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2013-2014 BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE L A D Y

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13-14 BENEDICTINE COLLEGE Founded President Enrollment Facility Affiliation Conference

1858 Stephen D. Minnis 1735 Ralph Nolan Gymnasium NAIA Division 1 Heart of America Athletic Conference

Benedictine College is located in historic Atchison, Kansas, which is a small city on the west bank of the Missouri River, forty-five miles north of Kansas City, twenty miles north of Leavenworth, Kansas, and twenty miles south of St. Joseph, Missouri. Benedictine College is an academic community sponsored by the monks of St. Benedict’s Abbey and the sisters of Mount St. Scholastica Monastery. Heir to the 1500 years of Benedictine dedication to learning, Benedictine College in its own time is ordered to the goal of wisdom lived out in responsible awareness of oneself, God and nature, family and society. Its mission as a Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts, residential college is the education of men and women within a community of faith and scholarship. As a Catholic college, Benedictine College is committed to those beliefs and natural principles that form the framework of the Judeo-Christian tradition, and it is committed further to those specific matters of faith of the Roman Catholic tradition, as revealed in the person of Jesus Christ and handed down in the teachings of the Church. The college embraces students and faculty from all faiths who accept its goals, seeking in its members a personal commitment to the ideals and principles of a spiritual life and the

expression of these in worship and action. Benedictine College promotes the growing involvement of religious and laity in the Church’s ministries. As a college founded on the Benedictine tradition, Benedictine College inherits the themes handed on to us by the Benedictine family: peace, the balance of activity and contemplation, and the glorification of God in all undertakings. With the ideal of a common life vitalized by the spirit of St. Benedict, the members of the Benedictine College community can share work and prayer in common, faithful participation in the life of the community, attentive openness to the Word of God, deep concern for issues of justice and peace, and the pursuit of moderation, hospitality and care for the gifts of creation. As a liberal arts college, Benedictine College is dedicated to provide a liberal arts education by means of academic programs based on a core of studies in the arts and sciences. Through these programs, the college guides students to refine their

capacity for the pursuit and acquisition of truth, to appreciate the major achievements in thought and culture, and to understand the principles that sound theoretical and practical judgment require. In addition, the college provides education for careers through both professional courses of study and major programs in the liberal arts and sciences. As an essential element in its educational mission, Benedictine College fosters scholarship, independent research and performance in its students and faculty as a means of participating in and contributing to the broader world of learning. As a residential college, Benedictine College supports and encourages the full development of its students through a community life that expresses and proclaims the worth and dignity of each individual. In a caring and supportive atmosphere, students are helped to develop a sense of meaningful purpose in life and encouraged to participate in programs that promote sound bodies, emotional balance and dedication to the welfare of others.

A St. Joseph, Missouri, native, President Stephen D. Minnis graduated from Benedictine College in 1982. He obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from Washburn University in 1985 and Master’s of Business Administration degree in 1993. He went on to work successfully as a corporate lawyer. His wife Amy (Kohake) Minnis graduated from Benedictine in 1984 and currently teaches in the Education Department at Benedictine College. The couple has three children, Matthew, Michael, and Molly. Minnis began his presidential duties Oct. 1, 2004.

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FRONT COVER

SENIOR PHOTO PAGE 4

RAVENS IN THE COMMUNITY PAGE 6

ON CAMPUS

14 SEASON PREVIEW

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FACILITIES PAGE 12

BASKETBALL FACILITIES PAGE 14

SEASON PREVIEW PAGE 16

ROSTERS PAGE 18

PLAYER BIOS

35 COACHES’ PROFILES

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2013-2014 SCHEDULE PAGE 35

COACHES’ PROFILES PAGE 41

SEASON REVIEW PAGE 44

STATISTICS PAGE 45

HONORS AND AWARDS PAGE 46

HISTORICAL STATISTICS PAGE 55

41 SEASON REVIEW

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TEAM UNIFORM PHOTO

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13-14 RAVENS IN THE COMMUNITY

LITTLE RAVEN CLINIC The Little Raven Basketball Clinic is a chance for young girls and boys to receive direct coaching from the Lady Raven basketball staff and players. Instructions focus on the fundamentals of the game, as well as playing contests. All participants earn the unique opportunity to play during half-time of a Raven home game, in addition to a pizza party with the Lady Raven players.

HALLOWEEN HOOPS New to the Lady Raven event lineup is Halloween Hoops. This unique and free event offers local children and their family a safe and entertaining trick-or-treat opportunity. The night begins with an introduction of both the Raven and Lady Raven players and staff, followed by a 3-point challenge between the Ravens and Lady Ravens, a slam-dunk contest for the men, and then a costume contest for all children in attendance. The night concludes with children trick-or-treating from the teams, receiving candy and autographs in exchange for a good joke!

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ON CAMPUS Benedictine College was founded in 1858 as St. Benedict’s College in Atchison. In 1863, in the middle of the Civil War, seven Benedictine sisters arrived and founded an academy for young women. They went on to establish Mount St. Scholastica College. In 1971, Benedictine College was created when the Mount and St. Benedict’s merged to form what now has become one of the finest Catholic colleges in America.


13-14 ON CAMPUS Today, Benedictine College is experiencing a renaissance. Enrollment is soaring with new academic programs and facilities attracting large incoming freshman classes and record-setting attendance. At the core of this success are a thriving faith life, strong sense of community, and rigorous academic programs. Combining both new programs and facilities, the Mother Teresa Center for Nursing and Health Education signals the start of the new nursing program at Benedictine College. At the same time, remodeling in Westerman Hall to add a stateof-the-art engineering lab and a unique collaboration with the University of North Dakota, allows Benedictine students to earn degrees in Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. Benedictine College is still one of the few places students can major in Youth Ministry, and the College Ministry program, recognized as one of the most vibrant in the country, continues to expand. In athletics, lights on the soccer field and Field Turf™ on both the football and soccer fields have improved those venues for varsity sports while allowing them to be used for intramurals, summer athletic camps, and club sports. U.S. News & World Report has named Benedictine College as one of America’s best colleges and the school is a bright star in the world of Catholic higher education, having been named one of the top Catholic Colleges in America by First Things magazine and the Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College. The School of Business continues to receive international attention with its graduate programs and the Journal of International Business. The Cray Center for Entrepreneurship was recently highlighted nationally for its creative approach to spreading entrepreneurship in the Heartland of America. Benedictine College’s campus in Florence, Italy, continues to grow in popularity, giving students the chance to spend an entire semester studying abroad. In addition to above, the Discovery Program continues to provide excellent research opportunities for students who wish to pursue projects outside the standard classroom curriculum.

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Benedictine College is located in historic Atchison, Kansas, which is a small city on the west bank of the Missouri River, forty-five miles north of Kansas City, twenty miles north of Leavenworth, Kansas, and twenty miles south of St. Joseph, Missouri. The heritage of Benedictine College is rooted in the fifteen-hundred-year tradition of the Benedictine Order and the more recent dedication of the American Catholic church to providing sound general and religious education to its members. In 1856, at the request of the Most Rev. John B. Miege, S.J., Vicar Apostolic of Leavenworth, two Benedictine monks arrived in Atchison with the intention of founding a Benedictine school of higher learning for the people of Kansas.

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The centerpiece of the Raven basketball program is the Ralph Nolan Gymnasium. The ‘Nolan’ has played home to the program since its dedication in fall 1996. The gymnasium is named for former head coach, and Benedictine College Hall of Fame member Ralph Nolan. Nolan led the Ravens to two NAIA National Championships in 1954 and 1967.


13-14 BASKETBALL FACILITIES

TOP: Nolan Gymnsium Court is home of the Ravens. LEFT: Women’s basketball locker room. ABOVE: John T. Dugan Basketball Suite houses both the men’s and women’s basketball program coaches’ offices as well as a waiting area centered around the National Championship trophies.

