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MEDIA INFORMATION

QUICK FACTS

Best Time to reach Coach Donald Williams: Head coach Brooks Donald Williams can generally be reached during the morning. All interviews should be coordinated through the Sports Information Offi ce by calling (337) 475-5926. Interview Policy: Media interviews of players and coaches are encouraged, and every effort will be made to accommodate media requests. In-person interviews are preferred, but telephone interviews should be arranged through the Sports Information Offi ce. Under no circumstances will student-athletes’ residence numbers or cell phone numbers be supplied to the media. Practice: As a general rule, practices are usually open to the public. Practice is the best time to reach the coaches and players at once. Efforts will be made to accommodate interview needs before or after practice as long as it is prearranged through the Sports Information Offi ce. Post-Game Interviews: Players and coaches will be available for post-game interviews. However, locker rooms are off limits to media at all times. Media Credentials: Any media without credentials wishing to attend a game may contact Louis Bonnette or Pam LaFosse. Credentials will be located at the Will Call located at the West entrance of Burton Coliseum. Press Row: McNeese’s press row is located on the West side of the coliseum. The phone number is (337) 562-4061. Phone lines will be provided for visiting radio as well as wireless internet.

UNIVERSITY

Location: ........................................................................................... Lake Charles, Louisiana Founded: .......................................................................................................................... 1939 Enrollment: ............................................................................................................ 8,992 (est.) Nickname: .................................................................................................................. Cowgirls Colors: ........................................................................................................Royal Blue/Yellow Affiliation: .............................................................................................................. NCAA 1-A Conference: .............................................................................................................. Southland President: .................................................................................................. Dr. Philip Williams

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

Athletic Director: .................................................................................... Tommy McClelland Associate AD ............................................................................................................. Ryan Ivey Sr. Associate AD/SID: .....................................................................................Louis Bonnette Assoc. AD For Compliance/SWA ....................................................................Bridget Martin Director of Ticket Sales/Marketing: ............................................................Nathan Fontaine Coordinator of Athletic Events ....................................................................... Josh Jorgensen Athletics Academic Advisor: ..............................................................................Deb Kingrey Institutional Rep.: ................................................................................... Dr. Michael Soileau Head Trainer .........................................................................................................Jim Murphy Women’s Basketball Trainer ............................................................................... Ngan Chung Strength Coach .................................................................................................... Zeb Hawkins Assistant Strength Coach .....................................................................................Alan Bryant Assistant SID (WBB Contact) ............................................................................ Pam LaFosse SID Intern ..............................................................................................................Justin Smith Women’s Basketball Administrative Assistant Danita Green

PRINT MEDIA

Lake Charles American Press: Scooter Hobbs (Sports Editor); Alex Hickey (McNeese beat); P.O. Box 2893, Lake Charles, La. 70602 (AC 337, 494-4069, FAX 494-4036). Southwest Daily News: 716 E. Napoleon St., Sulphur, La. 70663 (AC 337, 527-7075, FAX 528-3044). Beaumont (TX.) Enterprise: P.O. Box 3071, Beaumont, Tx. 77704 (AC 409, 838-2845, FAX 838-2857).

BASKETBALL STAFF

Head Coach: ............................................ Brooks Donald Williams (Mississippi State, 2000) Record at School: ................................................................................................. 57-66/4 yrs. Overall Record: .................................................................................................... 57-66/4 yrs. Basketball Phone: ............................................................................................(337) 475-5473 Best Time To Contact: ................................................................. Mornings (9 a.m.-12 noon) Associate Head Coach: Garry Brodhead (UL-Lafayette, 1980) Assistant Coaches: Sallie Guillory (UL-Lafayette ‘05); Kacie Cryer (LSU-Shreveport, ‘08)

ELECTRONIC MEDIA (Area Code- 337)

KPLC-TV (NBC): Joe Downs (Director), Samantha Gannon (Assistant) 704

TEAM INFORMATION

2010-2011 Record: ............................................................................................................ 26-7 Conference Record/Place: ...........................................................................................15-1/1st Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ...........................................................................................11 Starters Returning/Lost: ....................................................................................................3/2 Newcomers: ............................................................................................................................4

BASKETBALL HISTORY

First Year of Basketball: ................................................................................................. 1976 Overall Record: .......................................................................................................... 450-494 Years In NCAA’s: .......................................................................................................1 (2011) Years In WNIT: ............................................................................................................... None Years In Southland Tournament: ...................................................................................... 13 Years In LAIAW State Tournament: .................................................................. 1 (1979-80) Years In AIAW Regional Tournament: .............................................................. 1 (1979-80)

Bilbo St. Lake Charles, La. 70601 (437-7563, FAX 439-9905). KEZM Radio (1310 AM): Bruce Merchant, owner, 101 W. Napoleon St., Sulphur, La. 70663 (527-3611, FAX 527-0213). KAOK (1400 AM): 607 Ryan St., Lake Charles, La. (436-7541) KJEF (1290 AM): 1215 S. Lake Arthur Ave., Jennings, La., 70546 (8242934)

SPORTS INFORMATION

BURTON COLISEUM

Name: ............................................................................................................ Burton Coliseum Capacity: ..........................................................................................................................8,000 Location: ............................................................................................................Gulf Highway (Across from airport) First Year In Burton Coliseum: ......................................................................................1986 First Game Played In Burton Coliseum: ............ . Def. Baylor (85-70 (1986-87) Press Row Phone: .............................................................................................(337) 562-4061

Louis Bonnette Director

Pam LaFosse Assistant SID

Justin Smith SID Intern

McNeese State Athletics Department Website

Director: ......................................................................................Louis Bonnette e-mail:........................................................................... lbonnette@mcneese.edu Office Phone: ............................................................................. (337) 475-5207 Asst./WBB Contact: ......................................................................Pam LaFosse e-mail:.............................................................................plafosse@mcneese.edu Office Phone: ............................................................................. (337) 475-5926 Fax: ............................................................................................. (337) 475-5928 SID Intern ....................................................................................... Justin Smith Credits- The 2011-12 women’s basketball media guide was designed, Press Row Phone ....................................................................... (337) 562-4160 written and edited by Pam LaFosse with assistance from the women’s Mailing Address.................................................................................Box 92735 Lake Charles, LA. 70609 basketball staff. The front cover was designed by Nathan Fontaine. Photos Overnight Address ............................................................. 700 E. McNeese St. taken by LaFosse, Roderick Anderson, Lake Charles American Press, Kirk Lake Charles, LA. 70607

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Southland Tournament Champs and was also a member of the Southland Conference AllTournament Team. The Cowgirls welcome the return of sophomore guard Alaina Verdin, who suffered a season ending injury in the Southland Conference opener a year ago. Verdin averaged 4.4 points per game and 2.4 rebound per game before her rookie season was cut short. McNeese will play it toughest schedule under the direction of head coach Brooks Donald Williams. The Cowgirls will open the season by traveling to UCLA in the Preseason WNIT on Nov. 11. Also on the schedule are three preseason Top 20 teams including road games at the defending National Champs, Texas A&M on Dec. 30. The Cowgirls will also travel to preseason No. 1 Baylor on Dec. 21 and will host preseason No. 20 LSU on Dec. 16. “This schedule is extremely challenging,” said Williams, who enters her fi fth season as head coach at McNeese. “The Southland is going to be very tough this year, and in preparation, we wanted some challenges early to get us ready for conference play, and if we are fortunate enough to put ourselves in position to play in postseason again, we want to be better prepared.”

McNeese is coming off its most successful season in school history after posting a 26-7 overall record and 15-1 Southland Conference record. The overall record ties the best NCAA turnaround from the previous season with the 2002 Valparaiso team. The 26 overall victories and the 15 conference victories are the most wins in school history. The Cowgirls return 11 letterwinners including three starters from the 2010-11 team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fi rst time in school history. The Cowgirls lost in the fi rst round to Texas A&M, the eventual National Champions. McNeese also captured the Southland Conference title and its fi rst Southland Conference Tournament title during its historic season. The Cowgirls return four of their top fi ve scorers including fi rst team All-Southland Conference performer in junior Ashlyn Baggett and second team AllSouthland Conference pick in twin sister, Caitlyn. Ashlyn led the Cowgirls and ranked second in the Southland Conference in scoring with 16.7 points per game last year and 19.6 points per game in conference games. Baggett also led the Cowgirls with a 36.5 threepoint fi eld goal percent, 1.5 steals and 32.1 minutes played and was the Southland Conference Tournament MVP. Caitlyn led McNeese and ranked third in the Southland Conference with 4.4 assists per game and was second on the team in scoring with 11.6 points per game. Baggett shot 82.6 percent from the free throw line. She also tied for second on the team with 1.4 spg and was named to the Southland Conference All-Tournament Team as well as team MVP. Senior Kendra Wells returns for her fi nal season after leading the Cowgirls in rebounds for the third consecutive year and ranked seventh in the league with 8.0 rebounds per game. Wells also tied for a team high seven blocks www.mcneesesports.com

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A HISTORICAL SEASON 2011 NOTES

McNeese enjoyed a historical season in 2011 when the Cowgirls went on to win a school record 26 games, producing a 26-7 overall record. McNeese also won the Southland Conference title, its fi rst Southland Conference Tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fi rst time in program history. The turnaround from a 7-22 overall record during the 200910 season to its 26-7 overall record during the 2010-11 season equalled the best turnaround in NCAA history. The turnaround was a 17 game difference from the previous season in which Valporaiso also did it from the 2000-2001 season to the 20012002 season with the same records. The 20 win season was the fi rst in 24 years and only the fourth in program history. The Cowgirls set several records during the season which all started with a 6-0 Southland Conference start, the best start in school history. McNeese went on to produce a 15-1 league record and produced the longest SLC winning streak of the season at 12 games. That streak tied the longest school winning streak with the 1980-81 Cowgirl squad. McNeese began the season 14-5 overall, the best start in school history in 14 years. The 1996-97 team also began the year with a 14-5 record. The Cowgirls were perfect at home, producing a 13-0 home court record. Another home court record the Cowgirls broke was its attendance record. The Cowgirls played eight home games in which the attendance was over 1,000 and set the all-time school home attendance record several times during the season with the new record set in the fi nal home game of the season against Lamar on March 5 in which 3,256 fans saw the Cowgirls clinch the regular season title. McNeese ended the season ranked 10th in the NCAA in home attendance behind Louisville, Iowa, St. John’s (N.Y.), Michigan St., West Virginia, Gonzaga, Texas A&M, Boise State and Oregon. The Cowgirls broke into a Mid-Major Top 25 poll during the season, coming in at No. 25 in the collegeinsider.com poll on Feb. 15. McNeese ended the season ranked 15th in the fi nal poll. During the season the men’s and women’s teams were one of three schools along with Duke and Princeton who were undefeated at home up until the fi nal week of the regular season. The season culminated with the Cowgirls winning the Southland Conference regular season title then its fi rst Southland Conference Tournament title and its fi rst NCAA appearance. The Cowgirls lost 47-87 in the fi rst round of the NCAA Tournament to Texas A&M, the eventual National Champions. Head coach Brooks Donald Williams was named the Southland’s and Louisiana’s “Coach of the Year”. Ashlyn and Caitlyn Baggett were both named to the All-Southland Conference team. Ashlyn was named to the All-Louisiana fi rst team while Caitlyn was named to the honorable mention team. Both players were named to the All-Southland Conference Academic team and Ashlyn was named the SLC’s women’s basketball Student-Athlete of the Year. Baggett also earned CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District VI second team honors.

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•- Southland Conference Champs •- Southland Conference Tournament Champs •- First NCAA Tournament •- School record 26 wins •- Tied best turnaround in NCAA from previous season •- First 20 win season in 24 years •- Best start in 14 years (14-5) •- Won school record 15 conference games •- Produced longest SLC winning streak (12 games) •- Tied school’s longest winning streak (12 games) •- Undefeated at home (13-0) •- McNeese (Men and Women) were one of three schools along with Duke and Princeton who were undefeated at home until the final week of the season •- Broke the all-time single game attendance record several times during the season. •- Made its 12th overall SLC Tournament appearance •- Made third SLC Tournament appearance under Williams •- Won first SLC Tournament game since 2005 •- Made it to the SLC Tournament Championship game for only the second time in school history •- Attendance was over 1,000 in eight games •- Set a new game attendance record of 3,256 against Lamar in final home game of the season. •- Cracked the collegeinsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 Poll at No. 25. Ended the season at No. 15 •- Williams was named Southland Conference and Louisiana “Coach of the Year” •- Ahslyn Baggett was named SLC Tournament MVP, first team All-SLC, first team All-Louisiana, SLC StudentAthlete of the Year, CoSIDA/Capital One District VI Academic All-America •- Caitlyn Baggett was named to the All-SLC second team, All-Louisiana honorable mention and SLC AllTournament teams •- Kendra Wells was named to the SLC All-Tournament team •- Raiyawna Gatlin was named to LaGuardia Turkey Classic All-Tournament team

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2011 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPS McNeese won its fi rst outrigth Southland Conference 2011 CONFERENCE NOTES title and second overall in school history in 2011 with a 70-69 home victory over Lamar on March 5. The game •- First outright SLC title and only second in school came down to the last seconds as Kendra Wells sank a history baseline jumper with 3.6 seconds left which proved to •- School record 15 SLC victories (15-1 SLC record) be the game winning basket. The Cowgirls began their championship season •- Best conference start in school history (6-0) with a 76-51 road win at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Cowgirls went on to win their fi rst six conference •- 12 game winning streak (longest in SLC of the season) games which is the best conference start in program history and its 14-5 overall start is the best start in 14 •- Sophomore guard Ashlyn Baggett was named to AllSLC first team years (1996-97). The Cowgirls fell 73-74 in overtime at Central Arkansas for its only league loss of the season. •- Sophomore guard Caitlyn Baggett was named to AllAfter that loss, McNeese quickly got back on the SLC second team winning track and defeated Sam Houston State on the road before winning six straight home games, a road •- Head coach Brooks Donald Williams was named SLC “Coach of the Year” win at Southeastern La. before closing out the regular season with the win against Lamar. McNeese didn’t lose another game until its loss to National Champion Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament. The Cowgirls ended the season with a 15-1 conference record. The 15 victories are a school record and went undefeated (13-0) at home. McNeese produced a 12 game winning streak during the season which ties the longest in school history with the 1980-81 team. The streak was also the longest in the Southland Conference. At one point during the season, McNeese (men’s and women’s) teams were one of three undefeated teams at home during the season. The other two were Duke and Princeton. the

Players and fans react after the game winning shot by Wells as Cowgirls captured the Southland Conference title. Fans anticipate Wells’ jumper with 3.6 seconds left against Lamar in the SLC championship game. www.mcneesesports.com

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT CHAMPS McNeese advanced to the Southland Conference Tournament for the 12th time in school history and won its fi rst tournament title in 2011. The appearance was the third under head coach Brooks Donald Williams. McNeese won its fi rst tournament game since 2005 with a 65-55 win over Southeastern La. in the fi rst round of the tournament. The Cowgirls went on to pick up a 66-50 victory over UTSA in the semifi nal game before defeating Central Arkansas 71-50 in the championship game. In the championship game, the Cowgirls held a 3726 halftime lead and outscored the Sugra Bears 34-24 in the second half to earn the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Cowgirls shot 54.7 percent from the fi eld and was led in scoring by tournament MVP Ashlyn Baggett. Baggett led the Cowgirls with 23 points while sister Caitlyn chipped in 15 points and dished out six assists. Kendra Wells led all players with 13 rebounds. Both Caitlyn and Wells were also named to the all-tournament team.

2011 SLC TOURNAMENT NOTES •- made 12th overall tournament appearance •- third tournament appearance under coach Williams •- first tournament title in school history •- won first tournament game since 2005 •- advanced to the semifinal round for fourth time in school history •- advanced to the championship game for only second time in program history •- Ashlyn Baggett, Caitlyn Baggett and Kendra Wells was named to the all-tournament team •- Ashlyn Baggett was named the tournament’s MVP

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FIRST CHANCE TO DANCE

2011 NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES •- school’s first NCAA Tournament •- seventh team to represent the SLC in NCAA’s •- lost 47-87 to Texas A&M, the eventual National Champions •- played at the CenturyTel Center in Shreveport, La. •- Louisiana Tech and Rutgers were other two teams in tournament

Williams answers media questions following Cowgirls’ first NCAA Tournament game

McNeese advanced to its fi rst NCAA Tourament by winning the Southland Conference Tournament and the right to represent the league in the “Big Dance”. The Cowgirls didn’t have far to travel for its fi rst NCAA Tournament game as the Cowgirls were sent to Shreveport, La. McNeese, Louisiana Tech, Rutgers and Texas A&M made up the region that would play in the CenturyTel Center. McNeese dropped its game 87-47 against a much more talented Texas A&M squad that went on to win the National Championship. Caitlyn Baggett led the Cowgirls with 22 points while Martika Hull grabbed a game high 10 rebounds. www.mcneesesports.com

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BROOKS DONALD WILLIAMS HEAD COACH

Brooks Donald Williams led the McNeese to its most successful season in school history in 2011 by wining the Southland Conference title, only the second in program history. Williams didn’t stop there as she guided the Cowgirls to their fi rst Southland Conference Tournament title and fi rst NCAA Tournament appearance. For her accomplishments on the court, Williams was named the league’s and Louisiana’s “Coach of the Year”. Williams enters her fi fth season after guiding the Cowgirls to a 26-7 overall record, 15-1 Southland Conference record and an undefeated home record (15-0). The 20 win season is the fi rst for the Cowgirls in 24 years. The overall record matched the best turnaround in NCAA history following a 7-22 overall record in 2009-10. The 26 overall and the 15 conference wins are also school records. The Cowgirls got off to their best conference start (6-0) in school history and the 14-5 start was the best overall start in 14 years. McNeese tied the school’s longest winning streak (12 games) and won 19 of its last 21 games of the season. McNeese broke into a poll for the fi rst time in school history, the collegeinsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 Women’s Basketball poll Feb. 15, 2011, coming in at no. 25. The Cowgirls ended the season ranked No. 15 in the fi nal poll. On the court, Williams won her 50th career game in a 73-63 home victory over Northwestern State on Feb. 19, 2011 and has guided the Cowgirls to the Southland Conference Tournament three out of the last four years. In 2009, McNeese picked up a milestone victory with a win over threetime National Champions Louisiana Tech. That year the Cowgirls shot a school record, led the Southland Conference (for the second straight year) and ranked 76th in the nation with a 71.8 free throw percent in 2009. The Cowgirls also ranked second in the SLC with a 34.3 threepoint fi eld goal percent. Off the court, Williams and the Cowgirls have participated in numerous community service activities including the Ethel Precht Breast Cancer Walk and the Jeff Davis Bank Toys for Tots drive for the past four years. Williams has ignited a fan following in the community, speaking to groups about her passion and motivation about the revival of the program. Williams’ community and local recruiting efforts have increased attendance 138% in two seasons. Williams was named one of Southwest Louisiana’s Up and Coming Under 40 recipients by the Times of Southwest Louisiana and Fusion Five Magazine in 2009. In her fi rst season, Williams guided the Cowgirls to a 10-21 record and second place tie in the East Division after being picked to fi nish sixth in the preseason polls. Williams led the Cowgirls to victories in four of their last six games and advanced to the Southland Conference Tournament. Williams’ 2007-08 squad broke seven McNeese records (six team and one individual), tied two, and set a Southland Conference record with 16 three-pointers made in a road victory at Lamar. The Cowgirls also handed the Cardinals their fi rst home loss of the season that night. The Cowgirls also upset longtime national powerhouse Stephen F. Austin and eventual Southland Conference Tournament champion and NCAA participant Texas-San Antonio. www.mcneesesports.com

McNeese ended the season leading the league in free throw shooting percent, ranked second in three-point fi eld goals made and assist-turnover ratio, and ranked third in three-point fi eld goal percent. Williams, McNeese State’s ninth head coach, brought interest and excitement back to the Cowgirl program in her fi rst season and continues to build something special at McNeese. In her fi rst full recruiting season at McNeese, Williams continued to show why she is a proven recruiter by signing the Louisiana 3A and 5A state MVP’s and the Northeast Louisiana “Player of the Year”. Most recently, Williams signed the 2009 Louisiana Sports Writers’ Miss Basketball and Class B outstanding player and MVP, along with two local all-state players and a national junior college scoring leader. A native of Jennings, La., Williams spent three years at the University of Southern Mississippi. Prior to her stint with the Lady Eagles, she spent one season at the University of Memphis and three years at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock. A proven recruiter, Williams served as recruiting coordinator at all three universities. She signed several prep standouts throughout her recruiting years and all three recruiting classes at Southern Miss ranked among some of the best in the nation. She signed the Arkansas “Player of the Year”, Mississippi “Player of the Year”, a junior college All-American, as well as ten Top 100 players in the country. While at Southern Miss, Williams helped the Eagles improve its program each year and went 15-15 her last season with a 9-7 record in Conference USA. Her 2005 class consisted of both the Mississippi and Arkansas prep player of the year as well as a junior college All-American. Her 2006 and 2007 recruiting classes included Louisiana all-state performers from Acadiana High, Jena High, Dominican High and Dutchtown High School. Between college stops, Williams served temporarily as head coach at St. Thomas More High in Lafayette, La. As a prep player at Jennings High, Williams earned All-State, AllParish and All-District honors. She was a four-year starter and played in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association all-star game, serving as team captain. Her Jennings squad won four straight district titles. Williams was also a member of the Acadiana Stars AAU program during her prep days, participating in state and national tournaments. She was a member of the Lady Bulldogs squad at Mississippi State University, from which she holds a bachelor degree, but had her playing career was sidelined due to an injury. Williams is the daughter of Jennings community members, David and Brenda Donald and the granddaughter and great niece of Dan L. Donald and Walter “Bunk” Donald, former Jennings business leaders and owners of W.B. Donald Chevrolet and Cadillac and founders of Jeff Davis Bank & Trust Co. Williams’ uncle, Dan Donald, currently serves as President of Jeff Davis Bank & Trust Co.

