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Location ............................................. Florence, SC 29502-0547 Address .............................................................. PO Box 100547 Founded .............................................................................. 1970 Enrollment .......................................................................... 4,093 President ............................................................. Dr. Fred Carter Athletic Affiliation ................................................ NCAA Division II Conference Affiliation ............................. Peach Belt Conference Nickname ........................................................................ Patriots Colors ............................................................... Red, White, Blue Home Court ....................... Smith University Center (cap. 2,547) Athletic Director .................................................... Murray Hartzler Senior Woman Administrator...................................... Stacey Vallee Trainers ............................................. Reghan Boob, Joe Cauble Compliance Officer ............................................ Ashleigh Combs Faculty Athletic Representative ........................... Dr. Allen Clabo Athletic Office ......Phone (843) 661-1240......Fax (843) 661-4645 Head Women’s Basketball Coach ......................... Kate Glusko Telephone ........................................... Office (843) 661-1249 Women’s Basketball E-mail Address .... kglusko@fmarion.edu Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ...................... Tim Wilson Office Telephone ............................................ (843) 661-1803 Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ................. Jackie Simon Office Telephone .......................................... (843) 661-1243 Sports Information Director ......................... Michael G. Hawkins Telephone .... Office (843) 661-1222 Home (843) 665-9248 SID E-Mail Address ............................. mhawkins@fmarion.edu Sports Information Intern.............................................. Daniel Shipp Sports Information FAX Number ........................ (843) 661-1219 University Website Address..................................www.fmarion.edu University Athletic Website Address ............www.fmupatriots.com

Quick Facts 1 Peach Belt Conference Information, standings 1 2012-13 Schedule 2 Team Photograph & Roster 3 2012-13 Team Outlook 4 Coaching Staff 5-6 Patriot Timeline 7 Past Francis Marion Head Coaches 7 Player Profiles 8-19 Swamp Fox Club 16 2011-12 statistics and results 20 All-Time Roster 21 Pearl Moore 22 All-Time Series Records 23 Year-By-Year Team Records 24-27 PBC Standings Year-By-Year 28 Former All-Americans 30 Individual / Team Records 30 FMU On-Campus Housing 31 Smith University Center 31 FMU Campus 32

Photos courtesy of FMU, Tony Gloster, Raul Rubiera, Mike Williams, Columbia Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau (Ron Wright), Asheville Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Francis Marion University is a member of the 14-school NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference. Other PBC members include Armstrong Atlantic State University (Savannah, Ga.), Augusta State University (Augusta, Ga.), Clayton State University (Morrow, Ga.), Columbus State University (Columbus, Ga.), Flagler College (St. Augustine, Fla.), Georgia College & State University (Milledgeville, Ga.), Georgia Southwestern State University (Americus, Ga.), Lander University (Greenwood, S.C.), University of Montevallo (Montevallo, Ala.), UNC Pembroke, North Georgia College & State University (Dahlonega, Ga.), USC Aiken, and Young Harris (Ga.) College. Headquartered in Augusta, Ga., the PBC has worked tirelessly to become one of the elite conferences in NCAA Division II, and is now entering its 23rd season with 32 national championships and 28 national finalists. The 2012-13 Peach Belt women’s basketball tournaments will be held March 7, 9-10 in the 4,500-seat Frank G. Lumpkin Jr. Center on the Columbus State University campus in Columbus, Ga. The top 4 teams from each division will participate. 2011-12 Peach Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Final Standings EAST DIVISION $z USC Aiken z Lander UNC Pembroke Armstrong Augusta State Francis Marion Flagler WEST DIVISION xz Clayton State Columbus State Ga. Southwestern Montevallo North Georgia Georgia College x PBC champions

PBC Games 16-2 .889 15-3 .833 12-6 .667 7-11 .389 7-11 .389 4-14 .222 2-16 .111

Div. 11-1 9-3 8-4 4-8 5-7 4-8 1-11

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

16-1 .941 10-0 7-1 11-6 .647 6-4 7-2 10-7 .588 7-3 5-3 6-11 .353 4-6 2-6 6-11 .353 3-7 3-6 2-15 .118 0-10 0-9 $ PBC Tournament champions

Away 7-2 8-1 5-4 4-5 5-4 3-6 1-8

All Games 27-4 .871 24-8 .750 16-12 .571 13-13 .500 12-15 .444 9-17 .360 4-22 .154

9-0 29-4 .879 4-4 16-11 .593 5-4 18-9 .667 4-5 11-16 .407 3-5 12-14 .462 2-7 4-22 .154 z NCAA Tournament 1

Home 16-1 9-3 9-3 9-8 5-8 4-9 2-11

Away 9-2 10-2 6-7 4-5 7-5 5-6 2-9

Neutral Streak 2-1 L1 5-3 L1 1-2 L1 0-0 L4 0-2 L1 0-1 L1 0-2 L1

12-1 10-4 9-3 4-8 7-9 2-10

12-1 5-5 7-4 6-8 5-5 2-10

5-2 1-2 2-2 1-0 0-0 0-2

L1 L1 L2 L1 L3 L10


2012-13 SCHEDULE Date Nov. 9 Nov. 14 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 15 Dec. 17 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 7,9-10

Fri. Wed. Sat. Sat. Tue. Mon. Sat. Mon. Wed. Sat. Thur. Sat. Thur. Sat. Mon. Sat. Tue. Sat. Thur. Sat. Thur. Sat. Wed. Sat. Wed. Sat.

Opponent Time at Southern Wesleyan University 7:00 Claflin University 6:00 Newberry College 1:30 at Brenau University 4:00 Barber-Scotia College (Riot at the Rim) 5:30 Coker College 6:00 at Georgia College * 1:30 USC Aiken * 5:30 Augusta State University * 5:30 at Armstrong Atlantic State University * 1:30 Columbus State University * 5:30 Georgia Southwestern State Univ. * 1:30 Armstrong Atlantic State University * 5:30 at University of Montevallo * 2:30 at Clayton State University * 5:30 at USC Aiken * 5:30 at Morris College 6:00 Flagler College * 1:30 at UNC Pembroke * 5:30 Lander University * (THINK PINK game) 1:30 North Georgia College & State Univ. * 5:30 Young Harris College * (Homecoming) 1:30 at Flagler College * 5:30 at Augusta State University * 1:30 UNC Pembroke * (Senior Night) 5:30 at Lander University * 1:30 at Peach Belt Conference Tournament TBA * Peach Belt Conference game All times listed are Eastern Times

The quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals of the 2013 Peach Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament will be played in the 4,500-seat Frank G. Lumpkin Jr. Center on the campus of Columbus State University in Columbus, Ga., on March 7,9-10, 2013. 2

Site Central, SC FLORENCE FLORENCE Gainesville, GA FLORENCE FLORENCE Milledgeville, GA FLORENCE FLORENCE Savannah, GA FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE Montevallo, AL Morrow, GA Aiken, SC Sumter, SC FLORENCE Pembroke, NC FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE St. Augustine, FL Augusta, GA FLORENCE Greenwood, SC Columbus, GA


2012-13 ROSTER

First Row (seated L-R): Dee Gray, Briana Robinson, Camille Dash, Erin Pinkett, DeAsia Toney, Jalyn McDowell; Second Row (standing L-R): head coach Kate Glusko, assistant coach Jackie Simon, Tiara Gause, Kim Roach, Simone Johnson, Hattie Harris, Jasmine Williams-Hayes, Kristen Dickerson, assistant coach Tim Wilson.

Francis Marion University 2012-13 Women’s Basketball Roster No. 00 1 3 4 10 11 14 21 22 23 32 34

Name Dee Gray DeAsia Toney Briana Robinson Camille Dash Erin Pinkett Hattie Harris Kim Roach Tiara Gause Jalyn McDowell Kristen Dickerson Simone Johnson Jasmine Williams-Hayes

Pos. G G G G G G F-C G G G C G-F

Class Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr.

Ht. 5-8 5-3 5-4 5-6 5-1 5-9 5-10 5-7 5-6 5-8 6-4 5-8

Exp. 2VL HS 1VL HS 1VL JC 2VL 3VL HS 2VL JC 2VL

Hometown (Previous School) Chicago, IL (St. Joseph HS) Huntsville, AL (Hazel Green HS) Columbia, SC (Spring Valley HS) Savannah, GA (Jenkins HS) Cambridge, MD (Westtown School) Mason, TN (Fayette-Ware HS) Columbia, SC (AC Flora HS) Fayetteville, NC (Westover HS) Laurens, SC (Laurens District 55 HS) Columbia, SC (Heathwood Hall ES) Atlanta, GA (West Lake HS) Yorktown, VA (Grafton HS)

HEAD COACH: Kate Glusko ASSISTANT COACHES: Tim Wilson, Jackie Simon ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Murray Hartzler ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Reghan Boob, Joe Cauble SPORTS INFORMATION: Michael G. Hawkins, Daniel Shipp (intern) Pronunciations: #1 DEE-asia TONY ; #3 BREE-anan ; #4 KA-meal ; #21 TEE-air-a ; #22 JAY-lynn ; #32 SEA-moan ; Head Coach GLUS-coe 3


2012-13 OUTLOOK

FMU Women cagers open season vs Warriors When Friday, Nov. 9, rolls around, the Francis Marion University women’s basketball team will be taking to the court to open up the 2012-13 season against Southern Wesleyan University in Central, S.C.. The game is scheduled to get under way at 7 p.m. in Tysinger Gymnasium. FMU leads the all-time series with Southern Wesleyan 9-2, going back to when the school was named Central Wesleyan. The last game played against the two teams was back during the 1991-92 season when the Patriots split the series with the Warriors. Francis Marion is 27-12 in all-time season openers, and the Patriots have won 33 of their last 37 regular-season matchups with non-conference opponents. Third-year FMU head coach Kate Glusko welcomes back three letterwinners, including one starter, from last year’s 9-17 squad that finished sixth in the Peach Belt Conference’s East Division.

“This year’s group has the willingness to carry on the tradition of Francis Marion. These girls want to put FMU basketball back on the map.” Dickerson is prepped to have a big senior year. “Kristen can take that momentum from her junior year where she saw a lot of playing time at the end of the year and carry it over for a fantastic senior campaign,” Glusko said. The three players from USC Upstate were not recruited as a package but individually, with each coming to FMU at different parts of the summer. Robinson, who hails Columbia, will be a key player in the starting lineup for Glusko. “Bri provides us with a missing piece of the puzzle with consistency, and has the ability to play a lot of minutes for us this season. Her great court vision will be an asset in running our offense.”

“We were able to find some positives from last season,” said Glusko. “That team had the ability to compete night in and night out. What we took away helped us in recruiting and being successful in getting the pieces to make us where we want to be in the conference.” Nine of the team’s losses last season were by single digits, including five by four points or less.

Toney, a native from Huntsville, Ala., is slated to be the backup point guard on this strong FMU roster. “She knows her role and plays it very well. We will have the opportunity to use her in a variety of ways.”

Glusko is extremely happy to have the addition of the 6-4 Johnson. “She has a dynamic large inside presence, and has great post moves as well as good hands. There is a lot of potential and upside for her.”

The other two returners are 5-9 senior guard Hattie Harris (2.0 ppg, 1.7rpg) and 5-8 senior guard Jasmine Williams-Hayes (2.1 ppg, 1.6 rpg).

Freshmen guards DeAsia Toney and Camille Dash also join a Patriot roster that welcomes back red-shirt senior Tiara Gause, who’s 2011-12 season ended abruptly after suffering an injury during the pre-season. Freshman walk-on Jalyn McDowell, a product of Laurens District 55 High School, rounds out the roster.

Williams-Hayes is expected to be in the lineup, while Harris will be coming off the bench in a key reserve role. Glusko likes both the returners for several reasons. “Jasmine had a great preseason, and she understands her role since we moved her to the four position. Hattie is a great teammate, and we look forward to her making defensive stops and creating offensive opportunities.”

Dash, from Savannah, Ga., is picking up the college game very quickly. “She is improving day by day, and we expect good things off the bench from her this season,” said Glusko.

The lone starter that is returning for FMU is 5-8 senior guard Kristen Dickerson, who last season averaged 6.1 points per game as well as 2.2 rebounds per game. To go along with those stats, she was a 70 percent free throw shooter.

Five transfers, four with NCAA Division I experience, join a class that has three freshmen, and a redshirt senior who is coming back from a season-ending injury last year. The transfers include 5-8 junior guard Dee Gray (Winthrop University), 5-4 sophomore guard Briana Robinson (USC Upstate), 5-1 junior guard Erin Pinkett (USC Upstate), 5-10 junior forward Kim Roach (USC Upstate), and 6-4 sophomore center Simone Johnson (Jefferson College).

and Glusko is happy to have her. “Tiara is back from the injury, and she is stronger than ever. The hardship she went through, and to tough it out and come back and be ready to play this season, is a statement to her commitment.”

Roach, who also comes from Columbia, will most likely play the power forward position and has the ability to crash the boards very well. “She provides us with an inside presence both offensively and defensively,” Glusko stated. Pinkett, the smallest player on the roster at 5-1 and a native of Cambridge, Md., is expected to be an outside threat for the Patriots this season. “She is a mature veteran who is very consistent from beyond the three-point arc.” Gray is expected to be in the starting lineup and will play a big part in helping lead the team. “Dee will make an immediate impact on the other wing across from Tiara,” said Glusko. “She provides maturity as well as being a competitive player who will have strong leadership on the floor.” A 2011 transfer from Elon University, Gause was expected to be a starter last year prior to her ACL injury. She has recovered from that injury and is slated to be in the lineup,

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“Our desire is to be a fast-paced team, but at the same time we want to take high percentage shots and get those points on the board.” FMU is 64-5 in its last 69 games when scoring 85 points or more over the past 12 seasons. With Friday’s matchup being the first regular-season game for FMU, there are some things to look for according to Glusko. “Southern Wesleyan has already played a few games, and this will be our first true test away from home. But if we can focus on what we do and have worked on, everything else will work out.” Francis Marion’s next two games will be at the Smith University Center when the Patriots host Claflin University on Nov. 14 at 6 p.m., and then Newberry College on Nov.17 at 1:30 p.m. Altogether, this year’s schedule includes 14 home contests. FMU has twenty-two 20-win seasons in the team’s 39 year history, and the Patriots rank among the Top 10 Division II programs in all-time victories with 777. The Patriots are 41-14 at home over the last four years and have won 169 of its last 222 home contests.


2012-13 HEAD COACH

KATE GLUSKO 3rd year at FMU as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Gannon University in Erie, Pa. In 2009-10, the Lady Knights were 37-1, advanced to the NCAA Division II Final Four, and ended the year ranked second in the national Top 25 poll. The 37 victories set a Division II record for wins in a season and most consecutive wins (37) in a single season. Gannon also won the PSAC championship and was ranked No. 1 for six weeks.

Kate Glusko begins her third season as head coach for women’s basketball at Francis Marion University. In her first two seasons as a college head coach, she registered a 27-27 mark. In her first year in Florence, she guided the Patriots to an 18-10 record, a third-place finish in the Peach Belt Conference's East Division standings, and the program's fourth consecutive NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance. This past year, FMU posted a 9-17 record. Glusko, 28, is the 11th head coach in the storied history of the Francis Marion program, and was the youngest (then 25) new coach since Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell took over the coaching reins as a 23-year-old in 1975. The State College, Pa., native came to Francis Marion after two seasons

In 2008-09, Gannon was 26-5, advanced to the round of Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament, was ranked 20th in the final Top 25 poll, and was 12th in the WBCA Top 25 Honor Roll with a 3.497 team grade point average. Prior to joining the Lady Knights’ staff, Glusko served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Concord University for two seasons. Concord posted records of 20-9 in 2007-08 and 21-9 in 2006-07, the first time the program registered back-to-back 20win seasons. During her four seasons as an assistant, she helped develop two AllAmericans, 14 All-Conference selections, and seven players who reached the 1,000-point plateau. Her teams posted a combined 104-24 record. Glusko is a 2006 graduate of West Virginia University, where she earned the bachelor of business administration degree in management (cum laude). As a 5-10 guard, she played on the 2003-04 WVU squad that was 21-11 and advanced to the NCAA

Personal Information Katie Glusko Quick Facts Birthdate: Sept. 2, 1984 Hometown: State College, Pa. High School: State College High School College: University of West Virginia, 2006 (B.B.A. degree cum laude in management); Concord University, 2008 (M.Ed. degree in behavior science). Coaching Experience 2006-08 Assistant Coach -- Concord University, Athens, W.V. 2008-10 Assistant Coach -- Gannon University, Erie, Pa. 2010-13 Head Coach -- Francis Marion University, Florence, S.C.

Tournament and the 2004-05 team that was 21-13 and appeared in the championship game of the WNIT. She suffered season-ending injuries as a freshman and senior. In the classroom, Glusko was a two-time Big East Academic All-Star and a fourtime WVU Athletic Director honor roll member. She later earned the master’s of education degree in behavioral science while at Concord. She is a product of State College (Pa.) High School, where she was a twotime All-State performer. She set the school’s all-time scoring record with 1,630 points, while scoring in double figures 60 consecutive games and leading the Lady Little Lions to an 85-22 record and four straight appearances in the Pennsylvania State Quad-A Championships. At State College High School, Glusko led the Lady Little Lions to an 85-22 record, four straight appearances in the Pennsylvania State Quad-A Championships, and two District VI Quad-A championships. She also set school records for points in a season (634) and game (43) and highest singleseason scoring average (21.1). Her accolades also included 2002 District VI Quad-A Player of the Year, McDonald’s All-America nominee, 2001 Street and Smith’s All-American, 2001 USA Today Player to Watch, and 1999 WBCA/Reebok Underclassman All-American. Glusko is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). She also directs the women’s basketball summer camps Glusko as an Assistant Coach 2006-07 Concord 21-9 2007-08 Concord 20-9 2008-09 Gannon 26-5 * 2009-10 Gannon 37-1 * Glusko as a Head Coach 2010-11 FMU 18-10 * 2011-12 FMU 9-17 * NCAA II Tournament

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Tim Wilson , 3rd Year at FMU Tim Wilson, a native of Ayden, N.C., enters his third season on the Francis Marion University bench as an assistant coach. His primary responsibilities with the Patriots will include recruiting, on-floor coaching, individual player workouts, pre- and post-season workouts, and helping in the area of academic support for team members. Wilson is a 2001 graduate of High Point University, where he earned a B.S. degree in business administration. He played two seasons on the Panthers basketball squad, appearing in 44 contests, and gaining Big South Conference All-Academic Team honors in both 2000 and 2001. He also attended The Citadel for two years prior to transferring to High Point. He was as an assistant coach at High Point Central High School during the 200910 season. He previously served as head boys’ varsity coach at Wesleyan Christian Academy (in High Point) for the 2008-09 campaign and was the school’s girls’ varsity head coach from 2005 through 2008, while also assisting with the boys’ program. From 2005 to 2010, Wilson was the event coordinator for Hoops and Dreams, an organization responsible for putting on team and individual showcase tournaments. He has worked as a coach/instructor at several camps, including the Campbell University Individual Camp, Prep All-Star Showcase Camp (three years), and the Elon Elite Camp. On the business side, he worked with Liberty Hardware in Winston-Salem, N.C., for eight-and-a-half years. He is a member of the Women's Basketball Coaching Association. He is married with one son (Drew) and one daughter (Bailee).

