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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. President 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 Ryan Sams...Head Women’s Golf Coach Jeremy Croy... Asst. Ath. Dir., Head Track Coach Dave Walkosky..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 Soccer Coach Jacqueline Crytzer....Athletic Trainer Dr. Bonnie Tiell...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 T.J. Shouse...Head Volleyball Coach Julie Vogel...Equestrian Coach Mark Schreiber...Women’s Lacrosse Coach Doug Jesse...Head Wrestling Coach Office phone - 419-448-3453 Location - Gillmor Student Center Mailing Address - 155 Miami St. Tiffin, Ohio 44883 FAX - 419-443-5007

09-10 FACULTY SPORT SPONSORS Football - Tim Shaw Volleyball - Jamie Orr 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 - Perry Haan Women’s Golf - Jan Samoriski Men’s Tennis - Terry Sullivan Women’s Tennis - Rhonda Gilreath 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 - Mike Herdlick Wrestling - Brad Rees

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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 provides access and opportunity for individuals and facilitates their preparation for successful careers and for productive and satisfying lives. Tiffin University represents a new kind of institution in America, the professional university, where the career objectives of traditional collegeage students and adult students are optimized through professionallyfocused undergraduate and graduate programs that have a broad general education foundation. This fundamental institutional strategy appropriately positions Tiffin for the 21st century. Visit our website www.tiffin.edu for information on our majors, faculty, athletics, student life programs and much more. Master of Business Administration General Management Healthcare Administration Leadership Sports Management Master of Science in Criminal Justice Crime Analysis Criminal Behavior Forensic Psychology Justice Administration Homeland Security Admin. Master of Humanities Master of Education Bachelor of Arts Arts Administration *Musical Industry *Visual Arts Communication *Electronic Media *Journalism *Public Relations Education *Integrated Language Arts *Integrated Social Studies *Middle Childhood Education English General Science Government and National Security History Psychology *Addictions Counseling *Experimental Psychology *Human Services

Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting Computer and Information Technology Finance Management *Equine Business Management *Hospitality and Tourism Management *Human Resources Management *International Business *Managerial Studies Marketing Organizational Management Sports and Recreation Management Bachelor of Criminal Justice Corrections Cyber Defense and Information Security Forensic Psychology Forensic Science Law Enforcement Homeland Security/Terrorism Associate of Business Administration Accounting Business Information Technology Associate of Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Associate of Arts General Studies

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.

Gillmor Student Center 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


2009-10 Season Preview One year in the GLIAC is all it took for the Tiffin women’s basketball team to realize what it takes to be a contender in the NCAA Division II ranks. Coming off a 7-20 record, with many of those losses by 10 points or less, the Dragons know that not only does it take prime physical conditioning but also complete mental focus to get to the top. Now with the knowledge of what to expect in the GLIAC, head coach Pam Oswald has set the bar very high but with very reachable goals in mind. The 2008-2009 squad started off rocky going 1-5 in their first 6 games. The Dragons’ first win in the GLIAC came in an 85-68 victory over foe Ferris State University. Tiffin started off their first campaign in their new conference by going 3-2 in their first 5 games. Staring at a 4-6 record the Dragons faced a difficult road ahead with several players becoming injured and unable to perform. Tiffin went on to only win 3 more games throughout the year. Without a deep bench to turn to the Dragons dropped 9 of their remaining 14 losses by 10 points or less. This year’s Tiffin squad is very young, returning 2 seniors and 2 juniors while adding 5 freshmen to the mix. Two returning starters anchor the Dragon attack in junior guard/forward Holly Focke and sophomore guard Mandy Jaeb. Senior center Katrina Clark looks to rebound from only 13 games a year ago and provide a physical presence in the paint. Junior guard Samantha McCall and sophomore guard Jennifer Johnston look to provide their threat from the 3 point line and knowledge of the system to spark the Dragons. After a season ending injury last year, redshirt freshman center Jessica Harris looks to put what she learned last year to use on the court. Rounding out the squad is freshmen guards Karli Mast, Melissa Gilliland, Stephanie Kelly, Jordan Jenkins and center Jonette McQueen. BACKCOURT This year’s strength again lies in the backcourt. The 2009-2010 backcourt is young with only one upperclassman. It is comprised of 1 junior, 2 sophomores, and 4 freshmen. Although young, Mandy Jaeb started almost every game last season and is the leading returner in scoring. Jennifer Johnston was one of the first players off the bench from a year ago and Samantha McCall brings with her 2 years of experience in Coach Oswald’s system. Although 4 freshmen added to the backcourt seems like a lot of inexperience, every single player comes from elite high school programs and have had plenty of success at the state level. Sophomore point guard Mandy Jaeb is looking to build upon last year’s season. As the returning leading scorer with 10.5 ppg, Jaeb is also looking to fill the assist column as the floor general. Jaeb’s definite strength is her quickness on defense, compiling 44 steals just a year ago. Jaeb has worked hard in the offseason on taking the ball to the hoop and drawing contact to get to the foul line. Opponents will want to keep her off the line after shooting a team high 86% from the charity stripe. Jennifer Johnston was a staple off the bench for the Dragons a year ago. The sophomore guard is looking to fill one of the vacant starting spots this season. Johnston showed what she is capable of in a game versus Slippery Rock University last season when she scored 10 points in just 12 minutes of play and shooting nearly 40% from the 3 pt. line. Junior Samantha McCall looks to use 2 years of experience to have an impact this year. McCall can be a threat when left open from the 3 pt. line. Knowing the opportunity is there McCall has worked on other aspects of her game over the offseason. The backcourt is rounded out by the addition of 4 freshmen. Stephanie Kelly, Karli Mast, Melissa Gilliland, and Jordan Jenkins look to add their presence in the lineup this season.


