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2012-13 Memphis Tiger Women’s Basketball Notes Contact: Tammy DeGroff • O: 901-678-5787 • F: 901-678-4134 • C: 901-734-1504 • tdegroff@memphis.edu 2012-13 SCHEDULE November Time/Result / 3 Rhodes Rhod es Col Colleg lege e (Exh (Exh.) .) W, 8888-30 30 9 Grambling State % W, 92-42 11 at Middle Tennessee % L, 82-68 18 at Illinois State % 5 p.m, 21 at UT Arlington 7 p.m. 25 Prairie View A&M 2 p.m. 30 at East Tennessee State 7 p.m. (ET) December 7 UALR 9 Ilinois 14 Alabama A&M 19 at St. Louis 22 at Seton Hall 29 Missouri 31 Tennessee Tech

Time/Result / 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. (ET) 2 p.m. 12 p.m.

January y 5 Wright State 10 at Houston * 13 Southern Miss * 17 East Carolina * 20 at Tulane * 24 at UAB * 27 UCF * 31 Rice *

Time/Result / 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

February y 3 at Marshall * 10 at UCF * 14 UAB * 17 SMU * 21 at Southern Miss * 24 UTEP * 28 at Tulsa *

Time/Result / 2 p.m. (ET) 2 p.m. (ET) 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m.

March Time/Result / 3 at East Carolina * 1 p.m. (ET) 7 Marshall * 7 p.m. 13-16 C-USA Championships # TBA # C-USA Championships (Tulsa, Okla.) % Preseason WNIT

Media Availability

* - C-USA opponent Home games in- bold

GAME 3: MEMPHIS (1-1) AT ILLINOIS STATE (1-1)

Sunday, Nov. 18 • Normal, Ill. Redbird Arena• 5 p.m. Radio: 91.7 FM TV: None Internet Video: http://www.goredbirds.com/allaccess/?media=352084 Live Stats: www.goredbirds.com/gametracker YouTube Interviews: Available on the SIDMemphis channel LiveTweet: @MemphisWBKB, #MEMWBKB

Memphis 2012-13 Stats 1-1 overall No. Name POS HT 5 Lauren McGraw G 5-10 * 10 Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir G 5-4 * 12 Ariel Hearn G 5-7 15 Pa’Sonna Hope C 6-0 21 Asia Fuqua-Bey C 6-3 23 Jaymie Jackson G 5-10 * 24 Mooriah Rowser G 5-9 32 Courtney Powell F 6-1 * 33 Ann Jones C 6-3 34 Devin Mack F 5-10 * 35 Nicole Dickson F 6-0 55 Krishunda Harvey C 6-1 * Probable Starter

CL So. RS-Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

GP-GS 2-0 2-2 2-2 2-0 2-0 2-0 2-2 1-0 2-2 1-0 2-2 1-0

FG% 44.4 46.2 46.2 42.9 85.7 33.3 61.5 .000 71.4 60.0 41.7 ---

3PT% .--1.000 50.0 ----.000 ------.000 33.3 ---

RPG 3.5 2.5 3.0 5.5 2.0 3.0 6.5 0.0 1.5 3.0 6.0 4.0

PPG 4.5 9.5 10.0 6.0 6.5 3.0 17.0 0.0 5.0 6.0 15.5 0.0

COMPARISON STATS (2012-13 STATS)

MEMPHIS 80.0 62.0 40.0 35.7 50.8 65.8 2.5 13.5 17.5 3.0

Points Per Game Points Allowed Per Game Rebounds Per Game Three Point Field Goal Percentage Field Goal Percentage Free Throw Percentage Three Point Field Goals Made Steals Per Game Assists Per Game Blocks Per Game

ILLINOIS ST. 63.0 59.5 36.5 27.3 36.4 66.7 3.0 12.5 9.5 4.0

Mon. - Nov. 12

Tues. - Nov. 13

Wed. - Nov. 14

Thurs. - Nov. 15

Fri. - Nov. 16

Sat. - Nov. 17

Sun. - Nov. 18

Practice 12:30 to 2:45

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Practice 12:30 to 2:45

Practice 3:00 to 6:00

Practice TBA Travel Day 1

Practice TBA Travel Day 2

Game Day at Illinois State 5 p.m.

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QUICK FACTS SCHOOL INFORMATION Location: ...............................Memphis, Tenn. Founded: ............................................... 1912 Enrollment: ......................................... 22,725 Nickname:............................................ Tigers Colors: .................................... Blue and Gray Arena: ......................Elma Roane Fieldhouse Capacity:............................................... 2,565 President: ......................... Dr. Shirley Raines Athletic Director: ......................... Tom Bowen SWA: ......................................... Lynn Parkes Conference: ........................ Conference USA Web Site: ......................www.gotigersgo.com

STAFF INFORMATION Head Coach:.......................Melissa McFerrin Alma Mater: ............................Missouri, 1983 Record at Memphis: ...............79-54/5th year Overall record: ....................129-124/8th year Associate Head Coach: .............. Keila Whittington Alma Mater: ...............................Dillard, 1989 Assistant Coach:...........................Erin Grant Alma Mater: ....................... Texas Tech, 2006 Assistant Coach:...................Michael Wholey Alma Mater: ............. Emerson College, 2004 Dir. of Basketball Opps: ..............Donease Smith Alma Mater: ..........Central Missouri St., 1998

Athletics Communications Director: ........................................Ron Mears WBKB Contact:..................... Tammy DeGroff Office Phone: ...........................901-678-5787 Cell Phone: ..............................901-734-1504 Email:........................tdegroff@memphis.edu

GAME DAY BROADCASTS Game-day station ............... WUMR, 91.7 FM Play-by-play .............................Jeff Brightwell

TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Record: .....................................25-8 ............Home (17-2) Away (7-5) Neutral (1-1) 2011-12 C-USA Record/Finish: .......13-3/2nd Starters Returning/Lost:............................ 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:................... 5/6 Newcomers:................................................. 8