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Williams’ file Hometown Jennings, LA High School Jennings High (1996) Alma Mater Mississippi State, 2000 Collegiate Playing Experience member of the Lady Bulldogs squad at Mississippi State but injury ended her career High School Playing Career (1992-1996) • four year starter • team captain • all-district, all-parish, all-state • played in LHSAA all-star game, served as team captain • member of the Acadiana Stars AAU team

Williams answers media questions prior to the 2011 NCAA Tournament in Shreveport, La.

Hats off to Brooks

Coaching Experience • McNeese State (2007-present) Head Coach • Southern Miss (2004-2007) Assistant Coach, recruiting coordinator • University of Memphis (2003-2004) Assistant Coach, recruiting coordinator • St.Thomas More High School (2003) • Arkansas- Little Rock (2000-2003) Assistant Coach • AAU Coach (2000) Mississippi Pride (Oxford, MS) • AAU Coach (1995-1999) Acadiana Stars (Lafayette, LA)

“ Brooks is one of the rising coaches in our game. She is accomplished as an assistant coach and is barely 32 years old. She has been with the right programs and the right mentors, and now has a chance to show herself as a head coach in the Southland Conference.”

Gary Blair Head Coach, Texas A&M “ It is good to see Brooks back in her home area as she begins her head coaching career. She has a lot of energy and has worked her way up the coaching ranks. She is a good person who works extremely hard. McNeese State is very lucky to have her lead the women’s basketball program.”

Kim Mulkey Head Coach, Baylor

Highlights • Led McNeese to fi rst NCAA Tournament (2011) • 2011 Southland Conference Champions • 2011 Southland Conference Tournament Champions • 2011 Southland Conference “Coach of the Year” • 2011 Louisiana “Coach of the Year” • Signed the 2009 Louisiana Sports Writers’ Miss Basketbal • Signed the Louisiana 5A, 3A, Class B State MVP’s • Signed the Louisiana 3A, Class B Outstanding Players • Signed Ten Top 100 players in the country • Signed one Junior College All-American • Signed a Mississippi and Arkansas “Player of the Year”

“ Brooks is one of the bright young stars in our business. She possesses a work ethic and love for the game that is contagious. McNeese is truly blessed to have her.”

Kristy Curry Head Coach, Texas Tech “ I am very excited for Brooks to have the opportunity to return home and lead a program such as McNeese State University. I truly believe in Brooks and all she stands for, and from that, she will be a success.”

Joye Lee-McNelis Head Coach, Southern Miss “ We are very excited that Brooks is now the head coach at McNeese State. We are proud to see another Mississippi State graduate in the coaching ranks. Brooks is a very creative, hard-working young lady who finds a way to get it done. I appreciate her initiative, energy and enthusiasm.”

“We are looking forward to special things here at McNeese. We are a passionate group of players and coaches who believe in each other and believe we can win.” www.mcneesesports.com

Sharon Fanning Head Coach, Mississippi State

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ON THE RECORD

Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas-Pine Bluff Centenary Central Arkansas Cincinnati Colgate Houston Baptist Jackson State Kentucky Lamar Liberty Long Island Louisiana Tech Memphis Mississippi State New Orleans Nicholls Norfolk State Northwestern State Oklahoma State Paul Quinn Samford Sam Houston State Southeastern La. Southern (N.O.) Southern Miss Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Texas College Texas Southern Texas State Tulane Tulsa UL-Lafayette UL-Monroe Univ. of Houston Univ. of the Southwest UT-Arlington UT-Pan American UTSA Xavier

Overall Record: 57-66; SLC Record: 32-32 Record at McNeese State: same Milestone Victories 1st- Dec. 17, 2007 vs. Texas Southern (61-50) 50th- Feb. 19, 2011 vs. Northwestern St. (73-63)

Year-by-Year Season 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 TOT:

Record 26-7 7-22 14-16 10-21 57-66

Conf. 15-1 3-13 6-10 8- 8 32-32

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Finish 1st T-10th 7th T-2nd

Notable Victory Defeated La. Tech 71-66 (Jan. 3, 2010)

Williams with Chi Omega Sorority

TOTAL

57-66

Coach Williams with family at NCAA pep rally in Shreveport (Seth and Amy Donald, Mary Brooks, Eliza, Mae, Tyler Williams, Rosanne Williams, Brenda and David Donald)

( left) Brenda Donald, Gloria Truitt and Brooks Williams www.mcneesesports.com

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GARRY BRODHEAD

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Garry Brodhead is in his fi fth season at McNeese and second as associate head coach. Brodhead, is known for his knowledge of the game, enthusiasm for skill development and player improvement. His duties include defensive coordinator, coaching the point guards, directing preseason and postseason individual workouts, scheduling, scouting, recruiting (Louisiana and Texas) and game fi lm editing. Broadhead also serves as the academic coordinator and strength training liason. “Garry’s excitement in academics has been contagious for our girls. He makes studying fun for our players and our continuing improvement is extremely evident,” said head coach Brooks Williams. The veteran joined the Cowgirl staff after a successful prep career with the Teurlings High (Lafayette, La.) girls basketball team where he compiled a 297-78 overall record and won the 2002 state title. He earned “Coach of the Year” honors twice (2007 and 2002) and led the Lady Rebels to nine district titles and six trips to the Louisiana Sweet 16. Besides the 2002 state title, Brodhead led Teurlings to the state runners-up once and the semifi nals four times. His 2002 team ranked in the USA Top 25 and he had three teams ranked no. 1 in

the state. He was named district “Coach of the Year” nine times, parish “Coach of the Year” three times and Acadiana “Coach of the Year” twice. Brodhead also spent time as an AAU coach. He helped the Acadiana Stars to the National Championship Tournament twice where they fi nished in fi fth place in 2006 and eighth place in 1997. The 1980 graduate of Louisiana-Lafayette and former pole vaulter for the Cajuns from 1975-80, earned his Business Administration degree and also served as a graduate assistant for the Lady Cajuns basketball team during the 1994-95 season. Garry and wife Andrea have three children (Blair, Ashley and Beau) and three granddaughters (Celie and Emmie Richard and Brynnan Boyd).

BRODHEAD’S file Hometown Lafayette, LA Alma Mater Louisiana Lafayette, 1980 Coaching Experience McNeese State Associate Head Coach (2010-present) McNeese State Assistant Coach (2007-2010) Teurlings Catholic High, Lafayette, LA.-Head Coach 1997-2007 (297-78 overall record) Duties • Coaching point guards • Defensive Coordinator • Academic coordinator and strength training liason • Scheduling • Recruiting (Louisiana and Texas) • Scouting and fi lm editing • Directs preseason and postseason workouts Highlights • Helped McNeese to the SLC regular season title, SLC Tournment title and NCAA Tournament (2011) • One state title (2002) • Nine district titles • Six trips to the Sweet 16 • State runners-up (once) • State semifi nals (six times) • Nine time district “Coach of the Year” • Three time parish “Coach of the Year” • Two time Acadiana “Coach of the Year” • Teams ranked No. 1 in the state fi ve times • 2001 team ranked in the USA Today Top 25

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SALLIE GUILLORY ASSISTANT COACH

Sallie Guillory is in her third season as an assistant coach after spending eight years at Teurlings Catholic High in Lafayette, La. After two years coaching the back court, Guillory is bringing her toughness and grit to the front court. Guillory coached the posts three of her six years as an assistant at Teurlings. She will also take over as recruiting coordinator as well as marketing and

promotions. “Sallie will do a great job with our posts. We need her grit in the paint. The kids are going to feed off her toughness and work ethic. This is going to be a very positive change for them and for our program,” said head coach Brooks Williams. Guillory served as Teurlings assistant coach from 2001-2006 under present Cowgirl associate head coach Garry Brodhead. Guillory became the head coach at Teurlings in 2007 after Brodhead came to McNeese. “We are headed in a great direction with Sallie at the helm of our recruiting. She is organized and certainly will go the extra mile to help us sign the very best talent, student-athlete and best fi t for our program. We already, in a short time, seen a major swing in our recruiting with our staff. I am very excited for our future with Sallie’s efforts. Guillory helped Teurlings to four district championships, three semifi nals and a state runner-up as an assistant. As head coach, Guillory led Teurlings to two district, bidistrict and regional fi nalist from 2007-2009. Guillory was also named the District 5-4A Coach of the Year both seasons. She served as the Acadiana Stars AAU coach from 2001-2009 and was named the Louisiana AAU state championship coach in 2005 and 2006. Guillory spent time as the assistant track coach where she helped Teurlings to district titles in the girls javelin, 1600 and 3200 run, boys discus, shot put, 1600 and 3200 run in 2008. She helped produce the 2008 boys state shot put champion. In 2009, Guillory coached the district 5-4A girls 3200 run championship team. A native of Lafayette, La. and a 2005 graduate of Louisiana-Lafayette and 2001 graduate of Lafayette High. Guillory was a four year letterwinner in basketball and softball. Guillory was an all-district selection in both sports her senior year.

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GUILLORY’s file Hometown Lafayette, LA Alma Mater UL-Lafayette, 2005 Coaching Experience McNeese State Assistant Coach (2009-present) Teurlings Catholic High Head Coach (2007-2009) Tuerlings Catholic High Assistant Coach (2001-2006) Acadiana Stars AAU Coach (8 yrs.) Duties • Coaching posts • Recruiting Coordinator • Scouting and fi lm editing • Marketing and promotions • Technology Coordinator Highlights • Helped McNeese to the SLC regular season title, SLC Tournament title and NCAA Tournament (2011) • Two time District 5-4A Coach of the Year • Two time Louisiana AAU Coach of the Year • Two district titles • Two bi-district titles • two regional fi nals

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KACIE CRYER

ASSISTANT COACH Kacie Cryer rejoins the Cowgirl coaching staff as a full-time assistant. “We are certainly thrilled about Kacie re-joining ourCowgirl staff and family. She is young and eager to learn, and most importantly has a passion for the game and our players. It will be a very smooth transition since she has been in our program before and knows our system, our kids and our expectations,” said head coach Brooks Williams. Cryer was a Cowgirl graduate assistant from 2008-10 before taking a university recruiting job at Northwestern State last year. Cryer will oversee all travel, scouting and fi lm editing as well as assists with guard and post play, marketing and promotions and recruiting. The native of Abbeville, La., Cryer prepped at Teurlings Catholic High in Lafayette, LA. where she played for current Cowgirl associate head coach Garry Brodhead. Cryer was a member of the 2002 state championship team and was a fi rst team alldistrict and parish selection. Cryer spent her collegiate playing career at LSUShreveport from 2004-2008 and earned her degree in General Studies. She is scheduled to complete her masters degree this Fall. Cryer is the daughter of Charlie and Kristie Cryer. She has two brothers, Cody who is a member of the McNeese golf team and younger brother Chris is a Freshman on the Norhtwestern State football team. “Kacie has grown tremendously since her stint with us, and she is extremely anxious to get going. She is a coaches daughter and has a better understanding of the dedication it takes to be successful. I could not be happier that Kacie decided to re-join us. I think she is an excellent fi t for our program to continue to move forward.”

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CRYER’S file Hometown Lafayette, LA Alma Mater LSU-Shreveport, 2008 Coaching Experience McNeese Assistant Coach (2011) McNeese student coach (2009-10) Duties Travel Coordinator Assitst with guard and posts Recruting Overseeing scouting and fi lm exchange Assist with marketing and promotions Highlights 2002 State Champions (Teurlings Catholic High) All-District (1st team) All-Parish (1st team)

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Danita Green ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Ngan Chung TRAINER

VOICE OF THE COWGIRLS

Brian Benoit (left) and Tyler Williams provide the play-by-play for all Cowgirl games. Listen to all Cowgirl games on KJEF (1290 AM) radio.

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2011-2012 COWGIRL ROSTER Numerical Roster

No. Name 0 DeKendra Ledoux 5 Jordan Hines 10 Ashlyn Baggett 11 Caitlyn Baggett 12 Alaina Verdin 13 Liz Kingham 15 Taylor Gaedtke 20 Ashley Salazar 21 Kendra Wells 22 Raiyawna Gatlin 25 Candace LaCombe 33 Adrienne Minor 34 Martika Hull *44 Shalyn Riley 45 NeTanya Jones

Ht. Pos. 5-8 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-9 G 6-0 C 6-0 C 5-8 G 5-11 F 5-6 G 5-11 G 6-3 C 5-11 F 5-6 G 6-4 C

Cl.Exp. Fr.-HS Sr.-1VL Jr.-2VL Jr.-2VL So.-1VL So.-1VL Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-3VL Sr.-3VL Sr.-2VL Jr.-2VL Sr.-1VL Fr.-HS So.-1VL

Hometown/Previous School Opelousas, LA/Lake County Christian Tulsa, OK/ Independence CC Iota, LA/Iota HS Iota, LA/Iota HS Houma, LA/Terrebonne HS Grand Lake, LA/Grand Lake HS Keller, TX/Fort Worth Christian Knippa, TX/Knippa HS Port Allen, LA/Scotlandville HS Shreveport, LA/Southwood HS Iota, LA/LSU-Eunice Beaumont, TX./Ozen HS Meridian, MS/ East Mississippi CC Jennings, LA/Jennings HS Oakdale, LA/ Oakdale HS

*- Will Redshirt this season

Alphabetical Roster

No. Name 10 Ashlyn Baggett 11 Caitlyn Baggett 15 Taylor Gaedtke 22 Raiyawna Gatlin 5 Jordan Hines 34 Martika Hull 45 NeTanya Jones 13 Liz Kingham 25 Candace LaCombe 0 DeKendra Ledoux 33 Adrienne Minor 44 Shalyn Riley 20 Ashley Salazar 12 Alaina Verdin 21 Kendra Wells

Ht. 5-6 5-6 6-0 5-6 5-6 5-11 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-8 6-3 5-6 5-8 5-9 5-11

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

Cl.Exp. Jr.-2VL Jr.-2VL Fr.-HS Sr.-3VL Sr.-1VL Sr.-1VL So.-1VL So.-1VL Sr.-2VL Fr.-HS Jr.-2VL Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-1VL Sr.-3VL

Hometown/Previous School Iota, LA/Iota HS Iota, LA/Iota HS Keller, TX/Fort Worth Christian Shreveport, LA./Southwood HS Tulsa, OK/Independence CC Meridian, MS/East Mississippi CC Oakdale, LA/Oakdale HS Grand Lake, LA/Grand Lake HS Iota, LA/LSU-Eunice Opelousas, LA/Lake County Christian Beaumont, TX./Ozen HS Jennings, LA/Jennings HS Knippa, TX/Knippa HS Houma, LA/Terrebonne HS Port Allen, LA./Scottlandville HS

HEAD COACH: Brooks Donald Williams (Mississippi State, 2000) ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH: Garry Brodhead (UL-Lafayette, 1980) ASSISTANT COACH: Sallie Guillory (UL-Lafayette, 2005) ASSISTANT COACH: Kacie Cryer (LSU-Shreveport, 2008) MANAGERS: Rob Lihalakha, Ne’Aisha Anderson TRAINER: Ngan Chung

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Ashlyn/Caitlyn BAGGETT Taylor GAEDTKE Raiyawna Gatlin Martika Hull NeTanya Jones Liz Kingham Candace LACOMBE DEKENDRA LEDOOUX Rob LIHALAKHA Adrienne Minor SHALYN Riley Ashley SALAZAR Alaina Verdin

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By Height 6’4”

NeTanya Jones

6’3”

Adrienne Minor

6’1” 6’0”

5-10”

Liz Kingham Taylor Gaedtke Kendra Wells Candace LaCombe Martika Hull

5’9”

Alaina Verdin

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DeKendra Ledoux Ashley Salazar

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5’4” By Class...

Louisiana (10): DeKendra Ledoux, Ashlyn Baggett, Caitlyn Baggett, Alaina Verdin, Liz Kingham, Kendra Wells, Raiyawna Gatlin, Candace LaCombe, Shalyn Riley, NeTanya Jones Mississippi (1): Martika Hull Oklahoma (1): Jordan Hines Texas (3): Taylor Gaedtke, Ashley Salazar, Adrienne Minor

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Freshmen (4): DeKendra Ledoux, Taylor Gaedtke, Ashley Salazar, Shalyn Riley Sophomore (3): Alaina Verdin, Liz Kingham, NeTanya Jones Juniors (3): Ashlyn Baggett, Caitlyn Baggett, Adrienne Minor Seniors (5): Jordan Hines, Kendra Wells, Raiyawna Gatlin, Candace LaCombe, Martika Hull

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#5 JORDAN HINES 5-6 • Senior • Guard Tulsa, OK. Independence Community College

2010-11 (Junior): played in 30 games and started in one…averaged eight minutes per game as a reserve…1.0 ppg. And 1.1 apg… scored a career high 11 points and dished out a career high seven assists against Centenary. Pre-McNeese: transfer from Independence Community College (Kansas) where she helped her team to a 229 overall record as a sophomore...averaged 5.0 ppg. and 7.5 apg...ranked fi rst in assists in the Jayhawk Conference and in the Women’s VI Region High School: attended Jenks High (Oklahoma) where she was a three year letterwinner...member of the state runners-up team as a junior. Born: July 31, 1990…daughter of Traci and Shelton Hines…Major: Psychology CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 11 vs. Centenary (‘10-11); Rebounds: 5 vs. Texas A&M-CC (‘10-11); FGs: 3 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 4 vs. several (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs: 3 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 4 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; FTs: 2 vs. several (‘10-11) ; FTs Att.: 4 vs. Univ. of the Southwest (‘10-11) ; Assists: 7 vs Centenary (‘10-11) ; Steals: 2 vs. several (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: none

HINES’ CAREER STATS YEAR 2011 TOT.

GP/GS 30/1 30/1

All FG 3 Pt. FG M A Pct. M A Pct. 10 39 .256 6 25 .240 10 39 .256 6 25 .240

M 4 4

FT’S A 8 8

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Pct. .500 .500

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 1 14 15 1 14 15

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Avg. A TO Blk 0.5 34 34 0 0.5 34 34 0

St. PF D 12 7 0 12 7 0

Min/Avg. 239/8.0 239/8.0

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#21 KENDRA WELLS 5-11 • Senior • Forward Port Allen, LA. Scotlandville High 2010-11 (Junior): led the team and ranked seventh in the Southland Conference with 8.0 rpg...scored the game winning basket with 3.6 second left in the regular season championship game against Lamar...tied for a team high seven blocks...recorded four doubledoubles...SLC All-Tournament. 2009-10 (Sophomore): led the team in scoring (13.9 ppg.), rebounds (7.9 rpg.), assists (2.4) and steals (1.9)...ranked third in the SLC with 5.6 defensive rebounds per game, ninth in scoring, tied for fi fth in rebounds and tied for ninth in steals...scored in double fi gures in 21 games and grabbed 10 or more rebounds in nine games...scored a career high 31 points against Sam Houston State...seven double-doubles...led the team in rebounds 11 times and scoring nine times...All-Louisiana honorable mention. 2008-09 (Freshman): played in 30 games and started in 12... led the team with 7.1 rpg...second on the team with 1.0 steals per game...third on the team in scoring with 8.7 ppg....scored in double fi gures in 10 games and recorded double fi gure rebounds in fi ve games...only player to record double-doubles in the season with four...was the game’s leading scorer four times. High School: attended Scotlandville High where she was a four year starter…averaged 24.5 ppg.,, 8.0 rpg., 5.0 apg. And 4.0 spg. Her senior season…helped Scotlandville to the 6-5A bi-district championship during the 2006-07 season…four time all-district, two time all-state…three time district MVP…team defensive MVP (4 yrs.)…member of volleyball (3 yrs.), softball and track teams (high jump)...fi rst Scottlandville High female athlete to be named to the 5A all-state team (2008)...Louisiana High School All-Star game participant…Honor Roll. Born: August 30, 1990…daughter of Kenneth Minor and Gwendlyn M. Wells-Jackson…Major: Health and Human Performance Other: Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 31 vs. Sam Houston State (‘09-10); Rebounds: 18 vs. Sam Houston St. (‘08-09); FGs: 13 vs. Sam Houston St. (‘09-10) ; FGs Att.: 27 vs. Sam Houston St. (‘09-10) ; 3-pt. FGs: 3 vs. several ; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 8 vs. UT-Arlington (‘09-10) ; FTs: 10 vs. UL-Lafayette (‘09-10) ; FTs Att.: 10 vs. several; Assists: 7 vs several; Steals: 5 vs. Centenary (‘09-10); Blocked Shots: 2 vs. Texas State (‘10-11)

WELLS’ CAREER STATS YEAR 2011 2010 2009 TOT.

