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Feel the Heat ! Francis Marion University 2009-2010 Women’s Basketball

FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY WBB MEDIA GUIDE INFORMATION FMU FACTS

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Location ............................................. Florence, SC 29502-0547 Address .............................................................. PO Box 100547 Founded .............................................................................. 1970 Enrollment .......................................................................... 4,019 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. 3,027) Athletic Director .................................................... Murray Hartzler Senior Woman Administrator....................................Teresa Ramey Athletic Trainers .................................. Spyder Webb, Joe Cauble Team Doctors ............... Dr. Timothy Dancy, Dr. Robert W. Moore Compliance Officer ................................................. Jason Orning Faculty Athletic Representative ........................... Dr. Allen Clabo Athletic Office ......Phone (843) 661-1240......Fax (843) 661-4645 Head Women’s Basketball Coach ...................... Heather Macy Telephone ........................................... Office (843) 661-1249 Women’s Basketball E-mail Address ...... hmacy@fmarion.edu Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach ................ Tiffany Tucker Office Telephone ............................................ (843) 661-1803 Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach .............. Carol Sciaretta Office Telephone .......................................... (843) 661-1243 Sports Information Director ......................... Michael G. Hawkins Telephone .... Office (843) 661-1222 Home (843) 665-9248 Sports Information FAX Number ........................ (843) 661-1219 SID E-Mail Address ............................. mhawkins@fmarion.edu University Website Address..................................www.fmarion.edu University Athletic Website Address ............www.fmupatriots.com

Quick Facts 1 Peach Belt Conference Information, standings 1 2009-108 Schedule 2 Team Photograph & Roster 3 2009-10 Team Outlook 4 Coaching Staff 5-7 Patriot Timeline 8 Past Francis Marion Head Coaches 8 Player Profiles 9-21 Honorary Coach Program 22 2008-09 statistics and results 23 All-Time Roster 24 Pearl Moore 25 All-Time Series Records 26 Year-By-Year Team Records 27-29 Heather Macy’s Focused 50 Camp 30 Former All-Americans 31 Individual / Team Records 31 FMU Campus 32 Smith University Center 33 Swamp Fox Club 33

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 13-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.), and USC Aiken. Headquartered in Augusta, Ga., the PBC conducts championships in 12 sports, six for men and six for women. The PBC has worked tirelessly to become one of the elite conferences in NCAA Division II, and is now entering its 20th season with 28 national championships and 25 national finalists. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first commissioner from 1991 to 2007. The 2009-10 Peach Belt women’s basketball tournaments will be held March 2 at on-campus sites with the semifinals and finals being March 6-7, 2010, in the 3,468-seat Convocation Center on the USCA campus in Aiken, S.C. 2008-09 Peach Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Final Standings xz-Francis Marion z-Clayton State Armstrong Atl. St. yz-Lander z-USC Aiken * GCSU Columbus State UNC Pembroke North Georgia Augusta State Ga. Southwestern

PBC Games 17-3 .850 16-4 .800 12-8 .600 12-8 .600 12-8 .600 11-8 .579 10-10 .500 8-12 .400 5-15 .250 3-17 .150 3-17 .150

x - 2008-09 PBC Champions

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

Away 8-2 7-3 6-4 5-5 6-4 3-7 3-7 2-8 2-8 1-9 1-9

All Games 27-5 .844 26-7 .788 17-11 .607 20-11 .645 22-12 .647 16-11 .607 18-14 .562 12-16 .429 9-20 .310 5-23 .179 8-19 .296

y - PBC Tournament Champions 1

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

Away 11-2 9-3 8-4 4-7 5-7 3-9 5-7 3-9 2-10 2-14 3-10

Neutral Last 10 2-2 6-4 4-3 7-3 1-1 6-4 6-1 6-4 3-1 5-5 2-0 4-6 1 game nullified 3-4 6-4 2-2 3-7 2-1 4-6 0-1 0-10 1-0 3-7

z - NCAA Tournament participant

2009-10 SCHEDULE Date Nov. 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 7 Dec. 18-19 Dec. 18 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Jan. 2 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 6-7

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

Opponent at Univ. of North Carolina (exhibition) at Winthrop University (exhibition) Converse College Fayetteville State University Coker College St. Augustine’s College Allen University USC Aiken * Barton College at OrthoCarolina Classic vs Tusculum College at Wingate University Carolina’s Challenge vs Bluefield College (VA) UNC Pembroke * at Lander University * at Augusta State University * at USC Aiken * Georgia Southwestern State Univ. * Columbus State University * Flagler College * at Georgia College & State Univ. * at University of Montevallo * at UNC Pembroke * Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. * at North Georgia College & St. Univ. * Clayton State University * Lander University * Augusta State University * # at Flagler College * at Armstrong Atlantic State Univ. * at Peach Belt Conference Tournament at Peach Belt Conference Tournament

* Peach Belt Conference game

Time 7:00 7:00 2:00 5:30 2:00 2:00 2:00 5:30 7:00

Site Chapel Hill, NC Rock Hill, SC FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE Wingate, NC

7:30 1:30 1:00

Myrtle Beach, SC

1:30 5:30 5:30 5:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 5:30 2:30 5:30 1:30 5:30 1:30 5:30 1:30 5:30 5:30 TBA TBA

FLORENCE Greenwood, SC Augusta, GA Aiken, SC FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE Milledgeville, GA Montevallo, AL Pembroke, NC FLORENCE Dahlonega, GA FLORENCE FLORENCE FLORENCE St. Augustine, FL Savannah, GA TBD Aiken, SC

All times listed are Eastern Times

The semifinals and finals of the 2010 Peach Belt Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament will be played in the 3,468-seat Convocation Center on the campus of USC Aiken in Aiken, S.C., on March 6-7, 2010. The first-round games on March 2 will be played at the sites of the higher seeded teams. 2

# Homecoming

2009-10 ROSTER

First Row (standing L-R): Dawn Coleman, Courtney Mealing, Monica Mann, Tranesha Craig, Danelle Downs, Eboni Fields, Robin Colbert, Kristen Dickerson, Shannon Singleton-Bates, Shana Franks, Tiffany Wilson, Ana Imani, Nicole Mealing; Top Row (on truck L-R): Precious Tucker, Simone Trice.

Francis Marion University 2009-10 Women’s Basketball Roster No. 1 3 4 5 10 11 14 21 22 23 24 32 33 34 44

Name Eboni Fields Monica Mann Ana Imani Dawn Coleman Courtney Mealing Shana Franks Kristen Dickerson Robin Colbert Danelle Downs Shannon Singleton- Bates Simone Trice Tiffany Wilson Nicole Mealing Precious Tucker Tiahana Bowens

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

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

Ht. 5-5 5-5 5-8 5-10 5-8 5-8 5-8 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-6 5-10 5-10 6-0

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

Hometown (High School) Hephzibah, GA (Laney HS) Smyrna, GA (Campbell HS) Chesapeake, VA (Western Branch HS) Queens, NY (Francis Lewis HS) North Augusta, SC (Strom Thurmond HS) Wilmington, NC (John T. Hoggard HS) Columbia, SC (Heathwood Hall ES) Bowie, MD (Holy Cross HS) Charlotte, NC (Butler HS) South Norwalk, CT (Norwalk HS) Flint, MI (Flint Northwestern HS) Rochester, NY (East HS) North Augusta, SC (Strom Thurmond HS) Concord, NC (Concord HS) Fuquay Varina, NC (Southeast Raleigh HS)

HEAD COACH: Heather Macy ASSISTANT COACHES: Tiffany Tucker, Carol Sciaretta MANAGERS: Kendra Bothof, Alexis Felder, Priya Prioleau ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Murray Hartzler ATHLETIC TRAINERS: Spyder Webb , Joe Cauble SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR: Michael G. Hawkins Pronunciations: #4 E-mon-ee ; #10 MEAL-ing ; #11 SHANE-na ; #24 SEE-moan ; #44 TEE-on-a

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2009-10 OUTLOOK

Patriot Women say “Feel the Heat” in 2009-10 With four returning starters from a Sweet Sixteen squad and a team that led the nation in scoring each of the past two years, the Francis Marion University women’s basketball team has adopted the slogan “Feel the Heat” for the 2009-10 campaign that begins on Nov. 15.

Coleman and 5-8 freshman guard

“Shannon has picked up where she left off last season, and is in the best physical shape of her career. She is more comfortable in the ‘go-to’ player role.” Her modest scoring average led a very balanced scoring attack last season that saw six players average over 9.9 ppg.

FMU, 27-5 last season, just missed out on earning a preseason national ranking by one point in the USA Today/ESPN Division II Top 25 Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Patriots ended last year ranked 14th nationally after winning their second consecutive Peach Belt Conference regular-season championship and making a second straight NCAA Tournament appearance. “This is the deepest, most talented team I have had in my time at Francis Marion,” said third-year FMU head coach Heather Macy. “By far, this is the best defensive squad we have assembled – having improved through all five positions. We are also better at rebounding. With all the new faces trying to mesh together, we are still working on the offensive part of the game, but that explosion will happen at some point in the season once everyone becomes ingrained in our system.” The returning starters include 5-10 junior guard Robin Colbert (6.4 ppg, 4.9 rpg 3.2 apg), 5-8 senior guard Shana Franks (12.8 ppg), 6-0 junior center Danelle Downs (4.2 ppg 4.1 rpg), and 5-10 junior swing player Shannon Singleton-Bates (13.0 ppg 5.1 rpg). Singleton-Bates was an AllConference and honorable-mention All-American selection last year. Also returning is 5-5 senior guard Eboni Fields who came off the bench last year to average 9.9 ppg and connected on 35.8 percent of her three-point attempts. Macy gains the services of two players, 5-10 guard-forward Dawn

as seven newcomers are on the roster. However, as we get ready to tip it off, the new players must jump in and perform.”