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Tigers vs. Illinois State This is the eighth meeting between Memphis and Illinois State. Memphis leads the overall series, 6-1, but the two teams have not met since the 1979-80 season. Illinois State won that last meeting, 72-58 to snap a six-game winning streak in the Memphis series that had been a yearly meeting dating back to 1974-75. With the Loss at Middle Tennessee - Memphis Falls to 1-2 in the Preseason WNIT. The Tigers’ only other experience in the Preseason WNIT was in 1995, when they lost 89-81 to Drake. - Memphis falls to 0-1 in road openers. Memphis is now 2-3 in road openers under Melissa McFerrin in her fifth season. Memphis went 1-3 in true non-conference road games last year, losing at Illinois, Missouri and St. John’s and winning at eventual NCAA tournament team UALR. Memphis is 6-12 in true non-conference road games since McFerrin took over the Tigers’ schedule and added some new opponents to the schedule. Since McFerrin has taken over, Memphis has road wins at Tennessee Tech (2008-09), Missouri (2009-10), South Alabama (2009-10), Indiana (2010-11), Saint Louis (2010-11) and UALR (2011-12) since the 2008-09 season. Another Veteran Opponent Life does not get any better for Memphis with the announcement that the Tigers would be playing Illinois State in the Preseason WNIT Third Round Consolation. The Redbirds have the Missouri Valley Conference Player and Freshman of the Week on their roster coming into the non-conference matchup. Senior guard Jamie Russell started her season with a bang, scoring 20 points against Morehead State in the first round game, then dropping 30 points and tying her career high in the road loss at Iowa in the second round. Russell just missed a triple double in the Iowa game, finishing with 30 points, 12 rebounds and eight steals. Transfer Janae Smith was named the MVC Newcomer of the Week after averaging 12 points and 7.5 rebounds in the two games last week. The Redbirds sport a roster with five seniors and two juniors for third year head coach Stephanie Glance. Glance guided the Redbirds to the WNIT last season, marking the program’s sixth consecutive post-season bid. Glance sports a significant coaching resume, having spent time as an assistant with Pat Summitt at Tennessee (2009-10) after spending 15 years as the associate head coach at North Carolina State working with the late Kay Yow. Aging the Youngsters Memphis’ run in the Preseason WNIT this year is giving the five-member freshman class plenty of high-level competition to start the season. Against Middle Tennessee, a team that has gone to the NCAA tournament in six of the past seven seasons and which sported the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, the Tigers countered with a line-up that at times included three freshmen on the floor at once. Ariel Hearn and Mooriah Rowser have started both games to date for the Tigers in their freshman campaigns, while teammates Jaymie Jackson and Asianna Fuqua-Bey have come off the bench for significant minutes in both contests as well. Freshman Courtney Powell played against Grambling State, but with senior forward Nicole Dickson playing the full 40 minutes at the four against Middle Tennessee, Powell was the lone freshman to not hit the floor on Sunday. About the Freshman Starters When Ariel Hearn and Mooriah Rowser appeared in the starting line-up in the season opener against Grambling State, they were doing something that isn’t done often at Memphis. They became the first two freshmen to start the regular season opener since Malissa Bush and Kelly Herron appeared in the starting line-up in 1997-98. Memphis lost that game with Bush and Herron in the line-up, 68-65, at Southern Illinois, but that team went on to post a record of 22-8 overall and 13-3 in Conference USA play, winning the C-USA championship and appearing in the NCAA Tournament. Bush and Herron did have some more experienced teammates to help them out though. Former WNBA players Tamika Whitmore and LaTonya Johnson were Tigers teammates to the duo. 20-20 Vision Two Tigers scored 20 or more points in Friday night’s win. Freshman Mooriah Rowser led all players with 24 points, on 12-for-20 shooting. Senior forward Nicole Dickson also went for 20 points, shooting 6-for-11 from the field and 3-for-5 from three-point range. It’s appropriate that Rowser and Dickson both went over 20 in the same game. The last time a Memphis freshman scored 20 points in her first collegiate game, it was then-freshman Nicole Dickson scoring 20 points on Indiana in FedExForum. That’s Foul Melissa McFerrin already has her hands full with a roster with eight newcomers and two new assistant coaches, but that task got a little tougher on Sunday at Middle Tennessee. Mooriah Rowser and Nicole Dickson, two of the Tigers’ starters, had two fouls at the half and reserve guard Lauren McGraw had three fouls, leaving McFerrin with freshman guard Jaymie Jackson left on the bench from the guard corps. Dickson played through her foul trouble, but McGraw and fellow sophomore starter Ann Jones both fouled out of the game. After fouls were 14-8 against the Tigers in the first half at Middle Tennessee, McFerrin had to juggle the line-up to adjust for the loss of Rowser, who scored 24 points in her college opener. Rowser played just six minutes in the first half at Middle Tennessee, as did starter Ann Jones after Jones picked up a quick foul early in the game. Balancing the Bench The upside with so many young players is that all of them are scoring to start the season. The Tigers’ bench has out-scored its counterpart in each of the first two games, 46-24. And in Other Freshmen News Ariel Hearn was the other true freshman in the starting lineup on Friday night. She made the most of her opportunity to get some playing time, playing 30 minutes and dishing out 12 assists, adding seven points, three rebounds and two steals. That was the first time a Tiger has had double-digit assists

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since Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir had 10 assists in a win at Southern Miss last season.

RECORD BREAKDOWN

Season Openers With the win over Grambling State , the Tigers improved to 22-19 all-time in season openers. That was the first time Memphis has opened its regular season in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse since 2008-09, Coach McFerrin’s first year at Memphis. The Tigers won that first game 64-47, then for the next three seasons, opened their respective seasons in games played at FedExForum. The 50-point margin of victory was the third-largest margin of victory in a season opener for any Tigers squad and the biggest margin of victory in a season opener since 1976. It is the biggest margin of victory for a Memphis team since an 88-38 win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Dec. 13th, 2003. Margins of Victory in Season Opener 64 points 1976 58 points 1978 50 points 2012 46 points 1972 26 points 2003

Home Games Road Games Neutral Games Fieldhouse Games FedExForum Games

Overall Conf. 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

vs. ranked teams

0-0

0-0

FG% .450 or more FG% less than .450

1-0 0-1

0-0 0-0

Opp. shoots .450 or less Opp. shoots .450 or more

1-0 0-1

0-0 0-0

Better FG% than opp. Worse FG% than opp.

1-0 0-1

0-0 0-0

3FG% .400 or more 3FG% less than .400

1-0 0-1

0-0 0-0

More FTA than opp. Fewer/same FTA than opp.

0-0 1-1

0-0 0-0

Bench outscores opp. Opp. bench outscores Benches score equally

1-1 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Out-rebound opponent Out-rebounded by opp. Equal Rebounds

1-0 0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Most Conference USA Regular Season Wins Memphis won 13 Conference USA contests last season to finish second in the league standings. The 13 wins tied the 1998 squad for the most conference wins for any Tiger squad, including Memphis’ days in the Metro and Great Midwest Conferences.

More TO’s Fewer TO’s Same # of TO’s

0-1 1-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

Speaking of Conference Changes This season will be the last for the Tigers in Conference USA. Memphis was a charter member of Conference USA, but will begin play in the BIG EAST Conference next season (2013-14). In terms of women’s basketball teams, the BIG EAST had five teams ranked in the first women’s basketball poll of the season: No. 2 UConn, No. 7 Notre Dame, No. 9 Louisville, No. 14 St. John’s and No. 25 DePaul. Other BIG EAST teams receiving votes in the poll were Rutgers and Georgetown. Among Conference USA schools in the pre-season poll, UTEP received votes.

Score 50 points or less Score 50-59 points Score 60-69 points Score 70-79 points Score 80-89 points Score 90 points or more

0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Opponent Check-Up Grambling State (0-1): Dropped their opener, 92-42, in the Preseason WNIT First Round; plays at Liberty, Friday. Middle Tennessee (2-1): Lost at Iowa in Preseason WNIT Semifinals i overtime, 69-63. Illinois State (1-1): Lost at Iowa, 74-64; hosts Memphis Sunday. Texas-Arlington (0-2): Lost at Michigan State, 83-39; plays Oral Roberts, Friday, in their home opener. Prairie View A&M (0-2): Lost to Stephen F. Austin, 62-55; plays in Great Alaska Shootout, starting Nov. 20th against Utah State. East Tennessee State (0-1): Lost to High Point, 85-76; plays Chattanooga, Saturday. UALR (1-1): Fell to Missouri State, 78-68; plays at SMU, Monday. Illinois (1-1): Lost to Bradley, 83-77; hosts Cleveland State, Sunday. Alabama A&M (0-1): Lost to UAB, 72-53; plays at Auburn, Sunday. Saint Louis (0-2): Edged at UMKC, 56-53; plays at No. 11 Oklahoma, Sunday. Seton Hall (2-1): Suffered first loss of the year at Temple, 54-38; plays at Michigan, Monday. Missouri (3-0): Held on against Western Illinois, 70-61; travels to Cancun for the Cancun Challenge; plays Wichita State, Thursday. Tennessee Tech (1-1): Dropped a non-conference game to Akron, 78-67; hosts Rice, Saturday. Wright State (1-1): Picked up first win of the year, 75-71, over IUPUI; hosts Buffalo, Sunday. Houston (0-2): Fell just short of upending Alabama, 83-74; plays at Yale, Saturday.

