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COUGARS W O M E N ’ S

2010-2011

B A S K E T B A L L

MEDIA GUIDE


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REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Quick Facts

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Media Relations Personnel

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Media Policy

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Athletics Directory

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Basketball 101

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NJCAA Conference

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ABOUT THE COLLEGE Mission Statement

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Campus Life

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Academic Programs

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Campus Housing

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Athletic Facilities

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CITY PROFILE El Reno, Oklahoma Driving Directions Hotels and Restaurants

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COACHING STAFF Athletic Director

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Head Coach

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Assistant Coach

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Trainer

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SEASON PREVIEW Season Outlook

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Mascot Info

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Schedule

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Player Roster

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Sophomores

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Freshmen

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TEAM HISTORY Championships

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Player Awards

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School Records

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Where Players Go

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Letter Winners

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REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

QUICK FACTS

Location Founded Enrollment Student to Faculty Ratio Conference Colors Nickname

El Reno, OK 1938 2472 13:1 NJCAA Division 2 Redlands Red and Gold Cougars

President Athletic Director

Dr. Larry Devane Matt Newgent

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Office Phone

Jay Niehues Charitie Lewis Hannah White (405) 422-6258

NJCAA Tournament Appearances 1 194-108 (.642) All-Time Record 2010 Record Returning Players Newcomers

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All information supplied in this publication is accurate at the time of printing; however, changes may occur and will supersede information in this publication. This publication is printed and issued by Redlands Communtiy College. A total of 100 media guides printed at a cost of $401. Redlands Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or status as a veteran, in any of its educational programs, activities, policies, practices, or procedures, including, but is not limited to, admissions, employment, eligibility for financial aid, and educational services, in accordance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, and other federal laws and regulations.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the College’s nondiscrimination policies and procedures for students, employees, and others: Human Resources Coordinator, Redlands Community College, 1300 S. Country Club Road, El Reno, OK  73036-5304, (405) 422-1267

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ATHLETICS DIRECTORY Athletic Administration Matt Newgent, Athletic Director Peggy Ward, Administrative Asst.

422-1280 422-1418

Men’s Basketball Yaphett King, Head Coach 422-6230 Earnest Crumbley Jr., Assistant Coach 422-6249 Women’s Basketball Jay Niehues, Head Coach Charitie Lewis, Assistant Coach Hannah White, Assistant Coach

422-1291

Baseball Matt Newgent, Head Coach Jacob Johnson, Assistant Coach Ross Ashley, Assistant Coach

422-1280 422-6259 422-6259

Volleyball Eric Duda, Head Coach Karina Bellato, Assistant Coach

422-6255 422-1285

Training Room Eli Zucksworth, Head Trainer

Public Information Coordinator Deirdre Steiner (405) 422-1467

Public Information Graphic Designer Andrew Davis (405) 422-1237

RCC Photographer

Select Physical Therapy Aron Steffen, Physical Therapist

Golf Chris Grace, Head Coach Brendan Ryan, Assistant Coach

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422-6258

MEDIA RELATIONS

422-6241

422-6276

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Larry Clements (405) 422-6242

Sports Information Intern Kelsie Dennis

Public Information Intern Alexis Cory

Any requests for interviews, photos, printed materials should be directed to the Public Information Coordinator publicinfo@redlandscc.edu


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BASKETBALL 101 EQUIPMENT The playing court is a rectangular surface free from obstructions with sidelines of 94 feet in length and end lines of 50 feet in length, measured from the inside edges. The goal must be ten feet above the ground. RULES College basketball games ar e played in two halves of 20 minutes each with a halftime intermission of 15 minutes. The team with the most points at the end of this time wins the game. If there is a tie at the end of the second half an extra period of five minutes will be givin, following the same rules. •

Each team can have five players on the floor at a time.

Players are not allowed to walk with the ball, they must dribble and cannot dribble a second time until after passing the ball to one of their teammates. Any case of this gives the opposing team possession of the ball.

When a player is being substituted he/she must check in at the scorers table and wait for a dead ball or until the referees are aknowledged there is a substitution.

A player shall not hold, push, charge, trip or impede the progress of an opponent by extending arm(s), shoulder(s), hip(s) or knee(s) or by bending his or her own body into other than a normal position; nor use any unreasonably rough tactics.

When a player is fouled he/she is allowed to shoot free throws, the foul itself determines how many free throws the player will get.

Players are only allowed five fouls per game. If the player excedes five fouls he/she must be taken out of the game.

POSITIONS:

Point Guard: calls playes and brings the ball down the court setting up an offense Shooting Guard: shoots the ball well and is usuaully known as the teams best scorer Small Forward: good at both scoring and ball handling . Power Forward: known for rebounding and defense Center: known for their height as well as blocking shots and scoring

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NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

CONFERENCE DIVISION I - REGION II

Redlands Community College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). The NJCAA was founded in 1938; it is an association of community college and junior college athletic departments throughout the United States of America, holding 24 separate regions with 436 members. Redlands Community College is in Region II Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference, also known as OCAC.