All FG GP/GS M A 33/24 89 199 29/29 142 400 30/12 91 251 92/65 322 850

3 Pt. FG FT’S Pct. M A Pct. M A .447 5 18 ,278 62 88 .355 19 84 .226 101 159 .363 12 47 .255 66 99 .379 36 149 .242 229 346

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Pct. .705 .635 .667 .662

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 79 184 263 65 163 228 78 136 214 222 483 705

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Avg. 8.0 7.9 7.1 7.7

A TO 24 53 71 106 40 44 135 203

Blk St. 7 37 6 54 2 31 15 122

PF D 84 2 69 1 54 1 207 4

Min/Avg. 921/27.9 976/33.7 754/25.1 2651/28.8

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#22 RAIYAWNA GATLIN 5-6 • Senior • Guard Shreveport, LA. Southwood High 2010-11 (Junior): fourth on the team with a 44.9 fi eld goal percent and a 73.2 free throw percent…fi fth on the team in scoring with 6.8 ppg…sparked Cowgirl comebacks against Colgate and a home win against Central Arkansas…named to the LaGuardia Classic All-Tournament Team. 2009-10 (Sophomore): played in 29 games and started in 18... third on the team in scoring with 7.5 ppg. and 1.6 assists per game...fourth on the team in steals...scored in double fi gures nine times including a career high 20 points at Northwestern State. 2008-09 (Freshman): played in 28 games...averaged 2.1 ppg. and 1.5 rpg...scored in double fi gures once...named to the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-America Team. High School: attended Southwood High where she helped her team to two state championship titles…averaged 12.1 ppg., 4.3 rpg. and shot 59 percent from the fi eld…scored a season high 22 points twice as a senior…all-district, all-city and all-state… named to several all-tournament teams…2008 Class 5A state championship MVP…Louisiana High School All-Star game participant…Honor Roll…Honor Society Born: April 25, 1990…daughter of Reynard and Danyelle Scroggins…Major: Biology Other: Member of the McNeese LAMP program....fi nished in the top of her class with a 4.0 in the LAMP program in 2009... member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes...Pre-Med...Pre-Dent Society...SAAC Member

CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 20 vs. Northwestern State (‘09-10); Rebounds: 5 vs. several; FGs: 7 vs. several ; FGs Att.: 18 vs. Stephen F. Austin (‘09-10) ; 3-pt. FGs: 1 vs. several ; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 1 vs. several ; FTs: 8 vs. Stephen F. Austin (‘09-10) ; FTs Att.: 9 vs. Stephen F. Austin (‘09-10); Assists: 6 vs Lamar (‘09-10); Steals: 3 vs. several; Blocked Shots: 1 vs. several

YEAR 2011 2010 2009 TOT.

GP/GS 32/5 28/18 28/0 89/23

All FG M A 93 207 79 255 25 70 197 532

Pct. .449 .310 .357 .370

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 0 0 .000 1 5 .200

GATLIN’S CAREER STATS

FT’S M A 30 41 59 89 8 17 97 147

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Pct. .732 .663 .471 .660

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 31 33 64 45 40 85 16 25 41 92 98 190

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A TO Blk 29 51 1 45 71 0 9 23 1 83 145 2

St. 18 25 8 51

PF 75 80 45 200

D 3 1 0 4

Min/Avg. 572/17.9 638/22.0 305/10.9 1515/17.0

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Pts. 217 217 58 492

Avg. 6.8 7.5 2.1 5.5


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#25 CANDACE LACOMBE 5-11 • Senior • Guard Iota, LA. Iota High 2010-11 (Junior): played in 33 games and started in 12…averaged 3.8 ppg., 1.2 rpg…third on the team in three-pointers made with 34…scored in double fi gures in four games…scored a season high 13 points against University of the Southwest. 2009-10 (Sophomore): played in 19 games and started in eight... missed the fi rst 10 games due to an injury...third on the team in scoring with 9.6 ppg...led the team in three-point attempts and three-pointers made...made a game high fi ve three-pointers against Norfolk State...scored in double fi gures nine times and led the Cowgirls in scoring six times...scored a career high 24 points against Texas State. Pre-McNeese: spent the 2008-09 season at LSU-Eunice..set three different NJCAA Division II records...set the all-time career mark for consecutive free throws made with 52 straight...her 21 for 21 free throws made against Glendale (Ariz.) set the record for most free throws made in a game...the 21 free throws attempted set a record for free throw attempts in a game...ranked nationally in several categories including leading the nation in free throw percent...ranked 10th in scoring and 38th in three-point fi eld goal percent...shot 36 percent from the fi eld and led LSUE with 86 three-pointers. High School: attended Iota High where she was a three time alldistrict selection...four time all-parish...all-state her junior season... member of two state championship teams. Born: April 25, 1990…daughter of Richard and Judith LaCombe… Major: Health and Human Performance CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 24 vs. Texas State (‘09-10); Rebounds: 7 vs. University of the Southwest (‘10-11); FGs: 7 vs. Texas State (‘09-10) ; FGs Att.: 18 vs. Texas State (‘09-10); 3-pt. FGs: 5 vs. several ; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 16 vs. UT-Arlington (‘09-10); FTs: 5 vs. Texas State (‘09-10) ; FTs Att.: 10 vs. Texas State (‘09-10); Assists: 5 vs. Norfolk State (’09-10); Steals: 4 vs. Norfolk State (‘09-10); Blocked Shots: 1 vs. several

YEAR 2011 2010 TOT.

GP/GS 33/12 19/8 52/20

M 43 57 100

All FG A 143 200 343

Pct. .301 .285 .292

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 34 126 .270 47 155 .303 81 281 .288

LACOMBE’S CAREER STATS

FT’S M A 5 6 21 31 26 37

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Pct. .833 .677 .703

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 11 46 57 13 41 54 24 87 111

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A TO Blk 22 28 4 22 37 4 44 65 8

St. 13 23 36

PF D 18 0 35 1 53 1

Min/Avg. 456/13.8 502/26.4 958/18.4

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#32 Ja’NIQUA KENDRIX

2010-11 (Junior): played in 33 games, started in 12…averaged 4.4 ppg. and 4.2 rpg…tied for a team high seven blocks…shot 44.5 percent from the fi eld and 68.2 from the free throw line…scored a season high 10 points against Colgate and UTSA…grabbed a grabbed a season high 12 rebounds against Northwestern State. 2009-10 (Sophomore): played in 28 games, started in 18...led the Cowgirls with 21 blocks...ranked third on the team in rebounds with 6.0 per game...second on the team with 2.5 offensive rebounds and a 41.4 fi eld goal shooting percent...third on the team in steals with 1.2 per game...recorded her fi rst career double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds against Paul Quinn...scored in double fi gures in four games and grabbed 10 or more rebounds in three games...led the team in rebounding three times. 2008-09 (Freshman): played in 30 games and started in 19... averaged 2.9 ppg...second on the team 5.0 rpg...led the team with 13 blocks...fourth on the team with 28 steals...recorded double fi gure rebounds three times...grabbed a career high 17 rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff. High School: Prepped at Neville High where she averaged 17.5 ppg., 10.3 rpg., 4.2 spg., and 2.3 apg…district champs (200405)…four time all-district…district MVP (2008)…three time allstate..three time All-Northeast Louisiana…Northeast Louisiana Player of the Year (2008)…Louisiana High School All-Star game participant…McDonald’s All-America Nominee…member of the volleyball and softball teams. Born: July 24, 1990…daughter of Adell and Joyce Kendrix… Major: Health and Human Performance Other: Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and its Leadership Team...was one of several FCA members to volunteer for post-hurricane clean-up as a part of Team FCA. CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 13 vs. Central Arkansas (‘09-10); Rebounds: 17 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (‘08-09); FGs: 5 vs. several ; FGs Att.: 13 vs. Colgate (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs: 1 vs. several ; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 2 vs. Tulane (‘09-10) ; FTs: 5 vs. Central Arkansas (‘09-10) ; FTs Att.: 5 vs. several; Assists: 3 vs several; Steals: 4 vs. Texas State (‘09-10); Blocked Shots: 3 vs. several

YEAR 2011 2010 2009 TOT.

GP/GS 33/12 28/18 30/19 91/49

M 61 65 36 162

All FG A 137 157 107 401

Pct. .445 .414 .336 .404

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 1 3 .333 1 7 .143 0 1 .000 2 11 .182

KENDRIX’S CAREER STATS

FT’S M A 21 29 32 47 15 26 68 102

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Pct. .724 .681 .577 .667

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 56 83 139 69 98 167 42 109 151 167 290 457

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A TO Blk 13 32 7 32 55 21 15 38 13 60 125 41

St. PF D 36 62 1 34 81 6 28 57 1 98 200 8

Min/Avg. 443/13.4 550/19.6 500/16.7 1493/16.4

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#34 MARTIKA HULL 5-11 • Senior • Forward Meridian, MS. 2010-11 (Junior): played in 31 games, started in two in her fi rst season with the Cowgirls…averaged 3.1 ppg. And 3.5 rpg…led the team with a 53.4 fi eld goal shooting percent…recorded her fi rst career double-double with 10 points and 15 rebounds against Southern (N.O.)… ended the season with a game high 10 rebounds against Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament. Pre-McNeese: transfer from East Mississippi Community College...averaged 15.5 ppg., 8.8 rpg, 2.3 steals per game and shot 57.0 percent from the fi eld as a sophomore...in her freshman season, she led her team to the Junior College National Tournament...named to the Region 23 All-Tournament team...member of the North Division Champs (2008-09) and Region 23 Championship team....two time MACJC All-North First Team...participated in the MACJC All-Star game. High School: attended Southeast Lauderdale High (Meridian, MS.) where she was a four time All-Division, All-South and All-State...two time All-Star selection... three time Clarion Ledger Honorable Mention...member of the 2006 and 2008 state championship team. Born: April 21, 1990…daughter of Dorothy and William Hull…Major: Early Childhood Education

CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 11 vs. Texas College (‘10-11); Rebounds: 15 vs. Southern (N.O.) (‘10-11); FGs: 5 vs. Southern (N.O.) (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 7 vs. several (‘10-11); 3-pt. FGs: none ; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 1 vs. Southern Miss (‘1011); FTs: 5 vs. Texas College (‘10-11) ; FTs Att.: 9 vs. Texas College (‘10-11); Assists: 2 vs. New Orleans (’10-11); Steals: 3 vs. New Orleans (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: 1 vs. several

YEAR 2011 TOT.

GP/GS 31/2 31/2

All FG M A Pct. 39 73 .534 39 73 .534

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 0 1 .000 0 1 .000

HULLS’S CAREER STATS

FT’S M A Pct. 17 31 .548 17 31 .548

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#10 ASHLYN BAGGETT 5-6 • Junior • Guard Iota, LA. Iota High 2010-11 (Sophomore): led the Cowgirls and ranked second in

the Southland Conference in scoring (16.7 ppg.)…averaged 19.6 ppg. in SLC games only…led the Cowgirls in 3-point fi eld goal percent (36.5), steals (1.5) and 32.1 minutes played…scored in double fi gures in 28 games…scored at least 20 points in 17 games…made a career high six three-pointes against Texas A&MCorpus Christi and dished out a career high six assists against Norfolk State…named to the Capital One District 6 Academic All-America Team (second team)…Southland Conference Tournament MVP…fi rst team All-SLC…SLC Student-Athlete of the Year…fi rst team All-Louisiana 2009-10: spent the season as a redshirt 2008-09 (Freshman): led the team with a 39.0 three-point fi eld goal percent...second on the team in scoring 10.7 ppg...scored a game high 25 points against Central Arkansas. High School: Attended Iota High where she averaged 18.5 ppg., 5.7 rpg…dished out 5.4 assists and 4.8 steals per game… scored 2,684 career points, 510 steals and 588 assists…helped Iota to a No. 9 ranking by USA Today and No. 16 in Sports Illustrated…member of the 2006-07 state championship team that was undefeated at 43-0…member of 2007-08 state championship team…member of the Sweet Sixteen semifi nal team (2005)… Sweet Sixteen all-tournament...four-time all district, all-state and all-parish…3A district MVP her senior season…Louisiana High School All-Star game participant…member of the volleyball and track teams…all-district in volleyball and state fi nalist as a pole vaulter…ran the quarter-mile and was a hurdler…Beta Club… Honors Program.

Born: January 16, 1990…daughter of Stan and Cheri Baggett…Major: Nursing

Other: Father (Stan), grandfather (Richard), uncle (Ray)

and great uncle (Charles) are former McNeese State athletes CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 27 vs. Nicholls (‘10-11); Rebounds: 7 vs. several; FGs: 10 vs. Central Arkansas (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 22 vs. UT-Arlington (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs: 6 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (‘10-11); 3-pt. FGs Att.: 12 vs. UNO; FTs: 11 vs. NW State (‘10-11) ; FTs Att.: 14 vs. Lamar (‘10-11); Assists: 7 vs Sam Houston State (‘10-11); Steals: 4 vs. UT-Arlington (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: 1 vs. several

BAGGETT’S CAREER STATS YEAR 2011 2010 2009 TOT.

All FG 3 Pt. FG FT’S GP/GS M A Pct. M A Pct. M A 33/32 180 443 .406 73 200 .365 117 148 spent the season as a redshirt 29/17 102 270 .378 55 141 .390 52 68 62/49 282 713 .396 128 341 .375 169 216

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Pct. .791

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 11 80 91

Avg. A TO Blk 2.8 76 86 2

St. PF D 48 67 1

Min/Avg. Pts. Avg. 1060/32.1 550 16.7

.765 .782

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2.4 64 67 2.6 140 153

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#11 CAITLYN BAGGETT 5-6 • Junior • Guard Iota, LA. Iota High

2010-11 (Sophomore): led McNeese and ranked third in the

Southland Conference with 4.4 assists per game…second on the team in scoring with 11.6 ppg.and an 82.6 free throw percent…tied for second on the team with 1.4 steals per game…scored a career high 26 points at Southeastern La….credited with a career high six steals against Colgate and a career high nine assists against Sam Houston State and Nicholls…second team All-Southland Conference…Southland Conference All-Tournament team… honorable mention All-Louisiana. 2009-10: spent the season as a redshirt 2008-09 (Freshman): led the team with 74 assists (2.4 per game)...fourth on the team in scoring with 8.4 ppg...scored a career high 22 points against Arkansas-Monticello. High School: Attended Iota High where she averaged 18.9 ppg., 5.9 rpg…dished out 5.5 assists and 4.8 steals per game…scored 2,681 career points, 677 steals and 792 assists…helped Iota to a No. 9 ranking by USA Today and No. 16 in Sports Illustrated…member of the 2006-07 state championship team that was undefeated at 43-0…member of the 2007-08 state championship team…member of the Sweet Sixteen semifi nal team (2005)…Sweet Sixteen alltournament…four-time all district, all-state and all-parish…2008 Class 3A State Championship MVP…Louisiana High School AllStar game participant…member of the volleyball and track teams… all-district in volleyball and state fi nalist as a pole vaulter…ran the quarter-mile and was a hurdler…Beta Club…Honors Program.

Born: January 16, 1990…daughter of Stan and Cheri Baggett… Major: Physical Therapy

Other: Father (Stan), grandfather (Richard), uncle (Ray) and great uncle (Charles) are former McNeese State athletes.

CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 26 vs. Southeastern La. (‘10-11); Rebounds: 8 vs. several; FGs: 10 vs. Texas A&M (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 20 vs. Texas A&M (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs: 3 vs. several; 3-pt. FGs Att.: 7 vs. Oklahoma State (‘0809); FTs: 13 vs. several ; FTs Att.: 14 vs. several; Assists: 9 vs Sam Houston St. (‘10-11); Steals: 6 vs. Colgate (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: 1 vs. Centenary (‘08-09)

BAGGETT’S CAREER STATS YEAR 2011 2010 2009 TOT.

All FG GP/GS M A Pct. 32/28 99 220 .450 spent the season as a redshirt 30/11 66 201 .328 62/39 165 421 .392

3 Pt. FG FT’S M A Pct. M A Pct. 17 54 .315 157 190 .826

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 10 76 86

Avg. A TO Blk 2.7 141 106 1

St. PF D 45 83 2

Min/Avg. 926/28.9

Pts. Avg. 372 11.6

19 66 .288 102 135 36 120 .300 259 325

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2.7 74 2.7 215

30 78 75 161

671/22.4 1597/25.8

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#33 ADRIENNE MINOR 6-3 • Junior • Center Beaumont, TX. Ozen High 2010-11 (Sophomore): played in 12 games as a reserve…

averaged 1.7 ppg. And 2.1 rpg…shot 42.9 percent from the fi eld and 66.7 percent from the free throw line…scored a season high nine points and grabbed seven rebounds against Southern (N.O.).

2009-10 (Freshman): played in 28 games and started in

three...earned her fi rst career start against Central Arkansas...led the team with a 69.2 free throw percent...recorded her fi rst career double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds against Texas College...led the team in rebounds twice.

2008-09: spent the season as a redshirt after suffering an injury in an exhibition game.

High School: Attended Ozen High where she averaged a double-double (13.0 ppg., 10.0 rpg.) as a junior…all-district... Magna Cum Laude…National Honor Society.

Born: March 18, 1990…daughter of Rev. Durward and Angela Minor II…Major: Education Other: Member of Fellowhip of Christian Athletes...member of FCA Leadership Team

CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 10 vs. Texas College (‘09-10); Rebounds: 11 vs. Texas College (‘09-10); FGs: 5 vs. Texas College (‘09-10) ; FGs Att.: 11 vs. Lamar (‘09-10) ; 3-pt. FGs: none; 3-pt. FGs Att.: none; FTs: 5 vs. Texas A&MCorpus Christi (‘09-10) ; FTs Att.: 6 vs. several; Assists: 2 vs Nicholls (‘09-10); Steals: 2 vs. several; Blocked Shots: 1 vs. several

YEAR 2011 2010 2009 TOT.

All FG GP/GS M A Pct. 12/0 9 21 .429 28/3 25 69 .362 spent the season as a redshirt 40/3 34 90 .378

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

MINORS’ CAREER STATS

FT’S M A 2 3 18 26

Pct. .667 .692

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 14 11 25 33 48 81

Avg. A 2.1 2 2.9 7

TO Blk 9 1 26 2

St. PF D 3 14 0 13 60 0

Min/Avg. 78/6.5 278/9.9

Pts. Avg. 20 1.7 68 2.4

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#12 ALAINA VERDIN 5-9 • Sophomore • Guard Houma, LA. Terrebonne High

2010-11 (Freshman) played in 13 games before suffering a season ending injury in the fi rst Southland Conference game of the season…scored 10 points against Southern Miss in her fi rst collegiate game…tied for a team high seven blocks. High School: attended Terrebonne High where she averaged 22 ppg., 5.9 rpg., 3.9 blocks and assists... scored over 2,000 points throughout her career...four time All-District...two time district MVP...two time All-State...two time All-Region...participated in the Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star game. Born: June 24, 1992…daughter of Rayetta Robertson… Major: Health and Human Performance

CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 10 vs. Southern Miss (‘10-11); Rebounds: 7 vs. Alabama (‘1011); FGs: 3 vs. several (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 12 vs. Alabama (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs: 1 vs. Southern Miss (‘10-11); 3-pt. FGs Att.: 3 vs. several; FTs: 5 vs. Texas College (‘10-11) ; FTs Att.: 3 vs. several; Assists: 2 vs several (‘10-11); Steals: 3 vs. Centenary (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: 2 vs. Southern Miss (‘10-11)

YEAR 2011 TOT.

GP/GS 13/0 13/0

All FG M A Pct. 22 83 .265 22 83 .265

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 1 17 .059 1 17 .059

VERDIN’S CAREER STATS

FT’S M A 12 19 12 19

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Pct. .632 .632

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 13 18 31 13 18 31

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TO Blk 19 7 19 7

St. PF D 11 16 0 11 16 0

Min/Avg. 160/12.3 160/12.3

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2010-11 (Freshman): played in nine games in her rookie season…averaged 0.8 ppg. and 0.9 rpg…scored her fi rst collegiate points against Centenary.

#13 LIZ KINGHAM 6-0 • Sophomore • Center Grand Lake, LA. Grand Lake High

2009-10: spent the season as a redshirt High School: attended Grand Lake High where she averaged 22.0 ppg., 9.0 rpg. and four assists her senior season...averaged 18.0 ppg., 8.0 rpg and four assists her junior season...two time fi rst team all-district... two-time all-state...team MVP her senior season...fi rst team Southwest Louisiana small schools...participated in LHSAA all-star game...helped her team to the quarterfi nals her junior and senior years...played for Domino’s AAU Organization...member of the U16 AAU National Championship team. Born: July 24, 1991…daughter of Danny and Anita Kingham…Major: Radiology

CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 4 vs. Centenary (‘10-11); Rebounds: 4 vs. Centenary (‘10-11); FGs: 2 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 5 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; 3pt. FGs: 1 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christie (‘10-11); 3-pt. FGs Att.: 3 vs. Memphis (‘10-11); FTs: none ; FTs Att.: none; Assists: 1 vs several (‘10-11); Steals: 1 vs. Southern (N.O.) (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: none

KINGHAM’S CAREER STATS YEAR 2011 2010 TOT.