Ana Imani, who redshirted last season at FMU. Coleman transferred from Old Dominion University in 2008. Seven new faces join the roster: 510 senior forward Nicole Mealing (transfer from Augusta State Univ.), 5-10 senior forward Precious Tucker (High Point), 5-6 senior guard Tiffany Wilson (Monroe Community College), 5-5 junior guard Monica Mann (Georgia State), 5-10 sophomore forward Simone Trice (Georgia Tech), and 5-8 freshmen guards Courtney Mealing (Strom Thurmond High School) and Kristen Dickerson (Heathwood Hall Episcopal School). The Mealings are sisters, and Nicole averaged 14 ppg and 6.9 rpg last season at ASU, including a 28-point, 22rebound game in a 93-90 loss to Francis Marion last January. Courtney Mealing was named the 2009 South Carolina Class AA Player of the Year after averaging 29.3 points, 6.8 rebounds, 4.3 assists, and 4.2 steals per game. “I have been very pleased with the leadership of our returnees, especially Robin, who attended an NCAA Leadership Conference last summer. Players have been coaching players 4

“The new players have embraced our philosophy. Dawn can score and rebound, and once she gets in the flow after basically missing two seasons, I expect good things from her. I love the way Courtney and Nicole have shot the ball in the preseason. Simone and Precious have both been animals on the boards. Monica is an exciting addition at the point. After rehabbing from an ACL injury, she will get her first game action in the opener on Sunday.” “We have never been picked to win the Peach Belt in my three seasons, but we hope to again surprise folks and challenge for the title. We have beefed up our non-conference schedule, including the two road exhibitions we played at UNC (loss) and Winthrop (win). It is also nice to open the regular season with seven straight home games.” The Patriots, 14-1 at home last season, have won 143 of their last 182 home contests in the Smith University Center. “We are very excited to get to play in the Carolina’s Challenge at Myrtle Beach on December 20, and appear on the same bill as UNC, USC, and Coastal Carolina.” 2009-10 PBC Pre-Season Poll No. Team (1st) Total 1. Clayton State (7) 137 2. Francis Marion (2) 131 3. Lander (3) 120 4. Columbus State 104 4. GCSU (1) 104

2009-10 HEAD COACH

HEATHER MACY 3rd year at FMU

Heather Macy is preparing for her third season as the head coach for women's basketball at Francis Marion University. Her two-year coaching record at Francis Marion is 48-14 and her four-year career mark is 88-34. This past year (2008-09), she directed the Patriots to a 27-5 record, a No. 14 national ranking, a secondstraight Peach Belt Conference regular-season championship, and a second consecutive NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance where the team advanced to the round of Sweet Sixteen. Also for the second year in a row, Francis Marion led Division II in scoring offense (88.1 ppg) and steals per game (19.4). It marked the third time in three seasons that a Macy coached team led the nation in scoring offense. She also earned conference Coach of the Year honors for a third straight season (twice in the Peach Belt).

In her first year (2007-08), she guided Francis Marion to a 21-9 record after inheriting a 6-22 squad. The 21-9 mark equaled the largest won-loss turn-around in NCAA Division II last year, and the eighth-best ever. The Patriots captured a share of the PBC regular-season title and earned a bid to the national tournament, where the program served as the host for the South Atlantic Regional. FMU led the nation in scoring offense (89.3 ppg) and steals per game (18.5 per game). Macy was named to head the program on March 21, 2007, and became the 10th head coach in the storied history of the FMU program, and the youngest new coach since Sherri Tynes took over the coaching reigns as a 27-year-old in 1988. The Hamptonville, N.C., native came to Francis Marion after two seasons as head coach at Pfeiffer University. In 2006-07, she took the Falcons to a 26-5 record, the CVAC regular-season and tournament championships, and an appearance in the Division II national tournament. The team's record represented the fourth-best turnaround in Division II. She was named the CVAC Coach of the Year, and her squad led the nation in scoring (83.0 ppg). In her first season at Pfeiffer, her squad went 14-15 after she inherited only four returnees from an 8-20 squad. Her Pfeiffer team represented the United States in the Barbados vs. USA Friendship Basketball Tour dur-

Personal Information Heather M. Macy Quick Facts Birthdate: April 4, 1978 Hometown: Hamptonville, N.C. High School: Starmount High School College: Greensboro College, 2000 (B.S. degree cum laude in sport and exercise studies); University of Southern Mississippi, 2002 (M.S. degree in human performance and recreation). Coaching Experience 2000-01 Assistant Coach -- Catawba College, Salisbury, N.C. 2001-02 Assistant Coach -- Lenoir-Rhye College, Hickory, N.C. 2002-04 Assistant Coach -- High Point University, High Point, N.C. 2004-05 Assistant Coach -- University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore,Md. 2005-07 Head Coach -- Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, N.C. 2007-10 Head Coach -- Francis Marion University, Florence, S.C. 5

ing the summer of 2006. Her coaching resume also includes stints as an assistant at two Division I institutions, University of Maryland-Baltimore County and High Point University, and a pair of Division II schools, Lenoir-Rhyne College and Catawba College. In her six seasons as an assistant, her teams' combined records were 84-60. She served as head coach for a USA Athletes International squad that toured Australia in 2004 and won a gold medal with a 7-0 mark at the Australian Youth Games. She is founder of the highly-successful Focused 50 Basketball Camp, which is now held at FMU. She was a featured speaker at the 2008 South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association clinic in North Charleston, will speak at the 2009 Triad Coaches Clinic in Winston-Salem, N.C., and has been invited to speak at the NIKE Coaching Clinic in Myrtle Beach in April 2010. She also holds an annual coaches clinic at FMU in October. Macy received a B.S. degree in sport and exercise studies (cum laude) from Greensboro College, where she was a four-year letterwinner on the basketball court. She ended her career 11th on The Pride's career scoring list (707 points) and in the top 10 for assists (207). In 2002, she earned a master's degree in human performance and recreation from the University of Southern Mississippi. Upon her graduation, she quickly moved into the coaching ranks, accepting the position at Catawba. Macy as an Assistant Coach 2000-01 Catawba 25-5 * 2001-02 LRC 19-9 2002-03 High Point 18-12 2003-04 High Point 14-14 2004-05 UMBC 8-20 Macy as a Head Coach 2005-06 Pfeiffer 14-15 2006-07 Pfeiffer 26-5 * 2007-08 FMU 21-9 * 2008-09 FMU 27-5 * * NCAA II Tournament

From the Coach...................... Over the summer, I visited one of our biggest supporter’s beach home. As I walked into the dining room area I noticed a huge jigsaw puzzle that was only half way completed. The first thought that popped into my mind was how complicated it looked. It was so intricate and it obviously took an incredible amount of patience and poise to connect each piece so perfectly. The pieces were so tiny and most of them looked the same. It would have been easy to say that this jigsaw was too hard to put together and could have been left in a box on a shelf. However, our supporter later explained to me how it was a work in progress and that her son works on it each time he comes to visit. He is patient and diligent, and that is what it takes to put together a complicated puzzle. To start, all of the pieces were scattered on the table, but once the first two pieces were interlocked, we were able to build on those two as our foundation. Just when you think one little piece may be so insignificant, you find that it fits into a spot you have been stuck on for a while. The more our conversation progressed, the more I couldn’t help but think about the group of players we were in the process of forming. Our puzzle was somewhat connected, as we had seven key returning players that I felt were the foundation of our puzzle. These key pieces understand winning, understand work ethic, and understand the FMU Way. Now, the question is, could the eight new faces be willing and ready to add to the inner workings of our puzzle? To do this they must train harder than they have ever trained and commit themselves to being a part of something greater than themselves. I really feel our season is a work in progress and we need to be persistent in putting the pieces of our puzzle together to form a whole. You need to keep at it and don't turn away when you are stuck. We need to outwork everyone when we don’t know where to put one of the puzzle pieces. We still have some unanswered questions, but I know for sure that all of the pieces of our puzzle are here. I wake up every day with that puzzle on my mind. I see it all meshing together. I know that one day our puzzle will be whole. When that day comes, I will know that we were patient, worked diligently, and connected each part carefully to build this puzzle.

Sincerely, Coach Macy

2007-08 PBC Coach of the Year

2008-09 PBC Coach of the Year

2009-10 FMU Staff (L-R) Tucker, Macy, Sciaretta 6

ASSISTANT COACHES

Tiffany Tucker , 1st Year at FMU Tiffany D. Tucker enters her first season on the Francis Marion University bench as an assistant coach. Her primary responsibilities with the Patriots will include recruiting, onfloor coaching, individual player workouts, and pre- and post-season workouts. Tucker comes to Francis Marion after one season as an assistant coach at Division I Radford University. The Petersburg, Va., native is a 2006 graduate of the University of North Carolina, where she earned a B.A. degree in sports and business ethics. She played four seasons on Lady Tar Heels basketball team for former FMU head coach Sylvia Hatchell. She was a member of two Atlantic Coast Conference championship squads in 2004 and 2005, and her teams went to the NCAA Tournament all four years, including a 2004 trip to the Sweet Sixteen and a 2005 appearance in the Elite Eight. During her playing career, the 6-5 Tucker was awarded the UNC Coaches Award twice, in 2002 and 2004. She was also the first recipient of the UNC at Chapel Hill Osterneck Award for Inspiration after recovering from a serious knee injury suffered during her freshman season. While at UNC, Tucker served as a camp counselor and post development coach at the Sylvia Hatchell Basketball Camp, and later filled the capacity of Assistant Director of Summer Camps for the same summer event. Prior to coaching at Radford, she spent one season as an assistant at Allegheny College. Following her playing career, she served one year as an assistant varsity coach at Carrboro (N.C.) High School. She attended the 2009 WBCA Convention, as well as the 2009 Villa 7 event. She is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and the Black Coaches and Administrators Association. She recently graduated from the National Association for Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators/ Higher Education Resource Services (NACWAA/HERS) Institute. Off the basketball court, she has experience working as a mental health counselor and a child care counselor.

