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Welcome... Welcome to this athletic season at Tiffin University. I invite you to watch and cheer for all of our women’s and men’s teams. Intercollegiate athletics play an important role at Tiffin University. The students who participate develop life-long friendships and learn leadership and teamwork skills, how to set goals and work hard to achieve those goals, how to deal with adversity, the importance of persistence, sportsmanship, and physical fitness, and other skills and abilities that contribute to satisfying and productive lives and careers. Our athletic program also provides visibility and name recognition for TU, helps develop a sense of excitement, morale and school spirit on campus, and provides opportunities for students, employees, alumni, and supporters to unite behind a common goal. We are especially proud of the high standards of conduct displayed by our coaches and players on and off the field. Paul Marion, Ph. D. At Tiffin University, our students endeavour to excel in both the classroom and the athletic arena. Our athletic programs have enjoyed tremendous success in recent years with conference championships, teams being nationally ranked and challenging at national tournaments. There have been numerous individual accolades including All-Americans, and it is no small accomplishment that in the past few years we have set new standards of excellence with our individual and team academic achievements. We expect our student-athletes to be just as successful in the classroom. A recent self study conducted by the university indicated that, of all the athletes who completed their eligibility at Tiffin University in the last five years, 95% of those athletes graduated. While many colleges would be ecstatic with these results, we will never be content until it is 100%. We are proud of our rich history and look forward to setting new milestones as we enter the NCAA Division II playing field and the highly competitive Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. We are proud of our athletes and what they have accomplished. They have been the force behind the winning tradition that has been established, and I am confident the future will also be highly successful for Tiffin University athletics. - Lonny Allen Athletic Director

Tiffin University Athletic Department Lonny Allen...Athletic Director, Head Baseball Coach Pam Oswald...SWA, Head Women’s Basketball Coach John Hill...Head Coach - Men’s Basketball Darby Roggow...Asst. Ath. Dir., Head Men’s Golf Coach Dana Cordova...Head Volleyball, Women’s Golf Coach Jeremy Croy... Asst. Ath. Dir., Head Track Coach Gary Goff..Head Football Coach Kelly Daniel...Dir. of Compliance and Ath. Services Shane O’Donnell..Sports Information Director Vickie Galaska...Office Manager Ron Martin...Head Cross Country Coach Rudy Brownell...Head Men’s Soccer Coach Jacqueline Crytzer....Athletic Trainer Mike Herdlick...Faculty Athletic Representative It is the policy of Tiffin University that any illegal recruiting activities as determined by the NCAA Division II policy is strictly prohibited by all members of the institution including but not limited to: boosters, coaches, athletic support staff, and student-athletes. It is also the policy of this institution that all coaches (and boosters) involved with recruiting will participate in annual continuing education regarding NCAA and conference recruiting rules and the intent of these rules. A continual monitoring system performed by university members who are not affiliated with the athletic program as to the actual extent of compliance with institutional recruiting policies and procedures will be conducted.

Phil Conley...Head Tennis Coach Paula Fantini...Head Women’s Soccer Coach Julie Vogel...Equestrian Coach Colleen Dixon...Women’s Lacrosse Coach Joey Simcoe...Head Wrestling Coach Krista Swanagan...Retention Coordinator Office phone - 419-448-3453 Location - Gillmor Student Center Mailing Address - 155 Miami St. Tiffin, Ohio 44883 FAX - 419-443-5007

10-11 FACULTY SPORT SPONSORS Football - Michael Lewis Volleyball - Bonnie Tiell Men’s Basketball - Kellie McGilvray Women’s Basketball - Tim Schultz Men’s Soccer - Becky Fox Women’s Soccer - Erin Dean and Sharon Perry-Nause Men’s Golf - Amir Soas Women’s Golf - Jan Samoriski Men’s Tennis - Terry Sullivan Women’s Tennis - James Padilla Men’s TK & CC - Vinnie Gajjala Women’s TK & CC - Vicki Ingalls Baseball - Scott Blough & Gene Chintala Softball - Danielle Foster Equestrian - Phyllis Watts Women’s Lacrosse - Jaimie Orr Wrestling - Pat McLeod

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The basic rationale manifested by the existence of Tiffin University is that of the American dream. Tiffin is a place where the work ethic of the American heartland is evident and where there is truly value added for students. Tiffin will continue to provide access and opportunity for individuals and facilitate their preparation for successful careers and for productive and satisfying lives. Tiffin University continues to represent a new kind of institution in America, the professional university, where the career objectives of traditional collegeage students and adult students are optimized through professionally-focused undergraduate and graduate programs that have a broad general education foundation. This fundamental institutional strategy is the vision for Tiffin University’s future. Visit our website www.tiffin.edu for information on our majors, faculty, athletics, student life programs and much more. The Mission of Tiffin University is to: • offer quality, professionally-focused, learning-centered undergraduate and graduate degree programs and life-long learning opportunities to prepare traditional college-age students and adult students for successful careers and for productive and satisfying lives of excellence, leadership, and service. • work with employers and specific professions to anticipate, design, and deliver effective academic programs that reflect evolving professional needs and intellectual requirements of the future. Intercollegiate Athletics Sports of all kinds are an integral part of Tiffin University’s atmosphere. Our students express the same spirit and enthusiasm in athletic competition as they do in the classroom. Women’s Men’s Co-Educational Soccer Track and Field Equestrian Volleyball Football Basketball Basketball Softball Baseball Tennis Tennis Cross Country Golf Track and Field Cross Country Golf Soccer Lacrosse Wrestling


2011-12 Season Preview The 2010-2011 Tiffin University Women’s basketball team enjoyed a breakthrough year, posting a 15-12 record (their best mark in nearly 15 years) and qualifying for the GLIAC tournament for the first time in school history. As exciting as the year was, the Dragons know it could have been even better, as they dropped 5 games by fewer than 7 points. The Dragons enter the 2011-12 season with the confidence of knowing what they accomplished last season. They also did not graduate a single player, returning 10 letterwinners and all five starters to a squad that is now loaded with experience and hungry to take the team to the next level. Leading the charge for the Dragons is two-time First Team All-GLIAC standout Mandy Jaeb, who averaged 14.6 ppg and 4.6 rpg while also finishing last season with 1211 career points, fifth in Tiffin history. Jaeb, who was also among GLIAC leaders in steals, was also named to the All-Defensive team for the second year in a row. Jaeb finished sixth in overall scoring in the conference while also placing second in free throw percentage. She currently is TU’s all-time leader in free throw percentage and is third in career free throws made entering her senior season. Also back is Second Team selections Karli Mast and Jessica Harris. Harris was fifth in overall rebounding in the GLIAC with 8.1 rpg while also averaging 9.4 ppg. Harris also currently is third in TU history in career rebounds per game with a 8.3 per game average. Mast was second on the team with a 12.6 ppg average. She led the team with 50 three pointers. Her 50 treys were the fourth highest total in single season school history. Other key returners for the Dragons include Holly Focke (6.1 ppg, 4.9 rpg), Jennifer Johnston (6 ppg), Amanda Baute (6 ppg, 5.3 rpg), Melissa Gilliland (4 ppg), and Steph Kelly (3 ppg). Mary Kate Campbell (6-1, 19 games) and Jillian Adams (5-9, 26 games) also return in the post after gaining much experience in their debut seasons. The Dragons also look to utilize two new additions, guard Deidra Brown (Wilberforce University) and Jessica Korzelius (Sanata Ana CC), adding depth at the wing and the post.


No. 3 4 10 11 12 21 23 24 33 40 42 52 54

Name Deidra Brown Stephanie Kelly Holly Focke Mandy Jaeb Karli Mast Amanda Baute Melissa Gilliland Mary Kate Campbell Jennifer Johnston Jessica Harris Jillian Adams Jessika Korzelius Erica Mathis

Year JR JR SR SR JR SO JR SO SR JR SO JR SO

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

Ht. 5-9 5-3 5-7 5-3 5-6 5-10 5-5 6-1 5-7 6-1 5-9 6-0 5-11

Pam Oswald - Head Coach - 5th season Kylene Spiegel - Assistant Coach - 3rd season James Bell - Assistant Coach - 1st season

Hometown Middletown OH Metamora MI Cincinnati OH Louisville OH Berlin OH Cincinnati OH Columbus OH Columbus OH Clarkston MI Logan OH Springfield OH Long Beach CA Cincinnati OH

