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Mesa Community College Women's Basketball 2013-14 Table of Contents

Home of Champions............................. 19

2013-14 Schedule

Coaching Staff

Day Date Opponent Fri Nov 8 Odessa (Texas) Sat Nov 9 Snow (Utah) Wed Nov 13 at Tohono O'odham* Sat Nov 16 Cochise* Wed Nov 20 at Phoenix* Sat Nov 23 Glendale* Wed Dec 4 at Central Arizona* Sat Dec 7 Pima* Sat Dec. 14 at South Mountain* Sun Dec 29 vs. South Plains (Texas) Wed Jan 1 Howard (Texas) Fri Jan 3 Hutchinson (Kan) Sat Jan 4 at Scottsdale* Wed Jan 8 Arizona Western* Sat Jan 11 at Chandler-Gilbert* Wed Jan 15 Eastern Arizona* Sat Jan 18 Tohono O'odham* Wed Jan 22 at Cochise* Sat Jan 25 Phoenix* Wed Jan 29 at Glendale* Sat Feb 1 South Mountain* Wed Feb 5 Central Arizona* Sat Feb 8 at Pima* Wed Feb 12 Scottsdale Sat Feb 15 at Arizona Western* Tue Feb 18 Chandler-Gilbert* Fri Feb 21 at Eastern Arizona* Tue March 4 DII Regional Tourn.semi-finals Thu March 6 DII Region Tourn. finals Tue-Sat March 18-22 DII NJCAA Nationals *ACCAC game Home games bold

Head Coach Kori Stephenson................ 3 Assistant Coach Sam Stevens............... 4 Assistant Coach Ben Nlson.................... 4

2013-14 Season

Meet the T-Birds..................................... 6 Radio/TV Roster................................... 18 Roster - Alphabetical.............................. 5 Roster - Numerical................................. 5 Schedule.......................................... 2,BC Squad Breakdown.................................. 5

2012-13 Season

Game Results....................................... 13 Individual Statistics............................... 13

ACCAC

ACCAC Standings 2011-12.................. 14 All-Conference Team 2011-12.............. 14

Record Book

All-Americans....................................... 16 All-South............................................... 16 All-Conference...................................... 16 Record Book......................................... 17 Yearly Records..................................... 15 MCC Quick Facts/Directory Location..............................................................Mesa, AZ. Area Population...........................................4.7 million est. Founded.....................................................................1963 Enrollment...............................................................27,000 Nickname......................................................Thunderbirds Colors.............................................................Red & White Conference.................... Arizona Community College A.C. President.................................................. Dr. Shaoun Pan Director of Athletics...................................... John Mulhern Athletic Department Phone......................... 480-461-7542 Athletic Department Staff All phone numbers area code 480 Football........................................... Ryan Felker 461-7582 Men’s Soccer.............................. Tim Barmettler 461-7494 Women’s Soccer........................ Drew Guarneri 461-7232 Volleyball................................. Brent Martindale 461-7521 Cross Country................. Eamonn Condon 480-204-1276 Men’s Basketball............................ Sam Ballard 461-7540 Women’s Basketball................ Kori Stephenson 461-7544 Track............................................. Steve Jacobs 461-7563 Baseball............................................ Tony Cirelli 461-7562 Softball..............................................Wayne Hill 461-7322 Men’s Tennis..................................Adam Cohen 461-7566 Women’s Tennis ...........................Adam Cohen 461-7566 Men's Golf.................................. John Guerrero 461-7070 Women's Golf............................. John Guerrero 461-7070 Head Athletic Trainer .................Kara Cummins 461-7557 Administrative Assistant ....................................Nikki Blackwell 461-7542 Athletic Dept. Fax................................................461-7809 Internet web site.....................www.athletics.messacc.edu Facebook.................... Mesa Community College Athletics Twitter................................................@Mesa CC Athletics

T-Birds Live on the Internet For the first time Mesa women's basketball is being carried live on the Internet through NJCAA-TV. Games can be accessed by going to www.ihigh.com/mesacc and choosing the event in which you are interested. Games are also archived for future viewing.

Sports Information Staff Director..........................................Wayne Block 461-7543 Assistants: Aaron Webster, Ernest Hester, Mark Webster. Cover photos by Aaron Webster.

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Location Time Heap Gym 5:30 Heap Gym 2:00 Sells, AZ 5:30 Heap Gym 2:00 Phoenix, AZ 5:30 Heap Gym 2:00 Coolidge, AZ 5:30 Heap Gym 2:00 Phoenix, AZ 2:00 Scottsdale, AZ TBA Heap Gym 1:00 Heap Gym 5:00 Scottsdale, AZ 6:00 Heap Gym 5:30 Chandler, AZ 2:00 Heap Gym 5:30 Heap Gym 5:30 Douglas, AZ 5:30 Heap Gym 2:00 Glendale, AZ 5:30 Heap Gym 2:00 Heap Gym 5:30 Tucson, AZ 2:00 Heap Gym 5:30 Yuma, AZ 5:30 Heap Gym 5:30 Thatcher, AZ 5:30 TBA TBA TBA TBA Overland, Kan. TBA

