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2012-13 NJCAA DII 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 David Crossett, Mesa Community College, South Mountain Community College, Pima Community College, Johnson County Community College, Fort Scott Community College, Highland Community College, Mercyhurst North East, Alfred State College, Erie Community College, Moraine Valley Community College, South Suburban College, Prairie State College, Southeastern Community College, Iowa Central Community College, Kirkwood Community College, Gogebic Community College, United Tribes Technical College, Jackson Community College, Muskegon Community College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Kirtland Community College, Alpena Community College, Delta College, Cincinnati State Technical & Community College, Lakeland Community College, Owens Community College, Catawba Valley Community College, Guilford Technical Community College, Tidewater Community College, Hagerstown Community College, Chesapeake College, Kishwaukee College, Danville Area Community College, Parkland College, Monroe College, St. Louis Community College, Metropolitan Community College - Penn Valley, Lake Michigan College, Essex County College, Frederick Community College, Columbus State Community College, County College of Morris, Union County College and Community College of Baltimore County - Dundalk.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS National Office Information.....................................3 NJCAA 75th Anniversary .........................................4 2012-13 SEASON INFORMATION DII Women’s Basketball Committee ......................6 DII National Championship Information ..............7 Preseason Top 20 Poll ...............................................8 2012-13 DISTRICT PREVIEWS District A (Regions 1, 5) ................................... 10-11 District B (Regions 2, 6, 23) ............................. 12-13 District C (Region 3) ......................................... 14-15 District D (Regions 4A) .................................... 16-17 District E (Region 11) ....................................... 18-19 District F (Regions 9, 13) ................................. 20-21 District G (Region 12W) .................................. 22-23 District H (Region 12E) .................................... 24-25 District I (Region 12S) ...................................... 26-27 District J (Region 10) ........................................ 28-29 District K (Region 20)....................................... 30-31 District L (Region 4B) ....................................... 32-33 District M (Region 24)...................................... 34-35 Districts N/O (Regions 15, 19, 21)................... 36-38 District P (Region 16) ....................................... 39-40 2011-12 SEASON REVIEW Region/District Tournament Results .............. 42-43 DII National Championship Results ............... 44-45 DII All-Americans .................................................. 46 Statistical Champions ............................................. 47 Student-Athlete Academic Award Winners ....... 48 DII WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY All-Time National Champions ............................. 50 Former Players in the WNBA ............................... 51 Hall of Fame ............................................................ 52

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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 ExecuƟve Director Media RelaƟons 

Assistant ExecuƟve Director Compliance 

Director Championship Events 

Michael Teague

Wanda Bodey

Rob Bushway

Assistant Director Media RelaƟons 

Assistant Director Compliance 

Director InformaƟon Technologies 

Lorna Brizzie

Sarah Hoormann

Dee Dubois

Bookkeeper Membership Services 

Compliance Assistant 

AdministraƟve 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 II Women’s  Basketball rankings beginning   Wednesday, Nov. 14. 

DII WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COMMITTEE The NJCAA Division II 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. Scott Barlow

Toby Wynn

Commi ee Chair  Lakeland CC, Ohio

Coaches Associa on President  Seward County CC, Kan.

Samantha Ezell

Lind Hartsell

Phoenix College, Ariz.

Craven CC, N.C.

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  20 teams. The na onal office will compile the votes  and release the final Top 20 rankings. 

2012-13 POLL DATES

Carl Heinrich

Zach Loll

Johnson County CC, Kan.

Wabash Valley College, Ill.

Kim Muhl

Mary Young

Kirkwood CC, Iowa

Central CC‐Columbus, Neb. 

November 14

November 21

November 28

December 5

December 12

January 9

January 16

January 23

January 30

February 6

February 13

February 20

February 27

March 6

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REGIONS 1, 2, 6, 16, 24

Carl Heinrich

Johnson County CC, Kan.

heinrich@jccc.edu

REGIONS 3, 12, 15

Scott Barlow

Lakeland CC, Ohio

sbarlow@lakelandcc.edu

REGIONS 4, 9, 11, 13

Berdy Kuiken

South Suburban College, Ill.

bkuiken@southsuburbancollege.edu

REGIONS 10, 15, 19, 20, 21

Lind Hartsell

Craven CC, N.C.

hartselll@cravencc.edu

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SEEDING Seeding will be done by the DII Women’s Basketball sectional directors in conjunction with the NJCAA National Office.

ICC CougarPlex East Peoria, Ill. March 19-23, 2013

SEEDING CRITERIA Regional placement at 2012 National Tournament Strength of Region/District National Poll Overall Record against Member Schools 

Tuesday, March 19 GAME 1

#3 Seed

vs.

#14 Seed

Friday, March 23

GAME 2

#6 Seed

vs.

#11 Seed

GAME 18

Game 9 Winner

vs.

Game 12 Winner

GAME 3

#7 Seed

vs.

#10 Seed

GAME 19

Game 13 Winner

vs.

Game 14 Winner

GAME 4

#2 Seed

vs.

#15 Seed

GAME 20

Game 16 Loser

vs.

Game 17 Loser

GAME 5

#1 Seed

vs.

#16 Seed

GAME 21

Game 10 Winner

vs.

Game 11 Winner

GAME 6

#8 Seed

vs.

#9 Seed

GAME 22

Game 16 Winner

vs.

Game 17 Winner

Wednesday, March 20

Saturday, March 24

GAME 7

#5 Seed

vs.

#12 Seed

GAME 8

#4 Seed

vs.

#18 Seed

GAME 9

Game 1 Loser

vs.

Game 2 Loser

GAME 10

Game 1 Winner

vs.

Game 2 Winner

GAME 11

Game 3 Winner

vs.

Game 4 Winner

Thursday, March 21

7th/8th Place Game GAME 23

Game 3 Loser

vs.

Game 4 Loser

GAME 13

Game 5 Loser

vs.

Game 6 Loser

GAME 14

Game 7 Loser

vs.

Game 8 Loser

GAME 15

Game 10 Loser

vs.

Game 11 Loser

GAME 16

Game 5 Winner

vs.

Game 6 Winner

GAME 17

Game 7 Winner

vs.

Game 8 Winner

vs.

Game 19 Winner

5th/6th Place Game GAME 24

Game 15 Winner

vs.

Game 20 Winner

3rd/4th Place Game GAME 25

GAME 12

Game 18 Winner

Game 21 Loser

vs.

Game 22 Loser

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME 26

Game 21 Winner

vs.

Game 22 Winner

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2012-13 NJCAA DII WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PRESEASON TOP 20 RANK

COLLEGE

MONROE COLLEGE, N.Y.

1 2 LAKE MICHIGAN COLLEGE 3 LOUISBURG COLLEGE, N.C. 4 KISHWAUKEE COLLEGE, ILL. 5 KIRKWOOD COMMUNITY COLLEGE, IOWA 6 PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ARIZ. 7 JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 8 OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE, OHIO 9 DES MOINES AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, IOWA 10 KALAMAZOO VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, MICH.

RET. STARTERS (TOTAL)

2011 RECORD

3 (6)

31-6

Returning All‐American guard Jasmine McRoy has the Mustangs primed to repeat last season’s run to the DII na onal championship. 

3 (4)

30-5

Returning three starters from last season’s second‐place team, the Red Hawks are ready to take the next step in the 2012‐13 season. 

4 (6)

31-2

The Hurricanes bring back a load of experience with four returning starters who are hungry a er last season’s third‐place finish. 

2 (3)

27-10

Kougars head coach Karen Wiley enters her 12th season at the helm with high expecta ons following a fourth‐place finish in 2011‐12.  

3 (8)

32-4

Returning leading scorer Kianna Jacobs and two other starters, the Eagles will aim for another championship in District E. 

2 (5)

19-12

A disappoin ng loss in the 2011‐12 Region 1 Tournament has the Aztecs mo vated to get back on top of District A in 2012‐13. 

0 (2)

32-3

Entering his fi h season in Overland Park, head coach Ben Conrad has a new set of Cavaliers prepped to make a deep run in 2012‐13. 

2 (6)

25-6

Despite a tough schedule to start the season, the Express should be near the top of the pack by the  me March comes along. 