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he 2013-2014 Benedictine College women’s basketball team is looking forward to challenging for another Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) title after finishing second last season with a 16-2 conference record, a 28-6 overall record, and a #11 national ranking in the NAIA Division I polls. After earning a trip to the NAIA Division I national tournament in Frankfort, KY, last season, the team is even more motivated and determined to earn a return trip in 2013-2014. The Lady Ravens under the direction of Head Coach Chad Folsom, entering his 13th season at the helm, return three starters, and Honorable Mention All-American, two All-Conference performers, six seniors, as well as eigth players with significant experience from last season. To add depth and talent to this year’s squad, Coach Folsom has added two transfers and two freshmen. In the guard position, the Lady Ravens return a great deal of experience and talent. Though the 2013-2014 team will miss the All-time leader in assists, Kelsey Anselmi, the team returns the third best player in the HAAC for assists a season ago - senior point guard Rosie Youngstrom. Rosie’s experience will be needed to run the show this season. She will be backed up by red-shirt freshman Ali Taff and true freshman Rashayla

“We are deep, have good team chemistry, great leadership, and good shooters, The pieces are there to once again compete for a conference title.” Mathis. In the wing position, the Lady Ravens will be counting on seniors Justice Payne and Katie Barr and junior Jackie Ziesel, all returning from a strong 2012-2013 campaign. Justice Payne, a long range bomber, led the HAAC in made 3-pters (91) last season and set the BC record. Katie is a tireless worker and was one of the team leaders last season in offensive rebounds. Jackie Ziesel is an athletic wing who averaged seven points and four rebounds last year. Senior Tori Aubuchon, juniors Rachel Thrash and Claire Pedulla, and red-shirt freshman Dallas Frederikson will also provide depth and outside shooting ability to the guard core. In the post and power forward positions, Benedictine College returns senior starter Erin Murphy. Erin was the third leading scorer last season averaging nine ppg and was the team’s leading rebounder with 5.6 rebounds per game. She is joined in the post by sophomore

Chayla Rutledge and Senior April Miller who both played significant minutes last season and will be counted on to score more for the Lady Ravens. Transfers Jordan Kramer, Kaitlyn Mercer, junior Cierra Akers, sophomore Whitney Morrow, and freshman Marissa Rich will provide additional size and scoring to the front line. The Lady Ravens’ experience, depth, and talent, has Coach Chad Folsom very excited about this year’s team. The preseason schedule is tough again this season with games versus NAIA Division I nationally ranked #2 Oklahoma City University and NAIA Division II nationally ranked #7 Northwestern Iowa University, #23 College of St. Mary, and RV Friends University, along with NCAA Division II power Washburn University. The strong schedule should help prepare the Lady Ravens for the tough and competitive HAAC.

DATES TO REMEMBER Jan. 9 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Feb. 8

Little Ravens Night 1st-3rd grade Little Ravens Night 4th-6th grade Athletic Academic Achievement Night Breast Cancer Awareness/ Atchison Heroes

Feb. 15 Raven Alumni/ White Out Night Mar. 1 Senior Night

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13-14 Rosters

No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

RS Cierra Akers F 6’0 JR Kansas City, MO 14 Tori Aubuchon G 5’7 SR Mapaville, MO 20 Katie Barr G 5’8 SR Glendale, AZ 23 Dallas Frederikson G 5’9 FR Timaru, New Zealand 25 Jordan Kramer G 5’10 SO Winchester, KS 12 Rashayla Mathis G 5’11 FR Leavenworth, KS 40 Kaityln Mercer F 6’2 JR Stanberry, MO 32 April Miller C 6’1 SR Lawrence, KS RS Whitney Morrow F 5’11 SO Kansas City, KS 35 Erin Murphy F 5’10 SR Olathe, KS 21 Justice Payne G 5’9 SR Perkins, OK 3 Claire Pedulla G 5’8 JR Oklahoma City, OK RS Jayde Reid G 5’11 SO Topeka, KS 44 Marissa Rich F 6’1 FR Tempe, AZ 42 Chayla Rutledge F 5’11 SO Stockton, MO 10 Alexa Taff G 5’4 FR St. Joseph, MO 5 Rachel Thrash G 6’0 JR Omaha, NE 4 Rosie Youngstrom G 5’7 SR Merriam, KS 30 Jackie Ziesel G 5’9 JR St. Joseph, MO

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13-14 Media Roster

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CLAIRE

PEDULLA

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 5’8

JUNIOR

GUARD

14

TORI

AUBUCHON

Mapaville, Missouri 5’7

SENIOR

JACKIE

ZIESEL

GUARD

30

St. Joseph, Missouri 5’9

JUNIOR

MARISSA

RICH

FRESHMAN

YOUNGSTROM Merriam, Kansas 5’7

SENIOR

KATIE

BARR

GUARD

20

Glendale, Arizona 5’8

SENIOR

APRIL

MILLER

44

6’1

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CIERRA

POST

RS

Kansas City, Missouri

FORWARD

6’0

JUNIOR

THRASH

Omaha, Nebraska 6’0

GUARD

21

JUSTICE

PAYNE

5’9

SENIOR

ERIN

MURPHY

FORWARD

5’10

SENIOR

WHITNEY

MORROW

GUARD

35

TAFF 5’4

FRESHMAN

23

DALLAS

RS

SOPHOMORE FORWARD

RASHAYLA

MATHIS

12

Leavenworth, Kansas

GUARD

FREDERIKSON

5’11

FRESHMAN

JORDON

KRAMER

GUARD

25

Timaru, New Zealand

Winchester, Kansas

5’9

5’10

FRESHMAN

FORWARD

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KAITLYN

MERCER

Stanberry, Missouri

FORWARD

Kansas City, Kansas 5’11

10

ALEXA

St. Joseph, Missouri

JUNIOR

Olathe, Kansas

SENIOR

AKERS

5

RACHEL

Perkins, Oklahoma GUARD

Lawrence, Kansas

GUARD

Tempe, Arizona

6’1

4

ROSIE

6’2

JUNIOR

JAYDE

REID

SOPHOMORE

CHAYLA

GUARD

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RUTLEDGE Stockton, Missouri

FORWARD

5’11

SOPHOMORE FORWARD

RS

Topeka, Kansas 5’11

SOPHOMORE

GUARD

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TORI

AUBUCHON

14 Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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GP 6 13 10

FGM 1 4 4

FGA 2 16 12

3PM 0 2 2

3PA 1 10 6

FTM 0 1 4

FTA 0 2 4

PLAYER BIO 5’7 Senior Guard Mapaville, Missouri Previous School: St. Pius X High School

OFF 0 2 2

DEF 1 2 1

REB 1 4 3

AST 1 1 1

STL 1 0 2

BLK 0 0 0

TO 1 3 1

PF 2 2 2

PTS 2 11 14


KATIE

BARR

20 Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

GP 22 26 34

FGM 23 33 67

FGA 59 104 175

3PM 11 6 18

3PA 28 34 60

FTM 4 24 36

FTA 5 38 54

PLAYER BIO 5’8 Senior Guard Glendale, Arizona Previous school: St. Mary’s High School

OFF 11 19 41

DEF 23 64 89

REB 34 83 130

AST 11 21 43

STL 15 25 46

BLK 2 4 11

TO 20 45 56

PF 21 26 65

PTS 61 96 188

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APRIL

MILLER

32 Year 2012-13

20

GP 25

FGM 12

FGA 37

3PM 0

3PA 0

FTM 6

FTA 14

PLAYER BIO 6’1 Senior Center Lawrence, Kansas Previous school: Butler County Community College

OFF 14

DEF 33

REB 47

AST 14

STL 6

BLK 2

TO 15

PF 26

PTS 30


ERIN

MURPHY

35 Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

GP 32 29 34

FGM 97 76 120

FGA 194 153 255

3PM 3 5 4

3PA 8 10 20

FTM 24 31 78

FTA 41 59 110

PLAYER BIO 5’10 Senior Forward Olathe, Kansas Previous school: Notre Dame de Sion

OFF 60 45 67

DEF 90 67 122

REB 150 112 189

AST 19 15 34

STL 20 21 26

BLK 6 5 11

TO 34 28 46

PF 86 36 70

PTS 221 188 322

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JUSTICE

PAYNE

21 Year 2012-13

22

GP 34

FGM 137

FGA 366

3PM 91

3PA 260

FTM 61

FTA 79

PLAYER BIO 5’9 Senior Guard Perkins, Oklahoma Previous school: Northern Oklahoma College

