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Tennessee Tech Women’s Basketball (Numberical Roster)

#0 - Diamond Henderson 5-6, Junior, G Kennesaw, Ga.

#2 - Tia Nicholson 6-2, Sophomore, C Clarksville, Tenn.

#20 - Autumn Hopkins 5-8, Freshman, G Lebanon, Tenn.

#21 - Kelli Reed 5-10, Junior, G Clarkrange, Tenn.

#32 - Candace Parson 6-2, Junior, C Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

#35 - Mariah Dean 6-2, Sophomore, C Bakersfield, Calif.

#3 - Kayla Brewer 6-2, Grad Student, F Jacksonville, Fla.

#4 - Shunice Herron 5-5, Freshman, G Bolivar, Tenn.

#22 - T’Keyah WIlliams #24 - Hannah Goolsby 5-9, Freshman, G 6-2, Junior, F Cookeville, Tenn. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

#40 - Molly Heady 5-9, Senior, F Monterey, Tenn.

#55 - Ellie Iaciofano 6-0, Senior, F Loveland, Ohio

#10 - Catherine Taylor 5-9, Freshman, G Arrington, Tenn.

#30 - Kayla Kimes 5-4, Senior, G Celina, Tenn.

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GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL University Information Name.......................Tennessee Technological University Location............................................ Cookeville, Tennessee Founded.............................................................................1915 Enrollment..................................................................... 11,118 Nickname........................................................Golden Eagles School Colors............................................. Purple and Gold Affiliation...................................................... NCAA Division I Conference........................................................... Ohio Valley President................................................... Dr. Philip Oldham Athletics Director.............................................. Mark Wilson Faculty Representative....................................Jeff Roberts Home Arena (Capacity).................. Eblen Center (9,280) Coaching Staff Head Coach..............................................................Jim Davis   Alma Mater......................... (Tennessee Wesleyan, ‘70) Record at Tech.......................................19-12(2nd season) Career record (Seasons).................. 520-25 (26 seasons) Assistant Coach......................................................Erin Batth Years at Tech / Alma Mater...................2nd/Clemson ‘01 Assistant Coach.................................................Allison Clark Years at Tech / Alma Mater..... 2nd/Tennessee Tech ‘02 Assistant Coach...................................................Bart Walker Years at Tech / Alma Mater..2nd/Lincoln Memorial ‘92 Director of Operations............Brooke McKinnon-Evans Years at Tech / Alma Mater............................ 2nd/Lee ‘11 Administrative Associate......................... Jessica Morgan Basketball Office Phone..............................931-372-3921 Team History First Season of Women’s Basketball �������������������������1970 All-Time Record......................................................... 854-431 All-Time OVC Record............................................... 384-138 OVC Regular Season Titles ��������������������������������������������(18) ‘77-78, ‘78-79. ‘80-81, ‘81-82, ‘86-87, ‘89-90, ‘90-91, ‘91-92, ‘92-93, ‘94-95, ‘97-98, ‘98-99, ‘99-00, ‘00-01, ‘01-02, ‘05-06, ‘10-11, ‘12-13 OVC Tournament Titles....................................................(10) ‘81-82, ‘86-87, ‘88-89, ‘89-90, ‘90-91, ‘91-92, ‘92-92, ‘98-99, ‘99-00 NCAA Tournament Appearances �����������������������������������10 NCAA Tournament Record �������������������������������������������3-10

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2012-13 Review 2012 Record.........................................................................19-12  Home................................................................................... 10-5  Away........................................................................................8-5  Neutral....................................................................................1-2 2012 OVC Record/Finish............................................12-4/1st Team Information Letterwinners Returning / Lost 7/7 Starters Returning / Lost 3/4 Newcomers 7 % of Points Returning 1,032 of 2,068 (49.9%) % of Rebounds Returning 684 of 1110 (61.6%) % of Assists Returning 221 of 396 (55.8%) Key Returnees (5) No. Name

Pos. Ht.

Yr. PPG RPG APG MPG

0 Diamond Henderson G 5-6 Jr. 15.8 2.6 2.3 26.0 22 T’Keyah Williams F 6-2 Jr. 6.9 6.7 0.4 21.8 40 Molly Heady F 5-9 Sr. 6.7 4.5 1.0 22.6 32 Candance Parson C 6-2 Jr. 1.3 2.1 0 6.5 35 Mariah Dean C 6-2 So. 2.5 1.9 0 7.3

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02 Tia Nicholson 30 Kayla Kimes

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No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (Previous School) 21 Kelli Reed G 5-10 Jr. Clarkrange, Tenn. (Roane St. CC) 3 Kayla Brewer F 6-2 GR Jacksonville, Fla. (Texas) 4 Shunice Herron G 5-5 Fr. Bolivar, Tenn. (Bolivar Central) 10 Catherine Taylor G 5-9 Fr. Arrington, Tenn. (Page) 55 Ellie Iaciofano F 6-0 Sr. Loveland, Ohio (Loveland) 24 Hannah Goolsby G 5-9 Fr. Cookeville, Tenn. (Cookeville) 20 Autumn Hopkins G 5-8 Fr. Lebanon, Tenn. (Wilson Central) ports Information S Women’s Basketball Contact Jocelyn VerVelde Email Jvervelde@tntech.edu Office Phone 931-372-3293 Cell Phone 920-889-1135 SID Rob Schabert Email sportsinfo@tntech.edu Office Phone 931-372-3088 Fax number 931-372-3114

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GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL Players by State California (1): Mariah Dean, Florida (3): Candace Parson, T’Keyah Williams, Kayla Brewer Georgia (1): Diamond Henderson Ohio (1): Ellie Iaciofano Tennessee (8): Shunice Herron, Catherine Taylor, Tia Nicholson, Molly Heady, Kayla Kimes, Kelli Reed, Hannah Goolsby, Autumn Hopkins Players by Class Freshman (4): Shunice Herron, Catherine Taylor, Hannah Goolsby, Autumn Hopkins Sophomore (3): Mariah Dean, Tia Nicholson, Junior (3): Diamond Henderson, Candace Parson, T’Keyah Williams, Kelli Reed Senior (2): Molly Heady, Kayla Kimes, Ellie Iaciofano Graduate Student (1): Kayla Brewer Players by Position Guard (8): Shaunie Herron, Diamond Henderson, Autumn Hopkins, Kayla Kimes, Hannah Goolsby, Kelli Reed, Catherine Taylor Forward (5): Molly Heady, Kayla Brewer, T’Keyah Williams, Ellie Iaciofano Center (3): Mariah Dean, Tia Nicholson, Candace Parson

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Players by Height Kayla Kimes Shunice Herron Diamond Henderson Autumn Hopkins Hannah Goolsby Molly Heady Catherine Taylor Kelli Reed Ellie Iaciofano Mariah Dean Tia Nicholson Candace Parson T’Keyah Williams Kayla Brewer

Numerical Roster No. 0 2 3 4 10 20 21 22 24 30 32 35 40 55

Name Diamond Henderson Tia Nicholson Kayla Brewer Shunice Herron Catherine Taylor Autumn Hopkins Kelli Reed T’Keyah Williams Hannah Goolsby Kayla Kimes Candace Parson Mariah Dean Molly Heady Ellie Iaciofano

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

Ht. 5-6 6-2 6-2 5-5 5-9 5-8 5-10 6-2 5-9 5-4 6-2 6-2 5-9 6-0

Yr. Jr. So. GR Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr.

Hometown (Previous School) Kennessaw, Ga. (St. Francis) Clarksville, Tenn. (Clarksville) Jacksonville, Fla. (Robert E. Lee) Bolivar, Tenn. (Bolivar Central) Arrington, Tenn. (Page) Lebanon, Tenn. (Wilson Central) Clarkrange, Tenn. (Clarkrange) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla (Dillard) Cookeville, Tenn. (Cookeville) Celina, Tenn. (Clay County) Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Dillard) Bakersfield, Calif. (Benjamin E. Mays) Monterey, Tenn. (Clarkrange) Loveland, Ohio (Loveland)

Alphabetical Roster No. 3 35 24 40 0 4 20 55 30 2 32 21 10 22

Name Kayla Brewer Mariah Dean Hannah Goolsby Molly Heady Diamond Henderson Shunice Herron Autumn Hopkins Ellie Iaciofano Kayla Kimes Tia Nicholson Candace Parson Kelli Reed Catherine Taylor T’Keyah Williams

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

Ht. 6-2 6-2 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-5 5-8 6-0 5-4 6-2 6-2 5-10 5-9 6-2

Yr. GR So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Hometown (Previous School) Jacksonville, Fla. (Robert E. Lee) Bakersfield, Calif. (Benjamin E. Mays) Cookeville, Tenn. (Cookeville) Monterey, Tenn. (Clarkrange) Kennessaw, Ga. (St. Francis) Bolivar, Tenn. (Bolivar Central) Lebanon, Tenn. (Wilson Central) Loveland, Ohio (Loveland) Celina, Tenn. (Clay County) Clarksville, Tenn. (Clarksville) Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Dillard) Clarkrange, Tenn. (Clarkrange) Arrington, Tenn. (Page) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla (Dillard)

Coaching and Support Staff Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Ops. Administrative Assistant Athletic Trainer Managers

Jim Davis Erin Batth Allison Clark Bart Walker Brooke McKinnon-Evans Jessica Morgan Randi Kaplan Samara Barr, Adella Smith

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Tennessee Tech Basketball 1977-78 1986-87

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1992-93 1997-98 1994-95 1998-99 Champions Champions Champions Champions 19-4 23-11 23-10 20-11 2000-01 2005-06 2010-11 1999-00 Champions Champions Champions Champions 22-8 21-9 26-5 24-7 Champions Champions Champions Champions 22-7 22-7 19-13 21-9 Champions Champions Champions Champions 24-6 23-9 23-8 24-9

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THE BEST IN THE NATION

Golden Eagles rank as the NINTH winningest women’s basketball program in NCAA history with 873 wins in the program’s history

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Tennessee

1902-03

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1,218 273 .816

Lousiana Tech

1974-75

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1,031 244 .809

James Madison 1920-21

91 960 507 .654

Old Dominon

44 959 358 .728

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Stephen F. Austin 1968-69

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1976-77

39 935 344 .731

Stanford

1977-78

39 917 290 .760

Ohio State

1966-67

48 903 383 .702

Tennessee Tech 1970-71

43 873 443 .663

Connecticut

31 865 189 .821

1974-75

941 402 .701

The Golden Eagles have reached 854 wins by playing some of the winningest programs in the nation. Tech has played six of the other nine teams in the all-time Top 10 list. Tech has faced Tennessee, Louisiana Tech, Ohio State, Old Dominion, and Stephen F. Austin.

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“THE TEMPLE OF DOOM” due to its large capacity and imposing atmosphere, the Hooper Eblen Center is the OVC’s second-largest arena and one of its most hostile. The building is named for longtime athletic administrator and coach Hooper Eblen, who served the University for 33 years and was instrumental in planning construction of both the Eblen Center and the home of the Golden Eagle football team, Tucker Stadium. The arena features 9,280 seats with cushioned theater-style seating throughout the lower level.

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Senior • 5-9 • Forward Monterey, Tenn. • Clarkrange Major: Nursing

MOLLY HEADY

In 2012-13 (Junior): Molly played in all 31 games for the Golden Eagles and started in 14…scored a season-high 19 points versus Eastern Kentucky on 2/28…averaged 6.7 points and 4.5 rebounds during the season…was honored with the John P. Hendrix Leadership award following the season.

In 2011-12 (Sophomore): Molly finished the season as TTU’s third leading scorer, as she averaged 8.2 points per game…posted a season-high 17 points and nine rebounds at Louisiana Tech (12/21)…was one of five Golden Eagles to appear in all 34 games…joined the starting lineup against Western Carolina (11/26) and would remain a starter through the final 29 games of the season…finished third on the team in rebounds with 158 and recorded nine rebounds in five games…shot 43.3 percent from the field and 80.0 from the charity stripe…tallied 31 steals and 26 assists… named to the TTU Athletic Director’s and OVC Commissioner’s Honor Rolls…became the fifth Golden Eagle to receive a second Frank Porter Award for her overall contributions to the team…received Tech’s Coach’s Award as well. In 2010-11 (Freshman): Molly was one of five Golden Eagles to play in all 31 games… finished second on the team in scoring with 274 points…finished third on the team in rebounds with 173…recorded her first career double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds against Murray State (1/15)…led the OVC with a .855 free throw percentage (65-of76)…posted a career-high 20 points against Southeast Missouri (1/29)…named to the OVC all-Newcomer Team…finished second on the team in field goal percentage with a mark of .471…named to the OVC Commissioner’s and TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Rolls...received the OVC Medal of Honor. High School: An all-state selection as a freshman at Monterey and junior and senior at Clarkrange High School...was also named the district MVP her junior season and led her team to an undefeated 39-0 record, winning the Class 1A state championship under head coach Lamar Rodgers...was a finalist for Miss Basketball her senior season Personal: Daughter of Billy and Jennifer Heady…born March 4, 1992…full name Molly Renee Heady…majoring in nursing.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: Rebounds: Assists: Steals : Blocks: Minutes:

20 at SEMO, 1/29/11 12 vs. Murray State, 1/15/11 4 vs. Rice, 11/17/12 3 vs. St. Mary’s, 12/16/12 2 vs UT Martin, 3/9/13* 39 vs. Eastern Illinois, 3/2/12

* Indicates player has recorded the stat multiple times with most recent listed

CAREER STATS SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA 2010-11 31-0 96-204 2011-12 34-29 109-252 2012-13 31-14 77-174 TOTALS 96-43 282-630

PCT 3PM-3PA .471 17-42 .433 21-76 .443 18-44 .448 56-162

PCT FTM-FTA PCT O.REB-D.REB .405 65-76 .855 66-107 .276 40-50 .800 63-95 .409 37-45 .822 48-92 .346 142-171 .830 177-294

TOT AVG PF AST TO BLK ST PTS AVG HI 173 5.6 66 19 40 6 19 274 8.8 20 158 4.6 79 26 59 4 31 279 8.2 27 140 4.5 55 30 35 3 28 209 6.7 19 471 4.9 200 75 134 13 78 762 7.9 27

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0 DIAMOND HENDERSON

Junior • 5-6 • Guard Kennesaw, Ga. • St. Francis Major: Business Management Information Systems

In 2012-13 (Sophomore): Diamond started 21 games for the Golden Eagles during the 2012-13 season, and she played in all 31…averaged 15.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists last year… Diamond scored a career-high 31 points versus Akron on 11/13/12… was named to the All-OVC Team for her performance during the season. In 2011-12 (R-Freshman): Diamond appeared in 22 games and tallied 30 points, 16 rebounds and 14 assists… scored a career-high nine points against Western Carolina (11/26) and tallied three rebounds and three assists against Lipscomb (12/5)…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. In 2010-11 (Freshman): Diamond played 15 minutes in Tech’s home opener against Alabama A&M before receiving a medical redshirt after a season-ending knee injury…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: Diamond led the state in scoring as a junior out of North Cobb High School, averaging 22.0 points per game while leading her team to the first round of the 5A state playoffs… named a first-team all-region selection in her senior season…broke the scoring and assist record at North Cobb High School...received numerous Cobb County Player of the Month awards… earned four letters in basketball and three in track and field...led St. Francis to the Elite 8 her senior season...was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Chris and Crystal Henderson…born December 4, 1991…full name Diamond Henderson…majoring in management of information systems.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: Rebounds: Assists: Steals : Blocks: Minutes:

31 vs. Akron, 11/13/12 6 at Tennessee St., 2/4/13*

6 vs. Rice, 11/17/12

4 vs. Rice, 11/17/12 2 vs St. Mary’s, 12/16/12 36 at Belmont, 2/2/13

* Indicates player has recorded the stat multiple times with most recent listed

CAREER STATS SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA 2010-11 1-0 0-2 2011-12 22-0 12-47 2012-13 31-21 182-381 TOTALS 54-21 194-430

PCT 3PM-3PA .000 0-0 .255 4-18 .478 22-57 .451 26-75

PCT FTM-FTA PCT O.REB-D.REB TOT AVG PF AST TO BLK ST PTS AVG HI .000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 1.0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0.0 0 .222 2-6 .333 6-10 16 0.7 19 14 17 1 5 30 1.4 9 .386 104-132 .788 18-63 81 2.6 73 74 103 10 34 490 15.8 31 .347 106-138 .768 24-74 98 1.8 92 89 122 11 39 520 9.6 31

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Junior • 6-2 • Center Fort Lauderdale, Fla. • Dillard Major: Exercise Science /Physical Wellness

CANDACE PARSON In 2012-13 (Sophomore): Candace saw action in 30 of the 31 games for the Golden Eagles during the 2012-13 season…averaged 1.7 points and 2.1 rebounds. In 2011-12 (R-Freshman): Candace made four starts in TTU’s first six games before getting sidelined with an injury…she averaged 7.3 points and 2.8 rebounds per game and tallied at least 10 points in three straight games, including a career-high 13 against Tennessee Wesleyan (11/21)…shot 43.6 percent from the field…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. In 2010-11 (Freshman): Candace saw action in six games before suffering a season-ending knee injury…posted seven points and six rebounds against Middle Tennessee (12/1)…named to the TTU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: A 6-foot-2 post player from Dillard High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., Parson played for Hall of Fame head coach Marcia Pinder and helped her team to back-to-back-toback county championships…named an all-tournament team selection during Dillard’s most recent county championship… also played for Team Breakdown, one of the top traveling teams in the country. Personal: Daughter of Wendy Parson…born April 14, 1992… full name Candace Marie Parson… majoring exercise science and physical wellness.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: Rebounds: Assists: Steals : Blocks: Minutes:

13 vs. Tennessee Wesleyan, 11/21/11 6 vs. Murray St., 1/28/13* 2 vs. ULM, 11/24/12 3 vs. Middle Tenn., 11/23/11 2 at UCLA, 11/13/11 29 vs. Long Island, 11/28/11

* Indicates player has recorded the stat multiple times with most recent listed

CAREER STATS SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA 2010-11 6-0 8-16 2011-12 6-4 17-39 2012-13 30-5 20-54 TOTALS 42-9 45-109

PCT 3PM-3PA .500 0-0 .436 0-0 .370 0-0 .413 0-0

PCT FTM-FTA PCT O.REB-D.REB TOT AVG PF AST TO BLK ST PTS AVG HI .000 1-5 .200 4-7 11 1.8 3 2 3 1 0 17 2.8 8 .000 10-18 .556 3-14 17 2.8 17 0 8 4 4 44 7.3 13 .000 10-18 .556 25-38 63 2.1 38 3 26 9 10 50 1.7 9 .000 21-41 .512 32-59 91 2.2 58 5 37 14 14 111 2.6 13

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Junior • 6-2 • Forward Fort Lauderdale, Fla. • Dillard Major: Exercise Science/Physical Wellness

T’KEYAH WILLIAMS In 2012-13 (Sophomore): T’Keyah saw action in all 31 games, including 24 starts… scored a career-high 20 points and added 11 rebounds versus Rice on 11/17 for her first of four double-doubles of the season…scored 10 points at least 10 times during the season …averaged 6.9 points and 6.7 rebounds. In 2011-12 (Freshman): T’Keyah appeared in all 34 games as a freshman and started in TTU’s final game against Bradley in the WBI Tournament…on the season she tallied 88 points, 82 rebounds and 15 blocks… connected on 30-of-44 shots from the free throw line and also shot 44.6 percent from the field…posted a career-high 10 points against Eastern Illinois in the OVC Tournament (3/2)… tallied at least six rebounds in three games… received TTU’s Most Improved Player Award for her work towards the end of the season. High School: A former teammate of current Golden Eagle center Candace Parson, Williams provided a solid presence at the post position not only for Dillard High School, but also as a member of Team Breakdown under head coach Pat Gajardo...under coach Marcia Pinder, Williams averaged a careerhigh 10 points, 11 rebounds, three steals and two blocks per game during her junior season as she led Dillard to a class 5A State Championship in 2010 and 2011...Williams ranked 74th in the nation at her position by ESPN’s Hoopgurlz, Brandon Clay’s Jump Off Plus and Mike T. White’s All Star Girls Report also ranked her nationally among the best... was a five-time Defensive Player of the Week during her sophomore season...participated in several track and field events including the long jump, 200m dash and the 4x100 relay. Personal: T’Keyah is the daughter of Serena Cook...born January 15, 1993...full name T’Keyah Sharice Williams...majoring in exercise science and physical wellness.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 20 vs. Rice, 11/17/12 Rebounds: 14 at Belmont, 3/8/13 Assists: 2 at Morehead State, 2/16/13 Steals : 5 vs. Tennessee Wesleyan, 11/10/12 Blocks: 3 at Belmont, 3/8/13 Minutes: 38 at Tennessee State, 2/4/13 * Indicates player has recorded the stat multiple times with most recent listed

CAREER STATS SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA 2011-12 34-2 29-65 2012-13 31-24 81-168 TOTALS 65-26 110-233

PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT O.REB-D.REB TOT AVG PF AST TO BLK ST PTS AVG HI .446 0-0 .000 30-44 .682 28-54 82 2.4 52 3 44 15 13 88 2.6 10 .482 0-0 .000 51-86 .593 47-160 207 6.7 54 12 44 14 21 213 6.9 20 .472 0-0 .000 81-130 .623 75-214 289 4.4 106 15 88 29 34 301 4.6 20

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Sophomore • 6-2 • Center Bakersfield, Calif. • Benjamin E. Mays Major: Spanish

MARIAH DEAN

In 2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 24 games for the Golden Eagles, including her first start in the purple and gold versus Samford on 12/6…scored a career-high 13 points versus UT Martin on 1/21… averaged 2.5 points and 1.9 rebounds during her freshman campaign.

High School: Mariah comes to the Golden Eagle basketball team from Benjamin E. Mays High School in Atlanta, Ga. A versitle athlete, she played volleyball, ran track, and played basketball earning two letters in track and volleyball and three letters in basketball. Mariah played power forward and center under Coach Natasha Harrigan… recipient of the Best Defensive Player and CoBest All Around JV Basketball… a hardworker in the classroom, she received the Scholar Athlete Award, B.E. Mays Academic Athletic Achievement Award, the B.E. Mays FCA Leadership Award two years, and the Superior Scholar Athlete Award… led her team to victories at the 2008 Swoosh Kickoff Classic, 2008 Swoosh Summer Kickoff, 2009 Regional Championships, and the 2011 Super Showcase… during her 2010-2011 season, she averaged 16 points per game, three rebounds, and three blocks per game… a decorated student in the classroom, she earned a spot in the top 10% of her class all four years, received the Super Performance Award in her AP Biology class, and received the Superior Performance Award in her Spanish class. Personal: Mariah Olivia Dean is the daughter of Sherman and Rachel Dean of Bakersfield, California...Her birthday is December 14, 1993, and majoring in Spanish.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 13 vs. UT Martin,1/21/13 Rebounds: 7 vs. UT Martin,1/21/13 Assists: 1 vs. UT Martin,1/21/13* Steals : 2 vs. UT Martin,1/21/13 Blocks: 2 at Jacksonville St., 12/29/12 Minutes: 21 at Memphis, 12/31/12 * Indicates player has recorded the stat multiple times with most recent listed

CAREER STATS SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT O.REB-D.REB TOT AVG PF AST TO BLK ST PTS AVG HI 2012-13 24-1 25-53 .472 0-0 .000 10-18 .556 18-27 45 1.9 26 2 7 8 6 60 2.5 13 TOTALS 24-1 25-53 .472 0-0 .000 10-18 .556 18-27 45 1.9 26 2 7 8 6 60 2.5 13

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Sophomore • 6-2 • Center Clarksville, Tenn. • Clarksville Major: Psychology

TIA NICHOLSON In 2012-13 (Freshman): Tia saw action in 15 games for the Golden Eagles... averaged 1.3 rebounds and 0.7 points per game.

