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A Championship Tradition 9 GLIAC Titles

2008-09, 2007-08, 2000-01, 1999-00, 1998-99, 1994-95, 1992-93, 1991-92, 1990-91

14 NCAA Tournament Appearances

2008-09, 2007-08, 2005-06, 2004-05, 2000-01, 1999-00, 1998-99 1997-98, 1996-97, 1994-95, 1993-94, 1992-93, 1992-91, 1990-91

2 NCAA Elite Eight Appearances 2008-09, 1992-93

Defending a Midwest Regional Championship M i c h i g a n

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Campus Life and the Keweenaw   There are many ways to stay active and get involved at Michigan Tech. On campus, the 600-acre recreational forest and Nordic Training Center are great for skiing, biking and jogging. Nearby, the University’s 18-hole golf course and lighted ski hill challenge students and community members.   With more than 180 student organizations, students can find a group to lead, problems to solve, and teams to join.   Michigan Tech traditions include K-Day, which is an afternoon to celebrate the Keweenaw Peninsula and enjoy McLain State Park on the shores of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. The Parade of Nations is a celebration (including food) of the nations of the world that have students, faculty and staff members at Michigan Tech.   The biggest event is Winter Carnival, when massive snow statues emerge on campus and in the towns. Skits, a queen competition, first-class entertainment, ice hockey and thousands of visitors make this a great experience. Broomball is the biggest winter game on campus, as students slide around on ice rinks hitting a volleyball toward the goal.   The entire area is great for outdoor enthusiasts, with easy access to rivers, lakes, woods and trails. Also, downtown Houghton and Hancock (combined population 14,000) offer coffee shops, theaters, stores, restaurants and more. Major retailers are just outside of Houghton, a short drive or bus ride from campus.   All in all, it’s a great combination: a world-class education in a beautiful location.

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The University   Michigan Tech enrolls more than 7,000 undergraduate and graduate students from across the nation and around the world. Our faculty explore the boundaries of knowledge while mentoring students to become citizens who will improve our world.   The campus, situated along the Keweenaw Waterway, is small enough to walk across in a few minutes, and most classrooms are located close to the residence halls. The campus is completely wireless and features state-of-the-art facilities that are constantly being upgraded.   Michigan Tech offers more than 130 degree programs in engineering; forest resources; computing; technology; business; economics; natural, physical and environmental sciences; arts; humanities; and social sciences. Michigan Tech has national top-10 enrollments in environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, and materials science and engineering programs and one of the nation’s largest programs in scientific and technical communication.   US News & World Report ranks Michigan Tech in the top tier of national universities, and our environmental engineering department ranks 13th. US News rated three of our graduate engineering programs in the top 50 nationally. Tech is also rated highly for academics, career preparation, and quality of life in the Princeton Review’s Best 371 Colleges 2010 Edition. Student comments in the Princeton Review also cited the University for its library, career services, and computer and athletic facilities.

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Academics

Academics   The quality of a Michigan Tech education is best illustrated by the accomplishments of our students. While taking second place in the 2009 Society of Automotive Engineers Supermileage competition, Tech students’ vehicle topped 1,000 mpg. Our Mini-Baja team won the three-part 2009 Baja SAE collegiate design competition. Michigan Tech hosts the Clean Snowmobile Challenge every winter, and this year narrowly finishing out of first place and winning the award for quietest sled. Computer science students finished sixth among US teams in the 2009 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. Business students won the 2008 and 2007 annual RISE national stock investment competition in the value category.   Students from many majors work together on real-world industry projects as part of the Enterprise Program—from video games to alternate fuels, from robotics to nanotechnology. In just one example, business and engineering students in the EcoCar enterprise will compete with 16 other universities in Arizona and California.   The capstone Senior Design Program allows engineering students to research solutions to problems and present their findings at the end of their academic career. It is, in many ways, their first step toward becoming professionals. Recently, students have also analyzed sleep apnea at Mayo Clinic and have invented a better calendar for the iPhone.   In graduate education, our College of Engineering graduates a higher percentage of women with PhDs in engineering than any other engineering school in the nation. We also possess the nation’s largest Master’s International Peace Corps program.   Approximately 155 companies sent recruiters to campus last fall, even in a tough job market. Each student averages seven job interviews before graduation, and overall job placement exceeds 95 percent.

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Academic Success Story   For the third straight year, the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team boasted one of the nation’s top-four team grade point averages. The Huskies ranked fourth in the country with a 3.635 GPA according to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) 2008-09 Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll. Tech was second nationally in 2007-08 and fourth in 2006-07.   St. Thomas Aquinas College ranked first at 3.694—less than six-hundredths of a point ahead of Michigan Tech.   Grade point averages were calculated by dividing the total number of quality points earned by each student-athlete on an institution’s roster in the given academic terms by the total number of hours earned by the team. The GPAs were rounded to the nearest thousandth of a point.   Tech was one of four GLIAC schools (Ashland, Findlay and Northwood are the others) on the Academic Top 25 Honor Roll. The only other NCAA Elite Eight team was West Texas A&M. The full WBCA Division II Academic Top 25 Honor Roll is below. 1 St. Thomas Aquinas College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.694 2 Saint Martin’s University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.668 3 Ashland University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.647 4 Michigan Technological University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.635 5 Abilene Christian University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.580 6 Seton Hill University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.567 7 West Liberty State College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.559 8 Rockhurst University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.545 t9 Winona State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.520 t9 University of Nebraska-Kearney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.520 11 College of Saint Rose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.499 12 Gannon University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.497 13 University of Findlay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.495 14 Wayne State College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.473 15 Montana State University-Billings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.472 16 Northwood University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.471 17 Truman State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.461 18 Southwest Minnesota State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.460 19 University of Minnesota-Duluth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.447 20 Regis University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.412 21 Adelphi University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.403 22 Colorado Christian University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.394 23 Fort Lewis College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.380 24 West Texas A&M University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.371 25 Mars Hill College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.366

Making the Grade Listed below are those players who have distinguished themselves in the classroom by earning a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 (4.00 scale) or better. Player Sarah Stream Angela Guisfredi Katie Wysocky Lucy Dernovsek Jessica Racine Danae Danen Maria Kasza Krista Kasuboski Katie Zimmerman Lisa Staehlin Lynn Giesler Tara Ferris Lindsey Lindstrom

Major Exercise Science Exercise Science Business Administration Business Administration Exercise Science Mathematics Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Mechanical Engineering Biomedical Engineering Biological Sciences Business Administration

GPA 4.00 3.91 3.88 3.87 3.83 3.82 3.70 3.58 3.57 3.52 3.41 3.39 3.38

Tech Nationally Recognized for Academic Achievement   The Division II Athletics Directors Association honored 67 Michigan Technological University student-athletes with 2008-09 DII ADA Academic Achievement Awards. The Huskies had the ninth-most award recipients of any Division II institution in the country.   The awards recognized student-athletes with a 3.5 grade point average who completed two years at their school. A total of 4,041 student-athletes from 116 institutions nationwide earned the awards compared to 2,155 individuals from 67 universities in 2007-08 in the award program’s inaugural year.   Tech was one of six Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference schools to have student-athletes honored. Findlay, with 71, was the only GLIAC member with more award recipients.   The DII ADA, administered by the National Association of College Directors of Athletics, provides educational and networking opportunities, enhancement of acceptable operating standards and ethics, and establishment of the overall prestige and understanding of the profession of Division II athletics directors.

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Notables

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University Alumni Notables Joe Berger—offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League after being drafted in 2005

Catherine Leslie—president and executive director of Engineers Without Borders

Daniel Branagan—nanotechnology pioneer, Forbes Magazine recognized him as one of the important innovators of our time, one of fifteen people who will reinvent the future

Charles Nelson—inventor of the paintball

Melvin Calvin—won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1961 David Edwards—professor at Harvard University, focuses on drug delivery, infectious disease treatment, and needle-less vaccines, including aerosol medication such as inhaled insulin Charlotte Field—senior VP of National Communications Engineering and Operations for Comcast Cable, won the 2005 Women in Technology Award Charles Gates Sr.—founded Gates Rubber Co. and turned it into the largest non-tire rubber manufacturer in the world David Hill—served as chief engineer for General Motor’s Corvette division, who is regarded as “the father” of the groundbreaking 2002 Z06 Corvette model David House—responsible for Pentium processor and the “Intel Inside” campaign Suzanne Jurva—a former executive for Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios and founder of Starcut Ltd. Her film credits include Amistad, Men in Black, Peacemaker (with world premier in Houghton), Deep Impact, Zorro, and Saving Private Ryan

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Eric Nielsen—CEO of Volvo Construction and Equipment of Korea Jan Olsson—national advertising strategy and media manager for Toyota John Opie—vice chairman for General Electric Co. Frank Pavlis—former vice president at Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (Fortune 500), who recently made a $2-million gift to Michigan Tech. He is the namesake of Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Institute for Global Technological Leadership. Dick Robbins—one of the most innovative developers of tunneling machinery in the world, including those that dug the English Chunnel John Soyring—vice president of software development for IBM Doug Smith—wildlife biologist and leader of the Wolf Reintroduction Program at Yellowstone National Park Lina T. Taskovich—who has made significant contributions to the development of drug “patches,” and has been featured in Newsweek and People magazines


President Glenn Mroz

Athletics Director Suzanne Sanregret

  Glenn D. Mroz became the ninth president of Michigan Technological University in 2004 after serving as Dean of the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science for four years. He served as a faculty member in the School since 1980. Mroz earned his BS and MS degrees in Forestry from Michigan Tech and earned his PhD degree in Forestry from North Carolina State University in 1983.   Mroz is a member of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan and the Michigan Universities Presidents Council. He has been appointed by Governor Granholm to serve on the Strategic Economic Investment and Commercialization Board. At the national level, he is one of 30 members of the Association of Governing Boards Council of Presidents and a member of the Science Coalition. He is also a member of the Society of American Foresters, Xi Sigma Pi Forestry Honor Society and Social Science Society of America.   Glenn and his wife Gail have two daughters. Gail holds the position of chief financial officer for the Michigan Tech Fund.

  Suzanne Sanregret has continued Michigan Tech’s tradition of athletic and academic excellence since becoming the school’s first female athletic director in May 2005. The 2009 Division II Central Region Athletic Director of the Year has seen eight teams and numerous individuals qualify for NCAA Championship events during her tenure. She has also had dozens of studentathletes gain national recognition for academic success.   Sanregret’s leadership has been instrumental in capital improvement projects to every one of Tech’s athletic venues. Michigan Tech was also honored with the inaugural GLIAC Sportsmanship Award in 2009.   A 16-year veteran of working within Michigan Tech athletics, Sanregret served as assistant athletic director for business and NCAA compliance prior to taking over as AD.   Sanregret is a member of the NCAA Division II Management Council, the chair of the NCAA Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee and a member of the NCAA Championships Committee. She is also involved in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, serving as chair of the Long Range Planning and Gender Equity Committees. She serves on several committees within the Western Collegiate Hockey Association as well.   A 1989 graduate of Houghton (Mich.) High School, Sanregret attended Michigan Tech and graduated in 1993 with a business administration degree. She finished her master’s degree in business administration at Tech in spring 2006.   Suzanne is married to John B. Sanregret, who is the principal at Hancock High School. They reside in Hancock, Mich., with their two sons, Matthew and Bradley.

Director of Athletic Development Steve Nordstrom

Major Gifts Officer Randy Heinonen

  Steve Nordstrom serves as director of athletic development for Michigan Tech Athletics. He began his duties on May 10, 2007.   Nordstrom spent the previous seven years in the Finlandia University Athletic Department, where he served in many different roles. Most recently, he was assistant athletic director and head women’s basketball coach. He also had duties involving fundraising, marketing and sports information during his tenure.   Nordstrom holds two degrees from Michigan Tech—an associate degree in civil engineering (1995) and a bachelor’s in business administration (1998).   A native of Atlantic Mine, Mich., Nordstrom and his wife, Myra, have six children: Julia, Alex, Marissa, Chad, Ian and Mia.

  Randy Heinonen is in his fourth year working in athletic development at Michigan Tech. He is beginning his second year as major gifts officer after working as the director of athletic development.   Prior to Tech, Heinonen spent the previous three years as the director of alumni and annual giving at Finlandia University.   The Hancock, Mich., native is a 1996 graduate of Northern Michigan University with a degree in speech communication.   Heinonen and his wife, Kristy, have three daughters, Delaney, Sophie and Ellie.

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Women’s Basketball At A Glance Location: Houghton, Michigan 49931-1295 Nickname: Huskies Enrollment: 7,132 Founded: 1885 Colors: Black, Gold, and Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic (GLIAC) Members: Ashland, Ferris State, Findlay, Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, Indianapolis, Michigan Tech, Northern Michigan, Northwood, Saginaw Valley State, Tiffin, Wayne State Arena (Capacity): Student Development Complex Gymnasium (3,200) Web Address: michigantechhuskies.com Administration/Support Staff President: Glenn D. Mroz (gdmroz@mtu.edu) Faculty Representative: Pat Joyce (pjoyce@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2677 Athletic Director: Suzanne Sanregret (srsanreg@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-3070 Associate AD: Kevin Luke (keluke@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2988 Assistant AD: Joel Isaacson (jdisaacs@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-1915 Trainers: Jennifer Nesseth (jrnesset@mtu.edu); Brian Brewster (bbrewste@mtu.edu) Training Room Phone: 906-487-1832/1831 Team Physician: Dr. Bruce Trusock Office Phone: 906-482-8060 Ticket Office: Kathy Dorvinen (kadorvin@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2073 Secretary: Alane Isaacson (afisaac@mtu.edu) Office Phone/Fax: 906-487-3070/487-3062 Women’s Basketball Coaching Staff Head Coach: John Barnes (jmbarnes@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2222 Assistant Coach: Kim Cameron (kacamero@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2992 Strength and Conditioning: Kyle Bangen (kbangen@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-3340 Athletic Communications Director (WBB Contact): Wes Frahm (wfrahm@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2350 Cell Phone: 906-281-1205 Associate Director: Ian Marks (imarks@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2351 Cell Phone: 906-281-1204 Athletic Development Director: Steve Nordstrom (spnordst@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-3071 Major Gifts Officer: Randy Heinonen (randyh@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-1604 Important Numbers Athletic Department Phone: 906-487-3070 Athletic Department Fax: 906-487-1810 SDC Gym Press Box Phone: 906-487-2386 Visiting Radio Co-Op Line: 906-482-0830

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Quick Facts Wes Frahm Director of Athletic Communications and Marketing   Wes Frahm is in his sixth year as the director of athletic communications and marketing at Michigan Tech since taking over for Michigan Tech Sports Hall of Famer Dave Fischer in 2004. Frahm started his tenure at Tech as the assistant director in 2001.   Frahm oversees all communications and media relations efforts for Tech’s 13 intercollegiate sports. He serves as the primary contact for football, men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s tennis. In addition, he is the radio play-by-play voice for the Huskies football and basketball teams for away games.   The Elkhart, Ind., native is a member of CoSIDA and has won numerous publication awards from the organization. Two of his media guides have been named best in the nation.   Prior to coming to Tech, Frahm spent the 2000-01 season as the sports information director for the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in Greenwood, Ind. The previous year, he served as the sports information director and men’s tennis coach at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.   Frahm earned a bachelor’s degree in sports information and sports administration from the University of Indianapolis in 1999.   Frahm, an avid fisherman, was born on Aug. 7, 1977. He and his wife, Elka, have three children, Isaiah, Levi, and Naomi. They reside in South Range.

Ian Marks Assistant Director of Athletic Communications and Marketing   Ian Marks enters his third season at Michigan Tech. He serves as the main contact for hockey, volleyball, cross country, Nordic skiing and track and field.   Prior to coming to Tech, Marks was the sports information director at UW-Superior where he hosted the 2007 NCAA Men’s Division III Ice Hockey Championships. He also completed internships at Pittsburg State University and the University of Montana in 2005 and 2006.   Marks played soccer at UW-Superior and earned a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from there in 2005.   Marks is single and resides in Houghton.


Center Court Club

  The Center Court Club is in its 10th year of providing support for the Michigan Tech women’s basketball program.   The CCC allows local community members to get involved with the team during the season. In return for their gift to the program, club members receive the following benefits:   • A CCC polo shirt   • Exclusive access to a preseason party and receptions during the season with the players and coaches   • Huskies Club membership   • Copies of Michigan Tech athletic publications.

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Coaching Staff

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John Barnes Head Coach   Under the leadership of seventh-year head coach John Barnes, the Michigan Tech women’s basketball program has continued its rich tradition of success. Barnes has guided all six of his teams to a winning record and postseason berth, and four times his Huskies have advanced to the NCAA Tournament.   The most succesful campaign for the Huskies under Barnes came a year ago. Tech gained the program’s ninth Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship to go with a NCAA Midwest Regional title and a 27-7 overall record.   Barnes has earned GLIAC Coach of the Year accolades twice in his career (200506 and 2008-09). He owns a 125-52 career overall record (.706 winning percentage) and a 84-28 mark in conference games (.750).   Prior to taking the controls of the women’s program, Barnes played an integral role in building the Huskies’ men’s program into one of national prominence. During his six-year tenure as assistant coach, the Tech men compiled a 133-48 record and made four appearances in the NCAA Tournament. The Huskies also won four Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles and two GLIAC Tournament championships.   The Escanaba, Mich., native was a member of Michigan Tech’s men’s basketball team from 1991-95. He competed in 102 games for the Huskies and earned a spot on the GLIAC All-Defensive Team during the 1994-95 season.   Barnes graduated from Michigan Tech in May 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in scientific and technical communication. He went on to serve as junior varsity girls basketball coach at Baraga (Mich.) High School during the fall of 1995. That same year, Barnes began as junior varsity boys basketball coach at Chassell (Mich.) High School but left early to accept the assistant men’s basketball coaching position at Lake Superior State, where he helped guide the Lakers to the GLIAC title during the 1995-96 campaign.   In 1996-97, Barnes played for the Kolding Basketball Club in Denmark, where he helped the team to an 18-1 record. He also served as the head coach for St. Nicolai, a men’s travel team in Denmark.   Barnes was born May 10, 1972. He resides in Houghton, and is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

All-Time Coaching Records Name Seasons G Cheryl DePuydt (1975-78) 3 53 Lea Korri (1978-80) 2 45 Diane Morea (1980-84) 4 94 Cindy Corlett (1984-87) 3 80 Kevin Borseth (1988-98) 11 322 Darla Olson (1998-03) 5 148 John Barnes (2003-present) 6 177 Program Totals 34 919

W L Pct 24 29 .453 18 27 .400 29 65 .309 20 60 .250 225 97 .699 111 37 .750 125 52 .706 552 367 .600

Barnes’ Year-by-Year Results Overall GLIAC GLIAC Year School W L Pct W L Pct Finish 2003-04 Michigan Tech 16 11 .593 11 7 .611 4th-North 2004-05 Michigan Tech 21 8 .724 15 3 .833 3rd-North 2005-06 Michigan Tech 19 9 .679 14 4 .778 2nd-North 2006-07 Michigan Tech 19 9 .679 12 6 .667 4th-North 2007-08 Michigan Tech 23 8 .742 13 5 .722 1st-North 2008-09 Michigan Tech 27 7 .794 19 3 .864 1st-North Totals 125 52 .706 84 28 .750

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The John Barnes File 2003-present • Head Women’s Coach, Michigan Tech • 125-52 record • 2 GLIAC North Division Championships (2007-08, 2008-09) • 1 GLIAC Tournament Championship (2007-08) • 4 NCAA Tournament berths • 1 NCAA Elite 8 berth • 2005-06 and 2008-09 GLIAC Coach of the Year 1997-2003 • Assistant Men’s Coach, Michigan Tech • 133-48 record • 4 GLIAC titles 1996-1997 • Player, Kolding, Denmark • 18-1 record 1996-1997 • Head Coach, St. Nicolai, Denmark 1995-1996 • Assistant Men’s Coach, Lake Superior State • 20-8 record • GLIAC champs 1995 • Junior Varsity Girls Coach, Baraga (Mich.) H.S. 1991-1995 • Player, Michigan Tech • 102 GP, 577 pts • GLIAC All-Defensive Team


Michigan Tech Coaching Records

Kim Cameron

SEASON Victories Overall: 30, Kevin Borseth, 1992-93 Consecutive: 16, Kevin Borseth, 1990-91 Home: 14, John Barnes, 2007-08; Darla Olson, 1998-99; Kevin Borseth, 1994-95, 1992-93 Road: 16, Kevin Borseth, 1992-93 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 19, John Barnes, 2008-09 NCAA II Tournament: 4, Kevin Borseth, 1992-93

Assistant Coach

Winning Percentage Overall: .909 (30-3), Kevin Borseth, 1992-93 Home: 1.000 (14-0), Darla Olson, 1998-99; (13-0), Kevin Borseth, 1993-94 Road: .889 (16-2), Kevin Borseth, 1992-93 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: .938 (151), Kevin Borseth, 1992-93 NCAA II Tournament: .800 (4-1), Kevin Borseth, 1992-93 CAREER Victories Overall: 225, Kevin Borseth, 1987-98 Home: 122, Kevin Borseth, 1987-98 Road: 103, Kevin Borseth, 1987-98 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 132, Kevin Borseth, 1987-98 GLIAC Championships: 4, Kevin Borseth, 1987-98 NCAA II Tournament Wins: 9, Kevin Borseth, 1987-98

  Kim Cameron is in her fifth year as assistant women’s basketball coach after being appointed to the position September 23, 2005.   Cameron assists in all aspects of the women’s basketball program. She serves as the recruiting and travel coordinator for the team. She also coordinates the Michigan Tech girls basketball summer camps.   Cameron was a four-year letterwinner in women’s basketball at Michigan Tech from 2001-05. She served as team captain during her senior campaign, and also earned the Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award in 2004-05.   A native of Alpena, Mich., Cameron gained her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Michigan Tech in 2005. She worked with Michigan Tech girls basketball camps and Little Huskies each of her four years, and helped organize Tech’s summer league.   Born July 13, 1983, Cameron resides in Houghton, Mich.

Winning Percentage Overall (Minimum three years): .750 (111-37), Darla Olson, 1998-03

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  Houghton is on the national map—at least in the collegiate women’s basketball community. The Michigan Tech Huskies have garnered a national preseason ranking of No. 1. It’s the highest in program history, and there’s plenty of good reason for it.   The Huskies return all five starters from last year’s squad that won 27 games and claimed the NCAA Midwest Region. The group is responsible for two Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships and 69 wins over the last three years.   All five returning starters are seniors, and all five were honored by the GLIAC last year in some fashion. The strong supporting cast includes three players who somehow broke through to lead the team in scoring for at least a game last year.   “We’re very excited about the team we have in place,” said seventh-year head coach John Barnes, who is coming off being named GLIAC Coach of the Year in 2008-09 for the second time in his career. “Their hard work has paid off with some successful seasons, but I think they’re still hungry for more.”

Junior Lucy Dernovsek

Forwards   Senior Katie Wysocky is the GLIAC’s Preseason Player of the Year. The 6-0 All-American led the team in both scoring (15.0 points per game) and rebounding (10.5 per game) last year, and is in range to become the school’s all-time leader in both categories by year’s end. Wysocky continues to be a big matchup problem for opponents with her ability to score in the paint and knock down 3-pointers.   Junior Lucy Dernovsek and sophomore Lindsey Lindstrom join Wysocky at the forward spot. Dernovsek knocked down more than half of her 3-point attempts and posted an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.5 a year ago. Lindstrom averaged 2.8 points and 1.5 rebounds a year ago playing just eight minutes per game. Both players could see more playing time with their added experience.

Centers   Michigan Tech will continue to look into the post for easy points and to open up outside shots. The trio of centers on the Huskies roster have all proven themselves capable.   Danae Danen finished second on the team in scoring a year ago with a 12.3 average and ranked third in the GLIAC in field goal percentage (53.4). The 6-0 Green Bay, Wis., native scored 18 or more points 10 times on the year and was also a force on defense with nearly two blocks per game. She will continue to be a focal point of the Huskies offense with her ever-increasing shooting range.   Lisa Staehlin was healthy for the full season in 2008-09 for the first time in her collegiate career, and it showed. The 6-2 post player finished fifth on the team in points at 5.7 per game and knocked down 54.6 percent of her field goals. She seemed to rise to the occasion in big games with the gamewinning layup at No. 4 Hillsdale and a career-high 19 points at No. 1 Northern Kentucky.   Lynn Giesler should also figure into the mix with her 6-1 frame and touch around the basket (57.7 percent a year ago).

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Outlook Guards   Tech’s stable of guards includes a starting trio who compliment each other very well.   Sarah Stream is the point guard and a three-time All-GLIAC performer. The 5-7 Stream enters her final year at Tech as one of the most experienced players in the country with 92 collegiate games under her belt since she was a rookie in 2004-05. The 1,000-point scorer dished out 159 assists in 200809 and finished second in the country in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.9-to-1.   Katie Zimmerman is the epitome of sharpshooter. The 5-6 guard enters her senior season already far and away Tech’s all-time leader in 3-point field goal makes (212), attempts (462), and percentage (45.9). Zimmerman led the nation in 3-point accuracy a year ago by making 48.1 percent.   Tara Ferris has started 53 straight games for the Huskies and was recognized as a GLIAC North Division All-Defensive Team selection a year ago. The 5-9 senior nearly always guards the opposing team’s best player, but still finds opportunities for offense. She averaged 5.2 points per game and had six games in double figures last year.   The reserve guards will be a key element for the Huskies. Angela Guisfredi will serve as backup point guard. The 5-5 junior dished out 33 assists in 32 games a year ago. Maria Kasza is a senior who will finally play her first season in a black and gold uniform in 2009-10 since transferring into the program in 2007-08. She adds energy and very good 3-point range to the Huskies’ roster.   Sophomore Krista Kasuboski and freshman Jessica Racine are both coming off injuries that forced them to take redshirt seasons a year ago. Kasuboski, who can play both guard positions at 5-9, saw 31 games of action as a freshman in 2007-08. Racine, a 5-8 point guard, scored 11 points in five games last year before injury.   Tech has six incoming freshman on the roster: center Heather Kessler, forwards Kate Glodowski and Taylor Stippel and guards Michelle Gaedke, Sam Hoyt and Kelcey Traynoff. They are all likely to redshirt for the 2009-10 campaign.

Summing It Up   Even with 14 trips to the NCAA Tournament and a winning percentage of 72.7 over the last 21 seasons, the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team has never had such high expectations. The Huskies will wear a target on their backs through a difficult, 27-game regular season schedule that includes an early-season trip to Missouri and 22 GLIAC games.   “We need to be ready to play every night because we know we’re going to get every team’s best shot,” said Barnes. “Our conference is very tough with a No. 13-ranked Grand Valley team and others who are much improved.   “We’re going to work as hard as possible to elevate our game and reach our goals.”   These goals include bringing a national championship back to Houghton.


Alphabetical Roster No 54 12 10 53 32 21 23 3 20 4 14 2 43 13

Name Danae Danen** Lucy Dernovsek* Tara Ferris** Michelle Gaedke Lynn Giesler Kate Glodowski Angela Guisfredi* Sam Hoyt Krista Kasuboski* Maria Kasza Heather Kessler Lindsey Lindstrom Jessica Racine Lisa Staehlin* Taylor Stippel Sarah Stream** Kelcey Traynoff Katie Wysocky** Katie Zimmerman**

Pos F F G G C F G G G G C F G C F G G F G

Ht 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-9 6-1 6-0 5-5 5-5 5-9 5-7 6-1 6-0 5-8 6-2 5-11 5-7 5-9 6-0 5-6

Yr Sr Jr Sr Fr So Fr Jr Fr So Sr Fr So Fr Jr Fr Sr Fr Sr Sr

Hometown Green Bay, Wis. Holcombe, Wis. Hartland, Wis. Dearborn, Mich. Green Bay, Wis. Amherst, Wis. Hubbell, Mich. Arkansaw, Wis. Wautoma, Wis. Rapid City, Mich. Antigo, Wis. Superior, Wis. Ishpeming, Mich. Tinley Park, Ill. Woodbury, Minn. Ishpeming, Mich. Beach Park, Ill. Whitefish Bay, Wis. Green Bay, Wis.

Birthdate 2/21/88 11/8/88 3/15/87 6/11/91 2/16/89 12/18/90 12/14/87 3/11/91 10/10/88 4/19/86 7/10/91 8/9/89 10/12/90 8/14/88 4/28/91 9/6/86 2/2/91 3/17/88 10/15/87

Major (Concentration) Mathematics (Actuarial Science) Mathematics (Actuarial Science) Biological Sciences (Pre-Dental) Biological Sciences Biomedical Engineering Exercise Science Exercise Science Mathematics Secondary Education Exercise Science Business Administration Health and Physical Education Business Administration Exercise Science Mechanical Engineering Liberal Arts Exercise Science/Biological Sciences Civil Engineering Business Administration Business Administration

Numerical Roster No 2 3 4 10 12 13 14 20 21 23 32 43 53 54

Name Sarah Stream** Maria Kasza Jessica Racine Tara Ferris** Lucy Dernovsek* Katie Zimmerman** Lisa Staehlin* Lindsey Lindstrom Sam Hoyt Krista Kasuboski* Angela Guisfredi* Katie Wysocky** Lynn Giesler Danae Danen** Michelle Gaedke Kate Glodowski Heather Kessler Taylor Stippel Kelcey Traynoff

Pos G G G G F G C F G G G F C F G F C F G

Ht 5-7 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-6 6-2 6-0 5-5 5-9 5-5 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-9

Yr Sr Sr Fr Sr Jr Sr Jr So Fr So Jr Sr So Sr Fr Fr Fr Fr Fr

Hometown/High School Ishpeming, Mich./Westwood Rapid City, Mich./Kalkaska Ishpeming, Mich./Westwood Hartland, Wis./Waukesha Catholic Holcombe, Wis./Holcombe Lake Green Bay, Wis./East Tinley Park, Ill./Andrew Superior, Wis. Arkansaw, Wis./Durand Wautoma, Wis. Hubbell, Mich./Lake Linden-Hubbell Whitefish Bay, Wis. Green Bay, Wis./Preble Green Bay, Wis./Ashwaubenon Dearborn, Mich./Edsel Ford Amherst, Wis. Antigo, Wis. Woodbury, Minn./Stillwater Beach Park, Ill./Regina Dominican

Pronunciation

Ruh-SEEN Der-NO-sek STAY-linn

Kush-uh-buh-ski Gus-FREE-dee Why-SOCK-ee GEESE-ler Deh-NAY DAY-nen GAD-key

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Player Profiles

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Sarah Stream Sr • G • 5-7 Ishpeming, Mich.