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Head Coach Kori Stephenson For seven seasons Kori Stephenson has directed the Mesa women's basketball team to almost nothing but success. However, the 2012-13 year will go down as something extra special. With a very young squad Stephenson and her staff molded a group that by year's end found itself playing for the NJCAA Division II national championship. Four of that team's top six scorers were freshmen but the pressure of a national tournament didn't faze them as they breezed into the national title game. All four of those players return as now seasoned veterans giving the T-Birds lots of hope in 2013-14. Stephenson is the face of MCC Women’s basketball, having begun with the program as an assistant in 1999. She is entering her eighth season in 2013-14 having cemented her reputation as one of the top coaches in the Southwest. In her seven years as head coach she has compiled a remarkable record. Her career mark is 151-76, a .665 winning percentage, but over the past five years the record has been 121-43, a .738 mark. Her teams have won at least 20 games for five straight seasons and she has three Region I championships and three runner-up finishes. Originally from Forsyth, Montana, she graduated from South Dakota School of Mines & Technology in Rapid City, SD in 1998, earning a BA in Interdisciplinary Sciences. As a member of the Hardrocker’s women’s basketball team, she played for longtime head coach Barb Felderman, earning 1st-team NAIA All-American honors, three NAIA national tournament appearances and holding the all-time scoring record from 1997-2000 with 1,934 points. This summer she was inducted into the school's athletic Hall of Fame. She had been the top assistant at Mesa since 1999, taking over as head coach in the 2006-07 season. During that time the Thunderbirds finished seventh in the nation in 2001-02, and fifth in both 2004-05 and 2011-12 and second a year ago. During her tenure at Mesa, more than 30 players have gone to play at NCAA Division I, II and NAIA schools throughout the country. She lives in Mesa with her husband Brian and their sons, Brady and Trey.

Stephenson's Record

Year Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Post-season 2006-07 17-14 .548 13-9 .591 Region I Runner-up 2007-08 13-19 .406 10-12 .455 Region I Champion 2008-09 26-5 .839 18-4 ,818 2009-10 21-11 .656 15-7 .682 Region I Runner-up 2010-11 20-12 .625 14-8 .636 Region I Runner-up 2011-12 27-8 .771 15-5 .750 Region I Champion, NJCAA 5th place 2012-13 27-7 .794 15-5 .750 Region I Champion, NJCAA 2nd place Totals 151-76 .665 100-50 .667

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Assistant Coaches SAM STEVENS Sam Stevens attended MCC from 1999-2002 and assisted the Lady T-Birds from 20012004, first as a practice player and later as an assistant alongside Kori Stephenson and under coaches Pam Olerich and Robin Schamber. He worked with the team that went to nationals in the 2001-2002 season which placed 7th overall. He also helped recruit many of the players that placed 5th at the 2004-2005 and 2011-12 NJCAA tournaments and second last year.. Stevens graduated cum laude from Arizona State University with a BA in Anthropology in 2004. He then returned to New Mexico and taught middle school PE and served as an assistant boys basketball coach at Navajo Pine High School. While there, he helped the Warriors reach the regional finals in 2004-05 and the semi-finals in the 2005-06 New Mexico state basketball tournament finishing with a 49-9 overall record. In 2007 he graduated with a master’s degree in Education at the University of California-Berkeley titled Athletics and Academic Achievement, which studied sports in secondary and post-secondary institutions and their impact on the development and maintenance of academic skills and critical issues within athletics. He was an academic advisor at Arizona St. from 2007-13 and is currently academic advisor in the MCC American Indian Center. He taught fundamental skills camps and coached for the Utah Flight Basketball Academy in Lehi, UT but returned to help with the Lady T-Birds upon accepting his current position as an academic advisor at ASU in Dec. 2007. He hopes to continue helping Stevenson improve the status and quality of the MCC women’s basketball program by promoting academic and athletic success..

BEN NELSON

Nelson is originally from Frederic, Wisconsin and has been coaching basketball for nine years. As an athlete at Frederic H.S. he played basketball, baseball, golf and football and was allconference in all but football. He then earned his undergraduate degree in 2003 at the University of Wisconsin - Superior, where he earned a B.S. in Physical Education. After graduation he became boys basketball and baseball coach at Frederic high until 2008 and was an Educational Coordinator for a behavioral health day treatment facility. Moving to the Phoenix area to begin graduate school in August of 2008, he earned a Master's Degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Argosy University-Phoenix as well as another masters in Mental Health Counseling. Nelson currently is an Adjunct Psychology Professor at Mesa teaching Intro Into Sport Psychology and Intro to Psychology. He is also an HCTC Therapeutic Foster Parent. He is now in his fifth season with the T-Birds focusing on leadership and development, goal setting and mental skills training/enhancement.

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2013-14 Roster Numerical No. 10 11 12 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 33 44

Name Lacey Viselli Leslie Tademy Aika Miyazato Haley Thomson Didi Moloi Mariah Willadsen Erica Vasquez Darla Woody Peace Amukamara Megan Gillespie Madi Austin Kylie Herd Yasmine Woodard Destinee Wright* *Red shirt

Class Fr. So. Fr. So Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr.

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

Ht. 5-8 5-4 5-3 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-7 6-1

Hometown Surprise, AZ Phoenix, AZ. Okinawa, Japan Gold Coast, Queens. Aust. Gilbert, AZ Mesa, AZ Mesa, AZ Kirtland, N.M. Goodyear, AZ. Phoenix, AZ Saginaw, Mich. Phoenix, AZ Mesa, AZ Glendale, AZ

High School Valley Vista South Mountain Chubu Shogyo All-Saints Campo Verde Red Mountain (AZ) Red Mountain Kirtland Central Millenium Arcadia Horizon (AZ) Arcadia Westwood La Joya

Major Sports Management Social Work Physical Education Elem. Education Nursing Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene Sociology Nursing Business Forensic Psychology Criminal Justice Pre-Dietetics

Head Coach: Kori Stephenson (8th year) Assistant Coaches: Sam Stevens, Ben Nelson

Alphabetical No. 24 30 25 32 12 20 11 14 22 10 21 23 33 44

Name Peace Amukamara Madi Austin Megan Gillespie Kylie Herd Aika Miyazato Didi Moloi Leslie Tademy Haley Thomson Erica Vasquez Lacey Viselli Mariah Willadsen Darla Woody Yasmine Woodard Destinee Wright* *Red shirt

Class So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So Fr. Fr. So. So. So. RS.

