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Front Row (Sitting) L-R: Mallory Kirkland, Kiera Payne, Janell Menard, Paige Sevier, Alexis Rouvelas, Ashleigh Elliot, Lailah Farmer, Janean Strobert Back Row (Standing) L-R Coach Darrin Travillian, Coach Amber Lee, Lauren Burnett, CJ Dake, Tayler Smith, Whitney Mitchell, Tara Heyboer, Donja Robbins, Coach Natalie Munday

NO. 3 10 11 12 13 20 21 22 23 24 30 32 33 42

NAME Alexis Rouvelas Janean Strobert Janell Menard Lailah Farmer Paige Sevier Kiera Payne Donja Robbins Lauren Burnett Tara Heyboer Ashleigh Elliot Mallory Kirkland Whitney Mitchell CJ Dake Tayler Smith

POS Guard Point Guard Guard Point Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard Forward Forward Forward

HT. 5’8 5’7 5’9 5’4 5’10 5’9 5’7 5’7 5’9 5’4 5’8 6’0 5’9 5’10

CL. Sr Jr So So Sr So So Fr So So Fr So Jr So

HOMETOWN(PREV. SCHOOL) Madisonville, TN (Sequoyah) Savannah, GA (South Georgia Technical College) Loudon, TN (Loudon) Clinton, TN (Clinton) Carthage, TN (Roane State CC) Chattanooga, TN (Baylor) Onieda, TN (Oneida) Maryville (Heritage) Seymour, TN (Seymour) Seymour, TN (Seymour) Grant, AL (DAR) Franklin, TN (Lee University) Knoxville, TN (Birmingham Southern) Crossville, TN (Stone Memorial)


2010-11 Outlook WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Maryville College Fighting Scots Season Preview 2010-11

Head Coach Darrin Travillian has seen his Scots post a 41-15 mark during his first two seasons with MC as an assistant. He helped Maryville to a 26-1 record within Great South challenges the past two campaigns. Following a run through the Great South Athletic Conference to claim the regular season title, a pair of wins in the GSAC Tournament earned MC their 7th conference title last season. The title earned MC their 17th trip to the NCAA Division III post-season tournament, their second since 2006. The Scots have a tough task to replace a three-year starter and national leader in assists at the point guard position. Lailah Farmer will bring her energy, speed, court vision and leadership to the position where she averaged five points and four assists per game as a freshman. Ashley Elliot, returning from an injury last season, will also be looked at to direct MC’s dribblen-drive offense. “Ashley is a knock down shooter from beyond the arc,” stated Coach Travillian. This pair of playmakers will be a key factor in MC’s offensive efficiency this season. On the perimeter will be sophomore Janell Menard. Janell has a mid-range game that should earn her conference, regional, and national accolades for years to come. Senior Paige Sevier is one of the best three-point shooters on the NCAA Division III level. Sevier averaged 9.6 points a game last year while hitting 45% (56-for-123) of her treys. Senior Alexis Rouvelas, a team captain, has transformed her game to be a complete player. Her 9.1 points a game and four rebounds a contest helped her earn All-GSAC honors as a junior. CJ Dake and Kiera Payne will excel at the forward/ guard position. CJ is an outstanding passer and rebounder that can lock-down any opponent’s top scorer with her defensive intensity. Each of these contributors are tireless workers at each end of the court and their hustle is contagious. They are noted for their defense, but each has numerous offensive skills to take the ball to the hoop. Maryville has produced back-to-back GSAC Players of the Year and All-Americans in the post, both directed by Travillian. MC will look to replace Alison Harmon’s 12.6 points and 5.9 rebounds a game with sophomore Tayler Smith and transfer Whitney Mitchell. They may not