Jackie Simon , 1st Year at FMU Jackie Simon begins her first season as an assistant coach on the Francis Marion University women's basketball staff. Her primary responsibilities with the Patriots include recruiting, on-floor coaching, individual player workouts, pre- and postseason workouts, and helping in the area of academic support for team members. She recently earned a B.S. degree in sociology and criminal justice from Mars Hill College, where she played two seasons on the hoops squad. As a senior, she was team captain and averaged 7.0 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game. In 2010-11, she helped lead the Lions to a 17-10 mark, the program's most wins in six seasons. She also attended Allegany College of Maryland, where she earned an associate degree, and was named to the Top 120 JUCO women's basketball players for 2008-09. She has done volunteer work with the Animal Shelter-Brother Wolf in Asheville, N.C., and the Banardsville (N.C.) Elementary School. She has also worked as a summer camp counselor with the Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, N.J.

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FMU PATRIOT WBB TIMELINE

PAST FMU WBB HEAD COACHES

Jan. 4, 1974, first-game win 53-44 at Sand Hills Comm. Coll.

Name Gayle Baker Sherril York Sylvia Hatchell * Trudi M. Lacey * Sherri A. Tynes * Steven M. Garber Wes Moore * Lee Buchanan * Valecia Tedder Heather Macy * Kate Glusko

1975, Sylvia Rhyne (Hatchell) named head coach Jan. 24, 1976, eclipses 100 for the first time in 101-93 win over the College of Charleston March 1975, finished 6th at AIAW Small College National Tournament in Ashland, OH March 1976, finishes 7th at AIAW Small College National Tournament in Pomona, CA March 1978, hosts AIAW Small College National Tournament, finishes 7th March 22, 1978, Pearl Moore set national record with 60 points vs. Eastern Washington State Univ.

Years 1973-74 1974-75 1975-86 1986-88 1988-90 1990-95 1995-98 1998-2002 2002-07 2007-10 2010-12

FMU Record (1 year) 16-4 (1 year) 11-11 (11 years) 272-80 (2 years) 53-12 (2 years) 43-16 (5 years) 63-77 (3 years) 69-20 (4 years) 92-29 (5 years) 56-86 (3 years) 75-19 (2 years) 27-27

* Left FMU to take an NCAA Division I coaching position.

March 10, 1979, Pearl Moore sets all-time collegiate scoring record with 4,061 points

Sylvia Hatchell Head Coach UNC

March 27, 1982, wins AIAW Division II national championship with 92-83 win over College of Charleston in Charleston, SC

She is believed to be the only collegiate cage coach to win national championships under three different affiliations (AIAW, NAIA, NCAA). She is a member of the FMU Athletic Hall of Fame, and has supported the university through her Sylvia Hatchell Francis Marion University Golf Challenge, held in past summers at the Country Club of South Carolina. In June 2004, she was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn.

1982, moves from AIAW affiliation to NAIA affiliation Dec. 18, 1982, defeats N.C. State 85-81 in Reynolds Coliseum behind 36 points and 14 rebounds by Daphne Donnelly March 9, 1983, loses 105-103 in double overtime at Campbellsville (Ky.) College in the NAIA Area 7 Tournament Feb. 20, 1984, defeats South Carolina 73-72 in Florence March 1984, earns Fellowship of Christian Athletes Team Sportsmanship Award at NAIA National Tournament in Cedar Rapids, IA March 18, 1986, wins NAIA national championship with 75-65 win over Wayland Baptist Univ. in Kansas City’s Kemper Arena.

Trudi Lacey Head Coach/GM WNBA’s Washington Mystics

1986, Sylvia Hatchell accepts UNC head coaching position, replaced by Trudi Lacey March 5, 1987, loses at North Georgia College 111-100 in the NAIA Bi-District XI game

Lacey served as both general manager and head coach of the WNBA’s Washington Mystics for two years (2010-12), positions she previously held with the Charlotte Sting. The former N.C. State star also coached for 8 seasons at the Univ. of South Florida, one year at Queens Univ. of Charlotte, and also worked with USA Basketball.

Feb. 13, 1988, beats Morris College 128-34, sets records 1988, Trudi Lacey accepts South Florida head coaching position, replaced by Sherri Tynes 1990, Sherri Tynes accepts UNC Wilmington head coaching position, replaced by Steven Garber 1992, school gains University status and moves to NCAA Division II (Peach Belt Conference) affiliation

2001, makes fourth consecutive appearance in the round of Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA II national tournament

March 6, 1996, first appearance in NCAA II national tournament

March 5, 2006, loses to GC&SU 89-83 in double overtime in the PBC Tournament title game telecast on regional television

Feb. 25, 1998, wins Peach Belt Tournament, defeating Columbus State 71-67

March 2008, FMU shares PBC regular-season title, earns invitation to NCAA Tournament and hosts the South Atlantic Regional. Also leads nation in scoring offense and steals.

March 1998, advances to Final Four of NCAA II national tournament in Pine Bluff, AR

March 2009, FMU wins PBC regular-season title; advances to Sweet 16 of NCAA II Tournament; leads nation in scoring offense and steals.

1998, Wes Moore accepts UTC (Tennessee-Chattanooga) head coaching position, replaced by Lee Buchanan Nov. 1998, wins prestigious Disney Tip-Off Classic in Florida Feb. 1999, wins Peach Belt regular-season title with 16-0 mark

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2010, FMU advanced to PBC Tournament title game; advances to Rd. of 32 of NCAA II Tournament; leads nation in steals. Heather Macy accepts East Carolina University head coaching position, replaced by Kate Glusko


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DEE GRAY Guard 5’8”, Jr., Chicago, Ill. St. Joseph High School Winthrop College

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Will provide FMU with a more physical presence in the backcourt.....Possesses good size and strength....A slasher who can get to the rim....Adds maturity to the roster....Good leadership skills....Transfer from Winthrop University....WU: Played two seasons with the Division I Eagles, averaging 1.9 ppg and 1.9 rpg in 21 games as a freshman and 0.3 ppg and 1.0 rpg in 24 contests this past season. PERSONAL: Born Darnissa Teres' Joy Gray in Chicago, Ill.....A product of St. Joseph High School in Westchester, Ill.....Finished as the program’s all-time leading scorer with more than 1,200 points....Earned All-State honors after averaging 11.3 ppg and 8.8 rpg as a senior....Over her final two seasons, she was named to the All-Tournament Team for every tournament St. Joseph played in....Nickname is Dee.

CAREER HIGHS 8 pts vs Lander (11-27-10) 7 reb vs NC A&T (11-14-10) 2 ast at Virginia Tech (12-5-10)

PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Pro basketball player Favorite Athlete: Cappie Pondexter Favorite Sports Team: Chicago Bulls Favorite Movie: He Got Game Favorite TV Show: My Wife and Kids Favorite Food: Strawberries Favorite Sport Other Than Your Own: Football Favorite On-Line Activity: Youtube Do You Tweet: No What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Rap, R&B, gospel, old school Favorite Thing About FMU: Friendy people Hobbies: Rap, poetry Interesting Notes: All my tattos have significant meanings. I am St. Joseph High School's ALL-TIME leading scorer with over 1,200 pts (basketball). Ranked #1 in the state of Illinois for shot-put in 2010 (track). 3rd in Big South Conference for shot-put in 2011 while at WInthrop University Something that is odd about me: I eat like a caveman (paleo diet). MAJOR: Psychology CAREER STATS at Winthrop University YEAR

G-GS

MPG

2011-12

24-0

4.4

2010-11

21-2

TOTALS

45-2

FGM-FGA

PCT FTM-FTA

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

5

6

0.3

2-15

13.3

2-2

1.000

25

1.0

6-0

2

3

0

10.1

12-52

23.1

14-33

42.4

39

1.9

27-0

7

25

0

9

39

1.9

7.1

14-67

20.9

16-35

45.7

64

1.4

33-0

9

28

0

14

45

1.0

Three-Point Shots: 0-1 in 2011-12 ; 1-5 in 2010-11

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DeASIA TONEY Guard 5’3”, Fr., Huntsville, Ala. Hazel Green High School

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FMU: First-year player....A ‘tough-as-nails’ type players”....Quick, athletic, and a very good defender.....Has a high basketball IQ....Bright future....Looking forward to having her for four years in our program.

CAREER HIGHS (ready to set 4-year marks) pts reb asst

PERSONAL: Born DeAsia Monique Toney in Huntsville, Ala....A graduate of Hazel Green High School, where she played for head coach Chad Hill....Fouryear starter....Surpassed 1,000 career assists.....Averaged 5.8 points, 7.1 assists, 4.2 steals, and 3.4 rebounds as a junior when Hazel Green went 228 and reached the sub-region round....Earned 2011 All-Area honors and was named to the Huntsville Times’ 2011 Elite Girls Basketball Team (honorable mention)....Earned Miss Hustle Award....As a sophomore, averaged 7.2 points, 6.3 assists, 3.6 steals, and 2.4 rebounds and garnered All-County recognition as the Lady Trojans placed third in the regionals with an 18-13 mark....Also played for the Alabama Southern Starz program, and she helped their 2012-Combined squad to the 2010 AAU D2 national championship.....Also ran track and placed in the top three in the sectionals for both the 100-meter dash and the long jump....Nickname is Dee. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Pediatrician Favorite Athlete: Rajon Rondo Favorite Sports Team: Boston Celtics Favorite Movie: Sunset Park Favorite TV Show: The First 48 Favorite Food: Chicken tenders Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Football Favorite Website: Twitter Favorite On-Line Activity: Tweeting Do You Tweet: Yes What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Rap and R&B Favorite Thing About FMU: Friendly people Hobbies: Listening to music and reading Interesting Notes: I've always been the smallest person on my basketball teams, but play like a big person MAJOR: Nursing

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BRIANA ROBINSON Guard 5’4”, So., Columbia, S.C. Spring Valley High School USC Upstate

FMU: First-year player at FMU.....Comes to FMU off a successful year at the Division 1 level....Product of a very successful high school program at Spring Valley....She knows what it takes to win.....True point guard....Very athletic, and very quick.....Can shoot the three, but also has the ability to drive to the hoop.....Transfer from Division I USC Upstate.....USCU: Was the team’s second-leading scorer at 7.2 ppg and also tallied 2.0 rpg and 1.8 apg in 29 contests.

CAREER HIGHS 20 pts at No. Florida (1-14-12) 6 reb at No. Florida (1-14-12) assists

PERSONAL: Born Briana Alexandria Robinson in Columbia, S.C.....A graduate of Spring Valley High School, where she played for legendary (and former Wilson High School) head coach Anne Long.....Helped lead the Vikings to the 2011 (29-0 record) and 2009 (27-1 record) AAAA state titles.....State runners-up in 2010....Named the MVP of the 2009 state title game.....Averaged 9.8 points, 3.2 assists, 2.5 rebounds, and 2.0 steals per game as a senior en route to her selection for the 2011 Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic.....Concluded her prep career with more than 1,000 points.....Honor roll student....Also participated in track and field.....Nickname is Bri. PERSONAL FAVORITES: Favorite Athlete: Lebron James Favorite Sports Team: Miami Heat Favorite Movie: Columbiana Favorite TV Show: Martin Favorite Food: Crablegs Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Football Favorite Website: 23isback.com Favorite On-Line Activity: Online shopping Do You Tweet: Yes What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: B.O.B. Hobbies: Sneaker hunting, drawing, and traveling Interesting Notes: I have two extra fingers and one extra toe

CAREER STATS at USC Upstate YEAR

G-GS

MPG

FGM-FGA PCT

2011-12

29-13

22.8

79-190

41.6

FTM-FTA 40-51

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

78.4

57

2.0

25-0

52

60

1

19

Three-Point Shots: 3-14 in 2011-12

10

PTS 210

AVG 7.2


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CAMILLE DASH Guard 5’6”, Fr., Savannah, Ga. Jenkins High School

4

FMU: First-year player.....Can play both guard spots....Very versatile and can score in a variety of ways....Has the potential to make an impact as a scorer during her freshman year.

CAREER HIGHS (ready to set 4-year marks) pts reb assists

PERSONAL: Born Clara Camille Cash in Savannah, Ga....A product of Jenkins High School, where she played for head coach James Burke....Three-time AllRegion selection....Averaged 19.9 points, 6.9 rebounds, 3.0 steals, and 2.8 assists per game as a senior....Named her region’s Player of the Year in 2012 and picked up All-Greater Savannah first-team honors as well....Also ran track, placing third in long jump (18'7") at 2011 state meet....Nickname is Camille. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Crime scene investigator Favorite Athlete: Lebron James Favorite Sports Team: North Carolina Tar Heels Favorite TV Show: That 70s Show Favorite Food: Funnel Cake Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Track & field Favorite Website: Tumblr Favorite On-Line Activity: Shopping What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Kanye West, Lauryn Hill, Jay-Z, Adele, Miguel, and a lot more Favorite Thing About FMU: Everyone seems friendly for the most part Hobbies: Hanging out and reading MAJOR: Mass Communications.

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ERIN PINKETT Guard 5’1”, Jr., Cambridge, Md. Westtown School USC Upstate / Cecil College

FMU: First-year player at FMU.....Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) 2012-13....A No.2 guard who can stretch the defense with her outside shooting....Big three-point threat....May also see some time at the point guard position.....Transfer from Division I USC Upstate....USCU: Averaged 3.1 ppg and 0.9 rpg in 29 contests (6 starts) as a sophomore.....Played the 2010-11 campaign at Cecil College in North East., Md., tallying 17.5 points, 4.6 assists, and 2.8 rebounds per game while connecting on 40 percent of her three-point attempts and 83 percent of her free throw attempts.....Named to the 2011 AllRegion second team. PERSONAL: Born Erin Danielle Pinkett in Newport News, Va....A graduate of the Westtown School, where she played for coach Carrie Timmins.....Also attended Cambridge-South Dorchester High School, where she played for coach Bill Horsey.

CAREER HIGHS 12 pts reb assists

PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Basketball player or TV host Favorite Athlete: Derrick Rose Favorite Sports Team: Miami Heat Favorite Movie: Love & Basketball Favorite TV Show: Phineas & Ferb Favorite Food: Pasta Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Tennis Favorite Website: Facebook Favorite On-Line Activity: Free games Do You Tweet: Yes What's in Your CD Player/iPOD: Music Favorite Thing About FMU: The campus Hobbie: Writing poetry Interesting Notes: I love to smile. MAJOR: Communications

CAREER STATS at USC Upstate YEAR 2011-12

G-GS

MPG

FGM-FGA PCT

29-6

14.5

32-113

28.3

FTM-FTA 1-2

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

50.0

26

0.9

27-1

5

18

0

8

89

3.1

Three-Point Shots: 24-91 in 2011-12

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HATTIE HARRIS Guard 5’9”, Sr., Mason, Tenn. State Fair Community College Fayette-Ware High School

FMU: Second-year player at FMU....Appeared in 24 games last year and made seven starts....Transfer from State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri....Comes from an excellent junior college program....Possesses good length....Will make an impact on the defensive end....Athletic....Explosive....Can rebound....Ability to get to the rim on the offensive end of the floor....SFCC: Team captian in 2010-11....Averaged 6.9 ppg, 2.9 rpg, and 1.6 apg, while leading her team in charges taken with 24....As a freshman, averaged 6.2 ppg. 4.7 rpg, and 1.7 apg....Helped the Lady Roadrunners to a two-year record of 5611, two Region XVI championship game appearances, and the program’s third NJCAA natiuonal tournament appearance, as well as the program’s first win at the national tournament.

CAREER HIGHS 7 pts on two occasions 5 rebat Flagler (1-11-12) 3 assists on two occasions

PERSONAL: Born Hattie M. Harris in Memphis, Tenn......Attended FayetteWare High School and played for coaches Kitty Allen and Tim Harpe.....AllState and All-Region 2009....Most Valuable Player 2007, 2008, 2009....Nickname is Hat. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A vet Favorite Athletes: Kobe Bryant and Diana Taurisi Favorite Sports Teams: Los Angeles Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies Favorite Movie: What's Love Got To Do With It Favorite Food: Seafood Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Baseball Do You Tweet: Yes What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: All kinds of music Favorite Thing About FMU: Teaches you life lessons that will help me Hobbies: Shopping, basketball, coaching, reading interesting things, traveling Interesting Notes: I love to crack jokes. and youtube odd things Brush With Greatness: Just being me. I'm great. MAJOR: Management

CAREER STATS at Francis Marion University YEAR 2011-12

G-GS

MPG

24-7

9.5

FGM-FGA PCT 16-68

23.5

FTM-FTA 12-17

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

70.6

41

1.7

30-0

13

30

4

12

47

2.0

Three-Point Shots: 3-14 in 2011-12

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KIM ROACH Forward-Center 5’10”, Jr., Columbia, S.C. A.C. Flora High School USC Upstate

FMU: FMU: First-year player at FMU....Possible starter along the frontline....Solid post player with great inside moves.....Good hands and feet for a post player....Can step out and hit the mid-range jumper.....Should make an immediate impact on the inside for our squad....Transfer from Division I USC Upstate....USCU: Appeared in 26 games last year for Spartans, making four starts, and averaged 3.8 ppg and 2.3 rpg.....As a freshman, she registered 5.9 ppg and 3.2 rpg in 27 games.

CAREER HIGHS 18 pts vs No. Greenville (11-11-11) reb assists

PERSONAL: Born Kimberly Roach in Columbia, S.C....A product of A.C. Flora High School, where she played under the direction of coach Patti Moore.....Twotime All-State....Three-time All-Region honoree.....Averaged 17.6 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 1.9 steals per game as a senior....Selected to play in the Carolinas All-Star Classic.....Named one of the SCBCA Top 5 Seniors in 2010....Ended her prep career with more than 1,000 points....Helped the Falcons to state rankings in each of her last four years....Also played volleyball.....Nickname is Kim. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Professional basketball player Favorite Athlete: Dwight Howard Favorite Sports Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Movie: The Hunger Games Favorite TV Shows: Big Bang Theory and Spongebob Favorite Food: Spaghetti Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Volleyball Favorite Website: Youtube Favorite On-Line Activity: Watching videos on Youtube Do You Tweet: Yes What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: A lot of everything, but mainly rap and R&B Favorite Thing About FMU: Not sure yet Hobbies: Watching television. MAJOR: Biology

CAREER STATS at USC Upstate YEAR

G-GS

MPG FGM-FGA

PCT

FTM-FTA

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

2011-12

26-4

11.0

27-81

33.3

45-58

77.6

2010-11

27-1

16.7

52-129

40.3

55-88

62.5

TOTALS

53-5

13.9

79-210

37.6

100-146

68.5

145

59

2.3

33-0

5

21

1

9

99

3.8

86

3.2

52-0

6

54

3

20

159

5.9

2.7

85-0

11

75

4

29

258

4.9

Three-Point Shots: 0-0 in 2011-12 ; 0-0 in 2010-11

14

STL

PTS

AVG


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TIARA GAUSE Guard 5’7”, Sr., Fayetteville, N.C. Westover High School Elon University

CAREER HIGHS 22 pts vs Davidson (2-7-09) 6 reb vs So. Virginia (2009-10)

FMU: Second-year player at FMU.....Suffered knee injury in 2011-12 pre-season and was medically red-shirted....Transfer from NCAA Division I Elon University.....Will make an immediate impact in the backcourt and at both ends of the floor....Good defensive player....Has the ability to score in a several ways.... Will provide veteran leadership....ELON: Southern Conference Freshman of the Year in 2009.....In 2010-11 for the 20-13 Phoenix, averaged 5.1 ppg in 22 contests.....In three seasons, appeared in 81 contests (52 starts) and averaged 6.9 points and 1.2 steals per game. PERSONAL: Born Tiara Alyssa Gause in Fayetteville, N.C.....Attended Westover High School and played for coaches Gene Arrington and Myeesha Hockaday.....All-State 2008....Helped lead her school to the 2008 4A state title....All-Regional player and regional MVP 2008....4-time AllConference....SumCom Classic MVP in 2006 and 2008....Earned Player of the Year honors....Member of the 2006 AAU national championship squad....AAU All-American 2007....NCVCA All-State....Hobbies include texting and shopping….Nickname is “T”. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A Doctor Favorite Athlete: Rajon Rondo Favorite Sports Team: Boston Celtics Favorite Movie: The Color Purple Favorite TV Show: Ms. Honey BooBoo Child Favorite Sport Other Than Your Own: Soccer Favorite Website: WorldStarHipHop Favorite On-Line Activity: Downloading new music Do You Tweet: Yes What’s in Your CD Player/iPod: Wiz Khalifa & Juicy J Favorite Thing About FMU: FMU’s Fans Hobbies: Shopping MAJOR: Sociology.