Allow 49 points or less Allow 50-59 points Allow 60-69 points Allow 70-79 points Allow 80 points or more

1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Day Games Night Games

0-0 1-0

0-0 0-0

On Monday On Tuesday On Wednesday On Thursday On Friday On Saturday On Sunday

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Dickson Named Pre-Season All-C-USA Senior forward Nicole Dickson was voted to the Conference USA Preseason All-Conference team by the league coaches. The Greeneville, Tenn., native was a second team, all-conference honoree last year and has already started working her name into the Memphis record books. She currently ranks 20th in school history with 1,064 points through three seasons and eighth in Memphis history with 112 three-point field goals made. She needs 19 more triples to move to seventh in career threes, where former Tiger Kelly Herron (1995-2001) currently sits. In the exhibition game against Rhodes, Dickson played just 23 minutes and almost had a double-double, finishing with 15 points and nine rebounds. Tigers Picked Fifth in C-USA Preseason Poll Despite the loss of five seniors from last year’s roster, including C-USA Player of the Year Jasmine Lee, C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Ramses Lonlack and three-time All-C-USA honoree Brittany Carter, the C-USA coaching pool has still has lofty expectations of the 2012-13 Memphis roster with eight newcomers, picking the Tigers to finish fifth in the C-USA Preseason Coaches’ Poll. 2012-13 C-USA Coaches’ Poll 1. Tulane (5) 2. UTEP (5) 3. UAB (1) 4. Rice 5. Memphis (1) 6. Tulsa 7. Southern Miss 8. SMU 9. UCF 10. Houston 11. East Carolina 12. Marshall (# of first place votes in parentheses)

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Ahead at half Behind at half Tied at half Overtime games


HEAD COACH MELISSA MCFERRIN

MCFERRIN’S RECORD BY OPPONENT

Melissa McFerrin was named the University of Memphis women’s basketball coach on April 19th, 2008, becoming the fourth coach in the program’s modern history. McFerrin, the 2008 Patriot League Coach of the Year, spent the past four seasons 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 Melissa McFerrin players to all-conference honors, while two other players earned all-freshman 5th Season at Memphis honors. Prior to her stint with American, McFerrin was an associate head coach at At Memphis: 79-54 (.594) the University of Minnesota from 2002-2004. She helped Minnesota to a 50-15 Career: 129-124 (.510) 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 player Lindsey Whalen. McFerrin’s time at Minnesota came after a five-year 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, one of seven Buckeye recruiting classes to be nationallyranked under McFerrin’s watch at OSU. In 1996, McFerrin helped guide the Buckeyes to the NCAA Second Round before leaving the following season for the WNBA. A native of Cassville, Mo., McFerrin was a four-year 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.

MCFERRIN YEAR-BY-YEAR 2012-13 2011-12 2010-2011 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

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1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

Head Coach University of Memphis 1-1 Head Coach University of Memphis 25-8 Led team to third straight 20-win season for the first time in Memphis history since 1994-98 Head Coach University of Memphis 21-13 Head Coach University of Memphis 20-14 Led team to first 20-win season and first postseason bid since 2003-04 Head Coach University of Memphis 12-18 Guided team to first .500 or better non-conference schedule since 2004-05 and to four C-USA road wins. Head Coach American University 18-14 WNIT, school’s first post season since 1997-98 & first Patriot League regular season championship Head Coach American University 13-19 Patriot League championship game Head Coach American University 7-21 Head Coach American University 12-16 Associate Head Coach University of Minnesota 25-9 NCAA Final Four Associate Head Coach University of Minnesota 25-6 NCAA Sweet Sixteen General Manager WNBA, Washington Mystics 10-22 General Manager WNBA, Washington Mystics 14-18 Organization’s first WNBA playoffs Assistant Coach WNBA, Washington Mystics 12-20 Assistant Coach WNBA, New York Liberty 18-12 Assistant Coach WNBA, New York Liberty 17-11 WNBA Finalists Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 12-16 Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 21-13 NCAA Second Round Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 17-13 Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 14-14 Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 28-4 NCAA National Runner-Up, Big 10 Champions Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 15-13 No. 1 ranked recruiting class Assistant Coach The Ohio State University 11-17 Assistant Coach Central Michigan University 14-14 Assistant Coach Central Michigan University 12-17 Assistant Coach Central Michigan University 16-13 Assistant Coach Central Michigan University 17-11 Assistant Coach Central Michigan University 18-11 Assistant Coach Central Michigan University 19-10 Mid-American Champions Graduate Assistant Coach Wayland Baptist University 20-12 Head Coaching Record

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Alabama ............................................................................. 0-1 Albany................................................................................. 0-1 Appalachian State .............................................................. 0-1 Arkansas............................................................................. 0-1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ............................................................ 1-0 Army ................................................................................... 4-4 Austin Peay State ............................................................... 0-1 Belmont .............................................................................. 1-1 Brown ................................................................................. 1-1 Bucknell .............................................................................. 2-7 Chattanooga ....................................................................... 1-0 Chicago State ..................................................................... 1-0 Cleveland State .................................................................. 0-1 Colgate ............................................................................... 7-3 Delaware ............................................................................ 0-2 Drexel ................................................................................. 0-2 East Carolina..................................................................... 5-4 Eastern Washington ........................................................... 0-1 FIU ...................................................................................... 1-1 Fordham ............................................................................. 3-0 Furman ............................................................................... 1-1 George Mason .................................................................... 0-2 Georgetown ........................................................................ 0-3 Grambling State ................................................................ 2-0 Holy Cross .......................................................................... 3-7 Houston ............................................................................. 1-3 Howard ............................................................................... 0-1 Illinois ................................................................................ 0-1 Indiana ................................................................................ 1-1 Jackson State ..................................................................... 2-0 James Madison .................................................................. 0-1 Kansas................................................................................ 0-1 Kent State ........................................................................... 0-1 Lafayette ............................................................................. 6-2 Lehigh ................................................................................. 4-4 Liberty ................................................................................. 0-3 Louisiana Tech.................................................................... 2-1 Longwood ........................................................................... 1-1 Loyola-Marymount .............................................................. 1-1 Marshall ............................................................................. 5-4 Maryland-Baltimore County ................................................ 1-2 Maryland-Eastern Shore..................................................... 0-2 McNeese State ................................................................... 1-0 Middle Tennessee ............................................................. 0-1 Mississippi .......................................................................... 0-2 Mississippi State ................................................................. 0-1 Missouri ............................................................................. 1-2 Missouri State ..................................................................... 0-1 Monmouth........................................................................... 1-1 Morgan State ...................................................................... 0-1 Mount St. Mary’s................................................................. 1-0 Murray State ....................................................................... 0-1 Navy ................................................................................... 5-5 North Carolina A&T............................................................. 1-0 North Dakota State ............................................................. 2-0 Northern Arizona................................................................. 1-0 Northwestern State ............................................................. 1-0 Ohio University ................................................................... 1-1 Penn ................................................................................... 2-0 Prairie View A&M .............................................................. 0-0 Radford ............................................................................... 0-1 Rice .................................................................................... 4-1 Sacramento State ............................................................... 0-1 Saint Louis ........................................................................ 3-0 Seton Hall .......................................................................... 1-1 SMU.................................................................................... 3-2 South Alabama ................................................................... 1-1 Southeastern Louisiana ...................................................... 1-0 Southern Miss ................................................................... 7-3 St. Johns............................................................................. 0-1 St. Peters ............................................................................ 0-1 Stephen F. Austin................................................................ 1-0 Tennessee State ................................................................. 1-0 Tennessee Tech ................................................................ 1-0 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.................................................. 1-0 Texas-Arlington ................................................................ 1-1 Towson ............................................................................... 0-2 Tulane ................................................................................ 1-4 Tulsa .................................................................................. 4-0 UAB .................................................................................... 4-4 UALR.................................................................................. 2-0 UCF .................................................................................... 5-4 UMKC ................................................................................. 1-0 UNC Asheville..................................................................... 1-0 UNC Wilmington ................................................................. 0-1 UT Martin ............................................................................ 2-0 UTEP .................................................................................. 1-3 Villanova ............................................................................. 0-1 Virginia Commonwealth...................................................... 0-1 Wagner ............................................................................... 3-0 West Virginia ...................................................................... 0-2 Western Michigan ............................................................... 2-0 Wichita State ...................................................................... 2-0 William & Mary.................................................................... 1-0 Winthrop ............................................................................. 1-0 Wright State ...................................................................... 0-0

