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MOODY COLISEUM RENOVATION  Renovated main entry lobby  Expanded concourses with raised ceilings  Club seats, loge boxes, private suites and group suites  New event space, offices, team locker rooms and meeting space  Relocated, expanded volleyball locker room suite

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2013-14 Season Notes_________________________ 2 2013-14 Season Information_____________________ 3 2013-14 Roster_______________________________ 4

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Korina Baker________________________________ 6-7 Krystal Johnson______________________________ 8-9 Keena Mays_______________________________ 10-11 Akil Simpson______________________________ 12-13 Mallory Singleton___________________________ 14-15 Destynee Hives-McCray_____________________ 16-17 Raven Short_______________________________ 18-19 Brittney Hardy_____________________________ 20-21 Gabrielle Wilkins___________________________ 22-23 Morgan Bolton_______________________________ 24 Kamy Cole__________________________________ 24 Kiara Perry__________________________________ 24

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Rhonda Rompola___________________________ 26-28 Lisa Dark___________________________________ 29 Deneen Parker______________________________ 30 Danny Hughes_______________________________ 31 Shawna Lavender____________________________ 32 Support Staff________________________________ 32

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2013-14 Opponents_________________________ 34-37 2013-14 The American Composite Schedule_______ 38

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Location: _________________________________ Dallas, Texas Founded: _______________________________________ 1911 Enrollment: ____________________________________ 10,981 Nickname: ___________________________________ Mustangs Colors: __________________________________ Red and Blue Arena: __________________________ Moody Coliseum (8,000) President: ___________________________Dr. R. Gerald Turner Director of Athletics: ____________________________Rick Hart Faculty Athletics Rep: ________________________ Paul Rogers SWA: ________________________________ Monique Holland Head Coach: __________________ Rhonda Rompola (SMU ‘83)

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Year-by-Year Results________________________ 46-50 Series History_____________________________ 51-54 Coaching Records____________________________ 55 Postseason Results___________________________ 56 Conference Tournament Results_________________ 57 Year-by-Year Leaders_________________________ 58 Team Records - Game & Season________________ 59 Individual Records__________________________ 60-62 Freshman Records___________________________ 63 Moody Coliseum Records______________________ 64 SMU Honor Roll______________________________ 65 SMU 1,000-Point Club_______________________ 66-69 Letterwinners______________________________ 70-71 Letterwinners By State & Country________________ 72 Mustangs By The Numbers_____________________ 73 Postseason Appearance Teams_________________ 74

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: _________________________11/3 Starters Returning/Lost: _____________________________ 4/1 2012-13 Overall Record: __________________________ 21-10 2012-13 C-USA Record: ________________________ 12-4 (1st) C-USA Championship: ______________________________ 0-1 Regular Season Championships: ________ 3 (2000, 2009, 2013) Conference Tournament Championships: _____________2 (1999, 2008) All-Time Record: __________________________ 573-505 (.532) NCAA Tournament Appearances: ________________________ 7 (1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2008) NCAA Tournament At-large bids: ________________________ 5 (1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000) NCAA Record: ____________________________________ 2-7 WNIT Appearances: ________ 5 (1993, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2013) WNIT Record: _____________________________________ 2-5

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: ___________________________ Rhonda Rompola School Record (Years):_______________________401-263 (22) Career Record (Years:_____________________________ Same Postseason Appearances:_____________________________ 12 NCAA Appearances:__________________________________ 7 ________________(1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2008) WNIT Appearances: __________________________________ 5 __________________________(1993, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2013) Associate Head Coach:_____ Lisa Dark (SMU, 1991 - 23rd Year) Assistant Coaches:_____Deneen Parker (SFA, 1994 - 19th Year) ____________________ Danny Hughes (TCU, 1990 - 5th Year)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Returning Starters (4): G______ SR ____ Korina Baker F______ JR_____ Destynee Hives-McCray G______ SR____ Keena Mays F______ SR____ Akil Simpson Other Letterwinners Returning (6): F______ SO____ Brittney Hardy G______ SR____ Krystal Johnson G______ JR_____ Raven Short P______ SR____ Mallory Singleton G______ SO____ Gabrielle Wilkins

Newcomers (3): G______ SO____ Morgan Bolton - Transfer (Ark.-Little Rock) G______ SO_____ Kamy Cole - Transfer (TCU) G______ FR_____ Kiara Perry (Duncanville HS)

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Women’s Basketball SID: _________________ Travis Chamblee Office Phone: ____________________________(214) 768-3735 Cell Phone: ______________________________(214) 931-1714 E-mail: ____________________________ tchamblee@smu.edu Press Row Phone:________________________ (214) 768-7742 Website:_________________________ www.smumustangs.com

2012-13 Final Statistics________________________ 40 2012-13 Season Results & Game Leaders_________ 41 2012-13 Game-by-Game Comparisons___________ 42 2012-13 High/Lows_________________________ 43-44

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The 2013-14 SMU Women’s Basketball Almanac is a production of the SMU Athletic Public Relations Office. The guide was written and edited by Public Relations Assistant Director Travis Chamblee. Additional editing provided by SMU Public Relations and SMU Women's Basketball staffs.

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CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

SUCCESSFUL TENURE

Keena Mays was named Conference USA Player of the Year, becoming the third player in program history to earn the league's top award, and was one of 50 finalists for the WBCA All-America award after averaging 18.4 points per game and shooting a league-high 40 percent on 3-point attempts. The junior transfer scored 23 points with 11 rebounds in her first game in over a year, and scored 33 in her second game at SMU.

Head coach Rhonda Rompola earned her 400th career win with a 69-60 victory at home against Tulsa on Feb. 21. Rompola, entering her 23rd season at the helm of the program, is 401-263 for her career, which includes nine 20-win seasons and 12 postseason appearances. The Mustangs have captured two conference tournament championships and three regular season titles under her leadership. She has coached three All-Americans, three Conference Players of the Year, two Conference Defensive Players of the Year and her players have earned 32 AllConference selections. Rompola has also been named Coach of the Year six times during her 20-year tenure.

STAFF CONSISTENCY Head coach Rhonda Rompola and associate head coach Lisa Dark have been together on the sidelines since Rompola took over the reins of the program 22 seasons ago. Assistant coach Deneen Parker joined the duo 18 years ago. The SMU staff has the second longest active tenure of any staff at one school. Danny Hughes joined the staff prior to the 2009-10 season and is entering his fifth year with the program.

RECENT SUCCESS In the past seven seasons, the Mustangs have had four 20-win seasons, won a Conference USA Tournament Championship, two C-USA regularseason titles, advanced to the NCAA Tournament and made three WNIT appearances.

SMU: A HISTORY OF SUCCESS SMU has 148 Conference Championships, 148 National Top-10 finishes, eight NCAA Team Championships (three in football), over 100 individual NCAA Championships, hundreds of All-Americans and one Heisman Trophy Winner, and has won its conference’s Director’s Cup in 11 out of the past 16 years.

A renovated Moody Coliseum will be unveiled when SMU host USF on January 4, 2014.

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2013-14 SEASON INFORMATION Sun. Wed. Sat. Tues. Sat. Mon.

Nov. 10 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Nov. 25

2013-14 SCHEDULE Grambling TCU at Eastern Washington Miss Valley State at Stephen F. Austin Lamar

Curtis Culwell Center Curtis Culwell Center Cheney, Wash. Curtis Culwell Center Nacogdoches, Texas Curtis Culwell Center

Thu. Nov. 28 Fri. Nov. 29

Junkanoo Jam Tournament vs. Kansas State Freeport, Bahamas vs. Tennessee or Virginia Freeport, Bahamas

Wed. Sat. Sat. Sun. Wed. Sat. Tues. Sat. Tues. Sun. Sat. Tues. Sat. Tues. Sat. Tues. Sat. Sat. Tues. Sat. Mon.

Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Jan. 1 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Mar. 1 Mar. 3

Southeastern Louisiana at UTEP at North Texas at Louisville* (TV: ESPNU) at Cincinnati* USF* Memphis* at Rutgers* at Temple* Louisville* (TV: ESPNU) at Houston* Cincinnati* Temple* at Connecticut* Rutgers* at UCF* Houston* at Memphis* Connecticut* at USF* UCF*

Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon.

Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10

American Athletic Conference Championship First Round Uncasville, Conn. Quarterfinals Uncasville, Conn. Semifinals (TV: ESPNU) Uncasville, Conn. Championship (TV: ESPN/ESPN2) Uncasville, Conn.

Mar. 22-25 Mar. 29-Apr. 1 Apr. 6-8

2 PM 7 PM 3 PM 7 PM 6 PM 6 PM 3:15 PM 3:45/6 PM

Curtis Culwell Center 7 PM El Paso, Texas 5:30 PM Denton, Texas 12 PM Louisville, Ky. 2 PM Cincinnati, Ohio 12 PM Moody Coliseum 3:30 PM Moody Coliseum 7 PM Piscataway, N.J. 1 PM Philadelphia, Pa. 11 AM Moody Coliseum 12:30 PM Houston, Texas 2 PM Moody Coliseum 7 p.m. Moody Coliseum 3:30 PM Storrs, Conn. 6 PM Moody Coliseum 2 PM Orlando, Fla. 6 PM Moody Coliseum 2 PM Memphis, Tenn. 2 PM Moody Coliseum 7 PM Tampla, Fla. 6 PM Moody Coliseum 7 PM

NCAA Tournament NCAA First & Second Rounds TBA NCAA Regionals TBA NCAA Final Four Nashville, Tenn.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

RETURNING STARTERS Keena Mays (5-7 G, Sr., 18.4 ppg, 3.8 apg) C-USA Player of the Year; Led C-USA in 3-pt FG%, 40.0 percent Akil Simpson (6-0 F, Sr., 10.7 ppg, 8.1 rpg) Led SMU in FG%, 47.7 percent; All-C-USA selection Korina Baker (5-7 G, Sr., 5.7 ppg, 2.8 apg) Shot 34.5% from three-point range Destynee Hives-McCray (6-0 F, Jr., 8.4 ppg, 6.3 rpg) Shot 43.3% from the field; Second on team in rebounds per game, 6.3

OTHER RETURNEES Brittney Hardy

(6-2 F, So., Frisco, Texas)

Krystal Johnson (5-5 G, Sr., Garland, Texas) Raven Short

(5-11 G, Jr., Flower Mound, Texas)

Mallory Singleton (6-2 P, Jr., Flower Mound, Texas) Gabrielle Wilkins (5-9 G, Fr., Garland, Texas)

NEWCOMERS Morgan Bolton

(5-6 G, So., Duncanville, Texas)

Kamy Cole

(5-9 G, So., Brock, Texas)

Kiara Perry

(6-2 G, Fr., Duncanville, Texas)

6/8 PM 12/2/6/8 PM 1/3 PM 7 PM TBA TBA TBA

All home games in bold; * American opponent; All dates and times (CT) subject to change.

PLAYER & COACH PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Akil Simpson________________________________________Ah-KEEL DENEEN Parker____________________________________ deh-NEEN Rhonda ROMPOLA________________________________ rom-POLE-a KORINA Baker_____________________________________ Kuh-REE-na

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No. 10 12 2 33 31 25 23 00 32 5 44 3

Name Korina Baker Morgan Bolton Kamy Cole Brittney Hardy Destynee Hives-McCray Krystal Johnson Keena Mays Kiara Perry Raven Short Akil Simpson Mallory Singleton Gabrielle Wilkins

Pos. Guard Guard Guard Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Post Guard

No. 00 2 3 5 10 12 23 25 31 32 33 44

Name Kiara Perry Kamy Cole Gabrielle Wilkins Akil Simpson Korina Baker Morgan Bolton Keena Mays Krystal Johnson Destynee Hives-McCray Raven Short Brittney Hardy Mallory Singleton

Pos. Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard Guard Guard Forward Guard Forward Post

Ht. 5-7 5-6 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-5 5-7 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-9

Class-Exp. SR-1L SO-TR SO-TR SO-1L JR-2L SR-3L SR-1L FR-HS JR-2L SR-3L SR-3L SO-1L

Hometown (Previous School) Valleyford, Wash. (North Idaho College) Duncanville, Texas (Arkansas-Little Rock) Brock, Texas (TCU) Frisco, Texas (Oklahoma State) Arlington, Texas (Martin) Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest) Arlington, Texas (Kansas) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound) Garland, Texas (Garland)

NUMERICAL Ht. 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-0 5-7 5-6 5-7 5-5 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-2

Class-Exp. FR-HS SO-TR SO-1L SR-3L SR-1L SO-TR SR-1L SR-3L JR-2L JR-2L SO-1L SR-3L

Hometown (Previous School) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) Brock, Texas (TCU) Garland, Texas (Garland) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) Valleyford, Wash. (North Idaho College) Duncanville, Texas (Arkansas-Little Rock) Arlington, Texas (Kansas) Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest) Arlington, Texas (Martin) Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus) Frisco, Texas (Oklahoma State) Flower Mound, Texas (Flower Mound)

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Name Rhonda Rompola Lisa Dark Deneen Parker Danny Hughes Shawna Lavender John Franklin Adam Sorensen Marc Soltis Samantha Mahnesmith

Position Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assist. Coach, Recruiting Coor. Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Ops. Director of Player Development Video Coordinator Strength and Conditioning Coach Graduate Assistant Manager

Yr. 23rd 23rd 19th 5th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st

Alma Mater SMU SMU Stephen F. Austin TCU SMU North Texas Arkansas Iowa State SMU

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Year Graduated 1983 1991 1993 1990 1997 2004 2011 2009 2012

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10 - KORINA BAKER 5-7 • G • SR-1L VALLEYFORD, WASH. (NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE) 2012-13 (Junior): Started all 31 games during her first season on the Hilltop... Finished the season seventh in Conference USA with 3.5 assists per game, and was one of nine players with at least 100, handing out 110 assists on the season...Third in C-USA and in the top 100 in the NCAA in assists/turnover ratio...Fifth in the league in 3-point shooting, knocking down 34.5 percent from behind the arc...Averaged 5.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per game...Scored a season-high 17 points with a season-high five 3-point field goals in a win against UCF (1/13)...Scored at least 10 points seven times, including five times against C-USA opponents and twice against the Knights...Finished with 12 points at TCU with four 3-pointers...Recorded a season-high nine assists in a one-point win against Montana State in the championship game of the SMU Thanksgiving Tournament (11/24)...Had at least five assists in eight games...Recorded five steals in a win at Southern Miss (1/17).

game, and was fifth in scoring with 12.4 points per game...Named North Idaho College Female Athlete of the Year...Earned team Defensive MVP and Most Inspirational Player awards. High School: Four-year letter winner for head coach Ashlee Taylor at Freeman High School in Valleyford, Wash....Led Freeman to its first State Championship in school history as a senior...Named WIAA Tournament MVP and WIAA All-Star Game MVP...Named team MVP as a junior, and led Freeman to a third-place finish in the WIAA tournament...Also lettered in softball and soccer. Personal: Daughter of Barry and Laurie Baker...Born on March 21, 1992... Has two older sisters, Jessica and Melissa...Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant... Favorite actress is Jennifer Aniston...Favorite color is yellow...Major is markets and culture.

North Idaho College: Played two seasons, leading North Idaho to its first National Championship in school history as a freshman...Named to AllAmerica second team and All-Scenic West Athletic Conference first team as a sophomore...Led the conference last season with 88 steals, averaging 3.0 per

BAKER'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS Min 2012-13 31 31 872 TOTAL 31 31 872

Avg FG 28.1 54 28.1 54

FGA Pct 169 .320 169 .320

FG FGA Pct 38 110 .345 38 110 .345

FT FTA Pct 30 45 .667 30 45 .667

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 15 54 69 2.2 15 54 69 2.2

PF 50 50

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FO 0 0

Ast TO 110 70 110 70

Blk Stl 4 52 4 52

Pts Avg 176 5.7 176 5.7

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Number 17 6 9 5 7 4 9 5 9 5 2

When vs. UCF (1/13/13) vs. UCF (1/13/13) Twice - Last vs. UAB (2/7/13) vs. UCF (1/13/13) vs. UCF (1/13/13) Twice - Last vs. UAB (2/7/13) vs. North Texas (11/15/12) Three times - Last vs. Rice (1/20/13) vs. Montana State (11/24/12) at Southern Miss (1/17/13) vs. La.-Monroe (12/17/12)

Q & A WITH KORINA Parents Barry and Laurie

Favorite Food? Mama's cooking

Siblings Jessica and Melissa

Favorite Color? Yellow

Major Sociology

Favorite Actress? Jennifer Aniston

Favorite Thing About SMU? The atmosphere and life surrounding campus

Favorite Athlete? Kobe Bryant

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Favorite Music? Country

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25 - KRYSTAL JOHNSON 5-5 • G • SR-3L GARLAND, TEXAS (NAAMAN FOREST HS) 2012-13 (Junior): Played in 26 games, averaging 7.4 minutes...Scored 22 points with a season-high five in a win at Tulsa (1/27)...Had 22 assists with a season-high four at Tulsa...Grabbed eight rebounds, with two in a game twice (11/10 vs. Alcorn State and 1/27 at Tulsa)...Also scored four points against Alcorn State...Had a 2.4 assist/turnover ratio...Had five steals, swiping two against Louisiana-Monroe (12/17).

2010-11 (Freshman): Averaged 12.7 minutes with action in all 30 games, including one start…Handed out 36 assists and made 11 steals…Scored 3.0 points per game, shooting 31.4-percent from the field…Made six 3-pointers and was 30-of-40 from the free throw line...Scored a season-high eight points twice (3/3 vs. Rice and 3/9 vs. UTEP)… vs. UTSA (11/21) Handed out a season-high five assists.

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 31 games with 21 starts, averaging 19.8 minutes per game…Averaged 3.7 points per game with one rebound…Recorded 35 assists and had 20 steals…Made 40 field goals, including five 3-pointers… Shot 73.2 percent from the free throw line (30-of-41)…Scored a career-high 11 points against Memphis in the C-USA Tournament (3/8)…Reached double digits in points three times…Grabbed a season-high four rebounds at UTEP (2/23)…Matched her career-high with five assists against TAMU-CC (12/18).

High School: Four-year letterwinner and captain for coach Derik Short at Naaman Forest High School...Averaged 17.4 ppg, 4 apg and 2 three-pointers per game during her high school career...Selected MVP of District 10-5A and a member of the 5A All-Region team...Led Naaman Forest to a 99-37 record during her career. Personal: Daughter of Dale and Ronda Johnson...Member of National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta in high school...Majoring in psychology...Goal is to continue improving as a student and basketball player...Nickname is Lil' Bit.

JOHNSON'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS Min 2010-11 30 1 380 2011-12 31 21 614 2012-13 26 0 193 TOTAL 87 22 1187

Avg 12.7 19.8 7.4 13.6

FG 27 40 6 73

FGA 86 122 24 232

Pct .314 .328 .250 .315

FG 6 5 1 12

FGA 31 24 5 60

Pct .194 .208 .200 .200

FT FTA Pct 30 40 .750 30 41 .732 9 13 .692 69 94 .734

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 6 24 30 1.0 4 25 29 0.9 2 6 8 0.3 12 55 67 0.8

PF 17 19 11 47

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FO 0 0 0 0

Ast 36 35 22 93

TO 34 43 9 86

Blk 1 0 0 1

Stl 11 20 5 36

Pts Avg 90 3.0 115 3.7 22 0.8 227 2.6

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Number When 11 at Memphis (3/8/12) 4 Three times - last at Memphis (3/8/12) 10 vs. TCU (11/17/10) 1 10 times - Last at Tulsa (1/27/13) 4 Three times - last at UTEP (2/23/12) 6 vs. Alcorn State (11/12/11) 7 vs. Alcorn State (11/12/11) 5 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/1/10) 5 Twice - last vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (12/18/11) 3 Three times - last vs. Rice (2/19/12) 1 vs. UCF (1/16/11)

Q & A WITH KRYSTAL Parents Dale and Ronda

Favorite Athlete? Kobe Bryant

Siblings Kourtney and Kirk

Favorite Musician? Drake

Major Psychology

Biggest Influence? My father

Favorite Food? Raising Canes

Dream Car? Mercedes

Favorite Thing About SMU? The beautiful campus

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23 - KEENA MAYS 5-7 • G • SR-1L MANSFIELD, TEXAS (KANSAS) 2012-13 (Junior): Named Conference USA Player of the Year, WBCA AllAmerica finalist, first team All-C-USA and C-USA Newcomer of the Year...Also earned four C-USA Player of the Week Awards (12/23, 1/21, 2/4 and 2/11)... Started 23 games after missing the first eight due to NCAA transfer rules... Fourth in the league with 18.4 points per game...Scored a career-high 33 points against Stephen F. Austin in her second game (12/19)...Scored at least 20 points nine times, and had at least 10 in 20 games...Made at least 10 field goals three times (12/19 vs. SFA, 2/7 vs. UAB and 2/21 vs. Tulsa)...Finished with 29 points, including two buzzer beaters in a triple-overtime win against UAB, the first a 3 to force a second overtime, and the second a jumper to give SMU a 94-92 win...Also had 13 rebounds against the Blazers for her second of two double-doubles...Posted a double-double with 23 points and 11 rebounds against Louisiana-Monroe in her first game...Made six 3-pointers against Rice (1/20)...Had a season-high eight assists against Harvard (12/30)...Led C-USA in 3-point percentage, shooting 40.0 percent from behind the arc...Ranked sixth in the league with 3.8 assists per game...Third on the team with 5.7 rebounds per contest.

Kansas (20010-12): Played in all 34 games with 13 starts as a freshman... Averaged 7.1 points and 3.0 rebounds per game, and was second on the team with 119 assists...3.5 assists per game was second among freshmen in the Big XII...Shot 35.7-percent from 3-point range...Scored in double-figures nine times...Posted a double-double with 12 points and a career-high 10 assists against Michigan. High School: McDonald's All-America nominee at Mansfield Timberview High School...Led Mansfield Timberview to the 2010 4A State Championship...Threetime All-State selection by the Texas Girls Coaches Association...Averaged 10.6 points, 6.3 assists, 5.2 rebounds and 2.8 steals as a senior. Personal: Full name is Keena Renae Mays...Daughter of Ken and Teresa Mays...Has three siblings, Ozie Hood, Kendell Mays and Sydnee Jones...Mother played basketball at Texas Southern and Ozie ran track and cross country at UT-Arlington...One thing people may not know is she likes to build...Favorite singer is Bob Marley...Favorite restaurants are Panda Express and Chicken Express...Major is English with a minor in education.

MAYS' CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010-11* 2011-12* 2012-13 SMU TOTAL*

GP 34 8 23 23 65

GS 13 1 23 23 37

Min 754 146 748 748 1648

Avg 22.2 18.3 32.5 32.5 25.4

FG FGA Pct 86 219 .393 33 59 .559 142 372 .382 142 372 .382 261 650 .402

FG 30 10 64 64 104

FGA 84 24 160 160 268

Pct .357 .417 .400 .400 .388

FT 41 12 76 76 129

FTA 69 18 100 100 187

Pct .594 .667 .760 .760 .690

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 22 81 103 3.0 4 20 24 3.0 21 110 131 5.7 21 110 131 5.7 47 211 258 4.0

PF 54 12 44 44 110

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FO Ast 2 119 0 11 0 88 0 88 2 218

TO 83 18 68 68 169

Blk 5 1 9 9 15

Stl 28 4 57 57 89

Pts 243 88 424 424 755

Avg 7.1 11.0 18.4 18.4 11.6

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Number 33 12 30 6 13 8 11 13 10* 6* 2

When vs. Stephen F. Austin (12/19/12) vs. Stephen F. Austin (12/19/12) vs. UAB (2/7/13) vs. Rice (1/20/13) vs. UAB (2/7/13) at San Diego State (12/28/12) at San Diego State (12/28/12) vs. UAB (2/7/13) at Michigan (12/9/10) vs. Maine (12/1/10) Three times - Last vs. Harvard (12/30/12)

Q & A WITH KEENA Parents Ken and Teresa

Biggest Influence? My family

Siblings Ozie, Kendell and Sydnee

Favorite thing about SMU? Family Atmosphere

Major English

Favorite Musician? Bob Marley

Career Goals To play professionally

Favorite Athlete? Michael Jordan

Superstition Talk to my grandpa before every game

Favorite Food? Bacon Cheeseburger

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5 - AKIL SIMPSON 6-0 • F • SR-3L DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS (DUNCANVILLE HS) 2012-13 (Junior): Named second team All-Conference USA for the second straight season...Played in 31 games with 29 starts...Led the Mustangs and finished ninth in C-USA with 8.1 rebounds per game, and had at least 10 in a game eight times... Averaged 10.7 points per game and had six double-doubles...Scored a season-high 20 points at San Diego State (12/28)...Scored at least 10 in 18 games, including a stretch of six straight double-digit performances...Shot 47.7 percent from the field, 126 of 264, ranking eighth in the league...Scored 19 points with nine rebounds against UTEP (3/3) to help SMU secure the C-USA regular-season championship...Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds and had 13 points at Memphis (2/17)...Had multiple blocks in seven games...Made at least five field goals 12 times, including a career-high tying eight twice, at TCU (11/28) and at San Diego State (12/28)...Matched her career-high with five assists against Texas Southern (11/12). 2011-12 (Sophomore): Named to All-Conference USA Second Team…Named Most Valuable Player by the coaching staff…Third in C-USA in field goal percentage, shooting 52.4 percent (122-of-233)…Led the Mustangs and was in the top-20 in the league, averaging 10.7 points per game…Was ninth in the conference with a team-high 7.5 rebounds per game…Played in 31 games with 16 starts, averaging 26.9 minutes… Had 47 steals and 46 assists…Had nine double-doubles…Scored a career-high 25 points at Tulane (2/5), going 8-fo-13 from the field and 9-of-10 at the free throw line… Had at least 20 points three times, and scored at least 10 in 17 games…Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds against Houston (1/12)…Had at least 10 rebounds 11 times… Was perfect from the field twice, going 5-for-5 against Cal State Fullerton (11/25) and 4-for-4 against TAMU-CC (12/18)…Made a season-high eight field goals three times.

2010-11 (Freshman): Named to the Conference USA All-Freshmen Team…Played in all 30 games with six starts…Averaged 4.9 points and 4.2 rebounds per game…Shot 41.2-percent from the field and 71.6-percent from the free throw line…Had 14 steals and 19 assists from the post position... vs. No. 23 Texas (12/18) Scored a season-high 17 points…vs. Houston (1/30) Scored 10 points with 10 rebounds for her first doubledouble…vs. Tulane (1/6) Pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds. Prep: Three-year letterwinner for coach Cathy Self-Morgan...McDonald's All-American Nominee...Named MVP for the Sandra Meadows Tournament...Named 08-09 TABC All State and All-Region...Earned 7-5A All-District...Honored as TGCA All-State... Accumulated 363 points, 269 rebounds, 71 assists, 22 blocks and 62 steals as a senior...Led Duncanville to a district championship...According to maxpreps.com, averaged 11.7 ppg and 8.7 rpg as a senior...Ranked as the No. 44 forward prospect by ESPN.com and received a Scout's Grade of 88. Personal: Daughter of Jermaine and LaMonithal Harris-Simpson...Has two brothers, Jermaine Simpson II and Jekevion Henson-Simpson...Wears jersey No. 5 in memory of Deion Jackson-Houston, a high school friend who passed away...Majoring in journalism and minoring in psychology.

SIMPSON'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS Min 2010-11 30 6 489 2011-12 31 16 835 2012-13 31 29 917 TOTAL 92 51 2241

Avg 16.3 26.9 29.6 24.4

FG FGA Pct 49 119 .412 122 233 .524 126 264 .477 297 616 .482

FG FGA Pct 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000

FT 48 88 81 217

FTA 67 135 124 326

Pct .716 .652 .653 .666

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 62 64 126 4.2 106 127 233 7.5 118 133 251 8.1 286 324 610 6.6

PF FO Ast 62 0 19 93 6 46 82 1 41 237 7 106

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Blk 2 9 23 34

Stl 14 47 41 102

Pts Avg 146 4.9 332 10.7 333 10.7 811 8.8

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CAREER HIGHS Category Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Attempts Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots

Number 25 8 17 0 0 9 10 17 5 4 2

When at Tulane (2/5/12) Four times - Last at TCU (11/28/12) at TCU (11/28/12)

at Tulane (2/5/12) Twice - Last at Tulane (2/5/12) at Memphis (2/17/13) Twice - Last vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) Three times - Last vs. Houston (1/12/12) Three times - Last vs. La.-Monroe (12/17/12)

Q & A WITH AKIL Parents Jermaine and LaMonithal

Favorite thing about SMU? The journalism department

Siblings Jekevion Henson-Simpson and Jermaine

Biggest Influence? God and my family

Major Journalism How do you want to be remembered at SMU? Playing hard and pouring my heart into every game

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Favorite Athlete? Serena Williams Favorite Food? Chinese food Career Goals? To host a sports show with Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless

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44 - MALLORY SINGLETON 6-2 • P • SR-3L FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS (FLOWER MOUND HS) 2012-13 (Junior): Averaged 13.4 minutes in 30 games with three starts... Scored 96 points, including a career-high 16 against Texas Southern (11/12)... Averaged 3.2 points per game, shooting 32.1 percent...Made six 3-pointers... Grabbed 84 rebounds, including a career-high eight against Montana State (11/24)...Also had 19 assists, 12 blocks and nine steals...Blocked three shots against Louisiana-Monroe (12/17)...Made 20 of 28 free throws, 71.4 percent.

Prep: Four-year letterwinner and two year team captain for coach Sherika Nelson at Flower Mound High School...Totaled 1,124 points, 761 rebounds and 161 blocks during her high school career...Named Flower Mound's most improved player in '06-07 and best offensive player from '07-08 to '09-10...Earned first-team all-district honors during junior and senior years...Ranked No. 185 prospect in the nation by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report.

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 23 games with one start, averaging 8.3 minutes per game…Scored 37 points and had 36 rebounds…Made two 3-point field goals…Scored a season-high five points against Alcorn State (11/12)… Had four rebounds against Houston (1/12).

Personal: Daughter of Kevin Singleton and Kelli Pieschel...Has one sibling, Macey Singleton...Two family members have graduated from SMU.

2010-11 (Freshman): Played in 19 games, averaging 7.5 minutes…Scored 1.8 points per game, shooting 38.7-percent from the field and 64.7-percent from the free throw line…Averaged 1.7 rebounds per game…Had four assists with five blocks and four steals...vs. Rice (2/6) Scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds, both season-highs…vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/1) Had two blocks.

SINGLETON'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS Min 2010-11 19 0 142 2011-12 23 1 190 2012-13 30 3 403 TOTAL 72 4 735

Avg 7.5 8.3 13.4 10.2

FG 12 14 35 61

FGA 31 56 109 196

Pct .387 .250 .321 .311

FG 0 2 6 8

FGA 2 10 27 39

Pct .000 .200 .222 .205

FT FTA Pct 11 17 .647 7 17 .412 20 28 .714 38 62 .613

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 13 19 32 1.7 10 26 36 1.6 26 58 84 2.8 49 103 152 2.1

PF 23 20 45 88

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Ast 4 10 19 33

TO 10 20 27 57

Blk Stl 5 4 2 3 12 9 19 16

Pts Avg 35 1.8 37 1.6 96 3.2 168 2.3

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Number When 16 vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) 7 vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) 13 vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) 2 vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) 3 Four times - Last vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) 6 at Rice (2/6/11) 6 at Rice (2/6/11) 8 vs. Montana State (11/24/12) 3 Twice - Last vs. La.-Monroe (12/17/12) 2 vs. North Texas (11/15/12) 3 vs. La.-Monroe (12/17/12)

Q & A WITH MALLORY Parents Kevin Singleton and Kelli Pieschel

Favorite Athlete? Jason Witten

Siblings Macey

Dream Car? Red Chevy Tahoe

Major Accounting and Economics

Favorite Musician? Miranda Lambert

What drives you every day? The goals and plans I have for myself

Favorite Thing About SMU? Being close to home

Favorite Food? Mexican food

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Biggest Influence? My parents and sister

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31 - DESTYNEE HIVES-Mc HIVES-McCRAY 6-0 • F • JR-2L ARLINGTON, TEXAS (MARTIN HS) 2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in all 31 games with 24 starts...Second on the team in rebounds, averaging 6.3 per game...Fourth on the team in points, with 8.4 per game...Had a team-high seven double-doubles...Opened the season with 13 points and 10 rebounds in the win against Alcorn State (11/10)...Scored a career-high 22 points with 10 rebounds in a win at Southern Miss (1/17), and went 8-for-10 at the free throw line in the game...Grabbed a career-high 15 rebounds with 14 points in the triple-overtime win against UAB (2/7)...Scored at least 10 points 12 times...Shot 70.0 percent from the free throw line, and made the first 19 straight before her first miss in the eighth game of the season...Shot 44.3 percent from the field...Made a career-high seven field goals four times... Also had 27 assists, 21 blocks and nine steals...Had a career-high five assists at Southern Miss...Blocked a career-high four shots against Tulsa (2/21).

High School: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Brook Brittain at Arlington Martin High School…Team captain as a senior…Earned First Team All-District, District MVP and 2011 Offensive Player of the Year during her career…Earned the Principal’s Award…Richard Greene Scholar…Named Academic All-District. Personal: Full name is Destynee Corinne Hives-McCray…Daughter of Darryll McCray and Sandra Hives-McCray…Has an older brother, Derryll…Chose SMU because of the “great academics and amazing coaching staff”…Her father has had the biggest influence in her career…Would like to switch places for a day with Dwayne Wade…Favorite restaurant is Olive Garden…Favorite movie is Love and Basketball…Major is environmental engineering with a minor in business.

2011-12 (Freshman): Averaged 7.8 minutes in 27 games…Averaged 2.1 points and 2.1 rebounds…Made 19 field goals and was 19-of-28 from the free throw line…Had 11 blocks and eight steals…Posted nine assists…Scored a season-high nine points against TAMU-CC (12/18)…Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds twice, against Northwestern State (12/5) and against East Carolina (1/22).

HIVES-MCCRAY'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS Min 2011-12 27 0 211 2012-13 31 24 703 TOTAL 58 24 914

Avg 7.8 22.7 15.8

FG FGA Pct 19 55 .345 102 230 .443 121 285 .425

FG FGA Pct 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct 19 28 .679 56 80 .700 75 108 .694

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 24 34 58 2.1 97 98 195 6.3 121 132 253 4.4

PF 27 87 114

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Ast 9 27 36

TO 16 55 71

Blk Stl 11 8 21 9 32 17

Pts Avg 57 2.1 260 8.4 317 5.5

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Number 22 7 16 0 0 8 10 15 5 1 3

When at Southern Miss (1/17/13) at Southern Miss (1/17/13) at Southern Miss (1/17/13)

at Southern Miss (1/17/13) at Southern Miss (1/17/13) vs. UAB (2/7/13) at Southern Miss (1/17/13) 10 times - Last vs. La.-Monroe (12/17/12) vs. Northwestern State (12/5/11)

Q & A WITH DESTYNEE Parents Darryll and Sandra

Pregame Ritual? I talk to my dad before every game

Siblings Derryll

What do you love most about SMU? The community-like atmosphere

Major Geophysics

Favorite Athlete? Dwayne Wade

Biggest Influence? My family

Favorite Food? Seafood

Dream Car? Bentley GTC

Favorite Band? Dave Matthews Band

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32 - RAVEN SHORT 5-11 • G • JR-2L FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS (MARCUS HS) 2012-13: Redshirted. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 31 games with four starts, averaging 13.5 minutes…Scored 3.9 points per game with 2.7 rebounds…Shot 34.6 percent from beyond the arc (18-of-52)…Made 44 field goals and went 15-for-22 at the free throw line…Had 21 steals and 16 blocks…Recorded 36 assists…Scored a career-high 16 points against Memphis (2/9)…Also reached double figures with 11 points against Wake Forest (12/21)…Made a career-high three 3-pointers at Marshall (1/15)…Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds twice, against Wake Forest (12/21) and at Houston (2/2)…Had four steals at UTEP (2/23).

High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Kit Kyle at Marcus High School in Lewisville, Texas...Earned first-team 6-5A All-District honors for three years... Named 6-5A District MVP and first team TABC All-Region during senior year... Named Marcus High School Varsity Team MVP for senior year. Personal: Daughter of Reginald and Jo Ann Short...Has two siblings, Asia and Isaiah...Majoring in corporate communications and public affairs while at SMU.

2010-11 (Freshman): Played in 16 games, averaging 7.6 minutes…Averaged 1.3 points and rebounds per game…Was 7-of-27 from the field and 7-of-13 from the free throw line…Had 10 steals, six assists and six blocks... vs. Marshall (2/10) Scored a season-high seven points… vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/1) Had two assists, two steals and two blocks.

SHORT'S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP 16 31 47

GS 0 4 4

Min 121 418 539

Avg FG 7.6 7 13.5 44 11.5 51

FGA 27 130 157

Pct .259 .338 .325

FG FGA Pct 0 9 .000 18 52 .346 18 61 .295

FT FTA Pct 7 13 .538 15 22 .682 22 35 .629

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 5 15 20 1.3 15 69 84 2.7 20 84 104 2.2

PF 14 37 51

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Ast 6 36 42

TO 14 55 69

Blk 6 16 22

Stl 10 21 31

Pts Avg 21 1.3 121 3.9 142 3.0

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Number 16 7 9 3 5 4 4 7 5 4 2

When vs. Memphis (2/9/12) vs. Memphis (2/9/12) Twice - last vs. Tulane (2/26/12) at Marshall (1/15/12) at Marshall (1/15/12) vs. North Texas (12/7/10) Twice - last vs. Alcorn State (11/12/11) Twice - last at Houston (2/2/12) vs. UTSA (11/21/10) at UTEP (2/23/12) Five times - last at UTEP (2/23/12)

Q & A WITH RAVEN Parents Reginald and Jo Ann Short

Favorite Musician? Andy Mineo

Siblings Asia and Isaiah

Favorite thing about SMU? The opportunities it offers

Major Communication Studies and Public Relations

What is your favorite food? I love all foods

What drives you every day? Striving to become the best I can be

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Favorite Athlete? Lebron James

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33 - BRITTNEY HARDY 6-1 • F • SO-1L FRISCO, TEXAS (OKLAHOMA STATE) 2012-13: Redshirted. 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 10 games with four starts after transferring from Oklahoma State at the semester break…Averaged 5.4 points and 5.4 rebounds in 15.6 minutes per game…Made 20 field goals and connected on one 3-pointer… Shot 61.9 percent from the free throw line, sinking 13-of-21 attempts…Had eight steals and seven blocks…Recorded eight assists…Scored a season-high 10 points against Southern Miss (2/12), going 5-of-9 from the field, and grabbed a season-high 13 rebounds against Memphis (2/9).

High School: McDonald's All-America nominee at Frisco High School...Named All-State and All-Region by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches... Averaged 18.0 points and 12.4 rebounds per game during her senior season. Personal: Full name is Brittney Lynn Hardy...Born Sept. 6, 1992 in Dallas... Daughter of Kenneth Hardy and Froncella Reece...Both parents competed in collegiate athletics...Has three siblings...Favorite restaurant is Salt Grass... Would like to have dinner with Candace Parker, Dwayne Wade, the President and Beyonce...Major is sports management.

Oklahoma State: Played 20 minutes over four games...Grabbed 15 rebounds with a block and two steals...Transferred to SMU after one semester.

HARDY'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP OSU (11-12) 4 SMU (11-12) 10 TOTAL 14

GS 0 4 4

Min 20 156 176

Avg FG 5.0 0 15.6 20 12.6 20

FGA 4 55 59

Pct .000 .364 .339

FG FGA Pct 0 0 .000 1 4 .250 1 4 .250

FT FTA Pct 0 0 .000 13 21 .619 13 21 .619

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 7 8 15 3.8 26 28 54 5.4 33 36 69 4.9

PF 5 20 25

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FO 0 0 0

Ast 0 8 8

TO 2 23 25

Blk Stl 1 2 7 8 8 10

Pts Avg 0 0.0 54 5.4 54 3.9

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Number 10 5 10 1 2 3 5 13 3 3 2

When vs. Southern Miss (2/12/12) vs. Southern Miss (2/12/12) vs. Memphis (2/9/12) vs. Rice (2/19/12) at Tulsa (3/1/12) vs. Memphis (2/9/12) vs. Memphis (2/9/12) vs. Memphis (2/9/12) vs. Southern Miss (2/12/12) vs. Tulane (2/26/12) at Tulane (2/5/12)

Q & A WITH BRITTNEY Parents Kenneth Hardy and Froncella Reece

Who most influenced your career? My mother

Major Psychology

Career Goals? Become a registered nurse

What is your dream car? Range Rover

Favorite thing about SMU? The pretty campus

Who is your favorite athlete? Candace Parker What is your favorite food? Soul food and seafood

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3 - GABRIELLE WILKINS 5-9 • G • SO-1L GARLAND, TEXAS (GARLAND HS) 2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 29 games with three starts, averaging 17.6 minutes per game in her first season...Tied a Conference USA single-game record and broke the SMU record with 10 steals against SIU-Edwardsville (11/23)...Named C-USA Freshman of the Week on Nov. 19...Averaged 6.0 points per game and finished the season with 42 steals...Also had 72 rebounds and 21 assists...Scored a season-high 14 points at Southern Miss (1/17), and scored at least 10 in six games, including an 11-point, five-rebound performance in her collegiate debut against North Texas (11/15)...Had a double-double against SIU-Edwardsville with 12 points and 10 steals...Scored nine points, including a pair of free throws with six seconds left, to lead SMU to a 73-71 win at home against UTEP (3/3) to secure the C-USA regular-season championship...Shot 38.2 percent from the field and made eight of 22 3-point attempts (36.4).

High School: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Lee Ann Stephenson at Garland High School…McDonald’s All-America nominee as a senior…Four-time team MVP at Garland…Was an Honor Roll student…Led Garland to a District Championship as a junior…Named All-State as a senior…Three-time District 10-5A MVP…Named to All-Region team as a junior…Selected as Garland’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and Outstanding Athlete of the Year as a senior…Also earned several All-Tournament awards...Served as a team captain…Was named Outstanding Freshman of the Year…Also lettered in track. Personal: Daughter of Gary and Toni Wilkins…Born July 16, 1994 in Dallas, Texas…Has two sisters, Tanesha and Brittani, and a brother, Gary…Both of her parents and sisters played collegiate sports…Names her brother as her biggest fan…One thing people don’t know about her is she can dance like Michael Jackson…Favorite actor is Denzel Washington…Favorite restaurant is The Cheesecake Factory.