All FG 3 Pt. FG GP/GS M A Pct. M A Pct. 9/0 3 12 .250 1 8 .125 spent the season as a redshirt 9/0 3 12 .250 1 8 .125

M 0 0

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.000

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 6 2 8 6

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TO Blk 1 0 1

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Min/Avg. 44/4.9

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#45 NeTANYA JONES 6-4 • Sophomore • Center Oakdale, LA. Oakdale High

2010-11 (Freshman): played in nine games…averaged 1.3 ppg., and 0.8 rpg…scored her fi rst collegiate points against New Orleans. High School: attended Oakdale High where she was a four year letterwinner...averaged 19 ppg. and 13.6 rpg. as a senior...set a school game record by scoring 39 points her junior year and led her team to their fi rst Top 28 appearance in school history...named to the AllDistrict, All-State and All-Central Louisiana teams... member of the 2010 District Championship team and the 2009 State Finalist team...2008 state qualifi er in the shot put and discus. Born: July 14, 1992...daughter of Clifton and Pearl Jones...Major: Accounting CAREER HIGH’S

Points: 8 vs. Centenary (‘10-11); Rebounds: 5 vs. University of the Southwest (‘10-11); FGs: 4 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; FGs Att.: 5 vs. Centenary (‘10-11) ; 3-pt. FGs: none; 3-pt. FGs Att.: none; FTs: none ; FTs Att.: 2 vs. Southern (N.O.) (‘10-11); Assists: 1 vs University of the Southwest (‘10-11); Steals: 1 vs. University of the Southwest (‘10-11); Blocked Shots: 1 vs. Texas College (‘10-11)

JONES’ CAREER STATS YEAR 2011 TOT.

GP/GS 9/0 9/0

All FG M A Pct. 6 12 .500 6 12 .500

3 Pt. FG M A Pct. 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT’S M A 0 4 0 4

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Pct. .000 .000

REBOUNDS Off. Def. Tot. 1 6 7 1 6 7

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Avg. A 0.8 0 0.8 0

TO Blk 7 1 7 1

St. PF D 1 13 1 1 13 1

Min/Avg. 37/4.1 37/4.1

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#0 DeKENDRA LEDOUX 5-8 • Freshman • Guard Opelousas, LA. Lake Country Christian High School: attended Acadiana Prep for two years (freshman and sophomore) and Lake Country Christian School for two years (junior and senior). At Acadiana Prep: helped produce a 49-3 record in two years... member of two state championship teams. At Lake Country Christian School: fi rst team All-District...fi rst team All-State...Offensive “Player of the Year” Other: Member of Acadiana Stars (2003-05) Born: Jan. 6, 1993...daughter of Donald and Adrea Ledoux... Major: Pre-Physical Therapy

#15 TAYLOR GAEDTKE 6-0 • Freshman • Center Keller, TX. Fort Worth Christian High School: prepped at Fort Worth Christian where she was a four year letterwinner...three time All-District...two time All-State...District and Regional MVP...TABC MVP...state alltournament team...All-Star team..TABC All-State...TABC Best Athlete. Born: May 27, 1993...daughter of Tom and Dana Gaedtke...Major: Health and Human Performance www.mcneesesports.com

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#20 ASHLEY SALAZAR 5-8 • Freshman • Guard Knippa, TX. Knippa High High School: four year letterwinner in basketball, tennis and cross country...in basketball, she was a four time All-District, All-State and All-Region...three time District MVP...offensive MVP...four time TABC All-State...four time TBM All-State...TGAC All-State...TABC threepoint champion...member of Sophia Young Elite Summer League team. Other: aunt played basketball and volleyball at Saint Edwards...uncle played football at St. Joseph’s College in Indiana and cousin is currently a senior at Southern Methodist. Born: December 10, 1993...daughter of Edmundo Salazar...Major: Elementary Education

#44 SHALYN RILEY 5-6 • Freshman • Guard Jennings, LA. Jennings High High School: attended Jennings High where she was a four year letterwinner...member of the 2011 State Champs...MVP of state championship game...fi rst team All-District...fi rst team All-State...MVP of All-Southwest Louisiana Schools...Academic All-State...member of Acadiana Stars that won the state title from 2004-06. Born: July 21, 1993...daughter of Joseph and Charla Riley...Major: Nursing

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COWGIRLS In New York

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LAKE CHARLES

The fi rst people to settle the lake were Mr. and Mrs. LeBleu of Bordeaux, France. They arrived in 1781 and secured their home six miles east of the present site of Lake Charles, living in peaceful coexistence with several tribes of Indians. This area originally settled by the LeBleu's is now known as LeBleu Settlement. Other pioneers quickly ventured to Lake Charles. Among them was Charles Sallier who married LeBleu's daughter, Catherine. The Sallier's built their home on the lake, in the area now known as Lake Charles. After Charles Sallier built his home in this area, the lake became known as Charlie's Lake. By 1860 this area was being called "Charleston" or "Charles Town." Settlers at the turn of the century acquired property from the Indians or they homesteaded the Rio Hondo lands. The Rio Hondo which fl owed through Lake Charles was later called Quelqueshue, an Indian term meaning "Crying Eagle" and still later Calcasieu. Little is known of these early residents except that they were a mixture of English, French, Spanish and Dutch. On March 7, 1861, Lake Charles was incorporated as the town of Charleston, Louisiana. The growth of the city was fairly slow until Captain Daniel Goos came in 1855. He established a lumber mill and schooner dock, now Goosport, and promoted a profi table trade with Texas and Mexican ports by sending his schooner down-river into the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the wood which built the city came from Goos' mill. Until the arrival of Goos, Jacob Ryan dominated the lumber industry. Ryan convinced the state government to move the parish seat to Lake Charles. Later that year, Ryan and Samuel Kirby transferred the parish courthouse and jail to Lake Charles, at that time called Charleston. Six years after the city was incorporated, dissatisfaction over the name Charleston arose. On March 16, 1867, Charleston, Louisiana, was incorporated into the town of Lake Charles.

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The City of Lake Charles Quick Facts is conveniently located on Interstate-10 between Population: 71,757 Houston, Tx. and New Square Miles: 43.105 Acres: 27,587 Orleans, La. Our sandy Square Distance From Major Cities beaches are nestled on the Atlanta: 670.2 miles Calcasieu River just 30 miles Baton Rouge: 129.4 miles upstream from the Gulf of Dallas: 358.8 miles 142.8 miles Mexico. Lake Charles is Houston: New Orleans: 205.2 miles connected to the Gulf by means of a deep-water ship channel and is the seat and port of entry of Calcasieu Parish. It is no mystery why Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana are referred to as the "Festival Capital of Louisiana." With more than 75 fairs, festivals and special events each year, our area has celebrations down to an art form - complete with food, music, lights and laughter. Contraband Days is one of Louisiana’s largest festivals and the City of Lake Charles' oldest festival. Contraband Days is a 12-day festival/carnival extravaganza fi lled with savory cajun food, family fun and festivities, and is attended by over 200,000 people annually. Each year during the fi rst two weeks in May the city offi cially celebrates the legend of the pirate Jean Lafi tte with its Contraband Days celebration. History tells us that Lafi tte and his band of pirates once sailed the area's waterways and are said to have buried Lafi tte's Contraband treasure somewhere in the vicinity of the lake. The festivities kick off every year with a pirate ship bombardment to "take control of the city" at the seawall of the Lake Charles Civic Center. A gang of rowdy and unruly buccaneers led by Jean Lafi tte himself overruns the blazing cannons of the local militia, raises their "Jolly Roger" fl ag, captures the Mayor and forces him - with swords drawn - to walk the plank into the swirling waters of the lake.

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In 1938, Louisiana founded McNeese State University, then known as the Lake Charles Junior College, as a division of Louisiana State University. The opening session of the college began on September 11, 1939. The following fall, the school changed its name to John McNeese Junior College to honor John McNeese, a renowned South-west Louisiana educator and the fi rst superintendent of schools in Imperial Calcasieu Parish. In 1950 McNeese became a four-year college in its own right and came under the authority of the Louisiana Board of Education. Finally, in 1970, McNeese State University became the offi cial name of the school. The University provides opportunities for continuing education in support of its mission to value lifelong learning. As a member of the University of Louisiana System and a selective admissions institution, McNeese offers degrees through six academic colleges: Business, Education, Engineering and Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing, and Science. McNeese’s student body comprises over 8,500 students from throughout Louisiana, the United States, and approximately 50 countries. McNeese’s athletic programs are NCAA-certifi ed for competition at I-AA and I-A levels. The soccer team won the school's fi rst ever conference tournament title and appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 2006. The McNeese State University campus in Lake Charles, Louisiana features 68 buildings on 500 acres dotted with live oak trees and azalea bushes. The McNeese community continues to use the three original structures - Kaufman Hall, Ralph O. Ward Memorial Gym (the Arena), and Francis G. Bulber Auditorium. Bulber Auditorium, a striking example of Art Deco architecture, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. McNeese State University upholds a long tradition of service to the Southwest Louisiana community and the nation. The University’s motto of “Excellence with a Personal Touch” extends beyond the classroom to offering help to others in times of need. During World War II, the campus was the headquarters of the Louisiana Maneuvers, an extensive military exercise to prepare American soldiers for battle. In 1957, the McNeese community gave aid and comfort to the victims of Hurricane Audrey and served as the National Guard’s base of rescue operations. McNeese provided shelter for New Orleans residents and university students fl eeing Hurricane Katrina in 2005. McNeese faced one of its greatest challenges when Hurricane Rita struck in the fall that same year. The storm caused devastating damage to campus facilities and infrastructure. The recovery effort after Hurricane Rita showed the community of Southwest Louisiana the high caliber of McNeese faculty, staff, and students in their commitment to complete the semester and move forward in support of the core values of academic excellence, student success, fi scal responsibility, and university/community alliances.

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Dr. Philip C. Williams President Dr. Philip C. Williams is the sixth president

of McNeese State University. He attended public schools in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1974 as a Morehead Scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with honors in history. He earned his law degree at the Columbia University School of Law in New York City, with a certifi cate of achievement with honors from the Parker Program in Foreign and International law. During the course of his legal profession, he practiced corporate law and served as administrative vice president and counsel for Sea World, Inc. In 1994, Dr. Williams returned to Chapel Hill to earn his Ph.D. in Health Policy and Administration. Prior to beginning his career in higher education, he served for one year as a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. Most recently he was President at the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama. •- McNeese has an enrollment of 8, 294. The university is located in Lake Charles, Louisiana, a city with a population of 80,000. •- McNeese is the first public university in the state to offer a concentration in Forensic Chemistry. •- McNeese now has seven Senior Fulbright Scholars in its faculty that have traveled to Greece, Finland, Moldova, Romania, Rwanda, China and Korea. •- The College of Nursing is nationally accredited by the National League of Nursing and continually has a high passing rate on the nursing licensing exam. •- The College of Business has an internship program which places students nationwide.

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McNeese Facts

Location: Lake Charles, La. Founded: September, 1939 Enrollment: 8,784 Campus: 99-acre main campus, 402-acre MSU farm, a 65acre athletic plant and student apartment complex, Louisiana Environmental Research Center and Burton Coliseum. McNeese has been rated as one of the top schools in the nation for the individual attention students receive from MSU faculty in the College Catalog published by Newsweek. Other well-known names on Mascot: Cowboys that list are Harvard and Stanford Universities. School Colors: Blue and Gold At McNeese, almost 9,000 students can choose from more than 80 degree programs offered by the Colleges of Business, Education, Engineering and Technology, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Science, the Division of General and Basic Studies, and the Dore' School of Graduate Studies. There are students from 34 states and 49 countries that attend McNeese State University.

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS * Accounting * Finance * General Business Mgmt. * Management * Marketing

BURTON COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

* Athletic Training * Business Education * Early Childhood Education * Elementary Education * Health and Human Performance * Psychology * Special Education

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGy

* Engineering * Engineering Technology

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS * Art * Art Education * Criminal Justice * English *English Education * Foreign Language Edu. * French

* Government * History * Humanities * Liberal Studies * Mass Communication * Music Education * Musice Performance * Paralegal Studies * Social Studies Education * Sociology * Spanish * Speech Education * Theatre Arts

* Mathematics * Mathematics Education * Natural Resource Conservation Management * Physics * Radiological Sciences

GENERAL AND BASIC STUDIES * General Studies

COLLEGE OF NURSING * Nursing (2 or 4 year program)

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

* Agricultural Education * Agricultural Sciences * Biology Education Biological Science * Chemistry * Chemistry Education * Clinical Laboratory Science * Computer Information Technology * Computer Studies * Environmental Science Edu. * Family and Cons. Science *

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Tommy McCleland Athletic Director

Tommy McClelland is the seventh athletic director at McNeese State's 72year history. He officially moved up from an interim position to full-time in the Spring of 2008. The Basile native and Northwestern State graduate, was quick out of the box. He formulated and drove home a two week travel plan that brought McNeese athletics to communities in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. And, he put together a "Partner with the Pokes" program for businesses. In the short time he has served as the athletic director, more than $2.5 million in renovation and construction has been applied to the facilities with the turfing of Cowboy Stadium field and the completion of the Hodges Street field house. . The addition of seating and team area improvements at the soccer field, covered seating behind home plate at the softball field along with the renovation of the baseball facilities- field, stands, dressing room, and the construction of a new $8 million Jack Doland fieldhouse were recently completed in July. The department also conducted the most successful football season ticket campaign in school history in 2008, selling more than 8,000 season tickets. In the summer of 2008, McClelland was named as one of Southwest Louisiana's "Top 10 under 40" business leaders by the local magazine, the Times of Lake Charles. A native of Basile, McClelland is a graduate of Northwestern State where he was a football (H-back and deep snapper) and track (javelin) letterwinner. In high school at Basile High he earned all-state football honors and was the district's defensive MVP his senior year. Prior to being named McNeese athletic director, he served the university as coordinator of athletic events, sales and marketing. McClelland, who holds both a bachelor and master degree from Northwestern State, was also a graduate assistant in the athletics department at Northwestern State and worked at the Southland Conference office, assisting with championship events and securing corporate sponsorships.

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Louis Bonnette

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Sr. Associate AD/ Sports Information

Bridget Martin Associate AD/ Compliance

Travis Pickering

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Jim Murphy Head Trainer

Josh Jorgenson

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Cathy DeVillier Deb Kingrey Nathan Fontaine •- native of Basile, LA and former all-state football player Assistant To AD Academic Counselor Ticket Coor./Marketing •- football letterwinner, receiving undergraduate degree in General Studies and graduate degree in Sports Administration from Northwestern State •- graduate assistant at Northwestern State and assistant at the Southland Conference office. •- one of the youngest athletic directors in the nation when named at McNeese State •- helped raise more than $2.5 million for renovation and construction of McNeese athletic facilities •- school record season football tickets sold in last three years •- named one of Southwest Louisiana’s Top 10 business leaders under the age of 40 Penny Brown Justin Smith Pam LaFosse •- he and wife Jessica have two sons Compliance Assistant SID Intern Assistant SID www.mcneesesports.com 2011-12 Cowgirl Basketball 36


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The Athletic Academic Center provides academic, educational, career, and personal support for the more than 300 student-athletes at McNeese State University. The goal of the Academic Center is to assist in the development of every student-athlete while providing them with the skills necessary for success both on the field and in the classroom. Studentathletes have access to tutors, computers, individualized study areas, and group study opportunities.

Academic Counselor

2011 senior Ne’Aisha Anderson and coach Williams following Spring graduation

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McNeese State's Dowell "Doc" Fontenot Sports Medicine Center is an ultra-modern facility and one of the most finest in the South. It is named after longtime McNeese athletic trainer Dowell Fontenot who was also a national champion boxer during his undergraduate days at the university and is a member of the McNeese Hall of Fame. The center is located South of the Jack V. Doland Athletic Complex. Funds for the 6,200 square foot medical center were obtained from the state, private donations and the McNeese State PetroChem Athletic Association. www.mcneesesports.com

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Zeb Hawkins and Alan Bryant serve as McNeese State's strength and conditioning coaches. Hawkins is in his fifth season as head coach and Bryant was named assistant in January (2011). Hawkins is a graduate of Northwestern State and Bryant is a McNeese graduate. The facility renovations were completed in July and it is named in honor of Charles Kuehn, McNeese State's first All-American. The weight room is located in the newly renovated fieldhouse at the Jack V. Doland Athletic Complex. It is the second largest in the state behind LSU. The 8,000 square feet weight room includes 16 multi-purpose racks, 80,000 poounds of weights, nine 52 inch at screen television sets, two treadmills, two elliptical machines, a stationary bike and a $12,000 surround sound system. A 12 foot McNeese logo sets off the room from the center oor. Life Fitness Company and Hammer Strength Company outfitted the room, maiking it a showcase facility.

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Campus Housing Living in a residence hall puts you in the heart of the McNeese campus. Residence halls offer affordable, yearround housing and dining within walking distance of classes, the library, the bookstore, the post offi ce, computer labs and your friends! Privately operated and managed by Ambling Management Company, the residence halls are a home-awayfrom-home for approximately 1,000 students each semester. Campus dining facilities are economical and convenient, offering a variety of options designed to satisfy any student’s appetite. From quick and tasty pizza and subs to garden-fresh salads, from hearty pasta dished to nutritious cafeteria meals. Specialty dishes like sushi and fettuccine alfredo are also available for those who enjoy a little culinary adventure. Gourmet coffee shops, located in the student union and the library, offer students the opportunity to study, socialize with friends and take a quick break between classes. The campus convenience store offers students the fl exibility of being able to take their food with them on-the-go.

Amenities

• 2 bedroom and 4 bedroom units available • fully furnished • Hi-speed internet in each bedroom • Cable in all rooms • Study Desk in each bedroom • All bills paid (These features available in garden style only) • Ceiling fan in living room • Washer and Dryer • Microwave oven • Frost-free refrigerator w/ice-maker • Dishwasher & disposal

Clubhouse Amenities

• Residential Life Center w/TV and Stereo • Game Tables • Computer lab w/hi-speed internet • Private Study Areas • Copier

Community Amenities

• Handicap-Accesible Units • Resident Matching System • Planned Resident activities

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The Burton Memorial Coliseum Complex is under the operation of McNeese State University and has four full-service buildings. The Coliseum was constructed in 1976 with tax money voted on by the residents of Calcasieu Parish on land donated by the late W.T. Burton. The Coliseum itself is a domed arena with permanent seating for 6,500 and temporary seating for another 2,000. The roof of the dome is 105 feet high, with over 24,000 square feet of concrete floor space and the building is air conditioned and heated. The H.G. Chalkley Room, a banquetstyle room in the coliseum, can seat 200 people comfortably and is available for any number of activities. Another part of the Burton Complex is the 160,000 square feet of floor space in the Livestock and Exhibit Building. A massive roof covers four acres of excellent facilities for beef, swine, sheep and horses, as well as a judging area, additional pens and show office. Each livestock area has its own grooming area, complete with water

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Burton Coliseum

Year Constructed: 1976

Location: 3 miles South of McNeese State University on Gulf Highway across from the Lake Charles Regional Airport Seating Capacity: 8,000 Square Feet (floor space only): 24,000 Height of Dome: 105 feet First Year of Basketball In Burton: 1986 First Game Played: Def. Baylor 85-70 (1986-87) Largest Crowd (WBB): 3,256 vs. Lamar (March 5, 2011) Press Row Phone: (337) 562-4061

and electrical service. The fourth part of the complex is the Burton Agricultural Arena, a 50,000 square foot, covered arena with seating for 1,000 people. The facility is excellent for equestrian and rodeo events with sound and lighting, restrooms and a concession area. The four parts of the complex can be utilized together or separately and work well together. The entire Complex is situated on 65 acres and has parking for 3,500 vehicles. An added convenience is the recreational vehicle hookups available for 275 units. All hookups have electricity, water and sewerage. The Coliseum is located approximately three miles South of the McNeese State University campus.

Director: Jared LeBlue

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McNeese has been picked by the league’s coaches and Sports Information Directors to repeat as Southland Conference Champions. The Cowgirls recieved nine first place votes in each poll. McNeese captured the Southland Conference title, Southland Conference Tournament Title and a berth in the NCAA Tournament in 2011.

COACHES’ POLL (FIRST PLACE VOTES)

SID POLL (FIRST PLACE VOTES)

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2. Central Arkansas (2) 3. Lamar (1) 4. Northwestern State 5. Nicholls 6. Southeastern La.

2. Central Arkansas (2) 3. Lamar (1) 4. Northwestern State 5. Southeastern La. 6. Nicholls

1. McNEESE (9)

1. McNEESE (9)

WEST DIVISION

WEST DIVISION

1. UTSA (5) 2. Stephen F. Austin (3) 3. Sam Houston St. (3) 4. UT-Arlington 5. Texas State (1) 6. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

1. UTSA (6) 2. Stephen F. Austin (4) 3. Sam Houston St. (2) 4. UT-Arlington 5. Texas State 6. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

2011-12 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PRESEASON TEAMS FIRST TEAM

Megan Hebert, Jr., F, Central Arkansas Ashlyn Baggett, Jr., G, McNeese Britni Martin, Jr., G, Sam Houston State Kalis Loyd, Jr., G, Lamar Tammara Marion, Sr., G, Stephen F. Austin

SECOND TEAM

Sequenna Thomas, Jr., F, Sam Houston State Caitlyn Baggett, Jr., G, McNeese Monique Whittaker, Sr., F, Lamar KK Babin, So., G, Nicholls Diamond Ford, Jr., G, Texas State

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SLC Tournament History Under Head Coach Brooks Williams (3 Tournament Appearance)

2010-11 (Merrell Center/Katy, TX.) def. SE La. 65-55 def. UTSA 66-50 def. Central Arkansas 71-50 (Championship Game) 2008-09 (Merrell Center/Katy, TX. lost 71-58 to UTSA 2007-08 (Merrell Center/ Katy, TX. lost 68-82 to Texas-Arlington

2011-12 Southland Conference Tournament March 6-9, 2012 Leonard E. Merrell Center (Katy, TX.) Women’s Tournament schedule Tuesday, March 6

Game One: Noon Game Two: 2:30 p.m. Game Three: 6 p.m. Game Four: 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, March 8

Game Five: 12:05 G1 winner vs. G2 Winner (Southland TV) Game Six: 2:33 p.m. G3 winner vs. G4 winner (Southland TV)

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Friday, March 9

Championship Game: TBA (Southland TV) Winner will represent the SLC in the NCAA Tournament

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The 2011 Southland Conference Champions were presented their rings on Oct. 21 following their annual Sneak Peak event. Each player was presented her ring by a member of the McNeese faculty or staff.

