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2016-2017 MEDIA ROSTER

#0 Alaysia READY

FR./G/5-7/Jacksonville, Ark.

MEDIA ROSTER #2 Taylor ROSS

SR/G/5-6/Plfugerville, Texas

#3 Chanell HAYES

SO/G/5-11?Texarkana, Texas

#4 Kennedy HARRIS

SO/G/5-8/Austin, Texas

#10 Brentney BRANCH

#12 Kia FISKER

#21 Stevi PARKER

#22 Taylor JACKSON

#23 Riley HARVEY

#25 Danielle ROGERS

#32 Imani JOHNSON

#55Adrienne LEWIS

SR/G/5-6/Houston, Texas

FR/F/6-0/Howe, Texas

Mark KELLOGG Head Coach

SO/F-C/6-2/Aarhus, Denmark

JR/F/6-2/DeSoto, Texas

Leonard BISHOP

Assistant Coach

RS JR/F/6-0/Bixby, Okla.

RS SO/F/6-0/Lee’s Summit, Mo.

Jayci STONE

Assistant Coach

#5 Lovisa BRUNNBERG

FR/G-F/Stockholm, Sweden

JR/G/5-5/Frisco, Texas

SR/C/6-1/DeSoto, Texas

Jessica GRAYSON Assistant Coach


TABLE OF CONTENTS/QUICK FACTS

2016 LADYJACK BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS 2016 LADYJACK BASKETBALL

Quick Facts/Schedule...................................................2 Media Information.......................................................3 2016 Commissioner’s Cup Champions..........................4

2016 LADYJACKS

Numerical Roster..........................................................6 Alphabetical Roster......................................................6 Lumberjacks By Position..............................................7 Lumberjacks By Class...................................................7 Lumberjacks By Geography..........................................7 Meet the Ladyjacks.................................................. 8-9 Lumberjack Returner Bios.................................... 10-16 Lumberjack Newcomer Bios................................. 17-20

LADYJACK COACHING STAFF

Head Coach Mark Kellogg..................................... 22-23 Kellogg’s All-time Head-To-Head Records..................23 Lumberjack Support Staff.................................... 24-26

LADYJACK RECORD BOOK

Game-Highs/Overtime History...................................65 All-Time Ladyjacks Roster..........................................66 Yearly Statistical Leaders (Since 1977).......................67 Ladyjack Single Game Records...................................68 Ladyjack Single Season Individual Records.......... 69-70 Ladyjack Career Reords........................................ 70-71 Ladyjack Single Season Team Records........................71

THIS IS STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

2015-16 Year in Review........................................ 73-74 SFA Head Coaches......................................................74 University President Dr. Baker Pattillo........................75 Stephen F. Austin Board of Regents............................75 Athletic Director Robert Hill.......................................76 Southland Conference................................................77 2016 SLC Preseason Basketball Polls..........................77

CREDITS

The 2016 Stephen F. Austin football media guide is an official publication of the SFA Media Relations office. MANAGING EDITOR AND PRINCIPLE DESIGN: Rand Champion - Director of Athletic Media Relations RESEARCH AND EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE: Drew Hastings, Nathan Slinkard, Courtney Ford, Rachel Owens and Hunter Sowards - Media Relations Student Assistants PHOTOGRAPHY: Hardy Meredith, Stephanie Ballard, Cody DeRouen and Jacy Watson - SFA Marketing Communications; Daily Sentinel COVER DESIGNS: Keri Burns- Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations PRINTING: Stephen F. Austin Printing Services

2015 SEASON IN REVIEW

2015 Results..............................................................28 2015 Season Statistics.......................................... 29-44

2016 OPPONENTS

2016 Opponent Information................................ 45-47

LADYJACK BASKETBALL HISTORY

Year-By-Year Results..................................................48 All-Time Ladyjack Head Coaches.......................... 49-54 All-Time Opponent Series..................................... 55-63 Lumberjack All-Conference Honors............................63

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QUICK FACTS 2016 - 2017 SCHEDULE

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Name........................................................................ Stephen F. Austin State University Abbreviation.......................................................................................................... SFA Location.........................................................................................Nacogdoches, Texas Founded................................................................................................................1923 Nickname.......................................................................................................Ladyjacks Colors..................................................................................................Purple and White Affiliation..............................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference...................................................................................................Southland Stadium...........................................................................William R. Johnson Colisuem President............................................................................................Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director.........................................................................................Robert Hill Associate AD (Compliance)...................................................................... Matt Fenley Associate AD (External Affairs)...............................................................John Branch Assistant AD (Business Affairs)................................................................Rob Meyers Assistant AD (Academic Services)....................................................Rob McDermand Head Basketball Trainer/SWA...............................................................Loree McCary

COACHING STAFF Head Coach..............................................................................................Mark Kellogg Alma Mater.............Austin College (1998) Record at SFA ............ 18-12 (2nd season) Career Record ..........268-77, 11th season Assistant Coach .................................... Leonard Bishop (Texas A&M-Commerce, ‘08) Assistant Coach ............................................................Jayci Stone (Kansas State, ‘08) Assistant Coach .......................................................Jessica Greyson (Austin Peay, ‘05) Basketball Office...............................................................................(936) 468-3208

2015 - 2016 YEAR IN REVIEW 2015 - 2016 Overall Record.................................................................. 18-12 Home.................................................................................................................. 10-4 Away..................................................................................................................... 6-5 Neutral.................................................................................................................. 2-3 2015 - 2016 SLC Record............................................................................... 12-6 (4th) 2015 - 2016 Postseason..........................................0-1 (SLC Tournament First Round) Letterwinners Returning/Lost ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8/5 Newcomers..................................................................................................................5

BASKETBALL INFORMATION First Year of Basketball at SFA....................................................... 1969 (47 seasons) All-Time Record Record......................................................................1005-435 (.698) All-Time SLC Record..............................................................................390-100 (.796) Conference Titles............................................32 (17 Regular Season, 15 Tournament) Last Conference Title...........................................................................................2015 NCAA Post Season Appearances ����������������������������������������������������������������������������18 Last NCAA Appearance.........................................................................................2006 NCAA Post Season Record.................................................................................. 10-18 Home Field ........................................................................Willian R. Johnson Colisuem Capacity..............................................................................................................7.203

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Date

Opponent......................................Location........................ Time (CT)

11/13/16

at South Dakota......................................South Dakota..........................1:00 p.m.

11/16/16

vs.Oklahoma Panhandle State........Nacogdoches, Texas.........7:00 p.m.

11/20/16

at Texas A&M..........................................College Station, Texas.............4:00 p.m.

11/23/16

at George Mason....................................Fairfax, Va...............................6:00 p.m.

11/25/16

at Coppin State.......................................Baltimore, Md.........................3:00 p.m.

11/30/16

vs. LSU-Shreveport.........................Nacogdoches, Texas.........7:00 p.m.

12/3/16

at UTA.....................................................Arlington, Texas......................5:00 p.m.

12/7/16

at Louisiana Tech....................................Ruston, La..............................11:15 p.m.

12/10/16

vs. Montana...................................Nacogdoches, Texas.........5:00 p.m.

12/17/16

vs. UT- Permian Basin.....................Nacogdoches, Texas.........8:00 p.m.

12/20/16

vs. Prairie View A&M.......................Nacogdoches, Texas.........7:00 p.m.

12/31/16

vs. Houston Baptist*.......................Nacogdoches, Texas.........1:30 p.m.

1/2/17

at McNeese*...........................................Lake Charles, La......................5:30 p.m.

1/5/17

vs. Texas A&M- Corpus Christi*.........Nacogdoches, Texas.........7:00 p.m.

1/12/17

at Abliene Christian*..............................Abilene, Texas.........................5:30 p.m.

1/14/17

vs. Nicholls State*..........................Nacogdoches, Texas.........3:30 p.m.

1/21/16

at Incarnate Word*.................................San Antonio, Texas..................1:00 p.m.

1/25/17

vs. Central Arkansas*......................Nacogdoches, Texas.........5:30 p.m.

1/28/17

vs. New Orleans*............................Nacogdoches, Texas.........3:30 p.m.

2/2/17

at Sam Houston State*...........................Huntsville, Texas.....................5:15 p.m.

2/4/17

at Northwestern State*..........................Natchitoches, La,....................1:00 p.m.

2/8/17

at Nicholls State*...................................Thibodaux, La.........................6:00 p.m.

2/11/17

vs. Lamar*.....................................Nacogdoches, Texas.........2:00 p.m.

2/16/17

vs. Abilene Christian*.....................Nacogdoches, Texas.........5:30 p.m.

2/18/17

at Southeastern Louisiana*....................Hammond, La.........................3:00 p.m.

2/23/17

at New Orleans*.....................................New Orleans, La......................5:30 p.m.

2/25/17

at Central Arkansas*...............................Conway, Ark............................4:00 p.m.

3/2/17

vs. Northwestern State*.................Nacogdoches, Texas.........5:30 p.m.

3/4/17

vs. Sam Houston State*..................Nacogdoches, Texas.........3:30 p.m.

03/7/17

vs. TBA............................................................................Katy, Texas

Southland Conference Tournament

*= Southland Conference Game Home Games are bolded

MEDIA INFORMATION Director................................................................................................................Rand Champion Office Phone..................................................................................................(936) 468-2606 Email.....................................................................................................championr@sfasu.edu Assistant Director........................................................................................................Keri Burns Office Phone..................................................................................................(936) 468-5801 Email...........................................................................................................burnsk@sfasu.edu Media Relations Fax...........................................................................................(936) 468-4593 Mailing Address...................................................................................... SFA Athletic Fieldhouse ....................................................................................................... P.O. Box 13010, SFA Station ............................................................................................................Nacogdoches, TX 75962 Website................................................................................................................... SFAJacks.com


MEDIA INFORMATION WE ARE STEPHEN F. AUSTIN We respectfully ask all media outlets to please refer to the university by our official name and abbreviations. The full name of the institution is Stephen F. Austin State University with a preferred written name of Stephen F. Austin. When the name of the university is shortened, the abbreviation should be written as “SFA.” We are not “S.F. Austin,” “Steph. F. Austin” or “S.F. Austin State.” In addition, the correct logo for all SFA athletic programs is as follows:

COVERING THE LUMBERJACKS Media efforts for all 17 Stephen F. Austin intercollegiate athletic programs are coordinated by the SFA Media Relations office. The SFA media relations office is located on the west side of the SFA Fieldhouse, directly north of Homer Bryce Stadium, as the staff is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and starting three hours prior to game days.

LUMBERJACKS OVER THE AIR

For the second-straight season, Stephen F. Austin is offering a new and innovative way to follow the Lumberjacks. SFA reached an agreement with ESPN3 in the spring of 2015 to broadcast home Lumberjack sporting events, including all five SFA home football games. The free broadcast can be reached by visiting ESPN3.com as well as through the WatchESPN app. In addition to football home games, SFA fans can also watch each home soccer, volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball games this season. Live stats and notes will continue to be available at SFAJacks.com.

INTERVIEWS

All interview requests for SFA coaches and student-athletes must be coordinated through the Media Relations office and must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance. Head coach Maek Kellogg is readily accessible to the media as the best times to coordinate interviews are between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Student-athletes are instructed not to conduct any interviews unless it has previously been arranged through the SFA Media Relations office. Cell phone numbers of SFA student-athletes will not be given out to media members and no interview requests will be granted on travel or game days unless previous arrangements are made through the proper sport contact.

SFA MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE

• Purple and gray outline of the “SFA” lettering • Purple star representing Nacogdoches • Registered trademark (official as of fall 2014) The following logos are outdated and no longer in use. We ask that media organizations and institutions cease to use them and replace them with our official athletics logo.

• Red outline of “SFA” lettering

• Gray star representing Nacogdoches

SFA ON SOCIAL MEDIA One of the easiest ways for media outlets and fans to keep up to date with all the latest SFA Athletic news is to follow us on our social media platforms. The official hashtag for all SFA Athletic social media platforms is #AxeEm. /SFALumberjacks /SFAWomensBasketball @SFA_Athletics @SFA_WBB

RAND CHAMPION

CHARLIE HURLEY

KERI BURNS

Director of Media Relations Football, Bowling, Men’s and Women’s Golf

Assistant Director of Media Relations Men’s Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Women’s Tennis

Assistant Director of Media Relations Women’s Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Track and Field, Cross Country

@SFA Athletics @ SFA WBB

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2016 COMMISSIONER’S CUP CHAMPIONS

For the fourth time in seven years, Stephen F. Austin has claimed the Southland Conference Commissioners Cup, given annually to the top overall athletic program across the 13-team conference. The four Cups for SFA ranks second all-time since the competition was instituted in the 2002-03 season. The Lumberjacks tallied 167 points on the year, defeating second-place Sam Houston State by 15.5 points and finishing 19.5 points ahead of third-place Abilene Christian. The total was bolstered by conference championships by women’s soccer, men’s basketball and men’s outdoor track and field, complemented by runner-up showings from men’s and women’s cross country. In addition to its fourth Commissioners Cup, SFA also claimed the women’s All-Sports trophy for the thirdstraight year and the fourth overall. The Ladyjacks racked up 95 points, outlasting second-place Abilene Christian by 3.5 points while racing past third-place McNeese by 20.5 points. Five Ladyjack teams finished in the topthree of their respective sport standings as the lowest an SFA women’s team finished in the conference standings was sixth. The Lumberjack men finished second in the men’s AllSport standings with 72 points, finishing six points back of Sam Houston State and a half point better than thirdplace Lamar. Four men’s teams recorded top-three finishes, giving SFA nine for the year, as the ‘Jacks continue to establish itself among the elite athletic programs in the region. An exclamation point to the award also came in the form of the Ladyjack bowling team, which captured SFA’s first NCAA Division I national championship in April.

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Bowling does not factor into the Commissioners Cup as SFA and Sam Houston State are the only Southland Conference institutions that sponsor the sport. Thanks to the efforts of the department as a whole, SFA had clinched the 2015-16 Commissioners Cup following the completion of the track and field championships and the softball regular season. The victory became official once baseball concluded its season Saturday. The Southland Conference all-sports trophies are awarded annually for men’s and women’s competition based on a 13-point system for all conference sports. Point values are 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1, pending place of finish. Regular-season standings are used for sports that have a conference tournament. The Commissioner’s Cup is awarded to the university compiling the highest combined total of men’s and women’s all-sports points.

SFA COMMISSIONER’S CUP HISTORY COMMISSIONER’S CUP CHAMPIONS (4) 2010, 2012, 2015, 2016 MEN’S ALL-SPORT CHAMPIONS (3) 2010, 2011, 2013 WOMEN’S ALL-SPORT CHAMPIONS (4) 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015

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2015-16 SLC COMMISSIONER’S CUP FINAL STANDINGS School Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State Abilene Christian McNeese Lamar Central Arkansas Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Southeastern Louisiana Incarnate Word Northwestern State Houston Baptist Nicholls New Orleans

Men Women Total 72.0 95.0 167.0 78.0 73.5 151.5 56.0 91.5 147.5 66.0 74.5 140.5 71.5 68.5 140.0 51.5 70.5 122.0 45.0 65.5 110.5 63.0 45.5 107.5 50.5 46.5 97.0 44.5 52.0 96.5 33.5 54.0 87.5 28.0 38.5 66.5 33.5 24.0 57.5

SFA PROGRAM POINTS MEN

Team Finish Pts. Cross Country 2nd 12.0 Football T-5th 8.0 Indoor T&F 3rd 11.0 Basketball 1st 13.0 Golf 5th 9.0 Outdoor T&F 1st 13.0 Baseball T-7th 6.0 TOTAL 72.0

WOMEN

Team Finish Pts. Cross Country 2nd 12.0 Soccer 1st 13.0 Volleyball 3rd 11.0 Indoor T&F 3rd 11.0 Basketball 4th 10.0 Golf T-4th 9.5 Tennis T-3rd 9.5 Softball 6th 8.0 Outdoor T&F 3rd 11.0 TOTAL 95.0


2016 LADYJACK ROSTERS 2016 - 2017 NUMERICAL ROSTER # NAME HT 0 Alaysia Ready 5-7 2 Taylor Ross 5-6 3 Channell Hayes 5-11 4 Kennedy Harris 5-8 5 Lovisa Brunnberg 5-10 10 Brentney Branch 5-6 12 Kia Fisker 6-2 21 Stevi Parker 6-0 22 Taylor Jackson 5-5 23 Riley Harvey 6-0 25 Danielle Rogers 6-2 32 Imani Johnson 6-0 55 Adrienne Lewis 6-1 # NAME HT 10 Brentney Branch 5-6 5 Lovisa Brunnberg 5-10 12 Kia Fisker 6-2 4 Kennedy Harris 5-8 23 Riley Harvey 6-0 3 Chanell Hayes 5-11 22 Taylor Jackson 5-5 32 Imani Johnson 6-0 55 Adrienne Lewis 6-1 21 Stevi Parker 6-0 0 Alaysia Ready 5-7 25 Danielle Rogers 6-2 2 Taylor Ross 5-6

POS G G G G G G F/C F G F F F C POS G G F/C G F G G F C F G F G

Class/EXP FR/HS SR/3L SO/1L SO/1L FR/HS SR/3L SO/TR RS JR/1L JR/TR FR/HS JR/2L RS SO/1L SR/3L

Hometown Jacksonville, Ark. Pflugerville, Texas Texarkana, Texas Austin, Texas Stockholm, Sweden Houston, Texas Aarhus, Denmark Bixby, Okla. Frisco, Texas Howe, Texas DeSoto, Texas Lee’s Summit, Mo. DeSoto, Texas

High School/Last College Little Rock Central HS Pflugerville HS Texas HS Anderson HS BG Lulea Clear Creek HS Aarhus Stratsgymnasium/ Panola Bixby HS/Tulsa Frisco Heritage HS/ Collin College Howe HS Bishop Lynch HS Lee’s Summit North HS/Southeast Missouri State DeSoto HS

2016 - 2017 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

Class/EXP SR/3L FR/HS SO/TR SO/1L FR/HS SO/1L JR/TR RS SO/1L SR/3L RS JR/1L FR/HS JR/2L SR/3L

Hometown Houston, Texas Stockholm, Sweden Aarhus, Denmark Austin, Texas Howe, Texas Texarkana, Texas Frisco, Texas Lee’s Summit, Mo. DeSoto, Texas Bixby, Okla. Jacksonville, Ark. DeSoto, Texas Pflugerville, Texas

High School/Last College Clear Creek HS BG Lulea Aarhus Statsgymnasium/Panola Anderson HS Howe HS Texas HS Frisco Heritage HS/Collin College Lee’s Summit North HS/Southeast Missouri State DeSoto HS Bixby HS/Tulsa Little Rock Central HS Bishop Lynch HS Pflugerville HS

TEAM STAFF Head Coach: Mark Kellogg (Austin College, ‘98) Assistant Coach: Leonard Bishop (Texas A&M-Commerce, ‘08) Assistant Coach: Jayci Stone (Kansas State, ‘08) Assistant Coach: Jessica Grayson (Austin Peay, ‘05) Director of Operations: Kayla Scott (Howard Payne University, ‘13) Graduate Assistant/Video Coordinator: Kristian Branson Student Managers: Codi Denman, Izzy Silva, Aaron Beadle, Kassie Ruzicka, and Bryna Hix Staff Athletic Trainer: Loree McCary (27th year, Kansas State, ‘88) Graduate Athletic Trainer: Cristina Wickersham

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Brentney Branch ......................... BRENT-nee Lovisa Brunnberg ................LOW-visa BrOOn-berg Alaysia Ready ..........................A- LAY-ja Red-EE Adrienne Lewis.............................A-DREE-an Imani Johnson............................. I - mon - EE


2016 ROSTER BREAKDOWNS Freshmen (3): Harvey, Ready, Brunnberg Sophomores (4): Hayes, Harris, Fisker, Johnson Juniors(2): Jackson, Parker Seniors (4): Branch, Ross, Lewis, Rogers

STATE

POSITION

Texas (8) Harvey, Hayes, Harris, Rogers, Jackson, Branch, Ross, Lewis Arkansas (1) Ready Sweden (1) Brunnberg Denmark (1) Fisker Oklahoma (1) Parker Missouri (1) Johnson

Center (1): Lewis Forward (5): Fisker, Johnson, Parker, Rogers, Harvey Guard (7): Harris, Ready, Hayes, Jackson, Branch, Ross, Brunnberg

JUNIORS

FRESHMEN

5-6 ..............................Ross ................................Branch 5-7...........................Ready 5-8........................... Harris 5-10..................Brunnberg 5-11......................... Hayes 6-0........................Johnson ................................Harvey .................................Parker 6-1............................Lewis 6-2..........................Rogers ..................................Fisker

CLASS

SENIORS

HEIGHT 5-5.........................Jackson

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MEET THE LADYJACKS

0 • ALAYSIA READY G • 5-7 • FR/HS

2 • TAYLOR ROSS G • 5-6 • SR/3L

3 • CHANELL HAYES G • 5-11 • SO/1L

4 • KENNEDY HARRIS G • 5-8 • SO/1L

5 • LOVISA BRUNNBERG G • 5-10 • FR/HS

10 • BRENTNEY BRANCH G • 5-6 • SR/3L

12 • KIA FISKER F/C • 6-2 • SO/TR

21 • STEVIE PARKER F • 6-0 • RS JR/1L

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MEET THE LADYJACKS

22 • TAYLOR JACKSON G • 5-5 • JR/TR

23 • RILEY HARVEY F • 6-0 • FR/HS

25 • DANIELLE ROGERS F • 6-2 • SR/2L

32 • IMANI JOHNSON F • 6-0 • RS SO/1L

55 • ADRIENNE LEWIS C • 6-1 • SR/3L

MARK KELLOGG HEAD COACH

LEONARD BISHOP ASSISTANT COACH

JESSICA GRAYSON ASSISTANT COACH

JAYCI STONE ASSISTANT COACH

KRISTIAN BRANSON GRADUATE ASSISTANT

KAYLA SCOTT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

LOREE McCARY ATHLETIC TRAINER

CRISTINA WICKERSHAM GRADUATE ATH. TRAINER

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LADYJACK RETURNER BIOS

TAYLOR ROSS

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HONORS & MARKS -2016 First Team All-SLC -2016 SLC All-Defensive Team -2015 Second Team All-SLC -Member of SFA’s 1,000 point club (1,125 pts) 2015-16 (Junior): First Team All-Southland Conference … Selected to the SLC All-Defensive Team … Recipient of the Lucille Norton Award as the team MVP … Joined SFA’s 1,000-point club after scoring a game-high 25 points in a 72-59 home victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Feb. 13 … Appeared in 28 games and made 28 starts … Led SFA with 462 points, 112 assists and 63 steals on the season … Averaged a career-high 16.5 points, 4.0 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game … Shot 48.8 percent from the field, 42.9 percent from beyond the arc and 69.0 percent from the free throw line … Ranked second on the team by playing 27.9 minutes a game … Scored a career-high 32 points on 13-for-24 shooting against Sam Houston State (3/11) in the quarterfinals of the SLC Tournament … Posted 20 or more points in 11 games and scored in double figures 23 times … Dropped 28 points in the second half against SIUE to lead the Ladyjacks to an 82-74 comeback win in the UMKC Plaza Lights Classic (11/27) … Named the UMKC Plaza Lights Classic MVP after averaging 24 points in two games to help SFA win the tournament title … Helped the Ladyjacks post the best single game threepoint shooting percentage (.765) in the nation for the 201516 season in a win at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Jan. 30, contributing two threes to the cause … Named the SLC Player of the Week on Nov. 30 … Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 of their final 12 games in the regular season to capture the No. 3 seed in the 2016 Southland Conference Tournament. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Part of SFA’s 17th Southland Conference championship ... Second Team All-Southland Conference ... SFA Sue Gunter Offensive MVP award winner ... SLC Player of the Week on November 24 ... Started all 31 games during the season, playing a total of 903 minutes ... Led the

G • 5-6 • SR/3L Plfugerville, Texas Plfugerville HS

team with 145 assists and 68 steals on the year ... Ranked fourth in the SLC with a 1.51 assist to turnover ratio and was third in assists (4.7) and steals per game (2.2) ... Shot .479 (150-for-313) from the field, .370 (17-for-46) from three-point territory and .672 (117-for-174) from the free throw line ... Ranked second on the team in points (434), scoring average (14.0), field goal attempts (313) and field goals made (150) ... Averaged 29.1 minutes per game ... Scored a career-high 26 points (12-for-16 shooting) against Louisiana Tech in the season opener (11/15) ... Scored at least 19 points in the first four games of the season, averaging 23.0 ppg ... Posted double digit points in 23 games, including each of the last eight games of the season ... When scoring at least 15 points in a game, the Ladyjacks were 13-2 ... Recorded a career-high nine assists against UC Riverside (11/28) and Houston Baptist (2/7) ... Swiped a career-high seven steals against Abilene Christian (1/17) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (1/31) ... Helped SFA win 11 straight games to close the regular season. 2013-14 (Freshman):Part of SFA’s 16th Southland Conference championship ... Part of first team in school history to win three games in a postseason tournament ... Reached championship game of Women’s Basketball Invitational ... Appeared in all 36 games, making 28 starts ... Averaged 6.4 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game ... Then-career-high 21 points in win over Texas A&M-Commerce (12/30/13) with 11 rebounds ... Posted 5 or more assists 10 times, team went 9-1 in those contests ... Scored in double digits in 8 games ... Led team with 44 steals ... Career-high 7 assists in win over Boise State during WBI, also added 6 points and 10 rebounds. High School: Two-year starter and letterwinner at Pflugerville ... played point guard under coach Nancy Walling ... averaged 8.8 points 3.4 assists and 3.6 rebounds per game as a senior ... career high 21 points verse DeKaney in state title game ... district 16-5A MVP as a senior ... first-team all-region and allstate as a senior ... 2013 TABC, TGCA all-state performer ... firstteam all-district honors as a junior. Personal: Daughter of Stephen and Lisa Ross ... Kinesiology major.

ROSS’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. Avg. A B S Pts. Avg. 2013-14 36-28 79-219 .361 10-47 .213 61-109 .560 25 108 133 3.69 119 5 44 229 6.4 2014-13 31-31 150-313 .479 17-46 .370 117-174 .672 7 98 105 3.39 145 14 68 434 14.0 ZACH CONQUE164-336 .488 18-42 .429 116-168 .690 30 57 87 3.11 112 7 63 462 16.5 2015-16 28-28 TOTAL 95-87 393-868 .453 45-135 .333 294-451 .652 62 263 325 3.42 376 26 175 1125 11.8

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LADYJACK RETURNER BIOS

CHANELL HAYES G • 5-11 • SO/1L Texarkana, Texas Texas HS

2015-16 (Freshman): Appeared in 25 games, averaging 12.9 minutes per game … Led all Ladyjack freshman and ranked sixth on the team with 5.4 points per game in her freshman season … Hauled in 3.0 rebounds per game and recorded 16 assists and 15 steals during the year … Shot 40.4 percent from the field, 32.0 percent from deep and 68.9 percent from the free throw line … Scored in double figures in eight games, including five in a row from Jan. 21 – Feb. 6 … Dropped 10 points, grabbed a career-high seven rebounds and dished out a careerhigh four assists in her collegiate debut against UT-Tyler (11/13) … Registered a season-best 16 points on 6-for-13 shooting in a 68-52 win over Northwestern State (2/4) … Helped the Ladyjacks post the best single game threepoint shooting percentage (.765) in the nation for the 2015-16 season in a win at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Jan. 30, going 4-for-5 from distance … Suffered a seasonending knee injury against Houston Baptist in SFA’s final home game of the year on Feb. 27 … Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 of their final 12 games in the regular season to capture the No. 3 seed in the 2016 Southland Conference Tournament.

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High School: Played her high school ball at Texas High School in Texarkana, Texas … Tabbed TABC 5A All-Region and TGCA 5A First Team All-State during her senior season in 2014-15 … Also named the District MVP and Texarkana Gazette All-Area Player of the Year in her final campaign … Averaged 23.4 ppg, 8.8 rpg, 4.2 stl and made 84 three-pointers as a senior.

HAYES’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. Avg. A B S Pts. Avg. 2015-16 25-0 44-109 .404 16-50 .320 31-45 .689 31 44 75 3.00 16 4 15 135 5.4 TOTAL 25-0 44-109 .404 16-50 .320 31-45 .689 31 44 75 3.00 16 4 15 135 5.4

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G • 5-8• SO/1L Austin, Texas Anderson HS

2015-16 (Freshman): Appeared in all 30 games, making 23 starts and playing 21.9 minutes per game … Averaged 4.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game while compiling 38 assists and 44 steals on the season … Shot at a 35.8 percent clip from the field … Earned her first career start against Weber State (12/5) and got the starting nod for the remainder of the season … Notched a career-high 11 points on 4-for-7 shooting in a 70-63 win over Sam Houston State (1/23) … Grabbed a careerhigh 10 rebounds in a 64-50 triumph at Houston Baptist (2/6) … Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 of their final 12 games in the regular season to capture the No. 3 seed in the 2016 Southland Conference Tournament. High School: Experienced a highly successful prep career at Anderson High School in Austin, Texas … Was selected to the TABC 6A All-Region team, the TGCA 6A All-State First Team and the TGCA 6A Academic All-State squad during her senior season in 2014-15 … Also garnered District Offensive MVP honors, was tabbed First Team All-District and invited to the TGCA All-Star Game … Averaged a double-double as a senior with 18.0 ppg and 11.4 rpg while swiping 3.3 steals per contest.

HARRIS’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. Avg. A B S Pts. Avg. 2015-16 30-23 44-123 .358 7-29 .241 29-45 .644 32 60 92 3.07 38 1 44 124 4.1 TOTAL 30-23 44-123 .358 7-29 .241 29-45 .644 32 60 92 3.07 38 1 44 124 4.1

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BRENTNEY BRANCH G • 5-6 • SR/3L Houston, Texas Clear Creek HS

HONORS & MARKS - Fourth-best single season three-point field goal total in SFA history (65) - Ranks fifth in SFA history in career three-pointers made (153) 2015-16 (Junior): Appeared in 29 games, made two starts and averaged 20.8 minutes per game … Finished third on the team in scoring with 11.1 points per game … Ranked as high as seventh in the nation during the season in three-point field goal percentage … Made 65 three-pointers for the fourth-best single season total in SFA history … Bumped her career three-point field goal total to 153 after her junior season, moving to fifth on the all-time career list at SFA … Shot 36.7 percent from distance (65-for-177) … Led the team in free throw percentage (76.3%) … Totaled 40 assists and 30 steals for the season … Scored a season-high 21 points in the season opener against UT-Tyler (11/13) and against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (2/13) … Scored in double figures 18 times … Made at least three triples in 12 games and had five threes in three games … Helped the Ladyjacks post the best single game three-point shooting percentage (.765) in the nation for the 2015-16 season in a win at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Jan. 30, going 4-for-5 from distance … Scored 14 of her 19 points in the final 10 minutes of the second half to help the Ladyjacks claim a wild 79-77 comeback victory at Lamar (2/18) … Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 of their final 12 games in the regular season to capture the No. 3 seed in the 2016 Southland Conference Tournament. 2014-15 (Sophomore): Part of SFA’s 17th Southland Conference championship ... Appeared in all 31 games during the season, playing a total of 504 minutes ... Averaged 7.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game while accumulating 24 assists and 10 steals ... Shot .349 (75for-215) from the field, .372 (54-for-145) from three-point BRANCH’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2013-14 30-0 55-152 .362 34-90 .378 2014-15 31-0 75-215 .349 54-145 .372 ZACH CONQUE 2015-16 29-2 114-297 .384 65-177 .367 TOTAL 90-2 244-664 .367 153-412 .371

10 range and .739 (17-for-23) from the free throw line ... Averaged 16.3 minutes per game ... Scored in double digits nine times ... Led the Ladyjacks with a 37.2 threepoint field goal percentage and ranked second in made threes (54) ... Made a career-high six three-pointers (6for-10) and dished out a career-high five assists against Southern Arkansas (12/31) ... Scored a career-high 23 points at Central Arkansas (1/8), shooting 8-for-10 from the floor, including a perfect 5-for-5 clip from deep ... Helped SFA win 11 straight games to close the regular season. 2013-14 (Freshman): Part of SFA’s 16th Southland Conference championship ... Part of first team in school history to win three games in a postseason tournament ... Reached championship game of Women’s Basketball Invitational ... Appeared in 30 games off the bench ... Averaged 5.1 points per game ... Scored high of 15 points against McNeese State during the Southland Conference Tournament, hitting 3-for-6 from beyond the arc ... Scored in double digits 5 times ... Shot 37.8 percent from 3-point range overall and 46.8 percent in conference play ... Made 34 three-pointers High School: Four-year starter and letterwinner at Clear Creek ... garnered team MVP honors during her final three seasons ... two-time district offensive player of the year ... four-time first-team all-district recipient ... averaged 20.7 points per game as a senior ... career high 40 points verse Yates in her final season ... first player in Clear Creek history to record 1,000 points. Personal: Daughter of Brent Branch and Charlotte Anderson ... Majoring in kinesiology.

FT-A Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. 8-12 .667 7 44 51 17-23 .739 6 35 41 29-38 .763 5 24 29 54-73 .740 18 103 121

Avg. 1.70 1.32 1.00 1.34

A B S 30 2 10 24 1 10 40 1 30 94 4 50

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STEVI PARKER

21 2015-16 (RS Sophomore): Appeared in 14 games – all starts – in her first season eligible to compete for the Ladyjacks before being sidelined with a season-ending injury against Central Arkansas on Jan. 7 … Led the team with 7.9 rebounds per game and finished fourth in scoring (10.4 ppg) … Compiled 22 steals, 15 assists and nine blocks … Shot a team-best 52.7 percent from the field (58-for-110) and shot 75.9 percent at the free throw line (22-for-29) … Averaged 27.6 minutes per game … Scored a season-high 20 points on 8-for-14 shooting and had 11 rebounds in a win over SIUE (11/27) in the UMKC Plaza Lights Classic … Named to the UMKC Plaza Lights Classic All-Tournament Team after helping the Ladyjacks claim the tournament title … Posted three doubledoubles on the year … Scored in double figures seven times and had 10 or more rebounds six times … Hauled in a season-high 13 boards against Weber State (12/5) … Took 31 charges in 14 games with a season-high five against IUPUI (12/4). 2014-15 (Sophomore): Part of SFA’s 17th Southland Conference championship ... Parker sat out the 2014-15 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

F • 6-0 • RS JR/1L Bixby, Okla, Bixby HS

11 points and grabbed five rebounds against TexasSan Antonio in the first round of the Conference USA Championship on March 11. High School: Parker was a three-year starter as a shooting guard/small forward at Bixby High School in Bixby, Okla. ... She was an All-State selection during her senior year, averaging 17.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game ... Led her team to a 23-8 overall record and a Class 6A State Championship runner-up performance her senior season ... Named All-Conference and broke a school record for most charges taken in one season (31) her junior year ... Also earned three letters in track and field and two in volleyball ... Graduated in 2013. Personal: Is the daughter of Samuel and Vonnette Parker ... Her brother Jacob was the 2013-14 SLC Player of the Year and is SFA’s winningest player at the Division I level ... Born in Wichita, Kansas ... Majoring in speech and language pathology.z

Prior to SFA: Parker began her collegiate career at the University of Tulsa, playing in 27 games and earning 13 starts her freshman season ... Averaged 5.3 points and 5.0 rebounds per game ... Had a team-best 13 blocks and 36 charges ... Had three double-digit scoring games and three double-figure rebounding contests ... Led Tulsa in blocked shots eight times, steals five times, rebounding four times and assists once ... Tallied a season-high

PARKER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. Avg. A B S Pts. Avg. 2015-16 14-14 58-110 .527 7-26 .269 22-29 .759 27 83 110 7.86 15 9 22 145 10.4 TOTAL 14-14 58-110 .527 7-26 .269 22-29 .759 27 83 110 7.86 15 9 22 145 10.4

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DANIELLE ROGERS F • 6-2 • SR/2L De Soto, Texas Bishop Lynch HS

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2015-16 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 30 games, made seven starts and averaged 14.7 minutes per game … Averaged 3.7 points and 2.1 rebounds … Totaled 13 assists, 13 blocks and 16 steals … Shot 46.5 percent from the field (46-for-99) … Earned her first career start in the season opener against UT-Tyler (11/13) … Scored a career-high 11 points in wins over SIUE (11/27) and Northwestern State (2/4) … Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds against SIUE (11/27) … Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 of their final 12 games in the regular season to capture the No. 3 seed in the 2016 Southland Conference Tournament. 2014-15 (Freshman): Part of SFA’s 17th Southland Conference championship ... Appeared in 20 games, averaging 5.8 minutes per contest ... Totaled 12 points, 22 rebounds, four assists, two blocks and four steals as a freshman ... Scored a career-high three points twice against Prairie View A&M (11/18) and Boston University (11/29) ... Netted a season-best four rebounds in a win at Central Arkansas (1/8) ... Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 straight games to close the regular season. High School: Rogers was a two-year starter at power forward for Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, Texas ... Selected as a McDonald’s All-American Nominee during her senior season ... Earned All-District honors her junior and senior years ... Named to the District 1-5A Academic First Team as a senior ... Coached by Andy Zihlman ... Played club basketball for the Cy-Fair Dallas Blue in 2013 and the Texas Fire in 2014 ... Rogers was a President’s Honor Roll member, finishing high school with a 3.82 GPA ... Graduated in 2014. Personal: Is the daughter of Ryan and Monique Rogers ... Her mother played college basketball at Wiley College ... Born in Flint, Mich. ... Majoring in English.

