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BOARD OF TRUSTEES Michael Hopkins, Chair Jim Snider, Vice-Chair Jaclyn Hancock, Secretary Donald L. Brewer John F. O’Keefe Jacob “Jake” Rendleman John W. Sanders Joe Venable, Student Trustee

OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE Dr. Mike Dreith, President Mr. Brad McCormick, Vice-President for Business Services Dr. Tim Daugherty, Vice-President for Administrative Services Dr. Deborah Payne, Vice-President for Instructional Services

John A. Logan College was created by public mandate in September, 1967. It began its first academic year in September, 1968, with 330 students enrolled. Administratively, it operated from a store-front facility in Herrin, Illinois, using various rented community facilities as classrooms. In 1969, the College acquired and occupied its permanent campus, a 161-acre tract fronting Highway 13 just west of Carterville, Illinois. A bond referendum was passed the same year to help finance the construction of the first phase of a permanent building, which was subsequently constructed and occupied in 1973. In 1981, the College passed a $6 million bond referendum to provide 60,000 square feet of new and renovated facilities, including 3 new buildings, to replace 8 interim buildings on the campus. In 1991, the College dedicated an additional 100,000 square feet of new and remodeled facilities as part of an $8.5 million project funded principally by the Illinois Capital Development Board. In 1995, the College passed a $16 million bond referendum to provide 108,000 new square feet in 6 buildings. This project was also funded principally by the Illinois Capital Development Board. The legislature approved an additional $8.4 million in construction monies in 1999; construction is underway on a Community Health Education Complex and Workforce Development Center. The College was first accredited in 1972 by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Nathan A. Ivey was the institution’s first president, serving from1968 to 1973, followed by Thomas Deem, 1973-74. Robert E. Tarvin was president until 1982, and Harold R. O’Neil served from 1982 to 1989. Dr. Ray Hancock served from 1989-2000. Dr. Robert L. Mees is the current president.

John A. Logan College offers a challenging education for: • excellent and outstanding students • adults who need retraining • students who need a low-cost college education • those who want to explore college and find out more about their career interests • students of any age who may not have done well in earlier school experiences • students preparing for a vocation • adults who like the stimulation of part-time learning • college-age students who want to attend a small college before transferring to a larger 4-year school • students who want to live at home while attending college • employed adults who want to attend school

The College’s Carterville facilities now include 169 acres, with extension centers in Du Quoin and West Frankfort. The College operates as a comprehensive community college under the authority of the Illinois Community College Act. It is governed by a board of trustees whose members are elected by the citizens of the district.


Dr. Mike Dreith President John A. Logan College appreciates your attendance and support of the Vols and Lady Vols. You are watching student-athletes who work hard to earn their education and compete in the arena of competition. While they will strive for victory----they will also learn much in defeat. To that point, one of the most profound quotes in American history came from former President and sportsman Theodore Roosevelt who said: “It is not the critic who counts, not the one who points out how the strong man stumbled or how the doer of deeds might have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred with sweat and dust and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions and spends himself in a worthy cause and who, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.” Join me in applauding the effort. Thank you for supporting John A. Logan College basketball.mw ork greatly enhances the growth of the student-athlete and promotes the image of the College

Dr. Tim Daugherty

Vice-President For Administrative services

Dr. Tim Daugherty, Vice-President for Administration, is the senior administrator for intercollegiate athletics at John A. Logan College. He holds both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Eastern Illinois University and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Southern Illinois University. He joined the College in June 2008 after spending the past 24 years at Southeastern Illinois College where he was also served as the senior administrator for intercollegiate athletics. In addition to athletics, he oversees the College’s offices of Admissions, Assessment, Financial Aid, Placement, Transfer, Student Success Center, Community Relations, Continuing Education, and the Center for Business and Industry. A native of Herrin, the 1974 graduate of Herrin High School is a member of the Tiger Hall of Fame in both basketball and football. “John A. Logan College has always been an example of excellence in the classroom and on the playing field,” Daugherty said. “My primary concern is that our student athletes and all students have opportunities to succeed and be competitive in both academics and athletics.”

Jerry Halstead Athletic Director In May 2001, long-time Volunteer baseball coach Jerry Halstead became the first new athletic director at John A. Logan College in 21 years, replacing John Sala, who retired after serving in that capacity since 1980. A native of Carterville, Halstead attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale and graduated in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. While attending SIU, Halstead pitched for the Saluki baseball team for three years, helping win Missouri Valley Conference championships and participating in the NCAA Tournament. In the fall of 1982, he began his career at Logan as the assistant baseball coach. He took over as head baseball coach after one season and also served as the assistant men’s basketball coach for three years. Halstead has built the baseball program into one of the top programs in the country. The Volunteers annually rank among the elite in community college baseball. They won the Great Rivers Athletic Conference title in 2001, 2002, and 2004. They also won Region 24 championships in 2002, 2004, and 2006. In 2002 the Vols went on to finish seventh at the NJCAA World Series. During the 1990s, Logan posted four straight national top-ten finishes and earned four conference titles. Fourteen former Volunteers are currently playing professional baseball. Halstead has produced 10 NJCAA All-Americans and routinely leads the nation in players signing at four-year schools. While his main focus has been on baseball throughout most of his career, Halstead became Logan’s coordinator of athletics in the fall of 1995. In that position, he dealt with all aspects of the Athletic Department and is now in charge of all seven college sports (baseball, softball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s golf, and volleyball). Halstead and his wife, Kathy, reside in Carterville. They have two sons, Jason and Aaron, and one daughter, Jennifer.