Raiyawna Gatlin and Dr. Ron Darbeau

Kendra Wells and Miss Amy Vueleman

Jordan Hines and Dr. Dena Matzenbacher

Martika Hull and Deb Kingrey

Caitlyn and Ashlyn Baggett and Dr. Peggy Wolfe

Adrienne Minor and Dr. Kim Bowman

Candace LaCombe and Mrs. Bridget McDaniel

Liz Kingham and Mr. Darren Alcock

NeTanya Jones and Mr. Lonnie Turpin

Alaina Verdin and Dr. Juliana Hinton

Kiara Johnson and Dr. Jeanne Daboval

Ne’Aisha Anderson and Marc Nichols

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HALL OF FAME

Vicky Chapman (1974, 1975) Inducted 1985

The McNeese State Hall of Fame was founded in 1980 by sports information director Louis Bonnette. The Hall recognizes those who have distinguished themselves in athletics at the University. Louis Membership in the Hall now numbers Bonnette over 100. Bonnette serves as the chairman of the Hall of Fame committee which includes Bobby Dower, Johnny Suydam, Ron Hayes, Pam LaFosse, Dr. Daryl Burckel, Kenneth Sweeney and Tommy McClelland. The Hall of Fame is located in the Jack Doland Fieldhouse.

Vicky was the first standout basketball player for the Cowgirls, competing during the first years of McNeese women’s basketball. In those fi rst two years of 1975-76 and 1976-77, the Cowgirls only played 40 games and played as an independent. Chapman played in 39 games and scored 989 points for a 23.0 average, which is the top career average for a Cowgirl. She was a two-time most valuable player and an all-Louisiana selection. Besides leading the team in scoring in both seasons she also led in rebounds. Her 15.8 average for the 1975-76 season continues to stand as a school record. She played three seasons of professional basketball, served as an assistant coach at McNeese and is a teacher on coach in the state system.

Pat Jean (1980-83) Inducted 1996

During a four year career with the Cowgirls, she set just about every team record. She still holds the school records for points scored (2,461) and rebounds (1,571). She also ranks second in the state of Louisiana in career rebounds and is seventh in points scored. Jean was a four-time all-Louisiana selection and an all-Southland Conference pick for the only year that she played in the conference. In 1983, she also led the conference in rebounding with a 13.7 mark. She continues to hold 14 McNeese State records.

Ann Roubique (197982) Inducted 2001

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Tangela McAlister (1992, 1993) Inducted 2006

Tangela is the latest of the Cowgirls to earn all-American honors, having been named to the Basketball Times squad following the 1992-93 season. She only played two years for the Cowgirls, coming from the junior college ranks, but during those two seasons she led McNeese in scoring and rebounding and wound up seventh on the school’s all-time scoring chart with 1.140 points. Twice she was named to the all-Southland Conference and all-Louisiana teams and was a two-time team MVP. During the 1991-92 season she averaged 21.9 points per game while leading the Southland Conference and ranked nationally. Following graduation she entered the banking fi eld and now resides in Nacogdoches, TX.

She was a two sport standout in basketball and softball and a four year letter winner in both. She also spent six years as an assistant women’s basketball coach and three years as tennis coach. In basketball, she was a point guard and at one time held the school record for career assists with 260. Twice she led the team in free throw shooting accuracy and concluded her career with 797 points and a 2.0 assists average. In softball, she was the team MVP in 1979 with a .439 batting average and seven home runs. She was also a three time all-Louisiana. After her coaching career at McNeese, she took over the head coaching position at Cy-Fair High School in Texas where she has developed one of the top girls programs in the state.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

ASSISTS

Game: 14, Ann Stutes vs. USL (‘88-89), NW State (‘87-88) Season: 155, Tiffany Green (1999-00) Career: 375, Chandra Davis (‘85-89)

GAMES PLAYED

Career: 120, Pauline Habetz (‘80-83)

POINTS

ASSISTS AVERAGE

Game: 39, Shante’ Perry (‘08-09) vs. La. Tech; Kim Turner vs. NW State (‘88-89); Vicky Chapman vs. Nicholls State (‘76-77) Season: 647, Pat Jean (‘81-82) Career: 2,461, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

Season: 5.5, Tiffany Green (1999-00) Career: 4.9, Ann Stutes (‘87-88)

STEALS

Game: 9, Regina Spivey vs. Mobile (2005) Season: 79, Regina Spivey (2005-06) Career: 285, Regina Spivey (2003-06)

POINT AVERAGE

Season: 25.1 (351 pts./14 games) Vicky Chapman (‘75-76) Career: 23.0 (898 pts./39 games) Vicky Chapman (‘74-76)

BLOCKED SHOTS

Game: 7, Natalie Randall vs. SE La. (‘82-83) Season: 75, Natalie Randall (‘82-83) Career: 132, Natalie Randall (‘82-84)

FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: 14, Shante’ Perry vs. La. Tech (‘0809);Valerie Butcher vs. Howard Payne (‘85-86); Pam Booker vs. NE La. (‘84-85); Vicky Chapman vs. Nicholls State (‘76-77) Season: 258, Pat Jean (‘80-81) Career: 986, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

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PERSONAL FOULS COMMITTED

Pat Jean

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Season: 112, Cindy Boudreaux (‘90-91) Career: 335, Regina Spivey (2003-06)

GAMES FOULED OUT

Season: 16, Cindy Boudreaux (‘90-91) Career: 27, Cindy Boudreaux (‘89-920

Game: 33, Vicky Chapman vs. Nicholls State (‘76-77) Season: 519, Pam Booker (‘84-85) Career: 1,723, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Season: .624, Pat Jean (‘81-82) Career: .572, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

CONS. FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: 12, Sarah Hale vs. NE La. (‘95-96)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

Game: 9, Shante’ Perry vs. La. Tech (‘08-09) Season: 76, Angie Perry (‘87-88) Career: 178, Angie Perry (‘86-89)

3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED

Game: 15, Courtnee’ Hollins vs. Central Arkansas (‘07-08); Stacy Thibodeaux vs. UTA (‘90-91); Jennifer Inman (‘89-90) Season: 238, Stacy Thibodeaux (‘90-91) Career: 574, Angie Perry (‘86-89)

Angie Perry

FREE THROWS MADE

Game: 14, Vicky Chapman vs. Tulane (‘76-77) Season: 163, Pat Jean (‘81-82) Career: 489, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

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FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED

Game: 22, Pat Jean vs. NW State (‘81-82) Season: 252, Pat Jean (‘81-82) Career: 798, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

FREE THROW PERCENT

Season: .868, Brittany Boone (‘06-07); Courtney Colmer (‘04-05) Career: .781, Ann Roubique (‘79-82)

CONS. FREE THROWS MADE (min. 10 att.)

Game: 13, Caitlyn Baggett vs. Texas State & SE La. (‘10-11) Season: 31, Courtnee’ Hollins (‘07-08)

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REBOUNDS

Game: 25, Pat Jean vs. USL (‘80-81) Season: 462, Pat Jean (‘79-80) Career: 1,571, Pat Jean (‘80-83)

REBOUND AVERAGE

Season: 15.8, Vicky Chapman (‘75-76) Career: 14.7, Donna Barrett (‘84-85)

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3-PT. FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 41 vs. Central Arkansas (‘07-08) Season: 677 (‘07-08)

MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 114 vs. Lamar (‘82-83) Season: 2,410 (‘79-80)

REBOUNDS Game: 80 vs. SE Louisiana (‘82-83) Season: 1,631 (‘78-79) Average: 53.5 (‘77-78)

HIGHEST POINT AVERAGE Season: 81.1 (‘80-81) FEWEST POINTS SCORED Game: 25 vs. Texas (‘02-03) MOST POINTS YIELDED 116 To Lamar (‘90-91)

ASSISTS Game: 34 vs. Tulane (‘82-83) Season: 534 (‘85-86) Average: 18.4 (‘85-86)

FEWEST POINTS YIELDED 29 to Rice (‘77-78)

FEWEST TURNOVERS Game: 6 vs. SE La. (‘10-11), Xavier (‘07-08)

FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 45 vs. USL (‘87-88) Season: 974 (‘79-80)

PLAYERS FOULED OUT Game: 4 vs. SW Texas (‘88-89), Southern (‘80-81), NW State (‘96-97) Season: 46 (‘90-91)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 99 vs. N. Illinois (‘80-81) Season: 2,353 (‘78-79)

GAMES Won, Season: 26 (‘10-11) Lost, Season: 25 (06-07) Cons. Won: 12 (‘10-11), (‘80-81) Cons. Lost: 20 (‘06-07) Fewest Won: 4 (‘06-07); (‘89-90)

FIELD GOAL PERCENT Game: .625 vs. USL (‘87-88) Season: .478 (‘86-87) FREE THROWS MADE Game: 36 vs. UTA (‘91-92), (‘82-83) Season: 519 (‘85-86) FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 48 vs. North Texas (‘83-84) Season: 957 (‘82-83) FREE THROW PERCENT(10 or more attempts) Game: 1.000 (18-18) at Nicholls State (‘07-08) Season: .742 (‘10-11) 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 16 at Lamar (‘07-08) Season: 221 (‘07-08) Steals Game: 24 vs. Paul Quinn (2009-10) Season: 301 (‘10-11) www.mcneesesports.com

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SEASON LEADERS

SCORING Year Player ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘06-07 ‘05-06 ‘04-05 ‘03-04 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘81-82 ‘80-81 ‘79-80 ‘78-79 ‘77-78 ‘76-77

Ashlyn Baggett Kendra Wells Shante’ Perry Courtnee’ Hollins Courtnee Hollins Regina Spivey Regina Spivey Regina Spivey Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Eunice Mayo Eunice Mayo Wendy Mapp Tracey Barry Twanna Calligan Stacie Davis Chris Blackwell Miracle Fingers Robin Daniels Gretchen Thedford Tangela McAlister Tangela McAlister Stacy Thibodeaux Sherry Walker Kim Turner Chandra Davis Kim Turner Valerie Butcher Pam Booker Natalie Randall Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jean Tammy Premeaux Quita Thompson Vicky Chapman

G 33 29 30 31 21 28 29 28 26 22 27 27 26 26 26 26 25 25 28 27 27 28 27 27 27 27 17 23 28 26 30 28 28 33 28 28 25

PTS AVG 550 404 471 475 220 329 384 302 385 329 264 266 257 312 316 316 366 213 546 362 527 613 272 339 368 418 315 467 572 476 622 647 613 579 488 489 525

16.7 13.9 15.7 15.3 10.5 11.8 13.2 10.8 14.8 15.0 9.8 9.9 9.9 12.0 12.2 12.2 13.6 8.5 19.5 13.4 19.5 21.9 10.1 12.6 13.6 15.5 18.5 20.3 20.4 18.3 20.7 23.1 21.9 17.9 17.4 17.5 21.0

FIELD GOAL PERCENT (100 FGA) Year Player ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘06-07 ‘05-06 ‘04-05 ‘03-04 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘81-82 ‘80-81 ‘79-80 ‘78-79 ‘77-78 ‘76-77

Caitlyn Baggett Kiara Johnson Ashlyn Baggett Shante’ Perry Jessica Hooker Shamika Stewart Shamika Stewart Shamika Stewart Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Wendy Headley Angela Karasch Tracey Barry Stacie Davis Chris Blackwell Tina Hill Chris Blackwell NaTosha Barber Gretchen Thedford Shannon Moon Yvette Thomas Shannon Moon Kim Turner Eva Jones Kim Turner Valerie Butcher Donna Barrett Natalie Randall Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jean Christine Sheridan Quita Thompson Vicky Chapman

FG FGA PCT 99 153 102 116 55 99 103 82 152 114 61 53 118 134 155 68 174 86 133 66 74 116 142 128 121 176 212 187 252 242 258 234 123 221 -

220 314 270 295 129 195 224 160 329 242 127 120 226 239 287 148 293 204 312 126 220 220 280 222 189 311 352 338 403 417 451 452 265 488 -

.450 .487 .378 .393 .426 .508 .460 .513 .402 .471 .480 .442 .522 .561 .540 .459 .594 .422 .426 .524 .432 .527 .507 .577 .640 .566 .602 .553 .625 .580 .572 .515 .464 .453 .532

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Caitlyn Baggett Adrienne Minor Shante’ Perry Shante’ Perry Brittany Boone Valencia LeBlanc Courrtney Colmer

157 18 92 80 33 25 33

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.826 .692 .826 .784 .868 .833 .868

‘03-04 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘81-82 ‘80-81 ‘79-80 ‘78-79 ‘77-78 ‘76-77

Kasie Cummins Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Angela Karasch Wendy Mapp Aaricka Means Twanna Calligan Twanna Calligan Tricia Hegener Robin Daniels Robin Daniels Pam Davis Shanna Cole Yvette Thomas Robyn Harris Miechelle Alexander Janine Guillory Yronica Coleman Valerie Butcher Pam Booker Pam Booker Sandra Staves Christine Sheridan Christine Sheridan Ann Roubique Ann Roubique Etta Lampkin Vicky Chapman

REBOUNDS Year Player ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘06-07 ‘05-06 ‘04-05 ‘03-04 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘81-82 ‘80-81 ‘79-80 ‘78-79 ‘77-78 ‘76-77

Kendra Wells Kendra Wells Kendra Wells Reeshimah Davis Reeshimah Davis Shamika Stewart Regina Spivey Marquita Williams Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Eunice Mayo Eunice Mayo Tracey Barry Stacie Davis Chris Blackwell Chrissy Carrell Robin Daniels Robin Daniels Robin Daniels Tangela McAlister Mary Keller Sherry Walker Sherry Walker Eva Jones Yronica Coleman Valerie Butcher Donna Barrett Natalie Randall Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jeans Tammy Premeaux Etta Lampkin Vicky Chapman

Year ‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘06-07 ‘05-06 ‘04-05 ‘03-04 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93

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20 93 108 73 36 46 89 56 36 154 85 96 27 70 56 27 92 156 149 116 74 120 92 95 86 98 146 -

1.000 .774 .796 .822 .778 .761 .742 .679 .778 .779 .753 .844 .778 .714 .714 .815 .772 .795 .745 .759 .811 .675 .728 .821 .791 .765 .671 .736

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Caitlyn Baggett Kendra Wells Caitlyn Baggett Lenisa Lopez Brittany Boone Regina Spivey Clarissa Clark Clarissa Clark Clarissa Clark Shanel Handy Kelly Greig Tiffany Green Tiffany Green Tiffany Green Tiffany Green Chrissy Carrell Ines Parker Cinthia French Pam Davis

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AST

141 71 74 105 120 90 104 72 69 70 90 155 87 129 101 86 125 73 90

8.0 7.9 7.1 5.5 5.3 6.9 6.1 6.0 6.2 6.7 6.6 7.6 6.0 6.0 8.9 4.7 8.4 6.1 6.6 7.0 4.9 8.3 7.0 8.0 9.8 12.2 14.7 11.9 13.7 13.1 11.9 14.0 10.6 9.2 13.6

‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘81-82 ‘80-81 ‘79-80

Pam Davis Cindy Boudreaux LaTaunya Fontenot Ann Stutes Ann Stutes Chandra Davis Dorothy Briscoe Dorothy Briscoe Aretha Brown Colleen Bobbett Christine Sheridan Aline Guidry Ann Roubique

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28 25 27 24 27 28 29 28 28 30 31 22 33

99 3.5 66 2.6 121 4.5 101 4.6 152 4.9 89 3.2 108 3.7 141 5.2 108 3.9 85 2.8 66 2.1 67 3.0 87 2.6

Year Player

G

BLK

AVG

‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘83-84 ‘82-83 ‘81-82 ‘80-81 ‘79-80 ‘78-79

27 27 27 25 22 27 26 23 28 26 30 28 28 33 27

15 15 14 29 23 24 22 17 15 57 75 24 23 26 10

0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5 1.0 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.5 2.2 2.5 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.3

‘10-11 ‘09-10 ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘06-07 ‘05-06 ‘04-05 ‘03-04 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94

Ja’Niqua Kendrix Kendra Wells Alaina Verdin Ja’Niqua Kendrix Ja’Niqua Kendrix Shante’ Perry Shonice Sprouse Regina Spivey Regina Spivey Regina Spivey Kellie Burbridge Taylor Morrell Amber Williams Eunice Mayo Eunice Mayo Eunice Mayo Eunice Mayo Chris Blackwell Miracle Fingers Chris Blackwell Cinthia French

Robin Daniels Shannon Moon Mary Keller Shannon Moon Kim Turner Eva Jones Yronica Coleman Kim Turner Donna Barrett Natalie Randall Natalie Randall Pat Jean Pat Jean Pat Jean Kathy Stone

33 33 13 28 30 30 29 28 29 28 26 27 27 27 27 24 26 27 25 26 27

7 .0.2 7 0.2 7 0.5 21 0.8 13 0.4 10 0.3 12 0.4 28 1.0 40 1.4 25 0.9 27 1.0 17 0.6 17 0.6 41 1.5 39 1.4 9 0.4 13 0.5 23 0.9 7 0.3 17 0.7 14 0.5

AVG

4.4 2.4 2.5 3.5 4.1 3.2 3.6 2.6 2.7 2.7 3.5 5.5 3.5 4.7 3.7 3.4 4.8 2.7 3.3

Kellie Burbridge 2000-2003

Tangela McAlister 1992-1993

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SCORING

Player 1. Pat Jean 2. Robin Daniels 3. Aline Guidry 4. Chandra Davis 5. Christine Sheridan 6. Kim Turner 7. Regina Spivey 8. Tangela McAlister 9. Shante’ Perry 10. Pam Mayet *- Includes 3-pointers

G FG 119 986 111 *575 111 618 109 *571 118 580 105 *526 109 *433 55 *410 111 *392 114 397

REBOUNDING

Player G 1. Pat Jean 119 2. Robin Daniels 111 3. Kendra Wells 92 4. Kim Turner 105 5. Kiara Johnson 114 6. Becky Dunnehoo 57 7. Christine Sheridan 118 8. Pauline Habetz 120 9. Vicky Chapman 39 10. Natalie Randall 56

ASSISTS

Player 1. Tiffany Green 2. Chandra Davis 3. Clarissa Clark 4. Regina Spivey 5. Ann Roubique 6. Ann Stutes 7. Dorothy Briscoe 8. Sarah Hale 9. Tina Hill 10. Pam Mayet

STEALS

Player 1. Pat Jean 2. Regina Spivey 3. Aline Guidry 4. Tina Hill 5. Christine Sheridan 6. Chandra Davis 7. Marquita Williams 8. Tiffany Green 9. Stacy Thibodeaux 10. Ann Roubique

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FT 489 318 197 247 261 322 241 277 223 237

PTS 2461 1468 1433 1427 1421 1374 1195 1140 1134 1031

REB 1571 743 705 630 609 585 582 566 561 545

AVG 13.2 6.7 7.7 6.0 5.3 10.3 4.9 4.7 14.4 9.7

G 107 109 109 109 116 51 57 106 108 114

AST 472 375 312 285 260 253 249 237 236 230

AVG 4.4 3.4 2.9 2.6 2.2 4.9 4.4 2.2 2.2 2.0

G 119 109 111 108 118 109 94 107 109 116

STL 350 285 238 209 208 202 197 180 177 158

AVG 2.9 2.6 2.1 1.9 1.8 1.8 2.1 1.7 1.6 1.4

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AVG 20.7 13.2 12.9 13.1 12.0 13.1 11.0 20.7 10.2 9.0

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BLOCKED SHOTS Player 1. Natalie Randall 2. Pat Jean 3. Regina Spivey 4. Eunice Mayo 5. Kellie Burbridge 6. Kim Turner 7. Eva Jones 8. Robin Daniels 9. Chris Blackwell 10. Ja’Niqua Kendrix

G 56 119 109 97 88 105 87 111 56 91

BLK 132 106 104 100 70 69 47 44 43 41

AVG 2.4 0.9 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.8 0.5

Tiffany Green Pat Jean

Natalie Randall

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All-Southland

2011- Ashlyn Baggett (1st team) Caitlyn Baggett (2nd team) 2010- Kiara Johnson (Hon. Mention) 2009- Shante’ Perry (2nd team) 2008- Courtnee’ Hollins (2nd team) Shante’ Perry (Hon. Mention) 2006- Regina Spivey (2nd team) Marquita Williams (Hon. Mention) 2005- Regina Spivey (2nd team) 2004- Regina Spivey (3rd team) 2003- Kellie Burbridge (2nd team) 2002- Kellie Burbridge (3rd team) 2001- Kelly Greig (Hon. Mention) 2000- Tiffany Green (Hon. Mention) 1999- Tracey Barry (Hon. Mention) 1997- Chris Blackwell (1st team) Tina Hill (Hon. Mention) 1995- Robin Daniels (1st team) 1993- Tangela McAlister (1st team) 1992- Tangela McAlister (1st team) 1987- Yronica Coleman (1st team) Kim Turner (2nd team) 1986- Valerie Butcher (1st team) Yronica Coleman (Hon. Mention) 1985- Pam Booker (1st team) 1984- Natalie Randall (1st team) 1983- Pat Jean (1st team) Natalie Randall (1st team)

Kelly (Greig) Durio

Chris Blackwell

Kellie Burbridge

Tangela McAlister

Robin Daniels

Ashlyn Babbett

Pat Jean

Kendra Wells

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE Newcomer of the Year

1995- Chris Blackwell 1992- Tangela McAlister

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

1992- Robin Daniels 1984- Aretha Brown

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR

2011- Brooks Donald Williams 1986- Mike Fountain

Southland Conference All-Tournament

Caitlyn Baggett

Kiara Johnson

2011- Ashlyn Baggett (MVP), Caitlyn Baggett, Kendra Wells 1983- Pat Jean

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE STEVE McCARTY CITIZENSHIP AWARD

2010- Kiara Johnson

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Mike Fountain

Shante’ Perry was a two-time All-SLC pick during her four year career at McNeese. Perry scored her 1,000th point against UT-Arlington on Feb. 11, 2009 and ended her career as the school’s ninth all-time leading scorer. In her senior season, she led the Cowgirls in scoring and ranked second in the Southland Conference with 15.7 ppg. She ranked second in the SLC with 2.3 three-pointers made per game, third with an 82.6 free throw percent. Perry ranked among the nations best in points per game, three-point percent, field goal percent, three-point field goal percent and three-point field goals per game. She scored in double figures in 24 games and set a McNeese and tied a SLC record with nine three-pointers made in the Cowgirls’ 71-66 victory over Louisiana Tech (Jan. 3, 2009). In that game, she also tied a McNeese single game record for points scored with 39.