College: 2009-10: Selected to preseason All-GLIAC North Division Team … Enters final season with 1,109 career points (14th-most all-time) in 92 career games … 2008-09: Was a Daktronics All-Region Second Team pick … Selected to All-GLIAC North Division First Team after finishing second in the league and first on the team in assists with 159 … Earned ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team laurels … Ranked second in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.96) … Scored her 1,000th point as part of a career-high 24 against Hillsdale (2/21) … Totaled the second-most assists in a season in school history with 159 … Dished out a career-high 10 assists vs. Grand Valley State (1/29) … Named to NCAA Midwest Regional AllTournament team after recording 38 points, 15 assists and eight steals in three games … Garnered GLIAC All-Academic Team status … Started all 33 games … Earned preseason All-GLIAC North Division honors … 2007-08: Named preseason All-GLIAC North Division First Team … Played in exhibition game at DePaul (11/2) … Suffered season-ending knee injury in preseason practice … Received a medical redshirt … 2006-07: Named All-GLIAC North Division First Team… Started all 28 games at point guard … Led the team in scoring (14.1) and assists (87) … Scored a season-high 22 points twice—in a 63-57 GLIAC quarterfinal game at Grand Valley State (2/27) and in a 68-65 win at Saginaw Valley State (1/25) … Earned the team awards of most valuable player, scholastic achievement, and sportsmanship … Named to GLIAC All-Tournament Team and GLIAC All-Academic Team … 2005-06: Had 19 points, five assists and four rebounds in season opening game vs. Wisconsin-Parkside (11/18) … Sustained season-ending knee injury with five seconds left vs. Wisconsin-Parkside (11/18) … Received a medical redshirt … 2004-05: Was a Division II Bulletin National All-Freshman Team selection … Earned GLIAC Freshman of the Year honors … Named to All-GLIAC North Division Second Team … Earned the Terry Wilson Award as Tech’s top freshman female student-athlete … Started all 29 games … Finished second on team in scoring with 12.1 points per game … Finished the season with 72 assists, one shy of team lead … Shot 38.8 percent from three-point range, good for third in the GLIAC … Scored 24 points vs. St. Cloud State (11/20) in third collegiate game … Tallied double digits in points 18 times.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

24, twice, most recently vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/09 8, 10 times, most recently vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/09 21, twice, most recently vs Ferris State, 1/13/06 6 vs. St. Cloud State, 11/20/04 10 vs. St. Cloud State, 11/20/04 8, twice, most recently, at Gannon, 3/2/07 8, three times, most recently vs. Lake Superior State, 1/24/09 9 vs. Northland, 1/9/07 10, vs. Grand Valley State, 1/29/09 1, eight times, most recently vs. Minnesota State, 3/24/09 4 vs. Indianapolis, 3/16/09 40, three times, most recently vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/25/07

High School: Graduated from Westwood (Mich.) High School in 2004 … Played for coach Tom Hammar … Named Upper Peninsula Player of the Year and was a Michigan Miss Basketball candidate as a senior … Averaged 26.0 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.6 assists while helping the Patriots to Class C State Championship as a senior … Named to All UP Dream Team as a junior and senior … Also participated in volleyball … Member of student council, Key Club, National Honor Society and Spanish Club. Personal: Daughter of Bill and Julie Stream of Ishpeming, Mich. … Born September 6, 1986, in Ishpeming, Mich. … Enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to camp, beach volleyball … Has one sister and two brothers, all older … Owns a 4.00 grade point average in exercise science and biological sciences … Currently pursuing a master’s degree in integrative physiology.

Career Totals 3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09

12.1 19.0 14.1 10.2

29-29 1-1 28-28 34-34

139-326 7-15 140-323 128-295

.426 .467 .433 .434

40-103 1-4 33-75 28-69

.388 .250 .440 .406

32-40 4-4 81-99 62-73

.800 94 3.2 1.000 4 4.0 .818 111 4.0 .849 94 2.8

23 2 47 42

0 0 0 0

350 19 394 346

72 5 87 159

55 2 54 54

0 0 2 6

Career 92-92 414-959 .432 102-251 .406 179-216 .829 303 3.3 114 0 1109 12.1 323 165 8

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32 3 21 35

988 37 972 1043

34.1 37.0 34.7 30.7

91 3040 33.0


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Maria Kasza Sr • G • 5-7 Rapid City, Mich.

College: 2008-08: Did not play because of injury … Received a medical redshirt … 2007-08: Redshirted … Sat out due to conference transfer rules … 2004-07: Lettered three times at Northern Michigan … Played in every Wildcat game (80) during the three years with career totals of 774 points, 316 rebounds, and 133 assists … Made 157 three-pointers on 401 attempts (39.2 percent) … Owns a career high of 25 points. High School: A 2004 graduate of Kalkaska (Mich.) High School … Coached by Dave Dalton … Earned first team all-state honors as both a junior and senior … Finished second in Michigan history with 250 three-pointers made … Holds school records for points in a career (1,944), season (663), and game (46) … Also played softball with school records for season batting average and hits.

Career Highs* Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

25 vs. Finlandia, 12/7/04 8, three times, most recently at Michigan Tech, 1/2/06 16 at Lake Superior State, 2/19/05 6, twice, most recently vs. Gannon, 1/15/05 9 vs. Ferris State, 2/21/02 7, twice, most recently vs. Findlay, 12/3/05 8, twice, most recently vs. Findlay, 12/3/05 11, twice, most recently vs. Wayne State, 1/21/06 5, three times, most recently vs. Wayne State, 1/21/06 1, five times 6 vs. Finlandia, 12/7/04 N/A *all stats from Northern Michigan

Personal: Daughter of Dale and Gay Kasza of Rapid City, Mich. … Born April 19, 1986 … Enjoys attempting crosswords, visiting restaurants and golfing … Owns a 3.70 grade point average in business administration.

Career Totals*

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

10.6 11.6 6.9

28-8 25-25 27-8

99-236 .419 91-253 .360 60-170 .353

59-143 55-142 43-116

.413 .387 .371

40-52 53-64 24-27

.769 .828 .889

116 4.1 111 4.4 89 3.3

46 51 50

2 2 1

297 290 187

44 50 39

30 34 40

2 1 1

39 45 26

637 22.8 723 28.9 654 24.2

Career 80-41 250-659 .379 157-401 .391 117-143 .818 316 4.0 147 5 774 9.7 133 104 4 110 2014 25.2 *all stats from Northern Michigan

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Player Profiles

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Jessica Racine Fr • G • 5-8 Ishpeming, Mich.

College: 2008-09: Played five games before suffering a season-ending injury … Received a medical redshirt … Recorded a season-high seven points vs. Finlandia (12/10).

Career Highs

High School: Graduated in 2008 from Ishpeming (Mich.) Westwood High School … Coached by Tom Hammar … Was a two-time all-state selection for the Patriots … Scored 1,040 career points as a prep … Named Upper Peninsula Class A-B-C Player of the Year as a senior … Earned All-Mid-Peninsula Conference accolades each of her final three seasons … Averaged 16 points and eight rebounds per game in helping Westwood to a 24-1 record and a spot in the state quarterfinal game in 2007-08 … Was a member of three MPC championship teams … Also participated in track and field, volleyball and tennis as a prep … Member of National Honor Society, Key Club and Spanish Club.

Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

7 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 2 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 4 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 1 vs. Lewis, 11/16/08 3 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 4 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 3 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 1, twice, most recently vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 1 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 19 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08

Personal: Daughter of Brian and Amy Racine of Ishpeming, Mich. … Born in Ishpeming, Mich., on Oct. 12, 1990 … Has one older sister … Is the niece of Tech men’s basketball coach Kevin Luke … Enjoys reading and traveling … Owns a 3.83 grade point average in exercise science.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2008-09

Career

5-0

5-0

4-7

4-7

.571

.571

0-1

0-1

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.000

.000

3-4

3-4

.750

.750

5

5

1.0

1.0

3

3

0

0

11

11

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.2

2.2

2

2

5

5

0

0

1

1

36

36

7.2

7.2


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Tara Ferris Sr • G • 5-9 Hartland, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Named to GLIAC All-Defensive Team … Gained GLIAC All-Academic Team status … Started all 33 games for the Huskies … Ranked second on the team in assists with 77 … Shot a career-best 82.9 percent from the free throw line … Recorded a career-high five steals against Northern Michigan in the first round of the GLIAC Tournament (3/3) … Scored in double figures six times including a season-high 12 points at Northern Michigan (1/3) and vs. Ferris State (1/31) … Had a career night at the free throw line, shooting 9-11 vs. Ferris State (1/31) … 2007-08: Earned a spot on the GLIAC All-Academic Team … Named team’s most improved player … Started the final 20 games of the season … Tallied a game-, season- and career-high 20 points in the GLIAC Tournament Championship vs. Ashland (3/8) … Was selected to the GLIAC All-Tournament Team … Finished second on the team in both 3-pointers made (35) and 3-point percentage (39.8) … Served as one of the team’s top defenders … 200607: Played in 12 games as a reserve … Registered eight points, nine rebounds, and seven assists on the season … Had a season-high five points at Saginaw Valley State (1/25) … 2005-06: Redshirted … Earned team’s most improved player award.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

20 vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 7 vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 9, 3 times, most recently vs. Missouri S&T, 3/14/08 4, 3 times, most recently vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 7, twice, most recently at Lake Superior State, 2/2/08 9 vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 11 vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 6 at Wayne State, 12/04/08 6 at Findlay, 1/17/09 1, five times, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 3/3/09 5 vs. Northern Michigan, 3/3/09 34 vs. Missouri S&T, 3/14/08

High School: A 2005 graduate of Waukesha Catholic Memorial (Wis.) High School … Coached by Mark Lepkowski … Averaged 10.9 points and 3.3 assists per game as a senior … Helped her squad compile a 16-10 record and its first-ever appearance in the 2004-05 Wisconsin Division II state tournament … Collected All-Classic Eight second team accolades as a junior and senior … Also participated in volleyball for three years … Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Perry and Michelle Ferris of Hartland, Wis. … Born March 15, 1987, in Green Bay, Wis. … Has one younger brother … Enjoys working out, shopping, snowboarding, and spending time with friends … Owns a 3.39 grade point average in biological sciences with a concentration in pre-dental.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

12-0 30-20 34-34

3-10 .300 51-129 .395 41-122 .336

2-6 35-88 26-70

.333 .398 .371

0-1 25-34 68-82

.000 .735 .829

9 49 60

0.8 1.6 1.8

6 55 69

0 0 3

8 162 176

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 0.7 5.4 5.2

7 38 80

10 36 57

0 1 4

Career 76-54 95-261 .364 63-164 .384 93-117 .795 118 1.6 130 3 346 4.6 125 103 5

0 22 23

61 624 901

5.1 20.8 26.5

45 1586 20.9

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

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Lucy Dernovsek Jr • F • 5-11 Holcombe, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Played in all 33 games, starting three … Named to GLIAC All-Academic Team … Shot a team-high .550 (11-20) from behind the arc … Notched a season-high 14 points and a career-high-tying seven rebounds against Saginaw Valley State (1/22) … 2007-08: Played in all 31 games … Averaged 4.2 points and 2.8 rebounds per game … Registered three games with 10 or more points … Tallied a breakout game in the GLIAC Tournament Championship with 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting … Registered 26 assists and 26 steals … Posted the second-best shooting percentage on the team at 50.0.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

High School: Graduated from Lake Holcombe (Wis.) High School in 2007 … Coached by Joy Webster … Named All Northwest Player of the Year as a senior … Received all-state honors in her final campaign and All-Northwest honors in her last two seasons … Was awarded all-conference each of her four seasons … Led the Chieftans to a 19-6 record and the regional championship by averaging 21 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals in 2006-07 … Set school record for most career points and was the first junior to score 1,000 points … Also played volleyball and softball for four years earning all-conference laurels in both sports as a junior and senior.

18 vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 7 vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 10 vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 4 vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 5 vs. Ashland, 3/8/08 4, twice, most recently at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 5 at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 7, three times, most recently vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/22/09 4, twice, most recently vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 1, 12 times, most recently vs. Northwood, 3/13/09 4, twice, most recently vs. Northland, 1/2/08 26 vs. Findlandia, 12/30/07

Personal: Daughter of Albert and Linda Dernovsek of Conrath, Wis. … Born November 8, 1988, in Ladysmith, Wis. … Has two brothers and two sisters … Owns a 3.87 grade point average in business administration with a concentration in accounting.

Career Totals 3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2007-08 2008-09

Career

31-0 33-3

64-3

51-102 .500 23-53 .434

16-41 11-20

.390 .550

11-23 22-28

.478 .786

88 36

2.8 1.1

74-155 .477 27-61 .443 33-51 .647 124 1.9

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27 25

0 0

129 79

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 4.2 2.4

52 0 208 3.3

26 26

52

20 17

10 2

26 9

37 12 35

361 289

11.6 8.8

650 10.2


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Katie Zimmerman Sr • G • 5-6 Green Bay, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Was named to both the NCAA Midwest Regional and GLIAC All-Tournament Teams … Was an All-GLIAC North Division First Team selection … Led the nation in 3-point shooting percentage (.481) and was 19th in 3-point field goals made per game (2.9) … Paced the GLIAC in both 3-point field goals (99) and 3-point field goal percentage … Topped the team in free throw percentage (.896) … Reset the school records for 3-point field goals in a season (99) and career (212) … Broke the school record for 3-point percentage in a season with .481 … Scored a career-high 23 points vs. Grand Valley State (1/29) … Tied the school record for 3-pointers in a game with six at Tiffin (2/5) … Shot 8-of-10 from the free throw line in NCAA Tournament against Northern Kentucky (3/14) … Grabbed six rebounds to tie her career-high against Indianapolis in NCAA Midwest Regional (3/16) … Gained GLIAC All-Academic Team status … 2007-08: Finished 10th in NCAA II in 3-point field goal percentage (44.1) … Set a school record and led the GLIAC with 78 made 3-pointers … Named to GLIAC All-Academic Team … Scored a career-high 21 points vs. Grand Vallley State in the GLIAC Tournament quarterfinal (3/1) … Went 43-of-44 at the free throw line (97.7 percent) and made her last 39 consecutive foul shots … Finished third on the team in scoring (10.5 points per game) … Reached double figures in scoring 18 times and hit at last four 3-pointers in a game eight times … Scored a team-high 19 points in NCAA Tournament game vs. Missouri S&T (3/14) … 2006-07: Appeared in all 28 games, starting one … Posted the fourth-best three-point field goal percentage mark in school history at .443 … Scored 162 points including 105 on 35 three pointers … Led the team in scoring with 14 points vs. Northwood (12/7) … Notched her first career 20-point game at Northwood (1/27).

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

23 vs. Grand Valley State, 1/29/09 6, four times, most recently at Tiffin, 2/5/09 14 vs Gannon, 2/1/07 6, twice, most recently at Tiffin, 2/5/09 12 at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 8, three times, most recently at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 10, twice, most recently at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 6, twice, most recently vs. Indianapolis, 3/16/09 5 vs Wayne State, 12/20/08 1, five times, most recently vs. Tiffin, 1/10/09 3, twice, most recently at Grand Valley State, 2/14/09 36 at Ashland, 2/7/09

High School: Graduated in 2006 from Green Bay East (Wis.) High School … Coached by Bill Farrell … Named to the All-Fox River Valley Conference First Team each of her final three years … Led the FRVC in scoring three straight seasons … Earned all-state honorable mention … Averaged 15.6 points per game in final campaign … Also participated in softball for four years and cross country for one season … Member of National Honor Society and DECA. Personal: Daughter of Dave and Holly Zimmerman of Green Bay, Wis. … Born in Green Bay, Wis., on October 15, 1987 … Has one older brother and one younger sister … Enjoys summer, water sports, quoting movies, golfing and spending time with family and friends … Owns a 3.57 grade point average in business administration with a concentration in accounting and finance.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

5.8 10.5 11.0

28-1 31-2 34-30

51-117 .436 102-234 .436 116-256 .453

35-79 78-177 99-206

.443 .441 .481

25-29 43-44 43-48

.862 .977 .896

65 64 80

2.3 2.1 2.4

29 49 41

0 0 1

162 325 374

29 30 56

40 36 47

0 1 4

Career 93-33 269-607 .443 212-462 .459 111-121 .917 209 2.2 119 1 861 9.3 115 123 5

8 20 20

553 710 856

19.8 22.9 25.2

48 2119 22.8

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2009-10 Women’s Basketball

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Lisa Staehlin Jr • C • 6-2 Tinley Park, Ill.

College: 2008-09: Played in all 34 games … Named to the GLIAC All-Academic Team … Selected as the team’s most improved player … Shot a remarkable 54.6 percent from the floor … Ranked third on the team in blocks with 12 … Posted a career-high 19 points on 8-of-9 field goal shooting vs. No. 1 Northern Kentucky in the NCAA Midwest Region Semifinal (3/14) … Scored in double figures five times … Averaged 5.7 points in just 12.3 minutes of action per game … Swished 10-of-11 free throws in a 12-point performance vs. Wayne State (12/20) … 2007-08: Named to GLIAC All-Academic Team … Started the first two games of the season and played in 13 total contests … Missed more than two months of the season with injury … Turned in a breakout performance at Gannon (12/1) with 18 points and five rebounds … Scored in double figures three times in 13 games … Shot 58.3 percent from the field … 2006-07: Started the season opener vs. Wisconsin-Parkside and tallied four points and three rebounds … Played in just two total games before missing the remainder of the season with injury … Received a medical redshirt.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Ste: Blk: Min:

19 at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 8 at Northern Kentucky, 3/1/09 12 at Hillsdale, 1/15/09 1 at Northwood, 12/6/08 10 vs. Wayne State, 12/20/08 11, twice, most recently vs. Tiffin, 1/10/09 6, three times, most recently at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 2 at Gannon, 12/1/07 3 vs. Lake Superior State, 1/24/09 2, three times, most recently at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 31 at Gannon, 12/1/07

High School: Graduated from Victor J. Andrew (Ill.) High School in 2006 … Coached by Bob Matz … Averaged 18 points and nine rebounds as a senior and helped the Thunderbolts to a Southwest Suburban Conference Red Division Championship … Was a three-time all-conference and three-time team most valuable player … Earned all-state special mention honors as a senior … Also played volleyball for four seasons, garnering all-state second team laurels as a senior … Member of National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Bill and Lorrie Staehlin of Tinley Park, Ill. … Born August 14, 1988, in Harvey, Ill. … Has one older sister … Enjoys music and cars … Owns a 3.52 grade point average in mechanical engineering.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Career

2-1 13-2 34-0

49-3

0-2 .000 21-36 .583 71-130 .546

92-168 .548

0-0 0-0 0-1

0-1

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.000 .000 .000

4-4 9-18 52-74

1.000 .500 .703

3 16 84

1.5 1.2 2.5

.000 65-96 .677 103 2.1

2 23 41

0 1 0

4 51 194

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.0 3.9 5.7

66 1 249 5.1

1 5 6

12

1 11 24

0 2 12

0 3 8

36 14 11

14 127 419

7.0 9.8 12.3

560 11.4


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Lindsey Lindstrom So • F • 6-0 Superior, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Played in 31 games, averaging 2.8 points and 1.5 rebounds per game … Earned GLIAC All-Academic Team honors … Won the team’s outstanding newcomer award … Scored a career-high 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds vs. Lewis (11/16) …Sank a career-high four 3-pointers vs. Finlandia (12/10) … Had seven points, six rebounds and two assists at Saginaw Valley State (2/28) … Recorded at least one point in 17 contests … 2007-08: Redshirted.

Career Highs Pts: 14 vs. Lewis, 11/16/08 FGM: 6 vs. Lewis, 11/16/08 FGA: 8, twice, most recently vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/22/09 3Pt: 4 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 Att: 5 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 FTM: 5 at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 FTA: 5 at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 Reb: 8 vs. Lewis, 11/16/08 Ast: 2, twice, most recently at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 Blk: 1, twice, most recently vs. Findlay, 2/19/09 Ste: 2, twice, at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 Min: 26 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08

High School: A 2007 graduate of Superior (Wis.) High School … Coached by Dan Schulz … Earned All-Lake Superior Conference honors all four years including selection to the first team as a junior and senior … Averaged 22 points and 11 rebounds per game in 2006-07 in leading the Spartans to a league title … Named all-state honorable mention as a senior … Three-time all-area player of the year … Also participated in volleyball and track and field for four years each … Member of DECA and National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Mitch and Wendy Lindstrom of Superior, Wis. … Born in Duluth, Minn., on Aug. 9, 1989 … Has one brother and one sister, both younger … Owns a 3.38 grade point average in business administration with a concentration in marketing and management.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2008-09

Career

31-0

31-0

28-62

.452

13-31

.419

19-28

.679

48

1.5

28-62 .452 13-31 .419 19-28 .679 48 1.5

21

0

21 0

88

88

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.8

2.8

12

12

15

15

2

2

7

7

255

255

8.2

8.2

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

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Krista Kasuboski So • G • 5-9 Wautoma, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Redshirted … 2007-08: Played in 18 games … Recorded 26 points and 12 rebounds on the season … Scored 13 points during the Country Inn & Suites Classic with six points vs. Marygrove (12/29) and a season-high seven points vs Finlandia (12/30). High School: Graduated from Wautoma (Wis.) High School in 2007 … Coached by Ken Wahlstrom … Was a four-time All-East Central Flyaway Conference First Team selection and gained league player of the year honors as both a junior and senior … Scored 1,409 career points … Led Hornets to a conference title and 17-4 record as a senior … Also participated in volleyball and softball for four years … Member of student council and National Honor Society.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Ste: Blk: Min:

7 vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 2, three times, most recently vs. Northland, 1/2/08 8 vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 2 vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 6 vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 1, three times, most recently vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 2, three times, most recently vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07 3, three times, most recently vs. Northland, 1/2/08 2, twice, most recently vs. Saginaw Valley State, 02/14/08 2, twice, most recently vs. Northland, 1/2/08 24 vs. Finlandia, 12/30/07

Personal: Daughter of Jeffrey and Therese Kasuboski of Wautoma, Wis. … Born in Berlin, Wis., on Oct. 10, 1988 … Has two brothers, one older and one younger … Owns a 3.58 grade point average in exercise science and is working toward a minor in Spanish.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2007-08

Career

18-0

18-0

9-27

.333

9-27 .333

5-13

5-13

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.385

.385

3-6

3-6

.500

12

0.7

.500 12 0.7

6

6

0

0

26

26

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 1.4

1.4

8

8

9

9

0

0

4

4

93

93

5.2

5.2


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Angela Guisfredi Jr • G • 5-5 Hubbell, Mich.

College: 2008-09: Was a GLIAC All-Academic Team selection … Played in 32 games and scored 60 points … Dished out 33 assists with just 18 turnovers … Made one 3-pointer each in Tech’s NCAA Tournament games vs. Northern Kentucky (3/14) and Indianapolis (3/16) … Scored a season-high nine points vs. Finlandia (12/10) … Tied her career-high with two three-pointers against Tiffin (1/10) … Recorded a career-high two steals at Saginaw Valley State (2/28) … Knocked down 12-of-14 (85.7 percent) free throws … 2007-08: Named to GLIAC All-Academic Team … Played in 30 games and started two contests … Tallied 80 points and 38 assists on the season … Registered season highs of 10 points and five assists vs. Northland (1/2) … Shot 81.0 percent at the foul line (17-of-21) … Scored eight points in the GLIAC Tournament semifinal game vs. Wayne State (3/7) … 2006-07: Redshirted.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

10 vs. Northland, 1/2/08 4, twice, most recently vs Finlandia, 12/10/08 6, twice, most recently vs. Finlandia, 12/10/09 2, twice, most recently vs. Tiffin, 1/10/09 4, twice, most recently at Grand Valley State, 2/7/08 6 vs. Wayne State, 3/7/08 6 vs. Wayne State, 3/7/08 4 vs. Lewis, 11/16/08 5 vs. Northland, 1/2/08 1 at Grand Valley State, 2/7/08 2, twice, most recently vs. Minnesota State, 3/24/09 29 vs. Marygrove, 12/29/07

High School: A 2006 graduate of Lake Linden-Hubbell (Mich.) High School … Coached by Joel Asiala … Earned all-state honors and was the most valuable player of the Copper Country Conference as a senior … Was named All-Upper Peninsula each of her final three seasons … Scored 18.8 points per game as a senior and finished as LL-H’s all-time leading scorer … Also was an all-state track performer and all-conference volleyball player … Earned academic all-state honors in basketball and volleyball … Member of National Honor Society and student council. Personal: Daughter of Gary and Jackie Guisfredi of Hubbell, Mich. … Born December 14, 1987, in Hancock, Mich. … Has one older brother and an older sister … Enjoys playing softball and swimming … Owns a 3.91 grade point average in exercise science and biological sciences.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2007-08 2008-09

Career

30-2 32-0

62-2

25-81 19-51

.309 .373

13-45 10-32

.289 .313

17-21 12-14

.810 .857

17 21

0.6 0.7

44-132 .333 23-77 .299 29-35 .829 38 0.6

27 17

0 0

80 60

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.7 1.9

44 0 140 2.3

38 33

71

24 18

42

1 0

1

7 11

18

421 334

14.0 10.4

755 12.2

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

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Katie Wysocky Sr • F • 6-0 Whitefish Bay, Wis.

College: 2009-10: Named the preseason GLIAC Player of the Year and preseason All-GLIAC North Division … 2008-09: Garnered Daktronics All-America Third Team honors to become Tech’s first AllAmerican since Andrea Novak in 2004 … Named to the All-GLIAC North First Team … Was Most Outstanding Player at the NCAA Midwest Regional with 56 points and 42 rebounds in three games …Was an ESPN the Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team honoree … Started all 34 games, averaging 15.0 points (third most in the GLIAC) and 10.5 rebounds (second in GLIAC) … Broke her own school record for rebounds in a season with 356 … Sits at 847 career rebounds—19 short of the all-time record of 866 … Scored a career-high 27 points vs. Hillsdale (2/21) … Drained a career-high four 3-point field goals vs. Tiffin (1/10) … Made a career-high 11 free throws at Northern Kentucky in NCAA Tournament (3/14) … Blocked a career-high four shots vs. Grand Valley State (1/5) … Posted 19 double-doubles including nine in the final 11 games of the season … Turned in six 20-point games … Earned team MVP honors … Named to GLIAC All-Academic Team … Was one of six GLIAC Commissioner’s Award recipients for winter 2008-09 … Honored as GLIAC Player of the Week twice (12/22 and 2/2) … 2007-08: Named to All-GLIAC North Division First Team … Selected to GLIAC All-Tournament Team … Earned a spot on the GLIAC All-Academic Team … Picked to ESPN the Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District Third Team … Shattered the school record for rebounds in a season (255) with 301 … Became the third player in school history to score 500 points in a season … Ranked fifth in the GLIAC in scoring (16.1 points per game) and second in rebounding (9.7 per game) … Started all 31 games … Tallied 27 games with double figures in points and 11 20-point games … Registered 13 double-doubles … Named GLIAC Player of the Week three times (Dec. 3, Jan. 14 and Jan. 28) … Scored a seasonbest 26 points at Hillsdale (1/19) … Led the team in field goal percentage (53.5) and steals (49) … 2006-07: Earned Division II Bulletin National All-Freshman Team honors … Named GLIAC Freshman of the Year and to the All-GLIAC North Division Second Team … Played in 26 games, starting 24 … Finished second on the club in scoring (12.5 per game) and first in rebounding (7.3 per game) … Tallied the most rebounds in a season by a Tech player since 1993-94 with 190 … Garnered GLIAC Player of the Week honors twice (12/4 and 1/29) … Turned in five 20-point games on the season including four in the month of January … Posted a career-high 24 points to go with 16 rebounds at Wayne State (1/18) … Set a GLIAC Tournament record with 19 rebounds (also one short of the school record) in a semifinal game at Gannon (3/2) … Finished third in the GLIAC in field goal percentage at .541.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

27 vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/09 12 vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/09 19 vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/09 4, twice, most recently vs. Tiffin, 1/10/09 5, five times, most recently vs. Tiffin 1/10/09 11 at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 12, twice, most recently at Northern Kentucky, 3/14/09 19 at Gannon, 3/2/07 5, three times, most recently vs. Ferris State, 3/6/09 4 vs. Grand Valley State, 1/5/08 5 at Northwood, 1/27/07 43 vs. Ferris State, 1/26/08

High School: A 2006 graduate of Whitefish Bay (Wis.) High School … Coached by Todd Frohwirth … Was one of just five players in Wisconsin in 2005-06 to earn Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel All-State First Team honors … Named North Shore Conference Player of the Year as a senior and NSC Player of the Year Runner-Up as a junior … Led the Blue Dukes to a 22-4 record and the Wisconsin Division 2 championship game by averaging 21.6 points, 16.1 rebounds and 4.6 assists in 2005-06 … Also participated in soccer for four years and volleyball for two seasons … Member of National Honor Society and student council. Personal: Daughter of Ken Wysocky and Leigh Boswell of Whitefish Bay, Wis. … Born in Milwaukee, Wis., on March 17, 1988 … Has four brothers and two sisters … Enjoys eating and swimming … Owns a 3.88 grade point average in business administration with a concentration in finance.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

12.5 16.1 15.0

26-24 31-31 34-34

126-233 .541 190-355 .535 180-344 .523

8-22 28-74 30-80

.364 65-103 .631 .378 92-112 .821 .375 119-144 .826

190 7.3 301 9.7 356 10.5

56 73 56

1 0 1

325 500 509

48 51 69

71 88 86

16 21 14

33 49 52

765 29.4 1017 32.8 1088 32.0

Career 91-89 496-932 .532 66-176 .375 279-359 .769 847 9.3 185 2 1334 14.7 168 245 51 134 2870 31.5

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Lynn Giesler So • C • 6-1 Green Bay, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Named to GLIAC All-Academic Team … Played in 23 games … Shot .577 percent from the floor on 15-of-27 field goals … Scored a career-high 13 points in the GLIAC Tournament Semifinal vs. Ferris State (3/6) with a 4-of-4 mark from the field and a 5-of-5 effort from the free throw line … Tallied 12 points to go along with a career-high five rebounds vs. Finlandia (12/10) … 2007-08: Redshirted. High School: A 2007 graduate of Green Bay Preble (Wis.) High School … Coached by Barry Harris … Earned first team all-conference and second team all-area honors as a senior … Was second team all-conference as a junior … Served as team captain during senior season … Averaged 15 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game during her final campaign … Also participated in track and field for four years … Member of National Honor Society.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

13 vs. Ferris State, 3/6/09 4, twice, most recently vs. Ferris State, 3/6/09 7 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 --5 vs. Ferris State, 3/6/09 5 vs. Ferris State, 3/6/09 5 vs. Finlandia, 12/10/08 2 vs. Findlay, 2/19/09 2, twice, most recently vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/22/09 1, five times, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 3/3/09 17 vs. Findlay, 2/19/09

Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Sandy Giesler of Green Bay, Wis. … Born in Green Bay, Wis., on February 16, 1989 … Has one brother and two sisters … Owns a 3.41 grade point average in biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2008-09

Career

23-0

23-0

15-26

.577

15-26 .577

0-0

0-0

.000

18-22

.818

25

1.1

.000 18-22 .818 25 1.1

13

0

13 0

48

48

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.1

2.1

4

4

7

7

5

5

5

5

125

125

5.4

5.4

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

54

Danae Danen Sr • F • 6-0 Green Bay, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Selected to the All-GLIAC North Second Team and the GLIAC All-Tournament Team … Named to the GLIAC All-Academic Team … Finished second on the team in both points (12.3) and rebounds (4.3) … Broke the school record in blocked shots with 64 … Ranked third in the GLIAC in blocks (64), third in field goal percentage (.534) and eighth in points (417) … Reached double figures in points 22 times with at least 18 points in 10 contests … Scored a career-high 22 points against Wayne State (1/17) … Drained a career-high four 3-point baskets vs. Minnesota Duluth (12/29) … Tied her career-best with 11 rebounds against Northern Michigan (12/13) … Dished out a career-high four assists vs. Tiffin on (1/10) … Blocked five shots to tie her careerhigh against Grand Valley State (1/29) … Picked up a career-best three steals against Findlay (2/19) … Gained GLIAC Player of the Week honors twice (12/8 and 1/5) …Led the team with 18 points in the national quarterfinal game vs. Minnesota State Mankato (3/24) … 2007-08: Earned a spot on the GLIAC All-Academic Team … Played in all 31 games and started 28 contests … Finished second on the team in scoring at 11.1 points per game … Blocked a team-high 45 shots—just four shy of the then-school record of 49 … Ranked third in the GLIAC in blocks per game (1.45) … Produced 17 games with 10 or more points … Notched a career-high 22 points vs. Wayne State (1/17) … Registered 21 points, eight rebounds and a season-high five blocks vs. Grand Valley State (1/5) … 2006-07: Played in all 28 games … Started six games including four of the final six contests of the year … Tallied 141 points and 95 rebounds on the season … Led the team in field goal percentage (.545) and blocked shots (24) … Scored in double digits six times … Recorded a season-high 16 points to go with seven rebounds vs. Mercyhurst (2/3) … Turned in a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds vs. Finlandia (12/30).