Carol Sciaretta , 2nd Year at FMU Carol Schnepp Sciaretta of Conway begins her second season as an assistant coach with the Francis Marion University women’s basketball program. Her primary responsibilities include recruiting, on-floor coaching, individual player workouts, pre- and postseason workouts, and helping in the area of academic support for team members. During her first year (2008-09) at Francis Marion, the Patriots posted a 27-5 record, earned a No. 14 national ranking, led the nation in scoring offense, captured the Peach Belt Conference regular-season title, and advanced to the round of Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA II Tournament. Sciaretta came to FMU from Arcadia University in Glenside, Pa., where she served as an assistant coach for three seasons. She aided in the rebuilding process for a program that plays in a very tough NCAA Division III conference. The Knights posted a three-year record of 29-46. While coaching, she also earned her master’s degree (M.Ed. and Elementary Education certification) from Arcadia in 2007. She also administered the honors math program (grades 4-8) at the Blue Ribbon School of St. Genevieve School for the 2007-08 academic year. She is a 2003 graduate of The Catholic University of America, where she earned a B.A. degree in business (marketing). A four-year starter on the basketball team, she ended her playing career as the school’s third-leading all-time scorer with 1,404 points. She twice earned All-Capitol Athletic Conference recognition, was a four-time All-CAC Academic Team honoree, and served as the Cardinals’ team captain for two seasons. Sciaretta previously coached in the Oreland (Pa.) Basketball Summer (Youth) League and has taken part in the Buzz Braman Offensive Skills Camp in Columbia, Md. 7

FMU PATRIOT WBB TIMELINE

PAST FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 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

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 2007-09

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 (2 years) 48-14

* 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 University of North Carolina

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

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 during the summer at the Country Club of South Carolina. In June 2004, she was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn.

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. 1986, Sylvia Hatchell accepts UNC head coaching position, replaced by Trudi Lacey

Trudi Lacey Former Head Coach/GM WNBA’sCharlotte Sting Current Queens coach

March 5, 1987, loses at North Georgia College 111-100 in the NAIA Bi-District XI game Feb. 13, 1988, beats Morris College 128-34, sets records 1988, Trudi Lacey accepts South Florida head coaching position, replaced by Sherri Tynes

Lacey served as both general manager and head coach of the WNBA’s Charlotte Sting for several seasons. Following two years as head coach at FMU, the former N.C. State star coached for eight seasons at the University of South Florida, and later worked with USA Basketball.

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

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

Feb. 25, 1998, wins Peach Belt Tournament, defeating Columbus State 71-67 March 1998, advances to Final Four of NCAA II national tournament in Pine Bluff, AR

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

1998, Wes Moore accepts UTC (Tennessee-Chattanooga) head coaching position, replaced by Lee Buchanan Nov. 1998, wins prestigious Disney Tip-Off Classic in Florida

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.

Feb. 1999, wins Peach Belt regular-season title with 16-0 mark

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

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2009-10 PATRIOTS

EBONI FIELDS Guard 5’5”, Sr., Hephzibah, Ga. Georgia State Univ./Laney Comp. HS

CAREER HIGHS 25 pts at No. Georgia (1-31-09) 10 reb vs St. Andrews (11-19-08)

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FMU: Returning letterwinner....Major contributor in Sweet 16 run of last season...PBC rankings: T-5th in 3FGM, 7th 3FG%, 29th in scoring....Able to score in a multiple of ways: driving, hitting the pull-up jumper, nailing a three...Great range on three-point shot....2009 PBC Presidential and FMU Swamp Fox Athletic-Academic honor rolls....Transfer from Georgia State University where she played two seasons....GSU: Last year, averaged 1.3 ppg and 0.7 rpg in 10 games....As a freshman, tallied 2.1 ppg and 0.8 rpg in 16 contests. PERSONAL: Born Eboni Latrice Fields in Augusta, Ga...Attended Lucy C. Laney Comprehensive High School and played for coaches Otis Smart and Carlotte Fields...4-year letterwinner (top scorer each year)...2081 career points...Senior stats: 23 ppg, 6 apg, 5 rpg, 4 spg...HM McDonald High School All-American...1st-team All-State as senior (honorable mention as a junior)....Named ‘06 Class AA Player of the Year by the Augusta Chronicle....’06 All-State....Led CSRA in scoring twice....Helped team a 4-year mark of 101-18 and 4 regional titles..Also lettered in track & field...Played softball...Hobbies include shopping. MAJOR: Business Management.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH EBONI ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Dwayne Wade, Ray Allen, LeBron James Favorite team: Cleveland Cavaliers Favorite movie: Love and Basketball, Dreamgirls Favorite food: Steak & shrimp Favorite thing about FMU: The basketball program What’s in my CD/iPOD: Lil’ Wayne Favorite Place on Campus: The gym Interesting fact about her: She plays the piano Favorite Quote: Shoot every shot like its your first Others may be surprised to know:: I ran the 300m in high school Best athletic moment: Hitting six threes in one game FMU made me better because: Taught me to work harder and believe in myself Pre-game superstition: Wearing long socks If I could visit anywhere in the world it would be: Paris Greatest influence in my life: My mother and grandmother

Fields and math professor Dr. Bill Whitmire

06-07, 07-08 STATS at Georgia State University, 08-09 STATS at Francis Marion University YEAR 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 16-0 10-3 32-0 58-3

MPG 5.8 7.6 16.5 12.0

FGM-FGA 14-39 5-27 105-279 124-345

PCT FTM-FTA 35.9 2-4 18.5 0-0 37.6 40-53 35.9 42-57

PCT 50.0 00.0 75.5 73.7

REB 12 7 74 93

Three-Point Shots: 3-16 in 2006-07; 3-15 in 2007-08; 68-190 in 2008-09

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AVG 0.8 0.7 2.3 1.6

PF-D 7-0 2-0 43-0 52-0

AST 5 4 22 31

TO 10 7 41 58

BLK 0 1 5 6

STL 4 2 23 29

PTS 33 13 318 364

AVG 2.1 1.3 9.9 6.3

2009-10 PATRIOTS

DAWN COLEMAN Guard-Forward 5’10”, Sr., Queens Village, N.Y. Old Dominion Univ./Francis Lewis HS

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....Sat out the 2008-09 season....Tremendous athlete....Can score and defend....Transfer from Old Dominion University where she played one season....Played two seasons at Monroe Community College....ODU: Averaged 1.0 ppg and 0.4 rpg in limited playing time in 2007-08 for a 31-5 squad that advanced to the NCAA I Sweet Sixteen........MCC: As a freshman helped team to a 31-1 record and the NJCAA Division I national championship....Averaged 11.3 ppg, 4.3 rpg, and 1.6 spg as Lady Tribunes went 30-3 and finished seventh in the nation....Named to Western New York Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team. PERSONAL: Born Dawn Coleman in Queens, N.Y.....Attended Francis Lewis High School and played for coach Michael Eisenberg.....McDonald’s All-American nominee.....Averaged 15.3 ppg, 7.8 rpg, and 2.1 apg as a senior....Team captain and MVP as a senior....MSG Honorable Mention....All-Queens 2nd-team....Hall of Fame inductee....Second on school’s career scoring list....First in career rebounds (700)....Has two sisters and three brothers, all older....Hobbies include playing video games and shopping....Nickname is Dawny. MAJOR: History. GETTING PERSONAL WITH DAWN ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Dwight Howard Favorite team: New York Liberty Favorite movie: He Got Game Favorite TV Show: Law & Order SVU Favorite food: Chicken, Lasagna Favorite thing about FMU: The palm tress and small campus What’s in my CD/iPOD: Nas, Maino, Fabolous Interesting fact about her: I can play two instruments Favorite Quote:Don’t expect more when you put in less work than everyone else Favorite ESPN moment: Watching President Obama play basketball Not many people know: I play two instruments Others may be surprised to know: Great-grandfather was a German immigrant Best athletic moment: Winning the national title at Monroe Community College When I was little, I wanted to be: Astronaut If I was stranded on a desert island, I would want: My cell phone, my laptop, lasagna, limeade, and a charger for my phone. FMU made me better because: The coaching staff and teammates helped me find my worth after I felt I lost it. Their caring made me appreciate people more.

STATS at Old Dominion University YEAR 2007-08

G-GS 5-0

MPG 3.6

FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA 1-6 16.7 2-4

PCT 50.0

REB 2

Three-Point Shots: 1-3 in 2007-08

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AVG 0.4

PF-D 1-0

AST 0

TO 0

BLK 0

STL 2

PTS 5

AVG 1.0

2009-10 PATRIOTS

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SHANA FRANKS

Guard 5’8”, Sr., Wilmington, N.C. East Carolina Univ./John T. Hoggard HS

FMU: Part-time starter last year....Very physical player....Has a great feel for the game....Can play either guard position....Can defend baseline to baseline....Good shooting range....Added leadership to the squad....Can take control of a game....’09 PBC rankings: 9th in scoring and 10th in steals....Scored in double figures 22 times (4 20-point games)....Transfer from East Carolina University where she played two seasons....ECU: As a sophomore, appeared in 27 games and averaged 2.4 ppg and 1.6 rpg....Freshman stats: 1.6 ppg,1.7 rpg for a 19-14 Pirates squad that won the Conference USA title and went to the NCAA I Tournament. PERSONAL: Born Shana Shanese Franks in Wilmington, N.C.....Attended John T. Hoggard High School and played for coach Columbus Pridgen.....4-year letterwinner.....Senior stats: CAREER HIGHS 18.5 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 5.5 apg....Team captain for final two seasons....Junior stats: 16 ppg, 8 30 pts vs St. Andrews (11-19-08) rpg, 6 apg....First-team All-Area, Team MVP, and Mideastern Conference Player of the 10 reb vs Clayton St. (3-16-09) Year, first-team Wilmington Star News....Led Vikings to the All-Area championship in 2004....Also lettered in softball....Nickname is Shay. MAJOR: Business. GETTING PERSONAL WITH SHANA ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite movie: The Mummy Favorite food: Pasta Favorite thing about FMU: The Smith University Center What’s in my CD/iPOD: Mix between Pop and Hip Hop Favorite Place on Campus: The gym and pool Interesting fact about her: I like to dance in front of the mirror Best thing about playing in the Smith University Center: The environment My favorite summer activity was: Working at Chucky-E-Cheese’s 3 words to describe me: Funny, Outgoing, Friendly If I could play 1-on-1 with anyone: Kobe Bryant Community Service moment to remember: Playing with kids at YMCA Interesting fact about her: A friend plays in the WNBA What made you choose FMU: Coach Macy, the campus, the team

Franks and business professor Dr. Joe Aniello

06-07, 07-08 STATS at East Carolina University, 08-09 STATS at Francis Marion University YEAR 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 20-0 27-4 32-20 79-24

