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2010-11 St. Francis College (NY) Women’s Basketball Game Notes Manhaan College Lady Jaspers (0-0) @ St. Francis (NY) Terriers (0-0) Non-Conference Game No. 1/Home Game No. 1 Friday, November 12th, 2010 Pope Physical Educaon Center Video Streamed: Terrier Sports Network Play-by-Play: Seth Cantor www.SFCathlecs.com Live Stats: www.SFCathlecs.com PROBABLE STARTERS (at the conclusion of 2009-10 season) Pos. PG SG SF PF C

Player # 21 Tiara Dunson # 11 Stefanie Bingham # 12 Kim Snauwaert # 42 Autumn Lau # 31 Kiley Grabbe

MPG 28.1 20.9 24.3 34.6 ---

PPG 5.5 4.7 4.7 12.8 ---

RPG 3.8 3.3 3.2 6.1 ---

APG 3.1 1.2 1.0 0.7 ---

Player Notes Dished out a career high six assists four mes Scored career high 14 points vs.Colgate -12/12/09 Recorded 4 blocks three seperate mes last year Named to 2009-10 NEC All-Rookie Team Averaged 12 points, 9 rebounds for Clearview Reg

MPG --28.6 18.1 --10.3 -----

PPG --6.6 3.2 --2.7 -----

RPG --2.5 2.4 --0.8 -----

APG --2.4 0.4 --0.4 -----

Player Notes Named to New York Daily News All-Bklyn 1st Team Logged 40 minutes four sepearte mes last year Twin sister of Autumn, career high 12 pts vs. LIU Led Romania U-20 team to Championship in 2008 Connected for 92.3% from the FT line (12 of 13) Sat out 2009-10 aer transfering from Hofstra Can play either 4 or 5; averaged 12 points in HS

7.6

0.4

1.4

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Career high 26 minutes vs. Iona (12/28/10)

RESERVES Pos. G G G G G F F C

Player # 2 Jasmin Robinson # 3 Jacinda Williams # 24 Amber Lau # 25 Ozana Marginean # 32 Kayla Williams # 4 Ashley Wilcots #44 Emily Siegart #50 Bara Galandakova

PROBABLE STARTERS (at the conclusion of 2009-10 season) Pos. G G G F F

Player # 20 Toni-Ann Lawrence # 15 Abby Wentworth # 21 Alyssa Herrington # 14 Nadia Peters # 55 Lindsey Loutsenhizer

MPG 13.0 34.6 32.9 31.4 32.9

PPG 2.5 9.4 11.1 7.1 15.3

RPG 2.9 4.6 2.8 5.2 6.5

APG 0.3 1.7 1.0 1.0 1.7

Last Game

MPG ----2.7 2.0 --2.0 --3.1 8.2

PPG ----1.7 0.0 --0.6 --0.4 1.5

RPG ----0.7 0.3 --0.6 --0.4 1.8

APG ----0.5 0.0 --0.4 --0.2 0.2

Last Game

RESERVES Pos. G G G G C F/C G/F C C

Player # 3 Allison Skrec # 11 Jazmine Jarvis # 5 Maggie Blair # 23 Ondya Morgan # 30 Brandone Roberts # 31 Karita Brown # 32 Monica Roeder # 40 Alicia Marculis # 41 Schyanne Halenny

St. Francis (NY) Basketball Staff

Manhaan Basketball Staff

Head Coach: Overall Rec: Northeast Conf: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Head Coach: Overall Rec: MAAC Rec: Assoc HC: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach:

Brenda Milano (Wagner ‘95) 52-149 (.258) (Eight seasons) 36-90 (.285) (Same) John Thurston (Seton Hall ‘70) Dionne Dodson (Muskingum ‘93) Chrisne Stragisher (Muskingum ‘08)

John Olenowski (Saint Leo’78) 85-43 (.664) (Four Seasons) 10-8 (.555) (One Season) Sonia Burke Chrisne Catalanoo Caitlin Flood


THE SKINNY ABOUT ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE St. Francis College was founded in 1859 as St. Francis Academy by a group of newly arrived Franciscan Brothers from Ireland. The Brother’s mission was to educate young men from working-class families in the Brooklyn Diocese. St. Francis Academy provided a sound educaon with a rigorous curriculum and personal support, all for a modest tuion, characteriscs that endure today.

QUICK FACTS Locaon Founded President Enrollment Nickname Colors Affiliaon Conference Home Court (Capacity)

Brooklyn Heights, NY 1859 Brendan J. Dugan ‘68 2,300 Terriers Red & Blue NCAA Division I Northeast Pope PE Center (1,200) Peter Aquilone Court www.sranciscollege.edu www.SFCathlecs.com Dr. Jennifer Lancaster

In 1884, St. Francis College received its Charter from New York State establishing a literary college which could award diplomas, honors, and degrees. In 1926, St. Francis College built a larger campus near its original site in Cobble Hill, where it remained School Website unl the 1960s when the College relocated to its current site on Athlecs Website Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights. The new locaon and opening Faculty Athlec Representave the College’s doors up to women for the first me led to an influx of students from all five boroughs of New York City and beyond, doubling the student populaon. ATHLETICS Director of Athlecs Irma Garcia ‘80 The cornerstone of the St. Francis College experience is Asst. Director of Athlecs Anthony Kurn ‘00 academics. All students complete a core curriculum that offers Senior Woman Administrator Meghan K. O’Brien a foundaon for intellectual and professional growth; once Assistant Dir. of Athlecs Carl Quigley ‘75 completed, they choose from one of 74 majors, many in the Director of Compliance Jim Hoffman liberal arts and others geared to specific professions, included a Director of Sports Info/Markeng David Gansell five year combined Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Accounng. An Assistant Sports Info Director honors program serves students of high achievement and a broad Women’s Basketball Contact Brian D. Morales ‘08 scholarship program supports those who are likely to perform well Director of Sports Medicine Don Hovey, MED, MS, A.T.C academically. Asst. Director of Sports Medicine Tara Temple, A.T.C. Asst. Director of Sports Medicine Armando Rodriguez, A.T.C. An NCAA-Division I instuon, St. Francis College offers students Strength and Condioning Dir. Ryan Benfield the opportunity to play for any of 19 varsity men’s and women’s athlec teams, including its men’s basketball team, whose program is among the oldest in New York City. Teams compete in many well-known New York City venues such as the USTA Naonal IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Tennis Center, home of the U.S. Open, Icahn Stadium on Randall’s Athlecs Department Phone (718) 489-5490 Island and Aviator Sports at Floyd Benne Field. Athlecs Fax (718) 797-2140 Sports Informaon Phone 1 (718) 489-5369 Today, first-generaon college-goers and students of all Sports Informaon Phone 2 (718) 489-5491 backgrounds are among St. Francis College’s diverse populaon. Sports Informaon Email 1 dgansell@sranciscollege.edu Its Catholic-Franciscan heritage, central to life at the College, Sports Informaon Email 2 bmorales@sranciscollege.edu allows faculty and administrators to embrace, support, and Sports Medicine Phone (718) 489-5216 encourage all students as they pursue fulfillment of their dreams. Press Row # (718) 489-5412