have the physical presence that their predecessor possessed, but the long and athletic duo can play solid defense in the paint and score with their back to the basket. Key newcomers to MC’s lineup will be freshman Lauren Burnett and sophomore Tara Heyboer. Burnett has exceptional shooting skills including a high percentage mid-range jumper. Heyboer, a former GSAC Freshman of the Year, returns from a knee injury and has the ability to score inside and outside for the Scots. The Scots took on a challenging non-conference schedule before finishing with a pair of 8-game winning streaks heading into the NCAA Tournament. Coach Travillian will challenge his squad with a very competitive list of opponents. A strong non-conference schedule featuring NCAA Division III teams such as Centre, Greensboro, Emory, Oglethorpe, Wartburg and Berry as well as NCAA Division II rival Carson Newman, will allow Coach Travillian and his staff to push their program toward regional and national prominence while preparing his Scots for another league title and post season appearance. “I’m thrilled and humbled to have the privilege to coach this outstanding group,” stated Coach Travillian. “It might take some time to establish roles and develop continuity, but I think we have the depth and athleticism to apply pressure on the ball and to get out in the passing lanes to trigger our offensive attack. Once we gel on both ends of the floor, this team will be fun to watch as they share the ball well, shoot it well, and thrive on getting up and down the floor.”





President DR. TOM BOGART President, Maryville College

The 2010-11 academic year is my first at Maryville College. It has already been a rewarding time as I have begun to work alongside the faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other friends of the college. As a candidate for president, I was often asked about my management style. My reply evoked the metaphor of a coach. A good coach recruits outstanding players, puts them in positions where they can be successful, and helps them work together towards a common goal. This metaphor was not invented; rather it reflects my college experience as a member of the soccer team. Because my approach to professional life is strongly influenced by my experience as a student-athlete, I’m especially excited

to join the Scots this year. At Maryville College, we work to develop the whole person. Our basketball program provides the chance for students to excel out of the classroom to complement their rigorous curricular experience. It also gives the entire community a rallying point, cheering for the team regardless of the outcome on the court. Our ideals of community are expressed in the Covenant: Scholarship, Respect, and Integrity. I can think of no better way to describe our aspirations for our basketball program than as an expression of those high ideals. I look forward to seeing you at the games, where you can tell me about our wonderful traditions and we can make new memories for the future.

Dr. Tom Bogart President, Maryville College


Head Women’s Basketball Coach Darrin Travillian was named the Head Women’s basketball coach during the summer of 2010. Darrin finished his second season in 2009-10 as a member of the Lady Scots coaching staff. He 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 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. 2


Following a move “back home” to the Chicagoland area, Travillian took the reigns 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 the director of the Athletic Mentoring Experience. Coach Travillian, his wife Katy, and son Grant reside in Maryville.


MC Coaching Staff AMBER LEE

Assistant 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 the Student Athlete Advisory Committee’s (SAAC) Advisor.

NATALIE MUNDAY Volunteer Coach

Natalie Munday, a former 2008-2009 MC All-American standout, returns to the Lady Scots for her second year as a volunteer coach. While her presence will be limited due to her full-time status at the University of Tennessee, her skill and knowledge will be valuable. This two-time All-Great South performer and 2008-2009 GSAC Player of the Year will spend her days studying within the Master of Business Administration program at UT and during the evenings she will aid in the development of the young Lady Scots’ post players. Her guidance was a key factor in the development of 20092010 MC All-American Alison Harmon.

MC Support Staff KANDIS SCHRAM Athletics Director Head Volleyball Coach

Kandis Schram began her tenure as Maryville College’s Athletics Director in the spring of 2008. The 1985 alumna of Maryville College is the first female director of athletics in the school’s 134 year athletic history. Kandis just completed her 25th season as the Scots Head Volleyball Coach in 2009. Coach Schram has an impressive winning percentage of over 65%.She has collected over 590 victories during her career. She has led the volleyball program to seven NCAA National Tournament appearances, two WIAC Conference Championships, seven Great South Athletic Conference regular season titles, and eight GSAC Conference Tournament crowns. She has received many accolades as a coach and a player. Over the past 25 years, she has been honored many times by her peers; receiving the South Region Tachikara Coach of the Year in 1989, and the Great South Conference Coach of the Year in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2009. She was inducted into the Maryville College Wall of Fame in October of 2006. She has served on many NCAA committees. Coach Schram is a committed coach, as well as a leader in the community. Keeping memberships in the Kiwanis Club of Alcoa, New Providence Church, Blount Memorial Auxiliary, and many other service organizations keeps her quite busy.