High School: Tia comes to Tech from Clarksville High School where she received four letters as a member of the basketball team playing forward/ center… named All-District and made three appearances in the state championship… averaged 10 points per game, 10 rebounds, four steals, four blocks, and eight assists. Personal: Latia Darnell Nicholson is the daughter of Frederick Nicholson of Clarksville, Tenn…born on April 15, 1993… majoring in psychology.

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CAREER HIGHS Points: 2 vs. Jacksonville St., 2/9/13* Rebounds: 4 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2/28/13 Assists: N/A Steals : 2 vs. Jacksonville St., 2/9/13 Blocks: 1 at SEMO, 2/25/13* Minutes: 10 vs Tennessee Wesleyan, 11/10/12 * Indicates player has recorded the stat multiple times with most recent listed

CAREER STATS SEASON GP-GS FGM-FGA PCT 3PM-3PA PCT FTM-FTA PCT O.REB-D.REB TOT AVG PF AST TO BLK ST PTS AVG HI 2012-13 15-0 4-13 .308 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 6-14 20 1.3 9 0 2 2 2 10 0.7 2 TOTALS 15-0 4-13 .308 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 6-14 20 1.3 9 0 2 2 2 10 0.7 2

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Grad Student • 6-2 • Forward Jacksonville, Fla.. • Robert E. Lee Masters: Professional Studies

KAYLA BREWER In 2012-13 (Junior at Texas) : Kayla transferred to Tech from Texas following her graduation from undergraduate studies where she earned a Bachelors of Science while majoring in Health Promotions and minoring in Business… she played in just eight games for the Longhorns during her final season there.

In 2011-12 (Sophomore Year at Texas): Named to 2012 Academic All-Big 12 Second Team ... did not play in first eight games of season due to NCAA transfer regulations ... competed in 18 games for Texas off the bench ... scored a season-high seven points (3-of-4 FG, 1-of-2 FT) and grabbed seven rebounds in her most minutes of the season (19) against Delaware State (Dec. 28) ... registered six points (2-of-5 FG, 2-of-2 FT) and five rebounds with a block in 16 minutes against Grambling State (Dec. 20) ... tallied five points (2-of-2 FG, 1-of-2 FT) in 15 minutes of play in her first game as a Longhorn against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Dec. 14) ... also added three rebounds, a block and a steal. In 2010-11 (Freshman Year at South Carolina): Left South Carolina in early December, eventually transferring to Texas ... took advantage of extended playing time vs, Penn State, tying for team-high honors with eight rebounds, including four offensive, and netting seven points, the first of her career ... added two rebounds and a block in 15 minutes against Clemson ... made her debut against Illinois, grabbing a pair of rebounds and blocking a shot. High School: Played two seasons at Jean Ribault High and one at Robert E. Lee High before graduating a year early to enroll at South Carolina ... three-time All-Gateway Conference selection ... named All-State First Team and Class Acts Scholar Athlete by Florida Union Times ... three-time all-state selection, including first-team honors as a junior and senior ... helped Ribault to consecutive appearances in the FHSAA Final Four (2008, 2009) ... averaged 15 points and 13 rebounds as a senior ... tabbed Florida Times Union First Coast Player of the Year as a junior (2009) ... participated in U16 and U17 USA Team Trials in 2009 and 2010, respectively ... was her class salutatorian. Personal: Kayla Jeanine Brewer is the daughter of Leonard and Ernestine Brewer...her birthday is March 3, 1993, and she is working on her masters in Professional Studies.

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Freshman • 5-5 • Guard Bolivar, Tenn. • Bolivar Central Major: General Curriculum

SHUNICE HERRON

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High School: Shunice played four years of point guard for coach Rick Rudesill at Bolivar Central … earning the assist award as a freshman, Shunice was named to the all-district team during her sophomore through senior years, as well as earning the district MVP during her senior year …Shunice helped lead her team to a district championship during her senior year, following a district runner-up finish in 2012…Shunice averaged 13.3 points, 3.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists, and 2.4 steals… finished her career with 1465 points, 384 rebounds, 293 assists, and 488 steals. Personal: Shunice Tionne Herron is the daughter of Jeffery and Stacy Herron... She was born on October 11, 1994 and is currently studying general curriculum.

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Freshman • 5-9 • Guard Arrington, Tenn. • Page Major: Exercise Science/Physical Wellness

CAT TAYLOR

High School: Playing under coach William Mooney at Fred J. Page High School, Catherine Taylor emerged as a promising shooting guard…Taylor averaged 15 points and 5 rebounds during her senior season, while helping lead her team to a 29-4 record… Taylor was named to the 2010 all-season team, the all-tournament team for the TSSAA 12AA district…in 2012, she earned allstate team honors, all-district team honors, district tournament MVP, and region 6AA all-region honors… during the 2013 season she earned all-season MVP, all-tournament team, and 6AA all region team. Personal: Catherine Burton Taylor is the daughter of Michael and Cindy Taylor... She was born on March 9, 1995 and plans on majoring in pre-physical therapy.

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Freshman • 5-8 • Guard Lebanon, Tenn. • Wilson Central Major: Exercise Science/Physical Wellness

AUTUMN HOPKINS

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High School: Autumn comes to the Golden Eagles from Wilson Central High School in Lebanon, Tenn. where she played for head coach Bud Brandon… during the 2010-11 season, her team won the district championship…the shooting guard averaged 12 points and 5 rebounds during her senior season and was awarded for having the best shooting percentage… her high school team recieved the 3.0 or above GPA award from TSSAA. Personal: Autumn Cheyenne Hopkins is the daughter of Keith Hopkins and Monica Hopkins.... her birthday is October 10, 1994, and she plans on majoring in exercise science.

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Junior • 5-10 • Guard Clarkrange, Tenn.. • Clarkrange Major: Exercise Science/Physical Wellness

KELLI REED

At Roane State Community College: Kelli transferred to the Golden Eagle basketball squad from Roane State Community College where she played basketball averaging 6.6 points and 2.7 rebounds…also named to the 2nd team All-NJCAA. High School: Kelli played four years of basketball under head coach Lamar Rogers at Clarkrange High School, finishing her career with a 14022 record… Clarkrange won three districts, two regions and the 2009 state championship while going 39-0 during Kelli’s time … personally, Kelli earned two all-state honors, four all-district honors, four all-district tournament team honors, four time all-region tournament team honors…Reed also was named to the all-Upper Cumberland team as well as TSWA All-State each of her four years. Personal: Kelli Reed is the daughter of Steve Reed and Tina Cox...Reed was born on December 3, 1991, and plans on majoring in pre-physical therapy.

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Freshman• 5-9 • Guard Cookeville, Tenn. • Cookeville Major: Child and Family Studies

HANNAH GOOLSBY

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High School: The Cookeville High School product played volleyball and basketball for the Cavaliers…under head coach Mindy Odom, Goolsby was a four-year guard, earning all-district each year… she also earned district MVP and all-region twice…named Upper Cumberland Freshman of the Year in 2009…. Goolsby was named to the All-Upper Cumberland team each of her four prep years, earning all-state recognition three years as well… she also currently holds the Cookeville High scoring record with 2,233 career points...academically, Goolsby was on honor roll all four years and graduated with honors. Personal: Hannah Lynn Goolsby is the daughter of Mark and Kelly Goolsby... her mother Kelly played softball at Tech during the programs first two years in 1987 and 1988...Kelly was also a member of the Tech Basketball team during the 1988 season....Hannah was born on March 2, 1995, and plans on majoring in child and family services.

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Senior •6-0 • Forward Loveland, Ohio. • Loveland Major: Biology

ELLIE IACIOFANO TECH SOCCER: Iaciofano was a fouryear contributer on the TTU women’s soccer team... known for her offense on the field, Iaciofano brings defense to the court. HIGH SCHOOL: Iaciofano attended Loveland High School, earning seven varsity letters, including three in soccer and four in basketball… earned league honors as FAVC second team for her junior year, and first team for her senior year, logging 13 goals and seven assists for 33 points… awarded the Team Tiger Award during her senior year and named Best Offensive Player her junior year… was a member of the 2007 district championship team and also played club soccer for the CSA Panthers… participated in the Ohio State Cup as well as the Ohio Elite Tournament… earned many academic honors including FAVC AllAcademic for four years, All-Academic City of Cincinnati for two years, AllState Academic for one year, and was a member of National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Daughter of Anthony and Lori Iaciofano… born August 19, 1991… full name is Ellen Marie Iaciofano… majoring in biology.

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Senior • 5-4 • Guard Celina, Tenn. • Roane State CC Major: Agricultural Animal Science

KAYLA KIMES

30 In 2012-13: Red-Shirted At Roane State Community College: Kayla transferred to the Golden Eagle basketball squad from Roane State Community College where she averaged 3.6 steals, 4.7 assists, and 4.2 rebounds. High School: Kayla attended Clay County High School in Celina, Tenn. … she played point guard under Coach Paige Smith her first two years before her mother, Sharon Kimes, took over as coach her junior and senior seasons… was named to the All-Freshman Team for the 2006-2007 season and named to the Second Team All-District from 2008-2010 as well as All-Tournament at the 7A Tournament… averaged seven points per game, 4.3 assists, and four steals... graduated eighth in her class with an honors diploma. Personal: Kayla Paige Kimes is the daughter of Randall and Sharon Kimes… birthday is April 12, 1992… intends to major in animal science.

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Meet the Coaches


Head Coach Second Season Tennessee Wesleyan ‘70

JIM DAVIS He holds a master’s degree from Tennessee Tech, has led teams to Ohio Valley Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference championships, and has found coaching success on every level from the Tennessee high school ranks to the WNBA. He’s the perfect fit to take the reins of the tradition-rich Tennessee Tech women’s basketball program.

to a 23-3 record with a roster featuring only freshmen and sophomores.

Jim Davis was named in July of 2012 as the head coach for the Golden Eagle women’s basketball tea

“I am very aware of the winning tradition of Tennessee Tech women’s basketball under the leadership of coach Marynell Meadors and coach Bill Worrell,” Davis says. “Coach (Sytia) Messer did a great job during her short tenure on the plateau. The team is positioned to become champions of the Ohio Valley Conference for years to come.”

“Jim is a proven winner and we are fortunate to get a veteran coach to lead our women’s basketball program,” said Director of Athletics Mark Wilson. “He is a man of high character, a great educator of the game of basketball, and he is the right fit to lead our program at this time. “We look forward to him carrying on the traditions of academic excellence and winning championships,” Wilson said. A native of Englewood, Tenn., Davis’ coaching resume includes junior high and high school positions, a brilliant six-year span at Roane State Community College, one championship year at Middle Tennessee State, 18 highly successful seasons at Clemson University, a year in the WNBA with the Minnesota Lynx, and the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Young Harris College in Georgia. “Being a native Tennessean, I have a feel for the culture and values of the Upper Cumberland, the state and the region,” Davis said. “The basis of my coaching philosophy is a result of my relationships and upbringing in that area.” Following 18 successful seasons as head coach at Clemson and two as Assistant Athletic Director, Davis tried retirement but quickly found he still yearned to coach. In 2009, he served as an assistant coach with the Minnesota Lynx. In 2011, he accepted an assistant coaching assignment at Young Harris College and helped create a new program. In just one season, he helped take the team from inception

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“It was wonderful to be back on the floor teaching, coaching, recruiting and game-planning,” Davis says. “That’s when I realized I yearned to lead a program again.

The majority of Davis’ past coaching career was at Clemson, and his record includes a lengthy list of highlights. In 18 years, he led his team to 16 post-season appearances including 14 trips to the NCAA Tournament and two WNIT appearances. While earning 355 victories, he brought the program into national prominence, guiding the Tigers to two championships in the tough Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). His Clemson teams advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 four times and climbed to the Elite Eight one time, and he posted 51 victories over Top 25 teams. Clemson made it to the ACC championship game six times, claiming the title in 1996 and 1999. The team achieved 20 wins or more in 11 of his 18 seasons, and earned Top 25 Final National Rankings 11 times. Davis was named the ACC Coach of the Year in 1990 and 1994. The record book reflects 520 all-time victories in his 26 seasons as a collegiate head coach, and he is the winningest basketball coach – men or women – in Clemson history. He was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008. Even more impressive than his on-court record is the academic success of his student-athletes, a trait that brands him as a natural fit for Tennessee Tech, another program built on high academic standards. During his span as Clemson head coach from 1987 through 2005, Davis saw every single fouryear player receive her degree.


Prior to his arrival at Clemson, Davis was a familiar figure with Tennessee Tech fans – if not appreciated –as he served one season as head coach of arch-rival Middle Tennessee State. During the 1986-87 season, he guided the Lady Raiders to a 19-8 record and a share of the Ohio Valley Conference championship. Prior to his stop at Middle Tennessee, Davis spent the 1985-86 season as an assistant coach with the University of Florida Lady Gator basketball program. A Tennessee native, Davis spent six highly successful years at Roane State Community College in Harriman, Tenn., before moving to Florida. Davis put together one of the most successful stints ever in the junior college ranks by coaching Roane State’s Raiderettes to 127 wins against only 35 losses, building a .784 winning percentage. His teams won four Tennessee Junior College Athletic Association divisional championships and one state championship, and were ranked in the Top 10 by the National Junior College Athletic Association three times (1981, 1984, 1985). His biggest accomplishment was the 1984 team’s finish of 27-2 and the NJCAA National Championship title.

program that is known nationally for excellence,” Wilson said. “That tradition was carried on by coach (Amy) Brown and coach Messer, and we expect that coach Davis will not only continue that excellence, but elevate our program to new level.” Davis is married to the former Bobbie Henderson and they have one grown son, Todd, a beautiful daughter-in-law, Rhonda, and two most precious grandchildren, Ansleigh Grace and Jacob Garrett.

Before entering the junior college ranks, Davis coached two years at Englewood (Tenn.) Junior High School and 10 seasons in various Tennessee high schools, including stops at Madisonville, Charleston and McMinn high schools. His overall high school record was 197-93, a winning percentage of .679. Davis graduated from Tennessee Wesleyan College in 1970 with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education. After doing graduate work at East Tennessee State University, he received his master’s degree in Educational Administration and Supervision from Tennessee Tech in 1975. In 1996, Davis was inducted into the Tennessee Junior and Community College Athletic Association Hall of Fame. In the fall of 1996, he was inducted into Tiger Brotherhood, an honorary fraternity that promotes high standards of social and ethical conduct while recognizing in its members an earnest devotion to Clemson, coupled with the integrity of character commensurate with a typical Clemson gentleman or lady. Davis was also inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2008. Davis becomes only the fifth head coach in the 42-year history of women’s basketball at Tennessee Tech. “Marynell Meadors and Bill Worrell established a

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Assistant Coach Second Season Clemson ‘01

ERIN BATTH The first assistant coach to be added to Jim Davis’ women’s basketball staff at Tennessee Tech was someone the veteran coach is familiar with on several platforms – she played for him at Clemson and coached against him at Towson State as an assistant coach. Erin Batth joined the Golden Eagle staff in July of 2012 and brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. Batth was a player for Davis at Clemson from 1997 to 2001. In 1999 she helped lead the Tigers to the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship, and the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament, one of four tournament appearances for Davis’ teams. Batth ended her career by entering the Clemson record books as the first player in school history to be drafted by the WNBA. After graduation from Clemson, Batth continued her playing career in the WNBA, originally drafted to the Cleveland Rockers, but joining the San Antonio Silver Stars and finally becoming a Sacramento Monarch. Batth has also played abroad playing for Panathanikos, one of Greece’s premier athletic programs, as well as Apollon in Greece and Migros in Turkey. Her coaching career began at Virginia Commonwealth, where she was in charge of the development of the Rams’ post players. From there she moved to the West Coast spending time with the WNBA’s Sacramento Monarchs working in basketball operations along with the NBA’s Sacramento Kings. She assisted in the NBA War Room during the drafts and provided support for the general managers and coaches. She also served

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as a liaison between the league offices and the teams. While in Sacramento, Batth was given the opportunity to work with John Wisenant, former GM of the Sacramento Monarchs and former head coach of the N.Y. Liberty, T.R. Dunn, Elston Turner as well as Scotty Brooks, who is the current head coach of the Oklahoma Thunder, among others. At Towson Batth was involved in all aspects of the basketball program, including the growth and development of the Tiger post players. She was also involved in all aspects of recruiting, monitoring student athletes in the classroom and on the court, scouting opponents, organizing community service opportunities and managing the summer camps. Returning back to the state of Virginia, Batth served as the director of women’s basketball operations for three years at the University of Virginia under Hall of Fame Coach Debbie Ryan. Batth was in charge of the Cavalier Classic Tournament and also managed the budget, team travel and community service opportunities. The Cavalier teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament each of the three years that Batth was at UVA. Batth, a Marietta, Ga. native, was the first black female inducted to the Clemson Tiger Brother Hood, spent two years on the Clemson Minority Council, and was Clemson’s representitive for the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Board for three years. She was also nominated for the NCAA Student-Athlete Athletic Leadership Award twice, while receiving the ACC “Top Six” Award for community service in 2001. Batth is also the mother of a beautiful 11 year-old daughter named Sierra.


Assistant Coach Second Season Tennessee Tech ‘02

ALLISON CLARK Former Golden Eagle Allison Clark has returned to her alma mater in a coaching capacity for the women’s basketball program. She will focus heavily on recruiting, as well as working with the guards on the court. She will also be primarily responsible for acting as a liaison for the players and academics. A native of Shelbyville, Tenn., Clark returns to Tech bringing with her 13 years of coaching experience at a variety of levels. Prior to spending the past two seasons coaching at Shelbyville Central High School, she spent five seasons (2005-2010) coaching at Middle Tennessee State under Rick Insell, her former high school coach. Over the course of those five seasons, Clark helped guide the Lady Raiders to five Sun Belt Conference Tournament Championship titles, four appearances in the NCAA tournament and three regular-season titles. She coached multiple players to numerous Sun Belt Conference awards, including two Sun Belt Players of the Year, two SBC Defensive Players of the Year, and two SBC Tournament Most Outstanding Players, as well as eight All-Sun Belt performers over five years. She was also a part of the staff the led MTSU back into the national spotlight, when the team rose to as high as No. 16 in the 2006-07 season in both the Associated Press and USA Today polls after winning 27 games in a row. This squad claimed the program’s second consecutive SBC regular season crown after posting a perfect 18-0 record. An accomplished recruiter, Clark helped Middle Tennessee claim a Top-10 ranked recruiting class in 2006, which included both the Tennessee and Kentucky Gatorade Players of the Year, and a top-25 ranked class in 2009. She helped to develop four All-Americans at MTSU, three of whom continued on to play professional basketball in the WNBA.

As a student-athlete, Clark played her freshman season at the University of North Texas, earning Big West Conference All-Freshman honors and setting the freshman record for 3-pointers in a season. She then transferred to Tennessee Tech, where she was a three-year letterwinner for coach Bill Worrell. After sitting out the 1998-99 season due to NCAA regulations, Clark helped Tech win or share the regular season OVC championship all four years she was in Cookeville. Clark was a first-team All-OVC selection as a junior and was named to the OVC All-Tournament team as a sophomore and junior. A member of the program’s NCAA Tournament Team in 2000, she set the single-season and career marks for 3-pointers and was given the Ed Steitz Award as the Best 3-point Shooter in the Nation by the National Basketball Hall of Fame. Clark also made OVC Academic Honor Roll two times during her career, and landed on Tech’s Athletic Director’s honor roll all eight semesters of her career. During her time at Tech, Clark led her team in accuracy from behind the arc in all three seasons that she lettered under Worrell. She tallied a percentage of .406 from downtown while making 225 three-pointers during her career. In high school, Clark was an All-American for Insell at Shelbyville Central. She was a member of the 1995 state championship team and was named Midstate Player of the Year by the Tennessean as a senior. Shelbyville won three straight District and Region titles and finished runner-up at the state tournament during Clark’s senior year. She was also a member of an AAU national championship team Shelbyville SportShop in 1996 and served as the head coach of the Tennessee Ladies AAU squad in 1999.

During her coaching career at MTSU, the program went 12539 overall and 76-10 in Sun Belt Conference action. The Lady Raiders were 65-7 on their home floor and 42-1 at home in conference play.

Always the dedicated professional, Clark was a keynote speaker at the Women’s Professional Luncheon in Shelbyville in 2009 and a Nike WBCA Assistant Coaches’ Round table presented in San Antonio in 2010. She graduated from TTU in 2002 with her bachelor’s degree in health and physical education.

Prior to her stint at MTSU, Clark was a graduate assistant at the University of Arkansas under Susie Gardner and earned her master’s degree in Sports Management. She coached one season at Tech in 2002 before making the move to the SEC program in Fayetteville.

Coach Clark also publishes her own blog and it can be found here:Offthebackoftherim.blogspot.com. Clark is also an avid social media user and can be followed on twitter: @ Longrangeboma, Facebook: Allison Clark, and Instagram: Longrangeboma.

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Assistant Coach Second Season Lincoln Memorial ‘92

BART WALKER Bart Walker is entering his second season at Tech. His primary responsibilities include scouting opponents, acting as the liaison between strength and conditioning and the team, as well coaching the wings. Walker has 11 years of coaching behind him as he enters the 2013-14 season with the Golden Eagles. Over his coaching career, Walker has accumulated a record of 217-71. He has earned Coach of the Year honors four times, and made four Elite 8 appearances in the junior college National Tournament. Walker was the head women’s basketball coach at Northwest Florida State College before moving back to Tennessee. In his two seasons as head coach, the Raiders went 38-16, and made a state regional semi-final appearance. During his time at the junior college level, Walker placed over 70 players at four-year institutions after completing their junior college careers. He had the pleasure of coaching three first-team All-Americans and five second-team or honorable mention All-Americans as well. A native of Knoxville, Walker spent the beginning of his career in Tennessee. Working his way from a volunteer assistant at Walters State Community College in Morristown to the head coaching ranks at his first position at Hiwassee College. Prior to Northwest Florida State, Walker spent four years at the helm of the Chattanooga State Tigers. During his four years as head coach, Walker led the Tigers to three-straight state regional finals appearances, including a National Tournament Elite 8 appearance in 2006. Walker started his career at Hiwassee College in Madisonville, Tenn. His teams earned two State Regional Championships and made two National Tournament Elite 8 appearances in 2003 and 2004. He tallied an 81-35 record during his four years with the Tigers.

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Walker grew up playing the sport he now coaches, beginning at Powell High School in Knoxville. After high school, Walker played at Walters State Community College and then finished


Director of Basketball Operations Second Season Lee University ‘11

BROOKE MCKINNON-EVANS Tennessee Tech women’s basketball coach Jim Davis added an integral piece to his staff with the addition of Brooke McKinnon-Evans as Director of Women’s Basketball Operations in 2012-13 season. McKinnon-Evans, who in her second year at Tech, is married to former Golden Eagle football player Jake Evans, class of 2007. Married in December of 2011, the couple has been living in Cookeville. McKinnon-Evans will finish her Master’s of Curriculum and Instruction in December of 2013 and will be a proud Tech alumni. McKinnon-Evans, a 2011 graduate of Lee University, was a fouryear starter for the Lady Flames. During her time at Lee, McKinnon-Evans’ team made four appearances in the NAIA National Tournament, including a trip to the final-four her junior season. McKinnon-Evans collected four Southern States Athletic Conference All-Conference selections, two SSAC All-Tournament selections throughout her four years, and during her freshman year, she was named the SSAC Freshman of the Year. In her sophomore campaign, McKinnon was an NAIA Honorable Mention All-American before earning third team All-American her junior season, and second team All-American her senior season. McKinnon became the second all-time leading scorer in Lee University history.

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Administrative Associate Third Season Tennessee Tech ‘09

JESSICA MATHIS MORGAN Jessica (Mathis) Morgan, 26, joined the Tennessee Tech women’s basketball staff in March 2010, serving in the important role of administrative assistant for the Golden Eagles. In addition to handling day-to-day office duties, she also coordinates the program’s annual awards dinner, mailing lists and recruiting contact information. Born and raised in nearby Baxter, Tenn., she grew up around Tennessee Tech where her mother is employed. Jessica earned her bachelor’s degree from Tennessee Tech in Interdisciplinary Studies in May, 2009, with a concentration in History and Literature. She worked four years at the University Center Bookstore as an undergrad. In her free time she enjoys spending time on the lake and participating in water sports. She also likes to spend time playing with her nephew, her friends and their kids, and riding her horse. Jessica married Josh Morgan in September of 2010.