COACHING STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION LOCKER ROOM POLICY: St. Francis College and vising locker rooms are closed to the media. For any special interview requests, please contact Brian Morales, Assistant Sports Informaon Director; Women’s Basketball Contact. At least twenty-four hours of advanced noce is appreciated. Interviews will be conducted at a designated area.

Head Coach Overall Record at St. Francis Overall Career Record Overall Record in NEC Assistant Coaches

Women’s Basketball Phone MEDIA SERVICES All media covering the event will receive a game program, notes, complete play-by-play, halime box score and complete final stascs.

Brenda Milano (Wagner ’95) 52-149 (8th Year) Same 37-90 (8th Year) John Thurston (1st Year) Dionne Dodson (3rd Year) Chrisne Stragisher (2nd Yr) (718) 489-5303

TEAM INFORMATION

HOW TO REACH US: SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE: BRIAN D. MORALES Phone: 718.489.5491 Fax: 718.797.2140 Email: bmorales@sranciscollege.edu Cell Phone: 646.342.4414 www.SFCathlecs.com

Final 2009-2010 Record Final 2008-2009 NEC Record Final Northeast Conf. Place Leerwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost First Season First NEC Season All-Time Record All-Time Northeast Conf Record

2-27 1-17 12th 8/3 4/1 1973-74 1986-87 311-687 (.331 winning %) 90-330 (.214 winning %)


THE SKINNY Manhaan College Jaspers (0-0; 0-0 MAAC) TEAM STATISTICS ————————————————————————— SCORING................. Points per game....... Scoring margin........ FIELD GOALS-ATT......... Field goal pct........ 3 POINT FG-ATT.......... 3-point FG pct........ 3-pt FG made per game. FREE THROWS-ATT......... Free throw pct........ F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS................ Rebounds per game..... Rebounding margin..... ASSISTS................. Assists per game...... TURNOVERS............... Turnovers per game.... Turnover margin....... Assist/turnover ratio. STEALS.................. Steals per game....... BLOCKS.................. Blocks per game.......

MANW 1869 62.3 +2.0 637-1584 .402 153-453 .338 5.1 442-630 .702 14.7 987 32.9 -6.0 366 12.2 503 16.8 +3.4 0.7 307 10.2 85 2.8

OPP 1810 60.3 659-1680 .392 182-590 .308 6.1 310-454 .683 10.3 1166 38.9 427 14.2 605 20.2 0.7 236 7.9 120 4.0

ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE TERRIERS (0-0; 0-0 NEC) TEAM STATISTICS ————————————————————————— SCORING................. Points per game....... Scoring margin........ FIELD GOALS-ATT......... Field goal pct........ 3 POINT FG-ATT.......... 3-point FG pct........ 3-pt FG made per game. FREE THROWS-ATT......... Free throw pct........ F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS................ Rebounds per game..... Rebounding margin..... ASSISTS................. Assists per game...... TURNOVERS............... Turnovers per game.... Turnover margin....... Assist/turnover ratio. STEALS.................. Steals per game....... BLOCKS.................. Blocks per game.......

SFNYW 1411 48.7 -19.0 501-1508 .332 173-585 .296 6.0 236-376 .628 8.1 952 32.8 -11.0 288 9.9 586 20.2 -4.1 0.5 200 6.9 91 3.1

OPP 1962 67.7 707-1697 .417 157-463 .339 5.4 391-642 .609 13.5 1272 43.9 482 16.6 467 16.1 1.0 259 8.9 57 2.0

2010-11 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Nov. 12 MANHATTAN Nov. 16 UALBANY Nov. 23 @ Lafayee Nov. 27 @ Army Dec. 2 ROBERT MORRIS * Dec. 5 @ Colgate Dec. 12 IUPUI Dec. 19 @ Fairfield Dec. 22 DELAWARE STATE Dec. 29 UNIV. OF PENNSYLVANIA Dec. 31 STONY BROOK Jan. 2 ST. FRANCIS (PA) * Jan. 8 @ Bryant * Jan. 10 @ Central Conn. State * Jan. 15 MOUNT ST. MARY’S * Jan. 17 WAGNER * Jan. 19 @ Columbia Jan. 22 @ Robert Morris * Jan. 24 @ St. Francis (PA) * Jan. 29 @ Fairleigh Dickinson * Jan. 31 @ Monmouth * Feb. 5 SACRED HEART * Feb. 7 QUINNIPIAC *$ Feb. 12 LONG ISLAND * Feb. 14 Long Island * & $ Feb. 19 Mount St. Mary’s * Feb. 21 Wagner * Feb. 26 BRYANT * Feb. 28 CENTRAL CONN. STATE # *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:30 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM

HOME GAMES IN BOLD/CAPS Game mes subject to change *denotes Northeast Conference contest & 18th Annual Bale of Brooklyn # Senior Night $ Game Broadcasted on NortheastConference.TV St. Francis Overall Record: 311-687 (.331) St. Francis NEC Record: 90-330 (.214)