OFF 15

DEF 55

REB 70

AST 74

STL 46

BLK 12

TO 97

PF 74

PTS 426


PLAYER BIO

ROSIE

YOUNGSTROM

4 Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

GP 32 30 34

FGM 31 63 63

FGA 79 133 155

3PM 10 21 15

3PA 34 64 55

FTM 23 56 57

FTA 39 73 82

5’7 Senior Guard Merriam, Kansas Previous school: Bishop Miege High School

OFF 21 10 17

DEF 63 63 72

REB 84 73 89

AST 83 90 124

STL 26 37 38

BLK 3 0 3

TO 58 63 68

PF 34 34 38

PTS 95 203 198

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CLAIRE

PEDULLA

3 Year 2012-13

24

GP 8

FGM 1

FGA 5

3PM 1

3PA 2

FTM 3

FTA 4

PLAYER BIO 5’8 Junior Guard Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Previous school: Bishop McGuinness High School

OFF 0

DEF 5

REB 5

AST 0

STL 0

BLK 0

TO 4

PF 4

PTS 6


RACHEL

THRASH

5 Year 2011-12 2012-13

GP 20 11

FGM 16 17

FGA 33 43

3PM 7 5

3PA 16 16

FTM 3 7

FTA 14 14

PLAYER BIO 6’0 Junior Guard Omaha, Nebraska Previous school: Marian High School

OFF 5 15

DEF 13 17

REB 18 32

AST 9 10

STL 7 8

BLK 2 2

TO 26 17

PF 11 6

PTS 42 46

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JACKIE

ZIESEL

30 Year 2011-12 2012-13

26

GP 31 32

FGM 54 35

FGA 190 180

3PM 29 32

3PA 87 93

FTM 10 54

FTA 22 77

PLAYER BIO 5’9 Junior Guard St.Joseph, Missouri Previous school: Bishop LeBlond High School

OFF 40 39

DEF 87 75

REB 127 114

AST 34 28

STL 39 34

BLK 1 2

TO 53 35

PF 19 36

PTS 147 216


CHAYLA

RUTLEDGE

42 Year 2011-12 2012-13

GP 5 23

FGM 8 26

FGA 30 65

3PM 3 8

3PA 11 15

FTM 3 24

FTA 4 35

PLAYER BIO 5’11 Sophomore Forward Stockton, Missouri Previous school: Stockton High School

OFF 15 12

DEF 9 20

REB 24 32

AST 1 7

STL 6 7

BLK 0 1

TO 10 10

PF 5 18

PTS 22 84

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CIERRA

AKERS RS

Year 2011-12 2012-13

28

GP 12 11

FGM 4 0

FGA 12 1

3PM 0 0

3PA 0 0

FTM 5 1

FTA 10 6

PLAYER BIO 6’0 Junior Forward Kansas City, Missouri Previous school: Hickman Mills High School

OFF 12 5

DEF 11 5

REB 23 10

AST 2 3

STL 5 1

BLK 2 0

TO 10 3

PF 11 1

PTS 13 1


WHITNEY

MORROW RS Year 2012-13

GP 4

FGM 0

FGA 1

3PM 0

3PA 0

FTM 0

FTA 0

PLAYER BIO 5’11 Sophomore Forward Kansas City, Kansas Previous school: Piper High School

OFF 2

DEF 1

REB 3

AST 1

STL 1

BLK 0

TO 0

PF 0

PTS 0

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JAYDE

REID RS Year 2012-13

30

GP 34

FGM 59

FGA 141

3PM 19

3PA 53

FTM 56

FTA 70

PLAYER BIO 5’11 Sophomore Guard Topeka, Kansas Previous school: Hayden High School

OFF 50

DEF 59

REB 109

AST 19

STL 23

BLK 5

TO 32

PF 44

PTS 193


JORDAN

KRAMER

25

KAITLYN

MERCER

40

PLAYER BIO 5’10 Sophomore Guard Winchester, Kansas Previous school: Washburn University

PLAYER BIO 6’2 Junior Forward Stanberry, Missouri Previous school: State Fair

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MARISSA

RICH

44

PLAYER BIO 6’1 Freshman Forward Tempe, Arizona Previous school: Tempe Prep Academy

RASHAYLA

MATHIS

12

PLAYER BIO 5’7 Freshman Guard Leavenworth, Kansas Previous school: Leavenworth High School

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ALEXA

TAFF

10

PLAYER BIO 5’4 Freshman Guard St.Joseph, Missouri Previous school: St. Joseph Christian High School

PLAYER BIO

DALLAS

FREDERIKSON

23

5’10 Freshman Guard Timaru, New Zealand Previous school: Mountainview High School

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13-14 Schedule

2013-2014 SCHEDULE Nov. 5 Bethel College Newton, KS 6:00 PM Nov. 9 Friends University Atchison, KS 7:00 PM Nov. 15 University of St. Mary Baldwin City, KS 5:30 PM Nov. 16 Ottawa University Baldwin City, KS 1:00 PM Nov. 19 College of Saint Mary Omaha, NE 5:00 PM Nov. 22 Johnson & Wales Atchison, KS 7:30 PM Nov. 23 Northwestern College Atchison, KS 3:00 PM Nov. 26 Washburn University** Topeka, KS 5:30 PM Dec. 2 Park University Atchison, KS 7:00 PM Dec. 5 Peru State College* Peru, NE 5:30 PM Dec. 7 Avila University* Atchison, KS 2:00 PM Dec. 9 Grinnell College Grinnell, IA 5:30 PM Dec. 14 Central Methodist University* Fayette, MO 2:00 PM Dec. 20 Oklahoma City University Oklahoma City, OK 5:30 PM Jan. 4 Arizona Christian Denver, CO 3:00 PM Jan. 5 Johnson & Wales Denver, CO 1:00 PM Jan. 9 Baker University* Atchison, KS 5:30 PM Jan. 11 MNU* Olathe, KS 2:00 PM Jan. 16 Graceland University* Lamoni, IA 5:30 PM Jan. 18 Missouri Valley Colllege* Atchison, KS 2:00 PM Jan. 23 Culver-Stockton* Atchison, KS 5:30 PM Jan. 25 Evangel University* Springfield, MO 2:00 PM Jan. 30 Peru State College* Atchison, KS 5:30 PM Feb. 1 Avila University* Kansas City, MO 2:00 PM Feb. 8 Central Methodist University* Atchison, KS 2:00 PM Feb. 13 Baker University* Baldwin, KS 5:30 PM Feb. 15 MNU* Atchison, KS 2:00 PM Feb. 20 Graceland University* Atchison, KS 5:30 PM Feb. 22 Missouri Valley College* Marshall, MO 2:00 PM Feb. 27 Culver-Stockton* Canton, MO 5:30 PM Mar. 1 Evangel University* Atchison, KS 2:00 PM *DENOTES HAAC game, **DENOTES Exhibition

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CHAD

FOLSOM HEAD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH CHARACTER.ABILITY.PERSONAL INTEGRITY.MENTOR.DEMANDING.LOYALTY.DEVOTION Raven women’s basketball coach Chad Folsom took over the program heading into the 2001-2002 school year and since then has become the Ravens all-time winningest coach, guiding the program to a 260-130 market. Under his leadership, the Lady Ravens have averaged 21-plus wins for 12 straight years.

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Winningest coach in school history 1st all-time leader in winning percentage 3 national tournament appearences 2 HAAC regular season titles


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Folsom’s 2005-2006 Lady Ravens’ squad set a school record for wins. The team finished the year 30-5, won the HAAC, won the post-season HAAC tournament, and reached the Elite Eight at the NAIA Division II National Tournament. During his tenure, the program has earned 40 AllHAAC selections performers while he has coached four NAIA All-America selections. Folsom returned to his hometown of Atchison, Kansas, after being away for 11 years. Before coming to Benedictine College, he coached the men’s basketball team at Lamar Community College in Lamar, Colorado, for four years, three years as the head coach. Folsom brought the men’s program at Lamar C.C. to their first winning season in eight years, while at the same time his teams produced five Academic All-Americans. Coach Folsom graduated from Maur Hill Prep School in Atchison, KS, in 1990 before he attended Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa. While at Grinnell, Chad earned a total of 12 varsity letters in basketball, indoor, and outdoor track and was named captain his senior year in all three sports. Folsom’s 1994 Grinnell Pioneers’ basketball team was the National Scoring Champions averaging 110 points per game. Chad has been named the Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) Coach of the Year twice and led the program to the NAIA Div. II National Championship Tournament in both 2005’06 and 2007-’08. In 2012-13, the Ravens went 28-6 overall and 16-2 in the HAAC, qualifying for the NAIA Div. I National Tournament for the first time since the conference joined the NAIA Div. I ranks for the 2008-09 season. Benedictine also finished the season ranked No. 11 in NAIA Div. I.

