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2012-13 Schedule Nov. 9

NJIT

5 p.m.

Jan. 12

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LAFAYETTE

2 p.m.

Jan. 15

MARQUETTE *

7 p.m.

Nov. 14 at Temple

7 p.m.

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at Georgetown* (BEN-GW)

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at Michigan

7 p.m.

Jan. 22 USF *

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Nov. 23 WYOMING !

4 p.m.

Jan. 27 RUTGERS *

2 p.m.

Nov. 24 PEPPERDINE/SOUTH DAKOTA ! 4/6 p.m.

Jan. 30 at Syracuse *

7 p.m.

Nov. 28 SIENA

7 p.m.

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8 p.m.

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SOUTH CAROLINA

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NOTRE DAME *

2 p.m.

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at Wake Forest

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Feb. 13 VILLANOVA *

7 p.m.

Dec. 16 MOUNT ST. MARY’S

2 p.m.

Feb. 16

7 p.m.

Dec. 19 NEW ORLEANS

1 p.m.

Feb. 20 PROVIDENCE *

7 p.m.

Dec. 22 MEMPHIS

2 p.m.

Feb. 23 at Connecticut *&

4 p.m.

Dec. 30 WOFFORD

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Feb. 27 at Louisville *

7 p.m.

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PITTSBURGH *

2 p.m.

Mar. 2

2 p.m.

Jan. 9

at Cincinnati *

7 p.m.

Mar. 8-12 BIG EAST Championship#

at USF *

ST. JOHN’S *

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Table of Contents 1 Seton Hall Women’s Basketball 2 2012-13 Schedule 2 SHUPirates.com 4 HALL 6 FOR 8 ONE 10 Alumni Update 12 Seton Hall University 13 SHU Quick Facts/Majors 14 New York City 16 Pirate Spirit 17 Walsh Gymnasium 18 Seton Hall Athletics History 19 BIG EAST Conference 20 President Gabriele Esteban 21 Director of Athletics Patrick Lyons 23 Coaching Staff 24 Head Coach Anne Donovan 28 Assistant Coach Ty Grace 29 Assistant Coach Catherine Proto

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Assistant Coach Bett Shelby Director of Basketball Operations David Kim Basketball Coordinator April Phillips Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Nanna Rivers Athletic Trainer Margeritte Carlson Team Manager Kevin Lynch Team Manager Ashley Simmons Team Secretary Karen McNanna Academic Coordinator Matt Geibel Sports Information Director Vincent Novicki

36 2012-13 Seton Hall Roster 37 Meet the Pirates 38 Terry Green 42 Breanna Jones 44 Alexandra Maseko 48 Brittany Morris 52 Janee Johnson 54 Ka’Deidre Simmons 58 Brittany Webb

0 Bra’Shey Ali 6 62 Alexis Brown 66 Chizoba Ekedigwe 70 Sidney Cook 72 Shannise Heady 74 Jasmine McCall 76 Tabatha Richardson-Smith 78 Jazzmine Johnson 78 Elaine Swaby 80 On the Road with the Pirates 81 Athletic Training/

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Academic Support Services Pirates in the Community All-Time Roster Stats and Records Pirate Honor Roll Annie’s Angels Pirate Blue Anne Donovan Basketball Camp

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Alumni Update KAREN BROWN ‘95 Karen Brown is a 1995 Magna Cum Laude graduate of Seton Hall University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. She currently serves as the Chief Presiding Judge for the City of Passaic, N.J., and a Municipal Court Judge for the City of Paterson, N.J. “The skills I acquired from participating in women’s athletics proved to be invaluable in my professional career in law and government. As an athlete, I learned the importance of teamwork, preparation, time management and commitment. I am proud to be a part of the Pirate tradition and a network that has been and continues to be incredibly rewarding.”

RUTH LOVELACE ‘92 Ruth Lovelace graduated from Seton Hall University in 1992 and has gone on to enjoy a historic and record-breaking career as the boy’s basketball coach at Boys & Girls High School in Brooklyn, N.J. Lovelace was hired as the school’s boy’s basketball coach in 1994 when principal Frank Mickens and was charged with turning around a program steeped in history as one of the best in New York City. After 16 seasons on the sidelines she made history once again, leading the team to the AA championship in 2010, becoming the first woman to win a PSAL AA title at Madison Square Garden.

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AMBER HARRIS ‘08 Amber Harris currently works for Team Walker Inc., a nonprofit organization that was created by former Seton Hall men’s basketball player Jerry Walker and targets the youth population in Jersey City, N.J. Harris is Director of Programs and manages three different programs that Team Walker runs including the AfterSchool Program, Summer Fun, and Weatherization. Two of the three programs are designed specifically for youth. The After-School program provides them with homework help, test preparation, life skills, recreational activities, and a snack program. Summer fun is a summer camp providing breakfast and lunch, recreational activities, field trips, and some educational work to keep their skills sharpened throughout the summer. Weatherization is an energy efficiency program to help low income families maintain their energy bills. “I love the opportunity that I have had at Team Walker because it’s feeding directly into what I studied at Seton Hall. After redshirting my freshman year I had the opportunity to pursue my MBA in my fifth year of eligibility. I studied Public Administration Nonprofit Management and was thankful that I was able to get the first year of my master’s program paid for while still playing basketball for Seton Hall. With that I was able to seal a position within Team Walker and fulfill my dream of giving back to youth. When I was growing up there was a program just like Team Walker in my neighborhood that I believe helped me develop into the person I am today. ”


CYNTHIA ALLMAN ‘86 Cynthia Allman is Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Newmark School and Newmark High School, state-approved private schools for children living with autism and other disabilities. For the past 12 years Allman has been responsible for the growth of the Newmark Schools, a widely respected institution leading the way for the education of children living with learning disabilities in New Jersey. As a thought leader in the world of mental health education, Allman is expanding the schools’ proven teaching techniques with the development of Newmark’s innovative, statewide outreach program. Her commitment is to train educators on how mental health issues manifest in the classroom.

ROBIN CUNNINGHAM ‘78 Between 1984 and 2003 Cunningham served as the Director of Academic Support Services for Studentathletes at Seton Hall. Her work with student-athletes has been recognized both locally and nationally. In 2002 Cunningham received the Most Valuable Person (MVP) Award for her service to the Seton Hall Men’s Basketball Team. In 2005 Cunningham was honored as the university’s Woman of the Year. Cunningham was also named the Seton Hall University Alumni Association’s Humanitarian of the Year in 2008. In 2011 Cunningham was the recipient of the McQuaid Medal to acknowledge her on-going service to the university. In June, 2010, Cunningham became Associate Dean of Freshman Studies .

JODI BROOKS ‘94, ‘97 Jodi Brooks, M.B.A., (Classes of 1994 and 1997) helped put the SHU women’s basketball team on the map. In 1994 the Pirates earned berth into the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the “Sweet 16.” That year, the team posted a 27-5 record and boasted a national ranking of 14. Brooks is the only player in Seton Hall history to record more than 1,500 points, 500 rebounds, 400 assists and 200 steals. She was the second woman in program history to have her number retired. In addition to her athleticism, Brooks made her mark in the classroom, receiving several academic accolades. She was named to the GTE/CoSIDA District 2 All-Academic Team for 1993-94 and was a Robbins ECAC Scholar-Athlete. Upon graduation, Brooks remained loyal to her alma mater; for the next three seasons, as a women’s basketball graduate assistant coach, she shared her knowledge and love of the game. She spent 10 years working for Nissan and now owns her own small business, the Canine Country Club of the Lake, in Lake Hopatcong, N.J. SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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Seton Hall Campus SETON HALL UNIVERSITY IS A MAJOR CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. IN A DIVERSE AND COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENT IT FOCUSES ON ACADEMIC AND ETHICAL DEVELOPMENT. SETON HALL STUDENTS ARE PREPARED TO BE LEADERS IN THEIR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY LIVES IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY AND ARE CHALLENGED BY OUTSTANDING FACULTY, AN EVOLVING TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED SETTING AND VALUES-CENTERED CURRICULA.

For the Mind

For the Spirit

We offer more than 60 majors and concentrations taught by 860 full-time faculty, in fiveundergraduate schools - with practical, real-world emphasis.

Our faith and spiritual commitments inspire faculty to educate students to become servant leaders in their personal and professional lives, in their community and in their global society.

For the Heart We offer a compassionate, divers and collaborative environment that focuses on academic and ethical development.

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In our valued-centered curricula, programs and extracurricular activities, we focus on academics and devleopment of the individual. Our graduates continue to prove themselves as leaders in their professions and communities. Seton Hall gives you all the resources you would find in a large university. But, with only 5,200 undergraduates and a 15:1 student-faculty ratio, you get the personal attention of a small liberal arts college.


Majors at Seton Hall College of Arts and Sciences Africana Studies Anthropology Art Education Art History Asian Studies Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Engineering Broadcasting, Visual and Interactive Media Catholic Studies Chemical Engineering Chemistry Civil Engineering Classical Studies Communication Studies Computer Engineering Computer Science Creative Writing Criminal Justice Economics Electrical Engineering English Environmental Studies Fine Art French German

Graphic, Interactive and Advertising Design History Industrial Engineering Italian Studies Italian Journalism and Public Relations Latin American and Latino/Latina Studies Liberal Studies Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Modern Languages Music/Music Education Music Performance Philosophy Physics (B.A.) Physics (B.S.) Political Science Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Optometry Pre-Veterinary Psychology Religious Studies Russian Social and Behavioral

Sciences Social Work Sociology Spanish Theatre and Performance Women and Gender Studies Stillman School of Business Accounting Business Administration Economics Finance Leadership Studies Legal Studies Management Information Systems Management Marketing Sport Management Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations Diplomacy and International Relations

College of Education and Human Services Integrated Early Childhood, Elementary and Special Education Secondary Education Secondary and Special Education Elementary and Special Education with an M.S. in Speech Language Pathology School of Health and Medical Sciences Athletic Training Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Physician Assistant College of Nursing Nursing Nursing for R.N. R.N. to B.S.N. (Online) Accelerated Nursing Program Second Degree Nursing Program

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New York City Seton Hall’s campus sits just 14 miles away from the heart of New York City and with a student-discounted New Jersey transit ticket students are just a 30-minute train ride away from Penn Station in Midtown Manhattan. From there, train, bus or walk to the neighborhood of your choice. Time’s Square’s Theater District: plays and musicals. Upper Fifth Avenue, dubbed Museum Mile; venerable institutions like the Metropolitan and the Guggenheim. Visit the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty, or head downtown to check out the financial district.

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Pirate Spirit WHAT’S IN A NAME?

BIG EAST CONFERENCE

On April 29, 1931 Seton Hall was trailing regional power Holy Cross by four runs in the ninth inning before a five run rally gave SHU the win and handed Holy Cross their first loss in four years. The outcome prompted a local sportswriter in attendance to exclaim, “This Seton Hall team is a gang of Pirates!” Upon hearing of the proclamation after the game, the SHU team decided that their newfound name was fitting, and that they would return to South Orange and be known as the Pirates thereafter.

Seton Hall University has been a proud member of the BIG EAST Conference since 1979, when it helped charter the league as one of seven founding mem-bers, along with Boston College, Connecticut, Georgetown, Providence, St. John’s and Syracuse; all prestigious college rich in both athletic and academic tradition. Since Seton Hall joined the BIG EAST as a proud founding member more than thirty years ago, SHU has seen all of its athletic programs grow in national prominence.

In many ways, the origin of the Pirate nickname is representative of the Seton Hall spirit. On that New England afternoon, the original gang of Pirates did not shy away in the face of adversity. Instead, they continued forward, rising to the occasion and emerging victorious.

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ALMA MATER Originally written by Charles A. Byrne in 1936, the Seton Hall University Alma Mater was officially adopted by the University in 1937 when the dean read it before the student body. The original music was com-posed by Nicola A. Montani and was revised by Walter Cohrssen in 1978. A new choral and brass arrangement was added by John Nowik in 2000. The alma mater is frequently sung at Seton Hall men’s and women’s basketball games and it is tradition for the song to be performed after each game.

FIGHT SONG Although there is no known date for the publishing of the most modern version of the Seton Hall University fight song, the cheer represents a culmination of a number of SHU chants and cheers dating all the way back to the 1920’s. The earliest version of the modern fight song dates back to that era of the 1920 just as athletics were becoming an important tradition in South Orange. One chant closely resembles today’s battle cry.


Walsh Gym As the home court of the women’s basketball team, historic Walsh Gymnasium seats 2,600 fans in an on-campus setting. The recently renovated women’s basketball offices, team locker room and Walsh lobby give the facility a modern feel while honoring the gymnasium’s long-standing tradition.  Walsh Gym, like Seton Hall’s library, is named for Rev. Thomas J. Walsh, Fifth Bishop of Newark and former President of the Board of Trustees.

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Seton Hall Athletics NOTABLE ALUMNI Dick Vitale

Sports Broadcaster

Bob Ley

Sports Broadcaster

Bill Raftery

Sports Broadcaster

Andrew Valmon

U.S. Olympian/Olympic Track Coach

Mark Bryant

Former NBA Player / Oklahoma City Thunder Asst. Coach

Craig Biggio

Former Major League Baseball Player

Mo Vaughn

Former Major League Baseball Player

Samuel Dalembert NBA Player

Adrian Griffin

Former NBA Player

1882 Seton Hall and St. John’s (which eventually changed its name to Fordham) met for the first football game played between two Catholic affiliated colleges. 1931 Seton Hall received its nickname following a baseball game at Holy Cross, when after the SHU squad erased a late deficit a sportswriter in attendance proclaimed the team was a “gang of Pirates!” The moniker followed the team back to South Orange and Seton Hall has been known as the Pirates ever since. 1940 Seton Hall defeated North Carolina and modern-day BIG EAST foe Notre Dame to capture the National Intercollegiate Fencing Championship.

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1941 The Seton Hall fencing team posted a perfect 15-0 record en route to defending their fencing national title. 1952 Andy Stanfield wins gold medals in the 100-meter and 200-meter dash at the Summer Olympic Games. He won two more gold medals at the 1956 games. 1953 The men’s basketball team defeated St. John’s University to win the NIT Championship, finishing the year with a 31-2 mark and ranked No. 2 in the nation. 1979 On May 31, 1979, the BIG EAST Conference was formally introduced with Seton Hall as one of the founding members of the prestigious conference. 1982 Led once again by future Olympian Derrick Peynado, the men’s indoor track & field team repeated as BIG EAST Champions. 1986 Ian Hennessy was named the Most Outstanding Player at the BIG EAST Championship as the Pirates beat Syracuse, 3-2, to win their first men’s soccer conference crown. 1987 The Pirates won the BIG EAST baseball and men’s soccer titles, with future major leaguers Maurice Vaughn, Craig Biggio and John Valentin leading on the diamond and Hennessy repeating at the conference championship Player of the Year for men’s soccer. 1988 The men’s soccer team completed its hat trick, winning its third-straight BIG EAST Championship, this time under first-year head coach Manfred Schellscheidt.