FRONTCOURT This year’s Dragon frontcourt provides a little experience but also plenty of young raw talent. This year’s group has a hard-nosed, aggressive style that possesses the skill to do things not only around the bucket but from outside facing the bucket also. Junior forward Holly Focke provides a versatility that can prove to be very difficult for opponents. Averaging nearly 7 ppg, Focke was also second on the team in rebounding at 6 rpg, third on the team in steals with 34, and second on the team in assists with 75 and blocked 11 shots. Focke not only possesses the quickness in the post to take you off the dribble, the strength to get points with her back to the basket, but also can hit the trey, shooting 38% from behind the arc. Senior center Katrina Clark is entering her second season with the Dragons. Only playing in 13 games a year ago with 10 starts, Clark is looking to use her aggressive style of play to anchor the post. Having a year in the Tiffin system will help Clark establish herself more on the court and in the battles down low. Jessica Harris is entering her second year with the Dragons. After a season ending injury early in the year, Harris is looking to bounce back and use that year of experience watching and coaching her teammates on the court. Senior center Alexis Karel is physically unable to perform this season due to recent knee surgery. Karel played the last 2 seasons under Coach Oswald. Karel will use her knowledge of the system to help guide the underclassmen and provide an extra set of eyes for the coaching staff. The only newcomer to the frontcourt is freshman center Jonette McQueen, who looks to make her 6 foot 3 inch presence felt down low. THE SCHEDULE The 2009-2010 season starts off with regional opponent Slippery Rock University on Nov. 15th on the campus of Tiffin University. The Dragons then log the miles when they fly to Merrimack College outside of Boston, Massachusetts for the Merrimack Tournament on Nov. 20th and 21st. Tiffin travels to Pennsylvania Conference powerhouse Gannon University (ranked #21 in the nation) on Dec.8th before closing out their non-conference schedule at home with future GLIAC foe Lake Erie college on Dec. 28th. The Dragons’ GLIAC championship bid begins when they travel to the 13th ranked team in the nation Grand Valley State University on Dec.3rd.


2009-10 Tiffin University Dragons

No. #4 #10 #11 #12 #21 #22 #23 #24 #33 #34 #40 #44

Name Stephanie Kelly Holly Focke Mandy Jaeb Karli Mast Jordan Jenkins Samantha McCall Melissa Gilliland Katrina Clark Jennifer Johnston Alexis Karel Jessica Harris Jonette McQueen

Position G G G G G G G C G C F C

Head Coach: Pam Oswald (third year) Assistant Coach: Jon Tucker (first year) Graduate Assistant: Kylene Spiegel (first year)

Ht. 5’3 5’9 5’3 5’6 5’9 5’7 5’5 6’1 5’7 6’2 6’0 6’3

Year Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown Metamora MI Cincinnati, OH Louisville, OH Berlin, OH Hartville, OH Dearborn, MI Columbus, OH Pickerington, OH Clarkston, MI Mentor, OH Logan, OH Findlay OH


pam

OSWALD

3rd season head coach Berlin, Ohio Malone ‘95 Pam Oswald is entering her third season as the head coach of the Dragons women’s basketball team for the upcoming 2009-10 season Last season Oswald led Tiffin to a 7-20 record in their first full season in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. During the 2007-08 season Tiffin struggled early on, but the young team showed resolve late by winning three of its final eight contests—including a double-digit road win in the regular-season finale. Finishing the 2007-08 season with a record of 12-15, the Dragons were 5-10 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 programs 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 College 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.


jon

TUCKER

1st season assistant coach Wooster, Ohio Alderson Broaddus ‘05 Jon Tucker enters his first season with the Dragons, after spending three years working with the women’s program at Alderson Broaddus as an assistant coach. His responsibilities include being recruiting coordinator, scouting and working with the team’s post players. A Wooster, OH native, Tucker also assisted at his alma-mater Triway High School with the boys basketball team. During the 2005-06 season the Titans were the Division II Ohio State Runner-Up, posting a 26-1 record.

kylene

SPIEGEL

1st season assistant coach Morenci, MI Tiffin ‘09 Kylene Spiegel enters her first season on staff after closing out her playing career with the Dragons. Spiegel, who works with the Dragons perimeter players, is also responsible for coordinating team travel and community service events. Spiegel graduated from Tiffin University in 2009 after a four-year career that saw her earn All-Conference and All-Independent honors while finishing with 1105 points. She holds TU career records for assists with 468, good for a 4.4 per game average. She also holds the single season record with 143 assists. She has a degree in Sports Management and is currently pursuing her Master's degree from Tiffin University.


2009-10 DRAGON BASKETBALL

holly

FOCKE

junior guard/forward

5-7 Cincinnati, Ohio Colerain

10

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 career highs double-double in a win over Saginaw Valley with 12 points and Points: 18 Wayne State (1/29/09) 11 boards . . . Shot 50% or better from the floor on 7 different occasions . . . Led the team in charges taken with 13 and was Rebounds: 11 awarded the Charge Award at the annual team banquet.

Saginaw Valley (2/14/09) Ashland (1/3/09)

2007-08: (Freshman) Played in all 27 games with 20 starts . . . Averaged 26 minutes per game . . . Averaged 4.7 points and 4 Assists: 6 rebounds per game while shooting 29 percent from behind the Gannon (11/25/08) arc . . . Scored seven points on six different occasions . . . Steals: 4 Grabbed four rebounds or more in 10 games . . . Grabbed a Hillsdale (1/24/09) career high 10 rebounds in a win over Oakland City . . . Recorded a season high 15 points, on 3 of 5 shooting from threepoint range and 4 of 4 from the charity stripe, to go along with 4 rebounds in a home win vs Oakland City . . . Dished out five assists along with 6 points and 4 rebounds versus Wayne State and Mercyhurst . . . Netted 10 points and five rebounds against Indianapolis

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. . . . . Majoring in Hospitality Management. focke’s career statistics Min--Avg

|---TOTAL---| FG FGA Pct

Year

GP-GS

08-09

27-18 180 28.9 60-153 .392

07-08 27-20 7 10 26.3

|---3-PTS---| 3FG - FGA Pct 19-50 .380

FT-FTA Pct

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl

38-51 .745 42 120 162 6.0 55 1

43-121 .355 13-44 .295 28-43 .651

34 73 107 4.0 39

1

75 50 11 51 37

Pts

34 177

2 24

127

Avg 6.6 4.7


2009-10 DRAGON BASKETBALL

samantha junior guard

5-7

McCALL Dearborn, Michigan Cabrini

2008-09: (Sophomore) Averaged 3 points per game while averaging 3.5 minutes . . . Scored 4 points, 2 rebounds and had one steal in a win over Saginaw Valley . . . Shot 100% from the floor on 2 occasions . . . Had 3 points on 50% shooting from behind the arc versus Ferris State. 2007-08: (Freshman) Played in sixteen games . . . Scored three points in a loss to Ashland . . . Averaged 5 minutes a game.