WILKINS' CAREER STATISTICS Year 2012-13 TOTAL

GP GS Min 29 3 511 29 3 511

Avg FG 17.6 58 17.6 58

FGA Pct 152 .382 152 .382

FG FGA Pct 8 22 .364 8 22 .364

FT FTA Pct 49 84 .583 49 84 .583

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 33 39 72 2.5 33 39 72 2.5

PF 41 41

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Ast TO 21 22 21 22

Blk Stl 4 42 4 42

Pts Avg 173 6.0 173 6.0

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Number When 14 at Southern Miss (1/17/13) 6 at Southern Miss (1/17/13) 10 vs. UT-Pan Am (12/1/12) 2 vs. Montana State (11/24/12) 3 Three times - Last at TCU (11/28/12) 8 vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) 10 vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) 5 Twice - Last at Southern Miss (1/17/13) 3 vs. UCF (1/13/13) 10 vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) 1 Three times - Last at Southern Miss (1/17/13)

Q & A WITH GABRIELLE Parents Gary and Toni

Favorite Food? Chicken fried steak

Siblings Tanesha, Brittani and Gary

Biggest Influence? My parents

Major Advertising and Business

Favorite Athlete? Serena Williams

Favorite Actor? Denzel Washington

Favorite Musician? Michael Jackson

Dream Car? 2013 Camaro Hot Wheels Edition

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NEWCOMERS 12 - MORGAN BOLTON 5-6 • G • SO-TR DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS (ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK)

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Brock High School...Led Brock to four state championships, earning three state tournament MVP awards...Named as a Texas McDonald's All-American and TABC 2A Player of the Year...Four-time all-state and all-region selection...Averaged 25.6 points, 8.8 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game during her senior season...Also lettered in track and field, winning nine gold medals, including the UIL Track and Field Championship in the girls 800 meters.

UALR (2012-13): Played in 24 games, making one start... Averaged 1.7 points and 1.1 rebounds per game... Went 11-34 from the field (32.4 percent), 4-13 (30.8 percent) from beyond the arc and 15-23 (65.2) from the line... After starting the season missing her first six three-point attempts, hit 4-of-7 from downtown... Scored a career-best 10 points, tallied six assists and grabbed four rebounds in UALR's win at Troy (Jan. 5). High School: Played for head coach Cathy Self-Morgan at Duncanville HS, where she averaged 11.5 points, 3.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals as a senior ... Helped lead the Panthers to a 2012 State Championship ... Compiled a 71-8 record when starting at point guard for the Panthers in four years ... Helped the team go 28-0 in district play in the 2011-12 season ... Named to the 2012 5A State All-Tournament Team ... ... McDonald's All-America nominee ... Named to the 2012 5A State All-Academic Team ... Graduated in top ten percent of her class. Personal: Born on Sept. 24, 1993 in Dallas, Texas ... Parents are Terrell and Glenda Bolton ... Has one brother Terrell, and one sister, Tayler ... Plans to major in Biology.

2 - KAMY COLE

00 - KIARA PERRY 5-10 • G • FR-HS DUNCANVILLE, TEXAS (DUNCANVILLE HS)

High School: Named Most Valuable Player after leading the Duncanville High School Pantherettes to their second straight 5A Texas State Championship and 70th consecutive win...Named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 5A All-State team in 2012...Averaged 11.1 points per game with 6.8 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 2.4 assists...Pulled down a game-high 15 rebounds in the state championship game win over Dekaney last season...Two-time all-district and academic all-district...Named Co-Best Offensive Player at Duncanville in 2012. Personal: Full name is Kiara Michelle Perry...Daughter of Donnell Perry and Kennya Redmond...Born Sept. 22, 1995 in Fort Worth...Favorite athletes include Jason Witten, Allyson Felix and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce...Enjoys skating... One of her favorite places to travel to is New Orleans...Plans to major in sports management.

5-9 • G • SO-TR BROCK, TEXAS (TCU)

TCU (2012-13): Played in 30 games with 22 starts as a freshman...Averaged 9.8 points per game and was second on the team with 57 3-point field goals made...Shot 32.2 percent from behind the arc...Had a team-high 51 steals and 41 assists...Second among starters with a 77.4 free-throw percentage...Led TCU in scoring five times, including a 22-point performance in the season opener... Scored a season-high 23 points against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi...Reached double digits in scoring 14 times, including nine games against Big 12 opponents.

BOLTONS' CAREER STATISTICS Year UALR TOTAL*

GP GS Min 24 1 177 24 1 177

Avg FG 7.4 11 7.4 11

FGA Pct 34 .324 34 .324

FG FGA Pct 4 13 .308 4 13 .308

FT FTA Pct 15 23 .652 15 23 .652

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 5 21 26 1.1 5 21 26 1.1

PF 19 19

FO 0 0

Ast TO 25 30 25 30

Blk Stl 0 9 0 9

Pts Avg 41 1.7 41 1.7

PF 65 65

FO 0 0

Ast TO 41 54 41 54

Blk Stl 3 51 3 51

Pts Avg 294 9.8 294 9.8

COLE'S CAREER STATISTICS Year TCU TOTAL*

GP GS Min 30 22 785 30 22 785

Avg FG 26.2 98 26.2 98

FGA Pct 312 .314 312 .314

FG FGA Pct 57 177 .322 57 177 .322

FT FTA Pct 41 53 .774 41 53 .774

|---------Rebound--------| Off Def Tot Avg 17 48 65 2.2 17 48 65 2.2

* Statistics from prior team/school

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RHONDA ROMPOLA HEAD COACH SMU, '83 23RD SEASON When Rhonda Rompola first took over the SMU women's basketball team as head coach in 1991, she claimed that she was establishing a winning tradition, guiding SMU to a 17-12 record in her debut season. The time was taken to build tradition and Rompola has forged ahead the past 20 seasons with record winning percentages and the first postseason tournament appearances in school history. In her 22 years as head coach, Rompola has tallied a 401-263 mark, earning her 400th career victory Feb. 21, 2013, in a win over Tulsa. The veteran coach led a young 2012-13 squad, which consisted of just one senior, to the C-USA Regular-Season Championship and the program's ninth 20-win season, all during her tenure. The Mustangs also advanced to the WNIT, the 12th postseason appearance since Rompola took over the reins. Under her leadership, Keena Mays was named C-USA Player of the Year, and Alisha Filmore and Akil Simpson joined Mays on the All-C-USA team. SMU finished the season 21-10, 12-4 C-USA, and won 10 straight, the second longest win streak in program history. Rompola guided a young 2011-12 team, which was led by sophomore Akil Simpson, an All-C-USA selection, to a 14-17 record and a win over Marshall in the Conference USA tournament before falling to host Memphis. She recorded her 369th career win with a 47-38 win over TCU on Nov. 17, 2011. The win gave her more than any other SMU head coach all-time in any sport. In 2010-11, a team comprised of sophomores and junior at the core finished 14-16. Samatha Mahnesmith was named MVP, averaging 10.2 points per game on 34.6-percent shooting from three-point range. Christine Elliott led SMU in scoring, 10.5 ppg, and rebounding, 7.3 rpg. The 2009-10 team, led by senior guards Brittany Gilliam and Jillian Samuels, earned a WNIT appearance and finished the year with a 20-11 record. The Mustangs reached 20 wins for the third consecutive season, which totals a program-best threeyear span of 64 wins between the 2007-08 and 2009-10 seasons. The Mustangs were particularly strong at home during the season, compiling a 13-3 record at Moody Coliseum. The 2008-09 season saw the Mustangs reach the postseason for a second straight year after winning the regular season title giving them a berth in the WNIT. The 44 combined wins between the 2008 and 2009 seasons set a new high for most wins in back-to-back seasons in SMU history. Rompola's recruiting skills showed through when freshman Christine Elliott put on a record performance, grabbing 21 rebounds in a Feb. 26 game against Tulane.

Rompola led the Mustangs to their first Conference USA Tournament Title, earning the program's first NCAA bid since 2000. The Mustangs finished with a 20-12 record, losing just four conference games during the year, Janielle Dodds was named to the AP All-America team and earned her fourth All-Conference honor. Delisha Wills was also named to the All-C-USA team. The 2006-07 season saw Rompola guide SMU to an 18-win season while helping Janielle Dodds (All-C-USA) and Delisha Wills (C-USA All-Freshman) to individual honors. SMU advanced to the quarterfinals of the C-USA Championship and closed out the season by winning five of its last seven games. Rompola also signed one of SMU's best recruiting classes in years, adding state championship game MVPs Haley Day and LaShandra Hill. During the 2005-06 campaign, the Mustangs claimed third place in their inaugural year in Conference USA, posting a 16-14 record and reached the semifinals of the league tournament, held for the first time at SMU. Then-sophomore post Janielle Dodds continued her strong play, earning first-team All-Conference USA honors, while then-senior forward Sarah Davis closed out her career with more than 1,000 points scored, and became SMU's all-time shot blocker during the course of the season. In its final year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference (2004-05), the Mustangs posted a 19-11 record and reached postseason play after being invited to the WNIT. SMU earned 13 home victories -- a program-best record. With a group of freshmen, the young Mustangs gained valuable experience which will pay off in future years. Dodds earned the WAC's Newcomer of the Year award and was the recipient of Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-America honorable mention honors -- another program first. Dodds was one of only three freshmen in the country to be recognized. In the 2003-04 season, SMU opened by playing three top-25 teams in its first four games of the season. The Mustangs survived seven straight games on the road heading into conference play and produced their best games at Moody Coliseum, including a hard-fought battle against No. 6 Louisiana Tech. SMU finished the regular season as the fifth seed going into the WAC Tournament, but dropped an overtime decision in the quarterfinals. The 2002-03 campaign proved to be a season in which the SMU women's basketball team built its future upon. The Mustang squad -- including three seniors, two juniors, three sophomores and two freshmen -- produced a solid foundation for a bright future. SMU posted a 16-15 record, highlighted by a 71-68 upset victory over 15th-ranked Oklahoma in Norman. The Mustangs closed out the season by winning four of their last six games and reached the semifinals of the 2003 WAC Tournament. With 11 active players to start the 2001-02 season, the Mustangs dropped to nine players after two sustained season-ending injuries. Each of the Mustangs garnered plenty of playing time and experience. In the 2000-01 season, Rompola guided the Mustangs to a 17-12 overall record with an 11-5 WAC record, finishing third in the league. Rompola also guided the Mustangs to back-to-back-to-back 20-win seasons (1998-99, 1999-2000) for the first time in school history. Named the 1999-2000 Dallas Morning News WAC Coach of the Year, Rompola and her staff saw the Mustangs achieve a first for the program -- the WAC regular season championship with only five returning letterwinners.

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After opening the 1999-2000 season with three wins, SMU dropped five straight games, but picked itself up and won the next 12 consecutive games -- a school record. The Mustangs took advantage of their home court, going 12-1 at Moody Coliseum -- another school record -- en route to winning the WAC regular season title. SMU made its third straight NCAA postseason appearance, its sixth in the last seven years. The 12th-seeded Mustangs defeated North Carolina State and became just the eighth No. 12 seed to advance in the NCAA Tournament. During the 1998-99 season, SMU claimed its first conference championship, defeating No. 4 Colorado State in the WAC Tournament final. The Mustangs won 13 of their final 15 games, including a school-record eight in a row. With its victory over Colorado State, SMU toppled the highest-ranked opponent ever. The Mustangs followed that by knocking off No. 25 Toledo in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. It was the first time SMU had defeated ranked opponents in back-to-back games. While Rompola added several firsts to her list of accomplishments in 1998-99, it was by no means the beginning of the list. Her initial year as head coach was billed "a season of firsts" because of the numerous records that SMU set with Rompola's fast-paced, high-pressure style of play. But the ink was barely dry in the record books when the 1992-93 Mustangs produced their own parade of "firsts." The 1993-94 team continued to carry the program to new heights. The Mustangs exploded on the scene in 1994-95, smashing a series of records. SMU set marks for victories (21), winning percentage (.677), SWC victories (nine), SWC finish (tied for second), points scored (2,515) and rebounds (1,336).

ROMPOLA YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Season Team

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1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

17-12 (.586) 20-10 (.667) 18-9 (.667) 21-10 (.677) 19-11 (.633) 19-11 (.633) 21-8 (.724) 20-11 (.645) 22-9 (.660) 17-12 (.586) 12-18 (.400) 16-15 (.516) 13-15 (.464) 19-11 (.633) 16-14 (.533) 18-12 (.600) 24-9 (.727) 20-12 (.625) 20-11 (.645) 14-16 (.467) 14-17 (.452) 21-10 (.677)

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C-USA Tournament C-USA Reg. Season

C-USA Reg. Season

Postseason None NWIT Final NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round None NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA 2nd Round None None None None WNIT 1st Round None None NCAA 1st Round WNIT 1st Round WNIT 1st Round None None WNIT 1st Round

401-263 (.604)

COACHING HONORS 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1994-95 1999-2000

Dallas Morning News, Houston Post SWC Coach of the Year Dallas Morning News SWC Coach of the Year USA Today Midseason National Coach of the Year (honorable mention) Houston Post SWC Coach of the Year Dallas Morning News WAC Coach of the Year

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The 1995-96 campaign featured a strong senior-laden squad, loaded with experience. The Mustangs posted their third straight postseason NCAA appearance and closed out the season with a 19-11 mark. The 1996-97 Mustangs put up an identical win-loss mark but, as a bubble team, were bypassed for NCAA postseason play. While Rompola's 1991-92 squad earned a vote in the Associated Press top 25 poll for the first time, the Ponies rang up 34 points in the following year's poll. Perhaps the most significant sign of a program on the rise is its postseason progress. During the 1994-95 season, the Mustangs picked up their first votes in the final AP poll, collecting seven points. SMU continued that trend, receiving AP votes for 11 weeks. Before Rompola took over the helm, SMU had not beaten a ranked team. That trend has been altered completely, as six ranked teams have fallen to SMU during Rompola's tenure. In each of Rompola's first three years, SMU advanced to the semifinal round of the Southwest Conference Tournament, a feat never accomplished by the Mustangs. The 1994-95 team broke through the SWC barriers of the past and advanced to the championship game. The 1992-93 team was the first to play in a national postseason tournament, advancing to the championship game of the Women's National Invitational Tournament. The Mustangs earned an appearance in the 1994 NCAA Tournament, where SMU received a No. 13 seed in the Mideast Region and lost in the first round to fourth-seed Louisiana Tech. In 1994-95, SMU earned a No. 10 seeding in the West Region and defeated No. 7 Southern Miss in the first round, 96-95 in overtime, for its first NCAA Tournament win in school history. The Mustangs then fell to second-seeded Stanford on the Cardinal home court, 95-73. During the 1995-96 season, SMU earned a NCAA postseason bid for the third straight year. Seeded 10th, the Mustangs lost to No. 7 seed DePaul, 96-82, in the first round of the Mideast Regional. In their first year as a member of the Western Athletic Conference, the Mustangs made their presence known, reaching the semifinals of the 1997 conference tournament held in Las Vegas, Nev. The excitement and enthusiasm surrounding SMU women's basketball has become contagious, as reflected by increased home attendance figures. SMU has established single-game and regular-season attendance records in recent seasons. In 1995-96, the Mustangs averaged 1,428 fans per home game. A crowd of 4,019 witnessed the contest between SMU and Texas Tech. Rompola, who graduated from SMU with a business degree in 1983, originally played at Old Dominion. She played on the Monarchs' AIAW national championship teams in 1979 and 1980. In two seasons, Rompola averaged 10.4 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 3.5 assists while shooting 51.6 percent from the floor and 83.9 percent from the foul line. She recently was honored with honorable mention honors on the all-time Lady Monarch basketball team.

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After transferring to SMU, Rompola led the 1981-82 Mustangs to an 18-15 record, the last winning season by SMU until she became head coach in 1991-92. The 18 wins during that season were also a school record until 1992-93. Rompola led the Mustangs in points (683), scoring average (21.3 ppg) and rebounds (8.8) in 1981-82. She still holds the school records for season scoring (total and average) as well as free throw percentage (.863). Her record of 278 rebounds in a season was broken by Shasta Smothers-Johnson in 1984-85 (310). Rompola stresses the importance of SMU's academic excellence. "SMU offers a total package, which is extremely attractive," Rompola says. "It's a renowned university with small classs, providing an education second to none. "The SMU women's basketball program has risen to national levels in a relatively short amount of time. We intend to maintain our status within the basketball elite for a long time. We pride ourselves in the closeness between the team and the coaches -- it's a true family atmosphere." SMU is a "home away from home" for the players, which Rompola says is a key factor in the Mustangs' success. "I believe that one of the reasons why we're successful on the court is because we play as a team, a close-knit family," Rompola says. "You have the benefits of a small university, but SMU also is located in Dallas, one of the largest cities in the country, where the opportunities after graduation are endless." Rompola and her husband, Mike Dement, were married in June 2007. She attended War Memorial High School in Sayreville, N.J., where she was a three-time all-state and all-conference performer, leading her team to a 44-8 record and the 1978 Central Jersey Championship. In May of 2005, Rompola was inducted into her high school's Hall of Fame as a member of the inaugural class.

ROMPOLA VS. ALL OPPONENTS Air Force .............................................4-0 Akron ..................................................1-0 Alabama..............................................0-1 Alaska-Anchorage ..............................1-0 Alcorn State ........................................3-0 Arizona State ......................................1-0 Arkansas .............................................2-4 Arkansas-Little Rock ...........................1-1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ............................2-0 Arkansas State ...................................2-1 Baylor................................................ 11-0 Boise State .........................................6-2 Boston College ...................................0-2 Boston University ................................1-0 Bowling Green ....................................0-1 Bradley................................................1-0 BYU ....................................................5-1 California.............................................1-0 Cal State Fullerton ..............................1-0 Central Michigan .................................1-0 Charlotte .............................................0-1 Chattanooga .......................................0-1 Colorado .............................................0-1 Colorado State ....................................2-3 Coppin State .......................................1-0 Dartmouth ...........................................1-0 Denver ................................................1-0 DePaul ................................................0-1 Detroit Mercy ......................................1-0 Duke ...................................................0-1 East Carolina ......................................5-5 Eastern Michigan ................................1-0 Eastern Illinois ....................................1-1 Florida A&M ........................................1-0

Florida International ............................1-0 Fordham .............................................1-0 Fresno State .......................................9-9 George Washington ............................1-1 Georgia ...............................................0-2 Georgia Southern ...............................1-0 Grambling State ..................................1-0 Hampton .............................................2-0 Harvard ...............................................1-0 Hawaii ...............................................4-12 Hofstra ................................................2-0 Houston ..........................................17-10 Indiana ................................................0-1 Indiana State.......................................1-0 Jacksonville ........................................0-1 Kansas ................................................1-3 Kent ....................................................1-0 Lamar..................................................1-0 Liberty .................................................0-1 Louisiana-Lafayette ............................1-0 Louisiana-Monroe ...............................2-0 Louisiana Tech ..................................0-14 Louisville .............................................1-0 Loyola Marymount ..............................1-0 LSU .....................................................1-3 Maine ..................................................2-0 Manhattan ...........................................0-1 Marshall ..............................................9-1 Maryland .............................................1-0 Memphis .............................................6-4 Mercer.................................................1-0 Miami (Fla.) .........................................1-0 Michigan State ....................................0-1 Mississippi ..........................................1-0

Missouri ..............................................1-0 Montana State ....................................1-0 Nevada ...............................................7-4 Nevada-Las Vegas .............................3-1 New Hampshire ..................................0-1 New Mexico ........................................2-2 New Mexico State ...............................2-0 New Orleans .......................................1-0 Northwestern ......................................1-0 Northwestern State .............................1-0 NC-Charlotte .......................................1-0 NC-Greensboro ..................................1-0 North Carolina State ...........................1-0 North Texas.......................................19-5 Northeast Illinois ................................1-0 Notre Dame ........................................0-1 Oklahoma ...........................................4-5 Oklahoma State ..................................1-1 Old Dominion ......................................0-1 Oral Roberts .......................................2-0 Oregon State ......................................1-0 Pennsylvania ......................................1-0 Portland ..............................................0-1 Prairie View A&M ................................1-0 Princeton.............................................1-0 Radford ...............................................1-0 Rice.................................................23-25 Sam Houston State.............................8-0 San Diego State..................................4-1 San Jose State .................................13-3 SIU-Edwardsville ................................1-0 SMS ....................................................0-1 South Florida ......................................0-1 Southeast Louisiana ...........................1-0

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Southern Cal .......................................0-2 Southern Illinois ..................................1-0 Southern Miss .....................................6-3 Southwest Texas State .......................1-1 Stanford ..............................................0-1 Stephen F. Austin ................................6-3 Stony Brook ........................................1-0 Texas ................................................3-10 Texas-Arlington ...................................7-1 Texas A&M ........................................10-7 Texas A&M-CC ...................................4-1 TCU ..................................................22-9 Texas-Pan Am.....................................1-0 Texas-San Antonio ..............................6-0 Texas Southern ...................................3-0 Texas Tech ........................................1-19 Toledo .................................................1-0 Tulane .............................................13-13 Tulsa ...............................................23-13 UAB ....................................................6-4 UCF ....................................................7-4 UC-Irvine.............................................1-0 Utah ....................................................4-6 UTEP ................................................27-9 Virginia ................................................0-1 Virginia Tech .......................................1-1 Wake Forest ......................................1-2 Western Illinois ...................................1-0 Western Michigan ...............................1-0 Wichita State.......................................1-2 Wisconsin ...........................................1-0 Wisconsin-Green Bay .........................1-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee .........................0-1 Wyoming .............................................3-0

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LISA DARK ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH SMU, '91 23RD SEASON Lisa Dark, a 1991 SMU graduate, is entering her 23rd season as the associate head coach at her alma mater. Dark is responsible for the development of post players and also is involved heavily in recruiting, scheduling and opponent scouting. Dark has played an integral part in the establishment of a winning tradition at SMU. During her tenure, SMU has participated in the NCAA Tournament seven times (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000 and 2007-08) and five times in the Women's National Invitational Tournament (1993, 2005, 2009, 2010 and 2013). Dark also has helped coach 10 post players to 20 all-conference honors (Vicki Walterscheid, Kerri Delaney, Kim Brungardt, Claudia Brassard, Karlin Kennedy, Sarah Davis, Janielle Dodds, Delisha Wills and Christine Elliott, as well as current player Akil Simpson). During the 1998-99 season, SMU achieved a first for the program - a Western Athletic Conference tournament championship. SMU defeated fourth-ranked Colorado State to win the league tournament and earn its first automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament. Another first took place in the 1999-2000 season as the Mustangs captured their first regular season conference championship. After an upset of NC State, SMU moved to the round of 32. The Mustangs became just the eighth No. 12 seed to advance in the tournament. The Mustangs have won two conference tournament titles during Dark's time as an assistant (WAC - 1999, C-USA - 2008) and three regular season championships (WAC - 2000, C-USA - 2009 and 2013). "It would be difficult to describe how wonderful my experience has been here at SMU," Dark says. "I love our staff and we really enjoy each other, both in and out of the office. Recruiting to a school you care about as much as I do about SMU is pretty easy -- I absolutely bleed Mustang red and blue." Dark played for two seasons at SMU after transferring from Tyler (Texas) Junior College in 1988. In 1990, she received SMU's Outstanding Defensive Player Award. She was the only Mustang to start all 26 games. During her senior season, she posted career highs with 17 points against Wake Forest and 12 rebounds against TCU. Dark earned her bachelor's degree in English from SMU in 1991 and her Master of Liberal Arts degree from SMU in 1993. She is a graduate of Lee High School in Tyler, Texas.

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DENEEN PARKER ASSISTANT COACH/RECRUITING COORDINATOR STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, '94 19TH SEASON Deneen Parker begins her 19th year as an assistant coach with the SMU women's basketball program. As the Mustangs' recruiting coordinator, she is involved with the development of perimeter players and opponent scouting. Parker has played an integral part in the establishment of a winning tradition at SMU. During her tenure, SMU has been a five-time participant in the NCAA Tournament (1995-96, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00 and 2007-2008) and a fourtime participant in the Women's National Invitational Tournament (2004-05, 2008-2009, 2009-10 and 2012-13). During the 1998-99 season, SMU achieved a first for the program -- a Western Athletic Conference Tournament Championship. Another first was achieved in the 1999-2000 season as the Mustangs captured their first WAC regular-season conference championship. The Mustangs have won two conference tournament titles during Parker's time as an assistant (WAC - 1999, C-USA - 2008) and three regular season championships (WAC - 2000, C-USA - 2009 and 2013). "I love, respect and appreciate the responsibility of my position on this staff," Parker said. "Teamwork makes the dream work - with that said, count on us working together toward our dream of continuing a winning tradition for SMU women's basketball." Prior to joining the SMU staff in August 1995, Parker was a four-year letterwinner at Stephen F. Austin in Nacogdoches, Texas (1990-94). Named the 1993-94 Athlete of the Year her senior year, Parker was also a two-time Southland Conference Player of the Year selection as well as a two-time District VI Kodak All-American. While at SFA, her team won the Southland Conference championship and reached the Sweet 16 at the NCAA Tournament all four years. In 2010, Parker was named to SF Austin's Hall of Fame to commemorate her legendary career with the Lumberjacks.

Parker was a member of the gold medal women's basketball team (South) at the 1990-91 U.S. Olympic Sports Festival. In 1994, after playing professional basketball for six months overseas, Parker returned to Texas and coached a ninth-grade youth summer league in Arlington. Parker graduated with a bachelor's degree in 1994, majoring in communications with a minor in marketing. Although Parker's roots are in Rockford, Ill., she has resided in Dallas, Texas, for the majority of her life and considers Texas her home. Parker is a 1989 graduate of James W. Martin High School in Arlington.

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DANNY HUGHES ASSISTANT COACH/ACADEMIC COORDINATOR TCU, '90 5TH SEASON Danny Hughes enters his fifth season at SMU. He comes to Dallas after previous coaching stops at St. John's, Houston and Sam Houston State following a standout playing career at TCU. While an assistant for the Red Storm in 2008-09, he helped guide the team to the third round of the WNIT, marking just the second time in program history St. John's had advanced that far. Hughes' duties included working with the guards, and he was able to help shooting guard Monique McLean garner an All-Big East second-team selection. Hughes also was part of a staff that recruited one of the higest ranked classes ever at St. Johnn's (ESPN #11) Before going to St. John's, Hughes spent three seasons at Houston. While with the Cougars, he was responsible for all aspects of recruiting while also overseeing compliance, fundraising, practice and game preparation, as well as coordination of all scouting reports. During the 2008 season, Hughes served as the program's interim head coach, leading Houston to a 15-16 mark, its best record in three years. Hughes took the reins of the team only nine days before the start of the season, after UH head coach Joe Curl took a leave of absence for health reasons. During his tenure as head coach, the Cougars ran off an eight-game consecutive conference win streak, their longest since 2004. Hughes guided the Cougars to a first-round bye in the Conference-USA tournament, its first in three years. Prior to Houston, Hughes was an assistant at Trinity Valley Community College for five years, Hughes handled recruiting duties as well as overseeing the team's academic progress. While coaching TVCC, the team made the Region XIV playoffs three times and included the top junior college player in America in 2001. From 1992-2000, Hughes served as athletic director and men's basketball coach at Cross Roads High School in his hometown of Malakoff, Texas. He led his squad to a 24-6 record and a state playoff appearance in his first season at the helm. His coaching record was 123-89 and his success as athletic director enabled Hughes to be the first inductee in the school's athletic hall of fame in 2001. During Hughes' second trip to Trinity Valley from 1991-92 he worked with the men's squad. Hughes worked with guards and post players while handling recruiting responsibilities for the state of Texas during the 1991-92 season.

Hughes began his coaching career at Sam Houston State University as a graduate assistant from 1990-91. During his time with the Bearkats, he worked with the guards and wings while assisting with scouting and recruiting duties. A former standout player at TCU, Hughes was one of the most prolific three-point shooters in school history. In two seasons (1987-89), Hughes shot 45 percent (108240) from behind the arc, a mark that ranks third on the Horned Frogs' career list. His single-season best of 45.2 percent (70-155) during the 1988-89 campaign ranks second on TCU's single-season chart. The two-year starter at shooting guard was a two-time winner of the Jim Killingsworth MVP award, given to the top men's basketball player that season. Prior to his arrival at TCU, Hughes was an all-region and all-league player at Trinity Valley Community College, where he helped lead his team to a 44-15 record from 1985-87. During his sophomore season, he earned MVP honors while averaging 14.6 points and 6.4 assists per game. He was also selected to play on the National Junior College All-Star Team, comprised of the top-12 junior college players in the country. In August of 2010, Hughes was elected to TVCC's Hall of Fame. Hughes is the father of two daughters, Griffin (14) and Grayson (10).

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SHAWNA LAVENDER DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS SMU, '97 2ND SEASON Shawna Lavender was named the Director of Basketball Operations for the Mustangs in May 2012. Lavender, formerly Shawna Ford, played for Rompola at SMU from 1993-97, and spent nine seasons as head coach at Abilene Christian University before returning to the Hilltop.

After graduating from SMU, Lavender attended graduate school at Abilene Christian, working as a graduate assistant for the women's basketball team. She then spent the next four seasons as an assistant before taking over as head coach prior to the 2003-04 season.

"Having Shawna back on the Hilltop is great for our program. She has performed well at every level, from playing at SMU to working as a head coach," Rompola said. "Her knowledge and experience will make our program better, and I could not be more excited about her decision to return to her alma mater."

As a point guard at SMU from 1993-97, Lavender led the Mustangs to a 76-41 overall record, and scored a career-high 42 points, second most in school history, in a historic four-overtime victory over TCU during the 1996-97 season. As a senior, she led the Mustangs with 130 assists and 46 3-point field goals made. She scored 313 points, averaging 10.4 per game during her final season. She was also a team captain for two seasons.

Lavender posted a 149-111 record overall at ACU, and led the Wildcats to seven Lone Star Conference tournament appearances and two NCAA Tournament berths. During her tenure at ACU, Lavender coached 17 All-Lone Star Conference selections, eight All-Region honorees and three All-Americans. She led the Wildcats to a 20-10 record during the 2004-05 season, the program's first 20-win season since 1999.

Lavender's duties as Director of Basketball Operations will include overseeing team travel, equipment, assisting with the budget and other day-to-day operations of the program. She is married to Mark Lavender and has one son, Austin.

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GRAMBLING STATE LADY TIGERS

TCU LADY FROGS

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Location: Grambling, La. Conference: Southwestern Athletic Arena: Fredrick C. Hodby Assembly Center (7,500) Head Coach: Patricia Cage Bibbs Record At School (Years): 244-123 (13) Overall Record (Years): 501-294 (27) Assistant Coaches: Lou Hamilton, Brittanie Taylor-James 2012-13 Record: 9-23 Conference Record/Finish: 6-12/T-9th Postseason: None Basketball SID: Santoria Black E-mail: blacks@gram.edu Office Phone: 318-274-6562 Website: www.gsutigers.com

Location: Fort Worth, Texas Conference: Big XII Arena: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (7,201) Head Coach: Jeff Mittie Record At School (Years): 285-161 (15) Overall Record (Years): 436-220 (22) Assistant Coaches: Brian Ostermann, Ebony Gilliam, Chris Johnson 2012-13 Record: 9-21 Conference Record/Finish: 2-16 /10th Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Matt Hoover E-mail: m.hoover@tcu.edu Office Phone: 817-257-7969 Press Row Phone: 817-257-7337 Website: www.gofrogs.com

Location: Cheney, Wash. Conference: Big Sky Arena: Reese Court (6,000) Head Coach: Wendy Schuller Record At School (Years): 161-193 (12) Overall Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Steve Lowe, Alison Hewa, Jessica Huntington 2012-13 Record: 19-13 Conference Record/Finish: 14-6/3rd Postseason: WNIT 1st Round Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Kyle Bruce E-mail: kbruce2@ewu.edu Office Phone: 509-359-6334 Press Row Phone: 509-359-6331 Website: www.goeags.com

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE DEVILETTES

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN LADYJACKS

KANSAS STATE WILDCATS

Location: Itta Bena, Miss. Conference: Southwestern Athletic Arena: R.W. Harrison HPER Complex (6,000) Head Coach: Elvis Robinson Record At School (Years): 17-15 (1) Overall Record (Years): Same Assistant Coach: LaTasha Thomas-Davis 2012-13 Record: 17-13 Conference Record/Finish: 12-6/T-2nd Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Basketball SID: Kenneth Mister E-mail: kcmister@mvsu.edu Office Phone: 662-254-3011 Website: www.mvsusports.com

Location: Nacogdoches, Texas Conference: Southland Arena: William R. Johnson Coliseum (7,203) Head Coach: Brandon Schneider Record At School (Years): 49-45 (3) Overall Record (Years): 355-117 (15) Assistant Coaches: Andy Majors, Jodi Greve, Damitria Buchanan 2012-13 Record: 14-17 Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/T-6th Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Kyle Rogers E-mail: rogerska1@sfasu.edu Office Phone: 936-468-4593 Website: www.sfajacks.com

Location: Manhattan, Kan. Conference: Big 12 Arena: Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) Head Coach: Deb Patterson Record at school (years): 339-207 (17) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Kamie Ethridge, Kelly Moylan, Shalee Lehning 2012-13 record: 19-18 Conference record/finish: 5-13/T-8th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 9/3 Starters returning/lost: 3/2 Basketball SID: Randy Peterson E-mail: rpeterson@kstatesports.com Office phone: 785-532-7975 Press row phone: 785-539-3423 Website: kstatesports.com

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VIRGINIA CAVALIERS

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA LADY LIONS

Location: Knoxville, Tenn. Conference: Southeastern Arena: Thompson-Boling Arena (21,678) Head Coach: Holly Warlick Record At School (Years): 27-8 (1) Overall Record (Years): Same Assistant Coaches: Kyra Elzy, Jolette Law, Dean Lockwood 2012-13 Record: 27-8 Conference Record/Finish: 14-2/1st Postseason: NCAA Elite Eight Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Basketball SID: Eric Trainer E-mail: etrainer@utk.edu Office Phone: 865-974-8173 Press Row Phone: 865-974-0110 Website: www.utsports.com

Location: Charlottesville, Va. Conference: Atlantic Coast Arena: John Paul Jones Arena (14,593) Head Coach: Joanne Boyle Record At School (Years): 41-25 (2) Overall Record (Years): 270-121 (11) Assistant Coaches: Cory McNeill, Kim McNeill, La'Keshia Frett Meredith 2012-13 Record: 16-14 Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/6th Postseason: None Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Basketball SID: Melissa Dudek E-mail: mmd5g@virginia.edu Office Phone: 434-982-5500 Press Row Phone: 434-296-5910 Website: www.virginiasports.com

Location: Hammond, La. Conference: Southland Conference Arena: University Center (7,561) Head Coach: Lori Davis Jones Record at school (years): 137-178 (11) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Eric Dumas, Bob Austin 2012-13 record: 11-18 Conference record/finish: 4-14/9th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 6/6 Starters returning/lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Kemmler Chapple E-mail: kchapple@southeastern.edu Office phone: 985-549-3221 Website: lionsports.net

UTEP MINERS

NICHOLLS STATE COLONELS

NORTH TEXAS MEAN GREEN

Location: El Paso, Texas Conference: Conference USA Arena: Don Haskins Center (12,222) Head Coach: Keitha Adams Record at school (years): 206-157 (12) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Ewa Laskowska, Bill Damuth 2012-13 record: 22-10 Conference record/finish: 8-8/T-5th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 7/6 Starters returning/lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Mark Brunner E-mail: mbrunner@utep.edu Office phone: 915-747-5722 Press row phone: 915-747-5154 Website: www.utepathletics.com

Location: Thibodaux, La. Conference: Southland Arena: Stopher Gym (3,800) Head Coach: DoBee Plaisance Record at school (years): 49-96 (5) Overall Record (years): 206-319 (18) Assistant coaches: Justin Payne, Mark Beason 2012-13 record: 19-11 Conference record/finish: 11-7/T-4th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 8/4 Starters returning/lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Jamie Bustos E-mail: jamie.bustos@nicholls.edu Office phone: 985-448-4281 Press row phone: 985-448-4294 Website: www.geauxcolonels.com

Location: Conference: Arena: Head Coach: Record at school (years): Overall Record (years): Assistant coaches:

Denton, Texas Conference USA The Super Pit (10,032) Mike Petersen 11-19 (1) 324-269 (20) Ashley Davis, Wesley Brooks, Karen Blair 2012-13 record: 11-19 Conference record/finish: 10-10/3rd West Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 7/3 Starters returning/lost: 3/2 Basketball SID: Steve Bartolotta E-mail: Steven.Bartolotta@unt.edu Office phone: 940-369-8329 Press row phone: 940-565-4674 Website: www.meangreensports.com

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RUTGERS SCARLET KNIGHTS

CONNECTICUT HUSKIES

Location: Louisville, Ky. Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: KFC Yum! Center (22,000) Head Coach: Jeff Walz Record at school (years): 148-65 (6) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Stephanie Norman, Sam Purcell, Samantha Williams 2012-13 record: 29-9 Conference record/finish: 11-5/T-3rd Postseason: NCAA Runner-Up Letterwinners returning/lost: 10/2 Starters returning/lost: 5/0 Basketball SID: Kim Pemberton E-mail: kimp@GoCards.com Office phone: 502-852-7711 Press row phone: 502-852-5567 Website: www.gocards.com

Location: Piscataway, N.J. Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: Louis Brown Athletic Center/RAC (8,000) Head Coach: C. Vivian Stringer Record at school (years): 381-197 (18) Overall Record (years): 901-332 (42) Assistant coaches: Tasha Pointer, Chelsea Newton, Tia Jackson 2012-13 record: 16-14 Conference record/finish: 7-9/T-9th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 8/5 Starters returning/lost: 2/3 Basketball SID: Kimberly Zivkovich E-mail: kzivkovich@scarletknights.com Office phone: 732-445-4200 Press row phone: 732-445-4200 Website: www.scarletknights.com

Location: Storrs, Conn. Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: Gampel Pavilion (10,167)/XL Center (16,294) Head Coach: Geno Auriemma Record at school (years): 839-133 (28) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Chris Dalley, Shea Ralph, Marisa Moseley 2012-13 record: 35-4 Conference record/finish: 14-2/2nd Postseason: NCAA Champions Letterwinners returning/lost: 8/3 Starters returning/lost: 3/2 Basketball SID: Pat McKenna E-mail: patrick.mckenna@uconn.edu Office phone: 860-486-3531 Press row phone: 860-244-0334 Website: www.uconnhuskies.com

UCF KNIGHTS

USF BULLS

TEMPLE OWLS

Location: Orlando, Fla. Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: CFE Arena (10,000) Head Coach: Joi Williams Record at school (years): 88-99 (6) Overall Record (years): 142-160 (10) Assistant coaches: Courtney Locke, Khalilah Mitchell, Brett Fink 2012-13 record: 16-18 Conference record/finish: 7-9/T-8th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 5/4 Starters returning/lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Jenna Marina E-mail: jmarina@athletics.ucf.edu Office phone: 407-823-2464 Press row phone: 407-823-2477 Website: www.ucfathletics.com

Location: Tampa, Fla. Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: Sun Dome (10,000) Head Coach: Jose Fernandez Record at school (years): 211-195 (13) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Jeff Osterman, Michele Woods-Baxter, Carrie Banks 2012-13 record: 22-11 Conference record/finish: 9-7/T-6th Postseason: NCAA 2nd Round Letterwinners returning/lost: 8/8 Starters returning/lost: 3/2 Basketball SID: Mark Heise E-mail: mheise@usf.edu Office phone: 813-974-5755 Press row phone: 813-974-8236 Website: www.gousfbulls.com

Location: Philadelphia, Penn. Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: Liacouras Center (10,200) Head Coach: Tonya Cardoza Record at school (years): 107-56 (5) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Way Veney, Meg Barber, Willnett Crockett, Stacey Nasser 2012-13 record: 14-18 Conference record/finish: 5-9/T-10th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 7-2 Starters returning/lost: 5/1 Basketball SID: Karen Auerbach E-mail: kauerbach@temple.edu Office phone: 215-204-3850 Website: www.owlsports.com

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HOUSTON COUGARS

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: Fifth Third Arena (13,176) Head Coach: Jamelle Elliott Record at school (years): 49-72 (4) Overall Record (years): Same Assistant coaches: Tasha McDowell, Katie Rokus, Aaron Swinson 2012-13 record: 12-18 Conference record/finish: 4-12/13th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 9/2 Starters returning/lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: Katie Botsis E-mail: katie.botsis@uc.edu Office phone: Office: 513-556-5191 Press row phone: 513-556-3800 Website: www.gobearcats.com

Location: Houston, Texas Conference: American Athletic Conference Arena: Hofheinz Pavilion (8,479) Head Coach: Todd Buchanan Record at school (years): 42-49 (3) Overall Record (years): 141-153 (10) Assistant coaches: Wade Scott, Ravon Justice, Leah Foster 2012-13 record: 13-17 Conference record/finish: 7-9/T-8th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 9/1 Starters returning/lost: 4/1 Basketball SID: TBD E-mail: TBD Office phone: 713-743-9404 Press row phone: 713-743-9414 Website: www.UHCougars.com

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MEMPHIS TIGERS

Location: Conference: Arena:

Memphis, Tenn. American Athletic Conference Elma Roane Fieldhouse (2,565) /FedEx Forum (18,400) Head Coach: Melissa McFerrin Record at school (years): 95-68 (5) Overall Record (years): 145-138 (9) Assistant coaches: Amy Stephens, Erin Grant, Jessica Bogla 2012-13 record: 17-15 Conference record/finish: 8-8/T-5th Postseason: None Letterwinners returning/lost: 7/6 Starters returning/lost: 2/3 Basketball SID: Tammy DeGroff E-mail: tdegroff@memphis.edu Office phone: 901-678-5787 Press row phone: 901-205-2759/901-678-2005 Website: www.gotigersgo.com

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2013-14 THE AMERICAN COMPOSITE SCHEDULE NOVEMBER Fri. Nov. 8

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American American CBSSN ESPNU SNY CBSSN American

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Wed. Jan. 1 SMU at Cincinnati UConn at UCF Louisville at Temple (McG) Sat. Jan. 4 Houston at Rutgers UCF at Temple (McG) USF at SMU Cincinnati at Louisville UConn at Memphis (FF) Tue. Jan. 7 Rutgers at Cincinnati Houston at UConn (GP) Temple at USF Memphis at SMU Sat. Jan. 11 Temple at UConn SMU at Rutgers Cincinnati at Houston Memphis at UCF Sun. Jan. 12 Louisville at USF Mon. Jan. 13 UConn at Baylor Tue. Jan. 14 SMU at Temple (LC) Rutgers at Memphis (RF) Wed. Jan. 15 UCF at Louisville Sat. Jan. 18 Temple at Cincinnati Houston at Memphis (RF) USF at UCF

Sun. Jan. 19 Louisville at SMU UConn at Rutgers Tue. Jan. 21 Cincinnati at USF Louisville at Houston Wed. Jan. 22 Rutgers at UCF Memphis at UConn (XL) Penn at Temple (McG) Sat. Jan. 25 UCF at Cincinnati Rutgers at Temple (McG) SMU at Houston Sun. Jan. 26 USF at UConn (XL) Memphis at Louisville Tue. Jan. 28 UConn at Temple (McG) Cincinnati at SMU Louisville at Rutgers Wed. Jan. 29 Houston at USF UCF at Memphis (RF)

SNY ESPN3 American ESPN3 SNY SNY American American SNY American American ESPNU ESPN2 American

American American

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UConn at Cincinnati Houston at UCF Temple at SMU Memphis at Rutgers USF at Louisville Louisville at UCF SMU at UConn (GP) Cincinnati at Rutgers Temple at Houston USF at Memphis (RF) Houston at Cincinnati UCF at USF Rutgers at SMU Louisville at UConn (GP) Memphis at Temple (LC) SMU at UCF Rutgers at Houston Memphis at Cincinnati Temple at Louisville Cincinnati at Temple (LC) UCF at Rutgers Houston at SMU Louisville at Memphis (RF) UConn at USF USF at Cincinnati UCF at UConn (XL) Houston at Louisville USF at Temple (LC) SMU at Memphis (FF) Cincinnati at UCF UConn at Houston Rutgers at Louisville Memphis at USF UConn at SMU Temple at Rutgers

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American ESPNU CBSSN ESPN3 SNY American ESPN3 American SNY ESPNU SNY American

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Louisville at Cincinnati Memphis at Houston Temple at UCF Rutgers at UConn (GP) SMU at USF Mon. Mar. 3 UConn at Louisville Houston at Temple (McG) USF at Rutgers Cincinnati at Memphis (RF) UCF at SMU Fri. Mar. 7 American Championship First Round American Championship First Round Sat. Mar. 8 American Championship Quarterfinals American Championship Quarterfinals American Championship Quarterfinals American Championship Quarterfinals Sun. Mar. 9 American Championship Semifinals American Championship Semifinals Mon. Mar. 10 American Championship Game

All times are Eastern and subject to change American – The American Digital Network BTN – Big Ten Network CBSSN – CBS Sports Network SNY – SportsNet New York FF – FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tenn. GP – Gampel Pavilion, Storrs, Conn. LC – Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, Pa. McG – McGonigle Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. RF – Elma Roane Fieldhouse, Memphis, Tenn. XL – XL Center, Hartford, Conn.