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Under his leadership, the Lady Ravens have not only become one of the most consistent programs in the HAAC on the floor but have become known as one of the top academic programs in the Midwest. He has coached 34 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes in his 12 years with the Ravens and his programs have consistently been named a NAIA Scholar Program carrying a team cumulative G.P.A. over a 3.20. Graduating from a small, liberal arts college, Coach Folsom understands the important balance of a quality education and athletics.

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Folsom graduated from Grinnell College in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He then attended the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, where he completed his master’s degree in sport psychology in 1997. Chad is married to Amy (McKelvy), a 1995 graduate of Benedictine College. Amy and Chad reside in Atchison with their five children, Haylie, Taylor, Madison, Kaitlyn, and Kyle.

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ANDI

WILDER

ASSISTANT WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

CHARACTER.ABILITY.PERSONAL INTEGRITY.MENTOR.DEMANDING.LOYALTY.DEVOTION Andi Wilder joined the Raven women’s basketball program prior to the 2008-09 season.

year as an assistant coach at North Dakota State College of Science, an NJCAA Division I school.

Coach Wilder came to Benedictine from fellow conference member Central Methodist University, where she was an assistant coach for three years. While at CMU, she assisted with film exchange, scouting, recruiting, and coaching the JV program. Before Central Methodist, Coach Wilder spent one

Coach Wilder is actively involved in recruiting, pre-season and post-season conditioning, film exchange, and on-the-floor coaching in practices and games. In addition to her duties as an assistant for the women’s basketball program, she supervises the Student-Athlete Advisor Council

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(SAAC) made up of athletes from the various programs on campus, holds two HAAC regular season titles, and has two national tournament appearances. She has helped build the program into a nationallyranked NAIA Div. I member having arrived at Benedictine in the first season of their transition from NAIA Div. II to NAIA Div. I.


RACHEL

HALASZYNSKI ASSISTANT WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

CHARACTER.ABILITY.PERSONAL INTEGRITY.MENTOR.DEMANDING.LOYALTY.DEVOTION Rachel Halaszynski is joining the Benedictine College women’s basketball coaching staff as a graduate assistant coach this season.

In her collegiate career, Rachel scored 1,273 points and grabbed 811 rebounds, while accumulating 82 double-doubles.

Rachel, a native of Pittsburgh, PA, played her collegiate basketball at Penn State Allegheny. She was a PSAC All-Conference and Academic AllConference selection for three years, and was a USCAA All-American selection twice.

She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Marketing and is pursuing her Master’s in Business Administration at Benedictine College.

Rachel assists the women’s basketball program with on the floor coaching in practice and games, as well as working with film exchange, video editing, and recruiting.

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1 3 - 1 4 AT H L E T I C D E PA R T M E N T TITLE NAME PHONE (913) EMAIL Athletic Director Charlie Gartenmayer 360-7583 cgartenmayer@benedictine.edu Assistant Athletic Director

Michael Faucett

360-7360

mfaucett@benedictine.edu

Faculty Athletic Rep.

Dr. Eric Fox-Linton

360-7915

elinton@benedictine.edu

Administrative Assistant Kim Fry 360-7564 kfry@benedictine.edu Sports Information Director

Josh Pound

360-7634

jpound@benedictine.edu

Head Trainer Patrick Hodapp 360-7624 phodapp@benedictine.edu Asst. Trainer Jarod Crowley 360-7378 jcrowley@benedictine.edu Asst. Trainer Megan Callahan 360-7381 mcallahan@benedictine.edu Asst. Trainer Agnes Meatte 360-7626 ameatte@benedictine.edu Baseball Doc Beeman 360-7376 dbeeman@benedictine.edu Men’s Basketball Ryan Moody 360-7587 rmoody@benedictine.edu Assistant Men’s Basketball

John Peer

360-7379

jpeer@benedictine.edu

Women’s Basketball Chad Folsom 360-7380 cfolsom@benedictine.edu Assistant Women’s Basketball

Andi Wilder

360-7988

awilder@benedictine.edu

Cheer Missy Nigus 360-7564 mnigus@benedictine.edu Cross Country Rex Lane 360-7606 rlane@benedictine.edu Dance Stephanie Redd 360-7564 sredd@benedictine.edu Football Larry Wilcox 360-7542 lwilcox@benedictine.edu Men’s Soccer Rob Herringer 360-7374 rherringer@benedictine.edu Women’s Soccer Lincoln Roblee 360-7549 lroblee@benedictine.edu Softball Dana Goss 360-8550 dgoss@benedictine.edu Track & Field Darin Schmitz 360-7563 dschmitz@benedictine.edu Volleyball Erin Pick-Cooper 360-7377 ecooper@benedictine.edu Wrestling Thomas Williams 360-7362 twilliams@benedictine.edu

Since 1979, defensive coordinator Charlie Gartenmayer has served alongside Coach Larry Wilcox.Six years ago, after retiring from many years of service to the Atchison public school system, Coach Gartenmayer was asked to take over as the school’s Athletic Director. His duties as Athletic Director in addition to his coaching responsibilities allowed him to become a full-time member of the Athletic Department staff. Before taking over as the AD, he was the Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Support Services after his retirement from USD 409 in spring 2007. A former Raven himself, Coach Gartenmayer was a key member of the Ravens 1974 squad that finished the season as the top-ranked defense in the NAIA. The 1974 Ravens defense surrendered just 164.7 yards per game that season. Along with his many years of dedication to the Raven football program, Coach Gartenmayer was also recognized in 2000 as the top assistant coach in the NAIA, earning the distinguished AFCA-NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year award.

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12-13 Season Review

SEASON REVIEW 2012-2013 I

n 2012-2013, the Benedictine College women’s basketball team had another record setting season under Head Coach Chad Folsom in his 12th year. The Lady Ravens finished the year with a 28-6 record and a 16-2 Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) record. The team ended up second in the HAAC and qualified for the NAIA Division I national tournament in Frankfort, Kentucky, for the first time since the HAAC became NAIA Division I five years ago. While at the NAIA Division I tournament, the Lady

Ravens won their first round game vs. Bethel (TN) University and made it to the sweet sixteen. The Benedictine Women’s basketball team ended the year ranked #11 in the NAIA Division I polls, the highest finish ever by a Lady Raven team. The team was led by senior point guard Kelsey Anslemi, who rewrote the Benedictine College women’s basketball record books, breaking the Benedictine all-time assist record for a career (482 assists), for a season (190),

2012-2013 HAAC STANDINGS 1 MidAmerica Nazarene University 17-3 2 Benedictine College 16-2 3 Central Methodist University 12-6 4 Baker University 12-6 5 Peru State University 9-9 6 Culver-Stockton University 8-10 7 Evangel University 6-12 8 Missouri Valley College 5-13 9 Avila University 5-13 10 Graceland University 0-18

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and set the all-time record for assists per game for a career (4.0 apg), and for a season (5.6 apg). Kelsey led the HAAC in assists and earned secondteam All-Conference honors. Junior guard Justice Payne also left her mark on the record books setting the BC alltime record for made 3-point shots in a season (91). Justice was named firstteam All-HAAC and Honorable Mention All-American. Seniors Erin Murphy and Liz Stinson also earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors. The 2012-2013 Benedictine women’s basketball team not only succeeded on the court, but also in the classroom. They were named an NAIA Scholar Team for the 7th straight year with an overall G.P.A. over 3.20. Senior Liz Stinson and Junior Tori Aubuchon were both named Academic All-American.