BREAKING DOWN ‘10-11 OPPONENTS Non-Conference Opponents Overall Conferences America East Ivy League MAAC MEAC Summit STREAKS: First Game of 2010-11 Northeast Conference Opponents Overall STREAKS:

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TERRIER TIDBITS GAMETIME It’s Go Time: The St. Francis College women’s basketball opens up the 2010-11 regular season against a familiar opponent in the Manhaan College Lady Jaspers from the Pope Physical Educaon Center on the campus of St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights, New York at 7:00 pm. These two teams have opened the season the past three years, with Manhaan coming away with the victory each year. Head-to-Head Matchup: Manhaan leads the overall head-tohead series against the Terriers by a 12-1 margin, including last season’s 71-34 route at Draddy Gymnasium. Autumn Lau of the Terriers, playing in her very first game, recorded a double-double scoring 16 points and grabbing and 12 rebounds in 38 minutes of acon. Three Jaspers finished in double figures led by Michelle Pacheco’s game-high of 19 points. New York State of Mind: Head Coach Brenda Milano, who is entering her eighth season at the helm of the Terriers, has scheduled her squad against nine in-state opponents, which include the 18th Annual “Bale of Brooklyn” against Northeast Conference rival, Long Island University (2/12/11 & 2/14/11). Among the slated New York teams are Manhaan (11/12/10); UAlbany (11/16/10); Army (11/27/10); Colgate (12/5/10); Stony Brook (12/31/10); Wagner (1/17/11 & 2/21/11); Columbia (1/19/11). High Five: Coach Brenda Milano and her staff was busy this past summer in looking to bolster new talent to the fold this upcoming season. In the frontcourt, St. Francis welcomes three tall and athlec post players in Ashley Wilcots, Kiley Grabbe and Emily Siegart.

She helped lead Medgar Evers to the 2009-10 PSAL A Division Championship aer scoring 13 points and dishing out four assists in a 54-32 win over Wings Academy (3/20/10). Marginean comes to Brooklyn Heights from Brasov, Romania, where she has played amongst top talent on the European circuit. During the 2007-08 season, she led her team to the U-20 Naonal Championship and the season before, she helped lead BC Galacca Brasov to the ICIM Arad Naonal Vice Championship and a 3rd place finish in the European Championship in the B Division. Her best performance overseas was when she scored 18 points, four rebounds, eight assists and three steals. Follow The Terriers All-Season Long: If you can’t make it a game, log on to www.SFCathlecs.com, the official athlecs website of St. Francis College where Live Stats and Live Video Streaming are available all season long. Seth Cantor will bring you all the acon live from courtside on the Terrier Sports Network. TERRIERS 24/7: Social Media is huge these days. St. Francis College Athlecs has jumped on the Social Media Super Highway. If you have a Facebook account, search ST.FRANCIS COLLEGE ATHLETICS and like the page. There, video content, messages, polls, results, feature stories are provided via Facebook. Have a Twitter Account? Search @SFCTerriers and follow the up-to-minute tweets provided by the St. Francis College Sports Informaon Department.

THE DALY ROUNDUP: New to St. Francis this year is a bi-weekly segment, The Daly Roundup. Terrier Sports Network’s Jaden Daly (voice of the women’s volleyball, men’s soccer, and men’s water Wilcots, a 6-1 forward, sat out the 2009-10 season aer polo) provides his thoughts and insights about all St. Francis College transferring from nearby Hofstra University. The nave of Virginia Athlecs, through his involvement with Terrier Sports Network. Beach, Virginia, will provide an interior presence with her ability to rebound and block shots as well as scoring from the low post.... Grabbe is a 6’2 forward/center from Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, New Jersey, where she averaged 11.9 points TERRIER TEAM RANKINGS IN THE NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (at the conclusion of 2009-10 season) per game as well as pulling down 9.0 rebounds and swa ng four shots a contest as a member of the Pioneers...Siegart stands at 6’1 and hails from Winnacunnet, New Hampshire. She can play the four or five posion and tallied nearly twelve points per contest while pulling down ten rebounds. In the backcourt, Milano added two dynamic guards to help set the tempo for the Terriers’ offense this season, Jasmin Robinson and Ozana Marginean. Robinson, a nave of Brooklyn, New York, played her high school ball at Medgar Evers Prepartory School for head coach Barney Davis. A speed demon of a floor leader and sparkplug, she averaged 15.0 ppg in her four years as a member of the Rams while pulling down 3.3 boards and dishing out 5.5 assists. Her best game for the Rams was during last season’s playoff run as she scored 31 points, dished out five assists and pulled down five rebounds against Evanders Child.

TERRIERINDIVIDUAL RANKINGS IN THE NEC (at the conclusion of 2009-10 season)


LAST FIVE CONTESTS

2010-11 NORTHEAST CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team NEC Record PCT 1.Robert Morris 0-0 .000 2.Long Island 0-0 .000 3.Sacred Heart 0-0 .000 4.Monmouth 0-0 .000 St. Francis (PA) 0-0 .000 Bryant 0-0 .000 7.CCSU 0-0 .000 8.Quinnipiac 0-0 .000 Mount St. Mary’s 0-0 .000 Wagner 0-0 .000 11.Fairleigh Dickinson 0-0 .000 12.St. Francis (NY) 0-0 .000

Overall Record 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

Streak

Home 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Away 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0


2010-11 The Terriers’ Record When

Double-Doubles

At Home: At a Neutral Site: At an Away Venue: In the aernoon: At Night:

20-Point Games 30-Point Games 10+Assists 10+Rebounds

By Conference Against the America East: Against the Colonial Athlec Associaon (CAA): Against the Ivy League: Against the Metro Atlanc Athlec Conference (MAAC): Against the Northeast Conference: Against the Patriot League: Against the Sun Belt:

LAST TIME A TERRIER PLAYER….