SHARON WOOD, MS, ATC, EMT-IV, Head Athletic Trainer

Sharon Wood serves Maryville College as the head athletic trainer for the Scots’ 350 student-athletes. She enters the 2010-11 season with 24 years of service to Maryville College and surrounding community. Wood graduated from Maryville College in 1983 with a degree in physical education and later earned a master’s degree in exercise physiology from the University of Tennessee. She is licensed in Tennessee as an Athletic Trainer and Emergency Medical Technician-IV and is widely recognized as one of the best in her field. In 1998, the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society chose her as the “College Athletic Trainer of the Year.” In 1999, she was named “Outstanding Administrator at Maryville College.” The following year, Sharon was inducted into Maryville’s Athletic Wall of Fame.




Director of Sports Marketing & Information The 2010-11 academic year marks the 19th year for Eric Etchison as an athletic staff member at Maryville College, his 10th season as the Scots’ Director of Sports Information. Etchison has assisted in the administration of more than 30 NCAA tournament events. As an NCAA liaison, he helped direct four NCAA Division III baseball regional tournaments and four national NCAA baseball championships. As a sports information director, he has assisted in the success of four NCAA Division III soccer regionals, 10 NCAA Division III men’s basketball regionals, and 11 NCAA Division III women’s basketball regionals. Etchison has been instrumental in the development of the Scots Broadcasting Network and their partnership with He has been the main force behind the implementation of new technology into the MC athletic department. For his efforts, he was named the recipient of the 2008-2009 Sharon A. Murphy Crane Distinguished Service Award from the College.

Etchison ended his collegiate coaching career in 2006, after guiding the Scots diamondmen for 14 successful seasons. His 280 career victories rank him second on MC’s career coaching victory list. He served the NCAA Division III on the Baseball Committee from 2001-2005; serving as the national chair from 2003-2005. He represented the ABCA on the All-American Committee from 2001-2006. He presently serves collegiate baseball on the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee for all divisions. Etchison was inducted into the Maryville College Wall of Fame in 2010 in recognition of his outstanding contributions as a student-athlete, baseball coach, and athletic administrator. Etchison received his bachelor’s degree from Maryville College in 1988 and his master’s degree in sports administration from the United States Sports Academy in 1991. Teaching athletic administration and orientation classes, Etchison also serves the College as an adjunct faculty member. Eric is married to MC alum Bonnie Bouch ’87 and they have a 16-year old daughter DeAnna.

I came to Maryville because I knew the education I received would present great opportunities in my future. I also hoped that the demands of being a student-athlete would build my character and prepare me

for the challenges of life after college.

Rachel Draper ’10 Physical Education Knoxville, Tennessee





ALEXIS ROUVELAS 3 5’8”, GUARD HOMETOWN: Madisonville, TN Alexis is the daughter of Tony and Lisa Rouvelas. Her favorite food is chicken alfredo and her favorite movie is “Iron Man”. Her most memorable basketball moment was competing with Washington University, the eventual national champions, in the first round of the NCAA tournament last year. Travillian on Alexis Rouvelas: “Lex has transformed her game and become a complete threat on both ends of the floor. She worked tirelessly this summer on getting stronger, quicker, and tougher around the basket. We are thrilled with her improvements from the perimeter and in her decision making. She has also accepted a leadership role as one of our captain, and there is no question she is pushing this team for her final season.”


PAIGE SEVIER 13 5’10”, FORWARD HOMETOWN: Carthage, TN Paige is the daughter of Lucinda Johnson. Her favorite food is chicken and her favorite book is “Twilight”. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is her teammates. Travillian on Paige Sevier: “It is common knowledge that Paige is one of the best threepoint shooters in all of Division III basketball. What we are all also learning is that she also has an excellent back-to-the-basket game to complement her perimeter skills. We are counting on both of these attributes as Paige looks to assume an even larger role in our offensive system this season.”






