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2012-13 NJCAA DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

MEDIA GUIDE PRODUCER Michael Teague NJCAA Assistant Director of Media Relations

MEDIA GUIDE EDITOR Mark Krug NJCAA Assistant Executive Director - Media Relations

Special thanks to all of the athletic departments and region/district directors for their valued assistance and cooperation in producing this publication.

Photos courtesy of Labette Community College, Gillette College, Cochise College, Eastern Arizona College, Connors State College, Vincennes University, ASA College, Monroe Community College, North Dakota State College of Science, Midland College, Barton Community College, Volunteer State Community College, Motlow State Community College, Walters State Community College, Tallahassee Community College, Northwest College, Darton State College, Iowa Western Community College, Angelina College, Max Iselin Photography, Colorado Northwestern Community College, Snow College, North Idaho College, Shelton State Community College, Northwest Mississippi Community College, Rend Lake College, Southwestern Illinois College, Olney Central College, Tyler Junior College, Central Arizona College, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Utah State College of Eastern Utah, Albany Technical College, Hillsborough Community College, Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa, Denmark Technical College and Hill College.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS National Office Information .................................... 3 NJCAA 75th Anniversary ........................................ 4 2012-13 SEASON INFORMATION DI Women’s Basketball Information ..................... 6 DI National Championship Information ...........7-9 Preseason Top 25 Rankings ................................... 10 2012-13 DISTRICT PREVIEWS District A (Region 1) ........................................ 12-13 District B (Region 2) ........................................ 14-15 District C (Regions 3, 12, 15, 20) .................... 16-17 District D (Regions 4, 13) ................................ 18-19 District E (Region 5) ........................................ 20-21 District F (Region 6)......................................... 22-23 District G (Region 7) ........................................ 24-25 District H (Region 8)........................................ 26-27 District I (Region 9) ......................................... 28-29 District J (Regions 10, 17)................................ 30-31 District K (Regions 11, 16) .............................. 32-33 District L (Region 14) ...................................... 34-35 District M (Region 18) ..................................... 36-37 District N (Region 22)...................................... 38-39 District O (Region 23)...................................... 40-41 District P (Region 24) ...................................... 42-43 2011-12 SEASON REVIEW Region/District Tournament Results ............. 46-47 DI National Championship Results................ 48-49 All-Americans ................................................... 50-51 Statistical Champions ............................................. 52 Student-Athlete Academic Award Winners ........ 53 DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY All-Time National Champions.............................. 56 The NJCAA in the WNBA ..................................... 57 Hall of Fame ............................................................. 58

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NJCAA NATIONAL OFFICE 1631 Mesa Ave. Suite B Colorado Springs, CO 80906 (719) 590-9788

MARY ELLEN LEICHT NJCAA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR In 2009, Mary Ellen Leicht became the first female chief executive of any national intercollegiate athletic organization in the United States when she was named Executive Director of the NJCAA. Leicht has been a cornerstone of the NJCAA since joining the organization in 1989 as Eligibility Administrator. Championing improvements in equity of sports seasons, scholarships and contests, Leicht has provided the NJCAA with a level playing field for all its member institutions and student-athletes. Leicht continues to utilize a proactive approach that has maintained the NJCAA’s status as the undisputed leader of two-year collegiate athletics.

Mark Krug

Brian Beck

Stephanie Hazzard

Assistant Execu ve Director Media Rela ons 

Assistant Execu ve Director Compliance 

Director Championship Events 

Michael Teague

Wanda Bodey

Rob Bushway

Assistant Director Media Rela ons 

Assistant Director Compliance 

Director Informa on Technologies 

Lorna Brizzie

Sarah Hoormann

Dee Dubois

Bookkeeper Membership Services 

Compliance Assistant 

Administra ve Assistant 

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NJCAA 75TH ANNIVERSARY In May of 1938, representa ves from area ins tu ons of  higher  learning  gathered  in  Fresno,  Calif.,  to  form  a  unique  collegiate  athle c  organiza on  dedicated  to  America’s  community  and  junior  colleges.  The  mee ng  led to the adop on of a cons tu on and representa ves  in  a endance  formally  announced  the  new  organiza on  as  the  Na onal  Junior  College  Athle c  Associa on  (NJCAA).   Seventy‐five  years  a er  its  inaugural  season  (1938‐39),  the  NJCAA  is  now  the  second‐largest  na onal  intercollegiate  athle c  governing  body  in  the  United  States  with  over  500  member  colleges  in  43  states.  Recognized as the leader in two‐year collegiate athle cs,  the  NJCAA  champions  both  athle c  and  academic  opportuni es  for  student‐athletes  in  concert  with  its  member colleges.   To  commemorate  its  75th  Anniversary,  the  NJCAA  will  launch a year‐long campaign to celebrate the milestones,  student‐athletes,  coaches,  and  administrators  that  have  helped  shape  the  organiza on  and  advance  two‐year  collegiate athle cs over the past eight decades.   Throughout  the  2012‐13  academic  year,  the  NJCAA  will  celebrate  its  75th  Anniversary  through  various  outlets,  including  a  special  sec on  of  the  NJCAA  website:  NJCAA.org/75.  Tradi onal  press  releases  will  be  distributed  to  member  colleges  as  well  as  regional  and  na onal  media  during  the  2012‐13  sports  season  and  special 75th Anniversary content will be produced for the  organiza on’s  monthly  publica on  ‐  NJCAA  Review.  NJCAA  TV,  powered  by  iHigh.com,  as  well  as  Facebook  and  Twi er  will  be  used  to  help  keep  member  colleges,  fans  and  followers  informed  on  the  latest  75th  Anniversary news and announcements. 

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38 YEARS OF NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL In  1975,  the  NJCAA’s  inaugural  Na onal  Women’s  Basketball  Invita onal  Tournament  became  the  first  collegiate  basketball  championship  held  for  women  by    a  co‐ed  collegiate  organiza on.  Just  one  year  later,  the  tournament  evolved  into  a  na onal  championship  as  the  number  of  women’s  basketball  programs  grew  exponen ally  across  the  na on.  Nearly  38  years  later,  over  400  schools from 35 states will compete for na onal  championships across three divisions.

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For the 2012‐13 season, the  NJCAA will release 14   Division I Women’s Basketball  rankings beginning Wednesday, Nov. 14. 

DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COMMITTEE The NJCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee is responsible for setting policies and procedures for the approval by the NJCAA Board of Directors. This committee is made up of NJCAA Region Directors, Assistant Region Directors and the NJCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches Association President. Darren Pannier Commi ee Chair  State Fair CC, Mo.

Toby Wynn Coaches Associa on President  Seward County CC, Kan.

Joel Bate

Marci Henry

College of Southern Idaho

Northeastern JC, Colo.

Member colleges are required to enter weekly  sta s cs and game results to the NJCAA stat system.   Colleges that fail to do so will be excluded from the  poll.  Each NJCAA sec onal director will report the top  teams in their respec ve regions to the NJCAA  na onal office by Monday, 10:00 a.m. (MST). Regions  failing to report by that  me will not be reflected in  the poll. The combined reports will then be sent out  to the sec onal directors who will vote for their Top  25 teams. The na onal office will compile the votes  and release the final Top 25 rankings. 

2012-13 POLL DATES November 14

November 21

Dan Lumpkin

Kurt McAfee

November 28

December 5

Cleveland State CC, Tenn.

Pra  CC, Kan.

December 12

January 9

January 16

January 23

George Sanders

Shawn Silman

January 30

February 6

Florida State College

San Jacinto‐North, Texas 

February 13

February 20

February 27

March 6

2012-13 DIVISION I SECTIONAL DIRECTORS

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DISTRICTS (REGIONS)

NAME

COLLEGE

EMAIL

A & E (1, 5)

Rex Parcells

Hill College, Texas

rparcells@hillcollege.edu

B & L (2, 14)

Tim Drain

Tyler JC, Texas

tdra@tjc.edu

C & G (3, 7, 12, 15, 20)

Scott Barlow

Lakeland CC, Ohio

sbarlow@lakelandcc.edu

D & P (4, 13, 24)

Zack Loll

Wabash Valley College, Ill.

Lollz.iecc.edu

F & K (6, 11, 16)

Darren Pannier

State Fair CC, Mo.

dpannier@sfccmo.edu

H & J (8, 10, 17)

George Sanders

Florida State-Jacksonville

gsanders@fscj.edu

I & M (9, 18)

Norma Carr

Salt Lake CC, Utah

norma.carr@slcc.edu

N & O (4, 13, 24)

Ladd Taylor

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

ladd.taylor@mgccc.edu

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TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Monday, March 18 (Opening Rounds)

Bicentennial Center Salina, Kansas March 18-23, 2013 

QUALIFYING The 2013 NJCAA DI Women’s Basketball National Championship will consist of a 24team single-elimination bracket.

16 District Champions 4 At-Large Teams 4 Zone Qualifiers

ZONE QUALIFICATION

GAME 1

#16 Seed

vs.

#17 Seed

GAME 2

#9 Seed

vs.

#24 Seed

GAME 3

#13 Seed

vs.

#20 Seed

GAME 4

#12 Seed

vs.

#21 Seed

GAME 5

#15 Seed

vs.

#18 Seed

GAME 6

#10 Seed

vs.

#23 Seed

Tuesday, March 19 (Opening Rounds) GAME 7

#14 Seed

vs.

#19 Seed

GAME 8

#11 Seed

vs.

#22 Seed

GAME 9

#1 Seed

vs.

16/17 Winner

GAME 10

#8 Seed

vs.

9/24 Winner

GAME 11

#4 Seed

vs.

13/20 Winner

GAME 12

#5 Seed

vs.