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

22 vs. Wayne State, 1/17/08 9 at Grand Valley State, 1/29/09 16, twice, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 3/3/09 4 vs. Minnesota Duluth, 12/29/08 6, twice, most recently vs. Minnesota Duluth, 12/29/08 7 vs. Wayne State, 3/7/08 7, three times, most recently at Lake Superior State, 2/26/09 11, twice, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 12/13/08 4, twice, most recently vs. Tiffin, 1/10/09 5, three times, most recently vs. Grand Valley State, 1/29/09 3 vs. Findlay, 2/19/09 37 at Wayne State, 12/4/08

High School: Graduated from Ashwaubenon (Wis.) High School in 2006 … Coached by Kerry Janquart … Had a large role in Ashwaubenon’s Wisconsin Division I State Championship as a senior … Earned All-Bay Conference Second Team honors … Helped AHS to a combined 66-9 record in her final three years … Also participated in volleyball for two seasons … Member of National Honor Society and DECA. Personal: Daughter of John and Mary Jo Danen of Green Bay, Wis. … Born in Las Vegas, Nev., on Feb. 21, 1988 … Has one brother and one sister, both younger … Enjoys doing homework, eating, sleeping, tanning and watching Top Chef … Owns a 3.83 grade point average in mathematics with a concentration in actuarial science and is working toward a minor in business economics.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

5.0 11.1 12.3

28-6 31-28 34-34

54-99 .545 149-300 .497 174-326 .534

0-2 12-40 11-30

.000 .300 .367

33-42 33-40 58-73

.786 .825 .795

95 3.4 114 3.7 145 4.3

40 68 80

1 2 2

141 343 417

Career 93-68 377-725 .520 23-72 .319 124-155 .800 354 3.8 188 5 901 9.7

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14 28 33

22 44 52

24 45 64

10 22 21

432 803 844

15.4 25.9 24.8

75 118 133 53 2079 22.4


Michelle Gaedke Fr • G • 5-9 Dearborn, Mich.

Sam Hoyt Fr • G • 5-5 Arkansaw, Wis.

High School: Graduated from Edsel Ford (Mich.) High School in 2009 … Coached by Janet Smith … Holds the EFHS records for points in a career and points, assists and steals in a season … Helped the Thunderbirds to three district titles and their first regional championship …Averaged 16.1 points per game as a senior en route to being named All-Michigan Mega Conference, all-city and team most valuable player … Earned Detroit News All-State accolades following her sophomore campaign … Also participated in volleyball and track for four years and soccer for two seasons … Member of National Honor Society.

High School: Graduated in 2009 from Durand (Wis.) High School … Coached by Todd Poeschel … Named first team all-state and the Northwest Wisconsin Player of the Year as a senior … Averaged 18 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals in helping the Panthers to a 24-3 record and state runner-up finish … Selected as All-Middle Border Conference most valuable player twice and all-league all four years … Scored a school-record 41 points in a game as a junior … Also participated in softball and volleyball for three years each … Member of National Honor Society and pep club for three years each.

Personal: Daughter of Richard and Margaret Gaedke of Dearborn, Mich. … Born June 11, 1991, in Dearborn, Mich. … Has one brother and one sister … Older brother, Matt, is a Michigan Tech men’s basketball player … Enjoys watching movies and listening to music … Majoring in biological sciences.

Personal: Daughter of Gordy and Janell Hoyt of Arkansaw, Wis. … Born March 11, 1991, in Menomonie, Wis. … Has one younger sister and three brothers, two older … Enjoys softball, playing cards, riding horses and reading … Was a member of an AAU national championship team in 2005 and a Junior Olympic national championship in 2008 … Majoring in mathematics secondary education.

Kate Glodowski Fr • F • 6-0 Amherst, Wis.

Heather Kessler Fr • C • 6-1 Antigo, Wis.

High School: Graduated in 2009 from Amherst (Wis.) High School … Coached by Shelli Haferbecker … Was a twotime all-state honoree … Averaged 17.3 points, 8.3 rebounds and 5.1 steals per game in helping AHS to the Wisconsin Division 3 state title in 2008-09 … Picked as the Central Wisconsin Large Conference Player of the Year each of her final two seasons … Was ranked as one of the top 50 seniors in Wisconsin in 2008-09 … Also participated in volleyball and softball … Member of student council and National Honor Society.

High School: Graduated from Antigo (Wis.) High School in 2009 … Coached by Dennis Duchac … Named first team All-Great Northern Conference after averaging 14.9 points per game as a senior … Helped team to 14-2 record and sectional finals appearance as a sophomore … Was an all-conference pitcher in softball, where she was a four-year competitor … Played volleyball for two seasons … Member of Spanish Club, Key Club and Keystone Club for three years each … Volunteered for Big Brothers/Big Sisters as a senior.

Personal: Daughter of Michael and Karen Glodowski of Amherst, Wis. … Born Dec. 18, 1990, in Stevens Point, Wis. … Has one older sister … Enjoys cooking, being outside and watching movies … Majoring in exercise science.

Personal: Daughter of Ronald and Michele Kessler of Antigo, Wis. … Born July 10, 1991, in Antigo, Wis. … Has two sisters, one older and one younger … Enjoys snowmobiling, snowboarding, wakeboarding and jetskiing … Majoring health and physical education with a concentration in fitness and sports management.

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2009-10 Women’s Basketball

Taylor Stippel Fr • F • 5-11 Woodbury, Minn.

High School: Graduated in 2009 from Stillwater Area (Minn.) High School … Coached by Deb Van Klei …Averaged 10 points, eight rebounds and three blocks per game as a senior in helping SAHS to a 17-10 record … Named academic all-state as a senior … Set the school record for points in a game with 34 … Named all-conference in three different sports—basketball, volleyball and softball … Was all-state first team in softball and played in the state’s all-star game … Also involved in concert wind symphony and National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Roger and Lori Stippel of Woodbury, Minn. … Born April 28, 1991, in Mankato, Minn. … Has one younger sister … Enjoys spending time with friends and going to movies … Majoring in liberal arts.

Player Profiles

Kelcey Traynoff Fr • G • 5-9 Beach Park, Ill.

High School: Graduated in 2009 from Regina Dominican (Ill.) High School … Coached by Jim Russo … Averaged 16 points, four rebounds and four assists per game and shot 92 percent from the foul line as a senior … Helped team to a regional championship as a junior … Named All-Girls Catholic Athletic Conference each of her final two seasons …Participated in Ambassadors Club, Spanish Club and National Honors Society. Personal: Daughter of Lawrence and Stephanie Traynoff of Beach Park, Ill. … Born Feb. 2, 1991, in Lake Forest, Ill. … Has one younger sister … Enjoys spending time with friends and family and watching sports and movies … Majoring in civil engineering.

Michigan Tech freshmen (l-r): Sam Hoyt, Taylor Stippel, Kate Glodowski, Heather Kessler, Michelle Gaedke and Kelcey Traynoff.

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Huskies Pep Band

  The Michigan Tech Pep Band has drawn raves from writers and commendations from coaches. It has energized crowds, befuddled opponents, and is undoubtedly unequalled by any other ensemble of its kind in Division II basketball.   The Huskies Pep Band has become the “Sixth Man” on the court at Michigan Tech home games.   During Tech’s NCAA Tournament run last March, the Pep Band made the trip. The group traveled to both Highland Heights, Ky., and San Antonio, Texas, to play at all four Michigan Tech games in the tournament.   Members of the Huskies Pep Band are all students with other educational interests at Michigan Tech, as the University does not offer a music major. The brightly striped bib overall uniforms have become a trademark at Michigan Tech and reflect the school’s heritage as a mining institution. Because of the demand of the students’ schedules and the many appearances the group makes during the year (all football, basketball, and hockey events), there are actually two bands, named Silver and Gold, and each is made up of approximately 90 members.   The Huskies Pep Band is led by director Nick Enz.

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2009-10 Women’s Basketball

08-09 Review

2008-09 Season One for the Record Books   To be discussed as being one of the best teams in the 34 seasons of women’s basketball at Michigan Tech takes something special; the program has not had a losing season in 20 years. With the school’s second NCAA Regional Championship, ninth Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title, 14th NCAA Tournament appearance and the third-most wins in school history, the 2008-09 Huskies are certainly worth mentioning.   Michigan Tech opened the 2008-09 women’s basketball preseason as the No. 7-ranked team in NCAA Division II. It’s first outing—taking Division I UW-Milwaukee to overtime in a preseason game—did nothing to dispel those expectations.   The Black and Gold won eight of their first 10 games before opening the 2009 portion of their schedule with a 10-game winning streak. Key victories during the stretch included back-to-back thrillers. Senior Alicia Schneider threw a half-court pass to sophomore Lisa Staehlin for a game-winning layup in a 54-52 win at No. 4 Hillsdale on Jan. 15. Two days later at Findlay, Katie Zimmerman drained a pair of free throws with under 10 seconds left in a 7170 decision.   Tech rolled off 15 straight GLIAC wins before finally falling at Ashland 80-77 in overtime Feb. 7. The rematch with Hillsdale Feb. 21 was again a barnburner. The teams combined for an SDC Gymnasium record 189 points, and the Chargers prevailed 98-91 by playing a flawless game.   For the second straight year, Michigan Tech earned the right to host the GLIAC Tournament. The hosts advanced to the championship game against Hillsdale, where for the third straight time in the Tech-HC matchup the visitors came out on top.   Tech refocused its efforts at the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional Tournament hosted by Northern Kentucky, located in Highland Heights, Ky., and it paid off. Tech entered as the No. 4 seed and proceeded to mow down the field with double digit wins in all three rounds. The Huskies’ 76-53 semifinal round upset win of the host NKU Norse, who entered as the defending national champion and the nation’s top-ranked team, was arguably the program’s biggest win in more than a decade and among the top two or three all-time.

  Michigan Tech claimed the school’s second-ever NCAA Regional crown with a 69-52 triumph over Indianapolis in the title game. Three juniors—Katie Wysocky, Sarah Stream and Katie Zimmerman—were named to the alltournament team as the Huskies became the first team to cut down the nets at NKU’s brand new, 9,000-seat Bank of Kentucky Center.   San Antonio was the site of the NCAA Elite Eight, where Tech drew NCAA Central Region Champion Minnesota State Mankato in the quarterfinal matchup. The Huskies led the eventual national champions 31-30 at halftime, but had a cold-shooting second half in losing 61-53. The MSU Mavericks went on to defeat Alaska Anchorage by 23 and Franklin Pierce by nine to claim the NCAA title.

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  With the success on the court (27-7 overall record) and off (3.53 cumulative team grade point average), the postseason accolades piled up.   Wysocky garnered Daktronics All-America Third Team honors to become the Huskies’ first All-American since Andrea Novak in 2003-04. She also earned the following laurels: State Farm WBCA All-America Regional Finalist, All-GLIAC North Division First Team, ESPN the Magazine Academic AllDistrict Second Team, GLIAC Commissioner’s Award and team most valuable player. The 6-0 forward posted 509 points and a school-record 356 rebounds on the campaign. She scored her 1,000th career point vs. Tiffin on Jan. 10 and was just the second player in school history to average a double-double (15.0 points and 10.5 rebounds).   Stream and Zimmerman joined Wysocky on the All-GLIAC North Division First Team. Stream posted 10.2 points per game and finished with the nation’s second-best assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.94-to-1. Her 159 assists were the second-most in school history, and the 5-7 point guard tallied her 1,000th career point vs. Hillsdale Feb. 21. Stream earned ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Second Team honors and was named the team’s scholastic achievement award and Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award recipient.   Zimmerman led all of NCAA Division II in 3-point accuracy with a school-record 48.1 percent mark. The junior from Green Bay, Wis., also smashed the records for 3-pointers made in a career (212) and season (99) while averaging 11.0 points per game.   Junior Danae Danen was an All-GLIAC North Division Second Team pick. She started all 34 games and finished second on the team in scoring at 12.3 points per contest. The 6-0 center from Green Bay, Wis., reset Tech’s blocked shots record with 64 on the season. She also ranked third in the GLIAC in field goal percentage with a 53.4 mark.   Tara Ferris, the fifth starter in an all-junior starting five, gained GLIAC North Division All-Defensive Team accolades. The defensive specialist from Hartland, Wis., proved to be effective on both ends of the floor. She averaged 5.2 points and 2.4 assists per game while shooting 82.9 percent from the foul stripe.   Staehlin, a 6-2 sophomore center, garnered the team’s most improved player award after averaging 5.7 points and shooting 54.6 percent from the field. The Tinley Park, Ill., native posted five games with 12 points or more including a breakout, 19-point performance vs. NKU in the NCAA Regional Semifinal.   Head coach John Barnes led Tech to a 27-7 overall record and 19-3 league mark en route to being named GLIAC Coach of the Year for the second time in his tenure (2005-06 was the other). The sixth-year skipper surpassed the 100-win milestone for his career during the season’s opening weekend and concluded the campaign with a 125-52 tally. His Huskies were ranked in the nation’s top 25 all season long before finishing at No. 8 in the final poll.   Michigan Tech will need to replace just one senior from the 2008-09 squad, Alicia Schneider, who came off the bench to average 4.1 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists per contest. The 5-11 veteran forward led the Huskies to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2009, capping off a career that included 88 wins, three NCAA Tournament appearances and two GLIAC titles.


Exhibition Game • at UW-Milwaukee

Game 5 • at Northwood

Game 10 • Minnesota Duluth

November 6, 2008—at Milwaukee, Wis. (633) No. 7 Michigan Tech 23 31 7 — 61 UW-Milwaukee 19 35 16 — 70 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 36.4 22.7 66.7 42 20 27 UWM 38.3 20.0 71.4 45 16 18 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Stream 18 Wysocky 11 UWM McCain, Viehauser 13 Edwards 9 Notes: UWM tied the game with three seconds left after Tech led by as many as 11 in the second half. The hosts then scored the first nine points of overtime. Sarah Stream posted 18 points and eight rebounds to lead the Huskies attack.

December 6, 2008—at Midland, Mich. (763) No. 19 Michigan Tech (4-1, 2-0) 31 49 — 80 Northwood (4-1, 1-1) 35 33 — 68 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 52.7 33.3 80.0 31 12 18 Northwood 42.9 25.0 88.9 31 12 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Danen 17 Wysocky 8 Northwood Starnes 8 Starnes 8 Notes: Tech blistered the nets for 72.7 percent in the second half to outscore the hosts 49-33. Danae Danen was 8-of-9 from the field, and Sarah Stream and Katie Wysocky both tallied 15 points in a big early season win.

December 29, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (426) Minnesota Duluth (5-5) 27 36 — 63 No. 14 Michigan Tech (8-2) 33 25 — 58 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UMD 48.1 37.5 71.4 35 20 18 Tech 40.4 38.1 75.0 26 19 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UMD Hewitt 18 Booker, Van Winkle 7 Tech Danen 20 Wysocky 9 Notes: UMD used a 20-10 second half run to take control. The Huskies had two 3-point attempts to tie the game under 30 seconds but couldn’t convert. Danae Danen’s seasonhigh 20 points came with four 3-pointers.

Game 6 • Finlandia

Game 11 • at Northern Michigan

December 10, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (412) Finlandia (0-9) 15 15 — 30 No. 14 Michigan Tech (5-1) 45 46 — 91 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F FU 28.6 25.0 40.0 27 29 15 Tech 52.4 55.6 83.3 36 7 8 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds FU Tincknell, Dolkey 6 Katona 7 Tech Lindstrom 13 Wysocky, Giesler 5 Notes: All 12 available Tech players scored in the Huskies’ home opener. Freshman Lindsey Lindstrom tallied a game high 13 points while freshmen Lynn Giesler (12) and Jessica Racine (7) also recorded highs in points.

January 3, 2009—at Marquette, Mich. (802) No. 16 Michigan Tech (9-2, 6-0) 26 43 — 69 Northern Michigan (6-5, 1-5) 23 37 — 60 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 49.0 44.4 73.3 35 13 8 NMU 40.0 45.8 90.0 22 12 15 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Danen 16 Wysocky 14 NMU Three Tied 13 Erickson 5 Notes: NMU overcame a 17-point deficit with five minutes to play to cut the margin to six. Back-to-back 3-pointers by senior Alicia Schneider in the final 80 seconds put the game away for Tech.

Game 1 • GLIAC/GLVC Challenge November 15, 2008—at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. (179) UW-Parkside (0-1) 22 34 — 56 No. 7 Michigan Tech (1-0) 28 40 — 68 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UWP 38.0 28.6 85.7 28 12 26 Tech 35.4 45.0 86.2 36 11 17 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UWP Gibson 18 Mannella 9 Tech Zimmerman 17 Wysocky 13 Notes: Katie Zimmerman scored 14 second-half points and Tech made 25-of-29 free throws to open its season with a win. UWP scored the first nine points of the second half before the Zimmerman got hot.

Game 2 • GLIAC/GLVC Challenge November 16, 2008—at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. (85) Lewis (0-2) 14 16 — 30 No. 7 Michigan Tech (2-0) 28 41 — 69 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Lewis 17.6 20.0 61.5 26 15 11 Tech 45.2 42.1 83.3 51 12 13 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Lewis Turpel 6 Smith 5 Tech Danen 18 Lindstrom 8 Notes: Tech held Lewis to 9-of-51 field goal shooting en route to its largest margin of victory over a Division II team since Dec. 17, 2000. Lindsey Lindstrom posted 14 points and eight rebounds in just her second collegiate game.

Game 3 • at MSU Moorhead November 22, 2008—at Moorhead, Minn. (319) No. 7 Michigan Tech (2-1) 27 39 — 66 MSU Moorhead (3-0) 30 40 — 70 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 41.4 41.7 61.5 28 7 22 MSU 53.1 46.2 48.0 41 9 13 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Stream 22 Wysocky 6 MSU Rettke, Theisen 17 Rettke 16 Notes: The Huskies battled back from a 13-point deficit to 69-66 with the ball and 12 seconds to play but couldn’t get the equalizer. Sarah Stream scored 22 points and had five assists.

Game 4 • at Wayne State December 4, 2008—at Detroit, Mich. (236) No. 19 Michigan Tech (3-1, 1-0) 26 36 — 62 Wayne State (2-2, 1-0) 22 33 — 55 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 37.0 38.1 60.9 42 15 6 Wayne State 41.9 30.0 0.0 35 13 20 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Danen 18 Wysocky 13 Wayne State Bowers 15 West 7 Notes: Danae Danen and Katie Wysocky combined for 34 points and 21 rebounds in Tech’s GLIAC-opening win. The Huskies made 14-of-23 free throws compared to WSU’s 0-of-4 effort.

Game 7 • Northern Michigan December 13, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (1,286) Northern Michigan (4-3, 0-3) 15 28 — 43 No. 14 Michigan Tech (6-1, 3-0) 29 45 — 74 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F NMU 24.6 32.1 57.1 24 11 16 Tech 60.8 50.0 54.5 48 17 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds NMU Rietveld 13 Powers, Rushford 5 Tech Wysocky 19 Wysocky, Danen 11 Notes: Tech shot 60.8 percent and held the Wildcats to 24.6 percent in winning the ninth straight over their rivals. Katie Wysocky (19 pts, 11 reb) and Danae Danen (13 pts, 11 reb) both registered double-doubles for the Huskies.

Game 12 • Ashland January 8, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (525) Ashland (9-3, 5-2) 17 22 — 39 No. 16 Michigan Tech (10-2, 7-0) 33 42 — 75 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F AU 27.4 8.3 30.8 41 12 7 Tech 47.5 45.8 80.0 40 7 12 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds AU Warren 11 Morrison 9 Tech Zimmerman 18 Wysocky 12 Notes: Katie Zimmerman tied a school record with 6 threepointers, all of which came in the first half. The Huskies defense also held the Eagles to 1-12 from 3-point range on the evening.

Game 8 • Northwood

Game 13 • Tiffin

December 18, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (628) Northwood (5-2, 2-2) 37 23 — 60 No. 14 Michigan Tech (7-1, 4-0) 31 37 — 68 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F NU 37.5 40.0 66.7 39 14 22 Tech 39.3 32.0 69.6 37 10 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds NU Church 16 Starnes 11 Tech Wysocky 19 Wysocky 10 Notes: Tech gained the season sweep by holding Northwood to 23 second-half points. Katie Wysocky tallied a doubledouble with 19 points and 10 rebounds. The Huskies had 17 assists and just 10 turnovers.

January 10, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (606) Tiffin (4-9, 3-5) 28 31 — 59 No. 16 Michigan Tech (11-2, 8-0) 38 45 — 83 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F TU 44.4 41.7 66.7 26 14 22 Tech 52.9 55.6 67.9 34 11 10 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds TU Karel 16 Lucius, Karel 5 Tech Wysocky 21 Wysocky, Danen 6 Notes: Katie Wysocky became the 15th Michigan Tech women’s baketball player to score 1,000 points in her career. Her 21 in the game led the way for the Black and Gold to keep them perfect in GLIAC contests.

Game 9 • Wayne State

Game 14 • at Hillsdale

December 20, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (561) Wayne State (2-6, 1-4) 33 25 — 58 No. 14 Michigan Tech (8-1, 5-0) 33 40 — 73 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Wayne 39.0 38.1 66.7 23 10 20 Tech 55.0 37.5 88.5 33 17 10 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Wayne McCall 23 Miller 6 Tech Wysocky 18 Wysocky 11 Notes: Katie Wysocky recorded her third straight double-double and helped Tech shoot 55 percent from the field. WSU’s Jasmine McCall had 23 points but was the only Warrior with more than eight.

January 15, 2009—at Hillsdale, Mich. (496) No. 15 Michigan Tech (12-2, 9-0) 30 24 — 54 No. 4 Hillsdale (12-2, 7-2) 28 24 — 52 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 40.7 25.0 70.0 28 9 14 Hillsdale 32.1 38.5 73.3 45 14 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Staehlin 12 Wysocky 12 Hillsdale Cezat 17 Cezat 19 Notes: With 1.8 seconds left, Alicia Schneider threw a pinpoint pass from halfcourt to Lisa Staehlin under the Huskies hoop. Staehlin made the layup with .4 to go to lift Tech to the win between GLIAC Division leaders.

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Game 15 • at Findlay

Game 20 • at Tiffin

January 17, 2009—at Findlay, Ohio (997) No. 15 Michigan Tech (13-2, 10-0) 34 37 — 71 Findlay (8-7, 3-7) 28 42 — 70 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 46.3 30.0 83.3 27 6 10 UF 45.5 53.8 100.0 34 11 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Danen 20 Wysocky 10 UF Mihalic 32 Sellers 12 Notes: Findlay took the lead on a 3-pointer with 27 seconds left, but it was Tech’s Katie Zimmerman who had the gamewinning points. Zimmerman made two free throws with nine second left and the Tech defense held.

February 5, 2009—at Tiffin, Ohio (224) No. 8 Michigan Tech (18-2, 15-0) 40 32 — 72 Tiffin (5-15, 4-11) 20 43 — 63 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 55.8 76.9 87.5 31 18 8 TU 37.9 29.2 100.0 30 11 18 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Danen 20 Danen, Wysocky 7 TU Jaeb 17 Karel 10 Notes: The Huskies survived a furious Tiffin rally in the second half to stay undefeated in the GLIAC. Danae Danen led the way with 20 points, and Tech swished a season-high 77 percent of its 3-pointers.

Game 24 • Findlay February 19, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (904) Findlay (12-12, 7-12) 25 22 — 47 No. 16 Michigan Tech (20-4, 17-2) 35 49 — 84 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UF 30.5 17.4 46.7 38 16 14 Tech 45.9 57.1 94.1 41 6 11 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UF Bardall 19 Sellers 8 Tech Schneider 15 Wysocky 11 Notes: Senior Alicia Schneider drained a career-high five three-pointers to lead the team with 15 points. Tech held UF’s Audra Mihalic, who had 32 points in their previous meeting, to just two points in the 37-point win.

Game 16 • Saginaw Valley State

Game 21 • at Ashland

Game 25 • Hillsdale

January 22, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (612) Saginaw Valley State (2-14, 1-10) 18 25 — 43 No. 10 Michigan Tech (14-2, 11-0) 46 45 — 91 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F SVSU 31.5 0.0 56.3 26 19 14 Tech 58.6 59.1 76.9 40 16 16 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds SVSU Wesp 8 Three tied 4 Tech Dernovsek, Staehlin 14 Wysocky, Staehlin 7 Notes: The Huskies opened up the game on a 24-1 run and never looked back. The Black and Gold matched their season high point total, and all available players recorded points. The Huskies’ bench tallied 51 of the 91 points in the contest.

February 7, 2009—at Ashland, Ohio (511) No. 8 Michigan Tech (18-3, 15-1) 31 35 11 77 Ashland (13-8, 9-7) 34 32 14 80 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 41.9 23.8 90.9 49 18 22 AU 46.0 36.4 64.3 28 9 21 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Wysocky 24 Wysocky 14 AU Gaut 22 Warren 9 Notes: Tech’s 10-game winning streak and its 15-0 run in the GLIAC ended. Alicia Schneider drained a three-pointer with four seconds remaining in regulation to send the game into overtime, where AU scored the first six points.

February 21, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1,919) No. 5 Hillsdale (22-3, 17-3) 39 59 — 98 No. 16 Michigan Tech (20-5, 17-3) 45 46 — 91 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F HC 53.0 37.5 81.5 36 3 16 Tech 55.6 35.0 93.3 25 7 23 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds HC Cezat 30 Cezat 18 Tech Wysocky 27 Wysocky 11 Notes: Tech couldn’t slow down Hillsdale, who played nearperfect in the battle of GLIAC Division leaders. Katie Wysocky (27) and Sarah Stream (24) registered career point highs. Stream scored her 1,000th career point in the first half.

Game 17 • Lake Superior State

Game 22 • at Ferris State

Game 26 • at Lake Superior State

January 24, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (782) Lake Superior State (12-8, 5-7) 26 30 — 56 No. 10 Michigan Tech (15-2, 12-0) 31 43 — 74 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F LSSU 41.3 27.8 72.2 29 15 18 Tech 49.1 33.3 83.3 31 9 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds LSSU VanderWal 12 VanderWal 7 Tech Stream 20 Wysocky 12 Notes: Michigan Tech attained a new school record by opening up GLIAC play 12-0. Sarah Stream scored 12 straight points in the second half, and the hosts committed only nine turnovers to defeat the Lakers.

February 12, 2009—at Big Rapids, Mich. (314) No. 12 Michigan Tech (18-4, 15-2) 31 31 — 62 Ferris State (8-13, 6-11) 27 40 — 67 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 33.9 26.3 82.6 34 13 15 FSU 48.1 40.0 84.6 34 16 17 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Wysocky 20 Wysocky 8 FSU Thelen 22 Fleming 13 Notes: A 33.9 percent shooting night was the big contributor in the Huskies second consecutive loss. Ferris State’s Teghan Tehlen heated up throughout the game, and finished with 22 points. Katie Wysocky led the way for Tech with 20 points.

February 26, 2009—at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. (280) No. 16 Michigan Tech (21-5, 18-3) 26 41 — 67 Lake Superior State (15-14, 8-13) 30 31 — 61 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 54.8 47.1 72.2 27 12 13 LSSU 47.8 50.0 62.5 22 11 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Danen 20 Wysocky 11 LSSU Marshall 22 Marshall 5 Notes: Michigan Tech overcame an 11-point second half deficit with the help of 67 percent shooting in the final frame. Danae Danen set the school record for blocks in a season (49) with an important stuff late in the second half.

Game 18 • Grand Valley State

Game 23 • at Grand Valley State

Game 27 • at Saginaw Valley State

January 29, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1,011) No. 20 Grand Valley State (15-3, 11-2) 31 32 — 63 No. 10 Michigan Tech (16-2, 13-0) 33 41 — 74 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F GVSU 35.2 31.0 80.0 36 11 17 Tech 52.0 45.0 86.7 36 16 8 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds GVSU Veach 25 Wyngaard 9 Tech Zimmerman 23 Wysocky 14 Notes: Katie Zimmerman attained a new career high with 23 points which included an 8-8 mark from the free throw line. Sarah Stream dished out 10 assists, and Danae Danen recorded five blocks for additional career highs.

Game 19 • Ferris State January 31, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (985) Ferris State (6-12, 4-10) 26 44 — 70 No. 10 Michigan Tech (17-2, 14-0) 46 34 — 80 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F FSU 54.0 54.5 90.9 27 18 19 Tech 57.4 50.0 76.0 20 10 12 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds FSU Thelen 17 Guay 7 Tech Wysocky 18 Wysocky 7 Notes: Katie Wysocky was one of a quartet of Huskies with 12 or more points. Michigan Tech extended their winning streak to nine games, and kept their perfect record in the GLIAC alive.

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February 14, 2009—at Allendale, Mich. (1,147) No. 12 Michigan Tech (19-4, 16-2) 27 38 — 65 Grand Valley State (17-6, 13-5) 26 30 — 56 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 48.9 42.1 64.7 28 10 13 GVSU 39.6 44.0 70.0 31 17 16 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Wysocky 19 Wysocky 7 GVSU Crawford 17 Wyngaard 9 Notes: The Huskies utilized a 12-6 run over the final five minutes to return to their winning ways. Katie Wysocky led a three-pronged attack, while Katie Zimmerman tallied 16 points and Danae Danen added 13.

February 28, 2009—at Univ. Center, Mich. (712) No. 20 Michigan Tech (22-5, 19-3) 36 42 — 78 Saginaw Valley State (3-24, 2-20) 17 25 — 42 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 51.1 42.9 91.3 41 19 15 SVSU 25.4 5.3 52.9 35 18 17 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Wysocky 17 Wysocky 11 SVSU Everett 14 Burkhardt 6 Notes: Tech secured home court advantage in the GLIAC Tournament with a dominating win in the regular season finale. Eight different Huskies scored at least six points.


GLIAC Championship

Game 28 • GLIAC Quarterfinal March 3, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1,590) Northern Michigan (14-14) 22 33 — 55 No. 18 Michigan Tech (23-5) 21 41 — 62 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F NMU 31.7 35.5 60.0 38 15 16 Tech 43.8 44.4 85.7 34 16 11 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds NMU Cole 18 Powers 9 Tech Danen 18 Wysocky, Scineider 7 Notes: In classic Tech-Northern fashion, this one went down to the wire. Tech went 3-4 from the charity stripe in the final minute to gain the victory. Danae Danen led all scorers with 18 points as Tech won the right to host the GLIAC Final Four.

Game 29 • GLIAC Semifinal March 6, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1,606) Ferris State (13-15) 35 18 — 53 No. 18 Michigan Tech (24-5) 41 30 — 71 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F FSU 40.0 45.5 57.1 26 14 10 Tech 46.6 40.0 100.0 39 14 9 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds FSU Fleming 16 Guay 8 Tech Wysocky 17 Wysocky 17 Notes: Tech won its fifth straight GLIAC Tournament game with stellar second-half defense. Lynn Giesler came off the bench to score a career-high 13 points without missing a shot. Katie Wysocky had a season high with 17 rebounds.