By Days and Months

Duo scored 20 or more points

On Monday: On Tuesday: On Wednesday: On Thursday: On Friday: On Saturday: On Sunday: In November: In December: In January: In February: In March:

(20)Kendra Williams & Kara Ayers vs. UAlbany (12/19/08)

Scored 30 or more points (30) Kara Ayers vs. Long Island (2/28/09) Scored 20 or more points (20) Autumn Lau vs. Columbia (1/11/09)

Grabbed 15 or more rebounds (16) Autumn Lau vs.UAlbany (11/23/09) Swaed 2 or more blocks (2) Kim Snauwaert vs. FDU (2/20/10) Dished out 5 or more assists (6) Jacinda Williams vs. Bryant (2/25/10) Nabbed 5 or more steals (5) Kara Ayers vs. Long Island (2/28/09)

By Score Scoring in the 30s: Scoring in the 40s: Scoring in the 50s: Scoring in the 60s: Scoring in the 70s: Scoring in the 80s: Scoring in the 90s: Scoring 100 points or more: Opponents scoring in the 30s: Opponents scoring in the 40s: Opponents scoring in the 50s: Opponents scoring in the 60s: Opponents scoring in the 70s: Opponents scoring in the 80s: Opponents scoring in the 90s: Opponents scoring 100 points or more: 0-0

Recorded a double-double Autumn Lau vs. UPenn (12/31/09); 16 points, 10 rebounds LAST TIME THE TERRIERS…. Scored 100 points Never Scored 90 points (97) vs. Quinnipiac (1/17/04) Opponents scored 100 points N/A Opponents scored 90 points (97) St. Francis (PA) (12/6/08) Hit 10 or more three-pointers

Situaonal

(10) vs. Central Conneccut State (2/27/10)

Leading at the Half: Trailing at the Half: Tied at the Half: Leading by 5 or fewer points at Halime: Leading by 6-10 points at Halime: Leading by 11 or more points at Halime: Trailing by 5 or fewer points at Halime: Trailing by 6-10 points at Halime: Trailing by 11 or more points at Halime: Games decided by 5 or fewer points: Games decided by 6-10 points: Games decided by 11 or more points: Overme Games:

Grabbed 50 or more rebounds (80) vs. Long Island (2/3/90) Dished out 20 or more assists Nabbed 10 or more steals Had 10 or more steals Had 10 or more turnovers Had 5 score in double figures Won by 10 Won by 20 Won by 30 Won in overme


ST. FRANCIS COLLEGE STARTING LINEUP THIS SEASON DATE

OPPONENT

11/12

Manhaan

11/16

UAlbany

11/23

@ Lafayee

11/27

@ Army

12/2

Robert Morris

12/5

@ Colgate

12/12

IUPUI

12/19

@ Fairfield

12/22

Delaware State

12/29

University of Pennsylvania

12/31

Stony Brook

1/2

St. Francis (PA)

1/8

@ Bryant

1/10

@ Central Conn State

1/15

Mount St. Mary’s

1/17

Wagner

1/19

@ Columbia

1/22

@ Robert Morris

1/24

@ St. Francis (PA)

1/29

@ Fairleigh Dickinson

1/31

@ Monmouth

2/5

Sacred Heart

2/7

Quinnipiac

2/12

Long Island

2/14

@ Long Island

2/19

@ Mount St. Mary’s

2/21

@ Wagner

2/26

Bryant

2/28

Central Conn State

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GUARD

FORWARD

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NORTHEAST CONFERENCE

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE

PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARD WINNERS

ROOKIE OF THE WEEK AWARD WINNERS

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HEAD COACH BRENDA MILANO th

8 Season Hometown: Boonton, N.J. Alma Mater: Wagner College, Seton Hall University Career Record: 52-149 (.258) 36-90 (.285) Northeast Conference

In recognion of her accolades at Wagner, Director of Athlecs Walt Hameline announced that Milano (Class of 1995) enters the school’s Hall of Fame in her first year of eligibility. Milano was a four-year stalwart on the women’s basketball teams of the early 1990s. She averaged 12.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg and 4.5 apg for her career and was named to the NEC Second Team as a sophomore and to the All-Newcomer team as a freshman before being beset by injuries. Milano

Brenda Milano enters her eighth season as head coach of scored 1,046 points despite playing just 84 career games the St. Francis College women’s basketball program. In her and graduated as the 12th-highest scorer in school history first season, she led the 2003-2004 Terriers to an eight win (currently 21st). She also ranks among the program leaders season. The next season, the wins steadily increased to ten, in assists (382) (6th) and steals (148) (8th). Milano was also while guiding St. Francis to the 2005 Northeast Conference a two-year captain and Team MVP. Quarterfinals. It was the Terriers first appearance since 1999.

Milano has high expectaons for her team in 2010-2011. This year’s team is looking to forget last season’s record

Milano’s coaching style helped transform a new atmosphere and open with a fresh new outlook and demeanor. With in Brooklyn Heights as the 2006-07 season proved to be a the addion of several excing newcomers along with the year to remember. Milano’s bunch recorded a 13-18 overall record, her most successful season to date. St. Francis would enter the Northeast Conference Tournament as the eight seed, taking on the Long Island University Blackbirds, the tournaments top seed. The Terriers would pull out the upset, as it was the first me that the school has qualified for the semi-finals as well as being the only # 8 seed to upset the # 1 seed in Northeast Conference Tournament history. Despite having three starters on the injured list, the 200708 Terriers were resilient and made it back to Northeast Conference tournament. In 2009-10, Milano was able to achieve personal milestones in her coaching career. The Terriers ended a three-year drought in the Bale of Brooklyn as they defeated Long Island University, giving Milano her 35th Northeast Conference victory. A month later, with a last second free-throw, St. Francis would stun 2008 Northeast Conference Champions, Robert Morris, giving Coach Milano her 50th career victory, the most wins by a St. Francis College women’s head coach. Milano gained her early coaching experience at Northeastern University as a graduate assistant and at Seton Hall University where she earned a master’s degree in sports management. Before coaching, Milano spent me at Integrated Sports Internaonal, sports markeng firm where she put to work her B.S. in markeng from Wagner College (1995). In 1998,