Janean is the daughter of Joe Strobert Jr. and Shirley Phillips. Her favorite movie is the “Collection of Rocky” and her favorite food is hot wings. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the family environment. Travillian on Janean Strobert: “Janean comes to us from South Georgia Technical College, where she contributed to a conference championship. Janean has a true passion for the game, which drives her to compete. We are looking for Janean to provide additional depth at the point guard position and a defensive presence.”



Cathryn Jayne is the daughter of Jayne Dake. Her favorite book is “Mere Christianity” and her favorite food is Fuji’s. Her most memorable moment was her senior night in high school when her father escorted her to center court despite being in the middle of his battle with cancer. Travillian on CJ Dake: “We named CJ a captain this season because she is a relentless worker and a stabilizing presence on the floor. She grabs big rebounds, defends multiple positions, and has a knack for making big plays on the offensive end. CJ is also an excellent passer, which is just a reflection of her selflessness.”

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Janell is the daughter of Timothy and Patricia Maynard. Her favorite food is anything from Alexis’ parents restaurant and her favorite movie is “I Love You Man”. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is Pearsons’ unlimited food. Travillian on Janell Menard: “An All-freshmen player last year, we are looking forward to another outstanding season from this all-around threat. With her explosive first step, deep shooting range, and playmaking ability, we expect Janell to be among the best players in the South. Her tireless work ethic and passion for the game truly make her a special player.”



Lailah is the daughter of Joe and Lily Farmer. Her favorite book is “The Lost Symbol” and her favorite movie is “The Illusionist”. Her most memorable basketball moment was scoring her 1000th point in her high school career. Travillian on Lailah Farmer: “Lailah provided an instant spark every time she stepped on the floor last season. This year, we look for her to contribute even more from the point guard position in terms of leadership and playmaking. We are also looking for Lailah to provide defensive pressure on our opponents’ point guards, while disrupting their offensive attack.”



Kiera is the daughter of John & Shelly Hardy and Fred Payne. Her favorite book is “A Child Called IT” and her favorite movie is “Love and Basketball”. Her most memorable basketball moment was winning the Great South Athletic Conference championship last year. Travillian on Kiera Payne: “Kiera will be counted on to be an impact player for us this season. She has the ability to both start and finish the break, and we certainly look for her to do both. Kiera should also be a major contributor on the boards on both ends. She has spent some time working on her jumper, which should make her an even tougher matchup for opponents.”



Donja is the daughter of James and Sadonna Robbins. Her favorite food is Japanese and her favorite book is “Twilight”. Her most memorable basketball moment was winning the district tournament in high school. Travillian on Donja Robbins: “Donja missed last season due to a knee injury, and we are all anxious to have her out on the floor. She has worked hard to get back, and her efforts are paying dividends. We look for Donja to contribute at the three and the four because of her touch around the basket and out on the perimeter.” MARYVILLE COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL | 2010-11





Tara is the daughter of Ron and Janice Heyboer. Her favorite magazine is “Sports Illustrated” and her favorite movie is “Forever Strong”. Her most memorable moment was in the NCAA tournament against Oglethorpe University her freshmen year. Travillian on Tara Heyboer: “Tara returns this year after being sidelined last season by a knee injury. We hope she can progress through her rehabilitation and return to the inside-outside threat that made her an All-freshmen selection in the GSAC. When she does return to full strength, we are counting on her to contribute on both ends of the floor.”



Ashleigh is the daughter of Richard Elliot and Lori Branam. Her favorite book is “The Last Song” and her favorite food is Pearsons’ chicken alfredo. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is her teammates. Travillian on Ashleigh Elliott: “Ashleigh missed last season due to a knee injury, but she has come back better than ever. Her relentless work in rehab is a testament to her desire to play at this level. Already an excellent shooter, Ashleigh has improved her ability to get to the rim and make plays for her teammates. We are counting on her to provide depth at the point guard position this season.”