1989 The men’s basketball team turned in the finest season in school history advancing to the NCAA Championship game where it fell to Michigan in an 80-79 heartbreaker. 1991 The men’s basketball team won its first BIG EAST title and advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight for the second time in three seasons. 1992 The men’s golf team edged Providence and Connecticut by a single stroke to win the first BIG EAST Championship in program history. 1993 One of the finest years in Seton Hall history, the men’s basketball team won the BIG EAST Championship while the men’s indoor track & field team captured its fourth conference title and the women’s outdoor track & field team won a BIG EAST Championship for the first time. 1994 The women’s basketball team finished as the BIG EAST runner-up and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in program history, winning a program-best 27 games that season. The women’s track & field team won the BIG EAST indoor title. 1995 Seton Hall women’s basketball was the conference runnerup for a second-straight season and played into the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Seton Hall wrestling program finished 18th in the nation. 1996 For a third-straight season the Pirates advanced to the BIG EAST Championship game, losing a tight contest to Notre Dame, 69-58.

2000 With Eugene Smith winning top individual honors the men’s golf team won its second BIG EAST title while the men’s basketball team made a captivating run to the Sweet 16. 2001 For the first time since 1987 the SHU baseball team won the BIG EAST title, defeating Virginia Tech 5-2 in the championship game. 2004 The softball program began a two-year reign at the top of the BIG EAST thanks to a dominant pitching performance from Megan Meyer. The Pirates beat Notre Dame, 5-2, in the conference champion-ship game. 2005 Megan Meyer earned BIG EAST Softball Championship Most Outstanding Player honors for a second-straight season as the Pirates repeated as conference champs. Meyer went on to earn Third-Team All-America honors. 2009 Hall of Fame player and coach Anne Donovan is announced as just third women’s basketball coach in Seton Hall history, bring her credentials as a former NCAA Player of the Year, All-American and U.S. Olympian to the South Orange campus. 2011 The baseball team returned to the top of the BIG EAST by beating St. John’s, 4-2, to complete a perfect conference tournament and secure its third BIG EAST title.


The BIG EAST Conference ® 

The 2012-13 academic year is the 34th in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship. The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth and continues to make strides in improving the quality and depth of the storied league. The BIG EAST Conference has been always been driven by lofty goals. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2011-12 year was no different. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Georgetown women’s cross country team captured its first NCAA Championship. The win by the Hoyas marked the thirdstraight year a BIG EAST team has won the women’s cross country championship, with Villanova winning the past two. The Louisville men’s basketball team advanced to the Final Four in New Orleans. Connecticut field hockey reached the NCAA semifinals, as did the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team. The Irish women’s basketball team and Syracuse women’s lacrosse team each reached the NCAA finals. USF softball reached the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla., for the first time in program history. The BIG EAST placed two teams in the NCAA Women’s Final Four for the third time in the last four years as Connecticut joined Notre Dame in Denver, with the Fighting Irish advancing to the national title game for the second-straight year.

BIG EAST student-athletes won five NCAA championships. Sheila Reid won her second-straight NCAA Women’s Cross Country title. Syracuse hurdler Jarret Eaton won the 60-meter hurdle championship in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship. Notre Dame won the distance medley relay at the same championship. Georgetown’s Emily Infeld won the 3,000-meter run. Carlos Almeida of Louisville won the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Three BIG EAST teams won bowl games, while the BIG EAST representative in the Bowl Championship Series won its bowl game for the fourth time in the last seven years- a streak that includes wins against the ACC, Big 12 and SEC champions. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing – the University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, the University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in 18 of the nation’s top 50 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain more than one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. The BIG EAST will welcome UCF, Houston, Memphis, SMU and Temple in all sports in 2013-14. Temple football will join the league in 2012, with Boise State and San Diego State joining the following year and Navy in 2015.

Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 32 national championships in six different sports and 137 student-athletes have won individual national titles through 2011-12. BIG EAST basketball squads have captured 11 titles in the last 13 years. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. The BIG EAST placed three men’s basketball teams in the Final Four in 1985, the only time this has occurred in NCAA history. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. The conference currently crowns champions in 24 sports. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven‑school alliance. ­ While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad‑based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student‑athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics.

Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. John Marinatto was the third commissioner of the BIG EAST, serving from 2009-2012, after seven years as the conference’s senior associate commissioner. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student‑athletes. The conference has enjoyed longstanding relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past nine years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 studentathletes.

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Starting in 2007, Esteban was provost and chief academic officer of Seton Hall. In that office, he oversaw eight colleges and schools, University libraries and enrollment services. He has spearheaded the University’s strategic planning and campus master plan initiatives, collaborated with faculty and academic leaders on enhancing and adding undergraduate and graduate programs, establishing academic priorities and strengthening the centrality of academics at Seton Hall. He has also led the strategic changes in the enrollment management and financial aid strategies that will position the University through the current economic environment. When he was chief academic officer, Seton Hall won more international faculty fellowships and student scholarships (including the first-ever Rhodes Scholarship, as well as numerous Fulbrights) than ever before.

GABRIEL ESTEBAN UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

Gabriel Esteban was appointed 20th president of Seton Hall University in January 2011, after serving as interim president for six months. He has charged the University¹s more than 900 faculty and 1,800 employees and nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students to aspire to excellence in scholarship and service and is committed to the institution’s 155-year Catholic mission. 20

Prior to his leadership positions at Seton Hall, Esteban was provost and dean of faculty at The University of Central Arkansas. Dr. Esteban also served as dean of the College of Business and tenured professor of marketing at the University of Central Arkansas. During that time he served as chairman of the Conway (Arkansas) Area Chamber of Commerce and of the Women’s Shelter for Central Arkansas. He was associate vice president of academic affairs at Arkansas Tech University and an assistant professor at the University of Houston-Victoria. Esteban was also a fulltime instructor at the College of Business Administration of the University of the Philippines. He received a doctorate in administration from the Graduate School of Management of the University of California at Irvine and a master of science in Japanese business studies from Chaminade University in Honolulu. Esteban earned a master of business administration and a bachelor of science in mathematics from the University of the Philippines,

Dillman, Quezon City. He also received specialized training in leading transformation and change at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in addition to private sector work experience in the Philippines and Japan Currently, Dr. Esteban is a founding board member and vice chairman of the Asian Pacific Islander American Association of Colleges and Universities, a new national organization established to advocate on behalf of minority-serving institutions that have significant numbers of Asian American and Pacific Islander American students. He is also serving as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, a voluntary, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion, restoration and maintenance of the health status of individuals and of the New Jersey community. Esteban has served American higher education in a number of national roles, including membership on the Accreditation Review Council of the Higher Learning Commission and work as team chair and consultant-evaluator. He serves as a board member of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education (CARE) Commission and the Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE), and has been selected to serve on the national task force for Voluntary System for Accountability (VSA) sponsored by American Association of State Colleges and Universities. For the past seven years, he has been an invited speaker and faculty member of the Leadership Development Program for Higher Education offered by Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics held at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He is the first lay president of Seton Hall in a generation and a devoted fan of Pirate athletic programs. He and his wife, Josephine, have a daughter, Ysabella, who is an undergraduate student at the University.


record contributions to fund critical initiatives to help make the Pirates competitive in the BIG EAST conference and at a national level.

PATRICK G. LYONS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

When Lyons arrived at Seton Hall, he established improvements and upgrades to the Pirates’ athletic and recreation facilities as a primary goal. Thanks in large part to contributions to Pirate Blue and a commitment from the University to make athletics and recreation a priority for the studentbody, Seton Hall has already begun a large number of those enhancements. A new student fitness center is scheduled to be completed by summer 2013 and plans are in place to add a new scoreboard to Owen T. Carroll Field, revamp the student-athlete training room facility and create additional space for Academic Support Services. The men’s basketball locker room and women’s basketball coaching suite were each renovated during the 2011-12 season.

In Lyons’ first full year as Director of Athletics, the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund, Seton Hall’s athletic fundraising vehicle, experienced the most successful year of its history, receiving

The Pirates have also experienced a number of on field successes since Lyons came to Seton Hall. The men’s basketball team finished the 2011-12 season with a 21-13 overall mark, matching the program’s highest win total since the 2003-04 season and advancing to the second round of the National Invitational Tournament. The baseball team captured the BIG EAST Championship at the conclusion of the 2011 season, the third in program history and first since 2001. The women’s soccer, volleyball and baseball programs all qualified for BIG EAST Championship competition during the 2011-12 season, with the women’s soccer program posting its most successful campaign since 1999.

Duane Bailey Deputy Director of Athletics

Jimmy O’Donnell Senior Associate Athletics Director

Patrick G. Lyons was named Director of Athletics and Recreational Services at Seton Hall University on February 22, 2011. Since his arrival, Lyons has been dedicated in his efforts to implement his vision for Seton Hall’s athletics and recreation department by introducing a number of initiatives designed to enhance the college experience for Seton Hall’s 14 NCAA Division I athletics programs and the student body as a whole.

Lyons has instituted a number of new events to help honor both its current and former student-athletes. In addition to the annual SAAC Student-Athlete Awards Banquet, Seton Hall held its first Senior Awards Banquet as a way to recognize its graduating seniors. He also refined the 2012 SHU Athletics Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony by hosting it in conjunction with a golf tournament at the Fairmount Country Club in Chatham, N.J. Seton Hall’s student-athletes have exhibited success in a number of ways off the court as well, through community service initiatives and achievement in the classroom. The Pirates’ community outreach programs demonstrated outstanding involvement from every varsity program during the 2011-12 academic year, as Seton Hall’s student-athletes participated in an array of activities to benefit the community. Seton Hall also hosted its First Annual Student-Athlete Leadership Forum, providing its student-athletes with a chance to learn from and meet speakers from across the sports landscape. Lyons arrived at Seton Hall after spending seven years as Iona College’s Director of Athletics, establishing its department as one of the top programs in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. He was the chief administrator for the Gaels’ 21 NCAA Division I athletics programs. 

Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Lyons emphasized a community service element for all of Iona’s 400+ studentathletes and also displayed a deep commitment to studentathlete development and academic standards through additional support services and facilities in both the compliance and academic services offices. Under Lyons, the Iona athletics department saw unprecedented growth and success both on and off the fields of play. Lyons also made his mark at Iona in fundraising and improvements made to athletics facilities.  The Iona Gaels Capital Improvements Fund was created by Lyons as the first capital fundraising effort in the department’s history. A native of Providence, R.I., Lyons was a two-sport standout in hockey and golf.  One of the most prolific scorers in school history, Lyons tallied 80 goals and 90 assists during his 86-game career and led all of NCAA Division I hockey in goals per game during the 1995-96 season.  He captained the golf team during his junior and senior seasons and in 1996, received the Joseph O’Connell award, given annually to Iona’s most outstanding student-athlete.  In 1999, Lyons earned his master’s degree in teaching from Iona and earned an MBA from the Hagan School of Business in 2004.  Lyons has also served as an adjunct professor in both the Biology department at Iona and the Sports Business Management program at Manhattanville College.

Lyons’ student-athlete centered vision was incorporated into several initiatives at Iona. Working closely with the Student-

Lyons is married to the former Rachel Cintolo, who is a member of the faculty at Rutgers University.

Kimberly Keenan-Kirkpatrick Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA

Mary Gross Secretary – Director’s Office

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Olympic gold medalist and Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame member Anne Donovan enters her third season at the helm of the Seton Hall University women’s basketball program. In just seasons she has already begun to leave her mark, developing Jasmine Crew into an AllBIG EAST and All-Met Second Team member in 2012 and helped Ka-Deidre Simmons to the AllBIG EAST Freshman Team in 2011. Donovan was named just the third head coach in program history on March 29, 2010. The announcement came on the same day that Kevin Willard was named head men’s basketball coach at Seton Hall. Donovan was formerly the head coach of the WNBA’s New York Liberty, having taken over on an interim basis halfway through the 2009 regular season. The Liberty reached the Eastern Conference Finals in 2010. “I am very pleased to have the opportunity to come home to New Jersey and coach at Seton Hall,” said Donovan. “The outlook for the women’s basketball program is bright and I look forward to becoming a part of the university community.”

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Donovan owns a remarkable 132-10 (.930) alltime record on the sidelines for USA Basketball. As head coach, she led the 2008 United States Women’s Olympic Team to gold in Beijing and as a result was chosen with Mike Krzyzewski as co-recipient of the 2008 USA Basketball National Coach of the Year award. Donovan was

an assistant coach who helped the U.S. capture gold at the Olympics 2004 and the World Championships in 1998 and 2002. As a student-athlete at Old Dominion University, the 6-8 Donovan quickly made her presence known both on and off the court as a collegian. She was recognized by virtually every post-season and All-American squad in the nation during her career, earning Kodak All-American honors for three years and Academic All-American honors for two straight seasons. Her honors culminated in 1983 when she claimed the Naismith Trophy as the national Player-of-the-Year and was awarded an NCAA post-graduate scholarship for her academic achievements. Donovan completed her four years at Old Dominion with a 3.5 cumulative average in her major of recreational services and became the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in Monarchs’ history with 2,719 points and 1,976 rebounds. She remains the NCAA’s all-time shot blocker with 801. Donovan won gold medals as a player with the 1984 and 1988 U.S. Olympic Teams, the 1983 and 1987 Pan American Games Teams, the 1986 World Championship Team and was a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team as well. She played six years of professional basketball in Japan and Italy, before returning to Old Dominion in 1987 as a part-time assistant coach. In 1989, Donovan was elevated to a full-time


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assistant coach, and she remained at her alma mater until taking the head position at East Carolina University in 1995. The Pirates made one appearance in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament championship game during her three-year stint at the helm. Donovan began her WNBA coaching career as the interim head of the expansion Indiana Fever in 2000, followed by head coaching positions with the Charlotte Sting (2001-2002) and the Seattle Storm (2003-2007). She amassed a regular-season record of 93-77 (.547) with four playoff appearances in Seattle, including the 2004 WNBA Championship title. Donovan became the first female coach in WNBA history to reach the 100-win mark with the Storm’s victory over Minnesota on August 18, 2005. She also was the head coach of the Philadelphia Rage in the former American Basketball League (ABL) in 1998. 26

On May 15, 1995, Donovan was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. She was one of the twenty-six inductees in the inaugural class of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in June of 1999. Additionally, she is a member of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, the New Jersey Sports Hall of Fame, the Old Dominion Sports Hall of Fame, the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame and the CoSIDA Academic All-American Hall of Fame. In 2004, Donovan was named by the Sun Belt Conference as its All-Time Women’s Basketball Player, and in 2008, she received the NCAA 25-year Award in Nashville, Tenn. Donovan was presented with an honorary Doctorate’s degree from Old Dominion University on Dec. 13, 2008. Donovan is a native of Ridgewood, N.J. and a graduate of Paramus Catholic High School.