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

Ht. 5-7 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-3 5-10 5-4 5-7 5-6 5-8 5-8 5-6 5-7 6-1

Hometown Goodyear, AZ. Saginaw, Mich. Phoenix, AZ Phoenix, AZ Okinawa, Japan Gilbert, AZ Phoenix, AZ. Gold Coast, Queens. Aust. Mesa, AZ Surprise, AZ Mesa, AZ Kirtland, N.M. Mesa, AZ Glendale, AZ

High School Millenium Horizon (AZ) Arcadia Arcadia Chubu Shogyo Campo Verde South Mountain All-Saints Red Mountain Valley Vista Red Mountain (AZ) Kirtland Central Westwood La Joya

Major Sociology Business Nursing Forensic Psychology Physical Education Nursing Social Work Elem. Education Dental Hygiene Sports Management Dental Hygiene Dental Hygiene Criminal Justice Pre-Dietetics

Head Coach: Kori Stephenson (8th year) Assistant Coaches: Sam Stevens, Ben Nelson Lettermen Returning: 7 Lettermen Lost: 7 Starters Returning: 4 Starters Lost: 1 Sophomores: 7 Freshman: 7

Squad Breakdown

Tallest Player: Destinee Wright (6-1) Shortest Player: Aika Miyazato (5-3) Youngest Player: Didi Moloi (11/7/95) Oldest Player: Aika Miyazato (12/14/92)

Breakdown by Class

Sophomores (7) Peace Amukamara, Madi Austin, Leslie Tademy, Haleny Thomson, Mariah Willadsen, Darla Woody. Yasmine Woodard. Freshmen (7) Megan Gillespie, Kylie Herd, Aika Miyazato. Didi Moloi, Erica Vasquez, Lacey Viselli, Destinee Wright. 5

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Pronunciation Guide Peace Amukamara a MOOK-a-mar-a Aika Miyazato i-EEK-uh me-u-ZAT-o Didi Moloi muh-LOY Leslie Tademy TAD-uh-me Lacey Viselli vis-L-ee Mariah Willadsen WILL-add-son


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Meet the T-Birds

Peace Amukamara

#24

Sophomore • 5-7 • Guard • Goodyear, AZ • Millennium H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - Named second team all-Region I and third team all-ACCAC as she helped lead Mesa to the NJCAA Division II national championship game. Was named Most Valuable Player in the Region I tournament where she contributed 25 points and 14 assists in Mesa's two wins. Had 18 double-figure scoring games including a season high of 16 in a big win over Arizona Western. Contributed a season-high of nine assists against Cochise and in the regional against Phoenix. She also had seven rebounds in a game four times. AT MILLENNIUM H.S. - Played three years at Apollo and then her final season at Millennium. Won the state champonship at Apollo. PERSONAL - Peace Amukamara was born May 25, 1994 in New Jersey. She is the daughter of Romanus and Christy Amukamara and is a Sociology major. She has four sisters, Passionate, 16; Promise, 20; Precious, 23 and Princess, 27 and a brother Prince, 24. Prince plays in the NFL for the New York Giants, Promise plays basketball at Arizona State , Precious was on the track and field team at Grand Canyon and Passionate plays basketball at Millenium H.S. ## Player 24 Peace Amukamara

Amukamara at Mesa

GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 32 32 101 304 .332 40 143 .280 59 112 .527 30 83 113 3.5 71 142 92 10 59 301 9.4

Madi Austin

#30

Sophomore • 6-0 • Forward • Saginaw, Mich • Horizon (AZ) H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - Led the T-Birds in scoring with a 12.8 average and was a first team all-Region I choice and second team All-ACCAC. Named top the all-tournament team at the NJCAA Division II national champions where Mesa placed second. Scored in double figures in all but eight of MCC's 34 games. Topped 20 points four times with a high of 24 versus Central Arizona. Also scored 23 against Arizona Western and in the national championship game with Louisburg. In the national tournament she hit 12 of 22 threepoint attempts and went 8-13 in the final two contests. Had five double-figure rebound games topped by 14 at Chandler-Gilbert. AT HORIZON H.S. - First team all-region as a junior and Scottsdale Player of the Year in her senior season for coaches Josiah McDaniel and Gerard Carmichael. Became the school's all-time leading scorer and made all 20 of her free throws in a game. Won the Principal's Award as a senior. A member of FCA. PERSONAL - Madi Austin was born Jan. 13, 1994 in Saginaw, Mich. The daughter of Frank and Cindy Austin is a Business major. She has a sister Danielle, 27 and two brothers: Blake, 29 and Taylor, 24. Her father played basketball at Marshall.

## Player 30 Madi Austin

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Austin at Mesa

GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 34 24 139 363 .383 59 160 .369 98 135 .726 53 133 186 5.5 76 26 54 27 28 435 12.8

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Megan Gillespie

#25

Freshman • 5-11 • Guard • Phoenix, AZ • Arcadia H.S. AT ARCADIA H.S. - Named to the Arizona Basketball Coaches All-Star Team as a senior playing for coach Ives Machiz. Averaged 8.3 points and 5.5 rebounds in her senior year. Earned an Ivy Foundation scholarship. PERSONAL - Megan Gillespie was born April 26, 1994 in Phoenix, AZ. She is a Nursing major and the daughter of Keith and Melissa Gillespie. She has a brother Christian, 22.

Kylie Herd

#32

Freshman • 6-0 • Forward • Phoenix, AZ • Arcadia H.S. AT ARCADIA H.S. - First team all-region and all-section as a senior. Twice a member of the Arizona Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Team. As a junior she was first team all-region. Averaged 10.9 points per game as a senior and 11.8 in her junior year as well as 6.5 rebounds in her senior season. Played for coach Ives Machiz. PERSONAL - Kylie Herd was born Aug. 2, 1995 in Phoenix, AZ. She is the daughter of Rebecca and Norm Herd. She is majoring in Forensic Psychology. She has a sister Kendra, 20.

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Aika Miyazato

#12

Freshman • 5-3 • Guard • Okinawa, Japan • Chubu Shogyo H.S. AT CHUBU SHOGYO H.S. - Played for coach Ken Kinjyo. The team won a state championship. PERSONAL - Aika Miyazato was born Dec. 14, 1992 in Japan. She is majoring in Physical Education and is the daughter of Takashi and Hisami Miyazato. She has a brother Koudai, 18.