Whitney is the daughter of Curt and Laura Mitchell. Her favorite movie is “He’s Just Not That Into You” and her favorite food is pizza. Her most memorable basketball moment was her freshmen year of high school basketball because it was the only year she was able to play with her sister. Travillian on Whitney Mitchell: “Whitney comes to us from Lee University, and we are thrilled to have her. She is an excellent defender, who can block shots, alter shots, and take a charge. She is also an excellent rebounder on both ends of the floor. We have all been excited to see her run the floor and make plays in the post. She should have an immediate impact this season at the 5 spot.”



Tayler is the daughter of Ron and Tafonda Smith. Her favorite book is “Dear John” and her favorite food is steak. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is that you get the opportunity to get to know a lot of different people. Travillian on Tayler Smith: “Tayler really came on during the latter part of last season, and we are counting on more of that this year. She has unmatched athleticism at the post, and she has the ability to make plays facing the rim and off the dribble. We are also excited about her ability to make plays on the defensive end and on the boards. We are looking for Tayler to have a breakout season in 2010-2011.” 8





Lauren is the daughter of Raymond and Amy Burnett. Her favorite movie is “The Notebook” and her favorite book is “The Bible”. Her most memorable basketball moment is playing in the final four of AAU nationals. Travillian on Lauren Burnett: “We are thrilled to have this outstanding shooter and local product playing with us this season. Lauren has great range on her jumper, and she features an impressive midrange game as well. Lauren should challenge for impact minutes at the 2 this season.”



Mallory is the daughter of Dr. Barry and Dr. Beverly Kirkland. Her favorite book is “Little Women” and her favorite movie is “Slumdog Millionaire”. Her favorite thing about Maryville College is the great education that is provided. Travillian on Mallory Kirkland: “Mallory is an excellent athlete, who is also playing golf for Maryville College. She is a hard worker with a nice first step to the basket. Mallory will have a chance to compete at the both the 2 and the 3 positions.”







The purpose of the Great South Athletic Conference is to provide an association through which the membership may encourage organized competition in intercollegiate sports. In particular, we recognize athletics as integral to the campus life program of our students and as essential to the total development of our student-athletes. We direct significant institutional resources to our athletic programs to assure that student-athletes have appropriate coaching, facilities, equipment and opportunities for travel to compete against other conference schools. The GSAC is made up of NCAA Division III (full-fledged or provisional status) schools located in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee. To celebrate a full decade of membership, the league unveiled a new logo and identity for the 2010-11 season. The old logo and color scheme served the conference for 10 years (2000-2010).


The Great South Athletic Conference was founded in 1999 as a group of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III member institutions from the Southeast with similar academic and athletic interests. Charter members include Fisk University, LaGrange College, Maryville College, Piedmont College and Stillman College. In 2002, Huntingdon College and women’s colleges Agnes Scott College and Wesleyan College were granted membership. In 2003, Spelman College and Wesleyan College were admitted to the GSAC on a provisional basis and given full membership status in 2005. Salem College, a women’s school in Winston Salem, NC, becomes the conference’s eighth member for the 2009-10 season. Stillman dropped out of the conference following the 200102 season. Fisk University dropped out of the conference following the 2005-06 season. Covenant College, location on top of Lookout Mountain in northwest Georgia, joined the conference in Spring 2010 and began playing in Fall 2010. Covenant is currently completing its requirements for NCAA Division III provisional status.



MC GSAC Players of the Year

MC All-Americans

2002-2003 Hayley Smith

1993 - Leah Onks

2003-2004 Hayley Smith

1995 - Jamie Parrott

2006-2007 Summer Dalton

2001 - Hayley Smith

2008-2009 Natalie Munday 2009-2010 Alison Harmon

1994 - Leah Onks

1996 - Jamie Parrott

2004 - Hayley Smith 2009 - Natalie Munday 2010 - Alison Harmon


2010 - Conference releases new logo and identity to celebrate completion of first decade of existence. 2010 - Admitted Covenant College. 2009 - Admitted Salem College. 2003 - Admitted Spelman College and Wesleyan College. 2002 - Admitted Agnes Scott College and Huntingdon College. 2000 - First year with charter members Fisk University, LaGrange College, Maryville College, Piedmont College, Stillman College.