MANAGERS

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Adelia Smith


2012-13 Review

Seniors (L-R) Kayla Brewer (3), Molly Heady (40)

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2012-13 GAME RESULTS & LEADERS Date 11/10/12 11/13/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/24/12 11/27/12 12/01/12 12/06/12 12/08/12 12/15/12 12/16/11 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/31/12 01/05/13 01/07/13 01/12/13 01/14/12 01/21/13 01/26/13 01/28/13 02/02/13 02/04/13 02/09/13 02/16/13 02/18/13 02/25/13 02/28/13 03/02/13 03/08/13 03/09/13

Opponent TENNESSEE WESLEYAN AKRON RICE MIDDLE TENNESSEE LOUISIANA-MONROE ALCORN STATE at Vanderbilt SAMFORD WESTERN CAROLINA at St. John’s vs St. Mary’s at Marshall at Jacksonville State* at Memphis BELMONT* TENNESSEE STATE* at SIUE* at Eastern Illinois* UT MARTIN* AUSTIN PEAY* MURRAY STATE* at Belmont at Tennessee State* JACKSONVILLE STATE* at Morehead State* at Eastern Kentucky* at Southeast Missouri* EASTERN KENTUCKY* MOREHEAD STATE* vs BELMONT^ vs UT Martin^

* Denotes OVC regular season games ^ Denotes OVC playoffs Home games in BOLD

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Score W, 86-47 L, 78-67 W, 78-65 L, 65-59 L, 59-48 W, 74-57 L, 77-50 W, 65-56 W, 61-56 L, 58-46 L, 73-58 W, 67-60 W, 73-59 L, 73-64 W, 58-52 W, 80-77 W, 60-56 L, 79-89 L, 81-63 W, 73-51 L, 68-52 W, 67-62 W, 71-68 W, 79-52 W, 84-70 L, 61-55 W, 64-51 W, 67-47 W, 73-53 W, 61-57 L, 87-80

Record (OVC) 1-0 (0-0) 1-1 (0-0) 2-1 (0-0) 2-2 (0-0) 2-3 (0-0) 3-3 (0-0) 3-4 (0-0) 4-4 (0-0) 5-4 (0-0) 5-5 (0-0) 5-6 (0-0) 6-6 (0-0) 7-6 (1-0) 7-7 (0-1) 8-7 (1-1) 9-7 (2-1) 10-7 (3-1) 10-8 (3-2) 10-9 (3-3) 11-9 (4-3) 11-10 (4-4) 12-10 (5-4) 13-10 (6-4) 14-10 (7-4) 15-10 (8-4) 15-11 (8-5) 16-11 (9-5) 17-11 (10-5) 18-11 (11-5) 19-11 (12-5) 19-12 (12-6)

Top Scorer Top Rebounder (16) HENDERSON (6) COOK, Ky. (13) HENDERSON (7) WILLIAMS (21) HENDERSON (11) WILLIAMS (16) HENDERSON (9) WILLIAMS (10) COOK, Ke. (5) PARSON (19) DAVIS (8) WILLLIAMS (18) HENDERSON (5) WILLIAMS (20) HARRIS (9) WILLIAMS (18) HENDERSON (7) HEADY (12) HEADY (5) WILLIAMS (22) HARRIS (5) DEAN (18) WILLIAMS (9) HEADY (16) HARRIS (6) HEADY, DAVIS (18) HENDERSON (5) HARRIS (17) HENDERSON (7) HEADY (24) HENDERSON (8) WILLIAMS (26) HARRIS (5) COOK, Ky, HEADY (28) HENDERSON (5) HEADY (19) DAVIS (7) DEAN (23) COOK, Ke. (6) COOK, PARSON (17) HENDERSON (6) CADDY, PARSON (21) HARRIS (10) WILLIAMS (19) HARRIS (11) WILLIAMS (19) HENDERSON, DAVIS (6) HEADY (26) HENDERSON (13) WILLIAMS (17) HENDERSON (7) WILLIAMS (15) HARRIS, DAVIS (13) WILLIAMS (19) HEADY (11) WILLIAMS (22) HARRIS (7) COOK, Ky. (15) HARRIS (14) WILLIAMS (19) HARRIS (7) HEADY, WILLIAMS

Assists Leader (3) COOK, Ke. (3) HAYES, HENDERSON (6) HENDERSON (5) HARRIS (2) HENDERSON, PARSON, DAVIS, HARRIS (6) HARRIS (4) HARRIS (4) HARRIS (5) HENDERSON, HARRIS (3) HENDERSON, HARRIS (3) HARRIS (6) HARRIS (4) HENDERSON, HARRIS (2) HENDERSON, HARRIS, DAVIS, HEADY (5) HARRIS (3) HARRIS, DAVIS, HENDERSON (5) HARRIS (6) HARRIS (8) HARRIS (3) HENDERSON, HARRIS (4) HARRIS (4) HARRIS (6) HARRIS (5) HENDERSON (4), HARRIS, HENDERSON (5) HARRIS (6) HARRIS (6) HARRIS (4) HARRIS (6) HARRIS (7) HARRIS


2012-13 Individual Statistics ## Player....................... GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 00 HENDERSON, Diam...31-21 805 26.0 182 381 .478 22 57 .386 104 132 .788 18 63 81 2.6 73 2 74 103 10 34 490 15.8 OVC-Only......................16-11 415 25.9 96 180 .533 13 30 .433 57 72 .792 8 38 46 2.9 34 1 30 63 6 15 262 16.4 02 NICHOLSON, Tia..........15-0 74 4.9 4 13 .308 0 0 .000 2 5 .400 6 14 20 1.3 9 0 0 2 2 2 10 0.7 OVC-Only......................8-0 48 6.0 2 9 .222 0 0 .000 2 5 .400 4 11 15 1.9 6 0 0 0 1 2 6 0.8 03 COOK, Kellie.................31-17 648 20.9 55 137 .401 37 91 .407 7 8 .875 22 56 78 2.5 37 0 37 16 14 11 154 5.0 OVC-Only......................16-7 326 20.4 28 62 .452 19 43 .442 3 3 1.00 7 26 33 2.1 12 0 20 6 6 2 78 4.9 05 SCANTLAND, Hope...8-0 19 2.4 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0.0 OVC-Only......................6-0 12 2.0 0 2 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 0 1 1 0.2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 11 DEMERY, Quira............19-0 83 4.4 8 17 .471 0 1 .000 10 13 .769 5 14 19 1.0 14 0 1 10 3 5 26 1.4 OVC-Only......................10-0 32 3.2 4 7 .571 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 2 7 9 0.9 6 0 1 5 1 4 13 1.3 13 DAVIS, Lashay..............31-14 873 28.2 88 218 .404 60 152 .395 24 35 .686 14 52 66 2.1 29 0 54 30 4 53 260 8.4 OVC-Only......................16-7 438 27.4 48 101 .475 35 72 .486 17 23 .739 7 27 34 2.1 20 0 34 18 3 26 148 9.3 14 BARKER, Katherine....31-13 361 11.6 21 62 .339 4 14 .286 7 13 .538 11 28 39 1.3 33 0 23 24 0 4 53 1.7 OVC-Only......................16-8 168 10.5 9 25 .360 2 5 .400 0 0 0 7 8 15 0.9 16 0 13 10 0 2 20 1.3 15 MURRAY, Kanaja.........7-0 18 2.6 0 5 .000 0 1 .000 2 4 .500 2 1 3 0.4 4 0 2 5 0 1 2 0.3 OVC-Only......................5-0 11 2.2 0 5 .000 0 1 .000 2 4 .500 2 1 3 0.6 2 0 2 3 0 1 2 0.4 20 HARRIS, Jala.................31-29 990 31.9 149 375 .397 47 121 .388 69 94 .734 6 95 101 3.3 57 2 135 79 2 34 414 13.4 OVC-Only......................16-16 532 33.2 81 205 .395 25 63 .397 44 57 .772 2 55 57 3.6 28 0 76 42 0 11 231 14.4 22 WILLIAMS, T’Keyah....31-24 675 21.8 81 168 .482 0 0 .000 51 86 .593 47 160 207 6.7 54 0 12 44 14 21 213 6.9 OVC-Only......................16-10 345 21.6 36 84 .429 0 0 .000 39 61 .639 25 86 111 6.9 25 0 8 21 5 9 111 6.9 32 PARSON, Candace.....30-5 196 6.5 20 54 .370 0 0 .000 10 18 .556 25 38 63 2.1 38 0 3 26 9 10 50 1.7 OVC-Only......................16-5 112 7.0 13 32 .406 0 0 .000 4 10 .400 11 26 37 2.3 24 0 0 14 4 7 30 1.9 35 DEAN, Mariah..............24-1 176 7.3 25 53 .472 0 0 .000 10 18 .556 18 27 45 1.9 26 0 2 7 8 6 60 2.5 OVC-Only......................13-0 81 6.2 13 31 .419 0 0 .000 4 9 .444 8 15 23 1.8 11 0 1 1 5 3 30 2.3 40 HEADY, Molly...............31-14 701 22.6 77 174 .443 18 44 .409 37 45 .822 48 92 140 4.5 55 0 30 35 3 28 209 6.7 OVC-Only......................16-9 347 21.7 39 82 .476 14 24 .583 17 18 .944 24 46 70 4.4 26 0 14 14 0 11 109 6.8 41 COOK, Kylie..................31-17 559 18.0 41 107 .383 19 61 .311 10 17 .588 31 69 100 3.2 49 0 22 14 11 11 111 3.6 OVC-Only......................16-7 300 18.8 22 59 .373 6 28 .214 6 12 .500 18 40 58 3.6 25 0 12 9 6 6 56 3.5 55 CADDY, Christina........19-0 95 5.0 7 22 .318 0 0 .000 2 2 1.00 10 10 20 1.1 7 0 1 14 0 6 16 0.8 OVC-Only......................13-0 56 4.3 3 9 .333 0 0 .000 2 2 1.00 7 4 11 0.8 4 0 0 8 0 4 8 0.6 TECH...............................31 6273 758 1790 .423 207 543 .381 345 490 .704 321 789 1110 35.8 486 4 396 416 80 227 2068 66.7 OVC-Only......................16 3223 394 893 .441 114 267 .427 202 284 .711 153 420 573 35.8 240 1 211 218 37 103 1104 69.0 Opponents...................31 6275 716 1767 .405 157 519 .303 368 508 .724 342 793 1135 36.6 476 - 358 465 88 183 1957 63.1 Conference-Only........16 3225 363 916 .396 84 285 .295 179 256 .699 174 393 567 35.4 258 - 187 234 35 93 989 61.8

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0 2 3 5 11 13 14 15 20 22 32 35 40 41 55 Opponent Score W/L HENDERSON NICHOLSON COOK,KE. SCANTLAND DEMERY DAVIS BARKER Murray HARRIS WILLIAMS PARSONS DEAN HEADY COOK, KY. CADDY TENNESSEE WESLEYAN 86-47 W 16-2-1 2-4-0 5-2-3 0-0-0 11-2-0 9-1-0 7-1-2 0-0-0 16-1-2 7-6-0 0-5-1 DNP 4-1-1 5-6-1 4-4-1 AKRON 67-78 L 31-4-3 0-0-0 8-1-0 DNP 2-5-0 10-2-0 10-6-1 DNP 3-2-3 0-7-0 0-1-0 DNP 3-6-0 0-2-0 DNP RICE 78-65 W 21-3-6 DNP 5-2-2 DNP DNP 9-5-4 4-5-0 DNP 6-0-1 20-11-0 2-5-0 0-0-0 3-4-4 6-3-1 2-0-0 MIDDLE TENNESSEE 59-65 L 16-0-2 DNP 6-8-3 DNP DNP 0-1-2 0-0-1 DNP 9-4-5 6-9-1 4-0-0 4-1-0 5-5-0 9-3-1 0-3-0 LOUISIANA-MONROE 48-59 L 2-0-2 DNP 10-4-1 DNP 0-1-0 3-2-2 0-3-0 DNP 9-2-2 2-4-0 9-5-2 2-3-0 8-1-0 3-2-1 0-1-0 ALCORN STATE 74-57 W 18-6-5 DNP 6-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 19-2-0 4-0-1 DNP 8-7-6 7-8-0 3-5-0 0-1-0 7-3-3 2-1-0 DNP at Vanderbilt 50-77 L 18-0-1 0-1-0 3-4-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-2-1 0-2-0 0-0-0 6-1-4 10-5-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 8-4-0 2-2-0 DNP SAMFORD 65-56 W 12-3-2 DNP 8-3-0 DNP 0-2-0 8-0-3 0-1-1 DNP 20-5-3 3-9-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-7-1 6-2-1 DNP at Western Carolina 61-56 W 18-1-4 2-0-0 2-2-1 DNP DNP 8-2-2 1-0-1 DNP 9-2-4 2-4-1 DNP DNP 10-7-0 9-3-0 DNP at St. John’s 46-58 L 11-4-3 DNP 0-1-1 DNP DNP 3-0-0 4-2-0 DNP 10-3-3 2-5-0 0-0-0 4-2-0 12-4-0 0-4-0 0-1-0 vs. St. Mary’s 58-73 L 19-2-2 0-0-0 0-3-0 DNP 0-0-0 7-2-1 2-3-0 DNP 22-3-3 2-2-1 0-1-0 1-5-0 3-4-2 0-1-0 2-0-0 at Marshall 67-60 W 2-1-4 0-0-0 6-3-2 DNP 0-0-0 9-2-1 0-1-1 DNP 16-3-8 18-3-0 0-0-0 12-5-0 4-9-1 0-3-0 DNP at Jacksonville State 73-51 W 11-2-4 2-3-0 5-3-2 0-0-0 0-0-1 12-6-2 4-0-1 2-2-0 16-4-4 2-4-1 0-1-0 4-1-0 13-6-0 0-3-0 2-0-0 at Memphis 64-73 L 18-2-2 0-0-0 6-4-0 DNP 0-0-0 9-4-2 0-0-1 DNP 15-5-2 4-2-0 0-2-0 6-4-1 6-4-2 0-0-0 DNP BELMONT 58-52 W 17-4-0 DNP 4-1-0 DNP DNP 2-2-2 2-4-1 DNP 12-5-5 13-6-0 0-3-0 0-2-0 8-7-0 0-3-0 DNP TENNESSEE STATE 80-77 W 24-3-3 DNP 0-0-2 DNP DNP 8-1-3 6-1-0 DNP 20-2-3 5-8-0 6-4-0 0-0-0 9-7-1 2-4-2 0-0-0 at SIUE 66-56 W 4-2-0 DNP 2-0-0 DNP DNP 10-4-6 3-1-1 DNP 26-4-7 3-2-0 4-1-0 0-0-0 6-5-2 6-5-2 2-0-0 at Eastern Illinois 79-89 L 28-3-2 DNP 4-2-0 DNP DNP 12-0-3 0-0-0 DNP 12-2-5 7-2-0 3-2-0 4-1-0 4-5-0 5-3-0 0-0-0 UT MARTIN 63-81 L 13-2-2 0-1-0 3-1-2 DNP 0-0-0 19-4-2 3-1-2 DNP 4-3-6 2-5-1 0-1-0 13-7-0 4-2-2 2-1-1 0-1-0 AUSTIN PEAY 73-51 W 12-4-0 0-1-0 23-6-2 0-1-0 4-2-0 0-0-4 0-1-0 0-1-1 17-3-8 5-5-1 4-6-0 DNP 4-3-1 2-1-2 2-0-0 MURRAY STATE 52-68 L 17-0-3 2-2-0 0-2-0 DNP 4-5-0 1-1-2 0-2-0 DNP 9-1-3 4-3-0 0-6-0 4-3-1 4-5-0 5-3-0 2-6-0 at BELMONT 67-62 W 17-3-2 DNP 2-0-0 DNP DNP 1-2-1 0-1-1 DNP 21-4-4 11-10-1 0-0-0 0-4-0 15-1-1 0-3-1 0-0-0 at Tennessee State 71-68 W 24-3-3 DNP 3-2-0 DNP 0-0-0 11-1-1 0-0-1 DNP 19-5-6 7-11-0 2-2-0 0-1-0 4-3-0 8-1-0 DNP JACKSONVILLE STATE 79-52 W 19-1-5 2-2-0 6-3-3 0-0-0 3-1-0 19-2-1 0-1-2 0-0-1 7-4-0 14-4-1 0-2-0 3-1-0 3-6-3 3-1-0 0-1-0 at Morehead State 84-70 W 26-4-4 DNP 6-5-2 0-0-0 2-1-0 10-2-1 0-1-1 DNP 13-4-4 11-13-2 5-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 7-8-0 0-1-0 at Eastern Kentucky 55-61 L 17-2-3 DNP 3-2-1 DNP DNP 0-4-2 0-1-1 DNP 9-6-5 14-7-0 0-2-0 DNP 6-4-0 6-5-0 DNP at Southeast Missouri 64-51 W 11-0-0 0-1-0 9-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 15-2-1 0-1-0 DNP 15-1-6 10-13-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-5-3 4-6-2 0-0-0 EASTERN KENTUCKY 67-47 W 15-5-1 0-4-0 6-3-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 9-5-6 3-11-0 4-2-0 0-2-0 19-3-1 4-2-1 0-0-0 MOREHEAD STATE 73-53 W 14-5-0 0-1-0 2-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 21-1-3 2-0-2 0-0-0 22-4-4 0-7-1 2-4-0 DNP 8-7-0 2-9-1 0-2-0 vs. BELMONT 61-57 W 12-3-3 DNP 8-1-1 DNP DNP 1-1-0 1-0-0 DNP 15-3-6 13-14-0 2-0-0 DNP 7-4-1 2-4-1 DNP vs. UT Martin 80-87 L 14-4-4 DNP 3-6-2 DNP DNP 15-6-2 0-0-1 DNP 19-3-7 6-7-1 0-1-0 0-0-0 12-7-1 11-6-4 DNP

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2012-13 STARTERS

Opponent Tennessee Wesleyan Akron Rice Middle Tennessee Louisiana-Monroe Alcorn State Vanderbilt Samford Western Carolina St. John’s St. Mary’s Marshall Jacksonville State Memphis Belmont Tennessee State SIUE Eastern Illinois UT Martin Austin Peay Murray State Belmont Tennessee State Jacksonville State Morehead State Eastern Kentucky SEMO Eastern Kentucky Morehead State Belmont UT Martin

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G Harris Harris Henderson Henderson Harris Henderson Harris Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Harris Henderson Henderson

G. F/G.. Barker Ky. Cook Barker Ky. Cook Barker Ky. Cook Barker Ky. Cook Barker Ky. Cook Barker Ky. Cook Davis Ky. Cook Harris Heady Harris Heady Harris Heady Harris Heady Harris Ky. Cook Davis Heady Davis Heady Henderson Heady Henderson Heady Davis Barker Davis Henderson Davis Henderson Davis Barker Davis Barker Harris Ke. Cook Harris Ke. Cook Harris Ke. Cook Harris Ky. Cook Harris Ky. Cook Harris Ky. Cook Harris Ky. Cook Barker Davis Davis Harris Davis Harris

F/G Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Davis Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Davis Davis Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Barker Barker Heady Heady Heady Ky. Cook Ky. Cook Heady Heady Heady Ke. Cook Ke. Cook Barker Barker Ky.Cook Ky. Cook Ky. Cook

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THE OVC IN 2012-13

2012-13 OVC AWARDS All-OVC First Team Tech’s Coach of the Year Winners Jasmine Newsome, UT Martin Marynell Meadors, 1978 (19-14/9-1) Ta’Kenya Nixon, Eastern Illinois Marynell Meadors, 1984 (17-11/10-4) Heather Butler, UT Martin Bill Worrell, 1987 (24-7/12-2) Raven Berry, SIUE Bill Worrell, 1990 (26-5/12-0) Diamond Henderson, Tennessee Tech Bill Worrell, 1992 (21-9/13-1) Bill Worrell, 2000 (24-9/16-2) All-OVC Second Team Sytia Messer, 2010 (23-8/15-3) Mariah King, Eastern Illinois% Alex Jones, Eastern Kentucky Tech’s Player of the Year Winners Mariah Robinson, Murray State Pam Chambers, 1979 Terrice Robinson, Morehead State Jerilynn Harper, 1981 Kesi Hess, Tennessee State Jerilynn Harper, 1982 Cheryl Taylor, 1986 All-Newcomer Team Cheryl Taylor, 1987 Erika Sisk, Murray State Angela Moorehead, 1990 Jordan Coleman, Belmont Angela Moorehead, 1991 Kara Wright, Southeast Missouri Roschelle Vaughn, 1993 CoCo Moore, SIUE Janet Holt, 2000 Tiasha Gray, Austin Peay Janet Holt, 2001 Lashay Davis, Tennessee Tech Janet Holt, 2002 Emily Christian, 2006 OVC Player of the Year: Jasmine Newsome, UT Martin OVC Defensive Players of the Year: Jasmine Newsome, UT Martin OVC Freshman of the Year: Erika Sisk, Murray State OVC Coach of The Year: Lee Buchanan, Eastern Illinois

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OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE

From left: Beth DeBauche, Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner; Brad Walker, Associate Commissioner/Chief Operating Officer; Jennifer Gibbs, Assistant Commissioner for Championships; Kyle Schwartz, Assistant Commissioner for Media Relations; Brian Pulley, Assistant Commissioner for External Affairs; Matthew Banker, Assistant Commissioner for Institutional Services; Heather Brown, Director of Media Relations.

Entering its 64th year, the Ohio Valley Conference continues to build on the success that has made it the nation’s eighth-oldest NCAA Division I conference. In May 2011 the Conference expanded for the second time in four years, adding Belmont University which will begin competition in the 2012-13 academic year. The addition of Belmont will give the OVC 12 members, the most the league has had at one time in its illustrious history. The move added a second team in the city of Nashville and was the first addition to the league since Southern Illinois University Edwardsville joined in 2008. SIUE will begin regular season competition this season (2011-12) and be eligible for postseason the same year Belmont joins the league. The 2009-10 school year saw a change in leadership as Beth DeBauche was named the seventh full-time Commissioner in league history on July 28. She is currently one of just five females to be the head of a Division I conference, and one of just eight to lead a Division I conference all-time. The last three commissioners of the OVC have moved onto jobs as the commissioner of the Big Ten, Big 12 and the Mid-American Conferences. The OVC’s proud past dates back to 1948, but seeds for the new league were actually planted in 1941. Discussions were put on hold by World War II but reemerged Feb. 27-28, 1948 at the Kentucky Hotel in Louisville as Morehead State, Louisville and Evansville merged to form the OVC. Tennessee Tech joined the OVC the following year. In the 1950s, the OVC became a pioneer on a much more significant scale socially, breaking racial barriers to providde educational and athletic opportunities to African-Americans. Through the past 63 years, 15 teams have won or shared the league’s football title. The list is led by Eastern Kentucky, winner of 20 outright or shared football crowns, including both the 2007 and 2008 championships. Former member Middle Tennessee is next with 11 titles, followed by Tennessee Tech with nine. The first Division I-AA/FCS football playoff was held in 1978 with only four teams, which is the only year through present day that the OVC did not field a playoff representative. In the late 1970s, women’s athletics began somewhat of a rebirth on the national scene as the NCAA began sponsoring and marketing women’s sports. Recognizing the need to provide increased opportunities for female athletes, the OVC established women’s championships in the sports of basketball, tennis and track in 1977, with cross country and volleyball added over

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the next four years. Those sports were initially governed by the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), but the overall strength of women’s programs in the league was demonstrated by the automatic bids the OVC instantly received when the NCAA became the governing body in 1982. The playing field is not the only place where OVC athletes are working hard. The league also recognizes excellence in the classroom. Six ScholarAthlete Awards are presented yearly to male and female athletes, while others are commended for their academic success by being Medal of Honor recipients or earning a spot on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Additionally, the league annually presents one institutional Academic Achievement Award, as well as separate team awards in each Conference-sponsored sport. Since the College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA) Academic All-America program began, the Ohio Valley Conference has had 202 student-athletes honored with the award, including 35 over the last three years. Through the early years of the league, administrators wrestled with fan behavior due to the close proximity of the Conference members and the intense rivalries which developed. Just as it did decades ago, the OVC took the leadership role on what has become a national issue. In 1995, the OVC

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implemented a first-of-its-kind “Sportsmanship Statement,” a policy which promotes principles of fair play, ethical conduct and respect for one’s opponent. The statement has become a model for others to follow across the nation, and has answered the challenge of the NCAA Presidents Commission to improve sportsmanship in collegiate athletics. Additionally, the OVC annually presents the Steve Hamilton Sportsmanship Award, in honor of the former Morehead State student-athlete, coach and athletics director, to a junior or senior studentathlete with significant athletic contributions who best exemplifies the characteristics of sportsmanship and citizenship. Most recently, the Conference has also implemented the OVC Institutional and Team Sportsmanship Awards, which are presented to one institution and 18 sport-specific teams voted by their peers to have best exhibited the standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct as outlined by the OVC and NCAA. The vision of leadership demonstrated by the Founding Fathers in 1948 remains alive today as the Ohio Valley Conference prepares for the future. One example is in regard to the current trend in collegiate athletics administration for increased involvement of university presidents in setting policies and making rules. The presidents of OVC institutions, however, have always governed the Conference, long before presidential governance became a national theme. The Ohio Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis and track for men, and basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball for women. In addition, the OVC also sponsors the combined men’s and women’s sport of rifle. Now in its seventh decade of competition, the Ohio Valley Conference has grown significantly from its humble beginnings while increasing the number of athletics opportunities it provides for students. Current league representatives include charter members Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University and Murray State University, along with Austin Peay State University, Eastern Illinois University, Jacksonville State University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee at Martin. Belmont University will become the league’s 12th member on July 1, 2012.