Game 30 • GLIAC Championship March 7, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1,782) No. 6 Hillsdale (27-3) 42 39 — 81 No. 18 Michigan Tech (24-6) 28 41 — 69 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F HC 55.8 60.0 80.0 37 11 10 Tech 37.7 29.6 100.0 32 9 18 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds HC Cezat 35 Cezat 15 Tech Wysocky 15 Wysocky 10 Notes: Hillsdale opened up a 26-7 lead midway through the first half, and the hosts could never catch up. Tech had no answer for GLIAC Tournament MVP Katie Cezat, who had 35 points and 16 rebounds for the Chargers. Danae Danen and Tara Ferris earned all-tournament honors for the Huskies.

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NCAA Midwest Regional • Highland Heights, Ky.

Game 31 • NCAA Regional Quarterfinal

Game 32 • NCAA Regional Semfinal

March 13, 2009—at Highland Heights, Ky. (250) Northwood (21-8) 28 23 — 51 No. 22 Michigan Tech (25-6) 39 31 — 70 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F NU 30.5 10.0 68.4 39 15 18 Tech 41.5 38.9 90.5 38 13 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds NU Glowacki 19 Starnes 8 Tech Wysocky 20 Wysocky 17 Notes: Tech won its first NCAA Tournament game since 2000 by holding the Timberwolves to just 31 percent shooting. Katie Wysocky tallied her 17th double-double of the year and broke her own season school record for rebounds at 317.

March 14, 2009—at Highland Heights, Ky. (850) No. 22 Michigan Tech (26-6) 34 42 — 76 No. 1 Northern Kentucky (29-3) 27 26 — 53 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 44.2 33.3 88.9 38 17 12 NKU 34.4 10.5 70.0 31 13 21 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Zimmerman 20 Wysocky 9 NKU Brackman 16 Rayburn 7 Notes: Katie Zimmerman (20), Lisa Staehlin (19) and Katie Wysocky (17) combined to outscore NKU by themselves. Tech’s defense was stellar as was its free throw shooting (32-of-36) en route to the upset of the nation’s No. 1 team and defending national champion. The win was the Huskies’ first in the regional semifinal since 1999.

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Game 33 • NCAA Regional Championship March 16, 2009—at Highland Heights, Ky. (280) Indianapolis (24-10) 21 31 — 52 No. 22 Michigan Tech (27-6) 43 26 — 69 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UIndy 35.3 26.3 84.6 24 18 12 Tech 50.0 52.9 80.0 36 21 12 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UIndy Meissel 16 Keegan 5 Tech Stream 20 Wysocky 16 Notes: Michigan Tech clinched its second regional title in its 14th NCAA Tournament appearance. Tech led by as many as 25 points in the second half but had to withstand a Greyhound surge midway through the frame. Sarah Stream (20 points) and Katie Wysocky (19 points, 16 rebounds) led the way. Both players were named to the all-tournament team along with Katie Zimmerman (8 points, 6 rebounds). Wysocky was the most outstanding player of the regional.


NCAA Elite Eight • San Antonio, Texas

Game 34 • NCAA Quarterfinal March 24, 2009—at San Antonio, Texas (633) No. 4 Minnesota State (30-2) 30 31 — 61 No. 22 Michigan Tech (27-7) 31 22 — 53 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F MSU 47.1 36.4 42.9 36 17 13 Tech 42.0 37.5 55.6 30 21 17 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds MSU Noreen 20 Andrews 10 Tech Danen 18 Wysocky 14 Notes: The Huskies led 31-30 at halftime, but couldn’t generate enough offense in the second half. Tech missed all 10 of its 3-point attempts in the final 20 minutes and totaled 21 turnovers in the contest. Danae Danen posted a team-high 18 points, seven rebounds and three blocks. Katie Wysocky added a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds. Minnesota State wound up claiming the NCAA Division II crown three days later. The Huskies’ eight-point loss was the closest anyone came to the Mavericks during their six-game tournament run.

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2008-09 Results 27-7 Overall, 19-3 GLIAC Date Nov. 15 16 22 Dec. 4 6 10 13 18 20 29 Jan. 3 8 10 15 17 22 24 29 31 Feb. 5 7 12 14 19 21 26 28 Mar. 3 6 7 13 14 16 24

Opponent vs Wisconsin-Parkside^ vs Lewis^ at Minnesota Moorhead at Wayne State at Northwood Finlandia Northern Michigan Northwood Wayne State Minnesota Duluth at Northern Michigan Ashland Tiffin at Hillsdale at Findlay Saginaw Valley State Lake Superior State Grand Valley State Ferris State at Tiffin at Ashland at Ferris State at Grand Valley State Findlay Hillsdale at Lake Superior State* at Saginaw Valley State Northern Michigan! Ferris State! Hillsdale! vs Northwood$ at Northern Kentucky$ vs Indianapolis$ vs Minnesota St.-Mankato%

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Score 68-56 69-30 66-70 62-55 80-68 91-30 74-43 80-68 73-58 58-63 69-60 75-39 83-59 54-52 71-70 91-43 60-61 74-63 80-70 72-63 77-80 62-67 65-56 84-47 91-98 67-61 78-42 62-55 71-53 69-81 70-51 76-53 69-52 53-61

High Points (17) Katie Zimmerman (18) Danae Danen (22) Sarah Stream (18) Danae Danen (17)Danae Danen (13) Lindsey Lindstrom (19) Katie Wysocky (17) Danae Danen (18) Katie Wysocky (20) Danae Danen (16) Danae Danen (18) Katie Zimmerman (21) Katie Wysocky (12) Lisa Staehlin (20) Danae Danen (14) Lisa Staehlin & Lucy Dernovsek (17) Katie Wysocky (23) Katie Wysocky (18) Katie Wysocky (20) Danae Danen (24) Katie Wysocky (20) Katie Wysocky (19) Katie Wysocky (15) Alicia Schneider (27) Katie Wysocky (18) Danae Danen (15) Katie Wysocky (18) Danae Danen (17) Katie Wysocky (15) Katie Wysocky (20) Katie Wysocky (20) Katie Zimmerman (20) Sarah Stream (18) Danae Danen

High Rebounds (13) Katie Wysocky (8) Lyndsey Lindstrom (6) Katie Wysocky (13) Katie Wysocky (13) Katie Wysocky (5) Katie Wysocky (11) Danae Danen (8) Katie Wysocky (11) Katie Wysocky (9) Katie Wysocky (14) Katie Wysocky (12) Katie Wysocky (6) Katie Wysocky & Danae Danen (12) Katie Wysocky (10) Katie Wysocky (7) Lucy Derovsek & Katie Wysocky (14) Katie Wysocky (14) Katie Wysocky (7) Katie Wysocky (7) Danae Danen & Katie Wysocky (14) Katie Wysocky (8) Katie Wysocky (7) Katie Wysocky (11) Katie Wysocky (11) Katie Wysocky (11) Katie Wysocky (11) Katie Wysocky (7) Katie Wysocky & Alicia Schneider (17) Katie Wysocky (10) Katie Wysocky (17) Katie Wysocky (9) Katie Wysocky (16) Katie Wysocky (14) Katie Wysocky

^GLIAC/GLVC Challenge (Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.)  *GLIAC Game  !GLIAC Tournament (Houghton, Mich.)  $NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Highland Heights, KY.)  %NCAA Elite Eight (San Antonio, TX)  Home games in bold  +Overtime

2008-09 Statistics TOTAL 3-PTS Player GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 43 Katie Wysocky 34-34 1088 32.0 180-344 .523 30-80 .375 119-144 .826 54 Danae Danen 34-34 844 24.8 174-326 .534 11-30 .367 58-73 .795 13 Katie Zimmerman 34-30 856 25.2 116-256 .453 99-206 .481 43-48 .896 02 Sarah Stream 34-34 1043 30.7 128-295 .434 28-69 .406 62-73 .849 14 Lisa Staehlin 34-0 419 12.3 71-130 .546 0-1 .000 52-74 .703 10 Tara Ferris 34-34 901 26.5 41-122 .336 26-70 .371 68-82 .829 34 Alicia Schneider 34-1 635 18.7 46-125 .368 34-91 .374 13-18 .722 20 Lindsey Lindstrom 31-0 255 8.2 28-62 .452 13-31 .419 19-28 .679 12 Lucy Dernovsek 33-3 289 8.8 23-53 .434 11-20 .550 22-28 .786 04 Jessica Racine 5-0 36 7.2 4-7 .571 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 53 Lynn Giesler 23-0 125 5.4 15-26 .577 0-0 .000 18-22 .818 32 Angela Guisfredi 32-0 334 10.4 19-51 .373 10-32 .313 12-14 .857 TEAM................ Total.......... 34 845-1797 .470 262-631 .415 489-608 .804 Opponents...... 34 732-1888 .388 180-569 .316 321-476 .674 SCORE BY PERIODS: Michigan Tech Opponents

1st 1136 898

2nd 1299 1053

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OT 11 14

Total 2446 1965

Reb 356 145 80 94 84 60 87 48 36 5 25 21 141 1182 1080

Avg PF-FO A 10.5 56-1 69 4.3 80-2 33 2.4 41-1 56 2.8 42-0 159 2.5 41-0 6 1.8 69-3 80 2.6 48-1 63 1.5 21-0 12 1.1 25-0 26 1.0 3-0 2 1.1 13-0 4 0.7 17-0 33 4.1 34.8 458-8 543 31.8 558-9 408

TO Blk Stl 86 14 52 52 64 21 47 4 20 54 6 35 24 12 8 57 4 23 48 9 13 15 2 7 17 2 9 5 0 1 7 5 5 18 0 11 8 438 122 205 475 71 225

Pts 509 417 374 346 194 176 139 88 79 11 48 60

Avg 15.0 12.3 11.0 10.2 5.7 5.2 4.1 2.8 2.4 2.2 2.1 1.9

2441 71.8 1965 57.8


2008-09 Highs and Lows Individual Highs Points Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted 3-Point Field Goals Made 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

MICHIGAN TECH 27, Katie Wysocky vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 12, Katie Wysocky vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 19, Katie Wysocky vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 6, Katie Zimmerman twice 12, Katie Zimmerman at Northern Kentucky (03/14/09) 11, Katie Wysocky at Northern Kentucky (03/14/09) 12, Katie Wysocky at Northern Kentucky (03/14/09) 17, Katie Wysocky twice 10, Sarah Stream vs. Grand Valley State (01/29/09) 5, Danae Danen vs. Grand Valley State (01/29/09) 5, Tara Ferris vs. Northern Michigan (03/03/09)

Points Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Field Goal Percentage 3-Point Field Goals Made 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers Fouls

MICHIGAN TECH 91, three times 35, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 69, vs. Hillsdale (03/07/09) .608 (31-51), vs. Northern Michigan (12/13/08) 13, vs. Saginaw Valley State (01/22/09) 27, vs. Hillsdale (03/07/09) .769 (10-13) at Tiffin (02/05/09) 32, at Northern Kentucky (03/14/09) 36, at Northern Kentucky (03/14/09) 1.000 (9-9), twice 51, vs. Lewis (11/16/08) 24, twice 13, vs. Finlandia (12/10/08) 9, vs. Northern Michigan (03/03/09) 21, twice 23, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09)

Points Field Goals Made Field Goals Attempted Field Goal Percentage 3-Point Field Goals Made 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throws Attempted Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots Turnovers

MICHIGAN TECH 53, vs. Minnesota St.-Mankato (03/24/09) 17, vs. Wisconsin-Parkside (11/15/09) 40, vs. Wayne State (12/20/09) .339 at Ferris State (02/12/09 3, at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 9, vs. Northern Michigan (03/03/09) .238 (5-21) at Ashland (02/07/09) 5, twice 6, vs. Lewis (11/16/08) .545 (6-11) vs. Northern Michigan (12/13/08) 20, vs. Ferris State (01/31/09) 10, twice 1, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 0, at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 6, twice

Team Highs

Situation............................................... Record Leading At Half..............................................22-4 Trailing At Half.................................................4-3 Tied At Half......................................................1-0 Better FG Pct Than Opp................................25-1 Worse FG Pct Than Opp.................................2-6 FG Pct Equal ..................................................0-0 FG Pct Better Than 50...................................11-1 FG Pct 40-50................................................13-4 FG Pct Less Than 40.......................................3-2 Hold Opp Under 40 FG Pct...........................18-0

Team Lows

OPPONENT 35, Katie Cezat, Hillsdale (03/07/09) 14, Katie Cezat, Hillsdale (03/07/09) 23, Katie Cezat, Hillsdale, twice 5, Holly Cole, Northern Michigan (03/03/09) 12, Jasmine Padin, Grand Valley State (01/29/09) 9, Audra Mihalic, Findlay (01/17/09) 10, two tied 19, Katie Cezat, Hillsdale (01/15/09) 10, Brooke Knight, Hillsdale (03/07/09) 7, Lindsey West, Wayne State (12/04/08) 7, Jasmine McCall, Wayne State (12/04/08) OPPONENT 98, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 35, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 71, vs. Grand Valley State (01/29/09) .558 (29-52) vs. Hillsdale (03/07/09) 11, three times 31 vs. Northern Michigan (03/03/09) .600 (3-5) vs. Hillsdale (03/07/09) 22, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 28, at Ashland (02/07/09) 1.000 (13-13) at Findlay (01/17/09) 45, at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 23, vs. Hillsdale (02/21/09) 13, at Ashland (02/07/09) 7, at Wayne State (12/04/08) 29, vs. Finlandia (12/10/08)) 26, vs. Wisconsin-Parkside (11/15/08) OPPONENT 30, twice 9, vs. Lewis (11/16/08) 42, vs. Finlandia (12/10/08) .176 (9-51), vs. Lewis (11/16/08) 0, vs. Saginaw Valley State (01/22/09) 5, vs. Hillsdale (03/07/09) .000 (0-6), vs. vs. Saginaw Valley State (01/22/09) 0, at Wayne State (12/04/08) 4, at Wayne State (12/04/08) .000 (0-4) at Wayne State (12/04/08) 22, twice 3, vs. Saginaw Valley State (01/22/09) 2 twice 0, 6 times 7, vs Ashland (01/08/09)

Michigan Tech’s Record When... More Rebounds Than Opp............................17-1 Fewer Rebounds Than Opp.............................8-5 Rebounds Equal..............................................3-0 More Turnovers Than Opp.............................11-3 Fewer Turnovers Than Opp...........................14-4 Turnovers Equal..............................................2-0 Scoring Fewer Than 70 Points.......................10-5 Scoring 70 or More Points.............................17-2 Hold Opp Under 70 Points............................25-3 Allow Opp 70 or More Points...........................2-4

Vs. Ranked Opponents...................................3-3 Day Games.....................................................8-4 Night Games.................................................19-3 Sunday............................................................1-0 Monday...........................................................1-1 Tuesday..........................................................1-1 Wednesday.....................................................1-0 Thursday.........................................................9-1 Friday..............................................................2-0 Saturday........................................................12-4

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All-Time GLIAC Tournament Results Michigan Tech is one of two teams that has qualified for all 19 of the GLIAC Championship Tournaments. The Huskies have posted a 25-16 mark in tournament play. Tech has hosted the event a conference-record five times and has advanced to the championship game on 10 occasions.

1995-96 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Rochester, Mich.) Michigan Tech 58, Hillsdale 48 Michigan Tech 54, at Oakland 51 Northern Michigan 78, Michigan Tech 57

2008-09 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) Michigan Tech 62, Northern Michigan 55 Michigan Tech 71, Ferris State 53 Hillsdale 81, Michigan Tech 69

1994-95 Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) at Michigan Tech 77, Oakland 62 Northern Michigan 74, at Michigan Tech 67

2007-08 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) Michigan Tech 63, Grand Valley State 58 Michigan Tech 83, Wayne State 62 Michigan Tech 81, Ashland 53

1993-94 Semifinal Championship

(All games at Rochester, Mich.) Michigan Tech 69, Lake Superior State 68 at Oakland 74, Michigan Tech 72

2006-07 Quarterfinal Semifinal

Michigan Tech 63, at Grand Valley State 57 at Gannon 80, Michigan Tech 60

1992-93 Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) at Michigan Tech 80, Oakland 71 at Michigan Tech 70, Saginaw Valley State 63

2005-06 Quaterfinal

Lake Superior State 64, at Michigan Tech 50

1991-92 Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) at Michigan Tech 61, Lake Superior State 53 Northern Michigan 61, at Michigan Tech 60

2004-05 Quaterfinal

at Grand Valley State 66, Michigan Tech 48

1990-91 Semifinal Championsip

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) at Michigan Tech 85, Grand Valley State 76 Northern Michigan 66, at Michigan Tech 64

2003-04 Quaterfinal

at Ferris State 72, Michigan Tech 70

2002-03 Quaterfinal

at Hillsdale 74, Michigan Tech 52

2001-02 Quaterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Grand Rapids, Mich.) Michigan Tech 75, Gannon 70 Michigan Tech 82, Lake Superior State 62 Hillsdale 65, Michigan Tech 59

2000-01 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Grand Rapids, Mich.) Michigan Tech 71, Lake Superior State 57 Michigan Tech 72, Hillsdale 45 Michigan Tech 84, Gannon 66

1999-00 Quarterfinal Semifinal

(All games at Grand Rapids, Mich.) Michigan Tech 75, Mercyhurst 54 Northern Michigan 71, Michigan Tech 66

1998-99 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Battle Creek, Mich.) Michigan Tech 82, Ashland 47 Michigan Tech 85, Grand Valley State 74 Michigan Tech 75, Hillsdale 71

1997-98 Quarterfinal Semifinal

(All games at Marquette, Mich.) Michigan Tech 82, Saginaw Valley State 64 at Northern Michigan 63, Michigan Tech 60

1996-97 Quarterfinal Semifinal Third Place

(All games at Marquette, Mich.) Michigan Tech 77, Mercyhurst 68 Oakland 58, Michigan Tech 51 Saginaw Valley State 71, Michigan Tech 64

Jaclynn Kriegl was a key part of Michigan Tech’s 2001 GLIAC Tournament title. The Huskies defeated Gannon by an 84-66 score in the championship game at the DeltaPlex in Grand Rapids, Mich.

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All-Time NCAA Tournament Results Michigan Tech has qualified for the NCAA II Championships 14 times in the 18 seasons since 1990-91 and has posted a tournament record of 14-14 during that time. The Huskies have reached the Regional Championship game five times and advanced twice to the national quarterfinal game. 2008-09 • NCAA II Midwest Regional at Highland Heights, Ky. Quarterfinal Michigan Tech 70, Northwood 51 Semifinal Michigan Tech 76, Northern Kentucky 53 Championship Michigan Tech 69, Indianapolis 52 Elite Eight at San Antonio, Texas Quarterfinal Minnesota State Mankato 61, Michigan Tech 53 2007-08 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Springfield, Mo. Quarterfinal Missouri S&T 75, Michigan Tech 66 2005-06 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Springfield, Mo. Quarterfinal Northern Kentucky 67, Michigan Tech 66 2004-05 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Allendale, Mich. Quarterfinal Indianapolis 60, Michigan Tech 54 2000-01 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Houghton, Mich. Semifinal Northern Michigan 76, Michigan Tech 63 1990-00 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Highland Heights, Ky. Quarterfinal Michigan Tech 68, Bellarmine 47 Semifinal Northern Kentucky 60, Michigan Tech 59 1998-99 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Highland Heights, Ky. Quarterfinal Michigan Tech 87, SIU-Edwardsville 73 Championship Northern Kentucky 65, Michigan Tech 63 1997-98 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Evansville, Ind. Quarterfinal Michigan Tech 60, SIU-Edwardsville 47 Semifinal Michigan Tech 94, Southern Indiana 92, 2OT Championship Northern Michigan 74, Michigan Tech 58 1996-97 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Marquette, Mich. Quarterfinal Michigan Tech 83, Bellarmine 80, OT Semifinal Southern Indiana 66, Michigan Tech 46 1994-95 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Houghton, Mich. Semifinal Michigan Tech 68, Southern Indiana 55 Championship Oakland 60, Michigan Tech 56 1993-94 • First Round Playoff at Houghton, Mich. Michigan Tech 69, SIU-Edwardsville 57 NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Houghton, Mich. Semifinal Bellarmine 59, Michigan Tech 54 1992-93 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Indianapolis, Ind. Semifinal Michigan Tech 92, Bellarmine 73 Championship Michigan Tech 77, Saginaw Valley State 58 National Quarterfinal at Topeka, Kan. Michigan Tech 78, Washburn 77, OT Fabulous Four at Waltham, Mass. Semifinal Delta State 71, Michigan Tech 67 Third Place Michigan Tech 74, Bentley 60 1991-92 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Rensselaer, Ind. Semifinal Saint Joseph’s 76, Michigan Tech 66

Jenny Postlewaite was the co-most valuable player of the most successful team in school history. The 1992-93 Huskies advanced to the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Fabulous Four, where they finished third.

John Barnes became the first head coach to cut down a net at the brand new Bank of Kentucky Center on Northern Kentucky’s campus. The Huskies claimed the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional Championship, defeating Indianapolis 69-52 in the title game on March 16, 2009.

1990-91 • NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Highland Heights, Ky. Semifinal Bellarmine 84, Michigan Tech 66

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Championship History

GLIAC Championship Teams

1990-91 Seated (L-R): Michelle Charlier, Kristen Crouch, Chaunda Shaw, Kristin Hager, Shelly Collette, Dawn Zarling, and Terri Sorenson. Standing (L-R): Equipment Supervisor Mike Aldrich, Assistant Coach Rose Antrim, Carie Pejka, Connie Pleshe, Adria Schuldt, Juliana Strieter, Michelle Pearson, Darla Innes, Pam FitzGerald, Jenny Postlewaite, Head Coach Kevin Borseth, Assistant Trainer Dorothy Jamison.

1992-93 Seated (L-R): Dawn Zarling, Shelly Pietila, Leigh Murphy, Michelle Charlier, Kristin Hager, and Chaunda Shaw. Standing (L-R): Assistant Coach Kris Emerson, Terri Sorenson, Connie Pleshe, Darla Innes, Traci Vinopal, Laurel Aamodt, Juliana Strieter, Stacey Ronat, Jenny Postlewaite, Head Coach Kevin Borseth.

1991-92 Seated (L-R): Leigh Murphy, Shelly Collette, Kristin Hager, Chaunda Shaw, Michelle Charlier, Carie Pejka, and Dawn Zarling. Standing (L-R): Student Assistant Pam FitzGerald, Terri Sorenson, Michele VanDamme, Connie Pleshe, Darla Innes, Traci Vinopal, Juliana Strieter, Adria Schuldt, Jenny Postlewaite, Head Coach Kevin Borseth.

1994-95 Seated (L-R): Heidi Ziemann, Sara Esser, Kathie Kruizenga, Michelle Charlier, Leigh Murphy, Dawn Zarling, and Shelly Pietila. Standing (L-R): Assistant Coach Kris Emerson, Laura Hammerberg, Erika Schuldt, Kim Hoppes, Traci Vinopal, Susan Trevarrow, Laurel Aamodt, Shana DeCremer, Stacey Ronat, Kris Blahnik, Head Coach Kevin Borseth.

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GLIAC Championship Teams

1998-99 Seated (L-R): Niki Grubb, Tessa Pernsteiner, Julie Kelley, Greta Nelson, Megan Gardner, Krista Hofmann. Standing (L-R): Head Coach Darla Innes, Elizabeth Pietila, Heather Harden, Janalee Rondorf, Allison Bailey, Sara Ferris, Tonya Brabec, Jenny Sorenson, Clara Goggins, Assistant Coach Traci Vinopal.

2000-01 Seated (L-R): Tessa Pernsteiner, Emily McClone, Annie Madden, Jaclynn Kriegl, Niki Grubb, Jill Lehner, Elizabeth Pietila. Standing (L-R): Head Coach Darla Olson, Randi Miller, Jenny Swanson, Andrea Novak, Jess Nemitz, Allison Bailey, Heather Harden, Jenny Sorenson, Student Assistant Tonya Brabec, Assistant Coach Traci Vinopal.

1999-2000 Seated (L-R): Emily McClone, Jaclynn Kriegl, Niki Grubb, Megan Gardner, Krista Hofmann, Tessa Pernsteiner, Elizabeth Pietila. Standing (L-R): Head Coach Darla Olson, Student Manager Kendra Peterson, Randi Miller, Annie Madden, Tonya Brabec, Allison Bailey, Heather Harden, Jessica Nemitz, Jenny Sorenson, Clara Goggins, Student Assistant Coach Sara Ferris, Assistant Coach Traci Vinopal.

2007-08 Seated (L-R): Tara Ferris, Angela Guisfredi, Katie Zimmerman, Catherine Rottier, Sarah Stream, Maria Kasza, Lucy Dernovsek, Krista Kasuboski. Standing (L-R): Head Coach John Barnes, Alicia Schneider, Danae Danen, Lynn Giesler, Lisa Staehlin, Sarah Yellen, Katie Wysocky, Lindsey Lindstrom, Lena Widman, Assistant Coach Kim Cameron.

2008-09 Seated (L-R): Tara Ferris, Jessica Racine, Katie Zimmerman, Alicia Schneider, Sarah Stream, Maria Kasza, Angela Guisfredi, Lucy Dernovsek. Standing (L-R): Head Coach John Barnes, Strength & Conditioning Coach Kyle Bangen, Krista Kasuboski, Lindsey Lindstrom, Danae Danen, Lisa Staehlin, Lynn Giesler, Katie Wysocky, Trainer Jen Nesseth, Assistant Coach Kim Cameron.

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Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference   The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference was founded in June of 1972 with charter members Grand Valley State University, Lake Superior State University, Northwood University and Saginaw Valley State University. Michigan Technological University joined the league in 1980. The other seven members of the 12-team league are Ashland, Ferris State, Findlay, Hillsdale, Northern Michigan, Tiffin and Wayne State.   Overall, the GLIAC conducts championships in 20 sports, 10 for men and 10 for women. Men’s championship sports are baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track, and outdoor track. Women’s championship sports include basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track, outdoor track and volleyball.   All 12 member institutions participate in women’s basketball, and the GLIAC has crowned 53 conference champions since 1974-75, including 29 different divisional title winners since 1996. Michigan Tech owns the most conference titles with nine.   Eight teams with the best league regular season record qualify for the GLIAC Championship Tournament. The winner of the tournament receives an automatic bid into the NCAA II Championships.

Championship Teams Regular Season/Divisional 2008-09 Michigan Tech (North) Hillsdale (South) 2007-08 Michigan Tech / Northwood (North) Hillsdale (South) 2006-07 Grand Valley State (North) Gannon (South) 2005-06 Grand Valley State (North) Ashland (South) 2004-05 Lake Superior State / Grand Valley State (North) Ashland (South) 2003-04 Lake Superior State (North) Ashland (South) 2002-03 Lake Superior State (North) Hillsdale (South) 2001-02 Lake Superior State (North) Hillsdale / Gannon / Ashland (South) 2000-01 Michigan Tech (North) Gannon (South) 1999-00 Michigan Tech (North) Findlay (South) 1998-99 Michigan Tech (North) Findlay (South) 1997-98 Northern Michigan (North) Ashland (South) 1996-97 Northern Michigan (North) Oakland (South) 1995-96 Oakland 1994-95 Michigan Tech 1993-94 Oakland 1992-93 Michigan Tech 1991-92 Michigan Tech 1990-91 Michigan Tech 1989-90 Oakland

1988-89 Oakland 1987-88 Saginaw Valley State 1986-87 Saginaw Valley State 1985-86 Saginaw Valley State 1984-85 Saginaw Valley State 1983-84 Saginaw Valley State 1982-83 Oakland 1981-82 Oakland 1980-81 Wayne State 1979-80 Wayne State 1978-79 Grand Valley State 1977-78 Grand Valley State 1976-77 Grand Valley State 1975-76 Grand Valley State / Saginaw Valley State 1974-75 Grand Valley State Tournament 2008-09 Hillsdale 2007-08 Michigan Tech 2006-07 Gannon 2005-06 Grand Valley State 2004-05 Grand Valley State 2003-04 Lake Superior State 2002-03 Lake Superior State 2001-02 Hillsdale 2000-01 Michigan Tech 1999-00 Northern Michigan 1998-99 Michigan Tech 1997-98 Northern Michigan 1996-97 Northern Michigan 1995-96 Northern Michigan 1994-95 Northern Michigan 1993-94 Oakland 1992-93 Michigan Tech 1991-92 Northern Michigan 1990-91 Northern Michigan

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2008-09 Standings

GLIAC Overall NORTH DIVISION W L Pct W L Pct Michigan Tech# 19 3 .834 27 7 .771 Grand Valley State Ferris State Lake Superior State Northern Michigan Saginaw Valley State

15 10 9 9 2

7 12 13 13 20

.682 .455 .409 .409 .091

20 13 16 14 3

10 15 15 14 24

.667 .464 .516 .500 .111

GLIAC Overall SOUTH DIVISION W L Pct W L Pct Hillsdale#* Northwood Ashland Findlay Tiffin Wayne State

19 16 13 9 6 5

3 6 9 13 16 17

.834 .727 .591 .409 .273 .227

27 21 17 14 7 8

4 8 11 14 20 20

.871 .724 .607 .500 .259 .286

*2008-09 GLIAC Champion (GLIAC Tournament champion) #2008-09 GLIAC Division Champion

2008-09 Statistic Leaders Scoring GP 1. Katie Cezat, Hillsdale 22 2. Jaclyn Armstrong, Lake Superior 22 3. Kelsey Deacon, Northern Michigan 22 4. Katie Wysocky, Michigan Tech 22 5. Audra Mihalic, Findlay 22

FG 3FG FT 235 5 181 165 0 72 125 55 55 131 20 68 112 33 90

Rebounding 1. Katie Cezat, Hillsdale 2. Katie Wysocky, Michigan Tech 3. Megan Sellers, Findlay 4. Megan Starnes, Northwood 5. Betsy Morrison, Ashland

GP OFF DEF TOT Avg 22 85 308 393 17.9 22 47 180 227 10.3 20 63 128 191 9.6 22 29 161 190 8.6 22 40 137 177 8.0

Pts 656 402 360 350 347

Avg 29.8 18.3 16.4 15.9 15.8

Assists 1. Brooke Knight, Hillsdale 2. Audra Mihalic, Findlay 3. Jasmine Padin, Grand Valley 3. Sarah Stream, Michigan Tech 5. Emily Joseph, Lake Superior

GP 22 22 22 22 22

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 2/game) 1. Kim Wyngaard, Grand Valley 2. Kelsey Deacon, Northern Michigan 3. Chelsea Harrison, Hillsdale 4. Betsy Morrison, Ashland 5. Megan Fletcher, Tiffin

GP 22 22 22 22 21

FTM 59 55 44 72 59

FTA 64 62 50 82 68

Pct .922 .887 .880 .878 .868

3-Point Percentage (Min. 1/game) 1. Katie Zimmerman, Michigan Tech 2. Megan Starnes, Northwood 3. Janay Miller, Hillsdale 4. Alicia Schneider, Michigan Tech 5. Christa Erickson, Northern Michigan

GP 22 22 22 22 22

FTM 65 38 25 25 43

FTA 129 85 56 59 102

Pct .504 .447 .446 .424 .422

Assists 135 100 97 97 95

Avg 6.1 4.5 4.4 4.4 4.3


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Opponents

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Opponent Information Opponent

Location

Head Coach

Basketball Facility

Concordia-St. Paul

St. Paul, Minn.