12-13 Season Review

2012-2013 SCHEDULE Nov. 2 Bethany College Olathe, KS 69-50 Nov. 3 Sterling College Olathe, KS 77-52 Nov. 6 Briar Cliff University Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 71-85 Nov. 9 Ottawa University Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 72-60 Nov. 10 Park University Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 67-63 Nov. 14 Bethel College Newton, KS 73-68 Nov. 16 Missouri Baptist University Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 71-59 Nov. 17 Friends University Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 61-49 Nov. 20 College of Saint Mary Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 86-82 Nov. 25 Grinnell College Grinnell, IA 65-52 Nov. 29 Graceland University* Lamoni, IA 76-55 Dec. 1 Evangel University* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 64-52 Dec. 3 Washburn University Topeka, KS Dec. 19 Shawnee State University Daytona Beach, FL 74-88 Dec. 20 Warner Southern University Daytona Beach, FL 77-36 Jan. 3 Culver-Stockton College* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 71-47 Jan. 5 MidAmerica Nazarene University* Olathe, KS 56-69 Jan. 10 Peru State College* Peru, NE 59-46 Jan. 12 Central Methodist University* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 67-57 Jan. 14 Missouri Valley College* Marshall, MO 68-57 Jan. 17 Baker University* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 61-59 Jan. 19 Avila University* Kansas City, MO 64-49 Jan. 24 Graceland University* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 69-48 Jan. 26 Evangel University* Springfield, MO 72-41 Feb. 2 Missouri Valley College* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 75-52 Feb. 7 Culver-Stockton College* Canton, MO 59-52 Feb. 9 MidAmerica Nazarene University* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 65-70 Feb. 14 Peru State College* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 73-57 Feb. 16 Central Methodist University* Fayette, MO 62-56 Feb. 23 Avila University* Ralph Nolan Gymnasium 71-56 Feb. 25 Baker University* Baldwin City, KS 85-80 Feb. 28 Evangel Atchison, KS 75-57 Mar. 2 Central Methodist Atchison, KS 70-78 Mar. 14 Bethel Frankfort, KY 81-74 Mar. 15 Cumberland Frankfort, KY 54-65

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1 2 - 1 3 S TAT I S T I C S

#

Player

GP

FG

FGA

3-PT 3-PTA

3

Claire Pedulla

8

1

5

1

2

3

4

0

5

5

4

0

4

0

0

6

4

Rosie Youngstrom

34

63

155

15

55

57

82

17

72

89

38

124

68

3

38

198

10

Kelsey Anselmi

34

90

231

31

90

56

77

10

132

142

70

190

112

11

58

267

14

Tori Aubuchon

10

4

12

2

6

4

4

2

1

3

2

1

1

0

2

14

20

Katie Barr

34

67

175

18

60

36

54

41

89

130

65

43

56

11

46

188

21

Justice Payne

34

137

366

91

260

61

79

15

55

70

74

46

97

12

46

188

25

Whitney Morrow

4

0

1

0

0

0

0

2

1

3

0

1

0

0

1

0

30

Jackie Ziesel

32

65

180

32

93

54

77

39

75

114

36

28

35

2

34

216

32

April Miller

25

12

37

0

0

6

14

14

33

47

26

14

15

2

6

30

33

Jayde Reid

34

59

141

19

53

56

70

50

59

109

44

19

32

5

23

193

35

Erin Murphy

34

120

255

4

20

78

110

67

122

189

70

34

46

11

26

322

40

Liz Stinson

34

146

314

0

0

72

101

68

95

163

68

41

60

21

17

364

42

Chayla Rutledge

23

26

65

8

15

24

35

12

20

32

18

7

10

1

7

84

44

Cierra Akers

11

0

1

0

0

1

6

5

5

10

4

1

3

0

1

1

75

Rachel Thrash

11

17

43

5

16

7

14

15

17

32

6

10

17

2

8

46

76

Alexa Taff

5

2

6

1

3

0

0

0

6

6

1

4

3

0

1

5

44

FT

FTA

OFF

DEF TOT

PF

A

TO

BLK

ST

PTS


12-13 HONORS & AWARDS

JUSTICE

KELSEY

1st Team All-Conference Honorable Mention All-Conference

2nd Team All-Conference

PAYNE

LIZ

STINSON Honorable Mention All-Conference

ANSELMI

ERIN

MURPHY Honorable Mention All-Conference

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1 2 - 1 3 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S

1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S

L A

S C I C R I

T O S T I S

T I H TA S

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1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S CAREER SCORING LEADERS 1. Emily Smith 2. Abby Winder 3. Amy Bremmer 4. Mary DeGroot 5. Rosemary Mattas 6. Sarah Brown 7. Torri Feutz 8. Nicole (Reilly) Fields 9. Kelsey Wolfe 10. Nikki Graves 11. Angie Metzger 12. Jessi Vercande 13. Celina Popovich 14. Courtney Edmonds

YEARS TOTAL 3 PT FG FT 2002-06 1,678 77 597 407 2005-09 1,439 28 499 413 1986-90 1,425 0 595 235 1993-97 1,402 59 474 395 1984-88 1,361 18 503 301 1999-03 1,334 298 421 194 1998-02 1,273 42 436 359 2004-08 1,224 109 450 215 2008-12 1,208 152 383 290 1990-94 1,206 75 380 371 1992-96 1,118 0 458 202 1997-99 1,060 124 376 184 1996-00 1,047 0 413 221 2004-08 1,032 127 404 97

SINGLE SEASON SCORING LEADERS 1. Jessi Vercande 2. Jessi Vercande 3. Amy Bremmer 4. Mary DeGroot 5. Danielle Bagbey 6. Emily Smith 7. Emily Smith 8. Danielle Bagbey 9. Justice Payne 10. Abby Winder 11. Abby Winder 12. Emily Smith 13. Amy Bremmer 14. Angie Metzger 15. Abby Winder 16. Amy Bahr 17. Mary DeGroot 18. Sarah Brown 19. Sarah Brown 20. Torri Feutz

SEASON TOTAL 3 PT FG FT 1998-99 531 59 192 88 1997-98 529 65 184 96 1989-90 525 1996-97 501 30 167 137 1997-98 491 52 149 141 2004-05 463 27 177 82 2005-06 460 11 168 119 1996-97 452 53 145 109 2012-13 426 91 137 61 2008-09 420 15 151 103 2007-08 405 2 143 117 2003-04 404 17 137 113 1988-89 404 1995-96 404 0 173 58 2006-07 399 11 124 118 1994-95 397 80 118 81 1995-96 394 24 123 124 2000-01 390 82 121 66 2001-02 388 86 126 50 2001-02 379 10 135 99

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1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S SINGLE GAME REBOUND LEADERS

SINGLE SEASON SCORING AVERAGE

OPPONENT 1.

TOTAL

Ann Bishop vs. Marymount College (2-13-88)

SEASON AVG.

GAMES

8

1.

Amy Bremmer

1989-90

20.2

26

Amy Bremmer

1988-89

17.6

23

2.

Ann Bishop vs. Baker University (11-23-87)

8

2.

3.

Kaela Stratman vs. Central Methodist (2-19-11) 7

3.

Jessi Vercande

1998-99

16.6

32

4.

Ann Bishop vs. Emporia State (2-10-87)

7

3.

Ann Bishop

1987-88

16.6

23

Sharon Hall

1980-81

16.6

17

5.

Ann Bishop vs. Bartlesville Wesleyan (12-5-87)

7

3.

6.

Angela Campbell vs. Bethel College (11-4-05)

7

6.

Torri Feutz

2001-02

16.5

23

6

7.

Diane Engelken

1975-76

16.3

15

8.

Rosemary Mattas 1984-85

16.0

22

SINGLE SEASON REBOUND LEADERS

9.

Rosemary Mattas 1985-86

15.8

23

10. Jessi Vercande

15.1

35

7.

Kaela Stratman vs. Milligan College (12-18-08)

YEARS

TOTALS AVG. GAMES

1997-98

1.

Amy Bremmer

1989-90

297

11.4

26

2.

Bonnie Winkler

1983-84

267

12.1

22

SINGLE SEASON 3 PT. FIELD GOAL LEADERS

3.

Renae Pearson

1991-92

253

9.7

26

YEAR

TOTAL GAMES

4.

Emily Smith

2005-06

246

7.0

35

1.

5.

Maria Pace

1980-80

224

10.1

22

2.

Sarah Brown

2001-02

86

33

6.

Mary DeGroot

1996-97

222

6.9

32

3.

Sarah Brown

2000-01

82

29

7.