ROGER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 3FG-A Pct. 2014-15 20-0 3-11 .273 0-0 0 2015-16 30-7 46-99 .465 0-1 1 ZACH CONQUE TOTAL 50-7 49-110 .445 0-1 1

FT-A Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. 6-12 .500 8 14 22 18-32 .563 26 37 63 24-44 .545 34 51 85

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ADRIENNE LEWIS C • 6-1 • SR/3L De Soto, Texas De Soto HS

55 2015-16 (Junior): Appeared in 29 games, making 23 starts while playing 19.9 minutes per game … Averaged 6.3 points and 6.1 rebounds … Led the team with 24 blocks and recorded 16 assists and 19 steals on the season … Shot 52.3 percent from the field (79-for-151) … Scored a career-high 19 points on 7-for-10 shooting and had 10 rebounds at Northwestern State (3/3) … Scored in double figures seven times and had at least 10 rebounds in five games … Posted three doubledoubles … Hauled in a career-high 17 rebounds and added 10 points in a win over Sam Houston State (1/23) … Helped the Ladyjacks win 11 of their final 12 games in the regular season to capture the No. 3 seed in the 2016 Southland Conference Tournament.

(11/23/13) on 4-of-6 shooting, added 5 rebounds ... Pulled down 5 or more rebounds 5 times ... Career-high 6 rebounds in win over Lamar at home (1/2/14) to open conference play ... Posted 3 rebounds and 2 blocks off the bench against College of Charleston to advance to championship game of WBI.

2014-15 (Sophomore): Part of SFA’s 17th Southland Conference championship ... Appeared in 29 games, averaging 8.1 minutes per game ... Averaged 2.4 points and 2.8 rebounds per contest ... Totaled five assists, seven blocks and eight steals ... Shot .582 (32-for-55) from the field and .318 (7-for-22) from the line ... Scored a careerhigh 10 points on 5-for-6 shooting against Lamar (2/19), chipping in seven rebounds ... Had a personal best nine rebound performance at Incarnate Word (2/12) ... Helped SFA win 11 straight games to close the regular season.

Personal: Daughter of Larry and Ellen Lewis ... Majoring in hospitality administration.

High School: Three-year letterwinner at DeSoto ... played center for coach Larry Goad ... averaged 10 points 15 rebounds and seven assists per game, as a senior ... newcomer of the year in 2011 ... offensive player of the year in 2013 ... all-district 7-5A performer ... garnered academic all-district honors as a junior and senior ... also lettered in track and field.

2013-14 (Freshman): Part of SFA’s 16th Southland Conference championship ... Part of first team in school history to win three games in a postseason tournament ... Reached championship game of Women’s Basketball Invitational ... Appeared in 35 games, averaged 2.1 rebounds ... Career-high 8 points in loss to SMU

LEWIS’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP-GS FG-A Pct. 2013-14 35-0 29-66 .439 2014-15 29-0 32-55 .582 ZACH CONQUE 79-151 .523 2015-16 29-23 TOTAL 93-23 140-272 .515

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Pct. O-Reb. D-Reb. Reb. .462 35 38 73 .318 42 39 81 .568 62 116 178 .481 139 193 332

Avg. 2.09 2.79 6.14 3.57

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12 KIA FISKER F/C • 6-2 • SO/TR Aarhus, Denmark Aarhus Statsgymnasium/ Panola

22 TAYLOR JACKSON G • 5-5 • JR/TR Frisco, Texas Frisco Heritage HS/ Collin College

Before SFA: Played two years at Collin County Community College ... Guided her team to back-toback North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference championships in 2014-15 and 2015-16 ... Named league MVP as a sophomore ... started all 32 games last season Before SFA: Played one year at Panola College ... Received ... Averaged 16.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 3.7 assists per game ... lead her team to a school record 26 wins Region XIV Honorable Mention honors ... Averaged 9.9 and a No.12 ranking in the country ... Received NJCAA points per game and 6.6 rebounds ... Played for three Honorable Mention All-American ... Named on First Team years for her Danish club team, Dameligaen. All-Region ... Carries rankings in all-time steals (147), assists (181), and total points (662). National: Appeared in a series of games with the U21 National Team in China in 2015 ... Starred in the U18 European Championships in 2013 ... Played in the U16 European Championships in 2011.

High School: Played for Frisco Heritage High School ... Selected for All-District 9-4A First Team ... Picked for AllTABC Region II ... Led her high school as all-time leader in assists (224).

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32 IMANI JOHNSON F • 6-0 • RS SO/TR Lee’s Summit, Mo.

Lee’s Summit North HS/Southeast Missouri State Before SFA: Played two years for Southeast Missouri State ... Honored twice for Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Week ... Took a redshirt her first year at Southeast Missouri ... Played in 29 of 30 games her redshirt freshman year ... Averaged 9.0 points and 4.9 rebounds per outing earning her fourth and fifth rankings, respectively, at SEMO. High School: Attended Lee’s Summit North High School ... Received a McDonald’s All-America nominee. Personal: Daughter to Amos Johnson and Carri CherryJohnson ... Has two sisters, Aaliyah and Aiyana, and one brother, Amos IV.

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ALAYSIA READY G • 5-7 • FR/HS Jacksonville, Ark. Little Rock Central HS

LOVISA BRUNNBERG G • 5-10 • FR/HS Stockholm, Sweden BG Lulea

High School: Tabbed as All-State selection her freshman and sophomore seasons ... Picked for All-Conference Honors in 2015-2016 season ... Averaged 12 points, five assists, and three steals per game.

National: Competes on the Sewdish National Team ... Received the MVP nod after the semifinals of her U19 season ... Earned two golds and a bronze medal from the Scania Cup - the unofficial Nordic Championship. Before SFA: Played for BG Luleå in the Swedish Basketball Federation Youth Development Program ... helped her team go for three straight championships ... Named to the All-Star Team during the Swedish Championships Final Four ... Her resume includes three Swedish Championship gold medals.

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23 RILEY HARVEY F • 6-0 • FR/HS Howe, Texas Howe HS High School: Named District MVP ... Selected part of TABC All-Region Selection for three years straight ... Received TGCA All-Region honors as a junior ... Placed on the All-Texomaland First Team her sophomore and junior years ... Named All-Texomaland and District Newcomer of the Year her freshman year ... Received Academic AllDistrict for 2013-2016.

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Mark Kellogg’s first season with the Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks was a very successful campaign. The Ladyjacks went 18-12 on the season with a 12-6 (.667) conference record. Under Kellogg’s coaching, Taylor Schippers and Taylor Ross receiving SLC All-Defensive Team selection, and Ross also earning a spot on the SLC All-Conference First Team. The Ladyjcks were ranked fourth in the SLC, and after an 11-1 winning streak, the Ladyjacks fell short in the first round of the Southland tournament. Prior to the 2015-2016 season start, Kellogg was announced as the Ladyjacks’ new head coach on May 11 by Stephen F. Austin Director of Athletics Robert Hill. Kellogg brings a tradition of winning to Nacogdoches as he has compiled a 25065 (.794) record in 10 seasons as a head coach, including a 154-35 (.815) record in conference games and a 16-7 (.700) mark in NCAA tournament games. A four-time WBCA Regional Coach of the Year, Kellogg has guided his programs to six conference championships and seven NCAA tournament appearances and currently ranks as the fourth-winningest active coach at the Division II level.

MARK KELLOGG Head Coach • 2nd Season 41-14-6 (Austin College, ‘98) Awards/Honors/Achievements: • Fourth winningest active coach at the Division II level • 2014-15 CaptainU National Coach of the Year • Four-time WBCA Regional Coach of the Year (2010-11, 2014-15) • Two NCAA National Championship Appearances (2010, 2014) • Seven NCAA Tournaments • Four-time Conference Coach of the Year (2008-10, 2014)

Kellogg comes to SFA from West Texas A&M where he spent two seasons as head coach, leading the Lady Buffs to a 62-6 record and a pair of appearances in the NCAA Division II Elite Eight as well as top-10 finishes. In 2013-14, Kellogg guided West Texas to a 32-3 record and a national runner-up showing, falling to Bentley in the NCAA championship game, ending the season ranked second nationally. This past season, the Lady Buffs went 30-3, advancing to the Elite Eight and were ranked sixth in the final postseason polls, earning Kellogg CaptainU National Coach of the Year honors. During his time in Canyon, Kellogg led West Texas to back-to-back 30-win seasons for the first time in program history as the Lady Buffs led the nation in field goal percentage both years. The 2013-14 Lone Star Conference Coach of the Year, Kellogg guided WT to back-to-back LSC regular season and tournament titles, going 30-2 in conference play. Prior to his time in Canyon, Kellogg spent one season at Northwest Missouri State, leading the Bearcats to a 15-13 record in 2012-13, a nine-win improvement from the previous season. Picked to finish 15th in the MIAA standings, the Bearcats finished eighth, advancing to the quarterfinals of the MIAA tournament. Kellogg earned his first head coaching position at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, where he compiled a 173-46 (.790) record in seven seasons. The Skyhawks finished no worse than third in the RMAC during his time in Durango, capturing four regular season and two conference tournament titles. He led Fort Lewis to five-straight NCAA tournament appearances from 2007-08 to 2011-12, highlighted by a national runner-up finish in 2009-10 on the heels of a 35-4 season. A three-time RMAC Coach of the Year, Kellogg is the Skyhawks’ all-time leader in victories (173), conference victories (116), overall winning percentage (.790) and conference winning percentage (.834). He was named the WBCA Regional Coach of the Year in 2010 and 2011. In addition to his successes on the court, Kellogg has placed a major emphasis on success in the classroom as well. His teams were ranked among the WBCA AcademicTop 25 for five-straight seasons, including ranking first nationally in 2011 with a team GPA of 3.72. 37 of his players have earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District honors with a pair of Academic All-Americans. Before taking the helm at Fort Lewis, Kellogg spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Montana State from 2001-05. During his time in Bozeman, he helped lead the Bobcats to the Big Sky Championship in 2001-02 and 2002-03 as MSU compiled a 23-game home winning streak, third behind only Connecticut and Stanford during

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that span. Kellogg began his coaching career at West Texas A&M, spending two seasons as an assistant on the Buff men’s team from 1998-2000. West Texas posted a 43-14 record during his two seasons on staff, winning the LSC title and advancing to the NCAA tournament in 1998-99. A native of Richardson, Texas, Kellogg earned two bachelor’s degrees in communication arts and physical education from Austin College in 1998. He then earned his master’s degree in sport and exercise science from West Texas A&M in 2000. Kellogg and his wife, Trisha, have two children – a six-year-old son, Camden, and a five-year-old daughter, Kayli.

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Kellogg inherits a Ladyjack program that is already one of the premier programs in the Southland Conference. SFA is coming off back-to-back regular season SLC championships and two-straight postseason appearances, advancing to the championship KELLOGG vs. OPPONENTS game of the WBI in 2014 and an appearance in the 2015 WNIT. Opponent Record Abilene Christian 0-1 Central Arkansas 0-1 Houston Baptist 2-0 Incarnate Word 2-0 Indiana State 1-0 IUPUI 0-1 Lamar 1-1 LSU-Shreveport 1-0 Louisiana Tech 0-1 McNeese State 1-0 New Orleans 0-1 Nicholls 1-0 Northwestern State 1-1 Rice 1-0 Sam Houston State 2-1 SIU Edwardsville 1-0 Southern Louisiana 0-1 Texas A&M - Commerce 1-0 Texas A&M - Corpus Christi 2-0 TCU 0-1 UT-Arlington 0-1 UT-Tyler 1-0 Weber State 0-1

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Leonard Bishop joins Jayci Stone and Jamila Ganter as an assistant coach for the Ladyjack program in 2015-16. He has held coaching positions for both men’s and women’s programs over his career, most recently serving as assistant women’s basketball coach at his alma mater Texas A&M-Commerce from 2012-15. “I’ve competed against Leonard the last few years while I was at West Texas A&M and I think he’s a rising star in this profession,” said SFA head women’s basketball coach Mark Kellogg. “He’s a great communicator with players, coaches and anyone we’ll work with. He has a great personality. His dad is a coaching legend in Dallas so Leonard has been on a bench since he was probably seven or eight years old. He has a great eye for basketball.” Bishop helped lead a dramatic turnaround for the women’s team at Texas A&MCommerce as an assistant, guiding the Lions to a nine-win improvement and the program’s first postseason berth in four years during his first season on staff.

LEONARD BISHOP Assistant Coach 2nd Season

(Texas A&M- Commerce, ‘08)

Prior to coaching the women’s squad at Commerce, Bishop assisted the men’s basketball program during the 2010-11 season. He got his start in coaching at Missouri Baptist University in 2009 where he was the assistant men’s coach for a season before returning to his alma mater in 2010. After winning a national championship at Dallas Lincoln High School, Bishop attended Three Rivers Community College and Collin County Community College to begin his collegiate playing career. From 2006-08, he played at Commerce where he earned All-Lone Star Conference honorable mention recognition and was a team captain his senior year. He was awarded the Terry Allen Award in 2008 for his heart and dedication to the Lion program. Bishop earned his degree in sociology from Commerce in 2008. He and his wife Ashley have a seven-year-old daughter Khendyn and a five-year-old son Leonard Bishop III.

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Stephen F. Austin head women’s basketball coach Mark Kellogg announced Monday the addition of Jessica Grayson to his coaching staff. Grayson has nine years of basketball coaching experience between the high school and collegiate ranks as an assistant and head coach. “We are thrilled to welcome Jessica Grayson to the Ladyjack basketball family,” said Kellogg. “I have known Coach Grayson for about nine years now and have made sure to follow her coaching career. She has an incredible appetite to learn and teach the game and has an infectious personality that allows her to be a fantastic recruiter. She will be a tremendous addition to every phase of our program and we look forward to working with her.”

JESSICA GRAYSON Assistant Coach 1st Season (Austin Peay, ‘05)

Grayson comes to Nacogdoches after serving three seasons as an assistant coach and junior college recruiting coordinator at Illinois State University. She assisted in all recruiting phases while directing and organizing all junior college recruiting activities. Grayson worked primarily with the Redbird posts during her stint in Normal, Illinois, leading all post player training in practices and working with each big individually. During the 2012-13 season, Grayson spent a year away from the college scene as the head coach at Clarksville Academy – one of the top private schools in Tennessee. Prior to Clarksville Academy, Grayson served as an assistant in Division I women’s basketball dating back to 2007. From 2010-12, she was the assistant coach at Austin Peay. At APSU, Grayson collaborated with the head coach to develop on-court strategies and evaluated potential student-athletes. She also prepared scouting reports of opponents, monitored and developed academic strategies for student-athletes and implemented individual workouts with perimeter players. Grayson worked at Tennessee-Martin for three seasons as an assistant coach from 2007-10, where she created a recruiting strategy for the entire program, in addition to evaluating and scouting opponents and breaking down video. She also developed and monitored academic strategies for student-athletes and coordinated team travel. Grayson broke into coaching as a graduate assistant coach for two seasons at Valdosta State beginning in 2005, while obtaining a Master’s Degree in health and physical education. Grayson enjoyed a successful playing career between stops at Columbia State Community College in Columbia, Tennessee and Austin Peay. At CSCC, she helped her team make the NJCAA National Tournament and rank as high as seventh nationally while being named an NJCAA All-American in 2000. From there, Grayson ventured to Austin Peay in 2002. In both 2003 and 2004, she helped guide the Governors to an Ohio Valley Conference Title, an OVC Tournament Championship and an NCAA Tournament Appearance. In her two year career, Grayson and APSU boasted an overall record of 50-12. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in health and human performance from Austin Peay in 2005.

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Jayci Stone is in her second year as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Ladyjack basketball program. Mark Kellogg took over as head women’s basketball coach in May 2015 and added Stone to the staff in late June. “Jayci Stone came very highly recommended,” said Kellogg. “She has tremendous experience at the junior college, division two and division one levels and will be our recruiting coordinator. I’m super excited to have her. Jayci has a great demeanor, she’ll be great on the floor and will really help us out from a recruiting standpoint.” Stone comes to SFA from Southern Utah University, where she was the women’s basketball assistant coach and team’s recruiting coordinator. In 2014-15, she helped coach the Thunderbirds to a 13-15 record as a member of the Big Sky Conference while organizing the signing of eight players in the 2015 class.

JAYCI STONE Assistant Coach 2nd Season (Kansas State, ‘08)

Prior to her time in Cedar City, Stone worked for the TCU women’s basketball program for three years, serving as video coordinator, director of operations and interim assistant coach. Her numerous roles included scouting, overseeing academic affairs, organizing team travel and assisting with youth camps, all while helping the Horned Frogs to a nine-win turnaround (18-14) in their second season in the Big 12. Stone, who also had coaching stints at Hutchinson Community College (2009-11), Frank Phillips College (2008-09) and the University of Alaska-Anchorage (2007), played her college ball at Colby Community College, New Mexico State University and Alaska-Anchorage. Overall between the three schools, she helped her team amass an 85-37 record. Stone graduated from Kansas State University in 2008 as a social sciences major with an emphasis in physical education and history. She received her masters in liberal arts from TCU in 2013.

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Opponent Location Result vs. UT Tyler............................William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 91-69 at Louisiana Tech..........................Ruston, La...........................................L, 76-44 vs. LSU-Shreveport................William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 94-39 vs. SIU Edwardsville......................Kansas City, Mo.................................. W, 82-74 vs. Indiana State...........................Kansas City, Mo.................................. W, 71-62 vs. UT Arlington UT Arlington..William R. Johnson Coliseum......L, 67-63 vs. IUPUI ......................................Denton, Texas................................. L, 62-55 (OT) vs. Weber State.............................Denton, Texas.....................................L, 56-46 at TCU...........................................Fort Worth, Texas................................L, 88-55 vs. Rice.................................William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 59-45 vs. Texas A&M-Commerce.......William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 75-65 vs. McNeese State*................William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 80-55 at Southeastern Louisiana* .........Hammond, La.....................................L, 65-56 vs. Central Arkansas* ............William R. Johnson Coliseum...... L, 55-53 at New Orleans*...........................New Orleans, La..................................L, 58-57 vs. Abilene Christian*.............William R. Johnson Coliseum...... L, 85-70 vs. Lamar*.............................William R. Johnson Coliseum...... L, 64-60 vs. Sam Houston State*..........William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 70-63 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi*.......Corpus Christi, Texas........................... W, 71-66 vs. Northwestern State*.........William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 68-52 at Houston Baptist*......................Houston, Texas................................... W, 64-50 vs. Incarnate Word*...............William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 74-62 vs.Texas A&M-Corpus Christi*.William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 72-59 at Lamar Lamar *.........................Beaumont, Texas................................ W, 79-77 at Nicholls State *.........................Thibodaux, La.................................... W, 89-67 at Incarnate Word*.......................San Antonio, Texas............................. W, 82-66 vs. Houston Baptist*..............William R. Johnson Coliseum......W, 66-54 at Northwestern State*................Natchitoches, La.................................L, 72-51 at Sam Houston State*.................Huntsville, Texas................................ W, 65-59

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CATEGORY SFA OPP SCORING..................................................... 2032.................... 1910 Points per game.................................................67.7..........................63.7 Scoring Margin...................................................+4.1........................... -FELD GOALS- ATT......................................744-1722............. 661-1597 Field goal pct.......................................................432...........................414 3 POINT FG-ATT.........................................183-534............... 143-486 3-Point FG pct......................................................343...........................294 3-Point FG made per game..................................6.1............................4.8 FREE THROWS- ATT....................................361-529............... 445-650 Free throw pct.....................................................682...........................685 Free throw made pre game................................ 12.0..........................14.8 REBOUNDS................................................. 1015.................... 1073 Rebounds per game...........................................33.8..........................35.8 Rebounding margin........................................... -1.9............................ -ASSISTS.......................................................428...................... 369 Assists per game.................................................14.3..........................12.3 TURNOVERS.................................................497...................... 574 Turnovers per game............................................16.6..........................19.1 Turnover margin.................................................+2.6........................... - Assist/Turnover ratio............................................0.9............................0.6 STEALS........................................................305...................... 236 Steals per game..................................................10.2...........................7.9 BLOCKS........................................................70........................ 72 Blocks per game..................................................2.3............................2.4 ATTENDANCE.............................................. 20701................... 8789 Home games-Avg/Game.................................14-1479.....................11-768 Neutral site- Avg/Game........................................ --............................5-67 SCORES BY PERIOD 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT...... Total Stephen F. Austin 463....... 470........ 543........ 551.......... 5..........2032 Opponents 449....... 451........ 441........ 557......... 12.........1910

2015-2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS MINUTES TOTAL 3-PTS F-THROWS ## Player GP GS Tot Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 02 Ross, Taylor 28 28 781 27.9 164 336 .488 18 42 .429 116 168 .690 01 Schippers, Taylor 30 30 891 29.7 114 284 .401 45 138 .326 64 85 .753 10 Branch, Brentney 29 2 603 20.8 114 297 .384 65 177 .367 29 38 .763 21 Parker, Stevi 14 14 387 27.6 58 110 .527 7 26 .269 22 29 .759 55 Lewis, Adrienne 29 23 578 19.9 79 151 .523 0 0 .000 25 44 .568 03 Hayes, Chanell 25 0 323 12.9 44 109 .404 16 50 .320 31 45 .689 23 Powell, Paulletta 28 20 582 20.8 50 130 .385 19 49 .388 12 16 .750 04 Harris, Kennedy 30 23 658 21.9 44 123 .358 7 29 .241 29 45 .644 25 Rogers, Danielle 30 7 442 14.7 46 99 .465 0 1 .000 18 32 .563 24 Alexander, Charisma 29 3 488 16.8 15 33 .455 0 0 .000 5 12 .417 34 Middleton, LaNesha 16 0 109 6.8 6 22 .273 0 1 .000 6 8 .750 05 Stastny, KJ 14 0 93 6.6 4 14 .286 3 10 .300 4 7 .571 20 Pena, Victoria 17 0 90 5.3 6 14 .429 3 11 .273 0 0 .000 Team Total.......... 30 6025 744 1722 .432 183 534 .343 361 529 .682 Opponents...... 30 6025 661 1597 .414 143 486 .294 445 650 .685

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REBOUNDS Def Tot Avg 57 87 3.1 52 69 2.3 24 29 1.0 83 110 7.9 116 178 6.1 44 75 3.0 53 70 2.5 60 92 3.1 37 63 2.1 57 99 3.4 14 22 1.4 6 8 0.6 6 6 0.4 70 107 13 679 1015 33.8 713 1073 35.8

PF 86 53 43 38 98 32 47 61 89 41 20 18 10

FO 4 1 0 1 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

A 112 103 40 15 16 16 36 38 13 24 8 4 3

TO 99 61 58 22 44 32 46 49 38 14 8 5 8

Blk 7 2 1 9 24 4 5 1 13 1 0 3 0

Stl 63 51 30 22 19 15 23 44 16 16 2 3 1

SCORING Pts Avg 462 16.5 337 11.2 322 11.1 145 10.4 183 6.3 135 5.4 131 4.7 124 4.1 110 3.7 35 1.2 18 1.1 15 1.1 15 0.9

636 14 428 497 70 305 2032 67.7 551 - 369 574 72 236 1910 63.7


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2015 SLC FINAL STANDINGS Team Streak

Conf. Pct. Overall Pct.

Abilene Christian 17-1 0.944 26-3 0.897 W8 Central Arkansas 16-2 0.889 28-4 0.875 L1 Northwestern State 13-5 0.733 21-10 0.677 W9 Stephen F. Austin 12-6 0.667 18-12 0.600 L1 McNeese 11-7 0.611 20-13 0.606 L2 Houston Baptist 9-9 0.500 14-15 0.483 L1 Nicholls 8-10 0.444 10-19 0.345 L1 Sam Houston State 7-11 0.389 13-19 0.406 L2 Lamar 7-11 0.389 12-19 0.387 L1 A&M-Corpus Christi 6-12 0.333 10-19 0.345 L3 New Orleans 5-13 0.278 8-19 0.296 L1 UIW 3-15 0.167 6-23 0.207 L9 Southeastern Lousiana 3-15 0.167 4-25 0.138 L6

2015 ALL-SLC SELECTIONS FIRST TEAM

INSTITUTION

SECOND TEAM

INSTITUTION

POS.

Jayln Johnson....................... McNeese State............................. G Anna Strickland.................... Houston Baptist...........................F Suzzy Dimba........................ Abilene Christian..........................F Angela Beadle...................... Sam Houston State...................... C Allison Baggett.................... McNeese State............................. G

THIRD TEAM

INSTITUTION

2015 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE STATISTICAL LEADERS

POS.

Alexis Mason........................ Abilene Christian......................... G Maggie Proffitt..................... Central Arkansas......................... G Janelle Perez........................ Northwestern State..................... G Shemise Roberston.............. Sam Houston State...................... G Taylor Ross........................... Stephen F. Austin........................ G

POS.

Randi Brown........................ New Orleans................................ G Nanna Pool........................... Southeastern La...........................F Brianna Mullins.................... Central Arkansas......................... G Sydeny Shelsread................. Abilene Christian..........................F LiAnn McCathy..................... Nicholls........................................F

SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GP POINTS AVG.

Shernise Robertson, SHSU..................................32...........566..........17.7 Alexis Mason, ACU..............................................30...........524..........17.5 Randi Brown, NO................................................29...........505..........17.4 Taylor Ross, SFA.........................................28.........462....... 16.5 Addesha Collins, LU............................................32...........518..........16.2 Angela Beadle, SHSU..........................................32...........514..........16.1 Janelle Perez, NSU..............................................31...........473..........15.3 Jaylin Johnson, MCN...........................................34...........514..........15.1 Nanna Pool. SLU.................................................29...........428..........14.8 Maggie Proffitt, UCA...........................................32...........454..........14.2

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GP FG FGA PCT. Angela Beadle, SHSU..........................32............202..........366......... .552 Nanna Pool, SELA...............................29............184..........358......... .514 Taylor Ross, SFA...........................28.........164........336....... .488 Monet Neal, HBU................................29............143..........297......... .481 Anna Strickland, HBU.........................29............143..........297......... .481 Alexis Mason, ACU..............................30............164..........383......... .438 Janelle Perez, NSU..............................31............153..........362......... .423 Shernise Roberston, SHSU..................32............178..........439......... .405 Allison Baggett, MCN..........................34............186..........502......... .371 LiAnn McCarthy, NICH.........................27............135..........380......... .355

HONORABLE MENTION: Taylor Schippers, SFA; Monet Neal, FREE THROW PERCENTAGE GP FT FTA PCT. HBU; Beatrice Attura, NSU; Kiara Desamours, LU; Chastadie Barrs, 1. Janelle Perez, NSU..............................31.............83............92.......... .902 LU; Brittany Mbamalu, AMCC; Taylor Baudion, UCA 2. Jayln Johnson, MCN............................34............156..........178......... .876

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM INSTITUTION

POS.

Chastadie Barss.................... Lamar.......................................... G Anna Strickland.................... Houston Baptist...........................F Suzzy Dimba........................ Abilene Christian..........................F Taylor Ross........................... Stephen F. Austin........................ G Jameka Watkins................... Central Arkansas......................... G

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Addesha Collins, LU............................32............188..........218......... .862 Beatrice Attura, NSU...........................31.............98...........116......... .845 Cassidy Barrios, NICH..........................29.............73............88.......... .830 Shernise Robertson, SHSU..................32............133..........164......... .811 Angela Beadle, SHSU..........................32............109..........138......... .790 Brianna Mullins, UCA..........................32.............94...........120......... .783 Jameka Watkins, UCA.........................32.............85...........109......... .780 KaeLynn Boyd, SELA...........................20.............81...........105......... .771

BLOCKS GP NO. AVG.

Player of the Year: Alexis Mason, ACU Defensive Player of the Year: Chastadie Barrs, Lamar Freshman of the Year: Kiara Desamours, Lamar Newcomer of the Year: Taylor Schippers, SFA Coach of the Year: Julie Goodenough, ACU

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Angela Beadle, SHSU..........................................32............63............2.0 Suzzy Dimba, ACU..............................................30............56............1.9 Anna Strickland, HBU.........................................29............50............1.7 Nanna Pool, SELA ...............................................29............32............1.1 Camesha Davis, AMCC.........................................29............32............1.1 Raquel Logan, UCA.............................................32............35............1.1 Laka Blache, LU..................................................32............34............1.1 Halie Matthews, NO............................................28............25............0.9 Sydney Shelstead, ACU.......................................30............26............0.9 Adrienne Lewis, SFA...........................................29............24............0.8

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Anna Strickland, HBU.........................29.........122........... 289............ 411 Angela Beadle, SHSU..........................32.........102........... 239............ 341 Frederica Haywood, MCN....................34.........127........... 190............ 317 Nanna Pool, SELA...............................29..........99............ 167............ 266 Lizzy Dimba, ACU................................23..........77............ 103............ 180 Suzzy Dimba, ACU..............................30..........65............ 166............ 231 Sydney Shelstead, ACU.......................30..........87............ 135............ 222 Monet Neal, HBU................................29..........67............ 145............ 212 Kiara Desamours, LU...........................32..........84............ 139............ 223 Lilliy Marina, NICH..............................29..........88............ 108............ 196

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

GP

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

FG

FGA

PCT.

Janelle Perez, NSU..............................31.............84...........201......... .418 Shernise Robertson, SHSU..................32.............77...........195......... .395 Brittany Mbamalu, AMCC...................29.............74...........189......... .392 Brentney Branch, SFA...................29..........65.........177....... .367 Maggie Proffitt, UCA...........................32.............68...........189......... .360 Alexis Mason, ACU..............................30.............89...........249......... .357 Whitney West, ACU.............................30.............65...........192......... .339 Taylin Underwood, SELA.....................39.............73...........250......... .292

GP No. AVG/G

KaeLynn Boyd, SELA...........................................20...........104...........5.2 Jayln Johnson, MCN............................................34...........167...........4.9 Janelle Perez, NSU..............................................31...........124...........4.0 Taylor Ross, SFA.........................................28.........112........ 4.0 Jameka Watkins, UCA.........................................32...........124...........3.9 Chastadie Barrs, LU.............................................32...........123...........3.8 Shernise, Robertson, SHSU.................................32...........119...........3.7 Brianna Mullins, UCA..........................................32...........112...........3.5 Taylor Shippers, SFA...................................30.........103........ 3.4 Anna Strickland, HBU.........................................29............95............3.3

STEALS GP NO. AVG.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Chastadie Barrs, LU.............................................32...........129...........4.0 Hope, Pawlowski, NICH.......................................29............83............2.9 Suzzy Dimba, ACU..............................................30............75............2.5 KaeLynn Boyd, SELA...........................................20............45............2.3 Taylor Ross, SFA.........................................28..........63......... 2.3 Tia Charles, NICH.................................................22............46............2.1 Anna Strickland, HBU.........................................29............59............2.0 Kamry Orr, SHSU.................................................32............62............1.9 Shola Adebayo, AMCC.........................................25............47............1.9 Keisha Lee, NSU..................................................21............39............1.9


SOUTH DAKOTA Sunday, November 13 Vermillion, S.D.