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CAREER STATS WATCH Three Point Field Goals Made 1. Alex Winchell (2007-2011) ...............................................214 2. LaTonya Johnson (1994-98) ............................................207 3. Devin Necaise (2004-07) .................................................180 4. Paris Leonard (2005-09)..................................................160 5. Kitty Allen (1993-97) ........................................................152 6. Tamika Butler (2002-2006) ..............................................137 7. Kelly Herron (1993-97) ....................................................131 8. Nicole Dickson (2009-present) .....................................115 9. Raven Rogers (2001-05) ...................................................72 10. Lauren Jackson (1998-2002)...........................................71 Three Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Alex Winchell (2007-2011) ...............................................638 2. Devin Necaise (2004-2007) .............................................550 3. LaTonya Johnson (1994-98) ............................................525 4. Paris Leonard (2005-2009)..............................................492 5. Kitty Allen (1993-97) ........................................................456 6. Kelly Herron (1993-97) ....................................................430 7. Tamika Butler (2002-2006) ..............................................427 8. Nicole Dickson (2009-present) .....................................352 9. Lauren Jackson (1998-2002)...........................................272 10. Raven Rogers (2001-2005) ...........................................258 Career Rebounds 1. Linda Street (1976-79, 80-81)...................................1,452 2. Regina Street (1981-85) ...........................................1,277 3. Kim Duppins (1978-82) ..............................................1163 4. Tamika Whitmore (1995-99) ........................................952 5. Keeta Matthews (1992-96) ..........................................926 6. Linda McKinnie (1977-79, 81-82) ................................834 7. Lynn Enzweiler (1974-76) ............................................746 8. Ashley Thornton (2006-09) ..........................................713 9. LaTonya Johnson (1994-98) ........................................686 10. Melissa Abraham (1998-2002).....................................685 11. Savannah Ellis (2007-11).............................................670 Diane Gary (1988-92) ..................................................670 13. Heather Newlon (1980-81) ..........................................646 14. Ramses Lonlack (2008-12)..........................................635 15. Raven Rogers (2001-05) .............................................624 16. Wanda Dillard (1984-88) ..............................................611 17. Jasmine Lee (2010-12) ................................................597 18. Nicole Dickson (2009-present) .................................573 19. Shannon Hamp (199-2003) .........................................567 20. Kitty Allen (1993-97) ....................................................559 To Watch: 1,000 Point Club 1. Betty Booker (1976-80) ................................................2,835 2. Tamika Whitmore (1995-99) .........................................2,488 3. LaTonya Johnson (1994-98) .........................................2,232 4. Linda Street (1976-79, 80-81) ......................................2,147 5. Keeta Matthews (1992-96) ...........................................2,133 6. Regina Street (1981-85) ...............................................2,044 7. Linda McKinnie (1977-80, 81-82) .................................2,000 8. Kim Duppins (1978-82).................................................1,835 9. Kitty Allen (1993-97) .....................................................1,823 10. Connie Hibler (1984-88) .............................................1,529 11. Wanda Dillard (1984-88) .............................................1,510 12. Vera Webb (1982-86) .................................................1,475 13. Brittany Carter (2009-12) ............................................1,437 14. Shannon Hamp (1999-2003) ......................................1,427 15. Paris Leonard (2005-2009).........................................1,369 16. Victoria Crawford (2002-2005) ...................................1,299 17. Lynn Enzweiler (1974-76) ...........................................1,185 18. Ramses Lonlack (2008-present) ................................1,166 19. Nicole Dickson (2009-present) ................................1,097 20. Devin Necaise (2003-07) ............................................1,071 21. Terri Galloway (1973-75) ............................................1,046 22. Princess Swilley (2000-2003) .....................................1,000