Marty Hawkins Head Women’s Basketball Coach Marty Hawkins is his 19th season with the women’s basketball program at John A. Logan College, and 15th as head coach. In 2000-2001, he led the Lady Vols to a Final 8 finish at the NJCAA National Tournament and in 2010-2011, the Lady Vols placed in the Final 16 at nationals. Before coming to Logan, he coached one season at Morton Community College and 14 at Loyola-Chicago. A Chicago native and 1974 DePaul University graduate, he got his start in collegiate athletics first as an equipment manager, and then as sports information director at DePaul. During his tenure at DePaul, he worked in publications, statistics, and radio-TV production for the nationally ranked Blue Demons men’s squad. In 1978, he moved to Loyola University to assume the same responsibilities. In 1979, Hawkins took on the task of building the women’s basketball program while continuing in sports information. He left the administrative post in 1981 to devote his energy to coaching basketball. Hawkins then steered the program in its move from AWIA Division II to NCAA Division I. During his tenure at Loyola, the Lady Ramblers won 227 games and three league championships. His teams had four 20-win seasons and victories over Division I powers like Kansas, Notre Dame, Wisconsin, and Illinois. He was named conference Coach of the Year three times and had a graduation rate of over 90 percent. In 14 seasons as head coach at Logan, Hawkins’ record is 256-172. He has 486 career wins as a head coach. He has a bachelor’s degree (with honors) and a master’s degree in economics from DePaul.

Amanda Buldtman-Shelby Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Amanda Buldtman-Shelby begins her sixth year as the assistant coach for the John A. Logan College Lady Vols. Born and raised in Metropolis, Illinois, she graduated from Massac County High School in 1998. She attended Southern Illinois University Edwardsville where she played basketball for four years. During her tenure with the Cougars, her team qualified twice for the Division II NCAA Tournament. She graduated from SIUE in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. In 2006, Buldtman-Shelby completed with honors a Master of Science degree in education with a specialization in sports studies at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. While working on that degree, she did an internship with Logan’s women’s basketball program where she served as a volunteer assistant coach.

John A. Logan College Official Scorer Drew Homan


2012-2013 JALC woMen’s Basketball

Front (L to R): Lauren Deiss, Jessica Hirsch, Mystri Jodie, Autumn Miller, Aneta Sloma, Briya Wilborn, BreAnn Denny Back (L to R): Asst. Coach: Amanda Buldtman-Shelby, Jo’Shona Wimbish, Ashley Yateman, Dianne Sales, Marissa Nix, Kyra Navarrete, Andrea Kesler, Head Coach: Marty Hawkins

2012-2013 Women’s Basketball Roster No. Name Ht. Pos. Yr. Home Town (Previous College/High School)

2 4 5 10 11 12 14 15 20 22 23 24 30

Jessica Hirsch Andrea Kesler Aneta Sloma BreAnn Denny Mystri Jodie Lauren Deiss Autumn Miller Kyra Navarrete Briya Wilborn Ashley Yateman Marissa Nix Dianne Sales Jo’Shona Wimbish

5’5” 5’6” 5’4” 5’4” 5’6” 5’6” 5’7” 5’11” 5’6” 6’0” 5’11” 5’8” 5’11”

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Athletic Director: Jerry Halstead College Enrollment: 6,787 Conference: Great Rivers Athletic Conf. Team Name: Volunteers Colors: Blue & Gray

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Du Quoin, IL Carterville, IL Livingston, KY (Livingston Central) Indianapolis, IN (Warren Central) Crownpoint, NM (Santa Fe Indian) Mason City, IL (Illini Central) Louisville, KY (Sacred Heart Academy) Chicago, IL (Fenwick) Countryside, IL (St. Joseph) Indianapolis, IN (Arsenal Tech) Salem, IL Chicago, IL (Bronzeville Scholastic Institute) Chicago, IL (Harlan)

Head Coach: Marty Hawkins Assistant Coach: Amanda Buldtman 2011-2012 Record: 9-17 Phone: 618-985-3741, Ext. 8369 www.jalc.edu


#2 Jessica Hirsch

#11 Mystri Jodie

Jessica came to JALC after a decorated basketball career at nearby Du Quoin High School. She was named her team’s MVP all four years of high school and earned all-conference honors each year. She was selected all-south and all-state as a junior and senior. She scored 1,424 points in her career and is the school’s all-time leading scorer. She also participated in the Lions All-Star game and the IBCA All-Star game. Jessica was an Illinois State Scholar. She received the Wendy’s Heisman Award, the DAR Award, and graduated as the salutatorian of her class.

Mystri came to Logan from Santa Fe Indian School in Crownpoint, N.M., where she was a four-sport athlete, participating in basketball, volleyball, cross country, and track. She was chosen a Navajo Times All-Star in basketball as a junior and senior. She earned first team all-district honors her junior year and was a 2A/3A North All-Star her senior year. Playing point guard, she averaged over seven points and two assists per game as a senior and her team won the district title and finished runner-up at the state tournament.

5’5” GUARD - FRESHMAN Du Quoin HS, Du Quoin, IL

5’6” GUARD - FRESHMAN Santa Fe Indian School Crownpoint, NM

#4 Andrea Kesler

#12 Lauren Deiss

Andrea Kesler prepped at Carterville High School, playing basketball for Coach Todd Rogers. She averaged six points and seven rebounds per game as senior and was twice selected to the all-tournament team at the Carterville Winter Classic. She also played softball in high school.

Lauren transferred to JALC from Danville Area Community College. She attended Illini Central High School in Mason City where she had a standout basketball career. She received all-conference honors each year of high school and was selected her team’s MVP three times. She placed second in the ISHA 3-Point Shootout as a junior and qualified again for the contest as a senior. She averaged 14 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 2.8 assists per game her senior year and is her school’s all-time scoring leader in girls basketball with 1,321 points. She also played volleyball and was on the honor roll.