12/21 Winner

Wednesday, March 20 (Opening Rounds) GAME 13

#2 Seed

vs.

15/18 Winner

GAME 14

#7 Seed

vs.

10/23 Winner

GAME 15

#3 Seed

vs.

14/19 Winner

GAME 16

#6 Seed

vs.

11/22 Winner

Zone qualifiers will rotate through the 16 districts.

GAME 17

Game 9 Winner

vs.

Game 10 Winner

2013: Zone C (Districts E, G, K, P)

GAME 18

Game 11 Winner

vs.

Game 12 Winner

SEEDING

GAME 19

Game 13 Winner

vs.

Game 14 Winner

GAME 20

Game 15 Winner

vs.

Game 16 Winner

Seeding will be done by the DI Women’s Basketball Committee. The Coaches Association President will participate in the seeding conference call but will be excused prior to the seeding of teams.

SEEDING FORMULA 60% from Final Regular Season Poll 20% from Strength of Schedule & Conference 20% from Historic Results at National Tournament 

Thursday, March 21 (Quarterfinals)

Friday, March 22 (Semifinals) GAME 21

Game 17 Winner

vs.

Game 18 Winner

GAME 22

Game 19 Winner

vs.

Game 20 Winner

Saturday, March 23 (Championship & 3rd Place Game) GAME 23

Game 21 Loser

vs.

Game 22 Loser

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME GAME 24

Game 21 Winner

vs.

Game 22 Winner

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2012-13 NJCAA DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PRESEASON TOP 25 RANK

COLLEGE

1 NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE 2 CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE 3 NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE 4 TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEXAS 5 WEATHERFORD COLLEGE, TEXAS HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 6 7 SHELTON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ALA. 8 GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE, FLA. NORTHERN OKLAHOMA COLLEGE-ENID 9 10 CASPER COLLEGE, WYO.

RET. STARTERS (TOTAL)

2011‐12 RECORD

1 (2)

23-6

In his third season at the helm, head coach Patrick Harrington has the Raiders taking aim at their first ever na onal championship. 

1 (4)

31-3

Seeking another deep run at the na onal tournament, the Vaqueras have high expecta ons behind head coach Denise Cardenas. 

3 (4)

23-6

Three starters confidently return from last season’s squad that suffered a disappoin ng loss in the Region 18 championship game. 

0 (0)

36-0

Despite a new head coach and a completely rebuilt roster, the Cardinals are s ll thinking repeat entering their 2012‐13 campaign. 

2 (3)

25-4

Veteran head coach Bob McKinley has a talented Coyote roster that could give him his first na onal  tle in his 37th season. 

0 (4)

36-1

With a new star ng five, the Blue Dragons will rely heavily on their incoming freshmen as they try to have another 30‐win season. 

2 (6)

33-4

The Buccaneers are high on their 2012‐13 squad that adds seven talented freshmen to a strong base of six returning sophomores. 

1 (2)

21-4

Commodores head coach Verne e Skeete enters her first season in Panama City with a chance to come out on top in District H. 

2 (6)

29-4

A er averaging a double‐double last season, sophomore center Marisha Wallace has the Jets excited about their chances in 2012‐13. 

4 (5)

30-3

Boas ng one of the most experience rosters in DI, the Thunderbirds and head coach Dwight Gunnare look good coming out of District I. 

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Rest of the Top 25 11. Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-4) 12. Iowa Western CC (21-12) 13. Itawamba CC, Miss. (26-3) 14. Salt Lake CC, Utah (18-13) 15. Tyler JC, Texas (25-8)

16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Others to Watch Vincennes University, Ind. (24-7) New Mexico JC (32-5) Seward County CC, Kan. (23-8) Volunteer State CC, Tenn. (20-10)

Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-6) Northeastern JC, Colo. (16-17) Paris College, Texas (24-7) College of Southern Idaho (15-16)

Georgia Perimeter College (23-11) Arizona Western College (26-5) Southwestern Illinois College (28-8) Independence CC, Kan. (27-6) Midland College, Texas (23-8)

21. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (22-6) 22. State Fair CC, Mo. (28-12) 23. Malcolm X College, Ill. (16-17) 24. Pensacola State College, Fla. (29-5) 25. ASA College, N.Y. (22-5)

Snow College, Utah (20-14) Darton State College, Ga. (20-8) Wallace State CC-Hanceville, Ala. (22-9) Jones County JC, Miss. (15-10)

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DISTRICT A (Region 1) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

1

Arizona Western College

1

Central Arizona College

1 1

LOCATION 

Yuma, Ariz.

2011-12 Central Arizona

Coolidge, Ariz.

2010-11 Central Arizona

Cochise College

Douglas, Ariz.

2009-10 Central Arizona

Eastern Arizona College

Thatcher, Ariz.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Central Arizona

2009

Central Arizona

2005

Central Arizona

1998

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Central Arizona College

31-3

1 (4)

2. Arizona Western College

26-5

2 (4)

3. Cochise College

18-13

4 (4)

4. Eastern Arizona College

12-18

2 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT A TOURNAMENT February 27 - March 1, 2013

Hosted by Highest Seed

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RETURNING LEADERS Lisette Longomo

Arizona Western

F

15.0 ppg

Johnishia Welles

Cochise

F

9.7 rpg

Amara Wainwright

Eastern Arizona

G

4.3 apg

Lisette Longomo

Arizona Western

F

2.5 spg

Emilie Muanandibu

Arizona Western

C

2.3 bpg

Amanda Wainwright

Eastern Arizona

G

35.8 3pt%

Brea Edwards

Central Arizona

G

69.9 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Arizona Western College

2011-12 Stats

Emilie Muanandibu

C

6' 4"

8.6 rpg - 2.5 bpg

Arizona Western College

Lisette Longomo

F

6' 1"

15.0 ppg

Arizona Western College

Nikki Villascaz

G

5' 6"

12.5 ppg

Central Arizona College

Brea Edwards

G

5' 10"

11.2 ppg - 9.0 rpg

Cochise College

Ashley Mitchell

G

5' 10"

13.3 ppg

Cochise College

Johnishia Welles

F

6' 0"

9.7 rpg

Eastern Arizona College

Amara Wainwright

G

5' 7"

14.5 ppg - 4.3 apg

Eastern Arizona College

Tajanna Brown

G

5' 9"

8.0 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Patrick Cunningham

Arizona Western College

13 (298-108)

13 (298-108)

2. Denise Cardenas

Central Arizona College

4 (124-12)

4 (124-12)

3. Ryan McAdams

Eastern Arizona College

2 (23-37)

2 (23-37)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT B (Region 2) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

2

Arkansas Baptist College

Little Rock, Ark.

2

Carl Albert State College

Poteau, Okla.

2

Connors State College

2

Eastern Oklahoma State College

2

Murray State College

2

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

2

Northern Oklahoma College-Enid

2

Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa

2

Redlands Community College

2

Seminole State College

2

Western Oklahoma State College

Warner, Okla. Wilburton, Okla. Tishomingo, Okla. Miami, Okla. Enid, Okla.

2011-12 NE Oklahoma A&M 2010-11 N. Oklahoma-Enid 2009-10 N. Oklahoma-Enid

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS N. Oklahoma-Tonkawa

1977

Seminole State

1976

Tonkawa, Okla. El Reno, Okla. Seminole, Okla. Altus, Okla.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Northern Oklahoma-Enid

29-4

2 (6)

2. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M

24-11

2 (4)

3. Seminole State College

19-9

2 (5)

4. Murray State College

19-10

0 (0)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT B TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2013

Oklahoma Baptist Univ. (Shawnee, Okla.)

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RETURNING LEADERS Marisha Wallace

N. Oklahoma-Enid

C

15.2 ppg

Marisha Wallace

N. Oklahoma-Enid

C

10.3 rpg

Ashala Watson

Carl Albert State

G

5.4 apg

Chelsea Bates

N. Oklahoma-Enid

G

2.6 spg

Marisha Wallace

N. Oklahoma-Enid

C

2.1 bpg

D Brown

Carl Albert State

G

31.3 3pt%

Chelsea Bates

N. Oklahoma-Enid

G

79.4 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Carl Albert State College

2011-12 Stats

Ashala Watson

G

5' 4"

5.4 apg

Carl Albert State College

D Brown

G

5' 4"

10.3 ppg

Connors State College

Tiara Hall

F

6' 0"

12.2 ppg - 8.7 rpg

Connors State College

Tonisha Dean

G

5' 11"

8.7 ppg

Northern Oklahoma-Enid

Marisha Wallace

C

6' 2"

15.2 ppg - 10.3 rpg - 2.1 bpg

Seminole State College

Oulaymatou Coulibaly

C

6' 2"

13.0 ppg - 6.6 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Greg Krause

N. Oklahoma-Tonkawa

30 (511-423)

30 (511-423)

2. Rita Story-Schell

Seminole State College

12 (183-161)

24 (381-318)

3. Jeff Tadtman

Carl Albert State College

9 (155-122)

16 (298-135)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT C (Regions 3, 12, 15, 20) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

3

Monroe Community College

Rochester, N.Y.

12

Vincennes University

Vincennes, Ind.

15

ASA College

Brooklyn, N.Y.

15

Globe Institute of Technology

New York, N.Y.

20

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore, Md.

20

Harford Community College

Bel Air, Md.

