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Media Guide 2012-13

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Women’s BasketBall 2012-2013

Back Row (L to R): Coach Amber Lee, Mackenzie Puckett, Katie Wheeler, Danielle Newton, Jordan Ballard, Shay Anderson, Lauren Trent, Alex Bond, Kelsey Brown, Lauren Ruehlen, Coach Darrin Travillian Front Row (L to R): Tara Heyboer, Lauren Burnett, Ashleigh Elliot, Donja Robbins, Kiera Payne, Lailah Farmer, Janell Menard, Tayler Smith

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5’8” 5’9”

Onieda, TN/ Onieda Franklin, TN/ Franklin

11 12 13 14 20 21 22 23 24 30 32 34 42 45

Janell Menard Lailah Farmer Lauren Trent Kiera Payne Shay Anderson Donja Robbins Lauren Burnett Danielle Newton Ashleigh Elliot Jordan Ballard Lauren Ruehlen Katie Wheeler Tayler Smith Kelsey Brown

Sr. Jr. So. Sr. so. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So.

5’9” 5’4” 5’7” 5’9” 5’6” 5’6” 5’7” 5’8” 5’9” 5’8” 6’0” 5’8” 5’10” 6’0”

Loudon, TN/ Loudon Clinton,TN/Clinton Knoxville, TN/ Hardin Valley Chattanooga, TN/ Baylor Huntsville, TN/ Scott County Oneda, TN/ Oneida Maryville,TN/Heritage Chattanooga, TN/ East Hamilton Seymour, TN/ Seymour Seymour, TN/ Seymour Woodbury, TN/ Cannon County Friendsville, TN/ William Blount Crossville, TN/ Stone Memorial Knoxville, TN/ CAK

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2012-13 Outlook WoMen’s Basketball Maryville College Fighting Scots Season Preview 2012-13 As the Maryville College women’s basketball team embarks on a journey of a new season and a new conference affiliation, Head Coach Darrin Travillian is excited about his prospects for success during the 2012-2013 campaign. “Every night in the USA South we will have to bring our A-game,” stated the third year mentor. Our timing is right competitively with our experience we have on the floor, but the level of competition on a daily basis has been elevated.” The Scots will attack their new experience with a very experienced squad, returning seven players who have averaged 46 points collectively throughout their career. The Scots will lean on four players to handle the floor general duties and distribute from the point guard position. Junior Lauren Burnett became a point guard last season following some key injuries and Coach Travillian like the way she manages the team. Burnett is a career 41% shooter from beyond the arc but knows how to let the playmakers around her make plays. “Lauren’s greatest attribute is her ability to execute the game plan,” stated Travillian. MC looks forward to the return of junior Lailah Farmer who is still in the rehabilitation phase of her injury last season. She was nationally ranked as a sophomore in her assist to turnover ratio and has the ability to make things happen with her outstanding quickness and court vision. Ashleigh Elliot and Alex Bond have also displayed the leadership skills needed to execute from the point guard position if the coaching staff wants to move Burnett to the perimeter to capitalize on her scoring talents. Bond is exceptional at creating plays while attacking the defense. Elliot has the range to knock down perimeter shots if moved to the shooting guard role. The shooting guard position returns a two-time all-conference playmaker in senior Janell Menard. Janell can deliver from beyond the arc, mid-range, or can post up her opponent with ease as evident of her 11.2 points per game average throughout her career. This scoring wing serves as a co-captain with Tayler Smith and displays All-Region skills each time she steps on the court. “In the past Janell was content to let others make the play,” stated Coach Travillian. “Now she wants the ball in any situation and can hurt the opposition with her scoring ability or uncanny knack to get to the boards as an offensive rebounder from the perimeter.” Ashleigh Elliot and Lauren Burnett will also contribute at this wing position due to their innate perimeter scoring skills. The small forward position will be filled by sophomore sensation Alex Bond. Her teammates call her the silent assassin because you will not even notice and she will have substantial points in the book because she can score in a variety of ways. This GSAC All-Freshman team performer is the best post player among the