5’6” GUARD - FRESHMAN Carterville HS Carterville, IL

#5 Aneta Sloma

5’4” GUARD - FRESHMAN Livingston Central HS, Livingston, KY

Aneta joined the Lady Vols after a successful basketball career at Central High School in Livingston, Ky., for Coach Jim Larson. She was named all-district all four years of school and received all-region honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior. She scored 20 points and dished out six assists per tilt as a senior, and her team won the district championship. She also competed in track and field. An honor student, she graduated as the salutatorian of her class.

5’6” Guard - Sophomore Illini Central HS, Mason City, IL

#14 Autumn Miller 5’7” Guard - Sophomore Sacred Heart Academy, Louisville, KY

Autumn transferred to JALC from Seward County Community College in Kansas where she started 17 of 29 games last year, averaging 6.8 points and 2.8 assists per outing. She averaged 14 points, seven assists, seven steals, and six rebounds per game as a senior at Sacred Heart Academy in Louisville and was a McDonald’s AllAmerican nominee, as well as an all-region, all-district, and all-state performer. She was an Academic All-American and was named to the Academic All-State first team all four years of high school.

#10 BreAnn Denny

#15 Kyra Navarrete

BreAnn joined the Lady Vols after playing high school basketball at Warren Central in Indianapolis for Coach Michael Brooks. Her team won sectional crowns her sophomore and junior years and a conference title her senior year. She averaged over 12 points per game as a senior and was named all-county.

Kyra is the only returning player for JALC this season. As a freshman with the Lady Vols last year, she scored 16 points and pulled down 7.1 rebounds per game. She earned all-conference and all-region honors. Before coming to Logan, Kyra played basketball for Coach Dave Power at Fenwick High School in Chicago where she was an all-conference performer. As a senior, she averaged 16 points and eight rebounds per game.

5’4” GUARD - FRESHMAN Warren Central HS, Indianapolis, IN

5’11” Forward - Sophomore Fenwick HS, Chicago, IL


#20 Briya Wilborn 5’6” Guard - Freshman St. Joseph HS, Countryside, IL

Briya came to JALC from St. Joseph High School in Countryside where she played basketball for Coach Jim Maley. Her team won three regional championships in a row and she was voted team MVP two times. A guard, she led her team in scoring as a junior and senior, averaging 15 points, four steals, three rebounds, and three assists per game her senior year. She was named all-conference twice and was an all-state performer as a senior.

#22 Ashley Yateman 6’0” Forward - Freshman Arsenal Tech HS, Indianapolis, IN

Before coming to JALC, Ashley played high school basketball for Coach Stephanie Keller at Arsenal Tech High School in Indianapolis. She captained her team her senior year, averaging eight rebounds, six points, four assists, and three steals per game. She received the Hustler Award and was selected all-city and all-conference. She also competed in track and golf and made the honor roll.

#23 Marissa Nix

5’11” Forward - Freshman Salem HS, Salem, IL

Marissa played basketball at Salem High School for Coach Janet Holst before joining the Lady Vols. As a senior, she averaged eight points, six rebounds, three assists, and one block and was voted Most Improved and Best Defensive Player. Her team won conference, regional, and sectional championships. She was on the honor roll all four years of high school.

#24 Dianne Sales 5’8” Forward - Freshman Bronzeville Scholastic Institute, Chicago, IL

Dianne prepped at Bronzeville Scholastic Institute in Chicago under the direction of Coach Jennifer Curtis where she captained her basketball team as a senior. The team won sectional titles her sophomore and junior years. Averaging 22 points a game her senior year, she was voted her team’s MVP. She also played volleyball in high school.

#30 Jo’Shona Wimbish 5’11” Forward - Freshman Harlan HS , Chicago, IL

Before joining the Lady Vols, Jo’Shona played basketball at Harlan High School in Chicago for Coach Eddie Niles. A power forward, she scored eight points and grabbed 13 rebounds per contest as a senior. She also participated in cross country and track in high school.


NATIONAL TOURNAMENT TRADITION 1985-86 Record: 37-3 1st Round: John A. Logan Central Arizona

67 61

2nd Round: John A. Logan Connors (OK)

68 64

Quarters:

John A. Logan Kilgore (TX)

75 72

Semis:

N.E. Mississippi John A. Logan

76 53

3rd Place:

John A. Logan Florida Jr. College 3rd Place

74 67

1986-87 Record: 30-6 1st Round: John A. Logan Kennedy King (IL) 2nd Round:

Moberly (MO) John A. Logan Kilgore (TX) John A. Logan

Snead State (AL) John A. Logan 8th Place

72 58

1991-92 Record: 30-9 1st Round: John A. Logan 76 Odessa (TX) 69 2nd Round: John A. Logan Mt. Aloysius (PA)

93 77

3rd Round:

75 66 66 57

Louisburg (NC) John A. Logan Northeast (OK) John A. Logan 4th Place

71 65 1992-93 Record: 31-6 95 1st Round: John A. Logan 78 56 Crowder (MO) 75 71 2nd Round: Ricks (ID) 97 64 John A. Logan 94

1987-88 Record: 33-5 1st Round: John A. Logan UND/Lake Region

89 67

2nd Round: John A. Logan Coahoma (MS)

92 83

3rd Round: John A. Logan Cent. Arizona

72 69

Finals:

78 71

Kilgore (TX) John A. Logan 2nd Place

1990-91 Record: 30-6 1st Round: John A. Logan 74 Moberly (MO) 69 2nd Round: Odessa (TX) 85 John A. Logan 72 FINAL EIGHT

1988-89 Record: 31-5 1st Round: John A. Logan Miles (MT)