Paul Fessler

Gangelhoff Center (4,000)

Press Box Phone

Media Contact / Phone

Missouri Western

St. Joseph, MO

Lynn Plett

MWSU Field House (3,750)

816-271-4257

Trevor Berneking / 816-271-4257

Texas A&M Commerce

Commerce, Tex.

Denny Downing

A&M Com. Field House (5,000)

903-468-6092

Danny Kambel / 903-866-5131

Minnesota State Moorhead

Moorhead, Minn.

Karla Nelson

Nemzek Fieldhouse (4,000)

218-477-2113

Larry Scott / 218-477-2113

Wayne State

Detroit, Mich.

Gloria Bradley

Matthaei Building (2,000)

313-577-4254

Jeff Weiss / 313-577-7542

Northwood

Midland, Mich.

Jeff Curtis

Bennett Sports Center (1,500)

989-205-5479

Travis McCurdy / 989-837-4239

Finlandia

Hancock, Mich.

Curtis Wittenburg

Paavo Nurmi Center (800)

906-487-7214

Curtis Wittenburg / 906-487-7214

Northern Michigan

Marquette, Mich.

Troy Mattson

Berry Events Center (4,700)

906-227-1720

David Fiella/ 906-227-1013

Minnesota Duluth

Duluth, Minn.

Annette Wiles

Romano Gym (2,759)

218-726-8191

Aaron Swanum / 218-726-7465

Ashland

Ashland, Ohio

Sue Ramsey

Kates Gymnasium (3,000)

419-289-5442

Al King / 419-289-5442

Tiffin

Tiffin, Ohio

Pam Oswald

Old Fort Bank Court

419-448-3288

Shane O’Donnell / 419-448-3288

Hillsdale

Hillsdale, Mich.

Claudette Charney Jesse Phillips Arena (2,500)

517-607-3156

Brad Monastiere / 517-607-3172

Findlay

Findlay, Ohio

Kate Cunningham

Croy Gym (2,200)

419-306-6110

David Buck / 419-434-4727

Saginaw Valley State

University Center, Mich. Shannon Baugh

James O’Neill Arena (4,028)

989-964-2771

Matt Woodbury / 989-964-4053

Lake Superior State

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

Jamie Pewinski

James Norris Gym (2,800)

906-322-3404

Linda Bouvet / 906-635-2601

Grand Valley State

Allendale, Mich.

Janel Burgess

GVSU Fieldhouse (4,100)

616-498-4713

Tim Nott / 616-331-3275

Ferris State

Big Rapids, Mich.

Tracey Dorow

Jim Wink Arena (2,400)

231-591-3572

Rob Bentley / 231-591-3821

Josh Deer / 651-641-8893

Composite GLIAC Schedule Exhibition Games Sunday, November 1 Saginaw Valley State at Central Michigan 2 p.m. Ferris State at Oakland (Mich.) 2 p.m. Wedneday, November 4 Saginaw Valley State at Detroit Mercy 7 p.m. Findlay at Bowling Green (Ohio) 7 p.m. Thursday, November 5 Wayne State at Michigan State 6:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Indiana 7 p.m. Sunday, November 8 Tiffin at Miami (Ohio) 1 p.m. Findlay at Eastern Kentucky 2 p.m. Grand Valley State at Michigan State 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 10 Wayne State at Cleveland State (Ohio) 7 p.m. Regular Season Sunday, November 15 Urbana (Ohio) at Saginaw Valley State 1 p.m. Southern Indiana at Wayne State 1 p.m. Michigan Tech at Minnesota-Duluth 2 p.m. Slippery Rock (Pa.) at Tiffin 4 p.m. Northern Michigan at Northland (Wis.) 4 p.m. Findlay vs. West Liberty State (W.Va.) 4 p.m. Monday, November 16 Drury (Mo.) at Grand Valley State 7 p.m. Findlay at Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) 7 p.m.

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Friday, November 20 Hillsdale vs. Minnesota State-Moorhead 1 p.m. Michigan Tech vs Missouri Western 5 p.m. Ferris State at Gannon (Pa.) 6 p.m. Wayne State vs Arkansas Tech 6 p.m. Tiffin at Merrimack (Mass.) 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 21 Kentucky Wesleyan at Grand Valley State 1 p.m. Ashland at Urbana (Ohio) 2 p.m. Wayne State at Missouri S&T 4 p.m. Michigan Tech vs Texas A&M Commerce 4 p.m. Indianapolis (Ind.) at Saginaw Valley State 5 p.m. Ferris State at Edinboro (Pa.) 5 p.m. Hillsdale at Southwest Minnesota State 6 p.m. Tiffin at Merrimack Tournament TBA Tuesday, November 24 Findlay at Michigan-Dearborn 5 p.m. Lewis (Ill.) at Ferris State 6 p.m. Grand Valley State at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 6:30 p.m. Northern Michigan at Minnesota-Duluth 7 p.m. Friday, November 27 Lake Superior State at Illinois-Springfield 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 28 Northwood vs. California (Pa.) 1 p.m. Ashland hosts Holiday Inn Express Tourney 1 p.m. Northern Kentucky at Wayne State 2 p.m. Rio Grande (Ohio) at Findlay 2 p.m.

Hillsdale at Bellarmine (Ky.) 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Lewis (Ill.) 4 p.m. Northern Michigan at Wisconsin Parkside 4 p.m. Lake Superior State at Indinapolis (Ind.) 5:30 p.m. Sunday, November 29 Hillsdale at Southern Indiana Noon Northwood vs. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 1 p.m. Ashland host Holiday Inn Express Tourney TBA Monday, November 30 Grand Valley State at Ferris State* 6 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at UW-Parkside 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 1 Northern Michigan at Finlandia (Mich.) 5:30 p.m. Thursday, December 3 Wayne State at Michigan Tech* 5:30 p.m. Northwood at Northern Michigan* 5:30 p.m. Hillsdale at Lake Superior State* 5:30 p.m. Tiffin at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m. Findlay at Saginaw Valley State* 6 p.m. Ashland at Ferris State* 6 p.m. Saturday, December 5 Wayne State at Northern Michigan* 11 am Tiffin at Ferris State* Noon Northwood at Michigan Tech* 1 p.m. Findlay at Lake Superior State* 1 p.m. Ashland at Grand Valley State* 1 p.m. Hillsdale at Saginaw Valley State* 5 p.m.


Tuesday, December 8 Finlandia (Mich.) at Michigan Tech 5:30 p.m. Tiffin at Gannon (Pa.) 6 p.m. Lewis (Ill.) at Grand Valley State 7 p.m. Wednesday, December 9 Wayne State at Northwood* 6 p.m. Thursday, December 10 Ferris State at Findlay* 5:30 p.m. Saturday, December 12 Ashland at Tiffin* 1 p.m. Ferris State at Hillsdale* 1 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Lake Superior State 5 p.m. Michigan Tech at Northern Mich.* 5:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Findlay* 5:30 p.m. Thursday, December 17 Northern Michigan at Wayne State* 5:30 p.m. Ashland at Lake Superior State* 5:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Northwood* 6 p.m. Findlay at Hillsdale* 6 p.m. Saturday, December 19 Ashland at Saginaw Valley State* 1 p.m. Michigan Tech at Wayne State* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Lake Superior State* 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at Northwood* 1 p.m. Grand Valley State at Hillsdale* 5 p.m. Urbana (Ohio) at Findlay 1 p.m. Monday, December 21 Saginaw Valley State at California (Pa.) 6 p.m. Monday, December 28 Lake Erie (Ohio) at Tiffin 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 29 Madonna (Mich.) at Wayne State 3 p.m. Northwood vs. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 3 p.m. Minnesota-Duluth at Northern Michigan 5:30 p.m. Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.) at Michigan Tech 5:30 p.m. Bellarmine (Ky.) at Lake Superior State 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, December 30 Grand Valley State at Lake Erie (Ohio) 1 p.m. Northwood vs. Bellarmine (Ky.) 3 p.m. St. Joseph’s (Ind.) at Lake Superior State 5:30 p.m. Ferris State at Southern Indiana 6:15 p.m. Northern Kentucky at Ashland 7 p.m. Thursday, December 31 Ferris State at Oakland City (Ind.) 6 p.m. Saturday, January 2 Northwood at Wayne State* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Ashland* 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at Michigan Tech* 1 p.m. Hillsdale at Findlay* 1 p.m. Lake Superior State at Saginaw Valley State* 5 p.m. Thursday, January 7 Wayne State at Findlay* 5:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Ashland* 5:30 p.m. Northwood at Hillsdale* 6 p.m. Northern Michigan at Tiffin* 6 p.m. Lake Superior State at Ferris State* 6 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m.

Saturday, January 9 Wayne State at Hillsdale* 1 p.m. Michigan Tech at Tiffin* 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at Ashland* 1 p.m. Northwood at Findlay* 1 p.m. Lake Superior State at Grand Valley State* 1 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Ferris State* 3 p.m.

Saturday, February 6 Findlay at Ferris State* Noon Wayne State at Lake Superior State* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Northern Michigan* 1 p.m. Ashland at Michigan Tech* 1 p.m. Northwood at Saginaw Valley State* 5 p.m. Hillsdale at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m.

Monday, January 11 Tiffin at Saginaw Valley State* 6 p.m. Ferris State at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m.

Thursday, February 11 Hillsdale at Wayne State* 5:30 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Ashland* 5:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Northern Michigan* 5:30 p.m. Ferris State at Michigan Tech* 5:30 p.m. Findlay at Northwood* 6 p.m. Lake Superior State at Tiffin* 6 p.m.

Thursday, January 14 Saginaw Valley State at Wayne State* 5:30 p.m. Findlay at Northern Michigan* 5:30 p.m. Hillsdale at Michigan Tech* 5:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Ashland* 5:30 p.m. Ferris State at Tiffin* 6 p.m. Lake Superior State at Northwood* 6 p.m. Saturday, January 16 Hillsdale at Northern Michigan* 11 am Findlay at Michigan Tech* Noon Lake Superior State at Wayne State* 1 p.m. Grand Valley State at Tiffin* 1 p.m. Ferris State at Ashland* 1 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Northwood* 4 p.m. Tuesday, January 19 Urbana (Ohio) at Ashland 7 p.m. Thursday, January 21 Ferris State at Wayne State* 5:30 p.m. Tiffin at Findlay* 5:30 p.m. Northern Michigan at Lake Superior St.* 5:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Saginaw Valley State* 6 p.m. Ashland at Hillsdale* 6 p.m. Grand Valley State at Northwood* 6 p.m. Saturday, January, 23 Grand Valley State at Wayne State* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Hillsdale* 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at Saginaw Valley State* 1 p.m. Michigan Tech at Lake Superior State* 1 p.m. Ashland at Findlay* 1 p.m. Ferris State at Northwood* 4 p.m. Thursday, January 28 Northwood at Ashland* 5:30 p.m. Lake Superior State at Findlay* 5:30 p.m. Wayne State at Tiffin* 6 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Hillsdale* 6 p.m. Northern Michigan at Ferris State* 6 p.m. Michigan Tech at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m. Saturday, January 30 Wayne State at Ashland* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Northwood* 1 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Findlay* 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at Grand Valley State* 1 p.m. Michigan Tech at Ferris State* 1 p.m. Lake Superior State at Hillsdale* 1 p.m. Thursday, February 4 Tiffin at Michigan Tech* 5:30 p.m. Ashland at Northern Michigan* 5:30 p.m. Northwood at Lake Superior State* 5:30 p.m. Wayne State at Saginaw Valley State* 6 p.m. Hillsdale at Ferris State* 6 p.m. Findlay at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m.

Saturday, February 13 Ferris State at Northern Michigan* 11 am Findlay at Wayne State* 1 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Tiffin* 1 p.m. Grand Valley State at Michigan Tech* 1 p.m. Northwood at Hillsdale* 1 p.m. Lake Superior State at Ashland* 1 p.m. Thursday, February 18 Ashland at Wayne State* 5:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Findlay* 5:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Lake Superior St.* 5:30 p.m. Northern Michigan at Hillsdale* 6 p.m. Northwood at Tiffin* 6 p.m. Ferris State at Saginaw Valley State* 6 p.m. Saturday, February 20 Ashland at Northwood* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Wayne State* 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at Findlay* 1 p.m. Michigan Tech at Hillsdale 1 p.m. Ferris State at Lake Superior State* 1 p.m. Grand Valley State at Saginaw Valley State* 5 p.m. Thursday, February 25 Saginaw Valley St. at Northern Michigan* 5:30 p.m. Lake Superior State at Michigan Tech* 5:30 p.m. Findlay at Ashland* 5:30 p.m. Wayne State at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m. Hillsdale at Tiffin* 6 p.m. Northwood at Ferris State* 6 p.m. Saturday, February 27 Lake Superior State at Northern Michigan* 11 am Wayne State at Ferris State* 1 p.m. Findlay at Tiffin* 1 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Michigan Tech* 1 p.m. Hillsdale at Ashland* 1 p.m. Northwood at Grand Valley State* 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 2 GLIAC Tournament Quarterfinals (Campus Sites) Friday, March 5 GLIAC Tournament Semifinals (Campus Sites) Saturday, March 6 GLIAC Tournament Final (Campus Sites)

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Awards

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

Major Awards All-America 2008-09 2003-04 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93

Katie Wysocky, Daktronics, 3rd Team Andrea Novak, Kodak, Honorable Mention; DII Bulletin, 4th Team Allison Bailey, Kodak, Honorable Mention Jenny Sorenson, DII Bulletin, Honorable Mention Clara Goggins, Kodak, Honorable Mention Jenny Sorenson, Kodak, Honorable Mention Dawn Zarling, Kodak, Honorable Mention; Basketball Gazette, 2nd Team Dawn Zarling, Kodak, Honorable Mention; Basketball Gazette, 3rd Team Jenny Postlewaite, Kodak, Honorable Mention

CoSIDA Academic All-America 2008-09 2007-08 2003-04 2002-03 1996-97

Katie Wysocky, All-District, 2nd Team Sarah Stream, All-District, 2nd Team Katie Wysocky, All-District, 3rd Team Andrea Novak, All-District, 1st Team Andrea Novak, All-District, 2nd Team Laurel Aamodt, All-District, 2nd Team

All-Time All-GLIAC Honors 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95

Danae Danen, 2nd Team, All-Tournament Tara Ferris, All-Defensive Sarah Stream, 1st Team Katie Wysocky, 1st Team Katie Zimmerman, 1st Team, All-Tournament Tara Ferris, All-Tournament Catherine Rottier, 1st Team, Tournament MVP Lena Widman, All-Defensive Katie Wysocky, 1st Team, All-Tournament Alicia Schneider, All-Defensive Sarah Stream, All-Tournament Katie Wysocky, Freshman of the Year, 2nd Team Sarah Magee, All-Defensive Catherine Rottier, 1st Team, All-Defensive Amanda Sieja, 2nd Team Catherine Rottier, All-Defensive Amanda Sieja, 2nd Team Sarah Stream, Freshman of the Year, 2nd Team Andrea Novak, Player of the Year, 1st Team Randy Miller, All-Defensive Maria Schneider, 2nd Team Annie Madden, 2nd Team Emily McClone, 2nd Team, All-Defensive Andrea Novak, 1st Team Heather Harden, All-Tournament Jaclynn Kriegl, All-Defensive Andrea Novak, 1st Team, All-Tournament Allison Bailey, 1st Team, Tournament MVP Elizabeth Pietila, 2nd Team, All-Tournament, All-Defensive Jenny Sorenson, 1st Team Allison Bailey, 1st Team, All-Tournament Megan Gardner, All-Defensive Clara Goggins, Player of the Year, 1st Team, All-Defensive Krista Hofmann, 2nd Team Clara Goggins, 2nd Team, All-Defensive, Tournament MVP Janalee Rondorf, All-Defensive Jenny Sorenson, 1st Team Clara Goggins, 2nd Team, All-Defensive Jenny Sorenson, 1st Team Kathie Kruizenga, 1st Team Shelly Pietila, 2nd Team, All-Defensive Laurel Aamodt, 2nd Team, All-Defensive Kim Hoppes, All-Defensive Leigh Murphy, All Defensive Traci Vinopal, 2nd Team Dawn Zarling, 1st Team, All-Defensive

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1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1982-83

Terri Sorenson, Honorable Mention, All-Defensive Dawn Zarling, 1st Team, All-Defensive Connie Pleshe, Honorable Mention Jenny Postlewaite, 1st Team, All-Defensive Dawn Zarling, 1st Team, All-Defensive Carie Pejka, 1st Team, All-Defensive Jenny Postlewaite, 1st Team, All-Defensive Carie Pejka, All-Defensive Jenny Postlewaite, 1st Team Dawn Zarling, 2nd Team Leon McGee, Honorable Mention Shannon Bartos, 2nd Team Carie Pejka, All-Defensive D’Andra Poyfair-Walter, 2nd Team Mary Fisher, Honorable Mention Mary Fisher, 2nd Team Mary Fisher, Honorable Mention Jodi Peters, Honorable Mention

GLIAC Player of the Year 2003-04 1994-95 1993-94 1999-00

Andrea Novak Dawn Zarling Dawn Zarling Clara Goggins

GLIAC Freshman of the Year 2006-07 2004-05

Katie Wysocky Sarah Stream

GLIAC Coach of the Year 2008-09 2005-06 2000-01 1998-99 1995-96 1994-95 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

John Barnes John Barnes Darla (Innes) Olson Darla Innes Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth

GLIAC Commissioner’s Award 2008-09 2007-08

Katie Wysocky Catherine Rottier


Team Awards Most Valuable Player 2008-09—Kate Wysocky 2007-08—Catherine Rottier 2006-07—Sarah Stream 2005-06—Catherine Rottier 2004-05—Amanda Sieja 2003-04—Andrea Novak 2002-03—Andrea Novak 2001-02—Heather Harden 2000-01—Allison Bailey 1999-00—Clara Goggins 1998-99—Sara Ferris 1997-98—Jenny Sorenson 1996-97—Shelly Pietila 1995-96—Laurel Aamodt 1994-95—Dawn Zarling 1993-94—Dawn Zarling 1992-93—Jenny Postlewaite and Dawn Zarling 1991-92—Carie Pejka 1990-91—Jenny Postlewaite 1989-90—Shannon Bartos 1988-89—D’Andra Poyfair-Walter 1987-88—Janette Lutz 1986-87—Mary Fisher 1985-86—Mary Fisher 1984-85—Mary Fisher 1983-84—D. J. Evans 1982-83—Jodi Peters 1981-82—Jodi Peters 1980-81—Jodi Peters 1979-80—Jodi Peters 1978-79—Judy Audit 1977-78—Judy Audit 1976-77—Carrie Hicks 1975-76—Anne Eslinger

Most Improved Player 2008-09--Lisa Staehlin 2007-08—Tara Ferris 2006-07—Alicia Schneider 2005-06—Tara Ferris 2004-05—Sarah Magee 2003-04—Sarah Magee 2002-03—Amanda Sieja 2001-02—Jill Lehner 2000-01—Jennifer Swanson 1999-00—Heather Harden 1998-99—Janalee Rondorf 1997-98—Sara Ferris 1996-97—Krista Hofmann 1995-96—Heidi Ziemann 1994-95—Kathie Kruizenga 1993-94—Leigh Murphy 1992-93—Connie Pleshe 1991-92—Carie Pejka 1990-91—Connie Pleshe 1989-90—Shannon Bartos 1988-89—Carie Pejka 1987-88—Pam FitzGerald 1986-87—Shannon Bartos 1985-86—Becky Rick 1984-85—Cynthia Schilke and Becky Rick 1983-84—Karen Peterson 1982-83—Sharon Walton 1981-82—Cathy Drzewiecki 1980-81—Julie Wilson 1979-80—Cindy Reynolds 1978-79—Pam Dostal 1977-78—Louise Voght 1976-77—Judy Audit 1975-76—Carrie Hicks

Heather Harden was named most valuable of the 2001-02 squad after posting 288 points and 137 rebounds in her senior campaign. The center was the team’s most improved player in 1999-00. She also earned Michigan Tech’s Rick Webster SISU Award in 2002.

Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award

Outstanding Freshman

2008-09—Sarah Stream 2007-08—Sarah Yellen 2006-07—Sarah Stream 2005-06—Sarah Magee 2004-05—Kim Cameron 2003-04—Megan Schaller 2002-03—Annie Madden 2001-02—Elizabeth Pietila 2000-01—Niki Grubb 1999-00—Elizabeth Pietila 1998-99—Sara Ferris 1997-98—Sara Esser 1996-97—Shelly Pietila 1995-96—Janalee Rondorf 1994-95—Laurel Aamodt 1993-94—Krista Holscher 1992-93—Michelle Charlier 1991-92—Chaunda Shaw 1990-91—Chaunda Shaw 1989-90—Chaunda Shaw 1988-89—Niki Diehm, Lori Prast 1987-88—Molly Noland 1986-87—Niki Diehm 1985-86—Val Leveille 1984-85—Pam Somsel 1983-84—Lisa Starr

2008-09—Lindsey Lindstrom 2007-08—Lucy Dernovsek 2006-07—Katie Wysocky

Scholastic Achievement Award

2008-09—Sarah Stream. 4.00, Exercise Science 2007-08—Sarah Stream, 4.00, Exercise Science 2006-07—Sarah Stream, 4.00, Exercise Science 2005-06—Sarah Stream, 4.00, Biological Sciences 2004-05—Ashley Zehren, 3.94, Biological Sciences 2003-04—Maria Schneider, 3.60, Biological Sciences 2002-03—Kristen Karnowski, 3.74, Biomedical Engineering 2001-02—Jaclynn Kriegl, 3.89, Biomedical Engineering 2000-01—Jaclynn Kriegl, 3.87, Biomedical Engineering 1999-00—Jaclynn Kriegl, 3.87, Biomedical Engineering 1998-99—Allison Bailey, 3.58, Biological Sciences 1997-98—Sara Esser, 3.70, Chemical Engineering 1996-97—Laurel Aamodt, 3.78, Civil Engineering 1995-96—Laurel Aamodt, 3.82, Civil Engineering 1994-95—Laurel Aamodt, 3.82, Civil Engineering 1993-94—Laurel Aamodt, 3.78, Civil Engineering 1992-93—Kristin Hager, 3.77, Business Administration 1991-92—Kristin Hager, 3.73, Business Administration 1990-91—Kristin Hager, 3.73, Business Administration 1989-90—Kristin Hager, 3.79, Business Administration 1988-89—Niki Diehm, 3.75, Computer Science 1987-88—Niki Diehm, 3.75, Computer Science 1986-87—Shannon Bartos, 3.90, Electrical Engineering 1985-86—D’Andra Poyfair-Walter, 3.52, Engineering 1984-85—Vicki Eddy, 3.72, Chemical Engineering 1983-84—Laura Williams, 3.59, Biological Sciences 1982-83—Lisa Starr, 3.19, Enginering Laura Williams, 3.19, Biological Sciences 1981-82—Lorraine Rohweder, 3.93, Biological Sciences 1980-81—Lori Hollowell, 4.00, Civil Engineering 1979-80—Lori Hollowell, 4.00, Civil Engineering 1978-79—Karen Henegar, 3.75, Electrical Engineering 1977-78—Jackie Oravitz (3.85, Chemical Engineering) 1976-77—Barb Bonefeld (3.61, Forestry)

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SDC Gym

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

The SDC Gymnasium • Home of the Huskies   The Student Development Complex Gymnasium, which has been the home of Michigan Tech basketball since 1980, is one of the top basketball arenas in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, if not all of NCAA Division II.   The arena seats 3,200 fans. The floor was resurfaced in summer 2008 with new logos. A new Daktronics scoreboard was also installed prior to the 2008-09 season.   The facility was dedicated in September 1980, and has hosted more than 400 women’s basketball games and many NCAA Tournament and GLIAC Tournament contests. The Huskies own a winning percentage over .700 in the SDC Gym, including a 13-3 mark (.813 winning percentage) a year ago.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Top Gymnasium Top10 10Crowds CrowdsatatSDC Sherman Field Attendance 2,852 2,667 2,255 2,470 2,211 2,040 2,035 2,034 2,001 1,969

Opponent Northern Michigan Oakland Minnesota Duluth Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Northwood Lake Superior State Northern Michigan Northern Michigan

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Date March 10, 1995 March 11, 1995 December 29, 1997 March 10, 2001 February 8, 1993 February 14, 2000 February 12, 2005 February 5, 2000 January 18, 1999 February 17, 1997

W/L W L W L L W W W W L

Score 68-55 56-60 61-54 63-76 73-80 94-75 64-26 73-61 77-70 80-86


SDC Gymnasium Records Individual Single Game Most Points: 33, Traci Vinopal vs. Northern Michigan, 12/11/1993; Andrea Novak vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2/21/04 Most Points (Opponent): 39, Doreen Belkowski, Oakland, 3/5/1993 Most Rebounds: 20, Sharon Walton vs. St. Scholastica, 1/28/1984 Most Rebounds (Opponent): 27, Beverly Sanders, Saginaw Valley State, 2/10/1983 Field Goals Made: 14, Andrea Novak vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2/21/04 Field Goals Made (Opponent): 16, Ann DeBruim, Wisconsin-Superior, 1/7/1987 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 6, Connie Pleshe vs. Northern Michigan, 2/8/1993; Clara Goggins vs. Findlay, 1/15/2000; Emily McClone vs Southern Indiana, 12/20/2002; Sarah Stream vs. St. Cloud State, 11/20/04 3-Pt. Field Goals Made (Opponent): 9, Amy Boynton, Northern Michigan, 2/8/1993 Free Throws Made: 14, Mary Fisher vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/9/1986 Free Throws Made (Opponent): 14, Shana DeCremer, Northern Michigan, 2/17/1997 Free Throws Attempted: 16, Michelle Pearson vs. Ferris State, 12/12/1992 Assists: 12, Catherine Rottier vs. Ashland, 3/8/2008; Catherine Rottier vs. Grand Valley State, 1/5/08; Jodi Peters vs. Lake Superior State, 12/16/1982 Blocked Shots: 5, Danae Danen vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2/14/08; Danae Danen vs. Grand Valley State, 1/5/2008; Connie Pleshe vs. WisconsinSuperior, 1/23/1990; Connie Pleshe vs. St. Scholastica, 1/14/1991 Steals: 9, Clara Goggins vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2/10/2000

Michigan Tech At The SDC Gym

Season Games Record Pct Att 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Totals

10 8 12 10 10 12 12 12 14 13 16 14 15 13 17 12 11 15 14 12 14 13 16 12 14 12 15 17 16

381

1-9 3-5 6-6 3-7 3-7 4-8 3-9 5-7 10-4 7-6 13-3 12-2 14-1 13-0 14-3 11-1 9-2 13-2 14-0 10-2 12-2 10-3 13-3 8-4 12-2 10-2 10-5 14-3 13-3

270-111

.100 .375 .500 .300 .300 .333 .250 .417 2,496 .714 3,798 .538 4,791 .813 8,723 .857 9,395 .933 12,486 1.000 8,231 .833 17,818 .917 7,554 .818 10,663 .867 12,409 1.000 13,341 .833 12,479 .857 13,886 .769 10,108 .812 13,222 .667 12,278 .857 16,580 .833 13,529 .667 12,099 .824 14,144 .813 15,635

.709

245,665

Avg Att

312 292 399 545 671 892 633 990 687 969 827 953 1040 992 778 826 1023 1184 1127 807 832 977

807

Team Single Game Most Points—114 vs. Westminster, 11/21/1998 Most Points, Both Teams—189 vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/2009 Most Points by Opponent—106 by Saginaw Valley St., 1/12/1984 Largest Margin of Victory—76 vs. Westminster, 11/21/1998 Largest Margin of Defeat—63 vs. Wayne State, 2/5/1981 Fewest Points—37 vs. Wayne State, 2/5/1981 Fewest Points by Opponent—26 vs. Northwood, 12/12/2005 Most Points In A Loss—91 vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/2009 Team Season Most Points—1,313 (17 games), 1994-95 Best Points Per Game Average—84.8, (14 games), 1998-99 Longest Winning Streak—23 games (1/24/1998-12/18/1999)

Series Record At The SDC Gym Opponent........................................................................... W-L

Ashland (Ohio)...................................................................................... 5-2 Bemidji State (Minn.)........................................................................... 6-0 Central State (Ohio).............................................................................. 1-0 Denver (Colo.)....................................................................................... 1-0 Ferris State (Mich.)............................................................................. 21-9 Findlay (Ohio)....................................................................................... 4-2 Finlandia (Suomi) (Mich.)................................................................... 13-0 Florida Southern................................................................................... 1-0 Gannon (Pa.)......................................................................................... 7-0 Gogebic (Mich.)..................................................................................... 1-0 Grand Valley State (Mich.)............................................................... 18-13 Hillsdale (Mich.).................................................................................. 17-5 Lake Superior State (Mich.)............................................................. 20-16 Lewis (Ill.).............................................................................................. 1-1 Mankato State (Minn.)......................................................................... 3-0 Marygrove (Mich.).................................................................................. 2-0 Mercyhurst (Pa.)................................................................................... 7-0 Minnesota Duluth............................................................................ 10-12 Minnesota Morris.................................................................................. 1-0 Minnesota State Moorhead.................................................................. 1-0 North Dakota........................................................................................ 3-2 Northern Michigan........................................................................... 16-23 Northland (Wis.)................................................................................. 26-1 Northwood (Mich.)............................................................................. 20-6 Oakland (Mich.).................................................................................. 11-9 Quincy (Ill.) ........................................................................................... 0-1 Saginaw Valley State (Mich.)........................................................... 18-14 St. Ambrose (Iowa)............................................................................... 1-0 St. Cloud State (Minn.)......................................................................... 2-0 St. Joseph’s (Ind.).................................................................................. 1-0 St. Norbert (Minn.)............................................................................... 1-1 St. Scholastica (Minn.)....................................................................... 10-0 Southern Indiana................................................................................. 2-0 Southwest State (Minn.)...................................................................... 1-0 Tiffin (Ohio)............................................................................................ 1-0 Wayne State (Mich.)........................................................................... 18-5 Westminster (Penn.).............................................................................. 1-0 Wisconsin-Oshkosh............................................................................. 1-0 Wisconsin-Parkside.............................................................................. 8-0 Wisconsin-Stevens Point..................................................................... 1-1 Wisconsin-Superior.............................................................................. 3-1 Winona State (Minn.)........................................................................... 1-0

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Career Most Games Played: 124, Darla Innes, 1988-93 Most Field Goals Attempted: 1,535, Jenny Postlewaite, 1989-93 Most Field Goals Made: 664, Jenny Postlewaite, 1989-93 Best Field Goal Percentage: .551 (467-848), Amanda Sieja, 2002-06 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 462, Katie Zimmerman, 2006-present Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 212, Katie Zimmerman, 2006-present Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .459 (212-462), Katie Zimmerman, 2006-present Most Free Throws Attempted: 616, Allison Bailey, 1997-2001 Most Free Throws Made: 461, Allison Bailey, 1997-2001 Best Free Throw Percentage: .853 (250-293), Mary Fisher, 1983-87 Most Rebounds: 866, Dawn Zarling, 1990-91, 1992-95 Highest Rebounding Average: 9.5, Pat Sullivan, 1975-77, 78-80 Most 10-Or-More Rebound Games: 41, Katie Wysocky, 2006-present Most Personal Fouls: 343, Clara Goggins, 1996-00 Most Disqualifications: 31, Jodi Peters, 1979-83 Most Assists: 439, Catherine Rottier, 2003-08; Dawn Zarling, 1990-95 Most Blocked Shots: 148, Carie Pejka, 1988-92 Most Steals: 363, Clara Goggins, 1996-00 Most Points: 1,856, Jenny Postlewaite, 1989-93 Highest Scoring Average: 15.7, Jenny Postlewaite, 1989-93 Most 30-Or-More Point Games: 3, Andrea Novak, 2000-04 Most 20-Or-More Point Games: 31, Jenny Postlewaite, 1989-93

Records Single Game Most Field Goals Attempted: 28, Joan Fitzgibbon vs. Grand Valley State, 1/3/1985 Most Field Goals Made: 14, Lora Haltenhoff vs. Ferris State, 12/12/1981 Best Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (8-8), Amanda Sieja, at Northwood, 12/8/2004 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 13, Jenna Bartels at Lewis, 11/19/2005; Megan Gardner vs. Saginaw Valley State, 3/1/1997; Jenny Postlewaite vs. Grand Valley State, 2/7/1991 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 6, Katie Zimmerman at Tiffin, 2/5/2009; Katie Zimmerman vs. Ashland, 1/8/2009; Maria Schneider at Gannon, 2/2/2006; Chelsey MacNeill vs. St. Cloud State, 11/27/2004; Sarah Stream vs. St. Cloud State, 11/20/2004; Emily McClone vs. Southern Indiana, 12/20/2002; Clara Goggins vs. Findlay, 1/15/2000; Connie Pleshe vs. Northern Michigan, 2/8/1993 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (5-5), Chelsey MacNeill vs Saginaw Valley State, 1/29/2004 Most Free Throws Attempted: 16, Jenny Sorenson vs. Northern Michigan, 1/18/1999 Most Free Throws Made: 14, Mary Fisher vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/9/1986 Best Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (14-14), Mary Fisher vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/9/1986 Most Rebounds: 20, Darla Innes vs. Ferris State, 1/16/1992; Sharon Walton vs. Hillsdale, 1/28/1984 Most Assists: 14, Karen Filppula vs. Northland, 12/4/1982 Most Blocked Shots: 6, Carie Pejka vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/17/1991 Most Steals: 9, Clara Goggins vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2/10/2000; Shannon Bartos vs. Northland, 11/21/1989 Most Points: 35, Mary Fisher vs. Hillsdale, 2/7/1987

Season Most Field Goals Attempted: 479, Jenny Postlewaite, 1992-93 Most Field Goals Made: 214, Andrea Novak, 2003-04 Best Field Goal Percentage: .583, Janalee Rondorf (102-175), 1998-99 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 206, Katie Zimmerman, 2008-09 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 99, Katie Zimmerman, 2008-09 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .481 (99-206), Katie Zimmerman, 2008-09 Most Free Throws Attempted: 167, Allison Bailey, 1999-00 Most Free Throws Made: 137, Allison Bailey, 1999-00 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made: 39, Katie Zimmerman, 2007-08 Best Free Throw Percentage: .977, Katie Zimmerman, 2007-08 Most Rebounds: 356, Katie Wysocky, 2008-09 Highest Rebounding Average: 10.6, Sharon Walton, 1983-84 Most 10-Or-More Rebound Games: 21, Katie Wysocky, 2008-09 Most Personal Fouls: 101, Laurel Aamodt, 1995-96 Most Disqualifications: 16, Pam Dostal, 1977-78 Most Assists: 189, Catherine Rottier, 2007-08 Most Blocked Shots: 64, Danae Danen, 2008-09 Most Steals: 118, Clara Goggins, 1999-00 Most Points: 546, Jenny Postlewaite, 1992-93 Highest Scoring Average: 19.0, Andrea Novak, 2003-04 Most 30-Or-More Point Games: 3, Andrea Novak, 2003-04 Most 20-Or-More Point Games: 13, D. J. Evans, 1983-84

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Amanda Sieja (2002-06) shattered the school record for career field goal percentage with her .551 accuracy. The Middleton, Wis., native finished 11th all-time in scoring with 1,178 career points.