22 career highs Points: 4

Pre-Tiffin Career: Attended Cabrini High School where she was Saginaw Valley (2/14/09) coached by Mike Rozanski. . . Was a Fifth Team All-Michigan selection . . . Earned All-League honors, All-Catholic honors, AllDownriver honors and 5th team All-State. Personal: Daughter of Bill and Macie McCall . . . has two sisters, Billie and Thera, and a brother, Kyle. . . . . Majoring in Sports Management. mccall’s career statistics |---3-PTS---| Year GP-GS

Min--Avg

08-09

15-0

53

3.5

07-08

16-0

86 5.4

|---TOTAL |----REBOUNDS----| FG FGA Pct 3FG - FGA Pct 3-12 .250 1-15

3-10

.067

---| FT-FTA Pct

.300 1-3

1-14 .071

0-0

katrina senior center

Off Def Tot

.333 2 .000

0

Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl

3

5

0.3 3

3

3

0.2 12

0 0

3 5

9 8

0 0

Pts

Avg

1

10

0.7

4

3

0.2

CLARK

6-1

Pickerington, Ohio

Southwest Baptist

2008-09: (Junior) Averaged 3.4 points and 1.8 rebounds in 13 games . . . Had a career high 14 points, on 6 of 10 shooting from the floor versus Northern Michigan . . . Netted 8 points and 2 rebounds in a loss to Indianapolis . . . Collected 5 rebounds, while scoring 6 points and 2 steals versus Grand Valley.

24

Pre-Tiffin Career: Leading rebounder, second leading scorer while career highs at Columbus State . . . NJCAA Honorable Mention & a NJCAA sec- Points: 14 Northern Michigan ond team honoree. (1/8/09)

Personal: Daughter of Curtis & Sheron Clark . . . Older brother Rebounds: 5 Curtis and younger sister Kurnessa. Majoring in Forensic Science. Grand Valley (12/4/08)


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mandy sophomore guard

JAEB 5-3 Louisville, Ohio Louisville

11

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 careerhigh 21 points, shooting 50% from the floor and 60% from behind the arc, while grabbing 5 rebounds versus Northwood . . . Netted 17 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals in a loss to Michigan Tech . . . Had 15 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 career highs steals vs Northern Michigan . . . Dished out 3 or more asPoints: 21 sists on 8 different occasions . . .Led the team in free throw Northwood (1/31/09) percentage with 85% . . . Averaged 10.5 points and 2.8 rebounds per game . . . Was voted Newcomer of the Year at Rebounds: 6 Lake Superior (2/12/09) the team’s annual banquet. 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.

Assists: 6 Saginaw Valley (12/18/08) Northern Michigan (2/7/09) Steals: 5 Northern Michigan (2/7/09)

Personal Information: Daughter of Tom and Jo Lynn Jaeb . . . One older sister, Amber . . . Majoring in Finance.

jaeb’s career statistics Min--Avg

|---TOTAL---| FG FGA Pct

Year

GP-GS

08-09

27-23 760 27.8 98-252 .389

|---3-PTS---| 3FG - FGA Pct

FT-FTA Pct

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl

34-104 .327 54-63 .857 28 47 75

2.8 75

2

58 55 1

44

Pts 284

Avg 10.5


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jen

JOHNSTON

sophomore guard

5-7 Clarkston, Michigan Clarkston

33

2008-09: (Freshman) Averaged 3 points and 1.1 rebounds per game . . . Scored a career-hight 10 points, in 2 of 3 shooting from 3point 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 Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 14 points, 5 re- Points: 10 bounds, 6 assists and 2 steals per game her Slippery Rock (11/20/08) last year at Clarkston High School . . . Shot 87% from the free throw line . . . Was an OAA Rebounds: 3 Division I First Team selection . . .Was an All- Hillsdale State Honorable Mention honoree . . . Varsity (2/26/09) MVP. Assists: 2 Michigan Tech (2/5/09)

Personal: Daughter of Phil and Tami Johnston . . . Siblings Phil Jr., Andrew and Chris . . . Majoring in Business. Steals: 2

Lake Superior (2/12/09)

johnston’s career statistics Year

GP-GS

08-09

25-0

Min--Avg

|---TOTAL---| FG FGA Pct

299 12.0 30-70

|---3-PTS---| 3FG - FGA Pct

.429 13-34

FT-FTA Pct

.382 2-4

.500

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl 14 13 27

1.1 16

0 15 18

0

2

Pts

Avg

75

3.0


2009-10 DRAGON BASKETBALL

stephanie

KELLY

freshman guard 5-3 Metamora, Michigan Flint Powers Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 7 points, 4 steals and 4.6 assists per a game during her senior year . . . Shot 70% from the charity stripe . . . Was a First team Big Nine selection . . . Honorable Mention AllState BCAM.

4

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

karli

MAST

freshman guard 5-6

Berlin, Ohio Hiland

12

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

jordan

JENKINS

freshman guard 5-9

Hartville, Ohio

Lake

21

Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 12.9 points, 4.4 rebounds and dished out 2.6 assists as a Blue Streak . . . Holds records for most 3-pt. field goals in a single season (67), most 3-pt. goals in a career (135) and best 3-pt. percentage for a season (41%) . . . Was named Honorable Mention Northeast Inland District . . . First team All District #4 Coaches and Second team All Federal League honoree . . .OHSBCA Top 3 pt. field goal percentage in the state of Ohio. Personal: Daughter of Rick and Dory Jenkins . . . Has a brother, Cody and a sister, Lindsey . . . Majoring in Sports Management.


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melissa

GILLILAND

freshman guard 5-5

Columbus, Ohio

Bishop Watterson

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 selection her senior year . . .

23

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

jessica

HARRIS

freshman R center 6-1

Logan, Ohio Logan

2008-09: (Freshman) Redshirted for the season.