2011-12 Monroe 2010-11 Vincennes 2009-10 Monroe

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Monroe

2006

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. ASA College

22-5

0 (3)

2. Monroe CC

25-6

1 (2)

3. Vincennes University

24-7

1 (2)

4. Harford CC

11-16

5 (7)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT C TOURNAMENT March 7-9, 2013

Hosted by Region 20 Champion

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RETURNING LEADERS Tiffany Taylor

Harford

G

19.4 ppg

Bernadette Benitez

Globe

G

10.3 rpg

Shelby Key

Harford

G

5.0 apg

Shelby Key

Harford

G

4.3 spg

Bernadette Benitez

Globe

G

2.6 bpg

Zhanna Chukhrii

Vincennes

F

47.1 3pt%

Shelby Key

Harford

G

59.7 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

ASA College

2011-12 Stats

Brianna Mitchell

G

5' 6"

11.8 ppg - 6.6 rpg

ASA College

Sashana Bucknor

F

5' 11"

7.3 rpg

Baltimore City CC

Shamera O'Neal

G

5' 6"

8.3 ppg - 6.1 rpg

Globe Institute of Technology Benadette Benitez

G

5' 11"

10.3 rpg - 2.6 bpg

Harford CC

Kourtney Orr

F

5' 11"

9.4 rpg

Harford CC

Shelby Key

G

5' 6"

5.0 apg - 4.3 spg

Harford CC

Tiffany Taylor

G

5' 5"

19.4 ppg - 7.8 rpg - 4.4 spg

Monroe CC

Karin Robinson

G

5' 6"

11.2 ppg - 4.3 apg

Vincennes University

Zhanna Chukhrii

F

5' 8"

13.9 ppg - 47.1 3pt%

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Harry Meeks

Vincennes University

21 (496-199)

21 (496-199)

2. Tim Parrinello

Monroe CC

16 (444-64)

16 (444-64)

3. Adia Revell

ASA College

3 (50-26)

3 (50-26)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT D (Regions 4, 13) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

4

Harry S Truman College

Chicago, Ill.

4

Highland Community College - Illinois

Freeport, Ill.

4

Kennedy-King College

Chicago, Ill.

4

Malcolm X College

Chicago, Ill.

4

Richard J. Daley College

Chicago, Ill.

4

Sauk Valley Community College

13

Bismarck State College

13

Lake Region State College - ND

13

North Dakota State College of Science

13

Williston State College

2011-12 Malcolm X 2010-11 Malcolm X 2009-10 Williston State

Dixon, Ill. Bismarck, N.D. Devils Lake, N.D. Wahpeton, N.D. Williston, N.D.

REGION 4 TOURNAMENT March 2-4, 2013

Highland CC (Free Port, Ill.)

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

Return Starters (Total)

1. Malcolm X College

16-17

2 (2)

2. Sauk Valley CC

21-9

2 (2)

3. Williston State College

21-9

3 (8)

DISTRICT D CHAMPIONSHIP

4. Highland CC (Ill.)

12-18

2 (5)

March 6-9, 2013

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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REGION 13 TOURNAMENT

2011-12 Record

March 3-6, 2013

Games played at Higher Seeds

Region 13 Champion at Region 4 Champion

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Maggie Lorenz

Williston State

C

16.9 ppg

Danielle Miller

Kennedy-King

F

10.0 rpg

Tabitha Vigen

Lake Region State

G

4.2 apg

Tabitha Vigen

Lake Region State

G

3.0 spg

Holly Nicklaus

Sauk Valley

G

1.5 bpg

Lydia Box

Sauk Valley

G

34.7 3pt%

Keeley Schulz

Highland CC

G

78.3 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Highland CC - Illinois

2011-12 Stats

Keeley Schulz

G

5' 8"

15.0 ppg

Kennedy-King College

Chavathian Allen

F

5' 8"

12.0 ppg

Kennedy-King College

Danielle Miller

F

5' 11"

10.0 rpg

Malcolm X College

Ariana Novak

G

5' 10"

15.3 ppg

Sauk Valley CC

Lydia Box

G

5' 9"

15.1 ppg - 7.0 rpg

Williston State College

Maggie Lorenz

C

6' 2"

16.9 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Duane Schwab

Lake Region State College

23 (526-220)

23 (526-220)

2. Gloria M. Reeves

Kennedy-King College

14 (198/184)

14 (198-184)

3. Paulette Stein

North Dakota SCS

9 (180-97)

9 (180-97)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT E (Region 5) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

5

Cisco College

Cisco, Texas

5

Clarendon College

5

Collin County Community College

5

Frank Phillips College

5

Hill College

5

Howard College

5

McLennan Community College

5

Midland College

5

New Mexico Junior College

5

Odessa College

Odessa, Texas

5

Ranger College

Ranger, Texas

5

South Plains College

5

Southwestern Christian College

Terrell, Texas

5

Temple College

Temple, Texas

5

Weatherford College

5

Western Texas College

Clarendon, Texas Plano, Texas

2011-12 New Mexico JC 2010-11 *Grayson County 2009-10 Midland *No longer District member

Borger, Texas Hillsboro, Texas Big Spring, Texas Waco, Texas Midland, Texas Hobbs, N.M.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Odessa

2007

Odessa

1991

Odessa

1986

Levelland, Texas

Weatherford, Texas Snyder, Texas

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Weatherford College

25-4

2 (3)

2. Midland College

23-8

1 (3)

3. New Mexico JC

32-5

1 (3)

4. Odessa College

22-9

2 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT E TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2012

Lubbock Christian Univ. (Lubbock, Texas)

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS JohVonna Darrington Weatherford

F

18.5 ppg

Achiri Ade

Midland

F

10.0 rpg

Jaslyn Bradley

Southwestern Christian

G

5.0 apg

JohVonna Darrington Weatherford

F

3.1 spg

Katora Criner

Southwestern Christian

G

1.4 bpg

Jaslyn Bradley

Southwestern Christian

G

48.5 3pt%

Stephanie Moore

South Plains

C

76.4 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Clarendon College

2011-12 Stats

Cory Minjarez

G

5' 6"

12.5 ppg

Hill College

Ashley Brown

G

5' 6"

11.6 ppg

Midland College

Achiri Ade

F

6' 1"

11.7 ppg - 10.0 rpg

Odessa College

Angenay Williams

F

5' 9"

12.2 ppg

Southwestern Christian

Alyssa Weatherd

G

5' 9"

12.0 ppg - 9.0 rpg - 5.0 apg

Southwestern Christian

Jaslyn Bradley

G

5' 7"

15.0 ppg - 5.0 apg - 3.0 spg

Temple College

Chanel Miller

G

5' 10"

11.1 ppg

Weatherford College

JohVonna Darrington

F

6' 0"

18.5 ppg - 8.3 rpg - 3.1 spg

Western Texas College

Breanna Burton

G

5' 7"

10.0 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Bob McKinley

Weatherford College

35 (796-367)

35 (796-367)

2. Ron Jones

Midland College

18 (480-119)

20 (514-146)

3. Ricky Rhodes

McLennan CC

13 (242-154)

13 (242-154)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT F (Region 6) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

6

Allen County Community College

Iola, Kan.

6

Barton Community College

6

Butler Community College - KS

El Dorado, Kan.

6

Cloud County Community College

Concordia, Kan.

6

Coffeyville Community College

Coffeyville, Kan.

6

Colby Community College

6

Cowley County Community College

6

Dodge City Community College

Dodge City, Kan.

6

Garden City Community College

Garden City, Kan.

6

Hutchinson Community College

Hutchinson, Kan.

6

Independence Community College

6

Labette Community College

Parsons, Kan.

6

Neosho County Community College

Chanute, Kan.

6

Northwest Kansas Technical College

Goodland, Kan.

6

Pratt Community College

6

Seward County Community College

Great Bend, Kan.

Colby, Kan. Arkansas City, Kan.

2011-12 Hutchinson 2010-11 Cloud County 2009-10 Labette

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Seward County

2002

Cloud County

2001

Independence, Kan.

Pratt, Kan. Liberal, Kan.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Hutchinson CC

36-1

0 (4)

2. Independence CC

27-6

1 (5)

3. Seward County CC

23-8

2 (4)

4. Garden City CC

21-12

2 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT F TOURNAMENT March 2-9, 2012

Hartman Arena (Park City, Kan.)

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Jamilah Bonner

Butler

G

17.0 ppg

Tamara Jones

Garden City

F

8.6 rpg

Miracle Davis

Allen County

G

7.1 apg

Miracle Davis

Allen County

G

3.8 spg

Tonisha Wilson

Coffeyville

G

3.0 bpg

Anete Kirsteine

Seward County

G

45.5 3pt%

Tamara Jones

Garden City

F

76.0 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Allen County CC

2011-12 Stats

Miracle Davis

G

5' 10"

6.8 rpg - 7.1 apg - 3.8 spg

Barton CC

Blair Bloomfield

G

6' 0"

9.0 ppg

Butler CC - KS

Jamillah Bonner

G

5' 8"

17.0 ppg - 8.0 rpg

Cloud County CC

Aleesha Coulter

G

5' 9"

10.3 ppg

Garden City CC

Tamara Jones

F

6' 1"

16.0 ppg - 8.6 rpg

Labette CC

Shawnee Phillips

G

5' 10"

11.1 ppg - 6.5 rpg

Seward County CC

Anete Kirsteine

G

6' 0"

11.3 ppg - 45.5 3pt%

Seward County CC

Ricquia Jones

G

5' 1"

8.0 ppg - 4.2 apg - 3.0 spg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Brett Erkenbrack

Cloud County CC

2. Emily Washburn 3. Toby Wynn

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

23 (536-209)

23 (536-209)

Coffeyville CC

9 (206-84)

9 (206-84)

Seward County CC

7 (187-46)

7 (187-46)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT G (Region 7) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

7

Chattanooga State Community College

Chattanooga, Tenn.

7

Cleveland State Community College

Cleveland, Tenn.