1 (2)

23-8

The Bears are excited about the fresh crop of talent on campus that should give DMACC a shot at dethroning Kirkwood in District E. 

1 (4)

28-2

Despite returning only one starter, the Cougars have high hopes entering their 2012‐13 campaign with solid experience off the bench. 

Rest of the Top 20 11. Lake Land CC, Ill. (25-11) 12. Schoolcraft College, Mich. (25-6) 13. Kankakee CC, Ill. (18-11) 14. Southeast CC, Iowa (23-7) 15. Highland CC, Kan. (28-4) 16. South Suburban College, Ill. (22-10) 17. Guilford Tech CC, N.C. (23-8) 18. Chesapeake College, Md. (28-4) 19. St. Louis CC, Mo. (20-10) 20. Erie CC, N.Y. (16-15)

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Others to Watch South Mountian CC, Ariz. (10-16) Mesa CC, Ariz. (27-8) Kansas City Kansas CC (13-18) Iowa Central CC (27-6) St. Clair County CC, Mich. (19-17) Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (33-2) Patrick Henry CC, Va. (20-4) Hagerstown CC, Md. (26-5) Illinois Valley CC (24-8) Parkland College, Ill. (24-8) Union CC, N.J. (22-6) CC of Rhode Island (19-12)

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DISTRICT A (Region 1) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

2011-12 Mesa

1

Chandler-Gilbert Community College

Chandler, Ariz.

1

Glendale Community College

Glendale, Ariz.

2010-11 Pima

1

Mesa Community College

Mesa, Ariz.

2009-10 Pima

1

Phoenix College

1

Pima Community College

1

Scottsdale Community College

1

South Mountain Community College

1

Tohono O'odham Community College

Phoenix, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Scottsdale, Ariz. Phoenix, Ariz. Sells, Ariz.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Pima CC

19-12

2 (5)

DISTRICT A CHAMPIONSHIP

2. South Mountain CC

10-16

3 (4)

February 26-28, 2013

3. Mesa CC

27-8

0 (3)

Hosted by Highest Seed

4. Glendale CC

16-14

2 (6)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Paige Wilds

Chandler-Gilbert

F

16.5 ppg

Lindsay Miller

South Mountain

F

9.6 rpg

Jazmin Mays

Glendale

G

3.5 apg

Paige Wilds

Chandler-Gilbert

F

2.7 spg

Taneka Rubin

Glendale CC

G

1.0 bpg

Alyssa Roche

Pima CC

G

34.0 3pt%

Taneka Rubin

Glendale CC

G

67.9 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Chandler-Gilbert CC

2011-12 Stats

Paige Wilds

F

5' 10"

16.5 ppg - 9.1 rpg

Glendale CC

Taneka Rubin

G

5' 9"

13.0 ppg

Phoenix College

Shelbie Hess

F

5' 10"

9.8 ppg - 8.1 rpg

Pima CC

Ajha Edwards

C

6' 5"

10.6 ppg - 8.6 rpg

Pima CC

Alyssa Roche

G

5' 5"

34.0 3pt%

Scottsdale CC

Mason Hawk

G

5' 8"

33.9 3pt%

South Mountain CC

Lindsay Miller

F

6' 0"

9.6 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Kori Stepheson

Mesa CC

6 (124-69)

6 (124-69)

2. Todd Holthaus

Pima CC

5 (115-51)

5 (115-51)

3. Cassandra Yancy

Chandler-Gilbert CC

9 (101-171)

9 (101-171)

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

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DISTRICT B (Regions 2, 6) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

2

Mid-South Community College

West Memphis, Ark.

2

North Arkansas College

6

Brown Mackie College

6

Fort Scott Community College

6

Hesston College

6

Highland Community College - Kansas

6

Johnson County Community College

6

Kansas City Kansas Community College

2011-12 Johnson County

Harrison, Ark.

2010-11 Johnson County

Salina, Kan.

2009-10 Johnson County

Fort Scott, Kan. Hesston, Kan. Highland, Kan.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Johnson County

2000

Overland Park, Kan. Kansas City, Kan.

REGION 2 TOURNAMENT March 1, 2013

Hosted by Regular Season Champion

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

REGION 6 TOURNAMENT

1. Johnson County CC

32-3

0 (2)

Hosted by Highest Seed

2. Highland CC - Kansas

28-4

3 (4)

3. Kansas City Kansas CC

13-18

2 (6)

4. Fort Scott CC

8-23

3 (6)

College

March 1-2, 2013

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT B CHAMPIONSHIP March 9, 2013

Hosted by Region 6 Champion

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RETURNING LEADERS Destiny Prochaska

North Arkansas

G

10.7 ppg

Burgandie Lewis

Fort Scott CC

F

7.8 rpg

Destiny Prochaska

North Arkansas

G

3.8 apg

Destavia Davis

Hesston College

G

3.1 spg

Kathleen Brisbane

Johnson County CC

F

4.0 bpg

Janelle Sailing

Highland CC - Kansas

G

45.0 3pt%

Brittany Clement

Kansas City Kansas

G

82.5 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Brown Mackie College

2011-12 Stats

Kayla Mollere

G

5' 8"

9.5 ppg - 7.2 rpg

Fort Scott CC

Brittany Pearl

G

5' 7"

9.2 ppg - 70.8 FT%

Hesston College

Destavia Davis

G

5' 6"

8.9 ppg - 3.1 spg

Highland CC - Kansas

Janelle Sailing

G

5' 8"

10.0 ppg - 45.0 3pt%

Johnson County CC

Kathleen Brisbane

F

5' 11"

4.0 bpg

Kansas City Kansas CC

Brittany Clement

G

5' 6"

9.9 ppg

North Arkansas College

Brooke Poole

G

5' 8"

44.3 3pt%

North Arkansas College

Destiny Prochaska

G

5' 7"

10.7 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Ben Conrad

Johnson County CC

2. Valerie Stambersky 3. Stacie Klott

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

4 (113-26)

7 (184-53)

Kansas City Kansas CC

13 (159-241)

13 (159-241)

North Arkansas College

8 (153-85)

8 (153-85)

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

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DISTRICT C (Regions 3) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

Alfred, N.Y.

2011-12 Erie

3

Alfred State College

3

Erie Community College

Buffalo, N.Y.

2010-11 Genesee

3

Genesee Community College

Batavia, N.Y.

2009-10 *Monroe

3

Jamestown Community College

3

Mercyhurst North East

3

Niagara County Community College

Jamestown, N.Y.

*No longer District member

North East, Pa. Sanborn, N.Y.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Erie CC

16-15

2 (6)

DISTRICT C TOURNAMENT

2. Mercyhurst North East

15-7

2 (4)

March 2-3, 2013

3. Jamestown CC

19-12

1 (4)

Hosted by Highest Seed

4. Alfred State College

18-9

1 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Haley Witchella

Alfred State

F

18.6 ppg

Haley Witchella

Alfred State

F

11.4 rpg

Lenay Simms

Mercyhurst NE

G

5.7 apg

Lenay Simms

Mercyhurst NE

G

2.1 spg

Haley Witchella

Alfred State College

F

3.5 bpg

Paula Harrison

Mercyhurst NE

G

29.9 3pt%

Ashley DePane

Jamestown CC

G

70.2 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Alfred State College

2011-12 Stats

Haley Witchella

F

5' 11"

18.6 ppg - 11.4 rpg - 3.5 bpg

Erie CC

Charmaine Weaver

F

5' 10"

8.4 ppg - 6.3 rpg

Mercyhurst North East

Lenay Simms

G

5' 8"

16.0 ppg - 5.7 apg - 66.4 FT%

Mercyhurst North East

Takeisha Harden

F

5' 10"

10.0 rpg

Niagara County CC

Lauren Bojarski

G

5' 5"

4.0 apg

Niagara County CC

Nthanda Longwe

F

6' 0"

8.0 ppg - 8.0 rpg - 2.0 bpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Gina Boyd

Alfred State College

2. Christie McGee-Ross 3. Natosha Cummings-Price

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

22 (330-238)

21 (330-238)

Genesee CC

4 (58-50)

4 (58-50)

Erie CC

6 (55-113)

6 (55-113)

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

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DISTRICT D (Region 4A) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

2011-12 Prairie State

4

College of Lake County

Grayslake, Ill.