Scots’ guards and she is creative, sneaky, and quick around the rim. Senior Donja Robbins is a strong 15-17 foot shooter with the ability to hit open three-pointers and is a willing offensive rebounder. She is coming back from injury and has been playing the best basketball in her career while being in the orange and garnet. She is excellent in fighting for long rebounds and takes advantage of second shot opportunities. MC’s power forward will be senior Kiera Payne. The Chattanooga native is a strong driver and slasher to the basket that possesses the quickest first step on the team. She is an unselfish and willing passer and displays her athleticism by guarding the opponents’ top perimeter scoring player. She contests the passing lanes and can go coast to coast with any opponent miscue. She earned All-GSAC honors last season and her ability to pepper the stat sheet with consistent numbers nightly will give her All-Region post-season looks. Senior Tara Heyboer will bring her strength as an inside-outside rebounder to help the Scots’ second shot opportunities. She is also a slashing scorer in the paint. Freshman Mackenzie Pucket has caught the eye of Coach Travillian and his staff this fall. Mackenzie has the skills to play all four guard positions. Her length and ability to put the ball on the floor will present a variety of mismatches for the opponent. She can score with either hand, post up, or hit the mid range jumper with ease. The Scots’ paint will be patrolled by two-time all-conference post player Tayler Smith. The senior has averaged 8.7 points and 5.3 rebounds during her first 78 games played for the Scots. This quiet scorer has thrown down over 53% of her shots from the floor and will be the go-to person in the post. She is unbelievably strong and athletic. This co-captain always plays hard and her leadership has been invaluable to the development of the team. Sophomore Kelsey Brown, a legitimate six-footer, will also be a force down low. She can play with her back to the basket and is learning to be a strong defensive player with exceptional shot blocking capabilities. “Our experience and depth will be a viable asset to our success within the USA South this year,” stated Coach Travillian. “Our tough league schedule combined with strong outside challenges from Centre, Thomas More, Emory, Millsaps and Birmingham Southern will prepare us for the rigors of potential post-season play.” With sights on MC’s first USA South regular season and tournament titles, the pre-season No.2 ranked Scots look to emulate their success of the past. Eight league titles in a dozen seasons and 18 NCAA post-season appearances provide a strong foundation for success to move MC forward in their new league affiliation. “Through the season, we look to show our fans and followers that our team will compete at a high level every night against some of the best competition within the NCAA Division III,” concluded Coach Travillian. Maryville College Basketball | 2012-13

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MC Coaching Staff Darrin Travillian Head Basketball Coach

Darrin Travillian enters the 20122013 looking to build on his program’s success in the past two campaigns. Travillian guided his inaugural squad to a 21-5 overall record in his first season directing the program and took the Scots to their 18th NCAA National Tournament with a 21-7 mark in 2011-2012. This two-time Great South Athletic Conference Coach of the Year has developed eight all-conference performers while directing nine academic all-conference honorees on a pair of squads that won the league regular season title twice, claimed the 2011-2012 GSAC Conference title, and has been ranked as high as fifth by the NCAA in the South Region.His players laude their leader for his preparation in practice and game situations. They feel his scouting and motivational skills get them ready to put forth their best effort on a daily basis. In only two seasons, Travillian’s .777 winning percentage ranks him third in MC women’s basketball 28 year history. His 42 wins are fifth within the program’s all-time list. As a Scots assistant from 2008-2010 Coach Travillian worked primarily with the defense and post players, including the past two GSAC Players of the Year Natalie Munday and Alison Harmon. He also focused on scouting, film exchange, and game preparation, contributing to a pair of NCAA tournament teams. Coach Travillian is a 1996 alumnus of the University of Kentucky with a degree in Secondary English Education. He also holds a master of arts in School Leadership and

The Travillian Era 2010-2011 – 21-5

2011-2012 – 21-7

Career (2) 42-12 (.777)

Administration from North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. At UK he served as a student-assistant with the women’s basketball team, where he helped with individual workouts, film breakdown, and practice and game preparation. Travillian began his coaching career at the Sayre School, where he served as a varsity assistant for three seasons before becoming the girls’ varsity head coach for two seasons. He helped lead the Spartans to the 42nd District title in 1997. Coach Travillian then served as an assistant for Kentucky High School Hall-of-Fame coach Kirk Chiles at Henry Clay High School. Following a move “back home” to the Chicago land area, Travillian took the reins of the girls’ varsity basketball program at Downers Grove North High School. In his first season, he lead the team to a fourteen-game turnaround and their first-ever appearance in both the Chicago SunTimes and Daily Herald’s Top 20 rankings. His Trojans were among the top defensive teams in the area, holding opponents to under 36 points per game while forcing close to 20 turnovers per game. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Travillian serves the College as MC’s Compliance Coordinator. Coach Travillian, his wife Katy, and son Grant reside in Maryville.