MPG 6.5 10.5 22.0 14.1

FGM-FGA 12-38 21-69 153-348 186-455

PCT FTM-FTA 31.6 7-8 30.4 21-32 44.0 72-102 40.9 100-142

PCT 87.5 65.6 70.6 70.4

REB 34 42 117 193

Three-Point Shots: 0-1 in 2006-07; 1-6 in 2007-08; 32-99 in 2008-09

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AVG 1.7 1.6 3.7 2.4

PF-D 14-0 36-2 94-0 144-2

AST 5 12 56 73

TO 19 30 89 138

BLK 1 1 5 7

STL 4 12 67 83

PTS 31 64 410 505

AVG 1.6 2.4 12.8 6.4

2009-10 PATRIOTS

TIFFANY WILSON Guard 5’6”, Sr., Rochester, N.Y. Monroe Community College/East HS

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....Attended FMU last year but did not play basketball....Adds depth to the backcourt....Left-handed...Distributes the ball well....Good court vision....Can score and penetrate....Transfer from Monroe Community College....MCC: Helped the Lady Tribunes to the 2006 national championship (31-1 record) and a seventh-place finish (30-2 record) in 2007....Sophomore stats: 4.6 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 5.7 apg, 2.3 spg (committed only 50 turnovers). PERSONAL: Born Tiffany Renee Wilson in St. Louis, Mo.....Attended East High School and played for coach Betty Rich.....4-year starter....3-time team most valuable player....2005 Player of the Year.... Rochster’s 2005 Ronald McDonald All-Star Game....Birds Eye Food Player of the Week (4 times)....Street & Smith HM All-American....All-State....All-Greater Rochester Player of the Year....Led team to the League championship in 2003 and 2005....Also played soccer....3-time team most valuable player on the pitch....Hobbies include reading fictional novels by black authors, listening to music, taking walks. MAJOR: General Business. GETTING PERSONAL WITH TIFFANY ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite movie: Harry Potter (all of them) Favorite food: Cereal Favorite thing about FMU: Small but convenient What’s in my CD/iPOD: Lil’ Wayne, Jay-Z Interesting fact about her: Only girl of seven siblings, cousin of BB King, trained by former ABA and NBA player Glenn Hagen Favorite ESPN moment: When Kobe scored 81 points Best advice I ever received: My aunt told me “Live to learn, learn to live” Best athletic moment: Winning the national championship (at Monroe CC) Best personal moment: Graduating in the Top 10% of my class of 525 When I was little, I wanted to be: A gymnast Biggest pet peeve: People eating off my plate with my utencil The best thing about FMU is: The dedication of the basketball staff, professors to help you succeed in every possible way If I was stranded on a desert island I would want: An endless supply of cereal (Frosted Flakes, Lucky Charms, or Captain Crunch Crunch Berries) FMU made me better because: I have grown in many levels in my life such as: leadership, communication, dedication, hard-work, valuing friendship and people in general, and having value and appreciation for giving back to the community.

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Wilson and Dr. Barry O’Brien, dean of the School of Business

2009-10 PATRIOTS

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NICOLE MEALING

Forward 5’10”, Sr., North Augusta, S.C. Augusta State Univ./Strom Thurmond HS

CAREER HIGHS 28 pts vs Francis Marion (1-21-09) 22 reb vs Francis Marion (1-21-09)

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Good scorer....Accomplished rebounder....Will add immediately to the Patriot attack....Older sister of Courtney Mealing....Transfer from Augusta State University....ASU: Team’s leading scorer (14.7 ppg) last year....2009 PBC rankings: 4th in scoring, 4th in 3FGM, 12th in rebounding, and 14th 3FG%....Seven double doubles last season....Had 28-point, 22-rebound game vs FMU on 1/21/2009....Has appeared in 77 career games (31 starts). PERSONAL: Born Nicole Mealing in Augusta, Ga.....Attended Strom Thurmond High School....4-time All-Region pick....4-time All-CSRA selection by the Augusta Chronicle....Senior stats: 15 ppg, 5 rpg, 4 apg, 3 spg, 36% 3FG%, 95% FT%....MVP of the South Carolina team in the GA/SC All-Star game....2005 All-State team....Hobbies include talking on the phone and playing XBOX 360. MAJOR: Sociology.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH NICOLE ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Nikki Teasley, Diana Taurasi, Paul Pierce, Kobe Bryant, Marion Jones Favorite team: Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Sparks Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite food: Shrimp, crab legs, and eggs Favorite thing about FMU: The gym Favorite book: Addicted by Zane What’s in my CD/iPOD: Yung LA, Lil’ Wayne, J Money, Drake Interesting fact about her: I don’t eat beef or pork and I don’t drink sodas Best athletic moment: Hitting nine threes in an AAU game When I was little I wanted to be: A grown up (now I want to be little again) If I was stranded on a desert island, I would want: My phone, lap top, food, water, clothes, soap, and toilet paper Person from history I would most want to meet: Barack Obama (because he made history) The best thing about FMU: The fans ! Career goal: To win a national championship

Mealing and sociology department professor Dr. Terri Earnest

STATS at Augusta State University YEAR 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 28-10 30-3 19-18 77-31

MPG 18.4 20.3 28.6 21.7

FGM-FGA 78-183 100-253 103-254 281-690

PCT FTM-FTA 42.6 22-33 39.5 31-42 40.6 29-33 40.7 82-108

PCT 66.7 73.8 87.9 75.9

REB 108 140 136 384

Three-Point Shots: 35-9 in 2006-07; 59-155 in 2007-08; 44-132 in 2008-09

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AVG 3.9 4.7 7.2 5.0

PF-D 42-1 49-0 49-1 140-2

AST 27 31 35 93

TO 41 51 63 155

BLK 6 9 8 23

STL 25 24 19 68

PTS 213 290 279 782

AVG 7.6 9.7 14.7 10.2

2009-10 PATRIOTS

PRECIOUS TUCKER Forward 5’10”, Sr., Concord, N.C. High Point University/Concord HS

CAREER HIGHS 16 pts at Coastal Caro. (1-5-09) 12 reb vs Radford (1-10-09)

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....Very athletic....Good rebounder....Runs the floor well....Possible starter along the frontline....Accomplished shot blocker....Will add to the Patriot inside game....Transfer from High Point University where she played three seasons....HPU: Averaged 4.5 ppg and 5.1 rpg in 30 games (7 starts) last year for a 15-16 Panthers squad....Played in 90 career games (15 starts). PERSONAL: Born Andrea Renee Tucker in New York City (Manhattan), N.Y.....Graduated from Concord High School and played for coach Angela Morton.....All-Conference....2-time team most valuable player....2-time team captain....Recieved East/West All-Star recognition....Scholar-Athlete award winner....US Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete award....Also ran track....Graduated cum laude....National Honor Society....National Art Society.... Hobbies include writing.....Nickname is Precious. MAJOR: Marketing.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH PRECIOUS ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant, Demarcus Post Favorite team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite movie: Glory Road Favorite food: Baked mac and cheese Favorite thing about FMU: My coach’s vision and the marketing department What’s in my CD/iPOD: Kanye West, Lil’ Wayne Interesting fact about her: I have stage fright every game Best moment of FMU career: Knowing athat I would be a part of something big Favorite summer activity: Pool parties and movie nights Not many people know: I am originally from New York City If I could compete in the Olympics in any sport other than basketball: Track & Field (high jump) Brush with greatness: High school coach Angela Morton

Tucker and dean of the School of Business, Dr. Barry O’Brien

STATS at High Point University YEAR 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 30-3 30-5 30-7 90-15

MPG 10.8 13.0 17.2 13.7

FGM-FGA 29-79 51-117 59-144 139-340

PCT FTM-FTA 36.7 11-18 43.6 11-25 41.0 17-40 40.9 39-83

PCT 61.1 44.0 42.5 47.0

REB 85 113 154 352

Three-Point Shots: 0-0 in 2006-07; 0-0 in 2007-08; 0-0 in 2008-09

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AVG 2.8 3.8 5.1 3.9

PF-D 40-0 63-2 54-0 157-2

AST 7 11 11 29

TO 21 27 40 88

BLK 10 8 17 35

STL 12 11 18 41

PTS 69 113 135 317

AVG 2.3 3.8 4.5 3.5

2009-10 PATRIOTS

MONICA MANN Guard 5’5”, Jr., Smyrna, Ga. Georgia State University/Campbell HS

CAREER HIGHS 18 pts at Northeastern (2-24-08) 9 assts at Towson (3-2-08)

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FMU: First-year player at FMU.....Good ballhandler....Has the skills to lead our transition attack....Possesses good experience and maturity....Sees the floor well....Adds depth and D1 exprience to our backcourt.....Transfer from NCAA Division I Georgia State University....GSU: Injured knee after five games of third season....Averaged 4.3 ppg and 3.7 apg as a sophomore, appearing in 29 games (15 starts)....Ranked fifth in the CAA n assists/TO ratio in 2007-08 and ninth in assists....Teammate of current Patriot Eboni Fields at GSU. PERSONAL: Born Monica LaTrice Mann in Smyrna, Ga......Attended Campbell High School and played for coach Randy McClure.....Career averages of 16.8 ppg, 5.4 apg, 4.6 spg....3year letterwinner...Ranked by Roundball Journal as the sixth-best PG in the Southeast heading into the 2005-06 season...Junior stats: 13 ppg 8 apg....Marietta Daily Journal Player of the Week....2nd-team All-Cobb County for 2004-05....Earned team awards for assists and defense....Lettered two years in softball....Hobbies include drawing....Nickname is Tree of Mont. MAJOR: Sociology.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH MONICA ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Johnny Flynn, Josh Smith, LeBron James, Sherill Baker, Tamera Young Favorite team: all Atlanta professional teams Favorite movie: The Players Club, He Got Game Favorite food: Auntie Dot’s Mac & Cheese Favorite thing about FMU: The campus What’s in my CD/iPOD: Atlanta artists Interesting fact about her: WNBA player Sherill Baker is her cousin Favorite ESPN moment: Syracuse vs. UConn 6OT instant classic Favorite Quote: God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference. Best athletic moment: Using my crossover to make a girl lose her shoe If I could visit anywhere in the world it would be: Paris (to shop) Person from history I’d like to meet: Rosa Parks (so I can ask her how she became such a strong black woman) Pre-game superstition: Eat a can of pears and listen to my iPOD Career goal: To win a national championship (or two) Mann with Robin Parker

STATS at Georgia State University YEAR 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 6-0 29-15 5-0 40-15