Last School Wilberforce Univ. Powers HS Colerain HS Louisville HS Hiland HS Oak Hills HS Bishop Watterson HS Bishop Watterson HS Clarkston HS Logan HS Northeastern HS Santa Ana CC Northwest HS


pam OSWALD 5th season

head coach

Berlin, Ohio

Malone ‘95

P Oswald is entering her fifth season as the head coach of the Dragons women’s basketPam bball team for the upcoming 2011-12 season. O Oswald led Tiffin University to a 15-12 overall record and 9-10 record in the Great Lakes In Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in the 2010-11 season. The Dragons reached a number oof firsts as a team during the season. TU began the season with the best start in program hhistory with a 5-0 record, finishing the season with the best record (15-12) since 1995 and aalso recorded the fewest turnovers in a season with 347. The Dragons led the GLIAC in ssteals per game with 10 per outing and in turnover margin (+7.19), while ranking second in scoring defense. It was also the first season in which Tiffin University defeated Ashland, F Findlay, Hillsdale and Northern Michigan since joining the GLIAC.Mandy Jaeb earned her second consecutive First Team All-GLIAC honor while teammates Karli Mast and Jessica Harris were named Second Team selections. During the 2009-10 season Tiffin posted a 7-20 record but proved much more competitive than the previous season, dropping 8 of those games by 9 points or less. The team posted a 4-18 mark in conference play, with most of those close losses coming against GLIAC opponents. In three years as an assistant coach at Wheeling Jesuit University, she helped the Cardinals compile an impressive 67-26 record with two back to back seasons of 20 plus wins. Oswald’s contributions at Wheeling Jesuit saw the Cardinals post their most wins since 1992-93 (27), and advance to the NCAA Tournament twice, a first in the program’s history. They also captured the 2005 West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship. During the 2005-06 season Oswald stepped in as interim head coach for ten games, racking up an impressive 9-1 record during WVIAC play. Under Oswald’s tutelage six players were selected as All-WVIAC honorees. Prior to joining the Cardinals, Oswald spent three seasons (2001-2004) as an assistant coach at Kent State University. During her time at Kent State she worked with both guards and post players (developing two All-MAC selection post players). While at Kent State the Golden Flashes were the 2002 Mid-American Conference regular season and tournament champions, participating in the NCAA tournament in 2002 & the WNIT in 2004. A native of Berlin, OH Oswald joined the Flashes after spending 2 seasons as an assistant at her alma mater Berlin-Hiland High School, where she helped coach them to a 28-0 record and a Division IV State Championship in 2000. A 1995 graduate of Malone University in Canton, OH, Oswald was inducted into the Malone Athletic Hall of Fame in January of 2006 with a career total of 1,681 points and 1,127 rebounds. Oswald holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications/Broadcast from Malone University. Oswald is also a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.


kylene SPIEGEL 3rd season

assistant coach

Morenci MI

Tiffin ‘09

K Kylene Spiegel has been promoted to full time assistant in her third season with the Dragons. Spiegel’s main responsibilities with the program include her role th aas recruiting coordinator and the coaching of Tiffin University’s perimeter players. e The TU graduate oversees fundraising, community service and public relations t for the program. Spiegel also helps out with the monitoring of the team’s academic a performance. Spiegel S graduated from Tiffin University in 2009 after a four-year career that ssaw her earn All-Conference and All-Independent honors while finishing with 11105 points. She holds TU career records for assists with 468, good for a 4.4 per ggame average. She also holds the single season record with 143 assists. She has a degree in Sports Management and obtained her masters degree in Business Leadership in the spring of 2011. Spiegel is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.

james BELL 1st season

assistant coach

Rossford, Ohio

Tiffin ‘11

JJames Bell enters his first year coaching for the Dragons. His responsibilities include in working with the post players, as well as team travel, film exchange and a monitoring the academic progress of the student athletes. James J most recently competed with the Dragons golf team, earning AllConference C honors during his senior season while lettering two years. While at a Rossford High School, he was a four-year letter winner in golf and threeyear y letter winner in basketball, earning Second Team All NLL honors in both sports. s He graduated in 2011 with a degree in Sports Management.


holly FOCKE senior

guard/forward

5-7

Cincinnati, Ohio

Colerain

22010-11: (Junior-R) Started in 26 games for the Dragons averaging 28.8 minutes per contest…led the team in assists (83), was third on the team in rebounds averaging 4.9, and was fourth in scoring (6.1)… te sscored her season high of 15 points in a win against Michigan Tech to go along with 5 rebounds and 3 aassists…led the team in assists on 11 different occasions including her season high of 7 against Grand Valley…had 8 points and led the team in both rebounding and assists in a win against Ferris State… V hhad 3 or more assists in 15 different games including an 11 point, 4 rebound, 6 assist showing against Alderson-Broaddus…was 12th in the GLIAC in assists and 3rd in assist to turnover ratio…Captured A the Charge Award at the annual team banquet by taking 12 charges on the season…Was a GLIAC Allth Academic selection for having a GPA above A a 3.0. 2009-10: (Junior) Redshirted due to injury. 2008-09: (Sophomore) Averaged 6.6 points and 6 rebounds per game . . . Scored in double-figures four times and grabbed 10 or more boards on three different occasions . . . Scored a career high 18 points, on 4 of 7 shooting from the floor, to go along with 3 rebounds and 2 assists in a win over Wayne State . . . Dished out 3 or more assists on 15 different occasions, with a season high 6 vs Gannon . . . Racked up 15 points and grabbed 5 boards with 2 blocks and 2 steals versus Northern Michigan . . . Recorded a double-double in a win over Saginaw Valley with 12 points and 11 boards . . . Shot 50% or better from the floor on 7 different occasions . . . Led the team in charges taken with 13 and was awarded the Charge Award at the annual team banquet. 2007-08: (Freshman) Played in all 27 games with 20 starts . . . Averaged 26 minutes per game . . . Averaged 4.7 points and 4 rebounds per game while shooting 29 percent from behind the arc . . . Scored seven points on six different occasions . . . Grabbed four rebounds or more in 10 games . . . Grabbed a career high 10 rebounds in a win over Oakland City . . . Recorded a season high 15 points, on 3 of 5 shooting from three-point range and 4 of 4 from the charity stripe, to go along with 4 rebounds in a home win vs Oakland City . . . career highs Dished out five assists along with 6 points and 4 rebounds Points: 18 versus Wayne State and Mercyhurst . . . Netted 10 points Wayne State (1/29/09) and five rebounds against Indianapolis

Rebounds: 11 Saginaw Valley (2/14/09) Ashland (1/3/09) Assists: 7 Grand Valley (12/4/10)

Pre-Tiffin Career: Attended Colerain High School where she was coached by Nikki Drew . . . Earned Second Team All City, Third Team Southwest Ohio and First Team All-GMC her senior year . . . Was a Third Team All-Southwestern Ohio honoree . . . Was a Coaches Association All Star Team honoree . . . Averaged 16.8 points per game in her career . . . Holds the single season assist record (147) and is the All-Time career leader at Colerain with 330 assists.

Personal: Daughter of Tom and Amy Focke . . . has a sister, Julie, and a brother, Corey. . . . . Graduated with a Steals: 5 degree in Hospitality Management…now studying Marketing Ohio Dominican (2/26/11) GP-GS

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2007-08

27-20

710- 26.3

43-121

0.355

13-44

0.295

28-43

0.651

34

73

107

4

39

1

51

37

2

24

127

4.7

2008-09

27-18

780-28.9

60-153

0.392

19-50

0.38

38-51

0.745

42

120

162

6

55

1

75

50

11

34

177

6.6

2010-11

26-26

748-28.8

59-149

0.396

2-9

0.222

38-56

0.679

32

96

128

4.9

53

1

83

46

7

40

158

6.1

Total

80-64

2238-27.9

162-423

0.382

33-103

0.320

104-150

0.693

108

289

397

4.96

147

3

209

133

20

98

462

5.7


jen Johnston senior

guard

5-7

Clarkston, Michigan

Clarkston

22010-11: (Junior) Started 18 games in 24 appearances for the Dragons averaging 25.9 minutes per ggame…averaged 5.9 points per game and was first on the team in 3 point field goal percentage… sscored her career high 23 points on 8-10 shooting from the floor and 7-8 from behind the arc to go aalong with 4 assists and 2 steals…scored in double figures 5 times for the Dragons including her ggame against Grand Valley where she scored 12 points on 4-6 shooting from 3 point range to go along with 3 assists and 2 rebounds… Was a GLIAC All-Academic selection for having a GPA above a 3.0. w 22009-10: (Sophom more) Averaged 6.7 ppoints and 2.2 rebbounds per game … Netted her career high in a loss at Findlay with 16 points while also grabbing 4 rebounds, dishing out 2 assists, and snatching 2 steals all in 31 minutes of play… Scored 11 points in two and a half minutes to help Dragons rebound from a big first half deficit against Findlay… Scored in double figures in 8 games… Had 11 points, 5 assists, 3 steals, and 2 rebounds against Northern Michigan… Led the team in field goal percentage and 3 point field goal percentage… Played in all 27 games with 22 starts averaging 26 minutes a game… Received All GLIAC Academic honors. 2008-09: (Freshman) Averaged 3 points and 1.1 rebounds per game . . . Scored a career-hight 10 points, in 2 of 3 shooting from 3-point range, in a loss on the road to Slippery Rock . . . Netted 8 points and 3 rebounds versus Hillsdale . . . Played in 25 games, averaging 12 minutes per game . . . In a win over Lake Superior scored 7 points, 3 rebounds, and had 2 steals on the night . . . Shot 100% from the floor on two separate occasions. career highs

Points: 23 Mercyhurst (11/20/10) Rebounds: 6 Wayne State (2/20/10) Assists: 5 Northern Michigan (2/6/10)

Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 14 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 2 steals per game her last year at Clarkston High School . . . Shot 87% from the free throw line . . . Was an OAA Division I First Team selection . . .Was an All-State Honorable Mention honoree . . . Varsity MVP. Personal: Daughter of Phil and Tami Johnston . . . Siblings Phil Jr., Andrew and Chris . . . Majoring in Hospitality