Amber Lee

Assistant Basketball Coach Amber Lee is a former resident of her hometown Rome, GA. Amber attended Chestatee High School in Gainesville, Georgia for a year and a half, but moved back to her hometown and graduated from Armuchee High School. While in high school, she participated in many clubs such as the National Honor Society and Student Council. She also played Basketball, Golf, Softball and Track throughout her high school career. Amber is an alumnus of Maryville College where she earned her degree in Physical Education in 2009. Amber’s coaching career started shortly after graduating in 2009. Amber served under Head Coach Stephanie Dunn as a volunteer assistant at Berry College. She is eager to serve as assistant coach at her Alma Mater under Darrin Travillian, and continue the Lady Scots tradition of success on and off the court. In addition to her assistant coaching duties, Amber serves Maryville College as a game event manager for football, soccer, and volleyball. 2012-2013 will be Coach Lee’s third year on staff with the Scots. Her players laude her enthusiasm and ability to push each individual to give their best daily. In addition to her assistant coaching duties, Amber serves Maryville College as a game event manager for football, soccer, and volleyball. 2

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Welcome to the USA South Athletic Conference USA SOUTH ATHLETIC HISTORY Established in 1963 as the Dixie Conference. They were originally a member of the NAIA and operated under the viewpoint of college athletes being amateurs and therefore not providing financial aid or scholarships for athletes. When the NCAA restructured itself into 3 separate divisions the Dixie Conference joined division 3 and continued its stance on no athletic scholarships. On June 30, 2003 the Dixie Conference was renamed the USA South Conference.

About The USA South Athletic Conference Current Members are: Averett University, Christopher Newport University, Ferrum College, Greensboro College, LaGrange College, Mary Baldwin College, Maryville College, Meredith College, Methodist University, NC Wesleyan College, Piedmont College, William Peace University, Agnes Scott College (Women’s Lacrosse only) Former Members are: Chowan University, College of Charleston, Lynchburg College, Shenandoah University, St. Andrews Presbyterian University, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Virginia Wesleyan College Future Members are: Covenant College, Huntingdon College

Message from the President Dr. Tom bogart President Maryville College The Maryville College Statement of Purpose states that we “prepare students for a world of uncertainty and accelerating change” and I made that phrase the theme of my inaugural address during my first year as president. Now in my third year, we have joined a new athletic conference with the chance to both continue previous rivalries and develop new rivalries. The membership in this athletic conference will change again next year. A world of uncertainty and accelerating change indeed. Just as it always has, our basketball program provides the chance for students to excel outside of the classroom as a complement to their rigorous academic experience. It also gives the entire community a rallying point, cheering for the team regardless of the score. Our ideals of community are expressed in our Covenant engraved on the Covenant Stone outside Anderson Hall: Scholarship, Respect, and Integrity. I can think of no better way to describe our aspirations for the basketball program than as an expression of those high ideals.

Although we live in a world of uncertainty and change, the Maryville College tradition continues. I look forward to seeing you at the games where you can tell me about your experiences in the past and we can make new memories for the future.

Dr. Tom Bogart

President, Maryville College

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Seniors

Ashleigh elliot #24 Hometown: Seymour, TN High School: Seymour Major: Mathmatics and Statistics Parents: Richard Elliot and Lori Branam Her favorite book is 50 Shades of Grey and her favorite food is steak. Her most memorable basketball moment is winning the Great South Tournament and advancing to the National tournament this past season. Travillian on Ashleigh Elliot: “Ashley is poised to provide another season of great shooting from beyond the arc. After recovering from a season ending knee injury her freshmen season, Ashleigh has improved her ability to get to the rim and make plays for her teammates. We are counting on her to provide great depth and leadership at the point guard position in her final season.”