Arkansas Baptist College Little Rock, Arkansas

Northern Oklahoma College-Enid Enid, Oklahoma

Carl Albert State College Poteau, Oklahoma

Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa Tonkawa, Oklahoma

Connors State College Warner, Oklahoma

Redlands Community College El Reno, Oklahoma

Eastern Oklahoma State College Wilburton, Oklahoma

Rose State College Midwest City, Oklahoma

Murray State College Tishomingo, Oklahoma

Seminole State College Seminole, Oklahoma

North Arkansas College Harrison, Arkansas

Western Oklahoma State College Altus, Oklahoma

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Miami, Oklahoma

Redlands Community College is a member of the

Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference 4

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MISSION STATEMENT Redlands Community College provides a learner-centered environment committed to academic excellence strengthened through service and civic engagement. Value Statements Include: Learner-Centered Environment - Provide a rich academic environment in which learners engage in designing and completing individual educational goals. Academic Excellence - Provide opportunities for continuous academic growth through a challenging and rigorous curriculum enhanced by the application of research and technology. Collaboration and Service - Provide learning opportunities in collaboration with public and private partners that reinforce the value of service to others and strengthen ethical development and civic engagement.

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CAMPUS LIFE

WHY REDLANDS

The educational advantages of Redlands Community College are numerous. We have an open-door policy that encourages first-time and returning students to become a name not just a number. Admission requires no minimum GPA or ACT score, but may require an assessment test. No matter your background, you can attain great results at RCC.

From fully equipped science and computer labs to smart classrooms with IETV capabilities, your educational needs and expectations will be met and exceeded with the most up-to-date technologies available. The main campus encompasses 55 acres and includes several buildings, many of which have newly renovated classrooms and labs. We kick off the fall semester each year with the Cougar Bash, a campus-wide event filled with food and fun, including world-famous onion burgers, games, and other activities. Activities continue throughout the year with music videos, concerts, volunteer activities, and leadership activities. Join any of the more than 20 student organizations on campus. Organizations include Aggie Club, Students in Free Enterprise, Phi Theta Kappa, Student Nursing Association, and more.

Oklahoma’s Four-Year Institutions $

3,722.77

AVERAGE BEFORE ADDING MANDATORY FEES

COMPARE THE COST 30 CREDIT HOURS *

Redlands Community College $

3,030

NO MANDATORY FEES *Information from Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education

Redlands Community College’s athletic facilities contain a Select Physical Therapy sports medicine clinic and Fitness for Life center. The Fitness for Life center provides access to the college’s indoor swimming pool, fitness workout room, racquetball court, indoor walking area, dry saunas and steam saunas. You can afford to attend RCC! No mandatory fees mean more of your cost is covered by programs such as

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Oklahoma’s Promise (OHLAP). Plus, we cost less than half as much as Oklahoma’s four-year institutions. This means you’ll save around $4,500 by spending your first two years with us. At the end of those two years, you’ll have an associate’s degree and be prepared to enter the workforce or enter the third year of a four-year bachelor’s degree. Campus Housing: Get your education and enjoy the dorm experience with a luxury feel at Cougar Crossing! Cougar Crossing residents enjoy fully-furnished two or four bedroom apartments featuring leather couches, leather lounge chairs, fullsized appliances, full beds, dining room tables and chairs, and much more. Walk to class, the cafeteria, the library or the campus book store, while living with others pursuing similar life goals. You and your friends will find plenty to do at Cougar Crossing. We host karaoke parties, movie nights on the big screen, cookouts, and tons more. Relax on one of the comfortable couches, work out in the fitness center, or hang out in the cyber lounge.

Contact Student Services:

Call (405) 422-1417 Redlands Community College 1300 South Country Club Rd El Reno, Oklahoma 73036-5304

ACADEMIC MAJORS ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE Agriculture (twelve option areas) Personal/Athletic Trainer Pre-Professional Sciences (four option areas)

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS Art Business Administration Pre-Criminal Justice Pre-Education (Elementary or Secondary) English Family Studies/Child Development General Studies Health, Physical Education & Recreation Psychology Social Studies Speech

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE Applied Technology (six option areas) Business Administration Technology (seven option areas) Child Development Criminal Justice (five option areas) Early Childhood Center Management Equine Science Nursing, RN Sustainable Agriculture (two option areas)

CAREER CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Child Development Enology Viticulture

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WHERE IS REDLANDS?

EL RENO 15 miles from OKC

Redlands Community College is located in El Reno, OK. El Reno is located just west of Oklahoma City. El Reno is rich in cultural history. El Reno is home to Historic Fort Reno, Canadian Country County Museum and the Heritage Express Rail Trolley. RCC is less than a mile from Crimson Creek Golf Course and Lake El Reno, a 300 acre lake that can be used recreationally for water skiing, jet skiing, swimming, boating and fishing.