4

Kankakee Community College

Kankakee, Ill.

2010-11 Kankakee

4

Moraine Valley Community College

Palos Hills, Ill.

2009-10 Kankakee

4

Morton College

4

Oakton Community College

4

Olive-Harvey College

4

Prairie State College

4

South Suburban College

4

Triton College

4

Wilbur Wright College

Cicero, Ill. Des Plaines, Ill. Chicago, Ill.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Kankakee

1995

Chicago Heights, Ill. South Holland, Ill. River Grove, Ill. Chicago, Ill.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Kankakee CC

18-11

2 (2)

DISTRICT D TOURNAMENT

2. South Suburban College

22-10

3 (6)

March 2-9, 2013

3. Prairie State College

29-7

2 (3)

Illinois Valley CC (Oglesby, Ill.)

4. Moraine Valley CC

24-9

2 (5)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Ebone Green

Oakton CC

G

16.2 ppg

Danielle Zandstra

Prairie State College

C

8.2 rpg

LaToi Merriweather

Prairie State College

G

3.1 apg

Amber Davis

Oakton CC

G

3.3 spg

Danielle Zandstra

Prairie State College

C

2.9 bpg

Ebone Green

Oakton CC

G

36.1 3pt%

Danielle Zandstra

Prairie State College

C

68.8 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Kankakee CC

2011-12 Stats

Macy Brown

G

5' 10"

10.0 ppg

Moraine Valley CC

Kelly Foley

G

5' 6"

11.0 ppg - 33.7 3pt%

Morton College

Joanna Garcia

G

5' 6"

8.2 ppg

Oakton CC

Amber Davis

G

5' 7"

3.3 spg

Oakton CC

Ebone Green

G

5' 9"

16.2 ppg - 7.6 rpg - 36.1 3pt%

Prairie State College

Danielle Zandstra

C

6' 1"

11.2 ppg - 8.2 rpg - 2.9 bpg

South Suburban College

Ashley Huddleston

G

5' 7"

13.1 ppg - 60.3 FT%

South Suburban College

Dorothy Taylor

C

6' 1"

6.8 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Darrell Scott

South Suburban College

20 (350-240)

20 (350-240)

2. Donnie Denson

Kankakee CC

13 (317-86)

13 (317-86)

3. Delwyn C. Jones

Moraine Valley CC

12 (213-158)

12 (213-158)

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

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DISTRICT E (Region 11) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

Boone, Iowa

2011-12 Kirkwood

11

Des Moines Area Community College

11

Ellsworth Community College

11

Iowa Central Community College

11

Iowa Lakes Community College

11

Kirkwood Community College

Cedar Rapids, Iowa

11

Marshalltown Community College

Marshalltown, Iowa

Kirkwood

2010

11

North Iowa Area Community College

Mason City, Iowa

Kirkwood

2009

11

Southeastern Community College

West Burlington, Iowa

Kirkwood

2008

11

Southwestern Community College

Creston, Iowa

Kirkwood

2007

Kirkwood

2002

Kirkwood

1997

Iowa Falls, Iowa Fort Dodge, Iowa

2010-11 Iowa Central 2009-10 Kirkwood

Estherville, Iowa

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Kirkwood CC

32-4

3 (8)

2. Des Moines Area CC

23-8

1 (2)

3. Iowa Central CC

27-6

0 (5)

4. Southeastern CC

26 - 6

1 (1)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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DISTRICT E TOURNAMENT March 5-9, 2013

Southeastern CC (West Burlington, Iowa)

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RETURNING LEADERS Jamee Miner

Southwestern CC

G

16.4 ppg

Brittney Steffeny

Ellsworth CC

F

7.1 rpg

Bianca Dufelmeier

Kirkwood CC

G

4.4 apg

Jamee Miner

Southwestern CC

G

3.7 spg

Annaka Olson

Ellsworth CC

C

1.9 bpg

Natalia Merkulova

Southeastern CC

G

38.5 3pt%

Britteny Steffeny

Ellsworth CC

F

81.9 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Ellsworth CC

2011-12 Stats

Britteny Steffeny

F

6' 0"

8.6 ppg - 7.1 rpg

Ellsworth CC

Cristiana Yepa

F

5' 9"

12.3 ppg

Iowa Central CC

Lauren Bengen

G

5' 8"

8.8 ppg - 37.1 3pt%

Kirkwood CC

Bianca Dufelmeier

G

5' 8"

9.3 ppg - 4.4 apg - 38.0 3pt%

Kirkwood CC

Kiana Jacobs

F

6' 0"

10.9 ppg

Kirkwood CC

Whitney Rohrbach

G

5' 10"

8.5 ppg

Southeastern CC

Natalia Merkulova

G

5' 9"

9.6 ppg - 38.5 3pt%

Southwestern CC

Jamee Miner

G

5' 6"

16.4 ppg - 3.7 spg - 76.7 FT%

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Kim Muhl

Kirkwood CC

2. Steve Krafcisin 3. Craig Carlson

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

23 (681-123)

23 (681-123)

Des Moines Area CC

7 (158-62)

15 (270-198)

Iowa Central CC

7 (176-55)

7 (176-55)

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

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DISTRICT F (Regions 9, 13) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

9

Central Community College-Columbus

Columbus, Neb.

9

North Platte Community College

9

Southeast Community College

13

Dakota College at Bottineau

Bottineau, N.D.

13

Gogebic Community College

Ironwood, Mich.

13

United Tribes Technical College

North Platte, Neb. Beatrice, Neb.

2011-12 Southeast 2010-11 North Platte 2009-10 Bismarck State

Bismarck, N.D.

REGION 9 TOURNAMENT February 27 - March 1, 2013

Games Played at Higher Seeds

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

Return Starters (Total)

1. Southeast CC

23-7

2 (4)

2. Gogebic CC

13-12

4 (6)

3. North Platte CC

14-14

0 (0)

DISTRICT F CHAMPIONSHIP

4. Dakota College at Bottineau

13-18

4 (5)

March 9, 2013

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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REGION 13 TOURNAMENT

2011-12 Record

March 3-4, 2013

Games Played at Higher Seeds

Region 13 Champion at Region 9 Champion

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RETURNING LEADERS Jackie Miller

Dakota-Bottineau

F

14.5 ppg

Jordyn Sondrol

Dakota-Bottineau

F

8.7 rpg

Abigail Ryskey

Gogebic CC

G

4.0 apg

Mesha Phillips

Southeast CC

G

3.2 spg

Jordyn Sondrol

Dakota-Bottineau

F

1.3 bpg

Jackie Miller

Dakota-Bottineau

F

33.9 3pt%

Shakira Walker

Dakota-Bottineau

G

72.6 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Dakota College at Bottineau

2011-12 Stats

Jackie Miller

F

5' 9"

14.5 ppg - 33.9 3pt%

Dakota College at Bottineau

Jordyn Sondrol

F

5' 10"

8.7 rpg

Dakota College at Bottineau

Megan Green

C

5' 9"

7.5 rpg

Dakota College at Bottineau

Shakira Walker

G

5' 6"

72.6 FT%

Gogebic CC

Abigail Ryskey

G

5' 4"

4.0 apg

Gogebic CC

Jeanna Aijala

F

5' 6"

11.6 ppg

Gogebic CC

Jesse Mackey

G

5' 9"

13.5 ppg - 8.3 rpg - 4.7 apg

Southeast CC

Mesha Phillips

G

5' 4"

11.0 ppg - 3.2 spg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Richard Thurin

North Platte CC

11 (149-178)

11 (149-178)

2. Wayne Johnson

Dakota College-Bottineau

9 (138-143)

9 (138-143)

3. Vicki/Joel Wooton

Southeast CC

8 (117-112)

8 (117-112)

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

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DISTRICT G (Region 12 West) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

12

Ancilla College

Donaldson, Ind.

12

Glen Oaks Community College

12

Grand Rapids Community College

12

Jackson Community College

12

Kalamazoo Valley Community College

12

Kellogg Community College

12

Lake Michigan College

12

Lansing Community College

12

Muskegon Community College

Centreville, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich.