Tara Heyboer #23 Hometown: Loudon, TN High School: Loudon Major: Physical Education Parent: Timothy and Patricia Maynard Her favorite food is Chicken Fajita Nachos and her favorite movie is “I Love You Man.” Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the people. Travillian on Janell Menard: “Janell has been an All-Conference player the past two years and we are looking forward to another outstanding season from this all-around threat. She has provided great leadership for our team as a captain. With her explosive first step, an automatic mid-range jumper, and playmaking ability, we expect Janell to be among the best players in the South.”

Janell Menard #11 Hometown: Loudon, TN High School: Loudon Major: Exercise Science Parent: Timothy and Patricia Maynard Her favorite food is Chicken Fajita Nachos and her favorite movie is “I Love You Man.” Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the people. Travillian on Janell Menard: “Janell has been an All-Conference player the past two years and we are looking forward to another outstanding season from this all-around threat. She has provided great leadership for our team as a captain. With her explosive first step, an automatic mid-range jumper, and playmaking ability, we expect Janell to be among the best players in the South.”

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Seniors

Kiera Payne #14 Hometown: Chattanooga, TN High School: Baylor Major: Childhood Development Parent: John and Shelly Hardy and Fred Payne Her favorite food is Pizza Hut breadsticks and her favorite movie is “Love and Basketball.” Her most memorable basketball moment was winning the Great South Athletic Conference championship for the last time. Travillian on Kiera Payne: “Kiera is poised to have another solid season. She is a dynamic threat on both the offensive and defensive ends. She has the ability to both start and finish the break, which should make her an even tougher matchup for opponents. We are excited about Kiera and the growth she has made. She should be fun to watch in her final season for us.”

Donja Robbins #21 Hometown: Oneida, TN High School: Oneida Major: Exercise Science Parent: James and Sadonna Robbins Her favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” and her favorite books are the Hunger Games trilogy. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the beautiful campus. Travillian on Donja Robbins: “Donja missed her freshmen season due to a knee injury, and was also sidelined for much of her sophomore season due to injury as well. She has worked hard to get back, and last season contributed big minutes to our team. This season, with her touch around the basket and on the perimeter, we hope for strong senior season.”

Tayler Smith # 42 Hometown: Crossville, TN High School: Stone Memorial Major: Exercise Science Parent: Ron and Tafonda Smith Her favorite book is The Hunger Games and her favorite movie is “Bridesmaids.” Her most memorable basketball moment is Coach T dancing after a big win. Travillian on Tayler Smith: “Tayler came on strong for our team last season. She finished with the best field goal percentage in the Great South Athletic Conference and was also selected to the GSAC All-Conference first team for the second year in a row. Moving into her senior season, Tayler hs been selected as a captain becasue of her ability to lead on and off the court. We are excited about her ability to make plays in the front of our press, on the defensive end, and inside-out on the offensive end. We are looking for Tayler to have another strong year.” Maryville College Basketball | 2012-13

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Juniors/Sophomores

Lauren Burnett #22 Hometown: Maryville, TN High School: Heritage Major: Accounting and Finance Parent: Raymond and Amy Burnett Her favorite food is Mexican food from El Jimador and her favorite book is Redeeming Love. Her most memorable basketball moment is the way it felt to win the Great South Athletic Conference championship at LaGrange last season. Travillian on Lauren Burnett: “Lauren provided great leadership and poise by stepping into the starting point guard role this past season. She also snagged a spot on the Great South Athletic Conference All-Conference team. With her jump shot and experience from last year, we look for Lauren to be a consistent contributor and be an impact player this season.”

Lailah Farmer #12 Hometown: Clinton, TN High School: Clinton Major: Biochemistry and Exercise Science Parent: Joe and Lily Farmer Her favorite book is The Time Traveler’s Wife, and her favorite movie is “Easy A.” Her favorite thing about Maryville College is that it’s like a second home. Travillian on Lailah Farmer: “Lailah finished her sophomore season amongst the top performers in the nation in assists per games. Last year she was sidelined by a season ending knee injury. With a season to watch and learn from a different perspective, we are looking for Lailah to bounce back and continue providing leadership and playmaking this season.”