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2012-13 SMU FINAL STATISTICS ALL GAMES

RECORD: 21-10 (HOME: 15-3 AWAY: 5-6 NEUTRAL: 1-1) NO Player 23 22 05 31 03 10 20 44 04 12 24 25

MAYS, Keena FILMORE, Alisha SIMPSON, Akil HIVES-MCCRAY, D. WILKINS, Gabrielle BAKER, Korina BELL, Farrin SINGLETON, Mallory ASKEW, Kristin WILLIAMS, Lexus JACKSON, Nia JOHNSON, Krystal TEAM

Total Opponents

G-GS 23-23 31-31 31-29 31-24 29-3 31-31 31-9 30-3 23-0 22-2 12-0 26-0

3-POINT MIN FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA Pct 748 969 917 703 511 872 494 403 239 165 62 193

31 31

FT-FTA

Pct

OFF

REBOUNDS DEF TOT

AVG

AST

ST

PTS

AVG

142-372 132-347 126-264 102-230 58-152 54-169 43-109 35-109 23-59 19-40 11-20 6-24

.382 .380 .477 .443 .382 .320 .394 .321 .390 .475 .550 .250

64-160 46-128 0-0 0-0 8-22 38-110 0-4 6-27 13-29 0-0 0-1 1-5

.400 .359 .000 .000 .364 .345 .000 .222 .448 .000 .000 .200

76-100 78-99 81-124 56-80 49-84 30-45 18-33 20-28 8-16 17-24 0-0 9-13

.760 .788 .653 .700 .583 .667 .545 .714 .500 .708 .000 .692

21 29 118 97 33 15 25 26 4 25 7 2 59

110 77 133 98 39 54 62 58 11 26 12 6 62

131 106 251 195 72 69 87 84 15 51 19 8 121

5.7 3.4 8.1 6.3 2.5 2.2 2.8 2.8 0.7 2.3 1.6 0.3 3.9

88 81 41 27 21 110 20 19 11 7 1 22

TO BLK 68 76 62 55 22 70 40 27 23 13 6 9 10

9 3 23 21 4 4 9 12 0 5 2 0

57 69 41 9 42 52 22 9 14 8 0 5

424 388 333 260 173 176 104 96 67 55 22 22 0

18.4 12.5 10.7 8.4 6.0 5.7 3.4 3.2 2.9 2.5 1.8 0.8

751-1895 715-1814

.396 .394

176-486 130-480

.362 .271

442-646 361-536

.684 .674

461 439

748 793

1209 1232

39.0 39.7

448 359

481 593

92 115

328 248

2120 1921

68.4 62.0

REBOUNDS DEF TOT

TO BLK

CONFERENCE USA GAMES ONLY RECORD: 12-4 (HOME: 7-1 AWAY: 5-3)

NO PLAYER 23 22 05 31 03 10 24 44 20 12 04 25

MAYS, Keena FILMORE, Alisha SIMPSON, Akil HIVES-MCCRAY, D. WILKINS, Gabrielle BAKER, Korina JACKSON, Nia SINGLETON, Mallory BELL, Farrin WILLIAMS, Lexus ASKEW, Kristin JOHNSON, Krystal TEAM

Total Opponents

G-GS 16-16 16-16 16-16 16-11 16-2 16-16 4-0 15-1 16-2 11-0 11-0 13-0

3-POINT MIN FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT 511 519 493 398 311 472 16 142 206 60 69 79

16 16

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF

AVG

AST

ST

PTS

AVG

91-251 66-171 66-139 61-132 37-93 27-90 5-7 12-35 14-36 8-15 4-15 3-8

.363 .386 .475 .462 .398 .300 .714 .343 .389 .533 .267 .375

41-107 23-66 0-0 0-0 4-11 20-61 0-0 2-7 0-0 0-0 3-9 1-2

.383 .348 .000 .000 .364 .328 .000 .286 .000 .000 .333 .500

45-60 34-40 43-66 27-41 24-38 12-16 0-0 7-9 6-10 6-7 0-0 4-4

.750 .850 .652 .659 .632 .750 .000 .778 .600 .857 .000 1.000

13 12 66 54 23 7 3 13 12 7 1 1 29

79 33 77 62 23 27 4 17 22 11 3 3 36

92 45 143 116 46 34 7 30 34 18 4 4 65

5.8 2.8 8.9 7.3 2.9 2.1 1.8 2.0 2.1 1.6 0.4 0.3 4.1

62 37 22 19 14 54 0 8 7 5 4 10

43 43 32 33 16 38 1 15 17 1 4 2 8

5 2 13 12 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 0

38 37 18 4 20 20 0 3 8 1 4 0

268 189 175 149 102 86 10 33 34 22 11 11 0

16.8 11.8 10.9 9.3 6.4 5.4 2.5 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.0 0.8

394-992 378-957

.397 .395

94-263 69-261

.357 .264

208-291 177-273

.715 .648

241 229

397 399

638 628

39.9 39.2

242 205

253 281

40 53

153 128

1090 1002

68.1 62.6

TO BLK

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES ONLY

RECORD: 9-6 (HOME: 8-2 AWAY: 0-3 NEUTRAL: 1-1) NO PLAYER 23 22 05 31 10 03 20 04 44 12 24 25

MAYS, Keena FILMORE, Alisha SIMPSON, Akil HIVES-MCCRAY, D. BAKER, Korina WILKINS, Gabrielle BELL, Farrin ASKEW, Kristin SINGLETON, Mallory WILLIAMS, Lexus JACKSON, Nia JOHNSON, Krystal TEAM

Total Opponents

G-GS 7-7 15-15 15-13 15-13 15-15 13-1 15-7 12-0 15-2 11-2 8-0 13-0

15 15

3-POINT MIN FG-FGA PCT FG-FGA PCT 237 450 424 305 400 200 288 170 261 105 46 114

FT-FTA

PCT

REBOUNDS OFF DEF TOT

AVG

AST

ST

PTS

AVG

51-121 66-176 60-125 41-98 27-79 21-59 29-73 19-44 23-74 11-25 6-13 3-16

.421 .375 .480 .418 .342 .356 .397 .432 .311 .440 .462 .188

23-53 23-62 0-0 0-0 18-49 4-11 0-4 10-20 4-20 0-0 0-1 0-3

.434 .371 .000 .000 .367 .364 .000 .500 .200 .000 .000 .000

31-40 44-59 38-58 29-39 18-29 25-46 12-23 8-16 13-19 11-17 0-0 5-9

.775 .746 .655 .744 .621 .543 .522 .500 .684 .647 .000 .556

8 17 52 43 8 10 13 3 13 18 4 1 30

31 44 56 36 27 16 40 8 41 15 8 3 26

39 61 108 79 35 26 53 11 54 33 12 4 56

5.6 4.1 7.2 5.3 2.3 2.0 3.5 0.9 3.6 3.0 1.5 0.3 3.7

26 44 19 8 56 7 13 7 11 2 1 12

25 33 30 22 32 6 23 19 12 12 5 7 2

4 1 10 9 3 1 7 0 10 5 2 0

19 32 23 5 32 22 14 10 6 7 0 5

156 199 158 111 90 71 70 56 63 33 12 11 0

22.3 13.3 10.5 7.4 6.0 5.5 4.7 4.7 4.2 3.0 1.5 0.8

357-903 337-857

.395 .393

82-223 61-219

.368 .279

234-355 184-263

.659 .700

220 210

351 394

571 604

38.1 40.3

206 154

228 312

52 62

175 120

1030 919

68.7 61.3

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PLAYERS

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OPPONENTS

REVIEW

HISTORY

SMU

MEDIA

2012-13 SEASON RESULTS & GAME LEADERS Record

ALL

ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONF.

21-10 12-4 9-6

DATE

H

A

N

15-3 7-1 8-2

5-6 5-3 0-3

1-1 0-0 1-1

OPPONENT

ATTENDANCE

Games

Totals

Avg.

C-USA Att.

18 11 2 31

13035 12530 191 25756

724 1139 96 831

HOME AWAY TOTAL

HOME AWAY NEUTRAL TOTAL

Games

Totals

Avg.

8 8 16

5706 9169 14875

713 1146 930

W/L

SCORE

ATTD.

HIGH SCORER

HIGH REBOUNDER

11/10/12 11/12/12 11/15/12 11/19/12 11/23/12 11/24/12 11/28/12 12/1/12 12/17/12 12/19/12 12/22/12 12-28-12 12-30-12 01/10/13 1/13/13 1/17/13 1/20/13 01/27/13 1/31/13

ALCORN STATE TEXAS SOUTHERN NORTH TEXAS ARK.-LITTLE ROCK SIU-EDWARDSVILLE MONTANA STATE at TCU UT-PAN AM W LOUISIANA-MONROE STEPHEN F. AUSTIN WICHITA STATE at SDSU^ vs Harvard^ at Tulane* UCF* at Southern Miss* RICE* at Tulsa* HOUSTON*

W W W L W W L L W W L L W W W W W W W

76-46 66-50 67-63 43-47 64-46 71-70 70-76 71-35 76-56 71-62 59-61 72-88 88-73 62-56 69-54 79-69 73-51 71-46 58-54

446 438 499 2821 478 507 1890 481 427 430 802 517 191 1043 547 1070 1060 610 625

(14)FILMORE, Alisha (16)SINGLETON, Mallory (16)FILMORE, Alisha (14)SIMPSON, Akil (12)WILKINS, Gabrielle (20)FILMORE, Alisha (18)SIMPSON, Akil (14)ASKEW, Kristin (23)MAYS, Keena (33)MAYS, Keena (16)MAYS, Keena (26)MAYS, Keena (25)MAYS, Keena (27)MAYS, Keena (17)BAKER, Korina (22)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (25)MAYS, Keena (12)MAYS, Keena (14)FILMORE, Alisha

02/03/13

at UTEP*

W

82-73

2403

(26)MAYS, Keena

2/7/13 2/10/13 02/14/13

UAB* MARSHALL* at East Carolina*

Wo3 W L

94-92 67-50 47-63

514 913 1298

(29)MAYS, Keena (17)MAYS, Keena (17)HIVES-MCCRAY, D.

02/17/13 2/21/13 2/24/13 2/28/13 3/3/13 03/07/13 03/14/13 03/21/13

at Memphis* TULSA* at Houston* TULANE* UTEP* at RICE* vs UCF# at Bowling Green&

W W L L W L L L

74-67 69-60 58-65 68-73 73-71 46-58 66-70 70-76

1687 556 677 605 886 381

(21)FILMORE, Alisha (29)MAYS, Keena (15)MAYS, Keena (15)MAYS, Keena (19)SIMPSON, Akil (16)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (15)MAYS, Keena (22)FILMORE, Alisha

(10)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (9)BELL, Farrin (8)SIMPSON, Akil (12)SIMPSON, Akil (6)SIMPSON, Akil (9)SIMPSON, Akil (9)SIMPSON, Akil (11)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (11)MAYS, Keena (9)SIMPSON, Akil (13)SIMPSON, Akil (8)SIMPSON, Akil (7)SIMPSON, Akil (11)SIMPSON, Akil (9)MAYS, Keena (10)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (11)SIMPSON, Akil (7)SIMPSON, Akil (9)SIMPSON, Akil (9)MAYS, Keena (6)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (6)SIMPSON, Akil (15)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (11)SIMPSON, Akil (8)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (8)SIMPSON, Akil (17)SIMPSON, Akil (11)SIMPSON, Akil (7)MAYS, Keena (12)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (9)SIMPSON, Akil (13)HIVES-MCCRAY, D. (12)FILMORE, Alisha (6)SIMPSON, Akil

954

^ = San Diego Surf 'n Slam Classic * = Conference game # = C-USA Championships & = WNIT

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PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

HISTORY

SMU

MEDIA

2012-13 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM COMPARISONS Opponent

1st

2nd

Score

Mar

Total FG

FG Pct

3-Pointers

3FG Pct

Free Throws

FT Pct

Reb.

Mar

Assist

Block

Steal

ALCORN STATE

37/23

39/23

76-46

+30

28-61/16-65

.459/.246

4-12/1-13

.333/.077

16-20/13-17

.800/.765

51/37

+14

16/6

22/20

TO

5/4

13/9

Fouls 20/22

TEXAS SOUTHERN

37/25

29/25

66-50

+16

22-59/14-42

.373/.333

7-12/4-15

.583/.267

15-25/18-27

.600/.667

31/43

(12)

16/7

16/30

2/4

19/9

22/19

NORTH TEXAS

28/29

39/34

67-63

+4

22-56/22-58

.393/.379

0-7/6-13

.000/.462

23-36/13-14

.639/.929

36/44

(8)

9/8

13/22

5/0

12/9

14/29

ARK.-LITTLE ROCK

20/29

23/18

43-47

(4)

13-56/19-52

.232/.365

2-11/1-8

.182/.125

15-22/8-14

.682/.571

45/38

+7

7/9

17/17

2/7

9/8

14/19

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE

32/18

32/28

64-46

+18

20-48/15-51

.417/.294

2-9/1-16

.222/.063

22-32/15-19

.688/.789

32/39

(7)

9/8

16/28

3/3

19/10

16/23

MONTANA STATE

37/36

34/34

71-70

+1

20-63/29-62

.317/.468

5-15/2-17

.333/.118

26-36/10-14

.722/.714

41/41

-

15/16

13/19

5/9

8/7

16/23

TCU

34/35

36/41

70-76

(6)

25-61/25-60

.410/.417

10-16/11-25

.625/.440

10-15/15-19

.667/.789

39/37

+2

13/14

17/14

1/5

9/8

17/14

UT-PAN AM

39/13

32/22

71-35

+36

28-70/12-45

.400/.267

6-20/1-10

.300/.100

9-17/10-18

.529/.556

45/38

+7

17/3

10/25

2/0

13/3

14/12 21/11

LOUISIANA-MONROE

39/14

37/42

76-56

+20

31-73/20-66

.425/.303

6-16/3-14

.375/.214

8-11/13-18

.727/.722

42/50

(8)

21/13

15/23

12/5

13/9

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

34/30

37/32

71-62

+9

25-63/20-57

.397/.351

5-17/4-12

.294/.333

16-25/18-29

.640/.621

36/53

(17)

13/10

10/23

3/1

10/3

25/20

WICHITA STATE

31/18

28/43

59-61

(2)

21-53/25-57

.396/.439

3-11/5-14

.273/.357

14-29/6-12

.483/.500

43/34

+9

12/9

20/19

1/6

4/7

18/23

SDSU

34/46

38/42

72-88

(16)

23-59/36-64

.390/.563

5-13/8-19

.385/.421

21-33/8-11

.636/.727

33/36

(3)

13/17

9/12

0/4

7/4

10/20

Harvard

42/32

46/41

88-73

+15

30-62/30-61

.484/.492

8-20/6-15

.400/.400

20-26/7-12

.769/.583

35/33

+2

19/18

14/20

5/7

14/9

17/14

Tulane

26/27

36/29

62-56

+6

22-56/21-56

.393/.375

5-16/4-12

.313/.333

13-19/10-12

.684/.833

38/34

+4

14/15

15/17

3/5

12/7

16/16

UCF

34/19

35/35

69-54

+15

26-60/20-55

.433/.364

7-16/5-17

.438/.294

10-16/9-11

.625/.818

43/33

+10

23/11

20/22

3/6

8/12

12/14

Southern Miss

43/31

36/38

79-69

+10

30-61/26-68

.492/.382

7-12/4-15

.583/.267

12-14/13-21

.857/.619

37/41

(4)

20/17

20/18

4/2

12/6

20/15

RICE

40/31

33/20

73-51

+22

27-65/20-52

.415/.385

10-20/2-11

.500/.182

9-13/9-13

.692/.692

34/39

(5)

20/16

12/23

2/5

13/6

15/13

Tulsa

27/19

44/27

71-46

+25

28-62/15-60

.452/.250

3-9/0-17

.333/.000

12-16/16-23

.750/.696

47/37

+10

18/3

14/13

2/3

8/9

19/15

HOUSTON

23/21

35/33

58-54

+4

20-53/20-52

.377/.385

3-16/1-11

.188/.091

15-23/13-17

.652/.765

36/34

+2

12/10

21/25

1/5

15/13

17/21

UTEP

38/34

44/39

82-73

+9

27-60/28-66

.450/.424

9-17/8-20

.529/.400

19-26/9-19

.731/.474

38/41

(3)

11/17

13/17

1/1

13/6

17/18

UAB

36/32

28/32

94-92

+2

27-77/34-71

.351/.479

7-20/7-18

.350/.389

33-44/17-31

.750/.548

58/38

+20

14/15

20/16

4/10

10/17

22/27

MARSHALL

31/23

36/27

67-50

+17

24-60/19-64

.400/.297

7-16/4-22

.438/.182

12-19/8-16

.632/.500

41/46

(5)

16/8

12/15

4/3

10/4

13/14

East Carolina

22/23

25/40

47-63

(16)

19-55/26-61

.345/.426

4-14/4-18

.286/.222

5-5/7-10

1.000/.700

37/37

-

13/15

23/14

0/4

4/10

16/11

Memphis

30/29

44/38

74-67

+7

24-57/26-58

.421/.448

6-15/0-11

.400/.000

20-25/15-21

.800/.714

41/31

+10

12/10

18/17

2/0

6/9

18/21

TULSA

36/31

33/29

69-60

+9

27-70/24-52

.386/.462

8-21/3-10

.381/.300

7-8/9-17

.875/.529

35/41

(6)

18/15

10/21

6/2

9/4

16/11

Houston

25/26

33/39

58-65

(7)

26-68/22-60

.382/.367

4-17/8-24

.235/.333

2-4/13-19

.500/.684

41/46

(5)

15/10

15/15

1/1

5/7

19/12 14/14

TULANE

30/33

38/40

68-73

(5)

27-62/29-69

.435/.420

6-19/7-21

.316/.333

8-13/8-9

.615/.889

33/43

(10)

16/14

9/11

3/4

7/6

UTEP

41/35

32/36

73-71

+2

23-63/28-63

.365/.444

4-18/9-23

.222/.391

23-31/6-8

.742/.750

43/38

+5

13/18

13/14

4/0

7/5

14/20

RICE

24/20

22/38

46-58

(12)

17-63/20-50

.270/.400

4-17/3-11

.235/.273

8-15/15-26

.533/.577

36/49

(13)

7/11

18/23

0/2

14/7

18/15

UCF

33/32

33/38

66-70

(4)

23-54/26-62

.426/.419

9-21/5-18

.429/.278

11-17/13-17

.647/.765

34/39

(5)

12/6

18/14

2/3

10/13

20/17

Bowling Green

20/33

50/43

70-76

(6)

26-65/28-55

.400/.509

10-23/3-10

.435/.300

8-11/17-22

.727/.773

28/42

(14)

14/10

18/26

4/4

15/12

20/6

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format SMU/OPPONENT for each category

2012-13 INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME COMPARISONS Points-Rebounds-Assists Opponent

Score

W/L

WILKINS

ASKEW

SIMPSON

BAKER

WILLIAMS

BELL

FILMORE

MAYS

JACKSON

JOHNSON

ALCORN STATE

76-46

W

DNP

5-1-3

2-3-1

9-2-3

4-5-0

12-6-1

14-6-4

DNP

4-4-0

4-2-1

13-10-2

9-3-1

TEXAS SOUTHERN

66-50

W

DNP

0-2-0

3-5-5

12-2-3

5-2-0

7-9-1

12-1-5

DNP

0-1-0

0-0-1

11-2-0

16-5-1

NORTH TEXAS

67-63

W

11-5-1

0-0-0

6-8-1

6-5-3

5-5-0

12-6-1

16-1-1

DNP

DNP

2-1-2

2-0-0

7-4-0

ARK.-LITTLE ROCK

43-47

L

2-1-0

0-0-0

14-12-0

1-5-3

8-9-2

2-0-1

11-7-1

DNP

DNP

2-0-0

2-4-0

1-0-0

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE

64-46

W

12-2-1

9-0-0

0-6-2

8-1-1

4-4-0

4-3-0

11-2-4

DNP

0-1-0

1-1-0

8-5-1

7-4-0

MONTANA STATE

71-70

W

13-3-1

4-2-0

11-9-1

5-3-9

2-1-0

4-1-1

20-4-1

DNP

DNP

0-0-0

10-5-0

2-8-2

at TCU

70-76

L

7-3-1

11-3-1

18-9-2

12-2-2

DNP

0-2-1

14-3-6

DNP

DNP

0-0-0

6-8-0

2-4-0

UT-PAN AM

71-35

W

7-4-2

14-3-1

8-4-0

5-2-5

3-3-0

6-3-0

5-2-4

DNP

6-3-0

1-0-2

12-11-2

4-5-1

LOUISIANA-MONROE

76-56

W

2-1-1

DNP

6-4-0

6-1-5

0-1-0

9-4-4

13-3-1

23-11-3

2-1-1

0-0-3

11-10-0

4-5-3

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

71-62

W

2-1-0

2-0-0

13-9-1

5-3-6

DNP

2-3-1

5-5-2

33-7-2

0-0-0

DNP

8-4-1

1-3-0

WICHITA STATE

59-61

L

0-1-0

3-0-0

13-13-2

2-2-4

0-0-0

5-7-0

11-8-0

16-3-5

DNP

0-0-0

9-5-0

0-2-1

at SDSU

72-88

L

1-1-0

6-0-2

20-8-1

0-2-1

DNP

0-3-1

11-0-4

26-4-2

DNP

DNP

6-4-1

2-6-1

vs Harvard

88-73

W

9-4-0

2-0-0

15-7-1

2-2-4

2-2-0

5-2-0

22-3-3

25-5-8

0-1-0

1-0-1

3-3-1

2-3-1

at Tulane

62-56

W

6-3-2

2-0-0

7-11-0

4-0-2

DNP

0-1-1

11-2-2

27-8-5

DNP

DNP

5-7-2

0-0-0

UCF

69-54

W

10-4-3

DNP

9-4-1

17-2-4

0-0-0

2-3-0

11-4-1

6-9-6

DNP

2-1-2

12-7-4

0-3-2

at Southern Miss

79-69

W

14-5-1

0-0-0

6-5-0

14-3-6

DNP

0-3-0

13-2-0

10-2-7

DNP

0-0-0

22-10-5

0-3-1

RICE

73-51

W

6-2-1

0-0-2

16-11-2

5-5-3

0-2-1

4-0-1

9-3-3

25-1-4

2-0-0

0-0-1

2-5-0

4-2-2

at Tulsa

71-46

W

0-0-3

DNP

11-7-1

4-5-2

10-6-0

8-2-0

5-3-2

12-5-3

4-3-0

5-2-4

10-4-2

2-3-1

HOUSTON

58-54

W

8-1-1

0-0-0

11-9-1

2-1-4

0-2-0

4-7-0

14-0-3

13-9-3

DNP

DNP

6-4-0

0-2-0

at UTEP

82-73

W

4-3-1

DNP

16-6-0

3-5-2

0-0-0

3-1-0

21-4-0

26-4-7

DNP

0-0-0

7-6-1

2-2-0

UAB

94-92

W3OT

13-3-1

0-0-0

12-13-1

10-3-6

DNP

4-5-0

12-2-1

29-13-4

DNP

0-0-0

14-15-1

0-0-0

MARSHALL

67-50

W

7-4-0

6-3-0

15-11-3

0-0-4

2-0-0

4-3-0

6-4-3

17-5-5

0-0-0

0-0-0

6-5-0

4-5-1

at East Carolina

47-63

L

0-1-0

3-1-0

8-8-2

3-3-4

0-1-1

0-0-1

6-3-3

8-4-2

DNP

DNP

17-8-0

2-1-0

at Memphis

74-67

W

8-3-0

0-0-0

13-17-1

0-0-1

4-4-1

0-0-0

21-1-4

17-4-1

DNP

2-1-2

5-7-2

4-1-0

TULSA

69-60

W

0-4-0

0-0-1

6-11-1

3-1-5

6-3-2

0-0-0

16-1-3

29-6-5

DNP

0-0-0

9-6-1

DNP

at Houston

58-65

L

9-5-0

0-0-0

12-5-2

4-4-2

0-0-0

0-2-4

9-5-3

15-7-4

4-4-0

0-0-0

0-0-0

5-4-0

TULANE

68-73

L

8-4-0

DNP

8-7-3

11-0-6

DNP

0-0-0

10-2-4

15-5-2

DNP

2-0-0

14-12-0

0-0-1

UTEP

73-71

W

9-3-0

0-0-1

19-9-2

6-2-1

DNP

5-6-0

12-6-5

13-6-3

DNP

0-0-1

4-7-0

5-1-0

at RICE

46-58

L

0-1-1

DNP

6-9-2

0-0-2

0-0-0

0-1-0

13-3-0

6-4-1

DNP

0-0-0

16-13-1

5-3-0

vs UCF

66-70

L

5-0-0

DNP

11-5-0

11-3-4

0-1-0

0-0-0

12-12-4

15-5-2

DNP

0-0-2

8-4-0

4-1-0

at Bowling Green

70-76

L

0-0-0

DNP

18-6-2

6-0-3

DNP

2-4-1

22-4-4

18-4-4

0-1-0

0-0-0

2-4-0

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2012-13 SMU TEAM HIGH/LOWS Total Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Pct. 3-Pt. Field Goals Made 3-Pt. Field Goals Att. 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. Free Throws Made Free Throws Att. Free Throw Pct. Rebounds Assists Blocked Shots Steals Turnovers

SMU 94, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 43, vs. Ark.-Little Rock (11/19/12) 31, vs. Louisiana-Monroe (12/17/12) 13, vs. Ark.-Little Rock (11/19/12) 77, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 48, vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) .492 (30-61), at Southern Miss (1/17/13) .232 (13-56), vs. Ark.-Little Rock (11/19/12) 10, Three times 0, vs. North Texas (11/15/12) 23, at Bowling Green (3/21/13) 7, vs. North Texas (11/15/12) .625 (10-16), at TCU (11/28/12) .000 (0-7), vs. North Texas (11/15/12) 33, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 2, at Houston (2/24/13) 44, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 4, at Houston (2/24/13) 1.000 (5-5), at ECU (2/14/13) .483 (14-29), vs. Wichita State (12/22/12) 58, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 28, at Bowling Green (3/21/13) 23, vs. UCF (1/13/13) 7, Twice 12, vs. Louisiana-Monroe (12/17/12) 0, Three times 19, Twice 4, Twice 23, at ECU (2/14/13) 9, Twice

High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low

Alisha Filmore

OPPONENT 92, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 35, vs. UT-Pan Am (12/1/12) 36, at San Diego State (12/28/12) 12, vs. UT-Pan Am (12/1/12) 71, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 42, vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) .563 (36-64), San Diego State (12/28/12) .246 (16-65), Alcorn State (11/10/12) 11, at TCU (11/28/12) 0, Twice 25, at TCU (11/28/12) 8, vs. Ark.-Little Rock (11/19/12) .462 (6-13), vs. North Texas (11/15/12) .000 (0-17), at Tulsa (1/27/13) 18, Twice 6, Twice 31, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 8, vs. UTEP (3/3/13) .929 (13-14), vs. North Texas (11/15/12) .474 (9-19), at UTEP (2/3/13) 53, vs. SFA (12/19/12) 31, at Memphis (2/17/13) 18, Twice 3, Twice 10, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 0, Four times 17, vs. UAB (2/7/13) 3, Twice 30, vs. Texas Southern (11/12/12) 11, vs. Tulane (2/28/13)

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33

MAYS, Keena vs Stephen F. Austin (12/19/12)

27

Medley, Zahna at TCU (11/28/12)

29

MAYS, Keena vs Tulsa (2/21/13)

26

STEWART, Celeste at East Carolina (02/14/13) JONES, Amber vs UAB (2/7/13)

29

MAYS, Keena vs UAB (2/7/13)

26

12

MAYS, Keena vs Stephen F. Austin (12/19/12)

11

STEINBERGA, Anete vs UTEP (3/3/13)

11

MAYS, Keena vs Tulsa (2/21/13)

11

STEWART, Celeste at East Carolina (02/14/13)

30

MAYS, Keena vs UAB (2/7/13)

25

GRIMES, Ashley vs UAB (2/7/13)

22

MAYS, Keena at Bowling Green (03/21/13)

23

STEINBERGA, Anete vs UTEP (3/3/13)

22

MAYS, Keena vs Stephen F. Austin (12/19/12)

.857 (6-7)

WILKINS, Gabrielle at Southern Miss (1/17/13)

.778 (7-9)

Lippert, Victoria vs Harvard (12-30-12)

.833 (5-6)

BAKER, Korina at Southern Miss (1/17/13)

.750 (6-8)

AMARIKWA, Erimma at SDSU (12-28-12)

3-Point FG Made

6

MAYS, Keena vs RICE (1/20/13)

9

Medley, Zahna at TCU (11/28/12)

5

Three players - Five times

5

Lippert, Victoria vs Harvard (12-30-12)

3-Point FG Att.

13

MAYS, Keena vs UAB (2/7/13)

12

Medley, Zahna at TCU (11/28/12)

10

MAYS, Keena - Three times

10

JACKSON, Briahanna vs UCF (03/14/13)

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made)

1.000 (4-4)

BAKER, Korina at Southern Miss (1/17/13)

1.000 (5-5)

Lippert, Victoria vs Harvard (12-30-12)

1.000 (2-2)

FILMORE, Alisha at TCU (11/28/12)

1.000 (3-3)

GRAYSON, Olivia at Tulane (01/10/13)

Free Throws Made

10

FILMORE, Alisha vs Montana State (11/24/12)

10

AUSTIN, Tierny vs SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12)

8

Five players - Six Times

9

HALFHILL, Jillian at Bowling Green (03/21/13)

Free Throw Att.

13

FILMORE, Alisha vs Montana State (11/24/12)

11

Williams,Teera vs Texas Southern (11/12/12)

11

SIMPSON, Akil vs UAB (2/7/13)

10

Six players - Six times

11

MAYS, Keena at SDSU (12-28-12)

Field Goals Made Field Goal Att.

FG Pct (min 5 made)

FT Pct (min 3 made)

Rebounds Assists

1.000 (8-8)

FILMORE, Alisha vs North Texas (11/15/12)

1.000 (10-10)

AUSTIN, Tierny vs SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12)

1.000 (5-5)

FILMORE, Alisha at SDSU (12-28-12)

1.000 (8-8)

Ventress, Natalie at TCU (11/28/12)

1.000 (5-5)

HIVES-MCCRAY, D. vs Alcorn State (11/10/12)

1.000 (5-5)

MAYBERRY, Taleya at Tulsa (01/27/13)

17

SIMPSON, Akil at Memphis (02/17/13)

18

KUSTER, Jessica at RICE (03/07/13)

15

HIVES-MCCRAY, D. vs UAB (2/7/13)

15

Roberts, Porsha vs Stephen F. Austin (12/19/12)

9

BAKER, Korina vs Montana State (11/24/12)

11

HOPKINS, Chelsea at SDSU (12-28-12)

8

MAYS, Keena vs Harvard (12-30-12)

8

WATSON, Khalilah vs UAB (2/7/13)

Steals

10

WILKINS, Gabrielle vs SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12)

6

CHAPMAN, Karisma vs UAB (2/7/13)

6

FILMORE, Alisha - Twice

6

CAMPBELL, Te'onna vs Houston (1/31/13)

Blocked Shots

4

HIVES-MCCRAY, D. vs Tulsa (2/21/13)

7

KLEIST, Michaelea vs UAB (2/7/13)

3

SINGLETON, Mallory vs Louisiana-Monroe (12/17/12)

5

Lovings, Latricia at TCU (11/28/12)

6

BAKER, Korina vs Wichita State (12/22/12)

10

LANDRY, Porsche vs Houston (1/31/13)

6

MAYS, Keena - Twice

9

Two players - Twice

Turnovers

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1976-77 ............................................................................ (10-9) Coach: Suzanne Troutman Eastfield College ................................ 83-16 ........... W at TCU ............................................... 58-52 ........... W 12/2 Baylor ................................................ 48-89 .............L 12/9 East Texas State ................................ 67-58 ........... W 1/12 Texas ................................................. 58-79 .............L 1/13 Drake ................................................. 50-59 .............L 1/18 East Texas Baptist ............................. 85-70 ........... W 1/28 McLennan .......................................... 52-76 .............L 1/20 Texas Woman’s ................................. 68-59 ........... W Texas Wesleyan ................................. 62-48 ........... W 2/1 At East Texas State ........................... 61-49 ........... W 2/7 Texas-Arlington .................................. 65-78 .............L Southwest Texas St. .......................... 50-55 .............L TCU ................................................... 70-55 ........... W 2/16 Baylor ................................................ 60-47 ........... W 2/17 Texas-Arlington .................................. 56-81 .............L 2/24 Midwestern St. (T1) ........................... 69-66 ........... W 3/2 North Texas (T1) ............................... 54-56 .............L Tarleton State .................................... 40-54 .............L T1 - TAIAW Playoffs (Waco, Texas) 1977-78 ........................................................................... (12-13) Coach: Welton Brown El Centro ............................................ 67-52 ........... W Texas Woman’s ................................. 60-45 ........... W Oral Roberts ...................................... 46-73 .............L East Texas State ................................ 62-50 ........... W Texas-Arlington .................................. 53-66 .............L 12/6 Texas Wesleyan ................................. 58-65 .............L 12/8 at North Texas .................................... 55-74 .............L East Texas State ................................ 53-49 ........... W Texas Woman’s ................................. 55-57 .............L at Texas Tech ...................................... 50-90 .............L Texas Wesleyan ................................. 69-61 ........... W Mount Mercy ...................................... 66-80 .............L Incarnate Word .................................. 59-51 ........... W North Texas ........................................ 41-61 .............L 1/26 at TCU ............................................... 74-77 .............L Texas Tech ......................................... 33-69 .............L Oral Roberts ...................................... 48-83 .............L Midwestern State ............................... 72-59 ........... W 2/18 TCU ................................................... 67-58 ........... W 2/21 at Texas ............................................. 30-87 .............L Mary Hardin-Baylor ............................ 69-45 ........... W Texas-Arlington .................................. 64-70 ............. L E. Texas Baptist (T1) ......................... 70-46 ........... W Tarleton State (T1) ............................. 61-55 ........... W East Texas State (T1) ........................ 80-64 ........... W T1 - TAIAW Playoffs (Wichita Falls, Texas) 1978-79 ......................................................................... (14-14) Coach: Welton Brown 11/14 at TCU ............................................... 61-60 ........... W 11/16 at Texas Woman’s ............................. 44-74 .............L 11/22 Southwestern ..................................... 70-55 ........... W 11/24 St. Mary’s (Kan.) ................................ 69-62 ........... W 11/29 at East Texas State ............................ 69-57 ........... W 12/1 Pittsburg State (T1) ............................ 61-59 ........... W 12/3 Texas Wesleyan (T1) ......................... 69-80 .............L East Texas State (T2) ........................ 64-63 ........... W Texas Woman’s (T2) .......................... 64-71 .............L at Midwestern St. (T2) ...................... 76-75 ........... W East Texas State ................................ 57-54 ........... W Texas (T3) ........................................ 42-103 .............L North Texas (T3) ................................ 40-74 .............L Texas Wesleyan ................................. 71-77 .............L at Texas-Arlington .............................. 46-60 ..............L SE Oklahoma .................................... 65-63 ........... W at Rice ............................................... 54-57 .............L St. Mary’s (Texas) .............................. 63-46 ........... W at Texas Wesleyan ............................. 69-70 .............L Navarro J.C. ....................................... 84-61 ........... W Rice ................................................... 69-52 ........... W at Miss. College (T4) .......................... 55-82 .............L Louisiana Tech (T4) ........................... 50-70 .............L TCU ................................................... 77-64 ........... W Texas-Arlington .................................. 59-76 .............L Texas Woman’s ................................. 77-64 ........... W Texas Southern (T5) .......................... 48-72 .............L Texas-Arlington (T5) .......................... 65-80 .............L T1 - St. Mary’s Tournament (Dodge City, Kan.) T2 - Midwestern State Tournament (Wichita Falls, Texas) T3 - Dallas Classic (Dallas, Texas) T4 - Mississippi College Tournament (Clinton, Miss.) T5 - TAIAW Playoffs (Dallas, Texas)

1979-80 ......................................................................... (15-14) Coach: Welton Brown 11/10 at North Texas .................................... 67-66 ........... W 11/15 TCU ................................................... 71-65 ........... W 11/16 St. Mary’s (Texas) .............................. 52-48 ........... W 11/20 Southwestern ..................................... 69-49 ........... W 11/23 Cincinnati (T1) ................................... 53-61 .............L 11/25 Pittsburgh (T1) ................................... 53-62 .............L 11/26 Abilene Christian ................................ 67-69 .............L 11/27 Midwestern State ............................... 65-61 ........... W 12/1 East Texas State ................................ 69-65 ........... W 12/4 at Texas Women's Univ........................ 59-50 ............. W 12/5 Texas Wesleyan................................... 60-55 ............. W 12/8 Colorado Coll. (T2) ............................ 77-55 ........... W 12/9 Pittsburg State (T2) ............................ 65-55 ........... W 12/14 North Texas (T3) ................................ 74-78 .............L 1/11 at St. Mary’s (Texas) ........................... 65-44 ........... W 1/12 at Southwestern ................................. 61-64 .............L 1/19 Northeast Louisiana ........................... 63-66 .............L 1/22 at SE Oklahoma .................................. 61-75 ...............L 1/25 Lamar ................................................ 72-62 ........... W 1/26 Tulane ................................................ 62-72 .............L 1/30 Texas Women's Univ............................ 60-66 ...............L 2/2 St. Mary's (Texas) ................................ 55-48 ............. W 2/5 at TCU ............................................... 63-55 ........... W 2/6 at Texas A&M ..................................... 56-63 .............L 2/12 Rice ................................................... 71-73 .............L 2/14 at Texas Wesleyan ............................. 79-83 .............L at Texas Tech (T4) ............................. 66-72 ...............L at Texas-Arlington (T4) ...................... 70-81 ...............L T1 - Cincinnati Tournament (Cincinnati, Ohio) T2 - St. Mary’s Tournament (Dodge City, Kan.) T3 - Dallas Classic (Dallas, Texas) T4 - TAIAW Playoffs 1980-81 ......................................................................... (14-19) Coach: Welton Brown 11/18 North Texas ........................................ 57-61 .............L Texas-Arlington .................................. 53-51 ........... W 11/21 East Texas State ................................ 71-50 ........... W 11/25 Oklahoma City ................................... 60-57 ........... W 11/29 at Lamar ............................................ 75-65 ........... W 12/5 at LSU ................................................ 63-84 .............L 12/6 Arkansas ............................................ 69-58 ........... W 12/8 South Carolina (T1) ............................ 38-97 .............L 12/9 Wayland Baptist (T1) ......................... 46-63 .............L 12/13 Texas Woman’s ................................. 72-65 ........... W 12/18 Texas Wesleyan ................................. 78-76 ........... W Texas A&M (T2) .................................. 74-86 .............L LSU (T2) ............................................ 68-75 .............L 1/6 at Tulane ............................................ 48-78 .............L 1/10 Baylor ................................................ 60-69 .............L 1/13 Houston ............................................. 71-77 .............L 1/15 North Texas ........................................ 73-64 ........... W at Texas Wesleyan ............................. 80-64 ........... W 1/19 at Abilene Christian ............................ 59-98 .............L 1/21 St. Mary’s (Texas) .............................. 62-49 ........... W 1/23 at UNLV ............................................. 61-78 .............L 1/24 at Nevada .......................................... 66-51 ............ W 1/29 Baylor (T3) ......................................... 65-80 .............L 1/30 Rice (T3) ............................................ 87-71 ........... W 1/31 Arkansas (T3) .................................... 61-66 .............L 2/3 at Texas Woman’s ............................. 64-78 .............L 2/7 at Baylor ............................................ 55-81 .............L 2/9 Texas-Arlington .................................. 68-73 .............L 2/10 Texas A&M ......................................... 69-73 .............L 2/12 at East Texas State ............................ 57-54 ........... W 2/14 Texas Southern (T4) .......................... 79-66 ........... W 2/17 at Midwestern State (T4) ................... 74-77 .............L 2/19 Texas (T4) .......................................... 56-88 .............L T1 - Dial Classic (Ruston, La.) T2 - Dallas Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - SWC Tournament (Houston, Texas) T4 - TAIAW Playoffs