HEAD COACHING EXPERIENCE East Carolina University 1995-1998 Philadelphia Rage (ABL) 1998 Indiana Fever (WNBA) 2000 Charlotte Sting (WNBA) 2001-2002

U.S. Olympic Festival Gold Medalist: 1978 and 1979 Kodak All-American: 1981, 1982 and 1983

WNBA Championship Seattle Storm 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist (Head Coach) 2008 Co-USA Basketball Coach of the Year 2008 MISCELLANEOUS ACHIEVEMENTS AND AWARDS Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame 1995

U.S. Senior National Women’s Team 2005-2007

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame 1999

Seton Hall University 2010-Present

Academic All-American: 1982 and 1983 Pan-American Games Gold Medalist: 1983 and 1987

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame 1996 New Jersey Sports Hall of Fame 2000 NCAA 25-Year Award 2008

New York Liberty (WNBA) 2009-2010

All-Time Leading Scorer & Rebounder at Old Dominion

Olympic Gold Medalist (Asst. Coach) 2004

Seattle Storm (WNBA) 2003-2007

U.S. Olympic Team 2008

PLAYING ACCOMPLISHMENTS

COACHING HIGHLIGHTS

Honorary Doctorate’s Degree, Old Dominion University 2008 Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame 2009 New Jersey Sports Writer’s Association Woman of the Year 2011

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship: 1983 Olympic Gold Medalist: 1984 and 1988

NCAA’s All-Time Shot Block Leader

World Championship Gold Medalist: 1986

Naismith Trophy (National Player of the Year): 1983

Named Sun Belt Conference All-Time Women’s Basketball Player: 2004

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Grace helped the Black Knights to a 61-30 record while on staff and coached two Patriot League Rookies of the Year and three all-conference players. Grace worked primarily with Army’s forwards. Prior to her stint at West Point, Grace served a twoyear stint as the head coach at Ramapo College in Mahwah, N.J. In her two seasons with the Roadrunners, she forged a 21-29 overall record. Before her arrival at Ramapo in 2004, Grace coached as an assistant at Fairleigh Dickinson for five years, the first two seasons as a graduate assistant, where she coordinated travel arrangements and worked on individual skill development for post players and guards. The Roosevelt, N.Y., native began her coaching career serving as a graduate assistant coach at the University of Hartford. A 1999 graduate of the University of New Haven, Grace earned a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management. In May 2001, she earned a master’s degree in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson.

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Ty Grace enters her fourth season at Seton Hall and the third as the recruiting coordinator of Anne Donovan’s staff. She came to Seton Hall after a successful three-year run at Army.

A four-year letterwinner during her undergraduate days at UNH, Grace ranks as one of only two players in school history to eclipse 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds. She garnered second team All-New England Collegiate Conference honors as a sophomore, and earned first team All-NECC selections her junior and senior campaigns. She also received second team All-ECAC accolades following her junior year after averaging 11.4 points per game and 11.2 rebounds per contest. In 2010, Grace was inducted into the UNH Hall of Fame. Grace, a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, completed the Black Coaches Association A.C.E. Program in 2006. In 2007, she was one of 25 coaches selected to participate in the NCAA Women Coaches Academy in Denver. Grace and her husband, Keith Cobb, have an eight-year old son, Kalen.


and creation of individual player film. Previously, Proto held the position of assistant video coordinator and advanced scout coordinator during the Liberty’s 2002 season and spent two summers (2001, 2000) as an intern in the video operations department. Prior to joining the Liberty staff, Proto served as the director of basketball operations for the women’s basketball team at the University of Rhode Island. She also worked as an intern in the awards and grants department for the Women’s Sports Foundation.

CATHERINE PROTO ASSISTANT COACH

Proto graduated from Springfield College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management, and spent two years as a member of the varsity women’s basketball team that won back-to-back NEWMAC Championships (2000-2001, 2001-2002) and made two NCAA Tournament appearances. In 2002, she received her Master’s degree in physical education. Proto is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaching Association (WBCA) and currently lives in New Jersey.

Catherine Proto begins her third season as an assistant coach on Anne Donovan’s staff. Prior to coming to Seton Hall she spent seven years as the New York Liberty’s manager of scouting and video operations. As an extension of the Liberty coaching staff, Proto assisted in the preparation of practice, team strategies and opponent scouting. She also oversaw the development of the team’s playbook, coordination of all live advanced scouting, travel, scouting reports and budget. As director of the team’s video operations, she handled the taping and breaking down of practice, games and opponent’s film, film exchange, development of team and opponent tape breakdown SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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ing coordinator. In 2011, she helped the Salukis secure the nation’s 36th ranked recruiting class, according to ESPNU Hoopgurlz. The class also earned a top-50 ranking from Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and All-Star Girls Report, and it included Southern Illinois’ first ESPNU Hoopgurlz top-100 player, All-Star Girls Report top-100 transfer, and Parade All-American. A native of Charlotte, N.C., Shelby was assistant coach at Tennessee Tech in 2010 where she coordinated all aspects of recruiting. At TTU, she was responsible for an All-Star Girls Report Top-100 recruiting class, ranking No. 1 in the Ohio Valley Conference. Shelby also spent one season as the recruiting coordinator and assistant coach at Stetson University, helping recruit a Top-100 recruiting class according to All-Star Girls Report that ranked first in the Atlantic Sun Conference. At Southern Illinois, Tennessee Tech and Stetson, Shelby also assisted with scouting and coached the guards on the floor.

BETT SHELBY ASSISTANT COACH

Bett Shelby is in her second season as an assistant women’s basketball coach with Seton Hall University. Shelby spent one season on the Southern Illinois women’s basketball staff as the recruit-

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Shelby spent two years as the director of basketball operations on the East Carolina coaching staff. During her time at ECU, the Pirates won the Conference USA Championship and reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 25 years. She also coordinated the first team camp at ECU. Shelby spent her first year at the collegiate level as a team manager for head coach Pat Summitt at the University of Tennessee. She transferred to UNC Wilmington and played two seasons, with the team recording a 22-6 record in her first season. Shelby played her junior and senior seasons at Greensboro College, where she served as team captain. The team won USA South regular-season and conference titles. Her senior season, the team advanced to the second round of the NCAA Div. III Tournament with a 22-8 record.


DAVID KIM

APRIL PHILLIPS

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

BASKETBALL COORDINATOR

David Kim was named the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations by Anne Donovan in May of 2010.

April Phillips is in her first season as the Coordinator of Basketball Operations for the Seton Hall University women’s basketball program.

Kim comes to Seton Hall from Fordham, where he held the same position since August of 2008. With the Rams, he was responsible for the day-to-day administrative operations of the women’s basketball program under head coach Cathy Andruzzi. “David has a solid background in the women’s game having served as both an assistant coach and in basketball operations,” said Donovan.  “We will utilize David’s prior experience this summer on the recruiting trail, and his diverse skill set makes him a valuable fit for our staff.” Prior to arriving at Fordham, Kim served on the women’s basketball staff at High Point University in High

Point, N.C. for three years, the first as Director of Basketball Operations before also taking on assistant coaching duties. As an assistant coach, he was responsible for assisting in the development of guards and post players as well as assisting in all aspects of recruiting. 

Phillips played collegiate basketball at Xavier University where she helped the Musketeers win threeKim also helped prepare scouting reports and analyzed straight Atlantic-10 Championships (2008-10) and players’ strength and managed and tracked the annual advance to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2010 when budget while also projecting future budgets. The 2007 she also earned Third-Team All-Atlantic-10 accolades. squad won the Big South regular season championship and received a WNIT berth while the 2006 team re- Phillips earned A10 Player of the Week honors in 2009 ceived the highest RPI ranking in school history (#87). and 2010 and was named the Most Valuable Player of the Bahamas Junkanoo Jam in 2009. A 2003 graduate of Wake Forest University, Kim received a bachelor’s of science degree in analytical fi- Additionally Phillips holds the Xavier school record nance. He went on to earn a master’s degree in sports in the shot put and was an NCAA two-sport qualifier in 2010. studies from High Point in 2006.

After graduation she played professional basketball for three international leagues, suiting up for squads in Israel, Finland and Belgium. She averaged 15 points and 15 rebounds per game for Spirou Monceau in Belgium in 2012. A native of Long Beach, Calif., Phillips graduated from Xavier in 2010 with a degree in business information systems.

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NANNA RIVERS STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER

Nanna Rivers is in her third season with the Pirates and first season as a Strength & Conditioning coach at Seton Hall. She works primarily with women’s basketball and women’s tennis.

Margerrite Carlson joined the Seton Hall athletics department in August 2011 as assistant athletic trainer. She is the primary trainer for the women’s basketball and tennis programs. In addition, Carlson will help coordinate and provide medical services for all the rest of the Pirates’ programs.

Rivers is responsible for the design and implementation of sport specific speed, agility and weight training programs for women’s basketball and tennis. Before assuming her current role, Rivers spent two seasons as the Coordinator of Women’s Basketball Operations at Seton Hall. As the Coordinator of Women’s Basketball Operations, Rivers organized  team travel plans, supervising student managers, organizing film exchange 32

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and serving as the co-director of the youth summer camps.   Prior to her arrival at Seton Hall, Rivers played professional basketball in Europe for five years.  Her stops included Finland, Germany, Holland and Poland. A native of Wilmington, N.C., Rivers is a 2004 graduate of North Carolina State University, where she played four years under the late Coach Kay Yow. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in criminology and sociology.

Carlson was most recently an assistant athletic trainer at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. While there, she was responsible for the men’s basketball, football, baseball, and field hockey programs. Carlson received her Master’s in Athletic Training from Seton Hall from 2008, graduating with honors. While attending graduate school at the University, she was a graduate assistant in the sports medicine office and

was a student worker assigned to the men’s basketball program. In 2006, Carlson earned a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J. During her time as a student, she gained experience working with several local universities, high schools, camps, and rehab centers.


ASHLEY SIMMONS KEVIN LYNCH TEAM MANAGER Ashley Simmons is in her third season as a manager for the Seton Hall University women’s basketball team. A native of Chestnut Ridge, N.Y., she attended Paramus Catholic High School where she played basketball and was a member of the National Honor Society and the International Honor Society. Simmons is majoring in film with a minor in religion and is the Campus Connect treasurer. After college she aims to be-

TEAM MANAGER come a basketball media coordinator and own her own production company. She is the daughter of Melissa and Lamont Simmons and has two brothers, Nicholas and CJ.

Kevin Lynch begins his third season as a manager for the Seton Hall University women’s basketball team. A native of Canton, Mass., Lynch attended St. Sebastian where he played basketball and ran cross country. While at St. Sebastian he earned the Daniel Gilmartin Award in basketball, as well as the Cardinal Cushing student Service Award.

and wants to work as a collegiate director of basketball operations after graduation. He is the song of Karen and Kevin Lynch, and has one brother, Shawn.

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KAREN McNANNA

MATT GEIBEL

VINCENT NOVICKI

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SECRETARY

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

SPORTS INFORMATION

Karen McNanna is in her third year as the women’s basketball secretary at Seton Hall University and her 15th year as a member of the athletics department.

Matt Geibel, now in his 17th year at Seton Hall, was promoted to Director of Academic Support Services during the summer of 2004 after serving as the Acting Director of the department for the 2004 spring semester.

McNanna began her employment at the university in 1990, and in 1995 she was hired by Sue Regan as a coaches’ secretary.

Geibel is responsible for the academic services for the entire Seton Hall varsity athletics program, and he oversees a staff of four academic advisors  and countless tutors who work to ensure that each Pirate student-athlete achieves the best educational experience.

Vincent Novicki begins his first season as the Associate Director of Athletics Communications at Seton Hall University after being promoted from Assistant Director in October, 2012. Prior to coming to Seton Hall, Novicki spent five years as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Washington University in St. Louis, and one year as the Sports Information Intern at Seton Hall.

McNanna resides in Springfield, N.J., with her husband, Richard. McNanna’s children, Richard and Courtney, are both graduates of Seton Hall.

A graduate of Seton Hall, Geibel has worked at his alma mater in various positions since 1993. Prior to assuming his duties as Acting Director for Academic Support Services in the spring of 2004, Geibel served as the Associate Director of the department for eight years. He began his work in the department as a graduate assistant from 1993-96. Geibel graduated from Seton Hall in 1993 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics. A member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics, he earned a master’s degree in business administration from Seton Hall in 1995. The recipient of the 2001 Most Valuable Pirate Award, an honor presented annually to the athletic department member who best embodies the spirit of commitment and dedication to Seton Hall Athletics, Geibel resides in Edison, N.J.

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Novicki’s responsibilities include handling all publicity for Seton Hall’s women’s basketball, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and softball programs. His duties also include handling online and printed publications for assigned sports, statistical and historical record keeping and maintenance and creating multimedia content for use on shupirates.com. At Washington University, Novicki’s responsibilities included handling all publicity for baseball, cross country, men’s soccer, swimming and diving, track and field, volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s tennis. He also acted as the media director for the 2010 NCAA Division III Women’s Volleyball Championship, hosted at Washington University.


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Roster

Roster Breakdown

2012-13 SETON HALL UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 0 1 2 3 5 11 13 15 22 23 24 31 44 55

Name Sidney Cook Tabatha Richardson-Smith Brittany Morris Chizoba Ekedigwe Alexis Brown Ka-Deidre Simmons Alexandra Maseko Brittany Webb Terry Green Bra’Shey Ali Jasmine McCall Shannise Heady Janee Johnson Breanna Jones

Pos. F F G C G G F C F F G F F F

Ht. 6-2 6-0 5-6 6-5 5-8 5-8 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-0

Cl. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. RS-So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

Hometown (High School) Parkton, N.C. (South View) Bay City, Texas (Bay City) Raleigh, N.C. (Broughton) Laurel, Md. (St. Vincent Pallotti) Jacksonville, Fla. (Potter’s House Christian Academy) Newark, N.J. (Malcolm X. Shabazz) Harare, Zimbabwe (Arundel Secondary School) New York, N.Y. (ASA) (St. Michael Academy) Brentwood, N.Y. (Holy Trinity) Plainfield, N.J. (Nazareth (N.Y.)) Manalapan, N.J. (Manalapan) Hazel Crest, Ill. (Hillcrest) Matthews, N.C. (Gulf Coast CC) (Providence Day) Springfield, Va. (Hampton)

2012-13 SETON HALL UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 23 5 0 3 22 31 44 55 13 24 2 1 11 15

Name Bra’Shey Ali Alexis Brown Sidney Cook Chizoba Ekedigwe Terry Green Shannise Heady Janee Johnson Breanna Jones Alexandra Maseko Jasmine McCall Brittany Morris Tabatha Richardson-Smith Ka-Deidre Simmons Brittany Webb

Pos. F G F C F F F F F G G F G C

Ht. 6-0 5-8 6-2 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-9 5-6 6-0 5-8 6-4

Cl. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. RS-So. Jr.