MPG 2.5 23.4 8.8 17.4

FGM-FGA 2-6 41-124 1-3 44-133

PCT FTM-FTA PCT 33.3 2-2 100.0 33.1 25-58 43.1 33.3 2-4 50.0 33.1 29-64 45.3

REB 7 56 3 66

Three-Point Shots: 1-2 in 2006-07; 17-59 in 2007-08; 0-1 in 2008-09

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AVG 0.4 1.9 0.6 1.7

PF-D 3-0 74-1 4-0 81-1

AST 6 106 13 125

TO 4 74 6 84

BLK 0 2 0 2

STL 4 38 8 50

PTS 7 124 4 135

AVG 1.4 4.3 0.8 3.4

2009-10PATRIOTS PATRIOTS 2008-09

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ROBIN COLBERT

Guard 5’10”, Jr., Mitchellville, Md. Appalachian State Univ./Acad. of Holy Cross

FMU: Returning starter....Second on the team in assists and steals....2nd in PBC in steals (19th nationally), 7th in FT%, and 8th in assists and assists/TO ratio....Very versatile at the guard spot....An asset on offense....Very disruptive on defensive end....Great athlete....Distributes the ball well....Good court vision....Runs the floor well...Transfer from Appalachian State University, where she played one season...Member of FMU’s SAAC.....APP ST: Appeared in 27 games, 22 starts, averaged 4.9 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 2.4 apg, and 2.0 spg....Blocked 10 shots....Was second on team in assists. PERSONAL: Born Robin Denise Colbert in Bowie, Md.....Attended The Academy of the Holy Cross and played for coach Russell Davis.....Senior stats: 10 ppg, 6 apg, while leading team to a 25-5 record and the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference and City-Title CAREER HIGHS championships...All-Conference and second-team All-Metro as a senior....Honorable men17 pts at N.C. St. (11-13-07) tion All-Metro as a junior and sophomore....Two-time team MVP.....MVP at 2006 IAABO 11 reb at No. Georgia (1-31-09) Holiday Tournament....4-year letterwinner....Father (Robert) played for the N.Y. Giants in 8 assists vs ECU (11-28-07) the NFL....Hobbies include shopping and watching movies. MAJOR: Accounting. GETTING PERSONAL WITH ROBIN ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Dwayne Wade Favorite team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite movie: Too Wong Foo, Love & Basketball Favorite food: Whatever my mom cooks Favorite thing about FMU: The atmosphere What’s in my CD/iPOD: R&B Favorite Place on Campus: My gym Interesting facts about her: I have 5 brothers; Dad played for the NY Giants Best athletic moment: When my AAU team won nationals When I was little I wanted to be: A news reporter Favorite Coach Macy saying: “Bless her” Biggest pet peeve: Losing In 10 years I would like to be: Coaching Pre-game superstition: BThat I’m going to forget all the plays If I could visit anywhere in the world: Jamaica

Colbert and business professor Mary Dittman

07-08 STATS at Appalachian State University; 08-09 STATS at Francis Marion University YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 27-22 32-31 59-53

MPG 25.2 24.7 24.9

FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA 40-120 33.3 47-74 66-167 39.5 69-89 106-287 36.9 116-163

PCT 63.5 77.5 71.2

REB 97 156 253

Three-Point Shots: 5-18 in 2007-08; 5-24 in 2008-09

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AVG 3.6 4.9 4.3

PF-D 76-0 90-2 166-2

AST 64 102 166

TO 82 87 169

BLK 10 23 33

STL 55 103 158

PTS 132 206 338

AVG 4.9 6.4 5.7

2009-10 PATRIOTS

DANELLE DOWNS Forward-Center 6’0”, Jr., Charlotte, N.C. Charleston Southern Univ./Butler HS

CAREER HIGHS 10 pts vs St. Andrews (11-19-08) 9 reb vs Erskine (11-29-08)

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FMU: Returning starter....Helped team reach Sweet 16 of 2009 NCAA Tournament.....Great athlete....Fierce rebounder....Good defender....Runs the floor well in transition....Added immediate help in the frontcourt in 2008-09....Member of FMU’s SAAC....Transfer from Charleston Southern University....CSU: Averaged 1.1 ppg, 0.7 rpg in 14 games as a freshman. PERSONAL: Born Danelle Alyce Downs in Charlotte, N.C.....Attended Butler High School and played for coach Stephanie Butler.....As a senior, averaged 9 ppg 13 rpg, 5 apg and earned AAAA All-Conference honors....Team’s Top Defensive award....2-year starter.....Helped BHS to consecutive conference championships in 2006 and 2007....Also an All-Conference performer in track....National Honor Society....Named a Charlotte Observer Top Scholar.....Hobbies include swimming, hanging out, shopping, and reading.....Nickname is Dee. MAJOR: Biology.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH DANELLE ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: LeBron James Favorite movie: Love and Basketball, Chicago, Don’t Be a Menace Favorite food: Macaroni and cheese, Peach Cobbler Favorite thing about FMU: The home-game fans What’s in my CD/iPOD: Lil’ Wayne, Keri Hilson, Jerimsh Favorite Place on Campus: The pool Favorite Book: My Sister’s Keeper by Jody Picoult ; Harry Potter series Interesting fact about her: Double-jointed in shoulders and elbows Brush with greatness: Once met Barack Obama Best advice I ever received: Take what you’ve learned in the past and apply it to your future...it will take you much further than you ever imagined. When I was little, I wanted to be: A figure skater/astronaut/fighter pilot/model If I could visit anywhere in the world: The Great Barrier Reef FMU made me better because:Inspired me to be a champion in everything I do Why I would like to meet Rosa Parks: To meet someone with that much courage & dedication to the cause she was fighting for would be an honor. Downs and sociology professor Dr. Rusty Ward

07-08 STATS at Charleston Southern University; 08-09 at Francis Marion University YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 14-0 32-31 46-31

MPG 6.1 16.2 13.1

FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA 4-18 22.2 7-13 54-116 46.6 25-47 58-134 43.3 32-60

PCT 53.8 53.2 53.3

REB 10 131 141

Three-Point Shots: 0-0 in 2007-08; 0-0 in 2008-09

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AVG 0.7 4.1 3.1

PF-D 14-0 95-4 109-4

AST 2 10 12

TO 10 58 68

BLK 1 7 8

STL 3 23 26

PTS 15 133 148

AVG 1.1 4.2 3.2

2009-10 PATRIOTS

SHANNON SINGLETON-BATES

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Guard 5’10”, Jr., South Norwalk, Conn. South Norwalk HS

CAREER HIGHS 27 pts at Ga. SW (1-3-09) 13 reb at Lander (2-16-09)

FMU: Returning starter and 2-year letterwinner...2009-10 Pre-Season PBC All-Conference Team...HM All-American and PBC All-Conference in ‘09...Led team in scoring last year, 4th as a freshman on nation’s top scoring team both years....Led team in rebounding last year...’09 PBC rankings: 5th in scoring, 13th FT%, 15th in blocks...Very athletic...Can score, rebound, and defend...Scored in double figures 38 times (6 20-pt games)....Named MVP of Lady Cobra Classic (Dec.2008)...’08 PBC rankings: 12th FG%, 28th in scoring. PERSONAL: Born Shannon Marquera Singleton-Bates in Stamford, Conn.....Attended Norwalk High School and played for coach Rick Fuller.....Senior stats: 23.1 ppg, 3.2 apg, 2.8 spg, 1.4 bpg....Ranked among Top 10 in her area for 3-point and free throw percentages....Leading scorer in area....Area’s 2006 and 2007 Player of Year....Played in Connecticut All-Star game....2-time first-team All-State....3-time All-Conference.....Junior stats: 21 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 3.3 spg....Surpassed 1,300 career points.....Hobbies include hanging out with friends.....Nickname is Shan or Rook. MAJOR: Sociology/Business Management.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH SHANNON ------------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: LeBron James, Michael Jordan Favorite team: UConn Favorite movie: The Dark Knight, Love and Basketball, GI Joe Favorite food: Buffalo chicken strips and french fries Favorite thing about FMU: The fountain What’s in my CD/iPOD: Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Drake Favorite Place on Campus: The UC (Smith University Center) Others may be surprised to know: I hate talking on the phone Best athletic moment: Advancing to the NCAA Regional final If I could visit anywhere in the world: Spain and Africa Favorite Coach Macy saying: “Other end” Dinner with 3 people would be: Meagan Goode, Lauren London, Meagan Fox In 10 years: I would like to own a barber shop Greatest influence on my life: My brother When I was little I wanted to be: Professional basketball player

Singleton-Bates receives All-Conference award from PBC Commissioner Dave Brunk

YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G-GS 30-20 32-31 62-51

MPG 20.1 24.9 22.6

FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA 128-265 48.3 42-55 166-381 43.6 75-100 294-646 45.5 117-155

PCT 76.4 75.0 75.5

REB 134 164 298

Three-Point Shots: 3-17 in 2007-08; 10-34 in 2008-09

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AVG 4.5 5.1 4.8

PF-D 79-3 64-2 143-5

AST 13 28 41

TO 53 87 140

BLK 4 17 21

STL 44 46 90

PTS 301 417 718

AVG 10.0 13.0 11.6

2009-10 PATRIOTS

SIMONE TRICE Forward 5’10”, So., Flint, Mich. Georgia Tech/Flint Northwestern HS

CAREER HIGHS 3 pts at Savannah St. (2-11-09) 1 reb on four occasions

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....Transferred from Georgia Tech....Can play inside and outside...Good rebounder in traffic....A constant mismatch for opponents on offense...GT: Averaged 0.5 ppg and 0.7 rpg in six games for 22-10 Yellow Jacket squad in 2008-09....Sat out 2007-08 season with an injury. PERSONAL: Born Simone Renee Trice in Flint, Mich...Attended Flint Northwestern High School and played for coach Darnell Ross...4-time All-State choice...Scored 1000 points and grabbed 1000 rebounds in career...2-year team captain...2007 Ms. Basketball candidate...member of city championship volleyball teams in ‘05 and ‘06...Played softball, ran track...National Honor Society...All-American Scholar...Salutatorian of graduating class...Hobbies include shopping. MAJOR: Biology.