COACH MILANO’S SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORD YEAR REC % NEC Win % 03-04 8-19 .296 7-11 .389 04-05 10-18 .357 7-11 .389 05-06 5-22 .185 4-14 .222 06-07 13-18 .419 7-11 .389 07-08 10-20 .333 7-11 .389 08-09 4-25 .138 3-15 .167 09-10 2-27 .056 1-17 .069 10-11 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 Totals 52-149 .258 36-90 .285


2010-11 St. Francis College (NY) Women’s Basketball Roster Terriers NUMERICAL No. Player 2 Jasmin Robinson 3 Jacinda Williams 4 Ashley Wilcots 11 Stefanie Bingham 12 Kim Snauwaert 21 Tiara Dunson 24 Amber Lau 25 Ozana Marginean 31 Kiley Grabbe 32 Kayla Williams 42 Autumn Lau 44 Emily Siegart 50 Barbora Galandakova ALPHABETICAL No. Player 11 Stefanie Bingham 21 Tiara Dunson 50 Barbora Galandakova 31 Kiley Grabbe 24 Amber Lau 42 Autumn Lau 25 Ozana Marginean 2 Jasmin Robinson 44 Emily Siegart 12 Kim Snauwaert 4 Ashley Wilcots 3 Jacinda Williams 32 Kayla Williams Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Director of Sports Medicine: Assistant Athlec Trainer: Assistant Athlec Trainer: Strength & Condioning: Women’s Basketball SID:

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

Cl. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr.

Ht. 5-6 5-6 6-1 5-8 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-7 6-2 5-6 5-10 6-1 6-7

Hometown/High/School/Previous College Brooklyn, NY/Medgar Evers Preparatory Poughkeepsie, NY/New Hampshire Virginia Beach, VA/Hofstra Willingboro, NJ/Willingboro HS Roeselare, Belgium Tracy, CA/Merced College Mt. Wolf, PA/Northeastern HS Brasov, Romania/ Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview Regional Humble, TX/Iowa Western CC Mt. Wolf, PA/Northeastern HS Hampton, NH/Winnacunnet Prague, Czech Republic/Gymnazium Nad ytolov

Pos. Cl. Ht. Hometown/High School/Previous College G So. 5-8 Willingboro, NJ/Willingboro HS G Sr. 5-9 Tracy, CA/Merced College C Sr. 6-7 Prague, Czech Republic/Gymnazium Nad ytolov F Fr. 6-2 Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview Regional G So. 5-9 Mt. Wolf, PA/Northeastern HS F So. 5-10 Mt. Wolf, PA/Northeastern HS G Fr. 5-7 Brasov, Romania/ G Fr. 5-6 Brooklyn, NY/Medgar Evers Preparatory F Fr. 6-1 Hampton, NH/Winnacunnet F So. 6-1 Roeselare, Belgium F Jr. 6-1 Virginia Beach, VA/Hofstra G Sr. 5-6 Poughkeepsie, NY/New Hampshire G Sr. 5-6 Humble, TX/Iowa Western CC Brenda Milano (Wagner ’95), Eighth Season Dionne Dodson (Muskingum College ’93), Third Season Chrisne Stragisher (Muskingum University ’08), Second Season John Thurston (Seton Hall ’70) First Season Don Hovey, MED; MS, ATC Tara Temple, ATC: Armando Rodriguez, ATC Ryan Benfield Brian D. Morales ‘08

ROSTER BREAKDOWN Players by Class: Seniors: (4) Tiara Dunson, Barbora Galanadakova, Jacinda Williams, Kayla Williams Juniors: (1) Ashley Wilcots Sophomore: (4) Stefanie Bingham, Amber Lau, Autumn Lau, Kim Snauwaert Freshmen: (4) Kiley Grabbe, Jasmin Robinson, Emily Siegart, Ozana Marginean Players by State and Country: New York: (2) Jacinda Williams, Jasmin Robinson New Jersey: (2) Stefanie Bingham, Kiley Grabbe Virginia: (1) Ashley Wilcots California: (1) Tiara Dunson New Hampshire: (1) Emily Siegart

Pennsylvania: (2) Amber and Autumn Lau Texas: (1) Kayla Williams Belgium: (1) Kim Snauwaert Czech Republic: (1) Bara Galandakova Romania: (1) Ozana Marginean

PLAYER PRONUNCIATIONS · Jacinda [Jah-cin-dah ] · Snauwaert [Sh-now-wart] · Ozana [Oh-Zan-na] · Marginean [Mar-Gin-Nee-n] · Grabbe [Grab] · Lau [La-Ow] · Siegart [See-Gar-t] · Barbora [Ba-Boar-a] · Galandakova [Gah-Lan-Da-Kov-A]


St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 11 Stefanie Bingham Year: Sophomore Posion: Guard Height: 5-8 Hometown: Wilingboro, New Jersey Previous School: Wilingboro High School Major: Biology SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ Fairfield vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 14 vs. Colgate (12/12/09) 6 vs. Colgate (12/12/09) 15 @ Long Island (2/7/10) 1 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (2/20/10) 3 @ Central Conneccut (1/4/10) 2 six mes, last @ Quinnipiac (2/11/10) 3 two mes, last @ SFPA (1/28/10) 7 two mes, last @ Long Island (2/7/10) 6 @ Sacred Heart (2/13/10) 6 @ Iona College (12/28/09) 1 four mes, last @ Sacred Heart (2/13/10) 3 two mes, last @ Long Island (2/7/10) 36 @ Mt. St. Mary’s (1/14/10)

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 21 Tiara Dunson Year: Senior Posion: Guard Height: 5-9 Hometown: Tracy, California Previous School: Merced College Major: Professional Studies SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ Fairfield vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 14 vs. Hofstra (11/18/09) 5 two mes, last vs. Columbia (1/11/10) 11 @ Bryant (12/4/09) 1 vs. Bryant (2/25/10) 3 @ Robert Morris (1/30/10) 7 @ Albany (11/23/09) 11 two mes, last @ Long Island (2/7/10) 11 @ Bryant (12/4/09) 6 four mes, last vs. Robert Morris (1/9/10) 10 two mes, last @ Sacred Heart (2/13/10) 1 five mes, last @ Robert Morris (1/30/10) 4 @ Bryant (12/4/09) 40 two mes, last @ Sacred Heart (2/13/10)