77 59

2nd Round: Copiah-Linc.(MS) John A. Logan

71 58

3rd Round: Emmanuel (GA) John A. Logan 7th Place

69 56

Vincennes (IN) John A. Logan 8th Place

1993-94 Record: 31-4 1st Round: John A. Logan Mt. Aloysius (PA) 2nd Round: Sullivan (KY) John A. Logan Moberly (MO) John A. Logan FINAL EIGHT

78 75

87 75 94 86 102 75

1994-95 Record: 33-2 1st Round: John A. Logan (OT) 84 Howard (TX) 83 2nd Round:

John A. Logan Ricks (ID) Westark (AR) John A. Logan Okaloosa足Walton (FL) John A. Logan 4th Place

74 71 121 56 80 79

1995-96 Record: 31-3 1st Round: John A. Logan 94 NW Shoals 66 2nd Round: Utah Valley 84 John A. Logan 65 Connors State 115 John A. Logan (OT) 110 7th Place 1996-97 Record: 27-6 1st Round: Central (FL) 98 John A. Logan 64 2nd Round: John A. Logan 74 Savannah 53 John A. Logan 61 Copiah-Linc. 47 Moberly (MO) 70 John A. Logan 54 7th Place 2000-01 Record: 29-7 Iowa Western Community John A. Logan

61 76

Eastern Oklahoma State John A. Logan

69 65

Jefferson John A. Logan FINAL EIGHT

85 78

2010-11 Record: 20-9 John A. Logan Trinity Valley (Texas) John A. Logan Casper (Wyoming) Final 16

55 84 51 63


LOGAN INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN A SEASON 1. Yolanda Miller 2. Tawona Alhaleem 3. Tawona Alhaleem 4. Kenya Pittman 5. Lindsay Lawson 6. Priscilla Poole 7. Tomica Lopez 8. Brittany Wood 9. Emily Scheer 10. Kenya Pittman 11. Taylor Manley 12. Christina Barry 13. Tomica Lopez 14. Kim Mabry 15. Jasmine Moore 16. Priscilla Poole 17. Emily Scheer 18. Kelly Nicholson 19. Sheila Leopold 20. Toni Ables 21. Emily Petrea 22. Lashonda Albert 23. Nakisha Langston 24. Janna Whisenhunt

69 64 58 54 53 48 45 44 43 41 40 39 38 38 38 37 36 35 35 34 33 33 33 30

25. Debin Bell 26. Lindsay Lawson 27. Janna Whisenhunt 28. Lydia Karlefors 29. Tonya Cole 30. Jordan James 31. Shenay Crater 32. Jordan James 33. DoBee Moore 34. Jackie Parker 35. DoBee Moore 36. Tiffany Williams 37. Jessica Gonzalez-Campo 38. Trina Mitchell 39. Brittany Wood 40. Tiffany Williams 41. Jasmine Moore 42. Danielle McKinley 43. Melinda Spearman 44. Dawn Skelcher

30 30 30 29 28 27 27 27 26 25 25 24 24 24 24 24 22 22 21 20

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE IN A CAREER 1. 2. 3. 4.

Tawona Alhaleem Kenya Pittman Priscilla Poole Tomica Lopez

122 95 85 83

5. Lindsay Lawson 6. Emily Scheer 7. Yolanda Miller 8. Brittany Wood 9. Jasmine Moore 10. Senay Crater 11. Kim Mabry 12. Kellie Nicholson 13. Sheila Leopold 14. Janna Whisenhunt 15. DoBee Moore 16. Emily Petrea 17. Christina Barry 18. Debin Bell 19. Tonya Cole 20. Tiffany Williams 21. Trina Mitchell 22. Lashonda Albert 23. Tiffany Willams 24. Taylor Manley 25. Jackie Parker 26. Tomica Lopez 27. Danielle McKinley 28. Melinda Spearman 29. Jessica Gonzalez-Campo 30. Toni Ables 31. Nakisha Langston 32. Lydia Karlefors

83 79 69 68 60 58 54 53 52 51 51 48 48 44 44 43 43 43 43 40 39 38 37 37 36 36 36 29

FIELD GOALS

Made in a Game: Danielle McKinley vs Three Rivers Community College, 2-12-01 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������18

FREE THROWS

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OFFENSE

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TEAM FIELD GOALS

Stephanie Dial vs Miles, MT, 3-15-89 ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������17 Lisa Foster vs Kilgore, TX, 3-20-86 �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������13 Stephanie Dial vs Miles, MT, 3-15-89 ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������20 Tawona Alhaleem, 1993-1994 �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������232 Melinda Spearman, 1991-1992 �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23 Lashonda Albert vs Connors, OK, 3-21-96 ������������������������������������������������������������������������43 Tawona Alhaleem, 1992-1993 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 26.5 Amy Fletcher, 1988-1989 ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������16 Amy Fletcher, 1988-1989 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������214 Carmen Woods vs Lincoln Trail, 1980 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������25 Yolanda Miller, 1994-1995 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������69 Tawona Alhaleem, 1992-1993 ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������122 Priscilla Poole vs Wabash Valley College, 1-18-03 ������������������������������������������������������������7

Made in a Game: vs Lincoln Trail, 1986-1987 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������53 Made in a Season: 1995-1996.......................................................................................................................................................1,348