1981-82 (18-15) Coach: Welton Brown 11/14 at North Texas .................................... 58-62 .............L at Texas Woman’s ............................. 60-45 ........... W 11/21 Texas Wesleyan ................................. 81-58 ........... W 11/24 Texas-Arlington .................................. 67-56 ........... W 11/28 at Houston ......................................... 60-68 .............L 11/30 Tulsa .................................................. 86-64 ........... W 12/2 East Texas State ................................ 85-56 ........... W 12/8 at East Texas State ............................ 44-42 ........... W 12/16 North Texas ........................................ 85-91 .............L 12/18 Texas (T1) ........................................... 54-80 .............L 12/19 Wayland Baptist (T1) .......................... 66-77 .............L 1/5 at Oklahoma City ............................... 55-64 .............L 1/6 at Arkansas ........................................ 59-76 .............L 1/9 Abilene Christian ................................ 83-53 ........... W 1/12 at Baylor ............................................ 85-95 ............. L 1/15 at Purdue ........................................... 51-54 .............L 1/17 at Notre Dame ................................... 60-76 .............L 1/19 Texas A&M ......................................... 74-68 ........... W 1/26 Texas Woman’s ................................. 98-45 ........... W 1/28 Texas (T2) .......................................... 55-74 .............L 1/29 Texas A&M (T2) ................................ 76-53 ........... W 1/30 Texas Tech (T2) ................................. 58-71 .............L 2/1 Texas-Arlington .................................. 66-49 ........... W 2/5 UNLV (T3) .......................................... 83-73 ........... W 2/6 Washington (T3) ................................ 56-89 .............L 2/8 Baylor ................................................ 88-78 ........... W 2/10 at Texas A&M ..................................... 53-55 .............L at Texas Wesleyan ............................. 88-73 ........... W 2/16 Texas-San Antonio ............................. 76-57 ........... W 2/20 Texas Woman’s (T4) .......................... 74-48 ........... W 2/25 Texas Tech (T4) ................................. 67-57 ........... W 2/26 Wayland Baptist (T4) ......................... 52-61 .............L 2/27 West Texas State (T4) ....................... 75-59 ........... W T1 - Dallas Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - SWC Tournament (College Station, Texas) T3 - UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) T4 - TAIAW Playoffs (Plainview, Texas) 1982-83 ...........................................................(14-14) Coach: Welton Brown 11/19 Weber State (T1) ............................... 56-81 .............L 11/20 E. Washington (T1) ............................ 67-60 ........... W 11/27 SW Oklahoma ................................... 39-51 .............L 11/30 at TCU ............................................... 54-51 ........... W 12/4 West Texas State ............................... 63-59 ........... W 12/8 Texas-Arlington .................................. 54-42 ........... W 12/11 North Texas ........................................ 65-63 ........... W 12/17 Stephen F. Austin (T2) ....................... 47-89 .............L 12/18 Miss. College (T2) ............................... 75-55 ........... W 1/4 Purdue ............................................... 50-77 .............L 1/6 St. Mary’s (Texas) .............................. 70-58 ........... W 1/13 South Carolina ................................... 62-81 .............L 1/15 Oklahoma City ................................... 72-68 ........... W 1/17 at Rice ............................................... 55-50 ........... W 1/18 Baylor ................................................ 62-79 .............L 1/22 at Texas A&M ..................................... 60-70 .............L 1/25 Tulsa .................................................. 65-63 ........... W 1/29 TCU ................................................... 90-53 ........... W 2/1 at Texas ............................................. 39-79 .............L 2/2 at Texas-San Antonio ......................... 66-67 .............L 2/5 at Texas Tech ..................................... 53-66 .............L 2/9 Houston ............................................. 67-70 .............L 2/15 Arkansas ............................................ 54-60 .............L 2/19 at Baylor ............................................ 69-67 ........... W 2/23 Texas A&M ......................................... 67-55 ........... W 2/25 at Nevada .......................................... 74-64 ........... W 2/27 at UNLV ............................................. 45-89 ............. L 3/11 Houston (T3) ...................................... 65-95 .............L T1 - Wyoming Tournament (Laramie, Wy.) T2 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - SWC Tournament (Austin, Texas)

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1983-84 (11-15) Coach: Welton Brown 11/25 Texas-Arlington .................................. 79-71 ........... W 11/29 at North Texas .................................... 76-53 ........... W Abilene Christian ................................ 82-59 ........... W 12/3 at West Texas State ........................... 74-57 ........... W 12/5 at Texas-Arlington .......................... 78-79 OT .............L 12/17 Stephen F. Austin (T1) ....................... 64-77 .............L 1/5 Houston ............................................. 62-89 .............L 1/7 Rice ................................................... 71-58 ........... W 1/14 at Baylor ............................................ 59-68 .............L 1/15 Notre Dame ....................................... 64-63 ........... W 1/18 Texas A&M ........................................ 69-78 .............L 1/26 at TCU ............................................... 86-72 ........... W 1/28 Texas ................................................. 60-97 .............L 2/1 at Texas Tech ....................................... 67-99 ...............L 2/4 at Houston ........................................... 79-91 ...............L 2/6 at Rice ................................................. 66-72 ...............L 2/15 at Arkansas ........................................ 59-66 .............L 2/15 Baylor ................................................ 80-61 ........... W 2/18 at Texas A&M ..................................... 61-75 .............L at St. Mary’s (Texas) .......................... 62-53 ........... W 2/23 Texas Tech ......................................... 53-80 ............. L 2/25 TCU ................................................... 84-69 ........... W 2/29 at Texas ............................................. 63-98 .............L 3/2 Northern Arizona (T2) ........................ 69-59 ........... W 3/3 at UNLV (T2) ...................................... 61-84 .............L T1 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - UNLV Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) 1984-85 ........................................................................... (9-19) Coach: Welton Brown 11/16 North Texas ........................................ 77-60 ........... W 11/24 Southwest Texas State ...................... 79-68 ........... W 11/29 at Hawaii ............................................ 56-68 .............L 11/30 at Hawaii ............................................ 62-86 .............L at Hawaii-Pacific .............................. 115-64 ........... W 12/7 at North Texas .................................... 71-90 .............L 12/10 at Texas-Arlington .............................. 85-76 ........... W 12/14 Oral Roberts (T1) ............................... 75-66 ........... W 12/15 Idaho (T1) .......................................... 68-73 .............L 12/28 South Carolina (T2) ............................ 53-85 .............L 12/29 UNC-Asheville (T2) ............................. 74-86 .............L 1/2 at Rice ............................................... 60-70 .............L 1/5 Arkansas ............................................ 64-80 .............L 1/9 Baylor ................................................ 83-71 ........... W 1/12 at Texas A&M ..................................... 66-62 ........... W 1/15 at Louisiana Tech ............................... 46-71 .............L 1/19 TCU ................................................... 94-74 ........... W at Texas ............................................. 69-82 .............L 1/26 at Texas Tech ..................................... 58-71 .............L 1/29 Houston ............................................. 69-82 .............L 2/3 Rice ................................................... 79-70 ........... W 2/6 at Arkansas ........................................ 56-85 .............L 2/11 at Baylor ............................................ 65-72 .............L 2/13 Texas A&M ......................................... 69-77 .............L 2/19 at TCU ............................................... 68-74 .............L 2/23 Texas ............................................... 72-107 .............L 2/27 Texas Tech ......................................... 74-77 .............L 3/2 at Houston ....................................... 76-114 .............L T1 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - South Carolina Classic (Columbia, S.C.)

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1985-86 ........................................................................... (11-20) Coach: Welton Brown 11/25 North Texas ........................................ 67-64 ........... W 11/29 UC-Irvine (T1) .................................... 54-57 .............L 11/30 Hardin-Simmons (T1) ........................ 82-46 ........... W 12/6 Oklahoma State (T2) ......................... 64-75 .............L 12/7 Lamar (T2) ......................................... 79-73 ........... W 12/13 Oral Roberts (T3) ............................... 69-91 .............L 12/14 McNeese State (T3) ........................... 77-65 ........... W 12/20 Central Michigan (T4) ........................ 54-75 .............L 12/21 Utah (T4) ............................................ 66-74 .............L 1/2 at Arkansas ........................................ 78-90 .............L at Baylor ............................................ 62-64 .............L 1/8 Texas A&M ......................................... 57-82 .............L 1/11 Wyoming ............................................ 59-62 .............L 1/14 at TCU ............................................... 76-70 ............. W 1/18 Texas ................................................. 58-96 .............L 1/22 Texas Tech ......................................... 69-84 .............L 1/25 at Houston ....................................... 56-109 .............L at Rice ............................................... 71-51 ........... W 2/1 Arkansas ............................................ 53-79 .............L 2/5 Baylor ................................................ 76-62 ........... W 2/8 at Texas A&M ..................................... 68-78 .............L 2/11 Sam Houston State ........................... 77-56 ........... W 2/15 TCU ................................................... 94-87 ........... W 2/19 at Texas ........................................... 48-105 .............L 2/22 at Texas Tech ..................................... 63-89 .............L 2/26 Houston ............................................. 65-81 .............L 2/28 San Diego (T5) .................................. 74-73 ........... W 3/1 South Carolina (T5) ......................... 61-121 .............L 3/2 Western Kentucky (T5) ...................... 66-76 ............. L 3/3 Rice ................................................... 68-61 ........... W Arkansas (T6) .................................... 75-82 ............. L T1 - L’Eggs Classic (Las Cruces,N.M.) T2 - Lady Jack Classic (Nacogdoches, Texas) T3 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas) T4 - Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) T5 - Northern Lights Inv. (Anchorage, Alaska) T6 - SWC Postseason Classic (Dallas, Texas) 1986-87 ........................................................................... (8-19) Coach: Welton Brown 11/28 at UNLV (T1) ...................................... 58-74 .............L 11/29 Cleveland State (T1) .......................... 95-78 ........... W 12/3 New Mexico State .............................. 52-71 .............L 12/10 Texas-San Antonio ............................. 66-61 ........... W 12/12 Alcorn State (T2) ................................ 72-60 ........... W 12/13 Louisiana Tech (T2) ........................... 52-95 .............L 12/17 at North Texas .................................... 54-63 .............L 1/3 Baylor ................................................ 58-69 .............L 1/6 Texas A&M ......................................... 66-83 .............L 1/7 at Southwest Texas St. ...................... 79-77 ........... W 1/10 Stephen F. Austin ............................... 63-78 ............. L 1/14 TCU ................................................... 71-67 ........... W 1/17 at Texas ............................................. 50-91 .............L 1/19 at Texas Tech ..................................... 59-73 .............L 1/21 Houston ............................................. 71-93 .............L 1/24 Rice ................................................... 78-80 .............L 1/26 at Arkansas ........................................ 71-94 .............L 1/27 at Oral Roberts .................................. 82-89 .............L 1/31 at Baylor ............................................ 63-79 .............L 2/5 Texas A&M ......................................... 90-78 ........... W 2/7 at Louisiana Tech ............................... 44-78 .............L 2/10 at TCU ............................................... 75-72 ........... W 2/14 Texas ................................................. 57-93 .............L 2/18 Texas Tech ......................................... 55-67 .............L 2/22 at Houston ....................................... 70-107 .............L 2/24 at Rice ............................................... 74-66 ........... W 2/28 Arkansas ............................................ 53-93 .............L T1 - UNLV Invitational (Las Vegas, Nev.) T2 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas)

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1987-88 ...........................................................(12-16) Coach: Welton Brown 11/27 Colorado State (T1) ........................... 55-56 .............L 11/28 Idaho (T1) .......................................... 69-52 ........... W 12/5 at Tulane ............................................ 73-84 .............L 12/6 at New Orleans .................................. 54-78 .............L 12/9 Texas-Arlington .................................. 81-56 ........... W 12/11 UT-Pan American (T2) ..................... 100-52 ........... W 12/12 Stephen F. Austin (T2) ....................... 56-70 .............L 12/16 North Texas ........................................ 62-61 ........... W 1/5 at Texas A&M ..................................... 71-59 ........... W 1/9 Baylor ................................................ 78-43 ........... W 1/13 Arkansas ............................................ 68-69 .............L 1/16 at Rice ............................................... 77-82 .............L 1/20 at Houston ......................................... 56-70 .............L 1/23 Texas Tech ......................................... 75-64 ........... W 1/27 Texas ................................................. 56-72 .............L 1/30 at TCU ............................................... 63-59 ........... W 2/3 Texas-San Antonio ............................. 81-58 ........... W 2/6 Texas A&M ......................................... 63-61 ........... W 2/10 at Baylor ............................................ 67-69 .............L 2/13 at Arkansas ........................................ 85-78 ........... W 2/17 Rice ................................................... 78-89 ............. L 2/20 Houston ............................................. 68-92 .............L 2/23 at Texas Tech ..................................... 52-75 .............L 2/27 at Texas ............................................. 46-66 .............L 2/29 Texas-Arlington .................................. 74-59 ........... W 3/2 TCU ................................................... 58-60 .............L 3/8 Stephen F. Austin ............................. 59-100 .............L 3/10 Texas Tech (T3) ................................. 49-60 .............L T1 - Idaho Tournament (Moscow, Idaho) T2 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - SWC Postseason Classic (Dallas, Texas) 1988-89 .......................................................................... (11-14) Coach: Welton Brown 12/1 New Orleans ...................................... 52-57 .............L 12/3 Rider (T1)............................................. 75-43 ............. W 12/4 Providence (T1) ................................. 94-100 ...............L at North Texas...................................... 67-65 ............. W 12/10 Stephen F. Austin................................. 63-78 ...............L 12/29 at California ......................................... 92-85 ............. W 12/30 at St. Mary's (Calif.) ............................. 91-80 ............. W 1/4 Texas-Arlington .................................... 54-70 ...............L 1/7 Texas A&M..................................... 87-88 OT ...............L 1/11 at Baylor .............................................. 66-62 ............. W 1/14 at Arkansas .......................................... 84-74 ............. W 1/18 Rice ..................................................... 71-68 ............. W 1/21 Houston ......................................... 78-91 OT ...............L 1/24 at Texas Tech ....................................... 70-63 ............. W 1/28 Texas ................................................... 70-92 ...............L 2/1 TCU ..................................................... 83-65 ............. W 2/7 at Texas A&M ....................................... 66-83 ...............L 2/15 Arkansas.............................................. 72-87 ...............L 2/18 at Rice ................................................. 70-63 ............. W 2/20 Baylor .................................................. 99-66 ............. W 2/22 at Houston ........................................... 69-80 ...............L 2/25 Texas Tech ........................................... 62-65 ...............L 2/28 Texas ................................................. 94-105 ...............L 3/3 at TCU ................................................. 65-78 ...............L 3/8 Texas Tech (T2) ................................... 65-81 ...............L T1 -Providence Tournament (Providence, R.I.) T2 - SWC Postseason Classic (Dallas, Texas) 1989-90 .............................................................(4-22) Coach: Welton Brown 11/24 So. Mississippi (T1) ............................. 57-78 ...............L 11/25 Texas-Arlington (T1) ............................ 55-61 ...............L 12/1 Stephen F. Austin (T2) ....................... 62-103 ...............L 12/3 Lamar (T2) ........................................... 75-92 ...............L 12/5 North Texas.......................................... 60-72 ...............L 12/7 at Texas-Arlington ................................ 65-74 ...............L 1/3 TCU ..................................................... 66-76 ...............L 1/4 Missouri ......................................... 74-72 OT ............. W 1/8 Houston ............................................... 68-93 ...............L 1/10 at Texas A&M ....................................... 45-93 ...............L 1/13 Texas ................................................... 77-95 ...............L 1/17 Arkansas.............................................. 52-84 ...............L 1/20 at Rice ................................................. 70-73 ...............L 1/24 at Houston ........................................... 73-81 ...............L 1/27 Texas Tech ........................................... 57-71 ...............L 1/31 Baylor .................................................. 88-81 ............. W 2/3 at TCU ................................................. 53-71 ...............L 2/10 Texas A&M........................................... 70-91 ...............L 2/13 at Texas ............................................. 70-105 ...............L 2/17 at Arkansas .......................................... 60-74 ...............L 2/20 Rice ..................................................... 67-64 ............. W 2/23 Wake Forest (T3) ................................. 64-81 ...............L 2/24 Boise State (T3) ................................... 66-75 ...............L 2/25 So. Utah St. (T3) ...................106-103 (3 OT) ............. W 2/27 at Texas Tech ....................................... 62-82 ...............L 3/9 at Baylor .............................................. 73-83 ...............L T1 - Dallas Hilton Inn Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Lady Dial Classic (Nacogdoches, Texas) T3 - Northern Lights Inv. (Anchorage, Alaska)

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1990-91 .............................................................(9-19) Coach: Welton Brown Arkansas State (T1) ............................. 71-83 ...............L 11/27 Southwest Texas St. ............................ 61-54 ............. W 11/29 Sam Houston St. ................................. 63-64 ...............L 12/1 at North Texas...................................... 64-62 ............. W 12/4 Texas-Arlington .................................... 76-64 ............. W Va. Commonwealth (T2) ...................... 53-61 ...............L Detroit (T2)........................................... 71-62 ............. W 12/29 at Kansas State ................................... 59-69 ...............L 12/30 at Missouri-K.C. ................................... 47-62 ...............L 1/2 Texas Tech ........................................... 57-85 ...............L 1/5 at TCU ................................................. 53-60 ...............L 1/12 Texas A&M........................................... 73-80 ...............L 1/16 at Baylor .............................................. 83-79 ............. W 1/19 at Arkansas .......................................... 61-99 ...............L 1/22 Rice ..................................................... 71-70 ............. W 1/26 Houston ............................................... 55-81 ...............L 1/29 at Texas ............................................... 65-93 ...............L 1/30 at Southwest Texas St. ........................ 60-58 ............. W 2/2 at Texas Tech ....................................... 76-90 ...............L 2/6 TCU ..................................................... 81-57 ............. W 2/9 at Texas-San Antonio ........................... 77-93 ...............L 2/12 at Texas A&M ....................................... 77-84 ...............L 2/16 Baylor .................................................. 73-69 ............. W 2/19 Arkansas.............................................. 66-77 ...............L 2/23 at Rice ................................................. 60-82 ...............L 2/27 at Houston ........................................... 53-90 ...............L 3/2 Texas ................................................... 52-90 ...............L 3/8 Texas Tech (T3) ................................... 56-71 ...............L T1 - Colony Parke Hotel Shootout (Dallas, Texas) T2 - O'Douls in the Desert (Las Vegas, Nev.) T3 - SWC Postseason Classic (Dallas, Texas) 1991-92 ...........................................................(17-12) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/23 at Texas-Arlington ................................ 77-76 ............. W 11/25 Tulane .................................................. 68-53 ............. W 11/29 Prairie View A&M (T1) ....................... 103-36 ............. W 11/30 Kent (T1) ............................................ 107-99 ............. W 12/3 at North Texas...................................... 67-71 ...............L 12/6 at Texas-San Antonio ........................... 59-56 ............. W 12/18 Oregon State ....................................... 73-64 ............. W 12/28 Alabama-Birmingham (T2)................... 81-82 ...............L 12/29 San Jose State (T2) ............................. 60-51 ............. W 1/5 at Oklahoma ........................................ 73-82 ...............L 1/8 Texas Tech ........................................... 76-98 ...............L 1/11 Texas A&M........................................... 66-69 ...............L 1/13 North Texas.......................................... 77-59 ............. W 1/15 at TCU ................................................. 79-46 ............. W 1/22 Texas ................................................... 81-83 ...............L 1/25 at Baylor .............................................. 89-82 ............. W 2/1 Rice ..................................................... 67-56 ............. W 2/5 Houston ............................................... 69-66 ............. W 2/8 at Texas Tech ....................................... 73-91 ...............L 2/12 at Texas A&M ....................................... 62-49 ............. W 2/15 TCU ..................................................... 97-44 ............. W 2/17 Oklahoma ............................................ 69-63 ............. W 2/21 at Southwest Texas St.. ....................... 55-71 ...............L 2/22 at Texas ............................................... 70-90 ...............L 2/25 Baylor .................................................. 71-63 ............. W 3/4 at Rice ................................................. 70-72 ...............L 3/7 at Houston ........................................... 66-75 ...............L 3/11 Texas A&M (T3) ................................... 85-77 ............. W 3/12 Texas Tech (T3) ................................... 67-79 ...............L T1 - Colony Parke Hotel Shootout (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Calistoga Holiday Classic (San Jose, Calif.) T3 - SWC Postseason Classic (Dallas, Texas) 1992-93 ...........................................................(20-10) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 12/1 Texas-Arlington .................................... 70-66 ............. W 12/5 at Oklahoma ........................................ 72-66 ............. W 12/8 North Texas.......................................... 96-57 ............. W 12/12 Oral Roberts ...................................... 107-72 ............. W 12/29 at Tulane .............................................. 58-82 ...............L 12/30 at Southeastern La. ............................. 71-60 ............. W 1/5 Stephen F. Austin................................. 78-69 ............. W 1/12 Texas ................................................... 69-93 ...............L 1/16 Texas Tech ......................................... 64-100 ...............L 1/20 TCU ..................................................... 86-82 ............. W 1/23 Houston ............................................... 68-76 ...............L 1/27 at Texas A&M ....................................... 77-74 ............. W 2/1 at Sam Houston State ......................... 79-58 ............. W 2/3 Baylor .................................................. 91-89 ............. W 2/6 at Rice ................................................. 68-60 ............. W 2/9 at Texas ............................................... 77-99 ...............L 2/13 at Texas Tech ....................................... 78-83 ...............L 2/17 at TCU ................................................. 89-69 ............. W 2/20 at Houston ........................................... 73-63 ............. W 2/24 Texas A&M........................................... 90-77 ............. W 2/26 NE Illinois (T1) ................................... 106-73 ............. W 2/27 Hawaii (T1) .......................................... 68-90 ...............L 2/28 Alaska-Anchorage (T1) ........................ 68-60 ............. W 3/3 at Baylor .............................................. 88-84 ............. W 3/6 Rice ..................................................... 64-65 ...............L 3/10 Houston (T2) ........................................ 96-80 ............. W 3/11 Texas (T2) ............................................ 76-95 ...............L

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3/25 UNLV (T3) ..................................... 76-74 OT ............. W 3/26 Florida Int'l. (T3)................................... 60-59 ............. W 3/27 Arkansas State (T3) ............................. 54-67 ...............L T1 - Northern Lights Inv. (Anchorage, Alaska) T2 - SWC Postseason Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - National Women's Invitation Tournament (Amarillo, Texas) 1993-94 .............................................................(18-9) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/27 at North Texas...................................... 82-61 ............. W 12/3 at Princeton (T1) .................................. 61-45 ............. W 12/4 at Pennsylvania (T1) ............................ 73-54 ............. W 12/10 Central Michigan (T2) .......................... 70-56 ............. W 12/21 Arkansas.............................................. 89-81 ............. W 12/28 California ............................................. 81-76 ............. W 12/31 Fordham .............................................. 83-59 ............. W 1/2 Oklahoma ............................................ 72-99 ...............L 1/5 Tulane .................................................. 74-64 ............. W 1/12 at Rice ................................................. 51-72 ...............L 1/15 Texas ................................................... 71-76 ...............L 1/19 at Texas Tech ....................................... 56-89 ...............L 1/22 at TCU ........................................... 89-84 OT ............. W 1/26 at Houston ........................................... 81-77 ............. W 1/29 Texas A&M........................................... 65-77 ...............L 2/1 Southwest Texas State ........................ 71-57 ............. W 2/5 at Baylor .............................................. 82-79 ............. W 2/8 Rice ..................................................... 73-59 ............. W 2/12 at Texas ............................................... 74-73 ............. W 2/16 Texas Tech ........................................... 68-85 ...............L 2/19 TCU ..................................................... 77-71 ............. W 2/23 Houston ............................................... 81-63 ............. W 2/26 at Texas A&M ..................................... 85-103 ...............L 3/5 Baylor .................................................. 88-73 ............. W 3/9 Houston (T3) ........................................ 82-73 ............. W 3/11 Texas Tech (T3) ................................... 78-99 ...............L 3/16 Louisiana Tech (T4) ............................. 62-96 ...............L T1 - Penn/Princeton Ivy Classic T2 - Days Inn Classic (Green Bay, Wisc.) T3 - Dr Pepper SWC Classic (Dallas, Texas) T4 - NCAA Mideast Regional (Ruston, La.) 1994-95 ...........................................................(21-10) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/25 Indiana (T1) ......................................... 63-69 ...............L 11/26 BYU (T1) .............................................. 88-74 ............. W 11/29 Sam Houston State ............................. 88-72 ............. W 12/2 Wisconsin (T2) ..................................... 80-77 ............. W 12/3 Arkansas (T2) ...................................... 79-85 ...............L 12/7 North Texas.......................................... 93-80 ............. W 12/9 UNC-Charlotte (T3).............................. 88-79 ............. W 12/10 Memphis (T3)....................................... 77-99 ...............L 12/19 Vermont ............................................... 89-74 ............. W 12/28 at LSU.................................................. 78-72 ............. W 12/30 at Tulane .............................................. 74-71 ............. W 1/3 Alcorn State ....................................... 106-78 ............. W 1/11 Baylor .................................................. 74-62 ............. W 1/14 at Rice ................................................. 72-84 ...............L 1/18 at Texas ............................................... 50-74 ...............L 1/21 Texas Tech ........................................... 61-80 ...............L 1/25 TCU ..................................................... 94-48 ............. W 1/28 Houston ............................................... 82-92 ...............L 2/1 at Texas A&M ....................................... 78-75 ............. W 2/8 at Baylor .............................................. 78-68 ............. W 2/11 Rice ..................................................... 95-59 ............. W 2/15 Texas ................................................... 82-74 ............. W 2/19 at Texas Tech ....................................... 58-79 ...............L 2/22 at TCU ............................................... 107-67 ............. W 2/25 at Houston ......................................... 106-88 ............. W 3/1 Texas A&M........................................... 80-67 ............. W 3/8 Baylor (T4) ........................................... 83-68 ............. W 3/10 Texas (T4) ............................................ 81-65 ............. W 3/11 Texas Tech (T4) ................................... 62-84 ...............L 3/16 So. Miss. (T5) ............................... 96-95 OT ............. W 3/18 Stanford (T5)........................................ 73-95 ...............L T1 - Cablevision Classic (Lincoln, Neb.) T2 - Dial Classic (Fayetteville, Ark.) T3 - Kitchens Unlimited-Union Planters Bank Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) T4 - Dr Pepper SWC Classic (Dallas, Texas) T5 - NCAA West Regional (Stanford, Calif.) 1995-96 ...........................................................(19-11) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/25 Georgia (T1) ........................................ 65-95 ...............L 11/26 Radford (T1) ........................................ 86-59 ............. W 12/1 New Mexico State ................................ 75-69 ............. W 12/5 at Oklahoma ........................................ 96-87 ............. W 12/17 George Washington (T2) ..................... 73-59 ............. W 12/19 Northwestern (T2) ................................ 78-73 ............. W 12/28 Wisconsin-Green Bay .......................... 82-58 ............. W 12/30 Utah ..................................................... 88-76 ............. W 1/3 Tulane .................................................. 62-71 ...............L 1/6 Houston ............................................. 100-59 ............. W 1/10 LSU...................................................... 81-68 ............. W 1/13 at Baylor ........................................ 73-70 OT ............ W 1/17 Rice ..................................................... 75-65 ............. W

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1/20 at Texas ............................................... 83-84 ...............L 1/24 Texas Tech ........................................... 73-86 ...............L 1/27 at TCU ................................................. 85-65 ............. W 1/29 at North Texas...................................... 69-66 ............. W 2/4 at Texas A&M ....................................... 55-63 ...............L 2/7 at Alcorn State ..................................... 58-78 ...............L 2/10 Baylor .................................................. 75-63 ............. W 2/12 Lamar .................................................. 85-69 ............. W 2/14 at Rice ................................................. 61-60 ............. W 2/17 Texas ................................................... 77-79 ............. W 2/21 at Texas Tech ....................................... 70-88 ...............L 2/24 TCU ..................................................... 86-65 ............. W 2/28 at Houston ........................................... 76-72 ............. W 3/1 Texas A&M........................................... 92-74 ............. W 3/6 Houston (T3) ........................................ 76-81 ...............L 3/15 DePaul (T4) ......................................... 82-96 ...............L T1 - Dial Classic (Norfolk, Va.) T2 - San Juan Shootout (San Juan, PR) T3 - Dr Pepper SWC Classic (Dallas, Texas) T4 - NCAA Mideast Regional (Iowa City, Iowa) 1996-97 ...........................................................(19-11) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/15 at Kansas (T1) ..................................... 66-77 ...............L 11/29 Louisville (T2) ...................................... 71-54 ............. W 11/30 at Colorado (T2)................................... 56-74 ...............L 12/4 at Texas A&M ....................................... 74-71 ............. W 12/7 Oklahoma ............................................ 91-82 ............. W 12/16 at New Mexico State (T3) .................... 79-65 ............. W 12/17 Portland (T3) ........................................ 56-71 ...............L 12/21 Texas Tech ........................................... 69-78 ...............L 12/28 North Texas.......................................... 88-50 ............. W 12/31 Stephen F. Austin................................. 76-73 ............. W 1/2 at Rice ................................................. 68-79 ...............L 1/5 at Tulsa ................................................ 82-58 ............. W 1/10 UTEP ................................................... 69-63 ............. W 1/12 New Mexico ......................................... 66-45 ............. W 1/16 at BYU ................................................. 85-62 ............. W 1/18 at Utah ................................................. 58-78 ...............L 1/23 Air Force .............................................. 85-58 ............. W 1/25 at TCU ..................................127-125 (4 OT) ............. W 1/28 at Louisiana Tech ................................. 60-88 ...............L 1/30 Tulsa .................................................... 97-53 ............. W 2/1 Rice ..................................................... 71-74 ...............L 2/6 at New Mexico ..................................... 61-68 ...............L 2/8 at UTEP ............................................... 77-50 ............. W 2/13 Utah ..................................................... 73-80 ...............L 2/15 BYU ..................................................... 68-54 ............. W 2/20 TCU ..................................................... 99-82 ............. W 2/25 at Air Force .......................................... 89-71 ............. W 3/3 San Jose State (T4) ............................. 76-62 ............. W 3/5 Colorado State (T4) ............................. 69-64 ............. W 3/7 Utah (T4).............................................. 63-78 ...............L T1 - Preseason Women's NIT T2 - Coors Classic (Boulder, Colo.) T3 - New Mexico State L'eggs Classic (Las Cruces, N.M.) T4 - WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) 1997-98 .............................................................(21-8) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/22 Sam Houston State ............................ 80-49 ............. W 11/25 at Tulane .............................................. 68-58 ............. W 11/26 at LSU.................................................. 59-70 ...............L 11/30 Oral Roberts ........................................ 71-48 ............. W 12/5 Arizona State (T1)................................ 74-59 ............. W 12/6 Oklahoma State (T1) .......................... 71-56 ............. W 12/14 Texas A&M........................................... 75-72 ............. W 12/16 at North Texas...................................... 78-63 ............. W 12/20 Louisiana Tech ..................................... 74-76 ...............L 12/29 at Texas Tech ....................................... 55-78 ...............L 1/2 Tulsa ................................................... 76-63 ............. W 1/4 Rice ................................................... 65-50 ............. W 1/8 at Fresno State ............................. 70-66 OT ............. W 1/10 at San Jose State ................................ 55-44 ............. W 1/15 Hawaii ................................................. 68-74 ...............L 1/17 San Diego State ................................. 71-62 ............. W 1/22 at UTEP .............................................. 64-57 ............. W 1/24 TCU .................................................... 74-66 ............. W 1/29 at Tulsa ......................................... 75-66 OT ............ W 1/31 at Rice ................................................ 63-77 ...............L 2/5 San Jose State .................................. 66-46 ............. W 2/7 Fresno State ...................................... 75-61 ............. W 2/12 at San Diego State .............................. 66-54 ............. W 2/14 at Hawaii ............................................. 69-73 ...............L 2/19 at TCU ................................................. 86-43 ............. W 2/24 UTEP .................................................. 78-64 ............. W 3/2 Wyoming (T2) ..................................... 69-55 ............. W 3/4 Colorado St. (T2) .......................... 64-67 OT ..............L 3/13 Virginia (T3) ......................................... 68-77 ...............L T1 - Cotton Bowl Basketball Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) T3 - NCAA East Regional (Tucson, Ariz.)

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1998-99 (20-11) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/14 at Oklahoma State ............................... 57-64 ...............L 11/18 at Texas A&M ................................ 78-75 OT ............. W 11/23 Texas Tech ........................................... 67-72 ...............L 11/27 Michigan State (T1) ............................. 71-80 ...............L 11/28 Arkansas State (T1) ............................. 91-69 ............. W 12/1 at Stephen F. Austin............................. 72-79 ...............L 12/5 Tulane .................................................. 80-81 ...............L 12/13 Grambling State................................... 93-69 ............. W 12/16 at Louisiana Tech ................................. 63-91 ...............L 12/22 North Texas.......................................... 71-64 ............. W 12/29 Louisiana State .................................... 63-79 ...............L 1/5 at Utah ................................................. 80-69 ............. W 1/9 at TCU ................................................. 67-53 ............. W 1/14 Wyoming .............................................. 97-66 ............. W 1/16 Colorado State..................................... 67-74 ...............L 1/21 at UNLV ........................................ 69-72 OT ...............L 1/23 at Air Force .......................................... 70-50 ............. W 1/28 Rice ..................................................... 77-66 ............. W 1/30 Tulsa .................................................... 65-64 ............. W 2/6 TCU ..................................................... 75-59 ............. W 2/11 at Wyoming .......................................... 76-67 ............. W 2/14 at Colorado State................................. 52-69 ...............L 2/18 Air Force .............................................. 82-44 ............. W 2/20 UNLV ................................................... 74-62 ............. W 2/25 at Tulsa ................................................ 69-59 ............. W 2/27 at Rice ................................................. 63-49 ............. W 3/3 BYU (T2) .............................................. 75-60 ............. W 3/5 New Mexico (T2).................................. 53-45 ............. W 3/6 Colorado State (T2) ............................. 65-49 ............. W 3/13 Toledo (T3) .......................................... 91-76 ............. W 3/15 at Georgia (T3) .................................... 55-68 ...............L T1 - SMU Women's Basketball Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - WAC Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) T3 - NCAA Mideast Regional (Athens, Ga.) 1999-2000 ............................................................................ (22-9) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/19 Sam Houston State ........................... 104-69 ............. W 11/26 Texas Southern (T1) ............................ 93-59 ............. W 11/27 George Washington (T1) ..................... 77-62 ............. W 11/30 Texas A&M .................................... 69-73 OT ..............L 12/4 at Texas Tech ....................................... 47-63 ...............L 12/13 at Tulane .............................................. 69-81 ...............L 12/15 at LSU.................................................. 56-73 ...............L 12/21 at North Texas...................................... 77-90 ...............L 12/28 vs. Maryland (T2) ................................. 72-65 ............. W 12/29 at Miami (T2)........................................ 76-55 ............. W 1/4 Utah ..................................................... 51-43 ............. W 1/8 North Texas.......................................... 73-58 ............. W 1/13 Hawaii .................................................. 68-51 ............. W 1/15 San Jose State .................................... 80-42 ............. W 1/20 at UTEP ............................................... 66-31 ............. W 1/22 at Fresno State .................................... 86-50 ............. W 1/29 TCU ..................................................... 82-63 ............. W 2/3 Tulsa .................................................... 73-66 ............. W 2/5 Rice ..................................................... 75-66 ............. W 2/10 at San Jose State ................................ 71-44 ............. W 2/12 at Hawaii .............................................. 51-63 ...............L 2/17 Fresno State .................................. 78-68 OT ............. W 2/19 UTEP ................................................... 79-48 ............. W 2/27 at TCU ................................................. 84-74 ............. W 3/2 at Rice ................................................. 56-69 ...............L 3/4 at Tulsa ................................................ 58-45 ............. W 3/8 vs. San Jose State (T3) ...................... 99-56 ............. W 3/2 at Rice................................................. 56-69 ...............L 3/4 at Tulsa ............................................... 58-45 ............. W 3/8 vs. San Jose State (T3) ...................... 99-56 ............. W 3/10 vs. Tulsa (T3) ...................................... 58-46 ............. W 3/11 vs. Rice (T3)........................................ 67-71 ...............L 3/18 vs. No. Carolina St. (T4) ..................... 64-63 ............. W 3/20 at Old Dominion (T4)........................... 76-96 ...............L T1 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Gatorade Hurricane Classic (Miami, Fla.) T3 - WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) T4 - NCAA Midwest Regional (Norfolk, Va.)

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REVIEW

2000-01 ...........................................................(17-12) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/17 vs. Florida A&M (T1) ............................ 79-65 ............. W 11/18 at Stephen F. Austin (T1) ..................... 62-69 ...............L 11/21 TAMU-Corpus Christi ........................... 62-57 ............. W 11/28 LSU...................................................... 62-83 ...............L 12/1 Southern Illinois (T2)............................ 86-80 ............. W 12/2 Boston University (T2) ......................... 63-56 ............. W 12/6 Tulane .................................................. 66-75 ...............L 12/9 at Oklahoma ...................................... 71-101 ...............L 12/20 North Texas.......................................... 72-61 ............. W 12/28 at Utah ................................................. 40-79 ...............L 12/30 at BYU ................................................. 58-72 ...............L 1/5 at San Jose State ................................ 74-57 ............. W 1/7 at Hawaii .............................................. 56-74 ...............L 1/12 Fresno State ........................................ 66-55 ............. W 1/14 Nevada ................................................ 68-65 ............. W 1/19 UTEP ................................................... 72-53 ............. W 1/21 at Rice ................................................. 84-72 ............. W 1/26 at Nevada ............................................ 61-75 ...............L 1/28 at Fresno State .................................... 68-70 ...............L 2/2 Rice ..................................................... 86-71 ............. W 2/4 at Tulsa ................................................ 57-52 ............. W 2/9 TCU ..................................................... 63-71 ...............L 2/13 at UTEP ............................................... 63-57 ............. W 2/16 Hawaii .................................................. 48-62 ...............L 2/18 San Jose State .................................... 80-71 ............. W 2/25 Tulsa .................................................... 67-53 ............. W 3/3 at TCU ................................................. 87-79 ............. W 3/7 vs. Fresno State (T3) ........................... 61-56 ............. W 3/8 vs. Hawaii (T3) ............................... 88-97 OT ...............L T1 - Conoco Classic (Nacogdoches, Texas) T2 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) 2001-02 ...........................................................(12-18) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/17 vs. Ga. Southern (T1) .......................... 56-53 ............. W 11/18 vs. So. Florida (T1) .............................. 64-79 ..... L 11/21 at North Texas ..................................................... 53-72 ...............L 11/24 Utah ..................................................... 49-48 ............. W 11/30 Western Illinois (T2) ............................. 57-54 ............. W 12/1 Chattanooga (T2)................................. 65-67 ...............L 12/5 #3 Oklahoma ....................................... 70-91 ...............L 12/8 BYU ..................................................... 92-83 ............. W 12/21 vs. Alabama (T3).................................. 69-85 ...............L 12/22 vs. E. Michigan (T3) ............................. 83-65 ............. W 12/28 at Fresno State .................................... 63-70 ...............L 12/30 at Nevada ............................................ 68-70 ...............L 1/3 UTEP ................................................... 73-76 ...............L 1/5 Boise State .......................................... 62-56 ............. W 1/11 at Hawaii .............................................. 51-52 ...............L 1/13 at San Jose State ................................ 54-61 ...............L 1/20 #10 Louisiana Tech .............................. 45-68 ...............L 1/24 Rice ..................................................... 59-66 ...............L 1/26 Tulsa .................................................... 62-76 ...............L 1/30 at Boise State ...................................... 62-59 ............. W 2/2 at UTEP ............................................... 81-54 ............. W 2/7 San Jose State .................................... 92-87 ............. W 2/9 Hawaii .................................................. 53-60 ...............L 2/16 at #7 Louisiana Tech ............................ 36-82 ...............L 2/21 at Tulsa ................................................ 60-62 ...............L 2/23 at Rice ................................................. 52-68 ...............L 2/28 Nevada ................................................ 58-56 ............. W 3/2 Fresno State ........................................ 68-64 ............. W 3/5 vs. UTEP (T4) ...................................... 73-66 ............. W 3/6 vs. Rice (T4) ........................................ 57-80 ...............L T1 - Boston Univ. Classic (Boston, Mass.) T2 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - Torneo de Cancun (Cancun, Mexico) T4 - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) 2002-03 ...........................................................(16-15) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/22 Stony Brook (T1).................................. 66-39 ............. W 11/23 Wake Forest (T1) ........................... 83-71 OT ............. W 11/29 vs. Missouri (T2) .................................. 72-70 ............. W 11/30 TAMU-CC (T2) ..................................... 53-58 ...............L 12/5 at TCU ................................................. 57-77 ...............L 12/16 North Texas.......................................... 68-64 ............. W 12/19 Southern Cal........................................ 58-80 ...............L 12/21 at # 15 Oklahoma ................................ 71-68 ............. W 12/28 vs. #20 Boston College........................ 57-67 ...............L 12/29 vs. NC-Greensboro .............................. 62-49 ............. W 1/4 #14 Louisiana Tech .............................. 64-74 ...............L 1/9 Hawaii .................................................. 66-56 ............. W 1/11 San Jose State .................................... 86-77 ............. W 1/16 at Fresno State .................................... 62-75 ...............L 1/18 at Nevada ............................................ 77-72 ............. W 1/23 Rice ..................................................... 67-62 ............. W 1/25 Tulsa .................................................... 64-61 ............. W 1/30 at UTEP ............................................... 69-71 ...............L 2/1 at Boise State ...................................... 75-78 ...............L 2/6 at San Jose State ................................ 61-58 ............. W 2/8 at Hawaii .............................................. 60-69 ...............L 2/13 Nevada ................................................ 59-70 ...............L 2/15 Fresno State .................................. 70-77 OT ...............L 2/20 at Tulsa ................................................ 50-61 ...............L

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MEDIA

2/22 at Rice ................................................. 48-68 ...............L 2/27 Boise State .......................................... 78-61 ............. W 3/1 UTEP ................................................... 68-62 ............. W 3/6 at #6 Louisiana Tech ............................ 56-89 ...............L 3/11 vs. Nevada (T4) ................................... 60-49 ............. W 3/12 vs. Rice (T4) ........................................ 58-55 ............. W 3/14 vs. Fresno State (T4) ........................... 76-81 ...............L T1 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Flint Hills Resources Islander Classic (Corpus Christi, Texas) T3 - Tulane Classic (New Orleans, La.) T4 - WAC Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) 2003-04 ...........................................................(13-15) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/24 #23 TCU .............................................. 64-74 ...............L 11/28 UTA (T1) .............................................. 74-71 ............. W 11/29 #5 Texas Tech (T1) .............................. 47-77 ...............L 12/3 #16 Oklahoma ..................................... 63-85 ...............L 12/14 at San Diego State .............................. 64-55 ............. W 12/17 at USC ................................................. 48-64 ...............L 12/21 at North Texas...................................... 70-66 ............. W 12/28 at Maine ............................................... 44-43 ............. W 12/30 at New Hampshire ............................... 62-63 ...............L 1/3 at Rice ................................................. 60-78 ...............L 1/5 at Tulsa .......................................... 72-64 OT ............. W 1/8 Fresno State ........................................ 67-62 ............. W 1/10 Nevada ................................................ 70-62 ............. W 1/15 at Hawaii .............................................. 50-67 ...............L 1/17 at San Jose State .......................... 59-64 OT ...............L 1/24 at #11 Louisiana Tech .......................... 52-88 ...............L 1/29 UTEP ................................................... 54-39 ............. W 1/31 Boise State .......................................... 66-41 ............. W 2/5 at Nevada ............................................ 71-68 ............. W 2/7 at Fresno State .................................... 35-49 ...............L 2/12 San Jose State .................................... 88-61 ............. W 2/14 Hawaii .................................................. 74-65 ............. W 2/21 #6 Louisiana Tech ................................ 79-89 ...............L 2/26 at Boise State ...................................... 57-76 ...............L 2/28 at UTEP ............................................... 52-45 ............. W 3/4 Tulsa .................................................... 67-73 ...............L 3/6 Rice ..................................................... 60-70 ...............L 3/10 vs. UTEP (T2) ................................ 73-80 OT ...............L T1 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) 2004-05 ...........................................................(19-11) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/19 Sam Houston State ............................. 55-45 ............. W 11/21 Maine ................................................... 58-44 ............. W 11/26 Mercer (T1) .......................................... 99-77 ............. W 11/27 Ole Miss (T1) ....................................... 72-69 ............. W 12/2 at #23 TCU .......................................... 65-85 ...............L 12/5 North Texas.......................................... 60-46 ............. W 12/11 UTA ...................................................... 65-40 ............. W 12/18 vs. UTSA (T2) ...................................... 66-46 ............. W 12/19 at Denver (T2)...................................... 60-42 ............. W 12/22 San Diego State .................................. 80-36 ............. W 12/30 Rice ..................................................... 77-68 ............. W 1/1 Tulsa .................................................... 75-60 ............. W 1/6 at Fresno State .................................... 68-59 ............. W 1/8 at Nevada ............................................ 62-63 ...............L 1/13 Hawaii .................................................. 63-70 ...............L 1/15 San Jose State .................................... 58-37 ............. W 1/22 Louisiana Tech ..................................... 62-69 ...............L 1/27 at UTEP ............................................... 71-64 ............. W 1/29 at Boise State ...................................... 63-57 ............. W 2/3 Nevada ................................................ 64-55 ............. W 2/5 Fresno State ........................................ 62-70 ...............L 2/10 at San Jose State .......................... 62-63 OT ...............L 2/12 at Hawaii .............................................. 52-50 ............. W 2/19 at Louisiana Tech ................................. 63-77 ...............L 2/24 Boise State .......................................... 59-53 ............. W 2/26 UTEP ................................................... 67-51 ............. W 3/3 at Tulsa ................................................ 67-90 ...............L 3/5 at Rice ................................................. 50-53 ...............L 3/9 vs. Fresno State (T3) ........................... 53-71 ...............L 3/17 at SMS (T4) ......................................... 56-83 ...............L T1 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - DU Wells Fargo Classic (Denver, Colo.) T3 - WAC Tournament (Reno, Nev.) T4 - WNIT (Springfield, Mo.)