Didi Moloi

#20

Freshman • 5-10 • Guard/Forward • Gilbert, AZ • Campo Verde H.S. AT CAMPO VERDE H.S. - A member of the Arizona all-star team as a junior when she was first team all-city and honorable mention all-division. First team all-region as a sophomore. Played for coach Brian Hutchins. A Golden Scholar for two years. A member of Link Crew and Paws for a Cause. Volunteered to the London's Run and with clerical work at Burke and Harris Elementary Schools. PERSONAL - Didi Moloi was born Nov. 7, 1995 in Lesotho, South Africa. She is majoring in Nursing and is the daughter of Boithabiso and Theresia Moloi. She has a sister Lebo, 29 and two brothers: Zazu, 19 and Batsi, 15.

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Leslie Tademy

#11

Sophomore • 5-4 • Guard • Phoenix, AZ • South Mountain H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - A spark plug at point guard where she averaged 5.0 assists per game, sharing duties at times with Peace Amukamara. She was named to the alltournament team at the national championship tournament where she contributed 30 assists in Mesa's four games. Included was a season-high of ten in the national semi-final win over St. Clair Co. Despite her size she averaged 4.3 rebounds per game, third highest on the team. Scored a season-best 11 points against Tohono O'odham and had ten versus Cochise. AT SOUTH MOUNTAIN H.S. - Played four years for the Jaguars. Earned first and second team all-region honors. An English honors student. PERSONAL - Leslie Tademy was born Aug. 10, 1994 in Arizona. She is a Psychology major and the daughter of Andrew and Zelean Tademy. She has four brothers: Ronald, Gary, Louis and Willie. Ronald plays basketball at Phoenix College. She volunteered at the ASU snack stand.

## Player 11 Leslie Tademy

Tademy at Mesa

GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 34 34 47 167 .281 7 36 .194 34 51 .667 31 116 147 4.3 49 171 107 1 50 135 4.0

Haley Thomson

#14

Sophomore • 5-7 • Guard • Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia • All-Saints H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - Saw action in seven games for the T-Birds. Scored two points each against Tohono O'odham and Chandler-Gilbert, had rebounds in the Anoka-Ramsey and Tohono O'odham games and assists in both Tohono O'odham contests. AT ALL-SAINTS H.S. - Played four years of basketball. Her team played in the allschools championship two years in a row and played on the netball champs in Singapore and Malaysia. PERSONAL - Haley Thomson was born June 2, 1994 in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. She is majoring in Elementary Eduction and is the daughter of Colin and Deann Thomson. She has a brother Sean, 12. Has worked as a lifeguard and volunteers to serve food to the poor.

## Player 14 Haley Thomson

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Thomson at Mesa

GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 7 -- 3 13 .231 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 0.3 2 2 3 0 2 6 0.9

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Erica Vasquez

#22

Freshman • 5-6 • Guard • Mesa, AZ • Red Mountain H.S. AT RED MOUNTAIN H.S. - Second team all-region in her senior year playing for coach Martin Appel. Averaged 9.5 points and 6.1 assists per game that season. A member of Best Buddies. Volunteered at the LaPaz Homeless Shelter and with the Relay for Life. PERSONAL - Erica Vasquez was born March 2, 1995 in Mesa, AZ. She is majoring in Dental Hygiene and is the daughter of Tommy and Trisha Vasquez. She has four sisters: Danielle, 29; Veronica, 27; Jennifer, 26 and Alysha, 17

Lacey Viselli

#10

Freshman • 5-8 • Guard • Surprise, AZ • Valley Vista H.S. AT VALLEY VISTA H.S. - Played four years for the Monsoon and coach Rachel Matakas. Averaged 18.9 points per game as a senior and 3.7 steals. Had a 13.1 scoring average in her junior year. Named Student of the Month once. Volunteered at a wheelchair basketball tournament. PERSONAL - Lacey Viselli was born Jan. 25, 1995 in Scottsdale, AZ. She is a Sports Management major and the daughter of John and Darla Viselli. She has a sister Aubrie Anderson, 27.

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Mariah Willadsen

#21

Sophomore • 5-8 • Guard • Mesa, AZ • Red Mountain (AZ) H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - Was named first team all-region and third team all-ACCAC after helping lead Mesa to the NJCAA Division II national championship game. Was the T-Birds' second leading scorer with 10.8 points per game and fourth in rebounding at 4.2. Scored in double figures 17 times with a top effort of 26 against Arizona Western. She also dropped in 22 versus Tohono O'odham and 20 in a game with Cochise. Grabbed 11 rebounds and scored ten points in the Region I semi-final victory over Phoenix. Averaged 10.0 points in the national championship tournament. AT RED MOUNTAIN H.S. - Honorable mention all-state and Player of the Year in the city of Mesa. Won the Outstanding Female Athlete Award. and was a Presidential Scholar. PERSONAL - Mariah Willadsen was born June 1, 1994 in New Hampton, Iowa. The daughter of Brad and Janet Willadsen is a Dental Hygiene major. She has two sisters: Maddie, 19 and Amelia, 21. Amelia played softball at Yavapai Community College. Volunteers with Relay for Life, and works at In 'N Out Burger.

## Player 21 Mariah Willadsen

Willadsen at Mesa

GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 34 34 143 339 .422 29 92 .315 53 71 .746 43 99 142 4.2 79 60 47 11 40 367 10.8

Yasmine Woodard

#33

Sophomore • 5-7 • Guard • Mesa, AZ • Westwood H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - Joined the team at mid-season and saw action in five games. Scored two points each against Pima and Scottsdale and had a pair of rebounds in the Pima contest. Contributed an assist against Scottsdale as well as a steal and a blocked shot in the Pima game. AT WESTWOOD H.S. - A four-year player for the Warriors for coaches D.J. Spetz and Rick Rostain. Also participated in track and field for two years and cross country for one. PERSONAL - Yasmine Woodard was born June 10, 1994 in Mesa, AZ. She is a Criminal Justice major and the daughter of Lucille and Robert Woodard. She has two sisters: Tamarr, 18 and Chasity, 20 as well as a brother Robert, 17.