FORMER GSAC MEMBERS Stillman College (2000-2002) Fisk University (2000-2006)

Great South Athletic Conference MC All-Great South Performers 2000-2010 2002-2003..........Hayley Smith Dana Duncan Marquita Porter 2003-2004..........Hayley Smith Michelle Carter Charise Bain 2004-2005..........Charise Bain Melissa Uner Laura Merritt 2005-2006..........Andrea Plemons Melissa Uner Natalie Munday 2006-2007..........Summer Dalton Beth Reed 2007-2008..........Natalie Munday Katie Saxe Alison Harmon 2008-2009..........Natalie Munday Jeanna Dalton 2009-2010..........Alicia Brown Alison Harmon Alexis Rouvelas


“In the honor of true sportsmanship, Maryville College, the Great South Athletic Conference, and the NCAA encourage and promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants in a positive manner. Profanity, racial, ethnic, or sexist comments or any other intimidating actions directed at officials, student athletes, coaches, or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition.”

GSAC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ANNUAL TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 2000-01 Maryville College 2001-02 Piedmont College 2002-03 Maryville College 2003-04 Maryville College 2004-05 Maryville College

2005-06 Maryville College 2006-07 Piedmont College 2007-08 Piedmont College 2008-09 Maryville College 2009-10 Maryville College

NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES FOR MARYVILLE COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (17) 1988-1989 1991-1992 1994-1995 2000-2001 2003-2004 2008-2009 1989-1990 1992-1993 1995-1996 2001-2002 2004-2005 2009-2010 1990-1991 1993-1994 1999-2000 2002-2003 2005-2006

2010-11 Cheerleading & Dance Squads << Cheerleaders

Front Row (L-R): Kelly Hertzel, Callie Blackford, Julia Rosa Second Row (kneeling): Marissa Summitt, Kayla Tulloch, Laura Grzyb, Missy Cooper Third Row (standing): Leah Petr, Amanda Spannbauer, Dara Vick, Kaitlin Gentry, Erin Burns Back Row (standing):Coach Millicent Dunn,Chelsea Postlewait, Melanie Kirby, Danielle Nagy, Chelsey Nuchols

Dance Team >>

Top Row Standing (L-R): Coach Jenette Best, Danielle Nagy, Rene Zijlmans, Ally Boling, Sara Jean-Philippe, Coach Michelle Safewright Middle Row:Katie Fair, Mykal Harris, Chelsey Cole, Katy Crockarell Bottom Row: Tori Edmisten, Arron Hagstrom, Courtney Phillips





MC Lady Scots 2009-10 Maryville College Lady Scots Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 12, 2010) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 22-6 14-1 8-5




min avg

03 10 11 12 13 14 20 22 23 24 32 33 42 45 54 54

Alexis Rouvelas Kelsey Hall Janell Menard Lailah Farmer Paige Sevier Kiera Payne Ashley Holder Alicia Brown Tara Heyboer CJ Dake Rachel Draper Alison Harmon Tayler Smith Kayla Anderson Laura Whitehead Kristen Findley Total.......... Opponents......

28-19 6-1 28-28 28-0 23-8 24-0 11-0 28-28 6-0 27-1 28-27 28-28 27-0 9-0 6-0 9-0 28 28

577 68 673 456 488 253 165 739 85 431 545 553 416 69 25 84

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

20.6 11.3 24.0 16.3 21.2 10.5 15.0 26.4 14.2 16.0 19.5 19.8 15.4 7.7 4.2 9.3

5627 5623

MCW 2151 76.8 +16.5 789-1716 .460 194-568 .342 6.9 379-557 .680 13.5 1212 43.3 +7.0 498 17.8 551 19.7 +1.8 0.9 320 11.4 70 2.5 6256 12-521 -

Score by Periods 1st 2nd Maryville College Lady 1058 1082 Opponents 758 912

OT 11 18

HOME 10-2 7-0 3-2

Total 3-Point fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct

88-181 4-18 104-248 43-118 70-156 34-82 21-64 68-176 17-31 40-84 40-102 153-255 80-141 9-20 7-11 11-29