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ALL-LOUISIANA

2011- Ashlyn Baggett (1st team) Caitlyn Baggett (Hon. Mention) 2010- Kendra Wells (Hon. Mention) 2009- Shante’ Perry (1st team) 2005- Regina Spivey (Hon. Mention) 2004- Regina Spivey (Hon. Mention) 1993- Tangela McAlister 1992- Tangela McAlister 1986- Valerie Butcher Yronica Coleman 1984- Natalie Randall 1983- Pat Jean 1982- Pat Jean 1981- Pat Jean 1980- Pat Jean

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ALL-AMERICANS

1993- Tangela McAlister (Basketball Times) 1986- Valerie Butcher (Freshman All-America) 1985- Donna Barrett (Fast Break) Pam Booker

LOUISIANA NEWCOMER OF THE yEAR

1995- Chris Blackwell 1992- Tangela McAlister

LOUISIANA FRESHMAN OF THE yEAR

1992- Robin Daniels 1984- Aretha Brown

Valerie Butcher Freshman All-American

Head Coach Brooks Williams visits with McNeese Hall of Famer, former athlete and coach Ann Roubique during a McNeese coaching clinic in which Roubique was the guest speaker.

Tangela McAlister Basketball Times All-American

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Head Coach Brooks Williams poses with longtime friend Pam Stackhouse, Kentucky’s Director of Women’s Basketball Operations following the McNeese/Kentucky game during the 2009-10 season

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Southland Champs FE SALTER MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 95-01 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Ashlyn Baggett Kendra Wells Shante’ Perry Courtnee’ Hollins Brittany Boone Marquita Williams Regina Spivey Regina Spivey Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Kelly Greig Tiffany Green Tracey Barry Stacie Davis Chris Blackwell Chrissy Carrell Robin Daniels Cinthia French Tangela McAlister Tangela McAlister Stacy Thibodeaux Sherry Walker Kim Turner Chandra Davis Kim Turner/Yronica Coleman Valerie Butcher Pam Booker Natalie Randall Pat Jean Pat Jean Christine Sheridan Aline Guidry Tammy Premeaux Etta Lampkin Vicky Chapman Vicky Chapman

COACHES AWARD Ne’Aisha Anderson Not Presented Jessica Hooker Brittany Boone Not Presented Clarissa Clark Clarissa Clark Kasie Cummins Monique Powell Amber Williams Not Presented Kourtnie Oden (Manager) Leslie Andrews Shannon Moon Leslie Andrews Jennifer Inman Angie Perry Angie Perry Eva Jones Kim Turner Cathy Griffen Mary Dubois Claudia Iles Christine Sheridan Christine Sheridan

DEFENSE AWARD

Ne’Aisha Anderson Kayla Armstrong Conceita Cutrer Conceita Cutrer Reeshimah Davis Marqita Williams Marquita Williams Marquita Williams Clarissa Clark Amber Williams

NCAA Tournament

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Amber Williams Angela Karasch Twanna Calligan Tina Hill Tina Hill Tina Hill Cinthia French Stacy Thibodeaux Stacy Thibodeaux Leslie Andrews Not Presented Robyn Harris Sherry Walker Karanda Jackson Liz Woodson Yronica Colemen Kim Turner Natalie Randall Natalie Randall

2011 2002-10 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Caitlyn Baggett Not Presented Kelly Greig Tiffany Green Tiffany Green Tiffany Green Tiffany Green Chrissy Carrell Ines Parker Not Presented Pam Davis Pam Davis Not Presented LaTaunya Fontenot Ann Stutes Ann Stutes Chandra Davis Chandra Davis Dorothy Briscoe Dorothy Briscoe

FREE THROW AWARD

2008-10 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

ASSIST AWARD

1983

Kendra Wells, Kiara Johnson Kendra Wells Kendra Wells Reeshimah Davis Jessica Hooker Shamika Stewart Shamika Stewart Marquita Williams Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Eunice Mayo Eunice Mayo Stacie Davis Tracey Jeffery Chris Blackwell Miracle Fingers Robin Daniels Gretchen Thedford Robin Daniels Robin Daniels Not Presented Sherry Walker Sherry Walker Eva Jones Yronica Coleman Valerie Butcher Donna Barrett Natalie Randall

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Adrienne Minor Brooke Froeba Lenissa Lopez Haley Henagan Valencia LeBlanc Taylor Morrell Tara Abdul-Hadi Marquita Williams Sheronda Bowers Lindsey Stafford Kellie Burbridge Sarah Hale Twanna Calligan Angela Karasch Chris Blackwell

Martika Hull Raiyawna Gatlin Kiara Johnson Lenissa Lopez not presented Kacie Cummins Kelly Greig Chris Meschino Angela Karasch Tresa Silcott Twanna Calligan Miracle Fingers Natosha Barber Gretchen Thedford Leslie Andrews Cindy Boudreaux Shannon Moon Miechelle Alexander Eva Jones Angie Perry

Lenissa Lopez

NEWCOMER AWARD

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Martika Hull Candace LaCombe Kendra Wells Concieta Cutrer Not Presented Courtnee’ Hollins Courtney Colmer Tara Abdul-Hadi Not Presented Taylor Morrell Shantwann Amey Wendy Mapp Aaricka Means Stacie Davis Tiffany Green Sarah Hale Chris Blackwell Megan Riebock

OFFENSIVE AWARD

Pat Jean

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not presented Brittany Boone Regina Spivey Tara Abdul-Hadi Clarissa Clark Kellie Burbridge Kellie Burbridge Angela Karasch Wendy Mapp Aaricka Means Tiffany Green Twanna Calligan Tricia Hegener Robin Daniels Robin Daniels Tangela McAlister Tangela McAlister Yvette Thomas Robyn Harris Chandra Davis Janine Guillory Janine Guillory Rhonda McCullough Pam Booker Pam Booker Sandra Staves

DONNA BERTRAND “ALL I CAN BE” AWARD

MOST IMPROVED

2011 2010 2009 2008 2002-07 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987

FRANCES T. KING MEMORIAL REBOUND AWARD

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

Southland Tournament Champs

2011 2010 2009 2008

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Caitlyn Baggett Kiara Johnson Shante’ Perry Courtnee’ Hollins

Brittany Boone

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Coaching Records Year

Coach

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Conference

SLC Finish

Southland Tournament Champs

Post Season Player Honors

2011 Brooks Williams 26 7 Southland 15-1 (1st) SLC Champs, SLC Ashlyn Baggett (All-SLC/1st team, SLC Tour. MVP, All-La (SLC and Louisiana Tourn. Champs Caitlyn Baggett (All-SLC/2nd team, SLC All-Tour., All-La. Coach of the Year) NCAA Tourn. Kendra Wells (SLC All-Tourn.) 2010 Brooks Williams 7 22 Southland 3-13 (t10th) - Kiara Johnson (All-SLC Hon. Mention) Kendra Wells (All-La. Hon. Mention) 2009 Brooks Williams 14 16 Southland 6-10 (7th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Shante’ Perry (All-SLC/2nd team; All-La./1st team) 2008 Brooks Williams 10 21 Southland 8-8 (T-2nd/East Div.) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Courtnee’ Hollins (All-SLC 2nd team) Shante’ Perry (All-SLC Hon. Mention) #2007 Carol Sensley/Freddie Murray 4 25 Southland 2-14 (12th/6th East Div.) 2006 Carol Sensley 13 15 Southland 7-9 (7th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Regina Spivey (All-SLC 2nd team) Marquita Williams (All-SLC Hon. Mention) 2005 Carol Sensley 10 19 Southland 8-8 (6th) SLC Tourn. (1-1) Regina Spivey (All-SLC 2nd team; All-LA Hon. Mention) 2004 Carol Sensley 11 17 Southland 9-7 (T-5th SLC Tourn. (0-1) Regina Spivey (All-SLC 3rd Team; All-La.-HM) 2003 Carol Sensley 9 17 Southland 8-12 (7th) Kellie Burbridge (All-SLC 2nd Team) 2002 Carol Sensley 6 21 Southland 6-14 (T-9th) - Kellie Burbridge (All-SLC 3rd Team) 2001 Bridget Martin 6 21 Southland 3-17 (11th) - Kelly Greig (All-SLC Hon. Mention) 2000 Bridget Martin 14 14 Southland 8-10 (7th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Tiffany Green (All-SLC Hon. Mention) 1999 Bridget Martin 14 12 Southland 9-9 (7th) - Tracey Barry (All-SLC Hon. Mention) 1998 Bridget Martin 11 16 Southland 5-11 (7th) - None 1997 Bridget Martin 17 10 Southland 8-8 (T-4th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Chris Blackwell (All-SLC), Tina Hill (All-SLC Hon. Mention) 1996 Bridget Martin 8 18 Southland 5-13 (T 7th) - - 1995 Bridget Martin 18 10 Southland 10-8 (T 4th) SLC Tourn. (1-1) Chris Blackwell (La. NOY) Robin Daniels (All-SLC) 1994 Martin/Watkins 11 16 Southland 9-9 (6th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) 1993 Martin/Watkins 14 13 Southland 8-10 (5th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Tangela McAlister (All-SLC, All-La., Basketball Times All-America) 1992 Martin/Watkins 13 15 Southland 9-9 (6th) SLC Tourn. (0-1) Tangela McAlister (All-SLC, SLC NOY, All-La.) Robin Daniels (SLC FOY) 1991 Martin/Watkins 5 22 Southland 0-14 (8th) - 1990 Mike Fountain 4 23 Southland 1-13 (8th) - 1989 Mike Fountain 13 14 Southland 5-9 (T 5th) - 1988 Mike Fountain 11 16 Southland 5-9 (6th) - 1987 Mike Fountain 21 7 Southland 8-4 (T 2nd) - Yronica Coleman (All-SLC) Kim Turner (All-SLC) 1986 Mike Fountain 18 11 Southland 7-3 (T 1st) - Valerie Butcher (Freshman All-America, (SLC Coach of the Year) All-Louisiana, All-SLC) Yronica Coleman (All-Louisiana, All-SLC) 1985 Mike Fountain 11 17 Southland 5-7 (5th) - Donna Barrett (Fast Break All-America) Pam Booker (All-America, All-SLC) 1984 Jim Draudt 12 16 Southland 6-6 (4th) - Natalie Randall (All-Louisiana, All-SLC) Aretha Brown (SLC FOY) 1983 Jim Draudt 18 12 Southland 3-2 (4th) SLC Tourn. (2-1) Pat Jean (All-Louisiana, All-SLC, All- SLC Tournament) Natalie Randall (All-SLC 1982 Margie Hinton 14 17 Southland - - Pat Jean (All-Louisiana) 1981 Margie Hinton 23 5 Southland - - Pat Jean (All-Louisiana) 1980 Margie Hinton 22 11 Southland - - Pat Jean (All-Louisiana) 1979 Margie Hinton 17 11 Southland - - 1978 Margie Hinton 18 14 Southland - - 1977 Ernie Duplechin 18 7 Southland - - 1976 Jan Cole 9 6 Southland - - - #-Freddie Murray served as interim head coach for the final 15 games of the season

Jan Cole 1 Yr. (1975-76)

Bridget Martin 11 Yrs. (1990-2001)

Ernie Duplechin 1 Yr. (1976-77)

Carol Sensley 6 Yrs. (2001-2007)

Margie Hinton 5 Yrs. (1977-82)

Jim Draudt 2 Yrs. (1982-84)

Brooks Williams 4 Yrs. (2007-present)

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Mike Fountain 6 Yrs. (1984-90)

Sonny Watkins 4 Yrs. (1990-94)

Sonny Watkins and Bridget Martin served as co-head coaches for four years (1990-94). During that time they were one of a few co-head coaches in the nation. The duo guided McNeese to three Southland Conference Tournaments and produced two All-Southland Conference players in Robin Daniels and Tangela McAlister. Both players garnered individual honors as well. Daniels was named the league’s “Freshman of the Year” in 1992 while McAlister was named the SLC “Newcomer of the Year” that same year. In 1993, McAlister was named to the Basketball Times All-America Team, only the fourth and last McNeese player to become an All-American. Watkins later served as the Universities Athletic Director from 1995-2007 while Martin went on to serve as head coach for seven more years before being named McNeese’s Associate AD for Compliance and Senior Woman Administrator in 2002, titles she still holds to date.

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Coach Yrs. W L Pct. Titles Tourn. Martin * 11 131 167 .440 - 1-6 Hinton 5 94 58 .618 - Fountain 6 78 88 .470 1 Williams 4 57 66 .463 1 3-2 Sensley 6 53 114 .317 - 1-3 Watkins * 4 43 66 .394 Draudt 2 30 28 .517 - Duplechin 1 18 7 .720 - Cole 1 9 6 .600 - *- served as co-head coach 4 years

Bridget Martin

McNEESE RECORD AGAINST OPPONENTS

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Bridget Martin is the all-time winningest coach in Cowgirl history. Martin served as head coach of the Cowgirls for 11 years including four years as co-head coach (1990-94). During her tenure, Martin compiled a 131-167 overall record and led the Cowgirls to six Southland Conference Tournament appearances. Martin coached seven all-conference players, one SLC Freshman of the Year (Robin Daniels) and one SLC Newcomer of the Year and All-American (Tangela McAlister). www.mcneesesports.com

Southland Tournament Champs

Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Alcorn State Appalachian St. Arkansas Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas Monticello Arkansas-Pine Bluff Arkansas State Baylor Belhaven College Birmingham Southern Centenary Central Arkansas Central Florida Charleston Southern Cincinatti Colgate College of Ozarks Creighton Delta State Detroit-mercy Dillard Duke Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Florida A&M Florida State Georgia Georgia Southern Grambling Hawaii Hofstra Houston Houston Baptist Howard Payne Jackson State Kentucky Lamar Liberty Long Island Louisiana College LSU Louisiana Tech Loyola- New Orleans Loyola-Marymount Marshall Memphis Memphis State Mercer Michigan State Mississippi College Mississippi State Mississippi Valley Miss for Women Missouri Missouri-Kansas City Mobile, Univ. Murray State Navy New Orleans

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W 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 7 6 2 1 7 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 2 0 1 3 2 2 3 0 31 0 0 7 3 5 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 8

L 3 1 0 1 3 2 0 1 4 5 0 1 4 7 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 5 1 0 7 0 0 3 1 22 1 1 6 12 17 1 0 1 1 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 13

W New Mexico State 0 Nicholls 49 Norfolk State 1 North Dakota 1 North Texas 15 Northeast Illinois 1 Northern Illinois 1 Northwestern St. (La.) 17 Oklahoma 2 Oklahoma State 0 Ole Miss 0 Oral Roberts 3 Orange AAU 1 Paul Quinn 1 Penn State 0 Prairie View A&M 6 Rice 3 Samford 0 Sam Houston St. 24 San Diego State 0 San Jacinto 1 South Alabama 3 South Florida 0 Southeastern Oklahoma 1 Southeastern Louisiana 27 Southern Methodist 0 Southern (N.O.) 6 Southern Illinois 0 Southern Miss 5 Spring Hill 1 Stephen F. Austin 9 Southwest Missouri 1 SW (Tx.) University 2 Texas 0 Texas A&I 2 Texas A&M 1 Texas A&M-CC 2 Texas Christian 1 Texas College 2 Texas Southern 2 Texas State 23 Texas Tech 1 Tulane 13 Tulsa 3 UC-Santa Barbara 0 UL-Lafayette 27 UL-Monroe 23 Univ. of Southwest 1 US Int’l 0 UT-Arlington 19 UT-El Paso 6 UT-Pan American 7 UTSA 19 Valdosta 0 Wayland Baptist 0 West Florida 1 Wharton JC 1 William Carey 1 Xavier 0 All-Time Record 34 Seasons

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W L 450 494


Southland Champs 1975-76 (9-6) Coach: Jan Cole def. Nicholls State 62-59 lost to Lamar 60-55 lost to SE Louisiana 77-66 def. Lamar 62-59 lost to Louisiana Tech 85-78 lost to SE Louisiana 76-58 def. Northeast La. 68-58 lost to LSU 62-54 def. Northeast La. 75-73 lost to LSU 68-58 def. Louisiana Tech 56-55 def. USL 89-44 def. San Jacinto 67-57 def. Nicholls State 64-54 def. Nicholls State 61-40 1976-77 (18-7) Coach: Ernie Duplechin lost to Northwestern St. 77-69 def. Dillard 89-44 def. Dillard 81-68 def. Tulane 60-59 def. Nicholls State 69-44 def. Northwestern St. 64-58 lost to LSU 78-64 def. New Orleans 76-53 def. Nicholls State 70-57 def. Wharton JC 77-52 def. Lamar 76-60 def. USL 79-54 lost to La. College 74-68 def. Tulane 79-48 def. New Orleans 91-49 lost to SE Louisiana 89-71 def. La. College 68-60 def. Wharton JC 76-66 def. Orange AAU 77-53 def. Lamar 76-67 lost to SE Louisiana 82-80 def. Nicholls State 84-75 lost to Southeastern La. 79-74 def. Nicholls State 78-71 lost to SE Louisiana 110-56 1977-78 (18-14) Coach: Margie Hinton def. Dillard 80-63 lost to SE Louisiana def. Xavier 87-51 def. Nicholls State 90-70 def. Lamar 74-63 lost to Southern 74-45 lost to Louisiana Tech 88-67 def. NW State 100-90 lost to La. College 73-72 lost to LSU 82-81 def. NW State 84-76 lost to LSU 105-70 lost to SE Louisiana 101-68 def. Xavier 75-69 def. Northeast La. 102-83 def. Nicholls State 70-61 lost to Louisiana Tech 90-69 lost to Texas Tech 68-56 def. Rice 83-29 def. SW Texas State 64-54 def. Lamar 59-37 def. Northeast La. 72-64 def. Dillard 86-59 lost to LSU 67-48 def. New Orleans 106-63 def. Xavier 55-47 lost to Southern 71-49 lost to USL 73-71 def. Northeast La. 81-76 lost to Wayland Baptist 101-57 def. SE Oklahoma 56-50 lost to Houston 68-60 1978-79 (17-11) Coach: Margie Hinton def. Northwestern State 77-62 def. Xavier 83-65 def. Dillard 84-54 lost to SE Louisiana 105-70 def. Texas Christian 80-71 def. Texas A&I 79-46 lost to Texas Southern 71-70 def. Lamar 71-62 def. Xavier 98-78 def. Louisiana Tech 71-70 def. USL 96-56 def. Northeast La. 93-74 def. NW State 74-69 lost to LSU 81-58 lost to Northeast La. 82-70 lost to Louisiana Tech 101-46 def. Dillard 67-55 lost to SE Louisiana 73-69 lost to Northeast La. 72-68 def. La. College 68-53 def. Nicholls State 80-59 lost to Lamar 80-68 def. Nicholls State 89-76 lost to La. College 60-58 lost to Southern 79-69 def. New Orleans 99-64 def. NW State 99-64 def. NW State 51-46 lost to Wayland Baptist

