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TRADITION. PASSION. PROMISE. 2012-2013 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ONLINE TEAM GUIDE


TEAM INFORMATION COLLEGE INFORMATION Location: ...........................................................................................................Providence, R.I. 02918 Enrollment: .......................................................................................................................................3,852 President:..........................................................................................Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Associate VP/Athletic Director: ...................................................................Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Assistant VP/Executive Associate Athletic Director/SWA: .................................... Jill LaPoint Associate Athletic Director/Student-Athlete Development: .................... Nicholas Reggio Associate Athletic Director/Marketing & Communications: .............................Arthur Parks Associate Athletic Director/Facilities & Game Day Mgmt: ............................Carl LaBranche Associate Athletic Director/Business:................................................................ Marcus Blossom Associate Athletic Director/External Relations: ............................................... Steve Napolillo Associate Athletic Director/Compliance & Student-Athlete Services: .......... Joe Nicastro Associate Athletic Director/Sports Medicine: ............................................................John Rock Conference:................................................................................................................................BIG EAST Nickname:..........................................................................................................................................Friars School Colors:...................................................................Black and White with Silver (PMS 877) Facility:......................................................................................Alumni Hall/Mullaney Gym (1,854) TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record: .............................................................................................................. 13-17 2011-12 BIG EAST Record:..............................................................................................................5-11 BIG EAST Finish: ............................................................................................................................... 13th Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.......................................................................................................6/7 Starters Returning/Lost: ...................................................................................................................0/5 Newcomers: ............................................................................................................................................. 4

COACHING STAFF Head Coach:................................................................. Susan Robinson Fruchtl (Penn State '92) Record at Providence (seasons):...........................................................................0-0 (1st Season) Career Record (seasons):.......................................................................................74-83 (5 Seasons) Assistant Coaches:................................................................. Dan Durkin (Mount St. Mary's '75) ...............................................................................Kristeena Alexander (George Washington '00) .............................................................................................Dario Hernandez (Shaw University '10) Director of Women's Basketball Administration: ...........Jen Wasson (Univ. of Mobile '94) Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations: ............Lynne-Ann Kokoski (Bryant '08) Graduate Assistant.................................................................Michael Motta (Old Dominion '11) Office Phone:.................................................................................................................(401) 865-2529 Fax Phone:.......................................................................................................................(401) 865-2776

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF Assistant Director for Student-Athlete Academic Services: ...................... Kaitlyn O'Malley Athletic Trainer: ........................................................................................................ Kristen Duhamel Strength & Conditioning Coach: ............................................................................Kenneth White

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Sports Information Director:........................................................................... Jennifer Rynearson Office Phone:.................................................................................................................(401) 865-2208 Cell Phone:......................................................................................................................(401) 575-7370 Email Address:......................................................................................... jrynears@providence.edu Secondary Women's Basketball Contact:............................................................Allison Wigand Office Phone:.................................................................................................................(401) 865-2272 Email Address: ............................................................................ awigand@friars.providence.edu Address:....................1 Cunningham Square, Alumni Hall/Athletics, Providence, RI 02918 Office Fax:........................................................................................................................(401) 865-2583 Press Row Phone:.........................................................................................................(401) 865-2810

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Front Cover...........................Head Coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl & Athletics Director Bob Driscoll Inside Front Cover..............................................................................Team Information/Table Of Contents 3............................................................................... Alumni Hall/Mullaney Gymnasium • Our Home Court 4...............................................................................................Susan Robinson Fruchtl Era • Witness Change 5............................................................................................Friars In The Community • Making A Difference 6..........................................................................40 Years Of Women's Athletics • Celebrating Our History 7..............................................................................BIG EAST Champions • 1990 Providence College Friars 8.........................................................................................NCAA Sliver Anniversary Award • Doris Burke '87 THIS IS PROVIDENCE, RI 10................................................................................................................................................This Is Rhode Island THIS IS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 12...................................................................................................................................This Is Providence College 13..................................................................................................................................................Academic Services 14.........................................................................................................................................College Administration 15-16............................................................................................................. Athletics Director/Administration 17-22...............................................................................................................................................................Facilities WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACHES & STAFF 24-25.....................................................................................................Head Coach - Susan Robinson Fruchtl 26.............................................................................................................................Assistant Coach - Dan Durkin 27............................................................................................................Assistant Coach - Kristeena Alexander 28..................................................................................................................Assistant Coach - Dario Hernandez 29-32..................................................................................................................................................... Support Staff MEET THE FRIARS 34-35....................................................................................................................................#12 • Symone Roberts 36-37....................................................................................................................................#33 • Brianna Edwards 38-39....................................................................................................................................#10 • Danielle Pearson 40-41....................................................................................................................................................#13 • Tori Rule 42-43....................................................................................................................................#15 • Chanise Baldwin 44-45.............................................................................................................................................#42 • Alexis Harris 46........................................................................................................................ #20 • Lexi Sells / #30 • Evi Iiskola 47.........................................................................................................................................................2012-13 Roster 48......................................................................................2012-13 Providence College Women's Basketball THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE 50.................................................................................................................................... The BIG EAST Conference 51.......................................................................................................BIG EAST Conference System Of Success 52...............................................................................................................BIG EAST Conference Commissioner 53-54....................................................................................................................... All-Time BIG EAST Standings 55...............................................................................................................................................BIG EAST Honor Roll 56.................................................................................2011-12 BIG EAST Post-Season Awards & Standings HISTORY, RECORDS & AWARDS 58-59.......................................................................................................................... Helen Bert - A True Pioneer 60-62........................................................................................................................................All-Time Friar Greats 63-65....................................................................................................................................All-Time Tournaments 66.......................................................................................................................................... All-Time Season Highs 67........................................................................................................................ Single-Season Records By Class 68-69.......................................................................................................................................Year-By-Year Leaders 70-71......................................................................................................................................................Friar Records 72................................................................................................................................................Awards and Honors 73.........................................................................................................................................................All-Time Roster 74-75.................................................................... All-Time Uniform Numbers / Season-by-Season Roster 76-81........................................................................................................................................Year-By-Year Results 82-84............................................................................................................................... Friar Basketball Timeline 85............................................................................................................................. Providence College Tradition 86...................................................................2013 BIG EAST Women's Basketball Championship Bracket 87.................................................................................................2012-13 Schedule / Radio & TV Information Back Cover................................................................................................................................Nike Basketball Ad

ATHLETIC MARKETING & PROMOTIONS Director of Athletic Marketing/Promotions:............................................................ Katie Moore Women's Basketball Marketing/Promotions Contact:....................................Teddy Kinneen Office Phone:.................................................................................................................(401) 865-1967 Email:..............................................................................................tkinneen@friars.providence.edu Office Fax:........................................................................................................................(401) 865-2583

ATHLETIC WEB SITES Athletic Website:........................................................................................................ www.Friars.com BIG EAST Conference Website:........................................................................... www.bigeast.org FOLLOW US ON TWITTER Providence College Athletic Department: ............................................................ @PCAthletics Head Coach, Susan Robinson Fruchtl: .........................................................@Providence_WBB Assistant Coach, Dan Durkin: ....................................................................................@DanDurkin1 Assistant Coach, Kristeena Alexander: .......................................................@Providence_Co_K Assistant Coach, Dario Hernandez: ..................................................................@CoachDario_PC CREDITS: The Providence College Women's Basketball Online Information Guide is published by the Providence College Athletics Department and all rights are reserved. All information is property of the Providence College Athletic Department. Editor: Jen Rynearson. Editorial Assistance: Allison Wigand. Design and Layout: Jen Rynearson. Photography: David Silverman, Tom Maguire, George Ross, S.R. Smith, Richard Benjamin, Vincent Dusovic, Stephen Slade, Bob Stowell, Ed Rohde and Jen Rynearson. Special photo assistance provided by Saint Francis University (Pa.) Sports Information, Penn State University Sports Information, Troy Sports Information, Temple Sports Information and UNC Greensboro Sports Information. FRONT COVER: Head Coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl and Athletics Director Robert G. Driscoll, Jr.

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF Front Row (l to r): Tori Rule, Chanise Baldwin, Evi Iiskola, Brianna Edwards, Symone Roberts, Lexi Sells, Alexis Harris, Danielle Pearson. Back Row (l to r): Lynne-Ann Kokoski, Lisa Vieira, Kristeena Alexander, Dan Durkin, Susan Robinson Fruchtl, Dario Hernandez, Jen Wasson, Michael Motta, Kristen Duhamel.


ALUMNI HALL/MULLANEY GYMNASIUM OUR HOME COURT

Alumni Hall/Mullaney Gymnasium has been the Friars’ home court since 1974. During the summer of 2012, the facility underwent a massive renovation, which including a state-of-the-art video board, control room, sound system, air conditioning, lighting, scoreboard, ceiling and new seating. The grand re-opening of the facility, including ribbon cutting took place in the Friars’ season opener vs. Drexel on November 9, 2012. Alumni Hall is the ultimate home-court advantage.


SUSAN ROBINSON FRUCHTL ERA WITNESS CHANGE

Susan Robinson Fruchtl, was named the ninth head coach in Providence College history on April 9, 2012. Robinson Fruchtl enjoyed an impressive playing career at Penn State University, where she was awarded the Wade Trophy, as the nation’s top collegiate basketball player in 1992. She also was a First-Team All-America selection and First-Team Academic All-America honoree. She served as head coach at Saint Francis University (Pa.), where she was named NEC Coach of the Year in 2011.


FRIARS IN THE COMMUNITY MAKING A DIFFERENCE

First-year Friar Head Coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl, has hit the ground running with the women’s basketball program, with regard to community involvement and outreach. Servant leadership will be a continued focus for the program, as Robinson Fruchtl believes the saying “To Whom Much Is Given, Much Is Expected”. Community involvement is a priority for the Friars and they have taken ownership of the responsibility they have in the community.


40 YEARS OF WOMEN’S ATHLETICS CELEBRATING OUR HISTORY

Providence College celebrated 40 Years of Women’s Athletics, and hosted a spectacular series of events during Alumni & Family Weekend held on February 10-12, 2012. The celebration was well attended by many former female student-athletes, spanning the previous four decades. It also provided an opportunity for current student-athletes, coaches and administrators to become engaged in the rich tradition and history of our women’s athletic programs. Each attendee was honored at halftime of the women’s basketball game vs. Seton Hall on February 11 at Alumni Hall. Prior to the game, a reception was held in the Ruane Atrium.


BIG EAST CHAMPIONS

1990 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

The Providence College Friars, captured the 1990 BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Championship at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs, Conn. Andrea Mangum was named Most Outstanding Player at the conclusion of tournament play. The Friars also captured the BIG EAST Regular-Season title in 1983, 1986, 1990 and 1996. The BIG EAST is the most dominant women’s basketball conference in the nation. The BIG EAST boasts eight National Champions and 20 Final Four appearances in women’s basketball.


NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY AWARD DORIS BURKE ‘87

Doris Burke ‘87, a former Providence College women’s basketball stand-out and current NBA, WNBA and college basketball TV analyst, was named a recipient of the 2012 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award. The NCAA named six former student-athletes as recipients of its Silver Anniversary Award that annually recognizes distinguished individuals on the 25th anniversary of the conclusion of their college athletics careers. Burke became just the second Providence College graduate to earn the prestigious honor. Former men’s basketball player Ray Flynn ‘63 was an NCAA Silver Anniversary Award winner in 1988.


THIS IS RHODE ISLAND EXPERIENCE A CITY IN RENAISSANCE... Providence, Rhode Island is among America's most dynamic, diverse and exciting new destination cities. Come and see it for yourself. Gather with thousands in the rejuvenated downtown for a magical WaterFire display. Catch a Broadway-bound show. Enjoy dinner in one of the city's many award-winning restaurants, then head to Federal Hill to sip an authentic caffe latte. Mingle with the more than 26,000 students who attend the city's five colleges and universities. Explore internship opportunities with the city's businesses and nonprofits and see a real-world path to career success. Providence College's scenic 105-acre campus is located just 10 minutes away from one of the most historic and cosmopolitan city centers in the United States. Come to Providence and embrace all that America's Renaissance City has to offer. A LIVELY DOWNTOWN SCENE... It's where Colonial-era cobblestone streets intersect with gleaming new office buildings. Where young men and women from across the nation intern with some of the most recognized names in finance, business, technology and healthcare. In Providence, there's always something happening, always a new exhibition, bookshop or bistro to check out. The New York Times describes it as "one of the hippest towns in New England." And Money Magazine calls it "the best city in the East for young professionals." Providence Place Mall.

A WEALTH OF WEEKEND DESTINATIONS... Known as the Ocean State, Rhode Island boasts more than 400 miles of stunning coastline. The world-famous mansions of Newport, along with the shores of Narragansett Bay are just a 30-minute drive from Providence. The ski slopes of New England make a great day trip, and the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard are all within easy reach. YOU'RE CLOSE... Providence is a short drive from T.F. Green Airport. Known as the "hassle-free gateway to New England," the airport is conveniently located close to Interstate 95 and offers non-stop flight connections to cities throughout the United States and Caribbean. Susan Robinson Fruchtl at Water Fire in June.

PROVIDENCE IS AMERICA'S NEWEST DESTINATION CITY. HERE'S WHY: The Providence Performing Arts Center is the second largest indoor theater in New England • The Dunkin' Donuts Center (home of Providence College basketball) has hosted the NCAA Hockey Championship and NCAA Basketball Tournament among other major sporting events • At the upscale Providence Place Mall, you'll find more than 160 shops, theaters, acclaimed restaurants and an IMAX Theater • The renowned WaterFire display on the Providence River is one of the many attractions that draw thousands to the city's dynamic downtown • With seven historic districts featuring beautifully preserved 18th-and-19th century architecture, Providence is one of the most historic cities in America • Providence has the country's largest per capita concentration of college students (26,000 in a city of just over 175,000), making it one of the nation's most student-friendly cities • Providence has a rich diversity of neighborhoods offering a wide selection of ethnic cuisine, from pad thai to paella • The nationally acclaimed Roger Williams Park Zoo is home to hundreds of rare animals from around the world • The city's rich cultural calendar includes dance performances, theater productions, music recitals, gallery shows and readings by prominent authors and poets •

For complete information, contact the Providence Convention and Visitors Bureau, (800) 233-1636 and the Rhode Island Division of Tourism, (800) 556-2484.

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THIS IS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE PROVIDENCE COLLEGE Affiliation Roman Catholic Dominican Friars Enrollment 3,852 undergraduates 11% from Rhode Island 64% from New England 18 foreign countries 42% men, 58% women Providence, Rhode Island 175,255 residents 27,204 full-time college students in Providence 61,168 full-time college students in Rhode Island Campus 105 acres Concannon Fitness Center/Peterson Recreation Center/Taylor Natatorium/Alumni Hall Basketball Courts Indoor Track Swimming Pool Racquetball Courts Nautilus/Cardiovascular Equipment Tennis Courts Dance Studio Weight Room Astroturf Facility Phillips Memorial Library 560,975 total volumes

Harkins Hall

Albertus Magnus-Hickey Science Complex State of the Art Labs Computer Work Stations Research Facilities Seven Computer Labs Nine Dormitories

Responding to the needs of Rhode Island, the Dominican Order of Preachers made Five Apartment Buildings a special commitment to the state in 1917 and founded Providence College — the only One Suite Hall institution of higher learning in North America that is conducted by the Order. In 95 Faculty years, Providence College has steadily moved to a position of national prominence, while 401 members, 299 full-time faculty maintaining a personal, community-like atmosphere that fosters growth and develop 9.2 % Dominican priests or sisters 7.3% Friars ment among its student population. 12.1:1 student to faculty ratio Providence College’s rich heritage dates back to 1216, or the origins of the Dominican 90.8% Ph.D. or highest degree in field Order in Spain. Through the ages, the Dominican Friars became known as the “champions of the faith,” spreading the gospel message through the centuries into every corner of the globe. Today, Dominican Friars continue to spread the gospel in a wide range of remote areas of the world, to teach at every level of the United States educational system. With the Dominican tradition as its foundation, Providence College focuses on developing the entire person through its valuesoriented education. The college seeks to complement a student’s knowledge with knowledge of his own values — values that will remain the foundation for sound judgement throughout a lifetime. To that end, Providence College aims to relate its curriculum to the problems of contemporary society, offering diverse programs of study that remain grounded in the liberal arts. Students may choose from some 60 concentrations ranging from computer science to labor relations to theatre arts. In addition, qualified students who wish to structure a program not specifically provided under the regular concentrations may develop their own program with the approval of the dean of the college. As part of the core curriculum, all students take a two-year, team-taught course, Development of Western Civilization (DWC) which integrates the study of literature, philosophy, history and religious studies through the ages into a cohesive interdisciplinary unit. Situated just on the fringe of downtown Providence, the College’s location enables students to have easy access to the many social, cultural, educational and recreational amenities of urban life - the Providence Public Library; entertainment at the Providence Performing Arts Center; sporting events, entertainment and trade shows at the Dunkin' Donuts Center and the Providence Convention Center, Providence Place Mall and dozens of fine restaurants. With several other major educational institutions located in Providence, the city has become a hub of collegiate activity.

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ACADEMIC SERVICES

Study area utilized by the Office of Academic Services, which is housed in the library.

ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES The Office of Academic Services (OAS) provides specialized support to student-athletes in light of the unique time demands, responsibilities, and rules governing participation in intercollegiate athletics. Holistic services are provided in a safe, personal environment where academic growth is a priority, personal development and independence are enhanced, and long-term success is nurtured by a staff which models these same commitments. Student-athletes who have distinguished themselves in the classroom as well as on the field or court, may be nominated for the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team, the HOCKEY EAST Academic Honor Roll, NFHCA Division I Academic Team, America East All-Academic or ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Program presented by CoSIDA. The Providence College Athletic Department also honors student-athletes each semester who have achieved a 3.00 grade point average or higher.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Providence College is primarily a coeducational four-year undergraduate college of liberal arts and sciences. Its main objective is the intellectual development of its students through the disciplines of the sciences and the humanities, equipping them to become productive and responsible citizens of a democratic society. To be eligible for a degree, a student must accumulate 116 credit hours over an eight semester period with an overall quality point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. In addition, a student must complete a minimum of 24 upper-division credits in the field of their major with an overall 2.0 cumulative average unless stipulated. Included in the total credit hours are the following prerequisites for any degree: Development of Western Civilization (20); Social Sciences (6); Natural Science (6); Philosophy (6); SERVICES AVAILABLE TO Theology (6); Mathematics (3) and Fine Arts (3). The STUDENT-ATHLETES THROUGH remaining credit hours are elective with at least nine ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES coming from areas outside one’s major. In addition, all students establish English (writing) Proficiency by Academic Monitoring coursework or standards designated by the English Progress report slips (i.e., requesting information regarding class attendance and Department. performance) are sent to each instructor for all student-athletes at least once per The most popular majors for the Class of 2012 semester. The staff tracks individual progress, schedules meetings with studentwere biology, management, marketing, psychology athletes as appropriate, and personally contacts instructors as necessary. and finance. Although this may seem overwhelming Counseling/Mentoring on paper, our staff goes to great lengths to monitor The staff meets with student-athletes, individually and in-groups, regarding academic, athletic, career, and/or personal issues. each student’s academic progress. It’s a system that Life Skills Program/Special Projects Providence is quite proud of and one which we’ve Programs and workshops on select life skills (i.e., NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program) worked long and hard to establish. are presented, covering the following five component areas: academics, personal Any student-athlete who feels the need for development, community service, athletics, and career development. The OAS tutorial assistance can utilize the college’s tutorial has collaborative relationships with many units on campus to help provide these center, as well as the athletic department’s advisors services. who can supply them with individuals capable of Pre-Registration assisting them in their particular course of study. The staff assists student-athletes with planning and course registration. In conjunction with the Office of Academic Records, dates are determined for preregistration each semester. Study Hall Quiet, monitored study time is available, during daytime and evening hours. Student-athletes are required and/or recommended to attend, on a sport-by-sport basis, by their respective head coach. Travel Notifications At the beginning of each semester, student-athletes are provided with letters for their instructors, notifying them of travel/competitive schedules. Tutorial Services and The Writing Center The Tutorial Center, which is nationally certified by the College Reading & Learning Association, provides peer tutoring in most all subject areas. The Tutorial Center is open until 9:00 pm weeknights. The Writing Center provides more intensive and specialized writing support and also maintains evening hours for student-athletes’ convenience.

ACADEMIC SERVICES - STAFF

Jonathan Gomes Associate Director for Academic Services Kaitlyn O'Malley Assistant Director for Student-Athlete Services Anthony Mendes Academic Coordinator for Student-Athletes Jesse Strout Graduate Assistant for Academic Services

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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION REVEREND BRIAN J. SHANLEY, O.P. PRESIDENT On February 1, 2005, Providence College announced the election of Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P., to serve as the 12th president of the College. Father Shanley assumed his duties at the College on July 1, 2005, and succeeded Reverend Philip A. Smith, O.P., who served as the College’s president from 19942005. Prior to his arrival at Providence, Father Shanley served as an associate professor in the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Father Shanley is a native of Warwick, Rhode Island. A parishioner at St. Gregory the Great Church, he attended local public schools, graduating from Toll Gate High School in 1976. In 1980, Father Shanley earned his undergraduate degree in history at Providence College. He holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto, where he completed the Collaborative Providence in Philosophy and Medieval Studies. He also holds a master of divinity degree (theology) and the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), both from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception.) Ordained to the priesthood in 1987, Father Shanley has devoted his entire career to teaching and administration in Catholic higher education. Following teaching assignments at Providence College and the University of Toronto, he began his tenure at The Catholic University of America in 1994, achieving the rank of associate professor in 2001. Father Shanley’s first teaching assignment was at Providence College from 1988-91. He was an instructor of philosophy, and taught in the Development of Western Civilization Program. Father Shanley spent the Fall 2002 semester as a visiting professor at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He previously engaged in a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion in 1998-99. As the Regent of Studies for the Dominican Province of St. Joseph, Father Shanley holds a seat on the Provincial Council, a body of 12 Dominican Friars serving as cabinet-level advisors to the Prior Provincial. He advises the Prior Provincial on all matters pertaining to the intellectual and academic life of the Province and oversees the academic endeavors of members of the Province, including those in preparation for the priesthood and those engaged in graduate studies. Father Shanley has been widely published in philosophy-focused academic journals and has been a guest lecturer at a wide range of scholarly conferences.

Rev. Kenneth Sicard, O.P. Executive Vice President and Treasurer

Marifrances McGinn Vice President and General Counsel

David Wegrzyn Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement

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John M. Sweeney Senior Vice President for Finance and Business

Kristine Goodwin Vice President for Student Affairs

Dr. Hugh F. Lena Provost/Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Rev. Joseph J. Guido, O.P. Vice President for Mission and Ministry


ATHLETICS DIRECTOR ROBERT G. DRISCOLL, JR. ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT Since Robert G. Driscoll was hired as the Associate Vice President for Athletics on November 2, 2001, Providence College athletics has experienced unprecedented growth in academic and athletic performance, fundraising, facilities and community involvement. Driscoll has reinvigorated the Providence College Athletics program, leading the charge with a vision of creating one of the most respected programs in the nation, where each student-athlete graduates and has the opportunity to compete for championships. Driscoll was recognized for his efforts on June 10, 2008 as he was named the 2007-08 Astro Turf Athletics Director of the Year for the Division I Northeast Region at the 43rd National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Annual Convention. He also was honored in 2009 by his alma mater, Ithaca College, where he received the Distinguished Sport Industry Leader award during alumni weekend. Most recently, he was elected as Third Vice President of the Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Association. In addition to academic and athletic excellence, Driscoll has placed a strong emphasis on the enhancement of facilities at Providence. Driscoll worked strategically with lead officials in the City of Providence and the State of Rhode Island to help spearhead an $80 million renovation of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, which is home to the Friar men’s basketball team. The renovated Dunkin’ Donuts Center is once again a state-of-the-art facility that seats over 12,600 fans. Renovations have enhanced the game-day experience by adding 20 luxury boxes, new seats, a video scoreboard, sound system, updated restaurant and concession stands, team store, locker rooms and new weight training and fitness areas. As a result, Providence College, the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the city of Providence and the state of Rhode Island hosted the First and Second Rounds of the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, which was a complete success. In March of 2012, renovations of Alumni Hall began and were completed in September. Alumni Hall, which is the practice facility for men’s basketball and home courts for women’s basketball and volleyball, is now equipped with a new ceiling, lighting, air conditioning and heating systems, upper level windows and new seating in the upper and lower arena. The entire communications and data systems were overhauled and a video scoreboard was installed, along with an enhanced audio system for public address and in-game entertainment needs. In addition, the College gained approval for renovations to Schneider Arena, which began in August of 2012. When completed, Schneider Arena, home of the Friar men’s and women’s hockey teams, will have new locker rooms, sports medicine room, a strength and conditioning complex and an equipment room. The College also will build a state-of-the-art soccer and lacrosse complex adjacent to Schneider Arena as well as a new softball complex and tennis courts on lower campus. Athletically, Providence continued to achieve success during the 2011-12 season. The men’s cross country team qualified for the NCAA Championship and finished 22nd overall. The men’s soccer team hosted a first round NCAA Tournament game for the second-consecutive season and advanced to the second round. Meanwhile, the women’s soccer team advanced to the BIG EAST Tournament for the first time since 1994. The men’s hockey team upset No. 2 seed UMass Lowell in a best-of-three Hockey East Quarterfinal series and became the first No. 7 seed to win a Hockey East Quarterfinal series. It marked the Friars’ first appearance in the league semifinals since 2001. In addition, the women’s hockey team advanced to the Hockey East Championship game and came within seven seconds of capturing the crown. During the track season, the Friars continued to thrive. Emily Sisson earned All-America honors in the indoor 3,000 meters and the outdoor 5,000 meters, while Shelby Greany also was crowned All-American in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the NCAA Championships. Sisson and Greany captured BIG EAST individual titles in the 5,000 meters and the steeplechase, respectively, during the outdoor season. In addition, David McCarthy set a New England record in the mile (3.55.75) and also garnered All-America status in the mile at the NCAA Championships. On May 11-12, 2012, Providence College hosted the Cox Sports 15th Anniversary Celebration of the 1997 Providence College Men’s Basketball Elite Eight Friars. Led by former Friar Head Coach Pete Gillen, a number of former Friars from the 1997 team attended the event, which benefited the men’s basketball Mullaney Fund. In addition to the recent renovations to Alumni Hall and upcoming renovations to Schneider Arena as well as the state-of-the art soccer and lacrosse complex, there have been numerous other facility improvements in Alumni Hall. The men’s basketball offices, hallway and locker rooms were renovated, thanks to a generous gift from Providence College alumnus Joe Calabria ‘65. The Joe Calabria Hallway of Legends was dedicated in January of 2009. Consisting of nine exhibit areas and seven display cases, the hallway features players and teams from each era of the Providence College basketball program. The hallway’s floor is a replica of the Friars’ Dave Gavitt Court at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center and the project also includes a complete renovation of the coaches’ offices, the film room and the team’s locker room. The men’s soccer program received a generous donation from John Murphy ‘80 and renovated the soccer offices. The Joyce Murphy Soccer Suite opened in November of 2008. The suite features new offices, meeting spaces and a lounge area equipped with flat screen televisions. The men’s soccer locker room also was refurbished thanks to a donation by Kerry and Karl Anderson ‘87. With the creation of the BIG EAST Lacrosse Conference, the lacrosse offices were renovated to go along with a new locker room. The volleyball locker room also was renovated and a new women’s basketball video room was created. In addition, the track/cross country offices and the women’s soccer offices also were refurbished. The Helen Bert Student-Athlete Study Lounge, which was opened in 2007, was recently expanded. Thanks to a generous donation from Judge Bill Leary ’60 and his wife, Emily, the Friends of Friar WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 15


ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ADMINISTRATION Hockey Room also was renovated at Schneider Arena. The Bill and Emily Leary Friends of Friar Room includes plasma televisions, high-top counters and meeting space for the teams. In addition, a media library room displaying the history of Friar Hockey was made possible thanks to a generous gift from Bob O’Connor ’62. In August of 2007, the Concannon Fitness Center, a state-of-the-art $18 million facility, was opened. The Concannon Fitness Center is adjacent to the $6 million Lennon Family Field (Astroturf facility), which was completed in August 2005. The Fitness Center houses the Friars’ Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center as well as administrative and coaching offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. The construction project also provides the department with a state-of-the-art sports medicine complex and a new ticket office. The Canavan Sports Medicine Center, which was completed in August of 2008, is equipped with a hydrotherapy room, which includes a SwimEx rehab pool and two plunges for cold/hot therapy. Many of the College’s athletic improvements were made possible through Driscoll’s fundraising efforts. In each of the 11 years that Driscoll has led the Friars, the athletic department has exceeded its fundraising goals and has generated millions of dollars that have been utilized for student-athlete development and facility enhancements. Driscoll served as the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship Committee Chair in 2010-11. He also represents the BIG EAST’s Athletic Directors on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, serves on the BIG EAST Finance Committee and the HOCKEY EAST Television Negotiations Committee. He previously served on the NCAA Division I Management Council and was an NCAA Fellows Programs Executive Mentor. Driscoll joined the Providence community after 14½ years in athletic administration at the University of California, Berkeley. At Cal, Driscoll served as the Executive Associate Athletic Director and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department as well as overseeing football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s water polo, rugby, strength training, equipment and the sports medicine programs. Driscoll was hired at Cal as the Associate Athletic Director for Student Services, a position he held for five years. He then assumed the position of Executive Associate Athletic Director, at which point he was responsible for the administration of 27 varsity sports. During his tenure at Cal, he oversaw 25 club sports, a staff of 250 and a $36 million budget. Prior to coming to Providence, he served as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. During his tenure, Cal won over 20 national championships, competed in the Citrus, Copper, Alamo and Aloha Bowls, NCAA Basketball Tournaments and the College World Series for baseball and softball. The Bears also finished as high as 12th in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. Before arriving at Cal, Driscoll served six years (1981-87) as the Athletic Director and Chair of the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Intramural Sports at Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Prior to arriving at Mills, Driscoll was Assistant Athletic Director and Head Baseball and Hockey Coach at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. from 1977-81. Driscoll was a stand-out hockey and baseball player at Ithaca College (N.Y.), where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1974. He earned his Master of Science in Physical Education/Psychology of Sports from Ithaca in 1975. A native of West Concord, Mass., Driscoll was inducted into the inaugural class of Concord-Carlisle High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame (football, ice hockey and baseball) in 1993. He is the proud father of three children: Tara, a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley; Kelly, a graduate of the University of Michigan; and Sean, a graduate of Providence College. He and his wife Cathy reside in North Kingstown. JILL LaPOINT ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT/EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/SWA LaPoint joined the College in 2000 as Associate Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator. In 2006, she was promoted to Associate AD for Administration and Assistant Vice President/Executive Associate AD during the 2008-09 academic year. LaPoint is responsible for administering and managing a variety of varsity sports programs, including women's basketball, field hockey, volleyball and softball. Ultimately, LaPoint ensures that the athletic programs run in a consistent fashion with institutional, NCAA and BIG EAST Conference policies. She also assists in the overall administration of the department and provides input on such key matters as gender equity, student-athlete welfare, long-range planning and women's issues. In addition to fulfilling her current list of responsibilities, LaPoint will serve as acting Athletic Director in Driscoll's absence, and also will represent Driscoll, the athletic department and the College at various meetings on and off campus. LaPoint currently serves on the BIG EAST Conference AD Executive Committee, BIG EAST Conference Senior Woman Administrator Committee and the BIG EAST Field Hockey Sport Championship Committee. She also is the treasurer of the R.I.A.I.A.W. She also has served on the NCAA Field Hockey Committee since 2010 and is the Committee Chair for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons. LaPoint, an 1989 graduate of Lock Haven University, was an Assistant Athletic Director at Brown University for two years prior to her arrival at Providence. While at Brown, she was the primary administrator for four Division I intercollegiate athletic programs, Director of the Club Sports / Intramural Programs, as well as the Director of Physical Education and University Recreation Programs. She began her career in athletics as the head field hockey coach at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania in 1992. While at Juniata, she was promoted to the post of Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator. LaPoint worked in those positions until 1998 when she assumed the role of Assistant Athletic Director at Brown. In 1992, LaPoint earned her master's degree in Exercise and Sport Studies at Smith. She is a native of Honesdale, Pennsylvania. 16 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS


FACILITIES In the early 1950's Father Robert J. Slavin felt in order for Providence College to be competitive in basketball, PC needed an on campus facility. Out of this belief came Alumni Hall, a 1.5 million dollar auditorium with a capacity of 2,620 which Opened: Fall 1955 became the home of the men's basketball team. After 29 years of playing at various locations throughout Rhode Island, the PC men's basketball team played its first game in Alumni Hall on December 3, 1955, beating rival Brown University, 77-55. The next 17 seasons saw the Friars post an impressive 179-27 (.869) record in Alumni Hall. In 1972, with the popularity of the men's program and the completion of the Providence Civic Center, the Friars played their last game in Alumni Hall in March, beating St. John's, 73-65. Alumni Hall became the practice facility for the men's team as they moved their home games to the Providence Civic Center - now known as the Dunkin' Donuts Center. Two years later, in 1974, Alumni Hall opened its doors to a new team - Providence College women's basketball. Since then, Alumni Hall has been a very special place for the Friar team. In their 37-year history, the Friars have compiled an incredible 287-167 record (0.632) at Alumni Hall, continuing the winning tradition that the men's program started. In addition to being the home of the Friars, Alumni Hall has hosted many tournaments, including the opening rounds of the National Invitational Tournament (NIT) and the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament. In March, 1993, Providence hosted the 11th BIG EAST Women's Basketball Championship. It was the second time in conference history that the Tournament was held at Alumni Hall. PC was host of the inaugural championship in 1983. During the 2010 season, the Friars hosted two WNIT games at Alumni Hall; vs. Old Dominion (2nd Round) and vs. Miami (Quarterfinals). FRIAR WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME The Postseason WNIT capped off an incredible season of women's AT ALUMNI HALL basketball at Alumni Hall, as the Friars posted an impressive 11-4 Alabama 1-0 Michigan State 0-2 record on their home court. PC's 11 victories are tied for the thirdAnnhurst 1-0 Minnesota 0-1 most at Alumni Hall in program history. Arkansas 0-1 Monmouth 2-0 In the spring of 2012, the College began a $3 million overhaul Arizona 0-1 Montana 1-0 Assumption 3-0 Montclair State 1-0 of the storied facility, which includes seats backs, new lighting, air Barrington 2-0 Navy 0-1 conditioning, video scoreboard and control room, media workBentley 4-0 New Hampshire 5-0 Boston College 15-8 North Carolina State 1-0 space, sound system and a host of other amenities. The renovation Boston University 9-1 Northeastern 10-0 project was completed in October. Bowling Green 1-0 Notre Dame 0-10

ALUMNI HALL MULLANEY GYMNASIUM

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS AT ALUMNI HALL 295-173 (.630) 1974-75 5-2 1975-76 7-1 1976-77 5-0 1977-78 12-1 1978-79 8-2 1979-80 9-4 1980-81 10-1 1981-82 9-4 1982-83 14-2 1983-84 9-1 1984-85 11-2 1985-86 11-2 1986-87 11-1 1987-88 10-3 1988-89 11-2 1989-90 12-1 1990-91 11-1 1991-92 9-4 1992-93 11-7

1993-94 7-5 1994-95 6-6 1995-96 6-8 1996-97 5-5 1997-98 6-6 1998-99 3-7 1999-00 5-5 2000-01 6-5 2001-02 9-3 2002-03 5-9 2003-04 2-11 2004-05 1-12 2005-06 4-9 2006-07 8-7 2007-08 6-9 2008-09 4-8 2009-10 11-4 2010-11 8-6 2011-12 8-6

Bridgewater State 1-0 Brigham Young 1-0 Brown 6-3 Bryant 2-0 Buffalo 1-0 Central Connecticut 3-0 Cheyney State 1-0 Cincinnati 2-2 Clemson 1-0 Colorado 1-0 Connecticut 11-12 C.W. Post 1-0 Dartmouth 3-0 Delaware 2-1 DePaul 2-2 Duke 0-2 Eastern Connecticut 1-0 Eastern Nazarene 1-0 Fairfield 4-0 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 Florida International 1-0 Fordham 3-1 Furman 1-0 George Mason 1-0 George Washington 1-0 Georgetown 14-9 Hartford 3-1 Harvard 5-2 Hofstra 1-1 Holy Cross 5-1 Iona 2-0 James Madison 0-1 Lamar 1-0 La Salle 0-1 Louisville 2-1 Maine 3-0 Manhattan 2-0 Marist 2-0 Marquette 1-2 Maryland 1-0 Massachusetts 4-4 Miami (Fla.) 4-8 Miami (Ohio) 1-0

Oakland 1-0 Ohio State 0-1 Old Dominion 1-0 Penn State 0-2 Pittsburgh 17-5 Princeton 1-0 Purdue 0-1 Queens 2-0 Quinnipiac 2-1 Rhode Island College 3-1 Rhode Island 15-4 Rutgers 1-11 Sacred Heart 0-1 Seton Hall 15-8 SE Massachusetts 1-1 Siena 2-0 Southern Connecticut 1-1 Southern Methodist 1-0 South Florida 1-2 Springfield 1-0 St. Bonaventure 1-0 St. John's 10-15 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 2-0 St. Mary's (Calif.) 0-1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 1-0 St. Peter's 2-0 Stanford 0-1 Stonehill 3-1 Stony Brook 0-1 SW Missouri State 0-1 Syracuse 18-6 Tennessee 0-1 Toledo 0-1 Troy 1-0 Vanderbilt 0-1 Vermont 1-1 Villanova 17-11 Virginia 0-1 Virginia Tech 1-2 Wagner 2-0 West Virginia 5-5 Yale 6-0

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FACILITIES Lennon Family Field is home to the Providence College field hockey and men's lacrosse team. This $6-million state-of-the-art facility is one of the top athletic complexes in the Northeast. Formerly known as the Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex, the faOpened: August 2005 cility opened its doors in August of 2005. Providence hosted the BIG EAST Field Hockey Championship semifinals and final in 2009 at the venue. In the fall of 2010, "the complex" was renovated to include a new watering system to accommodate the needs of the field hockey program. The renovations also include new fencing, safety netting and padding, which surrounds the field.

LENNON FAMILY FIELD

THE CONCANNON FITNESS CENTER RUANE ATRIUM Opened: August 2007

The Concannon Fitness Center is a $15-million facility, which opened in August of 2007. The Concannon Fitness Center is adjacent to the Friar Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex. It houses the Friars' Jimmy Walker Strength & Conditioning Center as well as offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. The multi-level facility also houses a wide variety of nautilus, cardiovascular and free-weight equipment, which is open to the student body. Memberships also are available to the local community, alumni, faculty and staff. The varsity weight room is designed for use by student-athletes only, and is located on the first floor. The majority of the strength and conditioning curriculum is conducted in the facility - in addition to the Astroturf field, the Peterson Recreation Center and Taylor Natatorium.