7

Columbia State Community College

Columbia, Tenn.

7

Dyersburg State Community College

Dyersburg, Tenn.

7

Jackson State Community College

Jackson, Tenn.

7

Motlow State Community College

Lynchburg, Tenn.

7

Roane State Community College

Harriman, Tenn.

7

Southwest Tennessee Community College

Memphis, Tenn.

7

Volunteer State Community College

7

Walters State Community College

2011-12 Walters State 2010-11 Chattanooga State 2009-10 Walters State

Gallatin, Tenn. Morristown, Tenn.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Walters State CC

28-4

2 (2)

2. Volunteer State CC

20-10

4 (5)

3. Chattanooga State CC

20-5

2 (3)

4. Columbia State CC

16-5

1 (6)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT G TOURNAMENT March 5-9, 2013

Motlow State CC (Tullahoma, Tenn.)

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Sara Bliss

Volunteer State

G

10.9 ppg

Caprisha Rogers

Walters State

G

5.5 rpg

Christy Steele

Jackson State

G

4.3 apg

Robyn Allen

Cleveland State

G

2.8 spg

Lekera Taylor

Motlow State

G

2.0 bpg

Sara Bliss

Volunteer State

G

44.6 3pt%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Chattanooga State CC

2011-12 Stats

Khamiyah Crawford

G

5' 4"

8.8 ppg

Cleveland State CC

Chelsea Jones

F

5' 8"

9.2 ppg

Columbia State CC

Samantha Thomas

C

6' 0"

10.0 bpg

Dyersburg State CC

Kelsey Nowlin

G

5' 8"

9.0 ppg

Jackson State CC

Christy Steele

G

5' 7"

10.0 ppg - 4.3 apg

Volunteer State CC

Heather Vann

F

6' 0"

9.8 ppg

Volunteer State CC

Sara Bliss

G

5' 7"

10.9 ppg - 44.6 3pt%

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Dave Kragel

Walters State CC

35 (777-256)

35 (777-256)

2. Dan Lumpkin

Cleveland State CC

15 (243-177)

15 (243-177)

3. Jay Price

Chattanooga State CC

4 (72-28)

8 (224-90)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT H (Region 8) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

8

Brevard Community College

Melbourne, Fla.

8

Broward College

8

Chipola College

8

College of Central Florida

8

Daytona State College

8

Florida State College at Jacksonville

8

Gulf Coast State College

8

Hillsborough Community College

8

Indian River State College

8

Miami Dade College

8

Northwest Florida State College

8

Palm Beach State College

8

Pensacola State College

8

Santa Fe College

8

St. Petersburg College

8

Tallahassee Community College

Davie, Fla. Marianna, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Panama City, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Ft. Pierce, Fla.

2011-12 Pensacola State 2010-11 Pensacola State 2009-10 Gulf Coast State

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Gulf Coast State

2010

Gulf Coast State

2008

Gulf Coast State

2003

Gulf Coast State

1989

Miami, Fla. Niceville, Fla. Lake Worth, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Northwest Florida St. College

23-6

1 (2)

2. Gulf Coast State College

21-4

1 (2)

3. Pensacola State College

29-5

1 (4)

4. Chipola College

19-11

1 (3)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT H TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2013

Chipola College, (Marianna, Fla.)

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Shaneece Stephens

Brevard

G

18.4 ppg

Teandrea Smith

Pensacola State

F

11.4 rpg

Sarah Williams

Tallahassee

G

4.2 apg

Jasmin Burger

Miami Dade

G

3.3 spg

Shalonda Hart

Brevard

C

4.0 bpg

Olivia Atwell

Brevard

G

35.7 3pt%

Teandrea Smith

Pensacola State

F

63.0 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Brevard CC

2011-12 Stats

Shaneece Stephens

G

5' 9"

18.4 ppg - 3.0 spg

College of Central Florida

TiChina Mitchell

F

5' 11"

13.0 ppg - 6.0 rpg

Gulf Coast State College

Tamara Taylor

G

5' 8"

11.5 ppg

Hillsborough CC

Janai Merritt

G

5' 9"

15.0 ppg

Indian River State College

Precious Roberts

G

5' 9"

10.0 ppg

Miami Dade College

Jasmin Burger

G

5' 8"

14.0 ppg - 3.3 spg

Palm Beach State College

La Quandra Brazil

F

6' 0"

12.0 ppg - 7.0 rpg

Pensacola State College

Teandrea Smith

F

6' 1"

13.3 ppg - 11.4 rpg

Tallahassee CC

Sarah Williams

G

5' 5"

13.3 ppg - 4.2 apg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Susan Summons

Miami Dade College

2. Kristy B. Ward

Florida State-Jacksonville

3. Teresa Atkinson

Tallahassee CC

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

26 (428-319)

30 (458-325)

1 (9-21)

17 (393-163)

15 (252-188)

15 (252-188)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT I (Region 9) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

9

Casper College

Casper, Wyo.

9

Central Wyoming College

9

Dawson Community College

9

Eastern Wyoming College

9

Gillette College

9

Lamar Community College

9

Little Big Horn College

9

McCook Community College

9

Miles Community College

9

Northeastern Junior College

9

Northwest College

9

Otero Junior College

La Junta, Colo.

9

Sheridan College

Sheridan, Wyo.

9

Trinidad State Junior College

Trinidad, Colo.

9

Western Nebraska Community College

Scottsbluff, Neb.

9

Western Wyoming Community College

Rock Springs, Wyo.

2011-12 Otero

Riverton, Wyo.

2010-11 Casper

Glendive, Mont.

2009-10 Casper

Torrington, Wyo. Gillette, Wyo. Lamar, Colo. Crow Agency, Mont. McCook, Neb. Miles City, Mont. Sterling, Colo. Powell, Wyo.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Casper College

30-3

4 (5)

2. Northeastern JC

16-17

1 (4)

3. Sheridan College

26-6

3 (3)

4. Western Nebraska CC

21-9

3 (3)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT I TOURNAMENT March 3-7, 2013

Hosted by South Division Champion

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Acacia Big Man

Little Big Horn

G

17.5 ppg

Kenosha Wright

Gillette

F

7.2 rpg

Brittani Colberg

Eastern Wyoming

G

4.0 apg

Idil Ozbayrak

Western Nebraska

G

3.0 spg

Destiny Bragman

Trinidad State

C

2.3 bpg

Shelby Stewart

Casper

G

41.0 3pt%

Kennedy Allen

Northwest

C

75.2 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Casper College

2011-12 Stats

Shelby Stewart

G

5' 9"

9.5 ppg - 41.0 3pt%

Eastern Wyoming College

Brittani Colberg

G

5' 6"

10.0 ppg - 4.0 apg

Gillette College

Kenosha Wright

F

5' 11"

7.2 rpg - 2.1 bpg

Little Big Horn College

Acacia Big Man

G

5' 7"

17.5 ppg

Miles CC

Ivana Grbic

F

5' 11"

10.8 ppg - 6.4 rpg

Northeastern JC

Ngone Ndiaye

F

6' 1"

9.5 ppg

Northwest College

Kennedy Allen

C

6' 1"

15.1 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. David Harnish

Western Nebraska CC

2. Dwight Gunnare 3. Darrel Parker

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

24 (647-141)

24 (647-141)

Casper College

4 (114-25)

10 (240-87)

Northeastern JC

6 (151-41)

6 (151-41)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT J (Regions 10, 17) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

10

Clinton Junior College

Rock Hill, S.C.

10

Denmark Technical College

Denmark, S.C.

10

Spartanburg Methodist College

10

Tri-County Technical College

17

Albany Technical College

17

Andrew College

17

Atlanta Metropolitan College

Atlanta, Ga.

17

Central Georgia Technical College

Macon, Ga.

17

Chattahoochee Technical College

17

Darton State College

17

East Georgia State College

Swainsboro, Ga.

17

Georgia Highlands College

Rome, Ga.

17

Georgia Perimeter College

Decatur, Ga.

17

Middle Georgia College

Cochran, Ga.

17

South Georgia Technical College

Spartanburg, S.C.

2011-12 Georgia Perimeter 2010-11 Georgia Perimeter 2009-10 South Georgia Tech

Pendleton, S.C. Albany, Ga. Cuthbert, Ga.

Marietta, Ga. Albany, Ga.

Americus, Ga.

REGION 10 TOURNAMENT

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

March 1-2, 2013

Clinton JC (Rock Hill, S.C.)

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Georgia Perimeter College

23-11

0 (1)

2. Darton State College

20-8

2 (3)

3. Middle Georgia College

20-6

3 (6)

4. South Georgia Tech

24-9

0 (0)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

REGION 17 TOURNAMENT March 5-8, 2013

Games played at Higher Seeds

DISTRICT J TOURNAMENT March 9, 2013

Region 10 Champion at Region 17 Champion

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2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Brittany Witt

Middle Georgia

G

20.0 ppg

Jasmine Grier

Central Georgia Tech

G

11.3 rpg

Brittany Witt

Middle Georgia

G

6.0 apg

Brittany Witt

Middle Georgia

G

5.0 spg

Jasmine Grier

Central Georgia Tech

G

4.8 bpg

Brittany Witt

Middle Georgia

G

36.8 3pt%

Amber Howell

Central Georgia Tech

F

89.0 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Central Georgia Tech College

2011-12 Stats

Jasmine Grier

G

6' 0"

13.9 ppg - 11.3 rpg - 4.8 bpg

Darton State College

Chanteniece Fann

F

5' 10"

9.6 ppg - 7.3 rpg

Darton State College

Michelle Mitchell

G

5' 9"

17.2 ppg - 9.6 rpg - 3.1 spg

Georgia Highlands College

Shanique Holston

F

5' 11"

14.8 ppg - 7.4 rpg

Georgia Perimeter College

Ronita Garrett

F

6' 0"

9.1 ppg - 8.1 rpg

Middle Georgia College

Brittany Witt

G

5' 6"

20.0 ppg - 6.0 apg - 5.0 spg

Middle Georgia College

J'Una Rollins

C

6' 0"

11.0 rpg - 2.0 bpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Anderson Ligon

Middle Georgia College

2. Brandan Harrell

Georgia Highlands College

3. Roderick Woods

Clinton JC

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

7 (127-72)

12 (242-139)

0 (0-0)

8 (152-108)

10 (105-169)

10 (105-169)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT K (Regions 11, 16) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

11

Iowa Western Community College

11

Northeast Community College

16

Council Bluffs, Iowa

2011-12 Jefferson

Norfolk, Neb.