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1979-80 (22-11) Coach: Margie Hinton def. Southern Miss 66-63 def. Nicholls State 83-50 lost to Southern 82-79 lost to SE Louisiana 95-77 lost to Louisiana Tech 102-76 lost to La. College 85-68 def. SE Louisiana 86-60 def. Lamar 79-57 def. Nicholls State 88-75 def. Houston 82-59 def. Southern Miss 81-64 #- def. Oklahoma 61-46 #- def. SW Missouri 70-56 #- def. Texas A&M 62-54 #- def. Baylor 74-57 #- lost to Memphis State 56-49 def. NW State 77-74 lost to Lamar 80-63 lost to Louisiana Tech 68-62 def. USL 84-51 lost to LSU 81-63 $- def. Rice 70-50 $- def. Baylor 88-67 $- lost to Houston 82-76 def. USL 77-53 def. Sam Houston St. 75-54 def. NW State 76-74 def. Sam Houston St. 73-67 !- def. Tulane 75-52 !- def. Northeast La. 76-56 !- lost to Louisiana Tech 78-57 ^ - def. Oral Roberts 72-71 ^ - lost to Texas 97-65 #-Texas A&M Lady Aggie Classic, $- Houston Classic, !- LAIAW State Tourn., ^- AIAW Regional Tourn. in Baton Rouge 1980-81 (23-5) Coach: Margie Hinton #- def. Georgia Southern 61-59 #- def. SE Louisiana 92-73 def. Southern 89-78 def. College of Ozarks 91-65 lost to Louisiana Tech 101-48 def. NW State 74-68 $- def. Mississippi St. 80-76 $- lost to Memphis State 77-59 $- def. Northern Illinois 99-88 def. SE Louisiana 85-66 def. Texas Tech 76-60 def. NW State 73-72 (OT) lost to Oklahoma 96-71 def. Oral Roberts 89-80 def. Tulsa 89-65 def. Nicholls State 83-49 def. Lamar 94-58 def. USL 92-62 def. Oklahoma 82-77 (OT) def. SE Louisiana 94-92 def. Nicholls State 77-68 def. Tulane 75-72 def. LSU 88-77 def. Lamar 106-65 def. Miss. Univ. for Women 83-66 lost to Arkansas 77-62 def. USL 67-66 lost to New Orleans 93-91 #- Mississippi St. Tourn.; $-Memphis State Tourn. 1981-82 (14-17) Coach: Margie Hinton lost Houston 85-74 def. LSU 75-74 !- lost to Florida State 69-62 !- lost to Georgia 92-74 def. SE Louisiana 86-85 lost to Louisiana Tech 80-38 def. Lamar 86-82 #- lost to Penn State 90-73 #- lost to Jackson State 94-66 #- lost to Valdosta State 89-63 def. Baylor 88-81 def. Southern 67-60 $- lost to Ole Miss 83-65 $- lost to Texas A&M 76-71 lost to Texas 80-65 lost to Texas-Arlington 66-64 def. SE Louisiana 66-58 def. Baylor 82-73 def. Arkansas 96-75 lost to Grambling 73-60 def. NW State 91-81 lost to New Orleans 91-88 def. Lamar 80-78 def. USL 78-52 lost to NW State 64-63 def. New Orleans 64-63 lost to Stephen F. Austin 89-78 lost to Louisiana Tech 113-60 def. Grambling 80-67 def. USL 81-51 def. Southern 93-84 !- Florida Sunshine Classic; #- Louisiana Tech Classic; $- Dallas Classic 1982-83 ( 18-12, 3-2 SLC/4th) Coach: Jim Draudt lost to NW State 78-77 def. Grambling 76-59 def. SE Louisiana 76-66

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def. Tulane 87-75 def. Houston 87-61 def. Baylor 83-73 def. SE Louisiana 77-52 def. New Orleans 94-84 #- def. Georgia Southern #- lost to Southern Illinois 66-56 #- lost to Delta State 95-77 lost to Baylor 82-79 (OT) lost to Louisiana Tech 93-53 def. North Texas 76-52 def. Southern 95-88 *- lost Northeast La. 76-72 lost to NW State 85-56 *- def. Texas-Arlington 96-52 *- def. Lamar 114-80 *- lost to USL 67-61 def. LSU 89-88 lost to New Orleans 72-56 def. Tulane 86-70 def. USL 84-71 lost to Northeast La. 88-76 *- def. Arkansas State 82-70 lost to Stephen F. Austin 81-70 **- def. Texas-Arlington 76-66 **- def USL 79-71 ** lost to Northeast La. 94-81 #- Central Florida Tourn. (Orlando); *- SLC game; SLC Tournament (Monroe) 1983-84 (12-16, 6-6 SLC/4th) Coach: Jim Draudt def. SW Texas State 76-69 lost to Houston 96-67 lost to NW State 86-76 def. Stephen F. Austin 81-74 lost to Southern 109-77 lost to Grambling 87-67 #- def. Marshall 87-72 #- lost to Valdosta 70-66 #- def. Georgia Southern lost to Stephen F. Austin 90-71 lost to New Orleans 94-61 *- def. North Texas 98-65 *- def. Texas-Arlington 70-56 lost to NW State 79-70 *- def. USL 72-65 *- lost to Northeast La. 92-76 *- lost to Arkansas State 70-67 (OT) def. Lamar 85-69 def. SE Louisiana 70-58 *- def. North Texas 88-72 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 86-72 lost to New Orleans 84-77 *- lost to USL 89-68 *- lost to Northeast La. *- lost to Lamar 81-77 *- def. Arkansas State 90-86 def. SE Louisiana 87-70 lost to Louisiana Tech 87-43 #- Central Florida Tourn. (Orlando); *- SLC game 1984-85 (11-17, 5-7 SLC/5th) Coach: Mike Fountain lost to Stephen F. Austin 63-57 def. West Florida 90-56 lost to South Alabama 82-57 ^- lost to New Orleans 77-68 lost to Northwestern State 86-74 def. SW Texas State 83-78 def. Sam Houston State 76-75 #- lost to South Alabama 87-72 #- lost to Spring Hill 70-68 lost to New Orleans 76-64 ^- def. SE Louisiana 86-74 def. Sam Houston State 72-66 def. NW State 80-66 lost to SW Texas State 59-53 *- def. North Texas 88-77 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 81-73 *- def. USL 73-72 *- lost to Northeast La. 92-76 lost to SE Louisiana 68-65 *- def. Arkansas State 85-67 ^- def. South Alabama 55-52 *- lost to Lamar 65-62 *- def. North Texas 93-79 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 72-66 *- def. USL 71-61 *- lost to Northeast La. 93-69 *- lost to Lamar 80-76 (OT) *- lost to Arkansas State 66-62 ^- played at Lake Charles Civic Center; #South Alabama Tourn.; *- SLC game 1985-86 ( 18-11, 7-3 SLC/co-champions) Coach: Mike Fountain def. Southwestern Univ. 73-69 #- lost to US International 79-71 #- def. North Dakota 72-62 #- def. UT-El Paso 80-55 def. Stephen F. Austin 70-65 def. UT-Pan American 86-63 def. Tulane 82-66 $- lost to Stephen F. Austin 64-57 $- lost to Southern Methodist 77-65 def. Baylor 73-59 lost to New Mexico State 85-61 def. UT- El Paso 73-55 def. UT- El Paso 81-71 ^- def. Howard Payne 94-53

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1985-86 Southland Conference co-champions ^- def. North Texas 84-79* *- def. Texas-Arlington 84-67 *- lost to USL 63-59 *- lost to Northeast La. 102-76 *- def. Arkansas State 87-70 *- lost to Memphis State 93-73 *- def. Lamar 96-68 *- lost to North Texas 65-64 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 78-74 *- def. USL 71-64 *- def. Northeast La. 91-78 *- def. SW Texas State 80-71 ^- def. Arkansas State 78-70* *- def. Lamar 76-68 **- lost to North Texas 71-63 #- Chapman Doubletree Holiday Tourn. (Orange, CA.); $- Southern Methodist Tourn.; ^played at Lake Charles Civic Center, *- SLC game; **- SLC playoff game in Monroe 1986-87 (21-7, 8-4 SLC/ T-2nd) Coach: Mike Fountain def. UT-Pan American 65-43 lost to Stephen F. Austin 85-64 def. Nicholls State 75-59 **- def. Baylor 85-70 lost to Eastern Illinois 74-68 #- def. Texas- El Paso 78-62 def. Texas A&I 97-70 def. SW Texas State 75-64 def. Tulane 85-72 $- lost to Appalachian State 87-70 $- def. Fordham 90-58 $- lost to South Florida 83-81 def. Louisiana College 92-58 *- def. North Texas *- def. Texas-Arlington 76-55 def. Howard Payne 86-69 *- lost to USL 71-60 *- lost to Northeast La. 79-69 *- def. Arkansas State 91-70 *- def. Lamar 76-62 *- def. North Texas 67-58 !- def. Texas-Arlington 74-66* !- def. Sam Houston State 70-59* *- lost to USL 68-65 *- def. Northeast La. 78-75 *- def. Arkansas State 83-77 def. Nicholls State 77-70 *- def. Lamar 86-59 **- first Cowgirl game played in Burton Coliseum; #- Mid-American Classic; $-Central Florida Tourn.; !- played in Memorial Gym; *- SLC game 1987-88 (11-16, 5-9 SLC/ 6th) Coach: Mike Fountain #- def. Tulane 78-72 #- def. LSU 97-71 #- lost to New Orleans 84-60 $- lost to Ole Miss 87-57 $- def. Eastern Kentucky 82-58 lost to Lamar 82-61 &- def. South Alabama 80-77 &- lost to Houston 92-69 lost to Texas A&M 69-59 lost to Lamar 74-66 def. Tulane 70-63 def. Southwestern Texas 108-72 lost to Stephen F. Austin 86-58 lost to SW Texas State 93-87 lost to Sam Houston State 68-59 def. Texas- Pan American 113-32 def. NW State 73-64 def. Northeast La. 94-93 def. North Texas 85-76 !- def. Texas-Arlington 74-71 (OT) lost to North Texas 70-55 lost to Texas-Arlington 57-55 lost to Northeast La. 80-62 lost to NW State 70-66 lost to Sam Houston State 59-58 def. SW Texas State 91-65 lost to Stephen F. Austin 86-69 #- LSU Inv.; $- Ole Miss Classic; &- Houston Classic; !- played in Memorial Gym

1988-89 (13-14, 5-9 SLC/ T-5th) Coach: Mike Fountain #- def. Oral Roberts 91-63 #- lost to Texas A&M 81-48 lost to Rice 94-88 $- lost to Alabama 62-54 $- def. Wichita State 81-75 def. Nicholls State 82-63 !- def. Loyola Marymount 72-61 !- lost to Texas-El Paso 78-72 %- def. Eastern Michigan 94-78 def. Nicholls State 79-54 lost to Stephen F. Austin 75-62 def. USL 72-55 def. SW Texas State 78-77 (OT) lost to Sam Houston State 63-61 lost to NW State 88-81 lost to Northeast La. 78-63 def. Texas-Pan American 53-51 ^- def. North Texas 91-71 %- def. Texas-Arlington lost to North Texas 67-57 def. Texas-Arlington 59-57 lost to Tulane 75-73 lost to Northeast La. 79-63 lost to NW State 93-72 lost to Sam Houston State 75-73 def. SW Texas State 72-58 lost to Stephen F. Austin 83-73 #- Texas A&M Classic; $- Southern Miss Classic; !- played in memorial Gym; ^- played at Lake Charles Civic Center 1989-90 (4-23, 1-13 SLC/ 8th) Coach: Mike Fountain #- lost to Texas- El Paso 71-49 #- lost to Mississippi Valley 86-76 lost to Rice 66-55 $- lost to South Alabama 66-60 $- lost to Memphis State 80-76 def. Tulane 59-56 lost to Southern Miss. 63-41 lost to Texas- Pan American 69-50 *- lost to Northeast La. 82-55 *- lost to NW State 79-49 lost to USL 73-56 *- lost to SW Texas State 76-57 *- def. Sam Houston State 68-66 *- lost to Texas- Arlington 73-54 *- lost to North Texas 66-60 lost to Nicholls State 62-54 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 111-50 *- lost to Northeast La. 83-47 *- lost to NW State 102-85 *- def. Nicholls State 69-68 *- lost to SW Texas State 62-46 *- def. Sam Houston State 85-64 def. Lamar 76-62 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 78-72 *- lost to North Texas 78-70 def. Texas-Pan American 71-58 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 91-42 #- Arkansas Lady Razorback Classic; $Memphis State Tourn.; *- SLC game 1990-91 (5-22, 0-14 SLC/ 8th) Coach: Bridget Martin/Sonny Watkins #- lost to San Diego State 101-56 #- def. Hofstra 67-65 lost to Texas-Pan American 62-59 *- def. Nicholls State 61-54 lost to Lamar 116-53 lost to Texas 105-48 $- def. Northeastern Illinois 59-56 $- def. Central Florida 61-55 $- lost to Marshall Univ. 86-48 lost to Texas- Pan American 62-51 *- lost to Northeast La. 77-53 *- lost to NW State 81-64 *- lost to SW Texas St. 92-58 *- lost to Sam Houston State 77-72 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 90-43 *- lost to North Texas 88-67 *- lost to Nicholls State 69-65 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 109-70 *- lost to Northeast La. 67-59

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Southland Champs *- lost to NW State 88-61 *- lost to Southwest Texas St. 84-67 *- lost to Sam Houston St. 92-62 lost to LSU 92-62 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 75-53 *- lost to North Texas 67-63 def. USL 83-73 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 101-41 #- St. Mary (Calif.) Tourn.; $- Central Florida Tourn.; *- SLC game

1991-92 (13-15, 9-9 SLC/ 6th) Coach: Bridget Martin/Sonny Watkins def. USL 83-44 lost to La. College 72-69 #- lost to Ole Miss 83-68 #- lost to North Texas $- def. Spring Hill 103-54 $- def. Florida A&M 77-76 def. South Alabama 66-58 *- def. Northeast La. 83-72 *- lost to NW State 82-72 *- def. Texas- San Antonio 76-66 *- lost to SW Texas State 88-73 *- def. Sam Houston State 75-52 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 77-51 *- lost to North Texas 74-71 *- lost to Texas- Arlington 89-59 def. Tulane 72-55 *- def. Nicholls State 79-68 *- def. SW Texas State 61-58 *- def. Texas- San Antonio 93-66 *- lost to Northeast La. 95-75 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 69-41 *- def. Sam Houston State 64-57 *- def. Texas-Arlington 88-86 *- lost to North Texas 80-72 lost to LSU 82-65 *- def. Nicholls State 90-56 *- lost to NW State 87-82 **- lost to SW Texas State 65-50 #- La. Tech Dial Classic; $- South Alabama Classic; *- SLC game; **- SLC post season Tourn. (Nacogdoches, TX.) 1992-93 (14-13, 8-10 SLC/ 5th) Coach: Bridget Martin/Sonny Watkins def. La. College 79-59 #- lost to Louisiana Tech 88-52 #- def. Alcorn 78-54 def. SE Louisiana 75-44 $- lost to Fresno State 80-65 $- def. Nevada 90-80 *- def. Texas-San Antonio 72-61 *-lost to SW Texas State 81-55 *- lost to Northeast La. 74-58 *- lost to NW State 76-54 *- def. Texas-Arlington 59-51 *- def. North Texas 84-81 *- def. Nicholls State 65-57 *- def. Sam Houston State 77-58 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 86-60 !- lost to NW State 73-60 * *- lost to Texas-San Antonio 63-59 *- lost to North Texas 89-80 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 80-69 def. USL 80-56 *- def. Nicholls State 84-77 *- def. Northeast La. 75-70 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 81-68 *- def. Sam Houston State 70-50 def. Tulane 82-80 *- lost to SW Texas State 91-72 **- lost to Northeast La. 84-72 #- Ole Miss Classic; $- Nevada Wolf Pack Classic; *- SLC game; !- played at Lake Charles Civic Center; **- SLC Post Season Tourn. (first round game played in Monroe) 1993-94 (11-16, 9-9 SLC/ 6th) Coach: Bridget Martin/Sonny Watkins def. La. College 69-56 lost to SE Louisiana 73-64 lost to Duke 103-50 lost to Virginia Commonwealth 60-56 lost to Grambling 93-68 #- lost to Texas- El Paso 71-59 #- lost to Austin Peay 65-57 *- def. Nicholls State 71-57 *- def. North Texas 66-65 *- def. Texas- Arlington 62-53 *- lost to Northeast La. 71-46 *- lost to NW State 66-62 *- def. Texas-San Antonio 57-55 *- lost to SW Texas State 65-58 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 77-56 *- def. Sam Houston State 53-44 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 64-61 *- lost to North Texas 58-53 def. USL 71-64 *- lost to NW State 71-59 *- def. Northeast La. 58-53

NCAA Tournament

*- lost to SW Texas State 72-45 *- def. Texas-San Antonio 72-68 *- def. Sam Houston State 62-47 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 68-56 *- def. Nicholls State 80-62 $- lost to NW State 75-65 #- Southern Miss. Tourn.; *- SLC game; $- SLC Tourn. (Nacogdoches, TX.) 1994-95 (18-10, 10-8 SLC/ T-4th) Coach: Bridget Martin def. La. College 75-60 (forfiet) def. Prairie View A&M 57-39 def. Texas- El Paso 69-65 def. USL 79-55 lost to Tulane 73-62 def. Mississippi College 94-75 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 74-62 *- lost to Sam Houston State 58-52 *- def. Texas-San Antonio 83-47 *- def. SW Texas State 73-68 (OT) *- lost to NW State 75-54 *- def. Northeast La. 82-58 def. Lamar 83-71 *- def. North Texas 80-74 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 71-69 *- def. Nicholls State 85-53 *- lost to SW Texas State 69-59 *- def. Texas-San Antonio 75-63 *- lost ot Northeast La. 78-72 *- lost to NW State 76-74 *- def. North Texas 60-57 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 73-65 def. Prairie View A&M 75-51 *- def. Nicholls State 87-54 *- def. Stephen F. Austin 83-81 *- def. Sam Houston State 71-49 **+- def. North Texas 72-67 **- lost to NW State 68-61 *- SLC game; **+- SLC tourn. first round game (Lake Charles); **- SLC Tourn. semifinal game (Shreveport, La.) 1995-96 (8-18, 5-13 SLC/T-7th) Coach: Bridget Martin !-def. Prairie View A&M 77-54 !-def. Mercer 64-59 lost to Tulane 77-73 lost to Rice 85-65 lost to Detroit-Mercy 96-54 lost to Texas-El Paso 58-50 def. USL 61-59 lost to Lamar 99-61 *-lost to NW State 84-46 *-def. Northeast La. 75-58 *-def. Texas-San Antonio 57-55 *-lost to SW Texas State 74-47 *-def. Texas-Arlington 59-49 *-lost to North Texas 67-64 *-lost to Sam Houston State 80-56 *-lost to Stephen F. Austin 102-46 *-lost to Northeast La. 70-63 *lost to NW State 83-52 *-lost to SW Texas State 62-50 *-lost to Texas-San Antonio 78-66 *-def. Nicholls State 78-65 *-lost to North Texas 77-64 *-lost to Texas-Arlington 66-50 *-lost to Stephen F. Austin 77-48 *-lost to Sam Houston State 76-53 *-def. Nicholls State 66-33 !-Chateau Charles Cowgirl Classic; *-SLC game 1996- 97 (17-10, 8-8 SLC/ T- 4th) Coach: Bridget Martin !- def. UT-Pan American 75-53 !- def. Lamar 82-69 def. William Carey 79-41 def. Rice 65-64 def. Lamar 92-84 def. Tulsa 83-67 lost to Arkansas 81-54 def. Prairie View A&M 78-54 *- lost to Southwest Texas State 70-57 *- def. UT-San Antonio 62-60 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 73-64 *- def. Nicholls State 83-75 *- def. Northeast La. 71-68 *- def. Northwestern State 77-66 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 86-70 *- lost to Sam Houston St. 71-61 def. Prairie View A&M 63-58 *- lost to Texas-Arlington 70-63 *- def. Texas-San Antonio 61-45 *- lost to Southwest Texas State 62-58 *- def. Northeast La. 64-60 *- lost to Northwestern State 75-65 *- def. Sam Houston State 77-64 *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 71-65 (OT) def. USL 81-44 *- def. Nicholls State 61-49 **- lost to Sam Houston State 77-66 !- Chateau Charles Cowgirl Classic; *- SLC game; **- SLC Tourn. (Shreveport) 1997-98 (11-16, 5-11 SLC/ 7th) Coach: Bridget Martin def. Loyola (N.O.) 95-55 def. Southern Miss 59-58 def. Tulsa 71-55 !- def. Univ. of Mobile 77-60 !- lost to Jackson St. 69-63

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lost to Texas Tech 93-44 def. Southern 93-84 #- lost to Hawaii 81-51 #- lost to UC-Santa Barbara 95-75 #- lost to Michigan State 78-59 *- def. Nicholls State 68-63 *- def. Southeastern La. 82-56 *- lost to NW State 68-65 *- lost to Northeast La. 79-70 def. Prairie View 58-55 *- lost to Sam Houston St. 63-61 *-def. UT-San Antonio 49-44 *- lost to SW Texas State 68-66 (OT) *- lost to Stephen F. Austin 81-38 *- lost to UT-Arlington 74-65 *- lost to Sam Houston State 75-58 *- lost to UT-San Antonio 68-55 *- lost to NW State 84-62 *lost to Northeast La. 76-73 *- def. Nicholls State 81-56 *-def. Southeastern La. 80-71 *- lost to Texas-Arlington !-Cowgirl Classic, #-Ala Moana Hotel Classic (Honolulu, Hawaii), *- SLC game 1998-99 (14-12, 9-9 SLC/ 7th) Coach: Bridget Martin def. Georgia Southern 68-66 lost to Mercer 78-64 def. Southern Miss 57-56 #def. Texas-Pan American 78-51 #def. Alcorn State 65-51 lost to Baylor 72-55 def. Texas-Pan American 67-57 lost to USL 62-52 *def Southeastern La. 70-68 *def. SW Texas State 72-52 *def. UT-San Antonio 47-45 *lost to NW State 76-58 *lost to Northeast La. 55-53 *def. Sam Houston State 64-49 *lost to Nicholls State 50-47 (OT) *lost to Texas-Arlington 68-63 (OT) *def. Lamar 53-52 *def. UT-San Antonio 75-67 *def. SW Texas State 73-62 *def. Texas-Arlington 50-48 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 73-61 *def. Northeast La. 58-53 *lost to Sam Houston State 79-58 *lost to Southeastern La. 52-49 *lost to Lamar 65-58 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 74-53 #- Cowgirl Classic; *- SLC game