40

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 . . . Two-time District Player of the Year and SEOAL Player of the Year . . . Eclipsed 1,000 points her senior year. Personal: Daughter of David & Carolyn Harris and Janet Harris . . . Siblings Kari, Kaylee, Kendra, Kourtney, Krista and Andrew . . . Majoring in Law Enforcement.

jonette freshman center 6-3

McQUEEN Findlay, Ohio Findlay

44

Pre-Tiffin Career: Averaged 6.7 points, 5.4 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per contest at Findlay High School . . . Holds records for blocks in a season (71), blocks in a game (9) and blocks in a career (190) at Findlay . . . Second team all conference selection . . . Played in the District 8 All Star game . . . Played in the Division I Final Four in 2007.

Personal: Daughter of John and Colette McQueen . . . Siblings Marcus, Candice and Christina . . . Majoring in Psychology.


alexis

KAREL

senior—rs center Concord Twp., Ohio Lake Catholic 2009-10: Will red-shirt this season due to injury. 2008-09: (Junior) Led the team in blocks with 12 . . . Averaged 5.4 points and 3.4 rebounds per contest . . . Scored a season high 16 points on two different occasions . . . Reached double-figures in scoring five times . . . Versus Michigan Tech had 16 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals . . . Scored 16 points, 7 boards and dished out three assists in a loss to Wheeling Jesuit . . . In 23 minutes of play netted 14 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in a win over Ferris State . . . Was selected to the GLIAC All-Academic team. 2007-08: (Sophomore) Played in all 27 games averaging 8.1 points and 4.9 rebounds per game while shooting 50 percent from the floor . . . Grabbed six or more rebounds in eight games . . . In a win over Mount Olive recorded a double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds . . . Hauled in 12 boards in a road win over Mercyhurst . . . Reached doublefigures in scoring eleven times . . . Had 17 points and 9 rebounds in a victory over West Liberty . . . Shot 53 percent from the floor and was 3-of-3 from the free throw line in that game.

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2006-07: (Freshman) Played in 29 games with 12 starts . . . Averaged 9 points and 5 rebounds per game . . . Led the team in scoring four times . . . Scored 17 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in a loss to Ohio Valley . . . Shot 50 percent from the floor . . . Had a season high 27 blocked shots . . . Named All-Freshman team ICAA . . . Was a AMC All-Freshman team selection. Pre-Tiffin Career: Attended Lake Catholic High School where she was coached by Frank Soria . . . Was a three-time All-Ohioan and All-Region selection . . . Helped her team reach the Final Four her junior and senior year with a State Runner-Up finish her senior year . . . Averaged 11 points, 6.9 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game her senior year.

karel’s career statistics Min--Avg

|---TOTAL---| FG FGA Pct

|---3-PTS---| 3FG - FGA Pct

Year

GP-GS

08-09

27-7 495 18.3

07-08

27-16 578 21.4 97-192

06-07

29-12 526 18.1 112-223 .503 0-3

64-134 .478

FT-FTA Pct

|----REBOUNDS----| Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl

0-0

.000

18-26 .692 26

67 93

.505 0-0

.000

26-35 .743 56

77 133 4.9 82

.000 36-48 . 750 49 95

3.4 81

144 5.0 77

2 13 35 12

Pts

14 146

Avg 5.4

4 22 55

15

13 220

8.1

0 17 45

27

9

9.0

260


On the Road With the Dragons... Directions to Gannon

Directions to Michigan Tech

Directions to Northwood

1: Turn onto OH-18 E 2: Turn RIGHT onto CR-46. 3: Turn LEFT onto OH-269. 4: Turn RIGHT onto OH-547. 5: Turn LEFT onto OH-4. 6: Turn LEFT to take the OHIO TURNPIKE ramp. 7: Merge onto I-80 E (Portions toll). 8: Merge onto I-480 E via EXIT 151 toward CLEVELAND. 9: Take the I-71 N exit, EXIT 11, toward CLEVELAND. 10: Merge onto BEREA FWY. 11: BEREA FWY becomes I-71 N. 12: I-71 N becomes I-90 E (Crossing into PENNSYLVANIA). 13: Merge onto I-79 N via EXIT 22B toward ERIE. 14: Merge onto PA-5 E/W 12TH ST via EXIT 183A. 15: Turn LEFT onto LIBERTY ST. 16: Turn RIGHT onto PARK AVE S/PA-5 ALT E. 17: Turn LEFT onto POPLAR ST/PA-5 ALT E. 18: Turn RIGHT onto W 6TH ST/PA-5 ALT.

1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Take I-75 N toward I-75 (Portions toll). 10: Merge onto US-2 via EXIT 344B toward MANISTIQUE/ESCANABA. 11: Turn RIGHT onto MI-77. 12: Turn LEFT onto MI-28. 13: Turn LEFT onto E MUNISING AVE/MI-28. Continue to follow MI-28. 14: Turn RIGHT onto US-41/MI-28. 15: Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto US-41 W/MI-28 W. Continue to follow US-41 W. 16: End at 1400 Townsend Dr Houghton, MI 499311200

1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Merge onto I-75 BR W/MI-25 W via EXIT 162B toward US-10 W/MIDLAND. 10: I-75 BR W/MI-25 W becomes US-10 W. 11: Take the US-10-BR/EASTMAN AVE exit. 12: Turn LEFT onto US-10 BR/EASTMAN AVE. 13: Turn RIGHT onto N SAGINAW RD. 14: Turn LEFT onto NORTHWOOD DR. 15: Turn LEFT onto WHITING DR. 16: End at 4000 Whiting Dr Midland, MI 486406634

Directions to Ferris State

Directions to Lake Superior St.