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PREVIEW

PLAYERS

COACHES

2005-06 ................................................................ (16-14) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/11 Louisiana-Lafayette (T1) ............................53-45 .............. W 11/13 at #25 Oklahoma (T1) ................................43-80 ................L 11/18 Arkansas ....................................................63-73 ................L 11/25 Louisiana-Monroe (T2) ...............................56-44 .............. W 11/26 Virginia Tech (T2) .......................................61-87 ................L 11/30 UTA ............................................................67-58 .............. W 12/3 at North Texas ............................................69-84 ................L 12/13 at George Washington ...............................58-76 ................L 12/16 at Liberty ....................................................61-71 ................L 12/20 TCU ............................................................68-79 ................L 12/22 UC-Irvine ....................................................77-51 .............. W 12/30 Sam Houston State ....................................96-68 .............. W 1/2 at Tulsa.......................................................54-73 ................L 1/6 at Tulane ....................................................78-66 .............. W 1/8 at UTEP......................................................69-80 ................L 1/13 Memphis.....................................................67-45 .............. W 1/15 UAB ............................................................54-49 .............. W 1/20 Houston ......................................................66-53 .............. W 1/22 Rice ............................................................67-58 .............. W 1/27 at East Carolina..........................................63-75 ................L 1/29 at Marshall..................................................72-67 .............. W 2/6 Southern Miss ............................................84-62 .............. W 2/10 at UCF ........................................................69-57 .............. W 2/12 Tulsa ..........................................................67-78 ................L 2/17 at Rice ........................................................56-71 ................L 2/19 at Houston ..................................................63-61 .............. W 2/24 UTEP..........................................................59-46 .............. W 2/26 Tulane ........................................................58-71 ................L 3/3 Tulane (T3)..................................... 86-84 (3 OT) .............. W 3/4 Rice (T3) ....................................................52-57 ................L T1 - Preseason WNIT T2 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T3 - Conference USA Tournament (Dallas, Texas) 2006-07 ................................................................ (18-12) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/12 UTSA........................................................78-49 .............. W 11/17 Sam Houston State ..................................84-50 .............. W 11/20 at Stephen F. Austin .................................84-75 .............. W 11/24 Bradley (T1) .............................................80-61 .............. W 11/25 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (T1) .......................47-53 ................L 12/1 at TCU......................................................71-83 ................L 12/3 UTA ..........................................................67-64 .............. W 12/9 North Texas ..............................................70-53 .............. W 12/13 at #25 Arkansas .......................................58-70 ................L 12/19 vs. Detroit-Mercy (T2) ..............................73-50 .............. W 12/20 vs. #4 Duke (T2) .....................................45-75 ................L 12/30 Texas Tech ...............................................72-61 .............. W 1/2 Tulsa ........................................................64-54 .............. W 1/5 at Memphis ..............................................97-65 .............. W 1/7 at UAB......................................................68-71 ................L 1/12 UTEP .......................................................70-59 .............. W 1/14 Tulane ......................................................58-63 ................L 1/21 at Tulsa ....................................................55-74 ................L 1/25 at Rice ......................................................69-80 ................L 1/27 at Houston................................................65-81 ................L 2/1 UCF..........................................................73-47 .............. W 2/4 at Southern Miss ......................................69-65 .............. W 2/9 East Carolina ...........................................58-70 ................L 2/11 Marshall ...................................................65-48 .............. W 2/15 Rice ..........................................................64-50 .............. W 2/17 Houston....................................................61-50 .............. W 2/22 at Tulane ..................................................72-78 ................L 2/24 at UTEP ...................................................68-58 .............. W 3/1 vs. UCF (T3) ............................................79-58 .............. W 3/2 vs. East Carolina (T3) ..............................62-76 ................L T1 - SMU Hoops for the Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Carribean Classic (Cancun, Mexico) T3 - Conference USA Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) 2007-08 (24-9) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/9 Texas A&M .............................................62-57 ................L 11/13 at Texas A&M CC...................................74-70 .............. W 11/20 TCU .......................................................66-61 .............. W 11/23 Western Michigan (T1) ..........................86-61 .............. W 11/24 Kansas (T1) ...........................................68-56 .............. W 11/28 Stephen F. Austin ...................................60-60 .............. W 12/1 at North Texas........................................68-62 .............. W 12/6 Coppin State ..........................................71-68 .............. W 12/8 Texas-Arlington ......................................97-66 .............. W 12/19 at Manhattan ..........................................70-60 ................L 12/21 at Hofstra ...............................................77-70 .............. W 12/29 at Texas Tech .........................................75-70 ................L 1/2 at Texas-San Antonio .................................74-72 .............. W 1/5 at Tulsa.......................................................75-62 ................L 1/11 UCF ............................................................90-62 .............. W 1/13 Southern Miss ............................................85-72 .............. W 1/18 at East Carolina................................. 73-68 (OT) .............. W 1/20 at Marshall..................................................72-50 .............. W 1/26 Tulsa ..........................................................70-68 ................L 1/31 UTEP..........................................................69-64 ................L 2/2 Tulane ........................................................81-69 .............. W 2/7 at Rice ........................................................80-68 .............. W 2/9 at Houston ..................................................74-51 .............. W 2/14 Memphis.....................................................93-49 .............. W 2/17 at UAB ........................................................84-51 .............. W 2/21 Rice ............................................................80-68 .............. W 2/23 Houston ......................................................85-74 .............. W 2/28 at UTEP......................................................76-63 ................L 3/1 at Tulane ....................................................76-63 ................L 3/7 Tulsa (T2) ...................................................68-49 .............. W 3/8 Marshall (T2) ..............................................68-59 .............. W 3/9 UTEP (T2) ..................................................73-57 .............. W 3/23 Notre Dame (T3) ........................................75-62 ................L T1 - SMU Hoops For The Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Conference USA Championship (Orlando, Fla.) T3 - NCAA Tournament (West Lafayette, Ind.)

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

2008-09 (20-12) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/14 UTA.......................................................79-85 ................L 11/21 at Arkansas ..........................................69-78 ................L 11/22 at Eastern Illinois ......................... 65-71 (OT) ................L 11/28 Sam Houston State (T1).......................73-52 .............. W 11/29 Charlotte (T1) .......................................74-76 ................L 12/2 Texas A&M Corpus Christi....................73-65 .............. W 12/7 at Texas A&M .......................................48-80 ................L 12/14 North Texas ..........................................74-57 .............. W 12/16 Dartmouth ............................................65-63 .............. W 12/19 vs. Jacksonville (T2).............................65-67 ................L 12/20 vs. Virginia Tech (T2)............................63-56 .............. W 12/28 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ..............................92-75 .............. W 12/30 at TCU ..................................................79-75 .............. W 1/3 Tulsa.....................................................67-56 .............. W 1/8 Marshall................................................63-70 ................L 1/10 East Carolina........................................80-73 .............. W 1/18 at Tulsa.................................................65-53 .............. W 1/22 at Tulane ..............................................59-56 .............. W 1/24 at UTEP................................................70-64 .............. W 1/29 Houston ................................................59-56 .............. W 1/31 Rice ......................................................68-52 .............. W 2/5 at Southern Miss ..................................65-75 ................L 2/7 at UCF ..................................................68-78 ................L 2/12 at Memphis...........................................71-57 .............. W 2/15 UAB ......................................................81-51 .............. W 2/20 at Houston ............................................73-75 ................L 2/22 at Rice ..................................................63-41 .............. W 2/26 Tulane ..................................................61-49 .............. W 2/28 UTEP....................................................78-65 .............. W 3/6 East Carolina (T3) ................................77-69 .............. W 3/7 UCF (T3) ..............................................51-62 ................L 3/19 at La. Tech (T4) ....................................54-77 L T1 - SMU Hoops For The Cure Classic (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Padre Island Tournament (South Padre Island, Texas) T3 - Conference USA Championship (Orlando, Fla.) T4 - WNIT (Ruston, La.) 2009-10 (20-11) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/13 Loyola Marymount................................78-58 .............. W 11/18 Arkansas ..............................................69-78 .............. W 11/21 at Univ. of New Orleanes......................63-52 .............. W 11/24 Eastern Illinois ......................................79-52 .............. W 11/27 Hampton (T1) .......................................84-71 .............. W 11/28 Boston College (T1) .............................69-68 ................L 12/2 Univ. of North Texas .............................80-58 .............. W 12/9 TCU ......................................................84-68 ................L 12/19 Wichita State (T2) ................................67-60 .............. W 12/20 Indiana State (T2) ................................69-54 .............. W 12/28 Hofstra..................................................66-65 .............. W 12/30 Texas Southern Univ. ...........................62-56 .............. W 1/2 at Utah..................................................72-58 ................L 1/7 at UAB ..................................................62-60 ................L 1/9 at Memphis...........................................64-59 .............. W 1/15 UTEP....................................................72-61 .............. W 1/17 Tulane ..................................................70-59 .............. W 1/23 East Carolina........................................73-59 .............. W 1/28 at Rice ..................................................61-58 ................L 1/30 at Houston ............................................74-67 .............. W 2/5 at UTEP................................................71-61 ................L 2/7 at Tulane ..............................................78-59 ................L 2/12 Rice ......................................................73-54 .............. W 2/14 Houston ................................................73-67 ................L 2/18 at Tulsa.................................................57-54 ................L 2/21 at Marshall............................................74-64 .............. W 2/25 UCF ......................................................69-61 .............. W 2/27 Southern Miss ......................................81-66 .............. W 3/3 Tulsa.....................................................71-52 .............. W 3/9 UAB (T3) ..............................................64-55 ................L 3/17 New Mexico (T4) ..................................66-51 ................L T1 - SMU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Bahamas Tournament (Nassau, Bahamas) T3 - Conference USA Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) T4 - Women's NIT (Albuquerque, NM)

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MEDIA

2011-12 (14-17) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/12 Alcorn State..........................................76-54 .............. W 11/14 at Arkansas-Little Rock ........................69-60 .............. W 11/17 TCU ......................................................47-38 .............. W 11/22 at North Texas ......................................46-50 ................L 11/25 Cal State Fullerton (T1) ........................75-63 .............. W 11/26 Fresno State (T1) .................................67-88 ................L 12/1 at Kansas .............................................52-75 ................L 12/3 at Wichita State ....................................43-63 ................L 12/5 Northwestern State ..............................67-41 .............. W 12/18 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ...................73-64 .............. W 12/21 Wake Forest .........................................53-65 ................L 12/28 UT-San Antonio ....................................69-65 .............. W 12/30 Stephen F. Austin .................................60-66 ................L 1/5 UTEP....................................................53-64 ................L 1/8 at Rice ..................................................54-56 ................L 1/12 Houston ................................................76-61 .............. W 1/15 at Marshall............................................55-53 .............. W 1/22 East Carolina........................................68-44 .............. W 1/26 UCF ......................................................60-48 .............. W 1/29 Tulsa.....................................................39-42 ................L 2/2 at Houston ............................................63-50 .............. W 2/5 at Tulane ..............................................63-75 ................L 2/9 Memphis...............................................55-60 ................L 2/12 Southern Miss ......................................67-74 ................L 2/16 at UAB ..................................................46-50 ................L 2/19 Rice ......................................................60-69 ................L 2/23 at UTEP................................................50-68 ................L 2/26 Tulane ..................................................54-49 .............. W 3/1 at Tulsa.................................................57-61 ................L 3/7 Marshall (T2) ........................................53-52 .............. W 3/8 at Memphis (T2) ...................................67-77 ................L T1 - SMU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Conference USA Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.) 2012-13 (21-10) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/10 Alcorn State..........................................76-46 .............. W 11/12 Texas Southern ....................................66-50 .............. W 11/15 North Texas ..........................................67-63 .............. W 11/19 Ark.-Little Rock .....................................43-47 ................L 11/23 SIU-Edwardsville (T1) ..........................64-46 .............. W 11/24 Montana State (T1) ..............................71-70 .............. W 11/28 at TCU ..................................................70-76 ................L 12/1 UT-Pan Am ...........................................71-35 .............. W 12/17 Louisiana-Monroe ................................76-56 .............. W 12/19 Stephen F. Austin .................................71-62 .............. W 12/22 Wichita State ........................................59-61 ................L 12/28 at San Diego State (T2) .......................72-88 ................L 12/30 vs. Harvard (T2) ...................................88-73 .............. W 1/10 at Tulane ..............................................62-56 .............. W 1/13 UCF ......................................................69-54 .............. W 1/17 at Southern Miss ..................................79-69 .............. W 1/20 Rice ......................................................73-51 .............. W 1/27 at Tulsa.................................................71-46 .............. W 1/31 Houston ................................................58-54 .............. W 2/3 at UTEP................................................82-73 .............. W 2/7 UAB .......................................... 94-92 (3 OT) .............. W 2/10 Marshall................................................67-50 .............. W 2/14 at East Carolina....................................47-63 ................L 2/17 at Memphis...........................................74-67 .............. W 2/21 Tulsa.....................................................69-60 .............. W 2/24 at Houston ............................................58-65 ................L 2/28 Tulane ..................................................68-73 ................L 3/3 UTEP....................................................73-71 .............. W 3/7 at Rice ..................................................46-58 ................L 3/14 vs. UCF (T3).........................................66-70 ................L 3/21 at Bowling Green (T4) ..........................70-76 ................L T1 - SMU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) T2 - Surf 'N Slam Classic (San Diego, Calif.) T3 - Conference USA Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) T4 - Women's NIT (Bowling Green, Ohio)

2010-11 (14-16) Coach: Rhonda Rompola 11/12 Utah......................................................43-44 ................L 11/17 at TCU ....................................... 73-87 (2OT) .................l 11/21 at UTSA................................................69-47 .............. W 11/26 Arkansas St.(T1) ....................... 86-80 (2OT) .............. W 11/27 Akron (T1) ............................................75-67 .............. W 12/1 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ..............................80-48 .............. W 12/4 Kansas .................................................65-73 ................L 12/7 North Texas ..........................................85-72 .............. W 12/18 No. 23 Texas (T2) .................................73-91 ................L 12/19 South Florida (T2) ................................55-61 ................L 12/20 at UNLV (T2) ........................................56-55 .............. W 12/30 at Stephen F. Austin .............................69-59 .............. W 1/3 at Wake Forest .....................................49-66 ................L 1/6 at Tulane ..............................................58-62 ................L 1/9 Houston ................................................73-77 ................L 1/13 at Tulsa.................................................75-56 .............. W 1/16 UCF ......................................................70-63 .............. W 1/23 UTEP....................................................81-79 .............. W 1/27 at Southern Miss. .................................63-75 ................L 1/30 at Houston ............................................67-72 ................L 2/3 Tulane ..................................................77-73 .............. W 2/6 at Rice ..................................................60-69 ................L 2/10 Marshall................................................62-46 .............. W 2/13 Tulsa.....................................................66-58 .............. W 2/17 at East Carolina....................................70-77 ................L 2/20 UAB ......................................................49-53 ................L 2/24 at Memphis...........................................63-73 ................L 2/27 at UTEP................................................70-64 .............. W 3/3 Rice ......................................................63-73 ................L 3/9 at UTEP (T3) ........................................57-75 ................L T1 - SMU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) T2 - BTI Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) T3 - Conference USA Tournament (El Paso, Texas)

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Denotes postseason appearance

PREVIEW

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

HISTORY

SMU

MEDIA

SMU SERIES HISTORY Abilene Christian 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1983-84

(2-2) L, 67-69 L, 59-98 W, 83-53 W, 82-59

1989-90

Air Force 1996-97

(4-0) W,85-58 W, 89-71 W, 70-50 W, 82-44

1992-93

1998-99 Akron 2010-11

(1-0) W, 75-67

Alabama 2001-02

(0-1) L, 69-85

Alaska-Anchorage 1992-93

(1-0) W, 68-60

Alcorn State 1986-87 1994-95 1995-96 2011-12 2012-13

(4-1) W, 72-60 W, 106-78 L, 58-78 W, 76-54 W, 76-46

Arizona State 1997-98

(1-0) W, 74-59

Arkansas 1980-81

1990-91 1991-92

1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Boise State 1989-90 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

W, 88-81 L, 73-83 W, 83-79 W, 73-69 W, 89-82 W, 71-63 W, 91-89 W, 88-84 W, 82-79 W, 88-73 W, 74-62 W, 78-68 W, #83-68 W, 73-70 W, 75-63 (6-3) L, 66-75 W, 62-56 W, 62-59 L, 69-71 W, 78-61 W, 66-41 L, 57-76 W, 63-57 W, 59-53

Boston College 2002-03 2009-10

(0-2) L, 57-67 L, 69-68

Boston University 2000-01

(1-0) W, 63-56

Bowling Green 2012-13

(0-1) L, ^70-76

Bradley University 2006-07

(1-0) W, 80-61

1993-94 1994-95 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10

(5-21) W, 69-58 L, #61-66 L, 59-76 L, 54-60 L, 59-66 L, 64-80 L, 56-85 L, 78-90 L, 53-79 L, #75-82 L, 71-94 L, 53-93 L, 68-69 W, 85-78 W, 84-74 L, 72-87 L, 52-84 L ,60-74 L, 61-99 L, 66-77 W, 89-81 L, 79-85 L, 63-73 L, 58-70 L, 69-78 W, 76-71

Arkansas-Little Rock 2011-12 2012-13 Arkansas Pine Bluff 2008-09 2010-11

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

Arkansas State 1990-91 1992-93 1998-99 2010-11 Baylor 1976-77 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

BYU 1994-95 1996-97 1998-99 2000-01 2001-02

(5-1) W, 88-74 W, 85-62 W, 68-54 W, $75-60 L, 58-72 W, 92-83

California 1988-89 1993-94

(2-0) W, 92-85 W, 81-76

Cal-Irvine 1985-86 2005-06

(1-1) L, 54-57 W, 77-51

Cal State Fullerton 2011-12

(1-0) W, 75-63

(1-1) W, 69-60 L, 43-47

Central Michigan 1985-86 1993-94

(1-1) L, 54-75 W, 70-56

(2-0) W, 92-75 W, 80-48

Charlotte 2008-09

(2-2) L, 71-83 L, 54-67 W, 91-69 W, 86-80 (2OT) (23-13) L, 48-89 W, 60-47 L, 60-69 L, 65-80 L, #55-81 L, 85-95 W, 88-78 L, 62-79 W, 69-67 L, 59-68 W, 80-61 W, 83-71 L, 65-72 L, 62-64 W, 76-62 L, 58-69 L, 63-79 W, 78-43 L, 67-69 W, 66-62 W, 99-66

Denver 2004-05

(1-0) W, 60-42

DePaul 1995-96

(0-1) L, *82-96

Detroit 1990-91 2006-07 (neutral site)

(2-0) W, 71-62 W, 73-50

Drake 1976-77

(0-1) L, 50-59

Duke University 2006-07 (neutral site)

(0-1) L, 45-75

East Carolina 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

(5-5) L, 63-75 L, 58-70 L, !62-76 W, 73-68 (OT) W, 80-73 W, !77-69 W, 73-59 L, 70-77 W, 68-44 L, 47-63

East Texas Baptist 1976-77 1977-78

(2-0) W, 85-70 W, 70-46

East Texas State 1976-77

(13-0) W, 67-58 W, 61-49 W, 62-50 W, 53-49 W, 80-64 W, 69-57 W, 64-63 W, 57-54 W, 69-65 W, 71-50 W, 57-54 W, 85-56 W, 44-42

1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Eastern Illinois 2008-09 2009-10

(1-1) L, 65-71 OT W, 79-52

Eastern Michigan 2001-02

(1-0) W, 83-65

Eastern Washington 1982-83

(1-0) W, 67-60

Eastfield 1976-77

(1-0) W, 83-16

El Centro 1977-78

(1-0) W, 67-52

(0-1) L, 74-76

Florida A&M 2000-01

(1-0) W, 79-65

Chattanooga 2001-02

(0-1) L, 65-67

Florida International 1992-93

(1-0) W, 60-59

Cincinnati 1979-80

(0-1) L, 53-61

Fordham 1993-94

(1-0) W, 83-59

Cleveland State 1986-87

(1-0) W, 95-78

Fresno State 1997-98

Colorado 1996-97

(0-1) L, 56-74

1999-2000

Colorado College 1979-80 Colorado State 1987-88 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

(1-0) W, 72-55 (2-4) L, 55-56 W, $69-64 L, $64-67 (OT) L, 67-74 L, 52-69 W, $65-49

Coppin State 2007-08

(1-0) W, 71-68

Dartmouth 2008-09

(1-0) W, 65-63

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2011-12

(9-8) W, 70-66 (OT) W, 75-61 W, 86-50 W, 78-68 (OT) W, 66-55 L, 68-70 L, 63-70 W, 68-64 W, 61-56 L, 62-75 L, 70-77 OT L, $67-81 W, 67-62 L, 35-49 W, 68-59 L, 62-70 L, $53-71 L, 67-88

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George Washington 1995-96 1999-2000 2005-06

(2-1) W, 73-59 W, 77-62 L, 58-76

Georgia 1995-96 1998-99

(0-2) L, 65-95 L, *55-68

Georgia Southern 2001-02

(1-0) W, 56-53

Grambling State 1998-99

(1-0) W, 93-69

Hampton 2009-10

1-0 W, 84-71

Hardin-Simmons 1985-68

(1-0) W, 82-46

Harvard 2012-13 (neutral site)

(1-0) W, 88-73

Hawai’i 1984-85 1992-93 1997-98 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Hawai’i-Pacific 1984-85

(4-14) L, 56-68 L, 62-86 L, 68-90 L, 68-74 L, 69-73 W, 68-51 L, 51-63 L, 56-74 L, 48-62 L, $87-98 OT L, 51-52 L, 53-60 W, 66-56 L, 60-69 L, 50-67 W, 74-65 L, 63-70 W, 52-50 (1-0) W, 115-64

Hofstra 2007-08 2009-10

(2-0) W, 77-70 W, 66-55

Houston 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

(19-29) L, 71-77 L, 60-68 L, 67-70 L, #65-95 L, 62-89 L, 69-82 L, 76-114 L, 56-109 L, 65-81 L, 71-93 L, 70-107 L, 56-70 L, 68-92 L, 78-91 L, 69-80 L, 68-93 L, 73-81 L, 55-81 L, 53-90 W, 69-66 L, 66-75 L, 68-76 W, 73-63 W, #96-80 W, 81-77 W, 81-63 W, #82-73 L, 82-92 W, 106-88 W, 100-59 W, 76-72 L, #76-81 W, 63-61 W, 59-46 L, 65-81 W, 61-50 W, 74-51 W, 85-74 W, 59-56 L, 73-75 W, 74-67 L, 73-67

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

PREVIEW

PLAYERS

COACHES

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

North Carolina State 1999-2000

2012-13 Mercer 2004-05

(1-0) W, 99-77

1981-82

Miami (Fla.) 1999-2000

(1-0) W, 76-55

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

Michigan State 1998-99

(0-1) L, 71-80

Midwestern State 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

(4-1) W, 69-66 W, 72-59 W, 76-75 W, 65-61 L,74-77

Mississippi 2004-05

(1-0) W, 72-69

Mississippi College 1978-79 1982-83

(1-1) L, 55-82 W, 75-55

Missouri 1989-90 2002-03

Missouri State 2004-05

(0-1) L, 56-83

Montana State 2012-13

(1-0) W, 71-70

Mount Mercy 1977-78

(1-0) L, 66-80

Navarro Junior College 1978-79

(1-0) W, 84-61

(1-1) L, 68-73 W, 69-52

Incarnate Word 1977-78

(1-0) W, 59-51

Indiana 1994-95

(0-1) L, 63-69

Indiana State 2009-10

(1-0) L, 69-54

Jacksonville 2008-09

(0-1) L, 65-67

2008-09

Kansas 1996-97 2007-08 2010-11 2011-12

(1-3) L, 67-77 W, 68-56 L, 65-73 L, 52-75

Louisville 1996-97

(1-0) W, 71-54

Loyola Marymount 2009-10

(1-0) W, 78-58

2004-05

Kansas State 1990-91

(0-1) L, 59-69

Maine 2003-04 2004-05

(2-0) W, 44-43 W, 58-44

New Hampshire 2003-04

Manhattan 2007-08

(0-1) L, 70-60

2012-13

Kent 1991-92

(1-0) W, 107-99

Lamar 1979-80 1980-81 1985-86 1989-90 1995-96

(4-1) W, 72-62 W, 75-65 W, 79-73 L, 75-92 W, 85-69

Liberty 2005-06

(0-1) L, 61-71

LSU 1980-81 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01

(2-6) L, 68-75 L, 63-84 W, 78-72 W, 81-68 L, 59-70 L, 63-79 L, 56-73 L, 62-83

Louisiana-Lafayette 2005-06

(1-0) W, 53-45

Louisiana-Monroe 2005-06 2012-13 Louisiana Tech 1978-79 1984-85 1986-87

(0-1) L, 47-62

Idaho 1984-85 1987-88

2011-12

L, 73-77 L, 67-72 W, 76-61 W, 63-50 W, 58-54 L, 58-65

1993-94 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

Nevada 1980-81 1982-83 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

New Mexico 1996-97 1998-99 2009-10

2012-13

(9-1) W, 72-57 W, 65-48 W, 72-50 W, !68-59 L, 63-70 W, 74-64 W, 62-46 W, 55-53 W, !53-52 W, 67-50

Mary Hardin Baylor 1977-78

Marshall 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

(2-0) W, 74-72 OT W, 72-70

Missouri-Kansas City 1990-91

(2-0) W, 56-44 W, 76-56 (0-18) L, 50-70 L, 46-71 L, 52-95 L, 44-78 L, *62-96 L, 68-84 L, 60-88 L, 74-76 L, 63-91 L, 45-68 L, 36-82 L, 64-74 L, 56-89 L, 52-88 L, 79-89 L, 62-69 L, 63-77 L, ^54-77

2010-11

(9-4) W, 66-51 W, 74-64 W, 68-65 L, 61-75 L, 68-70 W, 58-56 W, 77-72 L, 59-70 W, $60-49 W, 70-62 W, 71-68 L, 62-63 W, 64-55 (0-1) L, 62-63 (2-2) W, 66-45 L, 61-68 W, $53-45 L, 66-51

New Mexico State 1986-87 1995-96 1996-97

(2-1) L, 52-71 W, 75-69 W, 79-65

New Orleans 1987-88 1988-89 2009-10

(1-2) L, 54-78 L, 52-57 W, 63-52

(1-0) W, 69-45

North Carolina-Asheville 1984-85

(0-1) L, 74-86

Maryland 1999-2000

(1-0) W, 72-65

North Carolina-Charlotte 1994-95

(1-0) W, 88-79

McLennan 1976-77

(1-0) L, 52-76

North Carolina-Greensboro 2002-03

(1-0) W, 62-49

McNeese State 1985-86

(1-0) W, 77-65

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

SMU

(6-4) L, 77-99 W, 67-45 W, 97-65 W, 93-49 W, 71-57 W, 64-59 L, 63-73 L, 55-60 L, !67-77 W, 74-67

Memphis 1994-95 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Brittany Gilliam

HISTORY

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North Texas 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Northeastern Illinois 1992-93

MEDIA (1-0) W, *64-63 (28-16) L, 54-56 L, 55-74 L, 41-61 L, 40-74 W, 67-66 L, 74-78 L, 57-61 W, 73-64 L, 58-62 L,85-91 W, 65-63 W, 79-71 W, 77-60 L, 71-90 W, 67-64 L, 54-63 W, 62-61 W, 67-65 L, 60-72 W, 64-62 L, 67-71 W, 77-59 W, 96-57 W, 82-61 W, 93-80 W, 69-66 W, 88-50 W, 78-63 W, 71-64 L, 77-90 W,73-58 W, 72-61 L, 53-72 W, 68-64 W, 70-66 W, 60-46 L, 69-84 W, 70-53 W, 68-62 W, 74-57 W, 80-58 W, 85-72 L, 46-50 W, 67-63 (1-0) W, 106-73

Northeastern Louisiana 1979-80

(0-1) L, 63-66

Northern Arizona 1983-84

(1-0) W, 69-59

Northwestern 1995-96

(1-0) W, 78-73

Northwestern State 2011-12

(1-0) W, 67-41

Notre Dame 1981-82 1983-84 2007-08

(1-2) L, 60-76 W, 64-63 L, *62-75

Oklahoma 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1995-96 1996-97 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06

(5-6) L, 73-82 W, 69-63 W, 72-66 L, 72-99 W, 96-87 W, 91-82 L, 71-101 L, 70-91 W, 71-68 L, 63-85 L, 43-80

Oklahoma City 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

(2-1) W, 60-57 L, 55-64 W, 72-68

Oklahoma State 1985-86 1997-98 1998-99

(1-2) L, 64-75 W, 71-56 L, 57-64

Old Dominion 1999-2000

(0-1) L, *76-96

PREVIEW Oral Roberts 1977-78 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1992-93 1997-98

PLAYERS (3-4) L, 46-73 L, 48-83 W, 75-66 L, 69-91 L, 82-89 W, 107-72 W, 71-48

COACHES

OPPONENTS

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

L, 69-80 W, 64-50 W, 70-68 (OT) W, 80-68 W, 68-52 W, 63-41 L, 61-58 W, 73-54 L, 60-69 L, 63-73 L, 54-56 L, 60-69 W, 73-51 L, 46-58

REVIEW Southern Miss 1989-90 1994-95 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

HISTORY (5-4) L, 57-78 W, *96-95 W, 84-62 W, 69-65 W, 85-72 L, 65-75 W, 81-66 L, 63-75 L, 67-74 W, 79-69

SMU Texas A&M 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

Oregon State 1991-92

(1-0) W, 73-64

Pennsylvania 1993-94

(1-0) W, 73-54

2012-13

Pittsburg State (Kan.) 1978-79 1979-80

(2-0) W, 61-59 W, 65-55

Rider 1988-89

(1-0) W, 75-43

Pittsburgh 1979-80

(0-1) L, 53-62

St. Mary’s (California) 1988-89

(1-0) W, 91-80

Southwest Texas State 1976-77 1984-85 1986-87 1990-91

St. Mary’s (Kansas) 1978-79

(1-0) W, 69-62

1991-92 1993-94

St. Mary’s (Texas) 1978-79 1979-80

(6-0) W, 63-46 W, 52-48 W, 65-44 W, 62-49 W, 70-58 W, 62-53

Southwestern 1978-79 1979-80

(2-1) W, 70-55 W, 69-49 L, 61-64

Southwest Okla. State 1982-83

(0-1) L, 39-51

Stanford 1994-95

(0-1) L, *73-95

Stephen F. Austin 1982-83 1983-84 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1996-97 1998-99 2000-01 2006-07 2007-08 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

(6-10) L, 47-89 L, 64-77 L, 63-78 L, 56-70 L, 59-100 L, 63-78 L, 62-103 W, 78-69 W, 76-73 L, 72-79 L, 62-69 W, 84-75 W, 66-60 W, 69-59 L, 60-66 W, 71-62

Stony Brook 2002-03

(1-0) W, 66-39

Tarleton State 1976-77 1977-78

(1-1) L, 40-54 W, 61-55

1978-79

(3-33) L, 58-79 L, 30-87 L, 42-103 L, 56-88 L, 55-74 L, 54-80 L, 39-79 L, 60-97 L, 63-98 L, 69-82 L, 72-107 L, 58-96 L, 48-105 L, 50-91 L, 57-93 L, 56-72 L, 46-66 L, 70-92 L, 94-105 L, 77-95 L, 70-105 L, 65-73 L, 52-90 L, 81-83 L, 70-90 L, 69-93 L, 77-99 L, #76-95 L, 71-76 W, 74-73 L, 50-74 W, 82-74 W, #81-65 L, 83-84 L, 77-79 L, 73-91

1982-83

Portland 1996-97 Prairie View A&M 1991-92

(0-1) L, 56-71 (1-0) W, 103-36

Princeton 1993-94

(1-0) W, 61-45

Providence 1998-89

(0-1) L, 94-100

Purdue 1981-82 1982-83

(0-2) L, 51-54 L, 50-77

Radford 1995-96

(1-0) W, 86-59

Rice 1978-79

(35-34) L, 54-57 W, 69-52 L, 71-73 W, #87-71 W, 55-50 W, 71-58 L, 66-72 L, 60-70 W, 79-70 W, 71-51 W, 68-61 L, 78-80 W, 74-66 L, 77-82 L, 78-89 W, 71-68 W, 70-63 L, 70-73 W, 67-64 W, 71-70 L, 60-82 W, 67-56 L, 70-72 W, 68-60 L, 64-65 L, 51-72 W, 73-59 L, 72-84 W, 95-59 W, 75-65 W, 61-60 L, 68-79 L, 71-74 W, 65-50 L, 63-77 W, 77-66 W, 63-49 W, 75-66 L, 56-69 L, $67-71 W, 84-72 W, 86-71 L, 59-66 L, 52-68 L, $57-80 W, 67-62 L, 48-68 W, $58-55 L, 60-78 L, 60-70 W, 77-68 L, 50-53 W, 67-58 L, 56-71 L, !52-57

1979-80 1980-81 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

2011-12

1980-81 1982-83 1983-84 Sam Houston State 1985-86 1990-91 1992-93 1994-95 1997-98 1999-2000 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09

(9-1) W, 77-56 L, 63-64 W, 79-58 W, 88-72 W, 80-49 W, 104-69 W, 55-45 W, 96-68 W, 84-50 W, 73-52

San Diego 1985-86

(1-0) W, 74-73

San Diego State 1997-98

(4-1) W, 71-62 W, 66-54 W, 64-55 W, 80-36 L, 72-88

2003-04 2004-05 2012-13 San Jose State 1991-92 1996-97 1997-98 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

(14-3) W, 60-51 W, $76-52 W, 55-44 W, 66-46 W, 80-42 W, 71-44 W, $99-56 W, 74-57 W, 80-71 L, 54-61 W, 92-87 W, 86-77 W, 61-58 L, 59-64 (OT) W, 88-61 W, 58-37 L, 62-63 OT

South Carolina 1980-81 1982-83 1984-85 1985-86

(0-4) L, 38-97 L, 62-81 L, 53-85 L, 61-121

South Florida 2010-11

(0-1) L, 55-61

Southeast Louisiana 1992-93

(1-0) W, 71-60

Southeast Oklahoma 1978-79

(1-0) W, 65-63

Southern Illinois 2000-01

(1-0) W, 86-80

Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 2012-13

(1-0) W, 64-46

Southern Utah State 1989-90

Texas 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 2010-11

(1-0) W, 106-103 (5-2) L, 50-55 W, 79-68 W, 79-77 W, 61-54 W, 60-58 L, 55-71 W, 71-57

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1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2007-08 2008-09 TAMU-Corpus Christi 2000-01 2002-03 2007-08 2008-09 2011-12 TCU 1976-77 1977-78

1979-80

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01

MEDIA (17-24) L, 56-63 L, 74-86 L, 69-73 W, 74-68 W, 76-53 L, 53-55 L, 60-70 W, 67-55 L, 69-78 L, 61-75 W, 66-62 L, 69-77 L, 57-82 L, 68-78 L, 66-83 W, 90-78 W, 71-59 W, 63-61 L, 87-88 L, 66-83 L, 45-93 L, 70-91 L, 73-80 L, 77-84 L, 66-69 W, 62-49 W, #85-77 W, 77-74 W, 90-77 L, 65-77 L, 85-103 W, 78-75 W, 80-67 L, 55-63 W, 92-74 W, 74-71 W, 75-72 W, 78-75 (OT) L, 69-73 (OT) L, 57-62 L, 48-80 (4-1) W, 62-57 L, 53-58 W, 74-70 W, 73-65 W, 73-64 (41-16) W, 58-52 W, 70-55 L, 74-77 W, 67-58 W, 61-60 W, 77-64 W, 71-65 W, 63-55 W, 54-51 W, 90-53 W, 86-72 W, 84-69 W, 94-74 L, 68-74 W, 76-70 W, 94-87 W, 71-67 W, 75-72 W, 63-59 L, 58-60 W, 83-65 L, 65-78 L, 66-76 L, 53-71 L, 53-60 W, 81-57 W, 79-46 W, 97-44 W, 86-82 W, 89-69 W, 89-84 W, 77-71 W, 94-48 W, 107-67 W, 85-65 W, 86-65 W, 127-125 (4 OT) W, 99-72 W, 74-66 W, 86-43 W, 67-53 W, 75-59 W, 82-63 W, 84-74 L, 63-71 W, 87-79

PREVIEW 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Texas-Arlington 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Texas-Pan American 1987-88 2012-13 Texas-San Antonio 1981-82 1982-83 1986-87 1987-88 1990-91 1991-92 2004-05 2006-07 2007-08 2010-11 2011-12

PLAYERS L, 57-77 L, 64-74 L, 65-85 L, 68-79 L, 71-83 W, 66-61 W, 79-75 L, 84-66 L, 73-87 (2OT) W, 47-38 L, 70-76 (16-14) L, 65-78 L, 56-81 L, 53-66 L, 64-70 L, 46-60 L, 59-76 L, 65-80 L, 70-81 W, 53-51 L, 68-73 W, 67-56 W, 66-49 W, 54-42 W, 79-71 L, 78-79 W, 85-76 W, 81-56 W, 74-59 L, 54-70 L, 55-61 L, 65-74 W, 76-64 W, 77-76 W, 70-66 W, 74-71 W, 65-40 W, 67-58 W, 67-64 W, 97-66 L, 79-85 (2-0) W, 100-52 W, 71-35 (9-2) W, 76-57 L, 66-67 W, 66-61 W, 81-58 L, 77-93 W, 59-56 W, 66-46 (neutral) W, 78-49 W, 74-72 W, 69-47 W, 69-65

Texas Southern 1978-79 1980-81 1999-2000 2009-10 2012-13

(4-1) L, 48-72 W, 79-66 W, 93-59 W, 62-56 W, 66-50

Texas Tech 1977-78

(4-41) L, 50-90 L, 33-69 L, 66-72 L, 58-71 W, 67-57 L, 53-66 L, 53-80 L, 58-71 L, 74-77 L, 69-84 L, 63-89 L, 59-73 L, 55-67 W, 75-64 L, 52-75 L, #49-60 W, 70-63 L, 62-65 L, #65-81 L, 57-71 L, 62-82 L, 57-85 L, 76-90 L, #56-71 L, 76-98 L, 73-91 L, #67-91 L, 64-100 L, 78-83

1979-80 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

COACHES 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2003-04 2006-07 2007-08 Texas Wesleyan 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Texas Women’s 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1980-81 1981-82

Toledo 1998-99 Tulane 1979-80 1980-81 1987-88 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Tulsa 1981-82 1982-83 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

OPPONENTS L, 56-89 L, 68-85 L, #78-99 L, 61-80 L, 58-79 L, #62-84 L, 73-86 L, 70-88 L, 69-78 L, 55-78 L, 67-72 L, 47-63 L, 47-77 W, 72-61 L, 70-75 (6-5) W, 62-48 L, 58-65 W, 69-61 L, 69-80 L, 71-77 L, 69-70 L, 79-83 W, 78-76 W, 80-64 W, 81-58 W, 88-73 (7-4) W, 68-59 W, 60-45 L, 55-57 L, 44-74 L, 64-71 W, 77-64 W, 72-65 L, 64-68 W, 60-45 W, 98-45 W, 74-48 (1-0) W, *91-76 (13-16) L, 62-72 L, 48-78 L, 73-84 W, 68-53 L, 58-82 W, 74-64 W, 74-71 L, 62-71 W, 68-58 L, 80-81 L, 69-81 L, 66-75 W, 78-66 L, 58-71 W, !86-84 (3 OT) L, 58-63 L, 72-78 W, 81-69 L, 68-71 W, 59-56 W, 61-49 W, 70-59 L, 78-59 L, 58-62 W, 77-73 L, 63-75 W, 54-49 W, 62-56 L, 68-73 (25-13) W, 86-64 W, 65-63 W, 82-58 W, 97-53 W, 76-63 W, 75-66 (OT) W, 65-64 W, 69-59 W, 73-66 W, 58-45 W, $58-46 W, 57-52 W, 67-53 L, 62-76 L, 60-62 W, 64-61 L, 50-61 W, 72-64 (OT) L, 67-73 W, 75-60 L, 67-90

REVIEW 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 UAB 1991-92 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 UCF 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 UNLV 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1986-87 1992-93 1998-99

HISTORY L, 54-73 L, 67-78 W, 64-54 L, 55-74 L, 62-75 (OT) L, 68-70 W, !68-49 W, 67-56 W, 65-53 L, 57-54 W, 71-52 W, 75-56 W, 66-58 L, 39-42 L, 57-61 W, 71-46 W, 69-60 (4-6) L, 81-82 W, 54-49 L, 68-71 W, 84-51 W, 81-51 L, 62-60 L, !64-55 L, 49-53 L, 46-50 W, 94-92 (3OT) (7-4) W, 69-57 W, 73-47 W, !79-58 W, 90-62 L, 68-78 L, !51-62 W, 69-61 W, 70-63 W, 60-48 W, 69-54 L, !66-70

2010-11

(4-5) L, 61-78 W, 83-73 L, 45-89 L, 61-84 L, 58-74 W, ^76-74 L, 69-72 (OT) W, 74-62 W, 56-55

USC 2002-03 2003-04

(0-2) L, 58-80 L, 48-64

Utah 1985-86 1995-96 1996-97

(4-7) L, 66-74 W, 88-76 L, 58-78 L, 73-80 L, $63-78 W, 80-69 W, 51-43 L, 40-79 W, 49-48 L, 72-58 L, 43-44

1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2009-10 2010-11 UTEP 1996-97 1997-98 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

(24-10) W, 69-63 W, 77-50 W, 64-57 W, 78-64 W, 66-31 W, 79-48 W, 72-53 W, 63-57 L, 73-76 W, 81-54 L, 69-71 W, 68-62 W, 54-39 W, 52-45 L, $73-80 (OT) W, 71-64 W, 67-51 L, 69-80 W, 59-46 W, 70-59 W, 68-58 L, 69-64 (0T) L, 63-76 W, !73-57 W, 70-64 W, 78-65

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Virginia 1997-98

W, 72-61 L, 71-61 W, 81-79 W, 70-64 L, !57-75 L, 53-64 L, 50-68 W, 82-73 W, 73-71 (0-1) L, *68-77

Virginia Tech 2005-06 2008-09

(1-1) L, 61-87 W, 63-56

Virginia Commonwealth 1990-91

(0-1) L, 53-61

Vermont 1994-95

(1-0) W, 89-74

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

Wake Forest 1989-90 2002-03 2010-11 2011-12

(1-3) L, 64-81 W, 83-71 OT L, 49-66 L, 53-65

Washington 1981-82

(0-1) L, 56-89

Wayland Baptist 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

(0-3) L, 46-63 L, 66-77 L, 52-61

Weber State 1981-82

(0-1) L, 56-81

West Texas State 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

(3-0) W, 75-59 W, 63-59 W, 74-57

Western Illinois 2001-02

(1-0) W, 57-54

Western Kentucky 1985-86

(0-1) L, 66-76

Western Michigan 2007-08

(1-0) W, 86-61

Wichita State 2009-10 2011-12 2012-13

(1-2) W, 67-60 L, 43-63 L, 59-61

Wisconsin 1994-95

(1-0) W, 80-77

Wisconsin-Green Bay 1995-96

(1-0) W, 82-58

Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2006-07

(0-1) L, 47-53

Wyoming 1985-86 1997-98 1998-99

(3-1) L, 59-62 W, $69-55 W, 97-66 W, 76-67

Bold...........................SMU home game #........................SWC postseason game ^ ......................WNIT post-season game $........................ WAC tournament game !...................... C-USA tournament game * ..................... NCAA post-season game

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SMU COACHING RECORDS The SMU women's basketball program has had only three head coaches since its inaugural season in 1976. Current head coach Rhonda Rompola (left) surpassed predecessor Welton Brown (right) in total wins during the 1999-2000 season.