Hometown (High School) Plainfield, N.J. (Nazareth (N.Y.)) Jacksonville, Fla. (Potter’s House Christian Academy) Parkton, N.C. (South View) Laurel, Md. (St. Vincent Pallotti) Brentwood, N.Y. (Holy Trinity) Hazel Crest, Ill. (Hillcrest) Matthews, N.C. (Gulf Coast CC) (Providence Day) Springfield, Va. (Hampton) Harare, Zimbabwe (Arundel Secondary School) Manalapan, N.J. (Manalapan) Raleigh, N.C. (Broughton) Bay City, Texas (Bay City) Newark, N.J. (Malcolm X. Shabazz) New York, N.Y. (ASA) (St. Michael Academy)

PIRATES BY CLASS Seniors (4) T. Green, B. Jones, A. Maseko, B. Morris Juniors (3) J. Johnson, B. Webb Sophomores (3) B. Ali, A. Brown, C. Ekedigwe, K. Simmons Freshmen (4) S. Cook, S. Heady, J. McCall, T. Richardson-Smith PIRATES BY STATE New Jersey (3) – K. Simmons, B. Ali, J. McCall North Carolina (3) – S. Cook, J. Johnson, B. Morris New York (2) – T. Green, B. Webb Florida (1) – A. Brown Illinois (1) – S. Heady Maryland (1) – C. Ekedigwe Texas (1) – T. Richardson-Smith Virginia (1) – B. Jones Zimbabwe (1) – A. Maseko PIRATES BY POSITION Centers (2) C. Ekedigwe, B. Webb Forwards (8) B. Ali, S. Cook, T. Green, S. Heady, J. Johnson, B. Jones, A. Maseko, T. Richardson-Smith

HEAD COACH: Anne Donovan (Old Dominion ’83) – 3rd season ASSISTANT COACHES: Ty Grace (New Haven ’99) – 4th season, Catherine Proto (Springfield ’01) – 3rd season, Bett Shelby (Greensboro ’06) – 2nd season MANAGERS: Ashley Simmons and Kevin Lynch 36

Guards (4) A. Brown, J. McCall, B. Morris, K. Simmons


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PIRATES

Green’s Career Highs

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TERRY GREEN SENIOR / FORWARD / 6-0 HOMETOWN: BRENTWOOD, N.Y. HIGH SCHOOL: HOLY TRINITY

POINTS

21, twice

FG’s

8 at Delaware St

FGA

18 vs USF

3PFG

7 vs DePaul

3PFGA

9 three times

FT’s

6 vs USF

FTA

7 vs USF

REBOUNDS

8 at Providence

ASSISTS

3 five times

STEALS

3 at Rider

BLOCKS

3 at West Virginia

MINUTES

40 vs Syracuse


JUNIOR (2011-12)

Sophomore (2010-11)

Played in all 31 games and made one start...Averaged 7.0 points and 1.8 rebounds per contest...Ranked second on the squad in three-pointers made and three-point percentage...Finished third on the team in blocks and points per game...Scored 15 points and had four rebounds against #16 Louisville...Tallied 11 points in a win at Pittsburgh...Matched season-highs of five rebounds and two blocks at #24 Rutgers... Contributed eight points against Cincinnati... Registered 10 points at Providence...Tied personalbest with three assists at #14 Georgetown...Poured in 21 points against #23 DePaul, tying the school record with seven made three pointers and becoming just the second player to shoot 7-for-7 from long range in a BIG EAST game...Scored 11 points and made two steals against Syracuse...Logged 23 minutes in a start against USF...Posted 10 points at West Virginia... Netted 4-of-5 three-pointers at Marquette, scoring 12 points and handing out two assists...Shot 6-for-10 from the field at Memphis, finishing with 14 points... Scored 17 points on a perfect 6-for-6 from the floor including five three-pointers and added two steals against Drexel...Recorded 12 points and seasonhighs of five rebounds and 37 minutes against Alabama in the Paradise Jam...Added eight points off the bench against Michigan...Dished out careerhigh three assists at New Hampshire...Registered seven points on 3-of-4 shooting at Army...Finished with seven points and two blocks against Florida Gulf Coast in the season opener

Made six starts while appearing in 28 games...Averaged 3.3 points per game...Third on the team with 22 made three-pointers...Scored five points off the bench at Louisville...Buried a three-pointer at Connecticut...Hit a three-pointer in reserve against Marquette...Played 13 minutes off the bench at Notre Dame...Sank three threepointers on her way to 11 points against Georgetown... Hit 1-of-2 three-pointers against Pittsburgh...Added six points and two rebounds against Hofstra...Had a team-high 11 points at St. John’s...Scored a career-high 21 points in 18 minutes at Delaware State, including a personal-best four three-pointers...Hit one threepointer against Auburn in the consolation game of the Junkanoo Jam...Grabbed two rebounds off the bench against Army...Had three points and three rebounds against LSU...Scored eight points against Temple... Started and played 10 minutes at Florida Gulf Coast.

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Prior to Seton Hall Ranked the #18 forward and the #92 overall prospect in the Class of 2009 in the ESPNU HoopGurlz 100...As a senior, she averaged 23 points, 12 rebounds, four steals and over three blocks per game on her way to earning Nassau County Player of the Year honors...A Class AA Fifth Team All-State selection and finished her career with 1,579 points... As a junior, scored her 1,000th career point while leading Holy Trinity to a runner-up finish in the CHSAA Class A State Championship

Freshman (2009-2010) Played in all 30 games, making 14 starts...Averaged 6.2 points and 2.9 rebounds...Totaled eight points and four rebounds against Syracuse in the BIG EAST Championship First Round...Scored nine points at Georgetown...Netted 11 points against Notre Dame... Had 12 points and three rebounds against Louisville... Scored 14 points while shooting 3-for-4 from threepoint land at Pittsburgh...Set a new career-highs with 15 points and 39 minutes against USF...Went for five points, five rebounds, two assists and two blocks at Rutgers... Posted four points, four rebounds and two blocks against St. John’s...Had career-highs with 11 points and three assists at Villanova...Set career-highs with 37 minutes and three blocks at West Virginia...Had eight points and a rebound against Cincinnati...Scored nine points on a career-high three three-pointers against DePaul...Set a new career-high with eight rebounds at Providence...Scored four points while making the

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start at St. John’s...Totaled eight points and a careerhigh seven boards in 33 minutes against Syracuse while making first career start...Had four points, two rebounds and a steal against Connecticut...Grabbed three rebounds at N.C. State...Picked up two assists against UC Davis...Scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds against Delaware State...Had six points, one rebounds and one assist at Colorado...Sank 1-of-2 three-pointers against New Hampshire...Posted three points and four rebounds against Brown...Grabbed a career-high five rebounds to go along with five points against Georgia Tech...Hit 1-of-2 field goals at Rhode Island...Scored a career-high 10 points against Arkansas State...Posted nine points and two rebounds against Morgan State...Had three points and three boards at Marshall...Notched eight points, four rebounds and three steals in her Seton Hall debut at Rider.

Game...Named Ninth Team All-State in Class AA as a junior... Earned First Team All-NSCHSAA honors as a sophomore and junior after a Second Team selection as a freshman... Hails from the same high school as former Pirate Nicole Emery...Member of the Silver Bullets Elite AAU Team.


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

My dream spot to visit:

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

Favorite WNBA team:

Outgoing

I ’m the team stylist THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

My

Mac

My favorite South Orange restaurant is:

Aryioshi

Favorite food:

Jamaican

Green’s Career statistics

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Chi cago

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LeBr on

James

Favorite professional athlete:

If I could have dinner with three people, I would choose:

Trey Songz, my best fri end Tamiya and Kev in Hart

Favorite movie:

Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

My dream job:

from a

Friday ESPN

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Gett ing

experi ence

legend

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2009-10 30-14 740/24.7 71-252 .282 30-126 .238 14-25 .560 32 56 88 2.9 45 0 24 53 18 14 186 6.2 2010-11 28-6 322/11.5 34-126 .270 22-82 .268 2-5 .400 7 19 26 0.9 28 0 6 36 2 7 92 3.3 2011-12 31-1 693/22.4 79-226 .350 47-149 .315 11-16 .688 10 47 57 1.8 41 1 27 33 12 17 216 7.0 TOTAL

89-21 1755/19.7 184-604 .304 99-357 .277 27-46 .587 49 122 171 1.9 114 1 57 122 32 38 494 5.6 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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BREANNA JONES SENIOR / FORWARD / 6-0 HOMETOWN: SPRINGFIELD, VA. HIGH SCHOOL: HAMPTON

POINTS

6 at Pittsburgh

FG’s

3 at Pittsburgh

FGA

4 three times

3PFG

N/A

3PFGA N/A FT’s

2 vs Alabama

FTA

2 twice

REBOUNDS

5 five times

ASSISTS

1 four times

STEALS

1 seven times

BLOCKS

2 vs Connecticut

MINUTES

22 at Marquette


QUESTIONNAIRE

JUNIOR (2011-12) Joined team as a walk-on prior to the season... Played in 25 games and made one start...Recorded averages of 1.0 points and 2.8 rebounds per game...Tallied a career-high six points, going 3-for-4 from the floor and matched her personal-best at SHU with five rebounds in 20 minutes off the bench in a victory at Pittsburgh... Hauled in five rebounds against #23 DePaul...Made her first start for Seton Hall at Marquette and grabbed five boards in a season-high 22 minutes...Registered five rebounds in consecutive games against Stony Brook and William & Mary...Set SHU career-highs with five rebounds and two blocked shots against #3 Connecticut...Grabbed four rebounds at Hofstra... Scored four points, snatched four rebounds and added a steal against Old Dominion in the Pirates’ Paradise Jam finale...Snagged four rebounds in four minutes in a win at New Hampshire

FRESHMAN (2009-10 AT HAMPTON) Played in 31 games, making 20 starts for the Pirates... Averaged 4.4 points and 5.5 rebounds... Led team in rebounding on nine occasions... Played 10 minutes in NCAA First Round against Duke.

ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

UniQue

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I

like

video

games

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

My

laptop

My favorite South Orange restaurant is:

The

Village

Favorite movie:

PRIOR TO SETON HALL Played varsity basketball all 4 years at Episcopal... Averaged 10 points a game as a freshman, named AllPatriot District and to the Book Jammin’ All-Tournament Team... Averaged 16.9 points, 1.2 blocks and two steals a game as a senior, named All-Conference... Also played volleyball her sophomore, junior and senior seasons, earning All-Conference honors as a senior...

JONES’s Career statistics

Coming

to

Working

for

My dream job:

green

America a

company

My dream spot to visit:

Nice,

France

If I could have dinner with three people, I would choose:

President

Obama,

Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice Why Seton Hall?

like the location, my education and I

the

basketball

team.

Best thing playing in Walsh?

Playing our

in

fans.

front

of

Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

Playing and

for

gaining

experience

a

legend

more

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2011-12 25-1 278/11.1 11-32 .344 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 25 44 69 2.8 30 0 4 12 4 9 24 1.0 TOTAL 25-1 278/11.1 11-32 .344 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 25 44 69 2.8 30 0 4 12 4 9 24 1.0 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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MASEKO’s Career Highs

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ALEXANDRA MASEKO SENIOR / FORWARD / 6-2 HOMETOWN: HARARE, ZIMBABWE HIGH SCHOOL: ARUNDEL SECONDARY SCHOOL

POINTS

12 vs Michigan

FG’s

5 twice

FGA

9 twice

3PFG

N/A

3PFGA

1 vs Michigan

FT’s

6 vs Louisiana Tech

FTA

6 vs Louisiana Tech

REBOUNDS

9 twice

ASSISTS

3 vs William and Mary

STEALS

3 at Marquette

BLOCKS

3 three times

MINUTES

37 vs Alabama


JUNIOR (2011-12)

Sophomore (2010-11)

Appeared in all 31 games, making 28 starts…Averaged 3.5 points and 4.7 rebounds per game…Finished second on the team in rebounds per game and blocks…Grabbed six rebounds against #16 Louisville… Recorded four points, seven rebounds and two blocks at Pittsburgh…Swatted three shots at #24 Rutgers, tying a career-high...Pulled down five rebounds against St. John’s…Hauled in eight rebounds at Villanova… Recorded five rebounds and two assists against #23 DePaul…Shot 3-for-3 from the floor, scoring seven points to go with six rebounds and two steals at USF…Snatched five boards and made two steals at West Virginia…Had five rebounds, two assists and a personal-best three steals at Marquette…Converted all three of her field goal attempts to finish with six points against #2 Notre Dame…Came down with six rebounds at Memphis…Posted seven rebounds and career-highs of three assists and three blocks against William & Mary…Matched a personal-best with five field goals against Stony Brook, finishing with 11 points and six rebounds…Contributed seven points and four rebounds against Drexel…Grabbed six rebounds at Hofstra…Had career-highs of nine rebounds and 37 minutes against Alabama in the Paradise Jam…Tallied eight points, shooting a career-best 6-for-6 from the charity stripe and pulled down eight rebounds, including six on the offensive glass in a againstLouisiana Tech in the Paradise Jam opener…Set career-highs of 12 points and three blocks to go with seven rebounds against Michigan…Recorded six rebounds, two assists and two blocked shots at Army…Finished a perfect 3-for-3 from the field against Florida Gulf Coast, scoring six points and adding four rebounds and two blocks

Appeared in 26 games, including nine starts ...Averaged 1.8 points and 1.8 rebounds... Blocked a team-high 11 shots...Had four points and two rebounds against Rutgers... Grabbed two rebounds and blocked a shot at Connecticut...Started and played six minutes against Villanova...Grabbed three boards in 14 minutes against Marquette... Had four points, three rebounds and a block while making the start at Cincinnati... Played a career-high 25 minutes at Notre Dame...Scored four points in seven minutes at DePaul...Tied career-high with two blocked shots against Rhode Island...Had three points and two rebounds in 11 minutes against Hofstra... Played 10 minutes in reserve at Drexel...Blocked a career-high two shots at St. John’s...Added two points and a rebound off the bench at William and Mary... Had six points and a career-high nine rebounds at Delaware State...Set career-highs with eight points and 24 minutes of playing time in the consolation game of the Junkanoo Jam against Auburn...Grabbed four rebounds against Army...Had two rebounds and two steals against LSU...Totaled two points and a careerhigh five rebounds while making first career start against Temple...Had two points and two rebounds off the bench at Florida Gulf Coast.