2011-12 Lake Michigan 2010-11 Kalamazoo Valley 2009-10 Lake Michigan

Jackson, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Lansing

1996

Benton Harbor, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Muskegon, Mich.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Lake Michigan College

30-5

3 (4)

DISTRICT G TOURNAMENT

2. Kalamazoo Valley CC

28-2

1 (4)

March 5-9, 2013

3. Muskegon CC

21-11

3 (5)

Delta College (University Center, Mich.)

4. Jackson CC

23-7

4 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Breauna Rivoli-Johnson Lake Michigan

G

25.0 ppg

Lindsey Burnside

Muskegon CC

C

9.8 rpg

Raeha Weaver

Kellogg CC

G

4.0 apg

Jazmyn Good

Muskegon CC

G

4.6 spg

Lindsey Burnside

Muskegon CC

G

3.2 bpg

Stephanie Berreth

Jackson CC

G

32.6 3pt%

Jessica Mathews

Glen Oaks CC

G

67.7 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Glen Oaks CC

2011-12 Stats

Jessica Mathews

G

5' 6"

9.0 ppg - 67.7 FT%

Jackson CC

Stephanie Berreth

G

5' 7"

8.7 ppg

Kellogg CC

Janessa Jamierson

F

5' 8"

11.0 ppg - 8.0 rpg

Lake Michigan College

Breauan Rivoli-Johnson

G

5' 8"

25.0 ppg - 3.8 spg - 66.7 FT%

Lake Michigan College

JaBria Hill

F

5' 9"

7.8 rpg

Lansing CC

Carli Reid

F

6' 0"

13.5 ppg - 9.4 rpg

Muskegon CC

Jazmyn Good

G

5' 10"

15.0 ppg - 4.6 spg - 66.0 FT%

Muskegon CC

Lindsey Burnside

C

6' 0"

9.8 rpg - 3.2 bpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Ron Welch

Kalamazoo Valley CC

17 (355-167)

17 (355-167)

2. Ervin Brunson

Lansing CC

17 (282-208)

17 (282-208)

3. Jason Cooper

Lake Michigan College

5 (114-35)

5 (114-35)

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

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DISTRICT H (Regions 12 East) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

12

Alpena Community College

Alpena, Mich.

12

Delta College

12

Henry Ford Community College

12

Kirtland Community College

Roscommon, Mich.

12

Macomb Community College

Warren, Mich.

12

Mott Community College

12

Oakland Community College

12

Schoolcraft College

12

St. Clair County Community College

12

Wayne County Community College District

University Center, Mich. Dearborn, Mich.

2011-12 St. Clair County 2010-11 Delta 2009-10 Schoolcraft

Flint, Mich. Auburn Hills, Mich. Livonia, Mich. Port Huron, Mich. Detroit, Mich.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Schoolcraft College

25-6

1 (1)

DISTRICT H TOURNAMENT

2. St. Clair County CC

19-17

3 (6)

March 5-9, 2013

3. Macomb CC

22-9

0 (2)

Delta College (University Center, Mich.)

4. Delta College

17-13

3 (6)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS DeJanique Reddix

Henry Ford CC

F

15.5 ppg

Teisha Knott

St. Clair County CC

F

11.2 rpg

DeJanique Reddix

Henry Ford CC

F

4.0 apg

Angelica Garza

Delta

G

2.0 spg

Teisha Knott

St. Clair County CC

F

2.8 bpg

Courtney Dyer

Schoolcraft College

G

35.2 3pt%

Kelly Dineen

Delta College

G

73.8 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Delta College

2011-12 Stats

Kayla Sphon

C

6' 3"

2.1 bpg

Delta College

Kelly Dineen

G

5' 9"

13.5 ppg - 73.8 FT%

Delta College

Precious Pringle

F

5' 9"

7.0 rpg

Delta College

Taylor Schwellenbach

G

5' 6"

10.0 ppg

Henry Ford CC

DeJanique Reddix

F

5' 9"

15.5 ppg - 7.0 rpg - 4.0 apg

Schoolcraft College

Courtney Dyer

G

5' 3"

35.2 3PT%

St. Clair County CC

Heidi Highstreet

F

6' 0"

11.9 ppg - 63.4 FT%

St. Clair County CC

Teisha Knott

F

6' 1"

11.2 rpg - 2.8 bpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Kelly Miller

Delta College

14 (220-137)

14 (220-137)

2. Marv Allen

Oakland CC

11 (189-133)

11 (189-133)

3. Jay Ritchie

Macomb CC

3 (53-31)

3 (53-31)

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

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DISTRICT I (Regions 12 South) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

12

Cincinnati State Technical & CC

Cincinnati, Ohio

12

Columbus State Community College

Columbus, Ohio

12

Cuyahoga Community College

12

Edison Community College

12

Lakeland Community College

12

Owens Community College

Toledo, Ohio

12

Sinclair Community College

Dayton, Ohio

Parma, Ohio

2011-12 Cincinnati State 2010-11 Cincinnati State 2009-10 N/A

Piqua, Ohio Kirtland, Ohio

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Owens CC

25-6

2 (6)

2. Cincinnati State Tech & CC

33-2

0 (3)

3. Sinclair CC

17-9

2 (2)

4. Columbus State CC

17-11

4 (6)

DISTRICT I TOURNAMENT March 8-9, 2013

Cincinnati State TCC (Cincinnati, Ohio)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Bailey Pierron

Columbus State

G

15.2 ppg

Riley Weng

Sinclair CC

F

8.2 rpg

Jerika Henderson

Sinclair CC

G

5.0 apg

Jerika Henderson

Sinclair CC

G

3.0 spg

Riley Weng

Sinclair CC

F

3.0 bpg

Riley Weng

Sinclair CC

F

58.5 3pt%

Riley Weng

Sinclair CC

F

84.4 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Columbus State CC

2011-12 Stats

Bailey Pierron

G

5' 8"

15.2 ppg - 52.2 3pt%

Columbus State CC

Gracie Burrell

F

5' 11"

6.0 rpg

Columbus State CC

Karis Watts

G

5' 4"

4.0 apg - 3.0 spg - 80.4 FT%

Owens CC

Emma Ricketts

G

6' 0"

13.3 ppg

Owens CC

Karahn Scott

F

5' 11"

7.9 rpg

Owens CC

Mackenzie Heacock

G

5' 8"

8.8 ppg

Owens CC

Uniqua Mitchell

G

5' 7"

12.4 ppg - 6.2 rpg - 2.0 bpg

Sinclair CC

Jerika Henderson

G

5' 5"

5.0 apg - 3.0 spg

Sinclair CC

Riley Weng

F

5' 10"

12.2 ppg - 8.2 rpg - 3.0 bpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Mike Llanas

Owens CC

8 (177-76)

8 (177-76)

2. Jeff Dillon

Sinclair CC

9 (158-92)

9 (158-92)

3. Sonya Beeler

Cincinnati State TCC

0 (0-0)

3 (42-48)

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

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DISTRICT J (Region 10) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

2011-12 Louisburg

10

Brunswick Community College

Supply, N.C.

10

Cape Fear Community College

Wilmington, N.C.

2010-11 Patrick Henry

10

Catawba Valley Community College

Hickory, N.C.

2009-10 Patrick Henry

10

Guilford Technical Community College

10

Lenoir Community College

10

Louisburg College

Louisburg, N.C.

Louisburg

1992

10

Patrick Henry Community College

Martinsville, Va.

Louisburg

1981

10

Tidewater Community College

10

Wake Technical Community College

Jamestown, N.C. Kinston, N.C.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Norfolk, Va. Raleigh, N.C.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Louisburg College

31-2

4 (6)

DISTRICT J TOURNAMENT

2. Guilford Technical CC

23-8

2 (7)

March 8-10, 2013

3. Patrick Henry CC

20-4

0 (0)

Patrick Henry CC (Martinsville, Va.)