Steals: 4 Management. Ohio Dominican (2/26/11) GP-GS

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2008-09

25-0

299-12.0

30-70

0.429

13-34

0.382

2-4

0.5

14

13

27

1.1

16

0

15

18

0

2

75

3

2009-10

27-22

711-26.3

69-166

0.416

35-89

0.393

9-14

0.643

15

45

60

2.2

24

1

41

26

2

20

182

6.7

2010-11

24-18

621-25.9

52-137

0.380

28-75

0.373

10-16

0.625

19

22

41

1.7

23

0

35

18

2

16

142

5.9

Total

76-40

1631-21.4

151-373

0.404

76-198

0.383

21-34

0.617

48

80

128

1.68

63

1

91

62

4

38

399

5.25


mandy JAEB senior

guard

5-3

Louisville, Ohio

Louisville

2 2010-11: (Junior) Started in all 27 games averaging a team high 32.3 minutes per game…led the team in sc scoring (14.8), steals (49), assists (77), and free throw percentage (85.7%) as well as averaging 4.6 boards per ccontest… had an impressive 27 points, 7 assists, 3 rebounds and 3 steals in a win over Salem International… Eclipsed the 1,000 point mark on a 3-point basket that saw the Dragons defeat GLIAC foe Hillsdale….during E that win Jaeb scored a team high 26 points on 9-12 shooting from the field and going 6-7 from the free throw th line li in 34 minutes of action…scored in double figures in 21 games as well as leading the team in scoring on 1 separate occasions…recorded a double-double in a win against Lake Erie scoring 14 points and grabbing a 11 team te leading and career high 13 rebounds…was 8th in the GLIAC in scoring, 2nd in free throw percentage and 6th 6 in steals…Jaeb currently ranks fifth in All-Time Scoring….Was a First Team All-GLIAC selection for the second se straight season….was also named to the GLIAC All-Defensive Team for the second straight season…Garnered GLIAC se Player of the Week honors on three P separate occasions during the 2010-11 se season….Was selected as a GLIAC Allse Academic Excellence selection for a GPA of 3.5 and higher….Received the Dragon Award at the team banquet for the second straight year. 2009-2010: (Sophomore) Started in all 27 games averaging a league best 35.8 minutes per game… Averaged 19.5 points per game and 4.7 rebounds per game… Had a staggering 35 points, 4 assists, and 2 rebounds on 10-of-21 shooting from the field and 10-10 from the free throw line in a road win at Saginaw Valley… Scored in double digits in 23 games and had 20 or more points in 15 games… Led the GLIAC in scoring and minutes played… Was 16th in the nation in scoring… Netted 29 points with 5 steals, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists in a victory against Northwood… Led the team in points per game, assists (87), steals (50), minutes played (966), was second on the team in rebounding, field goal percentage, and 3 point field goal percentage… Received All GLIAC Academic honors… Was selected as GLIAC South Player of the Week twice… Selected to the All GLIAC South First team, All GLIAC Defensive team, and the All-Midwest Region Second Team… Received the Heart and Hustle Award at the team’s banquet and received the Dragon Award as voted by her teammates. 2008-09: (Freshman) Played in all 27 games with 23 starts . . . Averaged 27.8 minutes per game . . . Put up 14 double-figure scoring games . . . In her first game in a Dragon uniform scored 14 points and had 3 steals in a win over West Liberty . . . Scored a career-high 21 points, shooting 50% from the floor and 60% from behind the career highs arc, while grabbing 5 rebounds versus Northwood . . . Netted 17 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals in a loss to Michigan Points: 35 Tech . . . Had 15 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals Saginaw Valley (1/11/10) vs Northern Michigan . . . Dished out 3 or more assists on 8 different occasions . . .Led the team in free throw percentRebounds: 13 age with 85% . . . Averaged 10.5 points and 2.8 rebounds per Lake Erie (1/15/11) game . . . Was voted Newcomer of the Year at the team’s annual banquet.

Assists: 7 Salem Int’l (12/30/10) Steals: 6 Wayne State (1/28/10)

Pre-Tiffin Career: Attended Louisville High School where she averaged 18.5 points, 5.6 rebounds, and dished out 4 assists while stealing 3.1 per game . . . All-time career scorer with 1,125 points . . . NBC Player of the Year . . . First team NBC . . . First Team District IV Division I . . .All-Ohio Special Mention selection. Personal Information: Daughter of Tom and Jo Lynn Jaeb . . . One older sister, Amber . . . Majoring in Business Management.

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2008-09

27-23

760-27.8

98-252

0.389

34-104

0.327

54-63

0.857

28

47

75

2.8

75

2

58

55

1

44

284

10.5

2009-10

27-27

966-35.8

166-408

0.407

48-128

0.375

147-184

0.799

44

83

127

4.7

64

1

87

89

2

50

527

19.5

2010-11

27-27

871-32.3

140-332

0.422

36-104

0.346

84-98

0.857

41

83

124

4.6

63

2

77

52

2

49

400

14.8

Total

81-77

2597-32.0

404-992

0.407

118-336

0.351

285-345

0.826

113

213

326

4.02

202

5

222

196

5

143

1211

14.9


deidra BROWN junior

guard

5-9

Middletown, Ohio

Wilberforce U.

2 2010-11: (Junior) Played in just 2 games, averaging 11 minutes per contest before being sidelined w with a season ending injury…scored 8 points on 3-4 shooting from the field to go along with 3 rebounds b and 2 assists in a win over Slippery Rock. Pre-Tiffi P n Career: Wilberforce University 2008-2010- 14 ppg, 7 rpg, 1.7 apg, 2.5 spg, .7 bpg, 37% FG, F 60% FT. Was named to the All AMC Freshman team in 2008 and was a All AMC Honorable M Mention a year ago. P Personal Information: Daughter of Margaret Commodore and Dennis Brown. . . Has four siblings Dewan D Commodore, Denise, Deangela, and Dennis Brown. . . Major-Marketing

jessika KORZELIUS junior

forward 6-0

Long Beach, California

Santa Ana CC

22010-11: (Junior) Was medically redshirted last year. P Pre-Tiffi n Career: Santa Ana College 2008-2010- 13 ppg, 4 rpg, 2.1 apg, 1.5 spg, 37% FG, 31% 33FG, 67% FT. Was named to the Orange Empire Conference Second Team in 2008 and Orange E Empire Conference First Team a season ago. P Personal Information: Daughter of Wendy and Jim Korzelius. . . Has one brother David. . . MajorForensic Science F


steph KELLY junior

guard

5-3

Metamora, Michigan

Flint Powers

2 2010-11: (Sophomore) Played in 16 games for the Dragons, averaging 112.4 minutes per game… averaged 2.9 points per game…had 6 points, 3 rrebounds, 3 assists and a steal iin a win over Clarion…had 3 or more assists on 5 different occam ssions…dished out 6 assists, had 3 rebounds and 2 steals in a win oover Salem International. 2009-10: (Freshman) Averaged 5.3 points and 1.3 rebounds per game… Scored her career high of 16 points while shooting 50% from the field with 2 steals, 2 rebounds, and 1 assist against Ferris State… Hit 3 in a row from behind the arc in just over a minute against Ferris State… Led the team in free throw percentage shooting at a staggering 93%... Had 14 points, 4 assists, and 2 rebounds versus Hillsdale… Dished out 3 or more assists on 3 different occasions… Played in all 27 games while starting in 8 and averaging 17 minutes per game. Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 7 points, 4 steals and 4.6 assists per a game during her senior year . . . Shot 70% career highs from the charity stripe . . . Was a First team Points: 16 Big Nine selection . . . Honorable Mention Ferris State (1/14/10) All-State BCAM. Rebounds: 5 Wayne State (2/20/10) Assists: 6 Salem Int’l (12/30/10)

Personal: Daughter of Dan Kelly and Tracy Kelly . . . She has one brother, Ryan . . . Major—Sports and Recreation Management.

Steals: 4 Gannon (12/8/09)

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PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2009-10

27-8

479-17.7

47-131

0.359

19-69

0.275

29-31

0.935

5

35

40

1.5

26

0

30

44

0

23

142

5.3

2010-11

16-0

199-12.4

20-55

0.364

5-21

0.238

2-3

0.667

4

10

14

0.9

9

0

25

23

0

7

47

2.9

Total

43-8

678-15.7

67-186

0.360

24-90

0.266

31-34

0.911

9

45

54

1.2

35

0

55

67

0

30

189

4.3


karli MAST junior

guard

5-6

Berlin, Ohio

Hiland

2 2010-11: (Sophomore) Started in all 27 games averaging 30.1 minutes per contest… led the team in 3 pointers made(50), was second in scoring (12.6) as well as free throw le ppercentage, and was third on the team in assists (45)…led the team in scoring on 7 sseparate occasions including a career high 22 points against Clarion, to go along with 4 rrebounds and 5 assists…reached ddouble figures in scoring in 19 of 227 games…scored a team high 114 points in the teams’ first ever GLIAC Tournament appearG aance…also led the team in points in a win against, South Division rrival, Findlay scoring 20 points and grabbing 4 rebounds…was 15th in the GLIAC in scoring and 3 point percentage and 8th in 3 pointers made…Was a Second Team All-GLIAC honoree, as well as, a GLIAC All-Academic Excellence selection for a GPA of 3.5 and higher. 2009-2010: (Freshman) Appeared in all 27 games with 20 starts… Averaged 27.1 minutes per game… Posted her career high in points(21) and assists(6) along with 1 rebound in a win versus Lake Erie College… Hit double digits in scoring in 10 games… Was second on the team in points per game and assists (58) while also being third on the team in steals (24)… Had 13 points, 5 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 assists in a come from behind victory versus Ferris State… Averages 9.6 points and 2.3 rebounds per game… Received the Charge Award at the team’s annual banquet.

career highs

Assists: 6 Lake Erie (12/28/09)

Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 14 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.6 steals per contest at Hiland High School . . . Shot 37% from behind the arc . . . Was a All-Ohio Honorable Mention selection . . . Second team Division IV AP-Eastern District . . . Played in the District 5 All-Star game, as well, as the North/South All State game . . . Holds record for most games played at Hiland with 109 . . . Played in 6 state tournament games during her high school career , including 2 State Championship wins in 2006 & 2008.

Steals: 4 Saginaw Valley (1/11/10)

Personal: Daughter of Galen and Candy Mast . . . Siblings Christa, Tiffany, and Josh . . . Major—Business Management.