Alex Bond #3 Hometown: Oneida, TN High School: Oneida Major: Psychology Parent: Brett and Joyce Bond Her favorite movie is “Captain America” her favorite book is The Hunger Games series. Her most memorable basketball moment is winning the Great South Athletic Conference tournament and going to the national tournament this past season. Travillian on Alex Bond: “Alex has the ability to finish at the rim or to knock down jumpers from the perimeter. This past season she contributed right away and provided big minutes in the conference finals for us. We look to Alex to improve on last year and become a consistent contributor from the perimeter this season.”

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Sophomores

Lauren Trent #13 Hometown: Knoxville, TN High School: Hardin Valley Major: Secondary Education Parent: Danny and Karen Trent Her favorite is mashed potatoes and her favorite book is Reach for the Summit. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the small community atmosphere. Travillian on Lauren Trent: “Lauren offers our team another weapon with her long- range shooting. Her versatility in the backcourt will give our team depth, as well as another scoring option this season. With a year of experience, we look for Lauren to continue to develop and become a consistent scoring threat from deep.”

Shay Anderson #20 Hometown: Huntsville,TN High School: Scott County Major: Pre-Medicine Parent: Kevin Anderson and Durenda Hutson Her favorite food is pasta and her favorite movies are “Love and Basketball” and “Coach Carter.” Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the basketball team. Travillian on Shay Anderson: “Shay has a well-rounded game, as she gets to the rim effectively and can knock down shots from the perimeter. She also brings intensity to the defensive end with her willingness to take a charge. Shay will have the chance to compete for minutes at the two and three positions this fall.”

Kelsey Brown # 45 Hometown: Knoxville, TN High School: Christian Academy of Knoxville Major: Public Relations Parent: Marty and Ann Brown Her favorite movie is “Hoosiers” and her favorite book is Jesus Calling. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the community- everyone knows everybody. Travillian on Kelsey Brown: “Kelsey has a knack for rebounding on both ends of the floor and she has improved her ability to block shots. She has great size and is very athletic. As a result of these attributes, Kelsey will continue to provide great post play for us this season.”

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Freshman

Mackenzie Puckett #10 Hometown: Franklin, TN High School: Franklin Major: Undecided Parent: Mike and Carol Puckett Her favorite food is fried chicken and her favorite book is Redeeming Love. Mackenzie’s most memorable basketball moment was scoring her 1000th career point in high school. Travillian on Mackenzie Puckett: “Mackenzie has the ability to create her own shot and to facilitate to others. She can defend multiple positions, rebound in traffic, and put the ball in the hoop from inside and outside. As a result of these attributes, Mackenzie has an opportunity to contribute to our team immediately.”

Danielle Newton #23 Hometown: Chattanooga, TN High School: East Hamilton Major: Physcial Therapy Parent: Tracy and Ruthie Brown Her favorite food is pasta and her favorite movie is “Wedding Crashers.” Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the beautiful campus. Travillian on Danielle Newton: “Danielle will provide depth at the two and three guard positions with her ability to knock down open shots and finish around the basket. She is also a willing passer, which certainly fits within our style of play. With time, Danielle should contribute to our backcourt and become a solid part of our attack.”

Jordan Ballard #30 Hometown: Seymour, TN High School: Seymour Major: Pre-Medicine Parent: Matt and Michele Ballard Her favorite food is her dad’s cheeseburgers. and her favorite movie is “Titanic.” Jordan’s favorite thing about Maryville College is how welcoming the upperclassmen are to the freshmen. They make you feel at home and a part of the team. Travillian on Jordan Ballard: “Jordan is a combo guard, who thrives on the defensive end and in transition. Her ability to knock down jump shots and get to the rim makes her a very difficult player to defend. She is a great asset to our team and will have the chance to compete for minutes in our backcourt this fall.”