4. Brunswick CC

12-10

1 (4)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Dana Gildea

Guilford Tech CC

F

13.6 ppg

Jennette Taylor

Brunswick CC

F

11.0 rpg

Jodeci Saunders

Guilford Tech CC

G

6.9 apg

Syerra Troutman

Brunswick CC

F

3.0 spg

Brandi Williams

Lenoir CC

F

1.7 bpg

Dana Gildea

Guilford Tech CC

F

36.8 3pt%

Shanita Hampton

Brunswick CC

G

72.8 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Brunswick CC

2011-12 Stats

Jennette Taylor

F

5' 9"

11.0 rpg

Brunswick CC

Shanita Hampton

G

5' 5"

10.0 ppg - 72.8 FT%

Brunswick CC

Syerra Troutman

F

5' 10"

3.0 spg

Guilford Technical CC

Dana Gildea

F

6' 1"

13.6 ppg - 36.8 3pt%

Guilford Technical CC

Jodeci Saunders

G

5' 2"

6.9 apg

Lenoir CC

Tameka Lewis

F

6' 2"

10.9 rpg - 5.2 bpg

Louisburg College

Olivia Gaines

G

5' 8"

10.0 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Bobby Allison

Guilford Technical CC

2. Brett Vana 3. Barry Street

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

3 (79 - 16)

10 (294 - 35)

Louisburg College

1 (31-2)

1 (31-2)

Wake Technical CC

3 (30-45)

3 (30-45)

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

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DISTRICT K (Region 20) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

20

Allegany College of Maryland

Cumberland, Md.

20

CCBC-Dundalk

20

Cecil College

20

Chesapeake College

20

College of Southern Maryland

La Plata, Md.

20

Frederick Community College

Frederick, Md.

20

Garrett College

McHenry, Md.

20

Hagerstown Community College

20

Howard Community College

Columbia, Md.

20

Northern Virginia Community College

Alexandria, Va.

20

Potomac State College of WVU

Baltimore, Md. North East, Md.

2011-12 Chesapeake 2010-11 Allegany of Maryland 2009-10 Baltimore City

Wye Mills, Md.

Hagerstown, Md.

Keyser, W. Va.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Chesapeake College

28-4

2 (2)

DISTRICT K TOURNAMENT

2. Hagerstown CC

26 - 5

2 (2)

March 1-3, 2013

3. Allegany College of Maryland

21-7

2 (2)

Frederick CC (Frederick, Md.)

4. Cecil College

14-15

1 (1)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Brianna Thomas

Cecil College

G

20.0 ppg

Lindsay Bradford

CCBC-Dundalk

C

13.0 rpg

Kia Whitley-Duncan

Frederick CC

G

8.9 apg

Brianna Thomas

Cecil College

G

4.0 spg

Lindsay Bradford

CCBC-Dundalk

C

5.5 bpg

Dalvon Pinkney

Howard CC

G

42.1 3pt%

Shakena Williams

Frederick CC

G

85.3 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Allegany College of Maryland

2011-12 Stats

Madison Nightengale

G

5' 7"

14.2 ppg - 39.1 3pt%

CCBC-Dundalk

Lindsay Bradford

F

6' 0"

10.0 ppg - 13.0 rpg - 5.5 pbg

Cecil College

Brianna Thomas

G

5' 6"

20.0 ppg - 5.0 apg - 4.0 spg

Chesapeake College

Denver Clyde

F

6' 1"

15.9 ppg - 9.0 rpg - 66.4 FT%

College of Southern Maryland Morgan Jordan

G

5' 4"

10.0 ppg - 4.0 apg

Frederick CC

Kia Whitley-Duncan

G

5' 5"

8.9 apg - 3.6 spg

Frederick CC

Shakena Williams

G

5' 9"

17.6 ppg - 11.4 rpg - 85.3 FT%

Garrett College

Terra McKenzie

G

5' 7"

12.1 ppg - 7.1 rpg - 40.4 3pt%

Howard CC

Dalvon Pinkney

G

5' 5"

14.0 ppg - 42.1 3pt%

Northern Virginia CC

Yvette Gilliom

G

5' 4"

11.0 ppg - 6.0 apg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Andrew Coston

Cecil College

2. Jim Walton 3. Rob Long

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

12 (191-122)

12 (191-122)

Potomac State of WVU

8 (160-59)

8 (160-59)

CCBC-Dundalk

4 (70-40)

3 (70-40)

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

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DISTRICT L (Region 4B) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

4

Black Hawk College-East

Galva, Ill.

4

Black Hawk College-Moline

4

Carl Sandburg College

4

Elgin Community College

4

Illinois Valley Community College

4

Kishwaukee College

4

McHenry County College

Crystal Lake, Ill.

4

Waubonsee Community College

Sugar Grove, Ill.

2011-12 Kishwaukee

Moline, Ill.

2010-11 Illinois Valley

Galesburg, Ill.

2009-10 Illinois Valley

Elgin, Ill. Oglesby, Ill. Malta, Ill.

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Kishwaukee College

27-10

2 (3)

DISTRICT L TOURNAMENT

2. Illinois Valley CC

24-8

0 (1)

March 2-9, 2013

3. Elgin CC

25-7

2 (2)

Illinois Valley CC (Oglesby, Ill.)

4. Black Hawk College-Moline

16-14

3 (6)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Alex Dumoulin

Elgin CC

F

14.0 ppg

Alex Dumoulin

Elgin CC

F

10.4 rpg

Carly Saraceno

Elgin CC

G

5.9 apg

Valerierose Agnello

Kishwaukee College

G

2.8 spg

Rosanna Gambino

Kishwaukee College

C

3.2 bpg

Karla Vietinghoff

Waubonsee CC

G

38.2 3pt%

Chrishaya Dixon

McHenry County

F

57.4 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Black Hawk College-East

2011-12 Stats

Desiree Howell

F

5' 6"

6.0 rpg

Black Hawk College-Moline

Jamie Johnson

F

5' 10"

10.1 ppg - 2.0 bpg

Elgin CC

Alex Dumoulin

F

5' 10"

14.0 ppg - 10.4 rpg

Elgin CC

Carly Saraceno

G

5' 5"

5.4 apg

Kishwaukee College

Rosanna Gambino

C

6' 4"

7.6 rpg - 3.2 bpg

Kishwaukee College

Valerierose Agnello

G

5' 10"

11.0 ppg

McHenry County College

Chrishaya Dixon

F

5' 7"

9.0 ppg - 2.0 bpg

Waubonsee CC

Karla Vietinghoff

G

5' 8"

10.9 ppg - 7.6 rpg - 38.2 3pt%

Waubonsee CC

Samantha Alvis

G

5' 6"

5.2 apg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Mike Bailey

Carl Sandburg College

15 (187-284)

15 (187-284)

2. David Wallace

Black Hawk College-East

12 (205-197)

12 (205-197)

3. Jerry McLaughlin

Elgin CC

10 (197-137)

10 (197-137)

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

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DISTRICT M (Region 24) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

Danville, Ill.

2011-12 Lake Land

24

Danville Area Community College

24

Illinois Central College

24

John Wood Community College

24

Lake Land College

Mattoon, Ill.

24

Lewis & Clark Community College

Godfrey, Ill.

24

Lincoln College

Lincoln, Ill.

Illinois Central

2006

24

Lincoln Land Community College

Springfield, Ill.

Illinois Central

2003

24

Parkland College

Champaign, Ill.

Illinois Central

1999

Illinois Central

1998

Illinois Central

1993

Illinois Central

1992

East Peoria, Ill.

2010-11 Parkland

Quincy, Ill.

2009-10 Parkland

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Lake Land College

25-11

3 (6)

2. Parkland College

20-11

2 (7)

3. Danville Area CC

19-11

4 (6)

DISTRICT M TOURNAMENT

4. Lewis & Clark CC

19-13

2 (7)

March 9-10, 2013

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Kayton Cole

Danville Area CC

G

17.2 ppg

Demeisha Morris

Illinois Central College

F

8.6 rpg

Kayton Cole

Danville Area CC

G

5.9 apg

Kayton Cole

Danville Area CC

G

4.0 spg

Lorraine Pitchford

Lake Land College

F

1.1 bpg

Shelby Kohrmann

Lake Land College

G

41.3 3pt%

Monique Rigsby

Lewis & Clark CC

G

85.9 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Danville Area CC

2011-12 Stats

Kayton Cole

G

5' 5"

17.2 ppg - 5.9 apg - 4.0 spg

Danville Area CC

Tierra Golightly

F

5' 11"

10.0 ppg - 6.0 rpg

Illinois Central College

Beth Moorman

F

5' 9"

10.0 ppg

Illinois Central College

Demeisha Morris

F

5' 11"

8.6 rpg

John Wood CC

Briana Hawthorne

F

5' 10"

10.9 ppg - 8.4 rpg

Lake Land College

Lauren Bogle

F

5' 9"

14.1 ppg

Lewis & Clark CC

Latrice Taylor

G

5' 5"

10.3 ppg

Lincoln College

Ally Friday

F

5' 10"

11.6 ppg - 73.9 FT%

Lincoln Land CC

Josie Boehm

G

5' 5"

11.9 ppg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Dave Johnson

Lake Land College

14 (288-168)

14 (288-168)

2. Norman J. Rodriguez

John Wood CC

13 (259-154)

13 (259-154)

3. Carol Wilson

Lincoln College

14 (200-220)

14 (200-220)

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

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DISTRICT N/O (Regions 15, 19, 21) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

New Rochelle, N.Y.