2010-11 State Fair

Crowder College

Neosho, Mo.

2009-10 Jefferson

16

Jefferson College

Hillsboro, Mo.

16

Mineral Area College

Park Hills, Mo.

16

Moberly Area Community College

16

State Fair Community College

16

Three Rivers Community College

Moberly, Mo.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Moberly Area

1982

Sedalia, Mo. Poplar Bluff, Mo.

REGION 11 TOURNAMENT March 2, 2013

Played at Higher Seed

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

Return Starters (Total)

1. Iowa Western CC

21-12

4 (9)

2. State Fair CC

18-12

0 (1)

3. Moberly Area CC

17-14

1 (2)

DISTRICT K TOURNAMENT

4. Three Rivers CC - MO

9-22

2 (6)

March 9, 2013

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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REGION 16 TOURNAMENT

2011-12 Record

March 1-2, 2013

Three Rivers CC (Poplar Bluff, Mo.)

Region 11 Champion at Region 16 Champion

2012-13 NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

RETURNING LEADERS Tyisha Smith

Iowa Western

G

17.4 ppg

Carolyn Overton

Three Rivers

F

8.5 rpg

Tyisha Smith

Iowa Western

G

5.2 apg

Shanevian Holden

Moberly Area

F

2.5 spg

Brittany Lawson

Mineral Area

C

2.8 bpg

Lakota Goe

Iowa Western

G

37.2 3pt%

Tyisha Smith

Iowa Western

G

74.3 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Crowder College

2011-12 Stats

Caprese Marshall

G

5' 7"

9.6 ppg

Crowder College

Sarah Sagely

G

5' 7"

9.6 ppg

Crowder College

Terai Sadler

F

5' 11"

8.6 ppg - 7.6 rpg

Iowa Western CC

Tyisha Smith

G

5' 4"

17.4 ppg - 5.2 apg

Mineral Area College

Brittany Lawson

C

5' 11"

9.0 ppg - 8.0 rpg - 2.8 bpg

Northeast CC

Sasha Carter

F

5' 8"

16.0 ppg - 8.0 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Matt Svehla

Northeast CC

2. Jim Turgeon 3. Gary Koch

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

18 (426-140)

18 (426-140)

Iowa Western CC

5 (110-48)

12 (234-145)

Mineral Area College

6 (110-75)

9 (181-102)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT L (Region 14) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

14

Angelina College

Lufkin, Texas

14

Blinn College

14

Jacksonville College

14

Kilgore College

Kilgore, Texas

14

Panola College

Carthage, Texas

14

Paris Junior College

14

San Jacinto College-North

14

Trinity Valley Community College

14

Tyler Junior College

2011-12 Trinity Valley

Brenham, Texas

2010-11 Trinity Valley

Jacksonville, Texas

2009-10 Trinity Valley

Paris, Texas

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Trinity Valley

2012

Trinity Valley

2004

Tyler

2000

Trinity Valley

1999

Trinity Valley

1997

Trinity Valley

1996

Trinity Valley

1994

Kilgore

1990

Kilgore

1988

Panola

1978

Paris

1975

Houston, Texas Athens, Texas Tyler, Texas

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Trinity Valley CC

36-0

0 (0)

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2. Tyler JC

25-8

0 (4)

March 5-9, 2013

3. Paris JC

24-7

0 (2)

UT Tyler (Tyler, Texas)

4. Blinn College

22-10

1 (2)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Jessica Hines

San Jacinto-North

G

17.4 ppg

Olimpiea Hurst

San Jacinto-North

C

7.5 rpg

Jessica Hines

San Jacinto-North

G

4.5 apg

Jessica Hines

San Jacinto-North

G

3.0 spg

Olimpiea Hurst

San Jacinto-North

C

3.6 bpg

Jinaki Robinson

Jacksonville

G

32.6 3pt%

Breanna Burford

Jacksonville

F

75.9 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Angelina College

2011-12 Stats

Demetria Foreman

G

5' 6"

10.1 ppg - 5.2 apg

Angelina College

Diamond Webb

G

5' 4"

13.6 ppg

Blinn College

Audrisa Harrison

F

5' 10"

10.6 ppg - 6.7 rpg

Jacksonville College

Breanna Burford

F

5' 10"

10.1 ppg - 6.7 rpg

San Jacinto College-North

Jessica Hines

G

5' 8"

17.4 ppg - 4.5 apg - 3.0 spg

San Jacinto College-North

Olimpiea Hurst

C

6' 3"

7.5 rpg - 3.6 bpg

Tyler JC

Keaira Arion

G

5' 8"

8.2 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Trenia Tillis Jones

Tyler JC

12 (274-116)

12 (274-116)

2. Jeff Jenkins

Blinn College

10 (193-123)

13 (246-161)

3. Tracey Stellato

Panola College

10 (155-140)

10 (155-140)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT M (Region 18) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

18

College of Southern Idaho

Twin Falls, Idaho

18

Colorado Northwestern Community College

18

North Idaho College

18

Salt Lake Community College

18

Snow College

18

Utah State Univ. - College of Eastern Utah

2011-12 Snow

Rangely, Colo.

2010-11 North Idaho

Coeur d' Alene, Idaho

2009-10 North Idaho

Salt Lake City, Utah Ephraim, Utah Price, Utah

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS North Idaho

2011

North Idaho

1993

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. North Idaho College

23-6

3 (4)

2. Salt Lake CC

18-13

1 (3)

3. College of Southern Idaho

15-16

1 (4)

4. Snow College

20-14

1 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT M TOURNAMENT February 28 - March 2, 2013

North Idaho College (Coeur d’Alene, Idaho)

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North Idaho

G

11.0 ppg

Jordi Wilden

Snow

F

5.5 rpg

Hailee Parry

USU-Eastern Utah

G

3.2 apg

Amy Arbon

USU-Eastern Utah

F

2.0 spg

Michelle Blanton

Colorado Northwestern

F

0.6 bpg

Angela Woods

North Idaho

G

37.8 3pt%

Katie Buskey

North Idaho

G

67.9 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Colorado Northwestern CC

2011-12 Stats

Jasmine Ransom

G

5' 6"

9.3 ppg

North Idaho College

Katie Buskey

G

5' 8"

11.0 ppg

USU-Eastern Utah

Hailee Parry

G

5' 2"

8.0 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Betsy Specketer

Salt Lake CC

16 (360-150)

16 (360-150)

2. Dave Paur

USU-Eastern Utah

22 (347 - 364)

22 (347 - 364)

3. Randy Rogers

College of Southern Idaho

10 (283-108)

10 (283-108)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT N (Region 22) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

22

Alabama Southern Community College

Monroeville, Ala.

22

Bishop State Community College

22

Chattahoochee Valley Community College

22

Enterprise State Community College

22

Faulkner State Community College

Bay Minette, Ala.

22

Gadsden State Community College

Gadsden, Ala.

22

Lawson State Community College

22

Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

22

Shelton State Community College

22

Snead State Community College

22

Southern Union State Community College

22

Wallace Community College-Selma

22

Wallace State Community College-Hanceville

Mobile, Ala. Phenix City, Ala.

2011-12 Shelton State 2010-11 Wallace State-Hanceville 2009-10 Shelton State

Enterprise, Ala.

Birmingham, Ala. Andalusia, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Boaz, Ala. Wadley, Ala. Selma, Ala. Hanceville, Ala.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Shelton State CC

33-4

2 (6)

2. Wallace State CC-Hanceville

22-9

1 (3)

3. Gadsden State CC

16-11

4 (5)

4. Alabama Southern CC

19-12

3 (7)

DISTRICT N TOURNAMENT March 2-9, 2013

Wallace State CC (Hanceville, Ala.)

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RETURNING LEADERS Eisha Person

Southern Union State

G

15.0 ppg

Tierra Green

Southern Union State

F

10.0 rpg

DeShanti Lewis

Alabama Southern

G

6.0 apg

Kia Guilford

Southern Union State

G

4.0 spg

Tierra Green

Southern Union State

F

3.0 bpg

Sharin Rivers

Shelton State

G

34.1 3pt%

Katy Miller

Gadsden State

G

71.4 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Alabama Southern CC

2011-12 Stats

DeShanti Lewis

G

5' 3"

11.9 ppg - 6.0 apg

Bishop State CC

Aundre Adams

G

5' 1"

10.8 ppg - 5.2 apg - 3.7 spg

Faulkner State CC

Tykeria Johnson

F

5' 9"

12.9 ppg

Gadsden State CC

Sheyene Turner

G

5' 6"

13.1 ppg

Lawson State CC

Tearra Sams

F

5' 9"

10.5 ppg - 6.4 rpg

Lurleen B. Wallace CC

Kimberly Williams

G

5' 8"

13.0 ppg - 4.0 apg

Southern Union State CC

Eisha Person

G

6' 0"

15.0 ppg

Wallace State CC-Hanceville

Ashley Nance

F

5' 9"

12.3 ppg - 6.8 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Ricky Knight

Lurleen B. Wallace CC

25 (496-320)

25 (496-320)

2. Madonna Thompson

Shelton State CC

14 (355-113)

14 (355-113)

3. Linda Pitts

Faulkner State CC

17 (251-292)

17 (251-292)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT O (Region 23) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

2011-12 Meridian

23

Baton Rouge Community College

Baton Rouge, La.