Location...........................................................Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment................................................................... 10,061 Nickname.....................................................Coyotes (KI-Yotes) Colors.................................................................Red and White Conference..................................................... Summit League Facility........................................ Sanford Coyote Sports Center Athletic Director..............................................David Herbster Head Coach.................................................... Dawn Plitzuweit School Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season Career Record/Years........................... 188-93/ 9th season 2015 Overall Record........................................................32-6 2015 Conference Record.................................................15-1 All-Time Series...................................................................0-0 Last Meeting................................................................N/A Website................................................................GoYotes.com

GEORGE MASON

Wednesday, November 23 Fairfax, Va. Location.................................................................. Farifax, Va. Enrollment................................................................... 33,925 Nickname.....................................................................Patriots Colors................................................................Green and Gold Conference.............................................................Atlantic 10 Facility........................................................... EagleBank Arena Athletic Director................................................Brad Edwards Head Coach.........................................................Nyla Milleson School Record/Years........................323-182/ 16th season Career Record/Years............................. 33-59/ 4th season 2015 Overall Record......................................................12-19 2015 Conference Record.................................................6-10 All-Time Series...................................................................1-0 Last Meeting.........................................................1994-95 Website..............................................................GoMason.com

UT ARLINGTON

Saturday, December 3 Arlington, Texas Location..........................................................Arlington, Texas Enrollment................................................................... 51,000 Nickname................................................................. Mavericks Colors........................................ Royal Blue, Orange, and White Conference.................................................................Sun Belt Facility........................................................College Park Center Athletic Director......................................................Jim Baker Head Coach......................................................... Krista Gerlich School Record/Years............................. 36-54/ 4th season Career Record/Years........................204-106/ 10th season 2015 Overall Record......................................................15-16 2015 Conference Record...............................................10-10 All-Time Series...............................................................45-19 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.............................................................. UTAMavs.com

OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE Wednesday, November 16 Nacogdoches, Texas

Location.......................................................... Goodwell, Okla. Enrollment..................................................................... 1,400 Nickname...................................................................... Aggies Colors...........................................................Red and Nevy Blue Conference............................................Heartland Conference Facility............................................. Oscar Willians Field House Athletic Director........................................ Dr. Wayne Stewart Head Coach.......................................................... Charles Terry School Record/Years............................. 10-96/ 4th season Career Record/Years............................. 10-96/ 4th season 2015 Overall Record........................................................2-24 2015 Conference Record.................................................1-17 All-Time Series...................................................................0-0 Last Meeting................................................................N/A Website......................................................... OPSUAggies.com

COPPIN STATE

Friday, November 25 Baltimore, Md Location............................................................Balitmore, Md. Enrollment..................................................................... 3,800 Nickname.......................................................................Eagles Colors.................................................................. Blue and Gold Conference............................................................ Mideastern Facility............................................Physical Eduation Complex Athletic Director..................................................Derek Carter Head Coach..............................................DeWayne Burroughs School Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season Career Record/Years........................269-237/ 17th season 2015 Overall Record......................................................16-16 2015 Conference Record.................................................10-6 All-Time Series...................................................................0-0 Last Meeting................................................................N/A Website............................................... CoppinStateSports.com

LOUISIANA TECH

Wednesday, December 7 Ruston, La. Location..................................................................Ruston, La. Enrollment................................................................... 12.414 Nickname...........................................................Lady Techsters Colors................................................................... Blue and Red Conference..................................................... Conference USA Facility...............................................Thomas Assembly Center Athletic Director....................................... Tommy McClelland Co-Head Coaches......................... Brooke Stoehr/Scott Stoehr School Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season Career Record/Years.............................. 71-58/4th season 2015 Overall Record......................................................14-16 2015 Conference Record...................................................9-9 All-Time Series.................................................................8-26 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website........................................................LaTechSports.com

TEXAS A&M

Sunday, November 20 College Station, Texas Location................................................. College Station, Texas Enrollment................................................................... 64,000 Nickname...................................................................... Aggies Colors...........................................................Maroon and White Conference................................................Southeastern (SEC) Facility.................................................................... Reed Arena Athletic Director............................................Scott Woosward Head Coach...............................................................Gary Blair School Record/Years........................309-129/ 13th season Career Record/Years.........................717-292/31st season 2015 Overall Record......................................................22-10 2015 Conference Record.................................................11-5 All-Time Series.................................................................14-3 Last Meeting.........................................................2009-10 Website..............................................................12thMan.com

LSU- SHREVEPORT Wednesday, November 30 Nacogdoches, Texas

Location........................................................... Shreveport, La. Enrollment..................................................................... 4,383 Nickname........................................................................ Pilots Colors...............................................................Purple and Gold Conference...................................... Red River Athletic (RRAC) Facility........................................................................The Dock Athletic Director.............................................Chad McDowell Head Coach.............................................................Curtis Loyd School Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season Career Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season 2015 Overall Record........................................................21-9 2015 Conference Record.................................................13-5 All-Time Series...................................................................1-0 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.......................................................LSUSAthletics.com

MONTANA

Saturday, December 10 Nacogdoches, Texas Location..........................................................Missoula, Mont. Enrollment................................................................... 13,400 Nickname...................................................................Lady Griz Colors............................................................Maroon and Silver Conference...................................................................Big Sky Facility..............................................................Dahlberg Arena Athletic Director................................................. Kent Haslam Head Coach............................................... Shannon Schweyen School Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season Career Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season 2015 Overall Record......................................................20-11 2015 Conference Record.................................................12-6 All-Time Series...................................................................1-0 Last Meeting.........................................................1986-87 Website..................................................................GoGriz.com

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PRARIE VIEW A&M

Saturday, December 17 Nacogdoches, Texas

Location..............................................................Odessa, Texas Enrollment..................................................................... 4,063 Nickname......................................................................Falcons Colors........................................................... White and Orange Conference.............................................................. Heartland Facility..................................................................Falcon Dome Athletic Director.............................................. Steve Aicinena Head Coach......................................................... Jerome Willis School Record/Years.............................. 50-61/4th season Career Record/Years............................ 163-85/8th season 2015 Overall Record........................................................6-23 2015 Conference Record.................................................2-16 All-Time Series...................................................................0-0 Last Meeting................................................................N/A Website.........................................................UTPBFalcons.com

Tuesday, December 20 Nacogdoches, Texas

Location.......................................................Prairie View, Texas Enrollment..................................................................... 8,343 Nickname...........................................................Lady Panthers Colors...............................................................Purple and Gold Conference.....................................................................SWAC Facility................................................William J. Nicks Building Athletic Director...........................................Ashley Robinson Head Coach.........................................................Ravon Justice School Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season Career Record/Years...................................0-0/1st season 2015 Overall Record......................................................13-15 2015 Conference Record...................................................9-9 All-Time Series...................................................................7-1 Last Meeting.........................................................2014-15 Website.......................................................... PVPanthers.com

McNEESE

TEXAS A&M- CORPUS CHRISTI

Monday, January 2 Lake Charles, La. Location......................................................... Lake Charles, La. Enrollment..................................................................... 7,252 Nickname....................................................................Cowgirls Colors............................................................... Blue and Yellow Conference..............................................................Southland Facility..................................................................Cowgirl Field Athletic Director.............................................Bruce Hemphill Head Coach.............................................................Kacie Cryer School Record/Years...................................0-0/1st season Career Record/Years..................................0-0/ 1st season 2015 Overall Record......................................................20-13 2015 Conference Record.................................................11-7 All-Time Series...............................................................46-13 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website......................................................McNeeseSports.com

Thursday, january 5 Nacogdoches, Texas

Location....................................................Corpus Christi, Texas Enrollment................................................................... 11,661 Nickname...................................................................Islanders Colors......................................................Blue, Green and Silver Conference..............................................................Southland Facility................................................... American Bank Center Athletic Director............................................... Scott Lazenby Head Coach.....................................................Royce Chadwick School Record/Years.................................................47-71 Career Record/Years.............................................608-373 2015 Overall Record........................................................9-20 2015 Conference Record.................................................6-12 All-Time Series.................................................................18-3 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website..........................................................GoIslanders.com

NICHOLLS

INCARNATE WORD

Saturday, January 14 Thursday, Febuary 9 Location............................................................Thibodaux, La. Enrollment..................................................................... 6,164 Nickname....................................................................Colonels Colors................................................................... Red and Gray Conference..............................................................Southland Facility........................................ David R. Stopher Gymnasium Athletic Director...............................................................TBD Head Coach....................................................Dobee Plaisance School Record/Years............................ 86-133/8th season Career Record/Years.........................250-365/21st season 2015 Overall Record......................................................10-19 2015 Conference Record.................................................8-10 All-Time Series.................................................................42-6 Last Meeting.........................................................2013-14 Website.......................................................GeauxColonels.com

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Saturday, January 21

Location......................................................San Antonio, Texas Enrollment................................................................... 10,984 Nickname...................................................................Cardinals Colors.......................................................Red, Black and White Conference..............................................................Southland Facility.......................... Alice P.McDermott Convocation Center Athletic Director............................................... John Williams Head Coach..................................................... Kate Henderson School Record/Years.............................. 19-66/3rd season Career Record/Years................................................. Same 2015 Overall Record........................................................6-23 2015 Conference Record.................................................3-15 All-Time Series.................................................................5-10 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website........................................................ UIWCardinals.com

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HOUSTON BAPTIST Saturday, December 31 Nacogdoches, Texas

Location............................................................Houston, Texas Enrollment..................................................................... 3,160 Nickname.....................................................................Huskies Colors.................................................... Royal Blue and Orange Conference..............................................................Southland Facility.....................................................................Sharp Gym Athletic Director............................................... Steve Moniaci Head Coach......................................................... Donna Finnie School Record/Years............................. 41-50/ 4th season Career Record/Years................................................. Same 2015 Overall Record......................................................14-15 2015 Conference Record...................................................9-9 All-Time Series...................................................................9-1 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.......................................................... HBUHuskies.com

ABILENE CHRISTIAN Thursday , January 12 Thursday, February 16

Location.............................................................Abilene, Texas Enrollment..................................................................... 4,400 Nickname....................................................................Wildcats Colors.............................................................Purple and White Conference..............................................................Southland Facility............................................................Moody Coliseum Athletic Director.................................................. Lee De Léon Head Coach....................................................Julie Goodnough School Record/Years............................ 108-37/5th season Career Record/Years........................ 397-257/23th season 2015 Overall Record........................................................26-3 2015 Conference Record.................................................17-1 All-Time Series...................................................................4-1 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.............................................................ACUSports.com

CENTRAL ARKANSAS Wednesday, January 25 Saturday, February 25

Location...............................................................Conway, Ark. Enrollment................................................................... 11,698 Nickname.............................................................. Sugar Bears Colors...............................................................Purple and Gray Conference..............................................................Southland Facility...................................................................Farris Center Athletic Director.............................................Dr. Brad Teague Head Coach..................................................... Sandra Rushing School Record/Years............................ 106-48/5th season Career Record/Years........................ 497-301/28th season 2015 Overall Record........................................................28-4 2015 Conference Record.................................................16-2 All-Time Series.................................................................10-6 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.............................................................UCASports.com


2016 OPPONENTS NEW ORLEANS

Saturday, January 28 Thursday, February 23 Location.........................................................New Orleans, La. Enrollment..................................................................... 9,234 Nickname................................................................. Privateers Colors..........................................................Reflex Blue & Silver Conference..............................................................Southland Facility.............................................................Lakefront Arena Athletic Director..................................................Derek Morel Head Coach.............................................Keeshawn Davenport School Record/Years........................... 19-116/ 6th season Career Record/Years................................................. Same 2015 Overall Record........................................................8-19 2015 Conference Record.................................................5-13 All-Time Series...................................................................3-3 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website......................................................UNOPrivateers.com

LAMAR

Saturday, February 11 Nacogdoches, Texas Location.........................................................Beaumont, Texas Enrollment................................................................... 15,022 Nickname.......................................................... Lady Cardinals Colors.................................................................Red and White Conference..............................................................Southland Facility...........................................................Montagne Center Athletic Director.......................................... Jason Henderson Head Coach......................................................Robin Harmony School Record/Years..............................47-45/ 3rd season Career Record/Years........................... 180-93/ 9th season 2015 Overall Record......................................................12-19 2015 Conference Record.................................................7-11 All-Time Series...............................................................49-13 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website....................................................LamarCardinals.com

SAM HOUSTON STATE Thursday, February 2 Saturday, March 4

Location......................................................... Huntsville, Texas Enrollment................................................................... 20,725 Nickname................................................................... Bearkats Colors............................................................Orange and White Conference..............................................................Southland Facility........................................ Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum Athletic Director.............................................Bobby Williams Head Coach............................................Brenda Welch-Nichols School Record/Years......................... 111-186/ 9th season Career Record/Years........................243-334/ 20th season 2015 Overall Record......................................................14-18 2015 Conference Record.................................................7-11 All-Time Series...............................................................64-12 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website...........................................................GoBearkats.com

NORTHWESTERN STATE Saturday, February 4 Thursday, March 2

Location........................................................ Natchitoches, La. Enrollment..................................................................... 9,179 Nickname............................................................Lady Demons Colors................................................................ Purple & White Conference..............................................................Southland Facility........................................................... Prather Coliseum Athletic Director....................................................Greg Burke Head Coach........................................................Bobby Barbier School Record/Years...................................0-0/1st season Career Record/Years................................................. Same 2015 Overall Record......................................................19-12 2015 Conference Record.................................................13-5 All-Time Series...............................................................56-21 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.........................................................NSUDemons.com

SOUTHERN LOUISIANA Saturday, February 18 Hammond, La.

Location............................................................Hammond, La. Enrollment................................................................... 15,802 Nickname.................................................................Lady Lions Colors................................................................... Green & Gold Conference..............................................................Southland Facility........................................................... University Center Athletic Director..................................................Jay Artigues Head Coach...................................................... Yolando Moore School Record/Years.............................11-47/ 2nd season Career Record/Years..............................37-40/ 3rd season 2015 Overall Record........................................................4-25 2015 Conference Record.................................................3-15 All-Time Series.................................................................34-5 Last Meeting.........................................................2015-16 Website.............................................................LionSports.net

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS YEAR

HEAD COACH

OVERALL

PCT.

HOME

AWAY NEUTRAL

CONF. PCT.

POST SEASON

1969-72* Sue Gunter

58-20 .744 - - - - -

1972-73 Sue Gunter

20-6 .769 - - - - -

1973-74 Sue Gunter

26-7 .788 - - - - -

1974-75 Sue Gunter

32-8 .800 - - - - -

1975-76 Sue Gunter

20-13 .606 - - - - -

1976-77 Sue Gunter

28-6 .824 - - - - - #9

1977-78 Sue Gunter

25-14 .641 - - - - - #14

1978-79 Sue Gunter

30-5 .857 - - - - - #5

1979-80 Sue Gunter

27-6 .818 17-0 5-5 5-1

1980-81

Mary Ann Otwell

24-11

.686

14-2

4-4

8-3

-

-

#14

1981-82

Mary Ann Otwell

15-9

.625

8-1

6-6

2-1

-

-

#17

1982-83

Mary Ann Otwell

18-7

.720

8-4

7-1

4-1

-

-

1983-84

Mary Ann Otwell/D. Wilhelm

14-12

.538

7-3

4-8

3-1

-

-

- - #5

1984-85 Don Wilhelm

4-23 .148 3-9 1-10 0-4 2-8 .200

1985-86 Gary Blair

16-12 .571 9-4 3-7 4-1 7-3 .700

1986-87 Gary Blair

25-6 .806 11-1 10-4 4-1 9-1 .900

1987-88

Gary Blair

29-5

.853

16-1

11-3

2-1

13-1

.929

1988-89

Gary Blair

30-4

.882

15-0

10-3

5-1

13-1

.882 #11, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1989-90

Gary Blair

28-3

.903

15-1

9-0

4-2

14-0

1.000 #6, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1990-91

Gary Blair

26-5

.839

14-1

10-4

2-0

14-0

1.000 #14, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1991-92

Gary Blair

28-3

.903

16-0

10-2

1-1

17-1

.944 #4, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1992-93

Gary Blair

28-5

.848

17-1

11-2

1-1

17-1

.944 #12, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1993-94

Joe Curl

23-7

.767

14-3

9-4

0-0

16-2

.889 SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

#11, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1994-95 Royce Chadwick

22-8 .733 11-2 8-5 3-1 15-3 .833 NCAA Tournament

1995-96

Royce Chadwick

27-4

.871

12-1

12-2

3-1

18-0

1.000 SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1996-97

Royce Chadwick

28-5

.848

11-1

12-2

5-2

18-0

1.000

1997-98

Royce Chadwick

25-4

.862

13-0

8-2

4-2

15-1

.938 SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

1998-99

Royce Chadwick

18-11

.620

10-3

6-7

2-1

12-6

.667 NCAA Tournament

1999-2000 Royce Chadwick

28-4

.875

14-1

8-1

6-2

17-1

.944 SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

2000-01

Royce Chadwick

26-7

.857

15-1

8-4

3-2

18-2

.900 SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

2001-02

Lee Ann Riley

26-4

.867

13-0

9-4

4-4

19-1

.950 SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

2002-03

Lee Ann Riley

15-13

.535

10-2

5-9

0-2

15-5

.750

2003-04

Lee Ann Riley

9-19

.321

5-8

4-9

0-2

9-7

.563

2004-05

Lee Ann Riley

12-16

.429

8-4

1-11

3-2

6-10

.375

2005-06

Lee Ann Riley

23-8

.742

14-0

8-6

1-2

14-2

.875 SLC Chamions, NCAA Tournament

2006-07

Lee Ann Riley

21-12

.636

9-4

9-5

3-3

11-5

.688 WNIT Tournament

2007-08

Lee Ann Riley

12-17

.414

7-5

4-10

1-2

9-7

.563

2008-09

#17, SLC Champions, NCAA Tournament

Lee Ann Riley

15-14

.517

9-2

4-9

1-3

10-6

.625

2009-2010 Lee Ann Riley

18-11

.621

9-2

8-5

1-4

13-3

.813 SLC Co-Champions, WNIT Tournament

2010-11 Brandon Schneider

12-18 .400 8-5 4-11 0-2 9-8 .529

2011-12

23-10

Brandon Schneider

.697

11-4

9-5

3-1

11-5

.683 WBI Tournament

2012-13 Brandon Schneider

14-17 .452 8-6 4-10 2-1 8-10 .444

2013-14

Brandon Schneider

23-13

.639

14-3

7-8

2-2

13-5

.722 SLC Co-Champions

2014-15

Brandon Schneider

23-8

.742

15-1

8-4

0-3

16-2

.889 SLC Champions

2015-16

Mark Kellogg

18-12

.600

10-4

6-5

2-3

12-6

.667

TOTALS

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1005-435 .698 420-90* 262-197* 94-66*

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390-100 .796 *Game by game records not available.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME YEARLY RESULTS SUE GUNTER 1972-1980 (Eight Seasons) Overall: 208-65 Four-Time Nationally Ranked

1972-73 | 20-6

Temple JC.....................................L................67-57 Trinity Valley JC............................W................59-23 Wayland Baptist..........................W................49-46 Lamar..........................................W................58-48 Lamar..........................................W................60-42 Abilene Christian.........................W................49-34 Tarleton State...............................L................61-41 West Texas State..........................W................63-27 Lamar..........................................W................37-34 Texas Woman’s Univ.....................W................62-42 Sam Houston State......................W................51-50 Northwestern State......................L................54-45 Lamar...........................................L................42-40 Southwest Texas..........................W................56-39 Midwestern Texas .......................W................61-35 Sam Houston State......................W................57-39 Tarleton State..............................W................55-40 Lamar..........................................W................47-40 Southwestern Texas.....................W................76-60 Tarleton State..............................W................57-48 Utah State...................................W................53-38 Queens College.............................L................59-56 Southwest Texas...........................L................60-57 Texas Wesleyan College...............W................63-32 Baylor..........................................W................51-43 Lamar.......................................... W...............54-44

1973-74 | 26-7

Trinity Valley JC............................W................56-42 Temple JC.....................................L................83-50 St. Louis ......................................W................88-42 Lamar..........................................W................71-47 Hardin Simmons..........................W................77-40 Tarleton State .............................W................68-53 Baylor...........................................L................61-55 North Texas..................................W................69-58 Tarleton State..............................W................66-46 Baylor..........................................W................67-46 Texas Southern............................W................65-29 Texas Woman’s Univ. ...................W................64-50 Temple JC....................................W................56-53 Mississippi State..........................W................53-41 Texas Wesleyan............................W................61-27 Texas Tech....................................W................75-36 Sam Houston State......................W................75-54 Tarleton State..............................W................63-54 Trinity Valley JC............................W................54-39 Oklahoma State...........................W................74-46 Phillips University........................W................54-53 Wayland Baptist...........................L................51-41 Trinity Valley JC............................W................63-50 Lamar..........................................W................54-38 Illinios State................................W................55-48 William Penn...............................W................46-42 Tennessee Tech.............................L................63-43 East Texas State...........................W................68-56 Baylor .........................................W................64-58 Wayland Baptist...........................L................59-50

1974-75 | 32-8

Mississippi Univ./Women............W............... 66-54 Mississippi Univ./Women............W ...............62-51

Panola JC.....................................W ...............66-52 Panola JC.....................................W ...............61-58 San Antonio College....................W ...............87-35 Seminole JC.................................W............... 61-58 Panola JC.....................................W ...............56-48 Gulf Coast JC................................W ...............70-31 Tennessee-Martin.......................W ...............90-60 Delta State....................................L ................70-66 Belmont College..........................W ...............85-66 Temple JC....................................W............... 85-82 Rice.............................................W ...............82-20 Sam Houston State......................W ...............87-61 Texas Woman’s Univ.....................W ...............87-61 Baylor..........................................W ...............66-59 Lamar..........................................W ...............61-55 East Texas State...........................W ...............76-56 Northwestern Oklahoma ............W............... 77-63 Mississippi College .......................L ................78-71 Texas Christian.............................W ...............77-45 Tarleton State..............................W ...............80-63 Texas Woman’s Univ. ...................W............... 75-45 Baylor..........................................W............... 69-66 Southern Arkansas State .............W............... 68-52 Wayland Baptist..........................W............... 80-46 Dallas Baptist ..............................W............... 66-53 Texas-Arlington ..........................W............... 70-55 Texas-Arlington ...........................L ................68-51 Southern Connecticut .................W............... 68-51 West Georgia...............................W............... 82-62 Wayland Baptist...........................L ................50-46 Abilene Christian ........................W............... 75-37 Southwest Texas .........................W............... 97-51 Wayland Baptist..........................W................57-56

1975-76 | 20-13

Panola JC .....................................L ................63-57 Louisiana State ...........................W ...............60-56 Sam Houston State .....................W ...............89-51 Tyler JC........................................W ...............62-54 Delta State ..................................W ...............81-53 Northwestern State ....................W ...............84-69 Northwestern State ....................W ...............67-65 Indiana........................................W ...............78-70 Mercer College .............................L ................72-69 Ohio State ...................................W ...............61-44 Anderson College .........................L ................92-64 Mississippi College .......................L ................82-78 Kansas State ................................L ................82-46 William Penn................................L ................75-67 Delta State....................................L ................72-68 Tyler JC........................................W ...............75-50 Temple JC....................................W ...............68-63 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............71-35 Baylor..........................................W ...............86-70 Lamar..........................................W............... 85-54 Temple JC....................................W ...............82-59 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............76-74 Baylor..........................................W ...............91-85 Panola JC.....................................W ...............80-65 Wayland Baptist ..........................L ................81-68 East Texas State ...........................W................81-48 Texas-Arlington ..........................W............... 68-61 Texas-Arlington...........................W............... 69-65

1976-77 | 28-6 NATIONALLY RANKED 9TH

West Texas...................................W .............100-64 Texas A&M...................................W ...............85-57 Baylor ..........................................L ................89-75 Texas-Arlington ..........................W ...............84-66

Texas-Arlington ...........................L ................70-69 Panola JC.....................................W ...............71-53 Temple JC....................................W ...............83-75 Texas A&M...................................W ...............88-66 Panola JC.....................................W ...............56-49 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............78-70 Central Missouri State .................W ...............67-58 Gulf Coast JC................................W ...............69-63 Delta State...................................W............... 57-54 Tennessee Tech ............................L ..............102-68 Mississippi College ......................W ...........115-104 Northeast Louisiana....................W ...............98-80 Texas A&M...................................W ...............97-47 Baylor..........................................W ...............81-71 Sam Houston State......................W ...............75-51 Northwestern State ....................W............... 78-59 Southwest Texas .........................W............... 73-38 Angelo State ...............................W............... 74-32 Southeastern Louisiana ..............W ...............80-79 Northwestern State ....................W ...............83-72 Baylor..........................................W ...............73-65 Wayland Baptist ..........................L ................80-79 Mississippi College .......................L ............111-110 Northeast Louisiana ....................W ...............85-69 Sam Houston State .....................W ...............79-57 Temple JC....................................W ...............68-59 Lamar..........................................W ...............84-52 Texas A&M...................................W ...............94-62 Angelo State................................W ...............97-67 Texas A&M...................................W .............106-62 Baylor..........................................W............... 95-74 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............73-72 Northeastern Louisiana...............W ...............82-71 Louisiana State ............................L ................76-73 Wayland Baptist...........................L............... 88-78

1977-78 | 25-14 NATIONALLY RANKED 14TH

Temple JC....................................W............... 98-81 Panola JC.....................................W ...............67-60 Temple JC....................................W ...............78-57 Louisiana State.............................L............... 62-53 Texas A&M...................................W............... 83-49 Panola JC.....................................W ...............59-49 Wayland Baptist ..........................L ................65-49 Belhaven College ........................W............... 78-48 Louisiana State ............................L ................78-60 Mississippi State .........................W............... 68-60 Central Missouri State .................W............... 80-62 Houston.......................................W ...............67-61 Mississippi College .......................L ................86-84 Louisiana State.............................L ................71-68 Texas A&M...................................W............... 60-46 Louisiana Tech.............................W............... 80-67 Sam Houston State .....................W............... 78-52 Texas A&M-Kingsville .................W ...............63-32 Southeastern Louisiana ..............W............... 82-75 Texas............................................L ................75-54 Houston.......................................W............... 76-66 Wayland Baptist ..........................L ................68-55 Mississippi College .......................L ................70-69 Louisiana Tech .............................L ................74-73 Southern California .....................W ...............78-60 Rice.............................................W ...............86-31 Sam Houston State .....................W............... 91-49 Houston........................................L............... 69-68 Abilene Christian.........................W............. 113-80 North Texas..................................W ...............69-53 Texas............................................L............... 93-78 Texas Tech ...................................W ...............79-65 Oklahoma....................................W............. 106-54 Texas...........................................W ...............80-78

Louisiana State ...........................W ...............66-54 Wayland Baptist ..........................L ................86-70 Washington.................................W ...............96-55 UCLA.............................................L ................86-60

1978-79 | 30-5 NATIONALLY RANKED 5TH

Lamar..........................................W ...............89-44 Panola JC.....................................W............... 75-35 Louisiana State ............................L............... 71-69 Temple JC....................................W............... 90-62 Sam Houston State .....................W ...............95-58 Lamar..........................................W ...............86-41 Temple JC....................................W .............103-73 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............69-58 Houston.......................................W............... 85-69 Utah............................................W............... 83-54 Mississippi ..................................W............... 71-66 Tennessee....................................W ...............69-60 Valdosta State.............................W ...............78-65 George Washington ....................W............... 75-39 Maryland ....................................W............... 60-52 Mississippi College ......................W ...............91-61 Louisiana Tech .............................L............... 76-68 Northeast Louisiana ....................W ...............73-66 Sam Houston State .....................W............... 92-44 Southwest Texas .........................W ...............87-36 Houston.......................................W ...............81-59 Texas............................................L............... 72-69 Northeast Louisiana ....................W ...............80-53 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............86-69 Mississippi College ......................W ...............72-70 Louisiana Tech ............................W............... 83-82 Texas Woman’s Univ. ...................W............. 108-52 Lamar..........................................W............. 106-61 Wayland Baptist .........................W ...............83-68 Texas...........................................W ...............70-59 North Texas..................................W ...............78-56 UCLA............................................W............... 99-64 Houston.......................................W............... 78-49 Wayland Baptist ..........................L ................70-53 Texas............................................L............... 65-60

1979-80 | 27-6 NATIONALLY RANKED 5TH

@ Temple JC.................................W............... 68-56 Lamar..........................................W............... 83-63 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............97-43 @ Houston...................................W ...............86-60 vs. Texas A&M..............................W ...............84-49 vs. Baylor.....................................W .............122-65 @ Wayland Baptist......................W ...............67-55 Blue Mountain College ...............W............... 90-65 Central Missouri State .................W............... 90-76 Tennessee Tech ...........................W............... 89-71 vs. Maryland................................W............... 90-79 @ Mississippi................................L............... 79-68 @ Tennessee.................................L ................79-68 vs. Louisiana State ......................W............... 72-76 vs. Louisiana Tech........................W................75-71 @ Northeast Louisiana.................W............... 98-62 @ Texas ........................................L ................64-52 @ Sam Houston State..................W............... 80-52 Penn State...................................W............... 91-72 Old Dominion...............................L ................81-60 @ Louisian Tech............................L ................82-56 vs. Northeast Louisiana...............W............... 79-57 vs. Long Beach State....................W ...............92-64 vs. Missouri..................................W ...............80-49 vs. Texas Woman’s Univ. ..............W ...............81-57 vs. Houston..................................W ...............89-70

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS vs. Texas......................................W ...............86-71 vs. Temple JC...............................W ...............87-47 vs. Texas Tech...............................W............... 79-55 vs. Texas.......................................W............... 76-75 vs. Louisiana Tech........................W............... 73-67 vs. Oregon...................................W................76-53 @ South Carolina..........................L................63-56

MARY ANN OTWELL 1980-1984 (Four Seasons) Overall: 71-39 Two Time Nationally Ranked

1980-81 | 24-11 NATIONALLY RANKED 14TH

vs. Lamar.....................................W .............110-48 vs. Oklahoma State .....................W ...............81-45 vs. Houston..................................W............... 95-67 Illinois State ................................W ...............60-59 @ Wayland Baptist .......................L............... 72-68 Oregon.........................................L ................82-78 vs. Minnesota..............................W............... 91-72 vs. Baylor.....................................W............... 88-62 @ Texas A&M ..............................W............... 94-61 vs. Tennessee...............................W ...............72-68 Delta State...................................W ...............92-62 Wayland Baptist..........................W ...............84-64 @ Kansas State............................W............... 83-75 @ Kansas......................................L ................80-59 Southern Illinois .........................W............... 79-60 @ Wichita State ..........................W............... 80-55 Minnesota...................................W............... 77-62 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ................81-57 vs. Texas.......................................W............... 84-67 @ LSU..........................................W............... 90-71 vs. Oklahoma...............................W............... 70-49 vs. Wayland Baptist ....................W ...............85-54 @ Baylor.......................................L............... 88-79 California......................................L ................82-75 New Mexico ................................W ...............67-51 vs. Louisiana Tech........................W............... 79-61 vs. Mississippi..............................W............... 82-69 Texas Woman’s Univ. ...................W............... 85-51 Houston.......................................W ...............73-58 Texas............................................L............... 54-51 vs. Northwestern State................W ...............93-72 vs. Texas.......................................W ...............70-66 vs. Louisiana Tech.........................L ................98-67 vs. Northwestern.........................W ...............88-67 vs. Old Dominion..........................L............... 60-54

1981-82 | 15-9 NATIONALLY RANKED 17TH

@ Georgia State ..........................W ...............83-74 @ Tennessee ...............................W ...............80-74 Missouri ......................................W............... 62-58 Louisiana Tech .............................L ................97-59 Oregon State ................................L ................75-70 vs. Southern................................W .............109-55 vs. Texas A&M .............................W............... 77-55 @ Oklahoma State ......................W ...............77-66 @ Oklahoma ...............................W ...............64-62 @ Jackson State ...........................L ................73-72 @ Memphis State .........................L............... 94-74 vs. Louisiana Tech ........................L ................69-59 vs. Montclair State ......................W............... 79-66 @ Texas.........................................L........ 80-79(OT) vs. Kansas....................................W............... 86-73 @ Cal Poly-Pomona .....................W............... 77-66 @ Long Beach State .....................L............... 80-71 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ..............105-58 vs. Delta State .............................W ...............91-70

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vs. McNeese State .......................W ...............89-78 vs. Mississippi College .................W ...............79-61 @ Houston...................................W............... 78-65 vs. Wayland Baptist ....................W............... 77-59 @ Kansas State (NCAA).................L ................78-75

1982-83 | 18-7

Missouri........................................L............... 80-79 Kansas.........................................W............... 94-62 vs. North Texas.............................W .............101-49 @ Texas A&M...............................W............... 86-65 vs. Houston..................................W............. 104-69 vs. Tennessee ...............................L............... 76-67 @ Southern Methodist ................W ...............89-47 Indiana........................................W............... 73-62 vs. Old Dominion .........................L ................61-58 vs. Texas........................................L ................95-88 Auburn........................................W ...............59-56 Mississippi State .........................W............... 73-46 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 82-69 vs. Tulsa.......................................W .............108-64 vs. Oklahoma City .......................W............. 103-83 vs. Texas Southern ......................W ...............88-69 vs. Memphis State .......................L ................79-76 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 72-71 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ................81-64 vs. Tulane.....................................W ...............74-58 vs. Jackson State..........................W............... 77-64 @ North Texas..............................W............... 77-53 @ McNeese State.........................W............... 83-70 @ Delta State...............................W ...............85-75 @ Long Beach State (NCAA)..........L............... 88-61

1983-84 | 14-12 OTWELL/WILHELM

vs. Oklahoma State .....................W............... 95-79 Texas Tech....................................W ...............65-63 Missouri.......................................W ...............81-79 Clemson.......................................L............... 95-75 @ Houston....................................L ................61-59 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W ...............83-60 vs. Texas A&M .............................W ...............93-65 @ McNeese State .........................L ................81-74 @ Northeast Louisiana .................L ..............101-72 Ohio State ...................................W........ 94-88(OT) @ Southern Methodist ................W ...............77-64 @Jackson State ............................L............... 62-48 vs. McNeese State .......................W ...............90-71 @ Georgia.....................................L ..............106-51 @ Auburn.....................................L ................85-61 vs. Southern................................W............... 72-63 vs. Northeast Louisiana ................L ................74-70 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 68-55 @ Texas.........................................L............... 91-64 @ Tulane......................................W............... 86-75 @ New Orleans.............................L............... 69-66 vs. Delta State .............................W............... 76-69 vs. Louisiana Tech ........................L............... 87-58 vs. Alcorn State ............................L ................88-74 vs. Louisiana College....................W ...............85-75 @ North Texas..............................W............... 72-66

DON WILHELM 1984-85 (One Season) Overall: 4-23 Conference: 2-8

1984-85 | 4-23 (2-8 SLC)

@ Northeast Louisiana .................L ................90-51 vs. McNeese State .......................W............... 63-57

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@ Oklahoma State .......................L............... 85-58 Louisiana Tech .............................L ..............104-48 Southwest Missouri .....................L............... 81-75 @ Texas A&M................................L............... 77-66 vs. Texas Tech................................L ................84-51 Baylor...........................................L ................76-63 Oral Roberts................................W................70-68 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona ....................L ................66-48 vs. Jackson State ..........................L ................57-55 vs. Northeast Louisiana ................L ................88-58 vs. Louisiana Tech ........................L............... 98-58 @ Southeastern Louisiana ...........L ................74-64 @ Nicholls State ...........................L ................66-63 vs. Southwest Texas......................L............... 61-56 vs. Sam Houston State .................L............... 76-57 vs. Alabama..................................L ................74-64 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W............... 83-77 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 83-77 @ Southwest Texas.......................L ................91-61 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............58-55 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ................94-61 vs. Northwestern State ................L............... 95-79 @ Houston....................................L............... 79-58 @ Northwestern State .................L ..............106-85 @ Southwestern Louisiana...........L ................71-56

GARY BLAIR 1985-93 (Eight Seasons) Overall: 210-43 Conference: 104-16

1985-86 | 16-12 (7-3 SLC)

vs. Texas A&M ..............................L ................83-59 @ Texas Tech ................................L ................73-53 Creighton .....................................L............... 63-57 Oklahoma State............................L ................60-59 Lamar..........................................W ...............76-58 @ McNeese State .........................L ................70-65 vs. Lamar.....................................W................78-61 vs. Oklahoma State .....................W ...............68-63 McNeese State.............................W ...............64-57 Oral Roberts................................W............... 69-64 @ Alabama...................................L ................88-36 @ Louisiana College .....................L ................62-49 vs. Wayland Baptist ....................W............... 80-58 vs. Northwestern Bible ................L ................72-68 vs. Texas-Arlington .....................W ...............85-67 vs. Southwest Texas.....................W............... 60-58 vs. Sam Houston State ................W................76-50 vs. Louisiana Tech ........................L ................73-55 @ Southeastern Louisiana ...........L ................63-60 @ Nicholls State ..........................W............... 74-64 @ Northwestern State .................L ................74-68 vs. Texas-Pan American ...............W............... 91-59 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W ...............75-62 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 87-78 @ Southwest Texas......................W ...............79-49 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............75-62 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ................75-49 vs. Southwestern Louisiana.........W............... 62-55

1986-87 | 25-6 (9-1 SLC)

Colorado State ............................W ...............71-48 @ Oklahoma State .......................L ................78-71 vs. McNeese State .......................W ...............85-64 vs. Baylor.....................................W ...............77-57 vs. Alabama..................................L ................75-68 vs. Houston..................................W ...............80-70 Indiana........................................W............... 70-65 @ UNLV........................................W............... 74-70 @ Texas-Pan American ................W ...............90-57

@UTSA..........................................L................76-67 vs. Louisiana College ...................W ...............83-40 @ Alcorn State.............................W............... 86-58 @ Southern Methodist ................W............... 78-63 vs. Texas Wesleyan ......................W............... 75-46 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 82-65 vs. Southwest Texas.....................W............... 84-53 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............75-54 vs. North Texas ............................W............... 79-59 @ Southeastern Louisiana ..........W ...............70-55 @ Nicholls State ..........................W ...............74-51 @ Northwestern State .................L............... 78-69 @ Lamar......................................W............... 87-62 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W............... 81-49 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 79-60 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ................76-42 @ Southwest Texas......................W............... 79-71 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............73-50 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W ...............75-60 Creighton (WNIT).........................L............... 76-69 Appalachian State (WNIT) ..........W............... 81-80 Montana (WNIT) .........................W............... 78-68

1987-88 | 29-5 (13-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 11TH

UCLA............................................W ...............71-61 Texas............................................L ................94-71 @ Hawaii.....................................W............... 73-69 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 79-72 vs. Alcorn State ...........................W............... 83-65 vs. Grambling State ....................W ...............82-79 @ Baylor......................................W ...............71-58 Kansas State................................W ...............82-59 @ Southern Methodist ................W ...............70-56 @ Arkansas..................................W ...............93-59 @ Mississippi................................L ................68-53 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 81-58 vs. Tulane.....................................W ...............85-55 @ McNeese State.........................W ...............86-58 @ Lamar......................................W............... 84-79 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............64-62 @ Southwest Texas .....................W ...............86-70 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 86-55 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............94-75 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W............... 90-49 vs. North Texas.............................W............... 93-72 vs. Louisiana Tech ........................L............... 69-51 @ Texas-Arlington.......................W............... 76-63 @ North Texas..............................W ...............78-64 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 96-90 @ Northeast Louisiana .................L ................89-71 vs. Southwest Texas.....................W ...............94-66 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............72-57 vs. McNeese State .......................W............... 86-69 vs. Southern Methodist ...............W .............103-62 vs. North Texas.............................W .............101-66 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 92-85 vs. Louisiana State (NCAA)...........W ...............84-62 @ Iowa (NCAA).............................L ................83-65

1988-89 | 30-4 (13-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 11TH

New Mexico State .......................W ...............92-65 Oklahoma State ..........................W ...............85-84 vs. Lamar.....................................W ...............81-67 vs. Arkansas.................................W............... 93-75 vs. South Alabama ......................W ...............75-55


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS @ Houston...................................W............... 64-53 @ Southern Methodist ................W............... 78-63 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W ...............66-59 vs. Kansas....................................W ...............74-55 @ Grambling State .......................L............... 63-62 @ Tulane......................................W............... 70-65 @ McNeese State ........................W ...............75-62 @ Louisiana Tech..........................L ................88-54 @ Sam Houston State .................W............... 69-52 @ Southwest Texas .....................W ...............78-68 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W ...............77-68 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............81-74 vs. Texas-Arlington .....................W ...............86-46 vs. North Texas ............................W............... 91-64 vs. Mississippi .............................W............... 76-53 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W............... 60-50 @ North Texas .............................W............... 72-62 @ Northwestern State .................L............... 78-76 @ Northeast Louisiana ................W............... 64-59 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 85-50 Portland State ............................W............. 100-65 Providence...................................W ...............95-80 Old Dominion .............................W ...............96-81 vs. McNeese State .......................W............... 83-73 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W ...............95-88 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 89-62 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............82-73 vs. Washington (NCAA) ...............W ...............73-63 Maryland (NCAA).........................L ................89-54