1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Merge onto I-96 W via EXIT 60B on the LEFT toward BRIGHTON/LANSING. 10: Keep LEFT to take I-96 W toward GD RAPIDS. 11: Merge onto US-131 N via EXIT 31B toward BIG RAPIDS/CADILLAC. 12: Take the M-20 W exit, EXIT 131, toward WHITE CLOUD. 13: Turn RIGHT onto 8 MILE RD. 14: Turn LEFT onto NORTHLAND DR N. 15: End at 1201 S State St Big Rapids, MI 493072747

1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Take I-75 N toward I-75 (Portions toll). 10: Take the EASTERDAY AVE exit, EXIT 394. 11: Turn RIGHT onto I-75 SPUR/MI-129/EASTERDAY AVE. 12: End at 650 W Easterday Ave Sault Sainte Marie, MI 497831656

Directions to Merrimack 1: Turn onto OH-18 E 2: Turn RIGHT onto CR-46. 3: Turn LEFT onto OH-269. 4: Turn RIGHT onto OH-547. 5: Turn LEFT onto OH-4. 6: Turn LEFT to take the OHIO TURNPIKE ramp. 7: Merge onto I-80 E (Portions toll). 8: Merge onto I-480 E via EXIT 151 toward CLEVELAND. 9: Take the I-71 N exit, EXIT 11, toward CLEVELAND. 10: Merge onto BEREA FWY. 11: BEREA FWY becomes I-71 N. 12: I-71 N becomes I-90 E (Portions toll) (Passing through PENNSYLVANIA, then crossing into NEW YORK). 13: Keep RIGHT to take I-87 S/NEW YORK STATE THRUWAY S toward MASS PIKE/NEW YORK/BOSTON (Portions toll). 14: Take EXIT 21A toward I-90 E/MASS TPKE/BOSTON. 15: Merge onto NEW YORK STATE THRUWAY E (Portions toll) (Crossing into MASSACHUSETTS). 16: NEW YORK STATE THRUWAY E becomes I-90 E/MASS PIKE/ MASSACHUSETTS TURNPIKE (Portions toll). 17: Merge onto I-495 N via EXIT 11A toward MARLBOROUGH/N.H.MAINE. 18: Take the RT-114 E exit, EXIT 42A, toward MIDDLETON. 19: Merge onto MA-114/SALEM TURNPIKE. Directions to Ashland 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn RIGHT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53. 3: Turn LEFT onto US-224. 4: Turn RIGHT onto OH-103. 5: Turn LEFT onto BASE LINE RD. 6: BASE LINE RD becomes W BROADWAY. 7: Turn RIGHT onto TRUX ST/OH-603. Continue to follow OH-603. 8: Turn LEFT onto OH-96/OH-603. Continue to follow OH-96. 9: Turn RIGHT onto US-250/COTTAGE ST/OH-511/OH-60. 10: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto CLAREMONT AVE. 11: Turn LEFT onto W WALNUT ST. 12: Turn RIGHT onto GRANT ST.

13: End at 401 College Ave Ashland, OH 44805-3702 Directions to Northern Michigan 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Take I-75 N toward I-75 (Portions toll). 10: Merge onto US-2 via EXIT 344B toward MANISTIQUE/ESCANABA. 11: Turn RIGHT onto MI-77. 12: Turn LEFT onto MI-28. 13: Turn LEFT onto E MUNISING AVE/MI-28. Continue to follow MI-28. 14: Turn RIGHT onto US-41/MI-28. 15: US-41/MI-28 becomes S FRONT ST/US-41 BR. 16: Turn LEFT onto W WASHINGTON ST/US-41 BR. 17: Turn RIGHT onto N 4TH ST. 18: N 4TH ST becomes PRESQUE ISLE AVE. 19: End at 1401 Presque Isle Ave Marquette, MI 49855-5305

Directions to Grand Valley State 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Merge onto I-96 W via EXIT 60B on the LEFT toward BRIGHTON/LANSING.10: Keep LEFT to take I-96 W toward GD RAPIDS. 11: Keep LEFT to take I-196 W via EXIT 37 toward DOWNTOWN/GD RAPIDS/HOLLAND. 12: Take the CHICAGO DR WEST exit, EXIT 69B. 13: Merge onto CHICAGO DR/MI-21 W. 14: Turn RIGHT onto COTTONWOOD DR. 15: COTTONWOOD DR becomes FILLMORE ST. 16: Turn RIGHT onto 42ND AVE. 17: Turn RIGHT onto S CAMPUS DR. 18: Turn LEFT to stay on S CAMPUS DR. 19: End at 1 Campus Dr Allendale, MI 494019401 Directions to Wayne State 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto OH-420 N via EXIT 81A toward I-280/TOLEDO. 8: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto I-280 N. 9: Merge onto I-75 N toward DETROIT (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 10: Take EXIT 47A toward M-3/CLARK AVE. 11: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto FISHER FWY W. 12: Turn RIGHT onto CLARK ST. 13: Turn LEFT onto FORT ST W/MI-3. 14: Turn LEFT onto ROSA PARKS BLVD. 15: Turn RIGHT onto FISHER FWY W. 16: Turn SLIGHT LEFT to take the M-10 N ramp toward SOUTHFIELD. 17: Merge onto MI-10 N/JOHN C LODGE FWY. 18: Take EXIT 3 toward FOREST AVE/WARREN AVE. 19: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto JOHN C LODGE FWY. 20: Turn LEFT onto WARREN AVE W. 21: Turn RIGHT onto JOHN C LODGE FWY. 22: End at 5101 John C Lodge Fwy Detroit, MI 48202-3327

Directions to Saginaw Valley St. 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Merge onto I-75 S/US-23 N via the ramp on the LEFT toward DAYTON/ANN ARBOR. 8: Merge onto US-23 N via EXIT 192 toward MAUMEE/ANN ARBOR (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 9: Merge onto I-675 N via EXIT 150 toward DOWNTOWN/SAGINAW. 10: Take the TITTABAWASSEE RD exit, EXIT 6, toward ZILWAUKEE. 11: Turn LEFT onto TITTABAWASSEE RD. 12: Turn RIGHT onto BAY RD/MI-84 N. 13: End at 7400 Bay Rd Saginaw, MI 486049733 Directions to Hillsdale 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn LEFT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53 N. 3: Take the ramp toward US-20 W/FREMONT/TOLEDO. 4: Turn RIGHT. 5: Stay STRAIGHT to go onto ramp. 6: Merge onto US-20 W. 7: Turn RIGHT onto OH-51. 8: Merge onto I-80 W/I-90 W toward TOLEDO (Portions toll). 9: Merge onto OH-15 N via EXIT 13 toward PIONEER (Crossing into MICHIGAN). 10: OH-15 N becomes MI-99/PIONEER RD. 11: Turn LEFT onto MI-99/HUDSON RD. Continue to follow MI-99. 12: Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto N BROAD ST. 13: Turn RIGHT onto CARLETON RD E. 14: Turn LEFT onto OAK ST/STATE RD. Continue to follow OAK ST. 15: End at 201 Oak St Hillsdale, MI 492421361 Directions to Findlay 1: Start out going SOUTHEAST on MIAMI ST toward OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. 2: Turn RIGHT onto OH-53/S SANDUSKY ST. Continue to follow OH-53. 3: Turn RIGHT onto US224. 4: Turn LEFT to stay on US224. 5: Turn RIGHT onto US-224/N MAIN ST/I-75BL. 6: End at 1000 N Main St Findlay, OH 458403653


Tiffin University enters its second season as a 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 in 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. 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.