GETTING PERSONAL WITH SIMONE ---------------------------------------------------Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite movie: The Hangover Favorite food: Tacos Favorite thing about FMU: Women’s Basketball team What’s in my CD/iPOD: A mix of just about everything Favorite TV Show: First 48 Hours Favorite book: The Bible Favorite Quote: Do my best and let God do the Rest Best athletic moment: Reached 1000 points and 1000 rebounds in high school If I were stranded on a desert island, I would want: A lot of orange packs of skittles and a cell phone with no roaming charges Career goal: Be a dentist Biggest pet peeve: Someone taking the first or the last of something I have Greatest influence in my life: My parents Trice and Dr. Rebecca Lawson, director of the FMU Counseling and Testing Center

STATS at Georgia Tech YEAR 2008-09

G-GS 6-0

MPG 1.5

FGM-FGA PCT FTM-FTA 1-1 100.0 1-4

PCT 25.0

REB 4

Three-Point Shots: 0-0 in 2008-09

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AVG 0.7

PF-D 0-0

AST 0

TO 0

BLK 0

STL 1

PTS 3

AVG 0.5

ANA IMANI Guard 5’8”, Fr., Chesapeake, Va. Worcester (Mass.) Academy

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....Redshirted during the 2008-09 season after suffering a leg injury during the preseason....Has the ability to score in a variety of ways....Three-point shooting range...Coming from a prep school, she will add experience to the backcourt. PERSONAL: Born Adriana Danielle Imani in Waukengan, Ill.....Attended Worcester (Mass.) Academy and played for coach Sherry Levin....A 2007 graduate of Western Branch High School where she played for coach Kim Aston.....In 2007-08, averaged 16.1 ppg 4 apg, 3 rpg, and 3 spg for a 17-3 Worcester squad....MVP of 2008 Assist All-Star Game in Richmond, Va.....As a senior at WBHS, was the 8th leading scorer in the Tidewater area at 15.7 ppg....’06 and ‘07 1st-team Southeastern District and All-City...Fairfax Stars AAU program ...Hobbies include listening to music, watching movies, video games..Nickname is Ana. MAJOR: Biology. GETTING PERSONAL WITH ANA -------------------------------------------------------------------

Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite movie: Breakfast Club, Scary Movie 2 Favorite food: Grilled shrimp, Tacos Favorite thing about FMU: Women’s Basketball program What’s in my CD/iPOD:Beyonce, Drake, Jay-Z, Lil’ Wayne Favorite TV Show: The Office , Law & Order:SVU Favorite book: Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult Others may be surprised to know: I like to write short stories If I were stranded on a desert island, I would want: a speedboat with GPS Person from history, I’;d most like to meet: Malcolm X Career goal: Be a successful physical therapist Interesting family note: Cousin Maestro Harrel is an actor and musician When I was little I wanted to be: a secret agent Greatest influence in my life: My mother

TIAHANA BOWENS

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Forward 6’0”, Jr., Fuquay Varina, N.C. East Carolina Univ./Southeast Raleigh HS

FMU: First-year player at FMU....Joined squad in December 2009 after transferring from East Carolina...Good athlete...Strong post play....ECU: Appeared in 28 games last year (3 starts), 3.5 ppg, 3.9 rpg...As a freshman played in 28 games (2 starts), 2.3 ppg, 2.8 rpg. PERSONAL: Tiahana Sheltrice Bowens.....Attended Southeast Raleigh High School and played for coaches William Powell and Nicole Simpson....As a junior in 2005-06, averaged 17 ppg, 10 rpg, 2 apg, 2 spg, 2 blocks per game, while earning Greater Neuse River Conference Player of the Year honors....Led SE Raleigh to a 22-1 record and the 2006 NCHSAA Sectional Finals....Ranked 30th in nation at wing/forwaard position, and 166th best overall player by The All-Star Girls Report....Led her AAU squad (Team NC) to the Junior Olympics championships....Hobbies include shopping, bowling, playing pool, and swimming. MAJOR: Mass Communications. 20

COURTNEY MEALING Guard 5’8”, Fr., North Augusta, S.C. Strom Thurmond HS

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....Can score in a variety of ways.....Perfect fit for FMU offensive system....Great competitor....Great potential....Good shooter and driver. PERSONAL: Born Courtney Shanta Mealing in Augusta, Ga...Attended Strom Thurmond High School where she played for coach Jessica Parker....2009 Class AA Player of the Year...Averaged 29.3 ppg, 6.8 rpg, 4.3 apg, 4.2 spg as a senior....4-time All-Region pick (twice 3-AA Region Player of the Year)...2-time Augusta Chronicle All-Area South Carolina Girls Player of the Year...3-time All-State...Scored 21 points in 2009 Carolinas All-Star Classic...6-year starter...Career averages of 20.8 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 3.1 apg...School-record 2,781 career points...Hobbies include bowling, shopping, chillin’, and ping pong. MAJOR: Sociology. GETTING PERSONAL WITH COURTNEY

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Favorite athlete:Diana Taurasi,Dwayne Wade,Kobe Bryant Favorite team: FMU, UNC, Phoenix Mercury Favorite movie: Love & Basketball Favorite food: Chicken Favorite thing about FMU: The coaches, players, campus What’s in my CD/iPOD: Lil’ Wayne, J-Money, Rap, R&B Favorite Place on Campus: The gym Favrorite Quote: Never give up when you have something left to give. Nothing is really over until the moment you stop trying. Favorite Book: For the Love of the Game by Michael Jordan Others may be surprised to know: I scored 2,781 career points in high school Pre-game superstition: Pray, listen to music, relax Favorite Coach Macy saying: If you want to win a national championship, then come to Francis Marion.

Favorite athlete: Tracy McGrady Favorite team: USC Gamecocks (men’s basketball) Favorite movie: Love & Basketball Favorite food: steak and shrimp (grilled) What’s in my CD/iPOD: Pink, Lauryn Hill, Chris Brown, T Pain Favorite Quote: The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams (Eleanor Roosevelt) Favorite ESPN moment: LeBron James’ block and pass to Kobe vs China in 2008 Summer Olympics Best advice ever received: During my senior year trip to Costa Rica I learned about the phrase “Pura Vida” pure life; and to live life to the fullest. Greatest influence on my life: Older sister Brionna When I was little I wanted to be: Veterinarian Best thing about FMU: The wbb program and the support of the students Career goal: To win 4 national championships

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

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FMU: First-year player at FMU....A winner....Competes every possession....Natural winner....Will flourish in the Patriot system.....Very athletics.....Bright future. PERSONAL: Born Kristen Dickerson in Columbia.....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....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....Hobbies include hanging out with friends and watching movies. MAJOR: Business Management. 21

HONORARY COAHES

The 2009-10 Francis Marion University women’s basketball team with Honorary Coach Program participants.

FRANCIS MARION UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HONORARY COACHES PROGRAM 2009-2010 HONOREES Ana Im ani Dr. Pam Rooks K atherine Harrell Dr. Jennifer K unka

Courtney Mealing Danelle Downs James & Sally Christian Dr. Rusty W ard D r. N ancy Zaice D r. Tamantha Barbeau Sandra M orris

Dawn Coleman Dr. William W attles Dr. Carlanna Hendrick Jim Schlimmer Shana Franks Dr. A llen Sm ith Robin Parker K risten K iely Dr. K en Crocker Sim one Trice Dr. Jennifer K elley Dr. J acqueline J ones Pat Vincent Monica Mann D r. Rich West Harriett Whitlock Ryan Scholz

Eboni Fields Dr. Hubert Setzler Dr. M ichael Hughes Harriet N olan M ary Dittm an Precious Tucker Laura M orris Betty D avid K aren Leatherm an Angela Crosland

Kristen Dickerson Eric B elk Charles & Fran Gray Dr. Tim Shannon Robin Colbert Dr. Charles Carpenter

D r. Yo ng Shin Rodger Hux D r. Jane Quick

Shannon Singleton-Bates T iffany Wilson Dr. Rebecca Flannagan M s. A rleeen Waters Cec ilia Smith Dr. Jonathan M unn Pearl M oore Dr. Rebecca Law son K im Hawkins Tiahana Bowens D r. N ick N ewman Howard B rown

Nicole Mealing Dr. Terri Earnest Dr. Lisa Eargle D r. Joel Thayer

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2008-09 STATISTICS RECORD ALL GAMES........... CONFERENCE.......... NON-CONFERENCE......

OVERALL 27-5 17-3 10-2

HOME 14-1 9-1 5-0

AWAY 11-2 8-2 3-0

NEUTRAL 2-2 0-0 2-2

|---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 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Fields, Eboni...... 32-0 528 16.5 105-279 .376 68-190 .358 40-53 .755 32-42-74 2.3 43-0 22 41 5 23 318 9.9 3 Morgan, Shaq.. 23-0 159 6.9 24-48 .500 1-5 .200 4-10 .400 14-23-37 1.6 12-0 31 21 2 26 53 2.3 10 Dyer, Jennifer..... 32-30 714 22.3 118-281 .420 68-180 .378 32-39 .821 34-61-95 3.0 74-0 101 77 2 89 336 10.5 11 Franks, Shana...... 32-20 703 22.0 153-348 .440 32-99 .323 72-102 .706 58-59-117 3.7 94-0 56 89 5 67 410 12.8 14 Ransom, Kevina... 32-14 728 22.8 105-228 .461 4-17 .235 108-142 .761 28-76-104 3.3 91-1 169 110 0 143 322 10.1 20 Singletary,Cresh 27-1 575 21.3 125-248 .504 7-30 .233 54-79 .684 58-54-112 4.1 59-1 30 52 5 33 311 11.5 21 Colbert, Robin..... 32-31 789 24.7 66-167 .395 5-24 .208 69-89 .775 68-88-156 4.9 90-2 102 87 23 103 206 6.4 22 Downs, Danelle.... 32-31 517 16.2 54-116 .466 0-0 .000 25-47 .532 51-80-131 4.1 95-4 10 58 7 23 133 4.2 23 Singleton-Bates, 32-31 797 24.9 166-381 .436 10-34 .294 75-100 .750 60-104-164 5.1 64-2 28 87 17 46 417 13.0 24 Ruff, Evelyn....... 9-1 42 4.7 6-23 .261 1-9 .111 0-0 .000 0-3-3 0.3 1-0 1 9 1 3 13 1.4 30 Howze, Tenisha.... 12-0 73 6.1 7-23 .304 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 10-21-31 2.6 15-0 0 7 1 8 21 1.8 33 Kiefer, Katherine. 22-1 118 5.4 17-35 .486 3-7 .429 12-17 .706 7-11-18 0.8 9-0 7 9 0 7 49 2.2 42 Wheatland, Keah 13-0 73 5.6 5-12 .417 1-2 .500 1-4 .250 4-7-11 0.8 9-0 4 5 1 3 12 0.9 44 Powell, Dominique 32-0 634 19.8 84-183 .459 0-1 .000 49-85 .576 44-114-158 4.9 99-4 19 45 38 46 217 6.8 TEAM............... 90-66-156 4.9 0 17 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total.............. 32 6450 1035-2372.436 200-598 .334 548-779 .703 558-809-1367 42.7 755 580 714 107 620 2818 88.1 Opponents.......... 32 6450 706-1858 .380 110-415 .265 622-895 .695 477-881-1358 42.4 657 413 1056 126 280 2144 67.0

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING.................. Points per game........ Scoring margin......... FIELD GOALS-ATT.......... Field goal pct......... 3 POINT FG-ATT........... 3-point FG pct......... 3-pt FG made per game.. FREE THROWS-ATT.......... Free throw pct......... REBOUNDS................. Rebounds per game...... Rebounding margin...... ASSISTS.................. Assists per game....... TURNOVERS................ Turnovers per game..... Turnover margin........ Assist/turnover ratio.. STEALS................... Steals per game........ BLOCKS................... Blocks per game........ WINNING STREAK........... Home win streak........ ATTENDANCE............... Home games-Avg/Game.. Neutral site-Avg/Game..