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FACILITIES Located in The Concannon Fitness Center, the varsity strength & conditioning facility is a 3,600 square foot area dedicated to the JIMMY WALKER Friars' 19 intercollegiate athletic teams. The facility houses over 10 STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CENTER tons of free weights, including dumb bells ranging from five to 150 Opened: August 2007 pounds and a full set of kettle bells. All hand weights, iron plates and bumper plate sets are engraved with one of the College's athletic logos. There are six Power Racks, each with an Olympic Weight-lifting platform. These training stations are extremely versatile and allow numerous athletes to perform a variety of exercises simultaneously. The facility also houses 'tools' such as stability balls, medicine balls, resistance bands, weighted vests, weighted jump ropes, plyometric jump boxes, dot drill mats, slide boards, lateral slant boards, lateral skaters, agility ladders, hurdles and numerous apparatuses to develop trunk strength and core stabilization. There also are two Woodway high performance treadmills that max out at 16.5 miles per hour.

CANAVAN SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER

Opened: Spring 2007; Completed: August 2008

The Canavan Sports Medicine Center opened during the 2007-08 academic year and became fully operational in August 2008. The center is the primary sports medicine facility for each of the College's 300+ student-athletes and its working space is roughly 4,000 square feet. This state-of-the-art facility includes nine treatment tables with assorted modality equipment, office space for the eight certified athletic trainers on staff. The space also provides two physician clinic offices, where primary care, orthopedic, chiropractic and podiatric physicians evaluate our student-athletes on a weekly basis. There also is a large rehabilitation/exercise area in the facility that houses a SwimEx rehab pool, one eight-person hot plunge pool and one eight-person cold plunge pool. In 2010, the department purchased an Alter-G treadmill, which will aid the staff in rehabilitation and training regimens. The Alter-G uses air pressure to help reduce the impact of body weight on the lower extremities.

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FACILITIES On January 20, 2007, the Providence College athletic department welcomed members of the late Helen Bert's family to celebrate the opening of the Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge, located on the second floor of Alumni Hall. Prior to the Friars' game Opened: January 2007; Completed: Winter 2009 against Marquette on that day, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony. Bert's family also was presented with a gift honoring the late Helen Bert during a halftime ceremony. The event was attended by friends, family, administrators and faculty, along with the presence of countless alumni. The Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge provides an area for all varsity student-athletes to study in a quiet setting. During the 2008-09 academic year, the lounge was renovated and expanded. It houses seven computer work stations, one print station and a seating area for group projects and meetings. The newly renovated lounge also provides office space for staff members from the Office of Academic Services.

HELEN BERT STUDENT-ATHLETE LOUNGE

PETERSON RECREATION CENTER

TAYLOR NATATORIUM

The Peterson Recreation Center is located adjacent to Alumni Hall and is connected to The Concannon Fitness Center. The facility includes a fourlane indoor track, four regulation length basketball courts and two indoor tennis courts. The Peterson Recreation Center also houses a dance/workout studio and racquetball courts. The facility serves as a home for many of the recreational activities sponsored by the College and to a series of summer camps and College functions.

Taylor Natatorium is located in the Peterson Recreation Center adjacent to Alumni Hall. Taylor Natatorium is home to the Providence College men's and women's swimming & diving programs. The vast majority of Providence's 19 varsity athletic programs also use the facility for strength & conditioning workouts.

Renovated: 2007-08

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FACILITIES The Dunkin' Donuts Center became a reality on November 3, 1972 when the Rhode Island Reds played Tidewater in an American Hockey League contest. Since that time, millions of sports, music and trade fans have walked through the turnstiles in what many consider to be one of the finest civic centers in the country. The Dunkin' Donuts Center serves as the home court of the Providence College men's basketball team. The women's basketball program has played 21 games all-time at the Dunkin' Donuts Center and has posted a 10-11 record. The program played its first game at the "Dunk" on on March 3, 1975 against SE Massachusetts. PC's first win at the Dunkin' Donuts Center came the following season against Worcester State on January 22, 1977. PC defeated Worcester State on that day, 67-60. The Dunkin' Donuts Center has seen the world's top entertainment acts visit Providence: The Boston Pops, Lawrence Welk, Ice Capades, Barnum and Bailey Circus, Moscow Circus, Ringling Brothers Circus, ABC Wide World of Sports, World Heavyweight Boxing, Harlem Globetrotters, Disney on Ice, Elvis Presley, Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra, Julio Iglesias, Elton John, Whitney Houston, Gloria Estefan, Bobby Brown, Kenny Rogers, Van Halen, Aerosmith, The Bee Gees, Lionel Richie, Neil Diamond, Fleetwood Mac, Diana Ross, U2, Britney Spears and Bruce Springsteen to name a few of the hundreds of entertainers and acts that have played at the Dunkin' Donuts Center. Providence College hosted the 2010 NCAA Men's Basketball First and Second Rounds at the Dunkin' Donuts Center last March. It now serves as the home of the Providence Bruins, the AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins. In the spring of 2006, the facility began extensive renovations that were completed in the fall of 2008. The Dunkin’ Donuts Center continues to be one of the nation’s premier complexes, seating almost 13,000 fans. The $80 million project enhanced almost every aspect of the arena and included luxury boxes, new seats, a new video scoreboard and sound system, new concession stands, new locker rooms and a new weight training and fitness area. The renovations ensure that the Friars will continue to play in one of the top college basketball facilities in the country.

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FACILITIES

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COMPLEX & LOCKER ROOM

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The women's basketball complex houses coaches' offices, a lounge and video room for film breakdown and editing. The video room is the latest addition to the complex in an effort to provide the women's basketball staff and it's student-athletes with the most recent video technology. It also provides a private area for the team to meet on a daily basis. The coaches' offices were renovated during the summer of 2011, while the locker room has been renovated several times over the course of the last few years. Most recently, the women's basketball suite was outfitted with new design concepts, which were developed by an Ohio-based firm called Ze Design. The design elements were installed in November.


HEAD COACH - SUSAN ROBINSON FRUCHTL

SUSAN ROBINSON FRUCHTL HEAD COACH 1st SEASON ALMA MATER • PENN STATE '92

Susan Robinson Fruchtl was named the ninth women's basketball coach in program history at Providence College on April 9, 2012. Robinson Fruchtl comes to Providence College after spending the last five seasons at Saint Francis University (Pa.) from 2007-12. She guided the Red Flash to threeconsecutive Northeast Conference Championship Games, captured two conference titles and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2010 and 2011. She garnered Northeast Conference Coach of the Year honors at the completion of the 2011 campaign after leadSusan Robinson Fruchtl was named the ninth women's basketball coach in proing Saint Francis to a 22-11 overall record and a 14-4 mark gram history on April 9, 2012. in the NEC. That same year, the Red Flash won the NEC regular-season title and the tournament title. The team's 22 victories in 2011 are tied for third-most in program history. During Robinson Fruchtl's tenure, a member of the Red Flash earned All-NEC honors six times and two others were selected to the NEC All-Rookie Team. Robinson Fruchtl spent eight seasons as an assistant coach at Penn State University (1993-98, 2004-07). The 1992 Penn State graduate helped guide her alma mater to a 161-83 record (.660) during her eight seasons on the sidelines, including four, 20-win seasons. A former All-America selection and Penn State's only recipient of the Wade Trophy, which is presented annually to the best women's college basketball player in NCAA Division I, Robinson Fruchtl rejoined the Penn State staff in May of 2004 after serving as an assistant from 1993 to 1998. During her time at Penn State, she worked primarily with post players and assisted with the recruitment of student-athletes. It was under her guidance that former Nittany Lion Amanda Brown became a third-round selection in the 2007 WNBA draft by the Los Angeles Sparks. After leaving Penn State in 1998, Robinson Fruchtl enrolled at Slippery Rock University to pursue her Master's degree in secondary guidance. During that time she served as a volunteer assistant from 1998-2000 for the North Allegheny girls' basketball team. Robinson Fruchtl also has a Master's in higher education, which she earned from PSU in 1998.

Susan Robinson Fruchtl and several current student-athletes visited Robert F. Kennedy School on May 31 to honor the winner of the 2012 National Grid Foundation Hoops for the Stars Essay Contest.

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Coach Kay McDonald Tim Gilbride Joe Mullaney, Jr. Lynn Sheedy Bob Foley Jim Jabir Susan Yow Phil Seymore Totals

ALL-TIME COACHES RECORDS Years Gms W L Pct. 1974-76 (2) 32 25 7 0.781 1976-80 (4) 109 82 27 0.752 1980-83 (3) 93 66 27 0.710 1983-85 (2) 54 33 21 0.611 1985-96 (11) 333 206 127 0.618 1996-02 (6) 164 62 102 0.378 2002-05 (3) 82 14 68 0.170 2005-12 (7) 208 88 120 0.423 1974-2012 (38) 1,075 576 499 0.536


HEAD COACH - SUSAN ROBINSON FRUCHTL A QUICK LOOK AT SUSAN ROBINSON FRUCHTL

COACHING EXPERIENCE Providence College, Head Coach.......................................................................Hired April 9, 2012 Saint Francis University (Pa.), Head Coach...........................................................................2007-12 Penn State University, Assistant Coach.................................................................................2004-07 Beaver Area High School, Head Coach.................................................................................2000-04 North Allegheny High School, Volunteer Assistant Coach............................................1998-00 Penn State University, Assistant Coach.................................................................................1993-98

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Dia-ichi Kangyo Bank (DKB), Japan Professional League.....................................................1992 U.S. Junior National Team................................................................................................................1990 Penn State University..................................................................................................................1988-92 Doddridge County High School (W. Va.)..............................................................................1984-88

COACHING HONORS & HIGHLIGHTS Northeast Conference Coach of the Year...................................................................................2011 NCAA Tournament Appearances...................................................................................... 2010, 2011 Northeast Conference Tournament Champions......................................................... 2010, 2011 Northeast Conference Regular-Season Champions..............................................................2011 Northeast Conference Championship Game Appearances........................ 2009, 2010, 2011

PLAYING HONORS & HIGHLIGHTS Top-20 All-Time Great Penn State Athletes...............................................................................2010 Wade Trophy Winner.........................................................................................................................1992 KODAK First-Team All-American....................................................................................................1992 GTE/CoSida First-Team Academic All-American......................................................................1992 NCAA Top-Six Award.........................................................................................................................1992

EDUCATION Master's Degree • Secondary Guidance • Slippery Rock University..................................2000 Master's Degree • Higher Education • Penn State University..............................................1998 Bachelor's Degree • Exercise & Sports Science • Penn State University...........................1992

Susan Robinson Fruchtl (right) is Penn State's only Wade Trophy Winner as the National Player of the Year (1992). She finished her career at Penn State with 2,253 points and 1,070 rebounds and currently ranks second all-time at Penn State in each category.

In June of 2000, she took over as the head girls' basketball coach at Beaver Area High School, where she also worked as one of the school's guidance counselors. She helped revive the basketball program, and led the Cats to the PIAA Class AAA Playoffs in each of her final two seasons. Then known as Susan Robinson, she graduated from Penn State with a B.S. in exercise and sports science in 1992 and was married to Tony Fruchtl in 1997. Robinson Fruchtl is one of only two players in Penn State history to accumulate 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds, and was the program's all-time leading scorer with 2,253 points until she was passed by Kelly Mazzante in 2004. In 1992, the same season she won the Wade Trophy, she was named a consensus All-American and earned GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America honors. As a rookie in 1989, she was Susan and her husband, Tony, were married in 1997. named Atlantic 10 Freshman of the Year. Twice she was named to the All-Atlantic 10 Conference team, and in 1991, she was tabbed Player of the Year. The Center Point, West Virginia native served as captain of the 1990-91 PSU squad that compiled a 29-2 record and a No. 1 National ranking in the final AP poll of the regular season. In 1990, Robinson Fruchtl was a member of the Junior National Team, and also played for the U.S. Select team that toured Europe. Following her collegiate career she played professionally for one season in Japan. Susan with her assistant coaches: Dan Durkin, Kristeena Alexander and Dario PERSONAL Full Name: ................................................................................................Susan Kay Robinson Fruchtl Born: ..........................................................................................................................December 13, 1969 Hometown: .................................................................................................................Clarksburg, W. Va.

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ASSISTANT COACH - DAN DURKIN

DAN DURKIN

ASSISTANT COACH 1st SEASON ALMA MATER • MOUNT ST. MARY'S '75 Dan Durkin joined the staff as an assistant coach on April 18, 2012 and will begin his first season on the sidelines during the 2012-13 season. Durkin spent the last four seasons as an assistant coach at Temple University (2008-12). While at Temple, Durkin and the Owls enjoyed four, 20+ win seasons, three NCAA Tournament appearances (2008-11) and a trip to the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) Round of 16 in 2012. Prior to his arrival at Temple, Durkin spent 14 years (1993-2007) as the head coach at Duquesne University, helping the Dukes to University marks for most wins in a season, most conference wins and the school's highest seed in the Atlantic 10 Tournament. Recipient of A-10 Coach of the Year honors in 1998, Durkin produced two WNBA draft picks in Korie Hlede and Candice Futrell. Hlede was Duquesne's first-ever All-American, garnering four Kodak District II honors and one Kodak National All-America Honorable Mention Award. She spent two seasons as an Dan Durkin comes to Providence by way of Temple assistant coach with the Detroit Shock after finishing her professional playing University, where he helped lead the Owls to four, 20+ win seasons, three NCAA Tournament appearances career. Duquesne also excelled in the classroom during Durkin's tenure, postand a trip to the WNIT Round of 16. He also was the ing the highest Division I team GPA in 1998 and 1999, as announced by the head coach at Duquesne University (1993-97) and an WBCA. Individually, six Dukes were named to either the CoSIDA National or assistant coach at Penn State (1986-94). District 2 Academic team a total of 12 times, while they were lauded as A-10 Academic All-Conference selections a total of 11 times. Durkin's connection to Robinson Fruchtl dates back to his time as an assistant coach at Penn State (1986-94). During this time, Penn State assembled a 181-64 record, made seven NCAA post-season tournament appearances and twice advanced to the Sweet 16. They were consistently ranked among the top-20 nationally and within the top-10 on numerous occasions throughout his appointment. Durkin served as Robinson Fruchtl's position coach when she played for the Nittany Lions from 1988-92, and aided in her development as one of the elite front court players in the country. In 1992, she was named a consensus All-American and Wade Trophy winner. Durkin served as Penn State's recruiting coordinator during the last six years of his tenure. Durkin began coaching at the collegiate level in 1985 as assistant women's basketball coach at New Mexico State. From 1980-84, Durkin lived in Northern Ireland where he headed Team Corona in Belfast. Corona was a Division I men's professional team in the Irish National League. Durkin's squads posted a 105-33 record and claimed three national titles under his tutelage. He also headed the girl's U-17 National Team during the 1983-84 slate. A 1975 graduate of Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Md., Durkin earned a bachelor's degree in psychology. Upon his graduation, he worked at Bishop McDevitt High School in Wyncote, Pa., and assisted with the boys' freshman and varsity basketball teams. He and his wife, the former Bernadette McCann, a native of Northern Ireland, were married in Belfast in 1985 and have two daughters, Diane and Keara. Dan with his wife, Bernadette, and two daughters, Diane and Keara. 26 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS


ASSISTANT COACH - KRISTEENA ALEXANDER

KRISTEENA ALEXANDER ASSISTANT COACH 1st SEASON ALMA MATER • GEORGE WASHINGTON '00

Kristeena Alexander will serve as the recruiting coordinator for the Providence College women's basketball program. She has held similar positions at UNC Greensboro (2011-12), George Washington (2008-11) and Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania (2007-08). She was a two-time All-Atlantic 10 selection at George Washington as a player and earned the league's Sixth Player of the Year in 2000. Alexander played professionally for the Washington Mystics in 2003.

Kristeena Alexander joined the Providence College women's basketball staff as an assistant coach on April 18, 2012. She embarks on her first season with the Friars during the 2012-13 campaign. Alexander comes to Providence after one season as an assistant at UNC Greensboro (2011-12). Prior to her stint at UNCG, Alexander was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at George Washington University for three seasons (2008-11). During her time with the Colonials, she was instrumental in the recruitment of two classes that were ranked among the top-50 in the nation by ESPN HoopGurlz in 2009 and 2010. Alexander was a member of Robinson Fruchtl's staff at Saint Francis (Pa.) during the 2007-08 campaign. That year, she served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Red Flash. She assisted with the recruitment of two student-athletes who went on to earn All-Northeast Conference honors, including Samantha Leach, who was named NEC Player of the Year in 2011. Alexander attended George Mason as a freshman (1996-97) and earned Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year honors, but finished her undergraduate degree and playing career at George Washington University (199700). She earned her bachelor's degree in human services from GWU in 2000. During her three seasons playing for the Colonials, Alexander was a two-time All-Atlantic 10 selection and was named the league's Sixth Player of the Year in 2000. She also helped guide George Washington to consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances in 2000 and 2001. Alexander played for the Washington Mystics of the WNBA in 2003. She also played professionally in Denmark prior to beginning her coaching career. In 2010, Alexander completed the Black Coaches & Administrators' Achieving Coaching Excellence program. She also is a member of the BCA and the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.

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ASSISTANT COACH - DARIO HERNANDEZ

DARIO HERNANDEZ ASSISTANT COACH 1st SEASON ALMA MATER • SHAW UNIVERSITY '10

Dario Hernandez embarks on his first season as an assistant coach at Providence College, under the direction of Susan Robinson Fruchtl. Hernanadez comes to Providence College after one season as an assistant coach under Robinson Fruchtl at Saint Francis (Pa.) during the 2011-12 campaign. During his tenure with Saint Francis, Hernandez was responsible for point guard development, and coordinated the program's coaching clinic and team Dario Hernandez joins the Providence College women's basketball staff as an assistant coach after spending one season on camp. Additionally, he asSusan Robinson Fruchtl's staff at Saint Francis University (2011-12). He was responsible for point guard development and sisted with the scout team assisted with the scout team and recruiting. Hernandez also served as an assistant coach at Adelphi University (2010-11). and recruiting. Hernandez also spent one season as an assistant coach of the women's basketball team at Adelphi University in Garden City, N.Y. While with the Panthers, he was very active with the program's recruiting and scouting. Hernandez received his bachelor's degree in recreation from Shaw University, where he also served as a student manager for the men's basketball team. As a manager, he assisted with individual workouts and player development, filmed games for the coaching staff, was solely responsible for perimeter player development and tutored players in a number of subjects. Hernandez also served as a coach and counselor at several basketball camps, including Coach K's Duke Basketball Camp and Gary Williams' Basketball Camp. In addition to his coaching experience, Hernandez played one season for Schenectady County Community College and Southern Vermont College. A native of Corona, N.Y., Hernandez worked at Big Apple Basketball in New York where he served as a coach, administrative assistant and an academic coordinator. He handled administrative duties and statistics for all summer league games, assisted with individual workouts and recruiting, managed players strength and conditioning workouts in the off-season and monitored academic grade reports.

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SUPPORT STAFF JEN WASSON Director of Women's Basketball Admin. 1st Season Alma Mater • University of Mobile '94 Jen Wasson will begin her first season with the Providence College women's basketball program during the 201213 season as the Director of Women's Basketball Administration. Wasson comes to Providence after spending the last three seasons as an assistant coach at Troy University in Alabama. Prior to her three-year stint at Troy, Wasson was an assistant coach at University of Pennsylvania under former Georgetown Head Coach Patrick Knapp (2004-09). Under Knapp, Wasson provided game preparation for the team, scouted upcoming opponents and worked with student-athletes in individual preparation. She also served as the team's recruiting coordinator and equipment manager. Prior to her time at Penn, Wasson worked the sidelines at Georgetown for one season (2003-04). Before her tenure at Georgetown, she served as the assistant coach at the University of Alabama-Birmingham from 1997 until 2004. During that time the Blazers advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2001 Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) and were the 2000 Conference-USA runner-up, making an appearance in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. During her time with UAB, the program produced eight allconference performers, three Conference Freshmen of the Year winners and a two-time Conference-USA Player of the Year. In 2002-03, Wasson assisted in signing one of the Top-40 recruiting classes in the nation, according to the All-Star Girls' Report. In 1997, Wasson assisted in signing UAB's second recruiting class, which was ranked in the Top-40 by Blue Star Index and AllStar Girls' Report. Since then, each recruiting class has followed suit. In 1998, she signed Deanna Jackson, UAB's first-ever WNBA draft selection and followed in 1999 with C-USA Freshman of the Year, Michelle Smith. Then in 2000, Natasha Thomas received All-Freshman Team honors. Prior to joining the UAB staff, Wasson served as an assistant with the University of South Florida in 1996 and an administrative assistant with the University of South Alabama (1995) and Western Kentucky University (1994). While she was on the WKU staff, the Hilltoppers won the 1994 Sun Belt Conference championship and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. She began her coaching career in 1993 as an assistant coach with Faulkner State University and helped lead the women's basketball team to the 1993 Alabama State Championship and an appearance in the National Junior Community College (NJCCA) National Tournament. Wasson earned a bachelor's degree in marketing in 1994 from the University of Mobile, while also earning a minor in physical education. She earned her master's in physical education from Western Kentucky in 1998, concentrating on recreation.

LYNNE-ANN KOKOSKI Coordinator of Basketball Operations 1st Season Alma Mater • Bryant University '08 Lynne-Ann Kokoski joins the Friars as Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations after spending the last three seasons as an assistant coach at nearby Bryant University. She has helped guide the Bulldogs to 37 victories during her three seasons on the Bryant coaching staff, while the Bulldogs continued their transition into NCAA Division I. Bryant made the jump from NCAA Division II status, where it competed in the Northeast 10 Conference. Prior to joining the basketball coaching staff, Kokoski served as the Director of Marketing and Promotions at Bryant, handling all aspects of athletics marketing including game-day promotions and ticket sales and was also responsible for generating and cultivating relationships with our corporate sponsors. Kokoski graduated magna cum laude from Bryant University in 2008. She was a four-year member of the women's basketball team from 2004-08. The heart of the Bulldogs, Kokoski was a solo captain her senior year, she led the team to a 20 win season, the NE-10 Conference Championship and the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Kokoski was also the recipient of the Omar Shareef Spirit Award. In the Bryant record books, the former point guard sits at No. 3 in all-time assists (385) and No.6 in steals (161). She has played 2811 total minutes for the Bulldogs (No. 5) and her 236 made free throws are sixth all-time. Kokoski also owns several single-season records. She is tops in assists (213) and minutes played (1,150) and is No. 4 in steals (72). A Hatfield, Mass. native, Kokoski graduated with a degree in marketing and earned her masters degree in business administration from Bryant in 2010.

Jen Wasson

Lynne-Ann Kokoski

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SUPPORT STAFF MICHAEL MOTTA Graduate Assistant 2nd Season Michael Motta, a 2011 graduate of Old Dominion, is the Friars' graduate assistant. Motta served as the Monarch's team manager during each of his four years at ODU (2007-11), and was elevated to head team manager in 2009. He also served as a student assistant from January 2011, as part of an internship. As part of his duties at ODU, Motta handled film exchange, practice and game day operations for home and away games and helped with team travel. He also oversaw the student managerial staff, collaborated with the coaching staff in all facets of the women's basketball program. Motta earned a bachelor of science in physical education, with a major in sport management and a minor in marketing. He also served as vice president of the Sports Management Association and was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. Motta is a native of Wethersfield, Conn., and is pursuing a master's degree in counseling. KAITLYN O'MALLEY Academic Life Skills Coordinator 3rd Season Kaitlyn O'Malley begins her third year at Providence as a member of the Office of Academic Services. O'Malley currently serves as the Academic Life Skills Coordinator for Student-Athletes and works directly with the women's basketball program. She also is the point of contact for several other teams, and is the co-advisor for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. O'Malley is a 2004 graduate of Stonehill College, where she played four seasons of basketball. She earned a bachelor of arts degree from Stonehill in sociology, and earned a master's degree in counseling in 2010 from the University of Massachusetts-Boston. 2012-13 TEAM MANAGERS

Steve Kogut

Marco Aurelien

Shannon Tully

Rilwan Ilumoka

Kristen Baratta

Terence Rooney

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KRISTEN DUHAMEL Assistant Athletic Trainer 11th Season Kristen Duhamel is embarking on her 11th season as a member of the Providence College sports medicine staff, and seventh season as the primary athletic trainer for women's basketball. Duhamel began her tenure at Providence in 2002 as a graduate assistant athletic trainer. In 2004, she was elevated to full-time status and named assistant athletic trainer. Having initially worked with the field hockey and women's ice hockey programs, Duhamel now works with the cross country track teams and the women's basketball program. A native of Woonsocket, R.I., Duhamel graduated from Northeastern University in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in athletic training. She worked as a student athletic trainer at various schools including MIT, Harvard, Northeastern, Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School. Duhamel also was employed parttime as an athletic trainer at Northeastern from 2001-2002 and worked with the women's volleyball team. Duhamel obtained her Certified Strength and Conditioning Certification in July 2002 and completed her work toward a master's of education in guidance and counselor education at Providence in May of 2004. She and her husband, Ed, currently resides in Cumberland, R.I. KENNETH WHITE Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 10th Season Kenneth White was hired on July 18, 2003 as Providence's head strength and conditioning coach. White handles all the strength and conditioning requirements of the College’s 19 varsity athletic teams. Prior to his arrival on the Providence College campus, he served as the strength and conditioning coach at Stony Brook. In addition to Stony Brook, White was the strength and conditioning coach at St. Bonaventure from 1997-99 and served as a graduate assistant at Columbia for two years. At Stony Brook, he was appointed as the first strength and conditioning coach in the program’s history. White was responsible for the design and implementation of training programs for all 20 of Stony Brook’s varsity sports. White received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont in 1992 and later earned a master’s degree in 1999 from Columbia University. He was a standout basketball player at Vermont, lettering all four years and leading the North Atlantic Conference in assist-to-turnover ratio for three years. In 114 career games, he recorded a school-record 565 assists and ranks among the Vermont career leaders in three-point field goals (fifth-181) and steals (fourth-146). For his efforts on the court, White was elected to the Catamount Hall of Fame on October 4, 2002. White is a certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He also has a Club Coach/Olympic Weightlifting Certification from USA Weightlifting.


SUPPORT STAFF

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE SENIOR STAFF Back Row (l-r): Steve Napolillo, Marcus Blossom, John Egan, Nick Reggio, Carl LaBranche, John Rock. Front Row (l-r): Arthur Parks, Jill LaPoint, Bob Driscoll, Pam Hartley, Joe Nicastro.

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF

Michele Zielinski Assistant Athletic Trainer

Bryn VanPatten Assistant Athletic Trainer

Bernard Walls Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kristen Duhamel Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jilleyan Hoffman Assistant Athletic Trainer

Tanya Quaresma Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Laturnau Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Jennifer Rynearson Sports Information Director

Dan Colleran Senior Assistant Director Media Relations

Katie Moore Director of Marketing

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SUPPORT STAFF

Jennifer Friedman Graduate Assistant Athletic Communications

Allison Wigand Graduate Assistant Athletic Communications

Teddy Kinneen Graduate Assistant Communications/Marketing

Rachel Anderson Graduate Assistant Athletic Communications

Jason Schrank Graduate Assistant Communications/Marketing

Kenneth White Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Natalie LaSalle Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Nikki Gnozzio Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

Lola Wells Graduate Assistant Facilities

Chris Torello Graduate Assistant Facilities

Mike Higgins Equipment Manager

Christine Flannery Ticket Manager

Andrew Schoepfer Assistant Ticket Manager

Matthew Cline Graduate Assistant Ticket Office

Laura Veharanta Graduate Assistant Ticket Office

Kevin Connolly Assistant Director Friar Athletic Fund

Jennifer Cunningham Assistant Friar Athletic Fund

Julie Ruggieri Graduate Assistant Friar Athletic Fund

Jaime Lipski Graduate Assistant Athletic Department

Amanda Murphy Graduate Assistant Communications/Video Services

Chris Judge Videoboard Operation

Rev. Thomas Ertle, O.P. Athletic Department Chaplain

Rev. John Vidmar, O.P. Faculty Athletic Representative

Rev. James Cuddy, O.P. Chaplain

Chris Fama Audio Broadcaster

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#12 • SYMONE ROBERTS

SYMONE ROBERTS #12 SENIOR • GUARD • 5-7 NEW BRITAIN HIGH SCHOOL NEW BRITAIN, CONNECTICUT

2011-2012: Played 28 of the Friars’ 30 games and appeared in the starting line-up nine times... Averaged 8.2 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.9 steals per game... Matched her career high in scoring with 18 points against Hartford on December 31... Hauled in a season-high eight rebounds against Villanova (2/4)... Collected a career-high five steals against Boston University (11/11), Harvard (11/18) and #15/14 Georgetown (2/18)... She recorded five steals in a game three other times during her career... Dished a seasonbest six assists against Harvard (11/18)... Has handed out 5+ assists in three games...Recorded eight double-digit scoring games on the year, including four of the last six games...Five of her eight double-digit scoring games were against BIG EAST opponents. 2010-2011: Played in 26 of the Friars’ 29 games and appeared in the starting line-up 22 times... Came off the bench in Providence’s season opener to play 31 minutes... Netted seven points and grabbed two rebounds... Also dished a game-high seven assists, which was one away from tying her career high (eight)....Matched her career high in steals (five) in two games vs. Georgetown (1/15) and Rhode Island (11/17)...Netted a career-high 18 points against Hartford (11/20), Hofstra (11/22), Arizona State (11/26) and Yale... Scored 12 of her game-high 14 points in the second half during a victory (58-55) over Seton Hall on February 6...Hit for double figures in the scoring column 10 times on the season and has done so 14 times during her career (59 games)... Matched her career high of nine rebounds against Villanova on February 9... Registered a career-best two blocked shots against Pitt (2/15) and Villanova (3/4)... Averaged 9.3 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.2 steals per game... Named to Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament Team. 2009-2010: Appeared in 33 of the Friars’ 34 games and was a member of the starting line-up 18 times...Reached double figures in the scoring column four times...Scored 16 points in her collegiate debut with the Friars againstBrown on November 13...Recorded a season-high nine rebounds against Villanova on March 1...On November 15, came off the bench to record 11 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals against Saint Joseph’s... Dished a season-high eight assists against Syracuse in the second round of the BIG EAST Tournament on March 6...Recorded a season-high five steals against Villanova on January 6, including two steals late in the second halfo help the Friars pull away for a 52-38 victory... Averaged 4.9 points, 2.9 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.4 steals per game. AT NEW BRITAIN HIGH SCHOOL: 2009 Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year... New Haven Register All-Star MVP; Hartford Courant Player of the Year; 2008 & 2009 New Britain Herald Winter Athlete of the Year; 2007 & 2009 CHSCA Player of the Year; 2007, 2008 & 2009 CHSCA All-State; 2007 & 2008 Sporting tNews AllAmerican Honorable Mention; 2006 Street & Smith All-American Honorable Mention; 2007 Class LL Championship MVP...Averaged 22.6 points, 4.6 steals, 3.9 assists and 4.3 rebounds in her career at New Britain High...During the 2008-09 season, averaged 27.1 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 steals per game...Scored 2,374 career points and ranks No. 4 all-time in scoring in the State of Connecticut. Only 2,000 point scorer in New Britain High School history (boys or girls)...Surpasses career scoring total of former UConn great Nykeisha Sales...Led team to two State titles; Played in the championship game 3 of 4 years. PERSONAL: Daughter of Kim and James Manzie...Born November 10, 1991... Has one brother, Jalen Manzie...Majoring in sociology.

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2011-12 Providence Basketball Providence Individual Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2012) All games

#12 • SYMONE ROBERTS

ROBERTS, Symone GAME-BY-GAME SYMONE ROBERTS #12 • 2011-2012 Opponent

at Boston University VIRGINIA at Rhode Island HARVARD vs Fairfield at Brown VILLANOVA at Massachusetts #19/23 DELAWARE CLEMSON at Akron HARTFORD at St. John's #20/18 DEPAUL at #3/3 Connecticut WEST VIRGINIA at #18/15 Louisville at Marquette PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE at Villanova CINCINNATI SETON HALL at #4/4 Notre Dame at #15/14 Georgetown #24/20 RUTGERS at USF vs Syracuse Totals Games played: 28 Minutes/game: 29.0 Points/game: 8.2 FG Pct: 34.4 3FG Pct: 14.3 FT Pct: 81.4

Date

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/16/11 11/18/11 12/3/11 12/4/11 12/7/11 12/09/11 12/19/11 12/22/11 12/28/11 12/31/11 1/4/12 1/7/12 1/10/12 1/14/12 01/18/12 1/21/12 1/28/12 1/31/12 02/04/12 2/7/12 2/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 2/25/12 2/27/12 3/2/12

gs

* *

* * *

*

*

* * 9

min

30 33 33 32 22 35 33 23 17 27 23 29 29 28 27 26 26 27 24 27 36 31 30 29 28 27 44 36 812

Total fg-fga

2-9 4-10 3-6 7-12 4-7 5-12 4-14 1-10 0-4 2-8 2-8 5-10 3-8 3-7 1-6 2-10 3-12 3-9 2-9 4-10 2-8 3-8 3-8 6-10 2-6 3-7 4-13 4-12 87-253

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.222 .400 .500 .583 .571 .417 .286 .100 .000 .250 .250 .500 .375 .429 .167 .200 .250 .333 .222 .400 .250 .375 .375 .600 .333 .429 .308 .333 .344

0-2 2-6 0-0 0-1 1-1 1-3 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-5 0-2 7-49

.000 .333 .000 .000 1.000 .333 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .200 .000 .143

Free throws ft-fta pct

2-2 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-3 8-8 0-0 7-7 0-0 0-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 6-7 0-0 4-5 0-0 6-8 4-4 48-59

1.000 .000 .600 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .857 .000 .800 .000 .750 1.000 .814

off

0 4 2 1 1 4 1 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 1 3 0 34

Rebounds def tot

3 2 4 1 1 1 3 2 0 2 2 1 2 3 1 3 1 0 1 1 6 1 1 1 2 2 4 5 56

3 6 6 2 2 5 4 3 0 4 2 2 4 3 2 4 2 2 1 1 8 3 1 1 4 3 7 5 90

avg

pf

a t/o blk stl

3.0 2 5 3 4.5 1 1 1 5.0 2 2 0 4.3 2 6 1 3.8 0 2 1 4.0 5 0 1 4.0 1 2 1 3.9 1 3 0 3.4 1 1 0 3.5 1 3 1 3.4 2 5 1 3.3 1 0 1 3.3 0 2 0 3.3 1 1 4 3.2 2 1 2 3.3 0 1 0 3.2 1 1 0 3.1 1 3 1 3.0 1 4 1 2.9 0 1 2 3.1 0 4 1 3.1 0 2 1 3.0 3 2 0 3.0 3 1 6 3.0 2 0 0 3.0 2 1 0 3.1 2 2 1 3.2 2 4 1 3.2 39 60 31

Rebounds/game: 3.2 Assists/game: 2.1 Turnovers/game: 1.1 Assist/turnover ratio: 1.9 Steals/game: 1.9 Blocks/game: 0.3

ROBERTS’ CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/S FG-FGA PCT 3G-3GA PCT FT-FTA 2009-10 33/18 58-151 0.384 10-45 0.222 35-53 2010-11 26/23 94-248 0.379 17-61 0.279 38-63 2011-12 28/9 87-253 0.344 7-49 0.143 48-59 TOTAL 87/50 239-652 0.367 34-155 0.219 121-175

pts

0 5 6 0 2 10 0 0 9 1 5 14 0 0 9 0 2 11 0 1 8 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 6 1 0 6 0 1 18 0 2 6 1 2 13 0 2 2 2 1 4 0 3 6 0 3 8 0 0 5 0 1 9 0 2 4 0 0 6 0 2 12 0 2 12 0 5 9 0 2 6 1 4 15 0 1 12 8 52 229

avg

6.0 8.0 8.3 9.8 9.6 9.8 9.6 8.8 7.8 7.6 7.5 8.3 8.2 8.5 8.1 7.8 7.7 7.7 7.6 7.7 7.5 7.4 7.6 7.8 7.8 7.8 8.0 8.2 8.2

#12 ROBERTS' CAREER HIGHS

Points 18 .....................vs. Hartford (12/31/11) ...................................... vs. Yale (12/1/10) ................. vs. Arizona State (11/26/10) ............................. vs. Hofstra (11/22/10) ............................ at Hartford (11/20/10) Rebounds 9 ............................vs. Villanova (2/9/11) ................................at Villanova (3/1/10) Assists 8 ............................ vs. Syracuse (3/6/10) Steals 5 ................... at Georgetown (2/18/12) ............................vs. Harvard (11/18/11) ..........at Boston University (11/11/11) ..................... vs. Georgetown (1/15/11) ..................vs. Rhode Island (11/17/10) ...............................vs. Villanova (1/6/10) Blocked Shots 2 ..................vs. West Virginia (1/14/12) ...............................vs. Villanova (3/4/11) ...........................at Pittsburgh (2/15/11)

PCT OFF DEF TOT AVE PF/DQ AS TO BK ST 0.660 33 62 95 2.9 41/1 75 34 2 46 0.603 29 69 98 3.8 39/0 81 52 9 57 0.814 34 56 90 3.2 39/1 60 31 8 52 0.691 96 187 283 3.3 119/2 216 117 19 155

PTS AVG 161 4.9 243 9.3 229 8.2 633 7.3

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#33 • BRIANNA EDWARDS

BRIANNA EDWARDS #33 SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 NORTH COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 2011-2012: Played in each of the Friars’ 30 games and appeared in the starting lineup four times... Averaged 2.4 points and 2.7 rebounds per game... Tallied a seasonhigh 10 points in the Friars’ victory over Fairfield on December 3 and during a win over Akron on December 28... Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds against #20/18 DePaul on January 7... Matched her career high with two steals against Clemson on December 22... Dished a career-best two assists against West Virginia on January 14 and Marquette on January 21...49 of her 81 rebounds on the season came off the offensive glass...Finished the season ranked third on the team in offensive rebounding. 2010-2011: Played in each of Providence’s 29 games on the season appearing in the starting line-up four times... made her first career appearance in the starting line-up against Oakland University on December 22...Recorded career highs in points (11) and rebounds (seven) against Hofstra on November 22... Of her 59 rebounds on the year, 35 came off of the offensive glass... Collected a career-best two steals at #16/23 DePaul on January 5... Averaged 2.9 points and 2.0 rebounds per game. 2009-2010: Appeared in 12 games... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds and added four points against Brown on November 13 in her collegiate debut... Her seven boards were tops among her teammates vs. Brown... Averaged 0.3 points and 1.1 rebounds per game. AT NORTH COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 21.4 points and 10.1 rebounds per game as a senior during the 2008-09 season...All-State Second-Team selection; All-Metro Second Team selection; 2009 All-Tournament Team selection...Led team to State Championship Game and finished as runner-up in 2005 and 2009...Shot 85% from the field as a senior...Captained the women’s basketball team as a junior and senior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Michelle and Eugene Ross...Born August 10, 1991... Has two brothers, Stephen and Romain, and one sister, Destiny...Social science major.