LOGAN RECORDS MOST POINTS SCORED IN A SEASON 1. Tawona Alhaleem 2. Tawona Alhaleem 3. Danielle McKinley 4. Lashonda Albert 5. Christina Barry 6. Stephanie Dial 7. Lisa Foster 8. Kenya Pittman 9. Yolanda Miller 10. Lashonda Albert 11. Tangela Turner 12. Kyra Watson 13. Danielle McKinley 14. Jennifer Williams 15. Tangela Turner 16. Lisa Foster 17. Vicki Lohmann 18. Angenette Sumrall 19. Anna Kowalska 20. Theresa Jackson 21. Yo Smith 22. Rasheeda Love 23. Kenya Pittman 24. Carmen Woods 25. Tikey Johnson 26. Regina Banks 27. Jennifer Williams 28. April Fort 29. Theresa Jackson 30. Lori Kirsch 31. Deanna Sanders 32. Darice Taylor 33. Kathleen Foss 34. Tawanda Daniel 35. Melinda Spearman 36. April Fort 37. Stephanie Dial 38. Trinisia Nolden 39. Mina Babic 40. Emily Scheer 41. Sanna Helenius 42. Connie Baxter 43. Lavitte Henry 44. Kyra Navarrete 45. Paige Pestka 46. Dance Taylor 47. Sandra Crockett 48. Ginger Henley 49. Jordan James 50. Paige Pestka 51. Austyn Ridings 52. Jasmine Moore 53. Gail Maciejewski 54. Cheshi Poston 55. Erica Jones 56. Austyn Ridings 57. Kellie Nicholson 58. Kelli Williams 59. Vickie Givance MOST POINTS SCORED IN A CAREER 1. Tawona Alhaleem 2. Lashonda Albert 3. Christina Barry 4. Danielle McKinley 5. Lisa Foster

981 903 812 798 759 731 665 664 645 637 630 604 580 565 528 523 511 509 508 507 498 491 506 480 461 460 458 458 457 455 450 450 449 447 441 437 429 428 420 419 414 404 401 400 397 395 390 382 380 375 375 374 372 372 368 367 366 366 365

1884 1435 1432 1392 1278

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34.

Kenya Pittman 1168 Stephanie Dial 1160 Tangela Turner 1158 Jennifer Williams 1022 Theresa Jackson 964 April Fort 895 Vicki Lohamnn 856 Rasheeda Love 846 Darice Taylor 844 Yo Smith 832 Carmen Woods 814 Danielle McKinley 812 Melinda Spearman 805 Tawanda Daniel 795 Deanna Sanders 791 Kathleen Foss 782 Regina Banks 778 Paige Pestka 772 Connie Baxter 767 Anna Kowalska 743 Austyn Ridings 742 Ginger Henley 736 Lori Kirsch 709 Emily Petrea 692 Jasmine Moore 691 Kellie Nicholson 684 Barbi Drew 679 Emily Scheer 672 Salena Miller 647

REBOUNDS IN A SEASON 1. LaToya Robinson 402 2. Angenette Sumrall 378 3. Erica Jones 369 4. Lashonda Albert 340 5. Cheshi Poston 334 6. Gail Maciejewski 329 7. Anna Kowalska 326 8. Christina Barry 326 9. Carmen Woods 325 10. April Fort 315 11. Jennifer Williams 310 12. April Fort 310 13. Theresa Jackson 306 14. DariceTaylor 303 15. Carmen Woods 286 16. Kathleen Foss 285 17. Regina Banks 284 18. Mina Babic 280 19. Connie Baxter 274 20. Dance Taylor 272 21. Vicki Lohmann 272 22. Quiana Harris 266 23. Yo Smith 262 24. Jennifer Williams 257 25. Dawn Westman 256 26. Stephanie Dial 251 27. Christina Barry 251 28. Vicki Lohmann 250 29. DeCarol Timmons 248 30. Lashonda Albert 248 31. Tawona Alhaleem 245 32. Tangela Turner 239 REBOUNDS IN A CAREER 1. April Fort 2. Carmen Woods 3. Lashonda Albert 4. Erica Jones

625 611 588 587

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Christina Barry Darice Taylor Jennifer Williams LaToya Robinson Anna Kowalska Cheshi Poston Vicki Lohman Theresa Jackson Regina Banks Connie Baxter Kathleen Foss Quiana Harris Yo Smith Tangela Turner Tawona Alhaleem Laurie Melvin Stephanie Dial Kenya Pittman Jennifer King Lavitte Henry Courtney Joseph Paige Pestka Kelli Williams Angenette Sumrall Delina Walker Emily Petrea Darice Taylor Dawn Westman Tawanda Daniel

577 568 567 535 532 526 522 519 515 511 507 501 481 469 452 437 418 416 412 410 404 397 395 378 372 362 358 352 330

FREE THROWS MADE IN A SEASON 1. Lisa Foster 2. Rasheeda Love 3. Tawona Alhaleem 4. Lashonda Albert 5. Tawona Alhaleem 6. Stephanie Dial 7. Trinisia Nolden 8. Danielle McKinley 9. Jennifer Williams 10. Sanna Helenius 11. Christina Barry 12. Tangela Turner 13. Yo Smith 14. Carmen Woods 15. Kenya Pittman 16. Kelli Williams 17. Tangela Turner 18. Lashonda Albert 19. Danielle McKinley 20. Regina Banks

175 161 157 155 153 151 149 144 142 124 122 120 116 116 114 114 112 111 109 104

FREE THROWS MADE IN A CAREER 1. Tawona Alhaleem 2. Lisa Foster 3. Lashonda Albert 4. Rasheeda Love 5. Danielle McKinley 6. Tangela Turner 7. Stephanie Dial 8. Jennifer Williams 9. Christina Barry 10. Kelli Williams 11. Amy Fletcher 12. Kenya Pittman 13. Yo Smith 14. Trinisia Nolden

310 278 266 260 253 232 230 225 222 193 187 183 180 178

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Carmen Woods Emily Petrea Vicki Lohmann Ginger Henley Paige Pestka April Fort Regina Banks Aseer Itiavkase Tawanda Daniel Kellie Nicholson Quiana Harris Kathleen Foss Sanna Helenius Lori Kirsch