1989-90 | 28-3 (14-0 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 6TH

vs. Oklahoma State .....................W ...............74-54 vs. Southern Methodist...............W .............103-62 vs. Alcorn State ...........................W ...............76-64 vs. Houston..................................W ...............94-64 @ Kansas.....................................W............... 78-64 Northern Illinois .........................W............... 90-65 Washington..................................L ................84-60 Murray State................................W ...............88-67 Florida International ...................W ...............67-60 Miami (Fla.) ................................W ...............69-62 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............92-73 @ Northeast Louisiana.................W............... 82-55 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............82-55 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 84-45 vs. Louisiana Tech.........................L............... 69-56 @ North Texas .............................W............... 84-55 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W ...............82-55 vs. McNeese State .......................W .............111-50 vs. Grambling State ....................W .............102-50 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W............... 97-56 vs. North Texas.............................W ...............93-51 @ Louisiana State........................W............... 87-83 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 98-69 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 80-54 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 93-80 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 68-52 @ McNeese State ........................W............... 91-42 vs. Texas-Arlington (SLC) .............W............... 83-50 vs. Northwestern State (SLC) ......W ...............93-83 vs. Long Beach State (NCAA) .......W ...............78-62 Arkansas (NCAA)..........................L............... 87-82

1990-91 | 26-5 (14-0 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 14TH

Mississippi Valley State ...............W ...............87-62

@ Arkansas...................................L ................81-72 vs. Southwestern Louisiana ........W............. 101-36 vs. Lamar.....................................W ...............70-69 @ Houston....................................L ................86-71 vs. Texas-Pan American ...............W .............104-46 vs. Northern Illinois ....................W ...............96-76 Minnesota...................................W ...............84-66 @ Western Kentucky ....................L ................88-85 @ Tennessee Tech ........................W ...............70-64 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............95-57 vs. North Texas.............................W............... 79-61 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 68-67 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 79-53 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 75-61 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 88-62 @ Southern Mississippi ...............W ...............81-72 @ McNeese State ........................W............. 109-70 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 99-64 @ Northeast Louisiana.................W ...............73-69 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............80-61 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W ...............84-50 @ Louisiana Tech.........................W ...............77-74 @ North Texas .............................W ...............89-56 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W............... 97-77 vs. Louisiana State........................L ................79-77 vs. McNeese State .......................W .............101-41 vs. Texas-Arlington (SLC) .............W ...............97-65 vs. Northeast Louisiana (SLC) ......W............... 70-58 vs. Mississippi (NCAA) .................W............... 73-62 @ Virginia (NCAA).........................L............... 74-72

1991-92 | 28-3 (17-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 4TH

vs. Arkansas.................................W............... 83-57 vs. Western Kentucky...................W............... 58-43 vs. Florida International ..............W ...............70-66 vs. Alcorn State............................W .............100-60 @ Northern Illinois.......................L ................73-55 Iowa State...................................W ...............82-47 @ Florida.....................................W ...............84-73 @ Sam Houston State..................W............... 77-66 vs. North Texas ............................W ...............87-47 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............79-63 @ Louisiana State........................W ...............64-57 @ Nicholls State...........................W ...............81-63 @ McNeese State.........................W............... 77-51 vs. Houston..................................W............... 85-60 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 65-47 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 65-50 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W............... 77-50 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 61-50 @ Texas-Arlington.......................W............... 80-61 @ North Texas..............................W............... 84-72 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 69-41 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............. 100-50 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 74-56 @ Northeast Louisiana .................L ................83-71 vs. Southwest Texas.....................W ...............63-42 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 78-54 vs. Texas-Arlington (SLC) .............W............... 66-56 vs. Northwestern State (SLC) ......W............... 77-58 vs. Creighton (NCAA) ..................W ...............75-74 Southern California (NCAA)..........L ................61-57

1992-93 | 28-5 (17-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 12TH

@ Houston...................................W ...............81-70

Arkansas State ............................W ...............78-58 Tennessee.....................................L ................94-71 @ Hawaii.....................................W ...............67-63 vs. New Mexico State...................W............... 84-70 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 84-58 vs. Tennessee Tech.......................W ...............70-56 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............88-41 @ Southern Methodist .................L ................78-69 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W............... 96-63 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 71-62 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W ...............70-59 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............77-74 @ North Texas..............................W ...............83-59 @ Texas-Arlington.......................W ...............70-52 vs. Nicholls State.........................W............... 89-48 vs. McNeese State........................W ...............86-60 vs. Louisiana Tech .......................W............... 74-67 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 74-60 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W ...............76-60 @ Northwestern State ................W ...............80-75 @ Northeast Louisiana .................L ................77-73 vs. Louisiana State ......................W............... 81-68 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W............... 74-60 vs. North Texas.............................W ...............82-64 @Southern Mississippi ................W ...............72-71 @ McNeese State.........................W ...............81-68 @ Nicholls State...........................W ...............93-53 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............68-53 vs. Northeast Louisiana (SLC) ......W ...............72-53 vs. Northwestern State (SLC) ......W ...............77-75 vs. Clemson (NCAA) ....................W ...............89-78 vs. Vanderbilt (NCAA)...................L ................59-56

JOE CURL 1993-94 (One Season) Overall: 23-7 Conference: 16-2

1993-94 | 23-7 (16-2 SLC) SOUTHLAND CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

@ Lamar......................................W............... 73-60 vs. Colorado..................................L ................81-62 vs. Florida....................................W............... 82-71 vs. Houston..................................W............... 85-43 @ Georgia.....................................L ................78-63 @ Cal State Fullerton...................W............... 90-64 @ Southern California...................L ................78-64 @ North Texas .............................W............... 67-57 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ........ 83-78 (ot) vs. Texas Tech ...............................L ................81-49 @ Texas- San Antonio..................W............... 72-57 @ Southwest Texas ......................L ................74-62 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W ...............71-63 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............73-63 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 77-56 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 92-62 @ Northeast Louisiana.................W........ 78-75 (ot) @ Northwestern State..................L ......... 96-95 (ot) vs. Southwest Texas ....................W ........ 90-86 (ot) vs. Texas-San Antonio..................W ...............77-49 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W ...............73-70 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............81-50 @ Nicholls State ..........................W ...............95-55 @ McNeese State.........................W ...............68-56 vs. North Texas ............................W ...............86-61 vs. Texas-Arlington .....................W............... 85-67 vs.Sam Houston State..................W............... 53-48 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 51-37 vs. Northeast Louisiana...............W ...............73-65 vs. Kansas (NCAA).........................L ................72-63

ROYCE CHADWICK 1994- 2001 (Seven Seasons) Overall: 174-43 Conference: 113-13

1994-95 | 22-8 (15-3 SLC) NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

@ Colorado...................................L ................72-48 George Mason ............................W ...............75-52 vs. Texas-Pan American...............W .............101-51 vs. Iowa.......................................W............... 79-70 @ Memphis..................................L............... 63-61 vs. Southern California .................L ................81-76 @ Houston...................................W ...............98-96 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 74-62 @ Texas Tech.................................L ................84-52 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............78-60 @ Southwest Texas .....................W ...............64-48 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W............... 80-42 vs. Nicholls Sate ..........................W............. 108-59 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 90-75 vs. Northwestern State ................L............... 87-82 @ North Texas .............................W............... 81-79 @ Texas-Arlington ........................L............... 61-54 @ Sam Houston State..................W............... 65-62 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W ...............89-50 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 66-57 @ Northeast Louisiana ................W ...............77-59 @ Northwestern State ................W ...............75-70 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W............... 80-73 vs. North Texas ............................W............... 88-60 @ McNeese State .........................L............... 83-81 @ Nicholls State ..........................W ...............91-51 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............93-84 Southwest Texas .........................W ...............72-57 Northwestern State ....................W............... 68-60 Seton Hall (NCAA)........................L ................73-63

1995-96 | 27-4 (18-0 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

@ Iowa.........................................L............... 64-58 Maryland......................................L............... 67-63 vs. Texas-Pan America .................W .............112-44 vs. Alcorn State............................W............. 102-56 vs. Memphis................................W............... 82-73 @ Pacific......................................W ...............76-61 @ San Jose State .........................W............... 67-47 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W ...............89-58 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W ...............68-52 @ Northeast Louisiana ................W ...............80-65 @T exas-Arlington ......................W ...............81-51 @ North Texas..............................W............... 98-69 @ Sam Houston State..................W ...............74-68 @ Northwestern State ................W ...............77-67 vs. Nicholls State.........................W .............117-31 vs. McNeese State .......................W .............102-46 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 66-51 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W .............102-63 vs. North Texas ............................W .............109-63 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............81-59 @ Arkansas...................................L............... 81-60 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 82-66 @ McNeese State ........................W............... 77-48 @ Nicholls State...........................W ...............98-51 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 77-75 vs. Northeast Louisiana...............W ...............98-48 Sam Houston State......................W ...............75-56 Southwest Texas..........................W ...............76-58 Oregon State (NCAA) ..................W............... 67-65

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS @ Clemson (NCAA) .....................W............... 93-88 vs. Georgia (NCAA).......................L ................78-64

vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W............... 84-52 W. Kentucky (NCAA).....................L ................88-76

1996-97 | 28-5 (16-0 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE NATIONALLY RANKED 17TH

1998-99 | 18-11 (12-6 SLC) NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

San Diego State ..........................W ...............67-62 @ Baylor......................................W ...............96-73 Miami (OH)..................................W ...............61-45 Stanford .......................................L ................85-62 @ Hawaii.....................................W............... 70-64 vs. Texas Christian .......................W ...............78-76 vs. Arkansas State .......................W ...............96-72 @ Houston...................................W ...............78-54 Minnesota...................................W ...............80-63 @ UNLV........................................W............... 94-71 @ Southern Methodist .................L ................76-73 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W ...............74-64 vs. Northeast Louisiana...............W ...............92-57 vs. Northwestern State ...............W .............101-68 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............97-76 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W ...............88-63 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 88-57 vs. McNeese State .......................W............... 86-70 vs. Nicholls State .........................W ...............90-71 vs. Arkansas..................................L ................85-76 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............86-58 @ Northeast Louisiana ................W............... 78-60 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 87-77 vs. Lamar ....................................W .............115-57 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............86-68 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W ...............64-63 @ Nicholls State ..........................W............... 69-62 @ McNeese State ........................W ...............71-65 vs. Southwest Texas.....................W ...............75-56 Sam Houston State .....................W............... 92-66 Southwest Texas ..........................L ................66-65 Toledo (NCAA).............................W............... 79-66 @ Colorado (NCAA).......................L............... 66-57

1997-98 | 25-4 (15-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

Oklahoma....................................W................82-58 Texas Tech.....................................L ................93-83 Texas A&M...................................W............... 82-73 @ Louisiana Tech..........................L ................85-53 vs. Pacific.....................................W............... 81-52 vs. Lamar.....................................W .............103-67 vs. Houston..................................W............... 77-59 Alabama......................................W............... 89-87 New Mexico State .......................W............... 69-63 @ Lamar......................................W ...............78-43 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W ...............85-69 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............. 101-70 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W............... 84-71 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 85-61 vs. Northeast Louisiana ...............W .............104-62 vs. Nicholls State.........................W................92-45 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W............... 76-69 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 81-38 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 90-56 @ Northeast Louisiana..................L ........ 90-87 (OT) @ Northwestern State ................W ...............75-67 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 83-69 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 84-68 @ Nicholls State ..........................W ...............80-53 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W............... 97-55 @ Sam Houston State .................W............... 72-61 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 88-81

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vs. Prairie View A&M ...................W............... 87-47 vs. Southern Methodist...............W ...............79-72 vs. Texas-Pan American ...............W..............102-71 vs. Georgia....................................L ................71-70 @ Arizona....................................W............... 90-76 @ UC Irvine...................................L ................69-67 Oklahoma State ...........................L............... 82-68 @ Oklahoma.................................L ................91-72 vs. Southeastern Louisiana..........W............... 92-52 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 83-60 @ Southwest Texas .....................W............... 62-58 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W ...............68-54 vs. Northeast Louisiana ................L ................67-63 vs. Northwestern State ................L............... 85-84 @ Lamar.......................................L ................76-62 @Sam Houston State ...................L ................75-66 @ Nicholls State...........................W............... 75-68 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W............... 89-82 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 74-53 vs. McNeese State .......................W............... 73-61 vs. Texas-Arlington .....................W............... 76-61 @ Texas-Arlington ........................L ................76-61 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 84-53 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 74-66 vs. Sam Houston State .................L ................87-77 @ McNeese State......................... W ...............74-53 Texas-Arlington...........................W............... 70-63 Northwestern State ....................W ...............90-77 @ Texas Tech (NCAA).....................L ................80-54

1999-2000 | 28-4 (17-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

Harvard.......................................W............... 87-61 Texas Southern............................W ...............81-57 Georgia.........................................L ................85-44 St. Francis (Pa.) ...........................W ...............71-60 vs. Centenary...............................W............... 99-40 vs. Oklahoma................................L ................61-47 vs. Prairie View A&M....................W ...............77-45 vs. UC Irvine.................................W ...............75-56 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff ...............W ...............95-54 @ Nicholls State...........................W ...............89-61 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W ...............78-49 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 75-42 vs. Texas-San Antonio..................W............... 89-54 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 76-67 vs. Louisiana-Monroe..................W ...............77-56 @ Sam Houston State .................W............... 82-72 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W............... 60-47 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W ...............65-60 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W............... 82-47 vs. Nicholls State.........................W ...............79-44 vs. Southeastern Louisiana..........W ...............79-45 @ Lamar......................................W ...............76-61 @ McNeese State.........................W ...............74-58 vs. Sam Houston State ................W .............100-60 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 79-58 @ Louisiana-Monroe ....................L ................59-57 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............76-49 vs. Southeastern Louisiana..........W ...............85-65 Louisiana-Monroe.......................W ...............72-55 Northwestern State.....................W............... 79-68 Xavier (NCAA)..............................W............... 73-72 Louisiana State (NCAA).................L ................57-45

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2000-01 | 26-7 (18-2 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

vs. Alcorn State............................W ...............88-46 vs. Southern Methodist ...............W ...............69-62 Arizona State................................L ................67-45 UC Irvine......................................W............... 65-42 Michigan......................................L ................74-49 vs. Maine.....................................W............... 74-71 @ Southwest Texas .....................W ...............57-48 @Texas-San Antonio....................W............... 67-53 @Texas Christian ..........................L ................67-56 vs. Prairie View A&M ...................W............... 67-52 vs. Nicholls State.........................W............... 69-34 vs. Southeastern Louisiana..........W ...............69-47 @ Lamar......................................W............... 66-36 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............79-51 vs. Louisiana-Monroe..................W ...............86-67 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............80-63 @ McNeese State ........................W ...............80-63 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W ...............72-49 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............77-51 vs. Lamar.....................................W ...............68-55 @ Southeastern Louisiana ..........W............... 65-49 @ Nicholls State ..........................W............... 71-58 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 58-49 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 86-54 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 82-73 vs. UC Santa Barbara ....................L ................62-57 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W ...............62-52 @ Northwestern State .................L............... 58-55 @ Louisiana-Monroe....................L............... 56-51 vs. Southwest Texas.....................W ...............79-42 Texas-San Antonio.......................W ...............49-32 Northwestern State ....................W ...............82-73 @ Rutgers (NCAA).........................L ................80-43

LEE ANN RILEY 2001- 10 (Nine Seasons) Overall: 151-114 Conference: 106-46

2001-02 | 24-6 (19-1 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

@ Florida International ................L............... 74-57 Chicago State...............................L ................51-42 Charleston Southern ...................W............... 66-62 Chattanooga.................................L ................63-42 Western Illinois............................W............... 72-49 @ UC Santa Barbara .....................L ................75-55 vs. Arizona...................................W............... 68-66 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 79-50 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 58-44 @ Southeastern Louisiana ..........W............... 57-39 @ Nicholls State ..........................W............... 71-54 @ Louisiana-Monroe ...................W............... 66-60 @ Northwestern State .................L............... 67-42 vs. Sam Houston State.................W............... 81-54 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 79-56 @ McNeese State ........................W............... 85-54 @ Texas-San Antonio ..................W ...............62-47 @ Southwest Texas .....................W........ 59-57 (OT) vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W ...............73-64 vs. Nicholls State.........................W ...............89-39 vs. McNeese State .......................W ...............88-69 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W............... 78-45 @ Sam Houston State .................W............... 83-70 @ Lamar .....................................W ...............80-46

vs. Louisiana-Monroe .................W............... 86-54 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 88-68 vs. Texas-Arlington .....................W............... 78-55 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W............... 78-53 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 76-52 @ Texas Tech (NCAA).....................L............... 84-63

2002-03 | 15-13 (15-5 SLC)

@ Arkansas...................................L ................78-54 Wichita State................................L ................75-55 Alabama.......................................L............... 69-56 @ Colorado State .........................L............... 85-62 @ Oklahoma.................................L............... 77-55 vs. Auburn....................................L............... 72-44 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L............... 80-44 @ Louisiana-Monroe ...................W............... 64-59 vs. Southwest Texas ....................W............... 77-52 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 59-51 @ Nicholls State ..........................W ...............56-53 @ Southeastern Louisiana ..........W ...............73-54 vs. Lamar.....................................W ...............63-38 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............77-69 @ Texas-San Antonio ...................L............... 64-50 vs. Texas-Arlington .....................W............... 57-56 @ Northwestern State .................L............... 94-74 @ Texas-Arlington ........................L............... 69-61 @ McNeese State..........................L ........ 89-80 (OT) vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 62-45 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W............... 63-54 @ Lamar......................................W............... 65-42 @ Sam Houston State .................W............... 73-55 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W ...............54-42 @ Southwest Texas ......................L ................74-67 vs. Louisiana-Monroe .................W ...............75-65 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............80-73 vs. Southwest Texas......................L............... 64-56

2003-04 | 9-19 (9-7 SLC)

vs. Louisiana Tech ........................L ..............109-60 vs. Colorado State ........................L............... 72-57 @ Duke.........................................L............. 119-53 Creighton .....................................L............... 91-64 @ Rice...........................................L............... 94-50 Eastern Kentucky .........................L ................84-73 Oklahoma ....................................L ................79-52 @Arkansas State ..........................L ................91-73 vs. Arkansas..................................L ................79-61 @ Tulsa.........................................L ................73-56 @ Northwestern State .................L............... 84-54 vs. McNeese State ........................L............... 62-59 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W ...............71-57 @ Louisiana-Monroe ....................L............... 70-51 vs. Texas-Arlington......................W............... 58-54 vs. Sam Houston State..................L ................71-61 @ Southeastern Louisiana ..........W............... 69-64 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W ...............64-59 vs. Louisiana-Monroe .................W............... 68-53 vs. TAMU-Corpus Christi ...............L ........ 72-69 (OT) @ Texas-Arlington ........................L ................68-45 @ McNeese State..........................L ........ 68-61 (OT) vs. Nicholls State.........................W ...............93-71 @ Lamar......................................W ...............72-57 @ Sam Houston State .................W ...............70-54 vs. Northwestern State.................L ................75-72 @ Texas State ..............................W............... 91-68 @ Texas-Arlington........................L............... 69-61

2004-05 | 12-16 (6-10 SLC)

vs. Rice.........................................L............... 75-62 Duke.............................................L ................84-29 Illinois State................................W............... 66-60 @ East Carolina.............................L ................83-77


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Jackson State ..............................W............... 62-49 vs. Southern................................W............... 74-68 vs. Tulsa.......................................W ...............68-61 vs. Arkansas State........................W............... 78-65 @ Tulane.......................................L............... 79-72 Georgia State ..............................W............... 61-56 @ TAMU-Corpus Christi ................L ................75-62 vs. Northwestern State ...............W............... 58-55 @ Louisiana-Monroe ....................L............... 79-72 @ Sam Houston State ..................L............... 59-47 @Nicholls State...........................W............... 68-55 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 76-61 @ Texas-Arlington ........................L ................65-63 vs. McNeese State .......................W............... 62-50 @ Southeastern Louisiana ...........L ................73-72 vs. Texas State..............................W ...............61-57 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............66-56 @ McNeese State .........................L ................71-53 vs. Southeastern Louisiana ..........L ................62-60 vs. Texas-Arlington ......................L............... 64-38 @ Northwestern State..................L............... 72-71 @ Texas-San Antonio ...................L ................56-44 vs. Louisiana-Monroe ..................L............... 66-64 @ Texas-Arlington........................L ................75-45

@ Alcorn State.............................W ...............73-59 @ UALR.........................................L............... 68-66 Arkansas.......................................L................75-54 @ Jackson State...........................W............... 62-60 @ Nicholls State ..........................W ...............58-52 @ Southeastern Louisiana ..........W ...............78-53 vs. Lamar......................................L ................81-71 vs. McNeese State........................W ...............76-63 @ Sam Houston State .................W............... 96-66 vs. Texas State .............................W ...............63-47 @ Texas-Arlington ........................L ................57-56 @ TAMU-Corpus Christi ...............W............... 76-65 vs. Texas-San Antonio ..................L ................61-55 vs. Central Arkansas ....................W ...............64-54 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 62-59 vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 82-71 @ Texas State ..............................W ...............73-70 vs. Texas-Arlington.......................L ................58-41 vs. TAMU-Corpus Christi ..............W............... 83-46 @ Texas-San Antonio....................L ................59-44 Lamar..........................................W ...............73-65 TAMU-Corpus Christi ...................W............... 86-77 Texas-Arlington............................L............... 68-47 @ Southern Illinois (WNIT)...........L ................58-50

2005-06 | 23-8 (14-2 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

2007-08 | 12-17 (9-7 SLC)

@ North Texas ..............................L............... 71-65 vs. Alcorn State............................W ...............82-58 @ UNLV.........................................L............... 72-66 Chattanooga.................................L ................78-69 High Point...................................W............... 82-81 @ Air Force ..................................W............... 67-63 vs. Arkansas-Little Rock ..............W ...............80-45 @ Texas.........................................L ................77-56 @ Centenary................................W............... 95-86 @ Tulsa.........................................L............... 73-66 vs. Jackson State..........................W ...............85-67 vs. Nicholls State .........................W............... 80-59 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W............... 83-48 @ Lamar......................................W............... 80-59 @ McNeese State ........................W............... 69-63 @ Texas-San Antonio ...................L ................66-48 vs. Texas State .............................W............... 82-49 @ Texas-Arlington .......................W............... 39-35 vs. Lamar.....................................W ...............86-60 @ Northwestern State ................W............... 85-69 vs. Louisiana-Monroe .................W............... 61-53 @ Nicholls State ...........................L ................68-67 vs. McNeese State .......................W ...............88-63 vs. Texas-San Antonio .................W............... 77-68 @ Texas State ..............................W............... 60-54 @ Louisiana-Monroe ...................W........ 65-62 (OT) vs. Sam Houston State ................W............... 84-45 vs. Lamar ....................................W............... 54-53 vs. Louisiana-Monroe .................W ....... 72-71 (OT) vs. Texas-San Antonio..................W............... 56-48 Arizona State (NCAA)....................L............... 80-61

2006-07 | 21-12 (11-5 SLC) WNIT TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

@ Tulane.......................................L ................75-52 @ Southern Mississippi ...............W ...............69-62 vs. Louisiana Tech........................W ...............65-55 vs. SMU.........................................L ................84-75 Massachusetts..............................L ................71-63 St. Francis (NY) ...........................W ...............64-53 vs. Centenary...............................W ...............85-48 vs. Tulsa.......................................W ...............66-55 vs. North Texas.............................W ...............75-68

@ New Orleans ............................L ................74-69 vs. Grambling State ....................W ...............95-57 vs. Tulane......................................L ................56-45 Nevada ........................................L ................64-55 @ SMU .........................................L ................66-60 @ Louisiana Tech ..........................L ................82-60 Alcorn State ................................W............... 71-54 @ Missouri ..................................W ....... 84-81 (OT) vs. Auburn....................................L ................61-49 @ Tulsa.........................................L ................62-49 vs. Prairie View A&M.....................L ................66-63 @ Texas A&M................................L ................84-53 vs. Nicholls..................................W ...............68-64 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W ...............59-50 @ Lamar.......................................L ................72-70 @ McNeese State..........................L ................68-60 vs. Sam Houston State ................W ...............73-40 vs. Texas-Arlington.......................L ................64-56 @ Texas State................................L ................76-75 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ......W ...............68-57 @ Texas-San Antonio ...................L ................75-62 @ Central Arkansas .....................W............... 82-65 vs. Northwestern State................W ...............64-57 @ Sam Houston State..................W ...............76-58 vs. Texas State ..............................L ................70-67 @ Texas-Arlington........................L............... 77-49 @ Texas A&M-Corpus Christi .......W ...............66-63 vs. Texas-San Antonio..................W ...............57-54 Lamar...........................................L ................60-48

2008-09 | 15-14 (10-6 SLC)

@ Prairie View A&M ....................W............... 69-58 vs. Houston Baptist .....................W............... 82-72 @ Baylor.......................................L............... 77-42 vs. Tulsa.......................................W ...............59-55 Jacksonville State .......................W ...............61-51 @ Memphis..................................L............... 64-52 vs. Texas A&M ..............................L............... 77-36 @ Grambling State .......................L ................65-64 vs. New Orleans...........................W............... 66-63 Missouri State...............................L............... 82-63 San Francisco ...............................L ................70-59 @Auburn......................................L ................65-51 @ Sam Houston State ..................L ................68-65 vs. Central Arkansas ....................W............... 76-66 @ Nicholls ...................................W ...............92-56

vs. Texas-Arlington ......................L ................76-65 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W ...............69-66 @ Northwestern State..................L ................76-69 vs. McNeese State........................W ...............55-50 vs. Nicholls..................................W ...............60-55 @ Lamar.......................................L ................71-52 vs. Northwestern State................W ...............82-64 @ McNeese State ........................W ...............67-56 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W ...............63-58 @ Texas State................................L ................73-60 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ......W............... 87-54 @ Central Arkansas.......................L ................65-51 Lamar...........................................L ................76-64

2009-10 | 18-11 (13-3 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS

WNIT TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

vs. North Texas.............................W ...............81-51 vs. Rice........................................W............... 92-82 Michigan......................................L ................85-61 SIU-Edwardsville ........................W............... 68-66 @ Texas A&M................................L ..............106-56 vs. Texas Southern.......................W............... 82-43 @ Houston Baptist.......................W............... 92-46 @ Tulane.......................................L ................84-51 Louisiana Tech..............................L ................65-61 Maine...........................................L ................87-84 @ Tulsa.........................................L ................84-80 vs. Sam Houston State.................W ...............98-85 @ Central Arkansas......................W............... 97-86 vs. Nicholls..................................W............... 85-51 @ UT-Arlington.............................L ................85-79 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W............... 75-61 vs. Northwestern State.................L............... 68-64 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 75-59 @ Nicholls....................................W............... 75-69 vs. Lamar......................................L............... 92-87 @ Northwestern State.................W............... 81-63 @ McNeese State.........................W............... 85-75 vs. Southeastern Louisiana..........W ...............85-60 vs. Texas State..............................W............... 95-83 @ TAMU-Corpus Christi ...............W............... 69-68 vs. Central Arkansas.....................W............... 88-86 @ UTSA........................................W............... 77-61 Northwestern St...........................L............... 96-82 @ Creighton (WNIT).....................L ................76-65

BRANDON SCHNEIDER 2010-2015 (Five Seasons) Overall: 95-78 Conference: 57-30

2010-11 | 12-18 (9-7 SLC)

@ North Texas............................... L............... 78-75 @ Rice........................................... L............... 59-54 vs. Tulane...................................... L............... 83-65 @ Loyola Marymount .................. L............... 94-62 Denver.......................................... L............... 88-76 vs. UTPA........................................W.............. 96-67 @ Texas Southern......................... L ...............64-63 @ Oklahoma................................. L ...............84-57 @ Grambling State.......................W ..............69-64 @ Arkansas State.......................... L............... 59-42 vs. Houston Baptist.......................W ..............95-53 vs. SMU......................................... L ...............69-59 vs. Tulsa........................................ L ...............89-87 vs. Southeastern Louisiana...........W.............. 66-55 @ Central Arkansas....................... L ...............78-66 vs. UTSA........................................ L ...............66-56 @ UT-Arlington.............................W.............. 67-63 vs. Sam Houston State..................W.............. 70-63

@ Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ........W ..............90-64 @ Texas State................................W.............. 80-65 @ McNeese State.......................... L............... 68-66 vs. Nicholls................................... L............... 75-62 @ UTSA......................................... L ...............65-61 vs. UT-Arlington............................W.............. 68-67 vs. Texas State...............................W.............. 96-50 @ Lamar....................................... L ...............79-63 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi .......W ..............89-78 @ Sam Houston State .................. L............... 76-66 vs. Northwestern State.................W ..............71-62 vs. Central Arkansas...................... L ...............64-58

2011-12 | 23-10 (11-5 SLC) WBI TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE

@ Louisiana-Monroe ...................W ...............68-58 vs. Grambling State ....................W ...............71-53 vs. Wiley College .........................W ...............59-57 Georgia Southern........................W ...............49-40 @ Southern Miss..........................W............... 66-65 @ Houston Baptist.......................W ...............53-39 vs. St. Edward’s............................W ...............78-50 @ Arkansas...................................L............... 61-46 @ Texas-Pan American ................W ...............69-58 vs. Arkansas State.........................L ................69-64 vs. Rice........................................W............... 68-64 @ SMU.........................................W............... 66-60 @ Tulsa.........................................L............... 72-53 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W............... 69-61 vs. Central Arkansas.....................W ...............54-45 @ UTSA.........................................L............... 50-46 vs. UT-Arlington............................L............... 69-61 @ Sam Houston State..................W............... 69-67 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ......W ...............69-57 @ Texas State................................L............... 95-87 vs. McNeese State........................W............... 66-58 @ Nicholls.....................................L ................64-63 vs. UTSA.......................................W ...............73-64 @ UT-Arlington............................W ...............59-54 vs. Texas State..............................W............... 81-59 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 61-51 @ Texas A&M-Corpus Christi .......W............... 72-60 vs. Sam Houston State..................L ................70-55 @ Northwestern State.................W ...............70-68 Lamar..........................................W............... 73-64 Nicholls.......................................W............... 66-57 McNeese State..............................L ................60-56 vs. Northern Iowa (WBI)...............L ................83-67

2012-13 | 14-17 (8-10 SLC)

vs. Louisiana-Monroe .................W ...............80-55 @ Prairie View A&M ....................W............... 62-55 vs. Wiley College...........................L ................71-68 vs. Northwood.............................W................80-28 vs. Cal Poly....................................L............... 75-64 Cal State Bakersfield....................W............... 76-71 @ Grambling State.......................L............... 64-63 @ No. 16 Oklahoma State.............L ................85-41 @ Rice...........................................L............... 60-41 @ SMU..........................................L ................71-62 vs. Tulsa.......................................W............... 73-69 vs. Lamar......................................L ................65-50 vs. McNeese State.........................L ................74-57 @ Texas A&M-Corpus Christi........W ...............66-47 @ Central Arkansas.......................L............... 57-54 @ Oral Roberts..............................L ................63-56 vs. Southeastern Louisiana..........W ...............80-38 vs. Nicholls State.........................W............... 74-66 @ Northwestern State.................W ....... 57-50 (OT) @ McNeese State..........................L ................66-60 @ Lamar.......................................L ........ 61-55 (OT)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS vs. Central Arkansas.....................W............... 53-45 vs. Oral Roberts............................L............... 68-64 @ Nicholls State............................L............... 65-64 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W ..... 83-80 (2OT) @ Sam Houston State...................L............... 64-50 vs. Northwestern State................W................48-44 vs. Sam Houston State..................L ................76-68 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.......W............... 58-52 Central Arkansas (SLC).................W............... 64-59 Lamar (SLC)..................................L ................69-65

2013-14 | 23-13 (13-5 SLC)

@ Northwestern State.................W............... 69-61 Houston Baptist ..........................W............... 72-67 @ Incarnate Word........................W ...............64-47 @ Texas A&M Corpus Christi.........W ...............74-62 vs. Lamar.....................................W ...............71-60 vs. Nicholls..................................W............... 69-59 vs. Incarnate Word.......................W ...............58-44 @ Houston Baptist.......................W ...............69-57 vs. Northwestern State................W............... 56-45 vs. Sam Houston State.................W............... 79-65 vs. Houston Baptist (SLC) .............L ................88-81 @ TCU (NCAA)...............................L ................85-80

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS

@ No. 15 LSU ...............................L ................86-58 vs. Stetson ...................................L ................84-77 vs. Georgia State..........................W ...............66-60 @ Arizona ...................................W............... 60-56 vs. SMU.........................................L............... 81-69 Prairie View A&M ........................W............... 76-70 Kent State.....................................L............... 54-52 @TCU............................................L............... 60-52 @ Louisiana-Monroe ....................L ................85-83 vs. Grambling State ....................W............... 92-55 vs. Henderson State ....................W............... 72-56 vs. Texas A&M-Commerce............W .............101-59 vs. Lamar.....................................W............... 64-43 vs. Sam Houston State.................W............... 89-59 @ Houston Baptist.......................W ...............71-60 @ Texas A&M-Corpus Christi........W ...............58-51 @ Northwestern State..................L ................66-54 @ Oral Roberts..............................L............... 64-55 @ Central Arkansas.......................L............... 65-42 vs. Abilene Christian....................W............... 80-59 vs. Incarnate Word.......................W............... 79-59 vs. Nicholls State..........................L ...... 75-74 (2OT) vs. McNeese State........................W............... 69-49 @ Lamar.......................................L ................75-73 @ Sam Houston State..................W ...............58-52 vs. Northwestern State................W............... 68-51 @ New Orleans............................W ...............68-36 @ Southeastern Louisiana...........W............... 92-79 vs. Oral Roberts...........................W............... 72-52 vs. Central Arkansas.....................W ...............61-41 McNeese State (SLC)....................W............... 80-54 Northwestern State (SLC) ............L............... 62-44 vs. Texas State (WBI)....................W............... 59-51 vs. Boise State (WBI)...................W............... 80-59 @ College of Charleston (WBI) ....W ...............78-74 @ UIC (WBI)..................................L ................73-64

MARK KELLOGG

2015-Pres. (One Season) Overall: 14-17 Conference: 8-10

2015-16 | 14-17 (8-10 SLC)

vs. UT Tyler ..................................W............... 91-69 @Louisiana Tech ..........................L............... 76-44 vs. LSU- Shreveport.....................W ...............94-39 SIU Edwardsville .........................W............... 82-74 Indiana State ..............................W............... 71-62 UT- Arlington................................L ................67-63 IUPUI ...........................................L ........ 62-55 (OT) Weber State..................................L............... 56-46 @ TCU...........................................L ................88-55 vs. Rice........................................W............... 59-45 vs. Texas A&M Commerce............W ...............75-65 vs. McNeese State........................W ...............80-55 @ Southeastern La. ......................L ................65-56 vs. Central Arkansas......................L ................55-53 @ New Orleans.............................L ................58-57 vs. Abilene Christian.....................L ................85-70 vs. Lamar .....................................L ................64-60 vs. Sam Houston State.................W ...............70-63 @ Texas A&M Corpus Christi .......W............... 71-66 vs. Northwestern State ...............W ...............68-52 @ Houston Baptist.......................W ...............64-50 vs. Incarnate Word.......................W ...............74-62 vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi........W............... 72-59 @Lamar University .....................W ...............79-77 @Nicholls ....................................W............... 89-67 @Incarnate Word.........................W............... 82-66 vs. Houston Baptist......................W............... 66-54 @ Northwestern State..................L............... 72-51 @ Sam Houston State..................W ...............65-59 Sam Houston State.......................L............... 78-70

2014-15 | 14-17 (8-10 SLC) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

vs. Louisiana Tech.........................L............... 76-69 vs. Prairie View A&M ...................W............... 83-73 vs. Louisiana-Monroe..................W............... 82-54 vs. St. Edwards.............................W............... 65-56 UC Riverside.................................L ................90-62 Boston University.........................L............... 62-57 vs. Texas A&M Kingsville..............W............... 90-50 @ Rice..........................................W............... 70-59 @ Baylor (9)..................................L ................96-57 vs. Arizona...................................W............... 72-60 vs. Southern Arkansas.................W............... 73-50 @ McNeese State..........................L ................73-67 vs. Southeastern Louisiana .........W ....... 78-71 (OT) @ Central Arkansas......................W............... 73-46 vs. New Orleans...........................W ...............76-56 @Abilene Christian......................W........ 71-68 (OT) @ Lamar......................................W ...............59-55 @ Sam Houston State...................L............... 65-64 vs. Texas A&M Corpus Christi........W............... 64-55