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Frontier City Theme Park White Water Bay Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA) Oklahoma City Museum of Art Mat Hoffman Action Sports Park Myriad Botanical Gardens Rocktown Climbing Gym Bricktown District Oklahoma City National Memorial

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DRIVING

DIRECTIONS Oklahoma City: I-40 W/US-270W 26.4 miles, take the Country Club Rd exit, EXIT 123, turn right onto S. Country Club Rd. Go 0.8 miles. RCC is on your left. Weatherford: I-40 E for 41.4 miles, take the Country Club Rd exit, EXIT 123, turn left onto S. Country Club Rd. Go 0.8 miles. RCC is on your left. Kingfisher: US-81 S/OK-3 E for 12.1 miles, merge onto US-81 S toward El Reno 11.4 miles, turn right onto W. Sunset Dr/I-40 BR/OK-66 for 1 mile, turn left onto S. Country Club Rd. Go Enid 0.8 miles. RCC is on your right. Chickasha: US-81 N for 31.3 miles, merge on I-40 W/US270 W via the ramp Weatherford on the LEFT toward Amarillo go 1.9 miles, take the Country Club Rd exit, EXIT 123, turn right onto S. Country Club Rd. Go 0.8 miles. RCC is on your left.

Hennessey Watonga

Kingfisher

Guthrie

El Reno

RCC

Hinton

Yukon

Oklahoma City

Mustang Minco

Norman

Anadarko Chickasha

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RESTAURANTS Montana Mike’s Steakhouse Sunday - Thursday 11 a.m. til 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. til 10 p.m.

Serapio’s Mexican Restaurant For Hours Call: (405) 262-7744 1637 E Highway 66 El Reno, OK 73036

1609 Southwest 27th El Reno, OK 73036

Sid’s Diner For Hours Call: (405) 262-7757 300 South Choctaw El Reno, OK 73036

Denny’s Restaurant For Hours Call: (405) 262-3535 2701 South Country Club Rd El Reno, OK 73036

Georgeo’s Mediterranean Cuisine Open For Lunch & Dinner 1218 Sunset Dr. El Reno, OK 73036

ACCOMMODATIONS Baymont Inn 1707 S.W. 27th Street El Reno, OK 73036 (405) 262-3050

Days Inn 2712 S. Country Club El Reno, OK 73036 (405) 262-8720

Best Western 2701 S Country Club El Reno, OK 73036 (405) 262-6490

Economy Express 2851 S. Highway 81 & I-40, El Reno, OK 73036 (405) 262-1022

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Motel 6 1506 Domino Lane El Reno, OK 73036 (405) 262-6060


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Training Room

Fitness Room

Volleyball/Basketball Court

Swimming Pool

Crimson Creek Golf Course

ATHLETIC

Don Brown Baseball Field

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MATT NEWGENT

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

3RD SEASON AS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 8TH SEASON AS BASEBALL HEAD COACH Matt Newgent begins his eighth season as head coach for the Cougar baseball team and also serves as Athletic Director. Under Newgent’s guidance the Cougar’s have been ranked each of the last four seasons, and as high as a #2 national ranking in 2008. Since Coach Newgent’s arrival seven years ago, the program has again regained its prominence nationally. Newgent and his staff spent the 2009 off-season continuing a renovation of the Cougar baseball facility, while continuing to recruit quality student-athletes to ensure continued success for the program. Newgent began his collegiate athletic career at Redlands Community College as a catcher under former coach Don Brown. During that season the Cougars went to the NJCAA World Series in Millington, Tennessee, where they finished fourth. After leaving RCC, Newgent completed his collegiate playing experience at the University of Indianapolis. His collegiate accolades include all tournament catcher honors at the NJCAA World Series, two-time member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) All-Conference Team and Academic All-Conference Team, NCAA North Central Region Team, and Most Valuable Player during his senior season at the University of Indianapolis. Prior to coaching at RCC, Newgent served as Assistant Baseball Coach at Olney Central Community College in Olney, Illinois, where they finished with a record of 40-20 and a trip to the Region 24 Tournament. He was also the Assistant Baseball Coach at the University of Indianapolis for three seasons and helped guide the team to a third place finish in the NCAA Division II World Series in 2000, and a school best 51-15 record in 2001. Newgent is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. He earned his Associate of Arts from Redlands Community College in 1997, his Bachelor of Arts in History in 1999, and his Master of Business Administration in 2002 from the University of Indianapolis. Coach Newgent, a native of Piedmont, now resides in Yukon with his wife Christa and their son, Ian. 12