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2011-12 Providence Basketball Providence Individual Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2012) All games

#33 • BRIANNA EDWARDS

Brianna BRIANNA EDWARDS#33• EDWARDS, 2011-2012 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent

at Boston University VIRGINIA at Rhode Island HARVARD at Oakland University DARTMOUTH vs Fairfield at Brown VILLANOVA at Massachusetts #19/23 DELAWARE CLEMSON at Akron HARTFORD at St. John's #20/18 DEPAUL at #3/3 Connecticut WEST VIRGINIA at #18/15 Louisville at Marquette PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE at Villanova CINCINNATI SETON HALL at #4/4 Notre Dame at #15/14 Georgetown #24/20 RUTGERS at USF vs Syracuse Totals Games played: 30 Minutes/game: 12.7 Points/game: 2.4 FG Pct: 36.4 3FG Pct: 0.0 FT Pct: 46.9

Date

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/16/11 11/18/11 11/22/11 11/26/11 12/3/11 12/4/11 12/7/11 12/09/11 12/19/11 12/22/11 12/28/11 12/31/11 1/4/12 1/7/12 1/10/12 1/14/12 01/18/12 1/21/12 1/28/12 1/31/12 02/04/12 2/7/12 2/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 2/25/12 2/27/12 3/2/12

gs

* * *

*

4

min

14 18 9 13 14 10 14 11 14 10 14 14 15 8 14 18 15 16 9 16 23 9 11 9 8 15 12 12 5 12 382

Total fg-fga

2-6 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-3 0-2 4-6 1-1 0-0 1-5 1-4 1-1 4-6 0-0 1-2 3-6 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-4 2-6 1-1 1-2 2-2 0-1 0-2 0-2 0-4 0-2 0-1 28-77

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.333 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .667 1.000 .000 .200 .250 1.000 .667 .000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .500 .250 .333 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .364

0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Free throws ft-fta pct

1-2 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 15-32

.500 .200 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .500 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .469

off

3 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 0 5 4 0 0 3 2 4 2 0 2 6 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 5 0 2 49

Rebounds def tot

0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 3 0 1 4 0 1 0 1 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 32

3 3 0 0 2 3 2 3 2 7 5 1 3 3 3 8 2 1 2 7 3 0 5 0 1 2 1 7 0 2 81

avg

pf

a t/o blk stl

3.0 2 0 0 3.0 2 0 2 2.0 1 0 1 1.5 0 1 0 1.6 2 0 0 1.8 2 1 1 1.9 1 0 1 2.0 2 0 0 2.0 1 0 1 2.5 2 0 1 2.7 1 0 0 2.6 1 0 1 2.6 3 0 2 2.6 5 1 1 2.7 2 0 0 3.0 1 0 0 2.9 4 0 1 2.8 2 2 0 2.8 2 0 0 3.0 2 2 0 3.0 0 0 0 2.9 2 0 0 3.0 4 1 3 2.8 3 0 1 2.8 0 2 0 2.7 3 0 2 2.7 2 1 3 2.8 3 0 1 2.7 3 0 0 2.7 1 0 0 2.7 59 11 22

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 9

pts

5 1 0 4 0 0 10 2 0 4 3 2 10 0 3 6 0 0 3 2 4 2 2 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 71

avg

5.0 3.0 2.0 2.5 2.0 1.7 2.9 2.8 2.4 2.6 2.6 2.6 3.2 2.9 2.9 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4

#33 EDWARDS' CAREER HIGHS

Points 11 ....................... vs. Hofstra (11/22/10) Rebounds 8 ................................vs. DePaul (1/7/12) Assists 2 .......................vs. Seton Hall (2/11/12) .......................... at Marquette (1/21/12) .....................vs. West Virginia (1/14/12) Steals 2 ....................... vs. Clemson (12/22/11) ....................................at DePaul (1/5/11) Blocked Shots 1 .................... at Notre Dame (2/14/12) ...........................vs. Oakland (12/22/10) ....................... vs. West Virginia (2/6/10)

Rebounds/game: 2.7 Assists/game: 0.4 Turnovers/game: 0.7 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.5 Steals/game: 0.3 Blocks/game: 0.0

EDWARDS’ CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/S FG-FGA PCT 3G-3GA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVE PF/DQ AS TO BK ST PTS AVG 2009-10 12/0 2-10 0.200 0-2 0.000 0-3 0.000 6 7 13 1.1 11/0 0 9 1 2 4 0.3 2010-11 29/4 34-85 0.400 2-9 0.222 13-24 0.542 35 24 59 2.0 51/0 5 23 1 7 83 2.9 2011-12 30/4 28-77 0.364 0-3 0.000 15-32 0.469 49 32 81 2.7 59/1 11 22 1 9 71 2.4 TOTAL 71/8 64-172 0.372 2-14 0.143 28-59 0.475 90 63 153 2.2 121/1 16 54 3 18 158 2.2 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 37


#10 • DANIELLE PEARSON

DANIELLE PEARSON #10 JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-9 THOMAS JEFFERSON BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

2011-2012: Played in 29 of the Friars’ 30 games and appeared in the starting lineup seven times... Dished a career-high six assists against Harvard on November 18... Dished 5+ assists in two games and finished fifth on the team with 44 assists... Scored a career-high 10 points against Harvard (11/11)... Recorded a career-high two blocked shots against Dartmouth on November 26, marking the first two blocks of her career... Hauled in a career-best nine rebounds against Brown on December 4... Averaged 1.2 points, 1.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game. 2010-2011: Appeared in her first collegiate game with the Friars against Alabama on November 27...Notched two rebounds and two steals in just four minutes of action... Played in 16 games overall and cracked the starting line-up twice... Scored a season-best eight points against Florida (12/4)...Grabbed a season-high five rebounds against Brown (12/3)...Dished a season-high two assists against Yale (12/1), Brown (12/3), Notre Dame (12/8) and DePaul (1/5)... Averaged 0.8 points and 0.9 rebounds per game. AT THOMAS JEFFERSON: Averaged 16.0 points, 8.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game as a senior in 2009-10... A 2010 All-Brooklyn First-Team selection... Also named Honorable Mention All-State and earned a spot on the Boro Wheel Chair Classic All-Tournament Team (2010)... Helped guide her team to an A-Division Championship. PERSONAL: Daughter of Irene Davis and Rashun Pearson... Born May 27, 1992... Has three brothers, Deshawn, Naquon and Rashun... Has one sister, Kyshima... Management major.

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2011-12 Providence Basketball Providence Individual Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2012) All games

#10 • DANIELLE PEARSON

Danielle DANIELLE PEARSON#10• PEARSON, 2011-2012 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent

at Boston University VIRGINIA at Rhode Island HARVARD at Oakland University DARTMOUTH vs Fairfield at Brown VILLANOVA at Massachusetts #19/23 DELAWARE CLEMSON at Akron HARTFORD at St. John's #20/18 DEPAUL at #3/3 Connecticut WEST VIRGINIA at #18/15 Louisville at Marquette PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE at Villanova CINCINNATI SETON HALL at #4/4 Notre Dame at #15/14 Georgetown #24/20 RUTGERS at USF Totals Games played: 29 Minutes/game: 12.3 Points/game: 1.2 FG Pct: 22.6 3FG Pct: 12.5 FT Pct: 66.7

Date

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/16/11 11/18/11 11/22/11 11/26/11 12/3/11 12/4/11 12/7/11 12/09/11 12/19/11 12/22/11 12/28/11 12/31/11 1/4/12 1/7/12 1/10/12 1/14/12 01/18/12 1/21/12 1/28/12 1/31/12 02/04/12 2/7/12 2/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 2/25/12 2/27/12

gs

* *

* * * * *

7

min

21 13 18 27 29 27 20 23 19 14 10 10 9 12 13 6 12 4 11 10 4 9 3 5 6 3 13 4 2 357

Total fg-fga

1-2 0-3 0-1 4-6 0-4 0-1 0-3 1-7 0-4 1-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-2 1-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 12-53

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.500 .000 .000 .667 .000 .000 .000 .143 .000 .333 .250 .000 .000 1.000 .333 .000 .000 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .226

0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-16

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .125

Free throws ft-fta pct

0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-12

.000 .000 .500 .667 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .667

off

0 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13

Rebounds def tot

0 0 0 2 2 3 1 4 4 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 34

0 0 0 3 2 3 3 9 4 4 3 0 1 1 1 1 0 3 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 47

avg

pf

a t/o blk stl

0.0 3 5 7 0.0 2 3 2 0.0 2 1 1 0.8 1 6 4 1.0 3 2 4 1.3 2 1 2 1.6 1 4 1 2.5 2 3 4 2.7 2 1 2 2.8 2 1 2 2.8 0 1 1 2.6 0 4 0 2.5 2 1 1 2.4 1 0 0 2.3 0 0 2 2.2 1 0 2 2.1 0 0 3 2.1 0 1 0 2.2 2 2 1 2.1 1 2 2 2.0 0 0 2 2.0 1 2 0 1.9 0 0 1 1.9 0 1 1 1.8 1 0 0 1.7 1 1 1 1.7 1 1 2 1.6 3 1 1 1.6 0 0 1 1.6 34 44 50

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 12

pts

2 0 1 10 0 2 0 2 0 5 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 34

avg

2.0 1.0 1.0 3.3 2.6 2.5 2.1 2.1 1.9 2.2 2.2 2.0 1.8 1.9 1.9 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2

#10 PEARSON'S CAREER HIGHS

Points 10 ......................vs. Harvard (11/18/11) Rebounds 9 ................................at Brown (12/4/11) Assists 6 .........................vs. Harvard (11/18/11) Steals 2 ............... at Massachusetts (12/9/11) .......................... vs. Alabama (11/27/10) Blocked Shots 2 .................. vs. Dartmouth (11/26/11)

Rebounds/game: 1.6 Assists/game: 1.5 Turnovers/game: 1.7 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.9 Steals/game: 0.4 Blocks/game: 0.1

PEARSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/S FG-FGA PCT 3G-3GA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVE PF/DQ AS TO BK ST PTS AVG 2010-11 16/2 4-24 0.167 3-11 0.273 1-2 0.500 1 13 14 0.9 14/0 11 18 0 4 12 0.8 2011-12 29/7 12-53 0.226 2-16 0.125 8-12 0.667 13 34 47 1.6 34/0 44 50 3 12 34 1.2 TOTAL 45/9 16-77 0.208 5-27 0.185 9-14 0.643 14 47 61 1.4 48/0 55 68 3 16 46 1.0 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 39


#13 • TORI RULE

TORI RULE #13 SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 5-7 MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 2011-2012: Played in 25 of the Friars’ 30 games... Made her collegiate debut with the Friars on November 11 against Boston University... Came off the bench to play nine minutes and recorded four points, two rebounds and one blocked shot against the Terriers... Notched a season-best six points against No. 19/23 Delaware on December 19...Added a seasonbest four rebounds against Fairfield (12/3) and Oakland (11/22)... Hit the first three-point bucket of her career against #24/20 Rutgers on February 25... Averaged 1.2 points and 0.6 rebounds per game. BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played basketball at DeLasalle as a freshman and sophomore... Captained the team as a sophomore... Continued scholastic playing career at Minneapolis South High School as a junior and senior, and was named captain as a senior... She was a part of this team that won the Twin City Championships in 2010... Won AllConference and All-Metro four times (2008-11)... A three-time All-State selection as a freshman, junior and senior... Was a finalist for Minnesota Miss Basketball in 2011... Recorded 1,400 career points... Was a member of the Lady Monarchs for three years and the Minneapolis Lady Cats for four years. PERSONAL: Daughter of Trena Rule and Paris Jackson... Born October 5, 1993... Has one brother, Lester Thomas... Has one sister, Carolyn Jackson... Planned major of study is undecided.

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2011-12 Providence Basketball Providence Individual Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2012) All games

#13 • TORI RULE

#13 RULE, ToriGAME-BY-GAME TORI RULE • 2011-2012 Opponent

at Boston University VIRGINIA at Rhode Island HARVARD at Oakland University DARTMOUTH vs Fairfield at Brown VILLANOVA at Massachusetts #19/23 DELAWARE at Akron HARTFORD at St. John's #20/18 DEPAUL at #3/3 Connecticut at #18/15 Louisville PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE at Villanova CINCINNATI SETON HALL at #4/4 Notre Dame at #15/14 Georgetown #24/20 RUTGERS Totals Games played: 25 Minutes/game: 7.0 Points/game: 1.2 FG Pct: 21.2 3FG Pct: 7.7 FT Pct: 72.7

Date

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/16/11 11/18/11 11/22/11 11/26/11 12/3/11 12/4/11 12/7/11 12/09/11 12/19/11 12/28/11 12/31/11 1/4/12 1/7/12 1/10/12 01/18/12 1/28/12 1/31/12 02/04/12 2/7/12 2/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 2/25/12

gs

0

min

9 4 5 7 24 6 11 7 14 7 13 3 2 2 3 3 7 6 7 8 5 1 5 5 11 175

Total fg-fga

2-5 0-2 0-0 0-2 2-7 0-0 0-2 0-2 1-6 1-2 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-3 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-1 1-1 11-52

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.400 .000 .000 .000 .286 .000 .000 .000 .167 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .333 .000 1.000 .212

0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-13

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .077

Free throws ft-fta pct

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 8-11

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .500 .667 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .727

off

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5

Rebounds def tot

2 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 10

2 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 15

avg

pf

2.0 0 1.0 0 0.7 0 0.5 0 1.2 2 1.0 3 1.4 1 1.3 1 1.1 2 1.1 0 1.1 1 1.0 0 0.9 1 0.9 0 0.9 0 0.8 1 0.8 1 0.7 1 0.7 0 0.8 0 0.7 0 0.7 0 0.7 1 0.6 0 0.6 1 0.6 16

a t/o blk stl

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 9 26

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

Rebounds/game: 0.6 Assists/game: 0.4 Turnovers/game: 1.0 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.3 Steals/game: 0.1 Blocks/game: 0.1

pts

4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 2 3 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 3 31

avg

4.0 2.0 1.3 1.0 1.6 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.5 1.9 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

#13 RULE'S CAREER HIGHS

Points 6 ......................vs. Delaware (12/19/11) Rebounds 4 ........................... vs. Fairfield (12/3/11) ............................ at Oakland (11/22/11) Assists 1 ..........................vs. Cincinnati (2/7/12) ......................... vs. Pittsburgh (1/28/12) ....................... at Connecticut (1/10/12) ...........................vs. Hartford (12/31/11) .........................vs. Delaware (12/19/11) .................. at Massachusetts (12/9/11) .............................. vs. Fairfield (12/3/11) ..................... vs. Dartmouth (11/26/11) ............................ at Oakland (11/22/11) Steals 1 .................... at Connecticut (1/10/12) ............................ vs. Villanova (12/7/11) ............................ at Oakland (11/22/11) Blocked Shots 1 ..........................at Louisville (1/18/12) ..........at Boston University (11/11/11)

RULE’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/S FG-FGA PCT 3G-3GA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVE PF/DQ AS TO BK ST PTS AVG 2011-12 25/0 11-52 0.212 1-13 0.077 8-11 0.727 5 10 15 0.6 16/0 9 26 2 3 31 1.2 TOTAL 25/0 11-52 0.212 1-13 0.077 8-11 0.727 5 10 15 0.6 16/0 9 26 2 3 31 1.2 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 41


#15 • CHANISE BALDWIN

CHANISE BALDWIN #15 SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-2 DETROIT MARTIN LUTHER KING PONTIAC, MICHIGAN

2011-2012: Played in 23 of the Friars’ 30 games and made her first appearance in the starting line-up against Massachusetts on December 9... Started two games overall... Tallied a season-best six points in nine minutes off the bench against #15/14 Georgetown on February 18... Against the Hoyas she hit all three of her shot attempts and notched one rebound...Scored four points in her collegiate debut against Boston University (11/11)... Recorded a seasonbest six rebounds against Fairfield on December 3 and hauled in five rebounds in three other contests... Dished a season-best two assists against No. 19/23 Delaware... Averaged 1.2 points and 2.0 rebounds per game. BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played four years at Detroit Martin Luther King and captained the team as a senior... Was named Most Improved Player in 2010 and Most Valuable Player in 2011... Was named All-City Second Team in 2010 and the All-City First Team in 2011... Led team to the District Championship. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jeffery Lewis and Temperance Baldwin... Born September 5, 1993... Has two brothers, Vitonn Baldwin and Kelvin Lewis... Has one sister, Akeyra Baldwin... Social work major.

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2011-12 Providence Basketball Providence Individual Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2012) All games

#15 • CHANISE BALDWIN

CHANISE BALDWIN #15 • 2011-2012 BALDWIN, Chanise GAME-BY-GAME Opponent

at Boston University VIRGINIA at Rhode Island HARVARD at Oakland University DARTMOUTH vs Fairfield at Brown VILLANOVA at Massachusetts #19/23 DELAWARE CLEMSON at Akron HARTFORD at St. John's PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE at Villanova CINCINNATI at #15/14 Georgetown #24/20 RUTGERS at USF vs Syracuse Totals Games played: 23 Minutes/game: 8.9 Points/game: 1.2 FG Pct: 31.7 FT Pct: 50.0

Date

gs

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/16/11 11/18/11 11/22/11 11/26/11 12/3/11 12/4/11 12/7/11 12/09/11 * 12/19/11 * 12/22/11 12/28/11 12/31/11 1/4/12 1/28/12 1/31/12 02/04/12 2/7/12 02/18/12 2/25/12 2/27/12 3/2/12 2

min

7 16 18 9 5 10 14 6 21 19 15 3 5 3 2 7 4 1 7 9 10 6 8 205

Total fg-fga

2-2 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-4 1-3 1-4 0-1 1-4 1-6 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 13-41

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

1.000 .000 .333 .000 .000 .333 .250 .000 .250 .167 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .500 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .317

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Free throws ft-fta pct

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

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500

off

1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 16

Rebounds def tot

1 2 3 0 0 1 5 0 3 4 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 1 30

2 2 5 0 0 2 6 0 5 5 4 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 3 46

avg

pf

2.0 2 2.0 2 3.0 3 2.3 0 1.8 0 1.8 0 2.4 2 2.1 1 2.4 1 2.7 4 2.8 1 2.8 1 2.5 1 2.4 0 2.3 0 2.3 1 2.2 0 2.1 1 1.9 0 1.9 0 2.0 1 2.0 0 2.0 1 2.0 22

a t/o blk stl

0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 14

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

1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Rebounds/game: 2.0 Assists/game: 0.2 Turnovers/game: 0.6 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.4 Steals/game: 0.2 Blocks/game: 0.2

pts

4 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 6 2 0 0 27

avg

4.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2

#15 BALDWIN'S CAREER HIGHS

Points 6 ................... at Georgetown (2/18/12) Rebounds 6 ........................... vs. Fairfield (12/3/11) Assists 2 ......................vs. Delaware (12/19/11) Steals 1 .............................at St. John's (1/4/12) ............................ at Oakland (11/22/11) ............................vs. Harvard (11/18/11) ................... at Rhode Island (11/16/11) ..........at Boston University (11/11/11) Blocked Shots 2 ............... at Massachusetts (12/9/11) ................... at Rhode Island (11/16/11)

BALDWIN’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/S FG-FGA PCT 3G-3GA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVE PF/DQ AS TO BK ST PTS AVG 2011-12 23/2 13-41 0.317 0-0 0.000 1-2 0.500 16 30 46 2.0 22/0 5 14 5 5 27 1.2 TOTAL 23/2 13-41 0.317 0-0 0.000 1-2 0.500 16 30 46 2.0 22/0 5 14 5 5 27 1.2 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 43


#42 • ALEXIS HARRIS

ALEXIS HARRIS #42 SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-1 RENAISSANCE HIGH SCHOOL DETROIT, MICHIGAN

2011-2012: Appeared in 20 of the Friars' 30 games... Made collegiate debut with the Friars on November 11 against Boston University... Played seven minutes off the bench and recorded two points and one steal... Registered her first collegiate rebound against Harvard on November 18... Grabbed a season-best three rebounds against Louisville on January 18... Scored two points and recorded one assist and one steal against No. 4/4 Notre Dame on February 14. BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Named Second-Team All-City... Won PSL Learner of the Week and PSL Learner of the Year... Was the top scholarship winner in High School... Led Renaissance to a City, District and Regional Title... Harris was a member of the Michigan Crossover. PERSONAL: Daughter of Michelle and Patrick Harris... Born April 9, 1993... Has one brother, Patrick... Majoring in women's studies.

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2011-12 Providence Basketball Providence Individual Game-by-Game (as of Oct 31, 2012) All games

#42 • ALEXIS HARRIS

#42 HARRIS, Alexis GAME-BY-GAME ALEXIS HARRIS • 2011-2012 Opponent

at Boston University VIRGINIA HARVARD vs Fairfield at Brown VILLANOVA at Massachusetts #19/23 DELAWARE at Akron #20/18 DEPAUL at #3/3 Connecticut at #18/15 Louisville at Marquette PITTSBURGH SYRACUSE SETON HALL at #4/4 Notre Dame at #15/14 Georgetown #24/20 RUTGERS vs Syracuse Totals Games played: 20 Minutes/game: 4.0 Points/game: 0.5 FG Pct: 30.8 FT Pct: 50.0

Date

11/11/11 11/14/11 11/18/11 12/3/11 12/4/11 12/7/11 12/09/11 12/19/11 12/28/11 1/7/12 1/10/12 01/18/12 1/21/12 1/28/12 1/31/12 2/11/12 02/14/12 02/18/12 2/25/12 3/2/12

gs

0

min

7 2 1 7 1 5 4 3 2 3 9 8 1 4 1 2 7 10 2 1 80

Total fg-fga

1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-13

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .308

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Free throws ft-fta pct

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

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .500

off

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Rebounds def tot

0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 11

0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 13

avg

0.0 0.0 0.3 0.8 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7

pf

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 7

a t/o blk stl

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

Rebounds/game: 0.7 Assists/game: 0.1 Turnovers/game: 0.1 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.5 Steals/game: 0.1 Blocks/game: 0.1

pts

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 9

avg

2.0 1.0 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5

#42 HARRIS' CAREER HIGHS

Points 2 .................... at Notre Dame (2/14/12) .............................at Louisville (1/18/12) ....................... at Connecticut (1/10/12) ..........at Boston University (11/11/11) Rebounds 3 ..........................at Louisville (1/18/12) Assists 1 .................... at Notre Dame (2/14/12) Steals 1 .................... at Notre Dame (2/14/12) Blocked Shots 1 ................................vs. DePaul (1/7/12) ............................vs. Harvard (11/18/11)

HARRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/S FG-FGA PCT 3G-3GA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVE PF/DQ AS TO BK ST PTS AVG 2011-12 20/0 4-13 0.308 0-0 0.000 1-2 0.500 2 11 13 0.7 7/0 1 2 2 2 9 0.5 TOTAL 20/0 4-13 0.308 0-0 0.000 1-2 0.500 2 11 13 0.7 7/0 1 2 2 2 9 0.5 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 45


#20 • LEXI SELLS / #30 • EVI IISKOLA

LEXI SELLS #20 FRESHMAN • GUARD/FORWARD • 5-10 BISHOP FEEHAN HIGH SCHOOL ATTLEBORO, MASSACHUSETTS

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Earned four varsity letters in basketball, three in volleyball and one in track at Bishop Feehan High School... Ranked among the Top-100 prospects by ESPN HoopGurlz... Named EAC All-Star (2010-11)... Holiday Tournament MVP (2010-11)... Sun Chronicle All-Star (2011)... Named Boston Herald All-State (2011)... Bridgewater Tournament MVP (2010)...R.I. State Championship (La Salle Academy)... Named to the All-Scholastic Team (2008-11)...Played for the NH Rivals (2011), the MA Premier (2010) and the RI Breakers (2010). PERSONAL: Daughter of George and Luanne Sells... Has an older brother, Tyler, and a younger sister, Brittany... Father played baseball at Old Dominion (1987-1990) and with the St. Louis Cardinals organization (1990-92)... Plans to pursue a degree in business/marketing.

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EVI IISKOLA #30 FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 6-0 MAKELANRINNE HIGH SCHOOL ESPOO, FINLAND

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: First foreignborn player to compete for the Friar women’s basketball team since Aga Lorenc ‘08 (Lubycza, Poland)... Member of the Finnish National Team (201112)... Saw action in 17 games with the National Team averaging 4.5 points and 1.8 rebounds per game... Played for the U-18 National Team (200809), averaging 15.9 points and 6.2 rebounds per contest... Competed in 102 International games in her career... Member of Tapiolan Honka (2000-12)... Earned All-Star recognition at the 2011 European B Division Championships... Member of Espoo Women’s League Team (2008-12)... Played in 24 games with Espoo, averaging 9.0 points and 6.3 rebounds per game... Helped guide her team to the Division A European Championships (2009)... Third-Team All-Star (2009). PERSONAL: Daughter of Satu and Antti Iiskola... Has a younger brother, Anton, and a younger sister, Elena... Plans to pursue a degree in business/marketing.


2012-13 ROSTER No. 2 3 10 12 13 15 20 30 33 42

Name Nikki Turcotte Jenna Roncarati Danielle Pearson Symone Roberts Tori Rule Chanise Baldwin Lexi Sells Evi Iiskola Brianna Edwards Alexis Harris

2012-13 NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. Ht. Hometown/Previous School G 5-8 North Smithfield, R.I./Mount Saint Charles Academy G 5-9 Cumberland, R.I./Bishop Feehan High School G/F 5-9 Brooklyn, N.Y./Thomas Jefferson G 5-7 New Britain, Conn./New Britain High School G 5-7 Minneapolis, Minn./Minneapolis South High School F 6-2 Pontiac, Mich./Detroit Martin Luther King G/F 5-10 Attleboro, Mass./Bishop Feehan High School F 6-0 Espoo, Finland/Makelanrinne High School F 6-1 Minneapolis, Minn./North Community F 6-1 Detroit, Mich./Renaissance High School

Year Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So.

Head Coach: Susan Robinson Fruchtl (Penn State '92), 1st Season Assistant Coach: Dan Durkin (Mount St. Mary's '75) Assistant Coach: Kristeena Alexander (George Washington '00) Assistant Coach: Dario Hernandez (Shaw University '10) Director of Women's Basketball Administration: Jen Wasson (University of Mobile '94) Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations: Lynne-Ann Kokoski (Bryant '08) Graduate Assistant: Michael Motta (Old Dominion '11) PROVIDENCE COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL "THE RECRUITING TRAIL" 2012-13 Brianna Edwards Tori Rule

Chanise Baldwin Alexis Harris

GEOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWN

Danielle Pearson

CONNECTICUT (1) Symone Roberts, Sr. MASSACHUSETTS (1) Lexi Sells, Fr.

Jenna Roncarati Nikki Turcotte

Lex Sells Symone Roberts

MICHIGAN (2) Chanise Baldwin, So. Alexis Harris, So. MINNESOTA (2) Tori Rule, So. Brianna Edwards, Sr. NEW YORK (1) Danielle Pearson, Jr. RHODE ISLAND (2) Jenna Roncarati, Sr. Nikki Turcotte, Jr.

FINLAND

FINLAND (1) Evi Iiskola, Fr.

Evi Iiskola WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 47


2012-13 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

2012-13 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE The 2012-13 academic year is the 34th in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth and continues to make strides in improving the quality and depth of the storied league. The BIG EAST Conference has always been driven by lofty goals. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2011-12 year was no different. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Georgetown women’s cross country team captured its first NCAA Championship. The win by the Hoyas marked the third-straight year a BIG EAST team has won the women’s cross country championship, with Villanova winning the past two. The Louisville men’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four in New Orleans. Connecticut field hockey reached the NCAA semifinals, as did the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team. The Irish women’s basketball team and Syracuse women’s lacrosse team each reached the NCAA finals. USF softball reached the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla., for the first time in program history. The BIG EAST placed two teams in the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the third time in the last four years as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in Denver, with the Fighting Irish advancing to the national title game for the second-straight year. BIG EAST student-athletes won five NCAA championships. Sheila Reid won her second-straight NCAA Women’s Cross Country title. Syracuse hurdler Jarret Eaton won the 60-meter hurdle championship in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship. Notre Dame won the distance medley relay at the same championship. Georgetown’s Emily Infeld won the 3,000-meter run. Carlos Almeida of Louisville won the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Three BIG EAST teams won bowl games, while the BIG EAST representative in the Bowl Championship Series won its bowl game for the fourth time in the last seven years- a streak that includes wins against the ACC, Big 12 and SEC champions. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in 18 of the nation’s top 50 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain more than one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. The BIG EAST will welcome UCF, Houston, Memphis, SMU and Temple in all sports in 2013-14. Temple football will join the league in 2012, with Boise State and San Diego State joining the following year and Navy in 2015. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 32 national championships in six different sports and 137 student-athletes have won individual national titles through 2011-12. BIG EAST basketball squads have captured 11 titles in the last 13 years. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. The BIG EAST placed three men’s basketball teams in the Final Four in 1985, the only time this has occurred in NCAA history. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference currently crowns champions in 24 sports. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. John Marinatto was the third commissioner of the BIG EAST, serving from 2009-2012, after seven years as the conference’s senior associate commissioner. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past nine years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE SYSTEM OF SUCCESS 2011-12 HIGHLIGHTS • NCAA championship in women’s cross country (Georgetown). The win by the Hoyas marked the third-straight year a BIG EAST team has won the women’s cross country championship, with Villanova winning the past two. • NCAA runner-up finishes in women’s basketball (Notre Dame) and women’s lacrosse (Syracuse). • NCAA semifinal appearances by Connecticut field hockey and Notre Dame men’s lacrosse. • For the first time in program history, USF reached the Women’s College World Series. • The BIG EAST had two women’s basketball teams in the Final Four for the third time in the last four years. • Villanova’s Sheila Reid won the NCAA women’s cross country title for the second-straight year, giving her five career NCAA individual titles in cross country and track & field. • BIG EAST football teams won three bowl games, winning against opponents from the ACC, Big 12 and SEC. • At the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, Syracuse’s Jarret Eaton won the 60-meter hurdle, Georgetown’s Emily Infield won the 3,000-meter run and the Notre Dame men’s distance medley relay won the national title. • Louisville’s Carlos Almeida won the national title in the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. Almeida also finished as the national runner-up in the 100 breaststroke. • Villanova’s Sheila Reid (cross country) won Honda Sports Awards as the top performer in cross country. • The BIG EAST had 19 Capital One Academic All-America selections. Eric Finan (Cincinnati track & field), Peter Bolgert (Marquette track & field), Kevyn Smith (Syracuse football), Sheila Reid (Villanova track & field), Kaitlyn Gillespie (West Virginia track & field) and Kate Harrison (West Virginia track & field) were all first team selections.

A SYSTEM OF SUCCESS BIG EAST CONFERENCE ACHIEVEMENTS • OVERALL HIGHLIGHTS • Thirty-two national team champions and 138 NCAA individual champions • Eighteen Final Four appearances in men’s basketball, including NCAA titles by Connecticut in 1999, 2004 and 2011, Syracuse in 2003, Villanova in 1985 and Georgetown in 1984. • NCAA women’s basketball titles by Connecticut in 1995, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009 and 2010 and Notre Dame in 2001. • Twenty Final Four appearances in women’s basketball (Connecticut 1991, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012; Notre Dame 1997, 2001, 2011, 2012; Rutgers 2000, 2007; Louisville 2009). • National championships in football by Miami in 1991 and 2001. • Eleven NCAA women’s cross country titles (nine for Villanova, including the 2009 and 2010 championships, and an NCAA-record six straight from 1989-94; one for Providence in 1995; one for Georgetown in 2011). • NCAA men’s soccer titles by St. John’s in 1996 and Connecticut in 2000. • NCAA women’s soccer titles by Notre Dame in 1995, 2004 and 2010. • Appearances in the NCAA Men’s College World Series by Notre Dame in 2002 and Louisville in 2007. • NCAA Women’s College World Series appearances by Connecticut in 1993, DePaul in 2007 and USF in 2012. • Two NCAA Woman of the Year award winners (Nnenna Lynch, Villanova, 1993; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1995). • Six Honda-Broderick Cup winners recognizing collegiate athletic achievement among women (Vicki Huber, Villanova, 1988-89; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1994-95; Jennifer Rizzotti, Connecticut, 1995-96; Cindy Daws, Notre Dame, 1996-97; Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2009-10 and 2010-11). • Eight women’s basketball Wade Trophy winners (Shelly Pennefather, Villanova, 1987; Rebecca Lobo, Connecticut, 1995; Jennifer Rizzotti, Connecticut, 1996; Sue Bird, Connecticut, 2002, Diana Taurasi, 2003; Maya Moore, Connecticut, 2009, 2010 and 2011). • Two consensus National Players of the Year in men’s basketball (Walter Berry, St. John’s, 1986; Patrick Ewing, Georgetown, 1985). WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 51


BIG EAST CONFERENCE COMMISSIONER MIKE ARESCO BIG EAST CONFERENCE COMMISSIONER Mike Aresco, one of the most influential leaders in collegiate sports television, was named Commissioner of The BIG EAST Conference on August 14, 2012. Aresco came to the BIG EAST from CBS Sports where he was Executive Vice President, Programming. He was responsible for all college sports programming for CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network. Aresco oversaw the acquisition and management of CBS Sports college properties, including the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, regular-season college basketball and football, conference basketball championship games, football bowl games and other programming. His responsibilities included game selection and scheduling, day-to-day operations, contract negotiations, identification of future acquisitions, development of programming strategies and coordination of new media and marketing initiatives. Aresco played an integral role in the landmark deal that created the CBS Sports-Turner Broadcasting partnership, which resulted in the acquisition of the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship rights through 2024. He managed the complex 14-year agreement that provides expanded national broadcast and cable coverage of the NCAA basketball championship. Aresco also was instrumental in the CBS Television Network’s groundbreaking bundled rights agreement with the NCAA which granted CBS exclusive rights to the NCAA Tournament from 2003 through 2010. The 2010 NCAA Championship won a Sports Emmy in the Outstanding Playoff Coverage category. Aresco also played a key role in negotiating the marketing agreement that coincided with the original NCAA deal and was instrumental in creating a partnership with IMG and the NCAA to assist in acquiring new NCAA corporate sponsors. He also was a significant contributor in the development of new media platforms for the NCAA Championship, including March Madness on Demand, CBS’ highly successful streaming platform. In 2008, Aresco negotiated a historic 15-year agreement with the Southeastern Conference to televise the league’s football and basketball games. The agreement also provided multiple new media rights for CBS, CBS Sports Network and CBS Interactive. He forged numerous basketball agreements with major conferences, including the BIG EAST, ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12 and Big 12. Aresco recently negotiated 10-year extensions of the Army-Navy and Notre Dame-Navy football rivalries. Aresco was the creator and executive producer of The Tony Barnhart Show, the critically- acclaimed college football show, as well as Courtside with Seth Davis, a highly-regarded weekly show devoted to college basketball, both of which air on the CBS Sports Network. In 2004, he was appointed by the late NCAA President Myles Brand to the Basketball Partnership, a select panel whose mission was to explore ways to improve and promote college basketball. He is a charter member of the steering committee of the Columbia University/New York City Chapter of the National Football Foundation and serves on the board of the National Sports Marketing Network. Aresco joined CBS Sports from ESPN where he was responsible for overseeing the acquisition, scheduling and development of long-term strategies for all ESPN college sports properties. Earlier in his tenure at ESPN, he was responsible for programming a wide variety of sports properties, including College Football Association, Big 10, and Pac-10 college football, NCAA events, including early rounds of the NCAA basketball tournament, the College World Series and various professional sports events, including thoroughbred racing, Top Rank Boxing, CFL football, Australian Rules Football, rodeo and yachting. He was the architect of ESPN’s signature Thursday night college football series and helped develop ESPN’s Bowl Week. He joined ESPN in 1984 as Counsel and was named Assistant General Counsel in 1988 before moving to the programming department. Aresco is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Tufts University (B.A., magna cum laude, history), the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts (M.A., international relations), where he held a John Moors Cabot Scholarship, and the University of Connecticut Law School (J.D.). He practiced law privately in Hartford, Conn., for several years. Aresco, 62, and his wife, Sharon, have two adult sons, Matthew, an Emmy-nominated television producer who owns a production company in Connecticut, and Brett, an aspiring actor who lives in New York City.