THE LAST TIME A TIGER PLAYER..... SCORING Scored 40+ Points: ................................................................................................ Brittany Carter, 49 vs. Sacramento State (11/27/09) Scored 35-40 Points: ....................................................................................................Victoria Crawford, 38, at W. Kentucky (3/21/04) Scored 30-34 Points: ....................................................................................................... Brittany Carter, 32, vs. East Carolina (2/6/11) Scored 25-29 Points: ...............................................................................................Nicole Dickson (29 pts) at Missouri State (3/17/12) Scored 30+ Points in Consecutive Games: .................................................................. Tamika Whitmore 36, 41 (1/10/99 & 1/15/99) Scored 30+ Points in Three Consecutive Games:..........................................................................................................................N/A Scored 20+ Points in Three Consecutive Games: ............................................. BriƩany Carter, 29, 22, 25 (3/9, 3/18 & 3/21/10) Scored 20+ Points in Four Consecutive Games: ............................... Shannon Hamp, 22, 23, 24, 25 (11/25, 11/29, 11/30, 12/4/02) Scored 20+ Points in 10 Consecutive Games: ................ Tamika Whitmore, 35, 20, 28, 25, 21, 35, 29, 25, 45, 22 (2/13/99-3/20/99) Two Players Scored 20+ Points: ................................... Mooriah Rowser (24), Nicole Dickson (20) vs. Grambling State (11/9/12) Three Players Scored 20+ Points: ...................................................................................................................................................N/A Five or More Players Scored in Double Figures:................................. Ramses Lonlack (21), Jasmine Lee (17), Brittany Carter (15) .................................................................................................. Nicole Dickson (15), Alex Winchell (11) at East Carolina (1/9/11) All Participating Players (min. 7) Scored: ....................................................................................................... 8 vs. Marshall (1/26/12) All Participating Players Scored in Two Consecutive Games: ... 8 at UCF (2/19/06), 7 vs. Houston (2/24/06), 7 vs. Rice (2/26/06) REBOUNDING Had 25 Rebounds: ............................................................................................................. Regina Street, 25, vs. Southern Miss (3/5/85) Had 20+ Rebounds ................................................................................................................... Melissa Abraham, 20, vs. USF (1/28/01) Had 15+ Rebounds: ........................................................................................................................19, Nicole Dickson vs. UAB (2/23/12) Had 10+ Rebounds: .............................................................................................................. Jasmine Lee (16 vs. Chattanooga, 3/15/12) Had 10+ Rebounds in Consecutive Games: .............................................. Jasmine Lee (12 vs. Tulane, 3/9/12); 16 vs. Chattanooga, 3/15/12) Had 10+ Rebounds in Three Consecutive Games: ..... Jasmine Lee (12 at SMU, 17 vs. Houston, 14 at Marshall, 10 at UCF, 13 vs. UAB, 14 vs. Tulsa) Had 10+ Rebounds in Four Consecutive Games:Jasmine Lee (12 at SMU, 17 vs. Houston, 14 at Marshall, 10 at UCF, 13 vs. UAB, 14 vs. Tulsa) Had 10+ Rebounds in Five Consecutive Games:Jasmine Lee (12 at SMU, 17 vs. Houston, 14 at Marshall, 10 at UCF, 13 vs. UAB, 14 vs. Tulsa) Two Players Had 10+ Rebounds: ............................................................Jasmine Lee (14) vs. Nicole Dickson (10) vs. Tulsa (2/26/12) Three Players Had 10+ Rebounds: ........................ Jasmine Lee (12), Nicole Dickson (10), Brittany Carter (10) at Missouri (12/22/11) All Participating Players (min. 8) Rebounded:..............................................................................................8 vs. Seton Hall (12/30/11) THREE-POINT SHOOTING Had Five Three-Point Goals Made: ..................................................................................... 5, Danay Collier at Southern Miss (1/19/12) Had 10+ Three-Point Attempts: ............................................................................................. Nicole Dickson vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) ASSISTS Had 10 Assists: ............................................................................................................... 12, Ariel Hearn vs. Grambling State (11/9/12) Had Consecutive Games With 5+ Assists: .................................................Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir (11/19/11, 11/22/11, 11/27/11, 12/1/11) Had Five Consecutive Games With 5+ Assists: ........ Alex Winchell (7 at SLU, 12/17/10; 7 vs. NCA&T 12/19/10, 6 vs. FIU 12/22/10) BLOCKS Had five blocks: ..............................................................................................................................Jessica Jackson (5) at UAB (1/6/08) Had Five Consecutive Games With a Blocked Shot: .....................................................................7, Savannah Ellis (11/22-12/20/09) DOUBLE-DOUBLES Had 10+ Double-Doubles in a Season: .........................................................................................................16, Jasmine Lee (2011-12) Recorded a Double-Double: .........................................................................Jasmine Lee (20 pts, 16 rebs., vs. Chattanooga, 3/15/12) Recorded back-to-back Double-Doubles: Jasmine Lee (13 pts, 12 rebs. vs. Tulane, 3/9/12; 20 pts, 16 reb. vs. Chattanooga, 3/15/12) .........................................................................Nicole Dickson (19 pts, 19 reb) & Jasmine Lee (20 pts, 13 reb) vs. UAB (2/23/12) ....................................................................Nicole Dickson (17 pts, 10 reb) and Jasmine Lee (20 pts, 14 reb) vs. Tulsa (2/26/12) Two Players Recorded a Double-Double: ..............Nicole Dickson (19 pts, 19 reb) & Jasmine Lee (20 pts, 13 reb) vs. UAB (2/23/12) ....................................................................Nicole Dickson (17 pts, 10 reb) and Jasmine Lee (20 pts, 14 reb) vs. Tulsa (2/26/12) Had Three or More Consecutive Double-Doubles: ................Nicole Dickson vs. Belmont (11/13/11), at Illinois (11/15/11), vs. UAPB .................................................................... (11/19/11), UT-Arlington (11/27/11), vs. Tenn State (12/1/11), vs. UT Martin (12/4/11) Had Four or More Consecutive Double-Doubles: ...................... Nicole Dickson (11/13, 11/15, 11/19, 11/22, 11/27, 12/1/11, 12/4/11) Recorded a Triple-Double: ........................................................................Kalara McFadyen, 10 rb./12 ast./10 st. vs. Charlotte (2/3/02)

THE LAST TIME THE U OF M..... SCORING Scored 100 Points (home): ........................................................................................................... 101-86 vs. Arkansas State (3/17/99) Scored 100 Points (road): .............................................................................................................................. 105-90 vs. UAB (3/10/95) Scored 100 Points in a C-USA Game: ............................................................................................................. 106-60 vs. USF (1/7/96) Allowed 100 Points (home):.......................................................................................................................88-109 vs. DePaul (2/22/96) Allowed 100 Points (road): .....................................................................................................................102-64 at Louisville (11/12/06) Allowed 100 Points in a C-USA Game: .............................................................................................................60-101 at UAB (2/2/06) OVERTIME Won an Overtime Game: ...................................................................................................................89-85 vs. Southern Miss (2/12/10) Lost an Overtime Game: ....................................................................................................................77-76 vs. East Carolina (2/27/10) Won a C-USA Overtime Game: .........................................................................................................89-85 vs. Southern Miss (2/12/10) Lost a C-USA Overtime Game: ..........................................................................................................77-76 vs. East Carolina (2/27/10)

MISCELLANEOUS Won 10 consecutive games: .................................................................................................................................................2010-2011 Won 5 consecutive games: .........................................................................................................................................2011-12, 3 times Opened the season with a win: ................................................................................................................................................2012-13 Opened the season with a loss: ............................................................................................................................................... 2010-11 Defeated a Ranked Opponent: ..................................................................................................Jan. 26, 2003, UM 64, #20 DePaul 58 Faced a Ranked Opponent: .................................................................................................................Dec. 18, 2006 vs. #25 Arkansas

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TOURNAMENTS Won a Tournament: .................................................................................................... 24th Annual Piggly Wiggly Classic (11/28-29/08) Won a Post-Season Tournament Game: ........................................................................... Memphis 60, Chattanooga 59, 2012 WNIT Won a Conference Tournament: .......................................................................................................................Conference USA, 1998 Won a C-USA Tournament Game: ..........................................................................................................Memphis 77, SMU 67 (3/8/12) Played in a non-C-USA Post-Season Tournament: ....................................................................................... WNIT, 2012, 2nd Round Played in the NCAA Tournament: ...............................................................................................................NCAA East Regional, 1998


PLAYER SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS #5 Lauren McGraw

#10 Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir

#11 Jamila Ajanaku

Lauderhill, Fla./Dillard HS

Springfield, Mass./New Leadership

Memphis, Tenn./Central HS/Middle Tennessee

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points...............................................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ............................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ...................7 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA ................................................................... 0 Free Throws Made ............. 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted .................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Offensive Rebounds.......................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds ......... 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Total Rebounds.................. 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Assists ................................ 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Blocks .................................................................................... 0 Steals ...............................................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played .............................17 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points................................ 16 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Made ............... 5 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Attempted .....11 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGM................ 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGA ................ 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Made ............. 5 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted .... 6 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds............................................................. 0 Defensive Rebounds ......... 3 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Total Rebounds.................. 3 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Assists .............................................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks:................................................................................... 0 Steals .................................. 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Minutes Played ................ 37 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points..................................................................................... 0 Field Goals Made .................................................................. 0 Field Goals Attempted ......................................................... 0 Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA ................................................................... 0 Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted ....................................................... 0 Offensive Rebounds............................................................. 0 Defensive Rebounds ............................................................ 0 Total Rebounds..................................................................... 0 Assists ................................................................................... 0 Blocks .................................................................................... 0 Steals ..................................................................................... 0 Minutes Played ..................................................................... 0

MCGRAW’S CAREER HIGHS Points........................................ 8 vs. UA-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Field Goals Made3, 2 times, last vs. UA-Pine Bluff (11/19/11) Field Goals Attempted ....................10 vs. Houston (2/12/12) Three-Point FGM.................... 1, 5 times, last at Rice (3/1/12) Three-Point FGA ...........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 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds ......... 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Total Rebounds4, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Assists .................................................. 5 vs. UAPB (11/19/11) Blocks ........................................1 vs. SE Louisiana (11/22/11) Steals .................................................... 4 vs. UAPB (11/19/11) Minutes Played ................................30 vs. Houston (2/12/12)