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JAY NIEHUES

HEAD COACH 2ND SEASON

Head coach Jay Niehues begins his second year at Redlands. Niehues came in just before the season started last year and led his team to a solid 16-16 finish. Before Redlands, Niehues led the USAO Drovers women’s basketball program from 2001-2008. Niehues collected 50 wins faster than any other coach is the programs three decade history. In his second season at USAO, Niehues finished with a 23-14 record and the Drovers first appearance in the NAIA tournament. The second season also ended with a Final Four appearance and 20-win season, a first in the program’s history. Niehues started his coaching career at his alma mater Southern Nazarene University. In his five seasons as a women’s assistant coach, the Crimson Storm posted a 121-22 record and won a national championship. A two-time all-conference player at SNU, Niehues was a three-year starter is eighth in career scoring. Niehues graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from SNU in 1990 and received his master’s degree in education from SNU in 1997. He has also played two years of professional basketball in France and Brazil, as well as four years as a member of the Conoco Oilers exhibition team. Niehues and his wife Christy, a member of SNU’s 1989 national championship team, have three daughters, Abby, Grace and Kate.

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ASSISTANT COACH

CHARITIE LEWIS

1ST SEASON

First year Women’s Assistant Basketball coach Charitie Lewis is from Cushing, Oklahoma. Lewis graduated from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma where she played basketball for four years. Lewis’s sophomore year in 2007-2008 she received 3rd Team All-Conference, her junior year in 2008-2009 she received 2nd Team All-Conference and was named All-American, and her senior year in 2009-2010 she received 2nd Team All-Conference.

ASSISTANT COACH

HANNAH WHITE

1ST SEASON

First year Assistant Women’s Basketball coach Hannah White is from Calumet, Oklahoma. She graduated from Calumet High School in 2008 where she was a four year starter and named Female Athlete of the Year in 2006, 2007 and 2008. White was named MVP of her conference in 2007 and 2008. In 2008 White was an All-Starter in Basketball for the West. The last two years White has played for Redlands Community College, becoming one of their leading scorers her sophomore year.

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ATHLETIC TRAINER

ELI ZUCKSWORTH

3RD SEASON

Third year Redlands Community College Head Athletic Trainer, Eli Zucksworth, is responsible for preparing the athletes for both practice and games while treating on-site injuries. Eli Zucksworth is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers Association. He is a 2005 graduate of Oklahoma State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in athletic training. In 2007, he received his Master of Education degree from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

THE

COUGAR

The story of the Redlands Cougar is shrouded in mystery. The Cougar first appeared as the official Redlands mascot post-1970. Prior to that Redland’s (originally called El Reno Junior College) mascot was the Chieftain, which was chosen to correspond with El Reno High School’s mascot, the Indian. Now, this elusive nameless cat can occasionally be spotted around campus. Be On The Lookout!

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SEASON

OUTLOOK Last year the Cougar’s offense averaged 77.3 points per game while the defense allowed only 56.3 points per game. Head basketball coach Jay Niehues is excited about the 2010-11 basketball season. He hopes this younger team can improve on last year’s 16 and 16 finish. The cougars return just three players from last season’s squad, all three accomplished starters. Returning are sophomores Dionna Glass, Kyesha Hall, and Shalay Stancle. Dionna Glass started all 30 games as forward for the Cougars last season. She averaged 12 points, 5.7 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game. Glass, a hard nose player who plays 100% everyday, will be called upon heavily in the coming season. Also returning is last year’s lead scorer Kyesha Hall. As guard Hall averaged 13.3 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2.5 assists per game. She is regarded as one of the best players in the league. Expect her to have another big year. As guard Shalay Stancle received valuable playing time during her first year in a Cougar uniform. Stancle averaged 6.5 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, and 2.5 assists per game. She played well at the end of the year and that should carry over into this year. Transferring from Florida State College at Jacksonville is sophomore guard Lakaisha Jones. As a starter at her previous school Jones was the second highest scorer on the team. She played 24 games and ended the season with 180 points 55 assists 32 steals and 55 rebounds. Jones will have a chance to put her skills on display with the lady cougars. New players have signed with the Cougars from elite area programs. Competing for guard is Ndeye Ngom an international student from Dakar, Senegal, Katie Weatherford from Ardmore, Laila Suleiman from Yukon, Nikki Woodard from Mustang, and Sheana Jones from Oklahoma City. Competing for forward is Christian Williams from Little Elm, Martese Williams from Seminole and Taylor Smith from Shawnee. Martese will have a chance to be an impact player at the forward spot. Mariel Miles from Calumet and Joy Hearn from Jonesboro, LA will fill the position of post. Mariel will have a chance to make a bang in the second semester.