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ALL-TIME BIG EAST STANDINGS 1982-83 BIG EAST Overall PROVIDENCE 7-1 24-6 St. John’s 7-1 27-6 Pittsburgh 5-3 17-11 Villanova 4-4 14-15 Syracuse 4-4 12-15 Seton Hall 3-5 11-16 Georgetown 3-5 10-15 Boston College 2-6 16-9 Connecticut 1-7 9-18 1983-84 BIG EAST Overall Pittsburgh 6-2 16-12 Villanova 6-2 22-7 St. John’s 5-3 24-6 Seton Hall 5-3 17-13 Syracuse 5-3 14-14 PROVIDENCE 5-3 19-7 Georgetown 2-6 10-15 Boston College 2-6 11-16 Connecticut 0-8 9-20 1984-85 BIG EAST Overall St. John’s 12-4 18-11 Villanova 12-4 21-9 Boston College 11-5 19-9 Pittsburgh 10-6 16-12 Syracuse 10-6 18-13 PROVIDENCE 9-7 14-14 Connecticut 3-13 9-18 Georgetown 3-13 7-21 Seton Hall 2-14 4-25 1985-86 BIG EAST Overall PROVIDENCE 14-2 24-6 Villanova 12-4 23-8 Syracuse 12-4 19-10 St. John’s 11-5 19-9 Boston College 9-7 16-13 Pittsburgh 5-11 11-16 Connecticut 4-12 12-15 Georgetown 3-13 8-20 Seton Hall 2-14 5-23 1986-87 BIG EAST Overall Villanova 15-1 27-4 PROVIDENCE 12-4 23-9 Syracuse 11-5 15-13 St. John’s 9-7 16-13 Connecticut 9-7 14-13 Boston College 8-8 17-12 Georgetown 4-12 7-21 Seton Hall 3-13 12-17 Pittsburgh 1-15 7-21 1987-88 BIG EAST Overall Syracuse 13-3 22-9 Villanova 11-5 20-9 St. John’s 10-6 22-10 Boston College 10-6 17-11 Connecticut 9-7 17-11 PROVIDENCE 7-9 13-15 Pittsburgh 5-11 14-15 Seton Hall 4-12 10-19 Georgetown 3-13 7-21

1988-89 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 13-2* 24-6 Villanova 11-5 18-12 PROVIDENCE 10-6 22-11 Boston College 9-7 15-13 Seton Hall 9-7 18-10 Syracuse 7-8* 15-12 St. John’s 5-11 10-18 Georgetown 4-12 13-16 Pittsburgh 3-13 11-17 * includes one no-contest 1989-90 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 14-2 25-6 PROVIDENCE 14-2 27-5 Seton Hall 11-5 21-7 Boston College 9-7 16-13 Syracuse 7-9 15-13 Pittsburgh 6-10 15-14 Georgetown 5-11 13-14 St. John’s 5-11 12-17 Villanova 1-15 9-19 1990-91 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 14-2 29-5 PROVIDENCE 13-3 26-6 Pittsburgh 10-6 16-13 St. John’s 10-6 16-12 Seton Hall 7-9 18-11 Boston College 6-10 12-16 Georgetown 5-11 12-15 Villanova 4-12 12-17 Syracuse 3-13 7-21 1991-92 BIG EAST Overall Syracuse 13-3 22-9 Villanova 11-5 20-9 St. John’s 10-6 22-10 Boston College 10-6 17-11 Connecticut 9-7 17-11 PROVIDENCE 7-9 13-15 Pittsburgh 5-11 14-15 Seton Hall 4-12 10-19 Georgetown 3-13 7-21 Georgetown 3-13 7-21 1992-93 BIG EAST Overall Miami 15-3 24-7 Georgetown 15-3 23-7 Connecticut 12-6 18-11 Pittsburgh 10-8 15-12 Villanova 10-8 15-13 Seton Hall 8-10 14-13 PROVIDENCE 7-11 15-15 St. John’s 5-13 12-16 Syracuse 4-14 6-21 Boston College 4-14 10-17 1993-94 BIG EAST Overall Conneticut 17-1 30-3 Seton Hall 16-2 27-5 Pittsburgh 12-6 21-10 PROVIDENCE 10-8 13-15 Boston College 9-9 13-14 Miami 7-11 10-17 Villanova 7-11 13-14 Georgetown 6-12 12-15

St. John’s 4-14 8-20 Syracuse 2-16 5-23 1994-95 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 18-0 35-0 Villanova 13-5 19-9 Seton Hall 12-6 24-9 Pittsburgh 10-8 17-11 St. John’s 10-8 15-12 Miami 8-10 11-16 Georgetown 6-12 11-17 Syracuse 5-13 7-20 PROVIDENCE 5-13 10-21 Boston College 3-15 6-21 1995-96 BIG EAST Overall BE 7 PROVIDENCE 9-9 12-15 Miami 9-9 14-13 Syracuse 9-9 14-14 Seton Hall 9-9 16-13 Rutgers 8-10 13-15 Georgetown 7-11 12-15 Pittsburgh 3-15 6-24 BE 6 Connecticut 17-1 34-4 Notre Dame 15-3 23-8 Villanova 13-5 21-7 Boston College 7-11 10-17 West Virginia 7-11 12-15 St. John’s 4-14 6-21 1996-97 BIG EAST Overall BE 7 Georgetown 9-9 17-11 Miami 8-10 15-14 Rutgers 8-10 11-17 PROVIDENCE 8-10 13-14 Seton Hall 7-11 10-17 Syracuse 4-14 6-21 Pittsburgh 3-15 8-22 BE 6 Connecticut 18-0 33-1 Notre Dame 17-1 31-7 Boston College 13-5 18-10 West Virginia 11-7 19-12 Villanova 8-10 14-14 St. John’s 3-15 5-22 1997-98 BIG EAST Overall BE 7 Rutgers 14-4 22-10 Miami 13-5 19-10 Syracuse 7-11 12-15 PROVIDENCE 6-12 10-17 Seton Hall 6-12 8-19 Georgetown 5-13 9-19 Pittsburgh 3-15 6-21 BE 6 Connecticut 17-1 34-3 Notre Dame 12-6 22-10 Villanova 12-6 19-10 Boston College 11-7 17-11 West Virginia 7-11 12-16 St. John’s 4-14 6-21

1998-99 BIG EAST Overall Conneticut 17-1 29-5 Rutgers 17-1 29-6 Notre Dame 15-3 26-5 Boston College 12-6 22-8 Georgetown 10-8 18-12 Villanova 9-9 14-14 Miami 9-9 15-14 St. John’s 7-11 13-18 Syracuse 6-12 10-17 West Virginia 5-13 10-17 PROVIDENCE 4-14 5-22 Seton Hall 3-15 6-21 1999-00 BIG EAST Overall Conneticut 16-0 36-1 Notre Dame 15-1 27-5 Rutgers 12-4 26-8 Boston College 12-4 26-9 Georgetown 9-7 17-13 Villanova 7-9 15-15 Miami 7-9 14-15 Pittsburgh 7-9 16-13 St. John’s 5-11 11-18 Seton Hall 5-11 11-16 PROVIDENCE 5-11 10-17 Syracuse 3-13 10-18 West Virginia 1-15 6-22 2000-01 BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 15-1 34-2 Connecticut 15-1 23-3 Rutgers 13-3 23-8 Virginia Tech 11-5 22-9 Villanova 11-5 22-9 Seton Hall 9-7 16-12 Boston College 7-9 14-15 Georgetown 6-10 17-15 Syracuse 6-10 12-15 Miami 6-10 13-15 PROVIDENCE 4-12 11-17 St. John's 3-13 8-20 Pittsburgh 3-13 9-18 West Virginia 3-13 5-22 2001-02 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 16-0 39-0 Notre Dame 13-3 20-10 Boston College 12-4 23-8 Villanova 12-4 20-11 Miami 10-6 19-12 Virginia Tech 9-7 21-11 Syracuse 9-7 18-13 PROVIDENCE 7-9 13-15 Seton Hall 6-10 15-14 West Virginia 6-10 14-14 Rutgers 5-11 9-20 Georgetown 4-12 12-16 Pittsburgh 3-13 8-19 St. John's 0-16 3-24 2002-03 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 16-0 37-1 Rutgers 13-3 21-8 Villanova 12-4 28-6 Boston College 12-4 22-9 Virginia Tech 10-6 22-10 Notre Dame 10-6 21-11 Miami 8-8 18-13

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ALL-TIME BIG EAST STANDINGS Seton Hall 7-9 14-15 Georgetown 6-10 15-14 Syracuse 5-11 10-18 Pittsburgh 4-12 12-16 West Virginia 4-12 15-13 PROVIDENCE 3-13 9-18 St. John's 2-14 8-19 2003-04 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 14-2 31-4 Notre Dame 12-4 21-11 Villanova 12-4 23-7 Miami 11-5 22-7 Boston College 11-5 27-7 West Virginia 10-6 21-11 Rutgers 10-6 21-12 Virginia Tech 10-6 23-8 Georgetown 7-9 13-15 Seton Hall 6-10 15-15 St. John's 4-12 10-8 Syracuse 3-13 6-21 Pittsburgh 2-14 6-20 PROVIDENCE 0-16 4-23 2004-05 BIG EAST Overall Rutgers 14-2 28-7 Notre Dame 13-3 27-6 Connecticut 13-3 25-8 Boston College 10-6 20-10 Villanova 10-6 19-12 Georgetown 7-9 12-16 West Virginia 7-9 21-13 St. John's 7-9 20-11 Seton Hall 6-10 14-14 Pittsburgh 5-11 13-15 Syracuse 4-12 13-16 PROVIDENCE 0-16 1-27

2005-06 BIG EAST Overall Rutgers 16-0 27-5 Connecticut 14-2 32-5 DePaul 11-5 27-7 St. John's 11-5 22-8 Louisville 10-6 19-10 Pittsburgh 9-7 22-11 USF 9-7 19-12 Villanova 9-7 21-11 Marquette 9-7 22-11 Notre Dame 8-8 18-12 Cincinnati 7-9 17-12 West Virginia 4-12 15-16 Georgetown 3-13 10-17 PROVIDENCE 3-13 8-19 Seton Hall 3-13 6-21 Syracuse 2-14 9-18

2007-08 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 15-1 36-2 Rutgers 14-2 27-7 West Virginia 12-4 25-8 Notre Dame 11-5 25-9 Pittsburgh 10-6 24-11 Syracuse 10-6 22-9 Louisville 10-6 26-10 Marquette 8-8 21-14 DePaul 8-8 20-12 St. John's 7-9 18-15 USF 5-11 16-16 Villanva 5-11 17-16 Georgetown 5-11 15-14 Seton Hall 3-13 13-15 Cincinnati 3-13 12-16 PROVIDENCE 2-14 12-17

2009-10 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 16-0 39-0 West Virginia 13-3 29-6 Georgetown 13-3 27-6 St. John's 12-4 25-7 Notre Dame 12-4 29-6 Rutgers 9-7 19-15 DePaul 9-7 21-12 PROVIDENCE 7-9 19-15 Syracuse 7-9 25-11 Marquette 6-10 17-16 USF 6-10 15-16 Pittsburgh 5-11 16-15 Louisville 5-11 14-18 Cincinnati 4-12 12-18 Villanova 3-13 14-16 Seton Hall 1-15 9-21

2006-07 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 16-0 32-4 Rutgers 12-4 27-9 Marquette 12-4 26-7 West Virginia 11-5 21-11 Louisville 10-6 27-8 Pittsburgh 10-6 24-9 Notre Dame 10-6 20-12 USF 9-7 21-12 Seton Hall 9-7 19-12 DePaul 8-8 19-13 Cincinnati 6-10 15-14 St. John's 4-12 8-20 PROVIDENCE 3-13 13-16 Syracuse 3-13 9-20 Georgetown 3-13 13-16 Villanova 2-14 8-21

2008-09 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 16-0 39-0 Louisville 14-2 34-5 Pittsburgh 12-4 25-8 Notre Dame 10-6 22-9 DePaul 10-6 23-10 Villanova 10-6 19-14 Rutgers 9-7 21-13 USF 8-8 27-10 Georgetown 7-9 20-14 Marquette 7-9 17-16 West Virginia 5-11 18-15 Syracuse 5-11 17-15 St. John's 4-12 19-15 Seton Hall 4-12 17-14 PROVIDENCE 4-12 10-20 Cincinnati 3-13 14-17

2010-11 BIG EAST Overall Connecticut 16-0 36-2 DePaul 13-3 29-7 Notre Dame 13-3 31-8 Rutgers 11-5 20-13 Marquette 10-6 24-9 Louisville 10-6 22-13 St. John's 9-7 22-11 Georgetown 9-7 24-11 Syracuse 9-7 25-10 West Virginia 8-8 24-10 PROVIDENCE 6-10 13-16 Pittsburgh 5-11 14-17 USF 3-13 12-9 Villanova 3-13 12-19 Cincinnati 2-14 9-20 Seton Hall 1-15 8-22

The 1989-90 Providence College women's basketball team won the BIG EAST Tournament Championship, marking the program's only league title. That same year, the Friars advanced to the NCAA East Regional Semfinals.

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2011-12 BIG EAST Overall Notre Dame 16-1 35-4 St. John's 13-3 24-10 Connecticut 13-4 33-5 Georgetown 11-5 23-9 West Virginia 11-5 24-10 Rutgers 10-6 22-10 Louisville 10-6 23-10 DePaul 9-7 23-11 USF 8-8 19-16 Villanova 6-10 19-14 Cincinnati 6-10 16-16 Syracuse 6-10 22-15 PROVIDENCE 5-11 13-17 Marquette 4-12 14-17 Seton Hall 1-15 8-23 Pittsburgh 0-16 8-22


BIG EAST HONOR ROLL ALL-BIG EAST FIRST-TEAM SELECTIONS

Kathy Finn..................................................................................................1983, 1984 Mary Burke.............................................................................................................1987 Britt King.................................................................................................................1986 Doris Sable.............................................................................................................1987 Andrea Mangum..................................................................................................1990 Shanya Evans............................................................................................1990, 1991 Dottie VanGheem................................................................................................1990 Tracy Lis.......................................................................................................1991, 1992 Stephanie Goettsche..........................................................................................1994 Chelsea Marandola.............................................................................................2010

ALL-BIG EAST SECOND-TEAM SELECTIONS

Mary Burke.................................................................................................1985, 1986 Britt King.................................................................................................................1985 Doris Sable.............................................................................................................1986 Doreen Ferguson.................................................................................................1988 Andrea Magnum..................................................................................................1989 Liz Lawyor..............................................................................................................1989 Nadine Malcolm.......................................................................................1996, 1997 Chelsea Marandola.............................................................................................2007

ALL-BIG EAST THIRD-TEAM SELECTIONS

Shanya Evans........................................................................................................1989 Tracy Lis...................................................................................................................1990 Stephanie Cole.....................................................................................................1992 Lucie Fontanella.......................................................................................1993, 1994 Sonya Lewis.......................................................................... 1992-93 (Third Team) Kerri Chatten........................................................................ 1996-97 (Third Team)

ALL-BIG EAST HONORABLE MENTION SELECTIONS

Kerry Phayre..........................................................................................................1983

BIG EAST ALL-FRESHMAN/ROOKIE TEAM SELECTIONS

Doris Sable.............................................................................................................1984 Andrea Magnum..................................................................................................1987 Shanya Evans........................................................................................................1988 Tracy Lis...................................................................................................................1989 Jennifer Mead.......................................................................................................1991 Lucie Fontanella...................................................................................................1991 Lori Penrod............................................................................................................1993 Mandy Saunders..................................................................................................1994 Kerri Chatten.........................................................................................................1995 Jennifer Gombotz................................................................................................1998 Jessica Simmonds...............................................................................................2002 Chelsea Marandola.............................................................................................2006 Kendria Holmes....................................................................................................2007 Mi-Khida Hankins................................................................................................2008 Lauren "Lady" Okafor.........................................................................................2011

BIG EAST ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS

Laurie St. Jean.......................................................................................................1983 Kathy Finn..............................................................................................................1983 Britt King.................................................................................................................1986 Doris Sable.................................................................................................1986, 1987 Mary Burke.............................................................................................................1987 Andrea Magnum......................................................................................1989, 1990 Liz Lawlor...............................................................................................................1989 Dottie VanGheem................................................................................................1990 Tracy Lis........................................................................................... 1990, 1991, 1992 Shanya Evans........................................................................................................1991 Lucie Fontanella...................................................................................................1993 Sonya Lewis...........................................................................................................1993

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Kathy Finn........................................................................................................1983-84

BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Tracy Lis.............................................................................................................1988-89

BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR

Bob Foley..........................................................................................................1985-86

BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER

Andrea Magnum..................................................................................................1990

BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Joan Powers.....................................................................................................1985-86

BIG EAST ACADEMIC ALL-STAR TEAM SELECTIONS

Dottie VanGheem........................................................................ 1988, 1989, 1990 Ann Marie Kennedy.................................................................... 1990, 1991, 1992 Stephanie Cole.....................................................................................................1991 Stephanie Goettsche.................................................................. 1992, 1993, 1994 Lori Penrod.................................................................................... 1994, 1995, 1996 Jen Davis......................................................................................... 1995, 1996, 1997 Shannon Bresnahan...........................................................................................1996 Jennifer Malone...................................................................................................1996 Sarah Miller............................................................................................................1996 Mandy Saunders......................................................................................1996, 1998 Kerri Sullivan................................................................................. 1996, 1998, 1999 Ayanna Walden....................................................................................................1996 Maureen Fitzgerald.............................................................................................1997 Meghan Hinds.................................................................. 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Chrissy Vozab.................................................................... 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Julie Wheeler.........................................................................................................1998 Zahra Williams......................................................................................................1999 Amy Drechsler........................................................................................................ 200 Monika Roberts....................................................................................................2000 Jen Gombotz.........................................................................................................2000 Steffanie Shoop....................................................................................................2000 Dani Trippany............................................................................................2000, 2002 Katie Keefe..................................................................................... 2002, 2003, 2004 Andrea Horvath.......................................................................................2002, 2003 Brooke Freeburg..................................................................................................2003 Kristin Quinn.........................................................................................................2003 Jill Furstenburg.....................................................................................................2005 Jennifer Cannada ........................................................................ 2005, 2006, 2007 Kristen Brown...........................................................................................2005, 2006 Aga Lorenc.................................................................................................2007, 2008 Emily Cournoyer.............................................................. 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Brittany Dorsey.........................................................................................2009, 2010 Jessica Clark...............................................................................................2009, 2010 Trinity Hull..............................................................................................................2009 Chandler McCabe..................................................................................20010, 2011 Lola Wells................................................................................................................2010 Tiffany Hurd...........................................................................................................2011

BIG EAST SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM HONOREE

Tracy Lis...................................................................................................................2004

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#$ Notre Dame 15-1 7-1 8-0 35-4 17-1 11-2 7-1 $ St. John's 13-3 6-2 7-1 24-10 13-3 8-4 3-3 $ Connecticut 13-3 6-2 7-1 33-5 19-2 10-2 4-1 $ Georgetown 11-5 4-4 7-1 23-9 10-4 10-3 3-2 ^ West Virginia 11-5 6-2 5-3 24-10 14-3 5-5 5-2 ^ Rutgers 10-6 6-2 4-4 22-10 12-3 6-6 4-1 ^ Louisville 10-6 6-2 4-4 23-10 11-2 10-7 2-1 ^ DePaul 9-7 6-2 3-5 23-11 14-3 7-5 2-3 USF 8-8 5-3 3-5 19-16 11-3 5-7 3-6 Villanova 6-10 5-3 1-7 19-15 9-4 7-10 3-1 Cincinnati 6-10 2-6 4-4 16-16 8-7 5-8 3-1 Syracuse 6-10 2-6 4-4 22-15 9-6 10-5 3-4 Providence 5-11 4-4 1-6 13-17 8-6 4-10 1-1 Marquette 4-12 3-5 1-7 14-17 10-6 2-8 2-3 Seton Hall 1-15 0-8 1-7 8-23 3-12 3-9 2-2 Pittsburgh 0-16 0-8 0-8 8-22 6-11 0-10 2-1

2012 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Stefanie Dolson, Connecticut Bria Hartley, Connecticut Kayla McBride, Notre Dame Devereaux Peters, Notre Dame Shenneika Smith, St. John's 2012 BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Connecticut

# clinched BIG EAST regular-season title $ clinched BIG EAST Championship First & Second-Round byes ^ clinched BIG EAST Championship First-Round Bye

2011-12 ALL-BIG EAST CONFERENCE TEAMS / MAJOR AWARDS FIRST TEAM Bria Hartley, So., G, Connecticut *Tiffany Hayes, Sr., G, Connecticut *Anna Martin, Jr., G, DePaul *Sugar Rodgers, Jr., G, Georgetown Shoni Schimmel, So., G, Louisville *Skylar Diggins, Jr., G, Notre Dame Natalie Novosel, Sr., G, Notre Dame Devereaux Peters, Grad., F, Notre Dame Khadijah Rushdan, R-Sr., G, Rutgers Shenneika Smith, Jr., G, St. John's Asya Bussie, Jr., C, West Virginia SECOND TEAM Dayeesha Hollins, R-So., G, Cincinnati Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Fr., F, Connecticut April Sykes, Sr., G/F, Rutgers Nadirah McKenith, Jr., G, St. John's Da'Shena Stevens, Sr., F, St. John's Jasmine Crew, Sr., G, Seton Hall Jasmine Wynne, Sr., G, USF Kayla Alexander, Jr., C, Syracuse Iasia Hemingway, Sr., F, Syracuse Laura Sweeney, Jr., F, Villanova HONORABLE MENTION Stefanie Dolson, So., C, Connecticut Katherine Harry, Jr., F, DePaul Tia Magee, Sr., F, Georgetown Katherine Plouffe, So., F, Marquette Monique Oliver, Jr., F/C, Rutgers Christal Caldwell, R-So., G, West Virginia FRESHMAN TEAM *Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Fr., F, Connecticut Kiah Stokes, Fr., C, Connecticut *Brittany Hrynko, Fr., G, DePaul *Bria Smith, Fr., G, Louisville 56 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

Arlesia Morse, Fr., G, Marquette *Brianna Kiesel, Fr., G, Pittsburgh Betnijah Laney, Fr., G/F, Rutgers Amber Thompson, Fr., F, St. John's Lauren Burford, R-Fr., F, Villanova Linda Stepney, Fr., G, West Virginia * unanimous selection BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR Skylar Diggins, Jr., G, Notre Dame BIG EAST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Fr., F, Connecticut BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR Kim Barnes Arico, St. John's BIG EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Devereaux Peters, Grad., F, Notre Dame BIG EAST MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD Jasmine Wynne, Sr., G, USF BIG EAST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Deanna Ortiz, Sr., G, DePaul Da'Shena Stevens, Sr., F, St. John's BIG EAST SIXTH-MAN AWARD Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Fr., F, Connecticut BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Da'Shena Stevens, Sr., F, St. John's Andrea Mangum, is one of three players in program history to score over 1,000 points and grab over 1,000 rebounds for the Friars. She was named BIG EAST Most Outstanding Player at the conclusion of the 1990 BIG EAST Championship.


HELEN BERT - A TRUE PIONEER A TRUE PIONEER FOR WOMEN'S ATHLETICS AT PROVIDENCE COLLEGE The Providence College community lost a great friend, and long-time supporter on September 30, 2002, with the passing of Helen A. Bert. Bert was a former coordinator of women's athletics and an associate athletic director at Providence College, and is known by many as the "Original Lady Friar." Widely known as a pioneer of female athletics, Bert was appointed as the first woman in the Providence athletic department in 1971 by former PC Athletic Director Dave Gavitt. Upon her hiring on September 29, 1971, Gavitt said: "We are delighted to get a woman of Mrs. Bert's caliber to head up our Women's Recreation Department. With the arrival of women on the Providence College campus, we are doing all in our power to give the girls a well rounded recreational and physical education program." In the fall of 1971, Providence College, which had previously only admitted males, had accepted 300 females into the student body. Lisa Connolly Gilbride was a freshman in that class. She played tennis and basketball for the Friars and was the first woman to earn the College's Athlete of the Year honor in 1975. After graduating, she was hired by Bert, her former tennis coach, to be the women's tennis coach at Providence. "When women first arrived at PC, they had not anticipated that there would be a need for women to have athletic activities, " Gilbride stated. "Dave (Gavitt) hired Helen to look after the women. Helen created the women's center, which welcomed all the female students, not just the athletes. She arrived at PC at the beginning of Title IX and never stopped crusading for the female athletes. It was through her that we learned about passion, vision and courage." Bert began as the Coordinator of Women's Athletics and was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director in 1974. She was promoted to Associate Athletic Director under Lou Lamoriello in 1982. Under Bert's tutelage, 12 Division I varsity women's sports were established as well as the first athletic scholarships given to women's basketball players in 1975. Her programs gained regional and national attention and produced several All-Americans. Ray Treacy, who is the Director of Cross Country and Track & Field Operations at Providence College was hired by Bert in 1984 to be the Women's Cross Country and Track & Field Head Coach. "Mrs. Bert was a true champion for women's athletics at Providence," Treacy stated. "The track and cross country programs are a beneficiary of her vision." Bert graduated from Hunter College in New York, N.Y. She served as athletic director and coach of the girls' basketball team at Cardinal Spellman High School in New York before joining the PC athletic department. On February 24, 1984, Bert was inducted into the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame, becoming the first woman inductee at PC. In addition, she also was inducted into the North Providence Sports Hall of Fame in 1989 and the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame in 1996. After 17 years at Providence College, Bert retired in 1988, but her vision remained intact as did her presence at the College. The Westin Hotel in Providence, R.I. was the site for a hugely successful Gala honoring the Friar legend on April 16th. Friends and colleagues hailed her as “a true champion”, “inspirational”, and “a gifted educator." Lesley Visser of CBS Sports, was the keynote speaker, while local CBS affiliate televsion anchor Karen Adams emceed the event. Arthur Bert, Helen Bert's son, also gave a speech during the event. Dave Gavitt and Britt King were among the remaining speakers. Gavitt is a served as Athletic Director at Providence College from 1971-82. Gavitt also served as the men's basketball coach at PC from 1969-79. Britt King is a 1986 graduate of Providence College and was a four-year member of the Friar women's basketball team. On February 6, 2010, Bert was honored at halftime of the Providence women's basketball game versus Pittsburgh. An honorary jersey was hung in Alumni Hall, bearing her name, along with former Friar great Kathy Finn. Bert and Finn are the first to be honored with a jersey retirement ceremony for women's basketball. Members of Bert's family were on hand for the ceremony. Bert is missed by many, but her passion, vision and courage will live on through the continued improvement of women's athletics at the College.

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HELEN BERT - A TRUE PIONEER “Mrs. Bert was a guardian angel for women’s sports at PC. Her dedication and hardwork on behalf of the female student-athletes was incredible and unbelievable. Anyone who had a chance to meet or work with Mrs. Bert never forgot the experience. I feel blessed to have had Mrs. Bert in my life.” -- Britt King ‘86 • Former Providence College women’s basketball player. “There is no greater person that I have ever had the pleasure of working with. She fueled the start of women's intercollegiate athletics at Providence College. She was very passionate in her work and she took complete ownership of the task in front of her, which was to build a program. She did that with great success and pride." -- Lou Lamoriello '63 • Served as Head Coach of the men's ice hockey team and Athletic Director at Providence College (1982-1987) and is now the General Manager/CEO and President of the New Jersey Devils (NHL) and the New Jersey Nets (NBA). Lamoriello also is a member of the Friar Athletic Hall of Fame.

On January 20, 2007, the Providence College athletic department welcomed members of Helen Bert's family to celebrate the opening of the Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge, located on the second floor of Alumni Hall. Prior to the Friars' game against Marquette on that day, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony. Bert's family also was presented with a gift honoring the late Helen Bert during a halftime ceremony. The event was attended by friends, family, administrators and faculty, along with the presence of countless alumni. The Helen Bert StudentAthlete Lounge provides an area for all varsity student-athletes to study in a quiet setting. The lounge offers a seating area, six computer stations and print services. On February 6, 2010, the College retired a uniform jersey in Bert's honor. The jersey is currently displayed in Alumni Hall, along with former Friar great Kathy Finn.

“Helen Bert willed women’s athletics into existence and success at Providence College. Her desire to provide a quality opportunity for women was always her goal. She is one of the most remarkable individuals I have had the privilege to work with.” -- Mike Tranghese • Sports Information Director at Providence College from 1972-79. He now serves as the Commissioner of the BIG EAST Conference. “Helen Bert was fantastic. She paved the way for women’s athletics at Providence College and did it with intelligence and without shortcuts." -- Dave Gavitt • Former Athletic Director at Providence College from 197182. Gavitt also served as the men's basketball coach at PC from 1969-79. Was appointed Commissioner of the BIG EAST Conference in 1982. Gavitt now serves on the Board of Directors at the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. "Helen Bert was obviously one of the 'true pioneers' of the women’s movement through her role in athletics. She worked tirelessly in her efforts to give us equality in every way, but more importantly, to convince us of our own strength, independence, and abilities. Her legacy is a generation of women who believe in themselves and that their capablilites are limitless." --Lisa (Connolly) Gilbride • Played tennis and women's basketball for the Friars and was the first female to earn the College's Athlete of the Year honor in 1975. After graduating, she was hired by Bert, her former tennis coach, to be the women's tennis coach at Providence. She also was a member of the women's basketball coaching staff with the Friars. "The first person who comes to mind when you think of women's athletics at Providence College is Helen Bert. She was a pioneer for women's athletics, who gave a lot of young women the opportunity to participate on the collegiate level. Helen was way ahead of her time in pushing for equality of women's athletics." --Joe Mullaney, Jr. '78 • Served as head women's basketball coach at Providence College from 1980-83 and now serves as the associate head coach of the women's basketball program at Villanova University. He also played for the men's basketball team at Providence during his years as an undergraduate from 1975-80.

Dedication of the Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge.

Halftime ceremony for dedication of Helen Bert Student-Athlete Lounge.

Jersey retirement ceremony for Helen Bert and Kathy Finn.

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ALL-TIME FRIAR GREATS MARY ANN McCOY (1976-80) Mary Ann McCoy was a two-sport athlete and one of the pioneers who helped to build Friar women's basketball from the ground up. With McCoy on the roster, the Friars were 82-27, and helped lead Providence College to its first-ever 20-win season. She became the first player in Friar women's basketball history to score over 1,000 points and pull down over 1,000 rebounds. McCoy ranks third all-time in rebounding (1,056) and tied for 17th in career scoring (1,224). LYNN SHEEDY (1976-80) Lynn Sheedy could be one of the greatest female athletes to wear a Friar uniform. Not only did she play basketball in her four year career but also excelled in field hockey and softball. In 1979, she was named Providence College’s Female Athlete of the Year. After graduating from the College in 1980, Sheedy became an assistant coach under Joe Mullaney, Jr. In 1983, three years after graduating from Providence, took over as head coach until 1985. In two seasons at the helm, she led the Friars to a 33-21 record. She was inducted into the Friar Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. Sheedy led the Friars in assists during each of her four seasons on the team. To date, Sheedy ranks third all-time at PC in assists (571) and 14th all-time in career scoring with 1,261 points. KERRY PHAYRE (1980-83) Kerry Phayre made her mark in the Providence College record books in just three seasons with the Friar women's basketball team. Phayre earned KODAK District I AllAmerica Team honors and BIG EAST Honorable Mention honors in 1983. In 1982, she set the record for field goal percentage in a single game after connecting on 10-of-10 (1.000) attempts from the field versus Manhattan on 12/5/82. Phayre led the Friars in assists during each of her three seasons and ranks fifth all-time in career assists with 432. She also ranks 12th all-time in scoring with 1,269 points. KATHY FINN (1980-84) Kathy Finn is the only player in PC history to be named BIG EAST Player of the Year. A tri-captain on the 1983-84 squad, Finn is one of the most outstanding athletes to ever enroll at Providence. She was a two-time PC Athlete of the Year and Kodak District I All-America selection. At the time of her graduation in 1984, she set 10 Friar records and finished her career first all-time in scoring with 1,942 points. Finn led the Friars in scoring and steals during each of her four seasons with the program. To date, Finn ranks second on the all-time scoring list and also ranks seventh all-time in assists (407) and eighth in rebounding (754). Member of Friar Athletic Hall of Fame. She became the first player in program history to have her jersey retired in a ceremony on Feb. 6, 2010. 60 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

LAURIE ST. JEAN (1980-84) Laurie St. Jean started in 90-consecutive games from 1981 to 1984. In those three years, she led the Friars to a 68-22 record. In her sophomore year, she was a First Team District I All-Academic choice and received honorable mention on the University Division Academic All-American Team. Finished career with 1,005 points. BRITT KING (1982-86) The all-time rebounding leader in Friar history, Britt King helped the Friars leap to their first-ever BIG EAST regular season championship as well as their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. King still holds every rebounding record at PC including most in a game (22 vs Pittsburgh on 1/2/85), in a season (398 in 1984-85) and in a career (1,205). A two-time Kodak All-District I First Team member, she also was a First Team All-BIG EAST Conference selection. One of three players in program history to record over 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds. King ranks seventh all-time in scoring with 1,531 points. Member of the Providence Athletic Hall of Fame. MARY BURKE (1983-87) Considered to be the iron horse of Friar women's basketball history, Mary Burke played in 115 of 116 games in her four-year career. In 1987, she was named to the Kodak All-District I Team, BIG EAST All-Conference Team and became the first female recipient of the ECAC Award of Valor. In the same year, she was named Providence College’s Co-Female Athlete of the Year as well as R.I. Female Athlete of the Year by the Women’s Sports Foundation. To date, Burke ranks fifth all-time in career scoring with 1,672 points and is ninth all-time in career rebounding with 740 boards. Member of Friar Athletic Hall of Fame. DORIS SABLE (1983-87) Doris Sable led the Friars in assists during three of her four seasons with the Friars. Sable earned BIG EAST All-Rookie Team honors in 1983-84, becoming the first player to do so in program history. She also earned All-BIG EAST Second-Team honors in 198586 and First-Team recognition in 1986-87. Sable led the BIG EAST Conference in assists as a senior, and was selected to the KODAK District I All-America Team as well as Providence College’s Co-Female Athlete of the Year. She was a member of the 1987 Women’s NIT All-Tournament Team and the BIG EAST Conference All-Tournament Team, twice, in 1986 and 1987. She currently ranks second all-time in career assists with 602, and 10th all-time in career scoring with 1,372 points. Sable is a member of the Friar Athletic Hall of Fame. On January 13, 2012, she was awarded the prestigious NCAA Silver Anniversary Award.


ALL-TIME FRIAR GREATS DOREEN FERGUSON (1984-88) Ferguson was part of the Providence's first-ever NCAA Team. In 1988, she led the team in scoring with 425 (15.7 ppg), and was tabbed as a Second-Team All-BIG EAST selection. To date, Ferguson is tied for 26th all-time on PC's career scoring list with 1,039 points. She also ranks 16th at Providence College all-time in career rebounding with 660 rebounds. ANDREA MANGUM (1986-90) Andrea Mangum led the Friars to a school record 27 wins and the East Regional semifinals of the NCAA Tournament during the 1989-90 season. She led the Friars in rebounds during each of her four seasons and earned KODAK District I All-America honors twice. She was a First Team All-BIG EAST selection and MVP of the 1990 BIG EAST Tournament. Mangum is one of three players in program history to score 1,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds. To date, Mangum ranks fourth all-time in scoring (1,679 points) and second in rebounding (1,063). Mangum was inducted into the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. DOTTIE VanGHEEM (1986-90) In 1990, Dottie Van Gheem became the first Friar basketball player to earn GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-America Women’s Basketball First Team honors. In the same year, she led the team in scoring and was second in rebounding and earned First-Team All-BIG EAST honors. In addition, she was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team as the Friars captured their first-ever Conference crown. After leading the Friars to their first “Sweet 16” appearance in 1990, she was named to the NCAA East Regional All-Tournament Team and the KODAK District I All-America Team. To date, Van Gheem ranks 13th all-time in career scoring (1,267 points) and 21st all-time in rebounding (581). SHANYA EVANS (1987-91) Shanya Evans currently ranks fifth all-time in career assists among NCAA Division I players all-time with 987. Additionally, she is one of only nine players in NCAA history to dish over 900 assists. In 1988, she earned BIG EAST All-Rookie honors and was named to the All-BIG EAST Third Team in 1989. Evans garnered All-BIG EAST First Team recognition in 1990 and 1991. She also was named to the ECAC Division I All-Star Team in 1991. In her final three years at PC, she helped lead the Friars to consecutive NCAA appearances including their first-ever trip to the “Sweet 16” (1990). She was presented the Basketball Hall of Fame’s Francis Pomeroy Naismith Award in 1991. Evans ranks first all-time in assists (971) and 16th all-time in scoring (1,246 points). Evans is a member of the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame.

HELEN JESSIE-MENCY (1986-91) An integral part of PC’s “Sweet 16” squad in 1990, Jessie-Mency was named to three All-Tournament Teams during her career. She led the Friars, and the BIG EAST, in steals as a senior year with 94 thefts and a total of 54 steals in league games, which was a BIG EAST record at the time. During her final season, the tri-captain became the 16th player in school history to reach 1,000 points. To date, Mency is tied for 17th all-time in scoring with 1,224 career points. STEPHANIE COLE (1988-92) Stephanie Cole helped the Friars tally 20plus wins in each of her four years with the program. In her final season, Cole was a Third Team All-BIG EAST selection. Cole currently ranks 11th in all-time at PC in scoring with 1,321 career points and sixth all-time in assists with 412. TRACY LIS (1988-92) Tracy Lis is one of the greatest players ever to wear a Friar uniform. She is the all-time scoring leader at Providence and ranks fourth all-time in scoring in BIG EAST action (1,296). During her career from 1988-92, she set 14 records, and is the only player to surpass the 2,000-point plateau at PC. In 1990, she led the Friars to the “Sweet 16,” and in 1991, propelled the program to its highest ranking in the AP Poll (15th). In 1991, she achieved a Providence College and BIG EAST Conference first when she was named Sports Illustrated Player of the Week, twice. Lis was a two-time First Team All-BIG EAST selection. She also received the BIG EAST Special Acheivement Award and was named ECAC Player of the Year in 1992. Lis played professionally for the New England Blizzard (ABL). To date, Lis ranks first in career scoring (2,534 points) and fifth all-time in rebounding (821 rebounds). Lis was inducted into the Providence College Hall Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. Lis also was named to the BIG EAST Conference Silver Anniversary Team. LUCIE FONTANELLA (1990-94) A KODAK Honorable Mention All-America selection, Fontanella was a two-time captain for the Friars. She currently ranks eighth all-time in scoring with 1,446 points and 10th all-time in rebounding with 735 career boards. A three-year starter for Providence, she was a member of the 1990-91 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. In 1994 she was named to the All-BIG EAST Third Team and BIG EAST All-Tournament Team. Fontanella led PC in steals and field-goal percentage during her senior year. Known more for her heart and leadership, Fontanella played professional basketball in Portugal, then served as an Assistant Coach for her Alma Mater during the 1995-96 season, under Bob Foley. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 61


ALL-TIME FRIAR GREATS STEFANIE GOETTSCHE (1990-94) Stefanie Goettsche currently ranks 11th alltime in rebounding with 733 career boards and 23rd all-time in career scoring with 1,104 points. In 1994, she led the Friars in scoring and rebounding and was named a KODAK Honorable Mention All-America and a First Team All-BIG EAST selection. She also was named to the GTE/CoSIDA District I All-Academic Team. In one of her best performances, she tallied 24 points on 9-11 shooting and added a career high 18 rebounds in a win over Georgetown. She later scored her career high of 25 points in a 93-82 victory over Pittsburgh in PC's season finale. Goettsche also led the Friars in blocked shots during back-to-back season in 1992-93 and 199394, and was a three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

CHELSEA MARANDOLA (2005-10) Marandola was a three-time All-BIG EAST selection for the Friars. She earned AllFreshman honors in 2006 and was named to the Second-Team in 2007. At the conclusion of the 2010 campaign, Marandola was selected to the All-BIG EAST First-Team. She led the Friars to their first post-season appearance since 1992, advancing to the Quarterfinal Round of the WNIT. In 119 career games, Marandola posted double digits in the scoring column 99 times, including 33 of 34 games as a senior. She currently ranks third on the Friars' all-time scoring list with 1,795 points and 17th in rebounding with 651 boards. Upon completion of her collegiate career, she played professional in Austria.

SONYA LEWIS (1990-94) The 1992-93 Friar women's basketball season was the year of Sonya Lewis. Plagued by injuries throughout most of her career, she was able to show her stuff during her junior campaign. Lewis was rewarded as an All-BIG EAST Third-Team selection at season's end. After scoring a then-league record 97 points in four BIG EAST Conference Tournament games in 1993, Lewis was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team. In just 93 career games, Lewis scored 1,028 points and currently ranks 28th all-time in scoring at PC. She also ranks 13th all-time in career assists with 290. She also recorded 305 rebounds and 111 steals in her career. NADINE MALCOLM (1993-97) Nadine Malcolm became the quickest Friar to reach the 1,000 point plateau, doing so in only 54 career games. Malcolm was an All-ECAC First Team and All-BIG EAST Second Team selection in her final two seasons with the Friars. A broken wrist sidelined her as a freshman and a stress fracture sidelined her as a sophomore. She was a two-time KODAK All-America Honorable Mention, one of only two Friars to be named to the team twice. Malcolm was the first women's basketball player from Providence College to play professionally in the WNBA. Prior to the WNBA, Malcolm also played in the ABL. Malcolm currently ranks sixth all-time in career scoring (1,649 points) and 14th all-time in rebounding (688 rebounds). KERRI CHATTEN (1994-98) Chatten played three years for PC before suffering an ankle injury during her final season, in which she played 10 games. Chatten was selected as an All-BIG EAST Third Team honoree in 1997. She also was named to the All-Rookie Team as a freshman. To date, Chatten ranks ninth all-time in career scoring at Providence with 1,378 points and 12th all-time in rebounding with 726 boards. 62 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

Mary Ann McCoy '80 became the first woman in Friar history to score over 1,000 points and pull down over 1,000 rebounds. McCoy also helped the Friars to their first-ever 20-win season in 1977-78.