Points: 22 Clarion (11/23/10) Rebounds: 6 Findlay (2/27/10)

GP-GS

MIN--AVE

FG-FGA

PCT

3FGFGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF REB

DEF REB

TOT REB

AVE

PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2009-10

27-20

731-27.1

89-269

0.331

33-107

0.308

47-66

0.712

23

37

60

2.2

32

0

58

43

1

24

258

9.6

2010-11

27-27

813-30.1

129-315

0.410

50-138

0.362

32-43

0.744

22

32

54

2.0

33

0

45

47

0

30

340

12.6

Total

54-47

1544-28.5

218-584

0.393

83-245

0.338

79-109

0.724

45

69

114

2.1

65

0

103

90

1

54

598

11.0


melissa GILLILAND junior

guard

5-5

Columbus, Ohio

Bishop Watterson

2 2010-11: (Sophomore) Started once and averaged 15.5 minutes in 26 apppearances last year…averaged 4 points and 1.7 rebounds per contest… sscored a career high 16 points, while going 4-5 from behind the arc in a win over Ashland…was w 77-8 from the field, scoring in 15 points while also grabbing 4 rebounds g and a two steals versus Salem International… S Was W selected as a GLIAC All-Academic Excellence selection for a GPA of 3.5 and higher. 2009-2010: (Freshman) Averaged 2.2 points and 1.6 rebounds per game… Had 6 points, 2 rebounds, and 1 steal versus Northwood… Netted 4 points with 3 rebounds, 2 assists, and 1 steal versus Gannon… Played in all 27 games with 5 starts averaging 14 minutes per game. Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 11.7 points and 3 rebounds per game, while shooting 90% from the charity stripe . . . Was an All-District and All League career highs selection her senior year . . . Points: 16 Ashland (2/5/11) Rebounds: 7 Lake Erie (2/24/11) Assists: 5 Michigan Tech (1/9/10)

Personal: Daughter of Mike and Liz Gilliland . . . Has two brothers— Shawn and Wes . . . Majoring in Accounting.

Steals: 3 Lake Erie (2/24/11)

GP-GS

MIN--AVE

FG-FGA

PCT

3FGFGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF REB

DEF REB

TOT REB

AVE

PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2009-10

27-5

371-13.7

24-91

0.264

2-26

0.077

9-11

0.818

19

25

44

1.6

58

3

27

31

2

10

59

2.2

2010-11

26-1

403-15.5

41-112

0.366

12-35

0.343

9-13

0.692

15

28

43

1.7

35

0

20

38

3

17

103

4.0

Total

53-6

774-14.6

65-203

0.320

14-61

0.229

18-24

0.750

34

53

87

1.6

93

3

47

69

5

27

162

3.0


jessica HARRIS junior

center

6-1

Logan, Ohio

Logan

22010-11: (Sophomore) Started in all 27 games for the Dragons averaging 24.1 minutes per game… le led the team in rebounding, grabbing 8.1 per game and blocked shots (25), was second in steals (4 (48) and third in scoring (9.2)…recorded her first double-double of the season in the team’s third ggame against Mercyhurst, scoring 16 points and grabbing a team high 10 rebounds…led the team in rebounding in 18 out of 27 games, recording 5 double-doubles and had at least 10 rebounds in 9 games…one of her best all around performances came against Northern Michigan where she le led the team in points, 17, rebounds, 15, and steals, 6…was 5th in the GLIAC in rebounding, 7th in steals and 11th in blocked sshots…Was a Second Team AllG GLIAC selection….Grabbed th the Best Rebounder award at the te team banquet with a season rebbounding total of 219 rebounds. 22009-2010: (RS- Freshman) Played and started in 25 games averaging 27 minutes per game… Averaged 7.9 points and 9.6 rebounds per game… Scored 19 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, had 2 steals, and blocked 2 shots in a win over Wayne State… Led the team in scoring and rebounding in 3 games… In a loss to Lake Superior State had 18 points, 16 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block… Was second in the GLIAC in rebounding and third in the GLIAC in blocked shots… Registered 7 double-doubles and grabbed double digit rebounds in 13 games… Led the team in blocked shots (38) and was second on the team in steals (29)… At the team’s banquet received the Best Rebounder Award and was voted by her teammates as the Newcomer of the Year. 2008-09: (Freshman) Redshirted for the season. Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 14 ppg, 11 rpg, 3 spg and 3 apg at Logan High School . . . Three-time All-Ohio Special Mention and a Third team All-Ohio selection . . . career highs Two-time District Player of the Year and SEOAL Points: 19 Player of the Year . . . Eclipsed 1,000 points her Wayne State (1/28/10) senior year. Rebounds: 17 Personal: Daughter of David & Carolyn Harris Wayne State (2/20/10) and Janet Harris . . . Siblings Kari, Kaylee, KenLake Erie (12/28/09) dra, Kourtney, Krista and Andrew . . . Majoring in Law Enforcement and Corrections, Minor in Assists: 4 Counseling. Saginaw Valley (2/13/10) Lake Erie (12/28/09) Steals: 6 Northern Michigan (1/2/11)

GP-GS

MIN--AVE

FG-FGA

PCT

3FGFGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF REB

DEF REB

TOT REB

AVE

PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2009-10

25-25

677-27.1

79-196

0.403

2-3

0.667

37-52

0.712

66

173

239

9.6

65

1

24

55

38

29

197

7.9

2010-11

27-27

652-24.1

94-242

0.388

0-2

0.000

61-91

0.670

65

154

219

8.1

63

1

34

39

25

48

249

9.2

Total

52-52

1329-25.5

173-438

0.394

2-5

0.400

98-143

0.685

131

327

458

8.8

128

2

58

94

63

77

446

8.5


amanda BAUTE sophomore

giard

5-10

Cincinnati, Ohio

Oak Hills

2 2010-11: (Freshman) Started 9 times in her first season as a Dragon, apppearing in all 27 contests and averaging 20.7 minutes per game…led the tteam in field goal percentage (47.6%), was second in rebounding (5.3), aand third in steals ((45)…scored a career hhigh 14 points to go aalong with 6 rebounds aagainst Central State… hhad 2 double figure rrebounding performances including her career high 12 against Wayne State…led the team in rebounding 7 times, offensive rebounding 9 times and steals 7 times…scored 8 points had 7 rebounds and a season high 7 steals in a win over Clarion…was 9th in the GLIAC in rebounding and 10th in steals…Was voted Newcomer of the Year by her teammates at the annual team banquet and also received the Charge Award by taking 12 charges on the season. Pre-Tiffin Career: 13.7 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 2.2 apg, 2.4 spg, 53.6% FG, 65.5% FT. Greater Miami Conference First Team, First Team All City, First Team All District, First Team All SWBCA, East-West All career highs Star, All-Ohio Honorable Mention. Points: 14 Central State (1/31/11) Rebounds: 12 Wayne State (1/20/11) Assists: 4 Michigan Tech (3/2/11)

Personal Information: Daughter of Connie and Jeff Baute. . . 2 sisters: Stephanie and Casey, 1 brother Jake. . . Major- Sports and Recreation Management

Steals: 7 Clarion (11/23/10)

GP-GS

MIN--AVE

FG-FGA

PCT

3FGFGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF REB

DEF REB

TOT REB

AVE

PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2010-11

27-9

559-20.7

60-126

0.476

2-12

0.167

35-56

0.625

63

81

144

5.3

51

3

26

32

1

45

157

5.8

Totals

27-9

559-20.7

60-126

0.476

2-12

0.167

35-56

0.625

63

81

144

5.3

51

3

26

32

1

45

157

5.8


mary kate CAMPBELL sophomore forward 6-1 Columbus, Ohio

Bishop Watterson

2 2010-11: (Freshman) Played in 19 games in her first season as a Dragon D before being sidelined with a season ending injury in February…averaged 2.2 points and 2.3 rebounds per game while averaging a 10.2 1 minutes per contest…scored a career high 10 points to go along with w 2 rebounds in a win over Lake Erie…was second on the team in blocked b shots…had at least 3 rebounds on 9 different occasions…had a season s high 5 rebounds to go along with 7 points against Salem International…had 5 points, n 5 rebounds, 1 steal and a b blocked shot in 27 minutes of action in a win over Northern Michigan. Pre-Tiffin Career: 7.5 ppg, 5.6 rpg, led team in assists (49), steals (55), and blocked shots (41). Was captain and voted best defensive player. Undefeated league Champions and was named to the All Central Catholic League team. Personal Information: Daughter of Anne and Chris Campbell. . . Has one brother Sean and one sister Colleen. . . Major – Sports and Recreation Management

career highs Points: 10 Lake Erie (1/15/11) Rebounds: 5 Northern Michigan (1/2/11) Assists: 2 Wayne State (12/18/10) Steals: 1 Saginaw Valley (1/27/11) GP-GS

MIN--AVE

FG-FGA

PCT

3FGFGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF REB

DEF REB

TOT REB

AVE

PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2010-11

19-0

193-10.2

18-59

0.310

0-1

0.000

6-21

0.286

13

30

43

2.3

22

0

8

20

9

5

42

2.2

Totals

19-0

193-10.2

18-59

0.310

0-1

0.000

6-21

0.286

13

30

43

2.3

22

0

8

20

9

5

42

2.2


jillian ADAMS sophomore guard/forward 5-9 Springfield, Ohio Northeastern 2 2010-11: (Freshman) Played in 26 games in her first season at Tiffi T n, averaging 11.2 minutes per game…averaged 2.9 points and a 1.9 rebounds per contest…scored a career high 8 points in a close victory at Wayne State…was fourth on the team in made fr throws (37)…had 3 or more rebounds in 9 games…scored 4 free points p and had a career high 6 rebounds versus Ashland.

career highs Points: 8 Wayne State (1/20/11) Rebounds: 6 Ashland (1/13/11) Assists: 2 Ald.-Broaddus (11/19/10)

PreP Tiffin Career: 14.3 ppg, 8.4 rpg, 2 spg, 63% FT, 50% FG, 30% 3 3FG. Scored 1,054 points for her career. First Team OHC, F First Team District 9, First Team All SNS County, Southwest Ohio O Officials Association Outstanding Sportsmanship Award.