2009 Tiffin University Shoot Out The Tiffin University Women’s Basketball Team is hosting their third annual high school summer shoot out on June 11-13, 2010. This three-day event is open to high school varsity girls basketball teams looking for competitive games and an overall good experience. Coaches can choose to play three, six, or nine games over the course of one or two days. To ensure each team gets the experience they were looking for, each coach can choose to play in the top level, mid level, or lower level. You can expect the Tiffin University Summer Shoot Out to be a well organized event with games that run on time. All games will be officiated by licensed officials. Concession stands and t-shirts sales will be available. If you would like to register or find out more information about this event, please contact Jon Tucker. Jon Tucker Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach 419-448-3503

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 2008-09 Leanne Lucius - GLIAC Second Team 2007-08 Leanne Lucius - ICAA Second Team Megan Fletcher - ICAA Second Team Kylene Spiegel - ICAA Third Team 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 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

2003-04 Heather Hill - Second Team AMC Brienne Beaschler - Second Team AMC Dawn Hostetler - Honorable Mention AMC 2002-03 - Region IX Final Four Nicki King - First Team AMC Heather Hill - Honorable Mention AMC Brienne Beaschler - Freshman of the Year AMC 2001-02 Laura Goins - Second Team AMC Jacki Swaisgood - Honorable Mention AMC Nicki King - Honorable Mention AMC 2000-01 NAIA National Tournament appearance Laura Goins - Second Team AMC Jacki Swaisgood - Honorable Mention AMC 1999-00 Melanie Sears - NAIA All-American, First Team AMC Jill Moldenhauer - Honorable Mention AMC Laura Goins - Honorable Mention AMC 1998-99

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

Melanie Sears - NAIA All-American, Second Team AMC Kelly Jakubowski - Honorable Mention AMC

Academic Honors 2008-09

2002-03

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

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

Laura Goins - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar

Leanne Lucius - CoSIDA 2nd Team All-District

2000-01

2005-06

Laura Goins - NAIA Scholar, AMC Scholar

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

2003-04 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


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. Six 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


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

Points - Season 603 93-94 530 94-95 487 86-87 473 94-95 471 85-86 468 95-96 456 91-92 454 92-93 447 99-00 437 91-92

Field Goals Attempted - Season 1. Angie Shardo 490 93-94 2. Ashley Allen 457 95-96 3. Leslie Isles 432 86-87 4. Angie Shardo 387 94-95 5. Ashley Allen 373 94-95 6. Melanie Sears 367 99-00 7. Lisa Witt 366 93-94 8. Laura Goins 352 00-01 9. Susan Miller 346 90-91 10. Heidi Bunker 339 89-90 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. Angie Shardo 165 92-93 9. Cindy Baker 161 91-92 10. Ashley Allen 159 95-96 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. Jaclyn Burton 131 05-06 Three-Point Made - Season 1. Ashley Allen 94 94-95 2. Ashley Allen 74 95-96 3. Kylene Spiegel 61 06-07 4. Leanne Lucius 49 06-07 5. Leanne Lucius 48 08-09 6. Jaclyn Burton 45 05-06 Heather Hill 45 03-04

Free Throw Attempts - Season 1. Lois Collins 266 85-86 2. Melanie Sears 172 99-00 3. Brienne Beaschler 150 05-06 4. Jacki Swaisgood 146 00-01 5. Lois Collins 129 87-88 6. Lois Collins 128 88-89 7. Kellie Jakubowski 124 97-98 8. Melanie Sears 122 98-99 Free Throw Made - Season 1. Lois Collins 191 85-86 2. Brienne Beaschler 128 05-06 3. Melanie Sears 112 99-00 4. Susan Miller 99 90-91 5. Jacki Swaisgood 98 00-01 6. Lois Collins 91 88-89 7. Melanie Sears 89 98-99 Cindy Baker 89 91-92 9. Angie Shardo 86 94-95 10. Lois Collins 85 87-88 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 08-09 3. Brienne Beaschler .853 05-06 4. Megan Fletcher .848 08-09 5. Fallon Sanborn .843 07-08 6. Jenny Kane .832 90-91 7. Leanne Lucius .821 07-08 8. Brienne Beaschler .811 02-03 9. Leanne Lucius .797 08-09 10. Kellie Jakubowski .789 98-99


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. Ashley Allen 17.5 94-95 6. Melanie Sears 16.8 98-99 7. Melanie Sears 16.6 99-00 8. Cindy Baker 16.3 91-92 Susan Miller 16.3 90-91 10. Susan Miller 16.2 92-93 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. Brienne Beaschler 232 05-06 Brienne Beaschler 232 04-05 9. Karen Kordish 227 86-87

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. Brienne Beaschler 38 02-03 8. Brienne Beaschler 34 04-05 9. Angie Shardo 28 94-95 10. Two with 27

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. Jen Laker 9.3 95-96 Susan Miller 9.3 90-91 8. Brienne Beaschler 8.6 04-05 9. Jen Laker 8.4 96-97 10. Brienne Beaschler 8.3 05-06