Emily Smith

2003-04

221

6.9

32

4.

Amy Bahr

1994-95

80

31

8.

Mary DeGroot

1995-96

220

7.3

30

5.

Sarah Brown

2002-03

79

31

Kaela Stratman

2010-11

76

30

9.

Renae Pearson

10. Emily Smith

2012-13

91

34

1992-93

216

8.3

26

6.

2002-03

211

6.8

31

7.

Ann Bishop

1987-88

72

23

8.

Kelsey Wolfe

2011-12

68

30

9.

Angeline Finazzo

2006-07

66

31

10.

Jessi Vercande

CAREER REBOUND LEADERS

Justice Payne

YEARS

TOTALS AVG. GAMES

1997-98

65

35

11. Jill Heiman

2005-06

63

35

12. Angela Campbell

2005-06

61

35

13. Jessi Vercande

1998-99

59

32

14. Kaela Stratman

2009-10

58

30

15. Danielle Bagbey

1996-97

53

31

1.

Emily Smth

2002-06

862

6.6

130

2.

Bonnie Winkler

1982-86

834

9.3

90

3.

Amy Bremmer

1986-90

805

8.6

94

4.

Rosemary Mattas 1984-88

803

8.8

91

5.

Mary DeGroot

1993-97

772

6.6

117

6.

Celina Popovich

1996-00

691

5.5

126

7.

Abby Winder

2005-09

688

5.3

130

CAREER 3 PT. FIELD GOAL STATISTICS

8.

Maria Pace

1977-81

635

8.1

78

9.

Barb Doherty

1980-84

585

6.4

91

SINGLE GAME SCORING AVERAGE OPPONENT

TOTAL

1.

Amy Bremmer vs. Lindenwood (1/2/90)

22

2.

Amy Bremmer vs. MidAmerica Nazarene (11/30/89)

21

3.

Bonnie Winkler vs. William Jewel (1/14/83)

21

4.

Anne Kolarick vs. Kansas Newman (2/4/77)

21

5.

Rosemary Mattas vs. Pittsburg State (12/8/86)

20

6.

Anne Kolarick vs. Kansas Newman (12/2/74)

20

7.

Becky Schiefelbien vs. Washburn (2/9/76)

20

48

YEARS

TOTAL

1.

Sarah Brown

1999-03

298

2.

Kaela Stratman

2007-11

185

3.

Angeline Finazzo

2004-08

163

4.

Angela Campbell

2002-06

163

5.

Kelsey Wolfe

2008-12

152

6.

Courtney Edmonds

2004-08

127

7.

Amy Bahr

1994-96

127

8.

Jessi Vercande

1997-99

124

9.

Jill Heiman

2004-06

113

10. Nicole (Reilly) Fields

2004-08

109

11. Danielle Bagbey

1996-98

105

12. Ann Bishop

1984-88

105

13. Tonia Dieteman

1996-00

87

14. Sara Wood

1998-00

76

15. Nikki Graves

1990-94

75


1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S

SINGLE SEASON 3 PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES (25 ATT. MIN) YEAR MD ATT PCT

SINGLE SEASON FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE (2 ATTEMPTS/GAME MIN) SEASON FT ATT PERCENT

1.

Abby Winder

2008-09

26

15

57.7

1.

Torri Feutz

2001-02

99

115

86.1

2.

Nicole Reilly

2004-05

27

53

50.9

2.

Abby Winder

2007-08

117

136

86.0

3.

Jodi Esely

2004-05

15

30

50.0

3.

Sara Wood

1998-99

72

84

85.7

Melinda Morrison

2008-09

94

110

85.5

4.

Sara Wood

1998-99

48

97

49.5

4.

5.

Sydni Kovac

2008-09

23

48

47.9

5.

Angela Campbell

2004-05

57

67

85.1

6.

Nikki Graves

1990-91

14

30

46.7

6.

Sarah Brown

2001-02

50

59

84.7

7.

Angeline Finazzo

2005-06

42

91

46.2

7.

Abby Winder

2006-07

118

141

83.7

8.

Mary Beth Albers

2003-04

16

35

45.7

8.

Sara Wood

1999-00

50

60

83.3

Angela Kmetz

2003-04

51

63

81.0

1996-97

30

68

44.1

9.

10. Kaela Stratman

2008-09

51

116

44.0

10. Tomeika Baker

2002-03

124

154

80.5

11. Christina Reischl

2008-09

22

50

44.0

11. Jayde Reid

2012-13

56

70

80.0

12. Emily Smith

2002-03

22

50

44.0

12. Abby Winder

2008-09

103

129

79.8

13. Nikki Graves

1993-94

25

57

43.9

13. Emily Smith

2003-04

113

142

79.6

1995-96

92

116

79.3

1997-98

80

101

79.2

9.

Mary DeGroot

14. Emily Smith

2004-05

27

62

43.5

14. Amy Bahr

15. Angeline Finazzo

2007-08

52

121

42.0

15. Brandi Stewart

16. Mary DeGroot

1995-96

24

56

42.9

49


1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S CAREER FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE (2 ATTEMPTS/GAME MIN) YEAR FT

CAREER ASSISTS PER GAME YEARS ATT

PER.

1.

Sara Wood

1998-00

122

144

84.7

2.

Abby Winder

2005-09

413

507

81.5

3.

Tomeika Baker

2001-03

236

298

79.2

4.

Danielle Bagbey

1996-98

250

321

77.9

5.

Angela Campbell

2002-06

201

259

77.6

6.

Sarah Brown

1999-03

194

250

77.6

7.

Torri Feutz

1998-02

359

471

76.2

8.

Amy Bahr

1994-96

173

228

75.9

9.

Emily Smith

2002-06

407

544

74.8

10. Andrea Tappan

2001-03

140

188

74.5

CAREER ASSISTS

YEARS

TOTAL GAMES AVG.

1. Kelsey Anselmi

2009-13

482

122

4.0

1. Wendy Pobirk

1988-90

193

49

3.9

3. Angela Campbell

2002-06

450

130

3.5

4. Nikki Graves

1990-94

319

101

3.2

4. Amy Bahr

1994-96

197

62

3.2

6. Sara Wood

1998-00

171

57

3.0

7. Nicole (Reilly) Fields 2004-08

365

133

2.7

7. Drew Huff

2006-10

341

125

2.7

9. Mary Beth Albers

2000-04

310

123

2.5

10. Kelsey Wolfe

2008-12

299

125

2.4

11. Sydni Kovac

2006-09

207

94

2.2

SINGLE SEASON ASSIST LEADERS YEAR ASSISTS GAMES

TOTAL

1.

Kelsey Anselmi

2009-13

482

2.

Angela Campbell

2002-06

450

1.

Kelsey Anselmi

2012-13

190

34

3.

Nicole (Reilly) Fields 2004-08

365

2.

Angela Campbell

2005-06

189

35

Kelsey Anselmi

2011-12

136

30

4.

Tonia Dieteman

1996-00

350

3.

5.

Drew Huff

2006-10

341

4.

Drew Huff

2009-10

131

30

6.

Nikki Graves

1990-93

319

5.

Brandi Stewart

1997-98

127

35

Rosie Youngstrom

2012-13

124

34

7.

Mary Beth Albers

2000-04

310

6.

8.

Kelsey Wolfe

2008-12

299

7.

Wendy Pobirk

1989-90

121

26

2009-13

292

8.

Kelsey Anselmi

2010-11

118

32

10. Rosie Youngstrom

2012-present

297

9.

Sara Wood

1998-99

117

33

11. Amber Bruna

1993-97

251

10.

2005-06

115

35

12. Sarah Brown

1999-03

247

13. Sydni Kovac

2006-09

207

14. Sharon Hall

1978-83

205

SINGLE GAME ASSIST LEADERS TOTAL

15. Mary DeGroot

1993-97

200

1. Wendy Pobirk vs. Lindenwood College (1/21/90)

15

2. Angela Campbell vs. St. Mary’s (KS) (11/22/05)

13

3. Angela Campbell vs. Central Methodist (1/28/06)

12

9.

Kelsey Anselmi

SINGLE SEASON ASSISTS PER GAME YEAR TOTAL GAMES AVG.