Rhonda Rompola 1991 - present

Welton Brown 1977 - 1991

Year Overall (Pct.) Home/Away 1976-77 10-9 (.527) 7-7/3-2 Coach: Suzanne Trautmann (One year - 10-9 , .527) 1977-78 12-13 (.480) 1978-79 14-14 (.500) 1979-80 15-14 (.517) 1980-81 14-19 (.424) 1981-82 18-15 (.545) 1982-83 14-14 (.500) 1983-84 11-15 (.423) 1984-85 9-19 (.321) 1985-86 11-20 (.355) 1986-87 8-19 (.297) 1987-88 12-16 (.429) 1988-89 11-14 (.440) 1989-90 4-22 (.154) 1990-91 9-19 (.321) Coach: Welton Brown (14 years - 162-233, .410)

9-9/3-4 9-5/5-9 8-7/7-7 8-7/6-12 10-3/8-12 9-7/5-7 6-6/5-9 6-6/3-13 6-7/5-13 4-10/4-9 8-8/4-8 3-10/8-4 3-9/1-13 5-8/4-11

1991-92 17-12 (.586) 11-4/6-8 1992-93 20-10 (.667) 8-5/12-5 1993-94 18-9 (.667) 10-5/8-4 1994-95 21-10 (.677) 10-2/11-8 1995-96 19-11 (.633) 10-4/6-4 Western Athletic Conference Affiliation 1996-97 19-11 (.633) 9-3/7-6 1997-98 21-8 (.724) 12-2/8-4 1998-99 20-11 (.645) 9-5/7-6 1999-00 22-9 (.710) 12-1/6-7 2000-01 17-12 (.586) 10-4/5-7 2001-02 12-18 (.400) 7-7/2-8 2002-03 16-15 (.516) 9-4/3-9 2003-04 13-15 (.464) 7-6/6-8 2004-05 19-11 (.633) 13-3/5-7 Conference USA Affiliation 2005-06 16-14 (.533) 12-5/4-9 2006-07 18-12 (.600) 12-3/3-7 2007-08 24-9 (.727) 12-3/9-5 2008-09 20-12 (.625) 12-3/6-7 2009-10 20-11 (.645) 13-3/5-7 2010-11 14-16 (.467) 9-5/5-9 2011-12 14-17 (.452) 9-8/4-9 2012-13 21-10 (.677) 15-3/5-6 Coach: Rhonda Rompola (21 years: 401-263, .604) TOTALS: 573-505 (.532) 332-197/204-275

SWC/WAC/C-USA

Conference Finish

Postseason Play TAIAW playoffs

4-4 (.500) 4-12 (.250) 4-12 (.250) 5-11 (.267) 4-12 (.250) 6-10 (.375) 7-9 (.438) 2-14 (.125) 4-12 (.250)

T6th 7th 7th 6th 8th 6th 7th 8th T6th

TAIAW playoffs TAIAW playoffs TAIAW playoffs TAIAW playoffs TAIAW playoffs None None None None None None None None None

7-7 (.500) 8-6 (.571) 8-6 (.571) 9-5 (.643) 9-5 (.643)

T4th 3rd 4th T2nd 3rd

WNIT finals NCAA Mideast - 1st round NCAA West - 2nd round NCAA Mideast - 1st round

11-5 (.686) 11-3 (.786) 11-3 (.786) 12-2 (.857) 11-5(.686) 6-12 (.333) 8-10 (.444) 9-9 (.500) 10-8 (.555)

3rd (Mountain) T2nd (Pacific) 2nd (Mountain) 1st 3rd 7th 7th 5th 5th

None NCAA East - 1st round NCAA Mideast - 2nd round NCAA Midwest - 2nd round None None None None WNIT First Round

10-6 (.625) 9-7 (.562) 11-5 (.688) 12-4 (.750) 10-6 (.625) 7-9 (.438) 6-10 (.375) 12-4 (.750)

3rd 6th 2nd 1st 2nd 8th T9th 1st

247-231 (.517)

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None None NCAA Oklahoma City Region - 1st Round

WNIT First Round WNIT First Round None None WNIT First Round

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SMU POSTSEASON HISTORY 1977 TAIAW Playoffs Waco, Texas W Midwestern State L North Texas 1978 TAIAW Playoffs Wichita, Kan. W East Texas Baptist W Tarleton State W East Texas State

(1-1) 69-66 54-56 (3-0) 70-46 61-55 80-64

1979 TAIAW Playoffs Dallas, Texas L Texas-Southern L Texas-Arlington

48-72 65-80

1980 TAIAW Playoffs L at Texas Tech L at Texas-Arlington

(0-2) 66-72 70-81

1981 TAIAW Playoffs W Texas Southern L at Midwestern State L Texas

(1-2) 79-66 74-77 56-88

1982 TAIAW Playoffs Plainview, Texas W Texas Woman’s W Texas Tech L Wayland Baptist W West Texas State 1983 SWC Tournament Austin, Texas L Houston 1986 SWC Postseason Classic Dallas, Texas L Arkansas 1988 SWC Postseason Classic Dallas, Texas L Texas Tech 1989 SWC Postseason Classic Dallas, Texas L Texas Tech 1991 SWC Postseason Classic Dallas, Texas L Texas Tech 1992 SWC Postseason Classic Dallas, Texas W Texas A&M L Texas Tech 1993 SWC Postseason Classic Dallas, Texas W Houston L Texas 1993 WNIT Amarillo, Texas W UNLV W Florida International L Arkansas State 1994 Dr Pepper SWC Classic Dallas, Texas W Houston L Texas Tech

(0-2)

(3-1) 74-48 67-57 52-61 75-59 (0-1) 65-95 (0-1) 75-82 (0-1) 49-60 (0-1) 65-81

1994 NCAA Mideast Regional Ruston, La. L Louisiana Tech 1995 Dr Pepper SWC Classic Dallas, Texas W Baylor W Texas L Texas Tech 1995 NCAA West Regional Stanford, Calif. W So. Mississippi L Stanford 1996 Dr Pepper SWC Classic Dallas, Texas L Houston 1996 NCAA Mideast Regional Iowa City, Iowa L DePaul 1997 WAC Tournament Las Vegas, Nev. W San Jose State W Colorado State L Utah 1998 WAC Tournament Las Vegas, Nev. W Wyoming L Colorado State 1998 NCAA East Regional Tucson, Ariz. L Virginia 1999 WAC Tournament Las Vegas, Nev. W Brigham Young W New Mexico W Colorado State 1999 NCAA Mideast Regional Athens, Ga. W Toledo L Georgia

(0-1) 62-69 (2-1) 83-68 81-65 62-84 (1-1) 96-95 (OT) 73-95 (0-1) 76-81 (0-1)

56-71 (1-1) 95-77 67-79 (1-1) 96-80 76-95 (2-1) 76-74 (OT) 60-59 54-67 (1-1)

2000 NCAA Midwest Regional Athens, Ga. W N.C. State L Old Dominion 2001 WAC Tournament Tulsa, Okla. W Fresno State L Hawaii 2002 WAC Tournament Tulsa, Okla. W UTEP L Rice

2005 WAC Tournament Reno, Nev. L Fresno State 2005 WNIT Springfield, Mo. L SMS 2006 C-USA Tournament Dallas, Texas W Tulane L Rice

(2-1) 60-49 58-55 67-81 (0-1) 80-73 (OT) (0-1) 53-71 (0-1) 56-83 (1-1) 86-84 (3 OT) 57-52

82-96 (2-1) 76-62 69-64 63-78 (1-1) 69-55 64-67 (0-1) 68-77 (3-0) 75-60 53-45 65-49 (1-1) 91-76 55-68

(0-1) 2000 WAC Tournament Fresno, Calif. W San Jose State W Tulsa L Rice

2003 WAC Tournament Tulsa, Okla. W Nevada W Rice L Fresno State 2004 WAC Tournament Fresno, Calif. L UTEP

(2-1) 99-56 58-46 67-71 (1-1) 64-63 76-96 (1-1) 61-56 88-97 (OT) (1-1) 73-66 57-80

2007 C-USA Tournament Tulsa, Okla. W UCF L East Carolina 2008 C-USA Tournament Orlando, Fla. W Tulsa W Marshall W UTEP 2008 NCAA Tournament West Lafayette, Ind. L Notre Dame 2009 C-USA Tournament New Orleans, La. W East Carolina L UCF 2009 WNIT Ruston, La. L Louisiana Tech 2010 C-USA Tournament Tulsa, Okla. L UAB 2010 WNIT Albuquerque, NM L New Mexico 2011 C-USA Tournament El Paso, Texas L UTEP 2012 C-USA Tournament Memphis, Tenn. W Marshall L Memphis 2013 C-USA Tournament Tulsa, Okla. L UCF 2013 WNIT Bowling Green, Ohio L Bowling Green

(1-1) 79-58 76-62 (3-0) 68-49 68-59 73-57 (0-1) 75-62 (1-1) 77-69 51-62 (0-1) 51-62 (0-1) 64-55 (0-1) 66-51 (0-1) 75-57 (1-1) 53-52 77-67 (0-1) 70-66 (0-1) 76-70

82-73 78-99

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POSTSEASON RECORD VS. OPPONENTS Arkansas...................................... 0-1 Arkansas State ............................ 0-1 Bowling Green ............................. 0-1 Brigham Young ............................ 1-0 Colorado State............................. 2-1 DePaul ......................................... 0-1 East Carolina ............................... 1-1 East Texas Baptist ....................... 1-0 East Texas State.......................... 1-0 Florida International ..................... 1-0 Fresno State ................................ 1-2 Georgia ........................................ 0-1 Hawaii .......................................... 0-1 Houston ....................................... 2-1 Louisiana Tech............................. 0-2 Marshall ....................................... 2-0 Memphis ...................................... 0-1 Midwestern State ......................... 1-1 Nevada ........................................ 1-0 New Mexico ................................. 1-1 North Carolina State .................... 1-0 North Texas ................................. 0-1 Notre Dame ................................. 0-1 Old Dominion ............................... 0-1 Rice ............................................. 1-3 San Jose State ............................ 2-0 SMS ............................................. 0-1 Southern Mississippi.................... 1-0 Stanford ....................................... 0-1 Tarleton State .............................. 1-0 Texas ........................................... 1-2 Texas A&M................................... 1-0 Texas-Arlington ............................ 0-2 Texas Southern............................ 1-1 Texas Tech................................... 1-7 Texas Woman’s ........................... 0-1 Toledo .......................................... 1-0 Tulane .......................................... 1-0 Tulsa ............................................ 2-0 UAB ............................................. 0-1 UCF ............................................. 1-2 UNLV ........................................... 1-0 Utah ............................................. 0-1 UTEP ........................................... 2-2 Virginia......................................... 0-1 Wayland Baptist ........................... 0-1 West Texas State ......................... 1-0 Wyoming...................................... 1-0 Totals ...................................... 34-45 Under Rompola (1991-Present) ........................ 29-32

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SMU CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT RESULTS CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT (7-7)

YEAR 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

2007 2006

RESULT UCF 70, SMU 66 SMU 53, Marshall 52 Memphis 77, SMU 67 UTEP 75, SMU 57 UAB 64, SMU 55 UCF 62, SMU 51 SMU 77, East Carolina 69 SMU 68, Tulsa 49 SMU 68, Marshall 59 SMU 73, UTEP 57 SMU 79, UCF 58 East Carolina 76, SMU 62 SMU 86, Tulane 84 (3 OT) Rice 57, SMU 52

LOCATION Tulsa, Okla. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. El Paso, Texas Tulsa, Okla. New Orleans, La. New Orleans, La. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

RECORD BY SEED SEED 1 2 3 6 8 10

RECORD 1-2 3-0 1-2 1-1 0-1 1-1

YEAR 2009, 2013 2008 2006, 2010 2007 2011 2012

RECORD BY SEED SEED 1 2 - Mountain 3 - Pacific 3 - Mountain 3 5 7

RECORD 2-1 3-0 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-2 4-2

SMU VS. THE DIFFERENT SEEDS Seed 1

Record 2-1

RECORD 1-2

WINS (YEAR)

2-2

3

1-2

Brigham Young (1999)

4

1-2

Tulsa (2000)

6

3-0

8 10

1-0 2-0

Fresno State (2001) Wyoming (1998) San Jose State (1997) San Jose State (2000) UTEP (2002) Nevada (2003)

LOSSES (YEAR) Rice (2006)

UTEP (2008) 3 5 6

0-1 0-1 2-1

7 8 9 10 11

1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-0

YEAR 1997

1998 1999

2000

2001 2002 2003

2004 2005

Tulane (2006) Marshall (2008) Marshall (2012) East Carolina (2009)

Memphis (2012) East Carolina (2007) UCF (2009) UAB (2010)

UCF (2013) UTEP (2011)

Tulsa (2008) UCF (2007)

RESULT SMU 76, San Jose State 52 SMU 69, Colorado State 64 Utah 78, SMU 63 SMU 69, Wyoming 55 Colorado State 67, SMU 64 SMU 75, BYU 60 SMU 53, New Mexico 45 SMU 65, Colorado State 49 SMU 99, San Jose State 56 SMU 58, Tulsa 46 Rice 71, SMU 67 SMU 61, Fresno State 56 Hawaii 97, SMU 88 (OT) SMU 73, UTEP 66 Rice 80, SMU 57 SMU 60, Nevada 49 SMU 58, Rice 55 Fresno State 81, SMU 76 UTEP 80, SMU 73 (OT) Fresno State 71, SMU 53

YEAR 1983 1986 1988 1989 1991 1992 1993 1994

WAC TOURNAMENT (13-8)

1995 LOCATION Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. Fresno, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Fresno, Calif. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Fresno, Calif. Reno, Nev.

Wins (Year) New Mexico (1999) Colorado State (1999) Colorado State (1997) Rice (2003)

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SMU VS. THE DIFFERENT SEEDS SEED 2

YEAR 2000 1999 1998 1997 2001 2004 & 2005 2002 & 2003

1996

Rice (2002) Hawaii (2001) Colorado State (1998) Rice (2000) Fresno State (2003) UTEP (2004) Fresno State (2005)

SWC POSTSEASON CLASSIC (5-10) RESULT Houston 95, SMU 65 Arkansas 82, SMU 75 Texas Tech 60, SMU 49 Texas Tech 81, SMU 65 Texas Tech 71, SMU 56 SMU 95, Texas A&M 77 Texas Tech 79, SMU 67 SMU 96, Houston 80 Texas 95, SMU 76 SMU 82, Houston 73 Texas Tech 99, SMU 78 SMU 83, Baylor 68 SMU 81, Texas 65 Texas Tech 84, SMU 62 Houston 81, SMU 76

RECORD BY SEED RECORD 2-1 1-2 1-1 1-2 0-4

SEED 2 3 4 5 6

SEED 1 2 3

Losses (Year) Utah (1997)

RECORD 0-3 0-1 0-4

4 5 6

1-1 1-0 2-1

7

1-0

LOCATION Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas

YEAR(S) 1995 1993, 1996 1994 1983, 1992 1987-89, 1991

SMU VS. THE DIFFERENT SEEDS WINS (YEAR) LOSSES (YEAR) Texas Tech ’92,’94,’95) Texas (’93) Texas Tech (’88,’89,’91) Arkansas (’86) Texas A&M (’92) Houston (’83) Houston (’94) Houston (’93) Houston (’96) Texas (’95) Baylor (’95)

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

Scoring PLAYER Crickett Bergmann Jan Gaston Carol Blauvelt Carol Blauvelt Carol Blauvelt Rhonda Rompola S. Smothers-Johnson Scotti Wood S. Smothers-Johnson Felicia Bluitt Sheila Bryant LeQuita Smith Jeannia Nix Suzanne McAnally Shanell Thomas Vicki Walterscheid Shanell Thomas Jennifer McLaughlin Jennifer McLaughlin Kim Brandl Kim Brandl Karlin Kennedy Karlin Kennedy D-dra Rucker D-dra Rucker Andrea Cossey Andrea Cossey Kaira White Janielle Dodds Janielle Dodds Janielle Dodds Janielle Dodds Brittany Gilliam Brittany Gilliam Christine Elliott Akil Simpson Keena Mays Rebounds

PLAYER Teri Baldwin Teri Baldwin Teri Baldwin Kim Nowak Theresa Ralston Rhonda Rompola S. Smothers-Johnson Toni Jackson S. Smothers-Johnson Felicia Bluitt S. Smothers-Johnson Felicia Bluitt Heather Nygard Diana Wilt Shanell Thomas Brenda Bruggeman Vicki Walterscheid Kim Brungardt Kerri Delaney Kim Brungardt Kim Brungardt Karlin Kennedy Karlin Kennedy Claudia Brassard Karlin Kennedy Katie Remke Tyesha Glover Kaci Alexander Sarah Davis Janielle Dodds Janielle Dodds Janielle Dodds Janielle Dodds Christine Elliott Christine Elliott Christine Elliott Akil Simpson Akil Simpson

GP 23 25 27 29 33 32 27 25 27 30 27 28 25 26 28 29 30 27 31 29 30 29 30 31 28 27 31 28 30 30 30 33 32 31 29 31 23

PTS 299 340 406 387 432 683 373 306 464 353 345 380 468 372 391 418 440 445 537 465 493 457 484 496 474 341 360 284 423 466 478 494 470 455 305 332 424

AVG 13.0 13.6 14.5 13.3 13.0 21.3 13.8 12.2 17.2 11.8 12.7 13.6 18.7 14.3 14.0 14.4 14.7 16.5 17.3 16.0 16.4 15.8 16.1 16.0 16.9 12.6 11.6 10.1 14.1 15.5 15.9 15.0 14.7 14.7 10.5 10.7 18.4

GP 25 25 28 29 33 32 27 26 27 30 27 28 25 23 26 28 29 30 27 31 30 30 29 31 31 29 30 31 28 30 30 30 33 32 30 29 31 31

REB 221 219 228 278 205 281 230 221 310 203 245 234 176 160 130 213 215 216 207 254 240 218 248 241 267 239 245 190 183 246 253 226 249 224 245 213 233 251

AVG 8.8 7.8 8.1 9.5 6.2 8.8 8.5 8.5 11.5 6.8 9.1 8.4 7.0 7.0 5.0 7.6 7.4 7.2 7.7 8.2 8.0 7.3 8.6 7.8 8.6 8.2 8.2 6.1 6.5 8.2 8.4 7.5 7.5 7.0 8.2 7.3 7.5 8.1

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

Assists PLAYER Carol Blauvelt Wendy Truskey Wendy Truskey Wendy Truskey Tomi Hollis Tomi Hollis Scotti Wood Tomi Hollis Tammy Reescano Jeannia Nix LeQuita Smith Suzanne McAnally Suzanne McAnally Suzanne McAnally Missy Parker Jennifer McLaughlin Jennifer McLaughlin Karen Blair Shawna Ford Karen Blair Karen Blair D-dra Rucker D-dra Rucker Vanita Krouch Andrea Cossey Kendall Shead Kendall Shead Kendall Shead Katy Cobb Brittany Gilliam Brittany Gilliam Brittany Gilliam Alisha Filmore Alisha Filmore Keena Mays

GP 27 26 33 28 28 26 27 30 25 28 25 26 28 29 29 27 31 29 30 29 31 21 28 30 31 28 30 30 29 30 32 31 29 31 23

ASST 89 83 153 101 95 88 74 73 79 73 80 93 140 189 116 80 117 93 105 148 127 131 105 71 91 131 143 121 79 82 126 154 109 86 88

AVG 3.3 3.2 4.6 3.9 3.4 3.4 2.7 2.4 3.1 2.6 3.2 3.6 5.0 6.5 4.0 3.0 3.8 3.2 4.3 5.1 4.1 4.2 3.8 2.4 2.9 4.7 4.7 4.0 2.7 2.5 3.9 5.0 3.8 2.8 3.8

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

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 75 att.) PLAYER FGM FGA Kim Nowak 126 260 Rhonda Rompola 260 574 S. Smothers-Johnson 159 312 Scotti Wood 141 275 Lesa Rountree 127 247 Sheila Bryant 122 224 Sheila Bryant 136 275 LeQuita Smith 160 367 Jeannia Nix 189 410 Suzanne McAnally 138 380 Vicki Walterscheid 114 250 Vicki Walterscheid 162 328 Kim Brungardt 135 234 Kerri Delaney 154 300 Kerri Delaney 157 283 Claudia Brassard 83 159 Karlin Kennedy 158 289 Karlin Kennedy 192 366 Karlin Kennedy 186 352 Karlin Kennedy 186 358 Katie Remke 104 233 Kaci Alexander 124 249 Alisa Wright 44 89 Shonte Roberts 86 201 Janielle Dodds 154 374 Janielle Dodds 177 336 Delisha Wills 104 220 Janielle Dodds 181 369 Christine Elliott 113 214 Alice Severin 69 127 Christine Elliott 123 229 Akil Simpson 122 233 Akil Simpson 126 264

PCT .482 .453 .509 .513 .514 .545 .494 .436 .461 .363 .456 .494 .577 .513 .555 .522 .547 .525 .528 .520 .446 .498 .494 .428 .412 .527 .473 .491 .528 .543 .537 .524 .477

SEASON 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

Free Throw Percentage (Min. 25 FTA) PLAYER FTM FTA Lisa Davis 108 132 Rhonda Rompola 163 189 S. Smothers-Johnson 55 102 Tomi Hollis 27 50 Lesa Rountree 64 95 Heather Nygard 46 75 Sheila Bryant 73 114 LeQuita Smith 60 84

PCT .818 .863 .539 .540 .674 .708 .640 .714

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Jeannia Nix Brenda Bruggeman Leslie Frazier Shanell Thomas Kim Brungardt Jennifer McLaughlin Kim Brandl Jennifer McLaughlin Kim Brandl Megan Woods Karlin Kennedy D-dra Rucker D-dra Rucker Andrea Cossey Andrea Cossey Kaira White Sarah Davis Katy Cobb Kendall Shead Katy Cobb Jillian Samuels Jillian Samuels Jillian Samuels Delisha Wills Alisha Filmore Alisha Filmore

35 85 20 67 99 108 137 99 104 26 112 115 125 49 50 65 30 35 58 56 44 33 84 80 68 78

77 120 27 85 118 139 163 117 117 33 138 130 154 61 61 78 36 42 70 67 49 42 97 97 87 99

.455 .708 .741 .788 .839 .777 .840 .846 .889 .788 .812 .885 .812 .803 .820 .833 .833 .833 .829 .836 .898 .786 .866 .825 .782 .788

SEASON 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Three-Pointers Made PLAYER G Jeannia Nix 28 Jeannia Nix 25 Suzanne McAnally 26 Suzanne McAnally 28 Missy Parker 29 Mary Gleason 30 Mary Gleason 27 Mary Gleason 31 Kim Brandl 29 Shawna Ford 30 Kveta Truchlikova 29 Anika Calvert 31 Anika Calvert 31 Andrea Cossey 29 Andrea Cossey 27 Andrea Cossey 31 Andrea Cossey 28 Katie Gross 28 Katie Gross 30 Jillian Samuels 30 Jillian Samuels 33 Jillian Samuels 32 Jillian Samuels 31 Samantha Mahnesmith 30 Samantha Mahnesmith 31 Keena Mays 23

3PM 15 35 42 40 33 48 37 43 45 46 59 44 35 53 68 68 47 53 59 51 72 59 62 55 41 64

AVG 0.5 1.4 1.6 1.4 1.1 1.6 1.4 1.4 1.6 1.5 2.0 1.4 1.1 1.8 2.5 2.2 1.7 1.9 1.9 1.7 2.2 1.8 2.0 1.8 1.3 2.8

Three-Point Percentage (Min. 45 3PA) PLAYER 3PM 3PA Jeannia Nix 15 45 Jeannia Nix 35 77 Suzanne McAnally 42 143 Leslie Frazier 21 60 Missy Parker 33 79 Leslie Frazier 34 66 Mary Gleason 37 107 Alexa Devine 23 69 Kim Brandl 45 112 Kveta Truchlikova 29 67 Karen Blair 28 67 Karen Blair 36 88 Anika Calvert 35 128 Andrea Cossey 53 150 Jackee Brown 27 80 Kenni Patton 21 57 Kaira White 41 109 Katie Gross 53 138 Katie Gross 59 171 Katy Cobb 24 62 Jillian Samuels 72 186 Haley Day 30 62 Raquel Christian 20 45 Alisha Filmore 30 70 Alisha Filmore 33 80 Keena Mays 64 160

PCT .333 .455 .294 .350 .418 .515 .346 .333 .402 .433 .418 .409 .273 .353 .338 .368 .376 .384 .345 .387 .387 .366 .444 .429 .413 .400

SEASON 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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TEAM RECORDS - GAME & SEASON TEAM RECORDS - GAME Most Points 127............................................................. TCU, 1/25/97 115 .............................................. Hawaii-Pacific, 12/1/84 107............................................................. TCU, 2/22/95 107.............................................. Oral Roberts, 12/12/92 107............................................................Kent, 11/30/91 Most Field Goals Made 48................................................ Hawaii-Pacific, 12/1/84 45......................................Sam Houston State, 11/19/99 44....................................... Northeastern Illinois, 2/26/93 Most Field Goals Attempted 98................................................ Hawaii-Pacific, 12/1/84 93............................................................... TCU, 1/25/97 91......................................Southern Mississippi, 3/16/95 Best Field Goal Percentage (minimum 50 attempts) 62.9..........................................Houston, 2/25/95 (39-62) 62.5 ......................................San Jose State, 3/3/00 (40-64) Most Free Throws Made 39........................................................ Radford, 11/26/95 33................................................................. UAB, 2/7/13 32..............................................................Tulane, 3/3/06 32............................................................... TCU, 1/25/97 Most Free Throws Attempted 55 ....................................................... Radford, 11/26/95 52............................................................... TCU, 1/25/97 44................................................................. UAB, 2/7/13 43........................................................... UTSA, 12/28/11 43...................................................... Hampton, 11/27/09 Best Free Throw Percentage (minimum 15 attempts) 100.0................................................ UCF, 2/1/07 (19-19) 95.5................................................ Rice, 1/17/96 (21-22) 92.9...............................................Tulane, 2/3/11 (26-28) 92.9............................................... ULL, 11/11/05 (13-14) Most Three-Pointers Made 14.............................................. San Jose State, 2/12/04 13............................................................. at TCU, 3/3/01 12.......................................................... at Tulsa, 1/13/11 12.................................................... Boise State, 1/31/04 12.................................................. at Boise State, 2/1/03 12.............................................. San Jose State, 2/28/01 12...........................................Stephen F. Austin, 12/1/98 12..................................................... at Marshall, 2/21/10 Most Three-Point Attempts 34................................................Indiana State, 12/20/09 32.............................................. Louisiana Tech, 2/21/04 31...................................................Texas Tech, 12/21/96 Best Three-Point Percentage (minimum 8 attempts) 76.9........................................... DePaul, 3/15/96 (10-13) 63.6..................................................Baylor, 2/8/95 (7-11) 62.5.......................................... at TCU, 11/28/12 (10-16) 62.5...................................................... Rice, 2/6/93 (5-8)

Most Rebounds 69................................................ Hawaii-Pacific, 12/1/84 64............................................................... TCU, 2/19/98 63......................................Sam Houston State, 11/17/06

Most Field Goals Made 909......................................................................1994-95 886......................................................................1981-82 867..................................................................1999-2000

Most Assists 44................................................ Hawaii-Pacific, 12/1/84 32........................................Sam Houston State, 2/11/86 30......................................................... Houston, 2/26/86

Most Field Goals Attempted 2,166...................................................................1981-82 2,042...................................................................2007-08 2,036...................................................................1994-95

Most Blocked Shots 16..............................................................Tulane, 3/3/06 12........................................ Louisiana-Monroe, 12/17/12 12................................................................UTEP, 3/1/03 12................................................................ Tulsa, 1/5/97

Best Field Goal Percentage 44.6.................................................. 1994-95 (909-2036) 43.7.................................................. 1982-83 (699-1601) 42.7.............................................. 1999-2000 (867-2029)

Most Steals 32................................................ Hawaii-Pacific, 12/1/84 25........................................................ Air Force, 1/23/97 24......................................... Prairie View A&M, 11/29/91 24.............................................. San Jose State, 1/15/00 Most Turnovers 35.............................................. San Jose State, 1/15/00 33....................................................... Georgia, 11/25/95 31.........................................Georgia Southern, 11/17/01 Most Fouls 33........................................................... at TCU, 1/25/97 33.................................................. at Memphis, 12/10/94 32.................................................at Texas Tech, 1/19/94 Largest Winning Margin 67 points .............................. Prairie View A&M, 11/29/91 Largest Losing Margin 61 points .....................................Texas, 1978-79 season

TEAM RECORDS - SEASON Most Victories 24............................................................. 2007-08 (24-9) 22......................................................... 1999-2000 (22-9) 21............................................................. 1997-98 (21-8) 21........................................................... 2012-13 (21-10) 21........................................................... 1994-95 (21-10) Most Consecutive Victories 12....................................................................1999-2000 10........................................................................2012-13 8........................................... 1998-99, 2004-05, 2007-08 7........................................... 1979-80, 1993-94, 2007-08 Most Points 2,515...................................................................1994-95 2,417...................................................................2007-08 2,317...................................................................1992-93 Highest Scoring Average 81.1.....................................................................1994-95 77.2.....................................................................1992-93 76.8.....................................................................1995-96

Most Free Throws Made 570......................................................................1994-95 559......................................................................1995-96 552......................................................................2007-08 Most Free Throws Attempted 788......................................................................1995-96 761......................................................................1994-95 753......................................................................1991-92 Best Free Throw Percentage 76.8.................................................... 2007-08 (552-719) 74.9.................................................... 1994-95 (570-761) 74.6.................................................... 2006-07 (471-631) Most Three-Pointers Made 191......................................................................2003-04 186......................................................................2009-10 176......................................................................2012-13 174......................................................................1998-99 Most Three-Pointers Attempted 611 ......................................................................2003-04 578......................................................................2009-10 562......................................................................2005-06 Most Rebounds 1,327...................................................................1981-82 1,315...................................................................1995-96 1,309...................................................................2007-08 Most Assists 543......................................................................1984-85 539......................................................................1987-88 515..................................................................1999-2000 510......................................................................1998-99 Most Blocked Shots 142......................................................................2005-06 129......................................................................2002-03 120......................................................................2004-05 Most Steals 393..................................................................1999-2000 389......................................................................1981-82 357......................................................................1987-88

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS - GAME Three-Point Field Goals Made - 5 + Raquel Christian at UTEP (2/27/11) ..............................8 Alisha Filmore vs. TAMU-CC (12/18/11) ........................7 Andrea Cossey vs. Hawaii (2/14/04) .............................7 Keena Mays vs. Rice (1/20/13) .....................................6 Samantha Mahnesmith at Tulsa (1/13/11) .....................6 Brittany Gilliam vs. East Carolina (3/6/09) .....................6 Katie Gross vs. Tulsa (1/24/08) .....................................6 Katie Gross vs. TCU (12/20/05) ....................................6 Katie Gross vs. San Diego State (12/22/04)..................6 Andrea Cossey at Tulsa (1/5/04) ...................................6 Kenni Patton vs. Boise State (2/27/03)..........................6 Andrea Cossey vs. SJSU (2/7/02) .................................6 Andrea Cossey vs. Alabama (12/21/02) ........................6 Kenni Patton at TCU (3/3/01) ........................................6 Shawna Ford vs. TCU (1/25/97) ....................................6 Jeannia Nix vs. Texas (2/28/89) ....................................6 15 tied with ....................................................................5

Jeannia Nix holds the individual game record for the most points, collecting 43 points vs. Texas on Feb. 28, 1989. Points - 30 + Jeannia Nix vs. Texas (2/28/89) ..................................43 Shawna Ford vs. TCU (1/25/97) ..................................42 S. Smothers-Johnson vs. TCU (1/18/85) .....................36 Jennifer McLaughlin vs. Houston (2/25/95) .................35 Kerri Delaney vs. Baylor (2/5/94).................................35 Rhonda Rompola vs. Baylor (2/19/83) ........................35 Kim Brandl vs. Oklahoma (12/5/95) ............................34 Kim Brandl vs. Rice (1/14/95) ......................................34 Keena Mays vs. S.F.A(12/19/12)................................33 D-dra Rucker at Fresno State (1/28/01) ......................33 Raquel Christian at UTEP (2/27/11) ............................32 Andrea Cossey vs. Hawaii (2/14/04) ...........................31 Jennifer McLaughlin vs. Rice (2/8/94) .........................31 LeQuita Smith vs. TCU (3/3/89) ..................................31 Lee Ann Shaw vs. Tex.-S.A. (2/2/83) ...........................31 D-dra Rucker at SJSU (1/5/01).............................................30 D-dra Rucker vs. Texas A&M (11/30/99)...............................30 Rhonda Rompola vs. Texas Tech (2/25/82) .................30 Rebounds - 17 + Christine Elliott vs. Tulane (2/26/09) ............................21 Felicia Bluitt vs. TCU (2/7/86) ......................................21 Katie Remke vs. Boston U. (12/2/00) ..........................20 Kendall Shead at Tulsa (1/5/04) ..................................19 S. Smothers-Johnson vs. TCU (1/19/85) ....................19 Sarah Davis at UTEP (2/28/04) ...................................18 Kim Brungardt vs. Houston (2/25/95) .........................18 Vicki Walterscheid vs. Texas A&M (3/11/92) ................18 Teri Baldwin vs. Texas Wesleyan (12/5/79) .................18 Akil Simpson at Memphis (2/17/13)..........................17 Christine Elliott vs Houston (2/14/10) ..........................17 Karlin Kennedy at Tulane (12/13/99) ...........................17 Kerri Delaney vs. Baylor (2/5/94).................................17 Assists - 10 + D-dra Rucker vs. SHSU (11/19/99).............................. 11 Suzanne McAnally vs. Tex. A&M (2/12/92).................. 11 Suzanne McAnally vs. Texas Tech (2/8/92) ................. 11 Suzanne McAnally vs. Baylor (1/31/90)....................... 11 Scotti Wood vs. SW Texas St. (11/24/84) .................... 11 Brittany Gilliam vs. UTEP (1/15/10) ............................. 11 Nine tied with ...............................................................10

Field Goals Made - 13 + Jeannia Nix vs. Texas (2/28/89) ..................................16 Shawna Ford vs. TCU (1/25/97) ..................................14 Kim Brandl vs. Rice (1/14/95) ......................................14 Kerri Delaney vs. Baylor (2/5/94).................................14 Jennifer McLaughlin vs. Houston (2/25/95) .................13 Kerri Delaney vs. Alcorn State (1/3/95) .......................13 Field Goals Attempted - 24 + Keena Mays vs. UAB (2/7/13)....................................30 Rhonda Rompola vs. Texas (1/28/82) .........................29 Rhonda Rompola vs. Texas A&M (1/19/82).................29 Rhonda Rompola vs. North Texas (12/16/81) ...................26

LeQuita Smith vs. Rice (1/16/88).................................25 Sarah Davis at SJSU (2/10/05) ...................................24 Suzanne McAnally vs. S. Utah St. (2/25/90) ...............24 Rhonda Buggs vs. Oklahoma St. (12/6/85) .................24 Rhonda Rompola vs. UNLV (2/5/82) ...........................24 Rhonda Rompola vs. Texas Tech (1/30/82) .................24 Rhonda Rompola vs. Okla. City U. (1/5/82) ................24 Free Throws Made - 12 + Andrea Cossey vs. BYU (12/8/01)...............................16 D-dra Rucker at TCU (2/27/00) ...................................14 Brenda Bruggeman vs. Rice (1/22/91) ........................14 Janielle Dodds vs. Tulane (2/2/08) ..............................13 Brittany Gilliam vs. UTEP (1/12/07) .............................13 Rhonda Rompola vs. Baylor (2/8/82) ..........................13 Sharee Shepard vs. UTEP (3/9/08) .............................12 D-dra Rucker at Old Dominion (3/20/00) .....................12 Kim Brandl vs. S.F.A. (12/31/96) .................................12 Kim Brandl vs. Rice (1/17/96) ......................................12 Amy Severson vs. Oklahoma (12/5/92) .......................12 S. Smothers-Johnson vs. TCU (1/19/85) .....................12 Lisa Davis vs. North Texas (1/15/80) ...........................12 Free Throws Attempted - 15 + Felicia Bluitt vs. TCU (2/15/86) ....................................19 Andrea Cossey vs. BYU (12/8/01)...............................17 S. Smothers-Johnson vs. TCU (1/19/85) .....................17 Lisa Davis vs. North Texas (1/15/80) ...........................17 Brittany Gilliam vs. UTEP (1/12/07) .............................16 S. Smothers-Johnson vs. UTA (11/25/83)...................16 Delisha Wills vs. Coppin St. (12/6/07) .........................15 Brenda Bruggeman vs. Rice (1/22/91) ........................15

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts - 10 + Jillian Samuels at Houston (1/27/07) ...........................15 Keena Mays vs. UAB (2/7/13)....................................13 Raquel Christian at East Carolina (2/17/11) ................13 Jillian Samuels vs. Indiana State (12/20/09) ...............13 Raquel Christian at UTEP (2/27/11) ............................12 Jillian Samuels vs. (UAB 3/9/10) .................................12 Jillian Samuels at Texas Tech (2/17/08) ......................12 Kaira White vs. La. Tech (2/21/04) ..............................12 Andrea Cossey vs. Alabama (12/21/01) ......................12 Suzanne McAnally vs. Baylor (3/9/90).........................12 Alisha Filmore vs. TAMU-CC (12/18/11) ......................11 Jillian Samuels vs. UCF (3/7/09) .................................11 Jillian Samuels vs. Dartmouth (12/16/08) ....................11 Katie Gross vs. Tulsa (1/24/08) ...................................11 Jillian Samuels at Tulsa (1/21/07)................................11 Jillian Samuels vs. UWM (11/25/06) ............................11 Mary Gleason vs. Texas (2/13/94) ...............................11 Suzanne McAnally vs. Rice (1/20/90)..........................11 Four players - Seven times..........................................10 Steals Gabrielle Wilkins vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) ..10 Sharee Shepherd at UAB (2/17/08)...............................9 Sharee Shepherd vs. TCU (11/20/07) ...........................8 Suzanne McAnally vs. Houston (3/7/92) .......................8 Suzanne McAnally vs. San Jose St. (12/29/91) ................8 Angela Crooks vs. Arkansas (1/14/89) ..........................8 Rhonda Rompola vs. Baylor (1/12/82) ..........................8 Wendy Truskey vs. Texas A&M (2/10/81) ......................8 Blocked Shots - 5 + Sarah Davis vs. Tulane (3/3/06) ....................................6 Kendall Shead vs. Tulane (3/3/06) ................................6 Alice Severin vs. UCF (3/7/09) ......................................5 Katie Remke at UTEP (1/20/00) ....................................5 Claudia Brassard vs. Tulsa (1/30/99) ............................5 Karlin Kennedy vs. Tulsa (1/29/98)................................5 Karlin Kennedy vs. UTEP (1/22/98)...............................5 S. Bryant vs. Hardin-Simmons (11/30/85) .....................5 -Bold text denotes active players