Steals: 4 Ald.-Broaddus (11/19/10)

P Personal Information: Daughter of John and Jane Adams. . . 2 bbrothers: John and Jared. . . Major- Business Management. GP-GS

MIN--AVE

FG-FGA

PCT

3FGFGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

OFF REB

DEF REB

TOT REB

AVE

PF

FO

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PTS

AVG

2010-11

26-0

291-11.2

19-48

0.396

0-1

0.000

37-59

0.627

19

30

49

1.9

28

0

10

21

0

12

75

2.9

Totals

26-0

291-11.2

19-48

0.396

0-1

0.000

37-59

0.627

19

30

49

1.9

28

0

10

21

0

12

75

2.9

erica MATHIS sophomore forward 6-0 Cincinnati, Ohio

Northwest

2 2010-11: (Freshman) Earned her way onto the varsity squad near the end of the year…played in one game against Lake Erie, scoring 1 point and grabbing 3 rebounds in 6 minutes of action. ti M Major: Marketing


Tiffin University is a proud member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Tiffin University is the league’s 14th full member and sponsors 18 of the GLIAC’s 20 championship sports. Located on a 110-acre campus in Tiffin, Ohio, Tiffin University was founded in 1888 and is entering its 11th year of NCAA Division II status. Tiffin is the third institution from the state of Ohio to join the GLIAC. Ashland University, located in Ashland, Ohio, joined the league on July 1, 1995. The University of Findlay, in Findlay, Ohio, began competing in the league on July 1, 1997. Ohio Dominican, in Columbus, Ohio, and Lake Erie College, in Painesville, Ohio, joined in 2010-11 and bring the number of Ohio schools in the GLIAC to five. The GLIAC’s members in Michigan include: Ferris State University, Grand Valley State University, Hillsdale College, Lake Superior State University, Michigan Technological University, Northern Michigan University, Northwood University, Saginaw Valley State University, and Wayne State University. The University of Indianapolis competes as an associate member in the GLIAC in football and men’s and women’s swimming & diving.


2011 Tiffin University Shoot Out The Tiffin University Women’s Basketball Program is hosting their fifth annual summer shoot out on June 8-10, 2012. The three-day event is open to any high school girls varsity basketball program looking for competitive games and an overall good experience. Coaches can choose the number of games they would like to play, ranging from 3-6 games in one day, 9 games over two days, or 12 games over three days. To ensure that each team gets the experience that they are looking for, each coach can choose to play against top level, mid level, or lower level competition. You can expect the Tiffin University Shoot Out will be a very well organized event with games starting on time. All games will be officiated by licensed officials. Concession stands and t-shirts sales will be available. The Tiffin University Shoot Out has grown from 24 teams in it’s first year to 69 teams last year. Last year’s shootout saw teams from Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana compete in over 160 games. If you would like to register or find out more information about next year’s event please contact Kylene Spiegel. Kylene Spiegel Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach 419-448-3308

Fastbreak Club The Fastbreak Club has been a part of the TU Women’s Basketball Program for many seasons. This great sponsorship opportunity is something the new staff has strived to carry on. It has been an excellent way to gain support and fans. To become a member all it takes is choosing a donation amount and letting TU do the rest. Depending on the package a sponsor chooses they could receive a mixture of multiple gifts including up to four season passes, a Fastbreak Newsletter, an autographed team photo, TU women’s basketball apparel, and the season media guide. This season the Fastbreak Club has grown to include 24 members. If you are interested in becoming a member, contact Coach Spiegel by email at spiegelk@tiffin. edu or check out the website at http://www.tiffin.edu/athletics/women/basketball/archives/fastbreak_club/


Athletic Honors 2010-11 Mandy Jaeb - First Team All-GLIAC Karli Mast - Second Team All-GLIAC Jessica Harris - Second Team All-GLIAC

2004-05 Brienne Beaschler - Third Team All-Independent - Second Team AMC Ashley Lane - Honorable Mention AMC

2009-10 Mandy Jaeb - Second Team All-Region - First Team All-GLIAC

2003-04 Heather Hill - Second Team AMC Brienne Beaschler - Second Team AMC Dawn Hostetler - Honorable Mention AMC

2008-09 Leanne Lucius - Second Team All-GLIAC

2002-03 - Region IX Final Four Nicki King - First Team AMC Heather Hill - Honorable Mention AMC Brienne Beaschler - Freshman of the Year AMC

2007-08 Leanne Lucius - ICAA Second Team Megan Fletcher - ICAA Second Team Kylene Spiegel - ICAA Third Team

2001-02 Laura Goins - Second Team AMC Jacki Swaisgood - Honorable Mention AMC Nicki King - Honorable Mention AMC

2006-07 Kylene Spiegel - ICAA Second Team -Third Team AMC Leanne Lucius - ICAA Third Team -Hon. Mention AMC Alexis Karel - ICAA All-Freshman -AMC All-Freshman

2000-01 NAIA National Tournament appearance Laura Goins - Second Team AMC Jacki Swaisgood - Honorable Mention AMC

2005-06 Brienne Beaschler - ICAA Player of the Year - ICAA First Team - Second Team AMC Ashley Lane - Honorable Mention AMC Kylene Spiegel - All-Freshman AMC - ICAA Third Team - ICAA All-Freshman Leanne Lucius - ICAA All-Freshman

1999-00 Melanie Sears - NAIA All-American, First Team AMC Jill Moldenhauer - Honorable Mention AMC Laura Goins - Honorable Mention AMC 1998-99 Melanie Sears - NAIA All-American, Second Team AMC Kelly Jakubowski - Honorable Mention AMC

Academic Honors 2010-11

2005-06

Mandy Jaeb - GLIAC Academic Excellence Karli Mast - GLIAC Academic Excellence Melissa Gilliland - GLIAC Academic Excellence Holly Focke - GLIAC Academic Jennifer Johnston - GLIAC Academic

Jaclyn Burton - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar Ashley Lane - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar WBCA Team 22nd in nation with 3.25 GPA

2009-10 Mandy Jaeb - GLIAC Academic Jennifer Johnston - GLIAC Academic

Kelly Lindesmith - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar Emily Holt - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar Dawn Hostetler - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar WBCA Team 15th in nation with 3.378 team GPA

2008-09

2002-03

Leanne Lucius - GLIAC Academic Megan Fletcher - GLIAC Academic Alexis Karel - GLIAC Academic Fallon Sanborn -GLIAC Academic Kylene Spiegel - GLIAC Academic

2003-04

Nicki King - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar Emily Holt - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar Dawn Hostetler - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar WBCA Team 18th in nation with 3.244 team GPA 2001-02

2007-08 Leanne Lucius - CoSIDA 2nd Team All-District

Laura Goins - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar 2000-01 Laura Goins - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar


Records and History Tiffin University’s women’s basketball program has underwent numerous changes in the 90-plus years that the Dragons have had basketball. The women’s team saw action sporadically during the first two decades of this century, but started to play a regular schedule in 192425, finishing 10-0 that year. The program continued until the close of the 1936-37 season, posting a 54-28-3 record during that stretch. Dragons leaders included Hall of Famer Edith Miller. The program didn’t return for another 48 years. In 1984-85, women’s basketball finally returned to Tiffin University, posting a winning record in its third year after returning (12-11 in 1986-87). In 1990-91, TU won its only Mid-Ohio Conference title, finishing 18-9 that season under Annette Kessler in her first season with the program. The Dragons also currently have seven women’s basketball players in the Tiffin University Hall of Fame - Edith Yambert Miller, Lois Collins Conrad, Tracy Almanson-Murphy, Angie Shardo Nunn, Susan Miller Hughes, Jenny Kane, and Melanie Sears. Eight years ago the Dragons earned their first ever NAIA National Tournament trip under coach Leslie Mugg. Angie Nunn is the Dragons’ all-time leading scorer with 1820 points, while Tracy Almanson is the leading rebounder with 802. But this season’s Dragons have many players who could easily change the face of the TU women’s basketball record books before their careers are through.

Lady Dragons Hall of Famer Lois Conrad holds the NAIA record with 28 free throws in a single game. She also is the season record holder in the same category (199).

Angie Shardo scored 1820 points, a career record.

Individual Career

Melanie Sears owns the single season rebounding record (365).

Points Scoring Avg. Rebounds Rebound Avg. Most Games Assists Steals Free Throw Pct. Most 3-pointers 3-point percentage

1820 16.7 821 10.9 112 468 202 80.8 198 48.7

Angie Shardo Melanie Sears Brienne Beaschler Melanie Sears Angie Shardo Kylene Spiegel Jenny Kane Brienne Beaschler Ashley Allen Anissa Rhodebeck

1991-95 1998-00 2002-06 1998-00 1991-95 2005-09 1989-93 2002-06 1993-96 1986-88, 89-90


Individual Season Points Scoring Avg. Field Goals FG Attempts FG Pct. FT Made FT Attempts FT Pct. Rebounds Rebound Avg. Assists Blocks Steals 3-pt. Pct.