23

Coahoma Community College

Clarksdale, Miss.

2010-11 Copiah-Lincoln

23

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

Wesson, Miss.

2009-10 Copiah-Lincoln

23

Delgado Community College

23

East Central Community College

23

East Mississippi Community College

23

New Orleans, La. Decatur, Miss.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Scooba, Miss.

Northeast Mississippi

1981

Hinds Community College

Raymond, Miss.

Northwest Mississippi

1979

23

Holmes Community College

Goodman, Miss.

23

Itawamba Community College

23

Jones County Junior College

23

Louisiana State University Eunice

23

Meridian Community College

23

Mississippi Delta Community College

Moorhead, Miss.

23

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Perkinston, Miss.

23

Northeast Mississippi Community College

Booneville, Miss.

23

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Senatobia, Miss.

23

Pearl River Community College

Poplarville, Miss.

23

Southern University-Shreveport

Shreveport, La.

23

Southwest Mississippi Community College

Summit, Miss.

Fulton, Miss. Ellisville, Miss. Eunice, La. Meridian, Miss.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Itawamba CC

26-3

1 (4)

2. Copiah-Lincoln CC

22-6

1 (9)

3. Jones County JC

15-10

0 (0)

DISTRICT O TOURNAMENT

4. Pearl River CC

16-9

4 (9)

March 6-9, 2013

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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Mississippi College (Clinton, Miss.)

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RETURNING LEADERS Talaih Robertson

Baton Rouge

F

13.0 ppg

Monique Biggins

Northwest Mississippi

F

10.4 rpg

Shaw Isom

Northwest Mississippi

G

3.5 apg

Monique Biggins

Northwest Mississippi

F

2.1 spg

Yasmine Nelson

Mississippi Gulf Coast

C

1.3 bpg

Tynita Baker

Itawamba

G

35.0 3pt%

Tequa Lofton

Mississippi Delta

G

71.6 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Baton Rouge CC

2011-12 Stats

Talaih Robertson

F

5' 11"

13.0 ppg

Coahoma CC

Breanna Wiley

G

5' 7"

16.0 ppg - 8.0 rpg

Coahoma CC

Bridgette Griffin

G

5' 7"

15.0 ppg - 4.0 apg - 3.0 spg

Northeast Mississippi CC

Kebrina Lucas

G

5' 6"

9.8 ppg

Northwest Mississippi CC

Monique Biggins

F

5' 8"

10.4 rpg

Northwest Mississippi CC

Shaq Isom

G

5' 8"

12.0 ppg

Pearl River CC

Shanta' Echols

F

6' 0"

10.9 ppg - 6.3 rpg

Southern-Shreveport

Tytionna Pratt

F

5' 10"

8.0 ppg - 8.4 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Gwyn Young

Copiah-Lincoln CC

36 (797 - 232)

36 (797 - 232)

2. Don Edwards

Northwest Mississippi CC

25 (371-271)

25 (371-271)

3. Sandra Sumrall

Jones County JC

13 (199-116)

13 (199-116)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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DISTRICT P (Region 24) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

Carterville, Ill.

2011-12 Southwestern Illinois

24

John A. Logan College

24

Kaskaskia College

Centralia, Ill.

2010-11 John A. Logan

24

Lincoln Trail College

Robinson, Ill.

2009-10 Lincoln Trail

24

Olney Central College

24

Rend Lake College

24

Shawnee Community College

Ullin, Ill.

24

Southeastern Illinois College

Harrisburg, Ill.

24

Southwestern Illinois College

Belleville, Ill.

24

Wabash Valley College

Olney, Ill. Ina, Ill.

Mt. Carmel, Ill.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Southwestern Illinois College

28-8

2 (2)

DISTRICT P TOURNAMENT

2. Wabash Valley College

22-10

2 (6)

March 5-8, 2013

3. John A. Logan College

9-17

1 (1)

Rend Lake College (Ina, Ill.)

4. Kaskaskia College

23-9

2 (2)

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RETURNING LEADERS Janelle Cannon

Southwestern Illinois

G

18.5 ppg

Jennifer Moeller

Rend Lake

F

10.0 rpg

Janelle Cannon

Southwestern Illinois

G

6.5 apg

Janelle Cannon

Southwestern Illinois

G

4.8 spg

Jennifer Moeller

Rend Lake

F

2.0 bpg

Miranda Burroughs

Kaskaskia

G

41.7 3pt%

Kelsee Ennis

Olney Central

G

80.7 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

John A. Logan College

2011-12 Stats

Kyra Navarrete

F

5' 11"

16.0 ppg - 7.1 rpg

Kaskaskia College

Brandi Riddle

G

5' 8"

8.0 ppg

Lincoln Trail College

Erica Phifer

G

5' 6"

4.0 apg

Olney Central College

Kelsee Ennis

G

5' 6"

13.7 ppg - 3.1 spg - 80.7 FT%

Rend Lake College

Jennifer Moeller

F

6' 0"

16.0 ppg - 10.0 rpg - 2.0 bpg

Southeastern Illinois College

Kenyatta Drake

F

6' 0"

16.0 ppg - 9.0 rpg

Southwestern Illinois College

Janelle Cannon

G

5' 9"

18.5 ppg - 6.5 apg - 4.8 spg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Mike Juenger

Southwestern Illinois College

15 (310-176)

15 (310-176)

2. Marty Hawkins

John A. Logan College

14 (256-172)

14 (256-172)

3. Zach Loll

Wabash Valley College

3 (60-31)

11 (176-166)

*Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 

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REGION 4

REGION 10

*Winner to District D Championship 

*Winner to District J Championship 

Malcolm X College, Ill. (16-14)

54

Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. (17-13)

58

Black Hawk College-East, Ill. (15-18)

44

Denmark Technical College, S.C. (20-2)

56

REGION 13

REGION 17

*Winner to District D Championship 

*Winner to District J Championship 

Williston State College, N.D. (21-8)

66

Georgia Perimeter College (21-9)

83

Lake Region State College, N.D. (19-11)

48

South Georgia Technical College (24-9)

47

DISTRICT A

DISTRICT B

(Region 1) 

(Region 2) 

Central Arizona College (29-1)

68

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (22-9)

58 | O

Arizona Western College (26-5)

59

Northern Oklahoma-Enid (29-4)

57 | T

DISTRICT C

DISTRICT D

(Regions 3, 12) 

(Regions 4, 13) 

Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-4)

57

Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-14)

53

Vincennes University, Ind. (24-7)

53

Williston State College, N.D. (21-9)

52

DISTRICT E

DISTRICT F

(Region 5) 

(Region 6) 

New Mexico JC (29-4)

64

Hutchinson CC, Kan. (33-0)

43

Odessa College, Texas (22-9)

51

Independence CC, Kan. (27-6)

41

DISTRICT G

DISTRICT H

(Region 7) 

(Region 8) 

Walters State CC, Tenn. (27-2)

50

Pensacola State College, Fla. (26-4)

64

Columbia State CC, Tenn. (16-5)

32

Gulf Coast State College, Fla. (21-4)

60

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DISTRICT J

(Region 9) 

(Regions 10, 17) 

Otero JC, Colo. (31-1)

67

Georgia Perimeter College (22-9)

75

Northeastern JC, Colo. (16-17)

61

Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. (17-14)

46

DISTRICT K

DISTRICT L

(Regions 11, 16) 

(Region 14) 

Jefferson College, Mo. (28-4)

65

Trinity Valley CC, Texas (32-0)

75

Iowa Western CC (21-12)

43

Tyler JC, Texas (25-8)

67

DISTRICT M

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SEEDING

(Region 18) 

Seed 

Snow College, Utah (20-12)

60

Salt Lake CC, Utah (18-13)

57

DISTRICT N (Region 22) 

Shelton State CC, Ala. (31-2)

85

Wallace State CC-Hanceville, Ala. (22-9)

60

DISTRICT O (Region 23) 

Team 

District 

#1

Trinity Valley CC, Texas (32-0)

L

#2

Hutchinson CC, Kan. (33-0)

F

#3

Central Arizona College (29-1)

A

#4

Pensacola State College, Fla. (26-4)

H

#5

Jefferson College, Mo. (28-4)

K

#6

New Mexico JC (29-4)

E

#7

Otero JC, Colo. (31-1

I

#8

Snow College, Utah (31-1)

M

#9

Shelton State CC, Ala. (31-2)

N

Meridian CC, Miss. (22-10)

71

#10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (27-2)

G

Itawamba CC, Miss. (26-3)

67

#11 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (22-9)

B

#12 Georgia Perimeter College (22-9)

J

#13 Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-4)

C

#14 Southwestern Illinois College (27-6)

P

DISTRICT P (Region 24) 

Southwestern Illinois College (27-6)

62

#15 Meridian CC, Miss. (22-10)

O

Olney Central College, Ill. (21-12)

58

#16 Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-14)

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GAME 1                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

GAME 2                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

#3 Central Arizona College (30-1)

75

#6 New Mexico JC (30-4)

52

#14 Southwestern Illinois College (27-7)

53

#11 NE Oklahoma A&M (22-10)

42

GAME 3                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

GAME 4                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

#7 Otero JC, Colo. (31-2)