Juniors (Front-Back) Kayla Kimes (30) Molly Heady (40), and Christina Caddy (55)

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Juniors (L-R) Diamond Henderson (0), Candace Parsons (32), T’Keyah Williams (22), Kelli Reed (21).

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TEAM RECORD BOOK MOST POINTS Game: 133 vs. UT Chattanooga, 1974-75 116 vs. Wisconsin-LaCrosse, 1975-76 116 vs. Austin Peay, 1978-79 116 vs. Murray State, 1990-91 Season: 2,911 in 1976-77 2,761 in 1980-81 2,703 in 1975-76 HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 90.1 in 1975-76 82.6 in 1990-91 81.7 in 1989-90 81.4 in 1978-79 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 58 vs. UT Chattanooga, 1974-75 49 vs. Belmont, 1979-80 48 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1976-77 47 vs. Furman, 1990-91 47 vs. Indiana State, 1976-77 Season: 1,218 in 1976-77 1,109 in 1980-81 1,106 in 1975-76 FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 11 vs. Middle Tennessee, 2009-10 Season: 612 in 1995-96 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 97 vs. UT Chattanooga, 1974-75 92 vs. Valdosta State, 1978-79 90 vs. Temple, 1976-77 88 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1976-77 Season: 2,640, 1976-77 2,498 in 1974-75 2,229 in 1975-76 FEWEST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 36 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2002-03 Season: 1,547 in 2002-03 AND 1995-96 HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 80.4% vs. Cincinnati, 1980-81 69.2% vs. East Tennessee, 1980-81 65.0% vs. Appalachian State, 1980-81 64.8% vs. Southeast Missouri, 2000-01 Season: 53.0% in 1980-81 51.6% in 1986-87 49.7% in 1981-82, 1988-89 LOWEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 21.7% at Alabama A&M, 2011-12 Season: 30.0% in 1973-74

MOST 3-POINTERS MADE Game: 19 vs. UT Martin, 2000-01 (NCAA/OVC) 15 vs. UT Martin, 2009-10 14 at Jacksonville State, 2005-06 14 vs. Morehead State, 2000-01 Season: 267 in 2000-01 201 in 2001-02 195 in 2003-04 186 in 2009-10 MOST 3-POINTERS ATTEMPTED Game: 34 v. UT Martin, 2000-01 32 vs. UT Martin, 2005-06 31 vs. Western Kentucky, 1999-00 Season: 599 in 2000-01 587 in 2009-10 554 in 2005-06 530 in 2010-11 HIGHEST 3-POINT PERCENTAGE Game: 71.4% vs. Memphis, 2001-02 (5 of 7) 71.0% vs. Austin Peay, 1998-99 70.6% vs. Austin Peay, 2000-01 67.0% vs. Tennessee State, 1998-99 Season: 44.6% in 2000-01 38.3% in 1991-92 38.2% in 2003-04 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 40 vs. Murray State, 1987-88 38 vs. UT Martin, 1994-95 36 vs. Tennessee State, 1997-98 Season: 544 in 1999-00 542 in 1980-81 532 in 1997-98 FEWEST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 1 vs. Morehead State, 1996-97 Season: 293 in 1982-83 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 53 vs. Miss. U. for Women, 1978-79 50 vs. UT Martin, 1994-95 48 vs. Murray State, 1987-88 Season: 769 in 1997-98 752 in 1998-99 750 in 1980-81 FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 2 vs. Delta State, 1977-78 Season: 446 in 1982-83 HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 100% (22/22) vs. Morehead, 2001-02 100% (18/18) vs. N.C. State, 1982-83 100% (16/16) vs. Austin Peay (OVC), 2000-01 100% (15/15) vs. Murray State, 2010-11 100% (14/14) vs. Texas Tech (NCAA), 1999-00 95.7% (22/23) vs. Austin Peay, 1983-84 93.3% (14/15) vs. Akron, 1986-87 Season: 78.2% in 2000-01 77.7% in 2001-02 76.6% in 2003-04 76.3% in 1999-00

LOWEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 28.6% vs. Austin Peay, 1984-85 (4/14) 28.6% vs. UT Chattanooga, 1993-94 (4/14) 28.6% vs. Murray State, 2006-07 (4/14) Season: 54.5% in 1973-74 MOST REBOUNDS Game: 74 vs. Temple, 1976-77 67 vs. Marist, 1986-87 62 vs. UT Martin, 1996-97 62 vs. UNC-Charlotte, 1983-84 61 vs. North Alabama, 1984-85 61 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1978-79 Season: 1,944 in 1974-75 1,804 in 1976-77 1,650 in 1975-76 FEWEST REBOUNDS Game: 18 vs. Tennessee, 1977-78 Season: 945 in 2003-04 MOST ASSISTS Game: 40 vs. Furman, 1990-91 36 vs. Youngstown State, 1987-88 36 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1985-86 35 vs. Union, 1977-78 Season: 723 in 1985-86 659 in 1980-81 636 in 1989-90 MOST STEALS Game: 28 vs. Austin Peay, 1978-79 27 vs. Belmont, 1979-80 24 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1977-78 23 vs. Appalachian State, 1980-81 Season: 443 in 1978-79 428 in 1976-77 334 in 1977-78 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 12 vs. Tennessee State, 1990-91 12 vs. Mississippi, 1993-94 11 vs. Morehead State, 1996-97 10 vs. Austin Peay, 1990-91 10 vs. Mississippi, 1995-96 Season: 155 in 1993-94 113 in 2011-12 108 in 1989-90 MOST TURNOVERS Game: 46 vs. Mississippi, 1978-79 Season: 733 in 1978-79 FEWEST TURNOVERS Game: 5 vs. Austin Peay, 2001-02 Season: 399 in 2003-04 MOST FOULS Game: 37 vs. Murray State, 2009-10 Season: 716 in 1974-75 FEWEST FOULS Game: 6 vs. Murray State, 1994-95 6 vs. Eastern Illinois, 2001-02 Season: 443 in 1997-98 MOST TIMES FOULED OUT Season: 30 in 1978-79 FEWEST TIMES FOULED OUT Season: 4 in 2006-07

Dana Bilyeu is in the record books for multiple three-point categories.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORD BOOK MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 47, Jerilynn Harper vs. Pittsburgh, 1980-81 Season: 1,011, Jerilynn Harper, 1980-81 831, Jerilynn Harper, 1981-82 793, Cheryl Taylor, 1986-87 746, Cheryl Taylor, 1985-86 Career: 2,526, Cheryl Taylor, 1983-87

MOST REBOUNDS Game: 30, Pam Cassity vs. Middle Tenn., 1975-76 24, Trish Bell vs. Tennessee, 1976-77 24, Cheryl Taylor vs. East Tenn., 1983-84 23, Cheryl Taylor vs. three opponents Season: 527, Pam Cassity, 1975-76 484, Pam Cassity, 1976-77 446, Pam Cassity, 1974-75 425, Cheryl Taylor, 1985-86 Career: 1,782, Pam Cassity, 1973-77

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Season: 29.7, Jerilynn Harper, 1980-81 26.8, Jerilynn Harper, 1981-82 25.6, Cheryl Taylor, 1986-87 24.6, Janet Holt, 2000-01 Career: 24.3, Jerilynn Harper, 1979-82 21.2, Angela Moorehead, 1988-91 21.1, Cheryl Taylor, 1983-87 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 19, Jerilynn Harper vs. East Tenn., 1980-81 18, Jerilynn Harper vs. Delta State, 1980-81 18, Jerilynn Harper vs. Clemson, 1980-81 18, Cheryl Taylor vs. Austin Peay, 1986-87 Season: 410, Jerilynn Harper, 1980-81 343, Jerilynn Harper, 1981-82 329, Cheryl Taylor, 1986-87 Career: 1,025, Cheryl Taylor, 1983-87 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 32, Jerilynn Harper vs. Pittsburgh, 1980-81 31, Angela Moorehead vs. Murray St., 1989-90 31, Jerilynn Harper vs. N.C. State, 1981-82 Season: 653, Jerilynn Harper, 1980-81 627, Cheryl Taylor, 1986-87 Career: 1,964, Pam Chambers, 1976-80 HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: Minimum 12 FGA 100% Cheryl Taylor vs. So. Illinois, 1986-87 (12/12) .889 Cheryl Taylor vs. Akron, 1985-86 (16/18) .867 Emily Christian vs. UT Martin, 2002-03 (13/15) Diane Seng vs. E. Illinois, 1997-98 (13/15) Season: .717 Renay Adams, 1990-91 (first in NCAA) .678 Diane Seng, 1996-97 (first in NCAA) .668 Lydia Sawney, 1982-83 (first in NCAA) .646 Roschelle Vaughn, 1992-93 .646 Renay Adams, 1987-88 (2nd in NCAA) Career: (2 years) 62.6%, Roschelle Vaughn, 1992-93 (3 years) 58.9%, Jerilynn Harper, 1979-82 (4 years) 64.4%, Renay Adams, 1987-91 MOST FREE THROWS MADE Game: 17, Janet Holt vs. Morehead State, 2000-01 17, Jerilynn Harper vs. Mich. State, 1980-81 16, Janet Holt vs. Mississippi, 2001-02 Season: 249, Janet Holt, 2000-01 195, Janet Holt, 1999-00 191, Jerilynn Harper, 1980-81 Career: 748, Janet Holt, 1998-02 575, Tacarra Hayes, 2008-11 476, Cheryl Taylor, 1983-87 476, Diane Seng, 1997-00 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 22, Diane Seng vs. UT Martin, 1997-98 22, Vickie Sherrill vs. Federal City, 1971-72 22, Jerilyn Harper vs. Mich. State, 1980-81 Season: 291, Janet Holt, 2000-01 242, Jerilynn Harper, 1980-81 235, Janet Holt, 1999-00 Career: 905, Janet Holt, 1998-02

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE Season: 17.6, Pam Cassity, 1975-76 Career: 13.9, Pam Cassity, 1974-77

Shawn Monday set the Tech record for assists in a game -- it was also the NCAA mark at the time -- with 22 at Morehead State

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: Minimum 12 FTA 100% Janet Holt vs. Tenn. State, 1999-00 (12/12) Gayle Hastings vs. MTSU, 1976-77 (12/12) .938 Shawn Monday vs. Murray St., 1987-88 (15/16) .933 Janet Holt vs. Austin Peay, 2000-01 (14/15) Jerilynn Harper vs. MTSU, 1980-81 (14/15) Season: .872 Kim Grizzle, 1975-76 .856 Janet Holt, 2000-01 .855 Leah Bird, 2001-02 .855 Molly Heady, 2010-11 .845 Kim Grizzle,1976-77 Career: (2 seasons) .853, Kim Grizzle, 1975-77 (3 seasons) .785, Jerilynn Harper, 1979-82 (4 seasons) .826, Janet Holt, 1998-2002 MOST 3-POINTERS MADE Game: 10, Stefanie Holbrook vs. EIU, 2004-05 9, Rachael Gobble vs. East Tenn., 2000-01 9, Dana Bilyeu vs. UT Martin, 1992-93 8, Sheri Lewis vs. Murray State, 1994-95 8, Dana Bilyeu vs. Southeast Mo., 1991-92 8, Mitzi Rice vs. Univ. of Memphis, 1989-90 Season: 86, Allison Clark, 2000-01 85, Mitzi Rice,1989-90 81, Dana Bilyeu, 1991-92 Career: 225, Allison Clark, 1999-2002 176, Rachael Gobble, 1998-2001 157, Allison Clark, 1999-2001 MOST 3-POINTERS ATTEMPTED Game: 16, Dana Bilyeu vs. UT Martin, 1992-93 Season: 227, Dana Bilyeu, 1992-93 208, Dana Bilyeu, 1991-92 204, Mitzi Rice, 1989-90 Career: 555, Allison Clark, 1999-2002 435, Dana Bilyeu, 1991-93

MOST ASSISTS Game: 22, Shawn Monday vs. Morehead St., 1987-88 17, Gayle Hastings vs. Union, 1976-77 16, Anita Myers vs. Youngstown, 1982-83 16, Chris Moye vs. Akron, 1985-86 15, Shawn Monday vs. Morehead St., 1986-87 Season: 270, Chris Moye, 1985-86 225, Shawn Monday, 1986-87 220, Cecilia Ramsey, 1990-91 215, Shawn Monday, 1989-90 Career: 822, Shawn Monday, 1986-90 MOST STEALS Game: 9, Sherry Batten vs. Murray State, 1991-92 9, Chris Moye vs. Kentucky, 1984-85 8, Shawn Monday vs. Murray State, 1987-88 8, Robyn Markey vs. Appalachian St., 1980-81 7, By 14 players Season: 104, Pam Chambers, 1978-79   91, Kim Grizzle, 1976-77 82, Chris Moye, 1985-86 Career: 324, Pam Chambers, 1976-80 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 9, Renay Adams vs. Tenn. State, 1990-91 7, Diane Seng vs. Morehead State, 1996-97 6, By seven players Season: 55, Melinda Clayton, 1987-88 55, Taryn Slattery, 1993-94 54, Trish Bell, 1977-78 51, Melinda Clayton, 1986-87 Career: 194, Melinda Clayton, 1986-90 MOST PERSONAL FOULS Season: 126, Barbara Dam, 1978-79 Career: 399, Barbara Dam, 1977-81 395, Cheryl Taylor, 1983-87 MOST TIMES FOULED OUT Season: 10, Barbara Dam, 1978-79 Career: 25, Cheryl Taylor, 1983-87 25, Barbara Dam, 1977-81

Trish Bell (52) hauled down 24 rebounds against the Tennessee Lady Vols in the 1976-77 season.

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2,000-POINT PERFORMERS Six Golden Eagles have topped the 2,000 point mark in their careers

Cheryl Taylor — 2,526 Season GP 1983-84 28 1984-85 29 1985-86 32 1986-87 31 Totals 120

Field Goals FG% Free Throws FT% Points 167-303 .551 120-161 .745 454 211-386 .547 111-161 .689 533 318-519 .613 110-157 .701 746 329-627 .525 135-168 .804 793 1025-1835 .558 476-647 .735 2526

Avg 16.2 18.4 23.3 25.6 21.1

Janet Holt — 2,420 Season GP 1998-99 30 1999-00 33 2000-01 30 2001-02 30 Totals 123

Field Goals FG% Free Throws FT% Points 138-282 .489 121-152 .796 397 186-394 .472 195-235 .830 571 236-444 .532 249-291 .856 738 255-509 .501 183-227 .806 714 815-1629 .500 748-905 .826 2420

Avg 13.2 17.3 24.6 23.8 19.6

Emily Christian — 2,314 Season GP 2002-03 29 2003-04 27 2004-05 29 2005-06 32 Totals 117

Field Goals FG% Free Throws FT% Points 198-401 .494 99-124 .798 510 202-423 .478 134-180 .744 552 209-413 .506 137-179 .765 566 259-540 .480 144-201 .716 686 868-1777 .488 514-684 .751 2314

Avg 17.6 20.4 19.5 21.4 19.8

Jerilynn Harper — 2,238 Season 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Totals

GP 27 34 31 92

Field Goals FG% Free Throws FT% Points 159-293 .543 78-100 .780 396 410-653 .628 191-242 .789 1011 343-601 .571 145-185 .784 831 912-1547 .589 414-527 .785 2238

Avg 14.7 29.7 26.8 24.3

Diane Seng — 2,166 Season 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Totals

GP Field Goals 29 257-379 28 190-304 30 181-304 33 217-375 120 845-1362

FG% Free Throws FT% Points .678 130-212 .613 644 .625 115-182 .632 495 .595 76-140 .543 438 .579 155-196 .791 589 .620 476-730 .652 2166

Avg 22.2 17.7 14.6 17.8 18.0

Pam Chambers — 2,144 Season GP Field Goals FG% Free Throws FT% Points 1976-77 33 173-404 .428 42-69 .609 388 1977-78 33 246-495 .497 50-82 .610 542 1978-79 32 274-573 .478 88-129 .682 636 1979-80 34 242-492 .492 94-128 .734 578 Totals 132 935-1964 .476 274-408 .671 2144

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Avg 11.8 16.4 19.9 17.0 16.2


1,000-POINT PERFORMERS 26 players have scored more than 1,000 points in their Golden Eagle careers

Angela Moorehead

(1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91) Totals 91 781-1624 .481 336-495

.679 1925 21.2

Gayle Burgess Hastings

(1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78) Totals 130 751-1528 .491 413-582

.710 1915 14.7

Tacarra Hayes

(2007-08, 2008-09, 2010-11, 2011-12) Totals 125 599-1453 .412 575-815

.706 1786 14.3

Melinda Clayton

(1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90) Totals 121 704-1262 .558 304-456

Angela Moorehead

Gayle Burgess Hastings

Tacarra Hayes

Chris Moye

Renay Adams

Pam Cassity

Melinda Clayton

.667 1712 14.1

Chris Moye

(1982-83, 1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86) Totals 115 697-1615 .431 239-357

.669 1633 14.2

Renay Adams

(1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91) Totals 120 600-931 .644 296-476

.622 1496 12.5

Pam Cassity

(1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77) Totals 128 600-1046 .573 269-496

Kendall Cavin

.542 1469 11.5

Kendall Cavin

(2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07) Totals 120 477-1151 .414 320-391

.818 1457 12.1

Amber Clark

(1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99) Totals 113 540-1184 .456 337-480

.702 1422 12.6

Pam Peek

(1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77 ) Totals 124 611-1337 .457 172-210

.819 1394 11.2

Amber Clark

Pam Peek

Terrance Oglesby

Terrance Oglesby

(1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96) Totals 117 536-1020 .525 217-381

.570 1290 11.0

Cecilia Ramsey

(1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91) Totals 117 495-1080 .458 178-295

.603 1230 10.5

Roschelle Vaughn

(1991-92, 1992-93) Totals 59 488-780 .626 225-312

.721 1203 20.4

Carmen Dowdell

(1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80) Totals 97 501-854 .586 178-245

Cecilia Ramsey

Roschelle Vaughn

Carmen Dowdell

Sherry Batten

Meagan Lyons

Blair Bowens

.726 1180 12.1

Sherry Batten

(1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94) Totals 116 426-969 .440 239-304

.786 1169 10.1

Meagan Lyons

(2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09) Totals 120 428-972 .440 240-379

.633 1143 9.5

Blair Bowens

(2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09) Totals 122 358-934 .383 245-317

.773 1135 9.3

Barbara Dam

(1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81) Totals 130 455-942 .480 179-276

.649 1099 8.5

Tammy Burton

(1983-84, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87) Totals 84 456-1016 .448 178-249

.715 1096 13.1

(1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97) Totals 109 326-946 .345 263-370

.711 1073 9.8

Leslie Van Winkle

Barbara Dam

Tammy Burton

Leslie Van Winkle

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1970-71

ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 23-7

Cookeville Independents.............. 79-46 Lambuth.............................................. 66-47 Tennessee............................................ 56-50 Murray State....................................... 78-52 Cookeville Independents.............. 88-41 Belmont............................................... 58-69 Marshall............................................... 61-60 Austin Peay......................................... 56-29 Middle Tennessee............................. 73-40 Columbia State.................................. 65-41 Miss. Univ. for Women.................... 62-63 Belmont............................................... 56-70 Middle Tennessee............................. 45-39 Jackson State..................................... 61-31 UT Martin............................................. 57-53 Tennessee ........................................... 46-49 Lambuth (forfeit).................................. 2- 0 Middle Tennessee............................. 48-65 Columbia State.................................. 92-62 Austin Peay......................................... 59-46 *Tennessee State.............................. 88-29 *Middle Tennessee........................... 55-42 *Fisk....................................................... 91-39 *Austin Peay....................................... 53-48 *UT Martin........................................... 41-50 #Middle Tennessee.......................... 63-46 #UT Chattanooga............................. 58-41 #Lambuth............................................ 73-56 #UT Martin.......................................... 66-63 #UT Martin.......................................... 45-54

1971-72

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 26-6

Tennessee State................................ 65-37 Belmont............................................... 53-75 Cookeville Independents.............. 65-48 UT Chattanooga................................ 62-46 UT Chattanooga................................ 63-56 UT Martin............................................. 54-41 Middle Tennessee............................. 47-37 Murray State (forfeit)........................... 2- 0 Austin Peay......................................... 63-46 Lambuth.............................................. 55-37 UT Martin............................................. 39-31 Austin Peay......................................... 47-30 Federal City College......................... 63-54 Tech All-Stars...................................... 78-39 Middle Tennessee............................. 63-56 UT Martin............................................. 55-52 Belmont............................................... 50-53 Austin Peay......................................... 64-42 *Austin Peay....................................... 68-32 *Fisk....................................................... 75-22 *Middle Tennessee........................... 53-48 #Lambuth............................................ 66-50 #UT Martin.......................................... 49-52 #Middle Tennessee.......................... 72-40 #UT Martin.......................................... 70-42 #UT Martin.......................................... 64-42 %Western Carolina........................... 65-52 %Murray State................................... 72-44 %Winthrop College......................... 58-45 %UT Martin......................................... 56-62 †Cal. State-Fullerton........................ 56-65 †Queens College.............................. 63-64

1972-73

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 24-6

Belmont............................................... 52-48 Cookeville Independents.............. 50-37 Temple Junior College.................... 47-51 Marshall............................................... 64-46 Middle Tennessee............................. 55-33 Austin Peay......................................... 56-34 UT Chattanooga................................ 60-46 Cookeville Independents.............. 67-29 Belmont............................................... 51-49 Volunteer State.................................. 64-34 Hiwassee.............................................. 36-31 UT Chattanooga................................ 62-48 UT Martin............................................. 48-49 Miss. Univ. for Women.................... 50-45 Middle Tennessee............................. 62-39 Hiwassee.............................................. 53-56 Volunteer State.................................. 64-54 Middle Tennessee............................. 37-44 Austin Peay......................................... 61-46 *Fisk....................................................... 71-41 *Middle Tennessee........................... 60-47 #East Tennessee................................ 60-35 #Tennessee......................................... 48-45 %Murray State................................... 75-48 %Winthrop College......................... 49-48 %East Carolina................................... 58-60 %Tennessee........................................ 61-49 †Cathedral College.......................... 78-24