603 21.2 262 490 .584 199 266 .871 365 13.5 143 67 86 46.4

Angie Shardo Leslie Isles Angie Shardo Angie Shardo Susan Miller Lois Conrad Lois Conrad Jenny Kane Melanie Sears Melanie Sears Kylene Spiegel Karen Kordish Tracy Almanson Anissa Rhodebeck

1993-94 1986-87 1993-94 1993-94 1992-93 1985-86 1985-86 1992-93 1999-00 1999-00 2007-08 1986-87 1989-90 1987-88

Jenny Kane is the career leader in steals (202).

Points Field Goals Rebounds Free Throws Free Throws Att. Assists 3-pointers Blocks Single Season: Points Points Avg. Field Goal Pct. Free Throw Pct. Rebounds Assists 3-pointers Single Game: Points Field Goals Made Rebounds Assists 3-pointers Made Least Points Allowed Most Points Allowed

50 22 24 28 34 15 10 8

Individual Game Angie Shardo vs. Urbana Angie Shardo vs. Urbana Melanie Sears vs. Rio Grande Lois Conrad vs. Hiram Lois Conrad vs. Hiram Jaclyn Burton vs. Wilberforce Ashley Allen vs. Rio Grande Brienne Beaschler vs. Malone

1993-94 1993-94 1999-00 1985-86 1985-86 2005-06 1994-95 2005-06

2137 72.3 .484 .721 1227 493 200

2000-01 2001-02 1992-93 2005-06 1995-96 1992-93 2006-07

100 41 74 27 15 26 107

05-06, 98-99 1988-89 1999-00 vs. Ohio Dominican 1993-94 vs. Shawnee State 2006-07 vs. Concordia 1987-88 vs. Rio Grande 1985-86 vs. Lake Erie

30 games 27 games 28 games 28 games 30 games 31 games 29 games

Tiffin University Year by Year 1984-85 3-15 1985-86 5-19 1986-87 12-11 1987-88 4-20 1988-89 8-16 1989-90 14-11 1990-91 18-9 1991-92 17-11 1992-93 17-11 1993-94 14-17 1994-95 17-10 1995-96 9-21 1996-97 8-20 1997-98 10-17 1998-99 10-14 1999-00 13-14 2000-01 14-16 2001-02 10-17 2002-03 13-16 2003-04 12-15 2004-05 6-21 2005-06 13-15 2006-07 14-15 2007-08 12-15 20008-09 7-20 2009-10 7-20 2010-11 15-12


Tiffin University Women’s Basketball Comprehensive Record Book 1. Angie Shardo 2. Angie Shardo 3. Mandy Jaeb 4. Leslie Isles 5. Ashley Allen 6. Lois Collins 7. Ashley Allen 8. Cindy Baker 9. Susan Miller 10. Melanie Sears

Points - Season 603 93-94 530 94-95 527 09-10 487 86-87 473 94-95 471 85-86 468 95-96 456 91-92 454 92-93 447 99-00

Field Goals Attempted - Season 1. Angie Shardo 490 93-94 2. Ashley Allen 457 95-96 3. Leslie Isles 432 86-87 4. Mandy Jaeb 409 09-10 5. Angie Shardo 387 94-95 6. Ashley Allen 373 94-95 7. Melanie Sears 367 99-00 8. Lisa Witt 366 93-94 9. Laura Goins 352 00-01 10. Susan Miller 346 90-91 Field Goals Made - Season 1. Angie Shardo 262 93-94 2. Angie Shardo 222 94-95 3. Leslie Isles 196 86-87 4. Susan Miller 191 92-93 5. Susan Miller 181 91-92 6. Susan Miller 171 90-91 7. Melanie Sears 167 99-00 8. Mandy Jaeb 166 09-10 9. Angie Shardo 165 92-93 10. Cindy Baker 161 91-92 Three-Point Attempts - Season 1. Ashley Allen 242 95-96 2. Ashley Allen 231 94-95 3. Kylene Spiegel 183 06-07 4. Davin Berrier 160 96-97 5. Leanne Lucius 140 06-07 6. Karli Mast 138 09Three-Point Made - Season 1. Ashley Allen 94 94-95 2. Ashley Allen 74 95-96 3. Kylene Spiegel 61 06-07 4. Karli Mast 50 095. Leanne Lucius 49 06-07 6. Mandy Jaeb 48 09-10 Leanne Lucius 48 08-09 8. Jaclyn Burton 45 05-06 Heather Hill 45 03-04

Free Throw Attempts - Season 1. Lois Collins 266 85-86 2. Mandy Jaeb 184 09-10 3. Melanie Sears 172 99-00 4. Brienne Beaschler 150 05-06 5. Jacki Swaisgood 146 00-01 6. Lois Collins 129 87-88 7. Lois Collins 128 88-89 8. Kellie Jakubowski 124 97-98 Free Throw Made - Season 1. Lois Collins 191 85-86 2. Mandy Jaeb 147 09-10 3. Brienne Beaschler 128 05-06 4. Melanie Sears 112 99-00 5. Susan Miller 99 90-91 6. Jacki Swaisgood 98 00-01 7. Lois Collins 91 88-89 8. Melanie Sears 89 98-99 Cindy Baker 89 91-92 10. Angie Shardo 86 94-95 Field Goal Percentage - Season 1. Susan Miller .584 92-93 2. Angie Shardo .574 94-95 3. Brienne Beaschler .573 05-06 4. Jen Laker .570 93-94 5. Brienne Beaschler .559 02-03 Kellie Jakubowski .559 95-96 7. Melanie Sears .553 98-99 8. Susan Miller .552 91-92 9. Angie Shardo .535 93-94 Three-Point Percentage - Season 1. Anissa Rhodebeck .464 87-88 2. Nicki King .453 03-04 3. Anissa Rhodebeck .439 89-90 4. Heather Hill .417 03-04 5. Ashley Allen .417 93-94 6. Kim Lawson .415 02-03 7. Ashley Allen .407 94-95 8. Nicki King .405 00-01 Free Throw Percentage - Season 1. Jenny Kane .871 92-93 2. Mandy Jaeb .857 10-11 Mandy Jaeb .857 08-09 4. Brienne Beaschler .853 05-06 5. Megan Fletcher .848 08-09 6. Fallon Sanborn .843 07-08 7. Jenny Kane .832 90-91 8. Leanne Lucius .821 07-08 9. Brienne Beaschler .811 02-03 10. Mandy Jaeb .799 09-10


Scoring Average - Season 1. Leslie Isles 21.2 86-87 2. Lois Collins 20.5 85-86 3. Angie Shardo 20.4 94-95 4. Angie Shardo 20.1 93-94 5. Mandy Jaeb 19.5 09-10 6. Ashley Allen 17.5 94-95 7. Melanie Sears 16.8 98-99 8. Melanie Sears 16.6 99-00 9. Cindy Baker 16.3 91-92 Susan Miller 16.3 90-91 Rebounds - Season 1. Melanie Sears 365 99-00 2. Liz Wilson 298 94-95 3. Tracy Almanson 286 89-90 4. Susan Miller 251 90-91 Jen Laker 251 95-96 6. Lois Collins 244 85-86 7. Jessica Harris 239 09-10 8. Brienne Beaschler 232 05-06 Brienne Beaschler 232 04-05

1. Tracy Almanson 2. Cindy Baker 3. Leslie Isles 4. Jenny Kane 5. Nicki King Lois Collins 7. Jenny Kane 8. Liz Wilson 9. Laura Goins 10. Jacki Swaisgood

Steals - Season 86 89-90 78 91-92 75 86-87 67 89-90 65 02-03 65 88-89 64 92-93 61 94-95 59 01-02 58 00-01

Blocks - Season 1. Karen Kordish 67 86-87 2. Karen Kordish 62 88-89 3. Angie Shardo 61 93-94 4. Melanie Sears 59 99-00 5. Tracy Almanson 46 89-90 6. Brienne Beaschler 44 05-06 7. Jessica Harris 38 09-10 8. Brienne Beaschler 38 02-03 9. Brienne Beaschler 34 04-05 10. Angie Shardo 28 94-95

Rebounding Average - Season 1. Melanie Sears 13.5 99-00 2. Tracy Almanson 11.4 89-90 3. Liz Wilson 11.0 94-95 4. Lois Collins 10.6 85-86 5. Karen Kordish 9.9 86-87 6. Jessica Harris 9.6 09-10 7. Jen Laker 9.3 95-96 Susan Miller 9.3 90-91 9. Brienne Beaschler 8.6 04-05 10. Jen Laker 8.4 96-97

1. Kylene Spiegel 2. Kylene Spiegel 3. Lesley Redman 4. Lisa Witt 5. Cindy Baker 6. Lisa Witt 7. Jaclyn Burton 8. Steph Ohman 9. Kylene Spiegel

Assists - Season 143 07-08 132 06-07 123 94-95 119 92-93 116 91-92 114 93-94 109 05-06 106 96-97 104 08-09

Assist Average - Season 1. Kylene Spiegel 5.3 07-08 2. Kylene Spiegel 4.6 06-07 Lesley Redman 4.6 94-95 4. Jenny Kane 4.4 91-92 5. Lisa Witt 4.3 92-93 6. Cindy Baker 4.1 91-92 7. Jaclyn Burton 3.9 05-06 8. Kylene Spiegel 3.8 08-09 Steph Ohman 3.8 96-97 10. Lisa Witt 3.7 93-94 Liz Wilson 3.7 94-95