51

#2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (34-0)

75

#10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-2)

61

#15 Meridian CC, Miss. (22-11)

42

GAME 5                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

GAME 6                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

#1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (32-0)

88

#8 Snow College, Utah (20-13)

62

#16 Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-15)

51

#9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (32-2)

85

GAME 7                                                   Wednesday, March 21 

GAME 8                                                   Wednesday, March 21 

#5 Jefferson College, Mo. (28-5)

50

#4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (27-4)

72

#12 Georgia Perimeter College (23-9)

57

#13 Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-5)

60

GAME 9                                                  Wednesday, March 21 

GAME 10                                                Wednesday, March 21 

#11 NE Oklahoma A&M (22-11)

49

#3 Central Arizona College (31-1)

61

#14 Southwestern Illinois College (28-7)

62

#6 New Mexico JC (30-5)

56

GAME 11                                                Wednesday, March 21 

GAME 12                                                     Thursday, March 22 

62

#10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-3)

46

GAME 13                                                     Thursday, March 22 

#7 Otero JC, Colo. (32-2)

62

#8 Snow College, Utah (21-13)

53 | O

#15 Meridian CC, Miss. (22-12)

46

#16 Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-16)

50 | T

GAME 14                                                     Thursday, March 22 

GAME 15                                                     Thursday, March 22 

#5 Jefferson College, Mo. (29-5)

69

#6 New Mexico JC (31-5)

46

#13 Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-6)

58

#10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-4)

45

GAME 16                                                     Thursday, March 22 

48

#2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (35-0)

GAME 17                                                     Thursday, March 22 

#1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (33-0)

66

#4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (28-4)

70

#9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (32-3)

59

#12 Georgia Perimeter College (23-10)

57

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GAME 19                                                          Friday, March 23 

#7 Otero JC, Colo. (33‐2) 

48 

#5 Jefferson College, Mo. (30‐5) 

67 

#14 Southwestern Illinois College (28‐8) 

42 

#8 Snow College, Utah (21‐14) 

59 

GAME 20                                                          Friday, March 23 

GAME 21                                                          Friday, March 23 

#9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (33-3)

66

#2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (36-0)

69

#12 Georgia Perimeter College (23-11)

60

#3 Central Arizona College (31-2)

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#1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (34-0)

71

#4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (28-5)

66

5TH/6TH PLACE GAME

7TH/8TH PLACE GAME #5 Jefferson College, Mo. (31-5)

55

#6 New Mexico JC (32-5)

63

#7 Otero JC, Colo. (33-3)

43

#9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (33-4)

58

3RD/4TH PLACE GAME

N AT I O N A L C H A M P I O N S H I P

#3 Central Arizona College (31-3)

72

#1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (35-0)

69

#4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (29-5)

73

#2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (36-1)

55

COACHES OF TOURNAMENT

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

TRINITY VALLEY CARDINALS 2012 DI NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Sha’Kayla Caples

Trinity Valley

Kenya Landers

Meghan Dunn

Shelton State

Michael Landers

Honor Duvall

New Mexico

LaQuinta Jefferson

Jefferson

Brianna Lewis

Trinity Valley

Katrina Ottesen

Central Arizona

Laura Patrick

Hutchinson

Jackie Patterson

Hutchinson

Jasmine Richardson

Pensacola State

Chelsea Small

Hutchinson

TeAndrea Smith

Pensacola State

Brea Townsend

Central Arizona

Trinity Valley

 

TOURNAMENT MVP Keuna Flax

Trinity Valley

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2011-12 DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICANS PLAYER 

COLLEGE 

YEAR 

POS. 

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

FIRST TEAM Aubrey Boehme

Otero JC, Colo.

SO

C

Wyoming

Sha’Kayla Caples

Trinity Valley CC, Texas

SO

F

Not Returning

Portia Durrett

Walters State CC, Tenn.

SO

F

Oklahoma

Jacqueline Patterson

Hutchinson CC, Kan.

SO

F

Texas Tech

Priscila Santos

Utah State-Eastern Utah

SO

F

+William Woods

Uju Ugoka

Gulf Coast State, Fla.

SO

F

Virginia Tech

Jacqueline Chandler

Hill College, Texas

FR

G

Not Returning

Meghan Dunn

Shelton State CC, Ala.

SO

G

South Alabama

Keuna Flax

Trinity Valley

SO

G

*Central Missouri

Lavonda McCall

South Georgia Tech College

SO

G

*Washburn

*NCAA DII     +NAIA 

2011-12 DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICANS PLAYER 

COLLEGE 

YEAR 

POS. 

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

SECOND TEAM Jolie Olingende

Arizona Western College

SO

C

Robert Morris

Alecia Autman

Jones County JC, Miss.

SO

F

Not Returning

Te’Onna Campbell

New Mexico JC

SO

F

Houston

Tamara Phillip

Central Arizona College

SO

F

Albany

Sehmonyeh Allen

Monroe CC, N.Y.

SO

G

Not Returning

Korina Baker

North Idaho College

SO

G

SMU

Rosalie Cutri

Casper College, Wyo.

SO

G

Boise State

Ariel Easton

State Fair CC, Mo.

SO

G

Not Returning

Jameika Hoskins

Itawamba CC, Miss.

SO

G

Southeastern Louisiana

Laura Patrick

Hutchinson CC, Kan.

SO

G

*Emporia State

*NCAA DII 

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COLLEGE 

YEAR 

POS. 

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

THIRD TEAM Wilka Montout

NE Oklahoma A&M

SO

C

South Carolina

Mechel-la Ward

Palm Beach State, Fla.

SO

C

Not Returning

Aron Garcia

Hill College, Texas

SO

F

UT-Arlington

LaQuinta Jefferson

Jefferson College, Mo.

SO

F

Not Returning

Shae Kelley

Northwest Florida State

FR

F

Old Dominion

TeAndrea Smith

Pensacola State, Fla.

FR

F

RETURNING

Jordan Hunter

Crowder College, Mo.

SO

G

Southeast Missouri State

Alyssa Like

Olney Central College, Ill.

SO

G

Murray State

Brandi McKinney

Wabash Valley College, Ill.

SO

G

*Georgia College & State

Katrina Ottesen

Central Arizona College

SO

G

Colorado State

HONORABLE MENTION Bianca Fennessee

Albany Tech College, Ga.

SO

C

*Washburn

April Hargrow

Kennedy-King College, Ill.

SO

C

*West Virginia State

Brittany Webb

ASA College, N.Y.

SO

C

Seton Hall

TaCouya Allen

Wallace State-Hanceville, Ala.

SO

F

+Cumberland

Antoinette Carter

Murray State College, Okla.

SO

F

Stephen F. Austin

Ashlynn Knoll

Seward County CC, Kan.

SO

F

Kansas State

Kaylin Sheets

North Dakota SCS

SO

F

Not Returning

Ingrida Strikas

Vincennes University, Ind.

SO

F

Not Returning

Keosha Bradley

Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss.

SO

G

Southern

Janelle Cannon

Southwestern Illinois College

FR

G

RETURNING

Markisha Hawkins

Tyler JC, Texas

SO

G

Kansas

Sofia Hepworth

Salt Lake CC, Utah

SO

G

Southern Utah

Jill Herman

Roane State CC, Tenn.

SO

G

+The Cumberlands

Taylor Ignoto

Mineral Area College, Mo.

SO

G

LIU Brooklyn

Akia Jones

Walters State CC, Tenn.

SO

G

Not Returning

Fallon Lewis

Sheridan College, Wyo.

SO

G

Wyoming

Erica Martinez

Snow College, Utah

SO

G

Boise State

Michelle Mitchell

Darton State College, Ga.

FR

G

RETURNING

Latasia Ward

ASA College, N.Y.

SO

G

Stony Brook

Shamika Williams

Sauk Valley CC, Ill.

SO

G

Tampa

*NCAA DII     +NAIA 

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PRISCILA SANTOS

BIANCA FENNESSEE

Utah State-College of Eastern Utah (Sophomore - G)

Albany Technical College, Ga. (Sophomore - C)

29.1 POINTS/GAME

15.8 REBOUNDS/GAME

(30 GP, 347 FGM, 178 FTM)

(28 GP, 271 DREB, 171 OREB)

YASHIRA DELGADO

YASHIRA DELGADO

Hillsborough CC, Fla. (Sophomore - G)

Hillsborough CC, Fla. (Sophomore - G)

10.8 ASSISTS/GAME

71.1 FG%

(26 GP, 280 A)

(20 GP, 118/166 FG)

KATIE BLISS

DELANEY JONES

Volunteer State CC, Tenn. (Freshman - G)

Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa (Sophomore - G)

49.1 3PT%

90.2 FT%

(30 GP, 52/106 3PT)

(32 GP, 83/92 FT)

CHARITY HARRIS

ARON GARCIA

Denmark Technical College, S.C. (Sophomore - G)

Hill College, Texas (Sophomore - F)

5.8 STEALS/GAME

4.6 BLOCKS/GAME

(20 GP, 116 S)

(31 GP, 143 B)

2011-12 DI STATISTICAL TEAM CHAMPIONS Denmark Technical College, S.C.

94.5 PPG

(20 GP, 1,889 P)

Denmark Technical College, S.C.

50.6 FG%

(20 GP, 708/1,398 FG)

Vincennes University, Ind.

40.6 3PT%

(31 GP, 189/466 3PT)

Olney Central College, Ill.

75.1 FT%

(33 GP, 623/830 FT)

43.4 PAPG

(29 GP, 1,259 PA)

Walters State CC, Tenn.