Nicole Reilly

4. Angela Campbell vs. Lindenwood (2/2/06)

11

1. Kelsey Anselmi

2012-13 190

34

5.6

4. Kelsey Anselmi vs. Evangel (11/26/13)

11

2. Angela Campbell

2005-06 189

35

5.4

6. Colleen Doherty vs. Kansas Newman (11/8/86)

10

3. Wendy Pobirk

1989-90 121

26

4.7

6. Drew Huff vs. USAO (11/20/09)

10

4. Kelsey Anselmi

2011-12 136

30

4.5

8. Angela Campbell vs. Peru State (11/14/05)

9

5. Drew Huff

2009-10 131

30

4.4

8. Angela Campbell vs. Graceland (1/9/06)

9

6. Sharon Hall

1980-81 73

17

4.3

8. Angela Campbell vs. Graceland (2/13/06)

9

7. Kelsey Anselmi

2010-11 118

32

3.7

8. Sharon Hall vs. St. Mary’s of the Plains (2/26/82)

9

8. Nikki Graves

1991-92 101

27

3.7

8. Mary Timmons vs. Tarkio College (12/10/86)

9

9. Sharon Hall

1981-82 86

23

3.7

8. Kelsey Anselmi vs. Bethany (11/2/12)

9

10. Stacey Petesch

1994-95 95

26

3.7

8. Rosie Youngstrom (11/6/2012)

9

11. Brandi Stewart

1997-98 127

35

3.6

8. Kelsey Anselmi vs. Central Methodist (2/16/13)

9

12. Rosie Youngstrom 2012-13 124

34

3.6

12. Sara Wood

1998-99 117

33

3.5

14. Amy Bahr

1995-96 110

31

3.5

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1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S SINGLE GAME SCORING POINTS 1. Amy Bremmer vs. Lindenwood College (1/21/90) 41

TEAM TOTAL FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE MD ATT PERCENT

2. Amy Bremmer vs. Kansas Wesleyan (2/9/90)

37

1.

1998-99

825

1715

48.1

3. Ann Bishop vs. Marymount College (2/13/88)

35

2.

1996-97

831

1873

44.4

4. Rosemary Mattas vs. Park College (12/7/85)

34

3.

2007-08

914

2090

43.7

5. Joanne Kolich vs. Missouri Western (2/21/79)

32

4.

2005-06

996

2297

43.4

6. Torri Feutz vs. Culver-Stockton (11/01)

30

5.

1997-98

845

1968

42.9

7. Sarah Brown vs. Baker University (1/12/02)

29

6.

2006-07

847

1983

42.7

8. Teresa Zienkewicz vs. Graceland (1/11/10)

28

7.

2008-09

803

1889

42.5

8. Angela Campbell vs. Bethel College (11/4/05)

28

8.

2009-10

693

1680

41.3

27

9.

1999-00

614

1495

41.1

10.

2003-04

780

1911

40.8

11.

2012-13

809

1988

40.7

12.

2004-05

789

1971

40.0

9. Abby Winder vs. William Jewell (3/9/09)

SINGLE GAME FIELD GOALS

FG

1. Amy Bremmer vs. Lindenwood College (1/21/90)

18

2. Rosemary Mattas vs. Park College (12/7/85)

15

3. Teresa Zienkewicz vs. Graceland (1/11/10)

14

3. Joanne Kolich vs. Missouri Western (2/21/79)

14

1. Emily Smith vs. Missouri Valley (2/28/03)

13

3. Rosemary Mattas vs. Rockhurst College (1/26/85)

14

1. Teresa Zienkewicz vs. William Jewell (3/2/11)

13

3. Bonnie Winkler vs. Avila College (1/22/86)

14

3. Janice Jones vs. Tarkio College (2/8/76)

12

3. Amy Bremmer vs. Kansas Wesleyan (2/9/90)

14

3. Dorothy Hein vs. Graceland College (1/10/87)

12

5. Nikki Graves vs. Park College (1/30/92)

11

5. Kara Mark vs. MidAmerica Nazarene (2/2/02)

11

5. Angela Campbell vs. MidAmerica Nazarene (1/8/05)

11

TEAM SCORING AVERAGE PTS AVG.

GAMES

SINGLE GAME MADE FREE THROWS

FT

1.

2005-06

2708

77.4

35

2.

2006-07

2309

72.2

32

3.

2007-08

2505

71.6

35

4.

1996-97

2288

71.5

32

1.

2005-06

2708 35

8.

1996-97

2288 32

5.

2008-09

2347

71.1

33

2.

2007-08

2505 35

9.

2003-04

2221 32

6.

1986-87

1642

70.6

22

3.

1997-98

2428 35

10.

2004-05

2208 32

7.

1998-99

2323

70.4

33

4.

2012-13

2360 34

11.

2002-03

2111 31

2008-09

2347 33

12.

2010-11

2095 32

13.

1994-95

2040 31

TEAM SCORING PTS GAMES

8.

1997-98

2428

69.4

35

5.

9.

2012-13

2360

69.4

34

6.

1998-99

2323 33

10.

2003-04

2221

69.4

32

7.

2006-07

2309 32

11.

1895-86

1922

69.4

23

12.

2004-05

2208

69.0

32

TEAM FREE THROW PERCENTAGE FT ATT PERCENT

TEAM 3PT PERCENTAGE MD

PTS GAMES

ATT

PERCENT

1.

1998-99

179

418

42.6

2.

1993-94

52

129

40.3

1.

2001-02

521

677

77.0

3.

2008-09

230

595

38.6

2.

2002-03

577

760

75.9

4.

1996-97

129

347

37.2

3.

2005-06

476

644

73.9

5.

2004-05

240

657

36.5

4.

2003-04

496

695

71.4

6.

2007-08

202

569

35.5

5.

2008-09

511

720

70.9

7.

1997-98

172

492

35.0

6.

2012-13

515

727

70.8

8.

2010-11

210

605

34.7

7.

1997-98

556

803

70.5

9.

2005-06

240

702

34.2

8.

2007-08

475

674

70.5

10.

2009-10

178

522

34.1

9.

1998-99

495

712

69.5

10. 2009-10

396

577

68.6

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1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY

NAIA ALL-AMERICANS

1.

54 points vs. Graceland

116-62 (2/13/06)

Jessi Vercande

1998-99

1st Team

2.

49 points vs. KS Newman

81-32 (2-97)

Mary DeGroot

1996-97

3rd Team

2.

49 points vs. York College

82-33

Danielle Bagbey

1997-98

3rd Team

4.

44 points vs. Park University 84-40 (11/16/02)

Abby Winder

2007-08

3rd Team

5.

40 points vs. Lindenwood

Jessi Vercande

1997-98

Honorable Mention

Emily Smith

2003-04

Honorable Mention

Emily Smith

2004-05

Honorable Mention

Emily Smith

2005-06

Honorable Mention

Courtney Edmonds

2007-08

Honorable Mention

Abby Winder*

2008-09

Honorable Mention

Justice Payne*

2012-13

Honorable Mention

YEARS

TOTAL

101-61 (2/23/06)

HIGHEST NUMBER OF POINTS SCORED IN ONE GAME 1.

116 Points vs. Graceland University

116-62 (2-13-06)

2.

107 Points vs. Peru State College

107-83 (11-17-07)

3.

103 Points vs. Graceland University

103-66 (1-10-05)

4.

101 Points vs. Univ. of St. Mary (Kan.)

101-73 (11-22-05)

4.

101 Points vs. Lindenwood University

101-61 (2-23-06)

6.

99 Points vs. Central Methodist University 99-66 (1-29-05)

7.

98 Points vs. Central Methodist University 98-72 (1-28-06)

7.

98 Points vs. Missour Valley College

98-79 (2-04-06)

9.

96 Points vs. Park College

96-58 (1985-86)

10. 95 Points vs. Culver-Stockton University

95-56 (1-31-09)

11. 94 Points vs. Central Methodist University

94-59 (2-21-09)

12. 93 Points vs. Avila University

93-79 (1-23-03)

13. 92 Points vs. Lindenwood University

92-59 (3-4-09)

14. 91 Points vs. Harris-Stowe College

91-57 (11-5-04)

MOST VICTORIES IN A SEASON 1.

2005-06

30-5

LONGEST WINNING STREAK 1. 14 Games 2005-06

2.