FMU OPP 2818 2144 88.1 67.0 +21.1 1035-2372 706-1858 .436 .380 200-598 110-415 .334 .265 6.3 3.4 548-779 622-895 .703 .695 1367 1358 42.7 42.4 +0.3 580 413 18.1 12.9 714 1056 22.3 33.0 +10.7 0.8 0.4 620 280 19.4 8.8 107 126 3.3 3.9 0 0 9851 10613 15-657 13-708 4-351

SCORE BY PERIODS: -------------------------------Francis Marion University.. Opponents.....................

1st ---1389 971

2nd OT Total ------- ---1400 29 - 2818 1135 38 - 2144

DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE 11-15-08 at Barton College W 68-66 11-19-08 ST. ANDREWS PRES. COLL. W 116-37 11-22-08 CHOWAN UNIVERSITY W 117-35 11-25-08 MORRIS COLLEGE W 119-49 11-29-08 ERSKINE COLLEGE W 108-71 12-12-08 at Coker College W 99-60 *12-15-08 NORTH GEORGIA C&SU W 84-68 12-30-08 ALLEN UNIVERSITY W 104-35 *01-03-09 at Georgia Southwestern W 93-79 *01-07-09 at USC Aiken L 57-75 *01-10-08 at Columbus State W 78-67 *01-14-09 UNC PEMBROKE W 81-59 *01-17-09 GEORGIA COLL. & ST. U. W 86-67 *01-21-09 at Augusta State W 93-90 *01-24-09 CLAYTON STATE UNIV. W 89-80 *01-28-09 LANDER UNIVERSITY W 100-79 *01-31-09 at North Georgia W 74-65 *02-02-09 at Armstrong Atlantic W 75-61 *02-04-09 USC AIKEN W 67-45 *02-07-09 GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN W 112-68 *02-11-09 at UNC Pembroke W 75-58 *02-14-09 COLUMBUS STATE W 94-61 *02-16-09 at Lander University W 98-80 *02-18-09 AUGUSTA STATE W 78-65 *02-21-09 at Georgia College W 72-69 *02-25-09 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC L ot 91-92 *02-28-09 at Clayton State L ot 80-86 $03-05-09 vs North Georgia W 80-61 $03-07-09 vs Lander L 63-70 +03-13-09 vs USC Aiken W 101-83 +03-14-09 at Lenoir-Rhyne W 93-74 +03-16-09 vs Clayton State L 73-89 * = Conference game $ = Peach Belt Conference Tournament game in Aiken, SC + = NCAA II Southeast Regional Tournament in Hickory, NC

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ATTEND 123 1012 403 712 252 100 215 314 144 1001 289 805 650 532 655 1035 3189 167 1057 480 786 1152 525 552 712 557 422 321 404 475 1220 203

1973-2009 ROSTER L

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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) YaRiah Bell(2007-08) Maria Belotti (1994-95) Cassandra Bishop (1980-82) Tonya Boatwright (1988-90) Harriett Bonnoitt (1981-82) Kim Booker (1984-85) Vaughn Bowen (2002-04) 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) Robin Colbert (2008-09) Kisha Conway (1994-96) Erin Cook (2006-07) Maria Costas (1973-77) Alice Creed (1983-87) Cindy Crenshaw (1975-76, 77-78)

Eboni Fields (2008-09) LaRue Fields (1973-76) Rosita Fields (1977-78) Kathy Flaten (1983-87) Janet Floyd (1978-81) Debra Folks (1983-84) Shana Franks (2008-09) Katie Fregetto (1993-97) Audra Frizzell (2000-01)

G Veda Gardner (1992-93) Doretha Garland (1983-85) Michelle Ghere (2001-05) 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) 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 Tosha Ings (1994-97)

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

E Courtenay Etheredge (2002-06)

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

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

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) 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) 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)

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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 (2007-09)

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) Sebrina Tillman (1989-92) Tracey Tillman (1984-88) Joanna Tincher (2000-04) Jane Toczylowski (1999-2000) Erin Torpey (2002-03) Chenoa Turner (1987-88) Lynn Turner (1973-75) Wanda Turner (1978-79)

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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

Fenissa Rice (1989-93) Dale Robinson (1978-80) Karen Rogers (1976-77) Kendra Rowland (1998-2002) Evelyn Ruff (2007-09)

Quinlin (2006-07)

R Kevina Ranson (2007-09) Renata Raymond (2002-03)

Lisa Waldrop (1983-87) Susan Wall (1973-74) Kay Ward (1973-74) Lisa Wesley (1974-76) Keahna Wheatland (2008-09) Shayla Whitaker (1995-96) Judy White (1980-81) Martha Williamson (1976-81) Deborah Wilson (1976-80) 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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1985-86 NAIA

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 2004, she was nominated for induction into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn. College Basketball’s Career Scoring List (11-08) 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 addressed the 2007-08 Patriot squad about the history of the Francis Marion program. 25

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) 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) 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 1-0 13-6 3-0 1-0 2-0 17-15 21-16 12-0 3-0 3-0 21-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 8-0 1-1 1-4 3-3 1-0 9-2 1-0 15-9 12-11 1-9 24-2 30-3 24-27 1-0 13-0 18-22 12-2 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) 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 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) 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 North Florida, University of

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)

1-0 1-1 0-1 0-1 22-1 13-5 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-1 17-15 1-1 7-0 1-0 1-0 5-3 1-1 6-11 0-1 50-21 4-1 1-2 2-0 17-3 0-1 3-0 3-2 2-2 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 8-1 4-0 21-3 1-0 6-2 1-1 1-0 7-4

North Georgia College & State Univ. North Greenville JUCO (SC) Northern Kentucky University Northern State University (SD) Oklahoma Panhandle State University Peace JUCO Pfeiffer University (NC) Phillips University (OK) Portland, University of (OR) Presbyterian College (SC) Princeton University (NJ) Rollins College (FL) St. Ambrose College (IA) St. Andrews Presbyterian Coll. (NC) St. Augustine’s College (NC) Saint Leo College (FL) Saint Paul’s College (VA) Sand Hills Community College (NC) Scranton, Univ. of (PA) Selma University (AL) Shorter College (GA) South Carolina, University of South Carolina State College Southeastern Louisiana University Southwest Baptist University (MO) Tampa, University of (FL) Tarkio College (MO) Tenn-Chattanooga, University of Tennessee Wesleyan College Texas Wesleyan College Tusculum College (TN) Union University (TN) UNC Asheville UNC Charlotte UNC Pembroke** UNC Wilmington USC Aiken USC-Lancaster USC Upstate *** Ursinus College (PA) Virginia Commonwealth University Voorhees College (SC) Washburn University (KS) Wayland Baptist University (TX) Western Carolina University (NC) William & Mary, The College of William Penn College (IA) Wingate University (NC) Winston-Salem State University (NC) Winthrop College (SC) Wofford College (SC) 7-28-09

* Formerly known as Atlantic Christian College ** Formerly known as Pembroke State Univ. *** Formerly USC Spartanburg

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

All-Time FMU Team Record

The Patriot women’s basketball team has:

36 seasons 723 wins 349 losses

... 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) 26

6-5 2-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-2 0-1 0-1 13-3 1-0 0-1 1-0 9-1 4-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 6-11 2-16 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 36-17 2-0 42-19 1-0 37-19 1-0 1-0 17-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 6-7 0-1 11-3 4-2

.674 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 Feb.9 ^ Coll.of Charleston L 67-70 # AIAW Small College Regional 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 Mar.21 $ SE Louisiana L 90-111 Feb.6 ^ Western Carolina W 73-62 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 L 63-77 * Foxy Lady Tournament in Florence, S.C. Feb.18 at Clemson @ 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

36-2

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 Feb.2 Columbus Coll. + W 72-54 Feb.15 Voorhees W 102-51 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 Feb.16 at Armstrong State + L 54-56 Mar.3 Lander % W 106-84 USC Spartanburg+ OT W 88-76 Mar.5 @ Claflin L 103-109 Feb.18 Feb.21 at Coker College * + W 75-51 Newberry College* W 78-64 ^ Berry Tip-Off Classic in Mount Berry,Ga. Feb.23 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