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS - SEASON Points - 470 + Rhonda Rompola (1981-82) ......................................683 Jennifer McLaughlin (1994-95) ..................................537 Kim Brandl (1994-95) ................................................500 D-dra Rucker (1999-00).............................................496 Janielle Dodds (2007-08) ..........................................494 Kim Brandl (1996-97) ................................................493 Karlin Kennedy (1998-99)..........................................484 Brittany Gilliam (2008-09) ..........................................470 Rebounds - 250 + S. Smothers-Johnson (1984-85) ...............................310 Rhonda Rompola (1981-82) ......................................278 Kim Nowak (1979-80) ................................................278 Karlin Kennedy (1999-00)..........................................267 Kim Brungardt (1994-95) ...........................................254 Janielle Dodds (2005-06) ..........................................253 Akil Simpson (2012-13) ...........................................251 Assists - 125 + Suzanne McAnally (1991-92) ....................................189 Brittany Gilliam (2009-10 ...........................................154 Wendy Truskey (1980-81) .........................................153 Karen Blair (1997-98) ................................................148 Kendall Shead (2004-05)...........................................143 Suzanne McAnally (1990-91) ....................................140 Kendall Shead (2003-04)...........................................131 D-dra Rucker (1999-00).............................................131 Karen Blair (1998-99) ................................................127 Brittany Gilliam (2008-09) ..........................................126 Field Goals Made - 185 + Rhonda Rompola (1981-82) ......................................260 Jennifer McLaughlin (1994-95) .................................. 211 Karlin Kennedy (1997-98)..........................................192 Carol Blauvelt (1980-81)............................................189 Jeannia Nix (1988-89) ...............................................189 Field Goals Attempted - 400 + Rhonda Rompola (1981-82) ......................................574 D-dra Rucker (1999-00).............................................469 Brittany Gilliam (2009-10 ...........................................465 Shanell Thomas (1992-93) ........................................452 Jennifer McLaughlin (1994-95) ..................................436 Brittany Gilliam (2008-09) ..........................................424 Carol Blauvelt (1980-81)............................................414 Jeannia Nix (1988-89) ...............................................410 D-dra Rucker (2000-01).............................................408 Field Goal Percentage - 50.0 + (Min. 100 att.) Kim Brungardt (1992-93, 135-234) ...........................57.7 Kerri Delaney (1994-95, 157-283) ............................55.5 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97, 158-289) .........................54.7 Lisa Davis (1979-80, 104-190) .................................54.7 Sheila Bryant (1985-86, 122-224) ............................54.5 Alice Severin (2009-10, 69-127) ...............................54.3 Christine Elliott (2010-11, 123-229) ..........................53.7 Christine Elliott (2008-09, 113-214) ..........................52.8 Akil Simpson (2011-12, 122-233) .............................52.4 Christine Elliott (2009-10, 128-252) ..........................50.8 Free Throws Made - 125 + Rhonda Rompola (1981-82) ......................................163 Kim Brandl (1994-95) ................................................137 Kim Brandl (1995-96) ................................................132 Felicia Bluitt (1985-86)...............................................131 Janielle Dodds (2007-08) ..........................................129 D-dra Rucker (2000-01).............................................125

Andrea Cossey established new season records with 68 three-point field goals made and 220 three-point field goal attempts in 2002-03. Free Throw Attempts - 150 + Rhonda Rompola (1981-82) ......................................189 Felicia Bluitt (1985-86)...............................................176 Kim Brandl (1995-96) ...............................................164 Kim Brandl (1994-95) ...............................................163 D-dra Rucker (2000-01).............................................154 Janielle Dodds (2007-08) ..........................................152 Janielle Dodds (2006-07) ..........................................151 Free Throw Percentage - 84.0 + (Min. 75 att) Kim Brandl (1996-97, 104-117) ................................88.9 D-dra Rucker (1999-00, 115-130).......................................88.5 Lisa Davis (1979-80, 94-107) ...................................87.8 Jillian Samuels (2009-10, 84-97) ..............................86.6 Rhonda Rompola (1981-82, 163-189) ......................86.3 Janielle Dodds (2007-08, 129-152) ..........................84.9 Jennifer McLaughlin (1995-96, 99-117) ....................84.6 Kim Brandl (1994-95, 137-163) ................................84.0 Three-Point Field Goals Made - 50 + Jillian Samuels (2007-08) ............................................72 Andrea Cossey (2002-03) ...........................................68 Andrea Cossey (2001-02) ...........................................68 Keena Mays (2012-13) ...............................................64 Jillian Samuels (2009-10) ............................................62 Jillian Samuels (2008-09) ............................................59 Katie Gross (2005-06) .................................................59 Kveta Truchlikova (1997-98)........................................59 Samantha Mahnesmith (2010-11) ...............................55 Katie Gross (2004-05) .................................................53 Andrea Cossey (2000-01) ...........................................53 Raquel Christian (2010-11)..........................................51 Jillian Samuels (2006-07) ............................................51

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted - 150 + Andrea Cossey (2002-03) .........................................220 Andrea Cossey (2001-02) .........................................206 Jillian Samuels (2007-08) ..........................................186 Jillian Samuels (2009-10) ..........................................186 Jillian Samuels (2008-09) ..........................................178 Katie Gross (2005-06) ...............................................171 Keena Mays (2012-13) .............................................160 Samantha Mahnesmith (2010-11) .............................159 Andrea Cossey (2003-04) .........................................154 Andrea Cossey (2000-01) .........................................150 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage - 40.0 + Leslie Frazier (1992-93, 34-66) ................................51.5 Jeannia Nix (1988-89, 35-77) ...................................45.5 K. Truchlikova (1996-97, 29-67) ...............................43.3 Alisha Filmore (2010-11, 30-70) ...............................42.9 Karen Blair (1997-98, 28-67) ....................................41.8 Suzanne McAnally (1988-89, 28-67) ........................41.8 Missy Parker (1991-92, 33-79) .................................41.8 Alisha Filmore (2011-12, 33-80) ...............................41.3 Keena Mays (2012-13, 64-160) ...............................40.0 Haley Day (2009-10, 30-75) .....................................40.0 Steals - 80 + Sharee Shepherd (2007-08) ......................................101 Wendy Truskey (1980-81) ...........................................97 Kim Nowak (1979-80) ..................................................97 D-dra Rucker (1999-00)...............................................91 Wendy Truskey (1979-80) ...........................................90 Suzanne McAnally (1991-92) ......................................88 Missy Parker (1989-90) ...............................................84 Brittany Gilliam (2008-09) ............................................80 Blocked Shots - 40 + Sarah Davis (2005-06) ................................................57 Karlin Kennedy (1997-98)............................................47 Sarah Davis (2003-04) ................................................45 Katie Remke (2000-01) ...............................................43 Janielle Dodds (2006-07) ............................................42 Tony Jackson (1982-83) ..............................................42 Sarah Davis (2002-03) ................................................40 Katie Remke (1999-00) ...............................................40 -Bold text denotes active players

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS - CAREER Points - 1,000+ Janielle Dodds (2004-08) .............................................1,861 Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000).........................................1,785 Kerri Delaney (1992-96) ...............................................1,503 Shanell Thomas (1990-93) ...........................................1,480 Kim Brandl (1994-97) ...................................................1,458 Brittany Gilliam (2006-10) .............................................1,455 Shasta Smothers-Johnson (1983-87)...........................1,426 Claudia Brassard (1995-99) .........................................1,358 Jennifer McLaughlin (1993-96) .....................................1,353 Carol Blauvelt (1979-82)...............................................1,329 Kim Brungardt (1992-96) ..............................................1,280 Delisha Wills (2006-11).................................................1,260 Andrea Cossey (2000-04) ............................................1,206 Jillian Samuels (2006-10) .............................................1,188 Christine Elliott (2008-12) .............................................1,167 Lisa Davis (1979-83) ....................................................1,156 Missy Parker (1989-93) ................................................1,137 Alisha Filmore (2009-2013) ..........................................1,061 Sarah Davis (2002-06) .................................................1,042 Suzanne McAnally (1988-92) .......................................1,022 Rebounds - 700 + Janielle Dodds (2004-08) ................................................974 Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000)............................................946 Shasta Smothers-Johnson (1983-87)..............................933 Teri Baldwin (1977-80).....................................................890 Christine Elliott (2008-12) ................................................886 Claudia Brassard (1995-99) ............................................814 Kim Brungardt (1992-96) .................................................797 Sarah Davis (2003-06) ....................................................737 Kerri Delaney (1992-96) ..................................................705 Kim Nowak (1979-81) ......................................................700 Assists - 275 + Suzanne McAnally (1989-92) ..........................................489 Kendall Shead (2003-2006).............................................481 Karen Blair (1995-99) ......................................................462 Brittany Gilliam (2006-10) ................................................435 Missy Parker (1990-93) ...................................................368 Tomi Hollis (1983-86).......................................................327 Alisha Filmore (2009-2013) .............................................319 Katy Cobb (2004-08) .......................................................298 Field Goals Made - 525 + Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000)............................................722 Janielle Dodds (2004-08) ................................................685 Shanell Thomas (1990-93) ..............................................607 Shasta Smothers-Johnson (1983-87)..............................603 Kerri Delaney (1992-96) ..................................................592 Claudia Brassard (1995-99) ............................................531

Field Goals Attempts - 1,150 + Shanell Thomas (1990-93) ...........................................1,538 Janielle Dodds (2004-08) .............................................1,452 Brittany Gilliam (2006-10) .............................................1,421 Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000).........................................1,365 Shasta Smothers-Johnson (1983-87)...........................1,244 Claudia Brassard (1995-99) .........................................1,167 Andrea Cossey (2000-04) ............................................1,155 Field Goal Percentage 50.0 + K. Kennedy (1996-2000, 722-1365) ...................................52.9 Christine Elliott (2008-12, 463-895) ....................................51.7 Sheila Bryant (1986-87, 258-499) ..................................51.7 Kerri Delaney (1992-96, 592-1148) ................................51.5 Kim Brungardt (1992-96, 497-973) .................................51.0 Kim Nowak (1979-81, 337-664)......................................50.8 Free Throws Made - 300 + Janielle Dodds (2004-08) ................................................478 Kim Brandl (1994-97) ......................................................373 Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000)............................................334 Delisha Wills (2006-11)....................................................324 Jennifer McLaughlin (1993-96) ........................................320 Lisa Davis (1979-83) .......................................................300 Free Throw Attempts - 400 + Janielle Dodds (2004-08) ................................................601 Claudia Brassard (1995-99) ............................................461 Kim Brandl (1994-97) ......................................................444 Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000)............................................439 Brittany Gilliam (2006-10) ................................................437 Delisha Wills (2006-11)....................................................431 Missy Parker (1990-93) ...................................................430 Free Throw Percentage - 80.0 + Rhonda Rompola (1981-82, 163-189) ............................86.3 Jeannia Nix (1988-89, 94-109) .......................................86.2 D-dra Rucker (1999-01, 240-284) ..................................84.5 Jillian Samuels (2006-10, 194-230) ................................84.3 Kim Brandl (1994-97, 373-444) ......................................84.0 Kim Brungardt (1992-96, 280-340) .................................82.3

Three-Pointer Attempts - 250 + Andrea Cossey (2000-04) ...............................................730 Jillian Samuels (2006-10) ................................................696 Sarah Davis (2003-06) ....................................................429 Katie Gross (2004-08) .....................................................432 Samantha Mahnesmith (2008-12) ...................................417 Suzanne McAnally (1989-92) ..........................................399 Mary Gleason (1992-95)..................................................365 Karen Blair (1995-99) ......................................................357 Kendall Shead (2003-06).................................................348 Sarah Davis (2003-06) ....................................................323 Kim Brandl (1994-97) ......................................................295 D-dra Rucker (1999-01)...................................................250 Three-Point Percentage - 35.0 + Kveta Truchlikova (1996-98)...........................................42.1 Jeannia Nix (1988-89, 50-122) .......................................41.0 Raquel Christian (2009-11, 71-180) ...............................39.4 Alisha Filmore (2009-2013) ............................................36.8 Mary Gleason (1992-93, 132-365) .................................36.2 Leslie Frazier (1991-94, 87-243) ....................................35.8 Haley Day (2007-11, 84-236) .........................................35.6 Jillian Samuels (2006-10, 244-691) ................................35.3 Steals - 200 + Missy Parker (1989-93) ...................................................290 Brittany Gilliam (2006-10) ................................................252 Suzanne McAnally (1988-92) ..........................................246 Kendall Shead (2003-06).................................................236 Karen Blair (1995-99) ...................................................... 211 Blocked Shots - 75 + Sarah Davis (2003-06) ....................................................180 Karlin Kennedy (1996-2000)............................................139 Katie Remke (1997-01) ...................................................109 Janielle Dodds (2004-08) ................................................109 Christine Elliott (2008-12) ..................................................95 Diana Wilt (1986-89)..........................................................88 Kaci Alexander (1999-2003) ..............................................84 Alice Severin (2006-10) .....................................................81 Sharee Shepherd (2004-08) ..............................................79

Three-Pointers Made - 125 + Jillian Samuels (2006-10) ................................................249 Andrea Cossey (2000-04) ...............................................236 Mary Gleason (1992-95)..................................................132 Sarah Davis (2003-06) ....................................................129 Samantha Mahnesmith (2008-12) ...................................128 Katie Gross (2004-08) .....................................................128

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Most Three-Pointers Made Suzanne McAnally vs. Texas (1/28/89) ................................. 5 Several Players ..................................................................... 4

Most Points Leann Shaw vs. Texas-S.A. (2/2/83) .................................... 31 Brittany Gilliam at Stephen F. Austin (11/20/06) ................... 25 Karlin Kennedy vs. Oklahoma (12/7/96) ............................... 25 Kim Brungardt vs. Texas A&M (2/24/93)............................... 25 Kim Brungardt vs. Oral Roberts (12/12/92) .....................................25 Kerri Delaney vs. Texas-Arlington (12/1/92) ....................................25

Most Three-Pointers Attempted Jillian Samuels at Houston (1/27/07) .................................... 15 Jillian Samuels at Tulsa (1/21/07)......................................... 11 Jillian Samuels vs. UWM (11/25/06) ..................................... 11 Andrea Cossey at Oklahoma (12/9/00) ................................ 11 Suzanne McAnally vs. Texas (1/28/89) .................................. 7

Most Rebounds Christine Elliot vs. Tulane (2/26/09) .................................. 21 Shanell Thomas vs. Boise State (2/24/90) ........................... 16 Shasta Smothers vs. E. Wash. (11/20/82) ............................ 16 Shasta Smothers vs. Purdue (1/4/83) .................................. 15 Kim Brungardt vs. Rice (3/6/93) ........................................... 14 Leann Shaw vs. Texas - S.A. (2/2/83) .................................. 14

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Most Assists Kendall Shead vs. Tulsa (1/25/03)........................................ 10 Katy Cobb at Denver (12/19/04) ............................................. 7 Angela Crooks vs. Hawaii-Pacific (12/1/84) ........................... 7 Tomi Hollis vs. Texas Tech (2/5/83) ........................................ 7 Karen Blair vs. Houston (3/6/96) ............................................ 7

Most Points Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ................................................... 423 Carol Blauvelt (1978-79)..................................................... 406 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97)................................................... 382 Shasta Smothers (1982-83) ............................................... 373 Kim Brungardt (1992-93) .................................................... 370

Best Field Goal Percentage (minimum 75 attempts) Kim Brungardt (1992-93, 135-234) .................................... 57.7 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97, 158-289) .................................. 54.7 Kerri Delaney (1992-93, 144-275) ..................................... 52.4 Christine Elliott (2008-09, 113-214) .................................. .52.3 Claudia Brassard (1995-96, 83-159) ................................. 52.2 Most Free Throws Made Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ................................................... 114 Kim Brungardt (1992-93) ...................................................... 99 Missy Parker (1989-90) ........................................................ 83 Delisha Wills (2006-07) ........................................................ 73 Shonte Roberts (2001-02) .................................................... 73 Most Free Throws Attempted Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ................................................... 150 Missy Parker (1989-90) ...................................................... 121 Kim Brungardt (1992-93) .................................................... 118 Shonte Roberts (2001-02) .................................................. 116 Shasta Smothers (1982-83) ............................................... 102

Highest Scoring Average Carol Blauvelt (1978-79).................................................... 15.1 Janielle Dodds (2004-05) .................................................. 14.1 Shasta Smothers (1982-83) .............................................. 13.8 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97).................................................. 12.7 Kim Brungardt (1992-93) ................................................... 12.3

Best Free Throw Percentage (minimum 50 attempts) Kim Brungardt (1992-93, 99-118) ..................................... 83.9 Andrea Cossey (2000-01, 55-66) ...................................... 78.8 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97, 66-85) ...................................... 77.6 Janielle Dodds (2004-05, 114-150) ................................... 76.0 Delisha Wills (2006-07, 73-101) ........................................ 72.3

Most Rebounds Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ................................................... 246 Shasta Smothers (1982-83) ............................................... 230 Christine Elliott (2008-09) ................................................... 229 Teri Baldwin (1976-77)........................................................ 221 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97)................................................... 218

Most Three-Pointers Made Andrea Cossey (2000-01) .................................................... 53 Jillian Samuels (2006-07) ..................................................... 51 Sarah Davis (2002-03) ......................................................... 28 Suzanne McAnally (1988-89) ............................................... 28 Kenni Patton (1999-2000) .................................................... 27

Most Blocked Shots Christine Elliot vs. Tulane (2/21/09) ........................................ 4 Sarah Davis at Nevada (1/16/03) ........................................... 4 Karlin Kennedy vs. Utah (1/18/97).......................................... 4 Karlin Kennedy vs. Tulsa (1/5/97)........................................... 4 Several Players ...................................................................... 3

Most Assists Tomi Hollis (1982-83)............................................................ 95 Karen Blair (1995-96) ........................................................... 93 Katy Cobb (2004-05) ............................................................ 88 Kendall Shead (2002-03)...................................................... 86 Brittany Gilliam (2006-07) ..................................................... 73

Most Three-Pointers Attempted Andrea Cossey (2000-01) .................................................. 150 Jillian Samuels (2006-07) ................................................... 146 Sarah Davis (2002-03) ......................................................... 86 Kenni Patton (1999-2000) .................................................... 70 Suzanne McAnally (1988-89) ............................................... 67

Most Field Goals Made Leann Shaw vs. Texas-S.A. (2/2/83) .................................... 12 Kim Brungardt vs. Texas A&M (2/24/93)............................... 11 Kerri Delaney vs. UTA (12/1/92) ........................................... 11 Shanell Thomas vs. Texas A&M (1/10/90) ............................ 11 Several Players .................................................................... 10

Most Steals Missy Parker (1989-90) ........................................................ 84 Angela Crooks (1984-85) ..................................................... 59 Brittany Gilliam (2006-07) ..................................................... 55 Karen Blair (1995-96) ........................................................... 52 Sharee Shepherd (2004-05) ................................................. 49

Most Field Goals Attempted Janielle Dodds vs. Hawaii (1/13/05) ..................................... 23 Shanell Thomas vs. Houston (1/18/90) ................................ 23 Shanell Thomas vs. Texas A&M (1/10/90) ............................ 23 Kerri Delaney vs. Texas (1/12/93) ........................................ 22 Jillian Samuels at Houston (1/27/07) .................................... 21

Most Blocked Shots Sarah Davis (2002-03) ......................................................... 40 Diana Wilt (1985-86)............................................................. 34 Christine Elliot (2008-09) ...................................................... 24 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97)..................................................... 24 Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ..................................................... 22 Leann Shaw (1982-83) ......................................................... 22

Best Three-Point Percentage (minimum 25 attempts) Suzanne McAnally (1988-89, 28-67) ................................. 41.8 Kenni Patton (1999-00, 27-70) .......................................... 38.6 Katy Cobb (2004-05, 18-50) .............................................. 36.0 Andrea Cossey (2000-01, 53-150) ...............................................35.3 Leslie Frazier (1990-91, 21-60) ......................................... 35.0

Most Steals Gabrielle Wilkins vs. SIU-Edwardsville (11/23/12) ................ 10 Kendall Shead vs. Stony Brook (11/22/02) ............................. 7 Missy Parker vs. Wake Forest (2/23/90)................................. 7 Karen Blair (twice) .................................................................. 7 Missy Parker vs. Lamar (12/2/89)........................................... 6 Angela Crooks vs. Rice (1/2/85) ............................................. 6 Angela Crooks vs. NC-Asheville (12/29/84) ........................... 6 Karen Blair vs. Texas A&M (3/1/96) ...................................... 6

Most Free Throws Made Brittany Gilliam vs. UTEP (1/12/07) ...................................... 13 Janielle Dodds at Hawaii (2/12/05) ....................................... 10 Kim Brungardt vs. TCU (1/20/93) ......................................... 10 Missy Parker vs. Texas (1/13/90) ......................................... 10 Shonte Roberts vs. SJSU (2/7/02) ......................................... 9 Missy Parker vs. Missouri (1/4/90) ......................................... 9 Tomi Hollis vs. Oklahoma City (1/15/83)................................. 9 Most Free Throws Attempted Brittany Gilliam vs. UTEP (1/12/07) ...................................... 16 Shonte Roberts vs. Nevada (2/28/02) .................................. 14 Karlin Kennedy vs. Oklahoma (12/7/96) ............................... 12 Shonte Roberts vs. SJSU (2/7/02) ....................................... 11 Missy Parker vs. Texas (1/13/90) ......................................... 11 Leann Shaw vs. Texas-S.A. (2/2/83) .................................... 11 Tomi Hollis vs. Oklahoma City (1/15/83)............................... 11

Most Field Goals Made Carol Blauvelt (1978-79)..................................................... 182 Shasta Smothers (1982-83) ............................................... 159 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97)................................................... 158 Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ................................................... 154 Kerri Delaney (1992-93) ..................................................... 144 Most Field Goals Attempted Janielle Dodds (2004-05) ................................................... 374 Carol Blauvelt (1978-79)..................................................... 349 Shanell Thomas (1989-90) ................................................. 329 Shasta Smothers (1982-83) ............................................... 312 Karlin Kennedy (1996-97)................................................... 289

Christine Elliott pulled down a freshman record 21 rebounds against Tulane in 2008-09.

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MOST POINTS SMU...............107 ................................................vs. Kent, 11/30/91 & Oral Roberts, 12/12/92 Opponent......107 ..............................................................................................Texas, 2/23/85

MOST POINTS SMU .............43 ...................................................................... Jeannia Nix vs. Texas, 2/28/89 Opponent......39 ....................................................................... Annette Smith, Texas, 1/28/83

MOST FIELD GOALS SMU .............45 ...................................................................vs. Sam Houston State, 11/19/99 Opponent......42 ................................................................................................Kent, 11/30/91

MOST FIELD GOALS SMU .............16 ...................................................................... Jeannia Nix vs. Texas, 2/28/89 Opponent......17 ....................................................................... Annette Smith, Texas, 1/28/83

MOST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS SMU .............100 ............................................................................ vs. North Texas, 12/16/81 Opponent......95 ................................................................................................ Tulane, 3/3/06

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED SMU .............30 ........................................................................ Keena Mays, vs. UAB, 2/7/13 Opponent...... 27 ............................ Annette Smith, Texas, 1/28/83 & Rashida Cooper, Coppin St., 12/6/07

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 50 ATTEMPTS) SMU ..............61.7% ......................................................................vs. Baylor (37-60), 2/20/89 Opponent.......62.1% .....................................................................#14 LSU (36-58), 11/28/00

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 8 ATTEMPTS) SMU .............1.000 ...................................................H. Nygard vs. Texas A&M (8-8), 2/5/87 Opponent......1.000 ........................................................... Amy Claborn (8-8), Texas, 1/13/90

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE SMU .............14 ........................................................................... vs. San Jose State, 2/12/04 Opponent......11 ................................................................................................ Tulane, 3/3/06

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE SMU .............7 ................................................................. Andrea Cossey vs. Hawaii, 2/14/04 Opponent.......7 ........................... Carla Morrow (Tulsa), 1/26/02 & Brooke Lassiter (La. Tech), 1/20/02

MOST THREE-POINTERS ATTEMPTED SMU .............34 ............................................................................ vs. Indiana State, 12/20/09 Opponent......38 ................................................................................................ Tulane, 3/3/06

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED SMU ............. 13 ..................................................................................... Keena Mays vs. UAB, 2/7/13 Opponent......16 ......................................................................Nikki Luckhurst, Tulane, 3/3/06

BEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 4 ATTEMPTS) SMU .............1.000 ................................................................. vs. New Orleans (4-4), 12/1/88 Opponent.......800 ............................................. Texas Tech (4-5), 1/2/91 & TCU (4-5), 1/3/90 MOST FREE THROWS MADE SMU .............33 ..............................................................................................vs. UAB, 2/7/13 Opponent......30 ................................................................Houston, 1/26/91 & Texas, 2/17/96 MOST FREE THROW ATTEMPTS SMU .............51 ............................................................................ vs. Oklahoma City, 1/15/83 Opponent......40 ............................................................................... Texas, 2/14/87 & 2/17/96 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 20 ATTEMPTS) SMU .............95.5% ..........................................................................vs. Rice (21-22), 1/17/96 Opponent......85.7% ......................................................................... Houston (18-21), 2/14/10 MOST REBOUNDS SMU .............63 ...................................................................vs. Sam Houston State, 11/17/06 Opponent......64 ................................................................................................ Tulane, 3/3/06 MOST ASSISTS SMU .............32 .....................................................................vs. Sam Houston State, 2/11/86 Opponent......35 ............................................................................................Houston, 2/20/88

BEST THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 4 ATTEMPTS) SMU .............1.000 ...................................................................Katie Gross vs. Rice, 12/30/04 Opponent.......833 ..............................................................Karen Sowada (5-6), Rice 2/17/88 MOST FREE THROWS MADE SMU .............16 ...................................................................Andrea Cossey vs. BYU, 12/8/01 Opponent......15 ........................................................................ Amelia Cooper, Rice, 1/18/89 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED SMU .............19 ........................................................................Felicia Bluitt vs. TCU, 2/15/86 Opponent......22 ........................................................................ Amelia Cooper, Rice, 1/18/89 BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 10 ATTEMPTS) SMU ............. 1.000 ........................ R. Rompola vs. Baylor, 2/8/82 & J. Dodds vs. Tulane, 2/2/08 (13-13) Opponent......1.000 ................................................. Jami Montagnino (12-12), Tulane, 3/3/06 MOST REBOUNDS SMU .............21 ............... Felicia Bluitt vs. TCU, 2/6/86 & Christine Elliot vs. Tulane, 2/26/09 Opponent......21 .......................................................... A. Norris, Stephen F. Austin, 12/12/87

MOST STEALS SMU .............25 ..................................................................................... vs. Air Force, 1/23/97 Opponent......19 ....................................................................................... Texas Tech, 2/16/94

MOST ASSISTS SMU .............11 .... Suzanne McAnally vs. Baylor, 1/31/90 & Scotti Wood vs. SW Texas St., 11/24/84 Opponent......15 ...................................................................... Cricket Williams, SJSU, 2/7/02

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS SMU .............16 ...........................................................................................vs. Tulane, 3/3/06 Opponent......14 ........................................................................................... Hofstra, 12/28/09

MOST STEALS SMU .............10 ...........................................Gabrielle Wilkins vs. SIU-Edwardsville, 11/23/12 Opponent......8 ...... Carla Yancey, Missouri, 1/4/90 & Catherine Walker, Oklahoma City, 11/25/80

MOST TURNOVERS SMU .............48 ...............................................................................vs. North Texas, 11/16/84 Opponent......46 .................................................................................... Prairie View, 11/29/91

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS SMU .............6 ............................................ Sarah Davis & Kendall Shead vs. Tulane, 3/3/06 Opponent......7 .................................................................... Isis Smith, Alcorn State, 11/10/12

MOST HOME WINS IN A SEASON 15 ................................................................................................................................2012-13 MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS IN A SEASON 9 ..............................................................................................................1999-2000, 2004-05 LARGEST WINNING MARGIN 67 POINTS .............................................................................. vs. Prairie View A&M, 11/29/91

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SMU HONOR ROLL Conference All-Newcomer Team Brenda Bruggeman ............................................1990-91 Andrea Cossey ...................................................2000-01 Sarah Davis ........................................................2002-03 Janielle Dodds ....................................................2004-05 Karlin Kennedy ...................................................1996-97 D-dra Rucker ..................................................1999-2000 Delisha Wills .......................................................2006-07 Akil Simpson .......................................................2010-11 Conference Coach of the Year Honors Rhonda Rompola........1999-2000, Dallas Morning News 1994-95, Houston Post 1992-93, Dallas Morning News 1992-93, USA Today Midseason 1991-92, Dallas Morning News 1991-92, Houston Post Scholastic Senior Athlete Award Megan Farabaugh ...................................................1983 Jill Vana ...................................................................1995

Kim Brandl is SMU's only three-time District Academic All-America team selection Women’s Basketball News Service All-America Rhonda Rompola (second team)........................1981-82 WBCA All-America Janielle Dodds (honorable mention) ...................2004-05 AP All-America Janielle Dodds (honorable mention) ...................2007-08 All-Conference Karen Blair (second team) ..................................1997-98 Kim Brandl (first team) ............................ 1995-96, 96-97 Kim Brandl (second team) ..................................1994-95 Claudia Brassard (first team) ..............................1998-99 Claudia Brassard (second team) ........................1997-98 Kim Brungardt (honorable mention) ...................1992-93 Sarah Davis (third team).....................................2005-06 Kerri Delaney (second team) .................. 1992-93, 93-94 Janielle Dodds (first team) ................. 2004-05, 05-06, 07-08

Janielle Dodds (second team) ............................2006-07 Alisha Filmore (second team) .............................2012-13 Brittany Gilliam (second team) ...........................2008-09 Brittany Gilliam (first team) .................................2009-10 Karlin Kennedy (first team) .............................1997-2000 Karlin Kennedy (second team) ...........................1996-97 Keena Mays (first team) .....................................2012-13 Jennifer McLaughlin (first team) .........................1994-95 Jennifer McLaughlin (second team) ...................1993-94 Jeannia Nix (second team) .................................1988-89 Missy Parker (second team) ...............................1992-93 D-dra Rucker (first team) ................ 1999-2000, 2000-01 Akil Simpson (second team) ................2011-12, 2012-13 LeQuita Smith (second team) .............................1987-88 Shanell Thomas (first team) ...............................1992-93 Delisha Wills (second team) ...............................2008-09 Delisha Wills (third team)....................................2007-08

Conference Tournament Team Kim Brandl ..........................................................1996-97 Claudia Brassard ................................................1998-99 Janielle Dodds (MVP) .........................................2007-08 Nici Johnson .......................................................1998-99 Karlin Kennedy (MVP) ........................................1998-99 Jennifer McLaughlin ..........................................1994-95 D-dra Rucker ......................................................2000-01 Kendall Shead ....................................................2005-06 Sharee Shepherd ...............................................2007-08 Shanell Thomas .................................................1992-93 Vicki Walterscheid .............................................1991-92 NWIT All-Tournament Team Kim Brungardt ....................................................1992-93 Shanell Thomas..................................................1992-93 Conference Player of the Year Karlin Kennedy (Co-Player) ............................1999-2000 D-dra Rucker .....................................................2000-01 Keena Mays........................................................2012-13 Conference Defensive Player of the Year Brittany Gilliam ...................................................2008-09 Sharee Shepherd ...............................................2007-08 Conference All-Defensive Team Nici Johnson .......................................................1997-98 Karlin Kennedy ...................................................1998-99 D-dra Rucker .................................. 1999-2000, 2000-01 Sharee Shepherd ...............................................2007-08

Outstanding Senior Athlete Award Diana Bartley ...........................................................1985 Kim Brandl ...............................................................1996 Claudia Brassard .....................................................1999 Leslie Frazier ...........................................................1994 Suzanne McAnally ...................................................1992 Jill Vana ...................................................................1995 Conference Academic Honor Team Karen Blair ........................... 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99 Kim Brandl .......................................... 1995-96, 1996-97 Claudia Brassard .....................1996-97, 1997-98, '98-99 Kim Brungardt.....................................................1994-95 Lisa Cole.............................................................1989-90 Andrea Cossey .................... 2000-01, 2001-02, 2003-04 Regina Harvey ....................................................1987-88 Suzanne McAnally .............................. 1990-91, 1991-92 Missy Parker .......................................................1992-93 Jennifer Rigg ......................................................1998-99 Kveta Truchlikova ...............................................1997-98 Conference USA All-Academic Team Janielle Dodds ....................................................2007-08 Alice Severin.......................................................2009-10 GTE District VI Academic All-America Team Kim Brandl ................................... 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 Claudia Brassard ................................................1998-99 GTE Academic All-America Team Kim Brandl (third team).......................................1996-97 Kim Brandl (second team) ..................................1995-96 Kodak All-America District VII D-dra Rucker .................................. 1999-2000, 2000-01 WBCA All-America District VII Janielle Dodds ....................................................2004-05

Conference Newcomer of the Year Janielle Dodds ....................................................2004-05 Karlin Kennedy ...................................................1996-97 Shasta Smothers-Johnson .................................1992-93 Keena Mays........................................................2012-13

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SMU'S 1,000-POINT CLUB JANIELLE DODDS

1

Post, 2004-2008 1,861 Points

Season 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 TOTALS

G 30 30 30 33 123

FG-FGA 154-374 177-336 173-373 181-369 685-1,452

PCT .412 .527 .464 .491 .472

FT-FTA 114-150 112-148 123-151 129-152 478-601

PCT .760 .757 .815 .849 .795

REB 246 253 226 249 974

PTS 423 466 478 494 1,861

AVG 14.1 15.5 15.9 15.0 15.1

KARLIN KENNEDY

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Forward, 1996-2000 1,785 Points

Season 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Totals

G 30 29 30 31 120

FG-FGA 158-289 192-366 186-352 186-358 722-1,365

PCT .547 .525 .528 .520 .529

FT-FTA 66-85 73-104 112-138 83-112 334-439

PCT .776 .702 .812 .741 .760

REB 218 248 213 267 946

PTS 382 457 484 462 1,785

KERRI DELANEY

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Forward, 1992-96 1,503 Points

Season 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Totals

G 30 27 31 30 118

FG-FGA 144-275 154-300 157-283 137-290 592-1,148

PCT .524 .513 .555 .472 .515

FT-FTA 27-49 87-123 73-106 82-115 269-393

PCT .551 .707 .689 .713 .684

REB 167 207 177 154 705

PTS 318 402 403 380 1,503

SHANELL THOMAS G 26 28 29 30 113

FG-FGA 125-329 163-403 142-354 175-452 605-1,538

PCT .380 .409 .401 .387 .393

FT-FTA 39-64 52-82 67-85 80-114 238-345

PCT .609 .634 .788 .702 .690

REB 135 146 161 179 621

PTS 293 391 356 440 1,480

KIM BRANDL G 31 29 30 90

FG-FGA 174-398 144-353 173-402 491-1,153

PCT .437 .408 .430 .426

FT-FTA 137-163 132-164 104-117 373-444

PCT .840 .805 .889 .840

AVG 11.3 14.0 12.3 14.7 13.1

5

Forward, 1994-97 1,458 Points

Season 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Totals

AVG 10.6 14.9 13.0 12.7 12.7

4

Forward, 1989-93 1,480 Points

Season 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 Totals

AVG 12.7 15.8 16.1 14.9 14.9

REB 176 177 156 509

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PTS 500 465 493 1,458

AVG 16.1 16.0 16.4 16.2

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Guard, 2007-09 1,455 Points

Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009--10 Totals

G 30 33 32 31 126

FG-FGA 83-257 100-275 176-424 159-465 518-1421

PCT .323 .364 .415 .342 .365

FT-FTA 53-71 76-103 78-120 96-143 303-437

PCT .746 .738 .650 .671 .693

REB 142 131 219 194 677

PTS 243 287 470 455 1455

AVG 8.1 8.7 14.7 14.7 11.5

SHASTA SMOTHERS-JOHNSON

7

Forward, 1983-87 1,426 Points

Season 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1986-87 Totals

G 27 18 27 27 99

FG-FGA 159-312 108-215 188-395 148-322 603-1,244

PCT .509 .502 .476 .459 .485

FT-FTA 55-102 39-79 88-141 38-84 220-406

PCT .539 .494 .624 .452 .542

REB 230 148 310 245 933

PTS 373 255 464 334 1,426

AVG 13.8 14.2 17.2 12.3 14.4

CLAUDIA BRASSARD

8

Forward, 1995-99 1,358 Points

Season 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 Totals

G 30 30 29 31 120

FG-FGA 83-159 148-331 118-291 182-386 531-1,167

PCT .522 .447 .405 .472 .455

FT-FTA 52-96 85-138 72-113 76-114 285-461

PCT .542 .616 .637 .667 .618

REB 130 213 230 241 814

PTS 219 383 309 447 1,358

JENNIFER MCLAUGHLIN

9

Guard, 1993-96 1,353 Points

Season 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Totals

G 27 31 28 86

FG-FGA 166-356 211-436 136-312 513-1,104

PCT .466 .484 .436 .465

FT-FTA 108-139 113-141 99-117 320-397

PCT .777 .801 .846 .806

REB 138 168 137 443

PTS 445 537 371 1,353

CAROL BLAUVELT

G 27 29 33 28 117

FG-FGA 182-349 173-376 189-414 44-149 588-1,288

PCT .521 .460 .457 .295 .457

FT-FTA 42-58 41-51 54-69 16-29 153-207

PCT .724 .804 .783 .551 .739

REB n/a 157 118 55 n/a

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AVG 16.5 17.3 13.3 15.7

10

Guard, 1978-82 1,329 Points

Season 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Totals

AVG 7.3 12.8 10.7 14.4 11.3

PTS 406 387 432 104 1,329

AVG 15.1 13.3 13.0 3.7 11.4

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Post, 1992-96 1,280 Points

Season 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Totals

G 30 12 31 30 108

FG-FGA 135-234 43-85 178-358 141-296 337-664

PCT .577 .506 .497 .476 .508

FT-FTA 99-118 15-20 79-98 87-109 280-340

PCT .839 .750 .806 .798 .823

REB 216 71 254 240 797

PTS 370 101 437 371 1,280

DELISHA WILLS G 30 31 29 27 117

FG-FGA 104-220 133-276 135-273 96-214 468-983

PCT .473 .482 .495 .449 .476

FT-FTA 73-101 109-145 62-88 80-97 324-431

PCT .723 .752 .705 .825 .752

REB 183 159 158 130 630

PTS 281 375 332 272 1,260

ANDREA COSSEY

G 29 27 31 28 125

FG-FGA 80-222 112-325 121-365 84-243 397-1,155

PCT .360 .345 .332 .346 .343

FT-FTA 52-66 49-61 50-61 25-31 176-218

PCT .788 .803 .820 .806 .807

REB 94 81 105 73 353

PTS 265 341 360 240 1,206

JILLIAN SAMUELS G 30 33 32 31 126

FG-FGA 82-233 103-268 84-261 106-292 375-1054

PCT .352 .384 .322 .363 .356

FT-FTA 33-42 44-49 33-42 84-97 194-230

PCT .786 .898 .786 .866 .843

REB 44 68 69 64 245

PTS 248 322 260 358 1158

CHRISTINE ELLIOTT G 32 30 29 30 121

FG-FGA 113-214 128-252 123-229 99-200 463-895

PCT .528 .508 .537 .495 .517

FT-FTA 73-112 72-117 59-88 37-63 241-380

PCT .652 .615 .670 .587 .634

REB 224 245 213 204 886

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AVG 8.3 9.8 8.1 11.5 9.4

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Post, 2008-12 1,167 Points

Season 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

AVG 9.1 12.6 11.6 8.6 9.6

14

Guard, 2006-10 1,188 Points

Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

AVG 9.4 12.1 11.4 10.1 10.8

13

Guard, 2000-04 1,206 Points

Season 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 Totals

AVG 12.3 8.4 14.1 12.4 11.9

12

Post, 1992-96 1,280 Points

Season 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 Totals

MEDIA

PTS 299 328 305 235 1167

AVG 9.3 10.9 10.5 7.8 9.6

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Forward, 1979-83 1,156 Points

Season 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 Totals

G 28 33 32 27 120

FG-FGA 104-190 129-285 82-218 103-230 418-923

PCT .547 .453 .376 .447 .453

FT-FTA 94-107 108-132 66-85 32-54 300-378

PCT .878 .818 .777 .593 .794

REB 215 167 126 116 624

PTS 302 366 230 238 1,156

MISSY PARKER G 26 28 29 29 112

FG-FGA 97-279 94-236 117-261 81-219 389-995

PCT .348 .400 .448 .370 .391

FT-FTA 83-121 52-88 73-109 78-112 286-430

PCT .686 .591 .670 .696 .665

REB 115 123 102 111 451

PTS 280 256 340 261 1,137

ALISHA FILMORE G 31 29 31 31 122

FG-FGA 35-111 84-203 108-297 132-347 359-958

PCT .315 .414 .364 .380 .375

FT-FTA 40-50 43-60 68-87 78-99 229-296

PCT .800 .717 .782 .788 .774

AVG 10.8 9.1 11.7 9.0 10.2

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Guard, 2009-13 1,061 Points

Season 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 TOTALS

AVG 10.8 11.0 7.2 8.8 9.6

17

Forward, 1989-93 1,137 Points

Season 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 Totals

MEDIA

REB 58 90 102 106 356

PTS 115 241 317 388 1061

SARAH DAVIS

AVG 3.7 8.3 10.2 12.5 8.7

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Forward, 2002-06 1,042 Points