Nadine Malcolm '97 became the first women's basketball player from Providence College to play professionally in the WNBA.


ALL-TIME TOURNAMENTS IN-SEASON TOURNAMENTS

1977-78 QUEENS INVITATIONAL (Flushing, N.Y.) 12/27/77 Old Dominion 63, Providence 44 12/28/77 Fordham 58, Providence 49 NORTHERN SATELLITE TOURNAMENT (Portland, Maine) 3/3/78 Providence 58, Maine 44 3/4/78 Providence 67, Massachusetts 61

1977-78 BROWN INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 12/1/78 Providence 81, Mercy 49 12/2/78 Rhode Island 62, Providence 59 12/3/78 Seton Hall 65, Providence 59 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT INVITATIONAL (New Haven, Conn.) 12/8/78 Providence 63, North Texas State 62 12/9/78 Cheyney State 61, Providence 33 12/10/78 Providence 61, St. John’s 56 1979-80 KEAN COLLEGE TOURNAMENT (Union, N.J.) 12/27/79 Seton Hall 53, Providence 50 12/28/79 Providence 59, Sacred Heart 42 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 1/11/80 Providence 59, Momouth 48 1/12/80 Providence 50, Cheyney State 46 1980-81 COCA-COLA CLASSIC (Detroit, Mich.) 12/21/80 Detroit 69, Providence 46 12/22/80 Cheyney State 66, Providence 46 LA SALLE CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT (Philadelphia, Pa.) 12/28/80 Providence 78, Long Island 57 12/29/80 LaSalle 71, Providence 66 12/30/80 Providence 74, Monmouth 70 (OT) PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 1/9/81 Massachusetts 71, Providence 60 1/10/81 Providence 64, Rhode Island 59 1981-82 CONCORDIA CLASSIC (Montreal, Canada) 11/26/81 Providence 71, McGill 69 11/27/81 Providence 70, Bishop 69 BIG EAST INVITATIONAL (Jamaica, N.Y.) 12/28/81 Providence 62, Seton Hall 56 12/29/81 Villanova 68, Providence 56 12/30/81 St. John’s 73, Providence 48 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 1/15/82 Providence 72, C.W. Post 46 1/16/82 Providence 58, Monmouth 52 1982-83 JACOB BEST INVITATIONAL (West Kingston, R.I.) 12/28/82 Providence 62, St. Joseph’s 60 12/29/82 Providence 82, Concordia 69 12/30/82 Providence 75, Rhode Island 66 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 1/14/83 Providence 76, Maine 49 1/15/83 Providence 82, Montclair State 60

1984-85 PENN STATE COCA-COLA CLASSIC (State College, Pa.) 11/22/85 Penn State 93, Providence 68 11/23/85 Providence 82, Minnesota 74 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 12/7/85 Providence 80, Holy Cross 64 12/8/85 Vanderbilt 98, Providence 82 HOUSTON TOURNAMENT (Houston, Tex.) 12/27/85 Providence 81, Detroit 68 12/28/85 Providence 65, Houston 59 1986-87 AMANA-HAWKEYE CLASSIC (Iowa City, Iowa) 11/29/86 Tennessee 86, Providence 70 11/30/86 Providence 74, Boston University 50 LADY FRIAR COCA-COLA CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/6/86 Providence 90, Delaware 58 12/7/86 Providence 102, Miami (Ohio) 91 LA SALLE TOURNAMENT (Philadelphia, Pa.) 12/27/86 Providence 124, Siena 69 12/28/86 James Madison 80, Providence 73 12/29/86 Providence 80, Connecticut 73 1987-88 LADY SUNSHINE CLASSIC (Lakeland, Fla.) 11/27/87 Auburn 107, Providence 69 11/28/87 Duke 85, Providence 82 LADY FRIAR COCA-COLA CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/5/87 Providence 83, Maine 78 12/6/87 Duke 85, Providence 75 WRAL-NORTH CAROLINA STATE CLASSIC (Raleigh, N.C.) 12/28/87 North Carolina State 95, Providence 76 12/29/87 Ohio State 85, Providence 67 1988-89 LADY FRIAR COCA-COLA CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/3/88 Providence 77, Marist 53 12/4/88 Providence 100, SMU 94 B.I.W. MAINE HOLIDAY HOOP CLASSIC (Portland, Maine) 12/28/88 Providence 79, Georgia State 73 12/29/88 Providence 85, Maine 69 NORTHERN LIGHTS INVITATIONAL (Anchorage, Alaska) 2/24/89 Providence 89, Alaska-Anchorage 78 2/25/89 S.F. Austin 95, Providence 80 2/26/89 San Diego State 77, Providence 69 1989-90 COLORADO COORS CLASSIC (Boulder, Colo.) 11/24/89 Providence 113, Eastern Michigan 97 11/25/89 Colorado 78, Providence 70 LADY FRIAR COCA-COLA CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/2/89 Providence 95, Wagner 58 12/3/89 Providence 112, North Carolina State 111 (OT) STANFORD LADY CARDINAL CLASSIC (Satnford, Calif.) 12/29/89 Providence 106, DePaul 92 12/30/89 Stanford 89, Providence 64

1983-84 GEORGE WASHINGTON TOURNAMENT (Washington., D.C.) 12/2/83 Providence 84, American 71 12/2/83 George Washington 62, Providence 61 12/3/83 Howard 59, Providence 54 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 12/10/83 Providence 112, Harvard 48 12/11/83 Providence 77, Holy Cross 65 MIAMI MASONIC CLASSIC (Miami, Fla.) 12/28/83 Providence 70, Miami 60 12/29/83 Providence 65, Duke 64 12/30/83 Providence 78, Monmouth 39 1984-85 WARNER CLASSIC (Fairfield, Conn.) 12/1/84 Providence 63, Massachusetts 47 12/2/84 Fairfield 61, Providence 55 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE INVITATIONAL (Providence, R.I.) 12/8/84 Providence 81, Delaware 65 12/9/84 Penn State 110, Providence 55 OLD DOMINION/OPTIMIST CLASSIC (Norfolk, Va.) 12/21/84 Old Dominion 98, Providence 62 12/22/84 Northern Illinois 79, Providence 77

Lucie Fontanella '94 was a two-time captain and three-year starter for Providence. She currently ranks eighth all-time in scoring with 1,466 points.

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ALL-TIME TOURNAMENTS 1990-91 HARVARD INVITATIONAL (Cambridge, Mass.) 11/24/90 Providence 109, North Carolina 105 11/25/90 Providence 118, Harvard 96 LADY FRIAR COCA-COLA CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/1/90 Providence 95, Hartford 57 12/2/90 Providence 91, Colorado 90 PEPSI-CHURCH’S HOLIDAY CLASSIC (Miami, Fla.) 12/28/90 Michigan State 91, Providence 71 12/29/90 Providence 105, Florida International 98 12/30/90 Providence 115, Grambling 84 1991-92 RAINBOW WAHINE CLASSIC (Honolulu, Hawaii) 11/29/91 Montana 95, Providence 94 (OT) 11/30/91 Providence 116, Ball State 88 12/1/91 Providence 84, San Diego 68 CLEARLY CANADIAN CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/7/91 Providence 91, Fordham 86 12/8/91 Providence 121, Bowling Green 95 1992-93 CLEARLY CANADIAN CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/5/92 Providence 85, Siena 67 12/6/92 Providence 74, Montana 63 ARIZONA CLASSIC (Tucson, Ariz.) 12/27/92 Providence 82, Fairfield 79 12/28/92 Arizona 70, Providence 68 1993-94 WESTERN STATE SHOWDOWN (Missoula, Mont.) 12/28/93 Old Dominion 80, Providence 77 12/29/93 Montana 89, Providence 76 1994-95 NORTHERN LIGHTS TOURNAMENT (Anchorage, Alaska) 12/19/94 Providence 73, William & Mary 58 12/20/94 Clemson 88, Providence 79 12/21/94 Providence 105, UNC-Greensboro 100 1996-97 CENTRAL FLORIDA HOLIDAY CLASSIC (Orlando, Fla.) 12/28/96 Auburn 85, Providence 51 12/29/96 Providence 84, UNC-Charlotte 63 12/30/96 Providence 79, Eastern Washington 77 1997-98 SAN JUAN SHOOTOUT (San Juan, Puerto Rico) 11/28/97 Providence 88, Puerto Rico 45 11/29/97 Illinois 106, Providence 74 11/30/97 Providence 86, Detroit 76

2003-2004 LMU - FURAMA HOTEL THANKSGIVING CLASSIC (Los Angeles, Calif.) 11/28/03 Loyola Marymount 56, Providence 45 11/29/03 Oregon State 60, Providence 50 LA SALLE INVITATIONAL (Philadelphia, Pa.) 12/29/03 Bucknell 79, Providence 66 12/30/03 Providence 69, Coppin State 61 2004-05 AIRPORT UNIVERSITY INN THANKSGIVING CLASSIC (Albuquerque, N.M.) 11/26/04 Gonzaga 85, Providence 38 11/27/04 Missouri 81, Providence 48 2006-07 UNC GREENSBORO THANKSGIVING CLASSIC (Greensboro, N.C.) 11/24/06 Providence 79, North Carolina A&T 64 11/25/06 UNC Greensboro 72, Providence 68 2007-08 FIU THANKSGIVING CLASSIC (Miami, Fla.) 11/23/07 Providence 71, Florida International 60 11/24/07 Illinois 60, Providence 59 2008-09 KCRG-TV9 HAWKEYE CLASSIC (Iowa City, Iowa) 11/22/08 Providence 68, Portland 61 (OT) 11/23/08 Iowa 64, Providence 46 TULANE DOUBLETREE CLASSIC (New Orleans, La.) 12/20/08 Providence 67, Southeast Missouri State 59 12/21/08 Tulane 68, Providence 46 2009-10 WARNER CENTER MARRIOTT CLASSIC (Northridge, Calif.) 11/27/09 Pepperdine 64, Providence 51 11/28/09 Providence 73, Northern Colorado 47 2010-11 JUNKANOO JAM (Freeport, Grand Bahama Island) 11/26/10 Arizona State 63, Providence 56 11/27/10 Alabama 82, Providence 80 (3OT) BROWN BEAR CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/3/10 Providence 55, Brown 30 12/4/10 Florida 73, Providence 56 2011-12 BROWN BEAR CLASSIC (Providence, R.I.) 12/3/11 Providence 75, Fairfield 43 12/4/11 Brown 70, Providence 57

POST-SEASON TOURNAMENTS

1998-99 DE PAUL CLASSIC (Chicago, Ill.) 11/27/98 DePaul 89, Providence 36 11/28/98 Providence 81, New Mexico State 70

1975-1976 E.A.I.A.W. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT (Cortland, N.Y.) 3/5/76 Providence 62, Bridgeport 40 3/11/76 Southern CT 85, Providence 51 3/12/76 Springfield 66, Providence 52

1999-00 MEMPHIS LADY TIGER CLASSIC (Memphis, Tenn.) 11/26/99 Memphis 72, Providence 59 11/27/99 Samford 73, Providence 72 (OT) TULANE DOUBLETREE CLASSIC (New Orleans, La.) 12/27/99 Tulane 81, Providence 57 12/28/99 Providence 82, Lehigh 62

1976-1977 E.A.I.A.W. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/10/77 Bridgewater State 72, Providence 71 3/10/77 Providence 60, Rhode Island 57 3/11/77 Providence 86, Connecticut 58 3/11/77 Brooklyn College 66, Providence 54

2000-2001 SHERATON FOUR POINTS CLASSIC (Minneapolis, Minn.) 11/18/00 Providence 78, Central Michigan 55 11/19/00 Minnesota 88, Providence 60

1977-1978 E.A.I.A.W. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT (Flushing, N.Y.) 3/10/78 Queens 73, Providence 64 3/11/78 Providence 65, Cortland State 61

2001-2002 LADY GRIZ HOLIDAY CLASSIC (Missoula, Mont.) 12/28/01 Montana 60, Providence 59 12/29/01 Idaho 66, Providence 65

1978-1979 E.A.I.A.W. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT (Cortland, N.Y.) 3/2/79 Fordham 56, Providence 55

2002-2003 BANKNORTH CLASSIC (Burlington, Vt.) 11/22/02 Providence 70, Navy 62 11/23/02 Vermont 65, Providence 49

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1979-1980 E.A.I.A.W. NORTHEAST REGIONAL TOURN. (Providence, R.I.) 3/1/80 Providence 71, Syracuse 61 E.A.I.A.W. NORTHEAST REGIONAL TOURN. (Boston, Mass.) 3/8/80 Providence 71, Queens 64 3/9/80 Providence 68, Boston University 58 E.A.I.A.W. NATIONAL TOURNAMENT (Providence, R.I.) 3/15/80 Rutgers 70, Providence 54


ALL-TIME TOURNAMENTS 1980-1981 E.A.I.A.W. NORTHEAST REGIONAL TOURN. (Boston, Mass.) 3/7/81 Boston University 78, Providence 56 1981-1982 E.A.I.A.W. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT (Providence, R.I.) 3/6/82 Northeastern 56, Providence 53 1982-83 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Providence, R.I.) 3/3/83 Providence 56, Boston College 38 3/5/83 Providence 71, Villanova 69 (OT) 3/6/83 St. John’s 74, Providence 63 1983-1984 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Jamaica, N.Y.) 3/2/84 St. John’s 68, Providence 52 1984-1985 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Syracuse, N.Y.) 3/1/85 Boston College73, Providence 59 1985-1986 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Boston, Mass.) 2/28/86 Providence 88, Georgetown 53 3/1/86 Providence 95, Boston College 78 3/2/86 Villanova 71, Providence 60 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (Providence, R.I.) 3/12/86 James Madison 55, Providence 53 1986-1987 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Villanova, Pa.) 2/27/87 Providence 71, Georgetown 56 2/28/87 Boston College 64, Providence 63 WOMEN’S NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURN. (Amarillo, Texas) 3/19/87 Providence 95, DePaul 93 3/20/87 Arkansas 101, Providence 91 3/21/87 Creighton 91, Providence 89 1987-1988 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 3/4/88 St. John’s 71, Providence 64 1988-1989 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (South Orange, N.J.) 3/3/89 Providence 71, Syracuse 59 3/4/89 Providence 68, Villanova 64 3/5/89 Connecticut 89, Providence 65 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (Harrisonburg, Va.) 3/25/89 James Madison 94, Providence 74 1989-1990 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/3/90 Providence 96, Georgetown 71 3/4/90 Providence 89, Pittsburgh 88 3/5/90 Providence 86, Connecticut 61 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (Providence, R.I.) 3/17/90 Providence 77, Maryland 75 NCAA TOURNAMENT EAST REGIONAL (Norfolk, Va.) 3/22/90 Virginia 77, Providence 71 1990-1991 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Washington, D.C.) 3/2/91 Providence 95, Georgetown 91 3/3/91 Providence 107, Pittsburgh 92 3/4/91 Connecticut 79, Providence 74 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (Providence, R.I.) 3/13/91 Providence 88, Fairfield 87 NCAA TOURNAMENT SECOND ROUND (Clemson, S.C.) 3/16/91 Clemson 103, Providence 91

1993-1994 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/5/94 Providence 96, Boston College 86 (OT) 3/6/94 Connecticut 92, Providence 56 1994-1995 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (South Orange, N.J.) 3/3/95 Providence 80, Syracuse 66 3/4/95 Connecticut 92, Providence 63 1995-1996 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/3/96 Seton Hall 69, Providence 67 1996-1997 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (STORRS, CONN.) 3/1/97 Villanova 66, Providence 54 1997-1998 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Piscataway, N.J.) 2/28/98 Boston College 87, Providence 77 1998-1999 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Piscataway, N.J.) 2/27/99 Villanova 68, Providence 59 1999-2000 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/4/00 Villanova 75, Providence 53 2000-2001 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/3/01 Providence 72, Seton Hall 62 3/4/01 Rutgers 69, Providence 58 2001-2002 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Piscataway, N.J.) 3/2/02 Seton Hall 61, Providence 55 2004-05 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Hartford, Conn.) 3/5/05 Villanova 67, Providence 39 2008-09 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Hartford, Conn.) 3/6/09 West Virginia 53, Providence 48 2009-10 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Hartford, Conn.) 3/6/10 Syracuse 76, Providence 71 WNIT FIRST ROUND (Boston, Mass.) 3/18/10 Providence 64, Boston University 58 WNIT SECOND ROUND (Providence, R.I.) 3/22/10 Providence 76, Old Dominion 61 WNIT THIRD ROUND (College Park, Md.) 3/25/10 Providence 77, Maryland 64 WNIT QUARTERFINAL ROUND (Providence, R.I.) 3/28/10 Miami 73, Providence 65 2010-11 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Hartford, Conn.) 3/4/11 Villanova 52, Providence 50 (OT) 2011-12 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Hartford, Conn.) 3/2/12 Syracuse 57, Providence 47

1991-1992 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Storrs, Conn.) 3/7/92 Providence 67, St. John’s 66 3/8/92 Miami 82, Providence 70 NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND (Providence, R.I.) 3/18/92 Toledo 74, Providence 64 1992-1993 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (Providence, R.I.) 3/5/93 Providence 81, Boston College 71 3/6/93 Providence 82, Georgetown 81 3/7/93 Providence 87, Connecticut 73 3/8/93 Miami 77, Providence 56

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ALL-TIME SEASON HIGHS ALL-TIME SEASON HIGHS POINTS SCORED Points Season 3095 1990-91 2783 1989-90 2715 1988-89 2713 1986-87 2649 1991-92

Ave 96.7 87.0 82.3 84.8 88.3

AVERAGE POINTS Average Season 96.7 1990-91 88.3 1991-92 87.0 1989-90 84.8 1986-87 82.3 1985-86

Pts 3095 2649 2783 2713 2469

FIELD GOALS Season 1990-91 1986-87 1989-90 1988-89 1985-86

FG 1148 1063 1013 993 944

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Season FGA 1990-91 2484 1988-89 2089 1989-90 2213 1986-87 2142 1981-82 2074 FIELD GOAL PCT Season 1986-87 1985-86 1983-84 1982-83 1988-89

FG% 0.496 0.492 0.489 0.477 0.475

3-PT FIELD GOALS Season 1994-95 1989-90 2009-10 1993-94 1990-91

3-PT. FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Season FGA 1994-95 713 2009-10 604 1993-94 564 1989-90 562 2006-07 523 1990-91 507 3-PT. FIELD GOAL PCT Season FG% 1991-92 0.360 1988-89 0.358 1989-90 0.352 1996-97 0.351 1990-91 0.345 FREE THROWS Season 1991-92 1990-91 1986-87 1988-89 1985-86

FT 639 624 587 585 581

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Season FTA 1990-91 875 1991-92 847 1985-86 804 1986-87 798 1988-89 791

The first-ever women's basketball team at Providence College began competition during the 1974-75 season. The team was coached by Kay McDonald and posted a 9-4 overall record.

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3FG 235 198 190 185 175

FREE THROW PCT Season 1991-92 1988-89 1986-87 2008-09 2009-10 1989-90 1996-97

FT% .754 .740 .736 .735 .732 .726 .718

REBOUNDS Season 1989-90 1990-91 1992-93 1988-89 1994-95

Reb. 1384 1365 1350 1339 1337

ASSISTS Season Assists 1990-91 622 1989-90 581 1986-87 569 1981-82 531 1991-92 520 BLOCKED SHOTS Season 1977-78 1983-84 2008-09 2009-10 2007-08 1986-87 1999-00 2010-11 2006-07 1988-89

BKS 190 152 151 134 126 119 119 112 117 105

The 1986-87 Friars hold the record for field-goal percentage in a single-season. The team converted 1,063 of 2,142 attempts from the floor for a 0.496 field-goal percentage.


SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BY CLASS SENIOR

JUNIOR

SOPHOMORE

FRESHMAN

POINTS Tracy Lis Mary Burke Chelsea Marandola

767 646 613

POINTS Tracy Lis Nadine Malcolm Sonya Lewis

759 628 520

POINTS Kathy Finn Tracy Lis Chelsea Marandola

562 541 485

POINTS Kerri Chatten Tracy Lis Kathy Finn

475 467 438

SCORING AVERAGE Tracy Lis Mary Burke Nadine Malcolm

25.6 20.8 20.1

SCORING AVERAGE Nadine Malcolm Tracy Lis Sonya Lewis

24.2 23.7 17.3

SCORING AVERAGE Jennifer Mead Chelsea Marandola Nadine Malcolm

19.7 17.3 17.1

SCORING AVERAGE Kerri Chatten Mandy Saunders Kathy Finn

15.3 15.2 15.1

FIELD GOALS Tracy Lis Mary Burke Britt King

261 251 216

FIELD GOALS Tracy Lis Nadine Malcolm Mary Burke

280 214 196

FIELD GOALS Kathy Finn Tracy Lis Laurie St. Jean

237 200 189

FIELD GOALS Kathy Finn Kerri Chatten Tracy Lis

177 165 165

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Tracy Lis Chelsea Marandola Britt King

508 460 449

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Elizabeth Lawlor Tracy Lis Nadine Malcolm

579 538 401

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Kathy Finn Shauna Snyder Tracy Lis

485 408 396

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Kathy Finn Tracy Lis Kerri Chatten

379 369 350

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Elizabeth Lawlor Mary Burke Nadine Malcolm

0.581 0.572 0.568

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Dottie VanGheem Mary Burke Lori Penrod

0.558 0.566 0.537

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Doreen Reynolds Jennifer Mead Laurie St. Jean

0.543 0.540 0.530

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Andrea Mangum Emily Cournoyer Lucy Fontanella

0.561 0.540 0.505

FREE THROWS Tracy Lis Nadine Malcolm Doris Sable

206 162 152

FREE THROWS Nadine Malcolm Tracy Lis Sonya Lewis

185 153 125

FREE THROWS Sonya Lewis Mary Burke Lucie Fontanella

108 107 100

FREE THROWS Mandy Saunders Kerri Chatten Lucy Fontanella

148 124 92

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Tracy Lis Stefanie Goettsche Doris Sable

246 208 202

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Nadine Malcolm Tracy Lis Sonya Lewis

227 153 191

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Sonya Lewis Lucie Fontanella Doris Sable

157 150 144

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Mandy Saunders Kerri Chatten Lucy Fontanella

175 157 127

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Chelsea Marandola Meghan Hinds Laurie St. Jean

0.891 0.877 0.864

REBOUNDS Andrea Mangum Stefanie Goettsche Britt King

295 290 277

REBOUND AVERAGE Stefanie Goettsche Britt King Mary Ellen Buchanan

10.4 9.6 9.3

MINUTES Chelsea Marandola Tracy Lis Kerry Phayre

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Kristin Quinn Trinity Hull Shanya Evans REBOUNDS Britt King Andrea Mangum Nadine Malcolm

0.902 0.882 0.863

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Chelsea Marandola Jill Furstenburg Kristin Quinn

0.906 0.846 0.804

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Mandy Saunders Kristin Quinn Kerri Chatten

0.846 0.826 0.790

398 265 254

REBOUNDS Mary Ann McCoy Britt King Andrea Magnum

278 255 243

REBOUNDS Mary Ann McCoy Britt King Andrea Mangum

278 275 260

14.2 9.8 8.3

REBOUND AVERAGE Mary Ann McCoy Britt King Andrea Mangum

10.7 9.8 9.0

REBOUND AVERAGE Mary Ann McCoy Shantee Darrian Britt King

10.7 9.9 9.1

1166 1077 1060

REBOUND AVERAGE Britt King Nadine Malcolm Shantee Darrian MINUTES Kerry Phayre Chelsea Marandola Kathy Finn

1198 1060 1057

MINUTES Kathy Finn Laurie St. Jean Shanya Evans

1180 1130 1089

MINUTES Mandy Saunders Tracy Lis Chrissy Vozab

997 951 940

ASSISTS Shanya Evans Doris Sable Stephanie Cole

312 224 185

ASSISTS Shanya Evans Doris Sable Sonya Lewis

287 200 145

ASSISTS Lynn Sheedy Kathy Finn Kerry Phayre

157 145 133

ASSISTS Mandy Saunders Shanya Evans Mary Ann McCoy

171 136 112

STEALS Tracy Lis Lynn Sheedy Kerry Phayre

101 86 77

STEALS Tracy Lis Kathy Finn Kerry Phayre

85 72 71

STEALS Kathy Finn Tracy Lis Helen Jessie

78 70 62

STEALS Tracy Lis Kathy Finn Chelsea Marandola

71 56 52

BLOCKED SHOTS Monika Roberts Emily Cournoyer Dottie VanGheem

57 45 44

BLOCKED SHOTS Mary Ann McCoy Andrea Mangum Emily Cournoyer

68 41 39

BLOCKED SHOTS Andrea Mangum Britt King Lauren "Lady" Okafor Emily Cournoyer

41 36 26 26

BLOCKED SHOTS Britt King Jessica Clark Gayle Nwafili Mi-Khida Hankins Emily Cournoyer Stefanie Goettsche

41 40 40 39 35 35

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS POINTS

SEASON PLAYER

1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

REBOUNDS SEASON 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Lynn Sheedy Lynn Sheedy Madeline McCoy Kathy Finn Kathy Finn Kathy Finn Kathy Finn Mary Burke Britt King Mary Burke Doreen Ferguson Andrea Mangum Dottie VanGheem Tracy Lis Tracy Lis Sonya Lewis Stefanie Goettsche Kerri Chatten Nadine Malcolm Nadine Malcolm Jennifer Gombotz Monika Roberts Monika Roberts Jennifer Gombotz Dani Trippany Michal Epstein Gayle Nwafili Shauna Snyder Shauna Snyder Chelsea Marandola Kendria Holmes Chelsea Marandola Chelsea Marandola Mi-Khida Hankins Teya Wright

GMS 26 30 29 29 34 30 26 28 30 31 28 33 32 32 30 30 28 32 27 27 27 27 27 28 28 24 24 27 20 28 29 30 34 29 29

PTS 316 338 371 438 562 489 453 447 571 646 425 514 549 759 767 520 467 475 628 542 318 334 352 305 301 343 295 362 280 485 329 360 613 302 357

AVE 12.1 11.3 12.7 15.1 16.5 16.3 17.4 15.9 19.7 20.8 15.7 16.1 17.7 23.7 25.6 17.3 16.7 15.3 24.2 20.1 11.8 12.4 13.0 10.9 10.8 14.3 12.3 13.4 14.0 17.3 11.3 12.0 18.0 10.4 12.3

PLAYER Mary Ann McCoy Mary Ann McCoy Mary Ann McCoy Mary Ann McCoy Madeline McCoy Madeline McCoy Britt King Britt King Britt King Britt King Andrea Mangum Andrea Mangum Andrea Mangum Andrea Mangum Tracy Lis Tracy Lis Stefanie Goettsche Stefanie Goettsche Kerri Chatten Nadine Malcolm Kerri Chatten Jen Gombotz Monika Roberts Monika Roberts Jenese Wilcox Dani Trippany Jessica Simmonds Gayle Nwafili Kristen Brown Shantee Darrian Chelsea Marandola Shantee Darrian Shantee Darrian Chelsea Marandola Teya Wright Teya Wright

GMS 24 26 30 29 28 34 30 26 28 29 32 27 32 32 32 30 28 31 26 26 27 27 27 27 27 28 26 24 27 20 28 29 30 34 29 29

REB 228 278 324 226 210 230 275 255 398 277 260 243 265 295 220 243 216 290 245 254 222 138 157 221 168 173 162 199 167 197 199 241 207 171 233 258

AVE 9.5 10.7 10.8 7.8 7.5 6.8 9.1 9.8 14.2 9.6 8.1 9.0 8.3 9.2 6.9 8.1 7.2 10.4 7.9 9.8 8.2 5.1 5.8 8.2 6.2 6.2 6.2 8.3 6.2 9.9 7.1 8.3 6.9 5.0 8.0 8.9

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

SEASON PLAYER 1979-80 Peggy Egan 1980-81 Kathy Finn 1981-82 Laurie St. Jean

GMS FG FGA PCT 23 42 88 0.477 29 177 379 0.467 34 189 356 0.530

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1982-83 Laurie Buchanan 1983-84 Joanie Powers 1984-85 Joanie Powers 1985-86 Mary Burke 1986-87 Mary Burke 1987-88 Dottie Van Gheem 1988-89 Elizabeth Lawlor 1989-90 Andrea Mangum 1990-91 Ann Marie Kennedy 1991-92 Tracy Lis 1992-93 Lucie Fontanella 1993-94 Stefanie Goettsche 1994-95 Nadine Malcolm 1995-96 Nadine Malcolm 1996-97 Nadine Malcolm 1997-98 Dana Simonelli 1998-99 Monika Roberts 1999-00 Monika Roberts 2000-01 Jenese Wilcox 2001-02 Dani Trippany 2002-03 Kacee Wheeler 2003-04 Gayle Nwafili 2004-05 Kristen Brown 2005-06 Chelsea Marandola 2006-07 Emily Cournoyer 2007-08 Emily Cournoyer 2008-09 Emily Cournoyer 2009-10 Jessica Clark 2010-11 Teya Wright 2011-12 Lauren "Lady" Okafor

30 96 168 0.571 26 103 202 0.510 28 124 235 0.527 30 196 346 0.556 31 251 439 0.572 28 54 102 0.529 33 193 332 0.581 32 200 383 0.522 32 68 129 0.527 30 261 508 0.514 30 160 319 0.502 28 158 315 0.502 17 100 210 0.476 26 212 401 0.529 27 183 322 0.568 26 61 128 0.477 27 115 279 0.412 27 135 335 0.403 27 116 259 0.448 28 102 237 0.430 24 73 137 0.533 24 120 277 0.433 27 56 126 0.444 27 122 264 0.462 29 67 124 0.540 29 93 183 0.508 30 115 246 0.467 34 48 95 0.505 29 105 242 0.434 28 49 113 0.434

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

SEASON PLAYER GMS FT FTA PCT 1979-80 Mary Ann McCoy 29 101 140 0.721 1980-81 Kathy Dwyer 29 58 73 0.794 1981-82 Laurie St. Jean 34 35 46 0.760 1982-83 Kathy Finn 30 91 124 0.571 1983-84 Laurie St. Jean 26 38 44 0.864 1984-85 Mary Burke 28 107 137 0.781 1985-86 Mary Burke 30 89 105 0.843 1986-87 Mary Burke 31 144 176 0.818 1987-88 Doreen Ferguson 27 114 145 0.786 1988-89 Elizabeth Lawlor 33 123 152 0.809 1989-90 Shanya Evans 32 113 131 0.863 1990-91 Shanya Evans 32 118 155 0.761 1991-92 Tracy Lis 30 206 246 0.837 1992-93 Stefanie Goettsche 30 102 148 0.689 1993-94 Mandy Saunders 28 148 175 0.846 1994-95 Kerri Chatten 31 124 157 0.790 1995-96 Mandy Saunders 27 82 96 0.854 1996-97 Nadine Malcolm 27 162 198 0.818 1997-98 Mandy Saunders 27 81 96 0.844 1998-99 Meghan Hinds 27 107 139 0.770 1999-00 Meghan Hinds 27 57 65 0.877 2000-01 Kristin Quinn 28 76 92 0.826 2001-02 Dani Trippany 28 76 93 0.817 2002-03 Kristin Quinn 26 46 51 0.902 2003-04 Kristin Quinn 27 53 65 0.815 2004-05 Jill Furstenburg 20 33 39 0.846 2005-06 Chelsea Marandola 27 60 79 0.759 2006-07 Chelsea Marandola 28 87 96 0.906 2007-08 Trinity Hull 21 37 50 0.740 2008-09 Chelsea Marandola 30 54 63 0.857 2009-10 Chelsea Marandola 34 106 119 0.891 2010-11 Teya Wright 29 51 72 0.708 2011-12 Symone Roberts 28 48 59 0.814

BLOCKED SHOTS SEASON 1977-78 1978-79 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

PLAYER Mary Ann McCoy Mary Ann McCoy Madeline McCoy Britt King Laurie Buchanan Britt King Britt King Andrea Mangum Andrea Mangum Dottie VanGheem Dottie VanGheem Andrea Mangum Tracy Lis

GMS BLOCKS 26 68 30 49 34 30 30 36 26 34 28 38 29 41 32 41 27 41 31 44 30 46 32 52 30 27

AVE 2.6 1.6 0.9 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.3 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.6 0.9


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Stefanie Goettsche Stefanie Goettsche Lori Penrod Kerri Chatten Kerri Sullivan Kerri Sullivan Monika Roberts Monika Roberts Monika Roberts Jessica Simmonds Quiana Copeland Gayle Nwafili Danielle Howard Gayle Nwafili Aga Lorenc Emily Cournoyer Emily Cournoyer Jessica Clark Mi-Khida Hankins Lauren "Lady" Okafor

30 28 31 20 24 27 27 27 27 26 22 24 28 27 29 29 30 34 29 28

28 35 23 13 15 19 21 57 31 35 23 23 24 40 33 39 45 40 39 35

0.9 1.3 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.7 0.8 2.1 1.1 1.4 1.0 0.9 0.9 1.5 1.1 1.3 1.5 1.2 1.3 1.3

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Jen Gombotz Jen Gombotz Jen Gombotz Jessica Simmonds Jessica Simmonds Kristin Quinn Jill Furstenburg Chelsea Marandola Chelsea Marandola Brittany Dorsey Chelsea Marandola Chelsea Marandola Symone Roberts Symone Roberts

27 27 28 27 26 27 20 27 28 29 30 34 26 28

39 42 49 37 40 49 24 52 48 48 56 64 57 52

1.4 1.6 1.8 1.4 1.5 1.8 1.2 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.9 1.9 2.2 1.9

ASSISTS

SEASON 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

STEALS

SEASON 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

PLAYER Lynn Sheedy Lynn Sheedy Lynn Sheedy Lynn Sheedy Kerry Phayre Kerry Phayre Kerry Phayre Kathy Finn Doris Sable Doris Sable Doris Sable Shanya Evans Shanya Evans Shanya Evans Shanya Evans Stephanie Cole Sanya Lewis Mandy Saunders Ayanna Walden Julie Wheeler Julie Wheeler Mandy Saunders Chrissy Vozab Chrissy Vozab Kristin Quinn Chrissy Vozab Michal Epstein Kristina Baugh Allie Gard Chelsea Marandola Kendria Holmes Kendria Holmes Lola Wells Chelsea Marandola Lola Wells Alicia Cropper

GMS ASSISTS 24 148 26 157 30 121 29 145 29 133 34 151 30 148 26 98 26 114 30 220 31 224 26 136 33 244 30 287 32 312 30 185 30 145 28 171 24 104 24 87 27 102 27 135 27 91 27 121 28 95 27 60 24 62 27 77 28 88 27 71 28 103 29 117 30 62 34 80 29 101 29 67

AVE 6.1 6.1 4.3 5.0 4.4 4.4 4.9 3.7 4.4 6.6 7.2 5.2 7.3 9.4 9.7 6.1 4.8 6.1 4.3 3.6 3.6 5.0 3.4 4.5 3.4 2.2 2.6 2.9 3.1 2.6 3.7 4.0 2.1 2.4 3.5 2.3

PLAYER Lynn Sheedy Lynn Sheedy Kathy Finn Kathy Finn Kathy Finn Kathy Finn Britt King Joanie Powers Doris Sable Helen Jessie-Mency Shanya Evans Helen Jessie-Mency Helen Jessie-Mency Tracy Lis Lucie Fontanella Mandy Saunders Heide Moyano Sarah Miller Nadine Malcolm Jen Gombotz

GMS 30 29 29 34 30 26 28 30 31 22 33 32 31 30 30 28 30 27 27 27

AVE 2.9 2.9 1.9 2.3 2.4 2.0 1.7 2.5 1.9 3.1 1.4 2.0 3.0 3.3 2.1 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.9 1.7

STEALS 87 86 56 78 72 53 49 75 59 62 48 63 96 101 62 39 36 33 50 45

Britt King '86 finished her career as Providence's all-time leading rebounder (1,025). She also holds the single-season rebounding mark, having pulled down 398 caroms during the 1984-85 campaign.