178 174 172 164 162 155 152 149 148 147 129 128 124 116

FIELD GOALS IN A SEASON 1. Tawona Alhaleem 376 2. Tawona Alhaleem 343 3. Lashonda Albert 338 4. Danielle McKinley 323 5. Christina Barry 314 6. Stephanie Dial 289 7. Theresa Jackson 277 8. Christina Barry 267 9. Lashonda Albert 258 10. Yolanda Miller 257 11. Kenya Pittman 248 12. Lisa Foster 245 13. Danielle McKinley 228 14. Jennifer Williams 211 15. Lisa Foster 210 16. Angenette Sumrall 208 17. Vicki Lohmann 208 18. Tangela Turner 208 19. Theresa Jackson 198 20. Darice Taylor 197 21. Carmen Woods 194 22. Yo Smith 191 23. Carmen Woods 191 24. Deanna Sanders 190 25. April Fort 190 26. Lori Kirsch 190 27. Jennifer Williams 188 28. Melinda Spearman 183 29. Tawanda Daniel 183 30. April Fort 180 FIELD GOALS IN A CAREER 1. Tawona Alhaleem 719 2. Lashonda Albert 596 3. Christina Barry 581 4. Danielle McKinley 551 5. Stephanie Dial 464 6. Tangela Turner 463 7. Lisa Foster 455 8. Kenya Pittman 445 9. Theresa Jackson 425 10. Jennifer Williams 399 11. April Fort 370 12. Darice Taylor 355 13. Deanna Sanders 348 14. Vicki Lohmann 342 15. Connie Baxter 340 16. Melinda Spearman 336 17. Kathleen Foss 327 18. Yo Smith 326 19. Carmen Woods 318 20. Tawanda Daniel 316


Great Rivers Athletic Conference In August 1982, competition began in a newly organized league of community colleges in Illinois. Charter members of the league included the following: John A. Logan College, Kaskaskia College, Southeastern Illinois College, Rend Lake College and Wabash Valley College. All the institutions were located near the two great rivers in Illinois, the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers—thus the name Great Rivers Athletic Conference was adopted. In 1985, current members Olney Central College and Southwestern Illinois College joined the GRAC. In 1988, Lincoln Trail became a GRAC member. Lake Land College joined the conference in 2005.

John A. Logan College Carterville, IL

Kaskaskia College Centralia, IL

Lake Land College Mattoon, IL

Lincoln Trail College Robinson, IL

Olney Central College Olney, IL

Rend Lake College Ina, IL

Southeastern Illinois College Harrisburg, IL

Southwestern Illinois College Belleville, IL

Wabash Valley College Mt. Carmel, IL


WHERE DID THEY GO? Diane Keirn (1983) Cathy Miller (1984) Regina Banks (1986) Vicki Lohmann (1986) Teresa Robertson (1986) Gail Maciejewski (1986) Delina Walker (1987) Lisa Foster (1987) Deanna Sanders (1987) Tangela Turner (1988) Stephanie Dial (1989) Amy Fletcher (1989) Kathleen Foss (1989) Mary Jo Rollet (1989) Kerry Kane (1990) DeCarol Timmons (1990) Marie Duncan (1991) Marsha Campbell (1991) Dawn Westman (1991) Jessica Morris (1991) Jennifer Williams (1992) Mina Babic (1992) Tina Ames (1992) Ryetta Alhaleem (1993) Angenette Sumrall (1993) Lynette Moore (1993) Tawona Alhaleem (1994) Darice Taylor (1994) Natalie Hall (1994) Tina Epps (1994) Kristie Silvius (1994) April Fort (1995) Sheila Leopold (1995) Jewel Jackson (1995) Lavitte Henry (1995) Tonya Cole (1996) Aundria Fitzgerald (1996) Nora Hendrix (1996) Ericka Nance (1996) Shonda Robinson (1996) Melanie Stueve (1996) Lashonda Albert (1996) Nichole Massey (1996) Christina Barry (1997) Quiana Harris (1997) Courtney Joseph (1997) Angela Stewart (1997) Salena Miller (1998) Tawanda Daniel (1998) Kelli Williams (1998) Kisha Langston (1998) Monica Richardson (1998) Denise Walker (1998) Lawanda Burras (1999) Celeste Sullivan (1999)

McKendree MacMurray Southern Illinois - Carbondale Southeast Missouri State Blackburn Missouri - Kansas City Evansville Southeast Missouri State Southern Illinois - Carbondale Austin Peay U. of Illinois Missouri - Kansas City Austin Peay Blackburn U.S. Air Force Academy Missouri - St. Louis Blackburn Blackburn Southeast Missouri State Oakland City Southern Illinois - Carbondale Loyola - Chicago Millikin Livingston - Alabama Southern Illinois - Carbondale Southeastern Oklahoma State University DePaul University DePaul University University of Evansville Emory University Savannah School of Arts & Design Southeast Missouri State University Lincoln University Northeastern Illinois Northeastern Illinois Blackburn Judson Eastern Illinois Southern Indiana Illinois - Springfield Pittsburg State (Kansas) Central Missouri State Elmhurst College Arkansas State Arkansas State University of Buffalo University of Missouri - St. Louis University of Missouri - St. Louis University of Missouri - St. Louis Kentucky State Kentucky State Kentucky State IUPU-Ft. Wayne Chicago State Lindsey Wilson College