CAREER STATS at Elon University YEAR

G-GS

MPG

FGM-FGA

PCT FTM-FTA

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

2010-11

22-10

16.5

40-114

35.1

2009-10

30-15

17.6

69-154

44.8

2008-09

29-27

25.4

110-302

Totals

81-52

20.1

219-570

32-47

68.1

38

1.7

25-0

27

48

2

26

112

5.1

25-36

69.4

49

1.6

47-0

25

49

2

30

164

5.5

36.4

52-79

65.8

60

2.1

39-0

27

78

0

38

285

9.8

38.4

109-162

67.3

147

1.8

111-0

79

175

4

94

561

6.9

Three-Point Shots: 0-4 in 2010-11; 1-6 in 2009-10 ; 13-54 in 2008-09

15

PTS

AVG


2012-13 PATRIOTS

JALYN McDOWELL Guard 5’6”, Fr., Laurens, S.C. Laurens District 55 High School

22

FMU: First-year player....Walk-on....Will add depth to the Patriot backcourt....Good athlete. PERSONAL: A graduate of Laurens District 55 High School, where she played for coach Travis Langford....Named to the 2012 All-Laurens County Team. PERSONAL FAVORITES: CAREER HIGHS (ready to set 4-year marks) pts reb assists

S W A M P F O X C L U B

MAJOR:

The Swamp Fox Club, formerly the Patriots Brigade, is the official booster club that generates support for the Francis Marion University Athletic Department. The mission is to provide full scholarship funding as established under NCAA guidelines for Francis Marion University’s intercollegiate athletic teams. The Swamp Fox Club offers memberships to both individuals and businesses. All money raised benefits every sport at FMU. Your support not only provides educational and athletic opportunities to worthy young people, but provides you valuable benefits as well. You also have the option of designating your entire gift to a specific sport if so desired. Gifts made to the Swamp Fox Club are tax deductible. On an annual basis, more than 175 student-athletes receive some scholarship assistance from the Swamp Fox Club. The athletic booster club has developed into a vitally important support group for the Athletic Department, pursuing the excellence, integrity and pride in the University’s athletic program. For more information, or to receive a brochure, visit www.fmupatriots.com or call the athletic office at (843) 661-1240. 16


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KRISTEN DICKERSON Guard 5’8”, Sr., Columbia, S.C. Heathwood Hall Episcopal School

23

FMU: 3-year returning letterwinner….Moved into starting line-up at end of last season....Will be looked to for senior leadership both on and off the court....Scored in double figures in 5 of last 11 games of 2011-12 season....Has improved numbers every year....Gained valuable experience on two NCAA Tournament squads….FMU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13 (President)….PBC Presidential Honor Roll 2010, 2012....FMU Swamp Fox-Athletic Academic Honor Roll 2010, 2010-11 (fall and spring), 2011-12 (fall and spring)….A winner....Competes every possession....Very athletic. CAREER HIGHS 16 pts at Lander (2-4-12) 5 reb on three occasions 8 asst vs Morris (2-8-12)

PERSONAL: Born Kristen Alana Dickerson in Columbia, S.C.....Attended Heathwood Hall Episcopal School.....Senior stats: 22.5 ppg, 4.7 assists per game.....4-year stater....1,591 career points....2-time All-Region selection....Averaged 16 ppg as a junior and helped Highlanders to the 2008 state title game....2008 SCISA Region II-AAA Tournament MVP....State Tournament All-Tournament Team....2009 The State SCISA Player of the Year....SCISA North-South All-Star Game pick twice....Played for 16 Elite GA/ LINA 76ers summer hoops team....HSSP All-State for both basketball and track....Helped lead Highglanders to the 2008 track state championship....Has met USC head coach and former star player Dawn Staley....Hobbies include watching movies, spending time wih family and friends....Nickname is Kris. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: First girl in the NBA....Favorite Athlete: Ray Allen....Favorite Sports Team: FMU women's basketball team....Favorite Movie: Love & Basketball.....Favorite TV Show: Law & Order SVU....Favorite Food: Anything beef (steak, beef stew, roast beef, burgers, etc.)....Favorite Sport Other than Your Own: Track....Favorite Website: Facebook....Favorite On-Line Activities: Checking my Twitter and Facebook....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/ iPOD: A bunch of randomness....Favorite Thing About FMU: FMU athletics....Hobbies: Reading, watching movies, hanging with my friends....Interesting Notes: My sister Brionna Dickerson is the GOAT :). Two state championship track rings. I'll eat just about anything and I never gain a pound.....Brush With Greatness: Meeting Dawn Staley for the first time a few years ago. MAJOR: Business Management.

CAREER STATS at Francis Marion University YEAR

G-GS

MPG

FGM-FGA

PCT FTM-FTA

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

2011-12

21-7

19.4

56-139

40.3

2010-11

24-1

7.1

22-43

51.2

2009-10

18-0

4.4

6-21

Totals

63-8

10.4

84-203

14-20

70.0

47

2.2

27-0

41

38

3

22

128

6.1

6-14

42.9

20

0.8

13-0

14

16

0

12

52

2.2

28.6

3-6

50.0

14

0.8

19-0

7

12

0

3

16

0.9

41.4

23-40

57.5

81

1.3

59-0

62

66

3

37

196

3.1

Three-point shots: 2-13 in 2011-12 ; 2-4 in 2010-11 ; 1-2 in 2009-10

17

PTS

AVG


2012-13 PATRIOTS

SIMONE JOHNSON

32

Center 6’4�, So., Atlanta, Ga. West Lake High School Jefferson College / Xavier University (La.)

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Adds size to the Patriot frontline....Could make an immediate impact in the Peach Belt Conference....Transfer from Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Mo.....Also attended Xavier University (La.) but was hurt and did not play....JC: Played one season and averaged 5.0 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 12 blocks per contest as the Vikings went 28-4 finished seventh at the NJCAA National Tournament.

CAREER HIGHS (ready to set 4-year marks) pts reb assists

PERSONAL: Born Simone Johnson in Atlanta, Ga....A product of Westlake High School.....As a senior, averaged 9.0 points and 10.0 rebounds for the 13th-ranked prep team in the country (24-4 mark and reached the Class 5A semifinals). PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: A computer tech Favorite Athlete: Diana Taurasi Favorite Movie: All Twilights Favorite TV Show: Love & Hip-Hop ATL Favorite Food: Hot Wings Favorite website: Twitter Do you tweet?: Yes What's in your CD Player/iPOD: Future Drake, Rick Ross, Nicki Manaj, 2 chains Favorite Thing about FMU: I love the Villas Apartments. MAJOR: Computer Science

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JASMINE WILLIAMS-HAYES

34

Guard-Forward 5’8”, Jr., Yorktown, Va. Grafton High School Hampton University

FMU: 2-year returning letterwinner.....Appeared in 15 games off the bench last season.....Will be looked to for more contributions this season....Good rebounder....Scored career-high 9 points in season-high 26 minutes vs Clayton State in 2011 NCAA Tournament contest.....Was on an NCAA Tournament Team each of her first two seasons (at FMU and Hampton)....Transfer from Hampton University.…Added immediate collegiate experience to the roster.....Very athletic.....Left-handed.....Versatile player.....Could crack the starting line-up....Member of Delta Sigma Pi professional fraternity....FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic Honor Roll 2012 (spring)......HU: Played in 10 games for a 20-12 Pirates squad that advanced to the NCAA Division I Tournament…

CAREER HIGHS 9 pts at Clayton St. (3-11-11) 5 reb on two occasions 4 asst vs Morris (2-8-12)

PERSONAL: Born Jasmine Monique Williams-Hayes in Shreveport, La.....Graduated from Grafton High School where she played for coaches Chris Harper and John Bayce....4-year standout….As a senior, averaged 21 ppg, 11.3 rpg, 4 apg, and 3 spg….Earned numerous Player of the Year awards….Helped lead Grafton to its first Group AA state tournament berth….As a junior, averaged 16.4 ppg, 6 rpg, and 4 apg and earned second-team AllBay Rivers District honors….Team MVP…Averaged double-digits in scoring as a sophomore and freshman too….Has lived all over the world….Hobbies include listening to music….Nickname is Jazz. PERSONAL FAVORITES: As a child what you wanted to be when you grew up: Successful....Favorite Athlete: LeBron James....Favorite Sports Team: Miami Heat....Favorite Movie: Love & Basketball...Favorite TV Show: The Parkers....Favorite Food: Mom's Shrimp Pasta....Favorite Sport other than your own: Football....Favorite Website: Google....Favorite On-Line Activity: Twitter....Do You Tweet: Yes....What’s in Your CD Player/iPOD: Drake, Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, DC Go-Go, Bmore Club....Favorite Thing About FMU: The gym....Brush With Greatness: Saw AJ from 106 & Park in the airport. I also met Candice Parker. MAJOR: Business Management.

CAREER STATS at Hamptom University (2009-10) and Francis Marion University (2010-12) YEAR

G-GS

MPG

PCT

REB

AVG

PF-D

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2011-12

15-0

9.7

11-31

FGM-FGA

35.5

PCT FTM-FTA 9-17

52.9

24

1.6

16-0

9

14

0

3

31

2.1

2010-11

13-2

7.3

11-25

44.0

4-11

36.4

9

0.7

12-0

4

9

0

2

26

2.0

2009-10

10-0

1.7

0-2

00.0

2-2

100.0

1

0.1

2-0

1

3

1

0

2

0.2

TOTALS

38-2

6-8

22-58

37.9

15-30

50.0

34

0.9

30-0

14

26

1

5

59

1.6

Three-Point Shots: 0-0 in 2011-12 ; 0-1 in 2010-11 ; 0-1 in 2009-10

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2011-12 STATISTICS 2011-12 RECORD: ALL GAMES........... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL 9-17 4-14 5-3

HOME 4-9 1-8 3-1

AWAY 5-7 3-6 2-1

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

|---TOTAL---| |---3-PTS---| |----REBOUNDS----| ## Player GP-GS Min--Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def-Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 Ana Imani 8-2 71 8.9 3-22 .136 1-6 .167 3-3 1.000 2-1-3 0.4 3-0 1 4 1 2 10 1.3 5 Brittany Christian 24-20 713 29.7 97-285 .340 59-178 .331 44-63 .698 12-28-40 1.7 53-0 38 65 1 14 297 12.4 10 Emilee Dunton 25-8 574 23.0 47-139 .338 36-104 .346 29-37 .784 7-30-37 1.5 40-1 41 44 0 19 159 6.4 11 Hattie Harris 24-7 227 9.5 16-68 .235 3-14 .214 12-17 .706 19-22-41 1.7 30-0 13 30 4 12 47 2.0 14 Kristen Dickerson 21-7 407 19.4 56-139 .403 2-13 .154 14-20 .700 20-27-47 2.2 27-0 41 38 3 22 128 6.1 20 Chelsey Johnson 25-15 513 20.5 51-144 .354 0-2 .000 23-36 .639 14-36-50 2.0 51-1 14 47 5 41 125 5.0 22 Carmella Thompson 23-17 683 29.7 53-174 .305 14-55 .255 43-80 .538 43-146-189 8.2 68-4 116 100 8 61 163 7.1 23 Daphne Walker 19-3 287 15.1 40-96 .417 0-1 .000 23-49 .469 25-40-65 3.4 36-1 12 37 4 21 103 5.4 24 Simone Trice 26-14 551 21.2 67-178 .376 6-33 .182 35-55 .636 71-79-150 5.8 59-1 26 60 6 30 175 6.7 33 Danielle Gibson 23-12 405 17.6 35-79 .443 0-2 .000 22-36 .611 35-30-65 2.8 32-0 14 38 4 16 92 4.0 34 Jas. Williams-Hayes 15-0 145 9.7 11-31 .355 0-0 .000 9-17 .529 14-10-24 1.6 16-0 9 14 0 3 31 2.1 42 T.T. Belcher 26-25 648 24.9 79-165 .479 0-0 .000 64-104 .615 98-135-233 9.0 86-6 20 60 18 36 222 8.5 Team 59-60-119 13 FMU TOTALS 26 5224 555-1520 .365 121-408 .297 321-517 .621 419-644-1063 40.9 501-14 345 550 54 277 1552 59.7 OPPONENTS 26 5224 547-1410 .388 131-419 .313 375-573 .654 310-647-957 36.8 452-5 353 520 97 262 1600 61.5 SCORE BY PERIODS: Francis Marion University..... Opponents.....................

DATE 11-18-11 11-19-11 11-22-11 11-23-11 11-30-11 12-3-11 12-17-11 12-19-11 12-30-11 1-4-12 1-7-12 1-9-12 1-11-12 1-16-12 1-20-12 1-22-12 1-28-12 1-29-12 2-2-12 2-4-12 2-8-12 2-11-12 2-15-12 2-18-12 2-20-12 2-22-12

1st 705 800

2nd 834 794

OT Total 13 - 1552 6 - 1600

OPPONENT # vs Lenoir-Rhyne University # at Mars Hill College at St. Andrews University VOORHEES COLLEGE LANDER UNIVERSITY * AUGUSTA STATE UNIV. * at Armstrong Atlantic State * OT at Coker College SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE USC AIKEN * CLAYTON STATE UNIV. * UNIV. OF MONTEVALLO * at Flagler College * at North Georgia Coll. & St. Univ. * GEORGIA COLLEGE * COLL. OF COASTAL GEORGIA at Georgia Southwestern St. U. * at Columbus State University * UNC PEMBROKE * at Lander University * MORRIS COLLEGE at Augusta State University * at UNC Pembroke * FLAGLER COLLEGE * ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. U. * at USC Aiken *

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

SCORE 59-67 58-77 84-44 59-57 51-54 42-49 77-70 58-53 60-54 47-59 56-68 57-67 54-31 55-75 50-58 65-67 60-64 59-72 56-59 62-96 85-55 59-51 52-62 58-63 66-63 63-65

* Peach Belt Conference game # Biltmore Farms/Mars Hill Classic in Mars Hill, NC

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ATTEND 175 310 58 157 703 227 146 88 167 107 100 287 76 698 579 200 474 303 714 1375 317 -428 1109 267 986

HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS 16 Christian 14 Belcher 12 Belcher,Thompson 11 Thompson 26 Dunton 12 Thompson 16 Dunton 10 Trice 12 Belcher 12 Belcher 8 Thompson, Christian 13 Belcher 17 Christian, Dunton 13 Thompson 14 Walker 11 Thompson 11 Thompson,Gibson 11 Thompson 8 Johnson 7 Belcher 11 Walker 8 Belcher 11 Dickerson 16 Belcher 11 Dickerson 8 Trice, Belcher 15 Trice 10 Belcher 17 Christian 8 Belcher 16 Belcher 10 Belcher 19 Christian 11 Thompson 29 Christian 5 Belcher 17 Christian 12 Belcher 16 Dickerson 16 Belcher 27 Christian 16 Trice 16 Trice 9 Belcher 12 Trice 11 Thompson 22 Christian 9 Belcher 14 Christian 11 Thompson 15 Dickerson 9 Belcher


1973-2011 ROSTER Courtenay Etheredge (2002-06)

A Ashley Abed (2007-08) Chiffonia Adderson (1996-2000) Annette Alston (1982-86) Jeannette Alston (1982-86) Leigh Ammons (1998-2002) Jackie Ansley (1980-81) Lynn Avant (1974-75) Michelle Avignone (1981-82)

B Rnesha Baldwin (2001-03) Lisa Barnhill (1982-83) Jacque Barton (1982-83) Nancy Baxley (1975-76) Kari Beeson (1983-87) T.T. Belcher (2010-12) YaRiah Bell(2007-08) Maria Belotti (1994-95) Cassandra Bishop (1980-82) Tonya Boatwright (1988-90) Harriett Bonnoitt (1981-82) Kim Booker (1984-85) Kendra Bothof (2010-11) Vaughn Bowen (2002-04) Tiahana Bowens (2009-10) Jennifer Brabson (1996-2000) Sharon Brailey (1982-83) Marcy Brown (1986-90) Terra Bukovec (1995-96) Mazie Bullard (1973-74) Damita Bullock (1997-98) Elaine Burns (1989-93)

C Brenda Cain (1985-89) Tammy Campbell (1986-90) Gwen Canty (1981-85) Brittany Christian (2010-12) Robin Colbert (2008-11) Dawn Coleman (2009-10) Kisha Conway (1994-96) Erin Cook (2006-07) Maria Costas (1973-77) Alice Creed (1983-87) Cindy Crenshaw (1975-76, 77-78)

D Dana Dawson (1995-97) Jennifer Dewell (2003-05) Kristen Dickerson (2009-12) Yasmean Dixon (2006-08) Daphne Donnelly (1979-83) Velvet Dotson (2003-04) Shonelle Downer (2004-08) Danelle Downs (2008-11) Phyllis Dozier (1976-77) Emilee Dunton (2011-12) Megan Duran (1996-2000) Jennifer Dyer (2007-09)

E

F Eboni Fields (2008-10) LaRue Fields (1973-76) Rosita Fields (1977-78) Kathy Flaten (1983-87) Janet Floyd (1978-81) Debra Folks (1983-84) Shana Franks (2008-10) Katie Fregetto (1993-97) Audra Frizzell (2000-01)

G Veda Gardner (1992-93) Doretha Garland (1983-85) Michelle Ghere (2001-05) Danielle Gibson (2011-12) Karen Gibson (1984-85) Anne Gioscia (2000-02) Vanessa Goff (2004-08) Debra Goodman (1983-84) Sherer Gordon (1991-95) Classie Graham (1982-83) Jennifer Grande (1993-94) Rita Grayson (2007-08) Sarah Green (1989-94) Renee Guilliams (2004-08)

H Freda Hamilton (1994-97) Dorothy “Dot” Hanna (1987-89) Glenda Harris (1980-81) Hattie Harris (2011-12) Rena Harville (1978-79) Berenice Hatchett (1992-94) Brandy Hensley (2000-02) Jennifer Howard (2001-05) Tenisha Howze (2008-09) Diane Hubbard (1973-75) Anne Hutchens (2000-01) Melinda Hydrick (1977-78)

I Ana Imani (2009-12) Tosha Ings (1994-97)

J Clara Jackson (1977-81) Mary Jackson (1988-92) Peg Jeffers (1973-74, 75-76) Michelle Jennings (1983-84) Nikki Jerome (2002-04) Chelsey Johnson (2011-12) Jontell Johnson (1999-2003) Angie Jones (1979-81) Annie Jones (1987-89) Hannah Jones (2010-11) Kim Jones (1975-76)

K Katherine Kiefer (2005-09) Anna Kolbinsky (1997-2001)

L Rebecca LaGrant (1981-83) Tasha Laster (2001-05) Karen Leatherman (1979-80) Leatha Lee (1976-77) Nancy Lewis (1989-91) Cherita Linton (1985-89) Marta Losonczy (2002-04)