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Freshman (2009-10) Averaged 0.4 points and 0.8 rebounds in five games...Did not dress against St. John’s or Marquette due to injury...Pulled down one rebound in five minutes against Syracuse...Played a career-high 11 minutes against Connecticut, grabbing a rebound...Scored her first career field goal against Delaware State...Played a minute in reserve at Colorado...Grabbed a rebound in her collegiate debut against Arkansas State.

Prior to Seton Hall Captained the Zimbabwe Under-20 team while playing for her country in the 2007 All-Africa Games, the Zimbabwe National Youth Games and the Zone VI Youth Games...Team captain of the Arundel Secondary School Basketball team in 2007...In 2006, was named the Most Improved Player in the Mashonaland Basketball Association while playing for the Varsity Leopards...Also suited up for Camco in the Harare Basketball Association in 2007.

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QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Unique!

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I’m

half

German

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

Chocolate

Favorite movie:

Step

Brothers

My dream job:

To be a travel journalist My dream spot to visit:

MASEKO’s Career statistics

Jamaica

Favorite professional athlete:

Kristy

Coventry

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Travel

If I could have dinner with three people, I would choose:

Bob

Marley,

Kofi

Annan

Maya

Angelou

and

Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

The

amount

knowledge

how

much

I

I

of

gain

and

develop

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2009-10 5-0 25/5.0 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 3 4 0.8 8 0 0 3 0 0 2 0.4 2010-11 26-9 281/10.8 17-47 .362 0-0 .000 13-22 .591 22 25 47 1.8 54 1 4 20 11 6 47 1.8 2011-12 31-28 767/24.7 45-127 .354 0-1 .000 19-35 .543 71 76 147 4.7 102 7 21 70 26 16 109 3.5 TOTAL 62-37 1073/17.3 63-179 .352 0-1 .000 32-57 .561 94 104 198 3.2 164 8 25 93 37 22 158 2.5 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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MORRIS’s Career Highs

2

BRITTANY MORRIS SENIOR / GUARD / 5-6 HOMETOWN: RALEIGH, N.C. HIGH SCHOOL: BROUGHTON

POINTS

26 at Marquette

FG’s

10 at Marquette

FGA

18 at Marquette

3PFG

5 twice

3PFGA

10 three times

FT’s

5 three times

FTA

7 vs USF

REBOUNDS

7 twice

ASSISTS

5 twice

STEALS

3 twice

BLOCKS

2 vs Wake Forest

MINUTES

38 three times


JUNIOR (2011-12) Started all 31 games for the Pirates...Posted averages of 11.0 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game... Led the team in three-pointers made and three-point field goal percentage...Ranked second on the squad in points and assists per contest...Tallied 14 points and handed out two assists against Villanova in the opening round of the BIG EAST Championship... Scored seven points and dished out three assists in a triumph at Pittsburgh...Recorded 14 points and two steals at #24 Rutgers...Registered eight points and two assists against Cincinnati...Posted nine points and three rebounds at #14 Georgetown...Finished with nine points and four assists against #23 DePaul...Netted 13 points and had four assists against Syracuse...Poured in 24 points and shot 4-for-7 from downtown to go with a career-high five assists at West Virginia...Set career-highs in points (26) and field goals made and attempted (10-for-18) and matched career-highs in three-pointers made and attempted (5-for-10), and 38 minutes played at Marquette...Recorded five points and two steals against #2 Notre Dame...Contributed 12 points and four assists at Memphis...Scored 11 points and added two steals and two assists against William & Mary...Set career-highs in minutes (38), three-pointers made (5) and three-pointers attempted (10) in a 19-point effort against Stony Brook...Tallied 13 points, two steals and two assists against Drexel...Posted eight points and five rebounds against #3 Connecticut... Registered 11 points, four rebounds, two blocks and two steals against Wake Forest...Poured in 22 points while converting on 8-of-13 field goal attempts at Hofstra... Scored 20 points for the first time in her career against

Old Dominion in the final game of the Paradise Jam... Had 12 points and four rebounds against Alabama... Tallied nine points and grabbed four rebounds in the opening game of the Paradise Jam against Louisiana Tech... Matched a personal-best with seven rebounds to go with six points and two steals against Michigan... Posted 12 points on 4-of-7 shooting from downtown at New Hampshire... Contributed seven points and six rebounds at Army... Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds to go with five points against Florida Gulf Coast.

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Sophomore (2010-11) Made 17 starts...Averaged 6.7 points and 2.1 rebounds...Sank a team-high 42 three-pointers...Scored eight points against Syracuse in the BIG EAST Championship First Round...Tied career-high with 12 points on a new-best four three-pointers at Connecticut...Had five points and four rebounds against Villanova...Tied her career-high with three three-pointers at Cincinnati...Scored five points at Notre Dame...Had six points, three rebounds and two steals against Providence...Totaled 10 points at USF...Scored 11 points and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds at DePaul...Hit a pair of three-pointers for six points against St. John’s...Scored nine points against Pittsburgh...Tied career-highs with three three-pointers and three steals against West Virginia...Set career-highs with five assists, three steals and 38 minutes played against Rhode Island...Posted six points and two rebounds against LaSalle...Had nine points, four rebounds and two assists against Hofstra...Tied career-highs with 12 points, six rebounds and three three-pointers at Drexel...Totaled six points and three rebounds at St. John’s...Contributed six points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals at William and Mary...Had five points and three assists at Delaware State...Scored four points off the bench against Auburn in the consolation game of the Junkanoo Jam...Had three rebounds and two assists against Army...Scored a career-high 12 points against Massachusetts...Netted eight points against LSU...Had career-highs with nine points and three three-pointers while starting against Temple...Scored six points at Florida Gulf Coast, tying her career-high with two made three-pointers.

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FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Prior to Seton Hall

Appeared in 19 games, including one start... Averaged 1.9 points...Made first start in the BIG EAST Championship First Round against Syracuse, setting career-highs with eight points, six rebounds and three assists in 37 minutes...Tied her career-high with six points at Georgetown, hitting a personal-best two three-pointers...Grabbed a rebound in eight minutes off the bench against Louisville...Saw nine minutes in reserve at Pittsburgh...Had three points and two rebounds in a career-high 16 minutes against USF... Played three minutes in reserve against St. John’s...Saw three minutes off the bench at Villanova...Had three points, two rebounds and an assist at Providence... Sank a three-pointer at Marquette...Hit first career three-pointer against Syracuse...Scored a career-high six points in 10 minutes against Delaware State...Played five minutes in reserve at Colorado and blocked first career shot...Scored four points on 2-of-3 shooting in her collegiate debut against Arkansas State.

Comes from Broughton High School, which produced the legendary “Pistol” Pete Maravich and former Duke Blue Devil Shavlik Randolph... Four-year starter with over 1,350 career points...Averaged 15.1 points, 3.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 3.1 steals in her final campaign...As a senior, was named to the Cap 7 First Team All-Conference squad... McDonald’s All-American Game nominee...Garnered Most Valuable Player honors at the GlaxoSmithKline Invitational, where she set a tournament record with seven 3-pointers in one game...Member of Garner Flames AAU team, which finished third nationally three times during her career and won the North Carolina state championship every year for its age group from 10U-16U.


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

My dream job:

Driven

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I ’m

slightly

a

Sports

professional

don’t

lose

My favorite South Orange restaurant is:

Stony’s

Favorite food:

Baked

beans

Favorite movie:

morris’s Career statistics

Love

&

Basketball

or

athlete

My dream spot to visit:

nerd

Paris

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

iPod When I

agent

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

it

Save to

it

and

charity

donate

Best thing about playing in Walsh?

The close atmosphere Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

There is a lot of

opportunity and a high level of competition

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2009-10 19-1 156/8.2 14-53 .264 8-39 .205 0-0 .000 4 10 14 0.7 15 0 6 12 2 4 36 1.9 2010-11 29-17 659/22.7 64-190 .337 42-135 .311 24-39 .615 13 49 62 2.1 73 1 38 62 5 32 194 6.7 2011-12 31-31 918/29.6 119-332 .358 54-168 .321 49-66 .742 14 65 59 2.5 80 3 58 85 3 20 341 11.0 TOTAL 59-49 1733/21.9 197-575 .343 104-342 .304 73-105 .695 31 124 155 2.0 168 4 102 159 10 56 571 7.2 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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JANEE JOHNSON JUNIOR / FORWARD / 6-1 HOMETOWN: MATTHEWS, N.C. HIGH SCHOOL: PROVIDENCE DAY


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Eclectic

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

Music

Favorite movie:

FRESHMAN at duke (2009-10)

A

Missed season due to torn ACL.

Boondock

Saints

Beautiful

Mind

My dream job:

HIGH SCHOOL / PERSONAL Averaged 12.1 points, 7.0 boards, 3.5 steals, and 1.6 assists in senior year at Providence Day High School… Named NCISAA All-State First Team in 2008-09… Earned All-Conference, Charlotte Weekly Super Team second team, Charlotte Observer All-Observer third team and Charlotte Observer All-Mecklenburg County second team accolades…Led team to three state championship games and back-to-back North Carolina Independent Schools 3A State Championships… Compiled 1,200 career points at Providence Day School…Honorable Mention All-America by the

Sporting News in 2008…Named All-Conference as a junior…In the final recruiting rankings, was 62nd (Blue Star Report) and 91st (ASGR)…Honorable Mention AllAmerica by the Sporting News as a sophomore…Led her Providence Day squad to a 30-4 record and a No. 3 national ranking…Selected to the Nike Junior Phenom All-American All-Star team in 2007…Attended the Adidas Top Ten Camp Select…Led the Garner Flames to the AAU Regional and State Championships…Played her freshman year at Butler H.S. in Matthews, N.C.… Selected to the Nike Junior Phenom All-American AllStar team…Born March 12, 1991.

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

it !

Barrack Obama, Malcolm G ladwell and Coach Donovan

Favorite food:

Averaged 3.5 points and 4.0 rebounds to help Commodores post a 21-4 record.

Allen

If I could have dinner with three people, I would choose:

Stony’s

SOPHOMORE at gulf coast (2011-12)

Ray

Invest

My favorite South Orange restaurant is:

Stea k

Favorite professional athlete:

and

Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

She’s

a

Favorite memory about Seton Hall:

Psychiatrist

Being

My dream spot to visit:

service

South

Africa

legend !

at

a

the

Pirate

community program

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simmons’s Career Highs

11

KA’DEIDRE SIMMONS JUNIOR / GUARD / 5-8 HOMETOWN: NEWARK, N.J. HIGH SCHOOL: MALCOLM X. SHABAZZ

POINTS

19 at Florida Gulf Coast

FG’s

7 at Florida Gulf Coast

FGA

14 at Connecticut

3PFG

2 three times

3PFGA

6 at Connecticut

FT’s

6 vs Temple

FTA

8 at Florida Gulf Coast

REBOUNDS

7 twice

ASSISTS

5 three times

STEALS

6 at William and Mary

BLOCKS

1 three times

MINUTES

40 at St. John’s


SOPHOMORE (2011-12) Sat out entire season due to a knee injury.

FRESHMAN (2010-11) Played in all 30 games, making 27 starts...Named to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team...Averaged 7.2 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists...Had four points and four assists at Louisville...Posted six points, four rebounds and four assists at Connecticut...Had 14 points, four rebounds and a career-high tying five assists against Villanova...Put up eight points and three assists against Marquette...Had four points, three rebounds, two assists and four steals at Cincinnati... Scored seven points at Notre Dame...Totaled five points and four assists against Providence...Had three rebounds and four assists at DePaul...Posted eight points, three rebounds and two assists against Pittsburgh...Scored eight points at Syracuse...Added five points, two assists and two steals against Rhode Island...Totaled seven points, four rebounds and five assists against LaSalle...Had 10 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals against Hofstra...Posted nine points, three rebounds and a career-high four assists at Drexel...Played 40 minutes at St. John’s, registering nine points, two rebounds and two assists...

Had 13 points, six rebounds and a career-high six steals at William and Mary...Collected six points, three assists and two steals at Delaware State...Had eight points, three assists and two steals against Auburn in the consolation game of the Junkanoo Jam...Totaled nine points and four rebounds against Boston College in the opening game of the Junkanoo Jam...Had 12 points and four rebounds against Army...Made first career start against Massachusetts and totaled nine points and two rebounds...Posted seven points and four rebounds against LSU...Went for 10 points, three rebounds and three steals against Temple...Had game-highs of 19 points and seven rebounds in her collegiate debut at Florida Gulf Coast.

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Prior to Seton Hall Ranked 53rd overall and 16th among point guards in the ESPNU HoopGurlz 100...McDonald’s All-American Game nominee...Parade Magazine All-America Notable Nominee ...As a senior, averaged 11.4 points, 7.0 assists and 2.0 steals...A 1,000-point scorer for her career...Averaged 12.9 points, 5.6 assists and 2.4 steals as a junior while earning First Team All-State honors in addition to Watchung Conference and Essex County Player of the Year awards... Led Shabazz to the NJSIAA Group 3 championship, picking up Most Valuable Player recognition for her efforts...Earned numerous MVP awards throughout her junior year at various tournaments...Member of three state championship and three Essex County championship teams...Also helped Shabazz to one Tournament of Champions title.

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QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Determined

Buy

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I ’m afraid of all bugs ! THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

My

cell

phone

Favorite movie:

Twilight.

My dream job:

Playing

All

pro

of

them!

ball

My dream spot to visit:

Las

SIMMONS’s Career statistics

Vegas

Favorite professional athlete:

Lebron

“King”

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

my

dream

Why Seton Hall?

car

Playing in the BIG

EAST and being close to my family

Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

She gets the most

out of you and pushes you to your max

Favorite memory about Seton Hall:

Our trip to the Ba h a mas

James

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2010-11 30-27 892/29.7 68-245 .278 13-64 .203 66-95 .695 20 59 79 2.6 65 0 72 94 3 46 215 7.2 2011-12 MEDICAL RED-SHIRT TOTAL 30-27 892/29.7 68-245 .278 13-64 .203 66-95 .695 20 59 79 2.6 65 0 72 94 3 46 215 7.2

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BRITTANY WEBB JUNIOR / CENTER / 6-4 HOMETOWN: NEW YORK, N.Y. HIGH SCHOOL: ST. MICHAEL ACADEMY


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Best thing about playing for Coach Donovan:

Outgoing

She

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I am bear

a

big

teddy

iPod

2011-12 AT ASA Honorable mention honors on the NJCAA All-American list… averaged nine points to go with a team-high 6.9 rebounds and 1.7 blocks at ASA in Brooklyn, N.Y…. Helped guide the Avengers to a 22-5 record and reach the District C Division I Semifinals.

HIGH SCHOOL / PERSONAL Helped the Eagles to a 78-11 record in her three seasons and was rated the 16th-best center in the 2010 class by ESPN Hoop Gurlz…ESPN Rise All-NY Metro Fourth-Team selection in 2009 after helping the Eagles to CHSAA Class AA and NYSFSSAA titles.

so

to

she me

post

herself can

The

f i rst

the

school

I

Favorite food:

Fried

player

a

relate

Favorite memory about Seton Hall:

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

My

was

chicken

came

to

time visit

Favorite movie:

What does it mean to you to be a Pirate?