Woodard at Mesa

## Player GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 32 Yasmine Woodard 5 -- 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 0.6 2 1 6 1 1 4 0.8

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Darla Woody

#23

Sophomore • 5-7 • Guard • Kirtland, NM • Kirtland Central H.S. AT MESA (2012-13) - Became a key figure off the bench as the season progressed. Scored 13 points in a win over Glendale as well as ten in another victory over the Gauchos. Added 11 versus Tohono O'odham. Grabbed ten rebounds in the first Glendale contest and had seven in the first round of the NJCAA Division II national tournament against North Platte. AT KIRTLAND CENTRAL H.S. - First team all-state as well as all-district and allacademic. Her team won the state championship in her sophomore and senior years. Also a fine volleyball player. A member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL - Darla Woody was born April 5, 1993 in Shiprock, N.M. She is a Dental Hygiene major and the daughter of Danny and Rhoda Woody. She has a sister DeAndra, 25 and a brother Derek, 27.

## Player 20 Darla Woody

Woody at Mesa

GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 32 -- 44 115 .383 11 30 .367 3 9 .333 23 44 67 2.1 15 28 37 5 23 102 3.2

Destinee Wright

#44

Freshman • 6-1 • Center • Glendale, AZ • LaJoya H.S. AT LaJOYA H.S. - Second team all-conference and Most Improved Player for the Lobos. A National Honor Society member and Honor Roll all four years. Volunteers at a homeless shelter as well as with the Boys and Girls Club. and her church. PERSONAL - Destinee Wright was born Jan. 17, 1995 in Greenville, Miss. She is a PreDietetics major and the daughter of Felecia and Jimmy Causey. She has a sister, Felecia Wilson and two brothers: Jimmy Causey, Jr., and A.J. Parker, II. Her mother played basketball at Alcorn St.

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2012-13 Final Statistics

Overall statistics: 27-7 (15-5 ACCAC)

## Player GP GS FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF A TO Blk Stl Pts. Ave. 30 Madi Austin 34 24 139 363 .383 59 160 .369 98 135 .726 53 133 186 5.5 76 26 54 27 28 435 12.8 21 Mariah Willadsen 34 34 143 339 .422 29 92 .315 53 71 .746 43 99 142 4.2 79 60 47 11 40 367 10.8 24 Peace Amukamara 32 32 101 304 .332 40 143 .280 59 112 .527 30 83 113 3.5 71 142 92 10 59 301 9.4 40 Nicole Tsosie 34 34 110 251 .438 24 63 .381 37 50 .740 62 134 196 5.8 61 23 47 12 41 281 8.3 22 Mariam Ridgwell 34 11 118 232 .509 0 0 .000 21 48 .438 70 73 143 4.2 45 13 38 9 24 257 7.6 11 Leslie Tademy 34 34 47 167 .281 7 36 .194 34 51 .667 31 116 147 4.3 49 171 107 1 50 135 4.0 33 Jessica Hancock 22 -- 28 83 .337 10 43 .233 11 14 .786 11 28 39 1.8 16 9 13 1 11 77 3.5 20 Darla Woody 32 -- 44 115 .383 11 30 .367 3 9 .333 23 44 67 2.1 15 28 37 5 23 102 3.2 42 Khadijah Marks 33 -- 39 86 .453 0 1 .000 17 38 .447 30 36 66 2.0 50 3 24 7 13 95 2.9 23 Nikki Buck 19 -- 16 38 .421 0 1 .000 7 18 .389 11 17 28 1.5 17 3 11 0 4 39 2.1 44 Sierra Aulik 26 1 11 30 .367 0 1 .000 2 5 .400 7 13 20 0.8 7 14 9 0 6 24 0.9 34 Janel Brinkman 21 -- 8 14 .571 0 0 .000 3 4 .750 9 14 23 1.1 8 1 4 4 1 19 0.9 14 Haley Thomson 7 -- 3 13 .231 0 3 .000 0 0 .000 0 2 2 0.3 2 2 3 0 2 6 0.9 32 Yasmine Woodard 5 -- 2 5 .400 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 1 2 3 0.6 2 1 6 1 1 4 0.8 Team 810 2041 .397 180 573 .314 345 555 /622 457 845 1302 38.3 501 496 522 88 303 2145 63.1 Opponents 643 1862 .345 130 526 .247 304 493 .617 463 794 1257 37.0 466 305 591 102 245 1720 50.6 Players in bold returning in 2013-14

2012-13 Results Overall Record 27-7 (15-5 in ACCAC) Home 13-4, Road 9-2, Neutral 5-1 DATE OPPONENT Nov 1 vs. Kishwaukee @ Nov 2 vs. Anoka-Ramsey @ Nov 10 Seward County Nov 17 Eastern Arizona Nov 26 Lake Region State - ND Nov 28 Tohono O'odham Dec 1 at Cochise * Dec 5 Phoenix * Dec 8 at Glendale* Dec 12 South Mountain* Dec 29 Salt Lake Dec 31 South Plains Jan 2 at Chandler-Gilbert* Jan 5 Central Arizona* Jan 9 at Pima* Jan 12 Scottsdale* Jan 16 at Arizona Western* Jan 19 Chandler-Gilbert* Jan 23 at Eastern Arizona* Jan 26 at Tohono O'odham Jan 30 Cochise * Feb 2 at Phoenix* Feb 6 Glendale* Feb 9 at South Mountain* Feb 13 at Central Arizona* Feb 16 Pima * Feb 19 at Scottsdale* Feb 22 Arizona Western* Mar 5 Phoenix $ Mar 7 Pima $ Mar 19 vs. North Platte & Mar 21 vs. Monroe & Mar 22 vs. St. Clair County & Mar 23 vs. Louisburg &