M Shavone Mack (2004-08) Terri Maksim (1979-80) Monica Mann (2009-11) Rhonda Manning (1989-90) Kirby Marsh (2005-08) Traci Matthews (1992-93, 94-97) Jennifer McDaniel (1999-2001) Jackie McDuffie (1980-82) Tracy McIntosh (1997-2001) Jessica McKnight (1991-92) Melanie McLeod (1980-84) Kenna McNeeley (1992-94) Courtney Mealing (2009-11) Nicole Mealing (2009-10) Lynette Mickle (1978-80, 81-83) Sienna Gandy-Miller (2004-07) Karyn Montague (1986-90) Cherry Montgomery (1976-79) Becky Moody (1973-76) Gail Moody (1974-78) Charlene Moore (1979-80) Danielle Moore (2002-06) Kim Moore (1987-90) Pearl Moore (1975-79) Leslie Morgan (1989-92) Shaquana Morgan (2007-09) Maria Murdock (1983-87)

N Sherry Nelson (1978-79) Carol Nilsen (1979-80) Rose Marie Norton (1974-75)

P Rachel Pack (1998-2000) Tracy Parmley (1988-90) Pam Pickney (1986-88) Amy Pietrzak (1993-95) Miriam Pittman (1981-83) Dominique Powell (2008-09) Shaketa Preal (2005-07) Cindy Pryor (1976-77) Jennifer Puckett (1995-98)

Q Chelsea Quinlin (2006-07)

R Kevina Ranson (2007-09) Renata Raymond (2002-03) Fenissa Rice (1989-93) Dale Robinson (1978-80) Karen Rogers (1976-77)

Kendra Rowland (1998-2002) Evelyn Ruff (2007-09)

S Constance Satchell (1989-91) Dee Dee Scott (1988-89) Staci Scott (1992-93) Jackie Scovel (1977-79) Daisy Sellers (1992-95) Sadie Sellers (1976-77) Hope Severance (1990-94) Mary Sharp (1993-94) Amanda Sheheen (1985-89) Holly Sineath (1991-92) Creshenda Singletary (2004-09) Shannon Singleton-Bates (2007-11) Kim Slawson (1982-86) Joleen Sloper (1993-97) Penny Smith (1976-77) Lakesha Starks (1995-96) Dawn Stevens (1993-94) Shelly Stewart (1987-88) Amber Stuckey (1988-89) Crystal Sweat (1993-96)

T June Talbert (1976-78) Kristie Tecson (1997-2001) Christy Thomas (1998-2002) Pat Thomas (1974-76) Patricia Thomas (1975-76) Carmella Thompson (2011-12) Sebrina Tillman (1989-92) Tracey Tillman (1984-88) Joanna Tincher (2000-04) Jane Toczylowski (1999-2000) Erin Torpey (2002-03) Simone Trice (2009-12) Precious Tucker (2009-10) Chenoa Turner (1987-88) Lynn Turner (1973-75) Wanda Turner (1978-79)

W Lisa Waldrop (1983-87) Daphne Walker (2011-12) Susan Wall (1973-74) Kay Ward (1973-74) Lisa Wesley (1974-76) Keahna Wheatland (2008-09) Shayla Whitaker (1995-96) Judy White (1980-81) Jasmine Williams-Hayes (2010-12) Martha Williamson (1976-81) Deborah Wilson (1976-80) Tiffany Wilson (2009-10) Nikki Wolfe (1996-2000) Christy Wright (1997-2001) Nicki Wright (1992-93)

Y Brittany Young (2004-08) Malynda Young (1977-79)

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SQUADS 1981-82 AIAW DIVISION II

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FMU HALL OF FAME CAGER PEARL MOORE (1975-79) Pearl Moore, women’s basketball’s all-time scoring leader, is a 1979 Francis Marion University graduate. Moore, a native of Florence and a graduate of Wilson High School, played for the Patriots between 1975 and 1979, and the four-time All-American scored 4,061 career points. Moore started her collegiate career at Anderson Junior College in the fall of 1975. After one semester at Anderson (eight games and 177 points), she transferred to Francis Marion. Fortunately, the Patriots did not open their cage season until after the first of the year, and thus Moore played the entire 1975-76 Francis Marion schedule. At that time under Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) rules, a player could transfer and be eligible immediately. The 5-7 guard-forward went on to score 3,884 points in a Patriot uniform. Her career point total includes the points scored at Anderson, because at that time in women’s basketball, two- and four-year schools regularly competed against each other and all results counted. During her junior year, she scored a then single-game record 60 points in a 114-71 victory over Eastern Washington State College in the 1978 AIAW Small College National Tournament (see lower left photo). In her final collegiate game, March 10, 1979, an AIAW Small College Regional Tournament consolation game against the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, she tallied 42 points to break the previous all-time record of 4,045 set by Travis Grant of Kentucky State University. Moore averaged 30.6 points per game over her four seasons (127 games) at Francis Marion, and helped lead head coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell’s program to an 85-42 record and three national tournament appearances. She scored below 20 points only 18 times in her Francis Marion career, and reached the 50-point mark on three occasions. She scored 1,109 points in her junior year alone. In addition to her point total, recorded in an era that did not have the three-point field goal, Moore grabbed 1,270 rebounds and shot 45.9 percent from the field and a then school-record 70.0 percent from the free-throw line. Since that time, two male players (John Pierce and Philip Hutcheson, both of David Lipscomb University) have surpassed her total, but she still stands as the only female player to reach 4,000 career points. Miriam Walker-Samuels of Claflin College (SC) is second on the women’s scoring list with 3,855 points. Following her career at Francis Marion, Pearl went on to play two seasons in the Women’s Pro Basketball League (1979-80 with the New York Stars and 1980-81 with the St. Louis Streak), earning All-Star status in 1981, and one season in Venezuela. Moore was one of the first inductees into the FMU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992. In 1994, she was nominated by the university for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, and her name remains in the nomination process. During the summer of 1996, several items from Pearl’s playing days were sent to the Naismith Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., for inclusion in the Women’s Basketball Exhibit Area. In 2000, she was inducted into the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame, and in 2008 became a member of the Florence Area Athletic Hall of Fame. In 2011, she was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn.

College Basketball’s Career Scoring List (11-12) John Pierce (David Lipscomb Univ. TN) 1990-94 4,230 Philip Hutcheson (David Lipscomb Univ. TN) 1986-90 4,106 Pearl Moore (Francis Marion College SC) 1975-79 4,061 Travis Grant (Kentucky State University) 1969-72 4,045 Miriam Walker-Samuels (Claflin College SC) 1987-90 3,855 Deb Remmerde (Northwestern IA) 2004-08 3,854 Bob Hopkins (Grambling State University) 1953-56 3,759 Archie Talley (Salem College WV) 1973-76 3,720 Steve Platt (Huntington College IN) 1971-74 3,700 Pete Maravich (Louisiana State University) 1967-70 3,667 Joe Miller (Alderson-Broaddus College WV) 1954-57 3,667 11. Lynette Woodard (University of Kansas) 1978-81 3,649

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FYI The 2007-08 FMU women’s basketball team accompanied Pearl Moore to the Florence Area Athletic Hall of Fame 2008 induction ceremony.

Pearl Moore standing in front of her exhibit at the 2011 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Knoxville, Tenn. 22


SERIES RECORDS Alderson-Broaddus College (WV) Alabama-Huntsville, University of Allen University (SC) Anderson College (SC) Appalachian State University (NC) The Apprentice School (VA) Arkansas Tech University Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. (GA) Augusta State University (GA) Baptist College (SC) Barton College (NC) * Belmont Abbey College (NC) Benedict College (SC) Bentley College (MA) Berry College (GA) Biola University (CA) Bluefield College (VA) Bowie State University (MD) Brewton-Parker College (GA) Bridgewater College (VA) Cameron University (OK) Campbell University (NC) Campbellsville College (KY) Carson-Newman College (TN) Catawba College (NC) Central State University (OK) Central Wesleyan College (SC) Chowan University (NC) Claflin College (SC) Clayton College & State Univ. (GA) Clemson University (SC) Coastal Carolina University (SC) Coastal Georgia, College of Coker College (SC) College of Charleston (SC) Colorado College Columbia College (SC) Columbus State University (GA) Converse College (SC) Davidson College (NC) Dayton, University of (OH) Dominican College (NY) East Carolina University (NC)

1-0 0-1 2-0 13-6 3-0 1-0 2-0 23-15 26-17 12-0 5-0 3-0 21-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 8-0 1-1 1-4 3-3 1-0 9-2 1-0 15-9 12-16 1-9 24-2 0-1 32-3 24-27 1-0 13-0 20-23 13-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-4

Eastern Washington State College Eckerd College (FL) Elon College (NC) Emporia State University (KS) Erskine College (SC) Fayetteville State University (NC) Flagler College (FL) Florida Tech Fort Valley State University (GA) Furman University (SC) Gardner-Webb University (NC) Georgia College & State University Georgia Southern College Georgia Southwestern State University Grand Valley State University (MI) Grand View College (IA) High Point College (NC) Johnson C. Smith University (NC) Kennesaw State University (GA) Kentucky State University King College (TN) Lander University (SC) Lenoir-Rhyne College (NC) Lees-McRae College (NC) Liberty University (VA) Limestone College (SC) Lincoln Memorial University (TN) Livingstone College (NC) Longwood College (VA) Mars Hill College (NC) Mercy College (NY) Methodist College (NC) Midland Lutheran College (NE) Milligan College (TN) Montevallo, Univ. of (AL) Morgan State University (MD) Morris College (SC) Mount Olive College (NC) Newberry College (SC) North Alabama, Univ. of North Carolina Central University North Carolina State University North Carolina Wesleyan College

FMU MILESTONE WINS NO. #1 #50 #100 #200 #300 #400 #500 #600 #700

SCORE 53-44 95-68 113-79 83-76 94-40 68-59 86-85 86-56 119-49

OPPONENT (DATE) at Sand Hills Community College (1-4-74) # Princeton University (3-25-76) vs Columbia College (2-1-79) @ College of Charleston (2-12-83) at Mount Olive College (11-15-86) vs Central Wesleyan College (1-17-91) at Fayetteville State University (11-19-97) vs Augusta State University (2-24-01) vs Morris College (11-25-08)

# AIAW Small College National Tournament in Ashland, OH @ Winthrop College Invitational Tournament in Rock Hill, SC

The Patriot women’s basketball team has: ... played contests in 16 states (AR,CA,CO,FL,GA,IA,KY,MO,NC,OH,OK,PA,SC,TN,TX,VA) ... participated in 16 national tournaments ... once scored 100+ points in consecutive games played on the same day (3-5-76) 23

1-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 22-1 15-5 5-1 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-1 20-16 1-1 9-1 1-0 1-0 5-3 1-1 6-11 0-1 1-0 51-26 4-2 1-2 2-0 17-3 0-1 3-0 3-2 2-3 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-1 1-0 10-1 4-0 22-3 1-0 6-2 1-1 1-0

North Florida, University of 7-4 North Georgia College & State Univ. 7-7 North Greenville JUCO (SC) 2-1 Northern Kentucky University 1-0 Northern State University (SD) 0-1 Oklahoma Panhandle State University 1-0 Peace JUCO 1-0 Pfeiffer University (NC) 2-2 Phillips University (OK) 0-1 Portland, University of (OR) 0-1 Presbyterian College (SC) 13-3 Princeton University (NJ) 1-0 Queens University of Charlotte (NC) 1-0 Rollins College (FL) 0-1 St. Ambrose College (IA) 1-0 St. Andrews Presbyterian Coll. (NC) 10-1 St. Augustine’s College (NC) 6-0 Saint Leo College (FL) 1-0 Saint Paul’s College (VA) 1-0 Sand Hills Community College (NC) 1-0 Scranton, Univ. of (PA) 0-1 Selma University (AL) 1-0 Shaw University (NC) 0-1 Shorter College (GA) 0-1 South Carolina, University of 6-11 South Carolina State College 2-16 Southeastern Louisiana University 0-2 Southwest Baptist University (MO) 1-0 Tampa, University of (FL) 1-0 Tarkio College (MO) 0-1 Tenn-Chattanooga, University of 2-1 Tennessee Wesleyan College 1-0 Texas Wesleyan College 1-0 Tusculum College (TN) 1-2 Union University (TN) 1-1 UNC Asheville 1-0 UNC Charlotte 1-1 UNC Pembroke** 39-20 UNC Wilmington 2-0 USC Aiken 45-24 USC-Lancaster 1-0 USC Upstate *** 37-19 Ursinus College (PA) 1-0 Virginia Commonwealth University 1-0 Virginia Intermont College 1-0 Voorhees College (SC) 18-0 Washburn University (KS) 0-1 Wayland Baptist University (TX) 1-0 Western Carolina University (NC) 1-0 William & Mary, The College of 2-0 William Penn College (IA) 1-0 Wingate University (NC) 6-8 Winston-Salem State University (NC) 0-1 Winthrop College (SC) 11-3 Wofford College (SC) 4-2 11-5-12 * Formerly known as Atlantic Christian College ** Formerly known as Pembroke State Univ. *** Formerly USC Spartanburg

All-Time FMU Team Record 39 seasons 777 wins 381 losses

.671 winning percentage

Two National Championships


FMU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1973-74 16-4 Head Coach Gayle Baker Jan.4 at Sand Hills C.C. Jan.12 * Lander Jan.16 at Voorhees Jan.19 * Baptist College Jan.21 at Baptist College Jan.23 at Lander Jan.28 at Coker Feb.1 at East Carolina Feb.2 at Campbell Feb.5 at St. Andrews Feb.7 at Winthrop Feb.9 * UNC-Wilmington Feb.11 at Benedict Feb.12 at Furman University Feb.16 * Anderson JUCO Feb.19 at Pembroke State Feb.20 # Coker Feb.22 & Anderson JUCO Feb.22 & Coll.of Charleston Feb.23 & Claflin

W W W W W W L L W W L W W W W W W L W W

53-44 56-32 51-44 57-42 51-50 52-30 46-47 50-63 55-43 72-27 41-42 63-19 45-42 54-43 48-44 84-39 58-25 34-49 57-43 56-37

& at the SCAIAW Tournament * Home game at West Florence High Sch. # Home game at Mullins High School 1974-75 11-11 Head Coach Sherril York Dec.5 Anderson JUCO Dec.6 Lander Dec.7 South Carolina Jan.10 South Carolina ^ Jan.11 Catawba ^ Jan.11 Anderson JUCO ^ Jan.14 at South Carolina Jan.20 Claflin Jan.22 South Carolina Jan.24 at Claflin Jan.27 Coastal Carolina Jan.30 Voorhees Feb.4 Coker Feb.5 S.C. State Feb.7 at Lander Feb.8 at Anderson JUCO Feb.13 at Coker Feb.17 at Coll.of Charleston Feb.19 at S.C. State Feb.24 at Coastal Carolina Feb.27 $ Lander Feb.28 $ Coll. of Charleston

L W L L W L L W L W W W W L W W W L L W L L

64-88 63-62 54-86 50-61 65-54 65-72 51-75 64-43 63-70 72-58 82-53 66-62 75-50 48-57 72-65 70-64 72-30 62-70 58-70 65-43 54-57 71-75

^ FMC Invitational Tourn. in Florence $ SCAIAW Tourn. in Greenwood, S.C. 1975-76 23-9 (#6 AIAW II) Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Jan.14 Voorhees W Jan.16 at Coastal Carolina W Jan.19 S.C. State W Jan.23 No. Greenville JC * W Jan.23 Clemson * L Jan.24 Campbell * W Jan.24 Coll.of Charleston* W Jan.24 Anderson JUCO * W Jan.28 at South Carolina W Jan.30 Coastal Carolina W Feb.2 Coker W Feb.6 at S.C. State L Feb.10 Winthrop W Feb.12 at Voorhees W Feb.14 Lander W Feb.16 at Coker W Feb.17 South Carolina W Feb.23 at Coll.of Charleston L Feb.27 at Lander W Feb.28 at Anderson JUCO L Mar.4 = South Carolina L Mar.5 = USC-Lancaster W Mar.5 = Furman W Mar.6 = Winthrop L Mar.11 # UT-Chattanooga W Mar.12 # High Point W Mar.13 # Union L Mar.23 @Grand View W Mar.24 @Phillips University L Mar.24 @Biola W Mar.25 @Princeton W Mar.25 @SE Louisiana L

88-62 82-54 65-62 68-67 62-76 75-64 101-93 76-62 78-77 89-33 ??-?? 63-71 65-51 77-74 79-54 87-64 91-74 80-94 84-50 59-72 65-79 105-59 103-64 63-72 74-62 81-80 71-90 69-68 64-71 76-63 95-68 70-81

* FMC Invitational Tourn. in Florence = SCAIAW Tournament in Anderson, S.C. # AIAW Div. II Regional Tournament @ AIAW Small College National Tournament in Ashland, Ohio 1976-77 21-11 (#7 AIAW II) Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Dec.8 Coastal Carolina W Jan.12 at South Carolina W Jan.13 at Voorhees W Jan.15 N. Greenville JC W Jan.17 at S.C. State L Jan.28 Lander W Jan.29 Peace JUCO W Jan.31 S.C. State L Feb.2 Coll.of Charleston L Feb.3 at Clemson L

104-62 74-58 86-56 78-57 53-65 67-42 81-70 72-76 69-72 70-83

Feb.4 at Feb.5 Feb.7 at Feb.9 at Feb.12 Feb.19 Feb.21 Feb.23 at Feb.25 at Feb.26 at Feb.28 at Mar.3 @ Mar.4 @ Mar.4 @ Mar.5 @ Mar.10 # Mar.11 # Mar.12 # Mar.22 & Mar.23 & Mar.24 & Mar.25 &

N. Greenville JC Columbia College Coastal Carolina Winthrop Voorhees Clemson South Carolina Coll.of Charleston Lander Anderson JUCO Columbia College Voorhees South Carolina Coll.of Charleston Claflin Northern Kentucky Union High Point Ursinus College Biola Dayton Tarkio

L W W L W W W L W W W W W L W W W L W L W L

65-82 73-61 92-46 57-62 95-64 83-82 92-85 73-92 73-50 70-62 87-55 87-46 68-61 75-84 W-L 85-59 79-74 66-72 77-66 64-69 75-53 49-59

+ AIAW Small College Regional Tournament in Louisville, Ky.