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES OPPONENT Abilene Christian Air Force Alabama Alcorn State Anderson College Angelo State Appalachian State Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas State Arkansas Little-Rock Auburn Baylor Belhaven College Belmont College Blue Mountain College Boise State Boston University Cal Poly Cal Poly-Pomona Cal State Bakersfield Cal State Fullerton California Centenary Central Arkansas Central Missouri State Charleston Southern Chattanooga Chicago State Clemson College of Charleston Colorado Colorado State Creighton Dallas Baptist Delta State Denver Duke East Carolina East Texas State Eastern Kentucky Florida Florida International George Mason George State George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Grambling State Gulf Coast JC Hardin Simmons Harvard Hawai’i Henderson State High Point Houston Houston Baptist Illinois State Incarnate Word Indiana Indiana State Iowa Iowa State IUPUI Jackson State Jaksonville State Kansas Kansas State Kent State Lamar Long Beach State Louisiana College Louisiana State Louisiana Tech Louisiana- Monroe Loyola Marymount

RECORD 4-1 1-0 1-4 9-1 0-1 2-0 1-0 4-0 0-2 3-8 3-3 1-1 1-4 15-6 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-0 10-6 3-0 1-0 0-2 0-1 2-1 1-0 0-3 1-2 1-4 1-0 6-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 3-0 0-1 2-0 2-1 1-0 3-0 1-0 0-5 1-0 6-3 2-0 1-0 1-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 20-4 9-1 3-0 5-0 3-0 1-0 1-2 1-0 0-1 4-3 1-0 4-2 2-2 0-1 49-13 2-2 2-1 7-7 8-26 14-6 0-1

PCT. .800 1.000 .200 .900 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .273 .500 .500 .200 .714 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .625 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .667 1.000 .000 .333 .200 1.000 .750 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .833 .900 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 1.000 .000 .571 1.000 .667 .500 .000 .790 .500 .667 .550 .235 .700 .000

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 1-1 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- 0-2 0-1 1-1 6-1 2-0 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 2-0 2-0 -- -- -- 0-2 2-2 1-4 0-2 2-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 0-1 -- 0-2 0-2 1-0 3-0 2-3 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- -- -- -- 0-1 0-1 -- -- 0-1 1-0 -- -- -- 1-0 -- 1-0 -- -- -- 0-1 2-0 1-0 -- 6-2 3-4 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- -- 0-2 -- -- 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 -- 1-0 -- 0-1 0-2 -- 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-3 -- -- -- 2-0 1-0 1-0 -- -- 0-1 -- 0-1 0-1 -- 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-0 1-0 -- 1-0 0-1 1-0 -- -- 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 -- -- -- 0-2 0-2 0-1 -- -- 1-0 5-0 1-3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- 3-0 -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- 1-0 8-0 6-3 1-0 3-1 5-0 1-0 -- -- 2-0 3-0 2-0 -- -- -- 2-0 -- -- 1-0 1-0 0-2 -- -- -- 1-0 -- -- 0-1 2-1 1-2 1-0 -- -- 1-0 2-1 1-1 1-0 -- 1-1 1-0 -- -- 0-1 19-4 13-6 4-2 2-0 0-2 -- 2-0 0-1 -- 3-1 2-0 0-1 5-9 1-12 0-3 9-1 4-5 1-0 -- 0-1 --

FIRST 1972-73 2005-06 1984-85 1983-84 1975-76 1976-77 1986-87 1998-99 2000-01 1987-88 1992-93 2005-06 1982-83 1972-73 1977-78 1974-75 1979-80 2013-14 2014-15 2012-13 1981-82 2012-13 1993-94 1980-81 1999-00 2006-07 1976-77 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 1983-84 2013-14 1993-94 1986-87 1985-86 1974-75 1974-75 2010-2011 2003-04 2004-05 1973-74 2003-04 1991-92 1989-90 1994-95 1981-82 1978-79 1983-84 2011-12 1987-88 1974-75 1973-00 1999-00 1987-88 2013-14 2005-06 1977-78 2008-09 1973-74 2013-14 1975-76 2015-16 1987-88 1991-92 2015-16 1981-82 2008-09 1980-81 1975-76 2013-14 1972-73 1979-80 1983-84 1975-76 1977-78 1999-00 2010-11

RESULT W 49-37 W 67-63 L 74-67 L 88-74 L 92-64 W 74-32 W 81-80 W 90-76 L 67-45 W 93-59 W 78-58 W 80-45 W 59-56 W 51-43 W 78-48 W 85-66 W 90-65 W 80-59 L 62-57 L 75-64 W 77-66 W 76-71 W 90-64 L 82-75 W 99-40 W 64-54 W 67-58 W 66-62 L 63-42 L 51-42 L 95-75 W 78-74 L 81-62 W 71-48 L 63-57 W 66-53 L 70-66 L 88-76 L 119-53 L 83-77 W 68-56 L 84-73 W 84-73 W 67-60 W 75-52 W 83-74 W 75-39 L 106-51 W 49-40 W 82-79 W 70-31 W 77-40 W 87-61 W 73-69 W 72-56 W 82-81 W 67-61 W 82-72 W 55-48 W 79-59 W 78-70 W 71-62 L 83-65 W 82-47 L 62-55 L 73-72 W61-51 L 80-59 L 82-64 L 54-52 W 58-48 W 92-64 W 85-75 W 60-56 W 80-67 W 77-56 L 94-62

LAST 2015-16 2005-06 2002-03 2007-08 1975-76 1976-77 1986-87 2014-15 2005-06 2011-12 2011-12 2006-07 2008-09 2014-15 1977-78 1974-75 1979-80 2013-14 2014-15 2012-13 1984-85 2012-13 1993-94 1980-81 2006-07 2015-16 1979-80 2001-02 2005-06 2001-02 1995-96 2013-14 1996-97 2003-04 2009-10 1974-75 1983-84 2010-2011 2004-05 2004-05 1975-76 2003-04 1993-94 2001-02 1994-95 2013-14 1978-79 1999-00 2011-12 2013-14 1976-77 1973-74 1999-00 1996-76 2013-14 2005-06 1997-98 2015-16 2004-05 2015-16 1986-87 2015-16 1995-96 1991-92 2015-16 2006-07 2008-09 1993-94 1987-88 2013-14 2015-16 1989-90 1986-87 1999-00 2015-16 2014-15 2010-11

RESULT STREAK L 85-70 L1 W 67-63 W1 L 69-56 L1 W 71-54 W9 L 92-64 L1 W 97-67 W2 W 81-80 W1 W 72-60 W4 L 80-61 L2 L 61-46 L6 L 69-64 L2 L 68-66 L1 L 65-51 L4 L 96-57 L2 W 78-48 W1 W 85-66 W1 W 90-65 W1 W 80-59 W1 L 62-57 L1 L 75-64 L1 L 66-48 L1 W 76-71 W1 W 90-64 W1 L 82-75 L1 W 85-48 W3 L 55-53 L1 W 90-76 W3 W 66-62 W1 L 78-69 L2 L 51-42 L1 W 93-88 W2 W 778-74 W1 L 66-57 L3 L 72-57 L2 L 76-65 L2 W 66-53 W1 W 76-69 W5 L 88-76 L1 L 84-29 L2 L 83-77 L1 W 81-48 W3 L 84-73 L1 W 82-71 W2 L 74-57 L1 W 75-52 W1 W 66-60 W3 W 75-39 W1 L 85-44 L5 W 49-40 W1 W 92-55 W1 W 69-63 W2 W 77-40 W1 W 87-61 W1 W 70-64 W3 W 72-56 W1 W 82-81 W1 W 77-59 W6 W 66-54 W2 W 66-60 W3 W 82-66 W5 W 70-65 W3 W 71-62 W1 L 64-58 L1 W 82-47 W1 L 62-55 L1 W 62-60 W3 W61-51 W1 L 72-63 L1 W 82-59 W1 L 54-52 W1 W 79-77 W1 W 78-62 W1 W 83-40 W1 L 57-45 L1 L 76-44 L4 W 82-54 W1 L 94-62 L1

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES OPPONENT LSU LSU- Shreveport Maine Maryland Massachusetts McNeese State Memphis Memphis State Mercer College Miami (FLA) Miami (OH) Michigan Midwestern Texas Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Mississippi Uni./Women Mississippi Valley State Missouri Missouri State Montana Montclair State Murray State Nevada New Mexico New Mexico state New Orleans Nicholls State North Texas Northeast Louisiana Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Northwestern Bible Northwestern Oklahoma Northwestern State Northwood Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Panola JC Penn State Phillips University Portland State Prairie View A&M Providence Queen’s College Rice Rutgers Saint Louis St. Edwards St. Francis (NY) St. Francis (PA) Sam Houston State San Antonio College San Diego State San Francisco San Jose State Seminole JC Seton Hall SIU-Edwardsville South Alabama South Carolina Southeastern Louisiana Southern Southern Arkansas Southern Arkansas state Southern California Southern Connecticut Southern Illinois Southern Methodist Southern Mississippi Southwest Missouri Southwest Texas

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RECORD 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-2 0-1 46-13 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-0 4-0 4-2 4-5 3-0 2-0 1-0 4-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 3-0 3-3 42-6 28-2 29-9 2-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-0 56-21 1-0 2-0 5-5 7-5 1-3 3-3 1-1 1-1 2-0 9-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 7-1 1-0 0-1 6-4 0-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 64-12 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-0 0-1 34-5 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-3 1-0 1-1 10-7 4-0 0-1 47-3

PCT. .500 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .780 .333 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .667 .444 1.000 1.000 1.000 .800 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .875 .933 .763 .667 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .727 1.000 1.000 .500 .583 .250 .500 .500 .500 1.000 .900 1.000 1.000 1.000 .875 1.000 .000 .600 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .842 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .872 1.000 1.000 1.000 .250 1.000 .500 588 1.000 .000 .940

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL -- 1-1 -- 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- 0-1 1-0 -- 0-2 -- -- 0-1 27-2 17-10 2-1 1-0 0-2 -- 0-1 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- - 1-0 -- -- 0-2 -- -- -- 1-0 -- 3-0 3-0 0-2 -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-1 -- -- 0-1 -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- -- 0-1 -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- 2-0 2-0 1-3 -- 21-2 19-4 1-0 14-0 10-2 -- 17-3 8-6 -- 1-0 0-1 1-0 0-1 -- -- 1-0 -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- 31-5 17-13 4-2 1-0 -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-3 1-3 1-1 4-0 1-3 1-2 0-2 -- 1-1 1-1 0-2 2-0 1-0 -- 0-1 -- -- 1-1 1-0 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 4-1 2-0 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- -- -- 3-1 1-3 1-0 -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- 2-0 -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- -- 1-0 27-5 25-6 2-1 -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- -- .000 -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- -- 2-0 1-0 -- -- -- 0-1 -- 18-1 14-4 -- 3-0 -- -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 0-1 0-1 -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-0 4-3 6-4 -- 4-0 -- -- -- -- 1-0 21-2 16-3 2-1

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FIRST 1980-81 2015-16 2000-01 1978-79 2006-07 1981-82 1994-95 1981-82 1975-76 1989-90 1996-97 2000-01 1972-73 1980-81 1978-79 1974-75 1973-74 1974-75 1990-91 1979-80 2008-09 1986-87 1981-82 1989-90 2007-08 1980-81 1988-89 1983-84 1984-85 1973-74 1976-77 1989-90 2011-12 1980-81 1985-86 1974-75 1972-73 2012-13 1975-76 1977-78 1973-74 1979-80 1984-85 1979-80 1981-82 1995-96 1974-75 1979-80 1973-74 1988-89 1998-99 1988-89 1972-73 1974-75 2000-01 1973-74 2011-12 2006-07 1999-00 1972-73 1974-75 1996-97 2008-09 1995-96 1974-75 1994-95 2009-10 1988-89 1979-80 1976-77 1981-82 2014-15 1974-75 1977-78 1974-75 1980-81 1982-83 1990-91 1984-85 1972-73

RESULT W 90-71 W 94-39 W 74-71 W 60-52 L 71-63 W 89-78 L 63-61 L 94-74 L 72-69 W 69-62 W 61-45 L 74-49 W 61-35 W 77-62 W 71-66 L 78-71 W 53-41 W 66-54 W 87-62 W 80-49 L 82-63 W 78-68 W 79-66 W 88-67 L 64-55 W 67-51 W 92-65 L 69-66 L 66-63 W 69-58 W 98-80 W 90-65 L 82-67 W 88-67 L 72-68 W 77-63 L 54-44 W 80-28 W 61-44 W 106-54 W 74-46 L 81-60 W 70-68 W 76-53 L 75-70 W 76-61 W 66-52 W 91-72 W 54-53 W 100-65 W 87-47 W 95-80 L 59-56 W 82-20 L 80-43 W 88-42 W 78-50 W 64-53 W 71-60 W 51-50 W 87-35 W 67-62 L 70-59 W 67-47 W 61-58 L 73-63 W 68-66 W 75-55 L 63-56 W 80-79 W 109-55 W 73-50 W 68-52 W 78-60 W 68-51 W 79-60 W 89-47 W 81-72 L 81-75 W 56-39

LAST 2013-14 2015-16 2009-10 1995-96 2006-07 2015-16 2008-09 1982-83 1975-76 1989-90 1996-97 2009-10 1972-73 1996-97 1990-91 1981-82 1982-83 1974-75 1990-91 2007-08 2008-09 1986-87 1981-82 1989-90 2007-08 1980-81 1997-98 2015-16 2013-14 2010-11 1998-99 1991-92 2011-12 1980-81 1985-86 1974-75 2015-16 2012-13 1983-84 2010-11 2012-13 1988-89 2013-14 1980-81 1995-96 1997-98 1978-79 1979-80 1973-74 1988-89 2014-15 1988-89 1972-73 2015-16 2000-01 1973-74 2014-15 2006-07 1999-00 2015-16 1974-75 1996-97 2008-09 1995-96 1974-75 1994-95 2015-16 1988-89 1979-80 2015-16 2004-05 2014-15 1974-75 1994-95 1974-75 2006-07 2013-14 2011-12 1984-85 2002-03

RESULT STREAK L 86-58 L1 W 94-39 W1 L 87-84 L1 L 67-63 L1 L 71-63 L1 W 80-55 W1 L 64-52 L1 L 79-76 L1 L 72-69 L1 W 69-62 W1 W 61-45 W1 L 85-61 L2 W 61-35 W1 W 80-63 W4 W 73-62 W2 W 79-61 W3 W 73-46 W3 W 62-51 W2 W 87-62 W1 W 84-81 W2 L 82-63 L1 W 78-68 W1 W 79-66 W1 W 88-67 W1 L 64-55 L1 W 67-51 W1 W 69-63 W3 L 58-57 L1 L 75-74 L2 L 78-75 L1 L 67-63 L1 L 73-55 L1 L 82-67 L1 W 88-67 W1 L 72-68 L1 W 77-63 W1 L 72-51 L1 W 80-28 W1 W 94-88 W2 L 84-57 L5 L 85-41 L2 W 96-81 W1 W 72-52 W1 L 82-78 L1 W 67-65 W1 W 81-52 W2 W 75-35 W6 W 91-72 W1 W 54-53 W1 W 100-65 W1 W 83-73 W4 W 95-80 W1 L 59-56 L1 W 59-45 W2 L 80-43 L1 W 88-42 W1 W 65-60 W2 W 64-53 W2 W 71-60 W2 L 78-70 L1 W 87-35 W1 W 67-62 W1 L 70-59 L1 W 67-47 W1 W 61-58 W1 L 73-63 L1 W 82-74 W2 W 75-55 W1 L 63-56 L1 L 65-56 L1 W 74-68 W3 W 73-50 W1 W 68-52 W1 L 81-67 L3 W 68-51 W1 L 58-50 L1 L 81-69 L2 W 66-65 W4 L 81-75 L1 L 64-56 L2


ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES OPPONENT Southwestern Louisiana Southwestern Texas Stanford Stetson Tarleton state Temple jc Tennessee Tennessee –Martin Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas A&M- Commerce Texas A&M- Corpus Christi Texas A&M- Kingsville Texas-Arlington Texas Christian Texas-Pan American Texas- San Antonio Texas Southern Texas State Texas Tech Texas Wesleyan Texas Women’s University Toledo Trinity Valley JC Tulane Tulsa Tyler JC UC Irvine UCLA UC Riverside UC Santa Barbara UIC UNLV UT Tyler Utah Utah State Valdosta State Vanderbilt Virginia Washington Wayland Baptist Weber State West Georgia West Texas West Texas State Western Illinois Western Kentucky Wichita State Wiley College William Penn Xavier

RECORD 2-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 6-1 12-2 3-3 1-0 3-2 6-11 14-3 2-0 18-3 2-0 45-19 2-4 8-0 32-10 4-1 11-4 4-7 3-0 7-0 1-0 4-0 4-5 5-6 2-0 2-1 2-1 0-1 0-2 1-1 2-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 2-1 15-11 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0

PCT. .667 1.000 .000 .000 .857 .857 .500 1.000 .600 .353 .824 1.000 .857 1.000 .703 .333 1.000 .829 .800 .733 .364 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .444 .454 1.000 .667 .667 .000 .000 .500 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .667 .577 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .500 .500 .500 1.000

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 2-0 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-1 1-1 0-1 -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 1-0 4-0 0-4 0-2 3-1 3-2 1-0 2-0 -- -- 8-2 9-1 1-0 1-0 -- -- 23-5 17-10 1-2 1-0 0-4 -- 6-0 2-0 -- 18-2 13-8 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 7-1 4-3 -- 1-2 0-4 1-1 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- -- -- 2-2 2-3 -- 5-1 0-5 -- -- -- -- 1-0 0-1 1-0 -- -- 1-0 -- -- 0-1 0-1 0-1 -- -- 1-1 -- -- 2-1 -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- 0-1 -- 1-0 -- 0-1 3-0 1-1 1-0 -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 -- 1-0 0-1 1-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0

FIRST 1984-85 1972-73 1996-97 2013-14 1972-73 1972-73 1978-79 1974-75 1973-74 1977-78 1976-77 2013-14 2003-04 1977-78 1974-75 1974-75 1985-86 1986-87 1973-74 2003-04 1973-74 1972-73 1972-73 1996-97 1972-73 1982-83 1982-83 1975-76 1998-99 1977-78 2014-15 2000-01 2013-14 1986-87 2015-16 1978-79 1972-73 1978-79 1992-93 1990-91 1977-78 1972-73 2015-16 1974-75 1976-77 1972-73 2001-02 1990-91 1980-81 2011-12 1973-74 1999-00

RESULT L 71-56 W 76-60 L 85-62 L 84-77 L 61-41 L 67-57 W 69-60 W 90-60 L 63-43 L 75-54 W 85-57 W 101-59 L 72-69 W 63-32 W 70-55 W 77-45 W 91-59 L 76-67 W 65-29 W 91-68 W 75-36 W 63-32 W 62-42 W 79-66 W 59-23 W 74-58 W 108-64 W 62-54 L 69-67 L 86-60 L 90-62 L 62-57 W 78-74 W 74-70 W 91-69 W 83-54 W 53-38 W 78-65 L 59-56 L 74-72 W 96-55 W 49-46 L 56-46 W 82-62 W 100-62 W 63-27 W 72-49 L 88-85 W 80-55 W 59-57 W 46-42 W 73-72

LAST 1990-91 1972-73 1996-97 2013-14 1974-75 1979-80 1992-93 1974-75 1992-93 2005-06 2009-10 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2015-16 2015-16 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2013-14 2001-02 1986-87 1980-81 1996-97 1973-74 2010-11 2012-13 1975-76 2000-01 1987-88 2014-15 2001-02 2013-14 2005-06 2015-16 1978-79 1972-73 1978-79 1992-93 1990-91 1989-90 1985-86 2015-16 1974-75 1976-77 1972-73 2001-02 1997-98 2002-03 2012-13 1975-76 1999-00

RESULT STREAK W 101-36 W2 W 76-60 W1 L 85-62 L1 L 84-77 L1 W 80-63 W6 W 87-47 W12 L 94-7 L2 W 90-60 W1 W 70-56 W3 L 77-56 L5 L 106-56 L5 W 75-65 W2 W 72-59 W13 W 90-50 W2 L 67-63 L1 L 88-55 L4 W 69-58 W8 W 73-64 W1 L 64-63 L1 W 59-51 W2 L 84-63 L7 W 75-46 W3 W 85-51 W7 W 79-66 W1 W 63-50 W4 L 83-65 L5 W 73-69 W1 W 72-50 W2 W 65-42 W2 W 71-61 W2 L 90-62 L1 L 75-55 L2 L 73-64 L1 L 72-66 L1 W 91-69 W1 W 83-54 W1 W 53-38 W1 W 78-65 W1 L 59-56 L1 L 74-2 L1 L 84-60 L1 W 80-58 W4 L 56-46 L1 W 82-61 W1 W 100-62 W1 W 63-27 W1 W 72-49 W1 L 88-76 L1 L 75-55 L1 L 71-68 L1 L 75-67 L1 W 73-72 W1

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES ABILENE CHRISTIAN 4-1 (.800) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 49-34 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-37 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.........113-80 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 80-59 2014-15........... A............ W... 71-68 (OT) 2015-16........... H............. L........... 85-70 H:1-1;A:1-0 AIR FORCE 1-0 (1.000) 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 67-63 A:1-0 ALABAMA 1-4 (.200) 1984-85........... H............. L........... 74-64 1985-86........... A............. L........... 88-36 1986-87........... H............. L........... 75-68 1997-98........... N............ W.......... 89-87 2002-03........... N............. L........... 69-56 H:0-2;A:0-1;N:1-1 ALCORN STATE 9-1 (.900) 1983-84........... H............. L........... 88-74 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 86-58 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 83-65 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 76-64 1991-92........... H............ W.........100-60 1995-96........... H............ W.........102-56 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 88-46 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 82-58 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 73-59 2007-08........... N............ W.......... 71-54 H:6-1;A:2-0;N:1-0 ANDERSON COLLEGE 0-1 (.000) 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 92-64 ANGELO STATE 2-0 (1.000) 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 74-32 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 97-67 APPALACHIAN STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1986-87........... N............ W.......... 81-80 N:1-0 ARIZONA 4-0 (1.000) 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 90-76 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 68-66 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 60-56 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 72-60 H:2-0;A:2-0 ARIZONA STATE 0-2 (.000) 2000-01........... N............. L........... 67-45 2005-06........... N............. L........... 80-61 N:0-2 ARKANSAS 3-8 (.273) 1978-88........... A............ W.......... 93-59 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 93-75 1989-90........... N............. L........... 87-82 1990-91........... A............. L........... 81-72

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1991-92........... H............ W.......... 83-57 1995-96........... A............. L........... 81-60 1996-97........... H............. L........... 85-76 2002-03........... A............. L........... 78-54 2003-04........... H............. L........... 79-61 2006-07........... N............. L........... 75-54 2011-12........... A............. L........... 61-46 H:2-2;A:1-4;N:0-2 ARKANSAS STATE 3-3 (.500) 1992-93........... N............ W.......... 78-58 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 96-72 2003-04........... A............. L........... 91-73 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 78-65 2010-11........... A............. L........... 59-42 2011-12........... H............. L........... 69-64 H:2-1;A:0-2;N:1-0 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK 1-1 (.500) 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 80-45 2006-07........... A............. L........... 68-66 H:1-0;A:0-1 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF 1-0 (1.000) 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 95-54 H:1-0 AUBURN 1-4 (.200) 1982-83........... N............ W.......... 59-56 1983-84........... A............. L........... 85-61 2002-03........... H............. L........... 72-44 2007-08........... H............. L........... 61-49 2008-09........... A............. L........... 65-51 H:0-2;A:0-2;N:1-0 BAYLOR 15-6 (.714) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 51-43 1973-74......... N/A........... L........... 61-55 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 67-46 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 64-58 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 66-59 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-66 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 86-70 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 91-85 1976-77......... N/A........... L........... 89-75 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 81-71 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 73-65 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 95-74 1979-80........... H............ W.........122-65 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 88-62 1980-81........... A............. L........... 88-79 1984-85........... N............. L........... 76-63 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 77-57 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 71-58 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 96-73 2008-09........... A............. L........... 77-42 2014-15........... A............. L........... 96-57 H:3-0;A:2-3;N:0-1 BELHAVEN COLLEGE 1-0 (1.000) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-48 BELMONT COLLEGE 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 85-66

BLUE MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 1-0 (1.000) 1979-80........... N............ W.......... 90-65 N:1-0 BOISE STATE 1-0 (1.000) 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 80-59 H:1-0 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 0-1 (.000) 2014-2015....... N............. L........... 62-57 N:0-1 CAL POLY 0-1 (.000) 2012-13........... H............. L........... 75-64 H:0-1 CAL POLY-POMONA 1-1 (.000) 1981-82........... A............ W.......... 77-66 1984-85........... H............. L........... 66-48 H:0-1;A:1-0 CAL STATE BAKERSFIELD 1-0 (1.000) 2012-13........... N............ W.......... 76-71 A:1-0 CAL STATE FULLERTON 1-0 (1.000) 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 90-64 A:1-0 CALIFORNIA 0-1 (1.000) 1980-81........... N............. L........... 82-75 N:0-1 CENTENARY 3-0 (1.000) 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 99-40 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 95-86 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 85-48 H:2-0;A:1-0 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 10-6 (.625) 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 64-54 2007-08........... A............ W.......... 82-65 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 76-66 2008-09........... A............. L........... 65-51 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 97-86 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 88-86 2010-11........... A............. L........... 78-66 2010-11........... H............. L........... 64-58 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 54-45 2012-13........... A............. L........... 57-54 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 53-45 2012-13........... N............ W.......... 64-59 2013-14........... A............. L........... 65-42 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 61-41 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 73-46 2015-16........... H............. L........... 55-53 H:6-2;A:3-4;N:1-0 CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE 3-0 (1.000) 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 67-58 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-62

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CHARLESTON SOUTHERN 1-0 (1.000) 2001-02........... N............ W.......... 66-62 N:1-0

DUKE 0-2 (.000) 2003-04........... A............. L..........119-53 2004-05........... N............. L........... 84-29 A:0-1;N:0-1

CHATTANOOGA 0-2 (.000) 2001-02........... N............. L........... 63-42 2005-06........... N............. L........... 78-69 N:0-2 CHICAGO STATE 0-1 (.000) 2001-02........... N............. L........... 51-42 N:0-1 CLEMSON 2-1 (.667) 1983-84........... N............. L........... 95-75 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 89-78 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 93-88 H:1-0;A:1-0;N:0-1

EAST CAROLINA 0-1 (.000) 2004-05........... A............. L........... 83-77 A:0-1 EAST TEXAS STATE 3-0 (1.000) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-56 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 76-56 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 81-48 EASTERN KENTUCKY 0-1 (.000) 2003-04........... N............. L........... 84-73 N:0-1

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 1-0 (1.000) 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 78-74 A:1-0

FLORDIA 2-0 (1.000) 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 84-73 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 82-71 H:1-0;A:1-0

COLORADO 3-0 (.000) 1993-94........... H............. L........... 81-62 1994-95........... A............. L........... 72-48 1996-97........... A............. L........... 66-57 H:0-1;A:0-2

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 2-1 (.667) 1989-90........... N............ W.......... 67-60 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 70-66 2001-02........... A............. L........... 74-57 H:1-0;A:0-1;N:1-0

COLORADO STATE 1-2 (.333) 1986-87........... N............ W.......... 71-48 2002-03........... A............. L........... 85-62 2003-04........... H............. L........... 72-57 H:0-1;A:0-1;N:1-0

GEORGE MASON 1-0 (1.000) 1994-95........... N............ W.......... 75-52 N:1-0

CREIGHTON 1-4 (.200) 1985-86........... N............. L........... 63-57 1986-87........... N............. L........... 79-69 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 75-74 2003-04........... N............. L........... 91-64 2009-10........... A............. L........... 76-65 H:1-0;A:0-1;N:0-3 DALLAS BAPTIST 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 66-53 DELTA STATE 6-2 (.750) 1974-75......... N/A........... L........... 70-66 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 81-53 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 72-68 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 57-54 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 92-62 1981-82........... H............ W.......... 91-70 1982-83........... A............ W.......... 85-75 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 76-69 H:2-0;A:1-0;N:1-0 DENVER 0-1 (.000) 2010-11........... N............. L........... 88-76

GEORGE STATE 3-0 (1.000) 1981-82........... A............ W.......... 83-74 2004-05........... N............ W.......... 61-56 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 66-60 H:1-0;A:1-0;N:1-0 GEORGE WASHINGTON 1-0 (1.000) 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-39 GEORGIA 0-5 (.000) 1983-84........... A............. L..........106-51 1993-94........... A............. L........... 78-63 1995-96........... H............. L........... 78-64 1998-99........... H............. L........... 71-70 1999-00........... N............. L........... 85-44 H:0-2;A:0-2;N:0-1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 1-0 (1.000) 2011-12........... N............ W.......... 49-40 N:1-0 GRAMBLING STATE 6-3 (.667) 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 82-79 1988-89........... A............. L........... 63-62 1989-90........... H............ W.........102-50


ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 95-57 2008-09........... A............. L........... 65-64 2010-11........... A............ W.......... 69-64 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 71-53 2012-13........... A............. L........... 64-63 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 92-55 H:5-0;A:1-3 GULF COAST JC 2-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 70-31 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-63 HARDIN SIMMONS 1-0 (1.000) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 77-40 HARVARD 1-0 (1.000) 1999-00........... N............ W.......... 87-61 N:1-0 HAWAI’I 3-0 (1.000) 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 73-69 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 67-63 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 70-64 A:3-0 HENDERSON STATE 1-0 (1.000) 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 72-56 H:1-0 HIGH POINT 1-0 (1.000) 2005-06........... N............ W.......... 82-81 N:1-0 HOUSTON 20-4 (.833) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 67-61 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 76-66 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 69-68 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 85-69 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 81-59 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-49 1979-80........... A............ W.......... 86-60 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 89-70 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 95-67 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 73-58 1981-82........... A............ W.......... 78-65 1982-83........... H............ W.........104-69 1983-84........... A............. L........... 61-59 1984-85........... A............. L........... 79-58 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 80-70 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 64-53 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 94-64 1990-91........... A............. L........... 86-71 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 85-60 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 81-70 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 85-43 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 98-96 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 78-54 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 77-59 H:8-0;A:6-3;N:1-0 HOUSTON BAPTIST 9-1 (.900) 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 82-72 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 92-46 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 95-53

2011-12........... A............ W.......... 53-39 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 71-60 2014-15........... N............ W.......... 72-67 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 69-57 2014-15........... H............. L........... 88-81 2015-16........... A............ W.......... 64-50 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 66-54 H:3-1;A:5-0;N:1-0 ILLINOIS STATE 3-0 (1.000) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 55-48 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 60-59 2004-05........... N............ W.......... 66-60 N:2-0 INCARNATE WORD 5-0 (1.000) 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 79-59 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 64-47 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 58-44 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 74-62 2015-16........... A............ W.......... 82-66 H:3-0;A:2-0 INDIANA 3-0 (1.000) 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-70 1982-83........... N............ W.......... 73-62 1986-87........... N............ W.......... 70-65 N:2-0 INDIANA STATE 1-0 (1.000) 2015-16........... N............ W.......... 71-62 IOWA 1-2 (.333) 1987-88........... A............. L........... 83-65 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 79-70 1995-96........... A............. L........... 64-58 H:1-0;A:0-2 IOWA STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1991-92........... N............ W.......... 82-47 N:1-0 IUPUI 0-1 (.000) 2015-16........... N............. L........... 62-55 N:0-1 JACKSON STATE 4-3 (.571) 1981-82........... A............. L........... 73-72 1982-83........... H............ W.......... 77-64 1983-84........... A............. L........... 62-48 1984-85........... H............. L........... 57-55 2004-05........... N............ W.......... 62-49 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 85-67 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 62-60 H:2-1;A:1-2;N:1-0 JACKSONVILLE STATE 1-0 (1.000) 2008-09........... N............ W.......... 61-51 N:1-0 KANSAS 4-2 (.667) 1980-81........... A............. L........... 80-59

1981-82........... H............ W.......... 86-73 1982-83........... N............ W.......... 94-62 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 74-55 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 78-64 1993-94........... H............. L........... 72-63 H:2-1;A:1-1;N:1-0 KANSAS STATE 2-2 (.500) 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 82-64 1980-81........... A............ W.......... 83-75 1981-82........... A............. L........... 78-75 1987-88........... N............ W.......... 82-59 A:1-1;N:1-0 KENT STATE 0-1 (.000) 2013-14........... N............. L........... 54-52 N:0-1 LAMAR 49-13 (.790) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 58-48 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 60-42 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 37-34 1972-73......... N/A........... L........... 42-40 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 47-40 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 54-44 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 71-47 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 54-38 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 61-55 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 85-54 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 84-52 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 89-44 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 86-41 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.........106-61 1979-80........... N............ W.......... 83-63 1980-81........... H............ W.........110-48 1985-86........... N............ W.......... 76-58 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 78-61 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 87-62 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 79-72 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 84-79 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 81-67 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 70-69 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 84-58 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 73-60 1996-97........... H............ W.........115-57 1997-98........... H............ W.........103-67 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 78-43 1998-99........... A............. L........... 76-62 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 74-53 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 75-42 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 76-61 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 66-36 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 68-55 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 79-56 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 80-46 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 63-38 2002-03........... A............ W.......... 65-42 2003-04........... A............ W.......... 72-57 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 76-61 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 80-59 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 86-60 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 54-53 2006-07........... H............. L........... 81-71 2006-07........... N............ W.......... 73-65 2007-08........... A............. L........... 72-70 2007-08........... N............. L........... 60-48 2008-09........... A............. L........... 71-52 2008-09........... N............. L........... 76-64 2009-10........... H............. L........... 92-87

2010-11........... A............. L........... 79-63 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 61-51 2011-12........... N............ W.......... 73-64 2012-13........... H............. L........... 65-50 2012-13........... A............. L........... 61-55 2012-13........... N............. L........... 69-65 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 64-43 2013-14........... A............. L........... 75-73 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 59-55 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 71-60 2015-16........... H............. L........... 64-60 2015-16........... A............ W.......... 79-77 H:19-4;A:13-6;N:4-2 LONG BEACH STATE 2-2 (.500) 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 92-64 1981-82........... A............. L........... 80-71 1982-83........... A............. L........... 88-61 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 78-62 H:2-0;A:0-2 LOUISIANA COLLEGE 2-1 (.667) 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 85-75 19845-86......... A............. L........... 62-49 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 83-40 H:2-0;A:0-1 LOUISIANA STATE 7-7 (.500) 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 60-56 1976-77......... N/A........... L........... 76-73 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 62-53 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 78-60 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 71-68 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 66-54 1978-79......... N/A........... L........... 71-69 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 72-76 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 84-62 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 87-83 1990-91........... H............. L........... 79-77 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 64-57 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 81-68 1999-00........... N............. L........... 57-45 H:3-1;A:2-0;N:0-1 LOUISIANA TECH 8-26 (.235) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-67 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 74-73 1978-79......... N/A........... L........... 76-68 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 83-82 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 75-71 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 73-67 1979-80........... A............. L........... 82-56 1980-81........... A............. L........... 81-57 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 79-61 1980-81........... H............. L........... 98-67 1981-82........... N............. L........... 97-59 1981-82........... H............. L........... 69-59 1981-82........... A............. L..........105-58 1982-83........... A............. L........... 81-64 1983-84........... H............. L........... 87-58 1984-85........... N............. L..........104-48 1984-85........... H............. L........... 98-58 1984-85........... A............. L........... 94-61 1985-86........... H............. L........... 73-55 1985-86........... A............. L........... 75-49 1986-87........... A............. L........... 76-42 1987-88........... H............. L........... 69-51 1988-89........... A............. L........... 88-54

1989-90........... H............. L........... 69-56 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 77-74 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 74-67 1997-98........... A............. L........... 85-53 2002-03........... A............. L........... 80-44 2003-04........... H............. L..........109-60 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 65-55 2007-08........... A............. L........... 82-60 2009-10........... N............. L........... 65-61 2014-15........... H............. L........... 76-69 2015-16........... A............. L........... 76-44 H:5-9;A:1-12;N:0-3 LOUISIANA-MONROE 14-6 (.700) 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 77-56 1999-00........... A............. L........... 59-57 1999-00........... N............ W.......... 72-55 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 86-67 2000-01........... A............. L........... 56-51 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 66-60 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 86-54 2002-03........... A............ W.......... 64-59 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 75-65 2003-04........... A............. L........... 70-51 2003-04........... H............ W.......... 68-53 2004-05........... A............. L........... 79-72 2004-05........... H............. L........... 66-64 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 61-53 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 65-62 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 72-71 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 68-58 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 80-55 2013-14........... A............. L........... 85-83 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 82-54 H:9-1;A:4-5;N:1-0 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT 0-1 (.000) 2010-11........... A............. L........... 94-62 A:0-1 LSU 1-1 (.500) 1980-81........... A............ W.......... 90-71 2013-14........... A............. L........... 86-58 A:1-1 LSU-SHREVEPORT 1-0 (1.000) 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 94-39 H:1-0 MAINE 1-1 (.500) 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 74-71 2009-10........... N............. L........... 87-84 H:1-0;N:0-1 MARYLAND 2-2 (.500) 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 60-52 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 90-79 1988-89........... N............. L........... 89-54 1995-96........... N............. L........... 67-63 H:1-0;N:0-2 MASSACHUSETTS 0-1 (.000) 2006-07........... N............. L........... 71-63 N:0-1