SCORE W, 50-40 W, 71-47 W, 64-55 L, 56-54 W, 67-49 W, 91-20 W, 63-56 W, 68-47 W, 71-53 W, 56-44 W, 38-36 L, 51-50 W, 62-50 L, 62-45 W, 56-53 W, 68-51 L, 66-61 W, 78-61 W, 75-61 W, 103-35 L, 61-44 W, 53-30 W, 62-54 W, 60-57 L, 81-51 W, 86-81 W, 66-35 W, 59-43 W, 72-63 W, 58-45 W, 63-35 W, 53-50 W, 64-54 L, 75-65

* = ACCAC Games @ Arizona Western Tournament $ Region I Playoffs & NJCAA National Tournament

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Mesa Women's Basketball Championships Region I DII Champions 2012-13 2011-12 2007-2008 2001-2002 1998-1999

2004-2005

Region I Champions 1980-1981 1979-1980

ACCAC Champions 1980-1981 1979-1980 1977-1978


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2012-13 Standings Team Central Arizona Cochise Mesa Arizona Western Eastern Arizona Pima South Mountain Phoenix College Chandler-Gilbert Glendale Scottsdale Tohono O'odham

Conf Pct. 20-0 1.000 16-4 .800 15-5 .750 14-6 .700 12-8 .600 11-9 .550 8-12 .400 6-14 .300 4-16 .200 3-17 .150 1-19 .050 0-0 .000

All Pct. 32-2 .941 26-6 .813 27-7 .794 22-9 .710 19-11 .633 17-15 .531 16-15 .516 13-18 .419 10-19 .345 5-22 .185 6-24 .250 1-24 .040

2012-13 All Conference

ACCAC 1st Team Brea Edwards – Soph – CAC Joy Howard – Fr – CAC Samantha Wallace – Fr – AWC Ijeoma Uchendu – Soph – CAC Ajha Edwards – Soph – Pima Yvonte Neal – Fr – COC

ACCAC 2nd Team Johnishia Welles – Soph – COC Antoinette Miller – Soph – PC Amara Wainwright – Soph – EAC Madison Austin – Fr - Mesa Megan Mullings – Fr - SMCC Ashley Mitchell – Soph – COC ACCAC 3rd Team Emilie Muanandibu – Soph – AWC Mariah Willadsen – Fr – Mesa Taneka Rubin – Soph – GCC Shaunice Robinson – Fr – EAC Tianna Brown – Fr - COC Peace Amukamara – Fr - Mesa Monique Abbs – Fr – SMCC Celeste Claw – Fr – CGCC 1st Team All-Region I (Div I) Brea Edwards – Soph – CAC Joy Howard – Fr – CAC Samantha Wallace – Fr – AWC Ijeoma Uchendu – Soph – CAC Yvonte Neal – Fr – COC 2nd Team All-Region I (Div I) Johnishia Welles – Soph – COC Amara Wainwright – Soph – EAC Ashley Mitchell – Soph – COC Emilie Muanandibu – Soph – AWC Shaunice Robinson – Fr – EAC

1st Team All-Region I (Div II) Ajha Edwards – Soph - Pima Antoinette Miller – Soph – PC Madison Austin – Fr - Mesa Megan Mullings – Fr - SMCC Mariah Willadsen – Fr – Mesa 2nd Team All-Region I (Div II) Taneka Rubin – Soph – GCC Peace Amukamara – Fr - Mesa Monique Abbs – Fr – SMCC Celeste Claw – Fr – CGCC Mason Hawk – Soph - SCC

Division I Player of the Year – Brea Edwards - Soph – CAC Division II Player of the Year – Ajha Edwards – Soph – PCC Freshman of the Year – Joy Howard – Fr – CAC Co-Coaches of the Year – Laura Hughes – Cochise ; Gooch Cardenas - CAC

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Mesa Women's Basketball History Year 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006 2004-2005 2003-2004 2002-2003 2001-2002 2000-2001 1999-2000 1998-1999 1997-1998 1996-1997 1995-1996 1994-1995 1993-1994 1992-1993 1991-1992 1990-1991 1989-1990 1988-1989 1987-1988 1986-1987 1985-1986 1984-1985 1983-1984 1982-1983 1981-1982 1980-1981 1979-1980 1978-1979 1977-1978 1976-1977

Overall 27-7 27-8 20-12 21-11 26-5 13-19 17-14 17-14 19-13 15-17 14-15 17-14 4-25 23-5 10-16 11-15 12-16 8-16

Pct. .794 .771 .625 .656 .839 .406 .548 .548 .594 .469 .452 .548 .138 .821 .385 .423 .429 .333

Conf. Pct. Coach 15-15 .750 Kori Stephenson 15-5 .750 Kori Stephenson 14-8 .636 Kori Stephenson 15-7 .682 Kori Stephenson 18-4 .818 Kori Stephenson 10-12 .455 Kori Stephenson 13-9 .591 Kori Stephenson 14-8 .636 Robin Schamber 13-9 .591 Robin Schamber 9-13 .409 Robin Schamber 12-12 .500 Robin Schamber 12-12 .500 Pam Olerich 4-20 .167 20-2 .909 Pam Olerich 8-12 .400 Pam Olerich 8-12 .400 Pam Olerich 7-13 .350 Pam Olerich 7-13 .350 Pam Olerich Pam Olerich Pam Olerich Pam Olerich Pam Olerich

Reg. Sea. Playoffs 1st Place Region I DII Champions - 2nd Place NJCAA 1st Place Region I DII Champions - 5th Place NJCAA 2nd Place Region I DII Runner-Up 2nd Place Region I DII Runner-Up 1st Place 3rd Place Region I DII Champions 1st Place Region I DII Runner-Up 2nd Place 1st Place Region I DII Champions - 5th Place NJCAA 2nd Place Region I DII Runner-Up 2nd Place 6th Place Region I DII Champions 6th Place 1st Place Region I DII Champions 7th Place 8th Place 8th Place 9th Place