1979-80 20-8 (#18 AIAW II) Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell Dec.3 USC-Aiken W 85-78 Dec.5 Claflin W 82-81 Dec.8 Benedict W 97-62 Dec.10 Winthrop W 96-56 Jan.11 = Coker W 88-43 Jan.12 = Pembroke State W 93-53 Jan.14 at Winthrop W 74-72 Jan.16 at Coll.of Charleston L 74-78 Jan.19 Newberry W 97-45 Jan.21 at Benedict W 71-53 Jan.23 USC-Spartanburg W 75-73 Jan.26 Lander L 66-70 Jan.28 at Columbia College W 94-56 Jan.31 * Baptist College W 94-47 Feb.1 * Coll.of Charleston W 81-75 Feb.2 * S. C. State L 66-80 Feb.4 at Clemson L 70-71 Feb.7 ^ Appalachian State W 94-60 W 75-61 @ SCAIAW Tournament in Charleston,S.C. Feb.8 ^ Winthrop # AIAW Small College Regional Feb.9 ^ Coll.of Charleston L 67-70 Tournament in Florence, S.C. Feb.11 at Claflin L 79-86 & AIAW Small College National Feb.13 at USC-Aiken W 99-79 Tournament in Pomona, Calif. Feb.14 Coll.of Charleston W 66-60 Feb.15 at Coastal Carolina W 78-53 1977-78 22-11 (#7 AIAW II) Feb.18 S. C. State L 67-95 Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Feb.20 Coastal Carolina W 78-53 Dec.3 at Coll.of Charleston W 89-87 Feb.23 at USC-Spartanburg W 78-45 Dec.5 Benedict W 84-74 Feb.27 @ USC-Aiken L 67-68 Dec.7 at Voorhees W 87-65 Jan.11 at Benedict W 74-54 = Pee Dee Classic in Florence, S.C. Jan.14 Anderson JUCO W 76-71 * Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence, S.C. ^ Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C. Jan.16 Clemson L 71-73 @ SCAIAW Tournament in Florence, S.C. Jan.18 at Columbia W 88-60 Jan.19 * Georgia Southern W 84-69 1980-81 27-5 (#12 AIAW II) Jan.20 * Coll.of Charleston W 92-79 Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell Jan.21 * Coll.of Charleston W 75-67 Dec.3 Coastal Carolina W 83-40 Jan.23 Winthrop W 74-72 Dec.4 at USC-Aiken W 80-77 Jan.27 Lander W 63-41 Dec.6 Claflin W 83-74 Jan.28 at South Carolina L 57-64 Dec.10 Benedict W 64-53 Feb.1 at Pembroke State W 84-44 Jan.8 at Coastal Carolina W 71-50 Feb.4 Columbia College W 89-50 Jan.10 at Newberry W 89-39 Feb.6 S. C. State L 78-81 W 72-50 Feb.8 Coastal Carolina W 102-44 Jan.13 at Benedict Jan.14 Baptist College W 98-44 Feb.11 at Erskine W 71-60 Jan.16 = Coker W 97-58 Feb.13 South Carolina L 73-75 Jan.17 = N. C. Wesleyan W 103-54 Feb.18 Clemson L 72-78 Jan.19 Coll.of Charleston W 74-70 Feb.23 @ USC-Aiken W 76-67 Jan.21 at USC-Spartanburg W 82-59 Feb.24 @ South Carolina L 64-68 Jan.24 at Coll.of Charleston L 62-66 Feb.24 @ Clemson L 75-80 W 69-63 Feb.25 USC-Spartanburg W 100-54 Jan.26 at Baptist College Jan.29 * High Point W 71-68 Mar.3 @ Winthrop W 85-64 Jan.30 * Campbell W 80-78 Mar.4 @ S. C. State L 78-80 Jan.31 * Lenior-Rhyne W 77-59 Mar.9 % Kentucky State L 77-78 W 65-62 Mar.10 % Bridgewater W 104-53 Feb.3 at Winthrop W 62-61 Mar.11 % Mars Hill W 100-68 Feb.5 ^ Pembroke State W 73-62 Mar.21 $ SE Louisiana L 90-111 Feb.6 ^ Western Carolina Mar.22 $ E. Washington St. W 114-71 Feb.7 ^ Coll.of Charleston W 66-56 Feb.10 at S. C. State W 80-67 Mar.23 $ Midland Lutheran W 95-80 Feb.12 USC-Aiken W 93-76 Mar.24 $ Shorter L 80-83 Feb.17 Winthrop W 79-58 * Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence, S.C. Feb.18 at Clemson L 63-77 @ SCAIAW Tournament in Aiken, S.C. Feb.21 USC-Spartanburg W 85-47 % AIAW Small College Regional Feb.25 & Coastal Carolina W 90-50 Tournament in Bridgewater, Va. Feb.27 @ Claflin W 83-59 $ AIAW Small College National Feb.28 @ S. C. State L 68-73 Tournament in Florence, S.C. Mar.12 % Va. Commonwealth W 85-57 Mar.13 % Coll.of Charleston L 65-70 1978-79 19-11 (#15 AIAW II) Mar.14 % S. C. State L 63-78 Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Dec.2 Benedict W 90-68 = Pee Dee Classic in Florence, S.C. Dec.4 at Newberry W 80-67 * Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence, S.C. Dec.6 Voorhees W 93-64 ^ Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C. Dec.9 at Clemson L 64-118 & SCAIAW Tournament in Florence, S.C. @ SCAIAW Tourn. in Orangeburg, S.C. Jan.11 at Benedict W 74-42 % AIAW Small College Regional Jan.17 at South Carolina L 58-69 Tournament in Hickory, N.C. Jan.19 at Coll.of Charleston L 64-66 Jan.22 at Coastal Carolina W 112-59 1981-82 27-7 Jan.25 * S. C. State L 70-96 Jan.26 * UT Chattanooga L 83-94 Jan.31 Pembroke State W 82-65 Feb.1 Columbia College W 113-79 Feb.3 Campbell W 80-72 Feb.5 South Carolina L 62-69 Feb.7 at S. C. State L 79-95 Feb.8 ^ Appalachian State W 97-84 Feb.9 ^ East Carolina L 97-99 AIAW II National Champions Feb.10 ^ Anderson JUCO W 90-67 Feb.14 USC-Aiken W 106-97 Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell L 70-103 Feb.15 at Columbia College W 108-68 Nov.28 at N.C. State Dec.2 USC Aiken W 97-84 Feb.17 Coll.of Charleston L 60-64 Dec.5 Pembroke State W 88-56 Feb.21 at Voorhees W 72-49 Dec.9 Benedict W 106-54 Feb.23 at Erskine W 68-67 Jan.8 at Claflin L 57-68 Feb.24 at Lander W 92-48 Jan.16 at Clemson @ L 79-92 Feb.28 # Claflin W 87-57 Jan.17 @ Lander W 86-55 Mar.2 @ Coll.of Charleston W 82-65 Jan.18 at Winthrop W 84-76 Mar.3 @ S. C. State L 66-85 Jan.20 at Benedict W 94-60 Mar.8 + William & Mary W 75-69 Jan.23 Coll.of Charleston L 79-85 Mar.9 + High Point L 71-82 Jan.26 at Coastal Carolina W 96-66 Mar.10 + UT Chattanooga W 81-75 UNC Wilmington* W 98-69 * Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence, S.C. Jan.29 Jan.30 Lenoir Rhyne* W 84-62 ^ Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C. Feb.2 Winthrop W 89-61 # SCAIAW Tournament in Florence, S.C. @ SCAIAW Tourn. in Spartanburg, S.C. Feb.4 Coastal Carolina W 106-67

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Feb.6 at Coll.of Charleston Feb.8 at USC-Aiken Feb.10 Newberry Feb.12 # Campbell Feb.13 # Coll.of Charleston Feb.17 S.C. State Feb.20 USC Spartanburg Feb.22 at Coker Feb.25 at Baptist College Mar.3 Baptist College & Mar.5 Coll.of Charleston ^ Mar.6 Claflin ^ Mar.11 $ Campbellsville Mar.12 $ Campbell Mar.13 at Coll.of Charleston $ Mar.19 % Colorado College Mar.20 % Central State Univ. Mar.26 + William Penn Coll. Mar.27 at Coll.of Charleston +

L W W W W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W

82-93 82-65 100-50 92-65 83-82 82-84 92-66 101-54 97-70 107-56 97-70 93-77 106-80 98-79 80-81 91-54 91-87 84-70 92-83

@ Clemson Invitational in Clemson, S.C. *Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence # Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C. & SCAIAW Tournament game ^ SCAIAW Tournament in Newberry, S.C. $ AIAW Division II Regional Tournament in Charleston, S.C. % AIAW Div.II National Tourn. (1st/2nd rds) in Edmond, Okla. + AIAW Division II Final Four in Charleston,S.C. 1982-83 23-7 Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell Nov.30 USC-Aiken W 89-63 Dec.2 at Pembroke State L 74-76 Dec.8 Coll.of Charleston L 70-71 Dec.18 at N. C. State W 85-81 Jan.13 at Limestone W 68-53 Jan.15 at Coll.of Charleston L 70-78 Jan.18 Claflin W 77-61 Jan.22 Lander W 98-74 Jan.25 at Coastal Carolina W 87-76 Jan.27 * William & Mary W 99-82 Jan.28 * Campbell W 87-68 Jan.29 * Morgan State W 99-82 Feb.1 Limestone L 81-82 Feb.3 Coastal Carolina W 81-60 Feb.5 at USC-Aiken W 92-59 Feb.7 at South Carolina L 89-95 Feb.10 ^ Lenoir-Rhyne W 115-63 Feb.11 ^ UNC-Charlotte W 86-52 Feb.12 ^ Coll.of Charleston W 83-76 Feb.17 at S. C. State L 79-85 Feb.19 at USC-Spartanburg W 75-70 Feb.22 at Benedict W 93-84 Feb.23 Baptist College W 79-49 Feb.25 Columbia College W 103-42 Feb.26 USC-Spartanburg W 91-67 Mar.2 % USC-Spartanburg W 68-58 Mar.4 @ Claflin W 82-79 Mar.5 @ Coll.of Charleston W 79-77 Mar.8 $ Pembroke State W 86-78 Mar.9 $ Campbellsville L 103-105

^ in Rock Hill, S.C. % NAIA District Six Tournament game in Florence, S.C. @ NAIA District Six Tournament in Orangeburg, S.C. $ NAIA Bi-District XI playoff game in Florence, S.C. = NAIA Nat’l Tourn. in Cedar Rapids,Iowa 1984-85 26-4 (#8 NAIA) Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell Nov.20 at Newberry W 87-44 Nov.27 Columbia College W 93-59 Nov.28 Morris W 118-32 Dec.3 at Pembroke State W 81-78 Dec.5 at Baptist College W 82-74 Dec.7 Voorhees W 87-39 Dec.8 High Point W 110-75 Jan.8 at USC-Aiken W 99-41 Jan.11 at Erskine W 79-55 Jan.12 at Lander W 94-68 Jan.14 Coker W 110-39 Jan.19 USC-Spartanburg L 86-90 Jan.21 at Coastal Carolina W 101-70 Jan.24 Longwood W 83-62 Jan.25 Georgia Southern W 115-75 Jan.26 Fayetteville State L 67-69 Jan.29 at Morris W 112-91 Jan.31 Coastal Carolina W 106-60 Feb.2 Baptist College W 101-46 Feb.8 ^ UNC-Asheville W 87-65 Feb.9 ^ Coll.of Charleston L 71-74 Feb.13 Claflin W 85-82 Feb.15 Erskine W 92-49 Feb.20 Coll.of Charleston W 91-66 Feb.22 at Benedict W 118-68 Feb.23 Presbyterian W 80-61 Feb.26 Limestone % W 97-68 Mar.1 @ Coll. of Charleston W 88-68 Mar.2 @ Claflin L 66-75 ^ Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C. % NAIA District Six Tournament game @ NAIA Dist. Six Tourn. in Orangeburg,SC 1985-86

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NAIA National Champions Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell Nov.19 Morris W 123-30 Nov.22 Methodist College W 115-38 Nov.23 Pembroke State W 88-68 Nov.26 at Wofford * W 110-63 Nov.30 at East Carolina Univ. L 65-75 Dec.2 Newberry * W 109-53 Dec.4 Columbia College* W 101-43 Dec.5 at Belmont Abbey W 99-73 Jan.8 Coll.of Charleston W 65-63 Jan.10 Liberty University W 95-67 Converse College* W 109-55 * Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence, S.C. Jan.11 Jan.13 USC Spartanburg* W 82-69 ^ Winthrop Invitational in Rock Hill, S.C. % NAIA District Six Tourn. in Florence, S.C. Jan.15 at Coastal Carolina* W 96-65 Jan.18 at Coll.of Charleston* L 76-77 @ NAIA District Six Tournament Jan.20 Limestone * W 80-54 in Charleston, S.C. Coastal Carolina W 92-61 $ NAIA Area 7 Tourn. in Campbellsville, Ky. Jan.23 Jan.24 St. Augustine’s Coll. W 91-61 Jan.25 Belmont Abbey W 75-46 1983-84 28-5 Jan.28 at Central Wesleyan * W 108-64 NAIA National Quarterfinals Jan.30 Coastal Carolina W 101-55 Head Coach Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell Feb.1 at Claflin * W 85-64 Nov.22 Pembroke State L 55-62 Feb.3 Lander * W 76-54 Nov.28 at USC-Spartanburg W 80-72 Feb.6 at Benedict W 92-50 Nov.30 USC-Aiken W 90-60 Feb.10 at Voorhees * W 93-32 Dec.3 at Lander W 80-49 Feb.13 Presbyterian Coll.* W 102-54 Dec.7 at Coll.of Charleston L 51-66 Feb.15 at Morris * W 115-38 Dec.9 Pfeiffer W 90-74 USC Aiken * W 83-31 Dec.10 Furman W 102-76 Feb.17 Feb.18 Benedict W 106-63 Jan.9 at Baptist College W 74-61 W 85-57 Jan.10 St. Andrews W 102-69 Feb.20 at Erskine * Feb.22 at Coker * W 89-66 Jan.11 at Presbyterian W 81-44 Feb.25 Newberry # W 104-60 Jan.14 Erskine L 53-82 Feb.27 Limestone # W 104-35 Jan.16 at Coker W 93-49 Claflin # W 83-71 Jan.19 Benedict W 115-76 Mar.1 Mar.5 Georgia Southwestern@W 96-70 Jan.21 Lander W 74-62 Mar.14 % Dominican College W 109-41 Jan.23 at Coastal Carolina W 84-48 Mar.15 % Wingate W 89-71 Jan.26 Wingate W 84-77 Mar.17 % Georgia Southwestern W 91-77 Jan.27 Appalachian State W 78-60 Mar.18 % Wayland Baptist W 75-65 Jan.28 Fayetteville State W 77-53 Jan.31 Baptist College W 104-44 * NAIA District Six game Feb.2 Coastal Carolina W 86-59 # NAIA District Six Tournament game Feb.4 Presbyterian W 91-58 @ NAIA Bi-District XI championship game Feb.7 at Claflin L 81-96 % NAIA National Tourn. in Kansas City,Mo. Feb.10 ^ Campbell W 81-65 Feb.11 at Winthrop W 74-68 1986-87 30-6 (#7 NAIA) Feb.20 South Carolina W 73-72 Head Coach Trudi M. Lacey Feb.22 Coll.of Charleston W 73-67 Nov.15 at Mount Olive W 94-40 Feb.25 at Columbia College W 114-62 Nov.21 Atlanic Christian W 102-54 Feb.28 % Limestone W 77-62 Nov.22 Limestone W 91-58 Mar.2 @ Coll.of Charleston W 86-61 Nov.24 Methodist College W 119-50 Mar.3 @ Erskine W 82-62 Nov.27 # Cameron L 67-81 Mar.7 $ Berry W 83-71 Nov.28 # Texas Wesleyan W 77-76 Mar.14 = St. Ambrose W 81-68 Nov.29 # Midland Lutheran W 81-54 Mar.15 = Portland L 79-91


FMU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS CON’T Dec.3 Dec.6 Dec.9 Jan. 9 Jan.10 Jan.13 Jan.17 Jan.19 Jan.22 Jan.24 Jan.25 Jan.26 Jan.28 Jan.29 Jan.31 Feb.2 Feb.5 Feb.7 Feb.9 Feb.12 Feb.14 Feb.16 Feb.18 Feb.19 Feb.21 Feb.24 Feb.26 Feb.28 Mar.5

at Pembroke State Benedict at East Carolina at Converse at USC-Spartanburg at Benedict Coll.of Charleston at Limestone Liberty Longwood Lander Central Wesleyan at Columbia College at Belmont Abbey Claflin at Lander Wofford at Newberry Voorhees at Presbyterian Morris at USC-Aiken at Coll.of Charleston Erskine Coker Limestone % Lander % @ Coll.of Charleston & North Georgia

L 72-76 W 75-50 L 76-78 W 79-72 L 79-81 W 89-53 L 90-95 W 106-66 W 97-66 W 83-78 W 80-76 W 72-56 W 86-67 W 96-61 W 94-71 W 99-67 W 108-63 W 84-67 W 100-29 W 96-75 W 128-60 W 74-63 W 84-59 W 88-54 W 108-65 W 92-62 W 89-50 W 64-62 L 100-111