Season

G

FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB

PTS

AVG

2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 TOTALS

29 30 28 27 114

107-244 106-303 96-237 78-198 387-982

.439 .350 .405 .394 .394

45-58 41-55 30-36 25-34 141-183

.776 .745 .833 .735 .770

184 214 183 153 734

289 290 254 209 1,042

10.0 9.7 9.1 7.7 9.1

SUZANNE MCANALLY

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Guard, 1988-92 1,022 Points

Season 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 Totals

G 25 26 28 29 108

FG-FGA 48-135 138-380 108-289 83-242 377-1,046

PCT .356 .363 .301 .343 .360

FT-FTA 10-18 54-65 20-30 60-81 144-194

PCT .556 .831 .667 .741 .742

REB 48 116 127 107 398

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AVG 5.4 14.3 9.9 8.3 9.5

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LETTERWINNERS A

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G

Alexander, Kaci.........................................2000-03

Calvert, Anika .......................................1998-2001

Gasperson, Joanna .......................................1986

Allen, Brittani ............................................2008-09

Campbell, Catherine .................................2007-08

Gaston, Jan ..............................................1978-79

Anderson, Karen............................................1977

Cantoni, Karen..........................................1984-87

Gates, Elbie ..............................................2006-09

Askew, Kristin ...........................................2012-13

Carroll, Chris.............................................1978-80

Gilliam, Brittany ........................................2007-10

Asquith, Tami .................................................1999

Christian, Raquel ......................................2009-11

Gilmore, Courtney ................................1999-2000

Cobb, Katy ................................................2005-08

Gleason, Mary ..........................................1992-95

Cole, Kenzie ..................................................2007

Glover, Tyesha..........................................2001-02

Bailey, Lori ................................................1977-78

Cole, Lisa..................................................1988-89

Greenard, Joslyn ...........................................2005

Baker, Korina ................................................ 2013

Colli, Jennifer .................................................2006

Gribnitz, Janet ..........................................1990-91

Baldwin, Teri .............................................1977-80

Colli, Juli ........................................................2006

Gross, Katie ....................................2004-06, 2008

Barber, Melissa .........................................1994-98

Connolly, Kathleen....................................1977-79

Grossfeld, Adelheid .......................................1991

Barker, Brittany .........................................2005-07

Cossey, Andrea ........................................2001-04

Guziec, Andrea .........................................1991-94

Barnette, Barbara .....................................1977-80

Croan, Carrie ............................................1977-79

Bartley, Diana ...........................................1982-85

Crooks, Angela .................................. 1985-86, '88

H

Bell, Farrin .....................................................2013

Cruse, Tiara ...................................................2002

Hardy, Brittney ...............................................2012

B

Bentley, Gwen ...............................................1978

Harris, Fiona .............................................1997-98

Berend, Kasie .................................1995-96, 1998

D

Bergmann, Rhynette......................................1977

Dale, Cathy ....................................................1977

Harvey, Lynn ..................................................1987

Blair, Karen ...............................................1996-99

Dark, Lisa .................................................1989-90

Hayles, Coffy ..................................1992, 1994-95

Blauvelt, Carol ..........................................1979-82

Davis, Jasmine ..............................................2010

Hellyer, Joan .............................................1981-82

Blevins, Bobbie ..............................................1980

Davis, Lisa ................................................1980-83

Helm, Geri ................................................1979-82

Bluitt, Felicia ........................................1986, 1988

Davis, Sarah .............................................2003-06

Hill, LaShandra .........................................2008-09

Boniol, Jennifer ..............................................1997

Davis, Sheila.............................................1985-86

Hives-McCray, Destynee ..........................2012-13

Bonny, Leslie ............................................1983-86

Day, Haley ................................................2008-11

Hollis, Tomi ...............................................1983-86

Boucher, Cheryl ........................................1986-89

Delaney, Kerri ...........................................1992-96

Houser, Holly ..................................... 1989-90, '92

Brandenburg, Heidi...................................2009-12

DeMartini, JoAnn ...........................................1984

Brandl, Kim ...............................................1994-97

Derning, Heather ...........................................1986

J

Brassard, Claudia .....................................1996-99

Devine, Alexa............................................1992-96

Jackson, Nia ..................................................2013

Brown, Jackee ..........................................2001-02

Dickerson-Savoy, Sonya ..........................1986-87

Jackson, Tony ...........................................1983-84

Bruggeman, Brenda .................................1991-92

Dodds, Janielle .........................................2005-08

Johnson, Jane ..........................................1977-78

Brungardt, Kim..........................................1992-96

Duff, Kathleen ................................................1977

Johnson, Krystal .......................................2011-13

Bryant, Sheila ...........................................1986-87

Dunn, Nater ...................................................1996

Johnson, Nici ........................................1997-2000

Buggs, Rhonda .........................................1986-87

E

Harvey, Gina .............................................1985-88

Johnson, Stacey ............................................1989 Jones, Angela ...........................................1983-86

Elliott, Christine.........................................2009-12

Junco, Louise ................................................1980

F

K

Farabaugh, Megan ...................................1981-83

Kennedy, Karlin ....................................1997-2000

Farrell, Meredith ............................................1999

Kennedy, Marla..............................................1978

Filmore, Alisha ..........................................2010-13

Krouch, Vanita ..........................................2000-03

Ford, Shawna .................................1993-95, 1997

L

Frazier, Leslie ...........................................1991-94

Lauer, Rochelle..............................................2012 Leet, Jenna ....................................................2004

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MacIntosh, Michelle ..................................1989-92

Samuels, Jillian.........................................2007-10

Tanner, Cristi.............................................1993-94

Mahnesmith, Samantha............................2009-12

Schoemer, Lisa .........................................1989-90

Thomas, Shanell.......................................1990-93

Marrs, Denise ................................................1977

Schofield, Christie.....................................1988-90

Thomas, Vanessa .....................................1996-99

Mays, Keena..................................................2013

Severin, Alice ............................................2007-10

Tiner, Chelsea ...............................................2006

McAnally, Suzanne ...................................1988-92

Severson, Amy .........................................1992-93

Totzke, Barbara ........................................1982-84

McKinney, Sabrina.........................................2012

Shaw, Leann .............................................1983-84

Truchlikova, Kveta ....................................1997-98

McLaughlin, Jennifer ................................1993-96

Shead, Kendall .........................................2003-06

Truskey, Wendy ........................................1979-82

McPeters, Christie ..........................1998, 2000-01

Shell, Morgan ................................................2009

Medford, LaQuenda..................................1990-92

Shelton, Sarah ..........................................2010-11

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Miller, Sue .................................................1981-82

Shepherd, Sharee ....................................2005-08

Vana, Jill ...................................................1992-95

Mills, Melanie ............................................1980-81

Short, Raven.............................................2011-12

Mitcham, Alicia...............................................2009

Simpson, Akil ............................................2011-13

W

Mitchell, Lori ..................................................1996

Simpson, Dedra ........................................1988-89

Walter, Kim ...............................................2003-04

Moreland, Jane ..............................................1977

Singleton, Mallory .....................................2011-13

Walterscheid, Vicki ...................................1991-92

Morris, Claire ............................................1979-82

Smith, LeQuita ..........................................1988-89

Watson, D'Ann ...............................................1994

Smothers-Johnson, Shasta ......................1983-87

White, Kaira ...................................................2004

Starr, Leah ................................................2006-07

Wilkins, Gabrielle ...........................................2013

Nix, Jeannia ..............................................1988-89

Stegall, Dedra ...........................................1985-86

Williams, Lexus..............................................2013

Nowak, Kim ..............................................1979-82

Swinney, Jennifer ..........................................2004

Wills, Delisha ..................................2007-09, 2011

Nygard, Heather .......................................1986-89

Szafranski, Tammy ...................................1993-96

Wilt, Diana ................................................1986-89

N

Wood, Scotti .............................................1984-85

O

Woods, Megan .........................................1996-99

Otis, Bernadette........................................1985-88

Woodard, Brenda ..........................................1982 Wright, Alisa....................................2001, 2003-04

P

Wright, Lisa....................................................1982

Parker, Missy ............................................1990-93 (Year indicates season lettered)

Patton, Kenni ............................................2000-03 Probst, Leah .............................................1987-88

R Ralston, Theresa ......................................1979-82 Ramdhanny, Shanta .................................2001-04 Reed, Sharon ................................................1977 Reescano, Tammy ....................................1987-88 Remke, Katie ........................................1998-2001 Rigg, Jennifer ...........................................1998-99 Roberts, Shonte........................................2002-05 Roden, Laura ............................................1991-92 Rogers, Sharon .............................................1991 Rompola, Rhonda..........................................1982 Rountree, Lesa .........................................1984-85 Rucker, D-dra ...........................................2000-01

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LETTERWINNERS BY STATE & COUNTRY ARIZONA Lauer, Rochelle.................................................................................................Avondale

ARKANSAS Cossey, Andrea ..................................................................................................Prescott Frazier, Leslie ....................................................................................... Mountain Home Kennedy, Karlin ......................................................................................................Mena Mitchell, Lori ...................................................................................................Little Rock Parker, Missy ................................................................................................. Charleston Swinney, Jennifer .................................................................................................Searcy Tanner, Cristi..................................................................................................... Ft. Smith Williams, Lexus................................................................................................Sherwood Wright, Alisa....................................................................................................Greenland

CALIFORNIA Hahesy, Karen ........................................................................................................Aptos

INDIANA Blauvelt, Carol .............................................................................................. Monroeville

KANSAS Bruggeman, Brenda ................................................................................................Hays Elliott, Christine....................................................................................................Wichita

MICHIGAN Blair, Karen .........................................................................................................Augusta

NEW JERSEY Rompola, Rhonda............................................................................................ Sayreville

NEW MEXICO Severson, Amy ......................................................................................................Clovis

OHIO Bonny, Leslie ............................................................................................................Troy

OKLAHOMA Allen, Brittani .................................................................................................... Glenpool Brown, Jackee ....................................................................................................Norman Calvert, Annika ....................................................................................................... Tulsa Guziec, Andrea ........................................................................................ Oklahoma City MacIntosh, Michelle ............................................................................................... Noble Scherer, Heather ............................................................................................ Okmulgee

TEXAS Alexander, Kaci................................................................................................ Carrollton Askew, Kristin ....................................................................................................Arlington Baldwin, Teri ..........................................................................................................Dallas Barker, Brittany ................................................................................................Greenville Bell, Farrin .....................................................................................................Richardson Berend, Kasie .....................................................................................................Graham Boniol, Jennifer .......................................................................................................Irving Brandenburg, Heidi.............................................................................................Garland Brandl, Kim ........................................................................................................Lockhart Brungardt, Kim...............................................................................................Richardson Campbell, Catherine .................................................................................................Katy Christian, Raquel ................................................................................................ Midland Cobb, Katy ........................................................................................................ Rio Vista Cox, Keely ......................................................................................................... Crandall Crooks, Angelia ................................................................................................Longview Dark, Lisa ................................................................................................................Tyler Davis, Sarah ...................................................................................................... Houston Davis, Jasmine ............................................................................................. Duncanville Day, Haley ........................................................................................................ Rockwall Devine, Alexa................................................................................................... Mansfield Duff, Kathleen ........................................................................................................Dallas Dunn, Nater ..........................................................................................................Marion Filmore, Alisha ................................................................................................. Mansfield Ford, Shawna .............................................................................................. Georgetown Gates, Elbie ........................................................................................................Garland Gilliam, Brittany .......................................................................................................Tyler Gilmore, Courtney ..............................................................................................Amarillo Gleason, Mary ................................................................................................... Houston Glover, Tyesha.......................................................................................................Dallas Gross, Katie ...........................................................................................................Austin

Hardy, Brittney .......................................................................................................Frisco Hayles, Coffy .................................................................................................Richardson Hernandez, Kristin ........................................................................................ Duncanville Hill, LaShandra ................................................................................................. Ft. Worth Hives-McCray, Destynee ...................................................................................Arlington Jackson, Nia ...................................................................................................Fort Worth Johnson, Nici ..........................................................................................The Woodlands Johnson, Krystal .................................................................................................Garland Jones, Angela ........................................................................................................Dallas Krouch, Vanita ................................................................................................. Carrollton Mahnesmith, Samantha..................................................................................Kennedale Mays, Keena......................................................................................................Arlington McAnnaly, Suzy .....................................................................................................Austin McKinney, Sabrina..........................................................................................Fort Worth McLaughlin, Jennifer ............................................................................................. Slidell McPeters, Christie ...................................................................................................Paris Medford, LaQuenda...............................................................................................Dallas Mitcham, Alicia.................................................................................................. Mesquite Nix, Jeannie .......................................................................................................... Sudan Patton, Kenni ........................................................................................................Electra Ramdhanny, Shanta ...............................................................................................Irving Remke, Katie ...................................................................................................Colleyville Riley, Kristen..................................................................................................... Mesquite Roberts, Shonte.....................................................................................................Dallas Roden, Laura ....................................................................................................... Godley Rucker, D-dra .................................................................................................. Carrollton Samuels, Jillian................................................................................................. Mesquite Schoemer, Lisa ......................................................................................................Dallas Severin, Alice ...........................................................................................................Allen Shead, Kendall ....................................................................................................DeSoto Shell, Morgan .............................................................................................. Marble Falls Shelton, Sarah ................................................................................................Fort Worth Shepherd, Sharee ............................................................................................. Houston Short, Raven.............................................................................................Flower Mound Simpson, Akil ................................................................................................ Duncanville Singleton, Mallory .....................................................................................Flower Mound Starr, Leah ................................................................................................... Georgetown Szafranski, Tammy ...................................................................................... Georgetown Thomas, Shanell........................................................................................... Duncanville Thomas, Vanessa ..........................................................................................Richardson Tiner, Chelsea .................................................................................................. Rockwall Totzke, Barb...........................................................................................................Dallas Vana, Jill ........................................................................................................Richardson Walter, Kimberlee ..........................................................................................Richardson Walterscheid, Vicki ...........................................................................................Muenster Wilkins, Gabrielle ................................................................................................Garland Wills, Delisha .................................................................................................... Mesquite Zimmerman, Lisa Cole ..........................................................................................Dallas

UTAH Barber, Melissa ..............................................................................................Dutch John

VIRGINIA Cruse, Tiara ..........................................................................................................Vienna Dodds, Janielle .....................................................................................................Fairfax

WASHINGTON Baker, Korina ................................................................................................... Valleyford

INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA

Harris, Fiona ................................................................................................... Townsville

CANADA Asquith, Tami .......................................................................................Hamilton, Ontario Brassard, Claudia ..........................................................................Quebec City, Quebec Delaney, Kerri ......................................................................................Candiac, Quebec Rigg, Jennifer ........................................................................................Toronto, Ontario Woods, Megan ......................................................................................Howick, Quebec

SLOVAKIA Truchlikova, Kveta ...........................................................................................Bratislava

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Holly Houser (1989-92) D'Ann Watson (1994) D-dra Rucker (1999) Sabrina McKinney (2012)

Tammy Reescano (1986-88) Michelle MacIntosh (1989-90) Kveta Truchlikova (1997-98) Shonte Roberts (2002-05) Leah Starr (2006-07)

Gina Harvey (1985-88) Stacy Johnson (1988-89) Missy Parker (1990-93) Jill Vana (1994-95) Jennifer Rigg (1998-99) Jenna Leet (2004) Haley Day (2008-11) Nia Jackson (2013)

Raquel Christian (2009-11)

2 Kaira White (2003-04) Kristin Hernandez (2012)

3 Joanna Gasperson (1985-86) Kendall Shead (2003-06) Brittani Allen (2008-09) Jasmine Davis (2010) Brittney Hardy (2012) Gabrielle Wilkins (2013-Pres)

4 Vanita Krouch (2000-03) Katie Gross (2004-08) Kristin Askew (2012-Pres)

5 Tiara Cruse (2002-03) Sharee Shepherd (2005-06) Delisha Wills (2007-11) Akil Simpson (2012-Pres)

14 Suzanne McAnally (1989-92) Nater Dunn (1996) Fiona Harris (1997-98) Sarah Davis (2003-04) Kenzie Cole (2005-06)

15 Rhonda Buggs (1985-86) Leah Probst (1986-87) Jeannia Nix (1988-89) Laura Roden (1990-92) Melissa Barber (1995-98)

20 Angela Crooks (1985-86, 1988-89) Janet Gribnitz (1990) Shawna Ford (1993-96) Alisa Wright (2001-04) Heidi Brandenburg (2009-12) Farrin Bell (2013)

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Tomi Hollis (1985-86) Cheryl Boucher (1986-87) Christie Scofield (1988-90) Alexa Devine (1993-96) Megan Woods (1997) Anika Calvert (1998-2001) Brittany Gilliam (2007-10) Korina Baker (2013-Pres)

Bernadette Otis (1985-88) Cheryl Boucher (1988-89) Lori Satterfield (1990) Maria Sagbini (1991) Amy Severson (1992-93) Jennifer McLaughlin (1994-96) Jennifer Boniol (1997) Meredith Farrell (1999) Keely Cox (2001-02) Juli Colli (2005-06) Christine Elliott (2009-12)

11 Karen Cantoni (1985-87) Lisa Cole (1988-90) Janet Gribnitz (1991) Mary Gleason (1993-95) Lori Mitchell (1996) Latonya Morris (1999) Chelsea Tiner (2006) LaShandra Hill (2008-09)

12 Sheila Bryant (1985-87) Leah Probst (1988-90) Adelheid Grossfeld (1991) Mary Gleason (1992) Cristi Tanner (1993-95) Karen Blair (1996-99) Katy Cobb (2005-08) Lexus Williams (2013)

22 Dedra Simpson (1988-90) Kim Brandl (1994-96) Megan Woods (1998-99) Shanta Ramdhanny (2001-04) Jennifer Colli (2006) Morgan Shell (2009) Alisha Filmore (2010-13)

25 Felicia Bluitt (1985-86, 1987-88) Leslie Frazier (1991-94) Kristin Riley (1995) Christie McPeters (1997-98, 2000-01)

Janielle Dodds (2004-08) Krystal Johnson (2011-Pres)

30 Shanell Thomas (1990-93) Tyesha Glover (2000-02)

31 Cheryl Boucher (1985-86) Lynn Harvey (1987-88) Nici Johnson (1997-2000) Destynee Hives-McCray (2012-Pres)

32 Diana Wilt (1986-89) Sharon Rogers (1990-91) Jill Vana (1992-93) Kasie Berend (1995-98) Tami Asquith (1999) Kim Walter (2003-04) Joslyn Greenard (2005) Sharee Shepherd (2007-08) Alicia Mitcham (2009) Raven Short (2011-Pres)

33 Sonya Dickerson (1985-86) LeQuinta Smith (1988-89) LaQuenda Medford (1990) Andrea Guziec (1991-94) Claudia Brassard (1995-99) Jackee Brown (2001-02) Lyssa Allen (2003) Samantha Mahnesmith (2009-12) Brittany Hardy (2013-Pres)

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Shasta Smothers-Johnson (1986-87)

Heather Nygard (1985-86) LaQuenda Medford (1991-92) Kaci Alexander (2000-03) Jennifer Swinney (2004)

Coffy Hayles (1992-95) Vanessa Thomas (1996-99) D-dra Rucker (2000-01) Juli Colli (2003-05) Elbie Gates (2006-09) Akil Simpson (2010) Keena Mays (2013-Pres)

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40 Vicki Walterscheid (1991-92) Kim Brungardt (1993-96) Andrea Cossey (2001-04) Alice Severin (2007-10)

41 Lisa Schoemer (1989-90) Jillian Samuels (2007-10)

42 Heather Derning (1985-86) Katie Remke (1998-2001) Sarah Shelton (2010-11) Rochelle Lauer (2012)

44 Leslie Bonny (1985-86) Heather Nygard (1987-89) Kenni Patton (2000-03) Mallory Singleton (2011-Pres)

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(RETIRED FEBRUARY, 2001) Lisa Dark (1989-90) Kerri Delaney (1993-96) Karlin Kennedy (1997-2000)

51 Sarah Davis (2005-06) Catherine Campbell (2007-08)

52 Rhonda Buggs (1986-87) Brittany Barker (2005-06)

54 Courtney Gilmore (1999-2000)

55 Brenda Bruggeman (1990-92) Tammy Szafranski (1993-96) * - All numbers since 1985-86 season

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NCAA Tournament  1st Round

NCAA Tournament  2nd Round

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1997-98

1998-99

NCAA Tournament  2nd Round

NCAA Tournament  1st Round

WAC Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament  2nd Round

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2007-08

WAC Regular Season Champions NCAA Tournament  2nd Round

WNIT  1st Round

C-USA Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament  1st Round

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2009-10

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C-USA Regular Season Champions WNIT  1st Round

WNIT  1st Round

C-USA Regular Season Champions WNIT  1st Round

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SMU ADMINISTRATION R. GERALD TURNER

PAUL ROGERS

PRESIDENT

FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE

President of Southern Methodist University since 1995, R. Gerald Turner is leading an era of unprecedented progress as SMU celebrates the centennial of its founding in 2011 and of its opening in 2015. Under his leadership, two major gifts campaigns have provided funding for 643 new endowed scholarships, 50 new endowed academic positions, 104 academic program endowments and 40 new or renovated facilities. SMU’s current Second Century Campaign has raised $780 million to date, and a new goal of $1 billion has been set. SMU’s progress in recent years includes a near tripling of applications; an increase in student SAT scores to 1302 in fall 2013; an increase in minority enrollment to 25 percent; and a more than doubling of the University endowment in the past 15 years, currently at $1.2 billion. SMU consistently ranks in the top one-fourth of the best national universities as listed in U.S. News & World Report. Working with the SMU Board of Trustees, President Turner led efforts to attract the George W. Bush Presidential Center, which opened on the SMU campus in May 2013. Beyond the campus, Gerald Turner has served on the boards of the American Council on Education and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, and he co-chairs the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. In Texas he serves on the boards of the Methodist Hospital Foundation, the Salvation Army of Dallas, the Dallas Regional Chamber and two publicly traded companies. Before joining SMU, President Turner was the chancellor of the University of Mississippi and served in administrative and teaching positions at the University of Oklahoma and Pepperdine University. A native of New Boston, Texas, he earned a B.S. degree in psychology from Abilene Christian University and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin. He and his wife, Gail, have two married daughters and five grandchildren.

Paul Rogers, professor of law and the former dean of the SMU School of Law, is the University’s faculty athletic representative and helps represent the University with the American Athletic Conference and the NCAA. Rogers currently serves on the NCAA Amateurism Cabinet and is a member of the National Football Foundation’s Awards Committee. He is a former president of the Southwest Conference and also previously served on the NCAA Division I Academics/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet and the Executive Committee of the Division I-A Faculty Athletics Representative Association. In 1988, Rogers was the principal drafter of the University’s Manual of Governance for SMU Athletics and became the first chair of the SMU Athletic Council, which establishes academic and administrative policies for student-athletes at SMU. He continues to serve as a member of the council. Prior to joining the SMU law faculty in 1980, he served on the law faculty at Loyola University of Chicago. He previously practiced law in Pennsylvania. Dean Rogers has two degrees (B.A., J.D.) from the University of Texas at Austin and an LL.M. from Columbia University. Rogers served as dean of the School of Law from 1988-97. Earlier he served as associate dean for academic affairs at the Law School from 1982-86. He has co-authored a leading casebook on antitrust law, now in its fourth edition, and has written numerous articles on antitrust, regulated industries, contracts, commercial law, sports law, and legal history. An avid baseball historian, he has published four books and a number of articles dealing with the history of baseball. He currently serves on the board of the Bobby Bragan Youth Foundation in Ft. Worth, is former president of the board of directors of Dispute Mediation Services and is a former Trustee of the Dallas Bar Foundation. Dean Rogers is a fellow of the Dallas Bar, Texas Bar and the American Bar Foundations. A member of the American Law Institute, he also served as chair of the Ethics Oversight Committee for Dallas 2012 and is president of the Hall-Ruggles Chapter (Dallas-Fort Worth) of the Society of American Baseball Research. Rogers has three daughters, Heather Heck, Jillian Medders, and Ruthie Massey, and two grandsons, Baer Heck and Jonathan Van Auken, and a granddaughter, Bozlie Kate Heck.

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RICK HART DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Rick Hart is in his second year on the Hilltop, having been named SMU's Director of Athletics on July 16, 2012. Hart came to SMU after six years as Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Hart's first year on the Hilltop was a successful one, as SMU won four conference championships and had 10 teams compete in postseason play. SMU also produced 14 All-Americans, four conference players of the year and four league coaches of the year. In the classroom, 186 SMU student-athletes were named to the conference Commissioner's Honor Roll and 29 Mustangs earned Commissioner's Academic Medals. Hart also developed and installed the Strategic Plan for SMU Athletics titled, "The SMU Advantage." The SMU Advantage consists of a departmental vision, mission, values and goals and focuses on a principle of S.P.I.R.I.T. (Service, Passion, Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork). At UTC, Hart transformed the Athletics Department into a model program. During his tenure, the Mocs captured 17 regular season and 22 tournament Southern Conference championships, more than any other SoCon school, and competed in numerous NCAA Championship events. Hart also guided UTC to strong NACDA Learfield Director's Cup finishes, with three of the Mocs' top-5 all-time NACDA Director's Cup finishes coming in his tenure. In addition, UTC captured its first Germann Cup in 2007-08, signifying the best all-around women's sports program in the Southern Conference. In the classroom, Moc student-athletes showed continuous improvement in overall grade point averages and tied the highest semester mark on record in the spring of 2012. In all, over half of the Mocs' student-athletes made the Athletic Director's Honor Roll in each of his last six semesters. Hart made fiscal stewardship a priority upon his arrival, and with his leadership and a commitment from the department as a whole, UTC Athletics made significant strides towards reducing the financial burden on the institution and adherence to university allocated budgets. Hart also focused his attention on strengthening the relationship between UTC and the local community, increasing the department's outreach efforts and cultivating relationships with local and national media. Hart has served as a member of the NCAA Division I Championship/Sports Management Cabinet, the FCS Athletics Directors Association Executive Committee and the NACDA Executive Committee. He has been active in the community and was a sought-

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after speaker among the area's many civic organizations. In addition to his selection as the Grand Marshal of the 2007 Region 4 Special Olympics, Hart was appointed to the Board of Directors with the March of Dimes - River Valley Division, the Greater Chattanooga Sports and Events Committee and the Finley Stadium Corporation. He also served as a member of the Chattanooga Downtown Rotary and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga Leadership Club. Hart arrived on the UTC campus after serving seven years at the University of Oklahoma in various athletics administrative capacities. Hart's career with the Sooners began in 1999 as the Director of Marketing and Licensing. He became Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing in 2001, and developed and implemented marketing campaigns which generated annual ticket revenues in excess of $19.5 million. Hart was promoted to Associate Athletics Director for Program Advancement and Branding in 2003 and Senior Associate Athletics Director in 2006. Hart has also worked in athletics for the University of North Carolina and East Carolina University and has served with the U.S. Olympic Committee. A 1994 graduate of UNC, Hart earned a bachelor's degree in Physical Education, Health and Sport Science. Hart and his wife, Allison, also a graduate of North Carolina, are proud parents of Trevor and Caroline. A third-generation athletics administrator, Hart's father, Dave, currently serves as Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee, and his late grandfather, Dave Sr., served in a variety of roles within collegiate athletics including a stint as the Commissioner of the Southern Conference from 1987-91.

MATT ROBERTS DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Matt Roberts joined the SMU staff as Deputy Director of Athletics in the fall of 2012. Roberts arrived on the Hilltop after eight-plus years at Oklahoma, where he served in a variety of roles, most recently as Associate A.D. for Development. At SMU, Roberts helps administer the day-to-day operations of the entire athletic department and serves as the administrative liaison for the football and men's basketball programs. He is also assisting in the implementation of the departmental strategic plan, and is involved with SMU's community engagement and customer service initiatives. At OU, Roberts' primary responsibility was the overall administration and leadership of the athletics development office, including oversight of the Sooner Club, major gift and endowment programs. Under his guidance, the Sooner Club set all-time highs in annual donations, culminating with $20.2 million in 2011 and a record $21 million in 2012. Membership numbers also hit an all-time high with 10,625 members during 2012. During his time, OU Athletics raised over $41 million in philanthropic gifts to support capital improvements and scholarship endowments. Most recently, Roberts has guided a $75 million capital campaign for the construction of a new athletics dormitory, Headington Hall. Other capital projects of note included the Gregg Wadley Tennis Pavilion, indoor batting cages for baseball and softball, as well as major renovations of McCasland Field House, Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Viersen Gymnastics Center, Charlie Coe Center, and the football and basketball locker rooms. In addition to his development duties, Roberts also served as sport administrator for men's and women's tennis as well as supervisor of the OU Tennis Club and Varsity O Association. Roberts began his time in Norman as the director of marketing, overseeing the staff and all its initiatives, setting attendance records for football and steering the marketing efforts that led to OU women's basketball ranking in the top three in national attendance. Prior to arriving in Norman, Roberts served as assistant director of marketing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From 2001-2003, he coordinated the marketing for men's and women's soccer, women's basketball and men's and women's lacrosse. Before moving to marketing, Matt served one year in the UNC ticket office as the assistant ticket manager. A 1997 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Roberts holds a bachelor's degree in exercise and sports sciences. While at North Carolina, he was a walk-on pitcher for the Tar Heels and finished his college career as an undergraduate assistant coach, working with the Tar Heel pitching staff. He later attended Ohio University and earned a master's of sports administration in 1999. He and his wife, Amanda, were married in June of 2012.

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SMU ADMINISTRATION SMU SENIOR STAFF RICK HART

MONIQUE HOLLAND

Director of Athletics

Senior Associate A.D./Senior Woman Administrator

MATT ROBERTS

KRIS LOWE

Deputy Director of Athletics

Senior Associate A.D./Business & Finance

TOM BUNING

KURT POTTKOTTER

Senior Associate A.D./Facilities, Operations & Project Management

Senior Associate A.D./Development

KYLE CONDER

BRAD SUTTON

Senior Associate A.D./Compliance

Senior Associate A.D./Public Relations & Marketing

KRIS HARRIS

DAVE WOLLMAN

Assistant A.D./Facilities

Head Coach, Track & Field

SMU HEAD COACHES LARRY BROWN

CHRIS PETRUCELLI

Men's Basketball

Women's Soccer

NATALIE BURTON

RHONDA ROMPOLA

Equestrian

Women's Basketball

CATHY CASEY

LISA SEIFERT

Cross Country

Volleyball

STEVE COLLINS

JEANNE SUTHERLAND

Women's Swimming

Women's Golf

JOSH GREGORY

EDDIE SINNOTT

Men's Golf

Men's Swimming

KATI GYULAI

JIM STILLSON

Women's Tennis

Diving

JUNE JONES

DAVE WOLLMAN

Football

Track & Field

TIM MCCLEMENTS

DOUG WRIGHT

Men's Soccer

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MEDIA INFORMATION PRESS CREDENTIALS

PHOTOGRAPHERS

All requests for working press, photo, and broadcast credentials for SMU’s home basketball games should be submitted via email to Travis Chamblee at tchamblee@smu. edu.

All photographers must have proper credentials, worn in plain sight. Photographers from daily newspapers, wire services, major magazines and television stations have priority. Photographers will be allowed to shoot the game from behind the baselines lines in the northeast and southwest quadrants of the court in Moody Coliseum, but not directly underneath the baskets.

All credentials which cannot be mailed should be picked up in the Public Relations Office at the Loyd All-Sports Center or on gameday at the Media Gate located on the southeast corner of Moody Coliseum. The Media Entrance is open 90 minutes before the game.

PARKING Requests for parking passes should be made at the same time as the requests for press credentials. A limited number of spaces are available in the parking garage located on Bush Avenue just southeast of Moody Coliseum.

RADIO & TELEVISION All visiting radio and television stations should coordinate plans through SMU Senior Associate Athletic Director for Public Relations and Marketing Brad Sutton at (214) 768-2883. SMU provides an ISDN and regular phone line for visiting broadcasters.

WORKING AREA Working television and radio crews will be seated courtside. Media seating is located in section 107 along the east baseline.

PRESS ROW SERVICES & WIRELESS ACCESS Live stats, box scores, play-by-play, post-game notes and coaches’ and players’ quotes for SMU will be provided to the media. Moody Coliseum is equipped with wireless internet access. To access the network (SMU1911), open your internet browser and enter your e-mail address in the appropriate field on the SMU homepage.

ATHLETICS PUBLIC RELATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION

INTERVIEWS The SMU locker room will be closed to the media following games. After a brief cooling down period, Coach Rhonda Rompola and selected players will be available. Please make any specific player requests to Public Relations Assistant Director Travis Chamblee. Interviews during the week with Rhonda Rompola or any SMU players should be arranged through the Public Relations Office. It is best to arrange for coach and player interviews at least 24 hours in advance.

TELEPHONES The press row phone number is (214) 768-7742. There is also a phone in the press work area in Moody Coliseum.

PRACTICE ATTENDANCE Most SMU Basketball practices are open, and members of the media are welcome to attend. Please notify the Public Relations Office in advance. Those attending practice are asked to remain off the court, away from the workout. Practice times vary, so please call the Public Relations Office for the daily schedule.

E-MAIL Public Relations Assistant Director Travis Chamblee e-mails press releases to members of the media covering SMU. If you wish to be added to the list, contact him at 214-768-3735 or tchamblee@smu.edu.

TRAVIS CHAMBLEE

Assistant Director of Athletics Public Relations Office: 214-768-3735 Cell: 214-931-1714 Email: tchamblee@smu.edu

ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFORMATION Mailing Address Box 0315 | Dallas, TX 75275-0315 Street Address For Overnighted Materials Loyd All-Sports Center 5800 Ownby Drive | Suite 305 Dallas, TX 75205 Media Relations Office 214-768-2883 Moody Coliseum Press Row 214-768-7742 Basketball Office 214-768-4040 Athletics Website SMUMustangs.com facebook.com/SMUMustangs facebook.com/SMUBasketballW twitter.com/SMUMustangs twitter.com/SMUBasketballW pinterest.com/SMUMustangs youtube.com/SMUMustangsAthletics instagram.com/SMUMustangsAthletics tagboard.com/PonyUp

SMUMUSTANGS.COM & PONYUPTV Media and SMU fans alike can access all the latest information on the SMU women’s basketball team via the internet at www.SMUMustangs.com, the official source for news releases, game notes, photographs, rosters and statistics Live statistics are available via gametracker. All postgame press conferences and highlight packages are posted to SMUMustangs.com/PonyUpTV and the official YouTube account at YouTube.com/SMUMustangsAthletics. For media access to Mustang All-Access, contact Travis Chamblee in the Public Relations Office.

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MEDIA INFORMATION AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS Updated conference women’s basketball statistics, as well as releases for all sports sponsored by the league, can be obtained by accessing the league’s internet site at www. TheAmerican.org.

IMPORTANT LOCATIONS Media Workroom - Located on the concourse level of Moody Coliseum in the east hallway, behind sections 108-109. Writers are encouraged to file their stories from the media workroom following games. Press Seating - Located in section 107 on the floor along the east baseline.

MUSTANG RADIO NETWORK The Mustang Radio Network will broadcast the SMU women’s basketball games in the Dallas-Fort Worth area this year on KAAM (770 AM). Scott Garner will provide the playby-play action.

PRIMARY SMU MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT Dallas Morning News Bob Yates, Executive Sports Editor Garry Leavell, Sports Editor Keith Campbell, Colleges Editor Bill Nichols, SMU Beat brnichols@dallasnews.com Daily Campus

214-977-8444 214-977-8260 214-977-8987 214-977-7896 214-977-8032

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE INFORMATION 15 Park Row West Providence, RI 02903 www.TheAmerican.org Megan Erbes Communications Assistant Women's Basketball Contact Office: 401.453.0660 merbes@theamerican.org

Visitor’s Locker Room - Located on the event level of Moody Coliseum in the north hallway. SMU Locker Room - Located on the lower level of the Crum Basketball Center, east of Moody Coliseum. Ticket Office - Located at the main entrance on the west side of Moody Coliseum, across from section 101 on the concourse level. Media Will Call/Pass Gate - Located on the concourse level of Moody Coliseum at the southwest entrance of the building near sections 110-111.

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214-768-1516

WIRE SERVICE Associated Press Sports

972-991-2100

WEBSITES PonyFans.com Steve Lansdale, Editor PonyPride.com Sam Erwin, Editor PonyStampede.com EJ Holland, Editor

editor@ponyfans.com samuel.b.erwin@gmail.com eholland@smu.edu

RADIO KESN (103.3 FM) WBAP (820 AM) KRLD (1080 AM) KTCK (1310 AM)

817-640-3971 817-695-1820 214-443-6400 214-526-7400

TELEVISION Fox Sports Southwest KDFW (FOX-4) KXAS (NBC-5) WFAA (ABC-8) KTVT (CBS-11) KTXA (IND-21) KDAF (CW-33) KFWD (IND-52)

972-868-1436 214-720-3158 817-654-6465 214-748-9631 817-586-7441 817-451-1111 214-252-3334 214-977-6780

DIRECTIONS TO MOODY COLISEUM From DFW Airport Take the south exit from the airport to State Hwy. 183 East. State Hwy. 183 turns into I-35E South. Take I-35E South down to I-30 East (left). Off of I-30 East take U.S. Hwy. 75 North and take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (left) on Mockingbird Lane and turn left on Bush Avenue. From Dallas Love Field Airport Exit from the Airport to Mockingbird Lane. Go east on Mockingbird Lane and turn left on Bush Avenue. From I-35E (North of Dallas) Go south on I-35E to I-635 (LBJ Freeway). Go east on I-635 to U.S. Hwy. 75 South (right). Take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (right) on Mockingbird Lane and turn right on Bush Avenue. From I-35E (South of Dallas) Go north on I-35E to I-30. Go east on I-30 to U.S. Hwy. 75 North (left). Take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (left) on Mockingbird Lane and turn right on Bush Avenue.

From U.S. Hwy. 75 (North of Dallas) Go south on U.S. Hwy. 75. Take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (right) on Mockingbird Lane and turn right on Bush Avenue. From U.S. Hwy. 75/I-45 (South of Dallas) Go north on U.S. Hwy. 75. Take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (left) on Mockingbird Lane and turn right on Bush Avenue. From I-30 Go north on U.S. Hwy. 75. Take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (left) on Mockingbird Lane and turn right on Bush Avenue. From I-20 Go north on I-45. I-45 turns into U.S. Hwy. 75. Continue north on U.S. Hwy. 75. Take the Mockingbird Lane exit. Head west (left) on Mockingbird Lane and turn right on Bush Avenue.

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SMUMUSTANGS.COM THE OFFICIAL SITE OF SMU ATHLETICS SMUMustangs.com, the official site of the SMU Athletics Department, supplies Mustang fans across the country and around the world with the latest news and features on SMU football. The site provides the latest press releases, rosters, bios, schedules, team statistics, game notes, quotes, player journals, photo galleries, audio and video available to Mustang fans and the media. SMUMustangs.com also provides coach and player quotes, photos, video and audio clips and the latest weekly notes from SMU Athletic Public Relations in advance of the game. On game day, live statistics and Mustang Sports Network radio broadcasts are available online with recaps, statistics, notes, quotes and photos following shortly after the game. The premium content PonyUp TV at SMUMustangs.com provides even greater access to the Mustangs for SMU fans. Part of SMU's MustangVision Productions, PonyUp TV will air over 100 SMU athletic events LIVE on the internet during the year.

BIOS & STATISTICS

GAMEDAY INFORMATION

ONLINE TICKETING

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SMUMustangs.com provides the latest game, season and career statistics for every Mustang player. Fans can also view updated information on SMU coaches and support staff.

SMUMustangs.com has the latest details for fans attending the game. Ticket & parking options, entrance regulations, coliseum policies, gameday events and more can all be found on the site.

Mustang fans can purchase tickets to all SMU men's basketball games as well as other athletic and special events at the virtual branch of the Mustang Ticket Office at SMUMustangs.com/Tickets.

SMU apparel and memorabilia can be purchased online. Mustang fans have a choice of anything and everything that is SMU at SMUMustangs.com.

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By becoming a fan of SMU Athletics on Facebook, followers of Mustang teams will have the opportunity to receive score updates, event recaps and notices, video features, special announcements, news on promotions and special ticket offers and much more. The Facebook page is available at Facebook.com/SMU Mustangs. SMU Athletics on Facebook will provide users the opportunity to connect with the athletics program through social networking, while providing a source for public dialogue on topics that are current and relevant. By signing up for the SMU SMS feed, fans can have the updates sent directly to their cell phones. SPORT SMU Athletics Basketball - Men's Basketball - Women's

FACEBOOK PAGE www.facebook.com/SMUMustangs www.facebook.com/SMUBasketball www.facebook.com/SMUBasketballW

Follow the ever growing presence of SMU Athletics on Twitter. Below are links to all the Mustang twitter pages. Follow any of the SMU Athletics Twitter pages is very easy. Just click on any or all of the links below and click on the button in the upper-left hand corner of the page that says “Follow.” This will allow you to instantly access up-to-date news via Twitter. SPORT SMU Athletics Basketball - Men’s Basketball - Men's Basketball - Women’s

TWITTER PAGE www.twitter.com/smumustangs www.twitter.com/SMUBasketball www.twitter.com/LarryBrownSMU www.twitter.com/SMUBasketballW

By becoming a fan of SMU Athletics on Facebook, followers of Mustang teams will have the opportunity to watch the latest SMU videos including game highlights, player highlights, game interviews, weekly press conferences and more. SPORT SMU Athletics

YOUTUBE PAGE www.youtube.com/SMUMustangsAthletics

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KAMY COLE

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AKIL SIMPSON

KORINA BAKER

G • 5-10 • FR-HS Duncanville, Texas

G • 5-9 • SO-TR Brock, Texas

G • 5-9 • SO-1L Garland, Texas

F • 6-0 • SR-3L Duncanville, Texas

G • 5-7 • SR-1L Valleyford, Wash.

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MORGAN BOLTON

KEENA MAYS

KRYSTAL JOHNSON

DESTYNEE HIVES-MCCRAY

G • 5-6 • SO-TR Duncanville, Texas

G • 5-7 • SR-1L Arlington, Texas

G • 5-5 • SR-3L Garland, Texas

F • 6-0 • JR-2L Arlington, Texas

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BRITTNEY HARDY

MALLORY SINGLETON

G • 5-11 • RS-JR-2L Flower Mound, Texas

F • 6-2 • RS-SO-1L Frisco, Texas

P • 6-2 • SR-3L Flower Mound, Texas

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Grambling TCU at Eastern Washington Miss Valley State at Stephen F. Austin Lamar

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Curtis Culwell Center Curtis Culwell Center Cheney, Wash. Curtis Culwell Center Nacogdoches, Texas Curtis Culwell Center

Southeastern Louisiana Curtis Culwell Center at UTEP El Paso, Texas at North Texas Denton, Texas at Louisville* (TV: ESPNU) Louisville, Ky. at Cincinnati* Cincinnati, Ohio USF* Moody Coliseum Memphis* Moody Coliseum at Rutgers* Piscataway, N.J. at Temple* Philadelphia, Pa. Louisville* (TV: ESPNU) Moody Coliseum at Houston* Houston, Texas Cincinnati* Moody Coliseum Temple* Moody Coliseum at Connecticut* Storrs, Conn. Rutgers* Moody Coliseum at UCF* Orlando, Fla. Houston* Moody Coliseum at Memphis* Memphis, Tenn. Connecticut* Moody Coliseum at USF* Tampla, Fla. UCF* Moody Coliseum American Athletic Conference Tournament (Uncasville, Conn.) All home games in bold; * American opponent; All dates and times (CT) subject to change.

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