Kylene Spiegel


Field Goals Attempted - Career 1. Angie Shardo 1455 91-95 2. Laura Goins 1134 97-02 3. Susan Miller 1109 89-93 4. Leanne Lucius 1060 05-09 5. Kylene Spiegel 1004 05-09 6. Ashley Allen 996 93-96 Field Goals Made - Career 1. Angie Shardo 786 91-95 2. Susan Miller 585 89-93 3. Laura Goins 477 97-02 4. Brienne Beaschler 476 02-06 5. Kellie Jakubowski 464 95-99 6. Jenny Kane 453 89-93 7. Leanne Lucius 435 05-09 Three-Point Attempts - Career 1. Ashley Allen 545 93-96 2. Kylene Spiegel 502 05-09 3. Leanne Lucius 413 05-09 4. Laura Goins 365 97-02 5. Katie McBroom 337 00-03 Three-Point Made - Career 1. Ashley Allen 198 93-96 2. Kylene Spiegel 163 05-09 3. Leanne Lucius 148 05-09 4. Laura Goins 116 97-02 Nicki King 116 00-04 Free Throws Attempted - Career 1. Lois Collins 523 85,87-89 2. Brienne Beaschler 442 02-06 3. Susan Miller 394 89-93 4. Jacki Swaisgood 389 98-02 5. Nicki King 372 00-04 6. Kellie Jakubowski 366 95-99 7. Tracy Almanson 362 86-90 Free Throws Made - Career 1. Lois Collins 367 85,87-89 2. Brienne Beaschler 357 02-06 3. Mandy Jaeb 285 084. Susan Miller 278 89-93 5. Kellie Jakubowski 255 95-99 6. Jacki Swaisgood 251 98-02 7. Nicki King 250 00-04 Field Goal Percentage - Career 1. Brienne Beaschler .545 02-06 2. Angie Shardo .540 91-95 3. Susan Miller .527 89-93 4. Jen Laker .507 93-97 5. Melanie Sears .495 98-00 Three-Point Percentage - Career 1. Anissa Rhodebeck .487 86-88,89-90 2. Kim Lawson .368 99-03 Nicki King .368 00-04 4. Ashley Allen .363 93-96

Free Throw Percentage - Career 1. Mandy Jaeb .826 082. Brienne Beaschler .808 02-06 3. Jenny Kane .799 89-93 4. Heather Hill .776 02-05 5. Megan Fletcher .770 07-09 6. Leanne Lucius .759 05-09 7. Ashley Allen .745 93-96 Scoring Average - Career 1. Melanie Sears 16.7 98-00 2. Ashley Allen 16.6 93-96 3. Angie Shardo 16.3 91-95 4. Mandy Jaeb 15.0 085. Lois Collins 14.7 85,97-89 6. Susan Miller 13.4 89-93 Rebounds - Career 1. Brienne Beaschler 821 02-06 2. Tracy Almanson 802 86-90 3. Jen Laker 761 93-97 4. Angie Shardo 738 91-95 5. Susan Miller 722 89-93 6. Kellie Jakubowski 699 95-99 7. Karen Kordish 657 85-89 Rebounding Average - Career 1. Melanie Sears 10.9 98-00 2. Tracy Almanson 8.4 86-90 3. Jessica Harris 8.3 094. Karen Kordish 8.2 85-89 5. Lois Collins 7.8 85,87-89 6. Brienne Beaschler 7.4 02-06

1. Kylene Spiegel 2. Lisa Witt 3. Steph Ohman 4. Jenny Kane 5. Laura Goins

Assists - Career 468 05-09 325 90-94 300 94-98 299 89-93 273 97-02

Assist Average - Career 1. Kylene Spiegel 4.4 05-09 2. Heather Hill 3.6 02-05 3. Ashley Allen 3.4 93-96 4. Lisa Witt 3.0 90-94 Jenny Kane 3.0 89-93

1. Jenny Kane 2. Nicki King 3. Laura Goins 4. Tracy Almanson 5. Angie Shardo 6. Jacki Swaisgood 7. Tonya Swick 8. Tina Gingery 9. Nicki King 10. Mandy Jaeb

Steals - Career 202 89-93 185 00-04 183 97-02 179 86-90 176 91-95 170 98-02 161 95-99 159 85-89 154 00-04 143 08-


1. Karen Kordish 2. Brienne Beaschler 3. Angie Shardo 4. Tracy Almanson 5. Melanie Sears

Blocks - Career 177 85-89 140 02-06 133 91-95 100 86-90 79 98-00

Points - Career 1. Angie Shardo 1820 91-95 2. Susan Miller 1448 89-93 3. Brienne Beaschler 1309 02-06 4. Laura Goins 1301 97-02 5. Mandy Jaeb 1211 086. Kellie Jakubowski 1183 95-99 7. Leanne Lucius 1169 05-09 8. Ashley Allen 1160 93-96 9. Megan Fletcher 1152 05-09 (07-09 TU) 10. Kylene Spiegel 1105 05-09 11. Jenny Kane 1098 89-93 12. Nicki King 1094 00-04 13. Jacki Swaisgood 1067 98-02 14. Lois Collins 1047 85-89 15. Jen Laker 968 93-97 16. Tonya Swick 954 95-99 17. Tracy Almanson 906 86-90 18. Lisa Witt 822 90-94 19. Melanie Sears 816 98-00 20. Karen Kordish 749 85-89 21. Sarah Pitson 744 03-07 22. Anissa Rhodebeck 697 86-88,89-90 23. Heather Hill 678 02-05

Ashley Allen Susan Miller

Laura Goins


Single game records

Rebounds

Points Angie Shardo

50

1993-94

Field Goals Angie Shardo

22

1993-94

Rebounds Melanie Sears

24

1999-00

Free Throws Lois Collins

28-34

1985-86

Assists Jaclyn Burton

15

2005-06

3-pointers Ashley Allen

10

1994-95

Blocks Brienne Beaschler 8

2005-06

Single Game Team Records Points Field Goals Rebounds Assists 3-pointers Least points allowed Most points allowed

100 41 74 27 15 26 107

2005-06, 1998-99 1988-89 1999-00 1993-94 2006-07 1987-88 1985-86

1. 827 2. 794 3. 776 4. 752 5. 738 6. 732 7. 716

TEAM RECORDS Field Goals 1993-94 1991-92 1992-93 1995-96 2002-03 2000-01 1994-95

1. 200 2. 199 3. 187 4. 169 5. 163 6. 159

2006-07 2008-09 2007-08 2009-10 2005-06 2000-01

1. 514 2. 506 3. 438 4. 409 5. 391 6. 388 7. 380 8. 379

2000-01 1994-95 2002-03 2003-04 1999-00 1993-94 2005-06 2001-02

Three-pointers

1. 1227 2. 1213 1213 4. 1209 1209 6. 1184 7. 1161

1995-96 2002-03 1999-00 2006-07 1993-94 1997-98 2000-01

1. 2137 2. 2099 3. 2063 4. 1994 5. 1969 6. 1951 7. 1890

2000-01 1993-94 2002-03 1995-96 1991-92 2001-02 2003-04

1. 493 2. 478 3. 439 439 5. 426 6. 400 7. 398

1993-94 1992-93 1996-97 1994-95 1991-92 2007-08 2002-03

1. 72.3 2. 71.2 3. 71.1 4. 70.3 5. 70.0 6. 69.3 7. 68.3

2001-02 2000-01 2002-03 1991-92 2003-04 1994-95 1998-99

1. 45 2. 44.9 3. 43.9 4. 42.1 5. 41.8 6. 41.7 41.7

Rebounding Average 1998-99 1999-00 1997-98 2003-04 2002-03 2006-07 1985-86

1. 346 2. 330 3. 329 4. 307 5. 285 6. 275 7. 271

1989-90 2000-01 2001-02 1991-92 1985-86 1992-93 2010-11

1. 347 2. 371 3. 401 4. 413 5. 443 6. 463

2010-11 1986-87 2009-10 2008-09 1989-90 2007-08

Points

Assists

Scoring Average

Steals

Free Throws

Turnovers


Tiffin University Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 19, 2011) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

##

Player

gp-gs

min avg

03 04 10 11 12 21 23 24 33 40 42 52 54

Deidra Brown Stephanie Kelly Holly Focke Mandy Jaeb Karli Mast Amanda Baute Melissa Gilliland Mary Kate Campbell Jennifer Johnston Jessica Harris Jillian Adams Jessika Korzelius Erica Mathis Total.......... Opponents......

2-0 16-0 26-26 27-27 27-27 27-9 26-1 19-0 24-18 27-27 26-0 3-0 1-0 27 27

22 199 748 871 813 559 403 193 621 652 291 15 6

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Tiffin University Opponents

11.0 12.4 28.8 32.3 30.1 20.7 15.5 10.2 25.9 24.1 11.2 5.0 6.0

5393 5397

TUW 1727 64.0 +6.1 637-1589 .401 136-402 .338 5.0 317-461 .688 11.7 944 35.0 -1.0 367 13.6 347 12.9 +7.2 1.1 271 10.0 51 1.9 4377 13-337 -

1st 2nd 876 851 723 839

Totals 1727 1562

OVERALL 15-12 9-10 6-2

HOME 8-5 5-5 3-0

Total 3-Point fg-fga pct 3fg-fga pct

4-7 20-55 59-149 140-332 129-315 60-126 41-112 18-58 52-137 94-242 19-48 1-7 0-1

.571 .364 .396 .422 .410 .476 .366 .310 .380 .388 .396 .143 .000 637-1589 .401 563-1383 .407 OPP 1562 57.9 563-1383 .407 154-461 .334 5.7 282-382 .738 10.4 971 36.0 322 11.9 541 20.0 0.6 173 6.4 81 3.0 4651 14-332 0-0

1-2 5-21 2-9 36-104 50-138 2-12 12-35 0-1 28-75 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-0 136-402 154-461