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SEASON SCHEDULE

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November December January February

2 5 6 9 11 13 15 16 18 22 30 2 6 11 6 8 10 13 17 20 24 27 31 3 7 10 14 17 21 24

SNU JV Clarenden Frank Phillips OBU JV SW Christian Mid-America Clarenden SNU Eastern Western Murray Seminole Mid-America Crowder Crowder SW Christian NOC-Enid NOC-Tonkawa Connors Carl Albert NEO Eastern Western Murray Seminole NOC-Enid NOC-Tonkawa Connors Carl Albert NEO

Home Away Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Away Away Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Home

6:00 PM TBA TBA 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

Home Games in Bold

SEASON OUTLOOK CONTINUED... Three returning starters, two of which were our leading scorers, will be called upon to lead this team, while a group of 11 new players compete for playing time. With a mix of talent, experience and promising young players, Niehues sees a winning season on the horizon for the Lady Cougars. “This should be a fun up-tempo team to watch.”

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ROSTER

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

REDLANDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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10 Ndeye Ngom

Freshman

5’10”

G

12 Dionna Glass

Sophomore

5’8”

F

15 Lakaisha Jones

Sophomore

5’4”

G

20 Kyesha Hall

Sophomore

5’7”

G

21 Katie Weatherford

Freshman

5’4”

G

22 Laila Suleiman

Freshman

5’4”

G

23 Shalay Stancle

Sophomore

5’4”

G

24 Nikki Woodard

Freshman

5’4”

G

32 Christian Williams

Freshman

5’7”

F

35 Martese Williams

Freshman

5’10”

F

25 Taylor Smith

Freshman

5’8”

F

33 Sheana Jones

Freshman

5’7”

G

40 Mariel Miles

Freshman

6’1”

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45 Joy Hearn

Freshman

6’2”

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DIONNA

GLASS

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Sophomore | 5’8“ | Forward Verden, Oklahoma GP 30

FG 42

3P 56

FT 132

ORB 75

DRB 96

TRB 171

AST 23

STL 38

BLK 14

TOV 37

PTS 362

High School Athletic Honors: Grady County All-Tournament Team, Grady County All-Conference, All-State Honorable Mention High School Academic Honors: Member of National, Oklahoma and Indian Honor Societies, Valedictorian, Superintendent’s Honor Roll Redlands Academic Honors Presidential Scholarship, Presidents’ Honor Roll PERSONALITY PROFILE Highlight of Your Freshmen Year: Winning Regionals Future Plans: Transfer to the University of Oklahoma and study law Nickname: D Favorite food: Pizza Favorite musician/group: Skillet Favorite vacation spot: Myrtle Beach I can’t live without: God Most prized possession: My family Favorite movie: Fireproof Favorite TV show: Friends Favorite actor/actress: Sandra Bullock

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LAKAISHA

JONES

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Sophomore | 5’4“ | Guard Houston, Texas GP 24

FG 44

3P 6

FT 65

ORB 21

DRB 34

TRB 55

High School Athletic Honors: District Honorable Mention 2007-08

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Player/Team: Lebron James Favorite Sports Memory: Playing in the Varsity 5A State Tournament Finals, Freshmen Year of High School Future Plans: Receive my degree and continue with school and basketball Nickname: Kaisha Favorite musician/group: All types Favorite vacation spot: Florida I can’t live without: God Most prized possesion: My car Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite actor/actress: Sanaa Lathan Favorite TV show: Everybody Hates Chris I can’t believe I watch: Little People Big World If I won a million dollars, I would: Take care of my family, give back to my community and spend the rest on me Person I would like to meet: My grandparents Nobody knows I can: Cook

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AST 55

STL 32

BLK 1

TOV 86

PTS 180


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KYESHA

HALL

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Sophomore | 5’7 “ | Guard Dodson, Louisiana GP 30

FG 53

3P 32

FT 132

ORB 82

DRB 110

TRB 192

AST 76

STL 89

BLK 8

TOV 30

PTS 401

High School Athletic Honors: High School MVP, District MVP, Offensive Player of the Year 7 years in a row, Defensive Player of the Year 200506 and 2008-09 High School Academic Honors: Honor Roll, President of the Beta Club

PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Player/Team: Rajan Rondo Favorite Sports Memory: Coach coming out of his vest when he gets mad Future Plans: Go to a four year university and become a pediatrician Nickname: Ky Favorite food: Seafood Favorite musician/group: Chris Brown Favorite vacation spot: Anywhere quiet I can’t live without: My little sister Most prized possession: My niece Ke’Awria Favorite TV show: Meet the Browns Favorite actor/actress: Gabriel Union I can’t believe I watch: Piranha in 3-D If I won a million dollars, I would: Build churches and open gyms Person I would like to meet: Gabriel Union Biggest superstition: If someone sweeps your feet with a broom it’s bad luck Nobody knows I can: I’m not telling because then they will know Follow RCCcougar on:

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SHALAY

STANCLE

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Sophomore | 5’4“ | Guard Tulsa, Oklahoma GP 30