ALL-TIME SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Category Player

Season Total

Average

Points

Tracy Lis

1991-92

767

25.6 ppg

Rebounds

Britt King

1984-85

398

14.2 rpg

Blocks

Mary Ann McCoy

1977-78

68

2.6 bpg

Assists

Shanya Evans

1990-91

312

9.7 apg

Steals

Tracy Lis

1991-92

101

3.3 spg

Category

Player

Season Made-Attempted

FG %

Elizabeth Lawlor

1988-89

193-332

0.581

FT %

Chelsea Marandola

2006-07

87-96

0.906

%

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FRIAR RECORDS TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST POINTS Game:....................... 134 vs. Annhurst (1/14/77) Season:.................... 3,095 in 32 games (1990-91) HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Season:.................... 96.7 in 32 games (1990-91) FIELD GOALS Game:....................... 46 vs. Seton Hall (1/29/86) ..................................... vs. Georgetown (1/22/86) ..................................... vs. Boston University (11/28/90) ..................................... vs. Grambling (12/30/90) Season:.................... 1,148 in 32 games (1990-91)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game:....................... 1.000, Tracy Lis (14-14) vs. Montana (11/29/91) Kristin Quinn (14-14) vs. Rhode Island (12/5/03) Andrea Mangum (13-13) vs. Pittsburgh (2/8/89) Sonya Lewis (11-11) vs. St. John’s (1/6/94) Mandy Saunders (12-12) vs. St. John’s (1/6/94) Mandy Saunders (12-12) vs. Boston College (3/5/94) Kathy Finn (10-10) vs. Rhode Island (2/9/84) Chelsea Marandola (10-10), vs. USF (2/23/10) Season:.................... .906, Chelsea Marandola (87-96) in 28 games (2006-07) Career:...................... .868, Chelsea Marandola (310-357) in 119 games (2005-10) MOST REBOUNDS Game:....................... 22, Britt King vs. Pittsburgh Season:.................... 398, Britt King in 28 games (1984-85) Career:...................... 1,205, Britt King in 114 games (1982-86)

FREE THROW MADE Game:....................... 45 vs. Pittsburgh (1/9/89) Season:.................... 639 in 32 games (1990-91)

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE Season:.................... 14.2, Britt King in 28 games (1/2/85) Career:...................... 10.6, Britt King in 114 games (1982-86)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Game:....................... 52 vs. Pittsburgh (1/9/89) Season:.................... 875 in 32 games (1990-91)

MOST ASSISTS Game:....................... 17, Shanya Evans vs. DePaul (12/29/89) 17, Shanya Evans vs. Northeastern (12/4/90) Season:.................... 312, Shanya Evans in 32 games (1990-91) Career:...................... 978, Shanya Evans in 121 games (1987-91)

REBOUNDS Game:....................... 63 vs. Long Island (12/28/80) Season:.................... 1,384 in 32 games (1989-90) CONSECUTIVE WINS 15 from 1/21/90 to 3/22/90 15 from 1/15/86 to 3/2/86 15 from 12/9/75 to 3/5/76

MOST STEALS Game:....................... 9, Helen Jessie-Mency vs. Pittsburgh (2/5/91) Season:.................... 101, Tracy Lis in 30 games (1991-92) Career:...................... 327, Tracy Lis in 127 games (1988-92)

CONSECUTIVE LOSSES - OVERALL 26 (2003-04 through 2004-05) CONSECUTIVE LOSSES - SEASON 17 (2004-05) MOST WINS IN A SEASON 27 (1989-90) FEWEST WINS IN A SEASON 1 (2004-05) MOST LOSSES IN A SEASON 27 (2004-05) GREATEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 106 points (134-28) vs. Annhurst (1/14/77) GREATEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT 78 (48-126) vs. Connecticut (1/6/98) MOST POINTS Game:....................... 45, Tracy Lis vs. Bowling Green (12/8/91) Season:.................... 767, Tracy Lis in 30 games (1991-92) Career:...................... 2,534, Tracy Lis in 127 games (1988-92) HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Season:.................... 25.6, Tracy Lis in 30 games (1991-92) Career:...................... 19.9, Tracy Lis in 127 games (1988-92) MOST FIELD GOALS Game:....................... 19, Kathy Finn vs. Syracuse (2/11/84) Season:.................... 280, Tracy Lis in 32 games (1990-91) Career:...................... 906, Tracy Lis in 127 games (1988-92) MOST 3-PT FIELD GOALS Game:....................... 8, Jennifer Davis vs. Rutgers (11/28/93) 8, Julie Wheeler vs. West Virginia (2/22/97) Season:.................... 82, Julie Wheeler 29 games (1994-95) Career:...................... 252, Julie Wheeler in 101 games (1994-98) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game:...........1.000, Kerry Phayre (10-10) vs. Manhattan (12/5/82) Season:........0.581, Elizabeth Lawlor (1982-83) Career:..........0.526, Dottie VanGheem (454-863) in 122 games (1986-90) MOST FREE THROWS Game:....................... 19, Mandy Saunders vs. Pittsburgh (2/26/94) Season:.................... 206, Tracy Lis in 30 games (1991-92) Career:...................... 540, Tracy Lis in 127 games (1988-92)

70 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

Kerry Phayre '83 holds the record for field-goal percentage in a single-game. She connected on 10-of-10 attempts from the field vs. Manhattan on December 5, 1982. Phayre ranks 12th in career scoring at Providence with 1,269 points.


FRIAR RECORDS CAREER SCORING LEADERS/1,000-POINT CLUB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 t-17 t-17 19 20 t-21 t-21 23 24 25 t-26 t-26 28 29 30

Player Tracy Lis '92 Kathy Finn '84 Chelsea Marandola '10 Andrea Mangum '90 Mary Burke '87 Nadine Malcolm '97 Britt King '86 Lucie Fontanella '94 Kerri Chatten '98 Doris Sable '87 Stephanie Cole '92 Kerry Phayre '83 Dottie VanGheem '90 Lynn Sheedy '80 Mandy Saunders '98 Shanya Evans '91 Mary Ann McCoy '80 Helen Jessie-Mency '91 Mi-Khida Hankins '11 Monika Roberts '01 Jen Gombotz '01 Meghan Hinds '00 Stefanie Goettsche '94 Mary Ellen Buchanan '79 Shauna Snyder Doreen Ferguson '88 Julie Wheeler '98 Sonya Lewis ‘94 Laurie St. Jean ‘84 Joanie Powers ‘86

CAREER REBOUNDING LEADERS

Years 1988-92 1980-84 2005-10 1986-90 1983-87 1993-97 1982-86 1990-94 1994-98 1983-87 1988-92 1980-83 1986-90 1976-80 1993-98 1987-91 1976-80 1986-91 2007-11 1997-01 1997-01 1996-00 1990-94 1975-79 2003-07 1984-88 1994-98 1990-94 1980-84 1982-86

GP 127 119 119 123 115 85 114 120 88 113 126 93 122 109 111 121 109 117 115 102 107 99 120 97 94 116 101 93 107 107

Pts. 2,534 1,942 1,795 1,679 1,672 1,649 1,531 1,446 1,378 1,372 1,321 1,269 1,267 1,261 1,256 1,246 1,224 1,224 1,190 1,126 1,116 1,116 1,104 1,055 1,043 1,039 1,039 1,028 1,005 1,002

Avg. 19.9 18.2 15.1 13.7 14.5 19.4 13.4 12.1 15.7 12.1 10.5 13.6 9.6 11.5 11.3 10.3 11.2 10.5 10.3 11.0 10.4 11.3 9.2 10.9 11.1 8.9 10.2 11.1 9.4 9.4

Years 1987-91 1983-87 1976-80 1993-98 1980-83 1988-92 1980-84 1994-98 1998-02 1976-80 1984-88 1975-78 1990-94

GP 121 113 109 111 93 126 119 101 109 109 115 69 93

Assists 978 602 571 491 432 412 407 393 338 324 299 291 290

Avg. 8.1 5.3 5.2 4.4 4.6 3.3 3.4 3.8 3.1 2.9 2.6 2.3 3.1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Player Britt King '86 Andrea Mangum '90 Mary Ann McCoy '80 Teya Wright '12 Tracy Lis '92 Madeline McCoy '82 Mary Ellen Buchanan '79 Kathy Finn '84 Mary Burke '87 Lucie Fontanella '94 Stefanie Goettsche '94 Kerri Chatten '98 Mary Casey '79 Nadine Malcolm '97 Shantee Darrian '09 Doreen Ferguson '88 Chelsea Marandola '10 Monika Roberts '01 Mi-Khida Hankins '11 Jen Gombotz '01 Dottie Van Gheem '88 Joanie Powers '86

Years 1982-86 1986-90 1976-80 2007-12* 1988-92 1978-82 1975-79 1980-84 1983-87 1990-94 1990-94 1994-95 1975-79 1993-97 2005-09 1984-88 2005-10 1997-01 2007-11 1997-01 1986-90 1982-86

GP 114 123 115 117 127 115 97 119 115 120 120 88 89 85 81 116 119 102 115 107 122 107

Reb 1,205 1,063 1,056 867 821 798 784 754 740 735 733 726 710 688 664 660 651 636 602 583 581 566

Avg. 10.6 8.6 6.9 7.4 6.5 6.9 8.0 6.4 6.4 6.1 6.1 8.3 7.1 8.0 8.2 5.7 5.5 6.2 5.2 5.4 4.8 5.3

*played two seasons at the University of Massachusetts (2007-09)

CAREER ASSISTS LEADERS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Player Shanya Evans '91 Doris Sable '87 Lynn Sheedy '80 Mandy Saunders '98 Kerry Phayre '83 Stephanie Cole '92 Kathy Finn '84 Julie Wheeler '98 Chrissy Vozab '02 Mary Ann McCoy '80 Diann Reynolds '88 Paulette Hassett '78 Sonya Lewis '94

Tracy Lis '92 is the Friars' all-time leading scorer with 2,534 career points. She is the only player in program history to eclipse the 2,000-point milestone. She also holds the single-season scoring record with 767 points (1991-92).

Kathy Finn '84 is ranked among Providence's all-time leaders in scoring (2nd 1,942 points), rebounding (8th - 754 rebounds) and assists (7th - 407 assists). Finn completed her career as a two-time All-BIG EAST First-Team selection and was named BIG EAST Player of the Year in 1984. She became the first player at Providence to have her jersey retired, during a ceremony on February 6, 2010.

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AWARDS AND HONORS FRANCES POMEROY NAISMITH AWARD Shanya Evans................................................................................................................................................ 1991 UNITED STATES JUNIOR NATIONAL TEAM Tracy Lis........................................................................................................................................................... 1990 UNITED STATES OLYMPIC SPORTS FESTIVAL Kerri Chatten................................................................................................................................................. 1995 Tracy Lis........................................................................................................................................................... 1990 Andrea Mangum.......................................................................................................................................... 1987 Britt King......................................................................................................................................................... 1983 KODAK ALL-AMERICA TEAM HONORABLE MENTION Nadine Malcolm............................................................................................................................... 1996, 1997 Stefanie Goettsche...................................................................................................................................... 1993 Lucie Fontanella........................................................................................................................................... 1992 Tracy Lis............................................................................................................................................... 1991, 1992 KODAK DISTRICT I ALL-AMERICA TEAM Nadine Malcolm............................................................................................................................... 1996, 1997 Andrea Mangum.............................................................................................................................. 1989, 1990 Dottie Van Gheem....................................................................................................................................... 1990 Mary Burke..................................................................................................................................................... 1987 Doris Sable..................................................................................................................................................... 1987 Britt King......................................................................................................................................................... 1985 Kathy Finn.......................................................................................................................................... 1983, 1984 Kerry Phayre.................................................................................................................................................. 1983 NCAA TOURNAMENT EAST REGIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Dottie Van Gheem....................................................................................................................................... 1990 COSIDA/GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA TEAM Dottie Van Gheem............................................................................................................... 1990 (First Team) COSIDA/GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT I TEAM Chrissy Vozab................................................................................................................................................ 2000 Stefanie Goettsche...................................................................................................................................... 1994 Dottie Van Gheem........................................................................................................................... 1989, 1990 COSIDA/VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA DISTRICT I TEAM Chrissy Vozab................................................................................................................................................ 2002

Andrea Mangum '90 is one of three players to have earned KODAK District I AllAmerica honors in multiple seasons (1989, 1990). Mangum is the only player in program history to be named Most Outstanding Player at the BIG EAST Championship (1990).

ECAC DIVISION I PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tracy Lis........................................................................................................................................................... 1992 ECAC DIVISION I ALL-STAR TEAM Nadine Malcolm................................................................................................................... 1996 (First Team) Mandy Saunders............................................................................................................1994 (Second Team) Tracy Lis........................................................................................................................1991, 1992 (First Team) Shanya Evans..................................................................................................................1991 (Second Team) ECAC AWARD OF VALOR Mary Burke..................................................................................................................................................... 1987 SPORTS ILLUSTRATED PLAYER OF THE WEEK Tracy Lis................................................................................................................Week of December 9, 1991 Week of February 4, 1991 ECAC TEAM OF THE YEAR .................................................................................................................... 1990

Mary Burke '87 finished her career at Providence in the top-10 all-time in scoring and rebounding. She currently ranks fifth in scoring (1,672 points) and ninth alltime in rebounding (740 rebounds).

72 - PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS

Shanya Evans '91 was the 1991 Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award recipient. She finished her career at Providence as one of only two players in NCAA history to score 1,000 points and hand out 900 assists. Evans finished her career with 1,246 points and remains the program's all-time assist leader with 978 handouts.


ALL-TIME ROSTER Sue Altieri

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Rita Balaban Chanise Baldwin Rachel Barnes Ellen Barron Kristina Baugh Jayne Benirowski Nancy Bennett Keisha Blackwell Michelle Boisvert Catherine Bove Colleen Breslin Shannon Bresnahan Kristen Brown Stacy Brown Laurie Buchanan Mary Ellen Buchanan Mary Burke Karen Byrne

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Mary Liz Cahill Traci Canavan Tracy Carner Catherine Carnevale Jennifer Cannada Mary Casey Collette Cavallo Jennifer Cazeault Abby Charbonneau Kerri Chatten Jessica Clark Stephanie Cole Lisa Connolly Quiana Copeland Emily Cournoyer Tina Coviello Alicia Cropper Dee Cummings Trisha Curran

Leslie Danehy Shantee Darrian Cheryl Daudelin Jennifer Davis Rita Donnelly Brittany Dorsey Amy Drechsler Kathy Dwyer

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1981-85

1986-87 2011-present 2010-12 1983-84 2003-07 1979-83 1975-76 2001-04 1976-80 2005-09 2009-12 1994-97 2004-06 1987-88 1975-79 1975-79 1983-87 1981-85

1974-77 1984-85 1974-75 1975-76 2004-07 1975-79 1992-94 1989-91 1997-01 1994-98 2006-10 1988-91 1974-75 2001-04 2006-10 1984-88 2010-12 1999-01 1978-82

1988-89 2005-09 1989-93 1993-97 1974-75 2006-10 1997-01 1977-81

Brianna Edwards Peggy Egan Michal Epstein Ashley Etheridge Shanya Evans

Nancy Fabiano Janell Fabor Doreen Ferguson Kathy Finn Joan Finneran Lucie Fontanella Nancy Ford Bridgette Fortson Rita Fraser Brooke Freeburg Jill Furstenburg

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Allie Gard Jama Gilmore Stefanie Goettsche Jennifer Gombotz

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Debbie Hagie Audrey Haines Mi-Khida Hankins Alexis Harris Paulette Hassett Catrina Hawley-Stewart Pam Healy Sharon Heavey Sheila Heavey Meghan Hinds Barbara Holapa Kendria Holmes Tavia Horton Andrea Horvath Danielle Howard Trinity Hull Tiffany Hurd

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Megan Jackson Helen Jessie-Mency

2009-present 1979-81 2001-03 2005-09 1987-91

1977-81 2003-04 1984-88 1980-84 1977-81 1990-94 1987-88 1984-85 1978-82 1999-04 2003-05

2004-06 2002-04 1990-94 1997-01

1992-93 1974-75 2007-11 2011-present 1975-78 1998-02 1988-89 1981-82 1981-82 1996-00 1974-78 2006-08 1995-97 2000-03 2004-08 2007-11 2009-12

2007-08 1986-91

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Katie Keefe Ann Marie Kennedy Ryann Kilgore Britt King Stacey King

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Elizabeth Lawlor Diane Leitao Sonya Lewis Tracy Lis Aga Lorenc Sheila Lyons

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Jen Malone Nadine Malcolm Andrea Mangum Chelsea Marandola Chandler McCabe Elaine McCants Madeline McCoy Mary Ann McCoy Maura McDonnell Ann McNaughton Jennifer Mead Ajai Meeks Sarah Miller Kim Milum Heide Moyano

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Carlether Nesmith Elanie Nizolek Gayle Nwafili

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Lauren "Lady" Okafor

Mimi Parks Danielle Pearson Haley Pelton Lori Penrod Kerry Phayre Joanie Powers

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Savannah Price

2000-04 1988-82 2000-03 1982-86 1981-83 1984-88 1975-79 1990-94 1988-92 2006-08 1986-87

1993-96 1993-97 1986-90 2005-10 2008-12 2002-03 1978-82 1976-80 1989-93 1974-78 1990-93 2011-12 1992-96 1976-80 1991-95

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Diann Reynolds Monika Roberts Symone Roberts Carmen Ross Tori Rule

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Laurie St. Jean Doris Sable Mandy Saunders Yuliya Serebryanskaya Lynn Sheedy Ciara Shields Steffanie Shoop Jessica Simmonds Linda Simone Dana Simonelli Kathy Slattery Shauna Snyder Kerri Sullivan

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Isabelle Taft Lynn Tait Miranda Tate Brittney Taylor Farrah Thomas Dani Trippany

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1974-77 1975-77 2001-06

Dottie VanGheem Constance Veilleuz Chrissy Vozab

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2010-12

1983-84 2010-present 2004-05 1992-96 1980-83 1982-86 2004-08

Linda Wage Ayanna Walden Maureen Wellman Lola Wells Julie Wheeler Kacee Wheeler Gunilla Wictorin Jenese Wilcox Georgien Williams Zahra Williams Teya Wright

1984-88 1997-01 2009-present 1976-80 2011-present

1980-84 1983-87 1993-98 2004-05 1976-80 2004-05 1999-02 2001-03 1982-83 1995-99 1975-76 2003-07 1995-99

1973-74 1975-76 2010-11 2008-09 1998-00 1997-02

1986-90 1975-76 1998-02

1977-81 1992-96 1974-75 2008-12 1994-98 2001-03 1985-86 2000-02 2006-08 1997-00 2010-12

-QKristin Quinn

2000-04

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE LETTER WINNER'S SOCIETY • Established 2003-04 During the 2003-04 academic year, Providence College Athletic Director Robert G. Driscoll established a new tradition within the Friar athletic department. Driscoll developed the "Letter Winner's Society" as a way to formally recognize Providence College student-athletes for their committment and dedication to their respective teams. The “Letter-Winner’s Society” holds two inductions each academic year to honor student-athletes who have met the criteria to earn a lettermen’s jacket. A specific criteria has been developed for each sport by the head coaches and athletic department administrators. During the ceremony, each student-athlete receives a lettermen’s jacket. Nine members of the women's basketball team were inducted into the "Letter Winner's Society" on April 9, 2004, marking the first members of the program to be inducted. To date, there have been 43 members of the women's basketball program have been inducted into the "Letter Winner's Society".

All-Time "Letter Winner's Society" Inductees • Women's Basketball Kristina Baugh ‘07 Chanise Baldwin '15 Rachel Barnes '12 Catherine Bove '09 Colleen Breslin '12 Kristen Brown ‘08 Jessica Clark '10 Emily Cournoyer '10 Alicia Cropper '14 Shantee Darrian '09 Brittany Dorsey '10 Brianna Edwards '13 Ashley Etheridge '09 Janell Fabor ‘07 Brooke Freeburg ‘04 Jill Furstenburg ‘07 Allie Gard ‘06 Jama Gilmore ‘04

Mi-Khida Hankins '11 Alexis Harris '15 Kendria Holmes '10 Danielle Howard ‘08 Trinity Hull '11 Tiffany Hurd '11 Megan Jackson '11 Katie Keefe ‘04 Aga Lorenc '08 Chelsea Marandola '09 Chandler McCabe '12 Gayle Nwafili ‘05 Lauren "Lady" Okafor '14 Danielle Pearson '14 Savannah Price '08 Kristin Quinn ‘04 Symone Roberts '13 Tori Rule '15

Yuliya Serebryanskaya ‘08 Ciara Shields ‘08 Shauna Snyder ‘07 Miranda Tate '12 Lola Wells '12 Georgien Williams '10 Teya Wright '12

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ALL-TIME UNIFORM NUMBERS / SEASON-BY-SEASON ROSTER -

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Shantee Darrian Miranda Tate

Constance Veilleuz Alethia Osborne Shannon Bresnahan Jen Gombotz Kendria Holmes Lola Wells

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Shanya Evans Tavia Horton Ajai Meeks

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Trinity Hull

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Lynn Sheedy Sue Altieri Helen Jessie-Mency Carol Baresch Jennifer Davis Farrah Thomas Elaine McCants Chelsea Marandola Danielle Pearson

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Mary Ann McCoy Laurie Buchanan Sheila Lyons Debbie Hagie Kerri Chatten Michal Epstein Janell Fabor Tori Rule

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Nancy Ford Leslie Danehy Meghan Hinds Jill Furstenburg Alicia Cropper -

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Linda Wage Sharon Heavey Linda Simone

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Barbara Holapa Joan Finneran Karen Byrne Diann Reynolds Ann Marie Kennedy Mandy Vanase Kristin Quinn Savannah Price

Lisa Connolly Paulette Hassett Carmen Ross Britt King Dottie Van Gheem Jennifer Mead Shauna Snyder Brittney Taylor

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Lynn Sheedy Peggy Egan Eileen Barron Traci Canavan Gunilla Wictorin Andrea Mangum Stefanie Goettsche Mary Liz Cahill Maureen Fitzgerald Kristen Brown Georgien Williams

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Catherine Carnevale Kim Milum

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Mary Casey Heide Moyano Brooke Freeburg Haley Pelton Alexis Harris

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Mary Ellen Buchanan Sheila Harrity

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Kerry Phayre Lucie Fontanella Dana Simonelli

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Dani Trippany

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Zahra Williams Kacee Wheeler Danielle Howard

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Carlether Nesmith Sue Huston Sheila Heavey Liz Lawlor Gayle Nwafili Rachel Barnes

Catrina Hawley-Stewart

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1979-80 (22-7): Mary Ann McCoy (12.8/7.8), Lynn Sheedy (12.4/3.5), Rita Fraser (9.0/5.4), Madeline McCoy (6.6/7.2), Kathy Dwyer (11.5/5.5), Joan Finneran (3.7/4.0), Peggy Egan (4.3/0.8), Sue Hutson (3.3/1.8), Jayne Benirowski (4.5/3.6), Linda Wage (2.0/0.8), Nancy Fabiano (2.2/0.3), Trish Curran (2.6/1.3), Carmen Ross (1.2/0.4), Dorothy Tolan (0.0/0.0)

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1978-79 (21-9): Lynn Sheedy (11.3/2.5), Mary Ann McCoy (10.6/10.8), Mary Ellen Buchanan (8.8/7.8), Kathy Dwyer (7.9/4.7), Linda Wage (4.8/2.3), Mary Casey (4.7/5.4), Madeline McCoy (5.4/4.9), Rita Fraser (3.3/3.1), Nancy Fabiano (1.9/0.8), Joan Finneran (2.4/2.4), Pat Curran (1.8/1.6)

1981-82 (25-9): Kathy Finn (16.5/6.7), Kerry Phayre (14.5/3.1), Laurie St. Jean (12.1/2.5), Laurie Buchanan (5.9/5.0), Madeline McCoy (5.0/6.8), Rita Fraser (4.2/3.2), Sue Altieri (1.9/0.4), Jayne Benirowski (1.8/2.5), Karen Byrne (1.5/1.8), Stacey King (2.2/0.1), Sheila Heavey (0.6/0.1), Sharon Heavey (0.3/0.7)

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1980-81 (17-12): Kathy Finn (15.1/6.6), Kathy Dwyer (12.4/4.0), Kerry Phayre (11.5/3.0), Madeline McCoy (5.6/7.5), Rita Fraser (5.0/4.1), Jayne Benirowski (3.5/3.1), Joan Finneran (3.7/2.7), Linda Wage (3.2/0.9), Peggy Egan (2.3/0.6), Laurie Buchanan (2.0/1.9), Laurie St. Jean (2.1/0.3), Nancy Fabiano (1.7/0.1), Trish Curran (1.1/0.8), Sue Hutson (0.8/0.6)

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Laurie St. Jean Karen Byrne Doris Sable Sonya Lewis Aga Lorenc Tiffany Hurd

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Nancy Fabiano Stephanie Cole Mandy Saunders Chrissy Vozab Keisha Blackwell Ashley Etheridge Chandler McCabe

Rita Fraser Jennifer Malone

Bridgette Fortson Collette Cavallo Monika Roberts Andrea Horvath Mi-Khida Hankins Chanise Baldwin

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Quiana Copeland Yuliya Serebryanskaya Jessica Clark

1982-83 (19-7): Kathy Finn (16.3/5.3), Kerry Phayre (14.6/2.7), Laurie St. Jean (10.1/1.6), Britt King (9.1/9.1), Laurie Buchanan (6.7/5.1), Jayne Benirowski (3.5/3.4), Sue Altieri (3.1/1.5), Joanie Powers (3.6/4.7), Karen Byrne (2.2/1.8), Stacey King (1.4/0.2), Linda Simeone (1.0/0.3) 1983-84 (19-7): Kathy Finn (17.4/6.5), Britt King (10.2/9.8), Laurie St. Jean (10./2.2), Joanie Powers (9.8/5.3), Doris Sable (8.4/1.8), Laurie Buchanan (7.7/5.5), Mary Burke (3.8/2.7), Karen Byrne (2.8/0.9), Sue Altieri (2.5/0.6), Sheila Harrity (2.0/1.3), Mimi Parks (1.1/0.9), Eileen Barron (1.0/1.5) 1984-85 (14-14): Mary Burke (15.9/7.1), Britt King (15.1/14.2), Doris Sable (11.4/3.3), Joanie Powers (10.4/5.8), Sue Altieri (6.6/1.2), Karen Byrne (5.0/2.8), Doreen Ferguson (4.4/2.9), Diann Reynolds (1.5/0.9), Sheila harrity (1.4/0.6), Tina Coviello (1.0/0.3), Traci Canavan (0.9/0.6), Bridgette Fortson (0.0/0.5) 1985-86 (24-6): Britt King (19.7/9.6), Mary Burke (16.0/7.7), Joanie Powers (12.4/5.2), Doris Sable (11.5/2.5), Diann Reynolds (8.5/2.0), Doreen Ferguson (7.3/6.0), Gunilla Wictorin (5.3/2.8), Sheila Harrity (3.6/1.1), Elizabeth Lawlor (2.1/2.2), Tina Coviello (1.3/1.3) 1986-87 (23-9): Mary Burke (20.8/7.7), Doris Sable (15.7/3.7), Diann Reynolds (10.2/1.8), Andrea Mangum (9.1/8.1), Doreen Ferguson (8.6/5.4), Helen Jessie-Mency (5.8/1.4), Dottie VanGheem (4.1/3.0), Rita Balaban (4.0/1.7), Sheila Harrity (3.7/1.5), Elizabeth Lawlor (2.9/1.8), Tina Coviello (2.6/1.2), Sheila Lyons (1.7/0.8) 1987-88 (13-15): Doreen Ferguson (15.7/8.6), Andrea Mangum (12.7/9.0), Helen Jessie-Mency (12.1/3.3), Diann Reynolds (11.0/2.1), Elizabeth Lawlor (9.6/5.8), Shanya Evans (9.0/2.7), Stacy Brown (6.2/3.4), Dottie VanGheem (4.9/3.0), Tina Coviello (2.9/1.7), Nancy Ford (1.6/0.6), Alethia Osbourne (0.0/0.0), Stephanie Cole (0.0/0.0)


SEASON-BY-SEASON ROSTER 1988-89 (22-11): Andrea Mangum (16.1/8.3), Elizabeth Lawlor (15.4/7.3), Tracy Lis (14.2/5.0), Dottie VanGheem (11.3/4.6), Stacy Brown (11.2/4.9), Stephanie Cole (8.8/3.1), Shanya Evans (8.6/3.0), Ann Marie Kennedy (3.3/1.3), Leslie Danehy (1.3/0.9), Pam Healy (0.5/0.4) 1989-90 (27-5): Dottie Van Gheem (17.7/8.3), Tracy Lis (16.9/6.1), Andrea Mangum (16.6/9.2), ShanyA Evans (11.2/3.6), Helen Jessie-Mency (10.8/3.2), Stephanie Cole (7.5/3.7), Ann Marie Kennedy (2.7/1.7), Cheryl Daudelin (2.5/1.7), Maura McDonnell (2.2/0.9), Jennifer Cazeault (1.6/1.5) 1990-91 (26-6): Tracy Lis (23.7/6.9), Helen Jessie-Mency (13.8/3.4), Stephanie Cole (13.1/5.2), Shaya Evans (12.3/3.4), Jennifer Mead (9.3/5.8), Lucie Fontanella (8.9/5.0), Ann Marie Kennedy (4.8/1.9), Maura McDonnell (3.4/0.7), Sonya Lewis (3.0/1.4), Stefanie Goettsche (2.5/1.8), Jennifer Cazeault (1.9/1.6), Cheryl Daudelin (1.8/1.5) 1991-92 (21-9): Tracy Lis (25.6/8.1), Jennifer Mead (19.7/8.9), Sonya Lewis (12.9/4.1), Stephanie Cole (12.8/3.8), Lucie Fontanella (12.5/6.5), Stefanie Goettsche (7.4/5.7), Ann Marie Kennedy (4.2/2.5), Maura McDonnell (4.1/1.3), Heide Moyano (2.5/0.6), Cheryl Daudelin (2.3/1.9), Carol Baresch (1.7/1.9), Debbie Hagie (0.4/0.2) 1992-93 (15-15): Sonya Lewis (17.3/4.0), Lucie Fontanella (14.7/6.9), Stefanie Goettsche (11.2/7.2), Jennifer Mead (1.1/7.4), Heide Moyano (6.5/1.6), Lori Penrod (5.8/6.7), Sarah Miller (4.4/5.2), Ayanna Walden (3.8/1.5), Cheryl Daudelin (1.0/0.8), Debbie Hagie (0.8/0.3), Collette Cavallo (0.7/0.4) 1993-94 (13-15): Stefanie Goettsche (16.7/10.4), Mandy Saunders (15.2/4.4), Nadine Malcolm (12.5/5.4), Lucie Fontanella (12.4/6.1), Jennifer Davis (12.0/3.0), Jennifer Mead (12.0/6.5), Sonya Lewis (9.6/4.8), Ayanna Walden (7.1/3.2), Sarah Miller (4.7/4.6), Lori Penrod (3.2/4.4), Colletee Cavallo (0.6/0.1), Jennifer Malone (0.3/0.3) 1994-95 (10-21): Nadine Malcolm (24.2/9.8), Kerri Chatten (15.5/8.7), Heide Moyano (12.9/3.2), Julie Wheeler (11.8/2.8), Mandy Saunders (9.5/1.5), Ayanna Walden (8.5/2.7), Jennifer Davis (8.5/1.7), Lori Penrod (6.0/5.9), Sarah Miller (5.7/6.5), Collette Cavallo (3.2/0.8), Shannon Bresnahan (2.7/1.0), Jennifer Malone (0.2/0.3) 1995-96 (12-15): Nadine Malcolm (24.2/9.8), Kerri Chatten (15.5/8.7), Mandy Saunders (11.8/3.0), Julie Wheeler (10.0/2.8), Ayanna Walden (7.2/1.6), Jennifer Davis (4.5/1.3), Dana Simonelli (4.0/3.4), Lori Penrod (3.2/3.6), Tavia Horton (2.8/1.5), Sarah Miller (2.7/4.5), Shannon Bresnahan (1.1/0.3), Kerri Sullivan (0.7/0.7), Jennifer Malone (0.2/0.2) 1996-97 (13-14): Nadine Malcolm (20.1/7.6), Kerri Chatten (15.8/8.2), Meghan Hinds (10.6/3.5), Julie Wheeler (10.4/3.1), Mandy Saunders (7.6/1.7), Dana Simonelli (4.3/3.0), Tavia Horston (4.3/2.6), Kerri Sullivan (1.9/3.0), Jennifer Davis (1.6/1.4), Shannon Bresnahan (0.9/0.3), Maureen Fitzgerald (0.0/0.0) 1997-98 (10-17): Kerri Chatten (16.6/8.5), Meghan Hinds (12.2/3.4), Jen Gombotz (11.8/3.4), Mandy Saunders (10.6/3.1), Julie Wheeler (8.3/2.2), Monika Roberts (7.2/4.3), Dana Simonelli (6.7/3.8), Kerri Sullivan (5.4/3.6), Dani Trippany (4.7/2.5), Amy Drechsler (2.7/1.4), Tavia Horton (2.3/1.3), Zahra Williams (1.8/1.4), Abby Charbonneau 1998-99 (5-22): Monika Roberts (12.4/5.8), Meghan Hinds (10.1/3.4), Chrissy Vozab (9.4/2.4), Jen Gombotz (8.1/5.1), Farrah Thomas (5.9/2.2), Dana Simonelli (4.8/3.5), Kerri Sullivan (4.5/4.0), Catrina Hawley-Stewart (3.0/2.8), Amy Drechsler (2.8/1.3), Zahra Williams (1.3/0.9), Dani Trippany (16.0/8.0), Abby Charbonneau (0.8/0.7), Andrea Crooks (1.0/1.7), Shereer Thornton (0.0/0.0) 1999-00 (10-17): Monika Roberts (13.0/8.2), Meghan Hinds (12.2/4.9), Jen Gombotz (10.7/7.1), Dani Trippany (9.3/4.7), Chrissy Vozab (8.2/4.4), Farrah Thomas (4.7/1.6), Catrina Hawley-Stewart (4.2/4.1), Steffanie Shoop (3.2/2.7), Dee Cummings (2.8/3.4), Zahra Williams (2.7/1.3), Amy Drechsler (2.0/0.6), Brooke Freeburg (1.5/2.3), Mandy Vanase (0.3/0.3), Abby Charbonneau (0.0/0.0)

2001-02 (13-15): Dani Trippany (10.8/6.2), Jessica Simmonds (8.4/6.5), Michal Epstein (8.2/3.6), Jenese Wilcox (8.0/3.5), Chrissy Vozab (7.2/2.6), Kristin Quinn (5.2/2.9), Ryann Kilgore (4.8/2.5), Keisha Blackwell (4.4/2.7), Catrina Hawley-Stewart (4.4/3.1), Brooke Freeburg (4.0/2.3), Kacee Wheeler (3.6/2.3), Quiana Copeland (2.1/2.0), Steffanie Shoop (1.8/0.9), Gayle Nwafili (1.4/1.2), Andrea Horvath (0.8/0.3), Katie Keefe (0.5/0.2) 2002-03 (9-18): Michal Epstein (14.3/3.3), Jessica Simmonds (9.7/6.2), Brooke Freeburg (9.2/3.4), Kacee Wheeler (7.9/4.5), Keisha Blackwell (6.1/2.6), Kristin Quinn (5.7/2.2), Quiana Copeland (4.2/4.1), Andrea Horvath (3.8/2.5), Elaine McCants (3.5/1.8), Ryann Kilgore (3.0/1.7), Gayle Nwafili (2.1/3.1), Jama Gilmore (1.0/1.2), Katie Keefe (0.5/0.3) 2003-04 (4-23): Gayle Nwafili (12.3/8.3), Kristin Quinn (9.4/2.6), Brooke Freeburg (8.0/4.7), Keisha Blackwell (7.6/1.7), Jill Furstenburg (7.4/2.7), Quiana Copeland (4.9/4.9), Shauna Snyder (3.8/1.4), Jama Gilmore (3.4/2.8), Kristina Baugh (2.8/1.9), Janell Fabor (2.7/0.9), Katie Keefe (1.6/1.1) 2004-05 (1-27): Shauna Snyder (13.4/4.8), Jill Furstenburg (11.1/2.3), Kristina Baugh (5.8/2.1), Kristen Brown (5.5/6.2), Savannah Price (5.0/0.5), Allie Gard (4.2/2.3), Haley Pelton (3.8/3.2), Danielle Howard (3.2/3.7), Yuliya Serebryanskaya (2.6/1.9), Ciara Shields (1.5/2.8), Jennifer Cannada (0.0/0.5) 2005-06 (8-19): Shauna Snyder (14.0/3.0), Chelsea Marandola (12.5/5.2), Gayle Nwafili (12.4/8.2), Shantee Darrian (7.6/9.9), Kristen Brown (4.1/3.7), Ashley Etheridge (4.0/1.5), Kristina Baugh (3.8/1.3), Catherine Bove (3.7/1.6), Allie Gard (3.4/1.4). Savannah Price (2.4/0.5), Danielle Howard (1.7/2.2) 2006-07 (13-16): Chelsea Marandola (17.3/7.1), Catherine Bove (11.7/5.1), Shauna Snyder (13.0/3.3), Kendria Holmes (7.3/2.1), Emily Cournoyer (5.8/4.0), Kristina Baugh (3.5/1.6), Aga Lorenc (3.0/2.6), Brittany Dorsey (3.5/1.9), Ashley Etheridge (3.7/1.0), Danielle Howard (2.7/2.8), Jessica Clark (0.7/1.6), Shantee Darrian (6.0/9.5), Savannah Price (0.4/0.4). 2007-08 (12-17): Kendria Holmes (11.3/3.2), Mi-Khida Hankins (10.4/4.0), Trinity Hull (8.7/2.7), Shantee Darrian (8.6/8.3), Emily Cournoyer (7.9/4.1), Catherine Bove (7.7/4.0), Brittany Dorsey (6.6/2.7), Ashley Etheridge (3.9/1.5), Jessica Clark (2.4/3.0), Aga Lorenc (1.5/1.0), Megan Jackson (0.7/0.4). 2008-09 (10-20): Chelsea Marandola (12.0/4.7), Emily Cournoyer (10.0/5.4), MiKhida Hankins (9.6/4.5), Catherine Bove (6.7/3.3), Brittany Dorsey (6.4/2.7), Trinity Hull (5.6/3.6), Shantee Darrian (5.2/6.9), Lola Wells (2.9/1.5), Ashley Etheridge (2.6/0.9), Chandler McCabe (1.4/0.6), Jessica Clark (1.4/2.5). 2009-10 (19-15): Chelsea Marandola (18.0/5.0), Mi-Khida Hankins (11.0/5.3), Emily Cournoyer (8.5/4.8), Brittany Dorsey (8.0/3.1), Trinity Hull (5.5/2.4), Symone Roberts (4.9/2.9), Jessica Clark (3.5/4.1), Lola Wells (3.2/1.4), Chandler McCabe (2.5/1.3), Tiffany Hurd (2.3/1.3), Brianna Edwards (0.3/1.1). 2010-11 (13-16): Mi-Khida Hankins (10.4/7.1), Symone Roberts (9.3/3.8), Teya Wright (9.0/8.0), Miranda Tate (8.3/3.3), Lola Wells (6.2/2.8), Rachel Barnes (5.4/3.2), Tiffany Hurd (5.0/0.0), Alicia Cropper (4.4/1.7), Lauren "Lady" Okafor (3.7/4.9), Trinity Hull (3.5/2.1), Brianna Edwards (2.9/2.0), Chandler McCabe (1.9/1.0), Danielle Pearson (0.8/0.9), Colleen Breslin (0.0/0-1). 2011-12 (13-17): Teya Wright (12.3/8.9), Rachel Barnes (10.7/5.0), Symone Roberts (8.2/3.2), Alicia Cropper (8.1/2.8), Lola Wells (6.1/1.9), Lauren "Lady" Okafor (4.4/5.4), Chandler McCabe (2.8/0.8), Brianna Edwards (2.4/2.7), Tori Rule (1.2/0.6), Chanise Baldwin (1.2/2.0), Danielle Pearson (1.2/1.6), Colleen Breslin (0.6/0.1), Alexis Harris (0.5/0.7), Ajai Meeks (0.0/0.3), Tiffany Hurd (0.0/0.2).