ABDUL-QAADIR’S CAREER HIGHS Points............16, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Made ..................6, 4 times, last vs. SMU (3/8/12) Field Goals Attempted ............................ 15 vs. UCF (2/4/12) Three-Point FGM......................... 2 vs. Chattanooga (3/15/12) Three-Point FGA .... 3, 3 times, last vs. Chattanooga (3/15/12) Free Throws Made ................ 7 vs. McNeese State (12/29/10) Free Throws Attempted .. 8, 3 times, last vs. Marshall (1/26/12) Offensive Rebounds: ...........................4 vs. UAPB (11/19/11) Defensive Rebounds ......................... 6 at Missouri (12/22/11) Total Rebounds............. 6, 2 times, last at Missouri (12/22/11) Assists ...................................... 10 at Southern Miss (1/19/12) Blocks .................................. 1, 5 times, last vs. UAB (1/23/12) Steals ....................................................6 vs. UAPB (11/19/11) Minutes Played .... 37, 4 times, last at Middle Tenn. (11/11/12)

AJANAKU’S CAREER HIGHS Points..................................................................................... 0 Field Goals Made .................................................................. 0 Field Goals Attempted ......................................................... 0 Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA ................................................................... 0 Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted ....................................................... 0 Offensive Rebounds............................................................. 0 Defensive Rebounds ............................................................ 0 Total Rebounds..................................................................... 0 Assists ................................................................................... 0 Blocks .................................................................................... 0 Steals ..................................................................................... 0 Minutes Played ..................................................................... 0

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#12 Ariel Hearn Memphis, Tenn./Arlington HS

#15 Pa’Sonna Hope

#21 Asianna Fuqua-Bey

Cleveland, Ohio/Regina HS/Ole Miss

Chicago, Ill./Marist HS

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points................................. 13 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Made ................ 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Attempted ..... 11 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGM................. 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGA ................. 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Made .............. 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted ......4, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds: ......... 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Defensive Rebounds .......................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds.................3, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Assists ............................................12 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ................................................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played ................. 35 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points..............................................10 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made .............................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ..................10 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .................................................................0 Free Throws Attempted ........................................................0 Offensive Rebounds: ......................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds .......................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds................................7 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ..............................................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .............1, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Steals ................................... 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Minutes Played ..............................17 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points................................................8 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made .............................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ....................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .............. 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted ........1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds: ......................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds .......... 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Total Rebounds2, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Assists ....................................................................................0 Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ......................................................................................0 Minutes Played ................. 18 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)

HEARN’S CAREER HIGHS Points................................. 13 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Made ................ 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Attempted ..... 11 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGM................. 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGA ................. 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Made .............. 4 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted ......4, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds: ......... 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Defensive Rebounds .......................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds.................3, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Assists ............................................12 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ................................................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played ................. 35 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)

HOPE’S CAREER HIGHS Points..............................................10 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made .............................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ..................10 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .................................................................0 Free Throws Attempted ........................................................0 Offensive Rebounds: ......................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds .......................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds................................7 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ..............................................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .............1, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Steals ................................... 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Minutes Played ..............................17 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

FUQUA-BEY’S CAREER HIGHS Points................................................8 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made .............................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ....................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .............. 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted ........1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds: ......................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds .......... 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Total Rebounds2, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Assists ....................................................................................0 Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ......................................................................................0 Minutes Played ................. 18 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)

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PLAYER SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS #23 Jaymie Jackson

#24 Mooriah Rowser

#32 Courtney Powell

Toledo, Ohio/Start HS

Rockville, Md./St. Johns College HS

Youngstown, Ohio/Ursuline HS

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points...............................................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ............................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ...................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA .............................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted .. 1, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds.......... 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Defensive Rebounds ......................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds...............................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ........... 1, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Blocks ..............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Steals ...............................................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played .............................16 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points..............................................24 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ...........................12 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ..................20 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .............. 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted ....2, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds........................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds ........4, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Total Rebounds................................8 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ..............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ................................................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played ..............................24 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points......................................................................................0 Field Goals Made ...................................................................0 Field Goals Attempted ....................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .................................................................0 Free Throws Attempted ........................................................0 Offensive Rebounds..............................................................0 Defensive Rebounds ..................................................................0 Total Rebounds......................................................................0 Assists ....................................................................................0 Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ......................................................................................0 Minutes Played ................................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

JACKSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points...............................................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ............................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ...................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA .............................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted .. 1, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds.......... 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Defensive Rebounds ......................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds...............................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ........... 1, 2 times, last at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Blocks ..............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Steals ...............................................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played .............................16 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

ROWSER’S CAREER HIGHS Points..............................................24 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ...........................12 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ..................20 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .............. 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Free Throws Attempted ....2, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Offensive Rebounds........................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds ........4, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Total Rebounds................................8 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ..............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ................................................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played ..............................24 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

POWELL’S CAREER HIGHS Points......................................................................................0 Field Goals Made ...................................................................0 Field Goals Attempted ....................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .................................................................0 Free Throws Attempted ........................................................0 Offensive Rebounds..............................................................0 Defensive Rebounds ..................................................................0 Total Rebounds......................................................................0 Assists ....................................................................................0 Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ......................................................................................0 Minutes Played ................................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

#33 Ann Jones

#34 Devin Mack

#35 Nicole Dickson

Jackson, Tenn./Liberty Tech Magnet HS

Rockford, Ill./Boylan Catholic/Kishwaukee JC

Greeneville, Tenn./Greeneville HS

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points...............................................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ............................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ...................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA .............................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted .................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Offensive Rebounds.......................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds ......................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds...............................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists .............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .................................................................................... 0 Steals ...............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played .............................17 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points..............................................20 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made .............................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ..... 13 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGM..............................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGA ..............................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Free Throws Made ...........................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Free Throws Attempted .................. 5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Offensive Rebounds.........1, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Defensive Rebounds .......................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds................................7 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ..............................................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks ...............................................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Steals .................................1, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Minutes Played ................. 40 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)

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 FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA ....................................1 at UALR (12/10/11) Free Throws Made ............................3 vs. Belmont (11/13/11) Free Throws Attempted4, 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, 2 times, last at SMU (2/9/12) Steals .......................................... 2 vs. Southern Miss (2/2/12) Minutes Played ...................20 vs. Tennessee State (12/1/11)

MACK’S CAREER HIGHS Points...............................................6 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Made ............................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Field Goals Attempted ...................5 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA .............................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted .................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Offensive Rebounds.......................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds ......................2 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds...............................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists .............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .................................................................................... 0 Steals ...............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Minutes Played .............................17 vs. Grambling (11/9/12)

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 FGM................ 4, 5 times, last vs. ECU (1/15/12) Three-Point FGA ...................... 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, 3 times, last vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Steals ...........................................8 at Missouri State (3/17/12) Minutes Played ...............40, 3 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12)

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2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points.................................. 6 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Made ............... 3 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Field Goals Attempted ...... 6 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Three-Point FGM................................................................... 0 Three-Point FGA ................................................................... 0 Free Throws Made ................................................................ 0 Free Throws Attempted ....................................................... 0 Offensive Rebounds........ 1, 2 times, last at MTSU (11/11/12) Defensive Rebounds ......... 1 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Total Rebounds.................. 2 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Assists .............................................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Blocks .................................................................................... 0 Steals ..................................................................................... 0 Minutes Played .................11 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)


PLAYER SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS #55 Krishunda Harvey Dallas, Texas/North Mesquite HS 2012-13 SEASON HIGHS Points......................................................................................0 Field Goals Made ...................................................................0 Field Goals Attempted ..........................................................0 Three-Point FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made .................................................................0 Free Throws Attempted ........................................................0 Offensive Rebounds........................3 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Defensive Rebounds .......................1 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Total Rebounds................................4 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) Assists ....................................................................................0 Blocks .....................................................................................0 Steals ......................................................................................0 Minutes Played ..............................12 vs. Grambling (11/9/12) HARVEY’S CAREER HIGHS 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 FGM....................................................................0 Three-Point FGA ....................................................................0 Free Throws Made ........ 2, 4 times, last vs. Houston (2/12/12) 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)