.500 .238 .222 .346 .362 .167 .343 .000 .373 .000 .000 .000 .000 .338 .334

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

AWAY 7-7 4-5 3-2

F-Throw ft-fta pct

1-1 2-3 38-56 84-98 32-43 35-56 9-13 6-21 10-16 61-91 37-59 1-2 1-2 317-461 282-382 Date 11/15/10 11/19 11/20 11/23 12/2/10 12/4/10 12/8/10 12/11 12/16/10 12/18/10 12/30/10 1/2/11 1/8/11 01/13/11 1/15/11 01/20/11 1/22/11 1/27/11 1/29/11 1/31/11 2/5 2/10/11 2/12/11 2/19/11 02/24/11 2/26 03/02/11

1.000

.667 .679 .857 .744 .625 .692 .286 .625 .670 .627 .500 .500 .688 .738

off

Rebounds def tot avg

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

pf dq

0 4 4 2.0 0 4 10 14 0.9 9 32 96 128 4.9 53 41 83 124 4.6 63 22 32 54 2.0 33 63 81 144 5.3 51 15 28 43 1.7 35 13 30 43 2.3 22 19 22 41 1.7 23 65 154 219 8.1 63 19 30 49 1.9 28 0 3 3 1.0 3 1 2 3 3.0 2 330 614 944 35.0 385 271 700 971 36.0 451

Opponent at Slippery Rock ALDERSON-BROADDUS MERCYHURST CLARION at Ferris State at Grand Valley State at Northern Kentucky MICHIGAN TECH FINDLAY WAYNE STATE at Salem International University NORTHERN MICHIGAN HILLSDALE at Ashland LAKE ERIE at Wayne State at Northwood SAGINAW VALLEY LAKE SUPERIOR at Central State ASHLAND at Findlay at Hillsdale College at Ohio Dominican at Lake Erie College OHIO DOMINICAN at Michigan Tech

* - Conference game

pts

avg

0 3 1 2 1 10 0 25 23 0 7 47 1 83 46 7 40 158 2 77 52 2 49 400 0 45 47 0 30 340 3 26 32 1 45 157 0 20 38 3 17 103 0 8 20 9 5 42 0 35 18 2 16 142 1 34 39 25 48 249 0 10 21 0 12 75 0 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 7 367 347 51 271 1727 - 322 541 81 173 1562

a

5.0 2.9 6.1 14.8 12.6 5.8 4.0 2.2 5.9 9.2 2.9 1.0 1.0 64.0 57.9

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

to blk stl

Score 67-42 29-76 69-90 53-79 75-65 72-84 45-63 64-61 51-71 65-48 89-27 36-47 65-79 41-73 57-69 50-48 54-56 53-46 62-48 89-80 54-71 53-59 70-85 59-46 72-48 70-66 40-58

Att. 171 443 434 195 450 355 467 420 410 205 0 238 223 488 247 251 0 409 425 657 381 347 304 99 97 347 965


As Athletic Director at Tiffin University and Head Baseball Coach since 1992, I can personally attest to the fact that this is an exciting time at Tiffin University and particularly its athletic department. As a full member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, arguably the nation’s finest conference, it is time to make a strong commitment to excellence. I am committed to increasing the visibility and our outreach efforts of TU’s athletic department while remaining conscious of your needs and concerns. Because of this the Tiffin University Athletic Department annually holds the Tiffin University Athletic Department Golf Outing. By supporting Tiffin University Athletics through participation in the golf outing, the community assists us with this commitment and ensures our student athletes compete at the highest level. Thanks for your continued support, Lonny Allen Athletic Director Tiffin University Our Athletic Department is eager to continue our growing success. As our University and reputation continues to progress within the community, the GLIAC, and the NCAA, we want to thank you, the fans, for supporting us in our endeavors. With the generous support and funding from friends, parents, alumni, and neighbors we can continue to prosper to be an elite NCAA D-II institution. Your annual involvement with our athletic fundraising guarantees that you will be recognized and promoted as a loyal constituent of Tiffin University Athletics throughout the entire school year. Tiffin University looks forward to the increase of our annual partnerships.

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Share the Pride, Build on Tradition is a $12 million comprehensive campaign designed to create endowed student scholarships, construct the new recreation center, and make other campus improvements. These enhancements, coupled with recent investments in new student apartments, the Tiffin University Nature Preserve, Paradiso Athletic Complex, and the Miami Street Improvement Project, will result in a total investment by Tiffin University of more than $30 million in the Tiffin community.

Campaign Objectives Recreation Center $9,400,000 The Recreation Center will consist of two connected buildings: a field house and an indoor practice facility. The connector will include a lobby and locker room facilities. Other Campus Development $1,600,000 Over the past several decades, TU has created a campus that not only reflects the University’s own growth and success, but also enhances the appearance and economic well being of the City of Tiffin. To continue pursuing the campus master plan, TU seeks $1.6 million for land acquisition, landscaping, parking and others amenities. Endowed Student Scholarships $1,000,000 Without financial aid, many Tiffin University students could not afford higher education. Since over 80 percent of TU students receive some level of aid, TU leaders seek $1 million to bolster the endowment resources of the University to create additional student scholarships.


2011 Dragons in the Community C Connecting with the Tiffin community is one of Tiffi T n University’s Women’s Basketball team’s main m goals. It has been a priority, for many years, for f the young Women on the basketball team to be b involved in community events to enhance their time here as Tiffin University student-athletes. t The T Lady Dragons strive to be a positive influence on and off the court by participating in many e different community events. They also feel it is a d responsibility of theirs to be positive role models r for f the youth in the community by participating in i the different events. The beginning of the 2011-2012 campaign has been no different, as the team has already participated in three different events around the community. Their first event of the year involved participating in one of the many Go Green Tiffin Initiative events. These events hope to educate the community about recycling and reducing waste to help the environment. The Lady Dragons spent time at the Heritage Festival talking to visitors about the importance of rrecycling. The Women’s Basketball team continues to be T a Gold Star sponsor of Route 224. They adoopted that section of road several years ago, aand continue to pick up trash two to three times a year. On October 26th and 29th the Lady Dragons O went to the Autumnwood Care Center to spend w ttime with its residents. On the 26th they spent time playing games with the elderly and on the 29th they assisted in the weekly Bingo games held there. In the spring, the Lady Dragons will be hosting free clinics after school for several local Elementary Schools.


Tiffin Women’s Basketball Dragon Kids Camp (Ages 8-15) Dates: June 13th-15th Time: 9:00am– 2:00pm (Wednesday & Thursday) 9:00am –Noon (Friday). Where: Tiffin University, Gillmor Center Price: $50 per camper T-SHIRT INCLUDED! Basketball skills are essential in the development of players of all ages, and this camp is designed to develop the individual skill of each camper. It will introduce the fundamentals of the game such as ball handling, passing, shooting, rebounding, and defense. Our camp staff is dedicated to the improvement of each camper and will offer a positive experience for all individuals. Campers will get the opportunity to work with and learn from the Lady Dragon staff and players. Please Contact Coach Spiegel with any questions: 419-448-3308

Tiffin Women’s Basketball Post Camp (Grades 6-12) Dates: June 16 Where: Tiffin University, Gillmor Center Price: $50 per camper T-SHIRT INCLUDED! This camp is tailored to help a player become more of a threat in the paint and strengthen skills, embracing the physicality of the game and becoming those “and-1” players on the court. Along with the free T-shirt and instruction from Coach Oswald, her staff and post players, participants will receive a folder with all the workouts to take home. Post Camp will teach campers the following: offensive skills in the high and low post, post defense, rebounding technique, and knowledge of the game.


Junior Varsity Roster and Schedule

No. 3 4 11 21 22 23 24 33 34 40

Name Francesca Adams Lauren Merriman Beatrice Terrell Brittany Turner Danielle Glason Donielle Crall Briana Stevens Veronica Livingston Lindsey Hoffert Lesley Dotson

Year SR JR SO JR SR JR FR SO JR JR

Position G G G G G G G G F F

Hometown Toledo OH Mason OH Ferndale MI Cleveland OH Columbus OH Bucyrus OH Columbus OH Canton MI Old Fort OH Hilliard OH

Jennifer Rosselit - Associate Head Coach - 1st season Brandy Miller - Associate Head Coach - 1st season November 11 6:00PM 15 7:00PM 17 7:00PM 20 3:00PM 22 7:00PM 29 7:00PM December 4 3:00PM 6 7:00PM 8 7:00PM 16 7:00PM

@ Heidelberg University vs. University of Findlay vs. Walsh University @ Lourdes College @ Walsh University @ Heidelberg University vs. Lourdes College vs. Baldwin-Wallace College @ University of Findlay vs. Heidelberg University


3-Deidra Brown 5-9, JR, G Middletown OH

12 K li M 12-Karli Mastt 5-6, JR, G Berlin OH

33 Jennifer Johnston 33-Jennifer 5-7, SR, G Clarkston MI

4-Stephanie Kelly 5-3, JR, G Metamora MI

21 A d Baute B t 21-Amanda 5-10, SO, G/F Cincinnati OH

40 J i Harris H i 40-Jessica 6-1, JR, F Logan OH

Pam Oswald Head Coach Fifth Year

10 Holly Focke 10-Holly 5-7, SR, G Cincinnati OH

23-Melissa 23 M li Gilliland Gillil d 5-5, JR, G Columbus OH

42 i i A 42-Jillian Adams 5-9, SO, G Springfield OH

Kylene Spiegel Assistant Coach Third Year

11-Mandy Jaeb 5-3, SR, G Louisville OH

24 24-Mary 4M K Kate t C Campbell b ll 6-1, SO, F Columbus OH

52-Jessika Korzelius 6-0, JR, F Long Beach CA

James Bell Assistant Coach First Year

54-Erica Mathis 5-11, SO, F Cincinnati OH

2011-12 Tiffin University women's basketball media guide  
2011-12 Tiffin University women's basketball media guide  

2011-12 Tiffin University women's basketball media guide

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