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Freshman

Lauren Ruehlen #32 Hometown: Woodbury, TN High School: Cannon County Major: Exercise Science Parents: Danny and Kristy Ruehlen Her favorite food is pizza, and her favorite movie is “Love and Basketball.” Lauren’s favorite basketball moment is playing in the state tournament during her senior year of high school. Travillian on Lauren Ruehlen: “Lauren is an excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor and has a nice touch around the basket. She spent last season rehabbing her injured knee and getting acclimated to college life, but this season she will add a great deal to our front court this season.”

Katie wheeler #34 Hometown: Frendsville, TN High School: William Blount Major: Psychology Parent: Janice Hall Katie is the daughter of Janice Hall. Her favorite food is hot dogs and her favorite book is The Bible. Katie’s favorite thing about Maryville College is that it is close to home. Travillian on Katie Wheeler: “Katie is a hard worker and is tenacious on the defensive end. These are attributes that will serve her well in our system. Katie is also a capable scorer from the perimeter and the inside. Although she has spent a great deal of time in the post, she will fit in well on the perimeter for us this season”

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MC Athletic Department Athletic Director Kandis Schram......... 865-981-8290 kandis.schram@maryvillecollege.edu Senior Woman Administration Sharon Wood........... 865-981-8389 sharon.wood@maryvillecollege.edu Faculty Athletics Representative Scott Steele............. 865-981-8077 scott.steele@maryvillecollege.edu Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Eric Etchison . ......... 865-981-8283 ................................ 865-850-8103 eric.etchison@maryvillecollege.edu Athletics Office Manager Lori Christopher...... 865-981-8280 lori.christopher@maryvillecollege.edu Athletic Training Staff Sharon Wood........... 865-981-8389 sharon.wood@maryvillecollege.edu

jon.baker@maryvillecollege.edu Softball Kim Woodard.......... 865-981-8228 kim.woodard@maryvillecollege.edu Tennis Deidra Dunn............ 865-981-8229 deidra.dunn@maryvillecollege.edu Millicent Dunn......... 865-981-8229 millicent.dunn@maryvillecollege.edu Volleyball Kandis Schram . ...... 865-981-8290 kandis.schram@maryvillecollege.edu

KAndis Schram

SHARON WOOD

Jesse Zabal.............. 865-981-8390 jesse.zabal@maryvillecollege.edu Women’s Basketball Darrin Travillian........ 865-981-8291 darrin.travillian@maryvillecollege.edu Amber Lee............... 865-981-8288 amber.lee@maryvillecollege.edu

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Lori Christopher

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ERIC ETCHISON

Baseball Paul Henry............... 865-981-8296 paul.henry@maryvillecollege.edu Joey McCown.......... 865-981-8296 joey.mccown@maryvillecollege.edu Cross Country Tyson Murphy.......... 865-981-8208 tyson.murphy@maryvillecollege.edu Football Mike Rader.............. 865-981-8282 mike.rader@maryvillecollege.edu

Mike Rader

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randy lambert

darrin travillian

Scott Brumett.......... 865-981-8281 scott.brumett@maryvillecollege.edu Shaun Hayes............ 865-981-8293 shaun.hayes@maryvillecollege.edu Teddy Gaines........... 865-981-8292 teddy.gaines@maryvillecollege.edu Philip Bailey............. 865-981-8293 philip.bailey@maryvillecollege.edu Golf Ron Waters.............. 865-254-9083 ron.waters@maryvillecollege.edu

kim woodard

Men’s Basketball Randy Lambert........ 865-981-8287 randy.lambert@maryvillecollege.edu

ron waters

Paul henry

Alex Bowers............ 965-981-8288 alex.bowers@maryvillecollege.edu Raul Placeres........... 965-981-8288 raul.placeres@maryvillecollege.edu Soccer Pepe Fernandez...... 865-981-8284 pepe.fernandez@maryvillecollege.edu Jon Baker................ 865-981-8294 10

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Maryville College Women’s Basketball History GSAC Tournament Champions 2000-2001

2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2008-2009 2009-2010 2011-2012

NCAA Tournament Appearances 88-89 00-01

89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 99-00

01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 08-09 09-10 11-12

All-Americans

1993 1994 1995 1996 2001 2004 2009 2010

Leah Onks Leah Onks Jamie Parrott Jamie Parrott Hayley Smith Hayley Smith Natalie Munday Alison Harmon