2011-12 Monroe/Lackawanna

15

Monroe College

15

Orange County Community College

19

Burlington County College

19

County College of Morris

19

Delaware Tech Community College-Stanton

Newark, Del.

19

Essex County College

Newark, N.J.

Monroe

2012

19

Harcum College

Bryn Mawr, Pa.

Monroe

2011

19

Lackawanna College

19

Manor College

19

Mercer County Community College

Trenton, N.J.

19

Raritan Valley Community College

North Branch, N.J.

19

Salem Community College

Carneys Point, N.J.

19

Union County College

Cranford, N.J.

21

Community College of Rhode Island

Warwick, R.I.

21

Dean College

Middletown, N.Y. Pemberton, N.J.

2010-11 Harcum/Monroe 2009-10 Monroe

Randolph, N.J.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Scranton, Pa. Jenkintown, Pa.

Franklin, Mass.

REGION 19 TOURNAMENT

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

March 2, 2013

Brookdale CC (Lincroft, N.J.)

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. Monroe College

31-6

3 (6)

2. Union County College

22-6

3 (5)

3. CC of Rhode Island

19-12

4 (6)

4. Harcum College

18-10

3 (5)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

REGION 21 TOURNAMENT March 2-13, 2013

Hosted by Regular Season Champion

DISTRICT N/O CHAMPIONSHIP March 9-10, 2013

Hosted by Region 19 Champion

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RETURNING LEADERS Telisha Turner

Harcum College

G

21.8 ppg

Mama Traore

Burlington County

C

13.4 rpg

Telisha Turner

Harcum College

G

6.0 apg

Bianca Partlow

Union County

G

4.8 spg

Mama Traore

Burlington County

C

2.1 bpg

Telisha Turner

Harcum College

G

47.1 3pt%

Ebonie Ellison

Dean College

G

73.5 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Burlington County College

2011-12 Stats

Mama Traore

C

6' 1"

19.8 ppg - 13.4 rpg - 2.1 bpg

CC of Rhode Island

Jahira Smith

G

5' 8"

16.1 ppg - 5.9 apg - 4.1 spg

County College of Morris

Annie Esposito

C

6' 0"

12.9 ppg - 8.0 rpg - 2.0 bpg

Dean College

Chelsea Newman

F

5' 11"

10.4 ppg - 10.2 rpg

Dean College

Ebonie Ellison

G

5' 11"

10.3 ppg - 9.0 rpg

Monroe College

Jasmine McRoy

G

5' 9"

14.5 ppg

Orange County CC

Brittiani Romanelli

F

5' 10"

18.5 ppg - 7.9 rpg

Salem CC

Aja Brooks

G

5' 5"

13.6 ppg

Union County College

Bianca Partlow

G

5' 5"

14.0 ppg - 4.4 apg. 4.8 spg

Union County College

Shanique Owens

F

5' 10"

11.9 ppg - 8.8 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

1. Mike Tenaglia

Mercer County CC

2. Steve Mitchell 3. Sheila DiNardo

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

22 (348 - 238)

22 (348 -248)

Essex County College

6 (84-55)

6 (84-55)

Harcum College

3 (76-15)

3 (76-15)

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

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DISTRICT P (Region 16) MEMBER SCHOOLS

PAST CHAMPIONS

REGION  COLLEGE 

LOCATION 

16

Cottey College

Nevada, Mo.

16

MCC-Penn Valley

16

North Central Missouri College

Trenton, Mo.

16

St. Louis Community College

St. Louis, Mo.

16

Wentworth Military Academy

Lexington, Mo.

2011-12 St. Louis 2010-11 St. Louis

Kansas City, Mo.

2009-10 N/A

2012-13 PROJECTED TOP 4 College

2011-12 Record

Return Starters (Total)

1. St. Louis CC

20-10

4 (8)

DISTRICT P CHAMPIONSHIP

2. MCC-Penn Valley

16 -16

1 (4)

March 1-2, 2013

3. North Central Missouri College

16-12

4 (8)

State Fair CC (Sedalia, Mo.)

4. Cottey College

6-17

3 (6)

*Projections based on poll provided to all district members

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RETURNING LEADERS Mercedes Preston

MCC-Penn Valley

G

14.0 ppg

Bailey Braden

Cottey College

F

8.9 rpg

Mercedes Preston

MCC-Penn Valley

G

4.0 apg

Mercedes Preston

MCC-Penn Valley

G

3.0 spg

Bailey Braden

Cottey College

F

2.9 bpg

Mercedes Preston

MCC-Penn Valley

G

34.7 3pt%

Amanda Rodenberg

NC Missouri

F

78.2 FT%

*Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College

Player

Pos.

Height

Cottey College

2011-12 Stats

Bailey Braden

F

5' 11"

8.9 rpg - 2.9 bpg

MCC-Penn Valley

Mercedes Preston

G

5' 5"

14.0 - 4.0 apg - 3.0 spg

North Central Missouri

Amanda Rodenberg

F

6' 0"

13.4 ppg - 7.0 rpg - 78.2 FT%

St. Louis CC

Datona Ball

G

5' 9"

12.6 ppg - 7.0 rpg

TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES  

COACH 

COLLEGE 

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Shelly Ethridge

St. Louis CC

1 (20-10)

9 (161-72)

2. Dave Ketterman

Cottey College

8 (104-87)

8 (104-87)

3. Jenni Croy

North Central Missouri

5 (83-66)

5 (83-66)

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

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REGION 9

REGION 19

*Winner to District F Championship 

*Top 2 teams to District N/O Championship 

Southeast CC, Neb. (20-5)

85

Union County College, N.J. (22-5)

60

North Platte CC, Neb. (14-14)

59

Lackawanna College, Pa. (19-6)

53

DISTRICT A

DISTRICT B

Regions 1, 5 

Regions 2, 6, 23 

Mesa CC, Ariz. (22-7)

65

Johnson County CC, Kan. (31-1)

68

Pima CC, Ariz. (19-12)

61

Highland CC, Kan. (28-4)

41

DISTRICT C

DISTRICT D

Region 3 

Region 4A 

Erie CC, N.Y. (16-13)

70

Prairie State College, Ill. (28-5)

58

Jamestown CC, N.Y. (19-12)

62

Moraine Valley CC, Ill. (24-9)

53

DISTRICT E

DISTRICT F

Region 11 

Regions 9, 13 

Kirkwood CC, Iowa (30-2)

69

Southeast CC, Neb. (21-5)

62

Iowa Central CC (27-6)

54

Bismarck State College, N.D. (25-8)

61

DISTRICT G

DISTRICT H

Region 12 West 

Region 12 East 

Lake Michigan College (27-4)

79

St. Clair County CC, Mich. (19-15)

59 | O

Muskegon CC, Mich. (21-11)

70

Mott CC, Mich. (9-18)

51 | T

DISTRICT I

DISTRICT J

Region 12 South 

Region 10 

Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (31-1)

73

Louisburg College, N.C. (28-1)

72

Sinclair CC, Ohio (17-9)

57

Patrick Henry CC, Va. (20-4)

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DISTRICT K Region 20 

Chesapeake College, Md. (25-3)

53

DISTRICT L

Hagerstown CC, Md. (26-5)

35

Region 4B 

DISTRICT M

Kishwaukee College, Ill. (25-8)

77

Illinois Valley CC (24-8)

57

Region 24 

Lake Land College, Ill. (24-9)