Overall: 28-2

Year by Year Results

Year Coach W L 1970-71 Marynell Meadors 23 7 1971-72 Marynell Meadors 26 6 1972-73 Marynell Meadors 24 6 1973-74 Marynell Meadors 26 5 1974-75 Marynell Meadors 27 5 1975-76 Marynell Meadors 28 2 1976-77 Marynell Meadors 28 8 1977-78* Marynell Meadors 19 14 1978-79* Marynell Meadors 23 10 1979-80 Marynell Meadors 23 11 1980-81* Marynell Meadors 23 11 1981-82*^ Marynell Meadors 20 11 1982-83 Marynell Meadors 14 13 1983-84 Marynell Meadors 17 11 1984-85^ Marynell Meadors 20 9 1985-86 Marynell Meadors 22 10 1986-87*^ Bill Worrell 24 7 1987-88 Bill Worrell 19 10 1988-89^ Bill Worrell 22 8 1989-90*^ Bill Worrell 26 5 1990-91*^ Bill Worrell 22 8 1991-92*^ Bill Worrell 21 9 1992-93*^ Bill Worrell 22 7 1993-94 Bill Worrell 17 12 1994-95* Bill Worrell 19 13 1995-96 Bill Worrell 11 16 1996-97 Bill Worrell 18 11 1997-98* Bill Worrell 22 7 1998-99*^ Bill Worrell 21 9 1999-00*^ Bill Worrell 24 9 2000-01* Bill Worrell 24 6 2001-02 Bill Worrell 22 8 2002-03 Bill Worrell 12 17 2003-04 Bill Worrell 18 11 2004-05 Bill Worrell 21 8 2005-06* Bill Worrell 23 9 2006-07 Amy Brown 12 18 2007-08 Amy Brown 8 22 2008-09 Amy Brown 9 21 2009-10 Sytia Messer 14 16 2010-11* Sytia Messer 23 8 2011-12 Sytia Messer 17 17 2012-13* Jim Davis 19 12 All-Time Totals 854 431 †Washington State........................... 49-48 †Parsons College.............................. 54-58

1973-74

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 26-5

Hiwassee.............................................. 52-42 Austin Peay......................................... 59-43 Middle Tennessee............................. 48-33 UT Martin............................................. 60-59 Middle Tennessee............................. 58-35 Belmont............................................... 48-50 Volunteer State.................................. 72-59 Roane State......................................... 52-34 Shorter College................................. 68-41 Berry College...................................... 73-57 Volunteer State.................................. 59-58 Tennessee............................................ 51-65 Hiwassee.............................................. 56-40 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 63-51 Belmont............................................... 60-56 Austin Peay......................................... 60-46 Belmont............................................... 47-60 *Fisk....................................................... 61-33 *Austin Peay....................................... 72-57 #East Tennessee................................ 76-40 #Union.................................................. 77-44 #Tennessee (OT)................................ 54-51 %William & Mary............................... 67-35 %Eastern Kentucky ......................... 59-53 %Western Carolina........................... 62-51 %Winthrop College......................... 55-44 †Mississippi College........................ 63-65 †Cal. State-Fullerton........................ 53-41 †Stephen F. Austin........................... 63-43 †Indiana............................................... 72-44 †Wayland Baptist.............................. 50-56

Belmont............................................... 84-75 Delta State.......................................... 58-90 Shorter College................................. 77-61 Cleveland State................................. 78-49 UT Chattanooga..............................133-60 Memphis State.................................. 68-61 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 88-47 Murray State....................................... 75-31 Middle Tennessee............................. 72-35 Kentucky.............................................. 98-58 Australian Nationals Exh................ 56-67 Tennessee............................................ 96-73 Belmont............................................... 65-74 Tennessee............................................ 76-74 UT Chattanooga................................ 76-47 Middle Tennessee............................. 58-46 ‡UT Chattanooga............................. 94-46 ‡Miss. Univ. for Women................101-82

Pct. * Indicates OVC Championship .767 ^ Indicates NCAA Tournament .813 Appearances .800 .839 .844 .933 OVC Record .778 W L Pct. .576 9 1 .900 .697 10 0 1.000 .676 4 2 .667 .676 6 2 .750 .645 10 2 .833 .519 6 4 .600 .607 10 4 .714 .690 12 2 .857 .688 12 2 .857 .744 12 2 .856 .655 11 3 .786 .733 9 3 .750 .839 12 0 1.000 .733 11 1 .917 .700 13 1 .929 .759 14 2 .875 .586 12 4 .750 .594 12 4 .750 .407 7 9 .437 .621 13 5 .722 .759 15 3 .833 .700 14 4 .778 .727 16 2 .881 .800 15 1 .938 .733 13 3 .813 .413 6 10 .375 .621 12 4 .750 .724 13 3 .813 .719 16 4 .800 .400 11 9 .550 .267 7 13 .350 .300 7 11 .389 .466 8 10 .444 .742 15 3 .833 .500 11 5 .687 .613 12 4 .750 .664

384 138

.735

*Austin Peay....................................... 73-52 *Fisk....................................................... 78-39 *Middle Tennessee........................... 67-57 Belmont............................................... 71-92 #Carson-Newman............................ 79-48 #Union.................................................. 68-66 #Memphis State................................ 81-67 %East Carolina................................... 84-57 %Kentucky.......................................... 84-68 %Elon.................................................... 73-63 %Memphis State............................... 73-61 †Utah State......................................... 91-45 †Delta State........................................ 66-88 †William Penn (OT).......................... 65-67

1975-76

Coach: Marynell Meadors

Kentucky.............................................. 79-71 Ohio State........................................... 83-60 Mercer.................................................. 87-67 Delta State.......................................... 82-91 Edinboro State................................... 84-63 Indiana State...................................... 89-61 Marshall............................................... 90-52 Belmont............................................... 71-65 Middle Tennessee............................. 86-75 ‡Austin Peay....................................... 97-52 ‡Tennessee......................................... 83-61 Western Kentucky............................ 96-69 North Carolina.................................111-63 Tennessee (OT).................................. 89-84 UT Chattanooga................................ 88-63 Belmont............................................... 75-61 Western Kentucky..........................106-69 Middle Tennessee............................. 99-58 UT Chattanooga................................ 91-55 Austin Peay......................................... 80-50 #Tennessee......................................... 91-76 #Middle Tennessee.......................... 84-68 %Western Carolina........................... 94-81 %Charleston....................................... 97-67 %Eastern Kentucky.......................... 91-80 †William Penn.................................... 70-78 †Wisconsin-La Crosse....................116-78 †Baylor.................................................. 89-78 †Mississippi College......................111-93 †Montclair State................................ 94-88

1976-77

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 28-8

Starters: F – Pam Chambers F – Pam Peek C – Pam Cassity G – Kim Grizzle G – Gayle Hastings Top Reserves: Janet Bowden, Sally Thornton, Trish Bell Kentucky.............................................. 70-72 Immaculata......................................... 70-73 2ßßWest Chester State................... 79-67 2St. Joseph’s....................................... 73-82 2Temple............................................... 87-48 Queens College................................. 72-68 ‡Indiana............................................... 79-63 ‡Belhaven............................................ 86-60 ‡Miss. Univ. for Women.................. 87-58 ‡Stephen F. Austin.........................102-68 Indiana State....................................110-76 Marshall.............................................101-38 Middle Tennessee............................. 97-67 UT Chattanooga................................ 91-88 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 81-60 Western Kentucky............................ 87-75 Kentucky.............................................. 92-69 UT Chattanooga................................ 75-64 North Carolina................................... 90-67 Belmont............................................... 83-70 Union.................................................... 92-91 Middle Tennessee............................. 78-80 Tennessee............................................ 70-65 Belmont............................................... 78-62 Union..................................................102-89 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 79-66 Tennessee............................................ 67-80 #Memphis State................................ 79-72 #Tennessee......................................... 76-70 %Memphis State............................... 78-63 %North Carolina............................... 61-58 %Tennessee........................................ 59-72 †Immaculata...................................... 73-83 †Fresno State..................................... 70-67

1974-75

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 27-5

Illinois State........................................ 72-42

1977-78 OVC Regular Season Champions


ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES

†Kansas State..................................... 68-58 †Southern Connecticut.................. 72-85 2Bicentennial Tournament

1977-78

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 19-14 / 9-1 OVC

Starters: F – Gayle Hastings F – Carmen Dowdell C – Carla Tart G – Barbara Dam G – Pam Chambers Top Reserves: Trish Bell, Robyn Markey 3Delta State........................................ 60-85 3Tennessee......................................... 60-65 Kentucky.............................................. 89-69 Memphis State.................................. 49-73 UT Martin............................................. 79-70 ‡Kansas State..................................... 73-59 ‡Central Missouri.............................. 76-57 ‡Tennessee......................................... 64-79 ‡Miss. Univ. for Women.................. 72-73 Delta State.......................................... 72-74 Missouri................................................ 70-73 Middle Tennessee............................. 88-81 Immaculata......................................... 75-81 Tennessee (OT).................................. 81-82 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 85-69 Belmont............................................... 83-52 East Tennessee................................... 74-66 Austin Peay......................................... 73-49 Murray State....................................... 89-77 Morehead State................................. 80-82 Valdosta State.................................... 81-67 Middle Tennessee............................. 81-66 Western Kentucky............................ 84-81 Belmont............................................... 71-54 4Old Dominion.................................. 65-61 4Tennessee......................................... 64-80 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 78-73 Kentucky.............................................. 72-81 East Tennessee................................... 79-65 Morehead State................................. 92-74 #Middle Tennessee.......................... 96-68 #Tennessee......................................... 73-92 #Memphis State................................ 76-88 3Delta State Tip-Off Tournament 4Lady Vol Classic

1978-79

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 23-10 / 10-0 OVC

Starters: F – Carmen Dowdell F – Pam Chambers C – Carla Tart G – Barbara Dam G – Robyn Markey Top Reserves: Ann Elsea, Pam Kilday +South Carolina................................ 83-97 +Pittsburgh......................................... 78-70 Belmont............................................... 77-69 Vanderbilt............................................ 73-68 Valdosta State..................................99-107 Florida................................................... 89-75 ‡Valdosta State.................................. 84-93 ‡Miss. Univ. for Women................107-76 ‡Mississippi......................................72-100 Southern Mississippi....................... 59-72 Austin Peay......................................... 83-65 Murray State....................................... 94-76 Middle Tennessee...........................107-73 Western Kentucky............................ 63-60 Delta State.......................................... 69-76 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 94-84 Morehead State................................. 89-85 Vanderbilt............................................ 81-65 Belmont............................................... 73-66 Memphis State.................................. 97-71 Austin Peay.......................................116-53 Murray State....................................... 65-63 IWestern Kentucky........................... 67-69 IEastern Kentucky............................. 82-73 Western Kentucky............................ 69-63 Tennessee............................................ 75-80 UT Martin...........................................100-61 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 94-59 East Tennessee................................... 88-73 #Vanderbilt......................................... 70-49 #East Tennessee................................ 56-53 #Tennessee......................................... 60-85 %North Carolina State.................... 72-89

1979-80

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 23-11 / 4-2 OVC Starters: F – Jerilynn Harper

F – Carmen Dowdell C – Holly Hoover G – Pam Chambers G – Barbara Dam Top Reserves: Pam Kilday, Trish Bell, Robyn Markey Cumberland.....................................107-36 +Nebraska........................................... 77-68 +Clemson............................................ 94-77 Delta State.......................................... 72-92 IAustin Peay........................................ 69-75 Belmont............................................... 83-72 ‡Belhaven............................................ 85-73 ‡Middle Tennessee (OT)................. 71-68 ‡Stephen F. Austin........................... 71-89 North Carolina State........................ 83-88 Austin Peay.......................................63-74L Nebraska.............................................. 60-73 Middle Tennessee............................. 52-72 Western Kentucky............................ 76-56 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 82-60 Morehead State................................. 84-62 East Tennessee................................... 83-73 Vanderbilt............................................ 85-67 Memphis State.................................. 83-80 UT Martin............................................. 89-64 Belmont............................................... 87-55 Murray State....................................... 88-63 South Carolina................................... 73-87 Middle Tennessee............................. 72-69 Western Kentucky............................ 81-71 Tennessee............................................ 66-68 5New Mexico..................................... 79-60 5Nevada-Las Vegas.......................... 83-69 UT Chattanooga................................ 84-76 Ohio State........................................... 78-66 #Memphis State................................ 84-72 #Middle Tennessee.......................... 72-70 #Tennessee......................................... 66-83 %South Carolina............................... 62-68 5Las Vegas Desert Classic

1978-79 OVC Regular Season Champions

1980-81 OVC Regular Season Champions

1980-81

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 23-11 / 6-2 OVC

Starters: F – Emily Tyler F – Jerilynn Harper C – Denette Kolbe G – Robyn Markey G – Barbara Dam Top Reserves: Teresa Duncan, Jo Swartz Belmont............................................... 88-54 +Miami (Ohio)..................................106-61 +Michigan State................................ 90-83 Belmont............................................... 80-74 6Wayland Baptist.............................. 67-76 6New Mexico..................................... 91-61 Clemson............................................... 83-92 Appalachian State..........................112-67 Austin Peay......................................... 78-68 Murray State....................................... 71-70 Middle Tennessee............................. 66-76 Western Kentucky..........................103-99 Vanderbilt............................................ 77-69 North Carolina................................... 62-63 North Carolina State........................ 72-83 Memphis State.................................. 80-64 Delta State.......................................... 87-73 Morehead State................................. 83-63 UT Chattanooga................................ 76-85 Murray State....................................... 77-74 Carson-Newman............................... 78-64 Middle Tennessee............................. 78-81 Ohio State........................................... 60-59 East Tennessee.................................103-78 Tennessee............................................ 63-69 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 87-67 UT Martin............................................. 92-59 South Carolina................................... 67-66 #Vanderbilt......................................... 92-77 #East Tennessee................................ 57-61 #Middle Tennessee.......................... 87-79 **Arizona State.................................. 76-85 **Cincinnati........................................ 81-80 **Pittsburgh....................................... 91-93 6Mid-America Classic

1981-82

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 20-11 / 10-2 OVC

Starters: F – Jerilynn Harper F – Lydia Sawney C – Val Streelman G – Dee Davis G – Anita Myers Top Reserves: Denette Kolbe, Emily Tyler, Teresa Duncan +Arkansas............................................ 96-75

1981-82 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions +Cincinnati......................................... 79-71 Mississippi........................................... 61-80 Belmont............................................... 79-51 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 78-80 Morehead State................................. 83-99 Mercer.................................................. 84-77 Middle Tennessee............................. 81-67 South Carolina................................... 57-83 Louisville.............................................. 60-62 Northern Kentucky.......................... 60-69 North Carolina State........................ 73-91 Kentucky.............................................. 55-72 Appalachian State..........................100-60 Western Kentucky............................ 65-60 Austin Peay......................................... 99-65 Murray State....................................... 82-51 UT Chattanooga................................ 77-66 Middle Tennessee............................. 74-68 Clemson............................................... 78-79 Georgia................................................. 74-94 Belmont............................................... 64-56 Western Kentucky............................ 80-66 Carson-Newman............................... 93-76 Austin Peay......................................... 87-63 Murray State....................................... 80-77 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 92-73 Morehead State................................. 80-69 IAustin Peay........................................ 74-64 IMorehead State............................... 80-66 ##Louisiana Tech.............................53-114

1982-83

Coach: Marynell Meadors

Overall: 14-13 / 6-4 OVC

Starters: F – Lydia Sawney F – Chris Moye C – Val Streelman G – Anita Myers G – Mindy Campbell Top Reserves: Dee Davis, Emily Tyler, Tracy Fletcher +Arkansas State................................ 71-47 +Baylor................................................. 69-67 Auburn................................................. 37-63 East Tennessee................................... 60-52 Mercer.................................................. 70-72 7Tampa................................................ 75-54 7Virginia............................................... 67-70 Mississippi.........................................83-101 Kentucky............................................67-102 Murray State....................................... 77-68 Middle Tennessee............................. 72-74 Clemson............................................... 67-68 Vanderbilt............................................ 82-73 Austin Peay......................................... 78-65 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 68-57 Morehead State................................. 63-64 North Carolina State........................ 70-63 Georgia................................................. 61-72 Murray State....................................... 71-74 Middle Tennessee............................. 77-95 Austin Peay......................................... 84-55 Louisville.............................................. 83-77 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 68-64 Morehead............................................ 75-44

Western Kentucky............................ 99-75 IYoungstown State.........................103-78 IMorehead State............................... 49-69 7USF Christmas Invitational

1983-84

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 17-11 / 10-4 OVC

Starters: F – Chris Moye F – Kelly Tempel C – Cheryl Taylor G – Mindy Campbell G – Tammy Burton Top Reserves: Michele Bishop, Tonie Edwards, Teresa Officer, Jackie Oslonian +UNC Charlotte................................. 74-66 +East Tennessee................................ 75-63 UT Chattanooga................................ 66-74 Belmont............................................... 80-63 8NW Louisiana................................... 76-81 8Southern Mississippi..................... 88-89 Vanderbilt..........................................80-111 Mercer.................................................. 64-54 9Northwestern.................................. 74-77 9Georgetown..................................... 76-72 9Georgia Southern.......................... 75-65 Middle Tennessee............................. 66-70 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 62-51 Morehead State................................. 58-53 Akron.................................................... 71-57 Youngstown State............................ 84-66

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ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES Murray State....................................... 91-59 Austin Peay......................................... 80-66 Western Kentucky............................ 66-71 Murray State....................................... 74-83 Austin Peay......................................... 76-61 Eastern Kentucky (OT).................... 81-78 Morehead State................................. 58-63 Akron.................................................... 69-65 Youngstown State............................ 83-82 Middle Tennessee............................. 64-85 IEastern Kentucky............................. 70-64 IMiddle Tennessee............................ 64-71 8Lady Eagle Classic 9Converse Classic

1984-85

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 20-9 / 12-2 OVC

Starters: F – Michele Bishop F – Chris Moye C – Cheryl Taylor G – Tonie Edwards G – Michelle Holloway Top Reserves: Tracy Munsey, Leah Frazier, Tammy Burton (Injured) +Virginia Tech.................................... 94-79 +Southern Mississippi.................... 83-67 North Alabama.................................. 74-58 Vanderbilt............................................ 79-74 Clemson............................................... 71-70 Cumberland....................................... 80-63 Auburn................................................. 65-77 10Morgan State................................ 88-66 10Auburn............................................ 53-69 10Louisiana State............................. 63-84 Middle Tennessee............................. 58-62 Western Kentucky............................ 70-79 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 75-66 Morehead State................................. 53-41 Akron.................................................... 62-57 Youngstown State............................ 81-65 Murray State....................................... 83-68 Austin Peay......................................... 80-72 Kentucky.............................................. 75-87 Murray State....................................... 69-61 Austin Peay......................................... 64-73 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 67-62 Morehead State................................. 76-66 Middle Tennessee (OT)................... 92-86 Akron.................................................... 99-61 Youngstown State............................ 93-64 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 72-65 ! Middle Tennessee........................... 61-67 ##Georgia............................................ 74-91 10Converse Classic

1985-86

Coach: Marynell Meadors Overall: 22-10 / 12-2 OVC

Starters: F – Leah Frazier F – Chris Moye C – Cheryl Taylor G – Adrienne Black G – Tammy Burton Top Reserves: Tracy Munsey, Michelle Holloway, Michele Bishop (injured) +East Carolina.................................... 75-73 +Georgia.............................................. 64-79 Tennessee State................................ 91-79 ~Marshall............................................. 81-64 ~Memphis State............................... 63-77 Vanderbilt............................................ 72-87 &Idaho.................................................. 84-87 &UA-Birmingham............................. 80-67 Southwest Missouri......................... 94-77 Clemson............................................... 85-78 Kentucky.............................................. 69-65 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 77-58 Austin Peay<...................................... 97-87 Murray State<.................................... 64-58 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 82-52 Morehead<......................................... 63-71 Akron<...............................................100-72 Youngstown<.................................... 79-63 Western Kentucky............................ 79-83 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 69-72 Youngstown<.................................... 73-71 Akron<................................................. 80-48 Murray<............................................... 92-69 Austin Peay<...................................... 84-70 Morehead<......................................... 79-69 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 97-70 East Tennessee................................... 93-79 !Youngstown...................................... 89-54 !IMiddle Tennessee.......................... 63-66 **NW Louisiana................................. 71-77

**West Texas....................................... 65-78 **Fresno State.................................... 79-77 ~ Mid-America Classic & Lady Tiger Classic

1986-87

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 24-7 / 12-2 OVC

Starters: F – Leah Frazier F – Melinda Clayton C – Cheryl Taylor G – Tracy Munsey G – Shawn Monday Top Reserves: Adrienne Black, Tammy Burton (injured), Michele Bishop (injured) +Appalachian State......................... 59-56 +Northeastern................................... 59-49 ~Marist................................................. 75-48 ~East Carolina.................................... 66-70 East Tennessee................................... 85-67 Stetson................................................. 81-63 &North Carolina State..................... 63-89 &West Virginia.................................... 81-59 Missouri................................................ 64-74 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 78-74 Austin Peay<...................................... 98-58 Murray State<.................................... 84-82 Eastern Kentucky<.........................100-73 Morehead State<.............................. 76-61 Akron<................................................. 70-64 Youngstown State<......................... 63-59 Western Kentucky............................ 73-94 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 85-94 Southern Illinois................................ 73-65 Youngstown State<......................... 82-81 Akron<................................................. 78-57 Tennessee State<............................. 86-56 Murray State<.................................... 84-75 Austin Peay<....................................100-68 Morehead State<.............................. 61-74 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 95-77 Vanderbilt............................................ 81-79 ! Morehead State.............................. 70-64 ! Middle Tennessee........................... 71-67 ##Southern Mississippi.................. 78-66 ##Tennessee....................................... 59-95 ~ Lady Pirate Classic & Lady Buckeye Classic

1986-87 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions

1988-89 OVC Tournament Champions

1987-88

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 19-10 / 11-3 OVC Starters: F – Arnetta Peterson F – Melinda Clayton C – Renay Adams G – Cecilia Ramsey G – Shawn Monday Top Reserves: Adrienne Black, Melanie Marshall, Jill Tittle +North Georgia................................. 90-57 +Radford.............................................. 60-59 @Kentucky.......................................... 69-78 ~Georgia State.................................. 72-61 ~Missouri............................................. 75-88 @Southern Illinois............................ 65-78 &UNC-Charlotte................................ 60-56 &UT Chattanooga............................. 65-82 @Vanderbilt........................................ 59-72 Alabama State................................... 77-64 @East Tennessee............................... 70-61 @Middle Tennessee<...................... 55-63 @Alabama-Birmingham................. 69-71 @Youngstown State<..................... 73-83 Western Kentucky............................ 67-58 Austin Peay<...................................... 75-47 Murray State<..................................104-94 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 70-85 @Morehead State<.......................... 84-67 @Tennessee State<.......................... 79-64 Morehead State<.............................. 70-57 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 84-66 Youngstown State<......................... 97-84 Tennessee State<............................. 76-52 @Murray State<................................ 81-79 @Austin Peay<................................... 84-66 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 83-79 !Youngstown State (OT)................. 77-74 !Middle Tennessee............................ 62-79 ~ Mid-America Classic & Lady Moc Classic

1988-89

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 22-8 / 9-3 OVC Starters: F – Angela Moorehead