1989-90 20-10 Head Coach Sherri A. Tynes Nov.17 & High Point L 63-72 Nov.18 & Lander L 63-69 Nov.27 at High Point W 68-62 Nov.29 Voorhees W 74-65 Dec.2 at Elon College L 64-68 Dec.4 Pembroke State W 71-62 Dec.15 ^ Brewton-Parker L 71-74 Dec.16 ^ Columbus W 82-71 Jan.8 USC-Spartanburg W 81-71 Jan.10 at Voorhees W 84-60 Jan.13 at Lander L 64-70 Jan.15 Erskine W 81-41 Jan.18 at Central Wesleyan L 55-58 Jan.20 Limestone W 75-60 Jan.25 at Converse L 60-63 Jan.27 at Coker W 72-69 Jan.29 St. Andrews W 82-37 Feb.1 at Newberry W 99-71 Feb.3 Lander W 53-51 Feb.5 at Presbyterian L 58-69 Feb.8 at Erskine W 81-39 Feb.10 Central Wesleyan W 75-56 Feb.12 at St. Andrews W 86-50 Feb.15 at Limestone W 86-50 Feb.17 Converse L 56-72 Feb.19 at USC-Spartanburg W 64-59 Feb.22 Coker W 79-66 Feb.24 Newberry W 72-62 # Plainview Queens Classic in Plainview, Texas Feb.27 USC-Spartanburg% W 81-75 % NAIA District Six Tournament game Mar.1 @ Claflin L 55-93 @ NAIA District Six Tournament in Charleston, S.C. & Lady Patriot Invitational in Florence,S.C. & NAIA Bi-District XI playoff game in ^ Americus Times Recorder Christmas Dahlonega, Ga. Classic in Americus, Ga. % NAIA District Six Tournament game 1987-88 23-6 (#16 NAIA) @ NAIA District Six Tournament in Head Coach Trudi M. Lacey Orangeburg, S.C. Nov.20 ^ Tennessee Wesleyan W 72-50 Nov.21 ^ Berry L 64-72 1990-91 17-12 Nov.27 N.C. Central W 97-62 Head Coach Steven M. Garber Nov.28 Pembroke State L 73-75 Nov.20 Morris College L 84-92 Dec.3 at Coll.of Charleston W 52-39 Nov.27 Coker College * + L 61-63 Dec.19 at High Point W 86-55 Nov.30 Barton College # W 86-77 Jan.12 Lander W 66-37 Dec.1 Pembroke State # W 76-62 Jan.14 USC-Aiken W 84-54 Dec.5 at USC Spartanburg+ L 58-74 Jan.16 at Limestone W 86-65 Jan.4 @ Alabama-Huntsville L 75-77 Jan.18 at Presbyterian W 80-70 Jan.5 @ Selma University W 93-54 Jan.23 at Lander W 65-53 Jan.10 at Coll.of Charleston L 62-73 Jan.25 Central Wesleyan W 66-57 Jan.12 at Lander * + OT L 62-70 Jan.28 at USC-Spartanburg W 80-63 Jan.14 at Erskine College * W 75-55 Jan.30 Coll.of Charleston W 68-62 Jan.17 Central Wesleyan * W 68-59 Jan.31 at UNC Charlotte L 68-72 Jan.19 at Limestone * + L 70-74 Feb.3 at USC-Aiken W 60-55 Jan.21 at Converse College * W 79-65 Feb.5 Converse W 95-64 Jan.24 USC Aiken + L 62-67 Feb.6 Wofford W 87-42 Jan.26 Armstrong St. + 2OT W 85-81 Feb.8 at Pembroke State W 87-73 Jan.28 Converse College * W 73-60 Feb.11 at Claflin L 92-93 Feb.13 at Morris W 128-34 Jan.31 at Newberry College* L 66-81 Columbus Coll. + W 72-54 Feb.15 Voorhees W 102-51 Feb.2 L 63-80 Feb.18 at Coker W 104-61 Feb.4 at USC Aiken + Erskine College * W 67-49 Feb.22 Erskine W 105-53 Feb.7 Feb.9 at Central Wesleyan * W 75-55 Feb.25 at Newberry L 77-87 Feb.11 Lander Coll. * + W 78-72 Feb.27 Limestone W 88-62 Feb.14 Limestone Coll.* W 84-66 Mar.1 USC-Aiken % W 89-72 Mar.3 Lander % W 106-84 Feb.16 at Armstrong State + L 54-56 USC Spartanburg+ OT W 88-76 Feb.18 Mar.5 @ Claflin L 103-109 Feb.21 at Coker College * + W 75-51 Feb.23 Newberry College* W 78-64 ^ Berry Tip-Off Classic in Mount Berry,Ga. Feb.25 Newberry Coll. & W 73-67 % NAIA District Six Tournament game Feb.26 at USC Aiken & L 66-70 @ NAIA District Six Tournament in Orangeburg,S.C. # Lady Patriot Invitational Tournament in 1988-89 23-6 Florence, S.C. Head Coach Sherri A. Tynes @ New Year’s Tourn. in Columbus, Ga. Nov.21 Fayetteville State W 93-65 * Palmetto State Conference game Nov.25 = St. Augustine’s W 94-79 + Peach Belt Athletic Conference game Nov.26 = Pembroke State W 73-66 & NAIA District Six Tournament game Nov.27 = Coll.of Charleston L 80-88 Dec.1 Coll.of Charleston L 62-74 1991-92 18-12 Dec.2 at Fayetteville State W 71-61 Head Coach Steven M. Garber Dec.6 at Longwood W 69-67 Nov.23 Converse College* W 57-47 Jan.10 at Lander W 65-63 Dec.3 at Coastal Carolina L 52-55 Jan.14 Limestone W 93-56 Dec.5 Limestone Coll. * L 61-71 Jan.16 Presbyterian W 86-57 Dec.7 at Erskine College * W 63-36 Jan.18 at USC-Aiken W 61-60 Dec.9 Coker College W 76-58 Jan.19 Columbia College W 93-58 Jan.4 at USC Spartanburg # W 74-69 Jan.21 Lander W 93-73 Jan.6 at Converse College * W 95-41 Jan.23 at Central Wesleyan W 78-41 Jan.8 at Armstrong State # W 66-64 Jan.26 USC-Spartanburg W 89-64 Jan.11 Columbus College# L 73-75 Jan.28 at Coll.of Charleston L 74-76 Jan.13 Erskine College * W 64-44 Jan.30 at Pembroke State L 75-79 Jan.15 at USC Aiken # L 72-85 Feb.1 USC-Aiken W 76-60 Jan.18 at Augusta College # L 60-75 Feb.2 at Converse W 68-62 Jan.20 at Central Wesleyan * L 77-106 Feb.6 Claflin L 60-77 Jan.22 at Lander College # * L 54-66 Feb.8 at Benedict W 76-57 Jan.25 Georgia College # L 77-94 Feb.11 Morris W 109-50 Jan.27 Newberry College* W 83-72 Feb.13 at Voorhees W 98-45 Jan.29 USC Spartanburg # L 67-71 Feb.16 Coker W 86-55 Feb.1 at Newberry College* W 64-57 Feb.20 at Erskine W 78-54 Feb.3 Central Wesleyan * W 59-56 Feb.25 at Limestone W 76-74 Feb.5 Lander College # * W 59-58 Feb.26 Newberry W 85-70 Feb.8 at Columbus Coll. # W 70-66 Feb.28 USC-Spartanburg% W 80-77 Feb.10 at Limestone Coll. * W 70-62 Mar.2 @ Coll.of Charleston L 75-79 Feb.12 USC Aiken # W 69-58 Feb.15 Armstrong State # W 58-54 = Turkey Tourney in Florence, S.C. Feb.17 at Coker College W 54-51 % NAIA District Six Tournament game Feb.19 at Georgia College # L 53-67 @ NAIA District Six Tournament game Feb.22 Augusta College # L 54-69 in Charleston, S.C. Feb.24 Benedict College ^ W 84-53

Feb.25 at Central Wesleyan ^ W 76-73 Feb.27 at Claflin College ^ L 55-65 * Palmetto State Conference game # Peach Belt Athletic Conference game ^ NAIA District Six Tournament game 1992-93 11-17 Head Coach Steven M. Garber Nov.20 # Carson-Newman Nov.21 at Longwood # Nov.30 Newberry College Dec.3 Converse College Dec.5 Wofford College Dec.8 Coker College Jan.7 at Pembroke State * Jan.9 at Columbus College* Jan.14 Augusta College * Jan.16 Lander College * Jan.18 at Coker College Jan.20 USC Spartanburg * Jan.23 at Erskine Coll. OT Jan.25 Armstrong State * Jan.27 at Newberry College Jan.30 Georgia College * Feb.1 at USC Aiken * Feb.4 Pembroke State * Feb.6 at Georgia College * Feb.11 at Armstrong State * Feb.13 Columbus College* Feb.17 at USC Spartanburg * Feb.20 at Augusta College * Feb.21 Davidson College Feb.25 USC Aiken * Feb.27 at Lander College * Mar.3 & USC Aiken 2OT Mar.4 & USC Spartanburg

L L W W L W L L L L W L W L W W L L L L W L L W W L W L

62-88 67-73 83-62 85-56 66-88 92-66 55-65 62-74 55-68 50-70 86-78 51-82 74-72 39-56 91-52 68-67 62-69 66-71 63-82 42-52 77-76 42-68 51-70 85-58 60-52 57-62 93-89 60-73

# C&L/Lady Lancer Invitational in Farmville,Va. * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game & PBAC Tournament in Augusta, Ga. 1993-94 6-21 Head Coach Steven M. Garber Nov.20 at Lincoln Memorial L Nov.21 at Gardner-Webb Univ. L Nov.23 Lees-McRae Coll. L Nov.27 Erskine College W Nov.30 Carson-Newman L Dec.4 at Wofford College L Dec.7 Augusta College * L Jan.8 Columbus Coll. * OT W Jan.10 USC Aiken * L Jan.12 Pembroke St. * OT L Jan.15 at Lander Univ. * L Jan.17 Coker College W Jan.19 at USC Spartanburg * L Jan.22 Newberry College W Jan.24 Armstrong State * W Jan.29 Georgia Coll. * OT L Feb.2 at Pembroke State * L Feb.5 at Georgia College * L Feb.7 at Newberry College W Feb.10 at Armstrong State * L Feb.12 at Columbus College * L Feb.16 USC Spartanburg * L Feb.19 at Augusta College * L Feb.21 at Coker College L Feb.23 at USC Aiken * L Feb.26 Lander Univ. * L Mar.2 & Lander Univ. OT L

40-91 69-82 74-83 70-38 53-56 76-95 62-64 80-72 67-80 67-68 65-68 83-58 58-73 68-59 45-43 63-65 67-80 69-87 76-55 56-72 63-86 52-70 57-84 68-83 59-72 66-72 57-58

* Peach Belt Athletic Conference game & PBAC Tournament in Augusta, Ga. 1994-95 11-15 Head Coach Steven M. Garber Nov.20 St. Andrews Coll. Nov.22 at Carson-Newman Nov.26 Wofford College Nov.28 at Newberry College Dec.2 # Lees-McRae Coll. Dec.3 # Catawba College Dec.10 Augusta College * Jan.5 at Pembroke State * Jan.7 at Columbus College* Jan.11 USC Aiken * Jan.14 Armstrong State * Jan.16 at USC Spartanburg * Jan.18 & Lander Univ.* 3OT Jan.21 at Kennesaw State * Jan.25 Coastal Carolina Jan.28 at Georgia College * Feb.1 Pembroke State * Feb.4 Columbus College* Feb.8 at USC Aiken * Feb.11 at Armstrong State * Feb.13 USC Spartanburg * Feb.15 at Lander University* Feb.18 Kennesaw State * Feb.22 at Augusta College * Feb.25 Georgia College * Mar.1 % Columbus College

W L W W L L L W L W W L W L L W L L L L W W L L W L

77-53 55-84 69-53 86-75 77-85 52-67 51-78 59-40 56-77 77-64 76-58 56-82 90-89 73-80 71-75 74-70 72-74 64-70 61-69 54-59 67-52 62-61 44-73 63-79 84-77 57-71

# Hardees Lady Bobcat Classic in Newland, N.C. * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game & At the Florence Civic Center

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% PBAC Tournament in Augusta, Ga. 1995-96 18-9 Head Coach Wes Moore Nov.18 at Coker Nov.20 at Fayetteville State Nov.27 Lees-McRae Coll. Dec.1 # Univ. of Scranton Dec.2 # Mercy College Dec.5 Wingate Dec.9 Augusta College * Jan.3 Pembroke State * Jan.6 Columbus College* Jan.10 at USC Aiken* Jan.13 at Armstrong State * Jan.15 USC-Spartanburg* Jan.17 at Lander * Jan.20 Kennesaw State * Jan.25 Newberry Jan.27 Georgia College * Jan.29 at Erskine Jan.31 at Pembroke State * Feb.3 at Columbus College* Feb.7 USC Aiken* Feb.10 Armstrong State * Feb.12 at USC-Spartanburg * Feb.14 Lander * @ Feb.17 at Kennesaw State * Feb.21 at Augusta College * Feb.24 at Georgia College* Feb.28 + Columbus College

W L W L W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W L W L L L L

64-47 58-63 61-50 63-73 63-47 63-75 61-60 86-68 69-56 69-62 69-54 66-55 57-47 68-60 84-64 54-52 86-58 55-67 75-67 76-43 65-57 52-56 70-48 51-54 60-65 73-78 78-82

Lander * W at Kennesaw State * L Erskine W at Georgia Coll.& St.* W UNC Pembroke * W Columbus State * W at USC Aiken * W at Armstrong Atlantic St.*L USC Spartanburg * W at Lander * W Kennesaw St. * OT L at Augusta State * W Georgia Coll.& St. * W + USC Spartanburg W at Georgia Coll.& St.+ L # Fayetteville State L

60-48 62-78 66-32 71-67 81-69 83-70 57-48 58-61 76-56 72-48 68-69 63-57 77-66 66-63 48-70 83-85

Mar.18 + Arkansas Tech OT W 69-61 Mar.19 + Emporia State Univ. L 75-90 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game @ Catawba Coll. All-Sport Classic in Salisbury, N.C. % Carson-Newman Lady Eagle Classic in Jefferson City, Tenn. + PBAC Tourn. game in Savannah, Ga. & NCAA Div. II Tourn. (South Atlantic Reg.) + NCAA Division II Elite Eight Tournament in Pine Bluff, Ark.

1998-99 27-3 (#9 NCAA II) NCAA II Sweet Sixteen Head Coach Lee Buchanan Nov.16 Benedict W 96-46 Nov.20 # Arkansas Tech Univ. W 57-54 Nov.21 # Grand Valley State W 90-76 Nov.22 # Bentley College W 69-68 Nov.27 % Mount Olive W 85-60 Nov.28 % Coker W 105-60 Nov.30 Augusta State * W 83-66 Dec.3 Fayetteville State W 84-66 Dec.5 @ N.C. Central W 81-68 Dec.6 @ Mars Hill L 68-75 Dec.17 at Pfeiffer W 95-56 Jan.2 USC Aiken * W 71-66 Jan.6 at Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 76-65 Jan.9 at Clayton Coll.& St.* W 68-60 Jan.11 Kennesaw State * W 77-74 Jan.13 Lander * W 80-54 Jan.16 at USC Spartanburg * W 61-45 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game Jan.20 UNC Pembroke * W 83-76 # Wolf Bus Lines Tournament Jan.23 at USC Aiken * W 62-54 in Shippensburg, Pa. Jan.25 at Augusta State * W 67-59 @ at the Florence Civic Center North Florida * W 83-50 + PBAC Tourn. game in Milledgeville, Ga. Jan.27 Jan.30 at Columbus State * W 83-75 Feb.3 at UNC Pembroke * W 105-45 1996-97 21-8 Feb.6 USC Spartanburg * W 75-55 Head Coach Wes Moore W 70-56 Nov.20 Fayetteville State W 65-51 Feb.10 at Lander * Feb.13 Georgia Coll. & St.* W 67-61 Nov.25 at Anderson College W 59-44 W 57-43 Nov.29 at Eckerd College L 53-56 Feb.21 $ North Florida L 65-67 Dec.1 at Saint Leo College W 65-64 Feb.23 $ Columbus State Wingate & W 85-72 Dec.4 Anderson College W 73-57 Mar.5 Mar.6 Kennesaw State & L 72-76 Dec.8 at Wingate L 59-60 Dec.10 Coker @ W 65-46 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game Dec.15 Augusta State * W 77-72 # Disney Tip-Off Classic in Lake Buena Jan.2 at UNC Pembroke* W 86-64 Vista, Fla. Jan.4 at Columbus State * L 59-70 % Wingate Inn/FMU Classic in Florence Jan.9 USC Aiken* W 64-55 @ Lady Lion Classic in Mars Hill, N.C. Jan.11 Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 69-33 Jan.13 at USC Spartanburg* W 79-78 $ PBAC Tournament game in Savannah, Ga. Jan.15 Jan.18 Jan.22 Jan.25 Jan.29 Feb.1 Feb.5 Feb.8 Feb.10 Feb.12 Feb.15 Feb.19 Feb.22 Feb.26 Feb.28 Mar.6

& NCAA Div. II Tourn. (So.Atlantic Regional)

1999-2000 25-8 (#17 NCAA II) NCAA II Sweet Sixteen Head Coach: Lee Buchanan Nov.5 # Washburn Univ. OT L 78-80 Nov.6 # Florida Tech W 71-70 Nov.7 # Northern State U. L 63-77 Nov.26 % Mars Hill College W 88-80 Nov.27 % North Alabama W 88-73 Nov.29 at Anderson College W 80-65 Dec.1 at Livingstone Coll. W 64-60 Dec.3 $ Southwest Baptist W 65-63 Dec.4 $ Okla. Panhandle St. W 71-58 Dec.14 Livingstone Coll. W 73-67 Dec.30 at Johnson C. Smith L 54-72 Jan.2 at USC Aiken * W 92-74 Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 76-56 Jan.5 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game Jan.8 Clayton Coll.& St.* W 55-48 @ at the Florence Civic Center Jan.12 at Lander University* W 74-64 + PBAC Tourn. game in Milledgeville, Ga. Jan.15 USC Spartanburg* W 66-47 # NCAA Division II Tournament (South Jan.19 at UNC Pembroke * W 81-67 Atlantic Regional) in Kennesaw, Ga. Jan.22 USC Aiken * W 77-49 Jan.26 at North Florida* W 75-68 1997-98 30-3 (#5 NCAA II) Jan.29 Columbus State * W 85-65 NCAA II Final Four Feb.2 UNC Pembroke * W 75-67 Head Coach Wes Moore Nov.14 at Anderson College W 101-48 Feb.5 at USC Spartanburg * W 58-45 Lander Univ. * L 83-86 Nov.16 Catawba W 77-56 Feb.9 Nov.19 at Fayetteville St. W 86-85 Feb.12 at Georgia Coll. & St.* L 75-90 Feb.16 Augusta State * W 83-60 Nov.21 @ St. Andrews Coll. W 78-62 Nov.22 at Catawba L 62-65 Feb.19 at Kennesaw St.* OT L 68-72 Converse College W 92-40 Nov.26 at Augusta State * W 81-67 Feb.22 W 73-68 Dec.2 Wingate W 101-85 Feb.26 at Augusta State * Dec.5 % Alderson-Broaddus W 78-64 Mar.1 + Georgia Coll. & St. W 72-66 Mar.3 + Columbus State L 91-99 Dec.6 at Carson-Newman W 94-89 Dec.9 Coker W 71-69 Mar.9 & Lander University W 76-66 Jan.3 at USC Aiken* W 72-48 Mar.10 & Presbyterian Coll. W 82-79 Jan.5 at Kennesaw State * W 61-56 Mar.11 & Columbus State OT L 99-101 Jan.8 Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 69-53 # Disney Tip-Off Classic Jan.10 Clayton Coll.& St.* W 86-61 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Jan.14 at Lander * W 79-66 % Wingate Inn/FMU Classic in Florence, S.C. Jan.17 USC Spartanburg* W 77-59 $ Taco Bell Tournament in Pueblo, Colo. Jan.21 at UNC Pembroke* W 62-43 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game Jan.24 USC Aiken* W 85-65 + Peach Belt Athletic Conf. Tournament Jan.26 Augusta State * W 78-57 in Greenwood, S.C. Jan.28 at North Florida * W 62-52 & NCAA Division II Tournament (South Jan.31 Columbus State * L 60-72 Atlantic Regional) in Clinton, S.C. Feb.4 UNC Pembroke* W 77-35 Feb.7 at USC Spartanburg* W 82-55 Feb.11 Lander * W 74-60 Feb.14 at Georgia Coll. & St.* W 89-67 Feb.17 Anderson College W 77-53 Feb.22 $ North Florida W 63-60 Feb.24 $ Clayton Coll. & St. W 92-43 Feb.25 $ Columbus State W 71-67 Mar.6 Columbus State & W 77-74 Mar.7 Bowie State Univ. & W 62-52


FMU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS CON’T 2000-01 24-7 (#10 NCAA II) NCAA II Sweet Sixteen Head Coach: Lee Buchanan Nov.17 % Fayetteville St. W Nov.18 % Limestone W Nov.21 Johnson C. Smith W Nov.24 N. C. Central W Nov.25 Mars Hill L Nov.28 Presbyterian W Dec.1 & Wingate W Dec.2 & Lenoir-Rhyne L Dec.12 at St. Augustine's W Dec.30 USC Aiken * L Jan.3 at Armstrong Atl.St.*ot L Jan.6 at Clayton Coll. & St.* W Jan.10 Lander * W Jan.13 at USC Spartanburg * W Jan.17 UNC Pembroke * W Jan.20 at USC Aiken * W Jan.24 North Florida * W Jan.27 at Columbus State * L Jan.31 at UNC Pembroke * W Feb.3 USC Spartanburg * W Feb.7 at Lander * W Feb.10 Georgia Coll.& St.* W Feb.14 at Augusta State * W Feb.17 Kennesaw State * W Feb.21 at Converse W Feb.24 Augusta State * W Feb.28 # Kennesaw State W Mar.2 # Columbus State L Mar.8 + Fayetteville State W Mar.9 + Catawba W Mar.10 + Columbus State * L

74-69 91-43 68-67 72-59 77-79 62-48 84-78 61-76 75-59 64-75 72-75 70-52 71-54 66-58 89-75 45-42 73-67 50-81 67-59 65-58 66-60 77-62 80-68 94-89 78-40 86-56 69-57 57-101 69-61 80-64 71-75

* Peach Belt Conference game % USC Aiken Tip-Off Classic & FMU Classic in Florence, SC # Peach Belt Tourn. in Greenwood, SC + NCAA II South Atlantic Regional in Columbus, GA 2001-02 16-11 Head Coach Lee Buchanan Nov.16 % N.C. Central OT W 66-60 Nov.17 % St. Augustine’s W 72-49 Nov.20 at Presbyterian OT L 69-70 Nov.23 $ Anderson W 70-47 Nov.24 $ St. Paul’s W 75-44 Nov.28 Armstrong Atlantic St. *W 80-56 Dec.1 at Georgia Coll.& St.* W 68-57 Dec.4 at N.C. Central Univ. L 50-62 Dec.11 at Fayetteville State L 72-78 Jan.7 USC Aiken * L 64-68 Jan.9 UNC Pembroke * W 74-63 Jan.12 at Lander University * W 58-50 Jan.16 at Armstrong Atlantic St.* L 48-50 Jan.19 at Augusta State * W 59-52 Jan.20 North Florida * W 60-59 Jan.23 USC Spartanburg * W 65-59 Jan.26 Georgia Coll.& St.* W 63-59 Jan.30 at UNC Pembroke * W 69-55 Feb.2 Clayton Coll.& St.* W 59-54 Feb.6 at USC Spartanburg * L 73-80 Feb.9 Kennesaw State * L 70-77 Feb.10 Columbus State * L 57-81 Feb.13 Lander University * W 80-58 Feb.16 Augusta State * W 80-58 Feb.20 at USC Aiken * L 47-59 Feb.23 at Clayton Coll.& St.* L 62-67 Feb.28 at Columbus St. + OT L 80-82