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. Susan Miller 278 89-93 4. Kellie Jakubowski 255 95-99 5. Jacki Swaisgood 251 98-02 6. Nicki King 250 00-04 7. Angie Shardo 248 91-95 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. Brienne Beaschler .808 02-06 2. Jenny Kane .799 89-93 3. Heather Hill .776 02-05 4. Megan Fletcher .770 07-09 5. Leanne Lucius .759 05-09 6. Ashley Allen .745 93-96 7. Kim Lawson .717 99-03 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. Lois Collins 14.7 85,97-89 5. Susan Miller 13.4 89-93 6. Megan Fletcher 12.7 07-09 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. Karen Kordish 8.2 85-89 4. Lois Collins 7.8 85,87-89 5. 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. Lisa Witt

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 00-04 140 90-94


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. Kellie Jakubowski 1183 95-99 6. Leanne Lucius 1169 05-09 7. Ashley Allen 1160 93-96 8. Megan Fletcher 1152 05-09 (07-09 TU) 9. Kylene Spiegel 1105 05-09 10. Jenny Kane 1098 89-93 11. Nicki King 1094 00-04 12. Jacki Swaisgood 1067 98-02 13. Lois Collins 1047 85-89 14. Jen Laker 968 93-97 15. Tonya Swick 954 95-99 16. Tracy Almanson 906 86-90 17. Lisa Witt 822 90-94 18. Melanie Sears 816 98-00 19. Karen Kordish 749 85-89 20. Sarah Pitson 744 03-07 21. Anissa Rhodebeck 697 86-88,89-90 22. Heather Hill 678 02-05

Ashley Allen

Susan Miller

Laura Goins


Rebounds

Single game records 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. 163 5. 159 6. 155

2006-07 2008-09 2007-08 2005-06 2000-01 2003-04

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. 268

1989-90 2000-01 2001-02 1991-92 1985-86 1992-93 2002-03

1. 371 2. 413 3. 443 4. 463 5. 474 6. 492

1986-87 2008-09 1989-90 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06

Points

Assists

Scoring Average

Steals

Free Throws

Turnovers


RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 7-20 6-16 1-4

HOME 3-9 3-8 0-1

AWAY 4-11 3-8 1-3

##

Player

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

04 10 11 14 21 22 23 24 33 34 40 54

Megan Jesulaitis Holly Focke Mandy Jaeb Fallon Sanborn Megan Fletcher Samantha McCall Kylene Spiegel Katrina Clark Jennifer Johnston Alexis Karel Jessica Harris Leanne Lucius Team Total.......... Opponents......

8-0 27-18 27-23 25-17 26-10 15-0 27-25 13-10 25-0 27-7 4-0 27-25

22 780 750 492 645 53 836 175 299 495 24 828

1-2 38-51 54-63 11-17 67-79 1-3 40-56 10-17 2-4 18-26 1-2 47-59

27 27

5399 5400

Score by Periods Tiffin University Opponents

2.8 28.9 27.8 19.7 24.8 3.5 31.0 13.5 12.0 18.3 6.0 30.7

1st 833 853

0 42 28 30 22 2 27 3 14 26 3 37 50 637-1590 .401 199-594 .335 290-379 .765 284 658-1471 .447 159-442 .360 394-545 .723 266

2nd 930 1016

.222 .392 .389 .339 .403 .250 .366 .436 .429 .478 .571 .429

2-7 19-50 34-104 20-66 24-93 3-10 36-108 0-0 13-34 0-0 0-1 48-121

Date

Time 4 PM

11/16

6 PM

at Wheeling Jesuit

66-69

1-1

11/20

7 PM

at Slippery Rock

57-76

1-2

at Indianapolis

62-68

1-3

Gannon

59-67

1-4

12/4

6 PM

Grand Valley State

55-66

1-5

12/6

1 PM

Ferris State

85-68

2-5

at Ashland

58-73

2-6

12/18

6 PM

Saginaw Valley State

75-53

3-6

12/20

2 PM

Lake Superior State

75-59

4-6

1/3

1 PM

Ashland

67-73

4-7

1/8

5:30 PM

at Northern Michigan

60-69

4-8

at Michigan Tech

59-83

4-9

1/15

6:00 PM

at Ferris State

82-83 4-10

1/17

1 PM

at Grand Valley State

54-78 4-11

1/22

6 PM

Findlay

62-73 4-12

1/24

2 PM

Hillsdale

61-75 4-13

1/29

5:30 PM

at Wayne State

74-64 5-13

1/31

1 PM

at Northwood

52-62 5-14

2/5

6 PM

Michigan Tech

63-72 5-15

2/7

1 PM

Northern Michigan

70-76 5-16

2/12

5:30 PM

at Lake Superior State

77-65 6-16

2/14

1 PM

at Saginaw Valley State

73-55 7-16

2/19

6 PM

Northwood

54-62 7-17

2/21

2 PM

Wayne State

58-76 7-18

2/26

6 PM

at Hillsdale

74-76 7-19

2/28

1 PM

at Findlay

61-64 7-20

Home games in bold

1 120 47 30 79 3 49 20 13 67 6 150 53 638 727

1 162 75 60 101 5 76 23 27 93 9 187 103 922 993

0.1 6.0 2.8 2.4 3.9 0.3 2.8 1.8 1.1 3.4 2.3 6.9

pf dq

3 55 75 34 49 3 66 30 16 81 6 60

34.1 478 36.8 401

a

0 2 1 75 2 58 0 30 0 56 0 3 3 104 1 5 0 15 2 13 0 0 0 29

to blk stl

2 50 55 43 79 9 40 13 18 35 3 61 5 9 390 413 - 399 446

pts

avg

7 177 284 117 315 10 242 44 75 146 9 337

0.9 6.6 10.5 4.7 12.1 0.7 9.0 3.4 3.0 5.4 2.3 12.5

37 204 1763 69 178 1869

65.3 69.2

0 11 1 0 5 0 0 4 0 12 0 4

0 34 44 12 38 1 24 5 2 14 0 30

1-0

6 PM

1/10 1:00 PM

.500 .745 .857 .647 .848 .333 .714 .588 .500 .692 .500 .797

Score Record

West Liberty at Wheeling Jesuit Classic 69-65

11/25

12/15 5:30 PM

.286 .380 .327 .303 .258 .300 .333 .000 .382 .000 .000 .397

Rebounds def tot avg

Totals 1763 1869

11/15

11/22 5:30 PM

Opponent

2-9 60-153 98-252 43-127 112-278 3-12 83-227 17-39 30-70 64-134 4-7 121-282

off

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

Leanne Lucius led the Dragons in scoring with 337 points.