1989-90 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions F– Arnetta Peterson C – Melinda Clayton G – Shawn Monday G – Cecilia Ramsey Top Reserves: Renay Adams, Dana Scott, Cindy Montooth Florida................................................... 63-58 &Monmouth....................................... 71-36 &San Diego State.............................. 56-78 East Tennessee................................... 79-45 Alabama-Birmingham.................... 87-63 Alabama............................................... 66-57 UT Chattanooga................................ 75-66 Mississippi........................................... 62-76 Carson-Newman............................... 89-63 Vanderbilt............................................ 64-79 Tennessee State................................ 97-56 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 74-65 Austin Peay<...................................... 82-72 Murray State<.................................... 62-68 Alabama State (OT).......................... 83-76 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 90-66 Morehead State<.............................. 86-75 Georgia State..................................... 81-58 Kentucky.............................................. 88-68 Morehead State<.............................. 85-86 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 73-72 Murray State<.................................... 71-67 Austin Peay<...................................... 94-62 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 65-73

Tennessee State<............................. 85-64 Western Kentucky............................ 69-70 ! Morehead State.............................. 86-63 ! Murray State..................................... 80-79 ##South Carolina.............................. 77-73 ##Iowa.................................................. 75-77 & San Diego Classic

1989-90

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 26-5 / 12-0 OVC

Starters: F – Angela Moorehead F – Cecilia Ramsey C – Melinda Clayton G – Shawn Monday G – Mitzi Rice Top Reserves: Renay Adams, Arnetta Peterson, Dana Scott, Cindy Montooth Kennesaw............................................ 89-65 UT Chattanooga................................ 70-50 Vanderbilt............................................ 50-62 +Chicago State................................102-51 +Butler................................................110-51 &Houston............................................ 82-85 &Auburn.............................................. 77-60 Georgia State..................................... 83-58 Furman................................................. 76-73 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 71-49 Alabama State................................... 82-38

Tennessee State<............................. 93-55 Southern Illinois................................ 60-62 Austin Peay<....................................102-55 Murray State<.................................... 89-74 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 88-68 Morehead State<.............................. 86-65 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 79-69 Alabama............................................... 73-62 Morehead State<.............................. 96-82 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 82-62 Murray State<.................................... 78-70 Austin Peay<...................................... 94-74 Mississippi........................................... 67-62 Western Kentucky............................ 72-74 Tennessee State<............................. 92-64 Memphis State.................................. 95-71 ! Tennessee State.............................. 86-60 ! Murray State..................................... 79-72 ##Richmond....................................... 77-59 ##Auburn............................................ 54-73 & Las Vegas Classic

1990-91

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 22-8 / 11-1 OVC Starters: F – Angela Moorehead F – Mitzi Rice C – Renay Adams G – Cecilia Ramsey


ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES G – Dana Scott Top Reserves: Sherry Batten, Rhea Beaty, Kim Stout, Taunya Treanton &Indiana State................................... 71-74 &Nicholls State.................................. 71-48 &Nevada.............................................. 94-62 UT Chattanooga................................ 73-53 Montevallo.......................................... 90-66 Furman...............................................111-68 +New Hampshire.............................. 96-68 +Ohio.................................................... 90-58 Southern Illinois................................ 62-72 Mississippi........................................... 64-78 Stephen F. Austin.............................. 64-70 Tennessee State<...........................103-82 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 75-55 Morehead State<.............................. 86-72 Austin Peay<...................................... 88-61 Murray State<..................................109-87 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 64-58 Vanderbilt............................................ 73-66 Tennessee............................................ 67-94 Tennessee State<............................. 90-82 Memphis State.................................. 86-69 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 86-70 Murray State<..................................116-91 Austin Peay<...................................... 93-48 Western Kentucky (2OT)................ 88-95 Morehead State<.............................. 80-76 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 59-70 ! Tennessee State.............................. 81-67 ! Middle Tennessee........................... 84-59 ##Southwest Missouri.................... 64-94 & Wolf Pack Thanksgiving Classic

1991-92

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall 21-9 / 13-1 OVC

Starters: F - Sherry Batten F - Amy Engle C - Roschelle Vaughn G - Dana Bilyeu G - Dana Scott Top Reserves: Rhea Beaty, Mary Alice Clayton, Kim Stout, Taunya Treanton ~Furman.............................................. 86-67 ~Western Kentucky......................... 66-92 Southern Illinois................................ 68-73 Carson-Newman............................... 96-62 +Northeastern................................... 82-73 +Eastern Michigan........................... 84-57 Cincinnati........................................... 65-69 UT Chattanooga................................ 86-81 &Florida International (OT)........... 88-90 &Cleveland State.............................. 98-76 &Boston College............................... 60-68 Mississippi........................................... 62-70 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 64-67 Morehead State<............................100-80 Murray State<.................................... 80-68 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 86-80 Austin Peay<...................................... 71-59 Southeast Missouri<....................... 83-58 Tennessee State<............................. 84-64 Southeast Missouri<....................... 85-71 Austin Peay<...................................... 79-69 Middle Tennessee (OT)<................ 93-92 Murray State<.................................... 83-77 Morehead State<.............................. 94-65 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 70-60 Vanderbilt............................................ 59-87 Tennessee State<............................. 80-67 ! Southeast Missouri........................ 87-74 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 81-74 ##Alabama........................................87-100 ~ Bowling Green Bank Invitational & Pepsi-Church’s Classic

1992-93

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall 22-7/12-2 OVC

Starters: F - Mary Alice Clayton F - Amy Engle C - Roschelle Vaughn G - Sherry Batten G - Dana Bilyeu Top Reserves: Terrance Oglesby, Lisa Poe, Taryn Slattery, Kim Stout UT Chattanooga................................ 82-72 Florida................................................... 81-61 Southern Illinois (OT)...................... 66-65 +Georgia Southern.......................... 71-63 +Western Kentucky......................... 65-49 Stephen F. Austin.............................. 56-70 &Florida State.................................... 72-88 &Northwestern.................................. 58-72

Mississippi (OT)................................. 68-70 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 68-59 Morehead State<.............................. 82-49 Austin Peay<....................................109-70 UT-Martin<........................................101-59 Cincinnati............................................ 93-71 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 91-72 Tennessee State<............................. 82-64 Murray State<.................................... 93-71 Southeast Missouri<....................... 79-67 UT-Martin<.......................................... 94-62 Austin Peay<...................................... 91-62 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 71-77 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 84-75 Morehead State<.............................. 89-73 Murray State<.................................... 76-85 Southeast Missouri<....................... 73-53 Tennessee State<............................. 83-70 ! Tennessee State.............................. 85-80 ! Middle Tennessee........................... 80-73 ##Old Dominion............................... 60-77 & Oakland Tribune Classic

1990-91 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions

1993-94

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 17-12 / 12-4 OVC

Starters: F - Sherry Batten F - Terrance Oglesby C - Mary Alice Clayton G - Taunya Lovelace G - Leslie VanWinkle Top Reserves: Shannon Clardy, Taryn Slattery, Kim Stout Southern Illinois................................ 69-67 &Colorado State................................ 51-65 &Nevada-Las Vegas.......................... 61-79 Alabama State................................... 65-70 Mercer.................................................. 72-53 Florida................................................... 59-79 Mississippi........................................... 46-71 Western Kentucky............................ 69-64 Austin Peay<...................................... 75-55 UT Martin<.......................................... 81-67 UT Chattanooga................................ 52-55 Southeast Missouri<....................... 56-70 Murray State<.................................... 77-67 Morehead State<.............................. 85-69 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 67-78 Tennessee State<............................. 62-57 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 70-74 Georgia................................................. 62-79 UT Martin<.......................................... 88-69 Southeast Missouri<....................... 71-53 Murray State<.................................... 72-57 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 83-74 Austin Peay<...................................... 64-61 Tennessee State<............................. 43-59 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 71-60 Morehead State<.............................. 67-52 !Morehead State............................... 63-62 ! Austin Peay....................................... 86-60 ! Tennessee State.............................. 63-71 & UNLV 7-Up Desert Classic

1991-92 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions

1992-93 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions

1994-95

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall 19-13 / 12-4 OVC

Starters: F - Elizabeth Maxwell F - Sheri Lewis C - Terrance Oglesby G - Taunya Lovelace G - Leslie VanWinkle Top Reserves: Shannon Cardy, Taryn Slattery, Mary Alice Clayton, Becky Clabough ~North Carolina................................ 52-79 ~New Mexico..................................... 79-66 ~Virginia.............................................. 54-75 Cumberland....................................... 78-50 Southern Illinois................................ 67-83 UT Chattanooga................................ 72-60 ^Alcorn State..................................... 85-69 &UAB (OT)........................................... 55-58 Louisiana Tech................................... 33-62 Mississippi........................................... 38-61 Georgia................................................. 64-82 Austin Peay<...................................... 66-69 UT Martin<.......................................... 72-57 Southeast Missouri<....................... 73-49 Murray State&.................................... 70-52 Morehead State<.............................. 91-69 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 62-71 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 69-48 Western Kentucky............................ 61-82 Tennessee State<............................. 87-78 UT Martin (OT)<................................ 83-76 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 63-66 Murray State<.................................... 85-70

1994-95 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions Southeast Missouri<....................... 72-62 Austin Peay<...................................... 94-70 Tennessee State<............................. 50-56 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 64-63 Morehead State<.............................. 93-58 UNC-Charlotte................................... 70-62 ! Southeast Missouri........................ 82-59 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 63-59 ! Tennessee State.............................. 63-66 ~ Rainbow Wahine Classic & Lady Blazer Classic

1995-96

Coach: Bill Worrell

Overall: 11-16/7-9 OVC

Starters F - Amber Clark F - Andrea Baldwin C - Terrance Oglesby G - Becky Clabough G - Leslie VanWinkle Top reserves: Shannon Clardy, Pamela Rogers, Taryn Slattery Western Kentucky............................ 57-61 Mississippi........................................... 51-73 +So. Carolina St................................. 84-56 +Stetson.............................................. 60-56

Southern Illinois................................ 66-54 UNC-Charlotte................................... 54-69 &Purdue............................................... 50-94 &UNLV................................................... 74-53 UT Martin<.......................................... 79-78 Murray State<.................................... 61-60 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 57-88 Austin Peay<...................................... 60-59 Louisiana Tech.................................56-101 Southeast Missouri<....................... 81-87 Morehead State<.............................. 75-66 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 74-66 Tennessee State<............................. 69-63 Murray State<.................................... 46-59


ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES UT Martin<.......................................... 61-75 UT Chattanooga................................ 55-57 Austin Peay<...................................... 52-59 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 64-75 Southeast Missouri<....................... 62-63 Tennessee State<............................. 67-61 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 51-70 Morehead State<.............................. 65-72 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 56-68 & Holiday Ball Classic

1996-97

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 18-11/13-5 OVC

Starters F - Amber Clark F - Andrea Baldwin C - Diane Seng G - Becky Clabough G - Leslie VanWinkle Top reserves: Collin Carmichael, Shannon Clardy, Ann Parks UNC-Charlotte................................... 65-64 UT Chattanooga................................ 72-57 @Southern Illinois............................ 59-66 Alabama-Huntsville......................... 81-54 @Wake Forest..................................... 58-61 &California.......................................... 67-85 &Cal-Irvine.......................................... 67-78 @Morehead State<.......................... 78-57 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 72-75 Austin Peay<.............................72-70 (OT) @Middle Tennessee<...................... 71-61 UT Martin<.......................................... 71-67 Eastern Illinois<................................. 66-68 Southeast Missouri<....................... 75-68 Tennessee State<............................. 81-48 @UT Martin<...................................... 65-45 @Murray State<................................ 48-52 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 82-77 Morehead State<.............................. 87-90 @Tennessee State<.......................... 61-49 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 65-71 Ole Miss................................................ 58-75 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 85-67 @Eastern Illinois<....................81-74 (OT) @Austin Peay<................................... 68-63 Murray State<.................................... 77-62 ! Murray State..................................... 72-61 ! Middle Tennessee........................... 59-56 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 65-69 & Oakland Tribune Classic

1997-98

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 22-7/15-3 OVC

Starters F - Amber Clark F - Andrea Baldwin C - Diane Seng G - Becky Clabough G - Rachael Gobble Top reserves: Leah Bird, Collin Carmichael, Amy Moore, Miranda Moore, Ann Parks Clemson (WNIT)................................ 46-61 @UNC Charlotte................................ 38-66 Ole Miss................................................ 52-49 @East Tennessee............................... 77-70 Wake Forest........................................ 65-44 Southern Illinois................................ 67-64 @Chattanooga................................... 61-51 &Memphis........................................... 75-84 &Portland State................................. 71-62 UT Martin<.......................................... 75-72 Murray State<.................................... 63-55 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 56-59 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 54-63 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 66-60 @Middle Tennessee<...................... 74-55 Austin Peay<...................................... 78-48 Tennessee State<..................... 86-78 (ot) @Eastern Kentucky<.............92-97 (3ot) @Morehead State<.......................... 70-59 @Murray State<................................ 62-60 @UT Martin<...................................... 73-67 Eastern Illinois<................................. 77-56 Southeast Missouri<....................... 65-52 @Austin Peay<................................... 75-53 @Tennessee State<.......................... 71-61 Morehead State<............................102-77 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 81-71 ! Austin Peay....................................... 80-60 ! UT Martin.......................................... 53-69 & Pepperdine Classic

1998-99

Coach: Bill Worrell

Overall: 21-9/14-4 OVC

Starters F - Janet Holt F - Andrea Baldwin C - Diane Seng G - Misty Garrett G - Rachael Gobble Top reserves: Leah Bird, Collin Carmichael, Amanda Kendall, Ann Parks @Southern Illinois............................ 68-55 Western Michigan............................ 62-74 East Tennessee State....................... 87-70 @Western Kentucky......................... 56-86 @Middle Tennessee<...................... 63-74 @Mississippi....................................... 50-65 &SW Louisiana................................... 68-64 &Indiana.............................................. 75-89 Alabama-Huntsville......................... 85-47 @Murray State<................................ 62-61 @UT Martin<...................................... 84-82 Eastern Illinois<................................. 80-63 Southeast Missouri<....................... 82-64 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 85-63 @Austin Peay<................................... 77-60 @Tennessee State<.......................... 55-56 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 71-76 Morehead State<.............................. 94-68 Murray State<.................................... 76-68 UT Martin<.......................................... 81-72 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 83-62 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 70-74 Austin Peay<...................................... 78-51 Tennessee State<............................. 80-61 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 86-69 @Morehead State<.......................... 87-63 ! Austin Peay....................................... 74-60 ! Southeast Missouri........................ 73-62 ! UT Martin.......................................... 86-83 ##Old Dominion............................... 48-74 &Hampton Inn/Fazoliâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Classic

1997-98 OVC Regular Season Champions

1998-99 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions

1999-00

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 24-9/16-2 OVC

Starters F - Janet Holt F - Allison Clark C - Diane Seng G - Misty Garrett G - Rachael Gobble Top reserves: Andrea Baldwin, Leah Bird, Collin Carmichael, Misty Garrett, Amanda Kendall, Ann Parks ~Hawaii................................................ 49-51 ~Arizona.............................................. 71-87 ~Oklahoma......................................... 74-64 Western Kentucky............................ 60-71 Southeast Missouri.......................... 65-61 Eastern Illinois.................................... 82-44 Southern Illinois............................... .74-64 Georgia................................................. 72-77 &Centenary College.......................103-50 &UAB..................................................... 68-79 @Indiana State................................... 62-55 UNC Asheville.................................... 73-60 @Ole Miss............................................ 65-72 @Morehead State<.......................... 82-53 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 88-72 Middle Tennessee<.......................... 77-60 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 82-65 Tennessee State<............................. 80-66 Austin Peay<...................................... 75-58 @UT Martin<...................................... 64-62 @Murray State<................................ 64-59 Morehead State<.............................. 90-42 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 87-54 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 81-63 @Middle Tennessee<...................... 82-90 @Tennessee State<.......................... 68-55 @Austin Peay<................................... 77-68 UT Martin<.......................................... 64-66 Murray State<.................................... 73-49 ! Eastern Illinois................................. 68-48 ! Murray State..................................... 67-45 ! Austin Peay....................................... 89-80 ##Texas Tech....................................... 54-83 ~ Hawaii tournament & UAB tournament

2000-01

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 24-6/15-1 OVC Starters F - Janet Holt F - Rachael Gobble C - Iesha Jones G - Allison Clark G - Misty Garrett

1999-00 OVC Regular Season & Tournament Champions Top reserves: Andrea Brown, Jennifer Wilhelm, Crystal Andrews &Boston College............................... 64-80 &Arkansas State................................ 61-71 East Tennessee................................... 90-60 @Southern Illinois............................ 81-74 Indiana State...................................... 89-63 Western Kentucky............................ 80-99 @Evansville......................................... 67-66 Middle Tennessee............................. 74-87 UNC Asheville.................................... 80-59 @Memphis.......................................... 85-83 @Mississippi....................................... 71-56 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 79-72 Morehead State<............................103-74 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 80-79 Eastern Illinois<................................. 92-55 @Austin Peay<................................... 87-64 @Tennessee State<.......................... 94-64 Murray State<.................................... 63-48 UT Martin<.......................................... 87-75 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 84-66 @Morehead State<.......................... 86-81 Southeast Missouri<....................... 89-75 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 69-63 Austin Peay<....................................102-69 Tennessee State<............................. 93-70 @Murray State<................................ 74-49 @UT Martin<...................................... 75-89 Tennessee State<............................. 98-81 ! UT Martin........................................100-70 ! Austin Peay....................................... 63-65 & Michigan State tournament

2001-02

Coach: Bill Worrell

Overall: 22-8/13-3 OVC

Starters F - Janet Holt F - Rachael Gobble C - Iesha Jones G - Allison Clark G - Misty Garrett Top reserves: Andrea Brown, Jennifer Wilhelm, Crystal Andrews Mississippi........................................... 77-55 @Mississippi State............................ 85-97 &Seton Hall......................................... 78-63 &@Nevada-Las Vegas...................... 67-88 @Western Kentucky......................... 70-84 Southern Illinois................................ 82-75 Memphis.............................................. 75-71 @Middle Tennessee State.............. 68-64 @UNC-Asheville................................ 89-46 Evansville............................................. 63-57 @East Tennessee State.................... 73-82 @Eastern Kentucky.......................... 64-71 @Morehead State............................. 76-73 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 80-77 Murray State<.................................... 73-57 @Austin Peay<................................... 81-80 UT Martin<.......................................... 81-71 @Tennessee State<.......................... 71-54 Eastern Illinois<................................. 66-53 Southeast Missouri<....................... 87-69 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 68-73 @Murray State<................................ 70-61 @UT Martin<...................................... 52-58 Morehead State<.............................. 76-59 Austin Peay<...................................... 80-62 Tennessee State<............................. 75-46 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 66-53 Eastern Illinois<................................. 67-43

! Morehead State.............................. 87-78 ! Austin Peay....................................... 83-85 & UNLV Thanksgiving Classic

2002-03

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 12-17/6-10 OVC

Starters F - Andrea Brown F - Jennifer Simpson C - Emily Christian G - Tynisha Alexander G - Arleigh Brackin Top reserves: Jenna Baltimore, Courtney McFarlin, Casey Bradford East Tennessee................................... 74-56 Middle Tennessee............................. 59-71 @Southern Illinois............................ 66-70 @University of Memphis................ 67-64 @University of Georgia................... 56-87 UNC Asheville.................................... 69-46 @University of Evansville............... 52-61 &University of Toledo...................... 61-71 &Quinnipiac........................................ 78-68 Western Kentucky............................ 61-55 Morehead State<.............................. 64-72 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 71-80 @UT Martin<...................................... 69-72 @Murray State<................................ 62-58 Austin Peay<...................................... 54-65 Tennessee State<............................. 90-60 @Mississippi....................................... 61-69 @Southeast Missouri<.................... 80-86 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 46-64 UT Martin<.......................................... 77-70 @Morehead State<.......................... 65-70


ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES Murray State<.................................... 72-64 Tennessee-Martin<.......................... 70-60 @Jacksonville State <...................... 79-55 @Samford<......................................... 57-39 @Austin Peay<................................... 72-94 Morehead State<.............................. 75-61 ! UT Martin<........................................ 76-60 ! Eastern Kentucky<......................... 74-85 & Malibu Holiday Classic

2004-05

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 21-8/13-3 OVC

2000-01 OVC Regular Season Champions

2001-02 OVC Regular Season Champions

Starters F - Kendall Cavin F - Emily Christian C - Casey Bradford G - Tynisha Alexander G - Jana Reece Top reserves: Marissa Hensley East Tennessee................................... 77-81 Florida Atlantic.................................. 81-65 UAB........................................................ 67-55 @ Southern Illinois........................... 73-55 vs Pepperdine.................................... 63-48 @ California......................................... 41-65 Middle Tennessee............................. 52-50 Alabama............................................... 59-62 Winthrop University........................ 73-54 @ Evansville........................................ 54-67 Western Kentucky............................ 84-74 Eastern Illinois<................................. 88-56 Southeast Missouri<....................... 80-78 Morehead State<.............................. 74-56 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 65-57 @ Southeast Missouri<................... 45-62 @ Eastern Illinois<............................ 86-68 @ Austin Peay<.................................. 85-72 TSU<...................................................... 69-48 @ Samford<........................................ 58-51 @ Jacksonville State<...................... 79-91 @ Murray State<............................... 85-78 @ UT Martin<..................................... 82-58 Jacksonville State<.......................... 61-71 Samford<............................................. 63-48 Austin Peay<...................................... 70-60 @ Morehead State<......................... 76-72 ! UT Martin.......................................... 70-51 ! vs Southeast Missouri................... 68-71

2005-06

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 23-9/ 16-4 OVC

2005-06 OVC Regular Season Champions

2010-11 OVC Regular Season Champions @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 63-72 @Tennessee State<.......................... 81-58 @Austin Peay<................................... 58-73 Southeast Missouri<....................... 72-76 Eastern Illinois<................................. 84-71 ! Eastern Kentucky............................ 67-65 ! Southeast Missouri........................ 65-78 & Malibu Holiday Classic

2003-04

Coach: Bill Worrell Overall: 18-11/12-4 OVC Starters F - Kendall Cavin

F - Emily Christian C - Casey Bradford G - Tynisha Alexander G - Arleigh Brackin Top reserves: Jenna Baltimore, Courtney McFarlin, Andrea Brown @Middle Tennessee......................... 52-65 Memphis.............................................. 50-71 University of Evansville.................. 77-83 Southern Illinois................................ 88-71 @Alabama........................................... 61-83 @UAB.................................................... 63-56 Northern Iowa................................... 73-76

@Hawaii............................................... 64-59 University of Mississippi................. 56-68 @Western Kentucky......................... 81-76 @Eastern Illinois<............................. 71-63 @Southeast Missouri<..................90-102 @Morehead State<.......................... 97-76 @Eastern Kentucky<....................... 69-75 Southeast Missouri<....................... 65-57 Eastern Illinois<................................. 78-64 Austin Peay<...................................... 69-79 @Tennessee State<.......................... 70-48 @East Tennessee<............................ 73-71 Samford<............................................. 76-57 Jacksonville State<.......................... 71-68

Starters F - Kendall Cavin C - Emily Christian G - Meagan Lyons G - Jana Reece G - Deanna Apple Top reserves Kristina Tyler, Marissa Hensley Blair Bowens @Clemson........................................... 71-62 Evansville............................................. 73-65 vs. UT Chattanooga......................... 82-67 vs. UNLV............................................... 55-65 Austin Peay<...................................... 96-74 Southern Illinois................................ 70-60 @ Eastern Illinois<............................ 62-54 @ Southeast Missouri (OT)<......... 81-77 @Western Kentucky......................... 69-81 @ Middle Tennessee........................ 46-74 Samford<............................................. 57-59 @ Eastern Kentucky<...................... 72-61 Morehead State<.............................. 79-66 @ Jacksonville State<...................... 95-64 @ Samford<........................................ 63-51 Eastern Illinois<................................. 78-67 Southeast Missouri<....................... 46-53 @ Murray State<............................... 70-82 Tennessee State<............................. 79-53 @ Morehead State<......................... 60-59 @ UT Martin<..................................... 48-41 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 73-48 Jacksonville State<.......................... 75-61 @ Tennessee State<......................... 71-58 UT Martin<.......................................... 66-43 @Austin Peay<................................... 64-72 Murray State<.................................... 79-73 Eastern Illinois<................................. 83-69 vs. Morehead State<....................... 80-66 vs. Southeast Missouri<................. 50-71 **Belmont........................................... 56-55 **@ Western Kentucky ................... 66-83