Feb.5 Feb.8 Feb.12 Feb.15 Feb.19 Feb.22 Feb.26 Mar.1 Mar.4 Mar.6 Mar.8

UNC Pembroke * W 73-63 at Clayton Coll.& St.* L 57-71 USC Spartanburg * W 58-57 at Kennesaw State * L 41-74 at Lander University * L 77-102 at Augusta State U. * L 40-64 USC Aiken * L 63-64 Clayton Coll.& St. * W 76-62 vs Clayton Coll.& St.& W 59-47 vs Augusta State + OT W 61-55 at Columbus State + L 46-58

12-18

Head Coach Valecia Tedder Nov.22 $ Anderson College W 75-74 Nov.23 $ Pfeiffer University L 56-77 Nov.26 Presbyterian Coll. W 79-64 Nov.30 Georgia Coll.& St.* L 60-68 Dec.2 Fayetteville State W 73-42 Dec.10 Coker College W 72-50 Dec.16 at St. Andrews College W 78-52 Dec.20 vs Fort Valley State % L 61-63 Dec.21 vs Wingate % OT L 81-84 Jan.2 at Armstrong Atlantic St* L 48-81 Jan.8 at North Florida * L 58-61 Jan.11 at Columbus State * L 48-64 Jan.13 at USC Aiken * L 66-68 Jan.15 at UNC Pembroke * L 49-52 Jan.18 Lander University * W 85-70 Jan.22 Armstrong Atl.St.* OT W 62-61 Jan.25 Augusta State Univ.* L 61-73 Jan.29 at USC Spartanburg * L 57-67 Feb.1 at Georgia Coll.& St. * L 60-84

2005-06

13-16

* Peach Belt Conference game $ FMU / Sleep Inn Classic in Florence, SC % AASU / Chatham Orthopaedics Christmas Classic in Savannah, GA + PBC Tournament in Columbus, GA 2003-04

14-13

Head Coach Valecia Tedder Nov.22 N.C. Central Univ. W 65-61 Nov.25 at Presbyterian Coll. W 82-70 Nov.28 at Eckerd $ W 51-45 Nov.29 vs Tampa $ W 59-55 Dec.9 Wingate University L 71-80 Dec.16 Fayetteville St. Univ. W 63-59 Dec.30 at Fayetteville St. Univ. L 51-63 Jan.3 St. Andrews Pres. W 68-44 Jan.7 at Lander University * L 72-77 Jan.10 Clayton Coll. & St. * W 72-57 Jan.12 at Longwood Univ. L 59-66 Jan.14 USC Spartanburg * W 65-60 Jan.17 at Armstrong Atl. St. * L 46-74 Jan.21 at USC Aiken * W 70-63 Jan.24 North Florida * L 63-65 Jan.28 at USC Spartanburg * L 66-77 Jan.31 at Kennesaw State * L 62-78 Feb.4 USC Aiken * @ W 63-62 Feb.7 Columbus State * W 72-49 Feb.11 UNC Pembroke * W 71-60 Feb.14 at Augusta State * L 69-82 Feb.18 Lander University * L 71-72 Feb.21 at Georgia Coll. & St.* L 59-83 Feb.25 at UNC Pembroke * W 91-58 Feb.28 Augusta State * L 76-79 Mar.2 vs Clayton Coll.&St.+ W 65-63 Mar.4 vs Armstrong Atl.St. + L 52-63

Head Coach: Valecia Tedder Nov.15 at Presbyterian Nov.18 Coker Nov.19 Fayetteville St. Nov.30 USC Upstate Dec.3 at Lander Dec.5 Wingate Dec.14 Anderson College Dec.20 at N.C. Central Jan.4 at Armstong Atlantic Jan.7 Ga. College & St. Jan.11 USC Aiken Jan.14 at Columbus St. Jan.18 Augusta St. Jan.21 at Clayton St. Jan.23 North Georgia Jan.25 at USC Upstate Jan.28 Lander Feb.1 at North Georgia Feb.6 UNC Pembroke Feb.8. Armstrong Atlantic Feb.11 at Ga. College & St. Feb.15 at USC Aiken Feb.18 Columbus St. Feb.20 at UNC Pembroke Feb,22 at Agusta St. Feb.25 Clayton St. Mar.2 vs UNC Pembroke Mar.4 vs USC Upstate Mar.5 vs Ga. Coll. & St. 2OT

L 61-69 W 85-55 W 73-72 L 46-61 W 66-61 L 60-77 L 68-70 L 53-63 L 47-64 W 74-73 W 64-52 W 60-49 W 57-56 L 47-60 L 58-69 L 49-53 W 74-59 L 56-69 L 44-61 W 58-56 L 51-60 L 51-57 W 68-61 W 58-52 L 49-53 L 67-68 W 65-58 W 63-58 L 83-89

* Peach Belt Conference game # Zaxby’s Patriot Tip-Off Clazzic in Florence, SC + PBC Tournament in Greenwood, SC 2006-07

6-22

$ Eckerd College Classic in St. Petersburg, FL * Peach Belt Conference game @ at the Florence Civic Center + PBC Tournament in Augusta, GA 2004-05

11-17

* Peach Belt Conference game % FMU Tip-Off Classic in Florence, SC $ Patriot Palmetto Classic in Florence, SC + PBC Tournament in Columbus, GA 2002-03

at Florence Civic Center ^ UNF Turkey Classic in Jacksonville, FL # All-State Insurance PBC/CIAA Clash in Spartanburg, SC + PBC Tournament in Augusta, GA

Head Coach: Valecia Tedder Nov.19 $ St. Andrews Pres. C. L Nov.20 $ Fayetteville St. Univ. L Nov.23 Presbyterian Coll. W Nov.26 at North Florida ^ L Nov.27 ^ Rollins College L Nov.30 Livingstone College W Dec.2 at Fayetteville St. Univ. W Dec.6 at Wingate Univ. OT L Dec.16 at Anderson College L Dec.30 # Winston-Salem St. L Dec.31 # N.C. Central Univ. W Jan.5 Lander Univ. * L Jan.8 at Clayton Coll. & St. * L Jan.12 at USC Upstate * L Jan.15 Armstrong Atl. St. * W Jan.19 USC Aiken * W Jan.22 at North Florida * L Jan.26 USC Upstate * L Jan.29 Kennesaw State * W Feb.2 at USC Aiken * L Feb.5 at Columbus State * L Feb.9 at UNC Pembroke * L Feb.12 Augusta State * W Feb.16 at Lander University * W Feb.19 Georgia Coll. & St.* W Feb.23 UNC Pembroke * L Feb.26 at Augusta State * W Mar.1 + Kennesaw State L

64-69 53-66 67-66 44-56 56-65 80-62 79-75 71-73 59-86 47-54 58-54 58-61 48-95 49-62 77-72 57-55 39-56 60-68 66-60 49-66 67-79 51-57 57-53 66-58 73-62 48-63 55-49 69-70

Head Coach: Valecia Tedder Nov.15 at Furman Nov. 18 Mount Olive Nov. 21 Presbyterian Nov. 24 vs Carson-Newman Nov. 25 at Catawba Nov. 28 at Erskine Dec. 2 Clayton State Dec. 4 at Wingate Dec.14 at Tusculum Dec.16 at Newberry Jan. 2 Lander Jan. 4 Pfeiffer Jan. 6 at Clayton State Jan. 10 at USC Upstate Jan. 13 Armstrong Atlantic Jan. 17 USC Aiken Jan. 20 at Ga. Southwestern Jan. 24 USC Upstate Jan. 27 Augusta State Jan. 31 at USC AIken Feb. 3 at Columbus State Feb. 7 at UNC Pembroke Feb. 10 North Georgia Feb. 14 at Lander Feb. 17 Georgia College Feb. 21 UNC Pembroke Feb. 24 at North Georgia Feb. 28 vs Augusta State +

L 33-57 W 82-69 W 66-57 L 52-69 L 70-85 W 74-57 L 62-82 L 57-58 L 61-71 L 42-63 L 61-74 L 60-82 L 62-72 L 45-84 L 51-65 W 68-64 W 66-52 L 56-63 L 50-61 L 44-73 L 56-58 L 34-43 L 61-69 L 65-72 L 49-54 L 55-64 W 85-83 L 46-56

* Peach Belt Conference game % Comfort Suits Classic in Salisbury, NC + PBC Tournament in Greenwood, SC 2007-08

21-9

* Peach Belt Conference game $ Patriot Tip-Off Classic

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Head Coach: Heather Macy Nov. 17 Mount Olive W 78-63 Nov. 20 Milligan W 111-86 Nov. 24 Apprentice School W 115-52 Nov. 27 Wingate W 112-81 Dec. 1 at North Georgia * L 82-87 Dec. 14 vs Converse ^ W 101-41 Dec. 15 at Coker ^ W 84-77 Jan. 2 Erskine W 91-50 Jan. 5 Ga. Southwestern * W 97-62 Jan. 6 Columbus State * W 88-74 Jan. 9 USC Aiken * W 89-66 Jan. 16 at UNC Pembroke * W 101-82 Jan. 19 at Ga. College & St. * L 84-90 Jan. 23 Augusta State * W 101-86 Jan. 26 at Clayton State * W 84-76 Jan. 30 at Lander * W 113-103 Feb. 2 North Georgia * W 96-86 Feb. 4 Armstrong Atlantic* W 73-69 Feb. 6 at USC Aiken * L 71-81 Feb. 9 at Ga. Southwestern * W 88-64 Feb. 10 at Columbus St. * OT L 108-113 Feb. 13 UNC Pembroke * W 85-75 Feb. 18 Lander * L 81-95 Feb. 20 at Augusta State * W 87-76 Feb. 23 Ga. College & St. * W 95-67 Feb. 27 at Armstrong Atlantic* L 65-78 Mar. 1 Clayton State * L 74-76 Mar. 6 vs North Georgia + W 84-75 Mar. 8 vs Lander + L 73-93 Mar. 14 Clayton State # L 69-88 * Peach Belt Conference game ^ Lady Cobra Classic in Hartsville, SC + PBC Tournament in Aiken, SC # NCAA II South Atlantic Regional in Florence, SC 2008-09 27-5 (#14 NCAA II) Head Coach: Heather Macy Nov. 15 at Barton College W Nov. 19 St. Andrews W Nov. 22 Chowan W Nov. 25 Morris W Nov. 29 Erskine W Dec. 12 at Coker W Dec. 15 North Georgia * W Dec. 30 Allen W Jan. 3 at Ga. Southwestern * W Jan. 7 at USC Aiken * L Jan. 10 at Columbus State * W Jan. 14 UNC Pembroke * W Jan. 17 Ga.College & St * W Jan. 21 at Augusta State * W Jan. 24 Clayton State * W Jan. 28 Lander * W Jan. 31 at North Georgia * W Feb. 2 at Armstrong Atlantic* W Feb. 4 USC Aiken * W Feb. 7 Ga. Southwestern * W Feb. 11 at UNC Pembroke * W Feb. 14 Columbus State * W Feb. 16 at Lander * W Feb. 18 Augusta State * W Feb. 21 at Ga. College & St. * W Feb. 25 Armstrong Atl.* OT L Feb. 28 at Clayton State * OT L Mar. 5 vs North Georgia + W Mar. 7 vs Lander + L Mar. 13 vs USC Aiken # W Mar. 14 at Lenoir-Rhyne # W Mar. 16 vs Clayton State # L

68-66 116-37 117-35 119-49 108-71 99-60 84-68 104-35 93-79 57-75 78-67 81-59 86-67 93-90 89-80 100-79 74-65 75-61 67-45 112-68 75-58 94-61 98-80 78-65 72-69 91-92 80-86 80-61 63-70 101-83 93-74 73-89

* Peach Belt Conference game + PBC Tournament game in Aiken, SC # NCAA II Southeast Regional Tournament in Hickory, NC 2009-10

27-5 (#20 NCAA II)

Head Coach: Heather Macy Nov. 15 Converse College Nov. 18 Fayetteville St. Nov. 21 Coker College Nov. 27 St. Augustine's Nov. 28 Allen University Dec. 2 USC Aiken * Dec. 7 Barton College Dec. 18 vs Tusculum # Dec. 19 at Wingate # Dec. 20 vs Bluefield College % Jan. 2 UNC Pembroke * Jan. 6 at Lander * Jan. 9 at Augusta State * Jan. 13 at USC Aiken * Jan. 16 Ga. Southwestern * Jan. 17 Columbus State * Jan. 23 Flagler * Jan. 29 at Georgia College *

W W W W W W W W L W W L W W W W W W

91-57 91-61 106-48 86-56 122-47 69-65 88-80 83-71 85-87 111-77 77-65 86-91 86-62 79-77 87-74 90-85 97-63 92-77

Jan. 31 at Montevallo * Feb. 3 at UNC Pembroke * Feb. 6 Armstrong Atl. St. * Feb. 10 at North Georgia * Feb. 13 Clayton State * Feb. 17 Lander * Feb. 20 Augusta State * Feb. 24 at Flagler * Feb. 27 at Armstrong Atl. St. * Mar. 2 USC Aiken ~ Mar. 6 vs Georgia College ~~ Mar. 7 vs Clayton State ~~ Mar. 12 vs Newberry $ Mar. 13 vs Tusculum $

W W W W L W W W W W W L W L

91-68 98-82 84-67 93-70 82-92 82-71 89-47 105-86 104-81 75-64 66-61 75-94 103-96 96-103

* Peach Belt Conference game # OrthoCarolina Classic in Wingate, NC % Carolina's Challenge in Myrtle Beach,SC ~ PBC Tournament game in Florence, SC ~~ PBC Tournament game in Aiken, SC $ NCAA II Southeast Regional in Greenwood, SC 2010-11

18-10

Head Coach: Kate Glusko Nov. 12 at Fayetteville State W Nov. 23 Morris College W Nov. 26 King College W Dec. 1 at USC Aiken * L Dec. 4 vs Shaw University & L Dec. 6 at Barton College W Dec. 17 at Eckerd College ot W Dec. 19 vs Virginia Intermont # W Dec. 30 at Queens U/Charlotte W Jan. 2 at UNC Pembroke * L Jan. 5 Lander * L Jan. 8 Augusta State * W Jan. 12 USC Aiken * OT L Jan. 15 at Ga. Southwestern * W Jan. 16 at Columbus State * W Jan. 22 at Flagler * W Jan. 28 Georgia College * W Jan. 30 Montevallo * W Feb. 2 UNC Pembroke * W Feb. 5 at Armstrong Atl. St.* W Feb. 9 North Georgia * L Feb. 12 at Clayton State * L Feb. 16 at Lander * L Feb. 19 at Augusta State * OT W Feb. 23 Flagler * W Feb. 26 Armstrong Atl. St. * W Mar. 2 at USC Aiken + L Mar. 11 at Clayton State ^ L

78-68 101-63 92-63 64-66 65-67 90-79 75-66 90-76 69-52 74-85 81-86 86-64 66-74 71-70 77-72 67-48 73-55 76-59 75-60 75-70 63-67 60-80 65-78 54-52 74-50 98-56 66-71 54-79

* Peach Belt Conference game & in Savannah, GA # Crescent Bank Carolinas Challenge in Myrtle Beach, SC + Peach Belt Conference Tournament ^ NCAA II Southeast Regional in Morrow, GA


FMU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS CON’T 2011-12

9-17

Head Coach: Kate Glusko Nov. 18 vs Lenoir-Rhyne # L Nov. 19 at Mars Hill L Nov. 22 at St. Andrews W Nov. 23 Voorhees W Nov. 30 Lander * L Dec. 3 Augusta State * L Dec.17 at Armstrong Atl.* OT W Dec.19 at Coker W Dec.30 Saint Augustine’s W Jan. 4 USC Aiken * L Jan. 7 Clayton State * L Jan. 9 Montevallo * L Jan. 11 at Flagler * W Jan. 16 at North Georgia * L Jan. 20 Georgia College * L Jan. 22 Coastal Georgia L Jan. 28 at Ga. Southwestern * L Jan. 29 at Columbus State * L Feb. 2 UNC Pembroke * L Feb. 4 at Lander * L Feb. 8 Morris W Feb. 11 at Augusta State * W Feb. 15 at UNC Pembroke * L Feb. 18 Flagler * L Feb. 20 Armstrong Atl. St. * W Feb. 22 at USC Aiken * L

59-67 58-77 84-44 59-57 51-54 42-49 77-70 58-53 60-54 47-59 56-68 57-67 54-31 55-75 50-58 65-67 60-64 59-72 56-59 62-96 85-55 59-51 52-62 58-63 66-63 63-65

* Peach Belt Conference game # Biltmore Farms/Mars Hill Classic in Mars Hill, NC

FMU Trips to the NCAA II Tournament: 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997 Sweet 16 Appearences: 2009, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998 Final 4 Appearences: 1998 “The Patriot women’s basketball team has won at least 20 games in 22 of 38 all-time seasons, including three 30-win seasons and two national championships“ 27


PAST PBC STANDINGS 1990-91 1. *USC Aiken 2. USC-Spartanburg Georgia College 4. Armstrong State Lander Francis Marion 7. Columbus College 1991-92 1. *^Augusta College *Georgia College 3. USC Aiken 4. Francis Marion 5. Armstrong State USC-Spartanburg 7. Columbus College 8. Lander 1992-93 1. *USC-Spartanburg 2. ^Augusta College 3. Armstrong State 4. Georgia College 5. Lander 6. Columbus Col. 7. Pembroke State 8. Francis Marion USC Aiken * Kennesaw State 1993-94 1. *^USC-Spartanburg 2. Columbus College 3. Armstrong State 4. Augusta College 5. Georgia College USC Aiken 7. Pembroke State 8. Lander 9. Francis Marion Kennesaw State 1994-95 1. *^USC-Spartanburg *Augusta College *Columbus College 4. Kennesaw State 5. Francis Marion Armstrong State 7. USC Aiken Georgia College 9. Pembroke State 10. Lander 1995-96 1. *^Georgia College 2. Francis Marion 3. Kennesaw State 4. Augusta College 5. USC-Spartanburg 6. Pembroke State Columbus College 8. Armstrong State 9. Lander 10. USC Aiken Clayton State 1996-97 1. *^Kennesaw State 2. Francis Marion 3. GC&SU 4. Columbus State 5. Augusta State Armstrong Atl. 7. USC-Spartanburg Lander 9. USC-Aiken 10. UNC Pembroke Clayton State 1997-98 North Division 1. ^Francis Marion 2. Augusta State 3. USC Spartanburg Lander 5. USC Aiken 6. UNC Pembroke South Division 1. *Columbus St. 2. GC&SU 3. Kennesaw State 4. North Florida 5. Armstrong Atl. 6. Clayton State