C-USA STANDINGS SMU East Carolina Tulane UTEP UAB Memphis Marshall Rice UCF Southern Miss Houston Tulsa

C-USA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Overall 3-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-2 0-1 0-2 0-3

Mississippi State 72, Houston 66 Tulane 66, Louisiana Tech 59 Rice 57, Prairie View A&M 42 Oral Roberts 64, Tulsa 53 Saturday, November 10 SMU 76, Alcorn State 46 UTEP 79, Loyola Marymount 51 Sunday, November 11 No. 13 St. John’s 72, UCF 54 East Carolina 84, St. Andrews 41 at Middle Tennessee 82, Memphis 68

THIS WEEK’S GAMES

Monday, November 12 at Indiana State 55, Marshall 49 UAB 72, at Alabama A&M 53 at SMU 66, Texas Southern 50 Tulane 70, at UL Monroe 60 UALR 73, at Tulsa 64

Friday, November 16 Tulane at Southern Southern Miss at South Alabama UCF at TCU Houston Baptist at UTEP

Tuesday, November 13 Alabama 83, at Houston 74

Saturday, November 17 College of Charleston at East Carolina Ball State at Marshall Houston at Yale Rice at Tennessee Tech Mississippi Valley at UAB

Wednesday, November 14 at UCF 53, North Florida 41 Thursday, November 15 at No. 24 Tennessee 101, Rice 48 Arkansas 64, at Tulsa 56 (OT) at SMU 67, North Texas 63 at Vanderbilt 69, UAB 54

Sunday, November 18 Converse at East Carolina Arizona State at UTEP Memphis at Illinois State Last Week’s Results Friday, November 9 Hampton 78, Southern Miss 41 Marshall 65, Radford 63 UAB 72, Austin Peay 54 East Carolina 68, at William & Mary 62 Georgia State 64, UCF 50 Memphis 92, Grambling State 42

TIGERS’ NOTES Southern Miss (0-1): Dropped opener, 78-41; plays at South Alabama, Friday. East Carolina (2-0): Won second game, 84-41, over St. Andrews; hosts College of Charleston, Saturday. Tulane (2-0): Picked up a 70-60 road win at UL Monroe; plays at Southern, Friday. UAB (1-1): Suffered first loss at Vanderbilt, 69-54; hosts Mississippi Valley State, Saturday. UCF (1-2): Downed North Florida for first win of season, 53-41; hosts TCU, Friday. Rice (1-1): Lost 101-48 at No. 24 Tennessee; plays at Tennessee Tech, Saturday. Marshall (1-1): Fell on the road at Indiana State, 55-49; hosts Ball State, Saturday. SMU (3-0): Improved to 3-0 with a 67-63 win over North Texas; hosts UALR, Monday. UTEP (1-0): Ran past Loyola in their opener, 79-51; hosts Houston Baptist, Friday. Tulsa (0-3): Lost in overtime to Arkansas, 64-56; plays at Illinois in the Bahamas at the Junkanoo Jam. Third Straight 20-Win Season Memphis has put together three or more consecutive 20-win seasons three times in the program’s 40-year history. The Tigers have put together four straight 20-or more win seasons just one time in the previous history (1994-1999). 2011-12: 25-8 2010-11: 20-13 2009-10: 20-14

1994-95: 22-8 1995-96: 20-11 1996-97: 22-7 1997-98: 22-8 1998-99: 22-10

1980-81: 20-11 1981-82: 26-5 1982-83: 20-12

1976-77: 27-9 1977-78: 29-9 1978-79: 26-7

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700 Wins Memphis became the 38th program in NCAA history to pick up its 700th program victory with the 61-54 win at UCF last season. Memphis is now 706-512 since the women’s basketball program returned as a varsity sport prior to the 1972-1973 season.

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INSIDE THE NUMBERS FOR STARTERS

POINTS IN THE PAINT

Starters by Game: (Wins in Bold) Grambling St ............. Abdul-Qaadir, Hearn, Rowser, Dickson, Jones Middle Tennessee............Abdul-Qaadir, Hearn, Rowser, Dickson, Jones

SECOND CHANCE POINTS Memphis MEM ........................... 13 MEM ........................... 12 Totals ......................... 25

Opp. Grambling State ................. 10 Middle Tennessee. ............... 9 ........................................... 19

Memphis MEM ........................... 66 MEM ........................... 28 Totals ......................... 94

Opp. Grambling State ................. 12 Belmont. ............................. 42 ........................................... 54

POINTS OFF TURNOVERS Margin +54 -14 +40

Memphis MEM ........................... 28 MEM ........................... 19 Totals ......................... 47

Margin +32 -6 +26

Memphis MEM ........................... 34 MEM ........................... 12 Totals ......................... 46

FAST BREAK POINTS Margin +3 +3 +6

Memphis MEM ........................... 32 MEM ............................. 4 Totals ......................... 36

Opp. Grambling State ................... 0 Middle Tennessee. ............. 10 ........................................... 10

Opp. Margin Grambling State ................... 1 +27 Middle Tennessee. ............. 18 +1 ........................................... 19 +28

BENCH POINTS Opp. Grambling State ................. 21 Middle Tennessee. ............... 3 ........................................... 24

Margin +13 +9 +22

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LEADS AND DEFICITS Memphis’ Biggest Halftime Lead ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................54 vs. Grambling State (50-14) (11/9/12) Memphis’ Biggest Halftime Lead Blown ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... n/a Memphis’ Biggest Halftime Deficit .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Memphis’ Biggest Halftime Deficit Erased........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ n/a Memphis’ Biggest Overall Lead ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................58 (82-24 w/8:44 to go in 2nd half vs. Grambling State (11/9/12) Memphis’ Biggest Margin of Victory .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 50 vs. Grambling State (11/9/12) Memphis’ Biggest Margin of Defeat................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Memphis’ Biggest Lead Blown (at any point in a game).................................................................................................................................2, Memphis 29, Middle Tennessee 27 (7:23 remaining in 1st half; MTSU tied it up at 6:51 in 1st) Memphis’ Biggest Overall Deficit (at any point in a game) .......................................................................................................................................................16 (Middle Tennessee 82, Memphis 66 with 10 seconds in 2nd half), (11/11/12) Memphis’ Biggest Overall Deficit Overcome (at any point in a game) ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)


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2012-13 BOX SCORES

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2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 1-1 0-0 1-1 Total

##

Player

gp-gs

24 ROWSER, Mooriah

HOME 1-0 0-0 1-0 3-Point

min avg fg-fga

ft-fta

ft%

off

def

tot avg

pf dq

to blk stl

pts

avg

.000 .333 .500

2-4 8-9 7-8 6-9 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0

.500 .889 .875 .667

5 2 2 0 1 8 2 2 1 1 3 0 1 28 16

8 10 4 5 3 3 1 5 5 2 1 0 5 52 47

13 12 6 5 4 11 3 7 6 3 4 0 6 80 63

6.5 6.0 3.0 2.5 2.0 5.5 1.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 4.0 0.0

3 2 3 5 5 5 9 6 3 4 2 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

1 6 14 5 0 4 1 1 2 1 0 0

1 2 8 8 2 1 4 4 2 3 2 1

34 31 20 19 13 12 10 9 6 6 0 0

17.0 15.5 10.0 9.5 6.5 6.0 5.0 4.5 3.0 6.0 0.0 0.0

40.0 31.5

51 33

2 -

35 22

38 47

6 27 160 5 17 124

80.0 62.0

32 POWELL, Courtney

23.5 16-26 32.0 10-24 32.5 6-13 26.5 6-13 15.5 6-7 14.0 6-14 9.5 5-7 15.0 4-9 14.0 3-9 17.0 3-5 12.0 0-0 6.0 0-1

.615 .417 .462 .462 .857 .429 .714 .444 .333 .600 .000 .000

0-0 3-9 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

Team Total.......... Opponents......