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 50 Barbora “Bara” Galandakova Year: Senior Posion: Center Height: 6-7 Hometown: Prague, Czech Republic Previous School: Gymnaszium Nad Stolov Major: Communicaon Arts SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ Fairfield vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 2 eleven mes, last vs. Robert Morris (1/30/10) 1 eleven mes, last vs. Robert Morris (1/30/10) 5 vs. Pennsylvania (12/31/09) --1 vs. Bryant (12/4/09) 1 three mes, last vs. Wagner (1/23/10) 6 vs. Iona (12/28/09) 5 three mes, last vs. Long Island (2/4/10) --10 two mes, last @ Sacred Heart (2/13/10) 1 five mes, last @ Robert Morris (1/30/10) 4 @ Bryant (12/4/09) 40 two mes, last @ Sacred Heart (2/13/10)

F

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 31 Kiley Grabbe Year: Freshman Posion: Center Height: 6-2 Hometown: Mullica Hill, New Jersey Previous School: Clearview Regional Major: Undeclared SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 24 Amber Lau Year: Sophomore Posion: Guard Height: 5-9 Hometown: Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania Previous School: Northeastern Major: Psychology SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 12 vs. Long Island (2/7/10) 4 (two occasions); last vs.Long Island (2/7/10) 7 (four occasions); last at. Quinnipiac (2/11/10) 2 (two occasions); last vs. Long Island (2/4/10) 6 (two occasions); last at. Quinnipiac (2/11/10) 3 (three occasions); last vs. Bryant (2/25/10) 4 (three occasions); last vs. Bryant (2/25/10) 7 at Robert Morris (1/30/10) 2 (three occasions); last vs. Bryant (2/25/10) 4 (three occasions);last vs. R MU (1/9/10) 1 (six occasions); last vs. Monmouth (2/18/10) 2 (six occasions); last at Quinnipiac (2/11/10) 32 at Albany (11/23/09)

F

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TO

B

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 42 Autumn Lau Year: Sophomore Posion: Forward Height: 5-10 Hometown: Mt. Wolf, Pennsylvania Previous School: Northeastern Major: Communicaon Arts SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ Fairfield vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 29 vs. St. Francis (PA) (1/7/10) 10 vs. St. Francis (PA) (1/7/10) 19 vs. Columbia (1/11/10) 7 vs. St. Francis (PA) (1/7/10) 13 vs. Wagner (1/23/10) 11 vs, Robert Morris (1/9/10) 13 vs. Robert Morris (1/9/10) 16 at UAlbany (11/23/09) 3 at Wagner (1/16/10) 7 vs. Troy (12/22/09) 2 (five occasions); last at LIU (2/7/10) 2 (four occasions); last at Quinnipiac (2/11/10) 40 (six occasions); last vs. FDU (2/20/10)

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A

TO

B

S

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 25 Ozana Marginean Year: Freshman Posion: Guard Height: 5-7 Hometown: Brasov, Romania Previous School: Major: Management SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 2 Jasmin Robinson Year: Freshman Posion: Guard Height: 5-4 Hometown: Brooklyn, NY Previous School: Medgar Evers Preparatory Major: Economics SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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A

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 44 Emily Siegart Year: Freshman Posion: Forward Height: 6-1 Hometown: Hampton, NH Previous School: Winnacunnet Major: Management SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS

F

A

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B

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 12 Kim Snauwaert Year: Sophomore Posion: Forward Height: 6-1 Hometown: Hooglede, Belgium Previous School: Klein Seminarie Major: Management SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

CATEGORY Points Field Goals Field Goals Aempted 3PT Field Goals 3PT Field Goals Aempted Free Throws Free Throws Aempted Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Minutes

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CAREER HIGHS 16 at Sacred Heart (2/13/10) 7 at Sacred Heart (2/13/10) 10 vs. Central Conn State (2/27/10) 3 at Wagner (1/16/10) 6 vs. Monmouth (2/18/10) 3 (two occasions); last vs. SFPA (1/7/10) 5 vs UPENN (12/31/09) 9 at Wagner (1/16/10) 3 at Quinnipiac (2/11/10) 6 at Wagner (1/16/10) 4 (three occasions); last vs.MtSt.Mary(1/21/10) 4 at Central Conn St. (1/4/10) 39 vs. FDU (2/20/10)

F

A

TO

B

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 4 Ashley Wilcots Year: Junior Posion: Forward Height: 6-1 Hometown: Virginia Beach, Virginia Previous School: University of Hofstra/Landstown High School Major: Management SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 8 vs. Virginia Commonwealth (1/22/09) 3 on four occasions; last vs. Drexel (1/29/09) 6 on two occasions; last vs. JMU (2/1.09) N/A 1 vs. Towson (2/8/09) 2 on six occassion; last vs. WMU (3/12/09) 5 vs. Georgia State (1/20/08) 7 on three occasions; lastvs. Manha(11/25/08) 1 on seven occasions; last vs. WMU (3/12/09) N/A 5 vs. Florida State (12/30/07) 2 on two occasions; last vs. JMU (2/21/08) 34 vs. Virginia Comm. (1/22/09)

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A

TO

B

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 3 Jacinda Williams Year: Senior Posion: Guard Height: 5-6 Hometown: Poughkeepsie, NY Previous School: New Hampshire/Our Lady of Lourdes Major: Psychology SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ FairďŹ eld vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