56

Lewis & Clark CC, Ill. (19-13)

54

DISTRICT N/O Regions 15, 19, 21 (Both Teams to Na onal Championship) 

DISTRICT P

Monroe College, N.Y. (27-6)

80

Lackawanna College, Pa. (20-7)

56

Region 16 

St. Louis CC, Mo. (20-8)

63

MCC-Penn Valley, Mo. (16-16)

55

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SEEDING DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

Seed 

Team 

District 

A

Mesa CC, Ariz. (22-7)

#1

Johnson County CC, Kan. (31-1)

B

B

Johnson County CC, Kan. (31-1)

#2

Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (31-1)

I

C

Erie CC, N.Y. (16-13)

#3

Kirkwood CC, Iowa (30-2)

E

D

Prairie State College, Ill. (28-5)

#4

Louisburg College, N.C. (28-1)

J

E

Kirkwood CC, Iowa (30-2)

#5

Mesa CC, Ariz. (22-7)

A

F

Southeast CC, Neb. (21-5)

#6

Kishwaukee College, Ill. (25-8)

L

G

Lake Michigan College (27-4)

#7

Lake Michigan College (27-4)

G

H

St. Clair County CC, Mich. (19-15)

#8

Prairie State College, Ill. (28-5)

D

I

Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (31-1)

#9

Monroe College, N.Y. (27-6)

N

J

Louisburg College, N.C. (28-1)

#10 Lake Land College, Ill. (24-9)

M

K

Chesapeake College, Md. (25-3)

#11 St. Clair County CC, Mich. (19-15)

H

L

Kishwaukee College, Ill. (25-8)

#12 St. Louis CC, Mo. (20-8)

P

M

Lake Land College, Ill. (24-9)

#13 Chesapeake College, Md. (25-3)

K

N

Monroe College, N.Y. (27-6)

#14 Southeast CC, Neb. (21-5)

F

O

Lackawanna College, Pa. (20-7)

#15 Lackawanna College, Pa. (20-7)

O

P

St. Louis CC, Mo. (20-8)

#16 Erie CC, N.Y. (16-13)

C

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GAME 1                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

GAME 2                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

#3 Kirkwood CC, Iowa (31-2)

60

#6 Kishwaukee College, Ill. (31-2)

47

#14 Southeast CC, Neb. (21-6)

53

#11 St. Clair County CC, Mich. (19-16)

37

GAME 3                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

GAME 4                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

#7 Lake Michigan College (28-4)

63

#2 Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (32-1)

91

#10 Lake Land College, Ill. (24-10)

61

#15 Lackawanna College, Pa. (20-8)

68

GAME 5                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

GAME 6                                                         Tuesday, March 20 

#1 Johnson County CC, Kan. (32-1)

96

#8 Prairie State College, Ill. (28-6)

41

#16 Erie CC, N.Y. (16-14)

23

#9 Monroe College, N.Y. (28-6)

52

GAME 7                                                   Wednesday, March 21 

GAME 8                                                   Wednesday, March 21 

#5 Mesa CC, Ariz. (23-7)

65

#4 Louisburg College, N.C. (29-1)

86

#12 St. Louis CC, Mo. (20-9)

61

#13 Chesapeake College, Md. (25-4)

66

GAME 9                                                  Wednesday, March 21 

GAME 10                                                Wednesday, March 21 

#11 St. Clair County CC, Mich. (19-17)

53

#3 Kirkwood CC, Iowa (31-3)

51

#14 Southeast CC, Neb. (22-6)

62

#6 Kishwaukee College, Ill. (32-2)

54

GAME 11                                                Wednesday, March 21 

GAME 12                                                     Thursday, March 22 

70

#7 Lake Michigan College (29-4)

75

GAME 13                                                     Thursday, March 22 

#10 Lake Land College, Ill. (25-10)

66

#8 Prairie State College, Ill. (29-6)

59

#15 Lackawanna College, Pa. (20-9)

56

#16 Erie CC, N.Y. (16-15)

30

GAME 14                                                     Thursday, March 22 

GAME 15                                                     Thursday, March 22 

#12 St. Louis CC, Mo. (20-10)

54

#2 Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (32-3)

56

#13 Chesapeake College, Md. (26-4)

60

#3 Kirkwood CC, Iowa (32-3)

64

GAME 16                                                     Thursday, March 22 

44

#2 Cincinnati State TCC, Ohio (32-2)

GAME 17                                                     Thursday, March 22 

#1 Johnson County CC, Kan. (32-2)

50

#4 Louisburg College, N.C. (30-1)

65

#9 Monroe College, N.Y. (29-6)

64

#5 Mesa CC, Ariz. (23-8)

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GAME 18                                                          Friday, March 23 

GAME 19                                                          Friday, March 23 

#10 Lake Land College, Ill. (25-11)

45

#8 Prairie State College, Ill. (29-7)

55

#14 Southeast CC, Neb. (23-6)

48

#13 Chesapeake College, Md. (27-4)

58

GAME 20                                                          Friday, March 23 

GAME 21                                                          Friday, March 23 

#1 Johnson County CC, Kan. (32-3)

42

#6 Kishwaukee College, Ill. (32-3)

63

#5 Mesa CC, Ariz. (24-8)

44

#7 Lake Michigan College (30-4)

69

GAME 22                                                          Friday, March 23 

#4 Louisburg College, N.C. (30-2)

69

#9 Monroe College, N.Y. (30-6)

74

5TH/6TH PLACE GAME

7TH/8TH PLACE GAME #13 Chesapeake College, Md. (27-4)

65

#3 Kirkwood CC, Iowa (31-4)

56

#14 Southeast CC, Neb. (23-7)

50

#5 Mesa CC, Ariz. (25-8)

58

3RD/4TH PLACE GAME

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

#4 Louisburg College, N.C. (31-2)

68

#7 Lake Michigan College (30-5)

73

#6 Kishwaukee College, Ill. (32-4)

56

#9 Monroe College, N.Y. (30-7)

78

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

MONROE MUSTANGS 2012 DII NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Brittany Cochran

Kishwaukee

Olivia Gaines

Louisburg

Alli Gloyd

Mesa

Kalasia Green

Mesa

Kate Hartman

Kirkwood

Jabria Hill

Lake Michigan

Devin Mack

Kishwaukee

Shantrel Oliver

Chesapeake

Aivah Parham

Monroe

Jasmine Phillips

Louisburg

Breauna Rivoli-Johnson Lake Michigan Verdine Warner

Monroe

TOURNAMENT MVP Kashay Barnes

Monroe  

COACH OF TOURNAMENT James Robinson

Monroe

SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Mesa Community College

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

COLLEGE 

YEAR 

POS. 

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

FIRST TEAM Diane Abbady

Essex CC, N.J.

SO

F

+Shawnee State

Alli Gloyd

Mesa CC, Ariz.

SO

F

Arizona

Aivah Parham

Monroe College, N.Y.

SO

F

Norfolk State

Jasmine Phillips

Louisburg College, N.C.

FR

F

Tennessee

Mika Rodewald

Iowa Central CC

SO

F

+Grand View

Ferlaxnes Carson

Kankakee CC, Ill.

SO

G

St. Joseph’s

Denver Clyde

Chesapeake College, Md.

FR

G

RETURNING

Devin Mack

Kishwaukee College, Ill.

SO

G

Memphis

Breauna Rivoli-Johnson

Lake Michigan College

FR

G

RETURNING

Mary Specht

Johnson County CC, Kan.

SO

G

Drake

Kathryn Thomas

Highland CC, Kan.

FR

G

Iowa

Brittany Cochran

Kishwaukee College, Ill.

SO

F

South Carolina State

Sasha Golus

Bismarck State, N.D.

FR

F

Not Returning

Brianna Kulas

Johnson County CC, Kan.

SO

F

Missouri

Hazaria Washington

Southeastern CC, Iowa

SO

F

*Missouri-St. Louis

Asia Wheeler

Guilford TCC, N.C.

SO

F

+Bluefield

Haley Witchella

Alfred State, N.Y.

FR

F

RETURNING

Cassandra Dumoulin

Elgin CC, Ill.

SO

G

Illinois

Jasmine McRoy

Monroe College, N.Y.