Friday

It’s

My dream job:

play

great

Lawyer

and

My dream spot to visit:

The

Virgin

an

honor to for such a program

coaching

staff

Islands

BEST DRESSED TEAMMATE:

Brittany

Webb

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Buy

my

house

momma

a

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BRA’SHEY ALI SOPHOMORE / FORWARD / 6-0 HOMETOWN: PLAINFIELD, N.J. HIGH SCHOOL: NAZARETH (N.Y.)


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Funny

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I

eat

a

lot

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

Gushers

snacks

Favorite food:

FRESHMAN (2011-12 AT KENTUCKY) Scored four points and grabbed three boards at Mississippi State...Scored two points, grabbed two boards and blocked a shot in five minutes of play at Alabama...Scored four points on 2-2 shooting and grabbed two rebounds at Tennessee while playing an SEC-high 13 minutes...Played her first SEC game vs. Ole Miss, grabbing five boards, blocking one shot and getting a steal in eight minutes...Made the most of her minutes against No. 10 Louisville, going 2-2 from the field, scoring four points and registering one steal... Has made her last five field goal attempts... Had the best game of her young career against Mississippi Valley State, shooting a perfect 3-3 from the field while recording career highs in points (7), rebounds (4), assists (1), blocks (3) and minutes played (15)...Played eight minutes against Sam Houston State, blocking one shot and grabbing one rebound... Had three rebounds and two points in five minutes of action vs. Jacksonville State... Pulled down one rebound at Morehead State in five minutes of action.

HIGH SCHOOL / PERSONAL Originally from Plainfield, N.J., and varsity basketball at Nazareth High School in Brooklyn, N.Y...Ranked as the No. 19 forward in the Class of 2011 by the Blue Star Basketball recruiting service...Averaged 12 points, five rebounds and two steals per game as a senior at Nazareth...Helped lead Nazareth to a 23-9 overall record during her senior campaign and the CHSAA Class AA State Championship...Also won the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions title with Nazareth... Played her first three seasons of high school basketball at St. Michael Academy in Manhattan, N.Y.... Won a state championship with St. Michael Academy in 2009.

Chicken &

Basket ball

My dream job:

College coach

Basketball

My dream spot to visit:

The in

Staples

Los

Center

Angeles

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Buy

a

Kobe

Bryant,

Keyshia

Cole Good

Meagan

WHY SETON HALL?

Being home the

close

and

BIG

and

to

playing

EAST

in

Favorite memory about Seton Hall:

Favorite movie:

Love

If I could have dinner with three people, I would choose:

house

Meeting

with

them

am

coaches to

I

and

Seton

the

telling

coming

Hall.

What does it mean to you to be a Pirate?

It

means

have

a

lot

that of

responsibilities the in

court

the

and

I

on

classrooM

also

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BROWN’s Career Highs

5

ALEXIS BROWN SOPHOMORE / GUARD / 5-8 HOMETOWN: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. HIGH SCHOOL: POTTER’S HOUSE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

POINTS

8 twice

FG’s

4 vs Villanova

FGA

8 vs Villanova

3PFG N/A 3PFGA

2 at Georgetown

FT’s

8 vs Connecticut

FTA

8 vs Connecticut

REBOUNDS

9 twice

ASSISTS

3 twice

STEALS

4 vs Notre Dame

BLOCKS

1 twice

MINUTES

35 vs Cincinnati


FRESHMAN (2011-12) Played in 23 games, making 12 starts after missing the first seven games of the year with a knee injury... Averaged 3.0 points and 4.3 rebounds per game... Finished third on team with 23 steals and tied for third in rebounds per contest...Scored eight points and tied her personal-best with nine rebounds against Villanova in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament...Hauled in six rebounds and had three steals in 27 minutes of action in a win at Pittsburgh...Logged 35 minutes against Cincinnati, grabbing six rebounds...Recorded five rebounds at #14 Georgetown...Had five rebounds at Villanova...Registered seven rebounds against #23 DePaul...Picked up four steals and snatched five rebounds in 32 minutes against #3 Notre Dame... Grabbed five boards at Memphis...Made first collegiate start against Howard, scoring seven points and adding four rebounds and three steals...Matched her careerhigh with three assists against William & Mary...Posted seven rebounds against Drexel...Scored eight points on 8-for-8 shooting from the foul line and recorded four rebounds against #2 Connecticut...Set a career-high with three assists against Wake Forest...Recorded four points, nine rebounds and two assists in her collegiate debut at Hofstra

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Prior to Seton Hall Fundamentally sound and noted for her aggressive play ...2011 McDonald’s All-American game nominee...Guided Potter’s House to a No. 6 ranking in the Powerade Fab 50 with a final record of 36-2 as a senior...Co-MVP of her high school team as a junior while helping the squad to a 38-4 record and the National Christian School Athletic Association national championship...Played for the eight-time defending Florida AAU champion Jacksonville Lady Rams...Sporting News honorable mention All-American as a junior.

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QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Goofy

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I

like

writing

poetry

Buy my Mom a house IF I COULD HAVE DINNER WITH THREE PEOPLE, I WOULD CHOOSE:

Regina King,

Tarij P. Henson and

Favorite FOOD:

Erin Hart

My dream job:

It is a great

Soul To

food

play

WNBA

or

Why Seton Hall?

in

the

overseas

My dream spot to visit:

Barbados Seimone and

environment

Favorite memory about Seton Hall:

The Groove Boston

and J. Cole concerts Favorite memory about Seton Hall:

Favorite professional athlete:

BROWN’s Career statistics

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Augustus

Lebron

Everything

James

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2011-12 23-12 498/21.7 28-90 .311 0-5 .000 12-21 .571 31 69 100 4.3 56 3 21 43 2 23 68 3.0 TOTAL 23-12 498/21.7 28-90 .311 0-5 .000 12-21 .571 31 69 100 4.3 56 3 21 43 2 23 68 3.0 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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CHIZOBA EKEDIGWE SOPHOMORE / CENTER / 6-5 HOMETOWN: LAUREL, MD. HIGH SCHOOL: ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI

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POINTS

5 vs Florida Gulf Coast

FG’s

2 vs Florida Gulf Coast

FGA

2 three times

3PFG N/A 3PFGA N/A FT’s

2 three times

FTA

4 at Army

REBOUNDS

6 vs Alabama

ASSISTS

1 twice

STEALS

1 vs Old Dominion

BLOCKS N/A MINUTES

16 vs Florida Gulf Coast


FRESHMAN (2011-12) Played in 20 games...Logged seven minutes and grabbed a rebound in a victory at Pittsburgh...Scored two points in eight minutes of action against #3 Notre Dame...Returned to action at Memphis after missing three games with a concussion and scored two points...Pulled down a career-high six rebounds in 11 minutes against Alabama in the Pirates’ second game of the Paradise Jam...Snatched four rebounds at New Hampshire...Recorded four boards at Army... Played a career-high 16 minutes in her collegiate debut against Florida Gulf Coast, netting five points on 2-for-2 shooting and grabbing four rebounds.

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Prior to Seton Hall 2011 McDonald’s All-American game nominee...Averaged 10 points, 10 rebounds and over three blocks per game as a junior...Led the IAAM Conference with 82 blocks on the season...Played both forward and center for the Blue Star Maryland club team...Member of both the Spanish and National Honor Society, as well as the Varsity Club and the volleyball team.

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QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Unique

I

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

love

play

to

the

sing

and

clarinet

my favorite south orange restaurant is:

Chris’

Restaurant

Favorite FOOD:

Barbecue

ribs

Favorite MOVIE:

White

Chicks

My dream job:

Nurse

Practitioner

Rome,

Italy

My dream spot to visit:

EKEDIGWE’s Career statistics

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Give poor

money

in

to

Nigeria

the

IF I COULD HAVE DINNER WITH THREE PEOPLE, I WOULD CHOOSE:

Frank Ocean,

Adele and Rihanna

best thing about playing in walsh:

Walsh has an

energetic atmosphere BEST THING ABOUT PLAYING FOR COACH DONOVAN:

To learn the game through her eyes

what does it mean to you to be a pirate?

To be strong and loya l

TOTAL 3-PT REBOUNDS YEAR GP-GS MIN/AVG FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT FTM-A PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO AST TO BLK STL PTS AVG 2011-12 20-0 129/6.5 3-11 .273 0-0 .000 8-12 .667 8 16 24 1.2 17 0 2 5 0 1 14 0.7 TOTAL 20-0 129/6.5 3-11 .273 0-0 .000 8-12 .667 8 16 24 1.2 17 0 2 5 0 1 14 0.7 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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SIDNEY COOK FRESHMAN / FORWARD / 6-2 HOMETOWN: PARKTON, N.C. HIGH SCHOOL: SOUTH VIEW


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Exotic

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I wear a size men’s shoe

Producer favorite wnba team:

13

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

My

phone

my favorite south orange restaurant is:

Chris’

Diner

Favorite food:

Caribbean PRIOR TO SETON HALL Rated #63 player in the nation by All-Star Girls Basketball Report… Ranked 17th best forward and 84th overall by ESPN Hoop Gurlz… Named AP All-State following senior season… Compiled more than 1,000 points at South View High School in just two seasons after transferring from Southmoore High School after sophomore year… Set school’s single-game record with 20 rebounds… Led South View to back-to-back 4-A Eastern Regional championship games… Invited to USA Basketball U17 National Team Trials in 2010… Named Mid South Player of the Year for the 2010-11 season… Earned First Team All-State Honors by the Fayetteville Observer and MaxPreps.com in 2010-11.

food

Favorite movie:

Sound

of

Music

My dream job:

Atlanta

Dream

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Blow

it

all

IF I COULD HAVE DINNER WITH THREE PEOPLE, I WOULD CHOOSE:

God, Steve Jobs and Rihanna

What does it mean to you to be a Pirate?

Dedication hard

work

and

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SHANNISE HEADY FRESHMAN / FORWARD / 5-11 HOMETOWN: HAZEL CREST, ILL. HIGH SCHOOL: HILLCREST


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Easy

going

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I

like

to

ice

skate

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

My

phone

Favorite food:

Breakfast

food

Favorite movie:

The

Lion

King

My dream job:

PRIOR TO SETON HALL Scored over 1,500 points at Hillcrest High School…Named All-State Second Team by the Chicago Tribune following her senior season … Named Suburban Conference Player of the Year for 2010-11 … Listed as the #73 player in the class of 2012 by the Jump-Off Plus Report.

To

be

athlete

a

professional

my dream spot to visit:

Sweden

and

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

Go

on

cruise

a

two-week

WHY SETON HALL?

The the

environment,

people

basketball

and

the

program

best thing about playing for coach donovan:

There is so much to learn! What does it mean to you to be a Pirate?

Commitment dedication

and

Norway

my professional athlete:

LeBron

James

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JASMINE McCALL FRESHMAN / GUARD / 5-9 HOMETOWN: MANALAPAN, N.J. HIGH SCHOOL: MANALAPAN


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Shy

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I

do

not

movies

like

Provide scary

Caesar

Favorite movie:

The

Avengers

My dream job:

PRIOR TO SETON HALL Listed as the #33 player in New Jersey by MSG Varsity and the 59th best guard by ESPN Hoop Gurlz… Compiled over 1,000 points at Manalapan High School… Named 2011-12 All-Freehold Regional High School District First Team… Averaged 21.2 points as a senior and was named All-Shore Second Team and A North Division First Team… Broke school record, scoring 38 points in a game against Freehold… Played AAU ball with the New Jersey Demons, who won a state championship in 2010… Averaged 17.1 points and was named to the Shore Conference All-Division First team in 2011.

To

work

sports

in

field

the

my dream spot to visit:

Italy

to

for

my

and

the

give

community

WHY SETON HALL?

is

back

close

to

home, has great academics, a nice

Aryioshi

Favorite food:

family

It

my favorite south orange restaurant is:

Chicken

If I had a million dollars, the first thing I would do:

salad

campus

and

basketball

a

great

program

best thing about playing for coach donovan:

Her knowledge

about the game of basketball

favorite memory about seton hall:

Meeting

the

team

my professional athlete:

Derrick

Rose

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TABATHA RICHARDSON-SMITH FRESHMAN / FORWARD / 6-0 HOMETOWN: BAY CITY, TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL: BAY CITY


QUESTIONNAIRE ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE MYSELF:

Outgoing

ONE THING YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT ME:

I

dance

J ’S

my favorite south orange restaurant is:

Shop

Favorite food:

Burgers PRIOR TO SETON HALL Strong all-around player that was ranked #3 player in South Texas by River City Hoop Scoop… Averaged 31.6 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 4.5 steals in 2011-12… Selected to Class 4A All-State Team by the Texas Girls Coaches Association… Named Victoria Advocate’s and District 23-4A’s 2012 Offensive Player of the Year… Played three seasons at Seguin High School before transferring to Bay City for senior year… Played for Sophia Young’s AAU Elite Team.

and

f r ies

Favorite movie:

All

of

To

play

WNBA

the

Friday’s

in

the

my dream spot to visit:

The

THE ONE THING I TAKE ON EVERY ROAD TRIP:

Waffle

My dream job:

Bahamas

favorite wnba team:

LA

Sparks

my professional athlete:

Candace

Parker

Kevin

Durant

Kobe

Bryant,

and

If I could have dinner with three people, i would choose:

Kevin Lisa

Durant

Leslie

and

best thing about playing for coach donovan:

That she is a Ha ll of Fa mer

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ELAINE SWABY

JAZZMINE JOHNSON

JUNIOR / FORWARD / 6-1 HOMETOWN: PATERSON, N.J. HIGH SCHOOL: JOHN F. KENNEDY

JUNIOR / GUARD / 5-8 HOMETOWN: GLEN DALE, MD. HIGH SCHOOL: RIDGE VIEW, S.C.


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Tours / Trips

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Athletic Training / Strength & Conditioning ATHLETIC TRAINING The primary objective of the Seton Hall sports medicine staff is to provide the highest quality of evidenced based health care to the University’s student-athletes. In so doing we strive to limit risk and exposure to injury mechanisms, provide immediate response to all medical needs of the student-athlete and rehabilitate any and all injuries suffered by the student-athlete. The three main goals of the Seton Hall University sports medicine staff are that all student-athletes are safe and free of injury, all student-athletes achieve their maximum athletic potential, and all Seton Hall University Athletic teams achieve BIG EAST Conference success.

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Seton Hall student-athletes enjoy a 2,500-square foot varsity weight room, which opened in the fall of 1997. The facility offers versatile, multi-purpose and comprehensive upper and lower body strength training equipment. Among the features of the facility are an Olympic lifting area and cardiovascular equipment such as Stairmasters, treadmills, bicycles and a versaclimber. The room offers free weights, target-loaded machines and circuit training stations. Khyl Farrison, Angelo Gingerelli & Nanna Rivers work with each team to provide expert coaching and guidance.