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CAREER HIGHS 19 vs. Colgate (12/12/09) 7 vs. Colgate (12/12/09) 17 vs. Central Conneccut State (2/27/10) 4 vs. Robert Morris (1/9/10) 9 vs. Robert Morris (1/9/10) 2 on six occassion; last vs. WMU (3/12/09) 8 vs. Bryant (2/25/10) 10 vs. Bryant (2/25/10) 7 on two occasions; last vs. Wagner (1/23/10) 10 @ Manhaan (11/13/09) 1 (on two occasions) last vs. Stony Brook(2/6/08) 4 vs. Wagner (1/23/10) 40 (four occasions); last @ Mt.St.Mary (1/14/10)

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St. Francis (NY) PLAYERFILES # 32 Kayla Williams Year: Senior Posion: Guard Height: 5-6 Hometown: Humble, Texas Previous School: Humble Major: Mathemacs SEASON HIGHS

Opponent GS vs. Manhaan vs. UAlbany @ Lafayee @ Army @ RMU @ Colgate vs. IUPUI @ Fairfield vs. Delaware St vs. UPENN vs. Stony Brook vs. St. Francis PA @ Bryant @ CCSU vs. MSM vs. Wagner @ Columbia @ RMU @ SFPA @FDU @Monmouth vs. Sacred Heart vs. Quinnipiac vs. LIU @ LIU @ MSM @ Wagner vs. Bryant vs. CCSU

CATEGORY Points Field Goals Field Goals Aempted 3PT Field Goals 3PT Field Goals Aempted Free Throws Free Throws Aempted Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals Minutes

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CAREER HIGHS 11 vs. Army (11/30/09) 3 on two occasions; last @ Iona (12/28/09) 5 on five occasions; last @ Quinn (2/11/10) 3 vs. Army (11/30/09) 4 on five occasions; last @ Quinn (2/11/10) 4 vs. Columbia (1/11/10) 4 vs. Columbia (1/11/10) 3 on two occasions; last vs. FDU (2/20/10) 2 vs. Troy (12/22/09) 4 vs. Hofstra (11/18/09) 1 on two occasions; last @ SFPA (1/28/10) 2 vs. Wagner (1/23/10) 29 @ Bryant (12/4/09)

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2010-11 Regular Season High & Lows St. Francis (NY) HIGH

CATEGORY

LOW

Field Goals Made Field Goals Aempted Field Goal Percentage Three-Pointers Made Three-Pointers Aempted Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists Steals Turnovers Blocked Shots First Half Points Second Half Points Overme Points Points

Opponents HIGH

CATEGORY

LOW

Field Goals Made Field Goals Aempted Field Goal Percentage Three-Pointers Made Three-Pointers Aempted Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Total Rebounds Assists TERRIER LEADERBOARD Player Jasmin Robinson Jacinda Williams Ashley Wilcots Stefanie Bingham Kim Snauwaert Tiara Dunson Amber Lau Autumn Lau Ozana Marginean Kiley Grabbe

G-GS

10-19 pts

20+pts

5-9 Reb.

10+ Reb.


2010-11 Box Scores ## 32 33 35 10 15 12 14 22 23 44 TM

Player DUGAN, Kerrianne CROCKETT, Leanne UDENZE, Jusna DOWDY, Alexzandria WADE, P.J. CHANDLER, Rachel BAILEY, Brooke ROSE, Emily DAAMEN, Kirsten DILLON, Jameilia TEAM Totals..............

p f f f g g -

Team summary: 1st Half: 2nd Half:

## 12 42 03 20 21 02 11 24 32 50 TM

Player SNAUWAERT, Kim LAU, Autumn WILLIAMS, Jacinda WEITHMAN, Melissa DUNSON, Tiara GANTT,Shannon BINGHAM, Stefanie LAU, Amber WILLIAMS, Kayla GALANDAKOVA, Bara TEAM Totals.............. Team summary: 1st Half: 2nd Half:

Score by Periods Central Conneccut St. Francis NY

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Total fgm-fga 4-13 5-11 5-7 4-10 3-8 0-0 0-1 0-3 1-1 0-0 22-54 40.7%

3-point fgm-fga 1-1 0-4 0-0 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-13 23.1%

Central Conneccut 64 Rebounds m-a off-def tot pf tp 7-12 2-3 5 0 16 0-2 5-9 14 1 10 8-10 4-3 7 2 18 0-0 1-3 4 4 10 2-2 0-6 6 1 8 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 1-0 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-3 6 - 17-26 16-27 43 9 64 65.4%

FG 9-29 31.0% 13-25 52.0%

3FG 3-12 25.0% 0-1 0.0%

FT 4-4 100 % 13-22 59.1%

Total fgm-fga 4-10 5-10 6-11 3-10 1-4 2-6 0-1 0-3 2-3 0-0 23-58 39.7%

3-point fgm-fga 1-3 4-9 2-5 2-7 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 10-29 34.5%

St. Francis NY 59 Rebounds m-a off-def tot pf 0-0 1-2 3 5 0-0 0-1 1 4 1-2 2-3 5 3 2-3 0-4 4 3 0-0 2-0 2 1 0-0 0-4 4 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-3 3 3 0-0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 5-3 8 3-5 10-20 30 22 60.0%

FG 12-27 44.4% 11-31 35.5%

3FG 3-11 27.3% 7-18 38.9%

FT 1-1 100 % 2-4 50.0%

1st 2nd Total 25 39 64 28 31 59

tp 9 14 15 10 2 4 0 0 5 0 59

a 3 3 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 14

to 2 2 4 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 16

a 1 1 4 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 11

blk 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 5

to 0 2 1 0 4 4 1 2 1 0 15

stl 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

min 40 40 32 25 38 0+ 10 8 7 0+ 200

stl 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 5

min 34 26 37 37 12 20 2 24 6 2 200

Record: (11-17; 8-10 NEC) Record: (2-27; 1-17 NEC)