Season Best Winning Percentage: .909 (30-3), 1992-93 Most Wins: 30 (30-3), 1992-93 Fewest Wins: 1 (1-18), 1980-81 Most Losses: 20 (6-20), 1984-85; (7-20), 1985-86; (7-20), 1986-87 Fewest Losses: 3 (30-3), 1992-93; (28-3), 1998-99 Most Games Played: 34, 2008-09 (27-7) Most Home Wins: 14 (14-3) 2007-08; (14-0), 1998-99; (14-3) 1994-95; (14-1), 1992-93 Most Road Wins: 15 (15-2), 1998-99 Most Home Losses: 9 (1-9), 1980-81; (3-9), 1986-87 Most Road Losses: 13 (3-13), 1984-85 Fewest Home Wins: 1 (1-9), 1980-81 Fewest Road Wins: 0 (0-9), 1980-81 Fewest Home Losses: 0 (5-0), 1975-76; (14-0), 1998-99 Fewest Road Losses: 1 (13-1), 1992-93 Longest Winning Streak: 16, 1990-91 Longest Home Winning Streak: 10, 1990-91; 1992-93; 2000-01 Longest Road Winning Streak: 10, 1992-93; 2000-01 Longest Losing Streak: 18, 1980-82 Longest Home Losing Streak: 10, 1980-82 Longest Road Losing Streak: 12, 1979-81 Most Field Goals Attempted: 2,148, 1992-93 Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 1,269, 1980-81 Most Field Goals Made: 948, 1998-99 Fewest Field Goals Made: 300, 1975-76 Best Field Goal Percentage: .486 (948-1950), 1998-99 Worst Field Goal Percentage: .311 (490-1575), 1977-78 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 631, 2008-09 Fewest 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 34, 1986-87 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 262, 2008-09 Fewest 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 8, 1986-87; 1987-88 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .415 (262-631), 2008-09 Worst 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .182 (8-44), 1987-88 Most Free Throws Attempted: 705, 1997-98 Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 236, 1975-76 Most Free Throws Made: 491, 1997-98 Fewest Free Throws Made: 108, 1975-76 Best Free Throw Percentage: .804 (489-608), 2008-09 Worst Free Throw Percentage: .458 (108-236), 1975-76 Most Points: 2,535, 1992-93 Fewest Points: 708, 1975-76 Highest Scoring Average: 81.4, 1998-99 Lowest Scoring Average: 50.4, 1980-81 Most Points Allowed: 2,064, 1992-93 Fewest Points Allowed: 637, 1975-76 Highest Scoring Average Allowed: 76.0, 1984-85 Lowest Scoring Average Allowed: 56.6, 2004-05 Highest Scoring Margin: +24.3, 1998-99 Lowest Scoring Margin: -18.1 (50.4-68.5), 1980-81 Most Rebounds: 1,332, 1982-83 Fewest Rebounds: 904, 1980-81 Highest Rebounding Average: 47.9, 1981-82 Lowest Rebounding Average: 34.8, 2008-09, 2002-03 Most Rebounds Allowed: 1,359, 1982-83 Fewest Rebounds Allowed: 808, 2003-04 Highest Rebounding Average Allowed: 55.0, 1980-81 Lowest Rebounding Average Allowed: 31.8, 2008-09 Highest Rebounding Margin: +6.1, 1998-99 Lowest Rebounding Margin: -7.4 (47.6-55.0), 1980-81; (39.7-47.1), 1987-88 Most Personal Fouls: 595, 1996-97 Fewest Personal Fouls: 297, 1976-77 Most Disqualifications: 37, 1977-78 Fewest Disqualifications: 1, 2005-06 Most Assists: 569, 1998-99 Fewest Assists: 66, 1977-78 Most Blocked Shots: 124, 1989-90 Fewest Blocked Shots: 19, 1979-80 Most Steals: 411, 1998-99 Fewest Steals: 168, 2005-06

Single Game Most Field Goals Attempted: 100, Carthage, 12/10/1982 Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 38, Grand Valley State, 1/5/2006 Most Field Goals Made: 49, Carthage, 12/10/1982 Fewest Field Goals Made: 12, Minnesota Duluth, 12/21/2005; Saginaw Valley State, 1/31/1981; Wayne State, 1/15/1981 Best Field Goal Percentage: .622 (28-45), Minn.-Duluth, 12/05/07 Worst Field Goal Percentage: .196 (12-61), Saginaw Valley State, 1/31/1981 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 41, Saginaw Valley State, 3/1/1997 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 16, St. Cloud State, 11/27/2004 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (2-2), Northland, 11/24/1987; Lake Superior State, 1/18/1990; Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 11/24/1989 Worst 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .000 (0-17), Lewis, 11/17/2007 Most Free Throws Attempted: 40, Oakland, 1/9/1993 Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 2, St. Francis, 12/6/1985 Most Free Throws Made: 34, Grand Valley State, 2/16/1995 Fewest Free Throws Made: 1, Northland, 12/3/1985 Best Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, (18-18), Saginaw Valley State, 1/7/1993 Worst Free Throw Percentage: .142 (2-14), Saginaw Valley State, 12/13/1979 Most Rebounds: 70, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 11/29/1985; Siena Heights, 12/15/1984 Fewest Rebounds: 20, Ferris State, 1/31/2009 Most Personal Fouls: 31, Southern Indiana, 3/6/1998; Ferris State, 1/24/1981; Marycrest, 12/11/1987 Fewest Personal Fouls: 3, Northwood, 12/8/2004 Most Assists: 29, Suomi, 12/18/99; Ferris State, 1/14/1989 Fewest Assists: 1, Oakland, 1/21/1984 Most Blocked Shots: 13, Lake Superior State, 2/14/02 Most Steals: 33, Hamline, 12/3/1982 Most Turnovers: 41, Saginaw Valley State, 1/12/1984 Fewest Turnovers: 4, Northland, 11/24/1987 Most Points: 114, St. Scholastica, 1976-77 Fewest Points: 27, Saginaw Valley State, 1/31/1981 Most Points Allowed: 106, Saginaw Valley State, 1/12/1984 Fewest Points Allowed: 15, Northland, 1975-76 Most Points, One Half: 62, Westminster, 11/21/1998 Fewest Points, One Half: 9, Saginaw Valley State, 1/31/1981 Most Points Allowed, One Half: 60, Saginaw Valley State, 1/12/1984

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Records

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Rebounding

Scoring Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 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 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76

Name Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Sarah Stream Catherine Rottier Amanda Sieja Andrea Novak Andrea Novak Andrea Novak Allison Bailey Allison Bailey Jenny Sorenson Jenny Sorenson Jenny Sorenson Kathy Kruizenga Dawn Zarling Traci Vinopal Jenny Postlewaite Jenny Postlewaite Jenny Postlewaite Jenny Postlewaite Cheri Meier Cheri Meier Mary Fisher Mary Fisher Mary Fisher D. J. Evans Lora Haltenhoff Lora Haltenhoff Jodi Peters D. J. Evans Judy Audit Pam Bosio Pam Bosio Pat Sullivan

GP 34 31 28 28 28 27 28 29 30 30 31 31 29 29 30 29 33 28 29 28 27 27 27 27 26 22 24 23 19 22 23 23 16 13

FGM FTM 180 119 190 92 140 81 148 58 141 63 214 57 194 55 187 36 128 135 174 137 167 101 148 91 215 92 139 68 136 97 152 55 199 127 161 102 171 99 133 85 123 70 142 79 143 92 185 72 160 82 173 64 172 36 139 49 90 39 105 32 — — 73 32 67 29 68 20

Pts 509 500 394 403 345 514 468 426 397 485 468 432 285 387 382 401 546 468 487 355 317 364 378 442 402 410 380 327 219 242 264 156 163 156

Avg 15.0 16.1 14.1 14.4 12.4 19.0* 16.7 14.7 13.2 16.2 15.1 13.9 9.8 13.3 12.7 13.8 16.6 16.7 16.8 12.7 11.7 13.5 14.0 16.4 15.5 18.6 15.8 14.2 11.5 11.0 11.5 7.7 10.2 12.0

Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 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 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78

Field Goal Percentage Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 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 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

Name Danae Danen Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Amanda Sieja Amanda Sieja Amanda Sieja Andrea Novak Andrea Novak Andrea Novak Allison Bailey Janalee Rondorf Janalee Rondorf Janalee Rondorf Janalee Rondorf Shana DeCremer Shana DeCremer Dawn Zarling Carie Pejka Dawn Zarling Carie Pejka D’Andra Poyfair Pam FitzGerald Becky Rick Janette Lutz Mary Fisher Sharon Walton Sandra Davison Lora Haltenhoff D.J. Evans

GP 34 31 26 28 28 27 28 29 30 30 31 31 30 22 30 29 33 29 29 24 27 26 27 27 26 24 28 23 15

FGM-FGA 174-326 190-355 125-233 130-241 141-246 111-198 194-381 187-361 134-234 174-337 102-175 88-171 83-168 80-150 122-231 81-167 155-293 192-373 98-189 109-213 131-284 83-171 115-268 102-227 160-362 116-227 122-225 139-305 79-223

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Name Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Catherine Rottier Catherine Rottier Amanda Sieja Andrea Novak Heather Harden Allison Bailey Clara Goggins Clara Goggins Clara Goggins Laurel Aamodt Laurel Aamodt Shana DeCremer Dawn Zarling Dawn Zarling Darla Innes Dawn Zarling Jenny Postlewaite Cheri Meier Cheri Meier Mary Fisher Mary Fisher Mary Fisher Sharon Walton Sandra Davison Lora Haltenhoff D.J. Evans Pat Sullivan Not Available Geri Meyers

GP 34 31 26 28 29 27 28 24 30 30 31 31 30 29 30 28 33 29 29 28 27 27 27 27 26 24 28 23 15 22

Reb 356 301 190 165 178 146 132 137 165 176 180 173 140 160 185 247 230 186 207 188 145 192 221 226 244 255 214 178 123 208

Avg 10.5 9.7 7.3 5.9 6.1 5.4 4.7 5.7 5.5 5.9 5.8 5.6 4.7 5.5 6.2 8.8 7.0 6.4 7.1 6.7 5.4 7.1 8.2 8.4 9.4 10.6* 7.6 7.7 8.2 9.5

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199

8.6

3-Point Goal Percentage Pct .534 .535 .541 .539 .573 .561 .509 .518 .573 .516 .583* .515 .494 .533 .528 .485 .529 .515 .519 .512 .461 .485 .429 .449 .442 .511 .542 .456 .354

Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Name Katie Zimmerman Katie Zimmerman Katie Zimmerman Catherine Rottier Sarah Stream Jenna Bartels Annie Madden Jill Lehner Elizabeth Pietila Clara Goggins Megan Gardner Clara Goggins Megan Gardner Shelly Pietila Leigh Murphy Leigh Murphy Connie Pleshe Jenny Postlewaite Jenny Postlewaite Kristin Hager Laurie Kiessel Janette Lutz D’Andra Poyfair

*denotes school record

GP 34 31 28 28 29 28 28 28 30 30 30 31 30 29 30 29 33 28 29 28 27 27 27

3M-3A 99-206 78-177 35-79 49-137 40-103 28-60 63-150 30-82 41-102 56-141 28-62 26-64 34-102 17-59 26-69 24-64 75-176 44-103 46-113 11-30 12-30 3-15 8-23

Pct .481* .441 .443 .358 .388 .467 .420 .366 .402 .397 .452 .409 .333 .288 .377 .375 .426 .427 .407 .367 .400 .200 .348


Free Throw Percentage Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 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 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

Name Sarah Stream Catherine Rottier Jenna Bartels Amanda Sieja Catherine Rottier Andrea Novak Andrea Novak Andrea Novak Allison Bailey Allison Bailey Clara Goggins Clara Goggins Megan Gardner Kim Hoppes Kathie Kruizenga Traci Vinopal Leigh Murphy Jenny Postlewaite Jenny Postlewaite Jenny Postlewaite Cheri Meier D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Laurie Kiessel Mary Fisher Mary Fisher Mary Fisher D.J. Evans Sharon Walton Lora Haltenhoff D.J. Evans

GP 34 30 28 28 29 27 28 29 30 30 31 31 30 29 30 22 29 33 28 29 24 27 26 27 27 26 22 28 23 15

FTM-FTA 62-73 78-91 47-54 81-97 45-50 57-67 55-63 36-45 135-155 137-167 45-57 59-75 37-46 52-68 40-52 50-65 58-74 127-160 102-127 99-120 59-73 50-67 43-52 92-103 72-85 82-98 64-84 56-80 49-70 31-46

Assists Pct .849 .857 .870 .835 .900* .851 .873 .800 .871 .820 .789 .787 .804 .765 .769 .769 .784 .794 .803 .825 .808 .746 .827 .893 .847 .837 .762 .700 .700 .674

Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 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 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

Name Sarah Stream Catherine Rottier Sarah Stream Catherine Rottier Catherine Rottier Chelsey MacNeill Annie Madden Elizabeth Pietila Elizabeth Pietila Megan Gardner Megan Gardner Clara Goggins Megan Gardner Shelly Pietila Dawn Zarling Dawn Zarling Dawn Zarling Jenny Postlewaite Dawn Zarling Shannon Bartos D’Andra Poyfair-Walter D’Andra Poyfair-Walter D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Janette Lutz Janette Lutz Jill Merrick Karen Filppula Jodi Peters Cindy Reynolds

GP 34 30 28 28 29 27 28 29 30 30 30 31 30 29 30 29 33 28 29 28 27 22 27 27 24 21 27 23 19

Assists 159 189 87 98 73 73 85 130 101 117 110 93 72 111 106 113 105 85 115 129 118 99 109 87 55 72 123 82 43

Avg 4.7 6.3* 3.1 3.5 2.5 2.7 3.0 4.5 3.4 3.9 3.7 3.0 2.4 3.8 3.5 3.9 3.2 3.0 4.0 4.6 4.4 4.5 4.0 3.2 2.3 3.4 4.6 3.6 2.3

Steals Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 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 1981-82 1980-81

Name Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Jenna Bartels Catherine Rottier Catherine Rottier Andrea Novak Maria Schneider Tessa Pernsteiner Elizabeth Pietila Clara Goggins Clara Goggins Clara Goggins Kathie Kruizenga Laurel Aamodt Dawn Zarling Dawn Zarling Jenny Postlewaite Dawn Zarling Jenny Postlewaite Dawn Zarling Shannon Bartos D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Janette Lutz D’Andra Poyfair-Walter D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Janette Lutz Cathy Drzewiecki Jill Merrick

GP 34 31 28 28 29 27 28 29 30 30 31 31 30 29 30 28 33 33 28 29 28 27 27 27 27 24 23 19

Steals 52 49 35 29 37 47 50 53 51 118 107 88 63 56 67 94 87 87 83 83 76 84 62 53 43 29 33 39

Avg 1.5 1.6 1.3 1.0 1.3 1.7 1.8 1.8 1.7 3.9* 3.5 2.8 2.1 1.9 2.2 3.4 2.6 2.6 3.0 2.9 2.7 3.1 2.3 2.0 1.6 1.2 1.4 2.1

Elizabeth Pietala (1998-02) led the Huskies in assists twice (2000-01 and 2001-02) and steals once (200001) during her career. The Hancock, Mich., native set the school record for assists in a season with 130 during the 2001-02 campaign. She currently ranks fifth all-time at Tech in career assists (363) and sixth in career steals (185).

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Records

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Career Points (all 1,000 point scorers) Player Jenny Postlewaite Andrea Novak Allison Bailey Jenny Sorenson Dawn Zarling Katie Wysocky Clara Goggins Mary Fisher Carie Pejka Krista Hofmann Cheri Meier Amanda Sieja Traci Vinopal Sarah Stream Catherine Rottier D.J. Evans D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Jodi Peters

Season 3-Point Pct (min 50 att)

Seasons Points 1989-93 1,856 2000-04 1,710 1997-01 1,561 1996-99, 00-01 1,519 1990-91, 92-95 1,398 2006-pres. 1,334 1996-00 1,315 1983-87 1,250 1988-92 1,199 1996-00 1,181 1986-90 1,180 2002-06 1,178 1991-95 1,144 2006-pres. 1,109 2003-08 1,104 1979-82, 83-84 1,092 1985-89 1,077 1979-83 1,048

Season Points Player Jenny Postlewaite Andrea Novak Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Jenny Postlewaite Allison Bailey Andrea Novak Jenny Sorenson Jenny Postlewaite Carie Pejka

Season 1992-93 2003-04 2008-09 2007-08 1990-91 1999-00 2002-03 1998-99 1991-92 1991-92

Points 546 514 509 500 487 485 468 468 468 445

Career Field Goal Pct (min 700 att) Player Amanda Sieja Katie Wysocky Andrea Novak Danae Danen Dawn Zarling Allison Bailey Clara Goggins Carie Pejka Krista Hofmann Traci Vinopal

Seasons 2002-06 2006-pres. 2000-04 2006-pres. 90-91, 92-95 1997-01 1996-00 1988-92 1996-00 1991-95

FG-FGA 467-848 496-932 729-1389 377-725 509-995 546-1047 493-1029 523-1120 406-893 434-954

Pct .551 .532 .525 520 .512 .507 .479 .464 .455 .455

Season Field Goal Pct (min 150 att) Player Janalee Rondorf Amanda Sieja Andrea Novak Amanda Sieja Allison Bailey Sandra Davison Katie Wysocky Amanda Sieja Katie Wysocky Danae Danen

Season 1998-99 2004-05 2000-01 2003-04 1998-99 1982-83 2006-07 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09

FG-FGA 102-175 141-246 134-234 111-198 131-235 122-225 101-261 130-241 190-355 174-326

Pct .583 .573 .573 .561 .557 .542 .541 .539 .535 .534

Career 3-Point Pct (min 100 att) Player Katie Zimmerman Clara Goggins Sarah Stream Tara Ferris Leigh Murphy Andrea Novak Katie Wysocky Emily McClone Chelsey MacNeill Jenny Postlewaite

Seasons 3PT-3PTA Pct 2006-pres. 212-462 .459 1996-00 130-317 .410 2004-pres. 102-251 .406 2006-pres. 63-164 .384 1991-95 50-133 .376 2000-04 70-186 .376 2006-pres. 66-176 .375 1999-03 76-205 .371 2002-05 76-205 .371 1989-93 115-312 .369

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Player Katie Zimmerman Jenna Bartels Megan Gardner Clara Goggins Katie Zimmerman Katie Zimmerman Sarah Stream Jenny Postlewaite Connie Pleshe Annie Madden

Career Assists

Season 3PT-3PTA Pct 2008-09 99-206 .481 2003-04 28-60 .467 1998-99 28-62 .452 1998-99 43-96 .448 2006-07 35-79 .443 2007-08 78-177 .441 2006-07 33-75 .440 1991-92 44-103 .427 1992-93 75-176 .426 2002-03 63-150 .420

Pct .853 .846 .829 .801 .799 .787 .769 .755 .748 .745

Player Catherine Rottier Sarah Stream Elizabeth Pietila Shannon Bartos Karen Filppula D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Megan Gardner Dawn Zarling Clara Goggins Dawn Zarling

Pct .900 .893 .873 .871 .870 .857 .851 .849 .847 .842 .840

Player Clara Goggins Dawn Zarling Jenny Postlewaite D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Carie Pejka Elizabeth Pietila Krista Hofmann Jenny Sorenson Leigh Murphy Terri Sorenson

Seasons Rebounds 90-91, 92-95 866 2006-pres. 847 1983-87 716 1989-93 700 1996-00 656 1986-90 645 1988-93 625 1997-01 603 2003-08 598 2000-04 578

Player Clara Goggins Clara Goggins Dawn Zarling Clara Goggins Jenny Postlewaite Dawn Zarling D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Jenny Postlewaite Dawn Zarling Carrie Pejka

Seasons 1983-87 2000-04 2004-pres. 2003-08 1989-93 1996-00 2006-pres. 1996-01 1997-01 1991-95

FT-FTA 250-293 182-215 179-216 213-266 413-517 199-253 276-359 352-466 461-616 181-243

Season 2004-05 1986-87 2002-03 2000-01 2006-07 2007-08 2003-04 2008-09 1985-86 2002-03 2003-04

FT-FTA 45-50 92-103 55-63 135-155 47-54 78-91 57-67 62-73 72-85 48-57 42-50

Career Rebounds Player Dawn Zarling Katie Wysocky Mary Fisher Jenny Postlewaite Clara Goggins Cheri Meier Darla Innes Allison Bailey Caterine Rottier Andrea Novak

Season 2008-09 2007-08 1983-84 1993-94 1984-85 1992-93 1985-86 1986-87 1982-83 1981-82

Assists 189 159 130 129 123 118 117 115 113 113

Seasons 1996-00 1990-91, 92-95 1989-93 1985-89 1988-92 1998-02 1996-00 1996-01 1991-95 1990-94

Steals 363 331 259 237 228 185 182 177 175 168

Season Steals

Season Rebounds Player Katie Wysocky Katie Wysocky Sharon Walton Dawn Zarling Mary Fisher Dawn Zarling Mary Fisher Mary Fisher Sandra Davison Lora Haltenhoff

Season 2007-08 2008-09 2001-02 1989-90 1982-83 1988-89 1999-00 1990-91 1999-00 1993-94

Career Steals

Season Free Throw Pct (min 50 att) Player Catherine Rottier Mary Fisher Andrea Novak Allison Bailey Jenna Bartels Catherine Rottier Andrea Novak Sarah Stream Mary Fisher Annie Madden Maria Schneider

Seasons Assists 2003-08 439 1990-91, 92-95 439 1985-89 409 1996-00 382 1996-00 370 1998-02 363 2004-present 323 1986-90 305 1989-93 291 1990-94 286

Season Assists

Career Free Throw Pct (min 200 att) Player Mary Fisher Andrea Novak Sarah Stream Catherine Rottier Jenny Postlewaite Clara Goggins Katie Wysocky Jenny Sorenson Allison Bailey Traci Vinopal

Player Catherine Rottier Dawn Zarling D’Andra Poyfair-Walter Megan Gardner Clara Goggins Elizabeth Pietila Sarah Stream Shannon Bartos Jenny Postlewaite Terri Sorenson

Season 1999-00 1998-99 1993-94 1997-98 1992-93 1992-93 1988-89 1991-92 1990-91 1991-92

Steals 118 107 94 88 87 87 84 83 83 80

Career Games Played Rebounds 356 301 255 247 244 230 226 221 214 213

Player Darla Innes Allison Bailey Jenny Sorenson Megan Gardner Krista Hofmann Clara Goggins Dawn Zarling Elizabeth Pietila Sara Ferris Jenny Postlewaite Catherine Rottier

Seasons 1988-93 1997-01 1996-01 1996-00 1996-00 1996-00 1990-91, 92-95 1998-02 1996-99 1989-93 2003-08

GP 124 122 121 121 121 120 120 119 119 118 118


All-Time Series Records Opponent

Alma (Mich.) Ashland (Ohio) Bellarmine (Ky.) Bemidji State (Minn.) Bentley (Mass.) Bethel (Minn.) Bryant (R.I.) Carthage (Wis.) Central Michigan Central State (Ohio) Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.) Delta State (Miss.) Denver (Colo.) Ferris State (Mich.) Findlay (Ohio) Finlandia (Suomi) (Mich.) Florida Tech Florida Southern Gannon (Pa.) Grand Valley State (Mich.) Hamline (Minn.) Hillsdale (Mich.) Hope (Mich.) Indianapolis Lake Superior State (Mich.) Lewis (Ill.) Marquette (Wis.) Marycrest (Iowa) Marygrove (Mich.) Mercyhurst (Pa.) Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Morris Minnesota State Mankato Minnesota State Moorhead North Central (Ill.) North Dakota Northern Colorado Northern Kentucky Northern Michigan Northland (Wis.) Northwood (Mich.) Oakland (Mich.) Quincy (Ill.) Rollins (Fla.) Ripon (Wis.) Saginaw Valley St. (Mich.) St. Ambrose (Iowa) St. Cloud State (Minn.) St. Francis (Ill.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Norbert (Wis.) St. Scholastica (Minn.) Siena Heights (Mich.) Southern Ill.-Edwardsville Southern Indiana Southwest Minnesota State Tampa (Fla.) Tennessee-Chattanooga Tiffin (Ohio) Washburn (Kan.) Wayne State (Mich.) Westminster (Pa.) Winona State (Minn.) Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Oshkosh Wisconsin-Parkside Wisconsin-River Falls Wisconsin-Stevens Point Wisconsin-Superior Others

Total

*Neutral game

All Games W L Pct

0 10 2 10 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 37 9 18 0 1 14 35 1 33 1 1 37 5 1 1 3 15 15 1 2 1 1 5 0 1 32 40 39 14 0 1 3 35 1 5 1 2 2 15 1 3 3 2 2 1 2 1 33 2 1 1 3 3 16 1 3 7 13

1 7 2 4 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 23 4 0 1 1 3 29 0 17 0 1 39 3 1 0 0 0 30 0 4 1 1 6 1 3 46 8 14 25 2 0 0 31 1 3 0 1 3 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 2 0 5 1 2 0 2 8 6

552 368

+Overtime

.000 .588 .500 .714 1.000 .000 1.000 .333 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .616 .692 1.000 .000 .500 .824 .547 1.000 .660 1.000 .500 .487 .625 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 1.000 .400 .500 .500 .454 .000 .250 .410 .833 .736 .359 .000 1.000 1.000 .530 .500 .625 1.000 .667 .400 .882 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .717 1.000 .333 1.000 .375 .750 .888 1.000 .600 .467 .684

Home W L

0 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 21 4 13 0 1 7 18 0 17 0 0 20 1 0 0 2 7 10 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 16 26 20 11 0 0 0 18 1 2 0 1 1 10 0 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 18 1 1 0 2 1 8 0 1 3 7

0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 13 0 5 0 0 16 1 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 23 1 6 9 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1

.593 294 124

# Home Game

Away W L

0 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 17 5 3 0 0 4 15 0 13 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 5 5 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 15 11 18 3 0 1 0 15 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 15 1 0 1 1 1 6 0 1 4 2

1 5 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 12 2 0 1 1 3 15 0 11 0 0 22 1 0 0 0 0 17 0 1 1 0 4 1 2 19 7 7 15 1 0 0 15 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 5 1 2 0 1 5 3

199 207

Neutral W L 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 2 1 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 4

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

Series Began

1978-79 (L 86-87)*+ 1995-96 (L 61-74) 1990-91 (L 66-84)* 1986-87 (L 52-84)# 1992-93 (W 74-60) 1987-88 (L 64-78)* 1992-93 (W 79-57)* 1977-78 (L 53-70)* 1979-80 (L 53-95)* 2004-05 (W 51-50)# 1978-79 (L 37-83) 1992-93 (L 67-71)* 1996-97 (W 57-42) 1980-81 (L 67-97) 1997-98 (W 79-33)# 1975-76 (W 70-26)# 1992-93 (L 66-68)+ 2000-01 (L 62-70) 1995-96 (W 78-42)# 1977-78 (L 40-78) 1982-83 (W 104-31) 1981-82 (W 64-59) 1977-78 (W 67-32) 2004-05 (L 54-60) 1975-76 (W 44-40)# 2000-01 (W 88-75) 1982-83 (W 83-75)* 1987-88 (W 91-85)* 2005-06 (W 64-44)* 1995-96 (W 66-46)# 1975-76 (L 30-60) 1998-99 (W 78-38) 1976-77 (L 29-90)* 2007-08 (W 47-44)# 1984-85 (W 89-71)* 1988-89 (L 63-79) 1996-97 (L 60-71) 1998-99 (L 63-65) 1975-76 (L 37-87)* 1975-76 (W 51-15)# 1980-81 (L 45-53) 1980-81 (L 41-64)# 2002-03 (L 52-65) 2006-07 (W 53-47) 1975-76 (W 69-63) 1978-79 (L 55-70)# 1982-83 (L 54-61)* 1982-83 (L 47-64) 1985-86 (W 68-47)* 1991-92 (L 66-76) 1979-80 (L 50-70) 1976-77 (W 114-50) 1984-85 (W 79-65)* 1993-94 (W 69-57)# 1996-97 (W 84-73)# 1988-89 (W 99-65)# 2000-01 (W 57-54) 1995-96 (W 64-51)* 2008-09 (W 83-59)# 1992-93 (W 78-77)+ 1980-81 (L 28-67) 1998-99 (114-38) 1986-87 (L 71-73)* 1991-92 (W 78-66) 1975-76 (W 41-33)# 1978-79 (L 63-101) 1990-91 (W 82-51) 1977-78 (W 67-51)* 1984-85 (L 63-72)* 1975-76 (L 47-54)