.486 .222 .419 .364 .449 .415 .328 .386 .548 .476 .392 .600 .567 .450 .636 .379 789-1716 .460 592-1722 .344 OPP 1688 60.3 592-1722 .344 194-609 .319 6.9 310-471 .658 11.1 1017 36.3 331 11.8 600 21.4 0.6 271 9.7 65 2.3 3082 11-207 5-160

Totals 2151 1688

19-48 1-9 40-129 14-44 56-123 7-33 0-0 21-72 3-7 5-22 21-59 0-1 5-16 0-0 0-0 2-5 194-568 194-609

.396 .111 .310 .318 .455 .212 .000 .292 .429 .227 .356 .000 .313 .000 .000 .400 .342 .319

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# * * * * * * * * * * * * *

AWAY 9-2 6-1 3-1

F-Throw ft-fta pct

60-95 1-3 34-41 39-51 25-28 14-22 15-23 55-83 5-12 38-49 14-20 48-77 20-37 3-6 6-7 2-3 379-557 310-471 Date 11-15-09 11/18/09 11/23/09 11-24-09 11/29/09 12-2-09 12/5/09 12-12-09 12-16-09 12/29/09 12/30/09 1-3-10 1-6-10 1-14-10 1/16/10 01/18/10 1-23-10 1-26-10 01-31-10 2-1-10 2-6-10 2/10/10 2/13/10 02/17/10 2-20-10 02/26/10 02/27/10 03/05/10


NEUTRAL 3-2 1-0 2-2

Rebounds def tot avg

.632 40 73 .333 1 2 .829 48 51 .765 8 49 .893 17 48 .636 10 62 .652 15 20 .663 13 90 .417 4 24 .776 31 82 .700 22 72 .623 60 105 .541 46 79 .500 2 8 .857 6 8 .667 6 10 .680 371 841 .658 372 645

113 3 99 57 65 72 35 103 28 113 94 165 125 10 14 16 1212 1017

pf dq

4.0 33 0.5 3 3.5 43 2.0 36 2.8 27 3.0 19 3.2 6 3.7 39 4.7 9 4.2 41 3.4 36 5.9 85 4.6 39 1.1 3 2.3 9 1.8 3 43.3 431 36.3 468

Opponent METHODIST UNIVERSITY at Centre College at Oglethorpe at Emory University at Wesleyan College CARSON NEWMAN at Agnes Scott College BERRY COLLEGE GREENSBORO vs Saint Mary's (Ind.) College vs Northland College SALEM COVENANT COLLEGE AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE at LaGrange College at Salem HUNTINGDON SPELMAN at Piedmont College WESLEYAN COLLEGE LAGRANGE COLLEGE at Sewanee at Huntingdon at Spelman PIEDMONT COLLEGE vs Agnes Scott College vs Piedmont College vs Washington U.

* - Conference game

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 7 -


to blk stl

44 56 4 5 12 0 37 57 4 117 85 7 20 17 1 9 23 9 1 17 2 167 87 0 2 9 4 27 30 2 35 40 5 18 70 22 11 28 7 3 4 0 0 0 2 2 6 1 498 551 70 331 600 65

W L W W W L W Lot W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W L



255 10 282 139 221 89 57 212 42 123 115 354 185 21 20 26 320 2151 271 1688

9.1 1.7 10.1 5.0 9.6 3.7 5.2 7.6 7.0 4.6 4.1 12.6 6.9 2.3 3.3 2.9 76.8 60.3

33 2 32 57 17 26 2 53 6 20 20 32 15 2 1 2

Score 54-66 54-64 90-79 66-50 101-33 71-68 66-46 94-87 61-71 64-74 70-74 47-105 65-84 50-68 84-76 84-54 42-91 44-90 63-72 36-89 74-83 73-64 68-55 88-61 77-85 38-65 56-57 67-81

Att. 587 357 189 137 33 1249 67 339 79 150 100 249 749 219 205 78 519 319 925 219 749 101 189 0 979 0 400 151



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2010-11 Maryville College Women's Basketball Media Guide  
2010-11 Maryville College Women's Basketball Media Guide  

2010-11 Maryville College Women's Basketball Media Guide