FG 46

3P 28

FT 61

ORB 11

DRB 42

TRB 48

High School Athletic Honors: MVP Jim Thorpe Tournament, MVP Jenks Invitational, Jenks Invitational Player of the Game, Oklahoma State Champions 2 years in a Row, State Champion in Track High School Academic Honors: National Honor Society member PERSONALITY PROFILE Favorite Player/Team: Andrea Riley Favorite Sports Memory: When I made the winning shot against Southwest Christian University Future Plans: Major in obstretrician and minor in accounting Nickname: Lay Lay Favorite musician/group: Boyz II Men Favorite vacation spot: Coney Island, New York I can’t live without: My family Most prized possesion: My state championship rings Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite actor/actress: Sanaa Lathan Favorite TV show: In the World of Jenks I can’t believe I watch: The Stories If I won a million dollars, I would: Buy my parents a house and invest into my education Person I would like to meet: Barack Obama Nobody knows I can: Make my hands sweat just sitting down Biggest Superstition: Both of my parents have to be in the stands before my games 22

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AST 45

STL 20

BLK 0

TOV 30

PTS 196


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NDEYE

NGOM

Freshman | 5’ 10“ | Guard Senegal, Dakar, Africa

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: TaTa Favorite Player/Team: JaFaar Johnson Favorite Sports Memory: Winning the championship game Future Plans: Being a member of my national team Favorite food: Hamburgers Favorite vacation spot: Playa Beach I can’t live without: Playing Baskeball Most prized possession: My parents Favorite TV show: WNBA If I won a million dollars, I would: Share it with my parents Person I would like to meet: Khalilou Fadiga Nobody knows I can: Sing Biggest superstition: Karma

KATIE

WEATHERFORD

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Freshman | 5’5 “ | Guard Ardmore, Oklahoma

PERSONALITY PROFILE

High School Athletic Honors:

2006-2007 Golden Glove Award Outfield, 2009 Defensive Player of the Year, 2010 Offensive Player of the Year, 2010 LCC All-Conference Team, 2010 SOC All-Tournament Team

High School Academic Honors:

3 Year Principal’s Honor Roll Member, Kiwanis Student of the Month

Nickname: Kati Favorite Player/Team: Coach Lewis Favorite Sports Memory: 2010 SOC Tournament Future Plans: Transfer to OSU and major in sports medicine Favorite food: Thai Favorite vacation spot: Mexico I can’t live without: My family Most prized possession: My cell phone Favorite TV show: Criminal Minds I can’t believe I watch: Family Guy If I won a million dollars, I would: Buy a cool car and go to Thailand Person I would like to meet: John Mayer Nobody knows I can: Write with my right hand Biggest superstition: I always wear the same hair tie and socks to every game (I wash them)

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LAILA

Freshman | 5’4“ | Guard Piedmont, Oklahoma

SULEIMAN

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Lai or LaLa Favorite Player/Team: Jason Kidd Favorite Sports Memory: Hitting the winning shot against PCN Future Plans: Finish college and work with children Favorite food: Chicken Strips/ Nuggets Favorite vacation spot: Washington State I can’t live without: My family Most prized possession: My niece and nephew Favorite actor/actress: Tyler Perry Favorite movie: The Madea movies Favorite TV show: That 70’s Show If I won a million dollars, I would: Pay off any debt Person I would like to meet: Kids attending the school my Uncle helped build on Jolo Island in the Philippines Nobody knows I can: Pole Vault

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High School Athletic Honors:

Basketball All-Conference Junior and Senior Year, All-State MVP Senior Year, Track State Qualifier Junior and Senior Year, Conference Champion Long Jump Senior Year

High School Academic Honors:

Leroy Estes Award, Masonic Award, and Renaissance Award Junior and Senior Year

NIKKI

Freshman | 5’5 “ | Guard Yukon, Oklahoma

WOODARD

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Nik Nak Favorite Sports Memory: Hanging out with all of my friends in the locker room Future Plans: Finish college and become a Special-Ed Teacher Favorite food: Pizza Rolls Favorite musician/group: Country music Favorite vacation spot: Florida I can’t live without: My mom and dad Most prized possession: My cell phone Favorite actor/actress: Adam Sandler Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV show: Rugrats I can’t believe I watch: Phineas and Ferb If I won a million dollars, I would: Never work again

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High School Athletic Honors:

All-Metro Conference Third Team, Big All-City, Jim Thorpe


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TAYLOR

SMITH

Freshman | 5’8“ | Forward Shawnee, Oklahoma

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Tay Tay Favorite Player/Team: Magic Johnson Favorite Sports Memory: Being a part of Shawnee’s winning season team Future Plans: Become an ultra sound technician Favorite food: Macaroni & cheese Favorite vacation spot: Orlando I can’t live without: My family Most prized possession: My dad’s All-State ring Favorite actor/actress: Jada Pickett-Smith Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV show: Criminal Minds I can’t believe I watch: HGTV with my mom If I won a million dollars, I would: Go on a vacation Person I would like to meet: My grandmother Nobody knows I can: Sew

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High School Athletic Honors:

Miss Defense 2009-10, Leading Charge Taker 2007-10, Third Team All-Conference 2009-10

High School Academic Honors:

NHS, Sandy Garrett Student Council, Classroom Teacher Scholarship

CHRISTIAN

Freshman | 5’7“ | Guard Little Elm, Texas

WILLIAMS

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: XNKrys Nickname: Favorite Player/Team: Dwayne Miami Heat Favorite Player/Team: MistyWade/ May-Treanor Favorite Sports Memory: When the Lakers beatinthe2007 Celtics Favorite Sports Memory: Junior Olympics Future Plans: Continue school to obtain my masters in Future Plans: Return to Texas and play for a 4-yearnursing Favorite food: Soul Food Favorite food: Italian Favorite musician/group: Trey Songz Favorite vacationspot: spot:Kissimmee, Hawaii Florida Favorite vacation II can’t can’tlive livewithout: without:MyMy phone and shoes cellcell phone Favorite movie: The Hangover Favorite actor/actress: Chris Brown Favorite TV show: Entourage Favorite movie: The Wood TV show: The GameDisney Channel IFavorite can’t believe I watch: believe I watch: Spongebob Squarepants IfI can’t I won a million dollars, I would: Give some back to If I won a million dollars, I would: Person I would like to meet: GodGive 10% to God, buy a car and saveknows the rest I can: Touch my nose with my tongue Nobody Person I would like to meet: Pooch Hall Biggest superstition: Karma Nobody knows I can: Play the Drums

High School Athletic Honors:

Coaches Award 2007-08

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SHEANA

JONES

Freshman | 5’7“ | Guard Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Shea Shea Favorite Player/Team: Lebron James Favorite Sports Memory: Going to State my senior year Future Plans: Become a physical therapist Favorite food: Macaroni & cheese Favorite musician/group: Trey Songz Favorite vacation spot: Hawaii I can’t live without: My parents Most prized possession: My Bible Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV show: Family Guy I can’t believe I watch: Spongebob Squarepants If I won a million dollars, I would: Share it with family Person I would like to meet: Reggie Bush Nobody knows I can: Do cheerleading moves

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Freshman | 5’10“ | Center Seminole, Oklahoma

High School Athletic Honors: Team Captain Senior Year, Defensive Player of the Year 2007-08 and 2009-10 High School Academic Honors: Science Award, NHS, Biology Award

MARTESE

WILLIAMS

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Marty Mar Favorite Player/Team: Lebron James Future Plans: Graduate from college Favorite food: Potatoes Favorite musician/group: Chris Brown I can’t live without: My hair Most prized possession: My mother Favorite Actor/Actress: Will Smith Favorite movie: The Whiz Favorite TV show: Family Guy I can’t believe I watch: Jersey Shore If I won a million dollars, I would: Buy my mother a house, pay for school, go shopping and save the rest Person I would like to meet: Chris Brown Nobody knows I can: Flip my top lip

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High School Athletic Honors:

Bristow Tournament All-Tournament Team, 3 time All-Conference Team Member, OGBCA All-Region, OSSAA Distinguished Academic Achievement Award

High School Academic Honors:

Superintendants Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Who’s Who Among High School Students


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MARIEL

MILES

Freshman | 6’1“ | Center Geary, Oklahoma

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Kid Favorite Player/Team: Dirk Nowitzski Favorite Sports Memory: Making the winning shot for the Conference Title Future Plans: Obtain my criminal justice degree and become an ASPCA officer Favorite food: Lasagna Favorite vacation spot: Hawaii I can’t live without: My family and Madman Most prized possession: My “I am Second” wrist band Favorite movie: Love and Basketball Favorite TV show: True Blood I can’t believe I watch: Keeping Up With the Kardashians If I won a million dollars, I would: Take care of my family Person I would like to meet: Brett Farve

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High School Athletic Honors:

Canton All-Tournament Senior Year, West Central Tournament All-Tournament Junior and Senior Year, All-Conference Junior and Senior Year, Conference MVP Senior Year, Little All-City Honorable Mention Junior Year, Little City 1st Team Senior Year, Little All-City MVP Senior Year, OGBCA 2009 All-State, BCA 2nd Alternate, 2nd State All-Tournament Team, 2009 State Basketball Quarter Finals

JOY

Freshman | 6’2“ | Center Chatham, Louisiana

HEARN

PERSONALITY PROFILE Nickname: Joy Favorite Player/Team: The Boston Celtics Favorite Sports Memory: Top 28 First Round Future Plans: Become a RN and get my masters Favorite food: Barbeque Favorite musician/group: Trey Songz Favorite vacation spot: Memphis, Tenessee I can’t live without: Chocolate Most prized possession: My twin brother Favorite movie: Save the Last Dance Favorite TV show: The Cosby Show I can’t believe I watch: Maury If I won a million dollars, I would: Pay everything off and buy a car Person I would like to meet: Chris Brown Nobody knows I can: Dance

High School Athletic Honors:

All-District 2005-06, 2007-08, 2009-10, Honorable Mention 2008-09, All-District 2nd Team 2010

High School Academic Honors: Principal’s Honor Roll

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SCHOOL RECORDS SINGLE GAME SCORING Pts Name

Year

Pts Name

Year

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Robin Challis

1980

32

Penny Kime

1991

44

Paige DeVaughan

1991

32

Paige DeVaughan

1992

44

Paige DeVaughan

1992

32

Andrea Bean

1994

43

Robin Challis

1980

32

LaShounda Richey

2005

42

Robin Challis

1980

31

Paige DeVaughan

1991

40

P. Mueggenborg

1989

31

Paige DeVaughan

1992

39

Tonya Tipken

1994

31

Penny Kime

1991

38

Paige DeVaughan

1992

31

Tonya Tipken

1994

37

Melanie Stowe

1997

31

Aimee Vance

1995

36

Janice Standefer

1990

31

Andrea Bean

1995

36

Andrea Bean

1994

31

Jayme Bledsoe

1996

35

Paige DeVaughan

1992

30

Penny Kime

1991

35

Heather Barr

1993

30

Paige DeVaughan

1992

34

Penny Kime

1991

30

Aimee Vance

1995

33

Janice Standefer

1990

30

Andrea Bean

1995

33

Paige DeVaughan

1992

30

Jayme Bledsoe

1996

33

Melanie Stowe

1997

30

LaShounda Richey

2005

33

Lameka Oakes

2006

30

Ashli Barnum

2005

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SCHOOL RECORDS FREE THROWS MADE Pts 15 14 13 12

Name Penny Kime Lameka Oakes LaShounda Richey Jamie Nestor Leslie Harmon P. Mueggenborg Jaclyn Rhoades Jamie Nestor Penny Kime Jamica Johnson Renate Pierce Paige DeVaughan

Year 1990 2006 2005 1996 1992 1989 2008 1996 1991 2001 1996 1991

Pts 11

Name Delese Bradley Renate Pierce Jame Bledsoe Heidi Kline Penny Kime Jaimie Greene Robin Challis

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Year 2008 1996 1994 1993 1990 1989 1980

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SCHOOL RECORDS SEASON 3-PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Name Percent Kyndal Stevens 59% Misty Williams 47% Jessica Monroe 47% LaShounda Richey 46% Kristy Newman 45% Tana VonTungeln 45% Kara Ousley 45% Brandle Sandy 44% Shelby Searcy 44% Alandria West 43% Tana VonTungeln 43% Dionna Glass 40% LeNece Glossett 40% Delese Bradley 39% Lindsay Messer 39% Leanna Litsch 37% Misty Williams 37% Laney Watson 37% Chelsea Yarbrough 36% Tara Fleming 35% Tara Ousley 35% Lameka Oakes 34% Jessica Monroe 34% Tiffany Jupin 33% Demesha Heard 33% Natasha Richardson 33% Aniece Harding 33%

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Year 2003-04 2004-05 2001-02 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2002-03 2007-08 2004-05 2004-05 2001-02 2009-10 2006-07 2007-08 2001-02 2006-07 2005-06 2003-04 2006-07 2008-09 2001-02 2006-07 2002-03 2008-09 2005-06 2005-06 2001-03

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Name Kim Ford BerTabitha Bailey Kyesha Hall Brandie Sandy Jamica Johnson

Percent 32% 31% 30% 30% 29%

Year 2005-06 2009-10 2009-10 2008-09 2001-02


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2010-2011

SCHOOL RECORDS REBOUNDS Rbs 22 19 18 17 17 17 17 15 15 15

Name Melanie Stowe Andrea Bean Aimee Vance Jennifer Wright Melanie Stowe Jana Shelhope Andrea Bean Alexandria Foster Ashli Barnum LaShounda Richey

Year 1997 1995 1995 1998 1997 1997 1995 2008 2006 2005

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SCHOOL RECORDS ALL-AMERICAN & ALL-REGION TEAM PLAYERS ALL-AMERICANS Lameka Oakes Ashli Barnum LaShounda Richey Mandy Darwin Mandy Darwin Ashley Perkins Jamica Johnson

2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2002-03 2001-02

ALL-REGION TEAM Ashli Barnum (MVP) 2005-06 Kiley Finstad 2005-06 Leandra Johnson 2005-06 Lameka Oakes 2005-06 Liz Semien 2005-06 LaShounda Richey 2004-05 Alandria West 2004-05 Shannon Avery 2003-04 Mandy Darwin (MVP) 2003-04 LaShounda Richey 2003-04 Mandy Darwin 2002-03 Ashley Perkins (MVP) 2002-03 Tana VonTungeln 2002-03 Jamica Johnson 2001-02 Lindsay Messer 2001-02 Ashley Perkins 2001-02 Tana VonTungeln 2001-02 32

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2010-2011 SCHEDULE November

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Away Away Home Away Home Home Home

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