FR

G

RETURNING

Jahira Smith

CC of Rhode Island

FR

G

RETURNING

Monique Stevens

Southeast CC, Neb.

SO

G

*Northwest Missouri State

Caitlin Boren-Cody

Parkland College, Ill.

SO

F

Not Returning

Brianna Innocent

Edison CC, Ohio

SO

F

Wright State

Dominique Mahone

Macomb CC, Mich.

FR

F

RETURNING

Alison Nagel

Iowa Central CC

SO

F

*Southwest Minnesota State

Brittani Romanelli

Orange County CC, N.Y.

FR

F

RETURNING

Terika Turner

Lackawanna College, Pa.

SO

F

Not Returning

Ryan Edwards

Prairie State College, Ill.

SO

G

+Shawnee State

Sudan Saunders

Muskegon CC, Mich.

SO

G

*Mary

Brianna Thomas

Cecil College, Md.

FR

G

RETURNING

Johnesha Warren

Mercyhurst North East, Pa.

FR

G

+Berea

SECOND TEAM

THIRD TEAM

*NCAA DII     +NAIA 

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BREAUNA RIVOLI-JOHNSON

DIANE ABBADY

Lake Michigan College (Freshman - F)

Essex County College, N.J. (Sophomore - F)

25.2 POINTS/GAME

19.3 REBOUNDS/GAME

(38 GP, 278 FGM, 98 FTM)

(29 GP, 299 DREB, 261 OREB)

KIA DUNCAN

DIANE ABBADY

Frederick CC, Md. (Freshman - G)

Essex County College, N.J. (Sophomore - F)

8.9 ASSISTS/GAME

65.8 FG%

(27 GP, 241 A)

(29 GP, 262/398 FG)

BAILEY PIERRON

THERESA CARNEVALE

Columbus State CC, Ohio (Freshman - F)

County College of Morris, N.J. (Freshman - G)

45.2 3PT%

88.8 FT%

(24 GP, 52/115 3PT)

(23 GP, 79/89 FT)

BIANCA PARTLOW

LINDSAY BRADFORD

Union County College, N.J. (Freshman - G)

CCBC-Dundalk, Md. (Freshman - F)

4.8 STEALS/GAME

5.5 BLOCKS/GAME

(27 GP, 130 S)

(27 GP, 149 B)

2011-12 DII STATISTICAL TEAM CHAMPIONS Jackson CC, Mich.

102.1 PPG

(30 GP, 3,064 P)

Essex County College, N.J.

53.8 FG%

(28 GP, 649/1,207 FG)

Danville Area CC, Ill.

37.2 3PT%

(30 GP, 187/503 3PT)

Frederick CC, Md.

70.3 FT%

(27 GP, 442/629 FT)

44.3 PAPG

(35 GP, 1,549 PA)

Johnson County CC, Kan.

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OTERO JUNIOR COLLEGE 2011-12 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ACADEMIC TEAM OF THE YEAR

3.57 GPA 2011-12 NJCAA DII 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) Brascia Audain 

Lewis & Clark CC, Ill. 

4.0 

Melissa Bridges 

LSU‐Eunice 

4.0  Cassandra Dumoulin  Elgin CC, Ill. 

4.0 

Tiffany Levin 

Glendale CC, Ariz. 

4.0 

Leah Mantei 

Henry Ford CC, Mich. 

4.0  Brandi Morgante 

Cecil College, Md. 

4.0 

Jessica Prewi  

NC Missouri College 

4.0 

Casey Roberts 

Hagerstown CC, Md. 

4.0  Mallory Schroeder 

Hesston College, Kan. 

4.0 

Mary Specht 

Johnson County CC, Kan. 

4.0 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Superior Academic Achievement (3.8‐3.99 GPA) Ugochukwa Njoku 

Oakland CC, Mich. 

3.98  Emily Sughroue 

North Pla e CC, Neb. 

3.97  Jenae Curley 

St. Clair CCC, Mich. 

3.94 

Meghan Moore 

Lincoln College, Ill. 

3.94  Mallory Deuink 

Jamestown CC, N.Y. 

3.93  Antwana Drayton 

Ellsworth CC, Iowa 

3.93 

Natalie Marsh 

Jamestown CC, N.Y. 

3.93  Carrie Wood 

Des Moines Area, Iowa 

3.93  Emily Rudkin 

John Wood CC, Ill. 

3.91 

Emily Dunn 

Cecil College, Md. 

3.89  Rachel Kohlhagen 

Genesee CC, N.Y. 

3.88  Megan Placencia 

Glendale CC, Ariz. 

3.86 

Karah Warriner 

Jackson CC, Mich. 

3.84  Rebecca Theriault 

Moraine Valley CC, Ill. 

3.82  Shari Saunders 

Southeast CC, Neb. 

3.81 

Exemplary Academic Achievement (3.6‐3.79 GPA) Robyn Hauser 

Highland CC, Ill. 

3.77  Chris ne Boyle 

Glendale CC, Ariz. 

3.76  Bridget Dumoulin 

Elgin CC, Ill. 

3.76 

Jenay Locke 

Mesa CC, Ariz. 

3.76  Rhiannon Peak 

Southeast CC, Neb. 

3.76  Sheena Su lemyre 

Brunswick CC, N.C. 

3.76 

Kylie Cooper 

Johnson County CC, Kan.  3.75  Maxzine Rossler 

Waubonsee CC, Ill. 

3.75  Ann Walker 

Des Moines Area, Iowa  3.75 

Haley Vennard 

Mesa CC, Ariz. 

3.74  Brianne Woycehoski  Macomb CC, Mich. 

3.74  Shaunese Crawford  Guilford TCC, N.C. 

3.73 

Katrina Rogers 

Lewis & Clark CC, Ill. 

3.73  Ann Kuroki 

North Pla e CC, Neb. 

3.72  Rahnae Spooner 

Chandler‐Gilbert, Ariz. 

3.72 

Katherine Vonlehmden  Sinclair CC, Ohio 

3.72  Nicole Heim 

St. Clair CCC, Mich. 

3.70  Ryan Edwards 

Prairie State College, Ill.  3.69 

Jennifer Free 

Parkland College, Ill. 

3.69  Jordyn Sondrol 

Dakota‐Bo neau, N.D. 

3.67  Brooke Scharn 

Iowa Central CC 

3.66 

Emily Schweer 

Brunswick CC, N.C. 

3.66  Paige Shirley 

Pima CC, Ariz. 

3.66  Shaylie Thompson 

Clarendon, Texas 

3.66 

Brenda Davis 

Lansing CC, Mich. 

3.65  Ashley Hagedorn 

Des Moines Area, Iowa 

3.65  Rebekah Rolling 

Iowa Central CC 

3.65 

Kelsey White 

Jackson CC, Mich. 

3.65  Jana Meister 

Kankakee CC, Ill. 

3.64  Kara Stutzman 

Hesston College, Kan. 

3.64 

Alyssa Haayer 

McHenry CC, Ill. 

3.63  Nicole Laird 

Genesee CC, N.Y. 

3.63  Aivah Parham 

Monroe College, N.Y. 

3.63 

Veronica Celaya 

Sco sdale CC, Ariz. 

3.61  Meredith Beole o 

Carl Sandburg, Ill. 

3.60  Chris na Fisher 

Lake Michigan College 

3.60 

Lauren Masse 

CC of Rhode Island 

3.60  Lacie Pointer 

Clarendon, Texas 

3.60   

 

 

 

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1992  Illinois Central College  1993  Illinois Central College  1994  Southwestern Michigan Community  College  1995  Kankakee Community College, Ill.  1996  Lansing Community College, Mich.  1997  Kirkwood Community College, Iowa  1998  Illinois Central College  1999  Illinois Central College  2000  Johnson County Community College, Kan.  2001  Monroe Community College, N.Y.  2002  Kirkwood Community College, Iowa  2003  Illinois Central College  2004  Monroe Community College, N.Y.  2005  Monroe Community College, N.Y.  2006  Illinois Central College  2007  Kirkwood Community College, Iowa  2008  Kirkwood Community College, Iowa  2009  Kirkwood Community College, Iowa  2010  Kirkwood Community College, Iowa  2011  Monroe College, N.Y.  2012  Monroe College, N.Y. 

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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, Mo.)

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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