2000-01 (11-17): Monika Roberts (11.1/6.2), Jenese Wilcox (11.0/6.2), Jen Gombotz (10.9/4.4), Kristin Quinn (10.4/4.1), Chrissy Vozab (8.9/3.2), Dani Trippany (5.0/3.6), Ryann Kilgore (4.1/2.9), Steffanie Shoop (3.0/2.2), Andrea Horvath (2.8/1.2), Brooke Freeburg (2.7/1.5), Catrina Hawley-Stewart (2.2/1.9), Abby Charbonneau (1.5/0.4), Amy Drechsler (0.4/0.6), Katie Keefe (0.3/0.1)

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 75


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS KAY McDONALD 25-7 1974-76

Kay McDonald was hired as the first Providence College women's basketball coach when the program started in 1974. In her first season, McDonald took on a 13-game schedule and led the Lady Friars to a 9-4 record. The following season, she guided Providence to an impressive 16-3 record as the Lady Friars made their first post-season tournament appearance. Providence played in the EAIAW Regional Tournament in Cortland, N.Y. and finished the tournament with a 1-2 record. McDonald left the program after two seasons. 1974-75 (9-4) Coach: Kay McDonald Date PC OPP 12/5 54 RHODE ISLAND JV 50 12/12 67 SE MASSACHUSETTS 75 12/14 40 BROWN! 71 1/21 78 at Mt. St. Joseph 28 1/29 50 RHODE ISLAND COLL. 33 1/30 53 EASTERN NAZARENE 45 2/5 46 at Assumption 39 2/10 60 ASSUMPTION 42 2/13 39 STONEHILL 45 2/17 67 at Salve Regina 27 2/19 56 BRYANT 34 2/26 48 at Rhode Island College 31 3/3 52 SE MASSACHUSETTS! 76 710 596 ! Providence Civic Center 1975-76 (16-3) Coach: Kay McDonald Date PC OPP 12/2 61 at Brown 56 12/5 65 CONNECTICUT 68 12/9 69 at Clark 54 12/11 62 RHODE ISLAND 59 1/14 71 at Rhode Island Jr. Coll. 26 1/17 50 BARRINGTON 33 1/20 55 RHODE ISLAND COLL. 43 1/24 56 at Northeastern 45 1/27 61 at Eastern Nazarene 52 1/29 82 BENTLEY 65 2/4 62 at Holy Cross 26 2/6 63 BRYANT 17 2/11 63 ASSUMPTION 31 2/17 65 STONEHILL 52 2/25 63 at SE Massachusetts 39 3/1 64 at Assumption 39 3/5 62 at Bridgeport# 40 3/11 51 at Southern CT# 85 3/12 52 at Springfield# 66 1171 896 # E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament (Cortland, N.Y.)

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TIM GILBRIDE 82-27 1976-80

Tim Gilbride, a two-sport stand-out while a student at Providence, led the Lady Friars to four-straight winning seasons before departing in 1980. Gilbride, who played four years of varsity soccer and three years of varsity basketball, was awarded the prestigious Sine Quo Non Award in 1974 for his outstanding contributions to the PC athletic program. Second only to Bob Foley in the win column with 82 victories, Tim was the first coach to lead the Lady Friars to a 20-win season. Tim also holds the record for continuous post-season tournament appearances with four straight. As head coach, Tim was assisted by his wife, Lisa Connolly Gilbride, who was Providence College's 1975 Female Athlete of the Year. 1976-77 (18-6) Coach: Tim Gilbride Date PC OPP 12/2 81 at Rhode Island College 27 12/3 88 at Bryant 37 12/8 65 at Yale 48 12/11 55 at Connecticut 51 1/12 59 NORTHEASTERN 40 1/14 134 ANNHURST 28 1/19 69 BENTLEY 45 1/22 67 WORCESTER STATE! 60 1/26 78 at Springfield 69 1/29 56 MASSACHUSETTS! 84 2/3 55 RHODE ISLAND! 82 2/4 81 at Barrington 42 2/9 61 BROWN! 49 2/12 76 at Assumption 30 2/16 72 SE MASSACHUSETTS 30 2/19 67 at New Hampshire 54 2/23 55 at Rhode Island 66 2/25 68 HOLY CROSS 39 2/28 48 at Boston College 30 3/4 61 at Southern Connecticut 79 3/10 71 Bridgewater State# 72 3/10 60 Rhode Island# 57 3/11 86 Connecticut# 58 3/11 54 Brooklyn College# 66 1167 1243 ! Providence Civic Center # E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament (Storrs, Conn.)

Date 12/1 12/7 12/10 12/27 12/28 1/8 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/4 2/15 2/16 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/25 2/27 3/1 3/3 3/4

1977-78 (21-5) Coach: Tim Gilbride PC OPP 70 ASSUMPTION 28 66 YALE 46 67 CONNECTICUT 53 44 Old Dominion* 6349 Fordham* 5842 ST. JOHN’S 4356 at Northeastern 47 70 RHODE ISLAND 58 47 SPRINGFIELD 40 72 BRIDGEWATER STATE 60 76 BOSTON COLLEGE 38 56 MASSACHUSETTS 55 87 BARRINGTON 41 73 at SE Massachusetts 32 60 NEW HAMPSHIRE 59 84 at Bentley 52 62 RHODE ISLAND! 50 55 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 50 63 SOUTHERN CT 62 72 at Maine 53 56 at Central Connecticut 5866 at Brown 49 58 Maine** 44 67 Massachusetts** 61

3/10 64 Queens# 3/11 65 Cortland State 1647 ! Providence Civic Center * Queens Invitational (Flushing, N.Y.) ** Northern Satellite Tournament (Portland, Maine) # E.A.I.A.W Regional Tournament (Flushing, N.Y.)

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1978-79 (21-9) Coach: Tim Gilbride Date PC OPP 11/30 69 at Assumption 40 12/1 81 Mercy* 49 12/2 59 Rhode Island* 62 12/3 59 Seton Hall* 65 12/6 56 at Yale 52 12/8 63 North Texas State** 62 12/9 33 Cheyney State** 61 12/10 61 St. John’s** 56 12/13 65 QUINNIPIAC 43 12/20 49 MARYLAND! 67 1/6 52 BROWN 29 1/13 54 at St. John’s 37 1/16 63 at Rhode Island 54 1/18 43 CENTRAL CT 46 1/20 66 at Springfield 57 1/22 69 BENTLEY 58 1/24 68 NORTHEASTERN 41 1/27 70 at Bridgewater State 45 1/29 54 at Boston College (OT) 50 2/1 72 at Massachusetts 68 2/5 62 RHODE ISLAND COLL. 44 2/7 85 VERMONT 43 2/10 76 at New Hampshire 62 2/12 51 at Southern Connecticut 79 2/16 43 EASTERN CT 35 2/20 58 RHODE ISLAND 69 2/22 59 at Boston University 66 2/24 62 MAINE 50 2/28 72 at Connecticut 65 3/2 55 Fordham# 56 1829 1661 ! Providence Civic Center * Brown Invitational (Providence, R.I.) ** Southern Connecticut Invitational (New Haven, CT) # E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament (Cortland, NY) 1979-80 (22-7) Coach: Tim Gilbride Date PC OPP 12/2 81 at Rhode Island College 27 12/3 70 at Quinnipiac 50 12/5 62 YALE 59 12/7 53 at Queens 66 12/12 49 at Brown 48 12/13 86 at Fairfield 51 12/16 60 HARVARD 43 12/27 50 Seton Hall* 53 12/28 59 Sacred Heart* 42 1/5 65 ST. JOHN’S 55 1/9 63 WISCONSIN! 61 1/11 64 MONMOUTH** 48 1/12 50 CHEYNEY STATE** 46 1/16 55 RHODE ISLAND 54 1/19 41 at Fordham 48 1/24 72 at Northeastern 62 1/28 68 BOSTON COLLEGE 45 1/31 61 MASSACHUSETTS 67 2/2 60 SO. CONNECTICUT 62 2/5 69 at Bentley 61 2/9 60 NEW HAMPSHIRE 48 2/13 61 RHODE ISLAND! 52 2/16 75 CONNECTICUT 49 2/20 62 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 68 2/21 50 at Eastern Connecticut 47 2/23 67 at Central Connecticut 53 3/1 71 Syacuse# 61 3/8 71 Queens# 64 3/9 68 Boston University# 58 3/15 54 Rutgers> 70 1791 1591 ! Providence Civic Center * Kean College Tournament (Union, N.J.) ** Providence College Invitational (Providence, R.I.) # E.A.I.A.W Regional Tournament > E.A.I.A.W. National Tournament (Providence, R.I.)


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS JOE MULLANEY, JR. 66-27 1980-83

Bearing the name of one of the finest coaches in the history of college basketball, Joe Mullaney, Jr. proved to be as effective and talented as his father was in patrolling the sidelines of Alumni Hall. Compiling a home record of 34-7, Joe was as comfortable in the confines of Alumni Hall as his father was in the early years with the men's basketball team. As head coach, Joe led the Lady Friars to two-consecutive Northeast AIAW Regional Tournament bids as well as two 20-win seasons. Joe Jr. played basketball for three years under Dave Gavitt, on the same Friar team which traveled twice to the NCAA tournament and to the NIT semifinals. Joe is currently the associate head coach at Villanova. 1980-81 (17-12) Coach: Joe Mullaney, Jr. Date PC OPP 11/29 57 at Dartmouth 69 12/3 60 at Yale 49 12/6 79 FORDHAM 36 12/8 88 BROWN 46 12/16 77 at Harvard 43 12/21 46 at Detroit* 69 12/22 46 Cheyney State* 66 12/28 78 Long Island** 57 12/29 66 at LaSalle** 71 12/30 74 Monmouth** (OT) 70 1/9 60 MASSACHUSETTS*** 71 1/10 64 RHODE ISLAND*** 59 1/15 71 FAIRFIELD 48 1/17 73 at So. Connecticut (OT) 78 1/21 54 at St. John’s 75 1/23 53 at St. Joseph’s (PA) 68 1/24 59 at Villanova 69 1/27 73 BENTLEY 56 1/29 64 at Massachusetts 77 1/31 75 QUEENS 63 2/2 73 RHODE ISLAND 69 2/4 77 at Connecticut 64 2/7 84 SYRACUSE 73 2/9 59 at Seton Hall 50 2/11 69 at New Hampshire 63 2/17 54 NORTHEASTERN 46 2/21 75 CENTRAL CT 54 2/24 58 at Boston University 63 3/7 55 at Boston University# 78 1921 1800 * Coca Cola Classic (Detriot, Mich.) ** LaSalle Christmas Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) *** Providence College Invitational (Providence, R.I.) # E.A.I.A.W Regional Tournament (Boston, Mass.)

Date 11/26 11/27 11/28 12/2 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/9 12/19 12/20 12/28 12/29 12/30 1/8 1/9 1/11 1/13

1981-82 (25-9) Coach: Joe Mullaney, Jr. PC OPP 71 McGill* 69 70 Bishop* 69 62 St. John’s* 49 90 YALE 75 68 at Manhattan 64 58 at Fordham 57 67 at Brown 59 64 at Queens 62 65 at Fairleigh Dickinson 57 54 at Montclair State 75- 62 Seton Hall** 56 56 Villanova** 6848 at St. John’s** 7357 VILLANOVA 6965 ST. JOSEPH’S (PA) 63 71 at Bentley 63 72 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 56

1/15 72 C.W. POST*** 46 1/16 58 MONMOUTH*** 52 1/18 56 RUTGERS 57 1/26 62 DARTMOUTH 50 1/28 63 MASSACHUSETTS 53 2/1 66 at Rhode Island (OT) 59 2/3 64 CONNECTICUT 57 2/6 64 at Syracuse 70 2/10 71 NEW HAMPSHIRE! 56 2/13 78 at Georgetown 92- 2/14 60 at American 57 2/17 70 ST. JOHN’S 73 2/20 69 at Central Connecticut 56 2/21 69 at Fairfield 58 2/23 46 at Northeastern 42 2/25 56 STONEHILL 48 3/6 53 Northeastern# (OT) 56 2173 2059 ! Providence Civic Center * Concordia Classic (Montreal, Canada) ** BIG EAST Invitational (Jamaica, N.Y.) *** Providence College Invitational (Providence, R.I.) # E.A.I.A.W Regional Tournament (Providence, R.I.) 1982-83 (24-6) Coach: Joe Mullaney, Jr. Date PC OPP 12/1 65 at Yale 49 12/3 52 at Stonehill 53 12/5 84 MANHATTAN 55 12/8 71 BROWN 79 12/11 67 SETON HALL 60 12/18 58 at Rutgers 69 12/28 62 St. Joseph’s (PA)* 60 12/29 82 Concordia* 69 12/30 75 at Rhode Island* 66 1/5 68 at Pittsburgh 75 1/8 71 VILLANOVA 49 1/12 72 at Boston University 78 1/14 76 MAINE** 49 1/15 82 MONTCLAIR STATE** 60 1/19 75 at Boston College 60 1/22 61 GEORGETOWN 50 1/26 75 at Connecticut 65 1/29 68 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON 62 2/1 83 at Massachusetts 59 2/4 85 at Queens 56 2/6 59 at Monmouth 56 2/9 62 at New Hampshire 48 2/12 74 SYRACUSE 57 2/15 67 RHODE ISLAND 58 2/17 61 FAIRFIELD 57 2/19 69 at St. John’s 55 2/22 71 NORTHEASTERN 56 3/3 56 BOSTON COLLEGE$ 38 3/5 71 VILLANOVA$ (OT) 69 3/6 63 ST. JOHN’S$ 74 2085 1791 * URI Invitational (Kingston, R.I.) ** Providence College Invitational (Providence, R.I.) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Providence, R.I.)

LYNN SHEEDY 33-21 1983-85

A three-sport standout in field hockey, basketball and softball, Lynn Sheedy quickly turned her on-field success into sideline success for the Lady Friars. In her first season, Lynn coached the Lady Friars to impressive tournament victories over Miami, Duke and Monmouth enroute to the Miami Masonic Classic Tournament title. The 1979 Providence College Female Athlete of the Year, Lynn currently ranks seventh on the all-time scoring list and third on the all-time rebounding list. Lynn served as assistant coach to Joe Mullaney, Jr. for three years before assuming the head coaching role of the Lady Friars in 1983. Lynn also served as head women's softball coach at Providence. In 1985 Lynn was named Athletic Director and head women's basketball coach at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island. She was the first female athlete inducted into the Providence College Hall of Fame (February, 1990). 1983-84 (19-7) Coach: Lynn Sheedy Date PC OPP 11/30 80 YALE 52 12/2 84 at American 71 12/3 61 at George Washington 62 12/4 54 at Howard 59 12/7 85 at Brown 65 12/10 112 HARVARD 48 12/11 77 HOLY CROSS 65 12/20 70 ST. PETER’S 60 12/28 70 at Miami (FL)* 60 12/29 65 Duke* 64 12/30 78 Monmouth* 39 1/7 82 CONNECTICUT 73 1/11 61 at Boston College 46 1/19 52 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 48 1/21 78 VILLANOVA 63 1/24 80 NEW HAMPSHIRE 73 1/28 66 at St. John’s 61 1/31 83 at Massachusetts 50 2/4 75 at Pittsburgh 81 2/9 97 at Rhode Island 95 2/11 80 SYRACUSE 82 2/15 74 at Fairfield 89 2/18 90 GEORGETOWN 83 2/21 64 at Northeastern 62 2/25 72 at Seton Hall 73 3/2 52 at St. John’s$ 68 1942 1692 * Dial Classic (Miami, Fla.) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Jamaica, N.Y.)

Date 11/20 12/1 12/2 12/5 12/8 12/9 12/16 12/21 12/22 12/30 1/2 1/5 1/8 1/10

1984-85 (14-14) Coach: Lynn Sheedy PC OPP 74 STONEHILL 53 63 Massachusetts* 47 55 at Fairfield* 6176 BROWN 60 81 Delaware** 65 63 Penn State** 11070 at Seton Hall 8462 at Old Dominion*** 9877 Northern Illinois*** 7945 Holy Cross 6871 PITTSBURGH (2OT) 69 73 GEORGETOWN 72 56 at Boston College 7178 ST. JOHN’S 96-

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/18 2/20 2/23 2/25 3/1

74 SYRACUSE 56 62 at Connecticut 54 68 at Villanova 7678 SETON HALL 63 72 at Pittsburgh 8092 GEORGETOWN 79 77 BOSTON COLLEGE 69 60 at St. John’s 7454 at Boston University 5567 at Syracuse 7863 CONNECTICUT 49 65 VILLANOVA 54 91 RHODE ISLAND 80 59 Boston College$ 731926 1973

* Warner Classic (Fairfield, CT) ** Providence College Invitational *** Optimist Classic (Norfolk, VA) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Syracuse, NY)

BOB FOLEY 206-127 1985-96

In 11 years at Providence College, Bob Foley earned 206 wins, which still ranks as the most wins by any coach in the history of the women's basketball program. Six of his 11 teams finished with twenty-plus victories and four of his 11 teams, at one time, were ranked among the Top-25 in the nation. Eight of his players at Providence earned All-America honors. Foley brought Providence to a national prominence when his 1989-90 squad was the first BIG EAST school to reach the NCAA "Sweet 16." His 1990 squad won the BIG EAST Women's Basketball Championship by defeating Connecticut, 86-61, in Storrs, Conn. A 1974 Villanova graduate, Foley served as an assistant at both Colorado and Penn State prior to his arrival at Providence. In 2010, Foley returned to Providence College for a celebration honoring his 1990 BIG EAST Championship team.

Date 11/22 1/23 12/2 12/4 12/7 12/8 12/14 12/27 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/28 3/1

1985-1986 (24-6) Coach: Bob Foley PC OPP 68 at Penn State* 9382 Minnesota* 74 86 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 75 92 at Brown 57 80 HOLY CROSS** 64 82 VANDERBILT** 9888 PITTSBURGH 67 81 Detroit*** 68 65 at Houston*** 59 80 at Seton Hall 70 61 at Villanova 6387 BOSTON COLLEGE 71 51 at St. John’s 6974 at Connecticut 68 94 SYRACUSE 55 105 GEORGETOWN 62 96 at Pittsburgh 71 114 SETON HALL 73 78 VILLANOVA 67 77 at Boston College 71 76 NORTHEASTERN 65 97 ST. JOHN’S 59 80 CONNECTICUT 57 79 at Syracuse 62 102 at Georgetown 68 88 at Rhode Island 71 88 Georgetown$ 53 95 at Boston College$ 78

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1/3 74 at Syracuse 87 1/7 71 GEORGETOWN 72 1/9 92 at Pittsburgh 73 1/11 88 at St. John’s 76 1/14 83 VILLANOVA (2OT) 82 1/17 70 CONNECTICUT 82 1/21 80 at Seton Hall 89 1/28 96 BOSTON COLLEGE 78 2/1 81 SYRACUSE 79 2/4 69 at Georgetown 53 1986-87 (23-9) 2/5 77 at George Washington 66 Coach: Bob Foley 2/8 123 PITTSBURGH 105 Date PC OPP 2/11 91 ST. JOHN’S 83 11/29 70 Tennessee* 86 2/15 83 at Villanova 84 11/30 74 Boston University* 50 2/18 65 at Connecticut 70- 12/3 103 at Northeastern 93 2/21 97 SETON HALL 72 12/6 90 DELAWARE** 58 2/24 89 at Alaska-Anchorage*** 78 12/7 102 MIAMI (OH)** 91 2/25 80 Stephen F. Austin*** 95 12/9 119 RHODE ISLAND 83 2/26 69 San Diego State*** 77 12/12 88 SETON HALL 82 3/3 71 Syracuse$ 59 12/27 124 Siena*** 69 3/4 68 Villanova$ 64 12/28 73 James Madison*** 80 3/5 65 Connecticut$ 84 12/29 80 Connecticut*** 73 3/15 74 at James Madison+ 94 1/3 74 at St. John’s 77 2715 2526 1/8 80 CONNECTICUT 63 * Lady Friar Coca-Cola Classic (Providence, R.I.) 1/10 80 at Villanova 90** BIW Maine Holiday Hoop Classic (Portland, Maine) 1/14 73 SYRACUSE 70 *** Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) 1/17 86 at Georgetown 54 $ BIG EAST Tournament (South Orange, N.J.) 1/21 73 at Boston College 72 + NCAA Tournament First Round (Harrisonburg, Va.) 1/24 73 at Seton Hall 49 1/26 107 BROWN 69 1989-90 (27-5) 1/28 103 PITTSBURGH 68 Coach: Bob Foley 1/31 76 ST. JOHN’S 78 Date PC OPP 2/2 76 at Connecticut 67 11/24 113 Eastern Michigan* 97 2/11 67 VILLANOVA 65 11/25 70 at Colorado* 78 2/13 63 at Syracuse 87 12/2 95 Wagner** 58 2/16 80 at Holy Cross 75 12/3 112 No. Carolina St. (OT)** 111 2/18 87 GEORGETOWN 61 12/5 102 NORTHEASTERN 60 2/21 87 BOSTON COLLEGE 86 12/7 96 at Boston University 74 2/23 96 PITTSBURGH 78 12/9 88 at Rhode Island! 59 2/27 71 Georgetown$ 56 12/29 106 DePaul*** 92 2/28 63 Boston College$ 64 12/30 64 at Stanford 89 3/19 95 DePaul+ 93 1/3 98 PITTSBURGH 74 3/20 91 Arkansas+ 101 1/6 81 at Seton Hall 76 3/21 89 Creighton+ 91 1/8 89 at Villanova 76 2713 2392 1/10 73 BOSTON COLLEGE 78* Amana-Hawkeye Classic (Ames, Iowa) 1/15 82 at Iona 64 ** Lady Friar Coca-Cola Classic (Providence, R.I.) 1/17 88 at St. John’s 72 *** LaSalle Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1/21 59 at Connecticut 81$ BIG EAST Tournament (Villanova, Pa.) 1/24 75 SYRACUSE 63 + National Invitational Tournament (Amarillo, Texas) 1/27 78 GEORGETOWN 57 1/30 101 at Pittsburgh 90 1987-88 (13-15) 2/3 88 SETON HALL 66 Coach: Bob Foley 2/7 89 VILLANOVA (2OT) 87 Date PC OPP 2/10 73 at Boston College 72 11/27 69 Auburn* 107 2/12 84 G. WASHINGTON 65 11/28 82 Drake* 85 2/17 98 ST. JOHN’S 80 12/2 77 NORTHEASTERN 59 2/20 88 CONNECTICUT 76 12/5 83 MAINE** 78 2/24 86 at Syracuse 71 12/6 75 DUKE** 87 2/26 92 at Georgetown 46 12/10 87 at Rhode Island 71 3/3 96 Georgetown$ 71 12/28 76 at No. Carolina State*** 95 3/4 89 Pittsburgh$ 88 12/29 67 Ohio State*** 85 3/5 82 at Connecticut$ 61 1/2 86 PITTSBURGH 78 3/17 77 Maryland+ 75 1/4 89 at Seton Hall 95 3/22 71 Virginia++ 77- 1/7 87 at Georgetown 79 2783 2384 1/9 77 BOSTON COLLEGE 69 !Providence Civic Center 1/11 84 VILLANOVA 63 * University of Colorado Coors Classic (Boulder, Colo.) 1/14 108 BRIGHAM YOUNG 99 ** Lady Friar Coca-Cola Classic (Providence, R.I.) 1/16 53 at Connecticut 69*** Stanford University Lady Cardinal Classic (Stanford Univ., Calif.) 1/23 98 SYRACUSE 61 $ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, Conn.) 1/27 63 at St.John’s 67+ NCAA Tournament First Round (Providence, R.I.) 1/30 82 at Pittsburgh 91++ NCAA Tournament East Regional Semifinal (Charlottesville, Va.) 2/1 74 at Boston University 72 2/3 75 SETON HALL 74 1990-91 (26-6) 2/6 93 GEORGETOWN 66 Coach: Bob Foley 2/8 118 HOLY CROSS (OT) 114 Date PC OPP 2/10 63 at Boston College 77 11/24 109 North Carolina* 105 2/13 57 at Villanova 66 11/25 118 at Harvard* 96 2/17 68 CONNECTICUT 73 11/28 116 BOSTON UNIVERSITY! 81 2/24 80 at Syracuse 90 12/1 95 HARTFORD** 57 2/27 90 ST. JOHN’S (OT) 93 12/2 91 COLORADO** 90 3/3 64 St. John’s$ 71 12/4 99 at Northeastern 61 2225 2234 12/8 103 RHODE ISLAND! 66 * Lady Sunshine Classic (Lakeland, Fla.) 12/28 71 Michigan State*** 91** Lady Friar Coca-Cola Classic (Providence, R.I.) 12/29 105 Florida International*** 98 *** WRAL North Carolina State Classic (Raliegh, N.C.) 12/30 115 Grambling*** 84 $ BIG EAST Tournament (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1/2 92 at Seton Hall^ 73 1/5 111 PITTSBURGH 87 1988-89 (22-11) 1/7 104 at Georgetown 103 Coach: Bob Foley 1/10 76 at Boston College 72 Date PC OPP 1/12 92 ST. JOHN’S 97- 11/27 86 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 62 1/19 75 SYRACUSE 71 11/28 82 FLORIDA INT’L 75 1/23 84 at Connecticut 86 11/30 94 at Holy Cross (OT) 91 1/26 97 at Villanova 70 12/3 77 MARIST* 53 1/28 91 IONA 46 12/4 100 SO. METHODIST* 94 1/30 103 SETON HALL 79 12/8 109 RHODE ISLAND 62 2/2 108 at Pittsburgh 97 12/10 63 at Boston College 55 2/4 128 GEORGETOWN 114 12/11 84 at Northeastern 90 2/9 97 BOSTON COLLEGE 68 12/28 79 Georgia State** 73 2/13 89 at St. John’s 90 12/29 85 at Maine** 69 3/2 60 Villanova$ 3/12 53 James Madison+ 2459 * Penn State Coca-Cola Classic (State College, Pa.) ** Providence College Invitational (Providence, R.I.) *** Houston Tournament (Houston, Texas) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Chestnut Hill, Mass.) + NCAA Tournament First Round (Providence, R.I.)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2/20 106 at Syracuse 60 2/23 91 CONNECTICUT 89 2/25 74 VILLANOVA 69 3/2 95 at Georgetown$ 91 3/3 107 Pittsburgh$ 92 3/4 74 Connecticut$ 79 3/13 88 Fairfield+ 87 3/16 91 at Clemson++ 103 3095 2657 ! Providence Civic Center * Harvard Invitational (Cambridge, Mass.) ** Lady Friar Coca-Cola Classic (Providence, R.I.) *** Pepsi-Church’s Holiday Classic (Miami, Fla.) ^ Meadowlands Arena $ BIG EAST Tournament (Washington, D.C.) + NCAA Tournament First Round (Providence, R.I.) ++ NCAA Tournament Second Round (Clemson, S.C.) 1991-92 (21-9) Coach: Bob Foley

Date PC OPP 11/22 105 NORTHEASTERN 74 11/25 91 at Washington 98 11/29 94 Montana* (OT) 95 11/30 116 Ball State* 88 12/1 84 San Diego* 68 12/7 94 Fordham** 86 12/8 121 Bowling Green** 95 12/15 108 at Rhode Island 67 12/22 91 at Boston University 70 1/3 109 PITTSBURGH 90 1/5 106 GEORGETOWN 115 1/8 90 at Boston College 82 1/11 89 ST. JOHN’S 70 1/13 83 MIAMI 87 1/18 65 at Syracuse 59 1/21 64 at Connecticut 88 1/24 82 at Villanova (2OT) 80 1/29 97 SETON HALL 63 2/1 91 at Pittsburgh 83 2/5 89 at Georgetown 88 2/8 102 BOSTON COLLEGE 72 2/12 82 at St. John’s 79 2/16 69 at Miami 95 2/20 82 SYRACUSE 78 2/23 97 CONNECTICUT 72 2/26 76 VILLANOVA 80 2/29 71 at Seton Hall 68 3/7 67 St. John’s$ 66 3/8 70 Miami$ 82 3/18 64 TOLEDO+ 74 2649 2412 * Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, HI) ** Clearly Canadian Classic (Providence, RI) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Washington, D.C.) + NCAA Tournament First Round (Providence, RI) 1992-93 (15-15) Coach: Bob Foley Date PC OPP 12/1 87 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 75 12/5 85 SIENA* 67 12/6 74 MONTANA* 63 12/9 65 BROWN 82 12/20 85 RHODE ISLAND 84 12/27 82 Fairfield** 79 12/28 68 at Arizona** 70 1/2 67 at Pittsburgh 81 1/5 52 MIAMI 64 1/9 70 at St. John’s 58 1/13 71 at Villanova 69 1/17 58 CONNECTICUT 74 1/20 76 at Georgetown 105 1/23 103 BOSTON COLLEGE 79 1/25 50 at Tennessee 93 1/28 80 SETON HALL 77 1/30 68 at Syracuse 56 2/3 84 PITTSBURGH (2OT) 85 2/6 65 at Miami 85 2/10 88 ST. JOHN’S 82 2/13 74 SYRACUSE 65 2/17 47 at Connecticut 76 2/20 86 GEORGETOWN 96 2/24 70 at Boston College 77 2/27 80 VILLANOVA 84 3/1 68 at Seton Hall 80 3/5 81 BOSTON COLLEGE$ 71 3/6 82 GEORGETOWN$ 81 3/7 87 CONNECTICUT$ 73 3/8 56 MIAMI$ 77 2209 2308 * Clearly Canadian Classic (Providence, RI) ** Arizona Classic (Tucson, AZ) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Providence, RI) 1993-94 (10-21) Coach: Bob Foley

Date PC OPP 11/28 102 RUTGERS (OT) 106 11/30 101 at Boston University 79

12/3 67 at Penn State 87 12/5 88 at Fordham 74 12/9 76 SETON HALL 68 12/11 80 MASSACHUSETTS 82 12/28 77 Old Dominion* 80 12/29 76 at Montana* 89 1/3 78 MIAMI 62 1/6 80 ST. JOHN’S 66 1/8 91 at Boston College 73 1/12 94 SYRACUSE 77 1/16 58 at Connecticut 85 1/18 85 VILLANOVA 83 1/22 99 at Georgetown (OT) 101 1/26 72 at Pittsburgh 90 1/31 80 CONNECTICUT 97 2/2 60 at Syracuse 56 2/6 86 at St. John’s 70 2/9 99 GEORGETOWN 84 2/11 73 TENNESSEE 83 2/13 84 BOSTON COLLEGE 90 2/16 65 at Seton Hall 95 2/20 80 at Villanova 81 2/23 63 at Miami 65 2/26 93 PITTSBURGH 82 3/5 96 Boston College$ 86 3/6 56 at Connecticut$ 92 2259 2283 * Western States Showdown (Missoula, MT) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, CT) 1994-95 (13-15) Coach: Bob Foley

Date PC OPP 11/26 96 FORDHAM 63 11/30 80 at Rutgers 88 12/2 67 PENN STATE 73 12/5 87 at Rhode Island 71 12/7 99 HARVARD 100 12/10 82 GEORGETOWN 63 12/12 52 at Massachusetts 64 12/19 73 William and Mary* 58 12/20 79 Clemson* 88 12/21 105 UNC-Greensboro* 100 12/28 63 at Stanford 107 12/30 88 at St. Mary’s (CA) 103 1/2 83 at St. John’s 85 1/4 65 at Syracuse 72 1/7 71 SETON HALL 90 1/11 50 at Connecticut 104 1/15 67 VILLANOVA 75 1/18 51 at Pittsburgh 78 1/21 78 at Miami 80 1/25 92 BOSTON COLLEGE 61 1/28 78 at Georgetown 89 1/31 56 CONNECTICUT 89 2/5 58 SYRACUSE 65 2/8 49 at Seton Hall 72 2/11 65 at Villanova 79 2/15 96 ST. JOHN’S 81 2/19 72 PITTSBURGH 76 2/22 82 at Boston College 75 2/25 76 MIAMI 72 3/3 80 Syracuse$ 66 3/4 62 Connecticut$ 92 2303 2479 * Northern Lights Tournament (Anchorage, AK) $ BIG EAST Tournament (South Orange, NJ) 1995-96 (12-15) Coach: Bob Foley Date PC OPP 11/26 58 STANFORD 81 11/29 77 RHODE ISLAND 78 12/3 77 at Ohio State 99 12/6 91 at Harvard 87 12/9 73 at Pittsburgh (OT) 69 12/20 83 HOFSTRA 51 12/28 74 ST. MARY’S (CA) 75 12/30 83 ARIZONA 97 1/2 64 at Rutgers 71 1/4 81 MIAMI 60 1/6 64 ST. JOHN’S 67 1/9 56 at Seton Hall 75 1/12 71 at Connecticut 108 1/14 80 NOTRE DAME 90 1/17 86 SYRACUSE 59 1/20 46 CONNECTICUT 76 1/27 63 BOSTON COLLEGE 56 1/29 86 at Holy Cross 80 1/31 73 at Miami 82 2/3 73 VILLANOVA 82 2/8 89 at Georgetown 88 2/10 81 at West Virginia 87 2/15 86 SETON HALL 82 2/17 83 at Boston College 56 2/21 90 PITTSBURGH 63 2/24 73 at Syracuse 72 3/3 67 Seton Hall$ 69 2028 2052 $ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, CT)

JIM JABIR 62-102 1996-02

Jim Jabir was named the College's sixth head coach on May 21, 1996. Prior to his arrival at Providence, Jabir spent six years at Marquette. While with the Golden Eagles, Jabir became the most successful coach in the history as he elevated Marquette women's basketball into the national spotlight. Jabir also spent time as head coach at Siena College (1987-90) and Buffalo State (198687). He has led his teams to a combined three NCAA Tournament appearances and one WNIT Tournament bid. In his time at Providence, Jabir compiled a record of 62-102. Jabir left Providence College to join the Colorado coaching staff as an assistant and now serves as the head coach at Dayton. 1996-97 (13-14) Coach: Jim Jabir

Date PC OPP 11/22 78 OHIO STATE 83 11/24 82 at Rhode Island 67 11/27 47 at Purdue 84 11/30 90 Dartmouth* 65 12/1 72 at Holy Cross* 64 12/4 77 WEST VIRGINIA 81 12/7 75 at Notre Dame 91 12/28 58 Auburn** 85 12/29 84 UNC-Charlotte** 63 12/30 79 East Washington** 77 1/2 89 VILLANOVA 67 1/5 73 at Georgetown 84 1/7 77 at St. John’s 63 1/9 72 RUTGERS 57 1/12 56 MIAMI 60 1/16 66 SETON HALL 62 1/22 78 at Pittsburgh 65 1/25 87 at Syracuse (OT) 85 1/29 56 at Rutgers 71 2/2 68 CONNECTICUT 95 2/5 80 at Boston College 85 2/9 73 ST. JOHN’S 66 2/16 74 NOTRE DAME 97 2/19 70 GEORGETOWN 80 2/22 73 at West Virginia 81 2/25 80 at Villanova 73 3/1 54 Villanova$ 66 1961 2017 * ECAC Holiday Festival (Worcester, MA) ** Central Orlando Classic (Orlando, FL) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, CT)

Date 11/18 11/21 11/23 11/28 11/29 11/30 12/6 12/22 12/28 12/31 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/24 2/1 2/4 2/7

1997-98 (10-17) Coach: Jim Jabir PC OPP 97 RHODE ISLAND! 73 82 ARKANSAS 9364 at Southwest Missouri 10988 at Puerto Rico* 45 74 Illinois* 10686 Detroit* 76 70 at Miami 9762 at Wake Forest 6586 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 70 91 SYRACUSE 78 75 PITTSBURGH 70 48 at Connecticut 12673 at Boston College 9466 RUTGERS 7078 at Seton Hall 71 83 GEORGETOWN 71 92 WEST VIRGINIA 10360 at Notre Dame 10968 at St. John’s 65 84 BOSTON COLLEGE 75 46 CONNECTICUT! 95-

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2/10 79 MIAMI 90 2/14 64 at Villanova 76 2/18 65 at Syracuse 80 2/21 54 at Pittsburgh 70 2/24 63 SETON HALL 66 2/28 77 Boston College$ 87 1259 1506 ! Providence Civic Center * San Juan Shootout (San Juan, Puerto Rico) $ BIG EAST Tournament (Piscataway, NJ)