2006-07

Coach: Amy Brown Overall: 12-18/11-9 OVC

Starters F - Kendall Cavin F - Cara Reed C - Kristina Tyler G - Meagan Lyons G - Allison Price Top reserves: Marissa Hensley, Blair Bowens Lambuth.............................................. 92-75 @ Alabama.......................................... 56-71 @ Pepperdine..................................... 62-91 vs. Virginia Tech................................. 52-87 Middle Tennessee............................. 50-68 @ Austin Peay<.................................. 57-66 Eastern Illinois<................................. 70-89 Southeast Missouri<....................... 59-58 Clemson............................................... 67-70 @ Southern Illinois........................... 62-69 @ Cincinnati........................................ 70-86 @ North Carolina............................... 52-93 @ Samford<........................................ 44-66 Eastern Kentucky<........................... 84-50 @ Morehead State<......................... 54-57 Jacksonville State<.......................... 85-73 Samford<............................................. 62-55 @ Eastern Illinois<............................ 61-63 @ Southeast Missouri<................... 52-77 Murray State<.................................... 54-49 @ Tennessee State<......................... 50-57 Morehead State<.............................. 59-51 UT Martin<.......................................... 54-48 @ Eastern Kentucky<...................... 65-64 @ Jacksonville State<...................... 85-69 Tennessee State<............................. 88-57 @ UT Martin<..................................... 55-56 Austin Peay<...................................... 63-51 @ Murray State<............................... 79-80 ! @ Samford......................................... 60-63

2007-08

Coach: Amy Brown Overall: 8-22/7-13 OVC

Starters G - Meagan Lyons G - Allison Price F - Marissa Hensley G - Blair Bowens C - Kristina Tyler Top reserves: Mandy Mendenhall, Holly Rogers, Cara Reed @Memphis............................................ 74-58 @Middle Tennessee........................... 62-89 Belmont................................................. 59-65 @Evansville........................................... 56-72 Alabama................................................. 47-53 @Eastern Illinois (OT)<...................... 64-66 @Southeast Missouri<...................... 60-66 Oregon State&..................................... 55-78 @Hawaii&.............................................. 57-60 Western Carolina&............................. 61-74 Southern Illinois.................................. 69-87 Cincinnati.............................................. 57-71 Austin Peay<........................................ 65-52 @Eastern Kentucky<......................... 62-74 Morehead State<................................ 49-51 @Jacksonville State<......................... 71-68 @Samford<........................................... 45-64 Eastern Illinois<................................... 66-72 Southeast Missouri<......................... 39-49 @Murray State<.................................. 55-67 Tennessee State<............................... 56-69 @UT Martin<........................................ 73-64 Eastern Kentucky<............................. 77-64 Jacksonville State<............................ 65-69 @Tennessee State<............................ 60-51 UT Martin<............................................ 66-47 @Austin Peay<..................................... 69-52 Samford<............................................... 60-71 @Morehead State<............................ 56-67 Murray State<...................................... 70-80 & University of Hawaii Paradise Classic

2008-09

Coach: Amy Brown Overall: 9-21/7-11 OVC

Starters G - Meagan Lyons G - Allison Price G - Blair Bowens F - Jasmine White C - Vivian Nwosu Top reserves: Tacarra Hayes, Krystal Stirrup Louisville...............................................49-82 @ Lipscomb.........................................72-55 @ Belmont............................................62-68 Drake......................................................58-69 @ Florida Atlantic&............................64-70


ALL-TIME RESULTS & SCORES vs. Georgia Tech&..............................56-68 @ Georgia.............................................46-72 Jacksonville State<...........................84-60 Evansville..............................................75-71 @ Southern Illinois............................67-74 Middle Tennessee........................... 66-101 Memphis...............................................61-63 Southeast Missouri<........................41-56 Eastern Illinois<..................................46-50 @ Morehead State<..........................52-64 @ Eastern Kentucky<.......................50-66 UT Martin<...........................................63-56 Murray State<.....................................47-69 @ Austin Peay<...................................81-83 @ Tennessee State<..........................75-79 @ Eastern Illinois<.............................56-76 @ Southeast Missouri<....................55-61 Eastern Kentucky<............................82-64 Morehead State<...............................72-67 @ Murray State<................................84-91 @ UT Martin<......................................61-55 Tennessee State<..............................57-67 Austin Peay<.......................................69-53 @ Jacksonville State<.......................78-46 at Eastern Illinois!...............................65-71 & FAU Thanksigiving Tournament

2009-10

Coach: Sytia Messer Overall: 14-16/8-10 OVC

Starters G - Tacarra Hayes G - Kellie Cook F - Kylie Cook F - Krystal Stirrup F - Simone Rutledge Top reserves: Rachel Gildden, Tiara Hopper vs. Alabama&.......................................68-73 vs. Air Force&.......................................81-49 @ Baylor............................................. 55-100 @ Louisville..........................................54-84 @ Middle Tennessee.........................39-76 Lipscomb..............................................73-65 @ Jacksonville State<.......................68-59 Southern Illinois.................................59-56 Belmont................................................72-69 @ St. Louis............................................58-78 Bluefield College................................94-62 @ Southeast Missouri<....................56-61 @ Eastern Illinois<.............................68-79 Morehead State<...............................63-71 Eastern Kentucky<............................75-47 @ UT Martin<......................................52-56 @ Murray State<................................72-82 Austin Peay<.......................................77-56 Tennessee State<..............................62-65 Eastern Illinois<..................................59-80 Southeast Missouri<........................59-56 @ Eastern Kentucky<.......................60-61 @ Morehead State<..........................45-80 Murray State<.....................................80-67 UT Martin<...........................................85-41 @ Tennessee State<..........................76-73 @ Austin Peay<...................................70-78 SIU-Edwardsville................................68-60 Jacksonville State<...........................77-61 @ Austin Peay!....................................61-79 & Islander Tip-Off Tournament

2010-11

Coach: Sytia Messer Overall: 23-8/15-3 OVC

Starters G - Tacarra Hayes G - Kellie Cook G - Rachel Glidden F - Kylie Cook C - Brittany Darling Top reserves: Molly Heady, Briana Jordan, Keisha Moore, Krystal Stirrup Alabama A&M.....................................82-67 @ Lipscomb.........................................81-65 @ Belmont............................................61-56

Tennessee Wesleyan.........................75-42 Middle Tennessee..............................58-71 @ Jacksonville State<.......................79-63 @ Kentucky..........................................53-77 @ Drake.................................................56-55 Eastern Illinois<..................................65-58 Southeast Missouri<........................62-48 @ Central Florida................................79-69 St. Louis.................................................71-63 @ Morehead State<..........................53-78 @ Eastern Kentucky<.......................78-69 UT Martin<...........................................74-57 Murray State<.....................................77-61 @ Austin Peay<...................................69-65 @ Tennessee State<..........................69-55 @ Eastern Illinois<.............................60-56 @ Southeast Missouri<....................69-59 Eastern Kentucky<............................56-49 Morehead State<...............................82-70 @ Murray State<................................70-60 @ UT Martin<......................................56-83 Tennessee State<..............................76-62 Austin Peay<.......................................57-63 @ SIU-Edwardsville...........................68-52 Jacksonville State<...........................63-50 vs. Austin Peay!...................................65-56 vs. UT Martin!......................................82-76 Auburn**..............................................54-68

2011-12

Coach: Sytia Messer Overall: 17-17/11-4 OVC

Starters G - Tacarra Hayes G - Jala Harris F - Molly Heady F - Kylie Cook C - Brittany Darling Top reserves: Briana Jordan, Rachel Glidden, Krystal Stirrup, T’Keyah Williams @ East Tennessee$............................87-76 @ UCLA..................................................52-74 Long Island..........................................60-62 Tennessee Wesleyan.........................66-52 @ Middle Tennessee.........................55-74 Western Carolina...............................58-61 @ Alabama A&M................................35-61 Lipscomb..............................................61-66 Western Kentucky.............................69-59 @ Samford............................................55-61 @ Louisiana Monroe.........................68-64 @ Louisiana Tech................................64-82 Marshall................................................68-73 @ UT Martin<......................................61-83 @ SIU Edwardsville<.........................54-62 Morehead State<...............................68-50 Tennessee State<..............................80-71 @ Murray State<................................72-76 @ Western Kentucky.........................58-71 Southeast Missouri<........................60-57 Jacksonville State<...........................65-59 @ Eastern kentucky<........................82-67 @ Morehead State<..........................57-53 SIU Edwardsville<..............................62-64 @ Jacksonville State<.......................62-50 @ Austin Peay<...................................68-65 @ Tennessee State<..........................78-66 Eastern Illinois<..................................51-52 Eastern Kentucky<............................66-51 Murray State<.....................................88-51 vs. Eastern Kentucky!........................66-51 vs. Eastern Illinois!.............................81-72 vs. UT Martin!......................................65-82 @ Bradley&...........................................71-74

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J. Harper J. Harper A. Moorehead J. Harper J. Harper D. Seng J. Harper T. Hayes J. Holt J. Harper E. Christian J. Holt C. Taylor T. Hayes E. Christian R. Vaughn J. Harper E. Christian D. Seng J. Harper J. Harper J. Harper K. Cook A. Moorehead C. Dowdell J. Harper J. Harper C. Taylor E. Christian J. Holt D. Seng R. Vaughn A. Moorehead G. Burgess R. Adams J. Harper J. Holt R. Gobble J. Harper J. Harper C. Taylor C. Taylor C. Taylor C. Taylor C. Taylor T. Hayes E. Christian E. Christian J. Holt R. Vaughn D. Bilyeu A. Moorehead R. Vaughn G. Burgess P. Chambers J. Harper J. Harper

Pittsburgh 03-28-81 Murray 02-26-81 New Hampshire 12-07-90 Michigan State 11-29-80 Clemson 12-16-80 Morehead 02-03-97 East Tennessee 02-09-81 Tennessee State 02-15-10 Mississippi 11-16-01 Delta State 01-24-81 Eastern Illinois 01-24-04 Austin Peay 03-03-02 Austin Peay 02-16-87 Austin Peay 01-21-10 Eastern Illinois 03-01-03 Murray 01-03-93 Arizona State 03-26-81 Murray State 02-10-05 Austin Peay 03-05-00 App. State 12-18-80 Murray State 01-31-81 Cincinnati 03-27-81 East Tennessee 11-11-11 Morehead State 01-29-90 Belmont 12-10-79 Mercer 12-16-81 App. State 01-14-82 So. Illinois 02-04-87 Southeast Mo. 01-10-04 Southeast Mo. 02-02-02 E. Kentucky 03-01-97 Cincinnati 01-18-93 Murray State 02-17-90 W. Kentucky 02-14-76 Youngstown 02-20-88 UT Chattanooga 01-29-81 Austin Peay 03-02-01 East Tennessee 11-21-00 UT Martin 02-19-81 Murray State 02-20-82 SW Missouri 12-16-85 Akron 01-25-86 Youngstown 01-27-86 Vanderbilt 02-26-87 Tennessee 03-15-87 UT Martin 03-05-11 W. Kentucky 01-05-04 Tenn. State 02-22-03 Tenn. State 02-27-01 Austin Peay 02-11-93 UT Martin 01-16-93 Murray State 03-06-90 Austin Peay 02-10-92 Middle Tenn. 02-16-76 Morehead State 01-22-79 Morehead State 01-26-81 N.C. State 01-06-82

33 J. Harper Austin Peay 33 J. Harper Austin Peay 33 C. Taylor Akron 32* E. Christian UT Martin 32 E. Christian Northern Iowa 32 E. Christian Southeast Mo. 32 J. Holt E. Kentucky 32 J. Harper New Mexico 32 J. Harper Austin Peay 32 J. Harper Murray State 32 J. Harper Middle Tenn. 32 J. Harper Georgia 32 C. Taylor Akron 32 C. Taylor W. Kentucky 32 C. Taylor Middle Tenn. 32 C. Taylor Akron 32 A. Moorehead Murray State 32 D. Seng UT Martin 32 D. Seng UT Martin 32 A. Moorehead Morehead State 32* T. Slattery Austin Peay 32 K. Tyler Murray State 31 T. Hayes Jacksonville State 31 B. Bowens Jacksonville St. 31 E. Chrisitan Southeast Mo. 31 E. Christian Samford 31 J. Holt W. Kentucky 31 D. Seng Southeast Mo. 31 D. Seng Eastern Illinois 31 D. Seng E. Kentucky 31 D. Seng Morehead State 31 R. Vaughn Tenn. State 31 R. Vaughn Middle Tenn. 31 P. Chambers Murray State 31 J. Harper Memphis 31 J. Harper Arkansas 31 J. Harper E. Kentucky 31 J. Harper Morehead State 31* T. Burton E. Kentucky 31 C. Taylor Stetson 31 D. Henderson Akron 30 T. Hayes W. Kentucky 30 J. Holt Southeast Mo. 30 R. Vaughn E. Kentucky 30# S. Batten E. Michigan 30+ V. Russell William Penn 30 G. Burgess W. Kentucky 30 P. Chambers E. Kentucky 30 J. Harper W. Kentucky 30 J. Harper Clemson 30 T. Burton Clemson 30 C. Taylor Youngstown 30* C. Taylor Middle Tenn. 30$ A. Moorehead Iowa 30 K. Tyler E. Kentucky !WNIT   #Tennessee Tech Classic   *OVC Tournament   $NCAA   +AlAW

01-21-82 02-18-82 02-10-86 03-01-05 12-22-03 02-01-03 01-08-00 12-13-80 01-03-81 01-23-82 01-30-82 02-03-82 02-23-85 01-30-86 02-02-87 02-09-87 02-16-91 02-02-98 02-28-99 02-23-91 03-06-94 01-24-08 12-04-10 02-28-09 12-10-05 01-02-06 12-04-00 02-15-97 02-17-97 01-05-97 02-20-99 03-03-93 02-15-93 01-08-79 01-22-81 11-27-81 02-25-82 02-27-82 03-06-84 12-15-86 11-13-12 12-07-11 01-09-01 02-20-93 12-07-91 03-11-75 01-29-76 02-19-79 01-10-81 02-01-82 12-21-85 02-08-86 03-05-87 03-18-89 01-05-08

2012-13

Coach: Jim Davis Overall: 19-12/12-4 OVC

Starters G - Diamond Henderson G - Jala Harris F - Kellie Cook F - Kylie Cook C - T’Keyah Williams Top reserves: Molly Heady, Candace Parsons, Mariah

Key to Symbols

< OVC regular season game * TCWSF District Tournament # TCWSF State Tournament % AIAW Regional † AIAW Championship ‡ MUW Christmas + TTU Classic

All-Time Golden Eagle 30-Point Games 47! 44 44# 43# 43 42 42 41 41 41 40 40* 40 39 39 39 39! 37 37* 37 37 37! 36 36 36 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34* 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34$ 33 33 33 33* 33 33 33* 33 33 33 33 33

++ Lady Tiger Classic ** Women’s NIT ! OVC Tournament ## NCAA Regional $ Preseason WNIT & Women’s Basketball Invitational

2012-13 OVC Regular Season Champions Dean Tenn. Wesleyan...................................86-47 Akron.....................................................78-67 Rice.........................................................78-65 Middle Tenn.........................................65-59 Louisiana-Monroe.............................59-48 Alcorn St. .............................................74-57 @ Vanderbilt........................................77-50 Samford................................................65-56 @ Western Carolina...........................61-56 vs. St. John’s (N.Y.)..............................58-46

vs. St. Mary’s (CA)...............................73-58 @ Marshall............................................67-60 @ Jacksonville St. ..............................73-51 @ Memphis..........................................73-64 Belmont................................................58-52 Tennessee St. ......................................80-77 @ SIUE....................................................66-56 @ Eastern Ill. ........................................89-79 UT Martin..............................................81-63 Austin Peay..........................................73-51 Murray St. ............................................68-52

@ Belmont............................................67-62 @ Tennessee St. .................................71-68 @ Morehead St. .................................84-70 @ Eastern Ky. ......................................61-55 @ Southeast Mo. St. .........................64-51 Eastern Ky. ...........................................67-47 Morehead St. ......................................73-53 vs. Belmont!.........................................61-57 vs. UT Martin!......................................87-80


Tech History

Sophomores (L-R) Tia Nicholson (2), Mariah Dean (35)

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TECH VS. ALL OPPONENTS Opponents.........................First Met....... Last Met.........W..........L

Air Force............................................2009-10..............2009-10..................1..............0 Akron.................................................1983-84..............2012-13..................8..............1 Alabama............................................1988-89..............2009-10..................2..............5 Alabama A&M.................................2010-11..............2011-12..................1..............1 Alabama-Birmingham.................1985-86..............2004-05..................4..............3 Alabama-Huntsville......................1996-97..............1998-99..................2..............0 Alabama State................................1987-88..............1993-94..................3..............1 Alcorn State.....................................1994-95..............2012-13..................2..............0 Appalachian State.........................1980-81..............1986-87..................3..............0 Arkansas...........................................1981-82..............1981-82..................1..............0 Arkansas State................................1982-83..............2000-01..................1..............1 Arizona..............................................1999-00..............1999-00..................0..............1 Arizona State...................................1980-81..............1980-81..................0..............1 Auburn..............................................1982-83..............2010-11..................1..............4 Austin Peay......................................1970-71..............2012-13............... 72............17 Baylor.................................................1975-76..............2009-10..................2..............1 Belhaven...........................................1976-77..............1979-80..................2..............0 Belmont............................................1970-71..............2012-13............... 23............10 Berry College...................................1973-74..............1973-74..................1..............0 Bluefield............................................2009-10..............2009-10..................1..............0 Boston College...............................1991-92..............2000-01..................0..............2 Bradley..............................................2011-12..............2011-12..................0..............1 Butler.................................................1989-90..............1989-90..................1..............0 California..........................................1996-97..............2004-05..................0..............2 Cal-Irvine..........................................1996-97..............1996-97..................0..............1 Carson Newman............................1974-75..............1991-92..................5..............0 Cathedral College..........................1972-73..............1972-73..................1..............0 Centenary College........................1999-00..............1999-00..................1..............0 Central Missouri.............................1977-78..............1977-78..................1..............0 Central Florida................................2010-11..............2010-11..................0..............1 Charleston College.......................1975-76..............1975-76..................1..............0 Chicago State..................................1989-90..............1989-90..................1..............0 Cincinnati.........................................1980-81..............2007-08..................3..............3 Clemson............................................1979-80..............2006-07..................4..............5 Cleveland State..............................1974-75..............1991-92..................2..............0 Colorado State................................1993-94..............1993-94..................0..............1 Columbia State...............................1970-71..............1970-71..................2..............0 Cookeville Independents...........1970-71..............1972-73..................5..............0 Cumberland Col. (KY)...................1979-80..............1979-80..................1..............0 Cumberland Univ. (TN)................1984-85..............1984-85..................1..............0 Delta State.......................................1974-75..............1980-81..................1..............7 Drake..................................................2008-09..............2010-11..................1..............1 East Carolina....................................1972-73..............1986-87..................2..............2 East Tennessee State....................1972-73..............2011-12............... 20..............3 Eastern Illinois.................................1996-97..............2012-13............... 23............14 Eastern Kentucky...........................1973-74..............2012-13............... 54............22 Eastern Michigan...........................1991-92..............1991-92..................1..............0 Edinboro State................................1975-76..............1975-76..................1..............0 Elon.....................................................1974-75..............1974-75..................1..............0 Evansville..........................................2000-01..............2008-09..................4..............4 Federal City College......................1971-72..............1971-72..................1..............0 Fisk......................................................1970-71..............1974-75..................5..............0 Florida................................................1978-79..............1993-94..................3..............1 Florida Atlantic...............................2004-05..............2008-09..................1..............1 Florida International.....................1991-92..............1991-92..................0..............1 Florida State....................................1992-93..............1992-93..................0..............1 Fresno State.....................................1976-77..............1985-86..................2..............0 Furman..............................................1989-90..............1991-92..................3..............0 Georgetown....................................1983-84..............1983-84..................1..............0 Georgia..............................................1981-82..............2008-09..................0..............9 Georgia Southern..........................1983-84..............1992-93..................2..............0 Georgia State..................................1987-88..............1989-90..................3..............0 Georgia Tech...................................2008-09..............2008-09..................0..............1 Hawaii................................................1999-00..............2007-08..................1..............2 Hiwassee...........................................1972-73..............1973-74..................3..............1 Houston............................................1989-90..............1989-90..................0..............1 Idaho..................................................1985-86..............1985-86..................0..............1 Illinois State.....................................1974-75..............1974-75..................1..............0 Immaculata......................................1976-77..............1977-78..................0..............3

Indiana..............................................1973-74..............1998-99..................2..............1 Indiana State...................................1975-76..............2000-01..................4..............1 Iowa....................................................1988-89..............1988-89..................0..............1 Jackson State..................................1970-71..............1970-71..................1..............0 Jacksonville State..........................2003-04..............2012-13............... 16..............3 Kansas State....................................1976-77..............1977-78..................2..............0 Kennesaw.........................................1989-90..............1989-90..................1..............0 Kentucky...........................................1976-77..............2010-11..................4..............7 Lambuth College...........................1970-71..............2006-07..................6..............0 Lipscomb..........................................2008-09..............2011-12..................3..............1 Long Island......................................2011-12..............2011-12..................0..............1 Louisiana Monroe..........................2011-12..............2012-13..................1..............1 Louisiana State...............................1984-85..............1984-85..................0..............1 Louisiana Tech ...............................1981-82..............2011-12..................0..............4 Louisville...........................................1981-82..............2009-10..................1..............3 Marist.................................................1986-87..............1986-87..................1..............0 Marshall............................................1970-71..............2012-13..................6..............1 Memphis...........................................1974-75..............2012-13............... 15..............7 Mercer...............................................1975-76..............1993-94..................4..............1 Miami (Ohio)...................................1980-81..............1980-81..................1..............0 Michigan State...............................1980-81..............1980-81..................1..............0 Middle Tennessee..........................1970-71..............2012-13............... 50............39 Mississippi........................................1978-79..............2003-04..................4............14 Mississippi College........................1973-74..............1975-76..................1..............1 Miss. Univ. for Women.................1970-71..............1978-79..................4..............2 Missouri.............................................1977-78..............1987-88..................0..............3 Monmouth (NJ)..............................1988-89..............1988-89..................1..............0 Montclair State...............................1975-76..............1975-76..................1..............0 Montevallo.......................................1990-91..............1990-91..................1..............0 Morehead State..............................1977-78..............2012-13............... 57............19 Morgan State..................................1984-85..............1984-85..................1..............0 Murray State....................................1970-71..............2012-13............... 58............15 Nebraska...........................................1979-80..............1979-80..................1..............1 Nevada..............................................1990-91..............1990-91..................1..............0 Nevada-Las Vegas.........................1979-80..............2005-06..................1..............3 New Hampshire.............................1990-91..............1990-91..................1..............0 New Mexico.....................................1979-80..............1994-95..................2..............0 Nicholls State..................................1990-91..............1990-91..................1..............0 North Alabama...............................1984-85..............1984-85..................1..............0 North Carolina................................1976-77..............2006-07..................2..............3 N. Carolina-Asheville....................1999-00..............2002-03..................4..............0 N. Carolina-Charlotte...................1983-84..............1997-98..................4..............2 North Carolina State.....................1978-79..............1986-87..................1..............5 North Georgia ................................1987-88..............1987-88..................1..............0 Northeastern...................................1986-87..............1991-92..................2..............0 Northern Iowa................................2003-04..............2003-04..................0..............1 Northern Kentucky.......................1981-82..............1981-82..................0..............1

. The Golden Eagles have not faced Valparaiso, Ball State, or Marquette, and will match up with all of them in the 2013-14 season