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES MCNEESE STATE 46-13 (.780) 1981-82........... H............ W.......... 89-78 1982-83........... A............ W.......... 83-70 1983-84........... A............. L........... 81-74 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 90-71 1984-85........... H............ W.......... 63-57 1985-86........... A............. L........... 70-65 1985-86........... N............ W.......... 64-57 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 85-64 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 86-58 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 86-69 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 75-62 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 83-73 1989-90........... H............ W.........111-50 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 91-42 1990-91........... A............ W.........109-70 1990-91........... H............ W.........101-41 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 77-51 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 69-41 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 86-60 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 81-68 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 77-56 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 68-56 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 74-62 1994-95........... A............. L........... 83-81 1995-96........... H............ W.........102-46 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 77-48 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 86-70 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 71-65 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 81-38 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 73-61 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 74-53 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 74-58 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 80-63 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 82-73 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 85-54 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 88-69 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 59-51 2002-03........... A............. L.... 89-90 (OT) 2003-04........... H............. L........... 62-59 2003-04........... A............. L.... 68-61 (OT) 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 62-50 2004-05........... A............. L........... 71-53 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 69-63 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 88-63 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 76-63 2007-08........... A............. L........... 68-60 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 55-50 2008-09........... A............ W.......... 67-56 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 75-59 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 85-75 2010-11........... A............. L........... 68-66 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 66-58 2011-12........... N............. L........... 60-56 2012-13........... H............. L........... 74-57 2012-13........... A............. L........... 66-60 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 69-49 2013-14........... N............ W.......... 80-54 2014-15........... A............. L........... 73-67 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 80-55 H:27-2;A:17-10;N:2-1 MEMPHIS 1-2 (.333) 1994-95........... A............. L........... 63-61 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 82-73 2008-09........... A............. L........... 64-52 H:1-0;A:0-2 MEMPHIS STATE 0-2 (.000)

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1981-82........... A............. L........... 94-74 1982-83........... H............. L........... 79-76 H:0-1;A:0-1 MERCER COLLEGE 0-1 (.000) 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 72-69 MIAMI (FLA.) 1-0 (1.000) 1989-90........... N............ W.......... 69-62 N:1-0 MIAMI (OH) 1-0 (1.000) 1996-97........... N............ W.......... 61-45 N:1-0 MICHIGAN 0-2 (.000) 2000-01........... N............. L........... 74-49 2009-10........... N............. L........... 85-61 N:0-2 MIDWESTERN TEXAS 1-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 61-35 MINNESOTA 4-0 (1.000) 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 91-72 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 77-62 1990-91........... N............ W.......... 84-66 1996-97........... N............ W.......... 80-63 H:1-0;N:3-0 MISSISSIPPI 4-2 (.667) 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 71-66 1979-80........... A............. L........... 79-68 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 82-69 1987-88........... A............. L........... 68-53 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 76-53 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 73-62 H:3-0;A:0-2 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 4-5 (.444) 1974-75......... N/A........... L........... 78-71 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 82-78 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......115-104 1967-77......... N/A........... L........111-110 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 86-84 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 70-69 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 91-61 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 72-70 1981-82........... H............ W.......... 79-61 MISSISSIPPI STATE 3-0 (1.000) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 53-41 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-60 1982-83......... N/A.......... W.......... 73-46 MISSISSIPPI UNIV./WOMEN 2-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 66-54 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 62-51 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1990-91........... N............ W.......... 87-62

MISSOURI 4-1 (.800) 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 80-49 1981-82........... N............ W.......... 62-58 1982-83........... N............. L........... 80-79 1983-84........... N............ W.......... 81-79 2007-08........... A............ W... 84-81 (OT) H:1-0;A:1-0;N:2-1 MISSOURI STATE 0-1 (.000) 2008-09........... N............. L........... 82-63 N:0-1 MONTANA 1-0 (1.000) 1986-87........... N............ W.......... 78-68 N:1-0 MONTCLAIR STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1981-82........... H............ W.......... 79-66 H:1-0 MURRAY STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1989-90........... N............ W.......... 88-67 N:1-0 NEVADA 0-1 (.000) 2007-08........... N............. L........... 64-55 N:0-1 NEW MEXICO 1-0 (1.000) 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 67-51 N:1-0 NEW MEXICO STATE 3-0 (1.000) 1988-89........... N............ W.......... 92-65 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 84-70 1997-98........... N............ W.......... 69-63 H:1-0;N:2-0 NEW ORLEANS 3-3 (.500) 1983-84........... A............. L........... 69-66 2007-08........... A............. L........... 74-69 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 66-63 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 68-36 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 76-56 2015-16........... A............. L........... 58-57 H:2-0;A:1-3 NICHOLLS STATE 42-6 (.875) 1984-85........... A............. L........... 66-63 1984-85........... H............ W.......... 83-77 1985-86........... A............ W.......... 74-64 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 87-78 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 74-51 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 79-60 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 81-63 1991-92........... H............ W.........100-50 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 89-48 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 93-53 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 92-62 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 95-55 1994-95........... H............ W.........108-59 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 91-51 1995-96........... H............ W.........117-31

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1995-96........... A............ W.......... 98-51 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 90-71 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 69-62 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 92-45 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 80-53 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 83-60 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 75-68 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 89-61 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 79-44 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 69-34 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 71-58 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 71-54 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 89-39 2002-03........... A............ W.......... 56-53 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 62-45 2003-04........... H............ W.......... 93-71 2004-05........... A............ W.......... 68-55 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 80-59 2005-06........... A............. L........... 68-67 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 58-52 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 68-64 2008-09........... A............ W.......... 92-56 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 60-55 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 85-51 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 75-69 2010-11........... H............. L........... 75-62 2011-12........... A............. L........... 64-63 2011-12........... N............ W.......... 66-57 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 74-66 2012-13........... A............. L........... 65-64 2013-14........... H............. L.... 75-74 (OT) H:21-2;A:19-4;N: 1-0 NORTH TEXAS 28-2 (.933) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-58 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-53 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-56 1982-83........... H............ W.........101-49 1982-83........... A............ W.......... 77-53 1983-84........... A............ W.......... 72-66 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 79-59 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 93-72 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 78-64 1978-88........... H............ W.........101-66 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 91-64 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 72-62 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 84-55 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 93-51 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 79-61 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 89-56 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 87-47 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 84-72 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 83-59 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 82-64 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 67-57 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 86-61 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 81-79 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 88-60 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 98-69 1995-96........... H............ W.........109-63 2005-06........... A............. L........... 71-65 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 75-68 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 81-51 2010-11........... A............. L........... 78-75 H:14-0;A:10-2 NORTHEAST LOUISIANA 29-9 (.763) 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 98-80 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 85-69 1976............... N/A.......... W.......... 82-71

1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 73-66 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-53 1979-80........... A............ W.......... 98-62 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 79-57 1983-84........... A............. L..........101-72 1983-84........... H............. L........... 74-70 1984-85........... A............. L........... 90-51 1984-85........... H............. L........... 88-58 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 86-55 1987-88........... A............. L........... 89-71 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 92-85 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 77-68 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 64-59 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 82-55 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 68-52 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 88-62 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 73-69 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 70-58 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 65-47 1991-92........... A............. L........... 83-71 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 70-59 1992-93........... A............. L........... 77-73 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 72-53 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 71-63 1993-94........... A............ W... 78-75 (OT) 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 73-65 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 90-75 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 77-59 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 80-65 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 98-48 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 92-57 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 78-60 1997-98........... H............ W.........104-62 1997-98........... A............. L.... 90-87 (OT) 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 84-52 1998-99........... H............. L........... 67-63 H:17-3;A:8-6 NORTHERN ILLINOIS 2-1 (.667) 1989-90........... N............ W.......... 90-65 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 96-76 1991-92........... A............. L........... 73-55 H:1-0;A:0-1;N:1-0 NORTHERN IOWA 0-1 (.000) 2011-12........... H............. L........... 82-67 H:0-1 NORTHWESTERN 1-0 (1.000) 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 88-67 H:1-0 NORTHWESTERN BIBLE 0-1 (.000) 1985-86........... H............. L........... 72-68 H:0-1 NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 77-63 NORTHWESTERN STATE 56-21 (.727) 1972-73......... N/A........... L........... 54-44 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 84-69 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 67-65 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 87-59 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 83-72 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 93-72


ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES 1982-83........... H............ W.......... 82-69 1982-83........... A............ W.......... 72-71 1984-85........... H............. L........... 95-79 1984-85........... A............. L..........106-85 1985-86........... A............. L........... 74-68 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 82-65 1986-87........... A............. L........... 78-69 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 94-75 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 96-90 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 81-74 1988-89........... A............. L........... 78-76 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 82-73 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 92-73 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 93-80 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 93-83 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 75-61 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 99-64 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 65-50 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 74-56 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 77-58 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 77-74 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 80-75 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 77-75 1993-94........... H............ W... 83-78 (OT) 1993-94........... A............. L.... 96-95 (OT) 1994-95........... H............. L........... 87-82 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 75-50 1994-95........... N............ W.......... 68-60 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 77-67 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 77-75 1996-97........... H............ W.........101-68 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 87-77 1997-98........... H............ W.........101-70 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 75-67 1998-99........... H............. L........... 85-84 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 74-66 1998-99........... N............ W.......... 90-77 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 76-67 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 79-58 1999-00........... N............ W.......... 79-68 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 80-63 2000-01........... A............. L........... 58-55 2000-01........... N............ W.......... 82-73 2001-02........... A............. L........... 67-42 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 88-68 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 76-52 2002-03........... A............. L........... 94-74 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 80-73 2003-04........... A............. L........... 84-54 2003-04........... H............. L........... 75-72 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 58-55 2004-05........... A............. L........... 72-71 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 85-69 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 62-59 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 64-57 2008-09........... A............. L........... 76-69 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 82-64 2009-10........... H............. L........... 68-64 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 81-63 2009-10........... N............. L........... 96-82 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 71-62 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 70-68 2012-13........... A............ W... 57-50 (OT) 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 48-44 2013-14........... A............. L........... 66-54 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 68-51 2013-14........... N............. L........... 62-44 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 69-61 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 56-45 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 68-52 2015-16........... A............. L........... 72-51 H:31-5;A:17-13;N:4-2

NORTHWOOD 1-0 (1.000) 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 80-28 H:1-0 OHIO STATE 2-0 (1.000) 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 61-44 1983-84........... N............ W... 94-88 (OT) OKLAHOMA 5-5 (.500) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.........106-54 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 70-49 1981-82........... A............ W.......... 64-62 1982-83........... H............ W.........103-83 1997-98........... N............ W.......... 82-58 1998-99........... A............. L........... 91-72 1999-00........... H............. L........... 61-47 2002-03........... A............. L........... 77-55 2003-04........... N............. L........... 79-52 2010-11........... A............. L........... 84-57 H:1-3;A:1-3;N:1-1 OKLAHOMA STATE 7-5 (.583) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 74-46 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 81-45 1981-82........... A............ W.......... 77-66 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 95-79 1984-85........... A............. L........... 85-58 1985-86........... N............. L........... 60-59 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 68-63 1986-87........... A............. L........... 78-71 1988-89........... N............ W.......... 85-84 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 74-54 1998-99........... N............. L........... 82-68 2012-13........... A............. L........... 85-41 H:4-0;A:1-3;N:1-2 OLD DOMINION 1-3 (.250) 1979-80........... N............. L........... 81-60 1980-81........... H............. L........... 60-54 1982-83........... H............. L........... 61-58 1988-89........... N............ W.......... 96-81 H:0-2;N:1-1 ORAL ROBERTS 3-3 (.500) 1984-85........... N............ W.......... 70-68 1985-86........... N............ W.......... 69-64 2012-13........... A............. L........... 63-56 2012-13........... H............. L........... 68-64 2013-14........... A............. L........... 64-55 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 72-52 H:1-1;A:0-2;N:2-0 OREGON 1-1 (.500) 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 76-53 1980-81........... N............. L........... 82-78 H:1-0;N:0-1 OREGON STATE 1-1 (.500) 1981-82........... N............. L........... 75-70 1995-96........... N............ W.......... 67-65 N:1-1 PACIFIC 2-0 (1.000)

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SAINT LOUIS 1-0 (1.000) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 88-42

PANOLA JC 9-1 (.900) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 66-52 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 61-58 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 56-48 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 63-57 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-65 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 71-53 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 56-49 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 67-60 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 59-49 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-35

ST. EDWARDS 2-0 (1.000) 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 78-50 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 65-60 H:2-0

PENN STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1979-80........... N............ W.......... 91-72 N:1-0 PHILLIPS UNIVERISTY 1-0 (1.000) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 54-53 PORTLAND STATE 1-0 (.000) 1988-89........... N............ W.........100-65 N:1-0 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 7-1 (.875) 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 87-47 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 77-45 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 67-52 2007-08........... H............. L........... 66-63 2008-09........... A............ W.......... 69-58 2012-13........... A............ W.......... 62-55 2013-14........... N............ W.......... 76-70 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 83-73 H:4-1;A:2-0;N:1-0 PROVIDENCE 1-0 (1.000) 1988-89........... N............ W.......... 95-80 N:1-0 QUEENS COLLEGE 0-1 (.000) 1972-73......... N/A........... L........... 59-56 RICE 6-4 (.600) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 82-20 1977-78........... N............ W.......... 86-31 2003-04........... A............. L........... 94-50 2004-05........... H............. L........... 75-62 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 92-82 2010-11........... A............. L........... 59-54 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 68-64 2012-13........... A............. L........... 60-41 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 70-59 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 59-45 H:3-1;A:1-3;N:1-0 RUTGERS 0-1 (.000) 2000-01........... A............. L........... 80-43 A:0-1

ST. FRANCIS (NY) 1-0 (1.000) 2006-07........... N............ W.......... 64-53 N:1-0 ST. FRANICS (PA.) 1-0 (1.000) 1999-00........... N............ W.......... 71-60 N:1-0 SAM HOUSTON STATE 64-12 (.842) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 51-50 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 57-39 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-54 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 87-61 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 89-51 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-51 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 79-57 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-52 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 91-49 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 92-44 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 97-43 1979-80........... A............ W.......... 80-52 1984-85........... H............. L........... 76-57 1984-85........... A............ W.......... 58-55 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 76-50 1985-86........... A............ W.......... 75-62 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 75-54 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 73-50 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 64-62 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 72-57 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 69-52 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 85-50 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 89-62 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 82-55 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 98-69 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 68-67 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 80-61 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 77-66 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 88-41 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 68-53 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 73-63 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 81-50 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 53-48 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 78-60 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 65-62 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 74-68 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 82-66 1995-96........... N............ W.......... 75-56 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 97-76 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 86-58 1996-97........... N............ W.......... 92-66 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 90-56 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 72-61 1998-99........... A............. L........... 75-66 1998-99........... H............. L........... 87-77 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 82-72 1999-00........... H............ W.........100-60 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 79-51 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 77-51 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 81-54

2001-02........... A............ W.......... 83-70 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 77-69 2002-03........... A............ W.......... 73-55 2003-04........... H............. L........... 71-61 2003-04........... A............ W.......... 70-54 2004-05........... A............. L........... 59-47 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 66-56 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 84-45 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 96-66 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 82-71 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 73-40 2007-08........... A............ W.......... 76-58 2008-09........... A............. L........... 68-65 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 98-85 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 70-63 2010-11........... A............. L........... 76-66 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 69-67 2011-12........... H............. L........... 70-55 2012-13........... A............. L........... 64-50 2012-13........... H............. L........... 76-68 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 89-59 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 58-52 2014-15........... A............. L........... 65-64 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 79-65 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 70-63 2015-16........... A............ W.......... 65-69 2015-16........... N............. L........... 78-70 H:27-5;A:25-6;N:2-1 SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 87-35 SAN DIEGO STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1996-97........... N............ W.......... 67-62 N:1-0 SAN FRANCISCO 0-1 (.000) 2008-09........... N............. L........... 70-59 N:0-1 SAN JOSE STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 67-47 A:1-0 SEMINOLE JC 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 61-58 SETON HALL 0-1 (.000) 1994-95........... N............. L........... 73-63 N:0-1 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 2-0 (1.000) 2009-10........... N............ W.......... 68-66 2015-16........... N............ W.......... 82-74 N:2-0 SOUTH ALABAMA 1-0 (1.000) 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 75-55 H:1-0 SOUTH CAROLINA 0-1 (.000) 1979-80........... A............. L........... 63-56 A:0-1

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ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 34-5 (.872) 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-79 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 82-75 1984-85........... A............. L........... 74-64 1984-85........... H............ W.......... 83-77 1985-86........... A............. L........... 63-60 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 75-62 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 70-55 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 81-49 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 76-69 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 92-52 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 89-82 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 78-49 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 79-45 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 85-65 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 69-47 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 65-49 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 57-39 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 73-64 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 78-53 2002-03........... A............ W.......... 73-54 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 63-54 2003-04........... H............ W.......... 71-57 2003-04........... A............ W.......... 69-64 2004-05........... A............. L........... 73-72 2004-05........... H............. L........... 62-60 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 83-48 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 78-53 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 59-50 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 69-66 2008-09........... A............ W.......... 63-58 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 75-61 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 85-60 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 66-55 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 69-61 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 80-38 2012-13........... A............ W... 83-80 (OT) 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 92-79 2014-15........... H............ W... 78-71 (OT) 2015-16........... A............. L........... 65-56 H:18-1;A:14-4 SOUTHERN 3-0 (1.000) 1981-82........... H............ W.........109-55 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 72-63 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 74-68 H:3-0 SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 1-0 (1.000) 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 73-50 H:1-0 SOUTHERN ARKANSAS STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-52 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1-3 (.250) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-60 1991-92........... N............. L........... 61-57 1993-94........... A............. L........... 78-64 1994-95........... H............. L........... 81-76 H:0-1;A:0-1;N:0-1 SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-51

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 1-1 (.500) 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 79-60 2006-07........... A............. L........... 58-50 A:0-1;N:1-0 SOUTHERN METHODIST 10-7 (.588) 1982-83........... A............ W.......... 89-47 1983-84........... A............ W.......... 77-64 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 78-63 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 70-56 1987-88........... H............ W.........103-62 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 78-63 1989-90........... H............ W.........103-62 1992-93........... A............. L........... 78-69 1996-97........... A............. L........... 76-73 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 79-72 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 69-62 2006-07........... H............. L........... 84-75 2007-08........... A............. L........... 66-60 2010-11........... H............. L........... 69-59 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 66-60 2012-13........... A............. L........... 71-62 2013-14........... H............. L........... 81-69 H:4-3;A:6-4 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 4-0 (1.000) 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 81-72 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 72-71 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 69-62 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 66-65 A:4-0 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI 0-1 (.000) 1984-85........... N............. L........... 81-75 N:1-0 SOUTHWEST TEXAS 47-3 (.940) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 56-39 1972-73......... N/A........... L........... 60-57 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 97-51 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 73-38 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 87-36 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 83-60 1983-84........... A............ W.......... 68-55 1984-85........... H............. L........... 61-56 1984-85........... A............. L........... 91-61 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 60-58 1985-86........... A............ W.......... 79-49 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 84-53 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 79-71 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 86-70 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 94-66 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 78-68 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 95-88 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 84-45 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 80-54 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 79-53 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 84-50 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 61-50 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 63-42 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 71-62 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 74-60 1993-94........... A............. L........... 74-62 1993-94........... H............ W... 90-86 (OT) 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 51-37 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 64-48 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 66-57

1994-95........... N............ W.......... 72-57 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 68-52 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 66-51 1995-96........... N............ W.......... 76-58 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 88-57 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 75-56 1996-97........... N............. L........... 66-65 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 85-61 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 84-68 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 62-58 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 84-53 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 65-60 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 57-48 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 86-54 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 79-42 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 79-50 2001-02........... A............ W... 59-57 (OT) 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 77-52 2002-03........... A............. L........... 74-67 2002-03........... H............. L........... 64-56 H:21-2;A:16-3;N:2-1 SOUTHWESTERN LOUISIANA 2-1 (.667) 1984-85........... A............. L........... 71-56 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 62-55 1990-91........... H............ W.........101-36 H:2-0;A:0-1 SOUTHWESTERN TEXAS 1-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 76-60 STANFORD 0-1 (.000) 1996-97........... N............. L........... 85-62 N:0-1 STETSON 0-1 (.000) 2013-14........... H............. L........... 84-77 H:0-1 TARLETON STATE 6-1 (.857) 1972-73......... N/A........... L........... 61-41 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 55-40 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 57-48 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-53 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 66-46 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 63-54 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-63 TEMPLE JC 12-2 (.857) 1972-73......... N/A........... L........... 67-57 1973-74......... N/A........... L........... 83-50 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 56-53 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 85-82 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-63 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 82-59 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 83-75 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-59 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 98-81 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-57 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 90-62 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.........103-73 1979-80........... A............ W.......... 68-56 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 87-47 H:1-0;A:1-0

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TENNESSEE 3-3 (.500) 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-60 1979-80........... A............. L........... 79-68 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 72-68 1981-82........... A............ W.......... 80-74 1982-83........... H............. L........... 76-67 1992-93........... N............. L........... 94-71 H:1-1;A:1-1;N:0-1 TENNESSEE-MARTIN 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 90-60 TENNESSEE TECH 3-2 (.600) 1973-74......... N/A........... L........... 63-43 1976-77......... N/A........... L..........102-68 1979-80........... N............ W.......... 89-71 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 70-64 1992-92........... H............ W.......... 70-56 H:1-0;A:1-0;N:1-0 TEXAS 6-11 (.353) 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 75-54 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 93-78 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-78 1978-79......... N/A........... L........... 72-69 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 70-59 1978-79......... N/A........... L........... 65-60 1979-80........... A............. L........... 64-52 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 86-71 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 76-75 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 84-67 1980-81........... N............. L........... 54-51 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 70-66 1981-82........... A............. L.... 80-79 (OT) 1982-83........... H............. L........... 95-88 1983-84........... A............. L........... 91-64 1987-88........... N............. L........... 94-71 2005-06........... A............. L........... 77-56 H:4-1;A:0-4;N:0-2 TEXAS A&M 14-3 (.824) 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 85-57 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 88-66 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 97-47 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 94-62 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.........106-62 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 83-49 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 60-46 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 84-49 1980-81........... A............ W.......... 94-61 1981-82........... H............ W.......... 77-55 1982-83........... A............ W.......... 86-65 1983-84........... H............ W.......... 93-65 1984-85........... A............ W.......... 77-66 1985-86........... H............. L........... 83-59 1997-98........... N............ W.......... 82-73 2007-2008....... A............. L........... 84-53 2009-10........... A............. L..........106-56 H:3-1;A:3-2;N:1-0 TEXAS A&M- COMMERCE 2-0 (1.000) 2013-14........... H............ W.........101-59 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 75-65 H:2-0

TEXAS A&M- CORPUS CHRISTI 18-3 (.857) 2003-04........... H............. L........... 72-69 2004-05........... A............. L........... 75-62 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 76-65 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 83-46 2006-07........... N............ W.......... 86-77 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 68-57 2007-08........... A............ W.......... 66-63 2008-09........... H............. L........... 77-36 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 87-54 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 69-68 2010-11........... A............ W.......... 90-64 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 89-78 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 69-57 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 72-60 2012-13........... A............ W.......... 66-47 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 58-52 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 58-51 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 64-55 2014-15........... A............ W.......... 74-62 2015-16........... A............ W.......... 71-66 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 72-59 H:8-2;A:9-1;N:1-0 TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE 2-0 (1.000) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 63-32 2014-15........... H............ W.......... 90-50 TEXAS ARLINGTON 45-19 (.703) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 70-55 1974-75......... N/A........... L........... 68-51 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 68-61 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-65 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 84-66 1976-77......... N/A........... L........... 70-69 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 85-67 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 75-60 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 90-49 1987-88........... A............ W.......... 76-63 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 86-46 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 60-50 1989-90........... A............ W.......... 82-55 1989-90........... H............ W.......... 97-56 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 83-50 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 95-57 1990-91........... A............ W.......... 97-77 1990-91........... H............ W.......... 97-65 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 79-63 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 80-61 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 66-56 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 70-52 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 74-60 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 73-70 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 85-67 1994-95........... A............. L........... 61-54 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 80-73 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 93-84 1995-96........... A............ W.......... 81-51 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 81-59 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 74-64 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 86-68 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 85-69 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 97-55 1998-99........... H............ W.......... 76-61 1998-99........... A............. L........... 76-61 1998-99........... N............ W.......... 70-63 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 60-47 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 76-49 2000-01........... H............ W.......... 72-49


ALL-TIME OPPONENT SERIES 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 62-52 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 78-45 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 78-55 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 57-56 2002-03........... A............. L........... 69-61 2003-04........... H............ W.......... 58-54 2003-04........... A............. L........... 68-45 2003-04........... A............. L........... 69-61 2004-05........... A............. L........... 65-63 2004-05........... H............. L........... 64-38 2004-05........... A............. L........... 75-45 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 39-35 2006-07........... A............. L........... 57-56 2006-07........... H............. L........... 58-41 2006-07........... N............. L........... 68-47 2007-08........... H............. L........... 64-56 2007-08........... A............. L........... 77-49 2008-09........... H............. L........... 76-65 2009-10........... A............. L........... 85-79 2010-11........... A............ W.......... 67-63 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 68-67 2011-12........... H............. L........... 69-61 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 59-54 2015-16........... N............. L........... 67-63 H:23-5;A:17-10;N:1-2 TEXAS CHRISTIAN 2-4 (.333) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 77-45 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 78-76 2000-01........... A............. L........... 67-56 2013-14........... A............. L........... 60-52 2014-15........... A............. L........... 85-80 2015-16........... A............. L........... 88-55 H:1-0;A:0-4 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN 8-0 (1.000) 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 91-59 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 90-57 1990-91........... H............ W.........104-46 1994-95........... H............ W.........101-51 1995-96........... H............ W.........112-44 1998-99........... H............ W.........102-71 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 96-67 2011-12........... A............ W.......... 69-58 H:6-0;A:2-0 TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO 32-10 (.829) 1986-87........... A............. L........... 76-67 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 81-58 1988-90........... A............ W.......... 66-59 1991-92........... A............ W.......... 77-50 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 78-54 1992-93........... A............ W.......... 96-63 1992-93........... H............ W.......... 76-60 1993-94........... H............ W.......... 77-49 1993-94........... A............ W.......... 72-57 1994-95........... A............ W.......... 80-42 1994-95........... H............ W.......... 89-50 1995-96........... H............ W.......... 89-58 1995-96........... A............ W.........102-63 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 88-63 1996-97........... H............ W.......... 64-63 1997-98........... A............ W.......... 84-71 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 83-69 1997-98........... H............ W.......... 88-81 1998-99........... A............ W.......... 68-54 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 89-54 1999-00........... A............ W.......... 82-47 2000-01........... A............ W.......... 67-53

2000-01........... H............ W.......... 58-49 2000-01........... N............ W.......... 49-32 2001-02........... H............ W.......... 58-44 2001-02........... A............ W.......... 62-47 2002-03........... A............. L........... 64-50 2002-03........... H............ W.......... 54-42 2003-04........... H............ W.......... 64-59 2004-05........... A............. L........... 56-44 2005-06........... A............. L........... 66-48 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 77-68 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 56-48 2006-07........... H............. L........... 61-55 2006-07........... A............. L........... 59-44 2007-08........... A............. L........... 75-62 2007-08........... H............ W.......... 57-54 2009-10........... A............ W.......... 77-61 2010-11........... H............. L........... 66-56 2010-11........... A............. L........... 65-61 2011-12........... A............. L........... 50-46 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 73-64 H:18-2;A:13-8;N:1-0 TEXAS SOUTHERN 4-1 (.800) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 65-29 1982-83........... H............ W.......... 88-69 1999-00........... N............ W.......... 81-57 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 82-43 2010-11........... A............. L........... 64-63 H:2-0;A:0-1;N:1-0 TEXAS STATE 11-4 (.733) 2003-04........... A............ W.......... 91-68 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 61-57 2005-06........... H............ W.......... 82-49 2005-06........... A............ W.......... 60-54 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 63-47 2006-07........... A............ W.......... 73-70 2007-08........... A............. L........... 76-75 2007-08........... H............. L........... 70-67 2008-09........... A............. L........... 73-60 2009-10........... H............ W.......... 95-83 2010-11........... A............ W.......... 80-65 2010-11........... H............ W.......... 96-50 2011-12........... A............. L........... 95-87 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 81-59 2013-14........... H............ W.......... 59-51 H:7-1;A:4-3 TEXAS TECH 4-7 (.364) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-36 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 79-65 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 79-55 1983-84........... N............ W.......... 65-63 1984-85........... H............. L........... 84-51 1985-86........... A............. L........... 73-53 1993-94........... H............. L........... 81-49 1994-95........... A............. L........... 84-52 1997-98........... N............. L........... 93-83 1998-99........... A............. L........... 80-54 2001-02........... A............. L........... 84-63 H:1-2;A:0-4;N:1-1 TEXAS WESLEYAN 3-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 63-32 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 61-27 1986-87........... H............ W.......... 75-46 H:1-0

TEXAS WOMAN’S UNIV. 7-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 62-42 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 64-50 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 87-61 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-45 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.........108-52 1979-80........... H............ W.......... 81-57 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 85-51 H:1-0;N:1-0 TOLEDO 1-0 (1.000) 1996-97........... N............ W.......... 79-66 N:1-0 TRINITY VALLEY JC 4-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 59-23 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 56-42 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 54-39 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 63-50 TULANE 4-5 (.444) 1982-83........... H............ W.......... 74-58 1983-84........... A............ W.......... 86-75 1987-88........... H............ W.......... 85-55 1988-89........... A............ W.......... 70-65 2004-05........... A............. L........... 79-72 2006-07........... A............. L........... 75-52 2007-08........... H............. L........... 56-45 2009-10........... A............. L........... 84-51 2010-11........... H............. L........... 83-65 H:2-2;A:2-3 TULSA 5-6 (.454) 1982-83........... H............ W.........108-64 2003-04........... A............. L........... 73-56 2004-05........... H............ W.......... 68-61 2005-06........... A............. L........... 73-66 2006-07........... H............ W.......... 66-55 2007-08........... A............. L........... 62-49 2008-09........... H............ W.......... 59-55 2009-10........... A............. L........... 84-80 2010-11........... H............. L........... 89-87 2011-12........... A............. L........... 72-53 2012-13........... H............ W.......... 73-69 H:5-1;A:0-5 TYLER JC 2-0 (1.000) 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 62-54 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 75-50 UC IRVINE 2-1 (.667) 1998-99........... A............. L........... 69-67 1999-00........... H............ W.......... 75-56 2000-01........... N............ W.......... 65-42 H:1-0;A:0-1;N:1-0 UCLA 2-1 (.667) 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 86-60 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 99-64 1987-88........... N............ W.......... 71-61 UC RIVERSIDE 0-1 (.000) 2014-15........... N............. L........... 90-62

N:0-1 UC SANTA BARBARA 0-2 (.000) 2000-01........... H............. L........... 62-57 2001-02........... A............. L........... 75-55 H:0-1;A:0-1 UIC 1-1 (.500) 2013-14........... A............ W.......... 78-74 2013-14........... A............. L........... 73-64 A:1-1 UNLV 2-1 (.667) 1986-87........... A............ W.......... 74-70 1996-97........... A............ W.......... 94-71 2005-06........... A............. L........... 72-66 A:2-1 UT- TYLER 1-0 (1.000) 2015-16........... H............ W.......... 91-69 H:1-0

1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 86-70 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 69-58 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 86-69 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 83-68 1978-79......... N/A........... L........... 70-53 1979-80........... A............ W.......... 67-55 1980-81........... A............. L........... 72-68 1980-81........... N............ W.......... 84-64 1980-81........... H............ W.......... 85-54 1981-82........... H............ W.......... 77-59 1985-86........... H............ W.......... 80-58 H:3-0;A:1-1;N:1-0 WEBER STATE 0-1 (.000) 2015-16........... N............. L........... 56-46 N:0-1 WEST GEORGIA 1-0 (1.000) 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 82-62 WEST TEXAS 1-0 (1.000) 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.........100-64

UTAH 1-0 (1.000) 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 83-54

WEST TEXAS STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 63-27

UTAH STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 53-38

WESTERN ILLINOIS 1-0 (1.000) 2001-02........... N............ W.......... 72-49 N:1-0

VALDOSTA STATE 1-0 (1.000) 1978-79......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-65 VANDERBILT 0-1 (.000) 1992-93........... H............. L........... 59-56 H:0-1 VIRGINIA 0-1 (.000) 1990-91........... A............. L........... 74-72 A:0-1 WASHINGTON 2-1 (.667) 1977-78......... N/A.......... W.......... 96-55 1988-89........... H............ W.......... 73-63 1989-90........... N............. L........... 84-60 H:1-0;N:0-1 WAYLAND BAPTIST 15-11 (.577) 1972-73......... N/A.......... W.......... 49-46 1973-74......... N/A........... L........... 51-41 1973-74......... N/A........... L........... 59-50 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 80-46 1974-75......... N/A........... L........... 50-46 1974-75......... N/A.......... W.......... 57-56 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 71-35 1975-76......... N/A.......... W.......... 76-74 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 81-68 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 78-70 1976-77......... N/A........... L........... 80-79 1976-77......... N/A.......... W.......... 73-72 1976-77......... N/A........... L........... 88-78 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 65-49 1977-78......... N/A........... L........... 68-55

WESTERN KENTUCKY 1-2 (.333) 1990-91........... A............. L........... 88-85 1991-92........... H............ W.......... 58-43 1997-98........... N............. L........... 88-76 H:1-0;A:0-1;N:0-1 WICHITA STATE 1-1 (.500) 1980-81........... A............ W.......... 80-55 2002-03........... N............. L........... 75-55 A:1-0;N:0-1 WILEY COLLEGE 1-1 (.500) 2011-12........... H............ W.......... 59-57 2012-13........... H............. L........... 71-68 H:1-1 WILLIAM PENN 1-1 (.500) 1973-74......... N/A.......... W.......... 46-42 1975-76......... N/A........... L........... 75-67 XAVIER 1-0 (1.000) 1999-00........... N............ W.......... 73-72 N:1-0

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ALL-TIME SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HONORS FIRST TEAM ALL-SLC SELECTIONS 33 Selections Player Year Taylor Ross......................................... 2015-16 Porsha Roberts.................................. 2014-15 Porsha Roberts.................................. 2013-14 Whitney Cormier............................... 2009-10 Whitney Cormier............................... 2008-09 Nikki Carr........................................... 2007-08 Charity Egenti.................................... 2006-07 LaToya Mills....................................... 2005-06 Chaquita Dilworth............................. 2001-02 Nathesia Wright................................. 2000-01 Shawnta Johnson.............................. 1999-00 Stephanie Whitmore......................... 1999-00 Anitra Davis....................................... 1998-99 Anitra Davis....................................... 1997-98 Katrina Price...................................... 1997-98 Christie Smith.................................... 1997-98 Katrina Price...................................... 1996-97 Anitra Davis....................................... 1996-97 Latonia Bonnett................................. 1995-96 Katrina Price...................................... 1995-96 Latonia Bonnett................................. 1994-95 Trenia Tillis......................................... 1993-94 Deneen Parker................................... 1992-93 Stacy Brown-Hairgrove...................... 1991-92 Deneen Parker................................... 1991-92 Lori Davis........................................... 1990-91 Dayna Reed....................................... 1990-91 Portia Hill.......................................... 1989-90 Connie Cole........................................ 1989-90 Portia Hill.......................................... 1988-89 Connie Cole........................................ 1988-89 Mozell Brooks.................................... 1987-88 Anroinette Norris............................... 1987-88 SECOND TEAM ALL-SLC SELECTIONS 19 Selections Player Year Taylor Ross......................................... 2014-15 Porsha Roberts.................................. 2012-13 Tammara Marion............................... 2011-12 LaToya Mills....................................... 2003-04 Nathesia Wright................................. 2002-03 Latisha Prater.................................... 2001-02 Lashinda Winters............................... 2000-01 Shawnta Johnson.............................. 1998-99 Christie Smith.................................... 1996-97 Katrina Price...................................... 1994-95 LaTosha Lewis.................................... 1993-94 Lori Davis........................................... 1992-93 Trenia Tillis......................................... 1992-93 Lori Davis........................................... 1991-92 Melissa Peay...................................... 1991-92 Trenia Tillis......................................... 1991-92 Melissa Peay...................................... 1990-91 Dayna Reed....................................... 1989-90 Dayna Reed....................................... 1988-89 THIRD TEAM ALL-SLC SELECTIONS 12 Selections Player Year Tierany Henderson............................ 2014-15 Tammara Marion............................... 2010-11