12/22 63 at Rhode Island 55 1/25 56 at Florida 88- 12/28 65 at St. Bonaventure 60 1/27 71 at Georgetown 72 12/30 72 MARIST 55 1/31 44 at Notre Dame 64- 1/4 63 BOSTON COLLEGE 85 2/3 54 VIRGINIA TECH 65- 1/8 67 at Georgetown 79 2/7 83 ST. JOHN'S 63 1/11 80 at Pittsburgh 77 2/10 68 at Rutgers 97- 1/15 75 WEST VIRGINIA 61 2/14 80 GEORGETOWN 77 1/18 74 DARTMOUTH 60 2/17 74 WEST VIRGINIA 79- 1/22 62 ST. JOHN'S 67 2/21 64 at Virginia Tech 71- 1/25 54 at Seton Hall 64 2/24 45 at Villanova 61- 1/28 44 RUTGERS 71 2/27 79 SYRACUSE 74 1998-99 (5-22) 2/1 56 at Virginia Tech 80 3/3 72 at Seton Hall$ 61 Coach: Jim Jabir 2/5 54 at West Virginia 61 3/4 58 at Rutgers$ 69 Date PC OPP 2/8 57 PITTSBURGH 54 1901 2015 11/16 59 at Arkansas 110 2/13 42 SETON HALL 54* Sheraton Four Points Classic (Minneapolis, MN) 11/24 73 WAKE FOREST! 80 2/16 61 NOTRE DAME 67! Bellarmine Prep Gym (San Jose, CA) 11/27 36 at Depaul* 89 2/19 58 at Syracuse 66$ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, CT) 11/28 81 New Mexico State* 70 2/22 64 at Miami 77 12/1 55 at Rhode Island 63 3/1 52 CONNECTICUT 702001-02 (13-15) 12/5 55 at SW Missouri St. 74 3/4 48 at Villanova 83Coach: Jim Jabir 12/9 45 at Rutgers 80 1634 1806 Date PC OPP 12/11 68 at George Mason 79# BANKNORTH Classic (Burlington, Vt.) 11/16 61 at Siena 58 12/30 100 WEST VIRGINIA 95 11/19 58 at Holy Cross 75 1/2 42 at Villanova 622003-04 (4-23) 11/21 69 ST. BONAVENTURE 62 1/5 43 at Georgetown 81Coach: Susan Yow 11/24 81 at Marist 70 1/7 64 SYRACUSE 82 Date PC OPP 11/27 46 RHODE ISLAND 53 1/10 56 at Notre Dame 79 11/22 58 FURMAN 48 11/29 67 at Brown 53 1/13 63 at Miami 85 11/25 59 HOLY CROSS 65 12/2 78 ALABAMA 75 1/17 81 VILLANOVA (OT) 73 11/28 45 Loyola Marymount % 56 12/5 61 at Rutgers 71 1/19 64 BOSTON COLLEGE 79 11/29 50 Oregon State % 60 12/8 79 NEW HAMPSHIRE (OT) 70 1/24 52 RUTGERS! 99 12/2 57 Dartmouth 64 12/21 47 at Michigan State 64 1/27 63 at St. John’s 77 12/5 73 RHODE ISLAND (OT) 75 12/28 59 at Montana % 60 1/30 59 NOTRE DAME 97 12/8 62 NORTHEASTERN 48 12/29 65 vs. Idaho % 66 2/4 67 PURDUE 96 12/11 59 Stony Brooke 57 1/2 59 GEORGETOWN 55 2/6 58 at West Virginia 73 12/22 59 HARVARD 73 1/5 66 at Notre Dame 72 2/10 61 GEORGETOWN 64 12/29 66 Bucknell ^ 79 1/9 62 VILLANOVA 49 2/14 82 at Seton Hall 77 12/30 69 Coppin State ^ 61 1/12 52 at Syracuse 81 2/17 53 at Connecticut 88 1/4 34 Virginia Tech 64 1/15 49 at Boston College 69 2/20 91 PITTSBURGH 71 1/7 53 BOSTON COLLEGE 73 1/19 41 NOTRE DAME 69 2/23 62 ST. JOHN’S 69 1/10 51 Pittsburgh 64 1/26 54 at Seton Hall 64 2/27 59 Villanova$ 68 1/17 50 SYRACUSE 55 2/3 61 CONNECTICUT 85 1692 2157 1/20 67 MIAMI 86 2/6 62 at St. John's 51 ! Providence Civic Center 1/28 42 Boston College 76 2/9 80 SYRACUSE 70 * Moran Realty Classic (Chicago, IL) 1/31 49 SETON HALL 66 2/13 67 VIRGINIA TECH 61 $ BIG EAST Tournament (Piscataway, NJ) 2/4 53 WEST VIRGINIA 88 2/16 50 at West Virginia 65 2/8 75 St. John's 83 2/20 41 at Connecticut 1061999-00 (10-17) 2/11 41 VILLANOVA 68 2/23 69 MIAMI 64 Coach: Jim Jabir 2/14 51 Notre Dame 81 2/26 91 PITTSBURGH 77 Date PC OPP 2/18 45 Rutgers 81 3/02 55 vs. Seton Hall $ 61 11/20 82 GEORGE MASON 70 2/21 56 VIRGINIA TECH 77 1730 1876 11/26 59 at Memphis* 72 2/25 38 Connecticut 79% Lady Griz Holiday Classic (Missoula, Mont.) 11/27 72 Samford* (OT) 73 2/28 59 GEORGETOWN 76 $ BIG EAST Tournament (Piscataway, N.J.) 11/30 66 at Michigan 79 3/2 62 Miami 81 12/3 73 RHODE ISLAND 52 1483 1884 12/8 74 at West Virginia 64 % Furama Hotel Thanksgiving Tourn. (Los Angeles, Calif.) 12/27 57 at Tulane** 81^ La Salle Invitational (Philadelphia, Pa.) SUSAN 12/28 82 LEHIGH 62 12/31 76 at Fairfield 69 2004-05 (1-27) YOW 1/2 74 PRINCETON 59 Coach: Susan Yow 14-68 1/4 76 at Syracuse 65 Date PC OPP 1/8 41 at Villanova 63 11/19 40 at Holy Cross 682002-05 1/12 77 PITTSBURGH 76 11/21 46 FORDHAM 56 1/15 52 at Boston College 72 11/26 38 vs. Gonzaga ^ 85 1/19 72 at St. John’s 67 11/27 48 vs. Missouri ^ 81 1/22 58 BOSTON COLLEGE 71 12/1 39 MASSACHUSETTS 53 1/26 66 at Holy Cross 67 12/4 44 at Wake Forest 78 Susan Yow was appointed head coach 1/29 67 ST. JOHN’S 79 12/7 62 STONY BROOK 69 2/1 60 NOTRE DAME 90 12/10 42 at Navy 72on June 21, 2002. Prior to her arrival on 2/5 41 at Pittsburgh 63 12/22 32 LA SALLE 68the Providence's campus, Yow compiled 19 2/9 68 RUTGERS 81 12/28 52 at New Hampshire 62 2/12 66 MIAMI 71 12/30 59 TROY 56 years of coaching experience at the colle 2/18 62 at Seton Hall 68 1/2 34 at Villanova 45giate, professional and amateur levels. She 2/23 49 at Georgetown 63 1/4 33 at Connecticut 83 2/26 70 VILLANOVA 59 1/8 45 WEST VIRGINIA 60spent two years in the WNBA as an assistant 2/29 68 Connecticut! 102 1/12 51 at Syracuse 72coach with the Charlotte Sting (2000-01) 3/4 53 Villanova$ 75 1/20 40 at Rutgers 74 1692 2157 1/24 47 BOSTON COLLEGE 92and the Cleveland Rockers (1999-00). She ! Providence Civic Center 1/29 30 GEORGETOWN 87* Lady Tiger Classic (Memphis, TN) 2/2 40 at St. John's 93coached in the collegiate ranks at East Ten** Tulane Doubletree Classic (New Orleans, LA) 2/5 24 CONNECTICUT 71nessee State (1978-86), Drake University $ BIG EAST Tournament (Storrs, CT) 2/9 57 NOTRE DAME 75 2/13 39 at Seton Hall 51(1986-90), Kansas State (1990-93) and North 2000-01 (10-17) 2/16 50 VILLANOVA 75Carolina Wilmington (1993-97). Yow also Coach: Jim Jabir 2/19 47 at Pittsburgh 63 Date PC OPP 2/22 59 at West Virginia 99was an assistant coach for the U.S. Olympic 11/18 78 Western Michigan* 55 2/26 59 ST. JOHN'S 62Team in the 1988 Seoul Olympics. 11/19 60 Minnesota* 88 2/28 43 PITTSBURGH 80 11/24 76 Pacific! 78 3/5 39 vs. Villanova # 67 11/25 49 Santa Clara! 65 1239 1997 11/29 87 at Rhode Island 65 ^ Airport Univ. Inn Thanksgiving Classic (Albuquerque, N.M.) 12/2 77 SIENA 66 # BIG EAST Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) 2002-03 (9-18) 12/4 82 FAIRFIELD 75 Coach: Susan Yow 12/7 61 SETON HALL 74- Date PC OPP 12/20 93 HOLY CROSS 77 11/22 70 vs. Navy # 62 12/31 69 at Princeton 42 11/23 49 at Vermont # 65 1/2 53 at Pittsburgh 68 11/26 62 BROWN 64 1/10 76 RUTGERS 81 12/1 77 LAMAR 57 1/13 49 at Connecticut 104 12/3 56 at Alabama 72 1/17 77 at Miami 60 12/6 55 MINNESOTA 67 1/20 66 BOSTON COLLEGE 76 12/20 54 MICHIGAN STATE 73-

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2/20 34 at Rutgers 2/24 66 GEORGETOWN 2/26 47 at Villanova 1885 ^ UNCG Thanksgiving Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

PHIL SEYMORE 88-120 2005-12

Providence announced the hiring of Phil Seymore as head coach of the women's basketball team on April 7, 2005. Prior to his appointment as head coach, Seymore served as an assistant coach for the Friar men's basketball team for five seasons from 2000-05. He helped the men's squad earn NCAA Tournament berths in 2001 and 2004. Before his arrival on Smith Hill, Seymore was an assistant men's basketball coach at Richmond (1997-00) and Canisius (199097). Under Seymore, the Friars made a run to the WNIT Quarterfinal in 2010 and posted a 19-15 overall record. It marked the first post-season appearance for the program since the 1991-92 campaign. 2005-06 (8-19) Coach Phil Seymore Date PC 11/18 49 SACRED HEART 11/21 74 YALE 11/23 51 at Northeastern 11/26 46 at Saint Peter's 11/29 80 QUINNIPIAC(OT) 12/2 61 NAVY 12/4 60 at Fordham 12/6 45 RUTGERS 12/10 69 at Rhode Island 12/21 70 at Harvard 12/28 79 WAGNER 12/31 66 at Saint Francis (NY) 1/7 58 CINCINNATI 1/11 67 at Georgetown 1/14 65 at PITT 1/18 59 SETON HALL 1/21 47 at USF 1/25 50 ST. JOHN'S 1/28 76 SYRACUSE 1/31 59 at Marquette 2/4 48 at Notre Dame 2/7 57 WEST VIRGINIA 2/12 71 at Seton Hall 2/15 58 at Connecticut 2/18 51 VILLANOVA 2/25 68 DEPAUL 2/28 64 at Louisville 1648

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2007-08 (12-17) Coach Phil Seymore Date PC 11/9 79 at Brown 11/13 60 HARTFORD 11/17 73 IONA 11/20 55 MANHATTAN 11/23 71 at Forida International ^ 11/25 59 vs. Iowa ^ 11/28 63 at Fordham 12/1 64 at Rhode Island 12/5 78 at Harvard 12/8 76 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT 12/20 35 MICHIGAN STATE 12/28 73 NEW HAMPSHIRE 12/31 59 MASSACHUSETTS 1/5 43 at Marquette 1/12 55 DE PAUL 1/15 61 at USF 1/19 61 at Pittsburgh 1/22 50 VILLANOVA 1/26 43 SETON HALL 1/30 54 at Notre Dame 2/2 54 at Connecticut 2/9 60 WEST VIRGINIA 2/12 59 at Villanova 2/16 63 ST. JOHN'S 2/19 62 SYRACUSE 2/23 43 RUTGERS 2/26 57 at Louisville 3/1 52 at Georgetown 3/3 59 CINCINNATI 1721 ^ FIU Thanksgiving Classic (Miami, Fla.) 2008-09 (10-20) Coach Phil Seymore Date PC 11/14 62 BROWN 11/18 50 at Hartford 11/22 68 vs. Portland ^ 11/23 46 at Iowa ^ 11/26 67 at Vermont (OT) 11/30 69 at Quinnipiac 12/3 75 at Massachusetts 12/6 70 HARVARD 12/16 67 at Buffalo 12/20 67 vs. Southeast Missouri State @ 12/21 46 at Tulane @ 12/31 49 DUKE 1/3 52 at St. John's ! 1/7 77 PITTSBURGH 1/10 54 VILLANOVA 1/12 49 RHODE ISLAND 1/17 64 at DePaul 1/20 62 USF 1/24 59 at Seton Hall 1/27 48 at Villanova 1/31 49 LOUISVILLE 2/3 82 at Cincinnati (2OT) 2/10 50 at West Virginia 2/14 55 GEORGETOWN 2/18 39 CONNECTICUT 2/21 42 at Rutgers 2/25 51 MARQUETTE 2/28 56 NOTRE DAME 3/2 72 at Syracuse 3/6 48 vs. West Virginia % 1745 ^ KCRG-TV9 Hawkeye Classic (Iowa City, Iowa) @ Tulane DoubleTree Classic (New Orleans, La.) ! at Madison Square Garden (New York, N.Y.) % BIG EAST Tournament (Hartford, Conn.) 2009-10 (19-15) Coach Phil Seymore Date PC 11/13 83 at Brown 11/15 88 SAINT JOSEPH'S (Pa.) 11/20 66 HARTFORD 11/24 84 QUINNIPIAC 11/27 51 vs. Pepperdine ^ 11/28 73 vs. Northern Colorado ^ 12/2 86 BUFFALO 12/5 71 at Rhode Island 12/8 68 at Hofstra 12/11 72 at Massachusetts 12/21 57 VERMONT 12/31 62 FORDHAM 1/3 63 at Duke 1/6 52 VILLANOVA 1/9 48 at Louisville 1/12 62 at Georgetown 1/16 75 SETON HALL

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FRIAR BASKETBALL TIMELINE 1974-75 • The first season of Providence College women’s basketball. • The Friars finished with a record of 9-4. • Kay McDonald is hired as the College’s first women’s basketball coach. 1975-76 • The Friars finished with an impressive 16-3 overall record including a trip to the E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament. 1976-77 • Tim Gilbride is hired as the second women’s basketball coach at Providence. • PC ends the season with an 18-6 record including a birth in the E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament. • The Friars defeated Annhurst, 134-28, setting a team record for most points scored and margin of victory. 1977-78 • The Friars topped the 20-win mark for the first time with a 21-5 record. • PC participated in three tournaments including the E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament. 1978-79 • Another 20-win season was highlighted by victories over Brown, Boston College, UMass, and Connecticut. • The Friars finished with a 21-9 record as Mary Ann McCoy led the way averaging 11.3 points per game. 1979-80 • The third consecutive 20-win season was the last for coach Tim Gilbride as he stepped down as coach. • Two Friar greats, Mary Ann McCoy and Lynn Sheedy graduated leading the team to a 22-7 record and PC’s first ever trip to the E.A.I.A.W. National Tournament. • McCoy became the first Lady Friar to score over 1,000 points and pull down over 1,000 rebounds. • Sheedy’s 1,261 career points ranks 13th in Friar history. 1980-81 • Joe Mullaney, Jr. was named the new Providence women’s basketball head coach. • The Friars finished with a 17-12 record and earned a E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament berth. • The squad was led by Kathy Finn who averaged 15.1 points and 6.6 rebounds per contest. 1981-82 • PC captured two in-season tournaments; the Concordia Classic and the Providence College Invitational. • The Friars won a then-record 25 games, with just nine defeats, on their way to yet another E.A.I.A.W. Regional Tournament birth. 1982-83 • The Friars ended the season with a 24-6 overall record, two consecutive 20-win seasons. • Providence began play in the newly formed BIG EAST Conference, finished with a 7-1 conference record and were named Co-Champions. • Friar great Kerry Phayre graduated, earning KODAK District I All-America Team and BIG EAST Honorable Mention honors. 1983-84 • Lynn Sheedy was hired as new PC women’s basketball coach and guided the Friars to a 19-7 overall record and a 5-3 mark in conference play. • The Lady Friars defeated Miami, Duke and Monmouth enroute to the Miami Masonic Classic Tournament title. • Friar greats Kathy Finn, second on the Friar all-time scoring list and Laurie St. Jean, who started in 90 consecutive games, graduated.

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1984-85 • Providence finished with a 14-14 overall record and a 9-7 mark in the BIG EAST. • The team captured the Houston Tournament with wins over Detroit and Houston. • Britt King set a PC record for rebounds in a season (398) and rebounds per game for a season (14.2 rpg) and was named to the KODAK District I All-America Team. • Mary Burke led the team in scoring averaging 15.9 points per game. 1985-86 • New Head Coach Bob Foley, BIG EAST Coach of the Year, led the Friars to a 24-6 overall record (14-2 in the BIG EAST), a BIG EAST Championship, and a birth in their first NCAA Tournament. • PC is led by Britt King who graduated as the Friars’ all-time leading rebounder (1,025) and is named to the All-BIG EAST First Team. • The squad set team records for field goals in a game (46-twice) and consecutive wins (15). 1986-87 • PC finished with a 23-9 overall record, 12-4 in BIG EAST play and advanced to the third round of the NIT. • Friar great Mary Burke graduated missing just one game in her four year career and was named to the KODAK District I All-America Team, All-BIG EAST First Team and the Rhode Island Athlete of the Year. • Burke also received the ECAC Award of Valor. • Senior Doris Sable who led the Friars in assists each of her four years was named to the KODAK District I All-America Team • The team established the PC record for field goal percentage in a season (.496). 1987-88 • The year’s squad finished with a 13-15 overall record with a 7-9 mark in BIG EAST action. • Friar great Doreen Ferguson graduated, leading the team with 425 points (15.7 ppg) and earning Second Team All-BIG EAST honors. • Ferguson finished with 1,039 points which is good for 23rd in PC history. • The team had victories over Pittsburgh, Boston College, Rhode Island, and Seton Hall. 1988-89 • PC achieves another 20-win season with a 22-11 overall mark, 10-6 in conference play and a birth in the NCAA Tournament. • Andrea Magum and Liz Lawlor earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors while Shanya Evans made the third team. • Mangum was named to the KODAK District I All-America Team. • Freshman Tracy Lis was named BIG EAST Freshman of the Year. • The Friars won the Lady Friar Classic and the B.I.W. Maine Holiday Hoop Classic. • The team set a record for the most free throws made (45) and attempted (52) in one game. 1989-90 • One of the best teams in school history were the Co-BIG EAST Champions and BIG EAST Tournament Champions, won a team-record 27 games with just five defeats, went 14-2 in BIG EAST play, were named the ECAC Team of the Year, and reached the NCAA East Regional Semifinals. • PC was led by Andrea Mangum and Dottie VanGheem who were named to the KODAK District I All-America and First Team All-BIG EAST Teams. • Mangum graduated with 1,679 career points which is third on the PC all-time list and 1,063 rebounds, which is second on the PC all-time list. • Shanya Evans was also on the All-BIG EAST First Team. • Van Gheem graduated with the highest field goal percentage for a career (.526) and was named to the NCAA Tournament East Regional All-Tournament and CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America District I Teams. • Tracy Lis was named to the United States Junior National Team and participated in the United States Olympic Festival. • The team set a school record for most rebounds in a season (1,384), most consecutive wins (15), and finished ranked 18th in the Associated Press rankings.


FRIAR BASKETBALL TIMELINE 1990-91 • The Friars finished with a 26-6 overall record, 13-3 in conference action, reached the finals of the BIG EAST Tournament and second round of the NCAA Tournament. • Two Friar greats, Shanya Evans and Helen Mency graduated and rank 15th and 16th, respectively, on PC’s all-time scoring list. • Evans was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team, given the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award and was named a ECAC Division I All-Star. She is one of only two Division I players to score 1,000 points and dish over 900 assists. • Tracy Lis was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team and earned ECAC Division I All-Star honors. • The Friars finished ranked an all-time best 15th in the AP poll.

1996-97 • Providence College hired its sixth head coach as Jim Jabir is welcomed to the Friar family. • The Friars finished with a 13-14 overall record with a 8-10 mark in BIG EAST play. • The team was victorious in the ECAC Holiday Festival with wins over Dartmouth and Holy Cross. • Friar great Nadine Malcome graduated as the quickest Friar to reach the 1,000 point plateau as she reached it as a junior in only 54 career games. She finishes with 1,649 points, good for fifth all-time in PC scoring and earns spots on the BIG EAST All-Second, KODAK District I All-America and KODAK All-American Honorable Mention Teams.

1991-92 • A fourth consecutive 20-win season for coach Foley and the Friars as the team finished with a 21-9 overall record, a 13-5 BIG EAST mark and a birth in the NCAA Tournament. • Most arguably the greatest Friar ever, Tracy Lis, graduated as the PC all-time leading scorer with 2,534 points. • Lis was named to the All-BIG EAST First Team, awarded the BIG EAST Special Achievement Award, set a school record for points in a game (45) and season (767), a member of the KODAK District I All-America Honorable Mention Team and was named ECAC Division I Player of the Year.

1997-98 • Kerri Chatten, a Friar great, graduated with 1,378 career points which ranks her eighth all-time in PC scoring leading PC to a 10-17 overall record and a 6-12 BIG EAST record. • Freshman Jen Gombotz earned a spot on the BIG EAST All-Rookie team as she averaged 11.8 points per game. • Julie Wheeler set the PC record for most three-point field goals in a career with 252. • Both Gombotz and Wheeler finished their careers with over 1,000 points.

1992-93 • This Friar squad finished with a 15-15 overall record, a 7-11 BIG EAST record and advanced to the finals of the BIG EAST Tournament by upsetting Connecticut in the semifinals. • Sonya Lewis (17.3 ppg/4.0 rpg) and Lucie Fontanella (14.7ppg/6.9rpg) led the team and earned Third Team All-BIG EAST honors. • Lewis also made the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team and set a tournament record with 97 points scored during the weekend. • Freshman Lori Penrod was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. 1993-94 • Three Friar greats, Lucie Fontanella, Stefanie Goettsche and Sonya Lewis, graduated leading the team to a 10-21 overall record and a 10-8 mark in conference play. • Fontanella finished with 1,446 career points which is good for seventh alltime in scoring at PC and was named to the All-BIG EAST Third Team and BIG EAST All-Tournament Team. • Goettsche earned a place on the KODAK District I All-America Honorable Mention, CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America District I and All-BIG EAST First Teams. • Lewis averaged 9.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game as a senior. 1994-95 • Sophomore Nadine Malcolm led the team to a 13-15 overall record and a 5-13 record in the BIG EAST while averaging 24.4 points and 9.8 rebounds per game. • Kerri Chatten was selected to the United States Olympic Sports Festival and earned a spot on the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. • The Friars earned wins over Rhode Island, Georgetown, Boston College and St. John’s. • Julie Wheeler set the school record for three-point field goals in a season with 82. 1995-96 • This year’s squad finished with a 12-15 overall record and a 9-9 conference record giving the Friars a BIG EAST 7 Division Co-Championship. • After 11 years at Providence College, Head Coach Bob Foley stepped down after earning 206 wins, which still ranks as the most wins by any coach in the 30-year history of the women’s basketball program. • Junior Nadine Malcolm led the team in scoring and rebounding (24.2/9.8), earning spots on the KODAK District I All-America, KODAK All-American Honorable Mention, ECAC Division I All-Star First and BIG EAST All-Second Teams.

1998-99 • PC finishes with a 5-22 overall record and a 4-14 record in the BIG EAST. • Sophomore Monika Roberts led the team averaging 12.4 points and 5.8 rebounds per contest. • The Friars compete at the Moran Realty Classic in Chicago, Ill., earning a 1-1 record with a victory over New Mexico State. 1999-2000 • The Friars finished the season with a 10-17 overall record with a 5-11 BIG EAST mark. • Monika Roberts and Meghan Hinds led the squad in scoring, averaging 12.4 and 10.1 points per game, respectively. • Hinds graduated with 1,116 career points • Chrissy Vozab was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America District I Team. 2000-01 • Providence finished the campaign with a 10-17 overall record and a 4-12 record in BIG EAST action. • Coach Jabir earned his first BIG EAST Tournament victory as the Friars defeated Seton Hall in the first round. • Monika Roberts concluded her Friar career ranked 18th all-time in scoring with 1,126 points and 15th all-time in rebounding with 102 boards.2001-02 • The Friars finished with a 13-15 overall record and a 7-9 mark in conference play. • Providence defeated No. 22 Virginia Tech, 67-61, and Syracuse, 80-70, two teams who participated in the NCAA Tournament. • Chrissy Vozab graduated and ranks ninth on the PC all-time rebounding list with 338. She also earns a spot on the CoSIDA/Verizon Academic All-America District I Team. • Freshman Jessica Simmonds averaged 8.4 points and 6.5 rebounds per game, earning her a spot on the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team. 2002-03 • The Friars concluded the season with a 9-18 overall mark and a 3-13 BIG EAST record. • Providence College welcomed new Head Coach Susan Yow as the seventh coach in the program’s history. • Brooke Freeburg, Andrea Horvath, Katie Keefe and Kristin Quinn each earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star honors. 2003-04 • The Friars finished the season with a 4-23 overall mark and a 0-16 BIG EAST record. • Katie Keefe earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star honors. • Gayle Nwafili led the team in scoring and rebounding with averages of 12.3

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FRIAR BASKETBALL TIMELINE points and 8.3 rebounds per game. She also recorded seven double-doubles. 2004-05 • Providence finished the season with a 1-27 overall record and an 0-16 mark in the BIG EAST. • Providence entered the BIG EAST Women's Basketball Championship as the No. 12 seed and fell to Villanova, 67-39, in the first round. • Sophomore Shauna Snyder led PC in scoring with 13.4 points per game, and reached double figures 22 times. • Freshman Kristen Brown led the Friars in rebounding (6.2 rpg). 2005-06 • Providence College enjoyed its first season under newly appointed Head Coach Phil Seymore. • Providence finished the year with an 8-19 overall record and a 3-13 mark in the BIG EAST Conference (T-13th). • The Friars' eight wins marked a 7.5 game improvement in the win column from the previous season. • PC snapped a 39-game winless streak in BIG EAST Conference regularseason play with a 58-57 victory over Cincinnati on January 7, 2006. The Friars went on to win three league games overall on the season, after suffering two-straight winless seasons in league play during the 2003-04 and 2004-05 campaigns. • Chelsea Marandola was named to the BIG EAST Conference All-Freshmen Team. It marked the first time since 2001-02 season that a PC women's basketball player earned post-season honors. 2006-07 • Providence completed the season with a 13-16 overall record and a 3-13 mark in the BIG EAST Conference. • PC's 13 victories on the year marked the most in a single season since the 2001-02 campaign when the Friars finished the year with a 13-15 mark. • The Friars started the year with a 7-1 record, including wins in each of their first six games. It marked the Friars' best start since 1990-91, when PC started the year 7-0. • PC defeated 13th-ranked Louisville, 106-94, in double overtime on January 3, 2007. It marked the first victory for PC over a ranked opponent since defeating No. 21/22 Virginia Tech (67-61) on February 13, 2002. • Shauna Snyder became the 28th player in Providence women's basketball history to reach the 1,000-point milestone. She finished her career at PC with 1,043 points, which ranked her 23rd on the Friars' all-time scoring list. • Chelsea Marandola was named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team, while Kendria Holmes earned BIG EAST All-Freshmen Team honors. • Catherine Bove was named BIG EAST Conference Player of the Week on January 8, marking the first time a PC player earned the league's weekly honor since the 1999-00 season. 2007-08 • Friars finished the season with a 12-17 overall record and a 2-14 mark in the BIG EAST Conference. • The Friars recorded double-digit wins for the second-straight season in 2007-08. It marked the first time since the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons that the Friars have recorded double-digit victories in back-to-back seasons. • The Friars defeated a ranked opponent for the second-straight season when they upset No. 22 Syracuse, 62-58, in Providence, R.I. • The Friars closed out the non-conference schedule with 10 victories for the second-straight season. Prior to earning 10 victories in each of the last two campaigns the Friars last achieved the feat during the 1990-91 season. • During each of the last two seasons the Friars have recorded 100+ blocked shots. It marks the first time the Friars have recorded 100+ blocks in backto-back seasons since the 1988-89 and 1989-90 campaigns. • The Friars recorded 126 blocked shots in 2007-08, marking the third highest total in program history for a single season. • Mi-Khida Hankins was named to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team. 2008-09 • Friars finished the season with a 10-20 overall record and a 4-12 mark in the BIG EAST Conference. • Friars made their first appearance at the BIG EAST Women's Basketball

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Championship since 2004-05 season. • Recorded double-digit wins for the third-consecutive season under the direction of Head Coach Phil Seymore. • Providence defeated a nationally-ranked opponent for the third-consecutive season when it upset #19/20 Pittsburgh, 77-69, on January 7 in Providence, R.I. • Friars recorded 151 blocked shots on the season, marking the third-highest single-season total in program history. • Chelsea Marandola became the 29th player in program history to reach the 1,000-point career milestone. She netted 15 points against DePaul on January 17 to achieve the feat. She completed the season with a 1,182 career points, which ranks 18th all-time at Providence. 2009-10 • Friars finished the season with a 19-15 overall record and a 7-9 mark in the BIG EAST. • Earned a post-season invitation for the first time since 1992 and advanced to the Quarterfinal Round of the WNIT. The team posted a 3-1 mark in the WNIT, which is the most wins for the program all-time in a single post-season tournament. • Providence finished tied for eighth in the BIG EAST Conference standings and earned a first-round bye in the BIG EAST Women's Basketball Championship. The Friars were picked to finish 15th in the BIG EAST Preseason Coaches' Poll. • Chelsea Marandola became the first Friar since 1994 to earn All-BIG EAST First-Team honors. She closed her career at Providence third on the all-time career scoring list with 1,795 points. • Providence's 19 wins overall mark the most since the 1991-92 campaign when the Friars finished the year with a 21-9 record. PC's seven wins in league play are the most since 2001-02 (7-9). 2010-11 • The Friars finished the season with a 13-16 overall record and a 6-10 mark in the BIG EAST Conference. The squad finished 11th in the league’s final regular-season standings after being selected to place 12th in the BIG EAST Preseason Coaches’ Poll, released in October. • Five of the Friars’ 16 losses were decided by 10 points or less, including two games against BIG EAST Conference opponents. The Friars were 0-2 in overtime games during the season, including an 82-80 triple-overtime loss to Alabama (11/27/10) and a 52-50 overtime loss to Villanova in the first round of the BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Championship (3/4/11). • Mi-Khida Hankins became the 30th player in program history to reach the 1,000-point career milestone on December 22 vs. Oakland. Hankins entered the game with 999 points and hit the milestone just 2:03 into the first half on a lay-up. She finished her career at Providence ranked 19th all-time in scoring with 1,190 career points. • Teya Wright and Mi-Khida Hankins finished the season with 233 and 205 rebounds, respectively. The last time two Friars recorded 200+ rebounds in the same season dates back to the 1996-97 campaign. That year, Kerri Chatten ‘98 led the squad with 222 boards, while Nadine Malcolm ‘97 finished with 205. • Freshman Lauren “Lady” Okafor was named to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team at the conclusion of the season. She is the first Friar to earn the honor since Mi-Khida Hankins ‘11 in 2008. 2011-12 • The Friars finished the 2011-12 season with a 13-17 overall record and a 5-11 mark in the BIG EAST Conference (13th place). • The Friars defeated #20/18 DePaul on January 7, 2012 in Providence, R.I. It marked the program’s first victory over a ranked opponent since January 7, 2009 vs. then-No. 19/20 Pittsburgh. • Teya Wright led the Friars with 258 rebounds (8.9 rpg). During her four-year career at the NCAA Division I level, Wright amassed 867 boards, which ranks fourth on the Friars’ all-time career rebounding list. Wright also scored 984 points during her career, falling just 16 points shy of the 1,000-point career milestone. • Wright’s 258 rebounds were the most in a single season for the Friars since Stefanie Goettsche ‘94 recorded 290 boards during the 1993-94 campaign. • Wright finished the regular-season schedule with 13 double-doubles, which led the BIG EAST Conference. • Through 30 games, the Friars scored 60+ points 11 times and earned a 10-1 record in those games.


PROVIDENCE COLLEGE TRADITION SCHOOL SEAL

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI . . . JUST TO MENTION A FEW Allan Baker - Head of Brand Management, ING Mary Anne Bach - Deputy Regional Director, U.S. Dep. of the Interior Rev. E. Boland - Bishop Emeritus, Multan Pakistan John Bowab - Hollywood and Broadway Director William Buckley - News Editor, Newsday, N.Y. Brian Burke - President/General Manager, Toronto Maple Leafs Doris Burke - Sports Analyst, MSG Network, ESPN, NBC, CBS Peter D. Connolly, Esq. - Former Senior VP and General Council, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts; Currently a real estate developer in Chicago, Ill. Austin Croshere - Former professional Basketball Player, Indiana Pacers, NBA Donna Cupelo - President & CEO, Bell Atlantic, R.I. Richard Daley - Former Mayor, Chicago, Ill. William Daley - Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Christopher J. Dodd - U.S. Senator, Connecticut Billy Donovan - Head Coach, Men’s Basketball, University of Florida Peter Farelly - Movie Producer, Produced “Dumb and Dumber”, “Something About Mary”, and “Me, Myself and Irene” John Ferguson - Assistant General Manager, St. Louis Blues, NHL Robert Fiondella - Chairman/CEO, Phoenix Home Life Mutual Ins. Co. Elizabeth Flynn - Executive VP, Chase Manhattan Bank Raymond Flynn - Fomer Mayor of Boston and former U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican Dr. Robert Gallo - One of the discoverers of the AIDS Virus Janeane Garafalo - Actress, starred in “The Truth About Cats and Dogs” and “Copland.” Ryan Gomes - Professional Basketball Player, LA Clippers Robert Gormley - Group Executive Vice President, Citizens Bank of R.I. Richard Gotham - President, Boston Celtics (NBA) Cammi Granato - Olympian and team captain of the U.S. Women's Ice Hockey Team; Captured gold and silver medals. First female inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. V. Rev. Norman Haddad - Provicial, Dominican Province of St. Joseph Karen Ignani - President, National Association of H.M.O’s Most Rev. T. Kelley - Archbishop, Archdiocese of Louisville, K.Y. Patrick Kennedy - U.S. Congressman, Rhode Island Lou Lamoriello - CEO/President/GM, New Jersey Devils, NHL Mike Leonard - NBC News Correspondent, “The Today Show” Nadine Malcolm - Former Professional Basketball Player, WNBA John McDonald - Professional Baseball Player, Cleveland Indians Lou Merloni - Professional Baseball Player, San Diego Padres John G. O'Hurley, Jr. - Actor Arthur Ryan - Chairman, Prudential Insurance Co. Dr. Stephen Ryan - Dean of Kreck School of Medicine at USC Edward Scanlon - Executive Vice President, NBC Geoff Smith - Winner 1984 Boston Marathon Michael Smith - Chairman, Hughes Electronics William J. Sullivan - Chief Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court John Thompson - Inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame; Led Georgetown basketball to six BIG EAST titles and 1984 National Championship John Treacy - Two-time world champion cross-country runner; 1984 Olympic Silver Medalist in the marathon;Member of 1984, 1988 and 1992 Irish Olympic Teams. Carol Velez - Director, Creative Services, iVillage.com Robert Walsh - Dean, Wake Forest University, School of Law Len Wilkens - Hall of Fame Player and Coach, Current Head Coach of the New York Knicks, NBA Eric Williams - Former Professional Basketball Player, New Jersey Nets, NBA Ron Wilson - Head Coach, Toronto Maple Leafs, NHL

The Providence College seal consists of a torch superimposed on a triangle. In symbolism, the triangle represents the Trinity. Thus is signified an education which considers human existence in relation to eternity, which goes beyond the natural order and teaches the student to live according to the higher principles of supernatural grace. The torch, always indicative of learning, is particularly emblematic of a Dominican institution since it is part of the device of one of the oldest shields of the Order. At the outset it referred to Saint Dominic himself who so magnificently conquered error by the Light of Truth, and who personally and through his followers was responsible, in no small measure, for the full flowering of the medieval universities. This tradition for learning the Friars Preachers carried to every part of the world. The flame of the torch signifies the soul of man; the light of the flame indicates his mind. The torch is always borne aloft. The flame, therefore, towers over the surrounding symbols and typifies leadership among men. The motto of the College is Veritas. It means Truth, which is the proper object of all intellectual activity.

ALMA MATER Mother of Truth, we proudly pledge to thee Undying love and steadfast loyalty. From thee we learned the wondrous work of God, His goodness, grace, and holy power; Clear has thou shown that pathways must be trod; All fearless now we brave life's hour! Though failure frown, though kindly fortune smile, Firm our advance, naught can us e'er beguile. To honor bound, to love and virtue sworn, Lift we our voices in full acclaim Our lives shall thee with noble deeds adorn; Hail Providence! We praise thy name!

-- From "Finlandia" by Jan Sibelius

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ATHLETIC MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Providence College Intercollegiate Athletics program is to foster the personal development and education of young men and women through their participation in NCAA Division I athletics. Athletic contests provide an opportunity for the campus and the community at large to demonstrate their support of the College, its athletics program, and the student-athletes. The Athletic Department strives to fulfill student-athlete needs and goals in an environment steeped in the Dominican tradition in which honesty, integrity, mutual respect, effort and constant improvement are cherished and cultivated. WOMEN'S BASKETBALL - 85


2013 BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Championship Presented by American Eagle Outfitters XL Center • Hartford, Conn. First Round Friday March 8

Second Round Saturday March 9

Quarterfinals Sunday March 10

Semifinals Monday March 11

Championship Tuesday March 12

No. 13 seed 4 p.m. (BIGEAST.tv) Game 1

No. 12 seed

Noon (BETV) Game 4

No. 5 seed

Noon (ESPNU) Game 8

No. 4 seed 6 p.m. (ESPNU) Game 12

No. 9 seed 2 p.m. (BETV) Game 5

No. 8 seed

2 p.m. (ESPNU) Game 9

No. 1 seed No. 15 seed 6 p.m. (BIGEAST.tv) Game 2

No. 10 seed

7 p.m. (ESPN) Game 14 6 p.m. (BETV) Game 6

No. 7 seed

6 p.m. (BETV) Game 10

No. 2 seed No. 14 seed 8 p.m. (BIGEAST.tv) Game 3

No. 11 seed

8 p.m. (ESPNU)

2013 BIG EAST WOMEN’S Game 13 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP LOGO

8 p.m. (BETV) Game 7

No. 6 seed

8:30 p.m. (ESPNU) Game 11

No. 3 seed Session I: Games 1,2,3 Session II: Games 4, 5 Session III: Games 6, 7 Session IV: Games 8, 9 Session V: Games 10, 11 Session VI: Games 12, 13 Session VII: Game 14 PMS 186C BETV - BIG EAST Regional Sports Networks (check your local listings) PMS 281C PMS 124C

Second Round Games will also be PMS COOL GREY 8C available at www.BIGEAST.tv WHITE


PROVIDENCE COLLEGE FRIARS 2012-13 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 3

Sat.

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE (exhibition)

2:00 p.m.

9

Fri.

DREXEL

Friars All-Access (A/V)

7:00 p.m.

14

Wed.

VERMONT

Friars All-Access (A/V)

7:00 p.m.

18

Sun.

at

Virginia

Friars All-Access (A)

2:00 p.m.

20

Tues.

at

Delaware

Friars All-Access (A)

7:00 p.m.

24

Sat.

AKRON

Friars All-Access (A/V)

28

Wed.

IONA

Cox Sports (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

2:00 p.m. Noon

DECEMBER 1

Sat.

at

Hartford

WOON 1240 AM / Friars All-Access (A)

2:00 p.m.

4

Tues.

at

Harvard

Friars All-Access (A)

7:00 p.m.

7

Fri.

ARIZONA STATE

Friars All-Access (A/V)

19

Wed.

Clemson &

Friars All-Access (A)

22

Sat.

RHODE ISLAND

Friars All-Access (A/V)

29

Sat.

vs.

Colorado State ^

Friars All-Access (A)

3:00 p.m.

30

Sun.

vs.

Lafayette/Fordham ^

Friars All-Access (A)

1:00 p.m./3:00 p.m.

at

7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

JANUARY 5

Sat.

GEORGETOWN *

Friars All-Access (A/V)

2:00 p.m.

12

Sat.

LOUISVILLE *

Friars All-Access (A/V)

2:00 p.m.

16

Wed.

at

Rutgers *

Friars All-Access (A)

19

Sat.

at

23

Wed.

26

Sat.

30

Wed.

at

DePaul *

Friars All-Access (A)

VILLANOVA *

Friars All-Access (A/V)

Notre Dame *

Friars All-Access (A)

ST. JOHN'S *

WOON 1240 AM / Friars All-Access (A/V)

7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

FEBRUARY 2

Sat.

at

Syracuse *

Friars All-Access (A)

1:00 p.m.

6

Wed.

at

Pittsburgh *

Friars All-Access (A)

7:00 p.m.

9

Sat.

USF *

WOON 1240 AM / Friars All-Access (A/V)

2:00 p.m.

12

Tues.

CONNECTICUT *

SNY (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

7:00 p.m.

20

Wed.

at

Seton Hall *

WOON 1240 AM / Friars All-Access (A)

7:00 p.m.

23

Sat.

at

Cincinnati *

WOON 1240 AM / Friars All-Access (A)

2:00 p.m.

26

Tues.

MARQUETTE *

Cox Sports (TV)

7:00 p.m.

2

Sat.

NOTRE DAME *

BETV (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

4:00 p.m.

4

Mon.

at

Villanova *

Friars All-Access (A)

8

Fri.

at

BIG EAST Championship #

BIGEAST.tv / Friars All-Access (A)

TBA

9

Sat.

at

BIG EAST Championship #

BETV (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

TBA

10

Sun.

at

BIG EAST Championship #

ESPNU (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

TBA

11

Mon.

at

BIG EAST Championship #

ESPNU (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

TBA

12

Tues.

at

BIG EAST Championship #

ESPN2 (TV) / Friars All-Access (A)

TBA

MARCH

& Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Myrtle Beach Convention Center) ^ Bronx, N.Y. (Fordham Holiday Classic • Fordham University) * BIG EAST Conference opponent # Hartford, Conn. (XL Center) Friars All-Access (A/V) denotes audio and video broadcast / Friars All-Access (A) denotes audio only broadcast

7:00 p.m.


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