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. Being a member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), widely recognized as one of the finest NCAA Division II conferences, ensures that Tiffin University is competing against some of the strongest competition in the nation. 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. The Tiffin University Athletic Department and its student-athletes would like to recognize and praise those individuals and businesses that have established a partnership with Tiffin University and we look forward to their continued support and friendship.

Premier Sponsors 

Smith Family Frosted Foods

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Old Fort Bank

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Reineke Ford Dealerships

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Lane of Dreams

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Fabrizio Chiropractic

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UHS - University Housing Solutions

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Tiffin Scenic Studio

Major Sponsors     

Corporate One Benefits Agency, Inc. National City Bank Holiday Inn Marathon Petroleum Co. LLC Team Sports

Event Sponsors   

Alvada Construction (Kirk Corporation) Beerco Clouse Construction


Patron Sponsors   

Liberty Tax Magnus Terra LLC P. T. Rehabilitation Services

 Advertiser-Tribune

    

Picture Perfect Allegra Printing Charles Construction

Supporter Sponsors

 YMCA  First Ohio Credit Union  Mr. Thomas Coffman Education Sales Management ESM  Grand Rental Station TPC Food Service  Seneca Cleaners / Seneca Printing Co.  Jeffrey Jewelry, Inc. Diversified Graphics  Target Enrollment Group Tate & Associates, Inc.  Merrill Lynch  Pacesetter Soccer Club Jimmy Walker Tom Rodgers Flowers  Crown Battery Nortrax  Anese Masonry Company

 IGS Energy 

  

 Wildberry.com  Crystal Solutions  Tiffin Glass and Mirror  Frame Works Custom Framing and Gifts  Creeger Implement  MT Business Technologies  Friends Business Source

Fans and Friends of Tiffin University

Lucius Door McClung’s Animal Hospital Shake Shak Champs Barber Shop A.A. Fire Extinguisher Sales & Services, Inc. Head Shed King’s Glass Engraving Dr. Robert Shreiner JC Penney The Drive Thru Marco’s Pizza Peebles Tiffin Eye Center Auto Zone Napoli Pizza Threads The Review Times Development Ewald Furniture Friends Business Source Help Desk Ohio Home Savings & Loan Company Seneca Massage Therapy TJ Willie’s Vicek Orthodontics Friedman Village of St. Francis, LLC Clinton Heights Golf Course Fruth & Company

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wood AVI Food Systems Ballreich Brothers, Inc. Bernie Steinmetz Brian Hall Burns Electric, Inc. Chris Brady II Emily Gillock Frameworks Friends Business Source Gary Duplessis Higher Education Group Jon Perkowski Klay Tire & Oil Mike Baltzell New Transitions Counseling LLC Phillips Electric & Appliance Reino’s Pizza Seneca Tiles, Inc. Tiffin Hardware Company Varsity Barber Shop WFOB-AM/Roppe Corporation Autumnwood Care Center Body Works Fitness & Tanning Felton CPA Services Ralph’s Appliance Supance and Howard

Hampton Inn & Suites Toledo Business Journal Akron Aeros Arnold Vending Company Bair Brothers Sporting Goods and Awards Red Hawk Run Golf Course Ameriwood Industries, Inc. Seislove Burial Vault Services, Inc. The James Group Anese Masonry Company Crown Battery Manufacturing Co. First Ohio Credit Union, Inc. Grand Rental Station MT Business Technologies, Inc. Rodger’s Flowers, Inc. Seneca Cleaners/Seneca Printing Tiffin Community YMCA Wild-berry.com Sound Systems, Inc. Pavement Maintenance Company, Inc. Nortrak Crystal Traditions Westgate Village Merchants Association


2009 Dragons in the Community Tiffin women’s basketball believes in giving back to the community that they are a part of here in Tiffin, Ohio. Throughout the course of the year the ladies reach out in a variety of different ways through basketball clinics, reading at local elementary schools and helping to keep the roadside clean along state route 224. The women’s team and staff hold 2 basketball clinics a year to reach out to boys and girls in grades K-5 to help them with their basketball fundamentals. The clinics are free and a great chance for the kids to receive one on one attention from collegiate basketball players and the coaching staff. If you drive out of Tiffin on state route 224 towards Findlay you may have noticed the Tiffin University Women’s Basketball Adopta-Highway sign before. The team was awarded the Gold Star Group for their dedication and diligence to cleaning that mile stretch of highway since 2005. The Dragons understand that community involves people as well as the environment and that it is important to take care of both. The Dragons also visit local elementary schools and enjoy having the opportunity to read to the classes. They also answer questions and remind the class that hard work in the classroom is very important. The Dragon athletes are great role models for our youth of tomorrow here in the Tiffin community.


2009 Tiffin University Junior Varsity Roster and Schedule

No. #2 #14 #21 #22 #24 #25 #34 #42 #54

Name Shanice Alexander Rhonica Fields Jenna Gittfried Danielle Glason Melissa Brady Francesca Adams Donielle Crall Tionna White Keshia Johnson

Position G G G G G G G F F

Year So. Sr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr.

Hometown Columbus OH Detroit MI Upper Sandusky OH Columbus OH Berkley MI Toledo OH Bucyrus OH Toledo OH Canton OH

Head Coach: Kylene Spiegel 11/18 11/23 12/1 12/10

6:00 7:00 7:00 7:00

HEIDELBERG FINDLAY at Findlay at Ohio Northern


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

21-Jordan Jenkins 5-9, FR, G Hartville OH

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

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

22-Samantha McCall 5-7, JR, G Dearborn MI

34-Alexis Karel 6-2, SR-RS, C Mentor OH

Pam Oswald Head Coach Third Year

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

23-Melissa Gilliland 5-5, FR, G Columbus OH

40-Jessica Harris 6-1, FR, F Logan OH

Jon Tucker Assistant Coach First Year

12-Karli Mast 5-6, FR, G Berlin OH

24-Katrina Clark 6-1, SR, F Pickerington OH

44-Jonette McQueen 6-3, FR, C Findlay OH

Kylene Spiegel Assistant Coach First Year


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