Ramona Aquado (2000) Jacqueline Carter (2000) Jasmine Moore (2000) Jennifer “DoBee” Moore (2000) Mindy Miller (2000) Dawn Skelcher (2000) Christy Wiseman (2000) Yo Smith (2000) Rachel Young (2000) Rasheeda Love (2001) LaToya Robinson (2001) Kim Barber (2002) Lindsay Lawson (2002) Danielle McKinley (2002) Rachel Porter (2002) Mareshah Belcher (2003) Erica Jones (2003) Tomesia Winston (2003) Tomeka Harris (2003) Natasha Wilson (2004) Priscilla Poole (2004) Latisha Schales (2004) Michelle Meneguzzi (2005) Malgorzata Koralewska (2005) Sarah Buldtman (2005) Sanna Helenius (2005) Jackie Parker (2005) Kendra Cobbs (2005) Emily Petrea (2006) Debin Bell (2006) Ashley Wright (2006) Martine Wiley (2006) Jessica Gonzalez-Campo (2007) Aseer Itiavkase (2007) Lydia Karlefors (2007) Anna Kowalska (2007) Tiffany Scales (2007) Amanda Davidson (2008) Erin Rohan (2008) Abby Rankin (2008) Taylor Manley (2009) Stephanie McSparin (2009) Shelice Crater (2009) Shenay Crater (2009) DaLita Scott (2010 Sherita Stanley (2010) Devin London (2010) Jordan James (2010) Tiffany Williams (2010) Cheshi Poston (2011) Kyra Watson (2011)  Haley Hewitt (2011) Tiki Johnson (2012)

Loyola—Chicago Calumet College U of Southern Indiana Lincoln Memorial U. Lincoln Memorial U. Lincoln Memorial U. Lincoln Memorial U. U. of Illinois East Carolina U. Bradley Western Texas A & M Kendall College Grand Canyon University Missouri Western State College Arkansas State University Georgetown, Kentucky Kendall College University of New Orleans Lewis University Elizabeth City University Central Michigan University Robert Morris University Marian College University of Illinois-Chicago University of Southern Indiana Valparaiso University University of Illinois-Chicago University of Illinois-Springfield University of Missouri-Rolla University of Massachusetts Huston-Tillotson University Webster University University of Toledo Bradley University University of Missouri - Rolla Kent State Southern Polytechnic Univ. Alcorn State University Judson University Hannibal-LaGrange College Western Michigan University University of Southern Indiana Lane University Lane University Florida Atlantic University Slippery Rock University Academy of Art University (San Francisco) Northwestern State University of Louisiana Lindsey Wilson College University of Arizona Murray State University West Liberty University Arkansas Tech


2011-2012 Women’s Basketball Schedule and Results Record: 9 and 17

Date Opponent November Sat...5 Olive-Harvey College Fri...11 Mineral Area College Sat...12 Vincennes University Fri...18 JALC Classic v. Lincoln Land Sat...19 JALC Classic v. Danville Tues...29 Moberly Area College December Wed...7 Lewis & Clark College January Tues...3 Mineral Area College Sat...7 Kaskaskia College* Mon...9 Lincoln Trail College* Wed...11 Olney Central College* Sat...14 Southern IL Univ.-Edwardsville Wed...18 Wabash Valley College* Sat...21 Lake Land College* Wed...25 Rend Lake College* Sat...28 Southwestern Illinois College* February Wed...1 Southeastern Illinois College* Sat...4 Kaskaskia College* Wed...8 Lincoln Trail College* Sat...11 Olney Central College* Sat...18 Wabash Valley College* Wed...22 Lake Land College* Sat...25 Rend Lake College* Wed...29 Southwestern Illinois College* March Sat...3 Southeastern Illinois College* Tues...6 Reg. 24 Tourn. v. Kaskaskia

Place Results H W, 99-52 A L, 86-64 A L, 89-73 H W, 103-79 H W, 83-69 A L, 76-69 H W, 85-69 H L, 88-57 H L, 72-67 OT A L, 85-77 A W, 72-64 H L, 79-57 H L, 69-54 A L, 77-60 H W, 80-73 H L, 76-56 A L, 77-73 A L, 87-66 H W, 88-57 H L, 76-69 A L, 83-55 H L, 77-70 A W, 66-60 A L, 52-39. H W, 63-45 A L, 63-59

* denotes Great Rivers Athletic Conference Game Home games are in bold.

LADY VOLS vs CONFERENCE TEAMS The history of the Lady Vols and their conference foes is rich with tradition of championship success. In 31 seasons of competition, the Lady Vols have won conference championships 16 times. TEAM W L Southwestern Illinois College 44 18 Kaskaskia College 56 16 Lake Land College 35 3 Lincoln Trail College 37 11 Olney Central College 53 15 Paducah Community College 15 9 Rend Lake College 55 16 Shawnee Community College 26 3 Southeastern Illinois College 54 24 Wabash Valley College 55 23

THE ALL-AMERICANS

Theresa “T.J.” Jackson Lisa Foster Stephanie Dial Kenya Pittman Jennifer Williams Tawona Alhaleem Angenette Sumrall Tawona Alhaleem Lashonda Albert Lashonda Albert Christina Barry Tawanda Daniel Rasheeda Love Danielle McKinley Danielle McKinley Jackie Parker Kyra Watson

Cape Girardeau, MO Murphysboro, IL Eldorado, IL Chicago, IL West Frankfort, IL Flint, MI East St. Louis, IL Flint, Ml St. Louis, MO St. Louis, MO Harvey, IL Lilbourn, MO Mt. Vernon, IL Evanston, IL Evanston, IL St. Louis, MO Montgomery, IL

1983 1987 1989 1991 1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 1996 1998 2001 2001 2002 2005 2011