Officials: Daniel Marn, Frank Mohr, Leslie Porschen Technical fouls: Central Conneccut-None. St. Francis NY-None. Aendance: 105 Brooklyn Heigths, New York---Junior guard Jacinda Williams led St. Francis with 15 points but the Central Conneccut State Blue Devils escaped Brooklyn Heights with a 64-59 victory. The Terriers finish the regular season with an overall record of 2-27 and 1-17 in the Northeast Conference while the Blue Devils clinch the sixth seed in the upcoming Northeast Conference Tournament with a league mark of 8-10 and 11-17 overall. The Blue Devils jumped out to a fast start as they scored the contests first nine points en route to a 12-2 margin at the 16 minute mark. Alexzandria Dowdy connected on a pair of three-pointers while PJ Wade was able to score in transion on consecuve fast break opportunies to help give CCSU a double-digit lead. Freshman Autumn Lau chipped in 14 points on 5-of-10 shoong from the field and senior Melissa Weithman, playing in her final game for the Terriers, scored a career-high ten points while pulling down four rebounds in 37 minutes of acon. Udenze led the Blue Devils with 18 points, while three others finished in double figures. Kerrianne Dugan tallied 16 points, five rebounds and three assists while Leanne Crocke recorded a double-double with 10 points and 14 rebounds. Dowdy chipped in with 10 points, four rebounds and four


SFNY Women’s Basketball 2009-10 St. Francis NY Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 27, 2010) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES........... (2-27) (1-14) (1-13) (0-0) CONFERENCE.......... (1-17) (0-9) (1-8) (0-0) NON-CONFERENCE...... (1-10) (1-5) (0-5) (0-0) DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11/13/09 at Manhattan L 34-71 328 11/18/09 HOFSTRA L 63-88 287 11/23/09 at ALBANY L 49-70 352 11/25/09 FAIRFIELD L 46-62 126 11/30/09 ARMY L 56-68 123 *12/4/09 at Bryant L 41-55 292 12/06/09 at Stony Brook L 40-71 393 12/12/09 COLGATE W 59-54 413 12/22/09 TROY L 41-54 110 12/28/09 at Iona College L 51-85 12/31/09 at Penn L 48-52 453 *01/04/10 at Central Connecticut L 51-69 442 *1/7/10 SAINT FRANCIS (PA) L 43-64 103 *1/9/10 ROBERT MORRIS L 60-87 212 1/11/10 COLUMBIA L 56-68 123 *01/14/10 at Mount St. Mary’s L 47-60 289 *01/16/10 at WAGNER L 49-65 521 *1/21/10 MOUNT ST. MARY’S L 33-61 111 *1/23/10 WAGNER L 64-78 347 *01/28/10 at Saint Francis L 38-73 319 *01/30/10 at Robert Morris L 36-72 372 *2/4/10 LONG ISLAND L 39-66 244 *02/07/10 at Long Island L 57-67 647 *02/11/10 at Quinnipiac L 55-72 302 *02/13/10 at Sacred Heart W 64-63 777 *2/18/10 MONMOUTH L 30-65 132 *2/20/10 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON L 44-65 567 *2/25/10 BRYANT L 58-73 103 *2/27/10 CENTRAL CONNECTICUT L 59-64 105 * = Conference game ## SUMMARY GP-GS Min FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK PTS/G ------------------------------------------------------------------------------42 LAU, Autumn......... 29-29 34.6 .357 .359 .697 6.1 0.7 18 18 12.8 23 WILLIAMS, Kendra.... 8-8 32.8 .457 .000 .652 7.9 0.5 8 4 9.9 03 WILLIAMS, Jacinda... 27-15 28.6 .247 .245 .608 2.5 2.4 25 0 6.6 21 DUNSON, Tiara....... 29-29 28.1 .311 .320 .588 3.8 3.1 29 5 5.5 02 GANTT,Shannon....... 29-14 15.9 .356 .222 .577 1.6 0.8 27 2 4.9 11 BINGHAM, Stefanie... 29-19 20.9 .376 .231 .655 3.3 1.2 26 4 4.7 12 SNAUWAERT, Kim...... 29-21 24.3 .400 .321 .452 3.2 1.0 32 35 4.7 24 LAU, Amber.......... 29-9 18.1 .296 .213 .810 2.4 0.4 18 6 3.2 32 WILLIAMS, Kayla..... 26-0 10.3 .328 .375 .923 0.8 0.4 9 2 2.7 20 WEITHMAN, Melissa... 21-1 8.3 .204 .147 .800 1.2 0.1 7 0 1.6 50 GALANDAKOVA, Bara... 28-0 7.6 .217 .000 .222 1.4 0.0 1 15 0.4 TM TEAM................ 29-0 0.0 .000 .000 .000 5.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Total............... 29 .332 .296 .628 32.8 9.9 200 91 48.7 Opponents........... 29 .417 .339 .609 43.9 16.6 259 57 67.7 SCORING GP FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G -------------------------------------------------------------------------------LAU, Autumn......... 29 124-347 .357 78-217 .359 46-66 .697 372 12.8 WILLIAMS, Kendra.... 8 32-70 .457 0-0 .000 15-23 .652 79 9.9 WILLIAMS, Jacinda... 27 60-243 .247 27-110 .245 31-51 .608 178 6.6 DUNSON, Tiara....... 29 47-151 .311 8-25 .320 57-97 .588 159 5.5 GANTT,Shannon....... 29 62-174 .356 4-18 .222 15-26 .577 143 4.9 BINGHAM, Stefanie... 29 56-149 .376 6-26 .231 19-29 .655 137 4.7 SNAUWAERT, Kim...... 29 52-130 .400 17-53 .321 14-31 .452 135 4.7 LAU, Amber.......... 29 32-108 .296 13-61 .213 17-21 .810 94 3.2 WILLIAMS, Kayla..... 26 21-64 .328 15-40 .375 12-13 .923 69 2.7 WEITHMAN, Melissa... 21 10-49 .204 5-34 .147 8-10 .800 33 1.6 GALANDAKOVA, Bara... 28 5-23 .217 0-1 .000 2-9 .222 12 0.4 Total............... 29 Opponents........... 29

501-1508 .332 707-1697 .417

173-585 157-463

.296 .339

236-376 391-642

.628 .609

1411 48.7 1962 67.7

2010-11 Women's Basketball Game Notes  

Game # 1/Non-Conference Game # 1 Manhattan College Lady Jaspers vs. St. Francis College Terriers

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