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Tammara Marion............................... 2009-10 Nikki Carr........................................... 2006-07 Kirby Killingsworth............................ 2005-06 Britany Vinson................................... 2005-06 LaToya Mills....................................... 2004-05 Kendria Smith.................................... 2003-04 Amy Collins........................................ 2002-03 LaToya Mills....................................... 2002-03 Jessica Guild...................................... 2001-02 Nathesia Wright................................. 2001-02 HONORABLE MENTION ALL-SLC SELECTIONS 4 Selections Player Year Taylor Schippers................................ 2015-16 Evelyn Edwards.................................. 2006-07 Nikki Carr........................................... 2005-06 Britany Vinson................................... 2004-05

ALL-CONFERENCE SUPERLATIVES PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Player Year Porsha Roberts.................................. 2015-16 Charity Egenti.................................... 2006-07 Stephanie Whitmore......................... 1999-00 Katrina Price...................................... 1997-98 Katrina Price...................................... 1996-97 Trenia Tillis......................................... 1993-94 Deneen Parker................................... 1992-93 Deneen Parker................................... 1991-92 Portia Hill.......................................... 1989-90 Portia Hill.......................................... 1988-89 Annie Norris....................................... 1987-88 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Player Year Porsha Roberts.................................. 2011-12 LaToya Mills....................................... 2002-03 Nathesia Wright................................. 1999-00 Katrina Price...................................... 1994-95 NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Player Year Ashlee Mells...................................... 2011-12 Lori Davis........................................... 1989-90 COACH OF THE YEAR

Coach Year Brandon Schneider............................ 2014-15 Lee Ann Riley..................................... 2005-06 Royce Chadwick................................. 1996-97 Joe Curl.............................................. 1993-94 Gary Blair........................................... 1992-93 Gary Blair........................................... 1991-92 Gary Blair........................................... 1990-91 Gary Blair........................................... 1989-90 Gary Blair........................................... 1987-88 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Championship Year Regular Season........................................2015 Regular Season........................................2014 Regular Season........................................2010 Regular Season........................................2006

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Tournament.............................................2006 Regular Season .......................................2002 Tournament.............................................2002 Regular-season .......................................2001 Tournament.............................................2001 Regular-season .......................................2000 Tournament.............................................2000 Tournament.............................................1999 Regular Season........................................1998 Tournament.............................................1998 Regular-season .......................................1997 Regular-season.......................................1996 Tournament.............................................1996 Tournament.............................................1995 Regular-season .......................................1994 Tournament.............................................1994 Regular Season........................................1993 Tournament.............................................1993 Regular-season .......................................1992 Tournament.............................................1992 Regular Season .......................................1991 Tournament.............................................1991 Regular Season........................................1990 Tournament.............................................1990 Regular Season........................................1989 Tournament.............................................1989 Regular Season........................................1988 Tournament.............................................1988 SLC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 43 Selections Player Year Porsha Roberts.........................................2015 Kali Jerrell................................................2014 Porsha Roberts.........................................2014 Tammara Marion......................................2012 Ashlee Mells.............................................2012 Charity Egenti..........................................2007 Nikki Carr.................................................2007 LaToya Mills..............................................2006 Britany Vinson..........................................2006 Amy Collins..............................................2002 Nicole Guild..............................................2002 Latisha Prater...........................................2002 Chaquita Dilworth....................................2001 Latisha Prater...........................................2001 Nathesia Wright.......................................2001 Shawnta Johnson.....................................2000 Stephanie Whitmore................................2000 Anitra Davis..............................................1999 Shawnta Johnson.....................................1999 Anitra Davis..............................................1998 Katrina Price.............................................1998 Stephanie Whitmore................................1998 Anitra Davis..............................................1997 Katrina Price.............................................1997 Latonia Bonnett.......................................1996 Katrina Price.............................................1996 Latonia Bonnett.......................................1995 Katrina Price.............................................1995 Trenia Tillis...............................................1994 Deneen Parker..........................................1993 Trenia Tillis...............................................1993 Lynn Corn.................................................1992

Lori Davis.................................................1992 Stacey Brown-Hargrove...........................1992 Stacey Jackson.........................................1991 Deneen Parker..........................................1991 Dayna Reed..............................................1991 Connie Cole..............................................1990 Portia Hill.................................................1990 Connie Cole..............................................1989 Portia Hill.................................................1989 Mozell Brooks...........................................1988 Annie Norris.............................................1988 Dayna Reed..............................................1988

INDIVIDUAL STANDOUTS

Lori Davis 1991 Athletes in Action

Doris Felderhoff Two-Time Kodak All-America (1976-77) Portia Hill Played professionally in France 1990 Kodak All-America 1990 U.S. National Team 1989 World University Games 1988 Jones Cup Team Tammy Mayo 1982 U.S. Team in Bolivia 1981 Sports Festival Antoinette Norris Played professionally in Spain 1986 Athletes in Action 1986 U.S. Sports Festival alternate Deneen Parker 1991 U.S. Sports Festival Melissa Peay 1990 U.S. Sports Festival Rosalind Polk 1981 U.S. Sports Festival Katrina Price Played professionally for the ABL 1998 AP Third-Team All-America 1998 Women’s Collegiate World Games Team 1997 U.S. Select Team Trenia Tillis Played professionally in Spain 1990 U.S. Sports Festival Rosie Walker 2001 Women’s College Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee Two-Time Kodak All-America (1979-80) 1980 U.S. Olympic Team 1979 Pan American Games Played professionally in the Women’s Professional Basketball League (neb.) All-Time Women’s Basketball First Team


GAME-HIGHS/OVERTIME HISTORY Points 1. 48 2. 47 3. 42 4. 41 Last Time: 6. 40 Last Time:

Name Tammy Mayo Rosie Walker Rosie Walker 2 times Connie Cole 2 times Rosie Walker

Points 1. 39 Last Time: 4. 38 Last Time: 6. 37 Last Time: 9. 36 Last Time: 12. 35 Last Time:

Name 3 times Portia Hill 2 times Tammy Mayo 3 times Tammy Mayo 3 times Trenia Tillis 8 times Katrina Price

Ladyjack 40-Point Club Opponent Tulsa UCLA Lamar

Date 1/22/1983 3/3/1979 2/23/1979

Texas-Arlington

2/8/1990

Louisiana Tech

2/10/1979

Ladyjack 35-Point Club Opponent

Date

Arkansas

3/22/1990

Delta State

2/13/1984

Texas A&M

12/6/1983

Cal State Fullerton

12/18/1994

McNeese State

2/22/1997

Ladyjack 20-Rebound Club

Rebounds Name 1. 27 Annie Norris 2. 25 Doris Felderhoff 3. 24 2 times Last Time: LaToya Mills 5. 23 Annie Norris 6. 22 5 times Last Time: Barbara Brown 11. 21 2 times Last TIme: Annie Norris 13. 20 5 times Last Time: Evelyn Edwards

Opponent SW Missouri State Central Missouri State

Date 12/1/1984 1975-76

Texas-Arlington McNeese State

1/26/2006 1/16/1988

Northwestern (Ill.)

3/27/1981

SMU

12/12/1987

Cetnral Arkansas

2/8/2007

Miscellaneous

Margin of Victory: 86 (117-31) vs. Nicholls State (1/25/1996) Marign of Victory in back-to-back games: 86 (117-31) vs. NSU (1/25/1996) and 56 (10246) vs. McNeese State (1/27/1996) 100-point games in a season: 6, 1995-96 Highest AP Ranking: No. 2 on Jan. 8, 1980 Highest Final AP Ranking: No. 4, 1992 Consecutive Weeks Ranked in AP Poll: 43 (Feb. 4, 1991-Dec. 13, 1993) Highest NCAA Tournament Seed: No.2 in West Region, 1992 Longest Home Win Streak: 86 (Jan. 20, 1986-Jan.23, 1995) All-Time Southland Conference Record: 362-92 (.797)

100-Point Performances

(42-10/.808) Date Result 12/30/13..................................................... SFA 101, Texas A&M Commerce 59 12/2/09....................................................... Texas A&M 106, SFA 56 11/29/03..................................................... Duke 119, SFA 53 11/21/03..................................................... Louisiana Tech 109, SFA 60 2/19/00....................................................... SFA 100, Sam Houston 60 1/17/98....................................................... SFA 104, NE Louisiana 62 1/5/98......................................................... SFA 101, Northwestern State 70 12/6/97....................................................... SFA 103, Lamar 67 2/11/97....................................................... SFA 115, Lamar 57 1/6/97 ........................................................ SFA 101, Northwestern State 68 2/8/96 ........................................................ SFA 109, North Texas 63 2/3/96 ........................................................ SFA 102, UT-San Antonio 63 1/27/96....................................................... SFA 102, McNeese State 46 1/25/96....................................................... SFA 117, Nicholls State 31 12/2/95....................................................... SFA 102, Alcorn State 56 12/1/95....................................................... SFA 112, UT-Pan American 44 1/17/95....................................................... SFA 108, Nicholls State 59 12/2/94 ...................................................... SFA 101, UT-Pan American 51 2/15/92 ...................................................... SFA 100, Nicholls State 50

12/6/92 ...................................................... SFA 100, Alcorn State 60 2/28/91....................................................... SFA 109, McNeese State 70 2/2/91......................................................... SFA 101, McNeese State 41 12/17/90 .................................................... SFA 104, UTPA 46 11/30/90 .................................................... SFA 101, Southwestern Louisiana 36 2/6/90 ........................................................ SFA 102, Grambling 50 2/3/90......................................................... SFA 111, McNeese State 50 12/1/89....................................................... SFA 103, SMU 62 2/24/89 ...................................................... SFA 100, Portland State 65 3/5/88......................................................... SFA 100, SMU 65 3/9/88......................................................... SFA 101, North Texas 66 1984-85...................................................... Northwestern State 106, SFA 85 1984-85...................................................... Louisiana Tech 104, SFA 48 1983-84...................................................... Georgia 106, SFA 51 1983-84...................................................... Northeast Louisiana 101, SFA 72 1/28/83 ...................................................... SFA 103, Oklahoma City 83 1/22/83 ...................................................... SFA 108, Tulsa 64 12/2/82 ...................................................... SFA 101, North Texas 49 12/6/82....................................................... SFA 104, Houston 69 1981-82...................................................... Louisiana Tech 105, SFA 58 12/2/81....................................................... SFA 109, Southern 55 11/17/80..................................................... SFA 110, Lamar 48 12/3/79 ...................................................... SFA 122, Baylor 65 11/21/78..................................................... SFA 103, Temple JC 73 2/22/79 ...................................................... SFA 108, Texas Woman’s University 52 2/23/79 ...................................................... SFA 106, Lamar 61 3/2/78......................................................... SFA 106, Abilene Christian 80 3/9/78 ........................................................ SFA 106, Oklahoma 54 1976-77...................................................... SFA 106, Texas A&M 62 1976-77...................................................... Mississippi College 111, SFA 110 1976-77...................................................... SFA 115, Mississippi College 104 1976-77...................................................... Tennessee Tech 102, SFA 68 1975-76...................................................... SFA 100, West Texas St. 64

Overtime Games

(22-13/.629) 2/6/14.........................................................Nicholls State 75, SFA 74 (2OT) 2/16/13.......................................................SFA 83, Southeastern Louisiana 80 (2OT) 2/2/13.........................................................Lamar 61, SFA 55 1/26/13.......................................................SFA 57, Northwestern State 50 12/20/11.....................................................SFA 68, Rice 64 2/5/11......................................................... McNeese State 68, SFA 66 1/2/11.........................................................Tulsa 89, SFA 87 12/11/10.....................................................SFA 69, Grambling State 64 12/8/07.......................................................SFA 84, Missouri 81 3/1/06.........................................................SFA 65, Louisiana-Monroe 62 3/8/06......................................................... SFA 72, Louisiana-Monroe 71 2/18/04.......................................................McNeese State 68, SFA 61 2/10/04 ...................................................... Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 72, SFA 69 2/8/03......................................................... McNeese State 89, SFA 80 1/28/02....................................................... SFA 59, Southwest Texas 57 12/2/00.......................................................SFA 74, Maine 71 2/26/00 ...................................................... Louisiana-Monroe 59, SFA 57 1/24/00....................................................... SFA 65, Southwest Texas 60 1/30/99 ......................................................SFA 89, Southeastern Louisiana 82 2/5/98.........................................................Northeast Louisiana 90, SFA 87 1997 ...........................................................SFA 71, McNeese 65 3/18/96 ......................................................SFA 93, Clemson 88 1995............................................................ SFA 79, Iowa 70 1/6/94.........................................................SFA 83, Northwestern State 78 2/3/94.........................................................SFA 78, Northeast Louisiana 75 2/5/94.........................................................Northwestern State 96, SFA 95 2/10/94....................................................... SFA 90, Southwest Texas 86 2/19/91 ...................................................... SFA 77, Louisiana Tech 74 1/26/89 ......................................................SFA 77, Northeast Louisiana 68 11/26/88.....................................................SFA 85, Oklahoma State 84 12/16/83.....................................................SFA 94, Ohio State 88 1/20/82 ......................................................Texas 80, SFA 79 1978 ...........................................................SFA 72, Mississippi College 70 1977 ...........................................................Wayland Baptist 80, SFA 79 1977 ...........................................................Mississippi College 111, SFA 110

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ALL-TIME LADYJACK ROSTER A

Acker, Susan..................................1986-87 Adams, Dollie...............................1978-80 Adams, Vanessa................................. 1972 Alexander, Charisma..................2014-16 Alexander, Ebony........................2007-10 Alvarez, Carmen..........................1986-87 Anderson, Vanessa.....................1978-81 Andrews, Adrienne.....................2000-02 Ansley, Jamie................................2005-07 Antal, Beata...................................1999-00 Armour, Kristen............................1992-96

B

Bailey, Denise..................................... 1985 Bailey, Weezie..................................... 1972 Bass, Joy.........................................1995-97 Berthoff, Emily..............................1978-79 Bettis, Ashley................................2011-13 Black, Terry....................................1977-80 Boles, Jamie..................................2002-03 Bonnett, Latonia..........................1992-96 Bowden, Nancy.................................. 1982 Bowman, Alex..............................2003-05 Boyles, Nigel.................................1995-97 Bragman, Destiny.......................2013-15 Branch, Bonita..............................1982-83 Branch, Brentney..............2013-Pres Branch, Kim...................................2002-05 Brebner, Judi.................................1980-81 Brodhead, Ashley.............................. 1997 Brooks, Mozell..............................1986-88 Brown, Barbara............................1978-81 Brown, Patricia.............................1996-01 Brown, Stacy.................................1989-92 Bruce, Tonika....................................... 1997 Brunnberg, Lovisa............2016-Pres Buchanan, Bonnie............................. 1980 Butler, Evelyn................................1985-89 Butler, Zedralyn...........................2003-05

C

Canafax, Debbie..........................1976-78 Carr, Nikki.......................................2003-08 Carter, Anionette.........................2012-14 Cathey, Sherri...............................1978-79 Chaney, Bridget................................. 1984 Church, Loretta.................................. 1989 Clark, Marlee.................................1984-87 Cloud, Stacey...................................... 1985 Coble, Laurie.................................1978-79 Coker, Betsy...................................1976-77 Cole, Connie..................................1986-90 Cole, Lynn......................................1987-89 Collier, Beth...................................1981-84 Collins, Amy..................................1999-03 Conwright, Courtney.................2008-11 Cook, Kim............................................. 1995 Cormier, Whitney........................2006-10 Corn, Lynn.....................................1991-93 Cornett, Delana...........................1976-77 Crawford, Pam..............................1980-82

D

Davis, Annette..............................2011-13 Davis, Antoinette........................2007-10 Davis, Anitra..................................1995-99 Davis, Lori......................................1989-93 Davis, Trish.......................................... 1973 Dennison, Angela.......................2006-07 Dilworth, Chaquita.....................2000-02 Domino, Jackie............................2007-08

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Douglas, Ylondia.........................1985-89 Dowies, Cindy.................................... 1974 Drennan, Chantol.......................2007-10

E

Edwards, Evelyn...........................2003-07 Egenti, Charity..............................2005-07 Everline, Andrea..........................2001-02

F

Farrah, Michelle................................. 1980 Fatheree, Alexis............................2013-14 Faulkner, Kathy............................1973-75 Felderhoff, Doris..........................1974-77 Ferguson, Katie............................1997-98 Fisker, Kia..........................2016-Pres Ford, Jordan..................................2007-10 Fowler, Malorie.................................. 2005 Foy, Chelsea..................................2009-10 France, Melissa.............................2003-04

G

Gaines, Jessica..............................2005-09 Gaines, Tasha................................1985-88 Goodner, Decreasha..................2007-10 Grant, Yolanda..............................2000-03 Green, Natashia...........................2005-09 Green, Shanae..............................2004-05 Guild, Jessica................................2000-02 Guild, Nicole.................................2000-02

H

Hagan, Michelle...........................2001-02 Hairgrove, Janice.........................1972-74 Halamicek, Sharon............................ 1982 Hardy, Brittany.............................2009-10 Harris, Daylyn...............................2011-14 Harris, Kennedy................2015-Pres Harris, Yolanda.............................1994-97 Harrison, Shaneika......................1999-00 Hart, Andra....................................1989-90 Harvey, Riley.....................2016-Pres Hayes, Chanell..................2015-Pres Henderson, Tierany....................2011-15 Henry, Tekeniesha.......................1996-97 Henson, Taneeshia......................1994-97 Hickey, Julie..................................1976-79 Hicks, Leigh Anne.......................1989-93 Hill, Portia......................................1988-90 Hill, Teresa............................................ 1985 Holloway, Martina.......................2006-07 Horton, Cynthia................................. 1989 Howard, Keri.................................1992-95 Howden, Sarah.................................. 1997 Hunt, Eumika................................1995-97

I

Irlbek, Ramona................................... 1982

J

Jackson, Stacye............................1988-92 Jackson, Taylor.................2016-Pres Jamerson, Christina....................2000-02 Jeffrey, Tracey..................................... 1994 Jerrell, Kali......................................2012-14 Johnson, Elaine.................................. 1972 Johnson, Imani.................2016-Pres Johnson, Latrice..........................1996-97 Johnson, Pat.................................1976-78 Johnson, Rohekela........................... 1992 Johnson, Rosalind.......................1982-86 Johnson, Shawnta......................1998-00

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Johnson, Sybil..............................1980-84 Jordan, Frances............................1974-75 Joseph, Chris.................................1982-86

K

Killingsworth, Kirby....................2002-06 Kirkman, Terri..................................... 1976 Kizzee, Natalie..............................2004-07 Krauskopf, Kelly................................. 1980

L

Lamar, Tiki......................................1980-81 Lamberth, Julie.................................. 1972 Lamberth, Nancy........................1972-73 Lamberth, Sandy............................... 1973 Langley, Sharon...........................1972-73 Lawson, Shannon.......................1990-92 Lewis, Adrienne................2013-Pres Lewis, LaTosha..............................1992-96 Lightfoot, Kathy...........................1978-79 Little, Sarah......................................... 1997

M

Maaskant, Betty...........................1972-76 Marion, Tammara........................2008-11 Martin, Danielle...........................1996-97 Martin, Lindsey............................2006-07 Martin, Vanessa............................1989-93 Matthew, Brittney.......................2011-15 Mayo, Tammy...............................1980-84 McClure, Eddye.................................. 1972 McKinney, Cindy..........................1972-74 McKitrick, Lisa...............................1986-87 McMinn, Julie...............................1985-87 Mells, Ashlee.................................2011-13 Middleton, LaNesha...................2012-16 Miller, Stacey.................................1987-88 Miller, Suzanne................................... 1974 Mills, LaToya..................................2002-06 Minor, Gayle..................................1985-86 Moat, Leslie......................................... 1985 Moody, Kay....................................1972-74 Morrow, Jimmie...........................1976-78 Mosley, Anitria.............................2005-07 Muhammad, Jaliyla....................2005-05

N

Newman, Ruthe................................. 1986 Nichols, Janelle.................................. 1976 Norris, Antoinette.......................1984-88

O

Owens, Kristi....................................... 1985

P

Page, Monique.............................1999-00 Parker, Deneen.............................1989-93 Parker, Stevi......................2014-Pres Peay, Melissa.................................1988-92 Pederson, Tina Douglas.................. 1996 Pena, Victoria................................2012-16 Perkins, Tiffany.............................2003-04 Polk, Rosalind...............................1981-84 Powell, Paulletta..........................2012-16 Prater, Latisha...............................2000-02 Preston, Stefanie.........................1992-94 Price, Katrina.................................1994-98

R

Rabe, Brandee..............................1993-95 Rajsich, Rhonda...........................1999-00 Ramsay, Danielle.........................1995-97

Ramsay, Robin..............................1976-79 Rater, Tami........................................... 1997 Ray, Angel............................................ 1997 Ray, Eureka....................................1995-97 Ready, Alaysia...................2016-Pres Redo, Paula....................................1981-84 Reed, Dayna..................................1987-91 Reeves, Jill......................................1993-95 Rix, Shelly.......................................1983-84 Roberts, Porsha............................2011-15 Roberts, Tameka................................ 1993 Robinson, Laura...........................1989-90 Rodman, Kim................................1981-83 Roehling, Jackie...........................1998-99 Rogers, Danielle...............2014-Pres Rohmer, Diana.............................1976-77 Ross, Taylor.......................2013-Pres

S

Sam, LaTonya...................................... 1997 Sampson, Schera.........................2008-10 Sanders, Wykeia...........................2011-13 Santoro, Theresa................................ 1985 Sawyer, Amina.............................2008-11 Schippers, Taylor.........................2014-16 Scoggins, Emily............................1980-81 Shaw, Camille...............................1998-99 Simpson, Jennifer.......................2003-07 Smith, Cambria............................2008-10 Smith, Christine...........................1993-97 Smith, Denise...............................1974-77 Smith, Kendria..............................2002-06 Spencer, Kim.................................1990-92 Starling, Kaylah............................2014-15 Steele, Ava........................................... 1973 Stephens, Norma Jo...................1975-77 Stults, Helen..................................1973-76 Sullivan, Mollie.............................1972-73 Swopes, Sonja.................................... 1995 Szymanski, Stacey......................2003-05

T

Tate, Kerri............................................. 1974 Thomas, Debra Kay....................1976-78 Tillis, Trenia....................................1990-94 Turner, Sha.....................................2010-12 Turner, Sherri...................................... 1982 Tymrak, Millie..................................... 1974

V

Vanshoobrouek, Shelia.............1981-85 Vieregge, Carolyn........................1972-74 Vinson, Britany.............................2002-06

W

Wake, Elaine..................................1983-84 Walker, Rosie.................................1978-80 Wallace-Perry, Iemah.................2011-13 Watson, Faith...................................... 1974 Watts, Rene...................................1982-84 Webb, Melinda................................... 1984 Weisinger, Missy..........................1978-81 White, Roxanne............................1990-94 Whitmore, Stephanie................1995-97 Williams, Trina..............................1984-88 Wilson, Karlee...............................2007-07 Winters, Lashinda........................1998-01 Worsham, Kay..............................1972-73 Wright, Nathesia..........................1999-03 Wynn, Brownwyn.............................. 1983

Y

Young, April..................................1985-87


YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS Year 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 -- 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 Year 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

Points

Name Taylor Ross Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Whitney Cormier Whitney Cormier Nikki Carr Charity Egenti LaToya Mills LaToya Mills LaToya Mills Nathesia Wright Chaquita Dilworth Nathesia Wright Shawnta Johnson Anitra Davis Katrina Price Katrina Price Katrina Price Latonia Bonnett Trenia Tillis Deneen Parker Deneen Parker Dayna Reed Lori Davis Portia Hill Portia Hill Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Tammy Mayo Tammy Mayo Tammy Mayo Vanessa Anderson Rosie Walker Rosie Walker D.K. Thomas Doris Felderhoff

Rebounds

Name Adrienne Lewis Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Jordan Ford Toni Davis Whitney Cormier Nikki Carr Charity Egenti LaToya Mills LaToya Mills LaToya Mills LaToya Mills Latisha Prater Latisha Prater Shawnta Johnson Shawnta Johnson Christie Smith Anitra Davis Latonia Bonnett Christie Smith Trenia Tillis

Pts./Avg. 462/16.5 552/17.8 612/17.0 449/14.5 485/14.7 484/16.1 419/14.4 350/12.1 403/13.9 552/16.7 536/17.3 281/14.8 341/12.2 271/10.0 377/12.6 365/11.4 501/15.7 568/19.6 616/22.0 646/19.6 584/18.8 463/15.4 669/23.1 541/16.9 480/15.5 414/13.4 414/13.4 718/23.2 814/23.9 774/22.8 567/18.3 417/14.9 304/11.3 503/20.1 444/17.8 489/20.4 467/13.3 649/20.9 912/26.0 706/18.6 609/18.5 Reb./Avg. 178/6.1 288/9.3 293/8.1 231/7.5 195/5.9 169/5.6 199/7.1 165/5.7 198/6.8 319/9.7 288/9.3 161/8.5 227/8.1 205/7.6 239/8.0 174/5.3 208/6.5 187/6.4 311/11.1 238/7.2 275/9.2 260/8.7 279/9.6

1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 Year 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Trenia Tillis Trenia Tillis Lori Davis Portia Hill Portia Hill Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Sybil Johnson Kim Rodman Kim Rodman Vanessa Anderson Rosie Walker Rosie Walker Pat Johnson Doris Felderhoff

Field-Goal Percentage Name Stevi Parker Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Chantol Drennan Whitney Cormier Whitney Cormier Nikki Carr Natalie Kizzee LaToya Mills Stacey Szymanski Kendria Smith Amy Collins Amy Collins Tami Rater Tami Rater Shawnta Johnson Anitra Davis Anitra Davis Christie Smith Latonia Bonnett Stefanie Preston Latonia Bonnett Trenia Tillis Stacy Brown Portia Hill Portia Hill Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris Rosalind Johnson Tammy Mayo Sybil Johnson Tammy Mayo Vanessa Anderson Rosie Walker Rosie Walker No Information Pat Johnson

240/7.3 216/7.0 253/8.2 335/10.8 423/12.4 416/12.2 324/10.5 321/11.5 299/11.1 176/8.2 239/9.6 256/10.7 372/10.6 354/11.4 448/12.8 423/11.1 434/13.2 Pct .527 .632 .563 .573 .491 .463 .427 .448 .387 .475 .518 .509 .508 .448 .438 .512 .624 .539 .485 .542 .515 .542 .521 .591 .541 .551 .601 .630 .620 .572 .562 .524 .520 .522 .518 .565 .674 .650 .525

3-Pt. FG Percentage Year 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12

(Min. 11 attempts) Name Taylor Ross Brentney Branch Kali Jerrell Kali Jerrell Tammara Marion

Pct .429 .372 .396 .438 .405

2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 Year 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Ebony Alexander Natashia Green Jessica Gaines Britany Vinson Britany Vinson Kirby Killingsworth Nicole Guild Nathesia Wright Stephanie Whitmore Stephanie Whitmore Stephanie Whitmore Katrina Price Danielle Martin Yolanda Harris Yolanda Harris Deneen Parker Deneen Parker Dayna Reed Dayna Reed Dayna Reed Mozell Brooks Mozell Brooks

.364 .393 .382 .314 .333 .538 .336 .373 .357 .382 .334 .398 .364 .451 .329 .378 .386 .347 .346 .090 .432 .318 .323 .375 .319

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 50 attempts) Name Brentney Branch Porsha Roberts Brittney Matthew Kali Jerrell Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Natashia Green Charity Egenti Kirby Killingsworth Stacey Szymanski LaToya Mills LaToya Mills Nathesia Wright Nathesia Wright Stephanie Whitmore Stephanie Whitmore Anitra Davis Latrice Johnson Latrice Johnson Sonja Swopes Roxanne White Lori Davis Lori Davis Shannon Lawson Portia Hill Connie Cole Dayna Reed Mozell Brooks Carmen Alvarez Antoinette Norris Rosalind Polk Rosalind Polk Pam Crawford Rosalind Polk Barbara Brown Rosie Walker No Information Doris Felderhoff

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Pct .763 .754 .786 .785 .827 .880 .828 .824 .762 .736 .838 .761 .675 .670 .818 .788 .757 .783 .761 .727 .754 .763 .712 .749 .736 .787 .652 .733 .827 .700 .855 .608 .653 .675 .723 .767 .752 .701 .758

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SINGLE GAME RECORDS POINTS RK 1. 2. 3. 4. - 6. - 8.

NO. 48 47 42 41 41 40 40 39

PLAYER DATE Tammy Mayo.............................Jan. 22, 1983 Rosie Walker..............................Mar. 3, 1979 Rosie Walker..............................Feb. 23, 1979 Connie Cole...............................Feb. 8, 1990 Portia Hill..................................Dec. 16, 1989 Rosie Walker..............................Feb. 10, 1979 Trenia Tillis................................Jan. 1, 1994 Three Players with

FIELD GOALS RK 1. 2. 3. - 5. - 7. - 9.

NO. 23 21 17 17 16 16 15 15 14

PLAYER DATE Tammy Mayo.............................Jan. 23, 1983 Rosie Walker..............................Mar. 3, 1979 Connie Cole...............................Feb. 8, 1990 Portia Hill..................................Mar. 22, 1990 Portia Hill..................................Dec. 2, 1989 Trenia Tillis................................Jan. 6, 1994 Connie Cole...............................Mar. 10, 1990 Trenia Tillis................................Dec. 18, 1993 Four Players with

FG ATTEMPTS RK 1. - 3. 4. - - - - - 10.

NO. 28 28 27 26 26 26 26 26 26 25

PLAYER DATE Portia Hill..................................Mar. 22, 1990 Rosie Walker..............................Feb. 22, 1979 Trenia Tillis................................Feb. 28, 1994 Tammara Marion.......................Nov. 26, 2011 Katirna Price..............................Jan. 18, 1996 Trenia Tillis................................Jan. 18, 1994 Deneen Parker...........................Mar. 13, 1993 Deneen Parker...........................Jan.25, 1992 Connie Cole...............................Feb. 22, 1990 Connie Cole...............................Feb. 22, 1990

FG PERCENTAGE RK NO. 1. 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 7. .917 - .917 9. .909 10. .900

(minimum five attempts) PLAYER DATE Porsha Roberts..........................Jan.17, 2013 Annette Davis............................Mar. 15, 2012 Amina Sawyer...........................Feb. 25, 2009 Natalie Kizzee............................Jan.6, 2007 Michelle Hagan.........................Dec. 20, 2001 Portia Hill..................................Mar. 22, 1990 Porsha Roberts..........................Feb. 16, 2013 Melissa Peay..............................Dec. 17, 1990 Porsha Roberts..........................Mar. 1, 2014 Shawnta Johnson......................Feb. 5, 2000

3-PT. FIELD GOALS RK 1. - - - - - 7. - - -

NO. 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

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PLAYER DATE Cheyenne Berry.........................Jan. 29, 2011 Tammara Marion.......................Mar. 3, 2010 Stephanie Whitmore.................Dec. 12, 1998 Katrina Price..............................Dec. 17, 1997 Kristen Armour..........................Nov. 29, 1993 Dayna Reed...............................Feb. 23, 1991 Tammara Marion.......................Feb. 8, 2012 Tammara Marion.......................Nov. 26, 2011 Tammara Marion.......................Jan. 2, 2011 Tammara Marion.......................Nov. 20, 2010 Kirby Killingsworth...................Feb. 21, 2004

3 PT. FG ATTEMPTS RK 1. - 3. - - 6. - - -

NO. 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

RK NO. 1. 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 5. .833 6. .800 - .800 - .800 - .800 - .800 - .800

PLAYER DATE Brentney Branch................ Jan. 4, 2016 Tammara Marion.......................Nov. 26, 2011 Tammara Marion.......................Jan. 21, 2012 Tammara Marion.......................Dec. 1, 2010 Katrina Price..............................Dec. 6, 1996 Tierany Henderson....................Feb. 6, 2014 Tammara Marion.......................Jan. 2, 2011 Kristen Armour..........................Nov. 29, 1993 Dayna Reed...............................Feb. 9, 1991

RK 1. 2. - 4. - 6. 7.

3 PT. FG PERCENTAGE

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. - - 7.

(minimum four attempts) PLAYER DATE Daylyn Harris.............................Feb. 18, 2012 Nikki Carr...................................Nov. 17, 2006 Nathesia Wright........................Jan. 18, 2003 Dayna Reed...............................Feb. 23, 1991 Brentney Branch................ Jan. 8, 2015 Britnay Vinson...........................Dec. 20, 2005 Nikki Carr...................................Feb. 4, 2006 Andrea Everline.........................Feb. 18, 2002 Nicole Guild...............................Jan. 26, 2002 Stephanie Whitmore.................Dec. 6, 1997 Yolanda Harris...........................Feb. 24, 1994 Brentney Branch................ Jan. 30, 2016

FREE THROWS RK 1. 2. 3. - - 6. - - 9.

NO. 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 11

PLAYER DATE Lori Davis...................................Feb. 26, 1992 Christie Smith............................Feb. 15, 1997 Lori Davis...................................Nov. 23, 1990 Portia Hill..................................Dec. 16, 1989 Portia Hill..................................Feb. 15, 1990 Katrina Price..............................Jan. 22, 1998 Anitra Davis...............................Jan. 3, 1998 Rosie Walker..............................Feb. 1, 1980 15 Players with

FT ATTEMPTS RK 1. 2. 3. - - 6. - - - 10.

NO. 19 18 17 17 17 16 16 16 16 15

PLAYER DATE Portia Hill..................................Mar. 1, 1990 Portia Hill..................................Dec. 16, 1989 Christie Smith............................Dec. 30, 1997 Christie Smith............................Feb. 15, 1997 Rosie Walker..............................Feb. 1, 1980 Chaquita Dilworth.....................Jan. 21, 2002 Antria Davis...............................Jan. 3, 1998 Lori Davis...................................Feb. 12, 1992 Lori Davis...................................Feb. 9, 1991 Five Players with

FT PERCENTAGE

RK NO. 1. 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000 - 1.000

REBOUNDS

(minimum eight attempts) PLAYER DATE Nikki Carr ..................................Nov. 17, 2006 Portia Hill (13 of 13)..................Feb. 15, 1990 LaToya Mills (11 of 11)...............Dec. 17, 2005 Lori Davis (10 of 10)..................Jan. 9, 1993 Anitra Davis (9 of 9)...................Jan. 2, 1999 Katirna Price (9 of 9)..................Feb. 12, 1998 11 players tied at 8 of 8

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NO. 27 25 25 24 24 23 22

PLAYER DATE Anoinette Norris........................Dec. 1, 1984 Doris Felderhoff.........................1976-77 Doris Felderhoff.........................1975-76 LaToya Mills...............................Jan. 26, 2006 Vanessa Anderson.....................Jan. 30, 1979 Antoinette Norris.......................Jan. 16, 1988 Five Players with

ASSISTS NO. 20 15 14 13 13 13 12

PLAYER DATE Missy Weisinger........................Dec. 15, 1979 Betsy Coker...............................1976-77 Stacy Hairgrove.........................Mar. 14, 1992 Stacy Brown..............................Dec. 2, 1989 Deneen Parker...........................Feb. 10, 1993 Betsy Coker...............................1976-77 Five Players wth

STEALS RK 1. 2. - 4. - 6. - - - -

NO. 11 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

PLAYER DATE Latosha Lewis............................Feb. 3, 1994 Kristen Armour..........................Jan. 7, 1993 Stacye Jackson..........................Jan. 31, 1991 Latisha Prater............................Jan. 12, 2002 Kristen Armour..........................Feb. 12, 1994 Nicole Guild...............................Mar. 9, 2002 Nicole Guild...............................Dec. 20, 2001 Katrina Price..............................Jan.13, 1996 Stacye Jackson..........................Jan. 11, 1992 Deneen Parker...........................Feb. 15, 1992

BLOCKS RK 1. - - 4. - 6. - - - - - -

NO. 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

PLAYER DATE Porsha Roberts..........................Feb. 1, 2012 Kendria Smith ..........................Jan. 22, 2004 Amy Collins...............................Feb. 20, 2003 Kendria Smith...........................Mar. 8, 2006 Amy Collims..............................Dec. 5, 2002 Porsha Poberts..........................Dec. 4, 2013 Porsha Roberts..........................Nov. 17, 2012 Kendria Smith ..........................Jan. 28, 2006 Kendria Smith ..........................Mar. 3, 2006 Amy Collims..............................Feb. 23, 2002 Amy Collins...............................Feb. 25, 2002 Anitra Davis...............................Dec. 6,1996

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS POINTS

No. Pts. 1. 912

Player Rosie Walker

No. Avg.