ATHLETIC TRAINING STAFF DIRECTORY

Anthony Testa Director of Sports Medicine

Margeritte Carlson Assistant Athletic Trainer

Chris Esperon Assistant Athletic Trainer

Mallory Klapsogeorge Assistant Athletic Trainer

Michita Toda Assistant Athletic Trainer

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING DIRECTORY

Khyl Farrison

Angelo Gingerelli

Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

Strength & Conditioning Coordinator

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Academic Support Intercollegiate athletics is a rewarding extracurricular activity that can add a special dimension to student life. At Seton Hall, all student-athletes participate in the academic counseling program. Director of Academic Support Services for student-athletes, Matt Geibel, and his staff help ensure that student-athletes successfully balance their commitments to academics and athletics.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES DIRECTORY

Geibel, Associate Director Amanda DiDonato, Academic Advisor Ryan Westman and two graduate assistant, Marissa Muoio and Zachary Romash provide support along with learning consultants and numerous tutors. They monitor classroom performance by maintaining contact with faculty, monitoring study halls, facilitating advisement and overseeing compliance with university and NCAA academic regulations. The office of Academic Support also coordinates all institutional, regional and national award recognition.

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Matt Geibel Director of Academic Support Services

Amanda DiDonato Associate Director of Academic Support Services

Ryan Westman Academic Advisor

Zachary Romash Academic Advisor


Community Service COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTORY

Melanie Calderwood Coordinator for Student-Athlete Development and Special Projects

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All-Time Letterwinners A Kim Allen Tonya Alleyne Cindy Allman Leslie Ardon Tajay Ashmeade Erika Ashmon Carol Axmann

C 1996-98 1987-92 1982-86 1999-03 2010-12 1998-00 1981-85

B

Gail Becker Rose Ann Bertsha Tiffani Blackman Monique Blake Cheryl Bode Ashley Booker Linda Boraczewski Gloria Bradley Latoya Brookins Jodi Brooks Tracy Brooks Alexis Brown LaNedra Brown Shantel Brown Nancy Brupbacher Lisa Brune Simona Burgess Ashley Bush Kim Busichio

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F

1973-75 1975-77 2010-11 2003-07 1974-76 2006-10 1973-74 1980-84 1994-98 1990-94 1991-93 2011-pres. 2002-04 2005-09 1983-84 1975-76 1999-03 2001-05 1994-98

Harmonie Callinda Chris Callaghan Lois Carpenter Asia Carroll Pam Cerruti Olga Chambers Leslie Chavies Molly Clancy Claudia Colo Julie Costello Jasmine Crew Robin Crudup Robin Cunningham Letitia Curry

2005-06 1982-83 1975-79 2001-05 1974-78 1978-82 1975-79 1995-96 1979-80 2002-06 2010-12 1973-77 1974-78 2007-10

D

Elizabeth Fahy Leslie Fairbanks Sarah Fisher Marcia Foster Janice Frazier Starr Fuller

1973-74 1980-84 1996-98 1980-84 1981-83 1997-01

G

Gretchen Gaskin Danielle Golay Ozelina Gorham Kandice Green Terry Green Cheryl Greybush Tracey Gunning

2007-08 1995-98 1978-82 2008-11 2009-pres. 1984-88 1978-82

Danielle Davis Janet Dempsey Donna Dourney Tine Duelund Kris Durham

1995-99 1976-77 1975-77 2000-04 1989-91

E Chizoba Ekedigwe

Cortne Ellis Nicole Emery

2011-pres. 2003-05 2005-10

H

Amber Harris Gennifer Harrison Michelle Hart Debbie Hartnett Toronda Hayes Andrea Hayward Shanai Heber Tahnee Heins Nicosia Henry Tammy Hohmann

2003-08 1986-91 1986-90 1985-89 1997-01 1983-84 2008-10 1993-97 2010-pres. 1986-90

Pam Holmes Sonja Horbowyj Mary Lou Hughes

1980-82 1979-83 1973-74

J

Patti Jaworski Devin Jefferson Dawn Johnson Jazzmine Johnson Monica Johnson Breanna Jones Kim Jones Lisa Jones Kashmere Joseph

1979-83 1998-01 1991-95 2010-pres. 2002-05 2011-pres. 1986-90 1987-91 2007-pres.

K

Pam Kapuscienski Karen Karosy Kathy Keating Maureen Keenan Marian Kemps Christine Koren Heta Korpivaara Cindy Kraft Sue Kupec

1978-82 1980 1973-75 1973-75 1973-75 1995-98 2003-07 1974-75 1983-87


All-Time Letterwinners L

Annick Labadie Mari Lee Laboda Melissa Langelier Kimya Lee Monique Lee Kelly Leibensperger Cecilia Lindqvist Ruth Lovelace

M Amanda Makarewicz Phyllis Mangina Chris Mapp Shamona Marable Kim Marsh Alexandra Maseko Merri Matsil Fangela McClain Suzanne Mesko Brittney Messina Cathy Meyer Sandy Mitchell Kelley Moore Arminda Moreno Brittany Morris Elizbieta Mukosiej Susan Murray Mary Ellen Myers

2004--07 1974-76 2001-04 1990-94 1997-98 1983-84 1999-03 1989-92

1991-95 1977-81 1973-76 1992-94 1990-94 2009-pres. 1982-83 1975-77 1984-86 2005-09 1973-74 1994-98 1988-92 1998-01 2009-pres. 2006-08 1998-02 1984-88

N Stacey Nagle Kendra Nelson Patty Nolan

1998-99 1992-95 1976-80

O Helen O’Connor Kathy O’Reilly

1973-74 1984-88

P Sue Paul Monee Perry Ayanna Phillip Debbie Polcer Delores Pryzbylski Kathy Pund

1973-77 2001-02 2000-05 1982-84 1976-80 1973-76

Q Texlin Quinney

1992-96

R Jadis Rhodin Laura Rizzo Hazel Roberts Karen Roeske Yolanda Rouse

W

S Geraldine Saintilus Cindy Scruggs Keri Shutz Ka-Deidre Simmons Pam Simmons Veronica Sims Loraine Simunek Naimah Smith Marybeth Stein Tara Stevens Nikole Sullivan Elaine Swaby

1985-89 1976-80 2002-06 2010-pres. 1982-83 1988-92 1982-86 1998-02 1973-75 1988-92 2004-08 2010-pres.

1991-95 1995-97 1981-82 2007-10 1999-00 1998-99 1976-80 1988-90 2005-09 2008-11 1993-97

Y

T Carolyn Thierfelder Charlene Thomas Becky Tingley Linda Tjepkema Stacey Townsend Tynetta Turner

Rukaiyah Walker Erica Weir Mary Wheeler Ebonie Williams Synia Willis Sarah Wishard Barb Withers Marya Withers Noteisha Womack Whitney Wood Dana Wynne

Tracy Young

1985-87

1985-89 2000-04 1990-92 1975-78 1998-02 1992-96

V 2005-09 1977-81 1984-86 1973-74 1998-00

Jeanne Vallerie

1982-86

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Stats & Records CAREER RECORDS SCORING 1. Geraldine Saintilus (’85-89) 2. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 3 Debbie Hartnett (’85-89) 4. Dana Wynne (’93-97) 5. Jodi Brooks (’90-94)

1804 1668 1632 1622 1558

ASSISTS 1. Kathy O’Reilly (’85-89) 533 2. Jodi Brooks (’90-94) 441 Phyllis Mangina (’77-81) 441 4. Christine Koren (’95-98) 389 5. Cindy Allman (’82-86) 346 STEALS 1. Phyllis Mangina (’77-81) 269 2. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 252 3. Jodi Brooks (’90-94) 240 4. Leslie Chavies (’75-79) 212 5. Ashley Bush (’01-05) 204

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 250 attempts) 1. Gloria Bradley (‘80-84) 474-829 .572 2. Carolyn Thierfelder (‘85-89) 174-307 .567 3. Noteisha Womack (‘05-09) 341-655 .521 4. Amber Harris (‘03-08) 186-363 .512 5. Dawn Johnson (‘91-95) 544-1115 .488 FREE THROWS MADE 1. Dana Wynne (’93-97) 2. Geraldine Saintilus (’85-89) 3. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 4. Leslie Fairbanks (’80-84) 5. Kandice Green (’08-11)

BLOCKS 1. Dawn Johnson (’91-95) 221 2. Gloria Bradley (’80-84) 189 3. Monique Blake (’03-07) 153 4. Dana Wynne (’93-97) 138 5. Kelley Moore (’88-92) 131 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Geraldine Saintilus (’85-89) 2. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 3. Debbie Hartnett (’85-89) 4. Leslie Chavies (’75-79) 5. Dana Wynne (’93-97) REBOUNDS 1. Dana Wynne (’93-97) 2. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 3. Gloria Bradley (’80-84) 4. Monique Blake (’03-07) 5. Patti Jaworski (’79-83) 86

1265 1224 964 873 835

725 665 649 615 614

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Leslie Chavies (’75-79) 1756 2. Geraldine Saintilus (’85-89) 1576 3. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 1536 4. Debbie Hartnett (’85-89) 1418 5. Jodi Brooks (’90-94) 1415

391 349 338 333 318

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Dana Wynne (’93-97) 589 2. Ozelina Gorham (’78-82) 566 3. Geraldine Saintilus (’85-89) 463 4. Leslie Fairbanks (’80-84) 456 5. Kandice Green (’08-11) 439 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min.) 100 attempts) 1. Ebonie Williams (‘07-10) 149-179 .832 2. Kris Durham (‘89-91) 160-194 .825 3. Jasmine Crew (‘10-12) 233-284 .820 4. Debbie Hartnett (‘85-89) 257-316 .813 5. Naimah Smith (‘98-02) 158-195 .810 3-PT. FG MADE 1. Ebonie Williams (’07-10) Jodi Brooks (’90-94) 3. Melissa Langelier (‘01-04) 4. Cecilia Lindqvist (‘99-03) 5. Jadis Rhodin (’05-09)

156 156 110 109 104

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTED 1. Ebonie Williams (’07-10) 2. Jodi Brooks (’90-94) 3. Jadis Rhodin (’05-09) 4. Melissa Langelier (‘01-04) 5. Terry Green (’09-12 )

445 397 359 357 355

3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE (min. 50 attempts) 1. Kris Durham (‘89-91) 62-152 2. Debbie Hartnett (‘85-89) 77-198 3. Christine Koren (‘95-98) 76-193 4. Jodi Brooks (‘90-94) 156-397 5. Keri Shutz (‘02-06) 36-99

.408 .398 .394 .393 364


Stats & Records SINGLE SEASON RECORDS POINTS 1. Geraldine Saintilus 2. Jodi Brooks 3. Jasmine Crew 4. Debbie Hartnett 5. Dana Wynne

609 595 577 532 526

1988-89 1993-94 2011-12 1987-88 1995-96

REBOUNDS 1. Dana Wynne 415 1994-95 2. Ozelina Gorham 385 1978-79 3. Dana Wynne 372 1995-96 4. Gloria Bradley 331 1983-84 5. Patti Jaworski 326 1978-79 REBOUND AVERAGE 1. Dana Wynne 12.8 * 1995-96 2. Dana Wynne 12.6 1994-95 3. Ozelina Gorham 12.4 1978-79 4. Gloria Bradley 12.3 1983-84 5. Ozelina Gorham 11.5 1979-80

3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Ebonie Williams 69 2009-10 2. Jodi Brooks 56 1993-94 3. Brittany Morris 54 2011-12 Jodi Brooks 54 1992-93 5. Ebonie Williams 49 2008-09

ASSISTS 1. Kathy O’Reilly 158 1987-88 2. Christine Koren 155 1997-98 3. Phyllis Mangina 151 1979-80 4. Jodi Brooks 144 1993-94 5. Tonya Alleyne 143 1989-90

3-PT. FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Jodi Brooks .424 2. Tahnee Heins .418 3. Debbie Hartnett .413 4. Jodi Brooks .394

STEALS 1. Jodi Brooks 2. Ozelina Gorham 3. Phyllis Mangina 4. Phyllis Mangina 5. Gloria Bradley SCORING AVERAGE 1. Geraldine Saintilus 21.8 2. Jasmine Crew 18.6 Jodi Brooks 18.6 4. Debbie Hartnett 18.3 5. Dana Wynne 18.1

1988-89 2011-12 1993-94 1987-88 1995-96

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min 50 attempts) 1. Debbie Hartnett .897 1986-87 2. Amanda Makarewicz .854 1991-92 3. Naimah Smith .851 1999-00 4. Kathy O’Reilly .848 1987-88 5. Ebonie Williams .845 2008-09

95 77 76 74 70

1993-94 1980-81 1978-79 1980-81 1982-83

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Dawn Johnson 78 2. Gloria Bradley 67 3. Dawn Johnson 65 4. Gloria Bradley 58 5. Dawn Johnson 52

1994-95 1982-83 1992-93 1983-84 1993-94

1993-94 1994-95 1987-88 1992-93

* - denotes national leader

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Geraldine Saintilus 243 1988-89 2. Debbie Hartnett 220 1987-88 3. Jodi Brooks 218 1993-94 4. Dana Wynne 203 1995-96 5. Danielle Golay 195 1997-98 FREE THROWS MADE 1. Jasmine Crew 167 2011-12 2. Kandice Green 130 2009-10 3. Arminda Moreno 123 2000-01 4. Leslie Fairbanks 120 1982-83 5. Geraldine Saintilus 119 1988-89 SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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Stats & Records SINGLE-GAME RECORDS TEAM

INDIVIDUAL POINTS 36, Geraldine Saintilus, vs. St. John’s, 1/4/89 REBOUNDS 25, Ozelina Gorham vs. Scranton, 1/9/79 ASSISTS 14, Kathy O’Reilley vs. St. John’s, 1/25/86 FIELD GOALS MADE 14, Geraldine Saintilus vs. Syracuse, 2/6/88 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 90.9 (10-11), Danielle Golay vs. Miami, 1/3/98 FREE THROWS MADE 16, Jasmine Crew vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/24/11 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 21, Jasmine Crew vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/24/11 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (10-10), Nicole Emery vs. Villanova, 2/7/09 3-PT. FG MADE 7, Debbie Hartnett vs. Hofstra, 12/17/88 7, Terry Green vs. DePaul, 1/28/12 3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS 13, Cecilia Lindqvist vs. Rutgers, 1/8/00

STEALS 10, Ozelina Gorham vs. Yale, 2/18/81 10, Phyllis Mangina vs. St. Peter’s, 1/19/78

MOST POINTS SCORED 102, vs. St. Francis (N.Y.), 12/1/87 102, vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 12/27/86