1st Place 1st Place

ACCAC Champions ACCAC Champions

1st Place

ACCAC Champions

Celebrating the T-Birds' regional championship

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Mesa Women's Basketball Honors All-American 2011-12 2010-11 2008-09 2005-06 2004-05 2002-03 2001-02 1998-99 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

Ali Gloyd (1st team) Ali Gloyd (2nd team) Brooke Jackson (1st team) Jamie Nesbit (3rd team) Brandi Steinke (1st team) Ashley Prince (3rd team) Kim Campbell (3rd team) Katie McDonald (2nd team) Paul Owens (2nd team) Tamecia Moore (Hon. Men.) Teri Sharkey (2nd team) Ann Wise (Hon. Men.) Chris Thom (2nd team)

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1994-95

Madi Austin (1st team) Mariah Willadsen (1st team) Peace Amukamara (2nd team) Ali Gloyd (1st team) Kalasia Green (3rd team) Jade Wilson (3rd team) Ali Gloyd (1st team) Christina Buescher (2nd team) Briana Benjamin (2nd team) Brooke Jackson (1st team) Charlieann Chacon (1st team) Alissa Ingalina (1st team) Jamie Nesbit (1st team) Brandi Steinke (1st team) Ashley Prince (1st team) Allie Gard (1st team) Kim Campbell (1st team) Katie McDonald (1st team) Paula Owens (1st team) Tamecia Moore (2nd team) Katie Shobert (1st team) Vennessa Kerbs (1st team) Tiffany Parrish (1st team)

All-Region I (DII Post 1991)

All-ACCAC 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10

Madi Austin (2nd team) Mariah Willadsen (3rd team Peace Amukamara (3rd team) Alli Gloyd (1st Team) Alli Gloyd (1st Team) Briana Benjamin (1st Team)

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1994-95 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

Christina Buescher (3rd Team) Callina Hurley (3rd team) Brooke Jackson (1st Team) Katrina Graham (2nd Team) Charlieann Chacon (2nd Team) Lauren Hall (3rd Team) Alissa Ingallina (2nd Team) Lindsi Demik (3rd Team) Charlieann Chacon (3rd Team) Jamie Nesbit (1st Team) Kellie Olson (3rd Team) Brandi Steinke (1st Team) Ashley Prince (Honorable Mention) Allie Gard (2nd Team) Brandi Steinke (Honorable Mention) Kim Campbell (1st Team) Alexis Timpone (Honorable Mention) Katie McDonald (2nd Team) Katie McDonald (Honorable Mention) Paula Owens (1st Team) Tamecia Moore (2nd Team) Katie Shobert (2nd Team) Paula Owens (Honorable Mention) Vennessa Kerbs (1st Team) Tiffany Parrish (2nd Team) Teri Sharkey 2nd Team All-American Ann Wise Honorable Mention All-American Chris Thom 2nd Team All-American

ACCAC Player of the Year 2011-12 2008-09

Ali Gloyd Brooke Jackson

2008-09

Brooke Jackson

2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Lindsey Demik Abbey Ritz Katrina Graham Brooke Jackson Briana Benjamin Christina Buescher Jenay Locke Haley Vennard Sierra Aulik

ACCAC Freshman of the Year NJCAA All-Academic

Regional champions for the second straight year 16

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Mesa Women's Basketball Record Book

Individual

Team

Points Game 39 Jackie Flowers, 1995-96 39 Venessa Kerbs, 1996-97 Season 425 Paula Owens, 1998-99 Scoring Average Season 20.8 Paula Owens, 1998-99 Field Goals Game 18 Jackie Flowers, 1995-95 Season 249 Paula Owens, 1998-99 Field Goals Attempted Season 460 Paula Owens, 1998-99 Field Goal Percentage Season .541 Paula Owens, 1998-99 3Pt. Field Goals Game 8 Natasha Begaye, 2006-07 8 Courtney Weekley, 2001-02 Free Throws Game 15 Venessa Kerbs, 1996-97 Season 152 Venessa Kerbs, 1996-97 Free Throws Attempted Season 230 Venessa Kerbs, 1996-97 Free Throw Percentage Season .860 Stephanie Odermott, 1980-81 Rebounds Game 24 Val Farthing, 1976-77 Season 311 Sheri Moore, 1979-80 Assists Game 15 Chelsea Lee, 1995-96 Season 154 Charlie Steals Game 12 Tiffany Parrish, 1994-95 Blocks Game 6 Venessa Kerbs, 1996-97 Season 58 Venessa Kerbs, 1995-96

Points Game 127 vs. Southwestern Bible, 2001-02 Season 2457 in 2001-02 Field Goals Game 44 vs. Scottsdale, 1981-82 44 vs. Phoenix, 1995-96 Free Throws Game 27 vs. South Mountain, 1997-98 Rebounds Game 69 vs. Eastern Arizona, 1976-77 Victories Season 28 in 1980-81 Assists Season 548 in 2001-02 Rebounds Season 1320 in 1980-81 Free Throw Percentage Season .747 in 2001-02 Field Goal Percentage Season .460 in 1981-82 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Season .350 in 2001-02 Points Allowed per Game Season 45.6 in 1981-82

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Mesa Women's Basketball Media Roster

10 - Lacey Viselli

11 - Leslie Tademy

12 - Aika Miyazato Fr. - Okinawa, Japan Chubu Shogyo H.S.

So. - Gold Coast, Australia All Sanits H.S.

Fr. - Gilbert, AZ Campo Verde H.S.

21 - Mariah Willadsen

25 - Megan Gillespie

Fr. - Surprise, AZ. Valley Vista H.S.

So. - Phoenix, AZ South Mountain H.S.

14 - Haley Thomson

So. - Mesa, AZ Red Mountain H.S.

23 - Darla Woody

So. - Kirtland, N.M. Kirtland Central H.S.