GSAC Player of the year

2002-2003 2003-2004 2006-2007 2008-2009 2009-2010

Hayley Smith Hayley Smith Summer Dalton Natalie Munday Alison Harmon

Year

Record Coach

1984-1985 7-13 1985-1986 1-22 1986-1987 1-24 1987-1988 15-12 1988-1989 20-5 1989-1990 22-4 1990-1991 24-6 1991-1992 24-4 1992-1993 24-4 1993-1994 23-4 1994-1995 23-5 1995-1996 19-6 1996-1997 14-11 1997-1998 12-13 1998-1999 19-6 1999-2000 20-6 2000-2001 21-4 2001-2002 20-8 23-6 2002-2003 2003-2004 22-7 2004-2005 19-9 2005-2006 23-7 2006-2007 23-5 15-12 2007-2008 19-9 2008-2009 22-6 2009-2010 21-5 2010-2011 21-7 2011-2012 Program History (28)

Sharon Arrington Sharon Arrington Sharon Arrington Wes Moore Wes Moore Wes Moore Wes Moore Wes Moore Wes Moore Kelli Casteel Cook Kelli Casteel Cook Kelli Casteel Cook Kelli Casteel Cook Kelli Casteel Cook Dean Walsh Dean Walsh Dean Walsh Dee Bell Dee Bell Dee Bell Dee Bell Dee Bell Jeff Pardue Jeff Pardue Todd Wright Todd Wright Darrin Travillian Darrin Travillian 471-230 (.672)

Coaching Career Numbers (Most Wins) Wes More (6) Dee Bell (5) Dean Walsh (3) Kelli Casteel Cook (5) Darrin Travillian (2) Todd Wright (2) Jeff Pardue (2) Sharon Arrington (3)

129-35 (.787) 107-37 (.743) 60-16 (.789) 45-39 (.536) 42-12 (.777) 41-15 (.732) 38-17 (.691) 9-59 (.132)

Coaching Career Numbers (Winning Percentage) Dean Walsh (3) Wes More (6) Darrin Travillian (2) Dee Bell (5) Todd Wright (2) Jeff Pardue (2) Kelli Casteel Cook (5) Sharon Arrington (3)

60-16 (.789) 129-35 (.787) 42-12 (.777) 107-37 (.743) 41-15 (.732) 38-17 (.691) 45-39 (.536) 9-59 (.132)

Maryville College Basketball the past 25 seasons Women’s Basketball Success over past 25 years •

Great South Athletic Conference Tournament Champions (8)

NCAA Tournament Appearances (18)

GSAC Players of the Year (5)

All-Americans (8)

633 Games Played (462-171)

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M ARY V I LLE COL L EGE

schedule November Country Hearth Inn/Famous Recipe Classic Nov. 16 Centre 7:00 p.m. Danville, KY Nov. 17 Thomas More 1:00 p.m. Danville, KY Nov. 26 Birmingham So. 6:00 p.m. Maryville, TN

December Dec. 1 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 Dec. 15

William Peace Covenant Emory Meredith

Noon Maryville, TN 6:00 p.m. Maryville, TN 3:00 p.m. Maryville, TN 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Dec. 28 Mississippi Col. Noon Montgomery, AL Dec. 29 Millsaps 6:00 p.m. Montgomery, AL

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January

Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 25 Jan. 26

Piedmont 5:30 p.m. Demorest, GA 4:00 p.m. LaGrange, GA LaGrange 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN Greensboro 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN Methodist Ferrum 6:00 p.m. Maryville, TN N.C. Wesleyan 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN Chris. Newport 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN Mary Baldwin 7:00 p.m. Staunton, VA 2:00 p.m. Danville, VA Averett

February Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 17

Meredith William Peace Ferrum Piedmont LaGrange Greensboro Methodist

20122013

2:00 p.m. Raleigh, NC 2:00 p.m. Raleigh, NC 7:00 p.m. Ferrum, VA 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN 2:00 p.m. Maryville, TN 2:00 p.m. Greensboro, NC 2:00 p.m. Fayetteville, NC

2012-2013 Maryville College Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2012-2013 Maryville College Women's Basketball Media Guide

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