2011-2012 Women’s Basketball Stats

Name Games Played FG-M FG-A 3pt-M 3pt-A FT-M FT-A Rebounds Assists Steals Tikeyiah Johnson 26 157 376 59 169 88 113 127 57 45 Average 41.8% 34.9% 77.9% 4.9 2.2 1.7 Je’Mishia Cottrell 26 12 36 0 8 5 5 45 10 9 Average 33.3% 0.0% 0.0% 1.7 0.4 0.3 Austyn Ridings 26 143 341 14 53 75 99 257 75 55 Average 41.9% 26.4% 75.8% 9.9 2.9 2.1 Shakera Bennett 9 33 72 2 6 18 23 51 17 12 Average 45.8% 33.3% 78.3% 5.7 1.9 1.3 Kyra Navarette 25 143 322 12 34 102 128 178 20 22 Average 44.4% 35.3% 79.7% 7.1 0.8 0.9 Brittany Wood 20 38 148 24 95 18 27 35 18 12 Average 25.7% 25.3% 66.7% 1.8 0.9 0.6 Jeorgina Pena 26 25 104 4 24 11 35 105 64 28 Average 24.0% 16.7% 31.4% 4.0 2.5 1.1 Jasmine Jordan 26 111 256 6 22 40 70 210 33 20 Average 43.4% 27.3% 57.1% 8.1 1.3 0.8 Braquel Ford 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 Average 50.0% 0.0% 0.0% 1.0 0.0 0.0 Team 26 663 1657 121 411 357 511 1044 270 180 Average 40.0% 29.4% 69.9% 40.2 10.4 6.9

Points 461 17.7 29 1.1 375 14.4 86 9.6 400 16.0 118 5.9 65 2.5 268 10.3 2 1.0 1804 69.4


Volunteers Sports Network The Volunteers Sports Network is in its 32nd year of operation, providing play-by-play and color commentary on John A. Logan College basketball for the district and surrounding community. John A. Logan College is happy to have WXAN 103.9 FM as its primary radio station. Tom Ferris, Mike Murphy, Ron Hines, John Homan, and Roger Medlen serve as announcers for the Volunteers Sports Network.

Other Media Covering the Volunteers

Newspapers: Du Quoin Evening Call - Du Quoin Daily Republican - Marion Herrin Independent - Herrin The Murphysboro American - Murphysboro Southern Illinoisan - Carbondale Daily American - West Frankfort Carterville Courier - Carterville Carbondale Times - Carbondale

Television: WSIL - TV3 - Crainville KFVS - TV12 - Cape Girardeau (MO) WPSD - TV6 - Paducah (KY) WSIU - TV8 - Carbondale Radio: River Radio - Crainville Withers Broadcasting - Marion WXAN 103.9 FM - Ava

Great Rivers Athletic Conference

In August 1982, competition began in a newly organized league of community colleges in Illinois. Charter members of the league included the following: John A. Logan College, Kaskaskia College, Southeastern Illinois College, Rend Lake College and Wabash Valley College. All the institutions were located near the two great rivers in Illinois, the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers—thus the name Great Rivers Athletic Conference was adopted. In 1985, current members Olney Central College and Southwestern Illinois College joined the GRAC. In 1988, Lincoln Trail became a GRAC member. Lake Land College joined the conference in 2005.

John A. Logan College does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, disability, age, or gender orientation.

IN MEMORY OF

Bobby Robinson #1 Volunteer

A deputy sheriff, he served in his off-duty hours as the women’s basketball trainer and travel coordinator and was a friend to the College and its teams from 1972 until his death.

BOBBY ROBINSON 1954-2000


✪ Phoenix, AZ • ‘02-‘03

Salinas, KS • ‘01

Tampa-St. Petersburg • ‘92, ‘94

Okaloosa-Walton, FL • ‘93

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Pensacola, FL • ‘92

Jacksonville, FL • ‘92

Miami, FL • ‘99

Ft. Lauderdale, FL • ‘97

Santa Fe, FL • ‘92

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Sullivan, KY • ‘93

Dyersburg, TN • ‘95-‘97

Vincennes, IN • ‘97-‘99

Senatobia, MS • ‘86-’90

✪✪ ✪ New Orleans, LA • ‘95

Tyler, TX • ‘91-‘98

Blytheville, AR • ‘81

Chicago, IL • ‘97, ‘98, ‘99

JOHN A. LOGAN COLLEGE

Barton County, KS • ‘86

Moberly, MO • ‘98

Benton Harbor, MI • ‘94

“The Lady Vols on the Road”


2012-2013 Women’s Basketball Schedule Date Opponent November Sat...3 John A. Logan Invitational Sun...4 John A. Logan Invitational Fri...9 Mineral Area College Tourn. Sat...10 Mineral Area College Tourn. Tues...13 Morthland College Fri...16 JALC Classic Sat...17 JALC Classic Wed...28 Lincoln Trail College*

Place Time H H A A H H H A

6/8 p.m. 1/3 p.m. TBA TBA 5:30 p.m. 6/8 p.m. 1/3 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

December Sat...1 Shawnee Community College Wed...5 SouthwesternIllinois College* Sat...15 Mineral Area College

H A H

1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

January Mon...7 Southeastern Illinois College* Wed...9 Kaskaskia College* Sat...11 Olney Central College* Wed...16 Wabash Valley College* Mon...21 Rend Lake College* Sat...26 Lake Land College* Wed...30 Lincoln Trail College*

H H A H A A H

5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

February Sat...2 Shawnee Community College Wed...6 Southwestern Illinois College* Sat...9 Southeastern Illinois College* Wed...13 Kaskaskia College* Sat...16 Olney Central College* Mon...18 Wabash Valley College* Sat...23 Rend Lake College*

A H A A H A H

1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

March Sat...2 Lake Land College*

H 1 p.m. * denotes Great Rivers Athletic Conference Game Home games are in bold.


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