22 - Erica Vasquez Fr. - Mesa, AZ Red Mountain H.S.

24 - Peace Amukamara

30 - Madi Austin

32 - Kylie Herd

33 - Yasmine Woodard

44 - Destinee Wright

So. - Saginaw, Mich. Horizon (AZ) H.S.

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So. - Mesa, AZ Westwood H.S.

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So. - Goodyear, AZ. Millenium H.S.

Fr., - Glendale La Joya H.S.

20 - Didi Moloi

Fr. - Phoenix, AZ Arcadia H.S.


Few, if any, NJCAA schools have had the overall success of the Mesa Community College athletic program. Through the end of the 2012-13 season, MCC teams had won 16 national championships in seven different sports, either won or shared 130 conference and region titles and have produced an amazing number of individual accomplishments. MCC athletes have won All-America recognition an incredible 255 times including athlets from every sport the school sponsors. As recently as 2007 Mesa won the Pepsi Cup (now called the NATYCAA Cup), emblematic of the top overal athletic program in the NJCAA and has finished in the Top 25 in each of the last five years among over 400 schools..

Roster of Championships

A list of championships by Mesa Community College teams over the years

FOOTBALL 1970 Shrine Bowl 1970 ACCAC 1973 ACCAC 1973 National Champions 1973 Sunkist Bowl 1974 ACCAC 1974 Wool Bowl 1975 ACCAC 1975 National Champions 1976 ACCAC 1976 Wool Bowl 1987 ACCAC 1989 ACCAC 1989 WSFL 1989 Valley of the Sun Bowl 1992 ACCAC 1994 ACCAC 1994 Valley of the Sun Bowl 1998 ACCAC 2007 Valley of the Sun Bowl 2012 Valley of the Sun Bowl BASEBALL 1969 ACCAC 1970 ACCAC 1970 National Champions 1971 ACCAC 1971 National Champions 1972 ACCAC 1972 National Champions 1973 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC 1982 ACCAC 1993 ACCAC 1996 ACCAC 2002 ACCAC 2004 Region I Division II 2005 Region I Division II 2006 Region I Division II MEN’S BASKETBALL 1970-71 ACCAC 1977-78 ACCAC 1977-78 Region I 1980-81 ACCAC 1980-81 Region I 1981-82 ACCAC 1982-83 Region I 1984-85 ACCAC 1985-86 ACCAC 1986-87 ACCAC 1986-87 Region I 1989-90 ACCAC 1989-90 Region I 1992-93 ACCAC 1995-96 ACCAC 1995-96 Region I 1996-97 ACCAC 1996-97 Region I 1997-98 Region I 1998-99 ACCAC 2009-10 Region I WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1977-78 ACCAC 1979-80 ACCAC 1979-80 Region I 1980-81 ACCAC 1980-81 Region I 1998-99 Region I Division II 2001-02 Region I Division II 2007-08 Region I Division II 2011-12 Region I Division II 2012-13 Region I Division II 2012-13 NJCAA 2nd place MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 1996 Region I Division II 1997 Region I Division II

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 1990 Region I 1990 ACCAC 1992 Region I 1992 ACCAC 1993 ACCAC 1996 Region I Division II 1996 NJCAA 3rd place 2003 Region I MEN'S GOLF 1974 ACCAC 1974 Region I 2008 Region I Division II 2011 Region I Division II WOMEN'S GOLF 2003 ACCAC 2003 Region I 2004 ACCAC 2004 Region I 2005 ACCAC 2005 Region I 2007 ACCAC 2007 Region I 2008 ACCAC 2008 Region I 2009 ACCAC 2009 Region I 2009 ACCAC 2010 Region I 2010 ACCAC 2011 Region I 2011 ACCAC 2012 Region I 2012 ACCAC 2013 Region I 2013 ACCAC WOMEN’S SOCCER 1996 Region I 1997 ACCAC 1998 Region I 1999 ACCAC 1999 Region I 2001 ACCAC 2001 Region I 2002 Region I 2003 ACCAC 2003 Region I 2003 District 2004 Region I 2004 District 2005 ACCAC 2005 Region I 2006 Region I 2006 District 2006 ACCAC MEN’S SOCCER 1988 ACCAC 1988 Region I SOFTBALL 1977 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC MEN’S TENNIS 1972 National Champions 1967 ACCAC 1968 ACCAC 1969 ACCAC 1970 ACCAC 1972 ACCAC 1973 ACCAC 1974 ACCAC 1975 ACCAC 1976 ACCAC 1977 ACCAC

1978 ACCAC 1982 ACCAC 1983 ACCAC 1984 ACCAC 1985 ACCAC 1989 ACCAC

WOMEN'S TENNIS 1975 Region I 1975 ACCAC 1976 Region I 1976 ACCAC 1977 Region I 1977 ACCAC 1979 Region I 1979 ACCAC 1980 Region I 1980 ACCAC 1981 Region I 1981 ACCAC 1982 Region I 1982 ACCAC 1983 Region I 1983 ACCAC 1986 ACCAC 1987 Region I 1987 ACCAC 1989 ACCAC 1990 Region I 1990 ACCAC 1993 Region I 1991 ACCAC

MEN'S TRACK & FIELD 1968 Outdoor National Champions 1968 ACCAC 1969 ACCAC 1969 Outdoor National Champions 1970 ACCAC 1970 Outdoor National Champions 1973 Outdoor National Champions 1973 ACCAC 1974 Outdoor National Champions 1974 Indoor National Champions 1974 ACCAC 1975 Outdoor National Champions 1975 ACCAC 1976 ACCAC 1980 Outdoor National Champions 1980 ACCAC WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD 1977 ACCAC 1978 ACCAC 1979 Outdoor National Champions 1979 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC 1981 ACCAC 1982 ACCAC 1993 Region I VOLLEYBALL 1976 ACCAC 1977 National Champions 1977 ACCAC 1978 ACCAC 1979 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC


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