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 * Georgia Coll. & St.* W 67-61 Nov.25 at Anderson College W 59-44 Feb.13 Feb.21 $ North Florida W 57-43 Nov.29 at Eckerd College L 53-56 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 Kennesaw State & L 72-76 Dec.8 at Wingate L 59-60 Mar.6 Dec.10 Coker @ W 65-46 Dec.15 Augusta State * W 77-72 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game # 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 Jan.9 USC Aiken* W 64-55 % Wingate Inn/FMU Classic in Florence @ Lady Lion Classic in Mars Hill, N.C. Jan.11 Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 69-33 $ PBAC Tournament game in Savannah, Ga. Jan.13 at USC Spartanburg* W 79-78 & NCAA Div. II Tourn. (So.Atlantic Regional) Jan.15 Lander * W 60-48 Jan.18 at Kennesaw State * L 62-78 1999-2000 25-8 (#17 NCAA II) Jan.22 Erskine W 66-32 NCAA II Sweet Sixteen Jan.25 at Georgia Coll.& St.* W 71-67 Head Coach: Lee Buchanan Jan.29 UNC Pembroke * W 81-69 Nov.5 # Washburn Univ. OT L 78-80 Feb.1 Columbus State * W 83-70 Nov.6 # Florida Tech W 71-70 Feb.5 at USC Aiken * W 57-48 Nov.7 # Northern State U. L 63-77 Feb.8 at Armstrong Atlantic St.*L 58-61 Nov.26 % Mars Hill College W 88-80 Feb.10 USC Spartanburg * W 76-56 Nov.27 % North Alabama W 88-73 Feb.12 at Lander * W 72-48 Nov.29 at Anderson College W 80-65 Feb.15 Kennesaw St. * OT L 68-69 Dec.1 at Livingstone Coll. W 64-60 Feb.19 at Augusta State * W 63-57 Dec.3 $ Southwest Baptist W 65-63 Feb.22 Georgia Coll.& St. * W 77-66 Dec.4 $ Okla. Panhandle St. W 71-58 Feb.26 + USC Spartanburg W 66-63 Dec.14 Livingstone Coll. W 73-67 Feb.28 at Georgia Coll.& St.+ L 48-70 Dec.30 at Johnson C. Smith L 54-72 Mar.6 # Fayetteville State L 83-85 Jan.2 at USC Aiken * W 92-74 * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game @ at the Florence Civic Center + PBAC Tourn. game in Milledgeville, Ga. # NCAA Division II Tournament (South Atlantic Regional) in Kennesaw, Ga. 1997-98 30-3 (#5 NCAA II) NCAA II Final Four Head Coach Wes Moore Nov.14 at Anderson College W 101-48 Nov.16 Catawba W 77-56 Nov.19 at Fayetteville St. W 86-85 Nov.21 @ St. Andrews Coll. W 78-62 Nov.22 at Catawba L 62-65 Nov.26 at Augusta State * W 81-67 Dec.2 Wingate W 101-85 Dec.5 % Alderson-Broaddus W 78-64 Dec.6 at Carson-Newman W 94-89 Dec.9 Coker W 71-69 Jan.3 at USC Aiken* W 72-48 Jan.5 at Kennesaw State * W 61-56 Jan.8 Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 69-53 Jan.10 Clayton Coll.& St.* W 86-61 Jan.14 at Lander * W 79-66 Jan.17 USC Spartanburg* W 77-59 Jan.21 at UNC Pembroke* W 62-43 Jan.24 USC Aiken* W 85-65 Jan.26 Augusta State * W 78-57 Jan.28 at North Florida * W 62-52 Jan.31 Columbus State * L 60-72 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

Jan.5 Jan.8 Jan.12 Jan.15 Jan.19 Jan.22 Jan.26 Jan.29 Feb.2 Feb.5 Feb.9 Feb.12 Feb.16 Feb.19 Feb.22 Feb.26 Mar.1 Mar.3 Mar.9 Mar.10 Mar.11

Armstrong Atlantic St.*W 76-56

Clayton Coll.& St.* at Lander University* USC Spartanburg* at UNC Pembroke * USC Aiken * at North Florida* Columbus State * UNC Pembroke * at USC Spartanburg * Lander Univ. * at Georgia Coll. & St.* Augusta State * at Kennesaw St.* OT Converse College at Augusta State * + Georgia Coll. & St. + Columbus State & Lander University & Presbyterian Coll. & Columbus State OT

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

55-48 74-64 66-47 81-67 77-49 75-68 85-65 75-67 58-45 83-86 75-90 83-60 68-72 92-40 73-68 72-66 91-99 76-66 82-79 99-101

# Disney Tip-Off Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. % Wingate Inn/FMU Classic in Florence, S.C. $ Taco Bell Tournament in Pueblo, Colo. * Peach Belt Athletic Conference game + Peach Belt Athletic Conf. Tournament in Greenwood, S.C. & NCAA Division II Tournament (South Atlantic Regional) in Clinton, S.C.

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 * Peach Belt Conference game % FMU Tip-Off Classic in Florence, SC $ Patriot Palmetto Classic in Florence, SC + PBC Tournament in Columbus, GA 2002-03 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 Feb.5 UNC Pembroke * W 73-63 Feb.8 at Clayton Coll.& St.* L 57-71 Feb.12 USC Spartanburg * W 58-57 Feb.15 at Kennesaw State * L 41-74 Feb.19 at Lander University * L 77-102 Feb.22 at Augusta State U. * L 40-64 Feb.26 USC Aiken * L 63-64 Mar.1 Clayton Coll.& St. * W 76-62 Mar.4 vs Clayton Coll.& St.& W 59-47 Mar.6 vs Augusta State + OT W 61-55 Mar.8 at Columbus State + L 46-58

* 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 $ 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 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

* Peach Belt Conference game $ Patriot Tip-Off Classic at Florence Civic Center ^ UNF Turkey Classic in Jacksonville, FL # All-State Insurance PBC/CIAA Clash in Spartanburg, SC + PBC Tournament in Augusta, GA 2005-06 13-16 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.

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

Feb.25 Clayton St. Mar.2 vs UNC Pembroke Mar.4 vs USC Upstate Mar.5 vs Ga. Coll. & St. 2OT

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 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

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

78-65 72-69 91-92 80-86 80-61 63-70 101-83 93-74 73-89

* Peach Belt Conference game + PBC Tournament in Aiken, SC $ NCAA II South Atlantic Regional in Hickory, SC

* Peach Belt Conference game % Comfort Suits Classic in Salisbury, NC + PBC Tournament in Greenwood, SC 2007-08 21-9 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 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

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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

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

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

Yrs. Won 35 823 35 790 32 788 39 770 35 750 30 747 38 742 36 723 40 722 34 714

FMU Trips to the NCAA II Tournament: 2009, 2008, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997 Sweet 16 Appearences: 2009, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998 Final Four Appearences: 1998 “ The Patriot women’s basketball team has won at least 20 games in 21 of 35 all-time seasons, including three 30-win seasons and two national championships “

WHERE INSTRUCTION IS #1 The Focused 50 is a unique one of a kind camp that stresses 50 concepts and ideas to elevate yourself in the game of life. This camp was designed especially for players who strive to become better. During camp, we stress development-player development and personal development. Our hope is that each camper will leave the Focused 50 with a better understanding of the game and realize the intense work ethic that it takes to compete at the highest level. Unique to the Focused 50 Camp are the round table discussions led by college coaches and players. Some of the relevant topics discussed are conditioning, weight training, college competition, and balancing academics with athletics. This is the ideal camp for players with ambitions of playing basketball at the college level.

SAVE the DATES June 25-27 Championship Preparation Team Camp July 30-Aug. 1 Individual Skills & Drills Camp For information, contact Coach Macy at 843-661-1249 or 336-420-2722 or e-mail at focused50@yahoo.com

What’s being said about the Focused 50....... "My daughter thoroughly enjoyed basketball camp. The coaches really knew how to motivate the kids, and the players were great role models for young athletes." ...............Parent "I love basketball. Coach Macy and the players are lots of fun and when I grow up I want to be a basketball player too. Basketball camp was my favorite thing all summer!" .............2008 Summer Camper The very best skills and fundamental drills camp my daughter has ever experienced. My daughter has attended several top college camps for the past four years, now I see what a huge waste of money and time that has been. Coach Macy is amazing. Every girl dreaming of college ball must attend her camp. ..................Parent It has been awesome being part of the Focused 50 staff. Never before have I been a part of a camp so intensely packed with teaching and college information. The energy of the coaching staff creates an amazing atmosphere. I've been involved with several basketball camps, including some that had "big name" sponsors or host but, Coach Macy personally runs the camp and her passion for getting players the inside scoop to becoming a college athlete is what makes the camp so helpful to each individual.".........Coach

What’s being said about the founder and director, Coach Macy....... “Heather Macy is a fiery young coach whose passion for the game is unequalled. She lives and dies basketball; her personal sacrifice for the good of the team and her players is amazing!"..........NCAA Division I Assistant Coach “Coach Macy’s heart and first love is the game of basketball. Her teaching methods are intense and they grab the attention of every player. She helps players realize not only how to do something, but also why they are doing it." ....JUCO Coach and former Pro Player “Once a task you do begin, see it through until the end. Be that task big or small do it well or not at all!’ This is one of my favorite quotes and it defines Coach Macy. From the first time I met her, she has always worked hard and had a go-getter attitude. She is the kind of person that I always want to be around. She is a true competitor and someone who always brings out the best in everyone she touches. Coach Macy and the Focused 50 Basketball Camp provide challenges for players and coaches alike.” .......Kelvin Mills, Coach, Founder, and Director of Warrior AAU Basketball “Coach Macy is one of the most fundamental coaches I have worked with. She thinks the game and has a unique way of relaying concepts and drills to players. No doubt, she’s intense and gives 100% in all that she does, but most of all, she’s a winner and brings the best out of everyone." ........NCAA Division I Head Coach 30

As the founder and director of the Focused 50 Basketball Camp, I am excited that you are taking time to learn more about this unique camp. The camp was first held in the summer of 2003, but these concepts and ideas have been evolving for the past nine years. The Focused 50 was created in an attempt to give young female basketball players the opportunity to learn and believe in their potential. The camp introduces skills that are needed to advance your basketball ability and reach a higher level. I am committed to sharing my love and knowledge of the game with every individual that attends the Focused 50 Basketball Camp. I hope to have an opportunity to work with you this summer! Keep taking it to em.’ Coach Macy

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: 5-25-09 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

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

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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

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, and an olympic-sized swimming pool, other on campus athletic facilities include Clifford S. Cormell (baseball) Field, John Kassab (tennis) Courts, FMU Soccer Field, FMU Softball Field, a reslite eight-lane track, two natural grass intramural fields, and an outdoor recreational pool. 32

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 seats 3,027 for basketball and has recently undergone a renovation project. Improvements include a new hardwood floor, new scoreboards, a new lighting and sound system, and a new paint job. The Patriot Women have compiled a 380-107 (.780) mark in the Smith University Center, including a 142-39 run in the past 181 games. The FMU men’s basketball team owns a 273-177 (.607) 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.

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

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. 33

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