Last Meeting

1978-79 (L 86-87)*+ 2008-09 (L 77-80)+ 1996-97 (W 83-80)*+ 2002-03 (W 72-57)# 1992-93 (W 74-60) 1987-88 (L 64-78)* 1992-93 (W 79-57)* 1982-83 (W 104-65)* 1979-80 (L 53-95)* 2004-05 (W 51-50)# 1978-79 (L 37-83) 1992-93 (L 67-71)* 1997-98 (W 71-49)# 2008-09 (W 71-53)# 2008-09 (W 84-47) 2008-09 (W 91-30)# 1992-93 (L 66-68)+ 2004-05 (W 69-57)# 2007-08 (W 76-65) 2008-09 (W 65-56) 1982-83 (W 104-31) 2008-09 (L 69-81)# 1977-78 (W 67-32) 2008-09 (W 69-52)* 2008-09 (W 67-61) 2008-09 (W 69-30)* 1983-84 (L 66-73)* 1987-88 (W 91-85)* 2007-08 (W 77-27)# 2007-08 (W 71-59) 2008-09 (L 58-63)# 1998-99 (W 78-38)# 2008-09 (L 53-61)* 2008-09 (L 66-70) 1985-86 (L 55-64)* 2004-05 (W 65-59)* 1996-97 (L 60-71) 2008-09 (W 76-53)* 2008-09 (W 62-55)# 2007-08 (W 84-29)# 2008-09 (W 70-51) 1996-97 (L 51-58)* 2003-04 (L 64-71)# 2006-07 (W 53-47) 1978-79 (W 54-45) 2008-09 (W 78-42) 1993-94 (W 85-70)# 2007-08 (W 73-70) 1985-86 (W 68-47)* 1995-96 (W 92-57)# 1982-83 (W 65-53)# 2002-03 (W 77-42)# 1984-85 (W 79-65)* 1998-99 (W 87-73)* 2002-03 (W 72-61)# 2003-04 (W 72-56)* 2006-07 (L 50-63)* 1995-96 (W 64-51)* 2008-09 (W 72-63) 1992-93 (W 78-77)+ 2008-09 (W 73-58)# 1999-00 (W 71-30) 2002-03 (L 68-77)* 1991-92 (W 78-66) 1985-86 (L 49-71)* 1990-91 (W 63-49)# 2008-09 (W 68-56) 1977-78 (W 67-51)* 1990-91 (W 75-57)# 1989-90 (W 80-49)#

59 36

2008-09 Opponents in Bold

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Records

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

Year 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

Head Coach Cheryl DePuydt Cheryl DePutdt Cheryl DePutdt Lea Korri Lea Korri Diane Morea Diane Morea Diane Morea Diane Morea/Mary Kaminski Cindy Corlett Cindy Corlett Cindy Corlett Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Kevin Borseth Darla Innes Darla (Innes) Olson Darla Olson Darla Olson Darla Olson John Barnes John Barnes John Barnes John Barnes John Barnes John Barnes 34 Years

1975-76 8-6

Coach: Cheryl DePuydt 12/13 Lake Superior State W 44-40 1/9 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 41-33 1/14 Northland W 51-15 1/19 Suomi W 70-26 1/23 Minnesota Duluth L 30-60 1/24 Wisconsin-Superior L 47-54 1/30 Gogebic L 43-47 2/6 Gogebic W 53-30 2/9 Suomi W 67-32 2/13 Northern Michigan† L 37-87 2/14 Wisconsin-Green Bay† L 41-51 2/14 Ripon† W 69-63 2/19 Northland W 83-43 2/25 Lake Superior State L 32-56 †Wisconsin-Green Bay Invitational

1976-77 7-9 Coach: Cheryl DePuydt 12/3 Minnesota Duluth L 12/4 Mankato State L 12/10 Lake Superior State L 12/18 Suomi W 1/14 Northland W 1/20 Gogebic W 1/25 Lake Superior State L 1/29 Suomi W 1/31 Northern Michigan L 2/4 Gogebic† L 2/5 St. Scholastica† W 2/9 Gogebic L 2/9 Northland W 2/12 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 2/18 Northern Michigan L 2/19 Wisconsin-Superior L †Keweenaw Invitational

39-65 29-90 33-70 85-16 88-41 69-56 65-80 73-37 39-94 43-58 114-50 56-65 59-26 45-43 39-81 50-52

Overall Record Conference Record 8-6 — 7-9 — 9-14 — 10-13 — 8-14 — 1-18 0-14 11-12 5-11 11-17 4-12 6-18 4-12 6-20 3-13 7-20 3-13 7-20 3-13 10-17 3-13 16-11 9-7 17-11 8-8 22-7 14-2 23-6 14-2 30-3 15-1 23-6 15-3 24-6 15-3 18-11 12-6 21-9 15-3 21-10 12-6 28-3 17-2 23-7 16-2 26-4 16-2 19-10 11-7 15-13 10-8 16-11 11-7 21-8 15-3 19-9 14-4 19-9 12-6 23-8 13-5 27-7 19-3 562-367 308-191

1977-78 9-14

Coach: Cheryl DePuydt 12/10 Northern Michigan L 47-71 12/14 Suomi W 63-49 12/17 Lake Superior State L 44-75 1/13 Minnesota Duluth† L 52-70 1/14 Wisconsin-River Falls† W 67-51 1/14 Mankato State† L 52-70 1/18 Suomi W 60-34 1/20 Northland W 59-38 1/21 Northern Michigan L 45-56 1/26 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 67-58 1/28 Lake Superior State L 47-57 1/30 Gogebic W 62-60+ 2/3 St. Scholastica‡ W 64-52 2/4 Gogebic‡ L 52-81 2/10 Wisconsin-Green Bay§ L 48-67 2/10 Carthage§ L 53-70 2/11 Ripon§ W 66-63 2/14 Northland L 55-61 2/17 Gogebic L 61-64 2/24 Wisconsin-Superior L 42-64 2/24 Wisconsin-Superior L 52-55 2/25 Hope W 67-32 2/25 Grand Valley State L 40-78 †Minnesota Duluth Invitational ‡Keweenaw Invitational §Wisconsin-Green Bay Invitational

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Conference Finish — — — — — 8th T-6th 8th T-7th 8th T-8th 8th 9th 3rd T-5th 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 4th 2nd North Div. 3rd North Div. 1st North Div. 1st North Div. 1st North Div. 3rd North Div. T-4th North Div. T-4th North Div. 3rd North Div. 2nd North Div. 4th North Div. 1st North Div. 1st North Div. 9 Championships

GLIAC Tournament — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Runner-up Runner-up Champion Runner-up Runner-up Runner-up Third Place Semifinalist Champion Semifinalist Champion Runner-up Qualified Qualified Qualified Qualified Semifinalist Champion Runner-up 3 Championships

1978-79 10-13 Coach: Lea Korri 12/1 Northland† L 44-49 12/2 Gogebic† W 61-47 12/2 Suomi† W 83-75 12/4 Lake Superior State L 39-101 12/8 Mankato State‡ L 44-76 12/9 Concordia (Minn.)‡ L 37-83 12/14 Lake Superior State L 46-51 12/16 Wisconsin-Superior L 65-68 1/12 Delta College§ W 71-41 1/13 Saginaw Valley State§ L 55-70 1/17 Gogebic W 81-53 1/19 Northland W 59-43 1/20 St. Scholastica W 54-39 1/27 Wisconsin-Oshkosh L 63-101 1/29 Northern Michigan L 50-82 2/1 Saginaw Valley State L 32-50 2/2 Gogebic# W 56-35 2/3 Suomi# W 67-41 2/9 Northland** W 71-50 2/10 Carthage** L 46-80 2/10 Ripon** W 54-45 2/12 Northern Michigan L 51-65 2/18 Alma†† L 86-87& †Northland Tournament ‡Bemidji State Tournament §Saginaw Valley State Invitational #Keweenaw Invitational **Wisconsin-Green Bay Invitational ††SMAIAW Playoff

NCAA Tournament — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Regional Qualifier Regional Qualifier Third in Nation Regional Qualifier Regional Finalist — Regional Finalist Regional Finalist Regional Finalist Regional Finalist Regional Qualifier — — — Regional Qualifier Regional Qualifier — Regional Qualifier Regional Champion 14 Appearances

1979-80 8-14

Coach: Lea Korri 11/30 Gogebic† W 63-51 12/1 Suomi† W 62-46 12/5 Northern Michigan L 44-67 12/8 Minnesota Duluth W 52-48 12/10 Lake Superior State L 43-80 12/13 Saginaw Valley State L 36-64 12/20 Wisconsin-Superior L 60-80 1/11 Northwood W 75-56 1/12 Saginaw Valley State L 46-68 1/16 Lake Superior State L 54-65 1/19 St. Scholastica W 69-44 1/21 St. Norbert L 50-70 1/26 Wisconsin-Superior L 51-79 1/29 Northland W 63-34 1/30 Gogebic L 66-73 2/1 Central Michigan L 53-95 2/5 Northern Michigan L 52-95 2/8 Northland‡ W 71-47 2/8 Wisconsin-Green Bay‡ L 45-80 2/9 St. Norbert‡ L 63-91 2/14 Gogebic W 56-54 2/28 Lake Superior State L 71-78 †Northland Tournament; ‡UWGB Tournament


1980-81 1-18 GLIAC Record: 0-14 (8th place) Coach: Diane Morea 12/3 Northland W 12/10 Northern Michigan L 12/11 Lake Superior State* L 12/18 Oakland* L 12/20 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/8 Wayne State* L 1/10 Northwood* L 1/15 St. Norbert L 1/17 Grand Valley State* L 1/19 Ferris State* L 1/22 Northland L 1/26 Oakland* L 1/29 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/31 Northwood* L 2/5 Northern Michigan L 2/7 Wayne State* L 2/11 Ferris State* L 2/14 Lake Superior State* L 2/19 Grand Valley State* L

52-42 58-62 54-75 41-64 39-66 28-67 45-53 52-60 43-58 67-97 57-64 51-64 27-65 65-70 46-73 37-100 59-69 75-78+ 62-75

1981-82 11-12 GLIAC Record: 5-11 (6th place, tie) Coach: Diane Morea 12/1 Northland L 12/4 Gogebic W 12/5 Northland W 12/8 Northern Michigan L 12/10 Lake Superior State* W 12/12 Ferris State* W 12/19 Hillsdale* W 1/7 Oakland* L 1/9 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/14 Wayne State* W 1/16 Northwood* L 1/21 Grand Valley State* L 1/23 Hillsdale* W 1/28 Oakland* L 1/30 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/4 Wayne State* W 2/6 Northwood* W 2/11 Northland W 2/13 Ferris State* L 2/15 St. Norbert W 2/18 Lake Superior State* L 2/20 Grand Valley State* L 3/1 Northern Michigan L

60-66 59-43 70-69+ 41-59 67-66 86-68 64-59 73-84 55-85 57-58! 54-64 62-69 70-58 62-71 46-68 51-52! 55-49 68-41 62-81 69-56 61-69 74-80 62-79

1982-83 11-17 GLIAC Record: 4-12 (8th place) Coach: Diane Morea 11/27 St. Cloud State L 47-64 11/29 Northland L 73-75 12/3 Hamline† W 104-31 12/4 Northland† W 96-53 12/8 Northern Michigan L 64-70 12/10 Carthage‡ W 104-65 12/11 St. Ambrose‡ L 54-61 12/11 Marquette‡ W 83-75 12/18 Lake Superior State* W 77-72 1/6 St. Scholastica W 73-36 1/8 Grand Valley State* L 84-91 1/13 Ferris State* L 89-93 1/15 Saginaw Valley State* L 62-86 1/17 Northwood* L 50-59 1/20 Northland W 83-53 1/22 Wayne State* W 65-60 1/24 Oakland* L 72-98 1/26 St. Norbert W 65-53 1/29 Northern Michigan L 51-66 1/31 Hillsdale* W 83-72 2/3 Lake Superior State* L 67-74 2/5 Ferris State* L 73-79 2/7 Grand Valley State* W 63-62 2/10 Saginaw Valley State* L 59-82 2/12 Northwood* L 54-60 2/17 Wayne State* L 67-71 2/19 Oakland* L 40-101 2/26 Hillsdale* L 70-74 †Northland Inv.; ‡UW-Stevens Point Tourn.

Key: *conference game home games in bold

+ overtime game & double overtime game ! won by forfeit

1983-84 6-18 GLIAC Record: 4-12 (7th place, tie) Coach: Diane Morea and Mary Kaminski 11/30 Northland W 68-63 12/2 Vermilion† W 74-50 12/3 Northland† L 79-82 12/7 Northern Michigan L 54-69 12/9 Marquette‡ L 56-72 12/10 Lake Superior State‡ L 66-73 12/15 Lake Superior State* W 73-72 1/5 Grand Valley State* W 75-72 1/7 Ferris State* L 59-76 1/12 Saginaw Valley State* L 44-106 1/14 Northwood* L 66-78 1/16 Northland L 62-63 1/19 Wayne State* L 61-67 1/21 Oakland* L 50-70 1/28 Hillsdale* W 76-65 1/30 Lake Superior State* W 94-88& 2/2 Grand Valley State* L 50-73 2/4 Ferris State* L 61-87 2/9 Saginaw Valley State* L 48-81 2/11 Northwood* L 63-67 2/14 Northern Michigan L 58-69 2/16 Wayne State* L 61-71 2/18 Oakland* L 51-64 2/25 Hillsdale* L 69-83 †Northland Invitational ‡Wisconsin-Stevens Point Classic

Mary Fisher (1983-87) ranks sixth in career scoring (1,250 points) and second in career rebounding (716) at Michigan Tech. She led the Huskies in both scoring and rebounding during her final three seasons in a black and gold uniform (1984-85, 1985-86, and 1986-87).

1984-85 6-20 GLIAC Record: 3-13 (8th place) Coach: Cindy Corlett 11/30 Wisconsin-Green Bay† L 54-94 12/1 North Central† W 89-71 12/7 Wisconsin-Stevens Point‡ L 63-72 12/8 Minnesota Duluth‡ L 56-70 12/14 Northwood§ L 54-78 12/15 Siena Heights§ W 79-65 12/17 Lake Superior State* L 51-80 12/20 Hillsdale* W 80-67 1/3 Grand Valley State* L 56-83 1/5 Ferris State* L 69-73 1/10 Saginaw Valley State* L 47-96 1/12 Northwood* L 69-83 1/17 Wayne State* L 57-65 1/19 Oakland* W 81-70 1/21 Northland L 75-89 1/24 Northern Michigan L 50-72 1/26 Northland W 80-57 1/31 Grand Valley State* L 59-71 2/2 Ferris State* L 59-69 2/4 Lake Superior State* L 55-84 2/7 Saginaw Valley State* L 59-104 2/9 Northwood* L 49-70 2/11 Northern Michigan L 53-78 2/14 Wayne State* L 46-76 2/16 Oakland* L 49-73 2/23 Hillsdale* W 69-67 †Wisconsin-Green Bay Tournament ‡Wisconsin-Stevens Point Tournament §Grand Valley State Laker Classic

1985-86 7-20

GLIAC Record: 3-13 (8th place, tie) Coach: Cindy Corlett 11/26 Northland W 87-75 11/29 Wisconsin-Oshkosh† W 73-55 11/30 Minnesota Duluth† L 62-74 12/3 Northland W 71-58 12/6 St. Francis‡ W 68-47 12/7 Wisconsin-Green Bay‡ L 49-71 12/8 North Central‡ L 55-64 12/10 Minnesota Duluth L 60-81 12/14 Wisconsin-Stevens Point L 43-61 12/16 Lake Superior State* L 55-69 1/4 Ferris State* L 52-61 1/6 Grand Valley State* L 62-85 1/9 Saginaw Valley State* L 69-100 1/11 Northwood* W 83-81 1/13 Northern Michigan L 53-82 1/16 Wayne State* L 61-63 1/18 Oakland* L 60-87 1/22 Northern Michigan L 53-77 1/25 Hillsdale* L 62-71 1/27 Lake Superior State* L 52-79 1/30 Grand Valley State* L 50-66 2/1 Ferris State* L 66-72 2/6 Saginaw Valley State* L 59-91 2/8 Northwood* L 70-104 2/13 Wayne State* W 74-73 2/15 Oakland* W 73-68 2/22 Hillsdale* L 56-66 †American Family Classic (at Minnesota Duluth) ‡Wisconsin-Green Bay Invitational

1986-87 7-20

GLIAC Record: 3-13 (8th place) Coach: Cindy Corlett 11/22 Bemidji State L 52-84 11/25 Northland W 74-54 11/29 Wisconsin-Superior W 70-58 12/2 Northern Michigan L 63-77 12/6 Lake Superior State† L 50-86 12/7 Northland† W 70-50 12/9 Northland W 68-45 12/12 Minnesota Duluth‡ L 65-80 12/13 Winona State‡ L 71-73 12/15 Lake Superior State* L 58-84 1/7 Wisconsin-Superior L 68-77 1/10 Hillsdale* L 74-78 1/15 Ferris State* L 46-66 1/17 Grand Valley State* L 51-67 1/19 Lake Superior State* L 48-91 1/22 Northwood* L 78-80 1/24 Saginaw Valley State* L 46-90 1/29 Oakland* L 59-78 1/31 Wayne State* W 83-63 2/5 Northern Michigan L 42-76 2/7 Hillsdale* W 82-76+ 2/12 Ferris State* L 61-70 2/14 Grand Valley State* L 52-69 2/19 Northwood* L 69-77 2/21 Saginaw Valley State* L 54-77 2/26 Oakland* L 63-97 2/28 Wayne State* W 69-55 †Upper Peninsula Classic (at Northern Michigan) ‡Twin Ports Classic (at Minnesota Duluth)

1987-88 10-17

GLIAC Record: 3-13 (9th place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/21 Wisconsin-Superior W 72-52 11/24 Northland W 86-64 11/27 Minnesota Duluth† L 54-73 11/28 Bethel† L 64-78 12/1 Wisconsin-Superior W 68-58 12/3 Minnesota Duluth L 67-78 12/5 St. Scholastica L 59-81 12/12 Marycrest‡ W 91-85 12/13 Northland‡ W 83-76 12/14 St. Scholastica W 87-82 12/17 Lake Superior State* L 57-82 1/7 Oakland* L 62-80 1/9 Wayne State* L 63-75 1/13 Northern Michigan* L 69-75 1/16 Hillsdale* W 71-67 1/18 Lake Superior State* L 65-104 1/21 Ferris State* L 71-73 1/23 Grand Valley State* L 56-71 1/30 Saginaw Valley State* L 72-89 2/4 Oakland* L 56-83 2/6 Wayne State* W 68-59 2/10 Northern Michigan* L 74-79 2/13 Hillsdale* L 73-78 2/18 Ferris State* W 87-73 2/20 Grand Valley State* L 45-87 2/25 Northwood W 73-66 2/27 Saginaw Valley State* L 61-65 †American Family Classic (at Minnesota Duluth) ‡Northland Tournament

1988-89

GLIAC Record: 9-7 (3rd place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/22 Northland W 11/23 Winona State W 11/28 Wisconsin-Superior W 11/29 Minnesota Duluth L 12/3 Southwest State W 12/5 Northland W 12/7 Northern Michigan* L 12/13 Wisconsin-Superior W 12/15 North Dakota L 12/16 Bemidji State L 12/19 Minnesota Duluth L 1/5 Hillsdale* W 1/12 Grand Valley State* W 1/14 Ferris State* W 1/19 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/21 Lake Superior State* W 1/26 Wayne State* W 1/28 Oakland* L 2/2 Hillsdale* W 2/4 Northwood W 2/6 Northern Michigan* L 2/9 Grand Valley State* L 2/11 Ferris State* W 2/16 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/18 Lake Superior State* W 2/23 Wayne State* W 2/25 Oakland* L

16-11 60-54 81-69 73-45 69-75 99-65 82-51 58-70 84-47 63-79 60-68 63-82 74-64 70-68 92-68 59-86 84-80 79-73 58-77 82-72 74-62 72-82 70-75 73-52 83-86 82-81 61-54 48-90

1989-90 17-11

GLIAC Record: 8-8 (5th place, tie) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/21 Northland W 88-52 11/24 Wisconsin-Stevens Point† W 72-64 11/25 Minnesota Duluth† L 66-83 11/29 St. Scholastica W 84-73 12/6 Northern Michigan* L 53-91 12/7 North Dakota L 62-76 12/14 Wisconsin-Stevens Point W 97-88& 12/16 Wisconsin-Oshkosh W 77-64 1/5 Minnesota Duluth L 71-73 1/6 Hillsdale* W 96-66 1/11 Ferris State* W 60-48 1/13 Grand Valley State* L 65-73 1/15 Wisconsin-Superior W 78-43 1/18 Lake Superior State* L 66-69 1/20 Saginaw Valley State* L 55-60 1/23 Wisconsin-Superior W 80-49 1/25 Oakland* L 72-81 1/27 Wayne State* W 66-63 1/30 Northland W 82-50 2/1 Northwood W 74-67 2/3 Hillsdale* W 87-67 2/8 Ferris State* W 59-58 2/10 Grand Valley State* L 62-75 2/12 Northern Michigan* W 69-54 2/15 Lake Superior State* W 81-67 2/17 Saginaw Valley State* L 68-69+ 2/22 Oakland* L 76-80 2/24 Wayne State* W 73-59 †American Family Classic (at Minnesota Duluth)

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Records

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

1990-91 22-7

1993-94 23-6

1991-92

1994-95 24-6

GLIAC Record: 14-2 (1st place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/20 Northland W 88-54 11/24 Wisconsin-Oshkosh W 63-49 11/27 Minnesota Duluth L 67-80 12/1 Northwood W 59-53 12/3 Northland W 81-35 12/8 Northern Michigan* L 69-73 12/12 Wisconsin-Stevens Point W 75-57 12/18 Minnesota Duluth L 53-63 12/19 St. Scholastica L 66-70 1/3 Hillsdale* W 93-70 1/10 Grand Valley State* W 76-50 1/12 Ferris State* W 71-70 1/14 St. Scholastica W 74-64 1/17 Saginaw Valley State* W 64-61 1/19 Lake Superior State* W 72-45 1/24 Wayne State* W 66-62 1/26 Oakland* W 81-66 1/28 Northern Michigan* W 74-68 1/31 Hillsdale* W 86-42 2/2 Wisconsin-Parkside W 82-51 2/7 Grand Valley State* W 63-59+ 2/9 Ferris State* W 75-60 2/14 Saginaw Valley State* W 74-50 2/16 Lake Superior State* W 50-49 2/21 Wayne State* W 73-52 2/23 Oakland* L 51-59 3/1 Grand Valley State† W 85-76 3/2 Northern Michigan† L 64-66 3/8 Bellarmine‡ L 66-84 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Northern Kentucky)

23-6

GLIAC Record: 14-2 (1st place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/27 St. Scholastica W 64-49 11/29 Bemidji State L 59-81 11/30 North Dakota L 66-74 12/7 St. Cloud State W 80-54 12/10 Minnesota Duluth W 65-50 12/14 St. Cloud State W 74-59 12/16 St. Scholastica W 84-46 1/4 Wisconsin-Eau Claire W 78-66 1/7 Minnesota Duluth W 88-48 1/11 Hillsdale* W 87-43 1/13 Northern Michigan* W 83-81 1/16 Ferris State* W 59-41 1/18 Grand Valley State* W 70-57 1/23 Lake Superior State* W 86-71 1/25 Saginaw Valley State* W 66-54 1/28 Hillsdale* W 82-53 1/30 Oakland* L 56-71 2/1 Wayne State* W 80-52 2/8 Wisconsin-Parkside W 70-45 2/13 Ferris State* W 48-47 2/15 Grand Valley State* W 57-49 2/17 Northern Michigan* L 54-65 2/20 Lake Superior State* W 54-52 2/22 Saginaw Valley State* W 76-61 2/27 Oakland* W 85-71 2/29 Wayne State* W 78-57 3/6 Lake Superior State† W 61-53 3/7 Northern Michigan† L 60-61 3/13 St. Joseph’s‡ L 66-76 ‡NCAA Tournament (at St. Joseph’s)

1992-93 30-3

GLIAC Record: 15-1 (1st place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/20 Minnesota Duluth W 76-60 11/27 North Dakota W 86-71 11/28 Bemidji State W 77-56 12/1 Minnesota Duluth W 85-58 12/5 Wisconsin-Parkside W 72-70 12/10 Grand Valley State* W 81-67 12/12 Ferris State* W 89-67 12/17 Northwood W 81-35 12/19 Lake Superior State* W 77-65 1/2 Bryant‡ W 79-57 1/3 Florida Tech‡ L 66-68+ 1/7 Saginaw Valley State* W 73-70 1/9 Oakland* W 90-66 1/14 Hillsdale* W 83-72 1/16 Wayne State* W 75-40 1/23 Northern Michigan* W 71-70 1/28 Grand Valley State* W 71-64 1/30 Ferris State* W 68-57 2/4 Northwood W 81-52 2/6 Lake Superior State* W 64-56 2/8 Northern Michigan* L 73-80 2/11 Saginaw Valley State* W 86-70 2/13 Oakland* W 68-62 2/18 Hillsdale* W 75-60 2/20 Wayne State* W 79-50 3/1 Wisconsin-Parkside W 71-48 3/5 Oakland† W 80-71 3/6 Saginaw Valley State† W 70-63 3/12 Bellarmine§ W 92-73 3/13 Saginaw Valley State§ W 77-58 3/20 Washburn§ W 78-77+ 3/26 Delta State§ L 67-71 3/27 Bentley§ W 74-60 §NCAA Tournament (multiple locations) ‡Florida Tech Holiday Classic

GLIAC Record: 15-3 (2nd place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/23 Minnesota Duluth W 67-56 11/26 Bemidji State W 68-65 11/27 North Dakota L 61-65 12/4 Wayne State* W 90-67 12/11 Northern Michigan* W 67-66 12/16 Wisconsin-Parkside W 61-51 12/18 Hillsdale* W 91-50 12/30 St. Ambrose W 85-70 1/2 Minnesota Duluth W 83-77 1/6 Grand Valley State* W 78-74 1/8 Ferris State* W 72-64+ 1/13 Northwood* W 74-55 1/15 Lake Superior State* W 76-69 1/20 Saginaw Valley State* W 51-43 1/22 Oakland* L 73-82 1/27 Hillsdale* W 72-60 1/29 Wayne State* L 59-61 2/5 Northern Michigan* W 69-62 2/10 Grand Valley State* W 70-48 2/12 Ferris State* W 88-56 2/17 Northwood* W 81-49 2/19 Lake Superior State* L 72-79 2/24 Saginaw Valley State* W 83-68 2/26 Oakland* W 72-64 2/28 Wisconsin-Parkside W 70-49 3/4 Lake Superior State† W 69-68 3/5 Oakland† L 72-74 3/8 SIU-Edwardsville‡ W 69-57 3/11 Bellarmine‡ L 54-59 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Michigan Tech, Oakland) GLIAC Record: 15-3 (1st place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/25 Bemidji State W 89-57 11/26 Minnesota Duluth W 69-64 11/29 North Dakota W 63-60 12/3 Mankato State W 78-67 12/10 Northern Michigan* W 79-71 12/15 Wisconsin-Parkside W 81-43 12/17 St. Joseph’s W 87-54 12/21 Minnesota Duluth L 60-67 1/2 Wisconsin-Parkside W 88-55 1/5 Hillsdale* L 71-79+ 1/7 Wayne State* W 76-71 1/12 Grand Valley State* W 89-74 1/14 Ferris State* W 72-47 1/19 Oakland* W 77-65 1/21 Saginaw Valley State* L 64-67 1/26 Northwood* W 87-58 1/28 Lake Superior State* L 71-80 1/30 Northern Michigan* W 69-66 2/1 Northwood* W 78-48 2/4 Lake Superior State* W 67-65 2/9 Oakland* W 92-85 2/11 Saginaw Valley State W 83-73 2/16 Grand Valley State* W 84-69 2/18 Ferris State* W 76-51 2/23 Hillsdale* W 81-59 2/25 Wayne State* W 82-63 3/3 Oakland† W 77-62 3/4 Northern Michigan† L 67-74 3/10 Northern Michigan‡ W 68-55 3/11 Oakland‡ L 56-60 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Michigan Tech)

1995-96 18-11 GLIAC Record: 12-6 (4th place) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/18 Mankato State W 11/24 North Dakota L 11/25 Bemidji State L 12/1 UT-Chattanooga W 12/2 Wisconsin-Parkside W 12/4 Northern Michigan* W 12/9 Oakland* L 12/13 Minnesota Duluth L 12/16 St. Joseph’s W 12/30 Minnesota Duluth L 1/4 Northwood* W 1/6 Grand Valley State* W 1/11 Wayne State* W 1/13 Ashland* L 1/18 Mercyhurst* W 1/20 Gannon* W 1/25 Hillsdale* W 1/27 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/1 Ferris State* W 2/3 Lake Superior State* W 2/8 Northern Michigan* L 2/10 Oakland* W 2/15 Ferris State* W 2/17 Grand Valley State* L 2/19 Lake Superior State* L 2/22 Saginaw Valley State* W 2/29 Hillsdale† W 3/1 Oakland† W 3/2 Northern Michigan† L

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73-53 46-76 57-71 64-51 74-51 63-60 52-61 59-76 92-57 62-68 61-51 67-66 63-42 61-74 66-46 78-42 92-90+ 47-49 77-66 71-55 60-65+ 59-58 55-42 67-70 67-76 84-65 58-48 54-51 57-78

1996-97 21-9

GLIAC Record: 15-3 (2nd Place-North Div.) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/17 Wisconsin-Parkside W 73-44 11/23 Bemidji State W 87-70 11/24 Southern Indiana W 84-73 11/30 Minnesota Duluth L 57-62 12/5 Hillsdale* W 79-71 12/7 Wayne State* W 71-56 12/12 Gannon* W 77-53 12/14 Mercyhurst* W 72-63 12/19 Denver W 57-42 12/21 Northern Colorado L 60-71 12/29 Minnesota Duluth L 60-71 1/2 Grand Valley State* W 98-61 1/4 Ferris State* W 71-50 1/9 Saginaw Valley State* W 60-48 1/11 Northwood* W 63-49 1/18 Lake Superior State* W 70-47 1/20 Northern Michigan* L 50-81 1/25 Oakland* W 72-68 2/1 Ashland* W 75-63 2/6 Grand Valley State* L 66-75 2/8 Ferris State* W 72-41 2/13 Saginaw Valley State* W 92-69 2/15 Northwood* W 86-47 2/17 Northern Michigan* L 80-86 2/22 Lake Superior State* W 68-59 2/27 Mercyhurst† W 77-68 2/28 Oakland† L 51-58 3/1 Saginaw Valley State† L 64-71+ 3/6 Bellarmine‡ W 83-80+ 3/7 Southern Indiana‡ L 48-66 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Northern Michigan)