1999-2000 (14-14, 8-10 SLC/ 7th) Coach: Bridget Martin lost to Baylor 71-41 def. Houston 67-66 def. Navy 55-47 def. UL-Lafayette 60-53 lost to South Alabama 75-63 lost to Arkansas State 86-55 def. Mercer 65-60 *lost to NW State 73-58 *lost to Sam Houston St. 70-47 *lost to Lamar 61-58 (OT) *def. UT-San Antonio 70-53 *lost to SW Texas St. 68-49 *def. Nicholls St. 71-62 *def. SE Louisiana 58-57 *def. UT-Arlington 49-48 *lost to Sam Houston St. 68-58 *lost to NW State 77-47 *lost to UL-Monroe 60-58 def. Centenary 93-62 *lost to SF Austin 75-58 *lost to UT-Arlington 69-53 *lost to SE Louisiana 61-58 (OT) def. Centenary 93-54 *lost to SW Texas St. 63-53 *def. UT-San Antonio 82-79 *def. Lamar 69-42 *def. Nicholls St. 72-59 **lost to NW State 93-82 *-SLC Game; **-CenturyTel SLC Classic (1st round game played at Natchitoches, La.) 2000-2001 (6-21, 3-17 SLC/ 11th) Coach: Bridget Martin lost to Houston 104-45 def. Centenary 73-58 lost to Arkansas State 79-74 (OT) def. Centenary 73-42 lost to South Alabama 54-52 *lost to Lamar 77-62 !lost to Navy 74-65 (OT) !def. Murray State 59-58 *lost to UT-San Antonio 69-61 *def .SW Texas St. 70-48 *lost to NW State 82-43 *lost to UL-Monroe 71-59 *lost toe SE Louisiana 67-60 *lost to Sam Houston St. 67-60 *def. UT-Arlington 69-63 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 93-47 *lost to Nicholls State 57-48 *lost to SE Louisiana 81-47 *lost to Nicholls State 78-54 *def. SW Texas St. 57-50 *lost to UT-San Antonio 86-62 *lost to Lamar 57-47 *lost to Sam Houston St. 69-61

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2004-05 (10-19, 8-8 SLC/6th) Coach: Carol Sensley !lost to Rice 62-43 lost to Southern 56-47 #lost to Ole Miss 72-64 #lost to Mercer 73-67 def. New Orleans 71-52 lost to Texas 80-26 lost to Loyola (N.O.) 61-55 lost to Texas A&M 96-45 lost to Southern 63-53 lost to Arkansas-Little Rock 61-55 lost to Birmingham Southern 49-46 *lost to Texas State 68-44 *def. UL-Monroe 73-59 *def. Lamar 66-54 *lost to Texas State 64-48 *lost to Texas-San Antonio 67-49 *def. Nicholls State 57-42 *lost to Texas-Arlington 56-53 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 62-50 *lost to NW State 85-80 (OT) *def. Southeastern La. 66-58 *def. Stephen F. Austin 71-53 *def. Sam Houston State 61-53 *lost to Texas State 74-70 *lost to Nicholls State 65-51 *def. Southeastern La. 65-55 *def. NW State 77-72 **def. Texas State 78-71 (OT) **lost to UL-Monroe 50-41 !-WNIT (Rice University-Houston, TX.); #Southern Methodist Hoops For The Cure Classic; *-SLC game; **-SLC Tournament 2005-06 (13-15, 7-9 SLC/7th) Coach: Carol Sensley lost to South Alabama 52-66 def. Belhaven 93-68 !lost to Colgate 78-82 !def. Charleston Southern 79-71 lost to Grambling 67-68 lost to South Alabama 55-63 def. Jackson State 53-52 lost to #5 Baylor 36-72 def. University of Mobile 72-61 def. Louisiana College 80-45 def. Birmingham-Southern 68-62 *lost to Lamar 51-52 *lost to Texas-San Antonio 58-70 *def. Sam Houston State 57-53 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 63-69 *lost to Southeastern La. 49-69 *lost to Nicholls State 51-62 *lost to Louisiana-Monroe 57-79 *lost to Texas-Arlington 56-59 (OT) *def. Lamar 67-54 *def. Texas-San Antonio 62-57 *def. Texas State 71-67 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 63-88 *lost to Sam Houston State 57-63 *def. Louisiana-Monroe 55-50 *def. Northwestern State 72-51 *def. Texas-Arlington 48-47 **lost to Texas-Arlington 43-71 !-Vanderbilt Tourn.; *-SLC game; **-SLC Tournament 2006-07 (4-25, 2-14 SLC/12th/6th East Div.) Coach: Carol Sensley Interim Coach: Freddie Murray (last 15 games) lost to Louisiana- Monroe 53-71 lost to Univ. of New Orleans 65-70 def. Jackson State 64-60 lost to Texas A&M 26-109 lost to Texas Southern 51-53 def. Belhaven College 71-59 lost to Grambling 59-71 lost to Alabama 55-84 @lost to University of Mobile @lost to Texas-Pan American 37-67 lost to LSU 28-83 lost to Centenary 59-75 lost to Louisiana College 57-61 (OT) *lost to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 54-66 *lost to Sam Houston State 57-74 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 63-76 *lost to Northwestern State 58-82 *lost to Central Arkansas 73-85 *lost to Lamar 60-71 *lost to Southeastern La. 62-69 *lost to Nicholls State 54-56 *lost to Texas State 45-69 *lost to Texas-Arlington 45-64 *lost to Northwestern State 68-72 *lost to Central Arkansas 56-66 *lost to Texas-San Antonio *def. Lamar 60-59 *def. Southeastern La. 67-53 *lost to Nicholls State 66-68 @-played at Lake Charles Civic Center; *-Southland Conference Game

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NCAA Tournament

2007-08 (10-21, 8-8 SLC/T2nd East Div.) Coach: Brooks Williams

The 2011 team captured the Southland Conference regular season title, the SLC tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament

lost at Monroe 40-77 lost at Southern Miss 52-94 lost to New Orleans 51-75 lost at Jackson State 47-67 lost at Cincinnati 44-83 ! lost to Liberty 52-92 ! lost at Xavier 60-97 ! lost to Houston 57-87 def. Texas Southern 61-50 def. Centenary (2OT) 81-79 lost at Texas-Pan America (OT) 64-71 @lost to Southern 55-58 lost at Mississippi State 52-94 lost at Louisiana Tech 43-88 *def. Sam Houston State 79-56 *lost at Texas A&M-CC 54-61 *lost to Texas-Arlington 42-43 *def. Stephen F. Austin 68-60 *lost at Northwestern State 62-90 *lost to Central Arkansas (79-85) *def. Lamar 81-74 *lost to Southeastern La. 58-72 *def. Nicholls State 67-51 *lost to Texas State 50-99 &-*lost to Northwestern State 54-69 *def. Central Arkansas 76-57 *def. Texas-San Antonio 52-49 *lost to Lamar 55-64 *def. Southeastern La. 67-60 *def. Nicholls State (OT) 67-64 **lost to Texas-Arlington 68-82 !- National City Xavier Inv. (Cincinnati, OH.) @-played at Lake Charles Civic Center &- played at Jennings High (Jennings, LA.) *-Southland Conference Game **-Southland Conference Tourn. (Merrell Center - Katy, Tx.) 2008-09 (14-16, 6-10 SLC/7th) Coach: Brooks Williams lost at New Orleans 56-58 lost at Tulsa 65-70 lost at Oklahoma State 56-89 def. Arkansas-Monticello 89-57 def. Houston Baptist 71-63 !lost to Samford 48-67 !lost to Alabama-Birmingham 53-56 def. at UL-Lafayette 56-46 @def. UL-Monroe 62-54 @def. Jackson State 49-45 def. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 73-64 def. at Centenary 74-72 def. Louisiana Tech 71-66 *lost to UTSA 50-61 *lost at Lamar 58-67 (OT) *def. Southeastern La. 57-53 *lost at Central Arkansas 69-71 *def. at Nicholls 87-66 *lost at Stephen F. Austin 50-55 *lost at Northwestern State 64-77 (OT) *lost at Texas State 48-62 !@lost to Texas-Arlington 47-73 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 56-67 *def. Northwestern State 75-66 *def. Texas A&M-CC 68-54 *lost at Sam Houston State 71-81 *def. Nicholls 70-55 *lost at Southeastern La. 50-53 *def. Central Arkansas 70-60 **lost to UTSA 52-71 !- Samford/UAB Thanksgiving Classic (Mobile, Alabama) @-played at Lake Charles Civic Center *-Southland Conference Game **-Southland Conference Tourn. (Merrell Center - Katy, Tx.) 2009-10 (7-22, 3-13 SLC/t10th) Coach: Brooks Williams lost to New Orleans 53-62 def. Texas College 76-51 lost to Samford 58-72 def. at Houston Baptist 63-41 lost at Kentucky 50-85 lost to UL-Lafayette 68-82 @def. Paul Quinn 101-40 lost at UL-Monroe 51-62 lost at La. Tech 61-94 lost to Centenary 66-68 lost at Tulane 45-75 def. Norfolk State 68-55 lost to Tulsa 45-86 *lost at UTSA 61-68 *lost to Lamar 65-68 *lost at Southeastern La. 52-60 *lost to Central Arkansas 58-76 *def. at Nicholls 54-52 *lost at Stephen F. Austin 59-75 @*lost to Northwestern State 52-65 #*def. Texas State 77-70 *lost at UT-Arlington 65-77 *lost to Stephen F. Austin 75-85 *lost at Northwestern State 52-69 *lost at Texas A&M-CC 62-72 *lost to Sam Houston State 84-87 *def. Nicholls 71-52 *lost to Southeastern La. 55-61 *lost at Central Arkansas 77-81 #- played in Jennings, La. (Jennings HS) @-played at Lake Charles Civic Center *-Southland Conference Game

Southland Tournament Champs

2010-11 (26-7, 15-1 SLC Champs SLC Tournament Champs NCAA Tournament Coach: Brooks Williams lost at Southern Miss 64-70 def. at New Orleans 86-33 def. Texas College 100-50 lost at Alabama 53-69 !lost at Long Island 56-71 !def. Colgate 63-62 def. at UL-Lafayette 65-52 def. Southern (N.O.) 80-54 def. UL-Monroe 60-41 lost at Norfolk State 70-75/OT def. Univ. of the Southwest 88-40 lost at Memphis 34-62 def. Centenary 88-52 *def. at Texas A&M-CC 76-51 *def. at Lamar 57-53 *def. at Texas State 82-66 def. Southeastern La. 74-50 *def. at Northwestern State 68-49 *def. at Nicholls 72-71 *lost at Central Arkansas 73-74/OT *def. at Sam Houston State 71-66 *@def. Stephen F. Austin 68-66/OT *def. Central Arkansas 65-59 *def. UTSA 72-43 *def. Northwestern State 73-63 *def. UT-Arlington 60-51 *def. Nicholls 75-58 *def. at Southeastern La. 68-61 *def. Lamar 70-69 **def. Southeastern La. 65-55 **def. UTSA 66-50 **def. Central Arkansas 71-50 $lost to Texas A&M 47-87

Top Five Home Attendance Records 1. 3,256 vs. Lamar/ won 70-69 (March 5, 2011) 2. 2,183 vs. Northwestern State/won 73-63 (Feb. 19, 2011) 3. 1,762 vs. Central Arkansas/ won 65-59 (Jan. 29, 2011) 4. 1,542 vs. Southeastern La./ won 74-50 (Jan. 19, 2011) 5. 1,311 vs. Louisiana Tech/won 71-66 (Jan. 3, 2009)

@-played at Lake Charles Civic Center *-Southland Conference Game **-Southland Conference Tournament (Merrell Center, Katy, TX.) $-NCAA Tournament (CenturyTel Center, Shreveport, La.)

Former Cowgirl head coach Mike Fountain and head coach Brooks Donald Williams are the only two coaches to win Southland Conference title at McNeese

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All-Time Players A Almazan,Monique 2002 Abbitt, Brenna 1997,98 Abraham, Shena 1992 Amey, Shantwann 2001, 2002 Alexander, Miechelle 1989 Anderson, Ne’Aisha 2008-2011 Armstrong, Kayla 2007-2010 Andrews, Leslie 1990-93 Ashworth, Leslie 1990-93 B Baggett. Ashlyn 2009,2011 Baggett, Caitlyn 2009,2011 Barber, NaTosha 1993 94 Barrett, Donna 1984,85 Barry, Tracey-Jeffery 1998,99 BeBee, Rebecca 1980 Bender, Shamecha 2003 Benoit, Kay 1976,77 Blackwell, Chris 1995,97 Bobbett, Colleen 1980-83 Boone, Brittany 2007,08 Booker, Pam 1983-86 Boudreaux, Cindy 1989-92 Bourque, Stephanie 1981 Bowers, Sheronda 2002-04 Briscoe, Dorothy 1984-86 Broussard, Heather 2007 Broussard, Sue 1976,77 Brown, Aretha 1982,83 Brown, Tara 1982,83 Burbridge, Kellie 2000-03 Butcher, Valerie 1986 C Caesar, Bridget 1988 Cain, Dee Ann 1996 Calligan, Twanna 1996-99 Carlisle, Carol Ann 1990 Carrell, Chrissy 1995,96 Chapman, Vicky 1974-76 Clark, Clarissa 2003,04,05, 06 Clophus, Doreen 1988 Coates, Sade’ 2006 Cole, Shanna 1992 Coleman, Kathy 2000 Coleman, Kristal 2000 Coleman, Yronica 1986, 87 Colmer, Courtney 2005 Cooley, Mishay 2003 Conley, Kay 1979 Cormier, Jennifer 1984 Courtney, Rhonda 1979-81 Cummins, Kasie 2001-04 Cutrer, Conceita 2008,09 D Daniels, Robin 1992-95 Davis, Chandra 1986-89 Davis, Pam 1992,93 Davis, Reeshimah 2007,08 Davis, Stacie 1998,99 DeMary, Gail 1977-79 Dubois, Mary 1982-84 Duhon, Nicki 1978,79 Dunnehoo, Beckie 1976,77 Dupuis, Olga 1980 F Fingers, Miracle 1995,96 Fontenot, LaTaunya 1989,90 Fowler, Conswella 1996 French, Cinthia 1994,95 Froeba, Brooke 2009,2010

NCAA Tournament G Gaither, Danielle 1994 Gatlin, Raiyawna 2009-present Goshen, Kathy 1982,83 Green, Tiffany 1997-00 Greig, Kelly 2000,01 Griffen, Cathy 1983-86 Guidry, Aline 1978-81 Guillory, Janine 1986-88 H Habetz, Pauline 1979-82 Hadi, Tara-Abdul 2004,05 Hale, Sarah 1996-99 Handy, Shanel 2002 Harris, Robyn 1990 Headley, Wendy 1998-01 Hebert, Christy 1995 Henagan, Haley 2004,05,06,07 Hegener, Tricia 1995,96 Herd, Ryan 2007 Hill, Tina 1995-98 Hines, Jordan 2011 Hollins, Courtnee’ 2006,07,08 Hooker, Jessica 2007,09 Hull, Martika 2011 Husband, Dakilah 2002 I Ikeakor, Nneka 2001,02 Iles, Claudia 1982,83 Inman, Jennifer 1990,91 J Jackson, Hartford 1999 Jackson, Karanda 1987,88 Jean, Pat 1980-83 Johnson, Angela 1995 Johnson, Ashley 2006,07 Johnson, Kiara 2008-present Johnson, Lindsay 2010 Johnson, Marci 2002 Jones, Erin 2007 Jones, Eva 1986-89 Jones, NeTanya 2011 K Karasch, Angela 1997-01 Keller, Mary 1991 Kendrix, Ja’Niqua 2009-present Kennedy, Ashley 2004 Kingham, Liz 2011 Klutarich, Joanna 2005,06,07,08 Koonce, Melissa 1989 L LaCombe, Candace 2010-present LaFosse, Pam 1983-86 Lampkin, Etta 1976,77 Lantrip, Cherilyn 1979,80 LeBlanc, Valencia 2003,04,05,06 Ledoux, Kris 1986,87 Leonards, Kylie 2010 Lopez, Lenissa 2005,06,07,08 Lyons, Sheri 1984 M Malveaux, Yamekia 1996 Mapp, Wendy 2000, 01 Mayet, Pam 1982-84 Mayo, Eunice 1998-01 McAlister, Tangela 1992,93 McDaniel, Lynn 1992 McCullough, Rhonda 1986 McInnis, Allison 1993,94 McKnight, Mandie 1994 Means, Aaricka 1999

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Southland Tournament Champs Meschino, Chris 1999 Melancon, Monique 1990 Mikel, Cheryl 1980 Miller, Myrna 1975-79 Minor, Adrienne 2010-present Moon, Shannon 1990-92 Moore, Adina 1997 Morales, Rebecca 2003,04,05 Morrell, Taylor 2002,03,04,05 Mouhot, Tabitha 1996,97 N Norton, Maegan 2002 Nutter, Lauren 2009,2010

P Parker, Ines 1995 Peloquin, Jammie 1994,95 Perry, Angie 1986-89 Perry, Shante’ 2006,07,08,09 Powell, Monique 2002,03 Premeaux, Tammy 1978,79 R Randall, Natalie 1983,84 Reeder, Sheila 1996 Riebock, Megan 1994 Robinson, Marcy 2008 Rome, Crystal 2006 Roubique, Ann 1979-82 Roy, Angie 1992,93 S Scott, Brittany 2003 Scott, Celeste 1997, 98 Sheridan, Christine 1979-82 Shipley, Lindsay 1998,99 Silcott, Tresa 1997 Simar, Tessie 1999 Simpson, Lucretia 1985 Spain, Adecia 1993,94 Spivey, Regina 2003,04,05,06 Sprouse, Shonice 2007 Stafford, Lindsey 2000,01 Stewart, Shamika 2003,04,05,06 Staves, Sandra 1982,83 Stone, Kathy 1977-79 Strickland, Otisa 1998 Stutes, Ann 1988,89 Syas, Trekessa 1995 T Thedford, Gretchen 1993,94 Thibodeaux, Paula 1977-80 Thibodeaux, Stacy 1991-94 Thomas, April 1997 Thomas, Yvette 1991 Thompson, Quita 1976,77 Thurman, Kathy 1985 Toussaint, Charleen 2001 Turner, Kim 1985-88 V Verdin, Alaina 2011-present W Waddles, Kim 1996 Walker, Sherry 1989,90 Watson, Keri 1985 Wells, Kendra 2009-present Williams, Amber 2001 Williams, Marquita 2003,04,05,06 Wilson, Shondalynn 2006 Woodson, Liz 1987

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DeKendra Ledoux 5-8, Fr., G Opelousas, LA. Lake Country Christian

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Taylor Gaedtke 6-0, Fr., C Keller, TX. Fort Worth Christian

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NCAA Tournament

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Jordan Hines 5-6, Sr., G Tulsa, OK. Independence CC

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Brooks Donald Williams HEAD COACH

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Ashlyn Baggett 5-6, Jr., G Iota, LA. Iota High

Caitlyn Baggett 5-6, Jr., G Iota, LA. Iota High

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Ashley Salazar 5-8, Fr., G Knippa, TX. Knippa High

Kendra Wells 5-11, Sr., F Port Allen, LA. Scotlandville High

Raiyawna Gatlin 5-6, Sr., G Shreveport, LA. Southwood High

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Martika Hull 5-11, Sr., F Meridian, MS. East Mississippi CC

Adrienne Minor 6-3, Jr., C Beaumont, TX. Ozen High

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Shalyn Riley 5-6, Fr., G Jennings, LA. Jennings High

Garry Brodhead ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

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NeTanya Jones 6-4, So., C Oakdale, LA. Oakdale High

Sallie Guillory ASSISTANT COACH

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Alaina Verdin 5-9, So., G Houma, LA. Terrebonne High

Liz Kingham 6-0, So., C Grand Lake, LA. Grand Lake High

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Ja’Niqua Kendrix 6-1, Sr., F Monroe, LA. Neville High

Candace LaCombe 5-11, Sr., G Iota, LA. LSU-Eunice

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Ne’Aisha Anderson MANAGER

Kacie Cryer ASSISTANT COACH 2011-12 Cowgirl Basketball

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NOV. 2 (TUES) UNO 7PM EXHIBITION NOV. 11 (FRI) @UCLA 2PM NOV. 13 (MON) TBD TBD NOV. 16 (WED) TBD TBD NOV. 19 (SAT) TBD TBD WNIT (PRE-SEASON) NOV. 21 (MON) ULL 7PM NOV. 25 (FRI) VS. PAN AM 5PM NOV. 26 (SAT) VS. HOUSTON 4:30PM HOUSTON TOURNAMENT NOV. 30 (WED) @ULM 7PM DEC. 3 (SAT) SUNO NOON DEC. 14 (WED) @TEXAS SO. 7PM DEC. 16 (FRI) LSU 6PM PACK THE HOUSE DEC. 19 (MON) @CENTENARY 7PM DEC. 21 (WED) @BAYLOR 7PM DEC. 30 (FRI) @TEXAS A&M 7PM

JAN. 7 (SAT) JAN. 11 (WED) JAN. 14 (SAT) JAN. 18 (WED) JAN. 21 (SAT) JAN. 23 (MON) JAN. 28 (SAT) FEB. 1 (WED) LC CIVIC CENTER FEB. 4 (SAT) FEB. 11 (SAT) PINK ZONE FEB. 15 (WED) FEB. 18 (SAT) FEB. 22 (WED) FEB. 25 (SAT) FEB. 29 (WED) SENIOR NIGHT MAR. 3 (SAT) MAR. 6-10

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