Player Rosie Walker Portia Hill Trenia Tillis Katrina Price Rosie Walker Tammy Mayo Tammy Mayo Katrina Price Anitra Davis Barbara Brown

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. - 10.

718 669 649 646 616 612 609 600 584

26.0 23.2 23.1 22.0 20.9 20.4 20.1 19.6 19.6 19.3

No. Sh.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. -

395 283 267 263 255 248 239 238 238

10. 237

No. Sh.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. - -

710 607 550 543 529 505 492 485 478 478 478

No. Avg.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.674 .650 .632 .624 .602 .601 .597 .591 .582 .573

Portia Hill Trenia Tillis Rosie Walker Katrina Price Katirna Price Porsha Robert Doris Feldherhoff Barbara Brown Katrina Price

POINTS PER GAME

FIELD GOALS

Player Rosie Walker Portia Hill Trenia Tillis Rosie Walker Katrina Price Doris Felderhoff Barbara Brown Antoinette Norris Connie Cole Tammy Mayo

FG ATTEMPTS

Player Doris Felderhoff Rosie Walker Katrina Price D.K. Thomes Trenia Tillis Deneen Parker Katrina Price Mozell Brooks Deneen Parker Katrina Price Doris Felderhoff

FG PERCENTAGE

Player Rosie Walker Rosie Walker Porsha Roberts Tami Rater Tami Rater Portia Hill Vanessa Martin Latonia Bonnett Adrienne Lewis Porsha Roberts

Years 1978-79 1989-90 1993-94 1979-80 1996-97 1997-98 2013-14 1976-77 1978-79 1995-96

Years 1978-79 1989-90 1993-94 1997-98 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84 1996-97 1998-99 1978-79 Years 1978-79 1989-90 1993-94 1979-80 1995-96 1976-77 1978-79 1986-87 1989-90 1983-84

Years 1975-76 1978-79 1996-97 1976-77 1993-94 1991-92 1995-96 1986-87 1992-93 1997-98 1976-77 Years 1979-80 1978-79 2014-15 1999-00 1998-99 1989-90 1991-92 1992-93 2014-15 2012-13

3-PT. FIELD GOALS

No. Sh.

Player Tammara Marion Tierany Henderson Tammara Marion Brentney Branch Dayna Reed Tierany Henderson Tammara Marion Britany Vinson Katrina Price Tierany Henderson

No. Sh. 1. 222

Player

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. -

90 75 72 65 63 62 59 56 54 53

211 198 177 176 171 164 157 152 152

No. Avg.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. - 7. 8. 9. 10.

.451 .438 .432 .429 .405 .400 .400 .398 .396 .393

No. Sh.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

210 182 180 152 143 131 131 130 127 126

No. Sh.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

478 356 233 232 206 203 197 183 178 175

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS

Tammara Marion Tierany Henderson Tammara Marion Brentney Branch Tierany Henderson Tierany Henderson Katrina Price Kirby Killingsworth Kirby Killingsworth Katirna Price

3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE Player Stephanie Whitmore Kali Jerrell Dayna Reed Taylor Ross Tammara Marion Britany Vinson Jessica Guild Stephanie Whitmore Kali Jerrell Tammara Marion

FREE THROWS

Player Deneen Parker Porsha Roberts Trenia Tillis Portia Hill Porsha Roberts Trenia Tillis Lori Davis Katirna Price Christie Smith Porsha Roberts

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTS Player Deneen Parker Trenia Tillis Portia Hill Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Trenia Tillis Christie Smith Barbara Brown Lori Davis Katrina Davis

Years 2011-12 2013-14 2010-11 2015-16 1990-91 2014-15 2009-10 2005-06 1996-97 2012-13 Years

2011-12 2013-14 2010-11 2015-16 2014-15 2012-13 1996-97 2005-06 2002-03 1997-98

No. Avg 1. .889

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. -

.880 .852 .848 .842 .838 .828 827 824 .818 .818

No. Rb.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

481 448 434 395 372 354 335 326 324 321

FT PERCENTAGE

Player

Shannon Lawson Tammara Marion Sharon Halamicek Terry Black Eumika Hunt Kirby Killingsworth Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Tammara Marion Nathesia Wright Rhonda Rajsich

REBOUNDS

Player Doris Felderhoff Rosie Walker Doris Felderhoff Vanessa Anderson Vaneesa Anderson Rosie Walker Portia Hill Barbara Brown Antoinette Norris Antoinette Norris

REBOUNDS PER GAME

Years 1997-98 2012-13 1990-91 2015-16 2011-12 2005-06 2000-01 1999-00 2013-14 2009-10

No. Avg.

Years 1992-93 2013-14 1992-93 1989-90 2012-13 1993-94 1991-92 1997-98 1996-97 2014-15

No. Avg.

Player Missy Weisinger Missy Weisinger Missy Weisinger Stacy Hairgrove Rosalind Polk Rosalind Polk Stacy Brown Stacy Brown Stephanie Whitmore Ebony Alexander

Years 1992-93 1992-93 1989-90 2013-14 2012-13 1993-94 1996-97 1978-79 1991-92 1990-91

No. Avg.

Player Rosalind Polk Rosalind Polk Missy Weisinger Stacy Hargrove Missy Weisinger Stacy Brown Rosalind Polk Missy Rosalind Stephanie Whitmore Ebony Alexander Stacy Brown

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. - 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. - - 9. 10. -

14.5 13.2 12.8 11.6 11.5 11.4 11.1 11.1 10.8 10.7

229 214 211 187 179 172 169 168 164 163

7.5 7.2 6.9 6.7 6.1 6.0 6.0 6.0 5.7 5.6 5.6

Player Doris Felderhoff Doris Felderhoff Rosie Walker Vanessa Anderson Antoinette Norris Rosie Walker Christie Smith Antoinette Norris Portia Hill Kim Rodman

ASSISTS

ASSISTS PER GAME

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Years

1991-92 2010-11 1981-82 1977-78 1998-99 2005-06 2009-10 2011-12 2008-09 2001-02 1999-00

Years 1975-76 1978-79 1976-77 1978-79 1980-81 1979-80 1989-90 1980-81 1986-87 1985-86 Years 1975-76 1976-77 1978-79 1978-79 1985-86 1979-80 1997-98 1984-85 1989-90 1981-82 Years 1979-80 1978-79 1980-81 1991-92 1982-83 1983-84 1989-90 1991-92 1997-98 2009-10 Years 1983-84 1982-83 1979-80 1991-92 1978-79 1989-90 1981-82 1980-81 1997-98 2009-10 1990-91

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CAREER RECORDS STEALS

No. Avg.

Player Rosalind Park Jessica Guild Nikki Carr Deneen Parker Stephanie Whitmore Yolanda Harris Mozell Brooks Nikki Carr Nicole Guild Deneen Parker

No. Avg.

Player Jessica Guild Rosalind Polk Nikki Carr Rosalind Polk Rosalind Polk Yolanda Harris Stephanie Whitmore Deneen Parker Mozell Brooks Nicole Guild LaTosha Lewis

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. - - 6. 7. - - 10. -

109 103 90 89 88 87 87 84 82 82

3.4 3.3 3.1 3.1 3.1 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.7

STEALS PER GAME

Player Katrina Price Antoinette Norris Barbara Brown Connie Cole Doris Felderhoff Porsha Roberts Tammy Mayo Anitra Davis Trenia Tillis Rosie Walker

No. Avg.

Player Rosie Walker Portia Hill Mozell Brooks Katrina Price Doris Felderhoff Tammy Mayo Antoinette Norris D.K. Thomas Connie Cole Barbara Brown

No. Sh.

Player Connie Cole Antoinette Norris Doris Felderhoff Barbara Brown Porsha Roberts Anitra Davis Tammy Mayo Rosie Walker Katrina Price Trenia Tillis

No. Avg.

Player Amy Collins Porsha Roberts Kendria Smith Porsha Roberts Charity Egenti Porsha Roberts Vanessa Anderson Chris Joseph Latonia Bonnett Amy Collins

Years 2001-02 1981-82 2007-08 1980-81 1979-80 1996-97 1999-00 1992-93 1986-87 2001-02 1993-94

No. Avg.

Player Amy Collins Kendria Smith Porsha Roberts Porsha Roberts Chris Joseph Charity Egenti Latonia Bonnett Sybil Johnson Porsha Roberts Kendria Smith Amy Collins

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. - 6. - - 9. - -

91 76 68 64 61 59 56 55 53 52

3.3 2.3 2.1 2.0 2.0 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7

BLOCKS PER GAME

Years 2002-03 2013-14 2005-06 2014-15 2006-07 2011-12 1984-85 1985-86 1993-94 2001-02 Years 2002-03 2005-06 2013-14 2014-15 1985-86 2006-07 1993-94 1981-82 2011-12 2003-04 2001-02

CAREER RECORDS POINTS

No. Pts. 1. 2,278 2. 2,062 3. 2,023 4. 1,975 5. 1,950 6. 1,915 7. 1,844 8. 1,751 9. 1,584 10. 1,561

BLOCKS

Years 1980-81 2001-02 2007-08 1992-93 1999-00 1996-97 1986-87 2006-07 2001-02 1991-92

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

70

23.7 23.6 19.0 18.7 18.6 17.3 17.2 16.6 15.6 14.8

865 830 816 815 689 684 675 658 655 629

POINTS PER GAME

FIELD GOALS

FG ATTEMPTS

Years 1994-98 1984-88 1977-81 1986-90 1974-77 2011-15 1980-84 1995-99 1990-94 1978-80

No. Sh.

Years 1978-80 1989-90 1987-88 1994-98 1974-77 1981-84 1985-88 1976-78 1987-90 1978-81

No. Avg.

Player Rosie Walker Portia Hill Porsha Roberts Antoinette Norris Tami Rater Vanessa Anderson Melissa Peay Stevi Parker Latonia Bonnett Anitra Davis Adrienne Lewis

Years 1978-80 1988-90 2011-15 1985-88 1998-01 1978-81 1989-92 2014- Pres 1993-96 1995-99 2013-Pres

No. Avg.

Years 1987-90 1985-88 1974-77 1978-81 2011-15 1995-99 1981-84 1978-80 1994-98 1990-94

No. Sh.

Player Tammara Marion Tierany Henderson Dayna Reed Kirby Killingsworth Brentney Branch Britany Vinson Stephanie Whitmore Katrina Price Nikki Carr Brittney Matthew

Years 2008-12 2011-15 1987-91 2002-06 2013-Pres. 2002-06 1996-2000 1994-97 2003-2008 2011-15

No. Sh.

1. 1,766 2. 1,739 3. 1,649 4. 1,645 5. 1,455 6. 1,443 7. 1,435 8. 1,360 9. 1,329 10. 1,300

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.660 .616 .571 .570 .550 .540 .536 .527 .523 .515 .515 263 216 178 168 153 152 143 137 125 118

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Player Tammy Mayo Connie Cole Doris Felderhoff Barbara Brown Antoinette Norris Katrina Price Deneen Parker Tammara Marion Anitra Davis Dayna Reed

FG PERCENTAGE

3-PT. FIELD GOALS

Years 1980-84 1986-90 1974-77 1977-81 1984-88 1994-98 1990-93 2008-11 1995-99 1987-90

No. Sh. 1. 680

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

645 555 477 449 425 418 412 385 361

1. .412 2. .387 3. .373 4. .372 - .372 6. .371 7. .367 8. .362 9. .358 10. .333

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

621 411 406 402 393 325 322 320 312 296

3-PT. FG ATTEMPTS

Player

Tammara Marion Tierany Henderson Kirby Killingsworth Dayna Reed Katrina Price Britany Vinson Nikki Carr Brentney Branch Stephanie Whitmore Brittney Matthew

3-PT. FG PERCENTAGE Player Kali Jerrell Tammara Marion Dayna Reed Nicole Guild Stephanie Whitmore Brentney Branch Mozell Brooks Tierany Henderson Britany Vinson Taylor Ross

FREE THROWS

Player Anitra Davis Porsha Roberts Lori Davis Antoinette Norris Barbara Brown LaToya Mills Trenia Tillis Doris Felderhoff Portia Hill Christie Smith

Years

2008-11 2011-15 2002-06 1987-91 1994-97 2002-06 2003-08 2013-Pres. 1994-97 2011-15 Years 2012-14 2008-11 1987-90 2000-02 1996-99 2013-Pres. 1987-88 2011-15 2002-06 2013-Pres. Years 1995-99 2011-15 1990-93 1985-88 1978-81 2002-06 1990-93 1974-77 1989-90 1994-98


TEAM MISCELLANEOUS FREE THROWS ATTEMPTS No. Sh. Player

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. --

712 689 658 596 578 529 513 471 463 451 451

Porsha Roberts Christie Smith Antoinette Norris Barbara Brown Lori Davis Anitra Davis Trenia Tillis LaToya Mills Portia Hill Nikki Carr Taylor Ross

FT PERCENTAGE

No. Avg 1. .844

Player

No. Rb.

Player Vanessa Anderson Antoinette Norris Doris Felderhoff Barbara Brown Christie Smith Porsha Roberts Connie Cole Anitra Davis LaToya Mills Latonia Bonnett

2. .840 3. .807 4. .800 5. .789 6. .772 7. .765 8. .763 9. .761 10. .759

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1,379 1,360 1,336 1,240 1,021 1,007 979 896 881 819

No. Avg.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. - 10.

12.2 11.7 11.3 10.4 10.3 10.1 8.9 8.4 8.4 7.9

No. Avg.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

748 599 592 535 511 470 455 437 420 275

Tammara Marion Britany Vinson Carmen Alvarez Shannon Lawson Nicole Guild Chris Joseph Paulletta Powell Sonja Swopes Courtney Conwright Stevi Parker

REBOUNDS

REBOUNDS PER GAME Player Rosie Walker Portia Hill Antoinette Norris Vanessa Anderson Stefanie Preston Kim Rodman Barbara Brown LaToya Mills Christie Smith Trenia Tillis

ASSISTS

Player Missy Weisinger Stacy Brown-Hairgrove Rosalind Polk Ylondia Douglas Stephanie Whitmore Dayna Reed Evelyn Butler Kristen Armour Nikki Carr Ebony Alexander

Years 2011-15 1994-98 1985-88 1978-81 1990-93 1995-99 1990-93 2002-06 1989-90 2003-08 2013-Pres.

No. Avg.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. -

6.3 5.5 5.1 4.6 4.4 4.3 4.2 4.0 3.9 3.6 3.6

ASSISTS PER GAME

Player Missy Weisinger Rosalind Polk Stacy Brown-Hairgrove Ebony Alexander Mozell Brooks Evelyn Butler Ylondia Douglas Stephanie Whitmore Lashinda Winters Kristen Armour Dayna Ree

STEALS

Years

No. Avg.

Player Rosalind Polk Nikki Carr Deneen Parker Katrina Price LaTosha Lewis Kristen Armour Stacye Jackson Stephanie Whitmore Stacy Brown-Hairgrove Ylondia Douglas

Years 1978-81 1985-88 1974-77 1978-81 1994-98 2011-15 1987-90 1995-99 2002-06 1993-96

No. Avg.

Player Rosalind Polk, Jessica Guild, Portia Hill, Nikki Carr, Mozell Brooks, Rosie Walker, Latisha Prater, Katrina Price, Deneen Parker, Pam Crawford,

2008-11 2002-06 1985-87 1990-92 2000-02 1983-86 2012-16 1994-95 2008-11 2014-Pres.

1. 2. 3. - 5. 6. 7. - 9. 10.

346 279 257 257 235 231 213 213 212 208

1. 2. 3. 4. - - 7. - - -

STEALS PER GAME

BLOCKS

Years 1978-80 1988-90 1984-88 1978-81 1992-94 1981-83 1978-81 2002-06 1993-97 989-94

No. Avg.

Player Porsha Roberts Amy Collins Latonia Bonnett Kendria Smith Sybil Johnson Chris Joseph Amina Sawyer Trenia Tillis Tierany Henderson Charity Egenti

Years 1978-81 1989-92 1981-84 1986-89 1996-00 1988-91 1986-89 1993-96 2003-08 2008-10

No. Avg.

Player Porsha Roberts Lisa McKitrick Charity Egenti Kendria Smith Amy Collins Sybil Johnson Latonia Bonnett Vanessa Anderson Chris Joseph Portia Hill Schera Sampson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. - - - 7. 8. 9. 10. -

182 175 165 157 151 121 113 104 98 93

1.8 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1

BLOCKS PER GAME

Years 1978-81 1981-84 1989-92 2007-2010 1986-88 1986-89 1986-89 1993-97 1998-2001 1993-96 1987-91 Years 1981-84 2003-08 1990-93 1994-98 1993-96 1993-96 1989-92 1996-00 1989-92 1986-89 Years 1981-84 2000-02 1988-90 2003-08 1986-88 1978-80 2000-02 1993-97 1990-93 1980-82 Years 2011-16 1999-03 1993-96 2002-06 1981-84 1983-86 2008-11 1990-94 2011-16 2005-07 Years 2011-16 1986-87 2005-07 2002-06 1999-03 1981-84 1993-96 1978-81 1983-86 1988-90 2008-10

All-Time Coaching Records

Name Years 1. Sue Gunter 1972-1980 2. Gary Blair 1985-1993 3. Royce Chadwick 1994-2001 4. Lee Ann Riley 2001-2010 5. Brandon Schneider 2010-2015 6. Mary Ann Otwell 1980-1984 7. Joe Curl 1993-1994 8. Don Wilhelm 1983-1985

Wins Losses P ct. 266 88 .751 210 43 .830 173 44 .797 146 116 .562 72 58 .554 62 39 .614 23 7 .767 17 36 .321

TEAM SINGLE GAME Most Points Scored:122 vs. Baylor (12/3/79) (won 122-65) Most Field Goals Made: 53 vs. Lamar (11/17/80) Most Field Goals Attempted: 111 vs. San Antonio College (1/9/74) Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 13 vs. Lamar (2/6/10) Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 36 vs. Lamar (2/6/10) Most Free Throws Made: 37 vs. UT-Pan American (12/1/95) Most Free Throws Attempted: 56 vs. UT-Pan American (12/1/95) Most Rebounds: 74 vs. McNeese State (1/27/96) Most Fouls: 35 vs. Kansas State (1/5/81) Most Points Allowed: 119 vs. Duke, 11/29/04 (lost 119-53) Fewest Points Allowed: 20 vs. Rice, 1974-75 (won 82-20) Fewest Points Scored: 22 vs. Southern University, 1966-67 (lost 57-22) Most Points Scored (two teams): 221 vs. Miss. Coll., 1976-77 (L, 111-110) Fewest Points Scored (two teams): 65 vs. Ranger JC, 196970 (lost 38-27) Victory Margin: 86 (117-31) vs. Nicholls State (1/25/96)

TEAM SINGLE SEASON Most Points: 2924, 1977-78 (1237 FG, 450 FT) Most Field Goals Made: 1237, 1977-78 Most Field Goals Attempted: 2937, 1974-75 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 211, 2011-12 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 651, 2011-12 Most Free Throws Made: 572, 1995-96 Most Free Throws Attempted: 878, 1995-96 Most Rebounds: 1903, 1977-78 Most Assists: 657, 1989-90 Most Steals: 457, 1996-97 Most Blocks: 179, 2005-06 Most Fouls: 893, 1974-75 Most Wins: 32, 1974-75 Most Losses: 24, 1984-85 Highest Winning Percentage: 903, 1989-90 (28-3), ‘91-92 (28-3) Lowest Winning Percentage:111, 1984-85 (3-24) Longest Winning Streak: 19, 1999-00 Longest Losing Streak:17, 1984-85 Most Consecutive Free Throws: 22, Portia Hill (2/13/902/17/90)

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2015-16 YEAR IN REVIEW NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

Stephen F. Austin’s women’s bowling team set a new program milestone, capturing the NCAA Division I national championship on Saturday, April 16, 2016 in New Brunswick, N.J. One season after capturing national runner-up honors, the Ladyjacks battled their way back into the championship match, drawing a familiar foe in top-seeded Nebraska. This time around, however, the tables turned as the Ladyjacks outlasted the Cornhuskers 4-3, earning the first Division I national title in school history. Sophomore STEPHANIE SCHWARTZ was named the NTCA Division I National Player of the Year while junior KIARA GRANT was named the NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding player.

THE PAYNE TRAIN

The stellar year continued for senior DEMI PAYNE, who was named a Bowerman Award finalist in December of 2015, capturing the fan vote. Her 2016 season started off strong as she cleared 16 feet in New Mexico, becoming just the third woman in the world to ever clear the height. Her quest to repeat as a national champion took an unfortunate turn, however, as she snapped her pole on the opening height at the Texas Relays in April, sidelining her for the remainder of the 2016 outdoor season. But she continues to train with her sights set on one goal - qualifying for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de janeiro, Brazil.

CONTINUING DOMINANCE

A pair of Stephen F. Austin programs continued to set the standard for the rest of the Southland Conference in 2015-16. In the fall, the Ladyjack soccer team won an uprecedented fifth-straight conference title, successfully completing the “Drive for Five,” as junior AMANDA DOYLE was named the SLC Player of the Year. In the spring, the SFA men’s track team won its second-straight SLC crown, leading to CHARLES MATHENGE, MY’LIK KERLEY and the Lumberjack 4x400 METER RELAY TEAM qualifying for the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon. The 4x400 team established their reputation as one of the top relay squads in the country, posting a school-record time of 3:03.56 to finish first at the West Regionals, leading into another impressive performance at the national meet.

AMERICA’S TEAM

After capturing its fourth-straight Southland Conference championship, SFA won its third-straight SLC tournament title, earning a berth in the 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The number 14 seed, the Lumberjacks grabbed the attention of the nation with a 70-56 upset over third-seeded West Virginia at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, then came within two seconds of a Sweet 16 appearance before dropping a 76-75 heartbreaker to fourth-seeded Notre Dame. Senior THOMAS WALKUP became a national celebrity in the process, winning over millions of basketball fans.

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2015-16 YEAR IN REVIEW 2015-16 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN YEAR IN REVIEW Overall SLC SLC Team W-L W-L Finish Postseason Baseball 30-30 14-16 T-7th SLC tournament semifinalist M Basketball 28-6 18-0 1st SLC tournament champions; NCAA second round W Basketball 18-12 12-6 4th SLC tournament quarterfinalist Bowling 88-45 — 4th NCAA National Champions M Cross Country ­— — 2nd Fifth-place finish at NCAA South Central Regional W Cross Country — — 2nd Sixth-place finish at NCAA South Central Regional Football 4-7 4-5 T-5th — M Golf ­— — 5th — W Golf — — T-4th — Soccer 9-8-2 8-1-2 1st SLC tournament quarterfinalist Softball 28-29 13-13 6th SLC tournament semifinalist Tennis 12-10 7-4 T-3rd SLC tournament quarterfinalist M Indoor Track & Field — — 3rd — W Indoor Track & Field ­— — 3rd — M Outdoor Track & Field — — 1st Mathenge, Kerley, 4x400 qualify for nationals W Outdoor Track & Field — — 3rd — Volleyball 20-14 11-5 3rd SLC tournament quarterfinalist

SFA HEAD COACHES

JOHNNY CARDENAS

CODY CLARK

CLINT CONQUE

WALLY CRITTENDEN

NICOLE DICKSON

DEBBIE HUMPHREYS

KYLE KELLER

MARK KELLOGG

AMBER LEMKE

JON McLAUGHLIN

PHIL OLSON

TREY SCHROEDER

Baseball

Football

Cross Country

Soccer

NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE YEAR (2) Stephanie Schwartz - Bowling (NATA); Thomas Walkup - (Lou Henson Mid-Major) SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR (2) Amanda Doyle - Soccer; Thomas Walkup - Men’s Basketball FIRST TEAM ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SELECTIONS (23) Baseball: Conner Fikes, Garrett McMullen and Kyle Thornell; Men’s Basketball: Thomas Walkup; Women’s Basketball: Taylor Ross; Men’s Cross Country: Nick Guerra, Charles Mathenge and Colby Mehmen; Women’s Cross Country: Courtney High; Men’s Golf: Luke Sheehan; Soccer: Brooke Dunnigan and Amanda Doyle; Softball: Brittany Lewis; Women’s Tennis: Liza Aginskaya; Women’s Indoor Track and Field: Aliyah Davis and Caitlin Jones; Men’s Outdoor Track and Field: Charles Mathenge and Lucas Akins; Women’s Outdoor Track and Field: Madeline Kaufman, Shelby Pesek and Jessica Spelling; Volleyball: OJ Olson and Justice Walker TOTAL ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SELECTIONS (84) Baseball - 4; Men’s Basketball - 3; Women’s Basketball - 1; Men’s Cross Country - 4; Women’s Cross Country - 3; Football - 2; Men’s Golf - 1; Women’s Golf - 1; Soccer - 6; Softball - 2; Women’s Tennis - 3; Men’s Indoor Track and Field - 12; Women’s Indoor Track and Field - 10; Men’s Outdoor Track and Field - 20; Women’s Outdoor Track and Field - 9; Volleyball - 3 * - Does not include honorable mention selections

Softball

Men’s Basketball

Volleyball

Women’s Basketball

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE STUDENT-ATHLETES OF THE YEAR (1) Brooke Dunningan - Soccer SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS (20) Men’s Basketball: Thomas Walkup; Football: John Franklin and Marlon Walls; Soccer: Kelly Ann Craig, Amanda Doyle, Brooke Dunnigan, Lillie Ehlert, Rachel Owens and Carolina Orsi; Softball: Brittany Lewis; Women’s Tennis: Valeria Terentyeva; Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country: Lucas Akins, Kerry Gleason and Daven Murphree; Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country: Katrina Fite, Courtney High, Madeline Kaufman, Bria McIver and Shelby Pesek; Volleyball: OJ Olson CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT SELECTIONS (3) Football: Marlon Walls; Soccer: Carolina Orsi; Women’s Tennis: Valeria Terentyeva

Bowling

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Golf


PRESIDENT DR. BAKER PATTILLO DR. BAKER PATTILLO

UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT 51st Season at SFA | 11th Season as University President

Dr. Baker Pattillo is in his 51st year of service to Stephen F. Austin and his 11th as university president, making SFA a major part of his life for nearly a quarter century. Pattillo was named interim president by a unanimous vote of the SFA Board of Regents during a meeting in July, 2006, following the resignation of Dr. Tito Guerrero. The interim tag was removed shortly thereafter, making Pattillo the 11th president of SFA. A longtime supporter of Lumberjack and Ladyjack athletics in his role as vice president for university affairs, Pattillo has been a constant fixture at SFA athletic events. Upon being named university president, he voiced his intention to remain committed to the students of SFA. “My role has been to serve students and to attend to students’ needs. That role will now be expanded to all areas of the university,” Pattillo said following the Board’s announcement. “Students are the primary reason we are here, so I’ll be focusing on our continued efforts to improve recruitment and retention. I’m looking forward to this and will give my best to the university every day.” Prior to being named president, Dr. Pattillo logged more than 27 years as vice president for university affairs. The Office of University Affairs oversees all athletic programs at SFA. During that time, Dr. Pattillo Dr. Pattillo with Chief Caddo also serves as the university’s institutional representatitive to the NCAA as well as completing a term as president of the Southland Conference. A native of Arp, Texas, Dr. Pattillo began his professional career at SFA in 1966 when he was named assistant director of placement and financial aid. In 1970, he was promoted to the director of the department, serving in that capacity until 1972 when he was named dean of student services. Dr. Pattillo was then promoted to vice president for student affairs in July 1979, with the more comprehensive university affairs designation coming in 1982. A two-time graduate of Stephen F. Austin, Dr. Pattillo received his Bachelor of Science in 1965, followed by his Masters of Education in 1966. He received his Ph.D. in educational administration from Texas A&M University in 1971. A native of Arp, Texas, Dr. Pattillo earned an associate of art degree from Tyler Junior College before enrolling at SFA. Dr. Pattillo and his wife, Dr. Janice Pattillo, who is the chair of the Department of Elementary Education and a professor of elementary education, have one daughter, Paige, who is also an SFA graduate. She then earned her law degree from the University of Texas in 2004 while serving as the feature twirler with both the Lumberjack and Longhorn marching bands.

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN BOARD OF REGENTS

DR. SCOTT COLEMAN

KENTON SCHAEFER

BARRY NELSON

DAVID ALDERS

NELDA LUCE BLAIR

ALTON FRAILEY

The Woodlands, Texas Term Expires 2021

Katy, Texas Term Expires 2021

BRIGETTE HENDERSON

RALPH TODD

CHAIR Houston, Texas Term Expires 2021

Nacogdoches, Texas Term Expires 2019

JOHN R. “BOB” GARRETT Tyler, Texas Term Expires 2019

VICE CHAIR Brownsville, Texas Term Expires 2017

Lufkin, Texas Term Expires 2017

SECRETARY Dallas, Texas Term Expires 2019

Carthage, Texas Term Expires 2017

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ROBERT HILL ROBERT HILL

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 30th Season at SFA | 12th Season as Athletic Director

Another Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup and a national championship make the start of Hill’s third decade at SFA a special one. Now in his 12th year as Director of Athletics, SFA teams have won 46 Southland Conference titles and one NCAA national championship during his tenure. SFA recorded its first NCAA Division I team title during the spring of 2016 when the bowling team defeated Nebraska for the national championship. It was SFA’s first NCAA team title since 1986. The men’s basketball team has been another program that has brought national attention winning its fourth consecutive Southland Conference title in 2016. The Lumberjacks also made their third straight trip to the NCAA men’s tournament where they defeated West Virginia in the second round and lost a one-point decision to Notre Dame in the round of 32. Other highlights from the past year included Southland Conference Championships for soccer and men’s outdoor track. The soccer title was the fifth consecutive SLC championship while the track team recorded its second straight title. Under Hill’s leadership SFA athletic teams have experienced their best years ever highlighted by winning the 2016, 2015, 2012 and 2010 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cups. The annual award represents the all-sports champion in the Southland Conference. SFA also won the SLC men’s all-sports trophies in 2013, 2011 and 2010 and the SLC women’s all-sports title in 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2010. SFA is only the second school to have swept all three awards in the 50-year history of the Southland Conference in 2010. During the past eleven years SFA teams have made school history. Among the notable athletic achievements are men’s basketball’s four appearances in the NCAA tournament which included wins over VCU and West Virginia; Demi Payne becoming the first SFA athlete to win a NCAA Division I individual title by winning the outdoor pole vault title; the first back to back conference titles for football in 2009 and 2010; ten consecutive women’s conference track titles; five consecutive women’s soccer SLC titles; volleyball’s first NCAA tournament win in 2006; bowling’s NCAA championship. Academic success is major point of emphasis for Hill as 133 student-athletes received degrees during the 2015-16 academic year. Also, 183 SFA student-athletes were named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s honor roll during the 2015-16 academic year. At the end of the 2016 spring semester, 47% of all SFA student-athletes were maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher with six teams achieving a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Hill with the 2016 Southland Conference Commissioner’s Cup and Women’s All-Sports Trophy which SFA has won four times each under his watch

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Hill, along with university president Dr. Baker Pattillo, welcome home the SFA bowling team after capturing the first Division I national title in program history

SFA teams now wear Under Armour uniforms, shoes and accessories as a result of Hill negotiating a multi-year agreement with the sports apparel giant to become the official outfitter for SFA athletic teams through 2018. Hill also played an important role in creating the “Battle of the Piney Woods” football game between SFA and Sam Houston State at NRG Stadium in Houston. The rivalry game moved from campus locations to the home of the Houston Texans in 2010. More than 27,000 attended the game in 2015. The partnership between Lone Star Sports and Entertainment, SFA and Sam Houston has created one of the top FCS football games of the year with the event now on a three-year rolling agreement because of its success. Facility improvements have been a priority since Hill became director. This fall will mark the debut of a new 80’ video board in Homer Bryce Stadium. The new board will be the largest in the Southland Conference. Major improvements to the William R. Johnson Coliseum will also be new this year. A four-sided video board, video ribbon boards and LED tables are among the newest additions. One of the most ambitious projects became reality last year when the athletic department began producing ESPN3 telecasts of home foot- Hill with 2010 Walter Payton Award winner Jeremy Moses ball, basketball, soccer and volleyball games. A new state of the art facility now produces these telecasts with SFA students providing the manpower. Hill is active on the national scene having served a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Football Championship Committee where he was named chairman during his final year. He also is Chair of the Southland Conference Advisory Council. In 2011 the National Association of Collegiate Director’s of Athletics named him Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision West Region. Both he and his wife, Brenda, whom he met while attending SFA, are graduates of the University. Their family includes daughter Alix and husband Matt, granddaughter Claire and grandson Carter of Dallas; son Stuart, wife Kathy and grandsons, Blake and Aaron all of Woodbine, Maryland.


SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE

Well into its sixth decade of service, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions and approximately 4,200 student-athletes. Having commemorated its 50th anniversary in 2013, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 13 member universities in three states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into the 21st Century. The Southland sponsors 17 full championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball.

The conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The Southland Bowling League, an affiliated Conference sport, originated in 2015, and four of its members filled out half of the eight-team bracket, with Stephen F. Austin capturing the 2016 NCAA national title. The Southland Conference, in conjunction with the city of Frisco, Texas, and Hunt Sports Group, also serves as the host to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game in Frisco, which has been home to the conference headquarters since 2006. The game is played at Frisco’s Toyota Stadium, and after a successful three-year run, the partnership was rewarded with a three-year renewal to serve as the national championship host site through the 2018 season. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities.

2016-17 CONFERENCE MEMBERS ABILENE CHRISTIAN Abilene, Texas

CENTRAL ARKANSAS Conway, Arkansas

HOUSTON BAPTIST Houston, Texas

INCARNATE WORD San Antonio, Texas

LAMAR

Beaumont, Texas

McNEESE

Lake Charles, Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS

New Orleans, Louisiana

NICHOLLS

Thibodaux, Louisiana

NORTHWESTERN STATE Natchitoches, Louisiana

SAM HOUSTON STATE Huntsville, Texas

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA Hammond, Louisiana

TOM BURNETT

Southland Conference Commissioner

SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE OFFICE 2600 Network Blvd., Suite 150 Frisco, Texas 75034 (972) 422-9500

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Nacogdoches, Texas

TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI Corpus Christi, Texas

2016 PRESEASON SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL POLLS COACHES’ POLL No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

School (First-place votes) Pts. Abilene Christian (10).............................142 Central Arkansas (3)...............................135 Stephen F. Austin............................ 117 Lamar.....................................................110 McNeese..................................................86 Northwestern State.................................79 Nicholls....................................................76 Houston Baptist.......................................68 Sam Houston State..................................66 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi........................60 New Orleans............................................34 Southeastern Louisiana...........................28 UIW.........................................................23

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTORS’ POLL No. 1. 2. 3. 4. T5. T5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

School (First-place votes) Pts. Abilene Christian (11).............................143 Central Arkansas (2)...............................133 Stephen F. Austin............................ 119 McNeese..................................................94 Lamar......................................................92 Northwestern State.................................92 Nicholls....................................................75 Houston Baptist.......................................73 Sam Houston State..................................60 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi........................57 New Orleans............................................34 Southeastern Louisiana...........................23 UIW.........................................................19

FINAL 2016 STANDINGS No. School SLC Overall 1. Abilene Christian*.............. 17-1 ....... 26-4 2. Central Arkansas ................ 16-2....... 28-4 3. Northwestern State ........... 13-5...... 19-12 4. Stephen F. Austin........... 12-6 .....18-12 5. McNeese ............................ 11-7 ....... 20-13 6. Houston Baptist .................. 9-9 ........ 14-15 7. Nicholls .............................. 8-10 ....... 10-19 8. Sam Houston State ............ 7-11 ....... 14-18 9. Lamar ................................ 7-11 ....... 12-19 10. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi .. 6-12 ....... 9-20 11. New Orleans....................... 5-13........ 8-19 12. UIW* .................................. 3-15........ 6-23 13. Southeastern Louisiana ..... 3-15 ........ 4-25

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