1997-98 21-10 GLIAC Record: 12-6 (3rd Place-North Div.) Coach: Kevin Borseth 11/15 Southern Indiana L 68-84 11/22 Northland W 85-37 11/25 Wisconsin-Parkside W 93-59 11/29 North Dakota W 76-72 12/4 Wayne State* W 86-53 12/6 Ashland* L 73-79 12/13 Denver W 71-49 12/18 Minnesota Duluth L 52-61 12/20 Bemidji State W 70-46 12/29 Minnesota Duluth W 61-54 1/2 Gannon* W 73-55 1/3 Mercyhurst* W 68-48 1/8 Hillsdale* W 85-70 1/10 Findlay* W 79-33 1/15 Saginaw Valley State* L 57-60 1/17 Northwood* W 71-41 1/22 Grand Valley State* L 73-76 1/24 Ferris State* W 79-45 1/26 Northern Michigan* L 64-77 1/31 Lake Superior State* W 85-70 2/5 Saginaw Valley State* W 96-84 2/7 Northwood* W 85-36 2/12 Grand Valley State* W 76-66 2/14 Ferris State* L 83-85+ 2/16 Northern Michigan* W 75-71 2/21 Lake Superior State* L 65-68 2/26 Saginaw Valley State† W 82-64 2/27 Northern Michigan† L 60-63 3/5 SIU-Edwardsville‡ W 60-47 3/6 Southern Indiana‡ W 94-92& 3/7 Northern Michigan‡ L 58-74 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Southern Indiana)

1998-99 28-3

GLIAC Record: 17-2 (1st Place-North Div.) Coach: Darla Innes 11/14 Wisconsin-Parkside W 79-51 11/21 Westminster* W 114-38 11/23 St. Scholastica W 87-40 11/27 Minnesota-Morris W 78-38 12/3 Wayne State* W 74-49 12/5 Ashland* W 111-58 12/11 Northland W 81-29 12/17 Minnesota Duluth W 65-54 12/19 Bemidji State W 83-58 12/29 Minnesota Duluth W 85-61 1/2 Gannon* W 83-50 1/3 Mercyhurst* W 85-36 1/7 Hillsdale* L 72-75+ 1/9 Findlay* W 63-50 1/14 Saginaw Valley State* W 93-53 1/16 Northwood* W 79-53 1/18 Northern Michigan* W 77-70 1/21 Grand Valley State W 81-64 1/23 Ferris State* W 57-56 1/30 Lake Superior State* W 85-73 2/4 Saginaw Valley State* L 77-85 2/6 Northwood* W 88-57 2/11 Grand Valley State* W 84-56 2/13 Ferris State* W 87-63 2/15 Northern Michigan* W 81-66 2/20 Lake Superior State* W 81-58 2/24 Ashland† W 82-47 2/26 Grand Valley State† W 85-74 2/27 Hillsdale† W 75-71 3/5 SIU-Edwardsville‡ W 87-73 3/6 Northern Kentucky‡ L 63-65 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Northern Kentucky)

1999-2000 23-7

GLIAC Record: 16-2 (1st Place-North Div.) Coach: Darla Olson 11/19 Northland W 68-42 11/22 Westminster* W 71-30 11/27 St. Scholastica W 90-33 12/2 Wayne State* W 65-38 12/4 Ashland* W 84-42 12/11 North Dakota W 61-59 12/13 Bemidji State W 75-69 12/14 St. Cloud State L 70-88 12/18 Suomi W 90-47 12/30 Minnesota Duluth L 71-81 1/6 Gannon* W 65-63+ 1/8 Mercyhurst* W 66-41 1/13 Hillsdale* L 71-79 1/15 Findlay* L 87-88+ 1/20 Saginaw Valley State* W 69-46 1/22 Northwood* W 65-59 1/27 Grand Valley State* W 83-65 1/29 Ferris State* W 77-70 1/31 Northern Michigan* W 72-71+ 2/5 Lake Superior State* W 73-61 2/10 Saginaw Valley State* W 70-51 2/12 Northwood* W 74-61 2/14 Northern Michigan* W 94-75 2/17 Grand Valley State* W 61-56 2/19 Ferris State* L 57-60 2/20 Lake Superior State* W 74-70+ 3/2 Mercyhurst† W 75-54 3/3 Northern Michigan† L 66-71 3/9 Gannon‡ W 68-47 3/10 Northern Kentucky‡ L 59-60 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Northern Kentucky)

Sara Ferris (1995-99) appeared in 119 games for the Huskies — the eighth-most in school history. She helped Michigan Tech to an 8833 record during her four years and tallied 703 career points and 515 career rebounds.


2000-01 26-4 GLIAC Record: 16-2 (1st Place-North Div.) Coach: Darla Olson 11/18 Lewis W 88-75 11/22 Minnesota Duluth W 71-59 11/24 St. Cloud State W 63-58 12/4 Northern Michigan* L 66-78 12/7 Northland W 67-49 12/9 Saginaw Valley State* W 69-61 12/15 St. Scholastica W 78-36 12/17 Bemidji State W 98-37 12/29 Florida Southern L 62-70 12/30 Tampa (Fla.) W 57-54 1/4 Wayne State* W 54-43 1/6 Hillsdale* W 77-61 1/11 Gannon* W 71-57 1/13 Mercyhurst* W 76-46 1/18 Ashland* L 52-69 1/20 Findlay* W 64-53 1/25 Northwood* W 61-50 1/27 Lake Superior State* W 77-60 2/1 Ferris State* W 70-59 2/3 Grand Valley State* W 60-46 2/5 Saginaw Valley State* W 68-57 2/12 Northern Michigan* W 81-74 2/15 Lake Superior State* W 75-59 2/17 Northwood* W 65-50 2/22 Grand Valley State* W 69-57 2/24 Ferris State* W 70-60 2/28 Lake Superior State† W 71-57 3/2 Hillsdale† W 72-45 3/3 Gannon† W 84-66 3/10 Northern Michigan ‡ L 63-76 ‡NCAA Tournament (at Michigan Tech)

2001-02 19-10 GLIAC Record: 11-7 (3rd Place-North Div.) Coach: Darla Olson 11/19 Southern Indiana L 79-95 11/21 Oakland City W 68-52 11/29 Finlandia W 63-45 12/1 Minnesota Duluth L 47-67 12/4 Northland W 81-59 12/8 St. Scholastica W 74-31 12/10 Lake Superior State* L 61-74 12/15 Lewis W 80-44 12/20 Bemidji State W 86-46 1/3 Gannon* L 67-79 1/5 Ashland* L 45-61 1/7 Mercyhurst* W 78-47 1/10 Hillsdale* L 54-68 1/12 Wayne State* W 65-62 1/14 Findlay* L 52-65 1/17 Saginaw Valley State* W 61-46 1/21 Northern Michigan* W 66-65 1/24 Northwood* W 72-48 1/31 Ferris State* W 69-67 2/2 Grand Valley State* L 52-63 2/5 Northern Michigan* W 75-54 2/9 Saginaw Valley State* W 59-48 2/14 Lake Superior State* W 84-65 2/16 Northwood* W 68-64 2/21 Grand Valley State* L 57-82 2/23 Ferris State* W 70-65 2/28 Gannon† W 75-70 3/1 Lake Superior State† W 82-62 3/2 Hillsdale† L 59-65

2002-03 15-13

GLIAC Record: 10-8 (4th Place-North Div., tie) Coach: Darla Olson 11/22 Quincy+ L 52-65 11/23 Winona State+ L 68-77 11/27 Finlandia W 68-50 12/2 Lake Superior State* W 82-75 12/4 Northland W 61-43 12/7 North Dakota L 67-90 12/11 Minnesota Duluth L 69-75 12/14 Bemidji State W 72-57 12/20 Southern Indiana W 72-61 12/31 Mercyhurst* W 74-65 1/2 Gannon* W 77-61 1/4 Ashland* W 72-62 1/9 Hillsdale* L 60-70 1/11 Wayne State* L 67-78 1/16 Saginaw Valley State* W 89-66 1/18 Findlay* L 52-67 1/21 St. Scholastica W 77-42 1/25 Northwood* W 72-61 1/27 Northern Michigan* L 74-76 1/30 Ferris State* L 76-81 2/1 Grand Valley State* L 58-70 2/6 Saginaw Valley State* W 70-58 2/10 Northern Michigan* W 76-60 2/13 Lake Superior State* L 54-71 2/15 Northwood* L 67-68 2/20 Grand Valley State* W 74-64 2/22 Ferris State* W 72-66 3/1 Hillsdale† L 52-74 +Quincy Tournament

2003-04 16-11

GLIAC Record: 11-7 (4th Place-North Div., tie) Coach: John Barnes 11/17 Finlandia W 61-56 11/21 Hillsdale@ W 56-55 11/22 Lewis@ W 81-74 11/28 Minnesota Duluth+ L 65-67 11/29 Southwest State+ W 72-56 12/4 Northern Michigan* W 66-60 12/10 Northwood* W 60-46 12/19 Minnesota Duluth L 54-66 12/21 Quincy L 64-71 1/5 Northland W 63-46 1/8 Wayne State* L 61-63 1/10 Hillsdale* W 81-71 1/15 Gannon* L 50-53 1/17 Mercyhurst* W 72-50 1/19 Ashland* L 68-70 1/24 Findlay* W 61-44 1/29 Saginaw Valley State* W 69-53 1/31 Lake Superior State* L 55-62 2/5 Ferris State* L 65-75 2/7 Grand Valley State* W 77-65 2/12 Northwood* W 74-40 2/16 Northern Michigan* L 60-68 2/19 Lake Superior State* L 67-71 2/21 Saginaw Valley State* W 92-55 2/26 Grand Valley State* W 71-57 2/28 Ferris State* W 67-64+ 3/2 Ferris State† L 70-72 @Sleep Inn Classic (Allendale, Mich.) +American Family Classic (Duluth, Minn.)

2004-05 21-8

GLIAC Record: 15-3 (3rd Place-North Div.) Coach: John Barnes 11/15 Minnesota Duluth L 66-73 11/19 North Dakota@ W 65-59 11/20 St. Cloud State@ L 58-62 11/26 Minnesota Duluth+ L 61-69+ 11/27 St. Cloud State+ W 89-79 12/1 Northern Michigan* W 52-47 12/8 Northwood* W 84-70 12/13 Finlandia W 76-43 12/17 Florida Southern% W 69-57 12/18 Central State% W 51-50 12/28 Wisconsin-Parkside W 67-66+ 1/3 Ashland* W 62-49 1/6 Wayne State* W 55-53 1/8 Hillsdale* W 53-42 1/13 Gannon* W 80-60 1/15 Mercyhurst* W 68-41 1/18 Northern Michigan* W 54-51 1/22 Findlay* W 53-48 1/27 Saginaw Valley State* W 62-40 1/29 Lake Superior State* L 63-71 2/3 Ferris State* W 83-74 2/5 Grand Valley State* L 44-63 2/12 Northwood* W 64-26 2/17 Lake Superior State* L 59-64 2/19 Saginaw Valley State* W 65-54 2/24 Grand Valley State* W 67-57 2/26 Ferris State* W 60-48 3/1 Grand Valley State† L 48-66 3/11 Indianapolis‡ L 54-60 @Sleep Inn Classic (Allendale, Mich) +American Family Classic (Duluth, Minn.) %Holiday Inn Express Classic (Houghton, Mich.) ‡NCAA Tournament (Allendale, Mich.)

2005-06 19-9

GLIAC Record: 14-4 (2nd Place-North Div.) Coach: John Barnes 11/18 Wisconsin-Parkside^ W 66-63 11/19 Lewis^ L 53-71 11/25 Lewis% W 56-55 11/26 Marygrove% W 64-44 12/3 Ashland* W 69-43 12/5 Northland W 69-43 12/8 Northwood* W 63-59 12/10 Saginaw Valley State* W 51-43 12/17 Findlay* W 72-67 12/21 Minnesota Duluth L 40-54 1/2 Northern Michigan* W 58-56 1/5 Grand Valley State* W 64-58 1/7 Lake Superior State* L 58-74 1/12 Wisconsin-Parkside L 54-72 1/19 Wayne State* W 69-54 1/21 Hillsdale* W 62-56 1/26 Saginaw Valley State* L 57-61 1/28 Northwood* W 71-47 2/2 Gannon* W 84-79 2/4 Mercyhurst* W 66-51 2/9 Ferris State* W 66-52 2/11 Lake Superior State* W 72-41 2/16 Grand Valley State* L 39-60 2/18 Ferris State* L 61-70 2/22 Finlandia W 82-41 2/25 Northern Michigan* W 67-57 2/28 Lake Superior State† L 50-64 3/10 Northern Kentucky L 66-67 ^GLVC/GLIAC Challenge (Romeoville, Ill.) %Sleep Inn Classic (Allendale, Mich.)

2006-07 19-9

Tessa Pernsteiner (1997-98, 99-02) was a member of two GLIAC Championship teams during her career. The Wausau, Wis., native tallied 624 points and 245 rebounds as a Husky. She led the team in steals with 53 in 2001-02.

GLIAC Record: 12-6 (4th Place-North Div.) Coach: John Barnes 11/17 Wisconsin-Parkside^ W 73-63 11/18 Lewis^ L 69-82 11/24 Tampa& L 50-63 11/25 Rollins& W 53-47 11/29 Northern Michigan* W 69-58 12/2 Ashland* W 86-79 12/7 Northwood* W 62-48 12/9 Saginaw Valley State* L 54-68 12/16 Findlay* W 76-57 12/22 Minnesota Duluth W 74-62 12/29 Marygrove+ W 73-50 12/30 Finlandia+ W 78-59 1/3 Grand Valley State* W 64-59 1/6 Lake Superior State* L 64-73 1/9 Northland W 75-60 1/13 Ferris State* L 64-77 1/18 Wayne State* L 61-62 1/20 Hillsdale* L 65-69 1/25 Saginaw Valley State* W 68-65 1/27 Northwood* W 85-65 2/1 Gannon* W 75-61 2/3 Mercyhurst* W 74-41 2/8 Ferris State* W 69-65 2/10 Lake Superior State* W 74-61 2/14 Grand Valley State* L 42-65 2/24 Northern Michigan* W 57-50 2/27 Grand Valley State!† W 63-57 3/2 Gannon† L 60-80 ^GLIAC/GLVC Challenge (Houghton, Mich.) &Rollins Thanksgiving Classic (Winter Park, Fla.) +Country Inn & Suites Classic (Houghton, Mich.)

2007-2008 23-8

GLIAC Record: 13-5 (1st Place-North Div., tie) Coach: John Barnes 11/16 Wisconsin-Parkside^ L 69-75 11/17 Lewis^ L 47-58 11/23 Minnesota Duluth# W 79-69 11/24 St. Cloud State# W 73-70 11/29 Mercyhurst* W 71-59 12/1 Gannon* W 76-65 12/5 Minnesota Duluth W 81-56 12/8 Northern Michigan* W 74-61 12/15 Findlay* L 77-92 12/21 MSU Moorhead W 47-44 12/29 Marygrove& W 77-27 12/30 Finlandia& W 89-46 1/2 Northland W 84-29 1/5 Grand Valley State* W 72-48 1/10 Northwood* W 65-59 1/12 Saginaw Valley State* W 77-71 1/17 Wayne State* W 67-52 1/19 Hillsdale* W 84-67 1/24 Ashland* L 60-61 1/26 Ferris State* W 75-74+ 2/2 Lake Superior State* W 64-58 2/7 Grand Valley State* W 60-49 2/9 Ferris State* L 58-70 2/14 Saginaw Valley State* W 67-40 2/16 Northwood* L 53-63 2/20 Northern Michigan* W 54-52 2/25 Lake Superior State* L 53-56 3/1 Grand Valley State† W 63-58 3/7 Wayne State† W 83-62 3/8 Ashland† W 81-53 3/14 Missouri S&T$ L 66-75 ^ GLIAC/GLVC Challenge(Kenosha, Wisc.) # The Edge Thanksgiving Classic (Duluth, Minn.) & Country Inn & Suites Classic (Houghton, Mich.) $ NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Springfeild, Mo.)

2008-2009 27-7

GLIAC Record: 19-3 (1st Place-North Div.) Coach: John Barnes 11/15 Wisconsin-Parkside^ W 68-56 11/16 Lewis^ W 69-30 11/22 Minnesota St. Moorhead L 66-70 12/4 Wayne State* W 62-55 12/6 Northwood W 80-68 12/10 Finlandia W 91-30 12/13 Northern Michigan* W 74-43 12/18 Northwood* W 68-60 12/20 Wayne State* W 73-58 12/29 Minnesota Duluth L 58-63 1/3 Northern Michigan* W 69-60 1/8 Ashland* W 75-39 1/10 Tiffin* W 83-59 1/15 Hillsdale* W 54-52 1/17 Findlay* W 71-70 1/22 Saginaw Valley State* W 91-43 1/24 Lake Superior State* W 74-56 1/29 Grand Valley State* W 74-63 1/31 Ferris State* W 80-70 2/5 Tiffin* W 72-63 2/7 Ashland* L 77-80+ 2/12 Ferris State* L 62-67 2/14 Grand Valley State* W 65-56 2/19 Findlay* W 84-47 2/21 Hillsdale* L 91-98 2/26 Lake Superior State* W 67-61 2/28 Saginaw Valley State* W 78-42 3/3 Northern Michigan† W 62-55 3/6 Ferris State† W 71-53 3/7 Hillsdale† L 69-81 3/13 Northwood$ W 70-51 3/13 Northern Kentucky$ W 76-53 3/16 Indianapolis$ W 69-52 3/24 Minnesota St. Mankato@ L 53-61 ^ GLIAC/GLVC Challenge(Kenosha, Wisc.) $ NCAA Great Lakes Regional (Springfeild, Mo.) @ NCAA Elite Eight (San Antonio, Texas)

Key: *conference game home games in bold

† GLIAC Tournament game + overtime game & double overtime game

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Letterwinners

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

Name (Years) Aamodt, Laurel (1993-97) Ahola, Dawn (1978-80) Allman, Becci (1985-86) Audit, Judy (1976-79) Bailey, Allison (1997-01) Bartels, Jenna (2003-07) Bartos, Shannon (1986-90) Blake, Mary (1975-76) Bonefeld, Barb (1976-79) Bosio, Pam (1976-80) Brabec, Tonya (1999-00) Brantner, Jessie (1997-98) Brewer, Nichole (2006-07) Brown, Patty (1977-78) Cameron, Kim (2001-05) Campbell, Kristen (2002-03) Carpenter, Lori (1981-82) Charlier, Michelle (1991-95) Cheseboro, Linda (1977-79) Clark, Cathy (1982-85) Cramer, Ann (1983-84) Crouch, Kristen (1990-91) Danen, Danae (2006- ) Davison, Sandra (1982-83) DeCremer, Shana (1993-95) Dernovsek, Lucy (2007- ) Diehm, Niki (1985-89) Dode, Karin (1975-76) Dostal, Pam (1977-79) Drzewiecki, Cathy (1979-83) Dupuis, Lynn (1975-76) Eddy, Vickie (1984-85) Engman, Lori (1978-81) Eslinger, Anne (1975-78) Esser, Sara (1994-98) Evans, D.J. (1979-82, 83-84) Ferris, Tara, (2006- ) Ferris, Sara (1995-99) Filppula, Karen (1982-83)

GP Rebs 111 142 9 5 8 4 61 22 122 608 107 377 109 314 14 50 41 81 99 6 4 29 26 16 10 13 6 69 106 6 2 7 2 85 213 23 6 59 120 6 6 4 6 93 354 28 214 59 298 64 124 60 60 11 45 165 60 94 12 8 3 57 62 42 417 89 185 82 540 76 118 119 515 27 27

Pts 737 23 5 531 1561 621 733 118 322 569 2 106 13 8 104 3 2 413 17 350 0 7 901 306 574 208 64 18 266 257 10 2 141 419 407 1092 346 703 124

Hometown Duluth, Minn. Houghton, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Marinette, Wis. Ewen, Mich. La Crosse, Wis. Midland, Mich. Calumet, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. Green Bay, Wis. Prescott, Wis. Durand, Wis. Lake Geneva, Wis. Waterford, Mich. Presque Isle, Mich. Elcho, Wis. Bellaire, Mich. Carney, Mich. Fenton, Mich. Ontonagon, Mich. Monroe, Mich. Muskegon, Mich. Green Bay, Wis. Escanaba, Mich. Trout Creek, Mich. Holcombe, Wis. Stephenson, Mich. Warren, Mich. Midland, Mich. Cedar, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Durand, Mich. Dollar Bay, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Schofield, Wis. Honor, Mich. Hartland, Wis. Appleton, Wis. Dollar Bay, Mich.

Lora Haltenhoff (198183) registered 707 points and 391 rebounds in 47 career games as a Husky. She led the team in scoring each of her two seasons and finished with a scoring average of 15.0.

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FitzGerald, Pam (1987-91) Fisher, Mary (1983-87) Fitzgibbon, Joan (1983-85) Gardner, Megan (1996-00) Gehringer, Karen (1976-78) Geisler, Lynn (2008- ) Gerlach, Lauri (1983-84) Goenner, Pat (1978-80) Goggins, Clara (1996-00) Griswold, Heidi (1989-90) Grosvenor, Sue (1975-77) Grubb, Niki (1997-01) Guisfredi, Angela (2007- ) Hager, Kristin (1989-93) Haltenhoff, Lora (1981-83) Harden, Heather (1998-02) Harwood, Mary Jo (1975-76) Hegbloom, Cassie (2004-05) Henegar, Karen (1978-79) Hicks, Carrie (1975-77) Hintz, Sue (1981-83) Hofmann, Krista (1996-00) Hollowell, Lori (1979-81) Holscher, Krista (1993-94) Hoppes, Kim (1993-96) Innes, Darla (1988-93) Israels, Dawn (1976-77) Karnowski, Kristen (2001-05) Kasuboski, Krista (2007- ) Kelley, Julie (1995-99) Kemppainen, Robin (1980-82) Kiessel, Laurie (85-86, 87-90) Koenders, Sharon (1976-79) Krause, Cindy (1980-82) Kriegl, Jaclynn (1998-02) Kruizenga, Kathie (1993-97) Kryzske, Brenda (1981-82) Kudwa, Amanda (2004-06) Lehner, Jill (2000-03) Leveille, Val (1983-86)

102 534 95 716 40 180 121 270 24 8 23 25 5 0 42 51 120 656 7 14 26 59 79 62 38 105 133 47 391 110 432 14 28 38 18 23 19 75 121 454 35 127 29 144 69 230 124 625 13 44 62 18 12 53 31 38 89 108 358 55 76 16 30 110 292 97 374 7 1 26 27 74 148 64 132

840 1250 407 698 37 48 2 148 1315 10 115 138 140 434 707 726 36 33 47 218 79 1181 84 180 353 858 24 51 26 70 116 815 409 37 498 928 2 15 347 184

Union Lake, Mich. Bergland, Mich. Monroe, Mich. Milwaukee, Wis. Lowell, Mich. Green Bay, Wisc. Benton Harbor, Mich. Mount Pleasant, Mich. Milwaukee, Wis. N. Muskegon, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Hubbell, Mich. Laurium, Mich. Holland, Mich. Mt. Sterling, Wis. Houghton, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Livonia, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Fenton, Mich. Two Rivers, Wis. Gwinn, Mich. Eaton Rapids, Mich. Trenton, Mich. Hurley, Wis. Holland, Mich. Pulaski, Wis. Wautoma, Wis. Grand Rapids, Mich. Tamarack City, Mich. Suttons Bay, Mich. Chesaning, Mich. Green Bay, Wis. Florence, Wis. Milton, Wis. New Boston, Mich. Menominee, Mich. N. Fond du Lac, Wis. Dearborn Hts., Mich.

Cheri Meier (1986-90) led the Huskies in both scoring and rebounding as a sophomore and junior. She tallied 1,180 career points and 645 career rebounds — the fifth-most in school history.


Lindberg, Lisa (1995-97) Lindstrom, Lindsey (2008- ) Lutz, Janette (1984-88) MacNeill, Chelsey (2002-05) Madden, Annie (1999-03) Magee, Sarah (2002-06 ) McClone, Emily (1999-03) Meier, Cheri (1986-90) Merrick, Jill (1980-84) Meyers, Geri (1976-79) Miller, Randi (2000-04) Murphy, Leigh (1991-95) Nelson, Greta (1995-99) Nemitz, Jessica (1999-01) Norton, Vickie (1984-85) Novak, Andrea (2000-04) Oravitz, Jackie (1977-78) Pearson, Michelle (88-90, 92-93) Pejka, Carie (1988-92) Pernsteiner, Tessa (97-98, 99-02) Peters, Jodi (1979-83) Peterson, Karen (1982-84) Pietila, Amy (1997-98) Pietila, Elizabeth (1998-02) Pietila, Shelly (1993-97) Phillips, Barb (1975-76) Pleshe, Connie (1989-93) Postlewaite, Jenny (1989-93) Poyfair-Walter, D’Andra (85-89) Prast, Lori (1986-89) Racine, Jessica (2008- ) Reynolds, Cindy (1979-83) Rick, Becky (1984-88) Rohweder, Lorraine (1980-82) Ronat, Stacey (1993-97) Rondorf, Janalee (1995-99) Rottier, Catherine (03-06, 07-08) Rumpz, Julie (1986-89) Salani, Debbie (1977-78) Schaller, Megan (2002-04)

11 6 31 48 105 314 78 198 97 229 98 270 111 291 105 645 89 386 58 199 110 276 111 242 70 61 27 51 17 20 114 578 5 1 65 219 109 496 109 245 92 434 19 26 6 11 119 363 92 224 10 101 276 118 700 103 373 41 26 5 11 87 360 104 484 30 76 46 46 114 440 128 598 67 121 22 89 29 48

7 88 896 451 579 445 547 1180 638 306 237 781 103 88 36 1710 2 350 1199 624 1048 33 14 742 499 6 731 1856 1077 33 5 512 750 80 72 906 1104 241 45 37

Ironwood, Mich. Superior, Wisc. Ravenna, Mich. Barton City, Mich. Wauwatosa, Wis. Green Bay, Wis. Menasha, Wis. Oscoda, Mich. Negaunee, Mich. Ontonagon, Mich. Hudson, Wis. Hancock, Mich. Superior, Wis. Schofield, Wis. Milford, Mich. Brown Deer, Wis. Hemlock, Mich. Wakefield, Mich. Hayward, Wis. Wausau, Wis. Appleton, Wis. Plainwell, Mich. Northville, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Northville, Mich. Kingsford, Mich. South Range, Mich. Eau Claire, Wis. Flint, Mich. Hemlock, Mich. ishpeming, Mich. Alpena, Mich. Hemlock, Mich. Homer, Alaska Aurora, Colo. Greenwood, Wis. Seymour, Wis. Sterling Heights, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Houghton, Mich.

Carie Pejka (1988-92) ranks fifth in Tech history in career steals with 228. She earned All-GLIAC First Team honors as a senior and was three times named to the GLIAC All-Defensive Team (1989-90, 1990-91, and 1991-92). Pejka finished with 1,199 career points and 496 career rebounds.

Scharold, Jill (1978-80) Schenk, Sue (1977-78) Schilke, Cynthia (1983-85) Schneider, Alicia (2005-09 ) Schneider, Maria (2002-06) Schuldt, Adria (88-89, 90-92) Schuldt, Erika (1994-95) Shaw, Chaunda (1989-93) Sieja, Amanda (2002-06) Simonds, Gail (1976-77) Sirard, Brooke (2005-06) Somsel, Pam (1984-88) Sorenson, Jenny (1997-01) Sorenson, Terri (1990-94) Stader, Jane (1977-78) Staehlin, Lisa (2006- ) Starr, Lisa (1982-86) Storer, Amy (2006-07) Stream, Sarah (04-05, 06-07, ) Strieter, Juliana (1991-93) Sullivan, Pat (75-77, 78-80) Superciysnki, Rita (1981-82) Swanson, Jennifer (2000-04) Sweeney, Katie (2001-02) Vinopal, Traci (1991-95) Voght, Louise (1977-79) Walton, Sharon (1981-84) Watz, Mary (1975-77) Webber, Katie (2005-06) Whitehouse, Lacey (2002-04) Widman, Lena (2004-08) Williams, Laura (1982-86) Wilson, Julie (1980-83) Wood, Teri (1979-80) Wysocky, Katie (2006- ) Yellen, Sarah (2004-08) Zarling, Dawn (90-91, 92-95) Zehren, Ashley (2003-06) Ziemann, Heidi (1995-96) Zimmerman, Katie (2006- )

16 6 8 5 45 66 102 354 109 312 83 365 14 18 40 43 111 570 5 28 44 86 265 121 403 116 351 23 125 49 103 100 302 26 13 92 303 41 74 71 208 2 0 74 87 24 43 100 404 31 24 73 528 22 27 34 21 26 108 345 99 561 42 168 9 9 91 847 85 87 120 866 58 65 26 33 59 129

18 4 160 598 970 627 25 93 1178 5 81 223 1519 886 59 249 414 67 1109 66 576 2 87 67 1144 69 621 61 44 40 407 536 139 7 1334 133 1398 88 97 487

Cincinnati, Ohio Crystal Falls, Mich. West Branch, Mich. Janesville, Wis. Kaukauna, Wis. Mesa, Ariz. Mesa, Ariz. Ashley, Mich. Middleton, Wis. Wayne, Mich. L’Anse, Mich. Midland, Mich. Plymouth, Wis. Green Bay, Wis. Farmington Hills, Mich. Tinley Park, Ill. Oxford, Mich. Hudson, Wis. Ishpeming, Mich. Lake Linden, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Ironwood, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Wisconsin Dells, Wis. Mauston, Wis. Houghton, Mich. Ontonagon, Mich. Charlotte, Mich. Reedsburg, Wis. Manton, Mich. Marion, Mich. Swartz Creek, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Kalkaska, Mich. Whitefish Bay, Wis. Champlin, Minn. West Bend, Wis. De Pere, Wis. Ironwood, Mich. Green Bay, Wis.

Laura Williams (198286) is one of the top 10 all-time rebounders at Michigan Tech with 561. She tallied 212 of those with an average of 8.2 as a junior. Williams, who was a two-time team scholastic achievement award winner, also tallied 536 career points in 99 games played.

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Opponents

2009-10 Women’s Basketball

All-Americans (Clockwise from top)

Allison Bailey

2000-01: WBCA Honorable Mention

Jenny Postlewaite

1992-93: WBCA Honorable Mention

Andrea Novak

2003-04: Division II Bulletin Fourth Team and WBCA Honorable Mention

Clara Goggins

1999-2000: WBCA Honorable Mention

Dawn Zarling

1994-95: Basketball Gazette Second Team and WBCA Honorable Mention 1993-94: WBCA Honorable Mention

Jenny Sorenson

2000-01: Division II Bulleting Honorable Mention 1998-99: WBCA All-America Honorable Mention

Katie Wysocky

2008-09: Daktronics Third Team

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2009-10 Michigan Tech Women's Basketball Yearbook  

For the third straight year, the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team boasted one of the nation’s top-four team grade point averages. The H...

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