9-3 7-5 7-5 5-7 5-7 5-7 3-9

24-6 18-10 18-11 10-14 20-8 17-12 8-17

12-2 12-2 9-5 6-8 5-9 5-9 4-10 3-11

23-6 22-7 18-11 18-12 14-13 12-16 10-16 13-15

16-0 14-2 10-6 8-8 7-9 6-10 5-11 3-13 3-13 0-0

28-3 24-5 16-10 17-11 11-16 12-15 10-17 11-17 8-18 19-11

15-1 12-4 11-5 9-7 8-8 8-8 4-12 3-13 2-14 0-0

27-4 20-9 17-9 16-11 16-12 15-12 6-19 9-18 6-21 18-11

14-4 14-4 14-4 12-6 8-10 8-10 7-11 7-11 5-13 1-17

25-6 19-9 21-7 15-12 11-15 12-17 12-15 11-17 8-18 4-22

14-4 13-5 12-6 11-7 10-8 9-9 9-9 7-11 3-15 2-16 0-0

21-9 18-9 17-12 19-9 14-13 15-12 13-15 9-18 9-15 3-23 13-15

17-1 14-4 13-5 11-7 10-8 10-8 5-13 5-13 4-14 1-17 0-0

30-2 21-8 23-8 17-11 18-9 14-13 11-17 8-19 7-21 1-25 14-13

15-1 9-7 7-9 7-9 6-10 0-16

30-3 18-10 14-13 12-14 10-17 5-22

16-0 11-5 10-6 6-10 5-11 4-12

25-6 19-8 18-10 11-17 12-16 14-15

1998-99 North Division 1. *Francis Marion 2. ^Lander 3. Augusta State UNC Pembroke 5. USC Spartanburg 6. USC Aiken South Division 1. Kennesaw State 2. Columbus State 3. GC&SU 4. North Florida 5. Armstrong Atl. 6. Clayton State 1999-2000 North Division 1. Francis Marion 2. Lander 3. USC Aiken 4. Augusta State 5. UNC Pembroke 6. USC Spartanburg South Division 1. *Kennesaw State 2. ^Columbus State 3. GCSU North Florida 5. Armstrong Atlantic Clayton State 2000-01 North Division 1. USC Aiken 2. Francis Marion 3. UNC Pembroke 4. Augusta State 5. Lander USC Spartanburg South Division 1. *^Columbus State 2. GC&SU 3. Kennesaw State 4. North Florida 5. Armstrong Atl. 6. Clayton State 2001-02 North Division 1. *USC Aiken 2. Francis Marion UNC Pembroke 4. Augusta State 5. USC Spartanburg 6. Lander South Division 1. Kennesaw State North Florida 3. Columbus State 4. ^GC&SU 5. Clayton State 6. Armstrong Atl. 2002-03 North Division 1. Augusta St. 2. USC Aiken 3. USC Spartanburg 4. Lander 5. Francis Marion 6. UNC Pembroke South Division 1. *^Armstrong Atl. *Columbus St. 3. North Florida 4. Clayton State 5. Kennesaw State 6. GC&SU 2003-04 North Division 1. *Lander 2. Augusta State 3. Francis Marion 4. USC Aiken 5. USC Spartanburg 6. UNC Pembroke South Division 1. Armstrong Atl. North Florida 3. ^GC&SU 4. Kennesaw State 5. Columbus State 6. Clayton State

16-0 11-5 7-9 7-9 3-13 0-16

27-3 20-10 13-15 16-11 6-21 5-22

14-2 12-4 9-7 7-9 6-10 4-12

28-4 25-7 17-11 18-10 13-15 9-18

13-3 12-4 7-9 5-11 3-13 2-14

25-8 22-8 15-12 10-15 11-15 5-21

25-5 12-4 10-6 10-6 4-12 4-12

14-2 28-8 17-10 16-11 8-18 7-19

14-2 13-3 6-10 5-11 2-14 2-14

22-7 24-7 14-13 12-15 6-17 7-19

16-0 11-5 10-5 8-8 5-11 4-12

31-1 21-7 19-8 14-13 10-16 6-20

16-3 12-7 12-7 5-14 4-15 1-18

22-6 16-11 18-9 10-17 6-21 2-25

13-6 13-6 12-7 11-8 8-11 7-12

17-10 20-9 21-11 19-12 13-15 11-18

13-6 9-10 7-12 6-13 5-14 3-16

19-10 19-13 13-15 12-15 12-18 8-19

17-2 17-2 12-7 10-9 9-10 6-13

27-4 28-4 20-12 16-11 16-13 13-16

14-2 11-5 7-9 6-10 4-12 2-14

24-6 24-8 14-13 14-14 9-18 8-20

12-4 12-4 11-5 10-6 5-11 2-14

23-8 24-6 28-6 19-10 11-17 10-18

2004-05 North Division 1. UNC Pembroke 2. USC Aiken 3. Augusta State 4. Francis Marion Lander USC Upstate South Division 1. *^Clayton State 2. Columbus State 3. GC&SU 4. Kennesaw State 5. North Florida 6. Armstrong Atl. 2005-06 1. *North Georgia 2. Clayton State 3. USC Upstate 4. Armstrong Atl. UNC Pembroke 6. Columbus State Francis Marion ^GC&SU 9. Augusta State USC Aiken 11. Lander 2006-07 North Division 1. USC Aiken 2. UNC Pembroke 3. Lander 4. North Georgia 5. USC Upstate 6. Francis Marion South Division 1. *^Clayton State 2. Columbus State GCSU 4. Augusta State 5. Armstrong Atl. 6. Ga. Southwestern 2007-08 1. *Augusta State *Clayton State *Francis Marion *^Lander *USC Aiken 6. Columbus State 7. Armstrong Atl. 8. North Georgia 9. GCSU 10. UNC Pembroke 11. Ga. Southwestern

10-6 9-7 8-8 7-9 7-9 7-9

18-10 19-13 14-14 11-17 14-15 14-14

13-3 12-4 9-7 8-8 6-10 0-16

25-7 21-10 18-10 18-12 13-16 0-30

19-1 17-3 12-8 10-10 10-10 9-11 9-11 9-11 7-13 7-13 1-19

23-4 25-6 16-14 15-13 15-13 17-15 13-16 17-14 13-18 11-17 5-23

11-5 10-6 9-7 7-9 6-10 3-13

20-9 13-15 15-13 12-14 11-17 6-22

12-4 10-6 10-6 9-7 8-8 1-15

29-6 21-11 22-10 18-10 15-14 4-21

13-7 13-7 13-7 13-7 13-7 12-8 11-9 9-11 8-12 5-15 0-20

20-10 20-11 21-9 23-12 20-8 17-12 20-11 17-12 13-15 10-18 1-26

2008-09 1. *Francis Marion 17-3 27-5 2. Clayton State 16-4 26-7 3. Armstrong Atlantic 12-8 17-11 ^Lander 12-8 20-11 USC Aiken 12-8 22-12 6. GCSU 11-8 16-11 7. Columbus St. 10-10 18-14 8. UNC Pembroke 8-12 12-16 9. North Georgia 5-15 9-20 10. Augusta St. 3-17 5-23 Ga. Southwestern 3-17 8-19 2009-10 East Division 1. *Lander 17-1 27-4 2. Francis Marion 16-2 27-5 3. USC Aiken 10-8 15-13 4. UNC Pembroke 8-10 14-14 5. Armstrong Atlantic 6-12 9-17 6. Flagler 3-15 8-19 7. Augusta State 0-18 1-26 West Division 1. GCSU 13-4 21-8 2. ^Clayton State 12-5 24-7 3. Columbus State 11-6 17-11 4. Montevallo 7-10 14-13 Georgia Southwestern 7-10 12-16 6. North Georgia 4-13 9-17 2010-11 East Division 1. Lander 16-2 29-4 USC Aiken 16-2 27-6 3. Francis Marion 11-7 18-10 4. UNC Pembroke 8-10 12-15 5. Armstrong Atlantic St. 4-14 8-18 6. Flagler 3-15 6-20 7. Augusta State 2-16 8-18 West Division 1. *^~Clayton State 17-0 35-1 2. Georgia College 11-6 22-7 3. Columbus State 8-9 15-12 4. North Georgia 6-11 15-13 Georgia Southwestern 6-11 12-14 Montevallo 6-11 10-17 * PBC Champions ~ NCAA Nat’l champs ^ PBC Tournament Champions 2011-12 East Division 1. ^USC Aiken 16-2 27-4 2. Lander 15-3 24-8 3. UNC Pembroke 12-6 16-12 4. Armstrong Atlantic St. 7-11 13-13 5. Augusta State 7-11 12-15 6. Francis Marion 4-14 9-17 7. Flagler 2-16 4-22 West Division 1. *Clayton State 16-1 29-4 2. Columbus State 11-6 16-11 3. Georgia Southwestern 10-7 18-9 4. North Georgia 6-11 12-14 Montevallo 6-11 11-16 6. Georgia College 2-15 4-22 * PBC Champions ^ PBC Tournament Champions

NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball All-Time Victories List

Team 1. Bentley 2. Arkansas Tech 3. Cal Poly Pomona 4. Central Missouri 5. Delta State 6. Northern Kentucky 7. Washburn 8. Stonehill 9. Francis Marion 10. Pittsburgh-Johnstown 28

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FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS Highest FT%: 85.8% Jennifer Brabson (1999-00) INDIVIDUAL: Rebounds: 640 Leatha Lee (1976-77) Points: 60 Pearl Moore (3-22-78) vs Eastern Washington State College Highest Rebounding Average: 20.0 rpg Leatha Lee (1976-77) Highest FG%: 10-10 Martha Williamson Assists: 190 Melanie McLeod (1981-82) (2-15-79) vs Columbia College Turnovers: Highest 3FG%: 5-5 Jennifer Puckett 155 Melanie McLeod (1981-82) (1-27-96) vs Georgia College Blocked Shots: Highest FT%: 12-12 Jennifer Brabson 165 Tracey Tillman (1986-87) (2-22-00) vs Converse, 12-12 Crystal Sweat (2-13-95) vs USC Spartanburg Steals: 150 Kim Slawson (1985-86) Rebounds: 32 LaRue Fields (1-28-76) vs University of South Carolina TEAM: Games: 38 in 1985-86 Assists: 18 Melanie McLeod (1-29-82) vs UNC Wilmington Most / Fewest Wins: 36 in 1985-86 / 6 in 1993-94 Turnovers: 12 by three individuals 6 in 2006-07 Blocked Shots: 12 Shavone Mack Most / Fewest Losses: (2-1-06) vs North Georgia 22 in 2006-07 / 2 in 1985-86 Steals: 12 by Kevina Ransom (3-14-08) Highest / Lowest Winning Percentage: vs Clayton State Univ. .947 (36-2) in 1985-86 / .273 (6-22) in Minutes: 55 Sherer Gordon (1-18-95) vs Lander University 2006-07 Consecutive Wins: 28 (1/20-11/27/86) Triple-Doubles: eight occasions Highest / Lowest Scoring Average: Pearl Moore, 3-22-78 93.6 ppg in 1985-86 / 53.7 ppg in 1973-74 Melanie McLeod, 11-28-81 Tracey Tillman, 12-3-86 and 2-7-87 Most 100+ Games: 14 in 1985-86 Cherita Linton, 2-13-88 and 2-22-88 Highest / Lowest Scoring Margin: +36.3 ppg in 1985-86 / -8.7 ppg in 2006-07 Mary Jackson, 1-10-90 Highest / Lowest Scoring Avg. Quad-Double: Sherer Gordon, 1-18-95 Allowed: 77.1 ppg in 2007-08 / 40.5 ppg in 1973-74 TEAM: Highest FG%: 53.6% in 1981-82 Most Points: 128 vs Morris (2-13-88) Highest 3FG%: 42.9% in 1998-99 128 vs Morris (2-14-87) Highest FT%: 74.7% in 1999-2000 Most Points in a Half: 69 (second half) vs Morris (11-28-84) Highest / Lowest Rebounding Average: 52.0 rpg in 1987-88 / 25.6 rpg in 1973-74 Fewest Points: 33 vs Furman (11-15-06) Highest Rebounding Margin: Fewest Points in a Half: 12 (first half) +15.0 rpg in 1987-88 and 1980-81 vs Erskine (1-23-93) Assists: 708 in 1985-86 Largest Margin of Victory: 94 (128-34) vs Morris (2-13-88) Turnovers: 786 in 1986-87 Blocked Shots: 250 in 1986-87 Largest Margin of Defeat: 54 (118-64) vs Clemson (12-9-78) Steals: 650 in 1985-86 Most Points Allowed: 118 vs Clemson (12-9-78) CAREER Fewest Points Allowed: Points: 3,884 Pearl Moore (1975-79) 19 vs UNC Wilmington (2-9-74) Highest Scoring Average: Most Points Both Teams: 221, FMU 30.6 ppg Pearl Moore (1975-79) (108) at Columbus St (113) OT (2-10-08) Highest FG%: Fewest Points Both Teams: 77 57.7% Tracey Tillman (1984-88) FMU (34) vs UNCP (43) (2-7-07) Highest 3FG%: Highest FG%: 69.0% (49-71) 39.7% Anne Gioscia (2000-02) vs Lenoir-Rhyne (2-10-83) Highest FT%: Highest 3FG%: 100% , seven occasions 78.3% Jennifer Brabson (1996-2000) Highest FT%: 100% (13-13) Rebounds: vs Wofford (12-5-92) 1,472 Daphne Donnelly (1979-83) Rebounds: 83 vs USC-Lancaster (3-5-76) Assists: 586 Amanda Sheheen (1985-89) Assists: 39 vs UNC Wilmington (1-29-82) Turnovers: Turnovers: 56 vs Voorhees (1-10-90) 439 Melanie McLeod (1980-84) Blocked Shots: 19 vs No.Georgia (2-1-06) Blocked Shots: Steals: 40 vs Morris (2-13-88) 468 Tracey Tillman (1984-88) Steals: 462 Kim Slawson (1982-86) SEASON Games: 137 Lisa Waldrop (1983-87) 137 Kathy Flaten (1983-87) INDIVIDUAL: 11-5-12 Points: 1,109 Pearl Moore (1977-78) Highest Scoring Average: 33.6 ppg Pearl Moore (1977-78) Highest FG%: 61.1% Tracey Tillman (1985-86) Highest 3FG%: 43.5% Jennifer Brabson (1998-99)

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CAREER SCORING LIST Pearl Moore (1975-79) Tracey Tillman (1984-88) Daphne Donnelly (1979-83) Jennifer Brabson (1996-2000) Chiffonia Adderson (1996-2000)

Moore

3,884 2,686 2,403 2,217 1,897

Donnelly

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CAREER REBOUNDING LIST Daphne Donnelly (1979-83) Tracey Tillman (1984-88) Pearl Moore (1975-79) LaRue Fields (1973-76) Chiffonia Adderson (1996-2000)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CAREER ASSISTS LIST Amanda Sheheen (1985-89) Melanie McLeod (1980-84) Christy Wright (1997-2001) Cherita Linton (1985-89) Brittany Young (2004-07)

1,472 1,333 1,270 1,186 1,051

586 575 547 501 440

PAST ALL-AMERICANS

Pearl Moore AIAW Small College 1976, 1977, 1978 Daphne Donnelly NAIA First Team 1983 Jeannette Alston NAIA Second Team 1986 Tracey Tillman NAIA Third Team 1985 NAIA First Team 1986, 1987, 1988 Brenda Cain NAIA First Team 1989 Jennifer Brabson Datronics (NCAA II) Third Team 1999 Women’s (NCAA) Division II Bulletin (Fourth Team) 2000


WHERE THEY STAY (FMU CAMPUS HOUSING) Living on campus is a once in a lifetime experience, and campus life is the best way to fully immerse yourself into life as a college student. FMU works hard to make sure the residence halls and apartments are an inviting and comfortable place to live and learn. Francis Marion University offers a progressive residence life program, offering both residence halls and apartment buildings. Freshmen live in the residence halls. The new Forest Villas complex provides an additional housing option for upperclassmen. FMU campus life promotes academic sucess in a safe, attractive, modern and well-maintained environment. All facilities have air-conditioning, telephone, cable TV, and Internet connections. Each room is equipped with a smoke/fire detector. Student Housing consists of the Forest Villas Apartments (top and bottom photos), Resident Halls, and the Village Apartments. The Housing Office Complex includes a Tutoring Center/Study Hall and provides such services as mail delivery, equipment check out, package acceptance, and an information desk. Call the FMU Student Housing Office at 843-661-1130.

WHERE THEY PLAY (SMITH UNIVERSITY CENTER) FMU’S SMITH UNIVERSITY CENTER Named in honor of the university’s first president, Dr. Walter D. Smith, the Smith University Center provides comprehensive facilities for student services and activities as well as for recreation and athletic programs to serve students, faculty, and staff. Opened in 1974, the center’s gymnasium orginally seated 3,027 for basketball, but with recent renovations that include new theatrestyle seats, a new hardwood floor, new scoreboards, a new lighting and sound system, and a new paint job it now seats 2,547. The Patriot Women have compiled a 407-120 (.772) mark in the Smith University Center, including a 169-52 run in the past 221 games. The FMU men’s basketball team owns a 307-187 (.621) record in the building. In addition to numerous sporting events, the building has hosted musical concerts, an appearance by Miss America 1994 Kimberly Aiken, U.S. Presidential candidates, and both college and high school commencement exercises. Francis Marion hosted the 1978 AIAW Division II National Women’s Basketball Tournament, and in 1988, the U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team played an exhibition game against the Cuban National Team. In 1998, 1999, and 2008, FMU hosted the NCAA Division II women’s basketball South Atlantic Regional Tournament.

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FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY CAMPUS Where the Swamp Fox Lives.................

Francis Marion University, founded in 1970, prides itself on providing a strong liberal arts education. Named for Revolutionary War hero, General Francis Marion, who was nicknamed the “Swamp Fox” for using the South Carolina terrain to outfox the British, the University enrolls more than 4,000 students. The University offers a broad range of undergraduate degrees and a select number of graduate programs in serving the needs of communities, businesses and industries of the Pee Dee region. Francis Marion is the only state university serving the Pee Dee region, and many of its students are the first in their families to go to college. The campus features modern classroom buildings, laboratories and residence facilities to provide a safe, comfortable learning environment for students. The campus also features a number of recreational facilities that are available for use by students, faculty, staff and alumni, and for use in intramural and intercollegiate athletic competition. Most buildings have been constructed or renovated since 1970. Facilities are equipped with ramps, and those of more than one story are equipped with elevators. Though each building has its own unique design, all are planned for architectural harmony. The campus facilities include: Wallace House (President’s Home), J. Howard Stokes Administration Building (above photo), Office Services Building, Facilities Management/Campus Police Building, Walter Douglas Smith University Center, The Edward S. Ervin III Dining Hall, John K. Cauthen Educational Media Center, Founders Hall, Peter D. Hyman Fine Arts Center, Hugh K. Leatherman Sr. Science Facility (bottom right photo), Frank B. Lee Nursing Building (top left photo), Robert E. McNair Science Building, The Observatory, James A. Rogers Library, Thomas C. Stanton Academic Computer Center, The Grille (top right photo), and the BB&T/Amelia Wallace Faculty/Alumni Cottage.

On campus housing includes The Village, Residence Halls, Forest Villas Apartment Complex, Forest Villas Community Center, and the Allard A. Allston Housing Office Complex. In addition to the Walter Douglas Smith University Center, which houses the gymnasium, raquetball courts, weightroom, fitness room, and an olympic-sized swimming pool, other on campus athletic facilities include John Kassab (tennis) Courts, a reslite eight-lane track, two natural grass intramural fields, an outdoor recreational pool, and the new state-of-the-art Griffin Athletic Complex, which opened in 2012. It includes Clifford S. Cormell (baseball) Field at Sparrow Stadium, the FMU Softball Stadium, Murray G. Hartzler (soccer) Field, and a fieldhouse. 32


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