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3.57 GPA

2011-12 NJCAA DI WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS STUDENT‐ATHLETE 

COLLEGE 

GPA 

STUDENT‐ATHLETE 

COLLEGE 

GPA 

STUDENT‐ATHLETE 

COLLEGE 

GPA 

Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence (4.0 GPA) Christa Beasler 

N. Oklahoma‐Enid 

4.0 

Devan Boeger 

Barton CC, Kan. 

4.0  Ashlyn Briegge 

N. Oklahoma‐Enid 

4.0 

Danielle Hardy 

Western Wyoming CC 

4.0 

Sharon Lyman 

Salt Lake CC, Utah 

4.0  Annastacia Mburu 

Jacksonville College, Fla.  4.0 

Rachel Mehus  

Williston State, N.D. 

4.0 

Wilka Montout 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

4.0  Lacey Orr 

SW Mississippi CC 

4.0 

Taylor Rock 

Otero JC, Colo. 

4.0 

Priscila Santos 

Utah St.‐Eastern Utah 

4.0  Jubilee Sutherland 

Eastern Wyoming 

4.0 

Staci Thomas 

Independence CC, Kan. 

4.0 

Jordyn Tolefree 

Butler CC, Kan. 

4.0  Tristan Troudt 

Black Hawk‐East, Ill. 

4.0 

Superior Academic Achievement (3.8‐3.99 GPA) Kelsie Du on 

Hill College, Texas 

3.96  Bree Harris 

NE Mississippi CC 

3.96  Kayla Thomas 

Seward County CC, Kan.  3.96 

Crystal Garre  

Roane State CC, Tenn. 

3.95  Tonje Milde 

Otero JC, Colo. 

3.95  Hannah Pollart 

Northeastern JC, Colo. 

3.95 

Ellie Carter 

Otero JC, Colo. 

3.94  Carly Schmale 

Garden City CC, Kan. 

3.94  Alyssa Schmidt 

Casper College, Wyo. 

3.94 

Laila Suleiman 

Redlands CC, Okla. 

3.94  Allanah Aus n 

Lon Morris, Texas 

3.93  Elizabeth Cooper 

Northeastern JC, Colo. 

3.93 

Maryam Dogo 

Lamar CC, Colo. 

3.93  Anna Sumrall 

Jones County JC, Miss. 

3.93  Lauren Douglas 

Jones County JC, Miss. 

3.92 

Kenzi Knobbe 

Garden City CC, Kan. 

3.91  Jaryn Koenig 

Weatherford, Texas 

3.91  Daria Kryuchkova 

Jacksonville College, Fla.  3.91 

Austyn Ridings 

John A. Logan, Ill. 

3.91  Sierra Sherrod 

Black Hawk‐East, Ill. 

3.91  Desiree Wylie 

Ranger College, Texas 

3.91 

Brushea Daniels 

Howard College, Texas 

3.90  Brynn Foster 

Central Wyoming 

3.90  Lesley Huff 

Murray State, Okla. 

3.90 

Jordan Hunter 

Crowder College, Mo. 

3.90  Caitlin Williams 

Arkansas Bap st College  3.90  Bailey Hemmert 

Garden City CC, Kan. 

3.89 

Anna Page 

NE Mississippi CC 

3.89  Jus ce Payne 

N. Oklahoma‐Enid  

3.89  Maria Salmio 

North Idaho College 

3.89 

Brooke Baker 

Northeastern JC, Colo. 

3.88  Kathryn Bigelow 

Utah St.‐Eastern Utah 

3.87  Therese Lindquist 

Northeast CC, Neb. 

3.87 

Hayli Shurtz 

Salt Lake CC, Utah 

3.87  Jelena Ciric 

Miami Dade, Fla. 

3.86  Delanah Colbert 

McLennan CC, Texas 

3.86 

Tiffany Bellamy 

N. Oklahoma‐Enid  

3.85  Haley Sturdevant 

Salt Lake CC, Utah 

3.85  Danijela Svircic 

Sauk Valley CC, Ill. 

3.85 

Chasi ty Taylor 

Panola College, Texas 

3.85  Jackie Becker 

Trinidad State JC, Colo. 

3.84  Ka e Walker 

Salt Lake CC, Utah 

3.84 

Cheryl Harless 

Salt Lake CC, Utah 

3.83  Sarah Hearon 

N. Oklahoma‐Tonkawa 

3.82  Kallie Madler 

Dawson CC, Mont. 

3.81 

Kate Alemann 

Mineral Area, Mo. 

3.80  Amanda Casey 

Dodge City CC, Kan. 

3.80  Nicole Hansen 

Otero JC, Colo. 

3.80 

Lauren Hoffman 

Sheridan College, Wyo. 

3.80  Folashade John 

Kaskaskia College, Ill. 

3.80  Ashley Vieria 

Clinton JC, S.C. 

3.80 

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*1975 Temple Junior College, Texas

1994 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1976 Seminole Junior College, Okla.

1995 Westark Community College, Ark.

1977 Panola Junior College, Texas

1996 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1978 Panola Junior College, Texas

1997 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1979 Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa

1998 Central Arizona College

1980 Truett-McConnell College, Ga.

1999 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1981 Louisburg College, N.C.

2000 Tyler Junior College, Texas

1982 Moberly Junior College, Mo.

2001 Cloud County Community College, Kan.

1983 Northwest Mississippi Junior College

2002 Seward County Community College, Kan.

1984 Roane State Community College, Tenn.

2003 Gulf Coast Community College, Fla.

1985 Connors State College, Okla.

2004 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1986 Odessa College, Texas

2005 Central Arizona College

1987 Northeast Mississippi Junior College

2006 Monroe Community College, N.Y.

1988 Kilgore College, Texas

2007 Odessa College, Texas

1989 Central Arizona College

2008 Gulf Coast Community College, Fla.

1990 Kilgore College, Texas

2009 Central Arizona College

1991 Odessa College, Texas

2010 Gulf Coast Community College, Fla.

1992 Louisburg College, N.C.

2011 North Idaho College

1993 Kilgore College, Texas

2012 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas *InvitaĆ&#x;onal Tournament

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FORMER PLAYERS IN THE WNBA PLAYER 

COLLEGE (SEASONS) 

Aiysha Smith

Tyler JC, Texas (2000-01)

Amber Holt

Southeastern Illinois College (2004-06)

Amisha Carter

Midland College, Texas (2000-02)

Betty Lennox

Trinity Valley CC, Texas (1996-97) Butler CC - KS (1995-96)

Christelle N'Garsanet Illinois Central College (2002-03) Danielle Adams

Jefferson College, Mo. (2007-09)

Elaine Powell

Pearl River CC (1991-93)

Jaynetta Sanders

Southwestern Illinois College (1997-99)

Ryneldi Becenti

Scottsdale CC, Ariz. (1990-91)

Shanele Stires

Cloud County CC, Kan. (1991-92)

Sheryl Swoopes

South Plains College (1989-91)

Tawona Alhaleem

John A. Logan College, Ill. (1992-94)

Yelena Leuchanka

Wabash Valley College, Ill. (2002-03) Seminole State College, Fla. (2000-02)

Yolanda Griffith

Palm Beach State College, Fla. (1990-91)

WNBA TEAM(S) 

Washington Mystics (2003-04) Tulsa Shock (2012-Present) New York Liberty (2005) Detroit Shock (2004) Tulsa Shock (2011) New York Liberty (2006) San Antonio Silver Stars (2012-Present) Detroit Shock (2002-06, ‘06-08) Chicago Sky (2006) Orlando Miracle (1999-02) Phoenix Mercury (2001-02) Phoenix Mercury (1997) Minnesota Lynx (2000-02) Tulsa Shock (2011) Seattle Storm (2008) Houston Comets (1997-07) Orlando Miracle (2001) Atlanta Dream (2012-Present) Indiana Fever (2009) Seattle Storm (2008) Sacramento Monarchs (1999-07)

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HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 1998 Lillie Frances Garmon (Temple JC, Texas) Betty Jo Graber (Weatherford College, Texas) Lea Plarski (St. Louis CC-Florissant Valley, Mo.) Dixie Woodall (Seminole State College, Fla.)

1999 Rose Marie Battaglia (Bergen CC, N.J.) Evelyn Blalock (Kilgore College, Texas) Fred Perry (Union County College, N.J.)

2000 Linda Hargrove (Cowley County CC, Kan.) Paul Sanderford (Louisburg College, N.C.)

BETTY JO GRABER

2001 Barbara Gill (Johnson County CC, Kan.) Barbara A. “Sue” Ross (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC) Sheryl Swoopes (South Plains College, Texas)

2002 Gary Barton (John A. Logan College, Ill.) Orville Gregory (Johnson County CC, Kan.) Rosie Walker (Panola College, Texas)

2003 Kurt Budke (Trinity Valley CC, Texas) Jim Davis (Roane State CC, Tenn.) Mary Ann Otwell (Panola College, Texas)

2004 Paul Franklin Bishop (Hudson Valley CC, N.Y.)

LEA PLARSKI

Lorene Ramsey (Illinois Central College) Lucille Wood (East Central CC, Miss.)

2005 George E. Killian (NJCAA Executive Director) 2006 Allieze “Ruby” Curry (St. Louis CC-Florissant Valley, Mo.) 2007 Lyndon Hardin (South Plains College, Texas) 2008 Dan Mara (Mitchell College, Conn.) 2009 Jim Little (Seward County CC, Kan.) Monte Madewell (Connors State College, Okla.)

2010 Louis Wharton (Arkansas-Fort Smith)

SHERYL SWOOPES

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2011 Kim Muhl (Kirkwood CC, Iowa)   Mary “Roonie” Scovel (Gulf Coast State College, Fla.)

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