2 2

400

65-128 40-96

.508 .417

5-14 9-31

10 ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqi 21 FUQUA-BEY, Asianna 15 HOPE, Pa'Sonna 33 JONES, Ann 05 MCGRAW, Lauren 23 JACKSON, Jaymie 34 MACK, Devin 55 HARVEY, Krishunda

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

400

MEMPHIS 160 80.0 +18.0 65-128 .508 5-14 .357 2.5 25-38 .658 12.5 80 40.0 +8.5 35 17.5 38 19.0 +4.5 0.9 27 13.5 6 3.0 783 1-783 -

1st 2nd 86 74 59 65

Totals 160 124

OPP 124 62.0 40-96 .417 9-31 .290 4.5 35-54 .648 17.5 63 31.5 22 11.0 47 23.5 0.5 17 8.5 5 2.5 3273 1-3273 0-0

Rebounds

3fg%

47 64 65 53 31 28 19 30 28 17 12 6

12 HEARN, Ariel

F-Throw

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

fg% 3fg-fga

2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-0 2-0 2-2 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

35 DICKSON, Nicole

AWAY 0-1 0-0 0-1

1.000

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.357 25-38 .290 35-54 Date 11/09/12 11/11/12

1.000

.000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 .658 .648

Opponent GRAMBLING STATE at Middle Tennessee

* - Conference game

a

W L

0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

Score 92-42 68-82

5 2 3 6 0 1 0 3 6 1 0 0

Att. 783 3273


Date

11/09/12 11/11/12

Opponent

GRAM at MT

92-42 68-82

Score

L

W

10

12

15

21

23

24

32

33

34

35

55

6-3-0 3-4-1

3-2-3 16-3-2

7-3-12 13-3-2

10-7-3 2-4-1

8-2-0 5-2-0

4-5-1 2-1-1

24-8-1 10-5-0

0-0-0 DNP

4-1-1 6-2-0

6-3-1 DNP

20-7-4 11-5-2

0-4-0 DNP

MCGRAW,LA ABDUL-QAA HEARN,ARIE HOPE,PA'SO FUQUA-BEY, JACKSON,JA ROWSER,MO POWELL,CO JONES,ANN MACK,DEVIN DICKSON,NI HARVEY,KRI

05

2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis Points-Rebounds-Assists (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis Game-by-Game Highs (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games Opponent GRAMBLING STATE at Middle Tennessee

Date 11/09/12 11/11/12

Score Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked shots 92-42 24-ROWSER, Mooria 8-ROWSER, Mooriah 12-HEARN, Ariel 5-JACKSON, Jaymie 3-DICKSON, Nicole 68-82 16-ABDUL-QAADIR, 5-DICKSON, Nicole 2-DICKSON, Nicole 4-ABDUL-QAADIR, B 1-HOPE, Pa'Sonna ROWSER, Mooriah ABDUL-QAADIR, Bil HEARN, Ariel


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis Team High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games University of Memphis - TEAM GAME HIGHS POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

92 68 40 25 71 57 .563 .439 3 2 7 7 .429 .286 16 9 19 19 .842 .474 49 31 26 9 17 10 5 1 22 16 26 25

(40-71) (25-57)

(3-7) (2-7)

(16-19) (9-19)

GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12)


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games Opponent - GAME HIGHS POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

82 42 30 10 54 42 .556 .238 6 3 23 8 .375 .261 19 16 33 21 .762 .576 32 31 17 5 11 6 4 1 34 13 17 16

(30-54) (10-42)

(3-8) (6-23)

(16-21) (19-33)

at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games University of Memphis - GAME LOWS POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

68 92 25 40 57 71 .439 .563 2 3 7 7 .286 .429 9 16 19 19 .474 .842 31 49 9 26 10 17 1 5 16 22 25 26

(25-57) (40-71)

(2-7) (3-7)

(9-19) (16-19)

at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games Opponent - GAME LOWS POINTS FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

42 82 10 30 42 54 .238 .556 3 6 8 23 .261 .375 16 19 21 33 .576 .762 31 32 5 17 6 11 1 4 13 34 16 17

(10-42) (30-54)

(6-23) (3-8)

(19-33) (16-21)

GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12) at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) GRAMBLING STATE (11/09/12)


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis Player High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games University of Memphis - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points

Field Goals Made Field Goal Att. FG Pct (min 5 made) 3-Point FG Made

3-Point FG Att. 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) Free Throws Made Free Throw Att. FT Pct (min 3 made) Rebounds

Assists Steals

Blocked Shots

Turnovers

Fouls

24 20 16 13 11 12 6 20 13 .600 .545 3 1 1 5 4 .600 5 5 6 5 1.000 1.000 8 7 7 12 4 5 4 4 3 1 1 1 6 4 4 4 4 5 5

(12-20) (6-11)

(3-5)

(5-5) (4-4)

ROWSER, Mooriah vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) HEARN, Ariel at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) DICKSON, Nicole at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) ROWSER, Mooriah vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ROWSER, Mooriah vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) ROWSER, Mooriah vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HEARN, Ariel at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HEARN, Ariel at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) ROWSER, Mooriah vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HOPE, Pa'Sonna vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HEARN, Ariel vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) JACKSON, Jaymie vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) ROWSER, Mooriah vs Grambling State (11/09/12) DICKSON, Nicole vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HOPE, Pa'Sonna at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) JACKSON, Jaymie vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HOPE, Pa'Sonna vs Grambling State (11/09/12) HEARN, Ariel vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) JONES, Ann at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) MCGRAW, Lauren vs Grambling State (11/09/12) ABDUL-QAADIR, Bilqis vs Grambling State (11/09/12) MCGRAW, Lauren at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) JONES, Ann at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12)


2012-13 Memphis Women's Basketball University of Memphis Opponent High/Low Analysis (as of Nov 16, 2012) All games OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points

Field Goals Made Field Goal Att. FG Pct (min 5 made) 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Att. 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) Free Throws Made Free Throw Att.

FT Pct (min 3 made)

Rebounds Assists

Steals Blocked Shots

Turnovers Fouls

30 19 14 11 10 13 8 19 12 .800 .684 3 2 8 7 .429 .250 8 6 10 6 6 1.000 .800 .800 7 6 8 4 4 6 3 2 1 1 1 7 6 4 4 4

(8-10) (13-19)

(3-7) (2-8)

(6-6) (8-10) (4-5)

Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Rowe, Ebony at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Threatt, Dayla vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Rowe, Ebony at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Rowe, Ebony at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Threatt, Dayla vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Threatt, Dayla vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Winley, Precious vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Threatt, Dayla vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Rowe, Ebony at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Richard, Lucretia vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Jones, Kortni at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Ceazer, Cierra vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) McCowan, Bianca vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Elie, Icelyn at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Winley, Precious vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Ceazer, Cierra vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Winley, Precious vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Ceazer, Cierra vs Grambling State (11/09/12) Rowe, Ebony at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Cason, Shanice at Middle Tennessee (11/11/12) Watson, Alexis vs Grambling State (11/09/12)

Memphis Women's Basketball Game Notes vs Illinois State - Nov. 18, 2012  

University of Memphis women's basketball game notes for a road contest at Illinois State on November 18, 2012 as part of the preseason WNIT.

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