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 47, vs. George Washington, 12/10/00 47, vs. Howard, 1/27/88

BLOCKED SHOTS 8, Kathy Keating vs. St. Peter’s, 2/5/75

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 14, vs. Upsala, 2/28/74

FT PERCENTAGE 100.0 (13-13), vs. Villanova, 1/18/03 100.0 (10-10), at Rhode Island, 11/24/09

MINUTES PLAYED 45, Jasmine Crew vs. Alabama, 11/25/11

MARGIN OF VICTORY 61, vs. Drew, 1974-75(77-16) MOST REBOUNDS 63, vs. Niagara, 11/24/90 FIELD GOALS MADE 44, vs. St. Francis, 12/1/87 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .688, vs. Wagner, 1/12/82 3-PT. FG MADE 11, vs. Syracuse, 2/13/08 11, vs. Drexel, 12/12/11 3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS 26, vs. Syracuse, 1/5/10 26, vs. Notre Dame, 1/2/97 3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE 72.7 (8-11), vs. Providence, 1/25/03 FREE THROWS MADE 34, vs. Northeastern, 12/2/95

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ASSISTS 30, vs. Providence, 2/16/94 BLOCKED SHOTS 14, vs. Ball State, 11/20/04 STEALS 24, vs. Lafayette, 12/13/93


All-Time Awards / Honors Kodak Honorable Mention All-America 1996-97 Dana Wynne 1995-96 Dana Wynne 1994-95 Dana Wynne 1993-94 Jodi Brooks 1988-89 Geraldine Saintilus* * previously named All-District Team NCAA Division I Statistical Champion 1995-96 Dana Wynne (Rebounding) United States Select Team 1996 Dana Wynne US Olympic Festival 1995 Dana Wynne (gold medal) 1986 Geraldine Saintilus NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship 1994-95 Dawn Johnson NCAA Ethnic & Minority Post-Graduate Scholarship 1991-92 Tonya Alleyne Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team 2004-05 Ashley Bush Converse District 2 Coach of the Year 1993-94 Phyllis Mangina NCAA Midwest Regional All-Tournament Team 1993-94 Jodi Brooks ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA District 2 All-Academic Team

2006-07 Heta Korpivaara (2nd Team) 2004-05 Ashley Bush (1st Team)

2003-04 Ashley Bush (2nd Team) 1994-95 Dawn Johnson 1993-94 Jodi Brooks ECAC All-Star Team 1995-96 Dana Wynne 1994-95 Dana Wynne 1993-94 Jodi Brooks Robbins/ECAC Scholar-Athlete 1993-94 Jodi Brooks Metropolitan Coach of the Year 1994-95 Phyllis Mangina 1993-94 Phyllis Mangina Metropolitan Player of the Year 1996-97 Dana Wynne 1993-94 Jodi Brooks All-Metropolitan 2011-12 Jasmine Crew (2nd Team) 2008-09 Noteisha Womack (1st Team) Ebonie Williams (2nd Team) 2007-08 Noteisha Womack (2nd Team) 2006-07 Monique Blake (2nd Team) 2004-05 Ashley Bush (1st Team) 2003-04 Ashley Bush (2nd Team) BIG EAST Coach of the Year 1993-94 Phyllis Mangina 1989-90 Phyllis Mangina BIG EAST Freshman of the Year 1985-86 Geraldine Saintilus BIG EAST Sportsmanship Award 2002-03 Leslie Ardon

BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004-05 Ashley Bush 1988-89 Geraldine Saintilus BIG EAST All-Conference 2011-12 Jasmine Crew (2nd Team) 2010-11 Ka-Deidre Simmons (All-Freshman) 2008-09 Noteisha Womack (2nd Team) Kandice Green (All-Freshman) 2007-08 Ebonie Williams (All-Freshman) 2006-07 Ela Mukosiej (Honorable Mention) 2005-06 Monique Blake (Honorable Mention) 2004-05 Ashley Bush (3rd Team) 2003-04 Monique Blake (All-Freshman) Heta Korpivaara (All-Freshman) 2000-01 Arminda Moreno (3rd Team) 1997-98 Danielle Golay (2nd Team) 1996-97 Dana Wynne (2nd Team) 1995-96 Dana Wynne (1st Team) Danielle Golay (All-Rookie) 1994-95 Dana Wynne (1st Team) Dawn Johnson (2nd Team) Sandy Mitchell (All-Rookie) 1993-94 Jodi Brooks (1st Team) Dawn Johnson (3rd Team) Dana Wynne (All-Rookie) 1992-93 Jodi Brooks (2nd Team) 1991-92 Dawn Johnson (All-Rookie) Amanda Makarewicz (All-Rookie) 1990-91 Kelley Moore (3rd Team) Kris Durham (3rd Team) Jodi Brooks (All-Rookie) 1989-90 Kris Durham (2nd Team) 1988-89 Geraldine Saintilus (1st Team) Debbie Hartnett (2nd Team) Kelley Moore (All-Rookie) 1987-88 Debbie Hartnett (2nd Team) 1985-86 Geraldine Saintilus (All-Freshman)

Debbie Hartnett (All-Freshman) 1984-85 Kathy O’Reilly (All-Freshman) 1983-84 Gloria Bradley (1st Team) Leslie Fairbanks (2nd Team) BIG EAST Player of the Week 2011-12 Jasmine Crew (11/21) 2007-08 Noteisha Womack (12/31) 2004-05 Monique Blake (12/27, 1/10) Ashley Bush (1/31) 2000-01 Arminda Moreno (12/11, 2/5) 1998-99 Starr Fuller (1/4) 1996-97 Dana Wynne (1/27) 1995-96 Tahnee Heins (12/18) Dana Wynne (1/2) 1994-95 Dawn Johnson (12/19) Rukaiyah Walker (12/5) Dana Wynne (12/27) 1993-94 Jodi Brooks (1/10, 1/30) 1991-92 Kelley Moore (12/2) 1990-91 Kelley Moore (12/17) 1989-90 Kelley Moore (1/29) 1988-89 Debbie Hartnett (12/19) Geraldine Saintilus (1/23) 1986-87 Kathy O’Reilly (12/1) 1982-83 Gloria Bradley (1/23) BIG EAST Rookie of the Week 2008-09 Kandice Green (11/24, 12/15, 2/9) 2007-08 Ebonie Williams (12/10) 2006-07 Ashley Booker (12/11) 2005-06 Shantel Brown (1/9) 2002-03 Heta Korpivaara (12/15, 2/16) 2000-01 Charlene Thomas (2/5) 1995-96 Danielle Golay (12/11, 12/27) 1994-95 Sandy Mitchell (2/13) 1993-94 Dana Wynne (1/16) 1992-93 Texlin Quinney (12/14) SETON HALL GAME PROGRAM

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All-Time Awards / Honors 1991-92 1990-91 1988-89 1987-88 1985-86 1984-85

Amanda Makarewicz (12/23) Jodi Brooks (2/17) Kelley Moore (1/23) Alicia Jones (12/13) Debbie Hartnett (12/9, 2/10, 2/17, 2/24) Geraldine Saintilus (1/6, 1/20, 1/27) Kathy O’Reilly (12/24, 2/18)

BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll 2011-12 Jasmine Crew (11/14, 12/12, 2/20) 2009-10 Kandice Green (12/21) Ebonie Williams (12/28) 2008-09 Noteisha Womack (12/22, 12/29, 1/12) 2006-07 Ela Mukosiej (1/29, 2/5, 2/12) Monique Blake (2/27) 2005-06 Heta Korpivaara (12/20) BIG EAST Academic All-Stars 2011-12 Nicosia Henry, Jazzmine Johnson, Alexandra Maseko, Elaine Swaby 2010-11 Jazzmine Johnson, Kashmere Joseph, Alexandra Maseko, Brittany Morris 2009-10 Ashley Booker, Alexandra Maseko, Brittany Morris 2008-09 Shanai Heber 2007-08 Ashley Booker, Shantel Brown, Nicole Emery, Gretchen Gaskin, Amber Harris, Nikole Sullivan 2006-07 Annick Labadie, Heta Korpivaara, Ashley Booker, Ela Mukosiej, Nikole Sullivan, Monique Blake 2005-06 Julie Costello, Nicole Emery, Heta Korpivaara 2004-05 Annick Labadie, Ashley Bush, Heta Korpivaara, Ayanna Phillip, Nikole Sullivan, Julie Costello 2003-04 LaNedra Brown, Ashley Bush, Julie Costello, Tine Duelund, 90

Heta Korpivaara, Melissa Langelier, Ayanna Phillip, Charlene Thomas 2002-03 Leslie Ardon, Ashley Bush, LaNedra Brown, Julie Costello, Tine Duelund, Melissa Langelier 2001-02 Leslie Ardon, LaNedra Brown, Ashley Bush, Tine Duelund, Cecilia Lindqvist, Monee Perry 2000-01 Leslie Ardon, Tine Duelund, Devin Jefferson, Arminda Moreno 1999-00 Leslie Ardon, Cecilia Lindqvist 1998-99 Danielle Davis, Devin Jefferson, Yolanda Rouse, Sarah Wishard 1997-98 Kim Busichio, Danielle Davis, Sarah Fisher,Christine Koren 1996-97 Kim Busichio, Danielle Davis, Sarah Fisher,Tahnee Heins, Christine Koren, Sandy Mitchell, Erica Weir, Dana Wynne 1994-95 Dawn Johnson, Amanda Makarewicz 1993-94 Dawn Johnson, Kimya Lee, Amanda Makarewicz 1992-93 Jodi Brooks, Kimya Lee, Amanda Makarewicz 1991-92 Kimya Lee, Tara Stevens, Becky Tingley 1990-91 Tara Stevens New Jersey Coach of the Year 1994-95 Phyllis Mangina 1993-94 Phyllis Mangina New Jersey Player of the Year 1996-97 Dana Wynne 1995-96 Dana Wynne 1994-95 Dawn Johnson 1993-94 Jodi Brooks 1988-89 Geraldine Saintilus 1983-84 Gloria Bradley

New Jersey Team of the Year 1994-95 Seton Hall 1993-94 Seton Hall New Jersey All-Star Team 1999-00 Starr Fuller Arminda Moreno 1998-99 Arminda Moreno 1997-98 Danielle Golay 1996-97 Dana Wynne 1995-96 Dana Wynne 1994-95 Dawn Johnson, Dana Wynne 1993-94 Jodi Brooks, Shamona Marable 1992-93 Jodi Brooks 1988-89 Debbie Hartnett, Geraldine Saintilus 1987-88 Geraldine Saintilus 1983-84 Gloria Bradley Sam Kaplan Award (New Jersey Scholar-Athlete) 1994-95 Dawn Johnson Ben Johnson Memorial Award (NJ Freshman Scholar-Athlete) 1994-95 Sandy Mitchell 1990-91 Jodi Brooks NJAIAW All-Conference 1980-81 Ozelina Gorham (1st team) 1977-78 Leslie Chavies (2nd team) Seton Hall Athletic Hall of Fame Geraldine Saintilus (inducted Feb. 4, 2010) Dana Wynne (inducted March 3, 2004) Jodi Brooks (inducted Jan. 20, 2002) Ozelina Gorham (inducted Sept. 20,1997) Pam Cerruti (inducted Nov. 23, 1991) Phyllis Mangina (inducted Nov. 23, 1991) Sue Dilley (inducted Oct. 14, 1989)

Leslie Chavies (inducted May 2, 1986) Robin Cunningham (inducted April 7, 1984) Seton Hall Female Athlete of the Year 2006-07 Monique Blake 1996-97 Dana Wynne 1995-96 Dana Wynne Seton Hall Female Senior Athlete of the Year 2008-09 Noteisha Womack (co-winner) 2004-05 Ashley Bush (co-winner) 2001-02 Susan Murray (co-winner) 2000-01 Arminda Moreno (co-winner) 1994-95 Dawn Johnson (co-winner) 1993-94 Jodi Brooks Seton Hall Female Junior Athlete of the Year 2006-07 Ela Mukosiej 2003-04 Ashley Bush (co-winner) Seton Hall Female Sophomore Athlete of the Year 2004-05 Monique Blake 1994-95 Dana Wynne Seton Hall Female Freshman Athlete of the Year 2008-09 Kandice Green (co-winner) 2005-06 Shantel Brown 1990-91 Amanda Makarewicz Seton Hall Female Freshman Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004-05 Annick Labadie


Annie’s Angels Pirate Blue

THE STORY OF ANNIE’S ANGELS Hall of Fame player and coach Anne Donovan’s arrival at Seton Hall in April 2009 brought a renewed sense of optimism for the future of Seton Hall women’s basketball. There was no doubt that the program would eventually be able to hold its own in the BIG EAST, the nation’s toughest conference. Sensing a need to ignite a spark, a group of alumni and friends founded Annie’s Angels in 2010, the support club for the Seton Hall women’s basketball program. Annie’s Angels’ primary mission is to raise awareness for Anne Donovan’s program and encourage Seton Hall supporters to attend home games at Walsh. So far, the results have been tremendous. Working in partnership with the Department of Athletics marketing and promotions staff, home attendance jumped drastically in 2010-2011, there was an 85% increase over the prior season, but there is more work to be done.

The Seton Hall men’s basketball team, whose home court is the Prudential Center in Newark, played two NIT games to packed houses Walsh Gym last season. The noise from the crowd was deafening - the enthusiasm and fan support overwhelming. Seeing the unequivocal home court advantage that Walsh Gym delivered - a raucous, sold out crowd is now the ultimate goal for our women’s program for every game at Walsh. And Annie’s Angels is helping us achieve that goal. It is up to us, our volunteers and supporters to do all that we can to help Coach Donovan build the Seton Hall women’s basketball program into one of the premier college teams in the nation. To find out what you can do to be a part of Annie’s Angels, email Chuck Guariglia, ’64 at : guarigliac@yahoo.com.

BRYAN FELT

JAY JUDGE

Assoc. Ath. Dir. Development & External Affairs

Assistant Ath. Dir. Development

The goal of the Pirate Varsity Club is to recognize and honor all former Seton Hall varsity student-athletes for their dedication, excellence, and contributions to Pirate athletics. The PVC aims to: • Provide social and professional interactions for PVC members • Help our current student-athletes get a fast start to life after graduation

MARY LAVERTY

BRIAN BURKE

• Identify ambassadors for Seton Hall athletics

Secretary Pirate Blue Athletic Fund

Graduate Assistant Pirate Blue Athletic Fund

As a member of the PVC you will share camaraderie among a diverse group of remarkable men and women. Whether your collegiate athletic career ended last season or 60 years ago, whether you live in New Jersey or on the other side of the country, you are forever connected to Seton Hall Athletics. Please consider joining the Pirate Varsity Club by making a gift to the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund by contacting the Pirate Blue office at 973-275-6447 or make your donation online at www. pirateblue.com.

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