2007-08

29-6

2.

13 Games

2007-08

3.

2012-13

28-6

3.

12 Games

1997-98

4.

1997-98

28-7

4.

9 Games (2x) 2012-13

5.

1996-97

26-6

5.

9 Games

1976-77

6.

1998-99

26-7

6.

8 Games

2002-03

7.

2008-09

23-10

7.

7 Games

2003-04

8.

2003-04

22-10

9.

2006-07

22-10

10.

2004-05

21-11

1,000 POINT CLUB Emily Smith

2002-06 1,678

Abby Winder

2005-09 1,439

Amy Bremmer

1986-90 1,425

Mary DeGroot

1993-97 1,402

Rosemary Mattas

1984-88 1,361

Sarah Brown

1999-03 1,334

Torri Feutz

1998-02 1,273

Nicole (Reilly) Fields

2004-08 1,224

Kelsey Wolfe

2008-12 1,208

Nikki Graves

1990-94 1,206

Angie Metzger

1992-96 1,118

Jessi Vercande

1997-99 1,060

Celina Popovich

1996-00 1,047

Courtney Edmonds

2004-08 1,032

NATIONAL TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 2007-08, 2005-06, 1998-99, 1997-98, 1996-97 HEART OF AMERICA ATHELTIC CONFERENCE RECORD RECORD PLACE 1. 2005-06 19-1 1ST 2.

2007-08 18-2

1ST

3.

1997-98 16-2

1ST

4.

1998-99 15-3

1ST

5.

2012-13 16-2

2ND

HIGHEST FINISH - NAIA DIVISION II NATIONAL RANKING 1.

1997-98

#10

2.

2007-08

#12

3.

2005-06

#12

NAIA DIVISION NATIONAL TOURNAMENT 2005-06 Elite 8 (Third Round)

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2007-08 Sweet 16 (Second Round) *NAIA Division I


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1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S NAIA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Juniors or seniors with 3.5 g.p.a. or higher

Laura Graves

1992-93

Laura Graves

1993-94

Amy Bahr

1995-96

Angie Metzger

1995-96

Michelle Runchey

1997-98

Brandi Stewart

1997-98

Sara Wood

1998-99

Sara Wood

1999-00

Kara Mark

2001-02

Torri Feutz

2001-02

Kara Mark

2002-03

Mary Beth Albers

2002-03

Ginger Winder

2002-03

Mary Beth Albers

2003-04

Ginger Winder

2003-04

Sara Lorenz

2003-04

Angela Kmetz

2003-04

Sara Lorenz

2004-05

Angela Kmetz

2004-05

Emily Smith

2004-05

Jill Heiman

2004-05

Emily Smith

2005-06

Jill Heiman

2005-06

Courtney Edmonds

2005-06

Nicole Reilly

2006-07

Courtney Edmonds

2006-07

Nicole Fields

2007-08

Courtney Edmnonds

2007-08

Abby Winder

2007-08

Melinda Morrison

2007-08

Abby Winder

2008-09

Melinda Morrison

2008-09

Lacy Leonard

2008-09

Christina Reischl

2008-09

Heather Wansing

2009-10

Christina Reischl

2009-10

Heather Wansing

2010-11

Liz Stinson

2011-12

Tori Aubuchon

2012-13

Liz Stinson

2012-13

HAAC COACH OF THE YEAR Steve Huber

1998-99

Chad Folsom

2005-06

Chad Folsom

2007-08

HAAC ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM *HAAC Newcomer of the Year **HAAC Player of The Year ***HAAC Freshman of the Year Mary DeGroot

1995-96

Mary DeGroot

1996-97

Danielle Bagbey *

1996-97

Danielle Bagbey **

1997-98

Jessi Vercande

1997-98

Jessi Vercande **

1998-99

Sara Wood

1998-99

Sara Wood

1999-00

Torri Feutz

2001-02

Tomeika Baker

2002-03

Emily Smith ***

2002-03

Emily Smith

2003-04

Emily Smith

2004-05

Emily Smith

2005-06

Abby Winder

2007-08

Abby Winder

2008-09

Justice Payne

2012-13

SECOND TEAM Michelle Walsh

2003-04

Angela Campbell

2005-06

Nicole Reilly

2005-06

Abby Winder

2006-07

Courtney Edmonds 2007-08 Lacy Leonard *

2008-09

Kelsey Wolfe

2009-10

Kaela Stratman

2010-11

Kelsey Wolfe

2011-12

Kelsey Anselmi

2012-13

HONORABLE MENTION Angie Metzger

1994-95

Angie Metzger

1995-96

Tonia Dieteman

1997-98

Adrienne Roach

1998-99

Adrienne Roach

1999-00

Torri Feutz

1999-00

Torri Feutz

2000-01

Sarah Brown

2000-01

Mary Beth Albers

2000-01

Sarah Brown

2001-02

Angela Campbell

2002-03

Sarah Brown

2002-03

Angela Campbell

2004-05

Courtney Edmonds 2004-05 Michelle Walsh

2005-06

Leah Stuhlsatz

2005-06

Angeline Finazzo

2006-07

Melinda Morrison

2007-08

Alexa Hollembeak

2008-09

Drew Huff

2009-10

Heather Wansing

2009-10

Teresa Zienkewicz

2009-10

Teresa Zienkewicz

2010-11

Kelsey Anselmi

2011-12

Liz Stinson

2011-12

Liz Stinson

2012-13

Erin Murphy

2012-13

THIRD TEAM Nicole Reilly

2006-07

Kelsey Wolfe

2010-11

Teresa Zienkewicz 2011-12 CAREER WINNING PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chad Folsom Steve Huber Gregg Hackerott Cathie Schulte Bill Kolich Gip Fehring John Stockstill Nadine Nixon Dianne Beebe Denny Dey

66.7% 66.0% 50.8% 43.2% 41.8% 40.4% 39.1% 33.3% 12.4% 00.0%

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1 3 - 1 4 H I S T O R I C A L S TAT I S T I C S YEAR RECORD COACH OVERALL 1973-74 5-10 Nadine Nixon 5-10 1974-75 3-6 Nadine Nixon 8-16 1975-76 10-6 Cathie Schulte 10-6 1976-77 13-6 Cathie Schulte 23-12 1977-78 8-12 Cathie Schulte 31-24 1978-79 9-9 Cathie Schulte 40-33 1979-80 2-18 Cathie Schulte 42-52 1980-81 9-13 Cathie Schulte 51-65 1981-82 9-15 Cathie Schulte 60-79 1982-83 6-17 Bill Kolich 6-17 1983-84 11-11 Bill Kolich 17-28 1984-85 11-11 Bill Kolich 28-39 1985-86 11-12 Gip Fehring 11-12 1986-87 8-16 Gip Fehring 19-28 1987-88 9-14 John Stockstill 9-14 1988-89 0-24 Dianne Beebe 0-24 1989-90 2-24 Dianne Beebe 2-48 1990-91 4-22 Dianne Beebe 6-70 1991-92 5-22 Dianne Beebe 11-92 1992-93 5-21 Dianne Beebe 16-113 1993-94 0-25 Denny Dey 0-25 1994-95 11-20 Steve Huber 11-20 1995-96 16-15 Steve Huber 27-35 1996-97 26-6 Steve Huber 53-41 1997-98 28-7 Steve Huber 81-48 1998-99 26-7 Steve Huber 107-55 1999-00 19-10 Gregg Hackerott 19-10 2000-01 11-19 Gregg Hackerott 30-29 2001-02 13-20 Chad Folsom 13-20 2002-03 17-14 Chad Folsom 30-34 2003-04 22-10 Chad Folsom 52-44 2004-05 21-11 Chad Folsom 73-55 2005-06 30-5 Chad Folsom 103-60 2006-07 22-10 Chad Folsom 125-70 2007-08 29-6 Chad Folsom 154-76 2008-09 23-10 Chad Folsom 177-86 2009-10 18-12 Chad Folsom 195-98 2010-11 19-13 Chad Folsom 214-111 2011-12 18-13 Chad Folsom 232-124 2012-13 28-6 Chad Folsom 260-130

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Chad Folsom 2001-present 260-130 (as of 12-13 season) 2 HAAC Championships 3 NAIA Tournament berths


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