Northwestern (Illinois).................1983-84..............1992-93..................0..............2 Northwestern State .....................1983-84..............1985-86..................0..............2 Ohio....................................................1990-91..............1990-91..................1..............0 Ohio State .......................................1975-76..............1980-81..................3..............0 Old Dominion.................................1977-78..............1998-99..................1..............2 Oklahoma.........................................1999-00..............1999-00..................1..............0 Oregon State...................................2007-08..............2007-08..................0..............1 Parsons College..............................1972-73..............1972-73..................0..............1 Pepperdine......................................2004-05..............2006-07..................1..............1 Pittsburgh........................................1978-79..............1980-81..................1..............1 Portland State.................................1997-98..............1997-98..................1..............0 Purdue...............................................1995-96..............1995-96..................0..............1 Queens College..............................1971-72..............1976-77..................1..............1 Quinnipiac.......................................2002-03..............2002-03..................1..............0 Radford..............................................1987-88..............1987-88..................1..............0 Rice.....................................................2012-13..............2012-13.................1..............0 Richmond.........................................1989-90..............1989-90..................1..............0 Roane State......................................1973-74..............1973-74..................1..............0 Samford............................................2003-04..............2012-13..................8..............7 San Diego State..............................1988-89..............1988-89..................0..............1 St. Joseph’s.......................................1976-77..............1976-77..................0..............1 St. Louis.............................................2009-10..............2010-11..................1..............1 Seton Hall.........................................2001-02..............2001-02..................1..............0 Shorter College..............................1973-74..............1974-75..................2..............0 South Carolina................................1978-79..............1988-89..................1..............4 South Carolina State.....................1995-96..............1995-96..................1..............0 Southeast Missouri.......................1991-92..............2012-13............... 30............18 Southern Connecticut.................1976-77..............1976-77..................0..............1 Southern Illinois.............................1986-87..............2009-10............... 14............10 SIU Edwardsville.............................2009-10..............2012-13..................3..............2 Southern Mississippi....................1978-79..............1986-87..................2..............2 Southwest Louisiana....................1998-99..............1998-99..................1..............0 Southwest Missouri......................1985-86..............1990-91..................1..............1 St. John’s (N.Y.)................................2012-13..............2012-13.................0..............1 St. Mary’s (CA)................................ 2012-13.............2012-13..................0..............1 Stephen F. Austin...........................1973-74..............1992-93..................2..............3 Stetson..............................................1986-87..............1995-96..................2..............0 Tampa University...........................1982-83..............1982-83..................1..............0 Tech All-Stars...................................1971-72..............1971-72..................1..............0 Temple...............................................1976-77..............1976-77..................1..............0 Temple JC.........................................1972-73..............1972-73..................0..............1 Tennessee.........................................1970-71..............1990-91............... 11............16 Tennessee State.............................1970-71..............2012-13............... 50............10 Tennessee Wesleyan.....................2009-10..............2012-13..................4..............0 Texas Tech........................................1999-00..............1999-00..................0..............1 Toledo................................................2002-03..............2002-03..................0..............1 UCLA..................................................2011-12..............2011-12..................0..............1 Union University............................1973-74..............1976-77..................3..............0 UT Chattanooga.............................1970-71..............2005-06............... 21..............6 UT Martin..........................................1970-71..............2012-13............... 44............19 Utah State........................................1974-75..............1974-75..................1..............0 Valdosta State.................................1977-78..............1978-79..................1..............2 Vanderbilt.........................................2012-13..............1991-92............... 10..............7 Virginia..............................................1982-83..............1994-95..................0..............2 Virginia Tech....................................1984-85..............2006-07..................1..............1 Volunteer State...............................1972-73..............1973-74..................4..............0 Wake Forest.....................................1996-97..............1997-98..................1..............1 Washington State..........................1972-73..............1972-73..................1..............0 Wayland Baptist.............................1973-74..............1980-81..................0..............2 West Chester State........................1976-77..............1976-77..................1..............0 West Texas........................................1985-86..............1985-86..................0..............1 West Virginia....................................1986-87..............1986-87..................1..............0 Western Carolina...........................1971-72..............2012-13..................4..............2 Western Kentucky.........................1975-76..............2011-12............... 19............18 Western Michigan.........................1998-99..............1998-99..................0..............1 William & Mary...............................1973-74..............1973-74..................1..............0 William Penn...................................1974-75..............1975-76..................0..............2 Winthrop College..........................1971-72..............2004-05..................4..............0 Wisconsin-La Crosse.....................1975-76..............1975-76..................1..............0 Youngstown State.........................1982-83..............1987-88............... 12..............1

Total...........................................................854....431


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

Listed on the following pages are the scores from every game with every opponent over the years. H denotes home games - A denotes road games - N denotes neutral site games / Research continues on sites and will be added as it is found Year W/L Score Site Air force 1-0 2009-10 W 81-49 N

2010-11 L 68-54 H

Austin Peay 72-17 1970-71 W 59-46 Akron 8-1 W 53-48 1983-84 W 71-57 H 1971-72 W 63-46 W 69-65 A W 64-42 1984-85 W 62-57 A W 68-32 W 99-61 H 1972-73 W 56-34 1985-86 W 100-72 H W 61-46 W 80-48 A 1973-74 W 59-43 1986-87 W 70-64 A W 60-46 W 78-57 H 1974-75 W 73-52 2012-13 L 78-67 H 1975-76 W 97-52 H W 80-50 H Alabama 2-5 1977-78 W 73-49 A 1988-89 W 66-57 A 1978-79 W 83-65 A 1989-90 W 73-62 H W 116-53 H 1991-92 L 87-100 A 1979-80 L 69-75 A 2003-04 L 61-83 A L 63-74 H 2006-07 L 56-71 A 1980-81 W 78-68 A 2007-08 L 53-47 H 1981-82 W 99-65 H 2009-10 L 73-68 N W 87-63 A W 74-64 N Alabama A&M 1-1 1982-83 W 78-65 A 2010-11 W 82-67 H W 84-55 H 2011-12 L 61-35 A 1983-84 W 80-66 A W 76--61 A Alabama-Birmingham 4-3 1984-85 W 80-72 A 1985-86 W 80-67 T L 64-73 A 1987-88 L 69-71 A 1985-86 W 97-87 H 1988-89 W 87-63 H W 84-70 A 1994-95 L 55-58 T 1986-87 W 98-58 H 1999-00 L 68-79 T W 100-68 A 2003-04 W 63-56 A 1987-88 W 75-47 H 2004-05 W 67-55 H W 84-66 A 1988-89 W 82-72 A Alabama-Huntsville 2-0 W 94-62 H 1996-97 W 81-54 H 1989-90 W 102-55 H 1998-99 W 85-47 H W 94-74 A 1990-91 W 88-61 A Alabama State 3-1 W 93-48 H 1987-88 W 77-64 H 1991-92 W 71-59 H 1988-89 W 83-76 A W 79-69 A 1989-90 W 82-38 H 1992-93 W 109-70 A 1993-94 L 65-70 H W 91-62 H 1993-94 W 75-55 H Alcorn State 2-0 W 64-61 A 1994-95 W 85-69 T W 86-60 N 2012-13 W 74-57 H 1994-95 L 66-69 A W 94-70 T 1995-96 W 60-59 A Appalachian State 3-0 L 52-59 H 1980-81 W 112-67 H 1996-97 W 72-70 H 1981-82 W 100-69 H W 68-63 A 1986-87 W 59-56 H 1997-98 W 78-48 H W 75-53 A Arkansas 1-0 W 80-60 N 1981-82 W 96-75 T 1998-99 W 77-60 A W 78-51 H Arkansas State 1-1 W 74-60 N 1982-83 W 71-47 H 1999-00 W 75-58 H 2000-01 L 61-71 T W 77-68 A W 89-80 N Arizona 0-1 2000-01 W 87-64 A 1999-00 L 71-87 T W 102-69 H L 63-65 N Arizona State 0-1 2001-02 W 81-80 A 1980-81 L 76-85 T W 80-62 H L 83-85 N Auburn 1-4 2002-03 L 54-65 H 1982-83 L 37-63 A L 72-76 A 1984-85 L 65-77 H 2003-04 L 69-79 H L 53-69 T L 72-94 A 1989-90 W 77-60 T

2004-05 W 85-72 A W 70-60 H 2005-06 W 96-74 H L 64-72 A 2006-07 L 57-66 A W 63-51 H 2007-08 W 65-52 H W 69-52 A 2008-09 L 81-83(2OT) A W 69-53 H 2009-10 W 77-56 H L 78-70 A L 79-61 N 2010-11 W 69-65 A L 63-57 H W 65-56 N 2011-12 W 68-65 A 2012-13 W 73-51 H

Butler 1-0 1989-90 W 110-51 T California 0-2 1996-97 L 67-85 T 2004-05 L 41-65 A Cal-Irvine 0-1 1996-97 L 67-78 Carson Newman 5-0 1974-75 W 79-48 1980-81 W 78-64 1981-82 W 93-76 1988-89 W 89-63 1991-92 W 96-62

A H H H

Cathedral College 1-0 1972-73 W 78-24

Baylor 2-1 1975-76 W 89-78 T Centenary College 1-0 1982-83 W 69-67 H 1999-00 W 103-50 T 2009-10 L 100-55 A Belhaven 2-0 1976-77 W 86-60 T 1979-80 W 85-73 H Belmont 23-10 1970-71 L 58-69 L 56-70 1971-72 L 53-75 L 50-53 1972-73 W 52-48 W 51-49 1973-74 L 48-50 L 47-60 1974-75 L 65-74 L 71-92 1975-76 W 71-65 H W 75-61 A 1976-77 W 83-70 A W 78-62 H 1977-78 W 83-52 A W 71-54 H 1978-79 W 77-69 H W 73-66 A 1979-80 W 83-72 A W 87-55 H 1980-81 W 88-54 H W 80-74 A 1981-82 W 79-51 H W 64-56 A 1983-84 W 80-63 H 2005-06 W 56-55 N 2007-08 L 65-69 H 2008-09 L 62-68 A 2009-10 W 72-69 H 2010-11 W 61-56 A 2012-13 W 58-52 H W 67-62 A W 61-57 N Berry College 1-0 1973-74 W 73-57 Bluefield Colorado 1-0 2009-10 W 94-62 H Boston College 0-2 1991-92 L 60-68 T 2000-01 L 64-80 T Bradley 0-1 2011-12 L 74-71 A

Central Missouri 1-0 1977-78 W 76-57 T College of Charleston 1-0 1975-76 W 97-67 T Chicago State 1-0 1989-90 W 102-51 T Cincinnati 3-2 1980-81 W 81-80 T 1981-82 W 79-71 T 1991-92 L 65-69 A 1992-93 W 93-71 H 2006-07 L 70-86 A 2007-08 L 71-57 H Clemson 4-5 1979-80 W 94-77 H 1980-81 L 83-92 A 1981-82 L 78-79 A 1982-83 L 67-68 H 1984-85 W 71-70 A 1985-86 W 85-78 H 1997-98 L 46-61 H 2005-06 W 71-62 A 2006-07 L 67-70 H Cleveland State 2-0 1974-75 W 78-49 H 1991-92 W 98-76 Colorado State 0-1 1993-94 L 51-65 T Columbia State 2-0 1970-71 W 65-41 W 92-62 Cookeville Ind. 5-0 1970-71 W 79-46 W 88-41 1971-72 W 65-48 1972-73 W 50-37 W 67-29 Cumberland (Ky) 1-0 1979-80 W 107-36 H Cumberland (Tenn.) 1-0 1984-85 W 80-63

Delta State 1-7 1974-75 L 58-90 A L 66-88 T 1975-76 L 82-91 T 1977-78 L 60-65 T L 72-74 H 1978-79 L 69-76 H 1979-80 L 72-92 A 1980-81 W 87-73 H Drake 1-1 2008-09 L 58-69 H 2010-11 W 56-55 A East Carolina 2-2 1972-73 L 58-60 1974-75 W 84-57 T 1985-86 W 75-73 T 1986-87 L 66-70 T East Tennessee 20-3 1972-73 W 60-35 1973-74 W 76-40 1977-78 W 74-66 A W 79-65 H 1978-79 W 88-73 A W 56-53 H 1979-80 W 83-73 A 1980-81 W 103-78 H L 57-61 A 1982-83 W 60-52 A 1983-84 W 75-63 H 1985-86 W 93-79 A 1986-87 W 85-67 H 1987-88 W 70-61 A 1988-89 W 79-45 H 1997-98 W 77-70 A 1998-99 W 87-70 H 2000-01 W 90-60 H 2001-02 L 73-82 A 2002-03 W 74-56 H 2003-04 W 73-71 A 2004-05 L 77-81 H 2011-12 W 87-76 A Eastern Illinois 23-14 1996-97 L 66-68 A W 81-74(OT) H 1997-98 L 54-63 A W 77-56 H 1998-99 W 80-63 H W 83-62 A 1999-00 W 82-44 H W 81-63 A W 68-48 T 2000-01 W 92-55 H W 69-63 A 2001-02 W 66-53 H W 66-53 A W 67-43 N 2002-03 L 46-64 A W 84-71 H 2003-04 W 71-63 A W 78-64 H 2004-05 W 88-56 H W 86-68 A 2005-06 W 62-54 A W 78-67 H W 83-69 H 2006-07 L 70-89 H L 61-63 A 2007-08 L 66-64(OT) A L 72-66 H 2008-09 L 46-50 H


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS L 56-76 A L 65-71 A 2009-10 L 79-68 A L 80-59 H 2010-11 W 65-58 H W 60-56 A 2011-12 L 52-51 H W 81-72(OT) N 2012-13 L 89-79 A

2009-10 W 75-47 H L 61-60 A 2010-11 W 78-69 A W 56-49 H 2011-12 W 82-67 A W 66-51 H W 81-65 N 2012-13 L 61-55 A W 67-47 H

Eastern Kentucky 54-22 Eastern Michigan 1-0 1973-74 W 61-53 1991-92 W 84-57 T 1974-75 W 88-47 A 1976-77 W 81-60 H Edinboro State 1-0 1977-78 W 88-69 H 1975-76 W 84-63 H W 78-73 A 1978-79 W 94-84 A Elon 1-0 W 82-73 H 1974-75 W 73-63 T 1979-80 W 76-56 H 1980-81 W 87-67 A Evansville 4-4 1981-82 L 78-80 A 2000-01 W 67-66 A W 92-73 H 2001-02 W 63-57 H 1982-83 W 68-57 H 2002-03 L 52-61 A W 68-64 A 2003-04 L 77-83 H 1983-84 W 62-51 A 2004-05 L 54-67 A W 81-78 H 2005-06 W 73-65 H 1984-85 W 75-66 H 2007-08 L 72-56 A W 67-62 A 2008-09 W 75-71 H 1985-86 W 82-52 A W 97-70 H Federal City College 1-0 1986-87 L 70-85 A 1971-72 W 63-54 W 84-66 H 1988-89 W 90-66 A Fisk 5-0 W 73-72 H 1970-71 W 91-39 1989-90 W 88-68 A 1971-72 W 75-22 W 82-62 H 1972-73 W 71-41 1990-91 W 75-55 H 1973-74 W 61-33 L 59-70 A 1974-75 W 78-39 T 1991-92 L 64-67 A Florida 3-1 W 70-60 H 1978-79 W 89-75 A W 81-74 N 1988-89 W 63-58 H 1992-93 W 68-59 H 1992-93 W 81-61 H W 84-75 A 1993-94 L 59-79 A 1993-94 L 67-78 A W 71-60 H Florida Atlantic 1-1 1994-95 L 62-71 H 2004-05 W 81-65 H W 64-63 A 2008-09 L 64-70 A W 63-59 N 1995-96 W 74-66 H Florida International 0-1 L 51-70 A 1991-92 L 88-90(OT) T L 56-68 N 1996-97 L 72-75 A Florida State 0-1 W 82-77 H 1992-93 L 72-88 T L 65-69 N 1997-98 L 92-97 A Fresno State 2-0 W 81-71 N 1976-77 W 70-67 T 1998-99 L 71-76 H 1985-86 W 79-77 T W 86-69 A 1999-00 W 88-72 A W 87-54 H 2000-01 W 79-72 H W 84-66 A 2001-02 L 64-71 A L 68-73 H 2002-03 L 71-80 H L 63-72 A W 67-65 N 2003-04 L 69-75 A L 74-85 N 2004-05 W 65-57 H 2005-06 W 72-61 A W 73-48 H 2006-07 W 84-50 H W 65-64 A 2007-08 L 74-62 A W 77-64 H 2008-09 L 50-66 A W 82-64 H

Furman 3-0 1989-90 W 76-73 A 1990-91 W 111-68 H 1991-92 W 86-67 T Georgetown 1-0 1983-84 W 76-72 T Georgia 0-9 1981-82 L 74-94 A 1982-83 L 61-72 H 1984-85 L 74-91 A 1985-86 L 64-79 T 1993-94 L 62-79 A 1994-95 L 64-82 H 1999-00 L 72-77 H 2002-03 L 56-87 A 2008-09 L 46-72 A Georgia Southern 2-0 1983-84 W 75-65 T 1992-93 W 71-63 T Georgia State 3-0 1987-88 W 72-61 T 1988-89 W 81-58 H 1989-90 W 83-58 A Georgia Tech 0-1 2008-09 L 56-68 N Hawaii 1-2 1999-00 L 49-51 A 2003-04 W 64-59 A 2007-08 L 60-57 A Hiwassee 3-1 1972-73 W 36-31 L 53-56 1973-74 W 52-42 W 56-40 Houston 0-1 1989-90 L 82-85 T Idaho 0-1 1985-86 L 84-87 T Illinois State 1-0 1974-75 W 72-42 A Immaculata 0-3 1976-77 L 70-73 A L 59-72 T 1977-78 L 75-81 H Indiana 2-1 1973-74 W 72-44

1976-77 W 79-63 T 1998-99 L 75-89 T Indiana State 4-1 1975-76 W 89-61 H 1976-77 W 110-76 H 1990-91 L 71-74 T 1999-00 W 62-55 A 2000-01 W 89-63 H

1970-71 W 66-47 W 2-0 (forfeit) W 73-56 1971-72 W 55-37 W 66-50 2006-07 W 92-75 H

Iowa 0-1 1988-89 L 75-77 T

Lipscomb 3-1 2008-09 W 72-55 A 2009-10 W 73-65 H 2010-11 W 81-65 A 2011-12 L 66-61 H

Jackson State 1-0 1970-71 W 61-31

Long Island 0-1 2011-12 L 62-60 H

Jacksonville State 16-3 2003-04 W 71-68 H W 79-55 A 2004-05 L 79-91 A L 61-71 H 2005-06 W 95-64 A W 75-61 H 2006-07 W 85-73 H W 85-69 A 2007-08 W 71-68 A L 69-65 H 2008-09 W 84-60 H W 78-46 A 2009-10 W 68-59 A W 77-61 H 2010-11 W 79-63 A W 63-50 H 2011-12 W 65-59 H W 62-50 A 2012-13 W 73-51 A

Louisiana Monroe 1-1 2011-12 W 68-64 A 2012-13 L 59-48 H

Kansas State 2-0 1976-77 W 68-58 T 1977-78 W 73-59 T Kennesaw 1-0 1989-90 W 89-65 H Kentucky 4-7 1976-77 L 70-72 A W 92-69 T 1977-78 W 89-69 H L 72-81 A 1981-82 L 55-72 H 1982-83 L 67-102 A 1984-85 L 75-87 A 1985-86 W 69-65 H 1987-88 L 69-78 A 1988-89 W 88-68 H 2010-11 L 77-53 A Lambuth College 6-0

Louisiana State 0-1 1984-85 L 63-84 T Louisiana Tech 0-4 1981-82 L 53-114 T 1994-95 L 33-62 H 1995-96 L 56-101 A 2011-12 L 82-64 A Louisville 1-3 1981-82 L 60-62 A 1982-83 W 83-77 H 2008-09 L 49-82 H 2009-10 L 84-54 A Marist 1-0 1986-87 W 75-48 T Marshall 6-1 1970-71 W 61-60 1972-73 W 64-46 1975-76 W 90-52 H 1976-77 W 101-38 H 1985-86 W 81-64 T 2011-12 L 73-68 H 2012-13 W 67-60 A Memphis 15-7 1974-75 W 68-61 A W 81-67 T W 73-61 T 1976-77 W 79-72 T W 78-63 T 1977-78 L 49-73 A L 76-88 T 1978-79 W 97-71 H 1979-80 W 83-80 A W 84-72 H


1980-81 W 80-64 H 1985-86 L 63-77 T 1989-90 W 95-71 H 1990-91 W 86-69 A 1997-98 L 75-84 N 2000-01 W 85-83 H 2001-02 W 75-71 H 2002-03 W 67-64 A 2003-04 L 50-71 H 2007-08 W 74-58 A 2008-09 L 61-63 H 2012-13 L 73-64 A

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 1990-91 W 64-58 A W 86-70 H W 84-59 N 1991-92 W 86-80 A W 93-92 H 1992-93 W 91-72 H L 71-77 A W 80-73 N 1993-94 L 70-74 A W 83-74 H 1994-95 W 69-48 A L 63-66 H 1995-96 L 57-88 H L 64-75 A 1996-97 W 71-61 A L 65-71 H W 59-56 N 1997-98 L 56-59 H W 74-55 A 1998-99 L 63-74 A W 85-63 H 1999-00 W 77-60 H L 82-90 A 2000-01 L 74-87 H 2001-02 W 68-64 A 2002-03 L 59-71 H 2003-04 L 52-65 A 2004-05 W 52-50 H 2005-06 L 46-74 A 2006-07 L 50-68 H 2007-08 L 89-62 A 2008-09 L 66-101 H 2009-10 L 76-39 A 2010-11 L 71-58 H 2011-12 L 74-55 A 2012-13 L 65-59(OT) H

Montevallo 1-0 1990-91 W 90-66 H

Morehead State 57-19 1977-78 L 80-82 A W 92-74 H 1978-79 W 89-85 A 1979-80 W 84-62 H 1980-81 W 83-63 H 1981-82 L 83-99 A W 80-69 H W 80-66 N 1982-83 L 63-64 H Mercer 4-1 W 75-44 A 1975-76 W 87-67 T L 49-69 N 1981-82 W 84-77 H 1983-84 W 58-53 A 1982-83 L 70-72 A L 58-63 H 1983-84 W 64-54 H 1984-85 W 53-41 H 1993-94 W 72-53 H W 76-66 1985-86 L 63-71 A Miami (Ohio) 1-0 W 79-69 H 1980-81 W 106-61 T 1986-87 W 76-61 H L 61-74 A Michigan State 1-0 W 70-64 N 1980-81 W 90-83 N 1987-88 W 84-67 A W 70-57 H Middle Tennessee 50-39 1988-89 W 86-75 H 1970-71 W 73-40 L 85-86 H L 48-65 W 86-63 N W 63-46 N 1989-90 W 86-65 A 1971-72 W 47-37 W 96-82 H W 63-56 1990-91 W 86-72 H W 72-40 N W 80-76 A 1972-73 W 55-33 1991-92 W 100-80 A W 62-39 W 94-65 H W 60-47 N 1992-93 W 82-49 H 1973-74 W 48-33 W 89-73 A W 58-35 Mississippi 4-14 1993-94 W 85-69 A 1974-75 W 72-35 H 1978-79 L 72-100 T W 67-52 H W 58-46 A 1981-82 L 61-80 A W 63-62 N W 67-57 N 1982-83 L 83-101 H 1994-95 W 91-69 H 1975-76 W 86-75 A 1988-89 L 62-76 H W 93-58 A W 99-58 H 1989-90 W 67-62 A 1995-96 W 75-66 H W 84-68 N 1990-91 L 64-78 H L 65-72 A 1976-77 W 97-67 H 1991-92 L 62-70 H 1996-97 W 78-57 A L 78-80 A 1992-93 L 68-70(OT) A L 87-90 H 1977-78 W 88-81 A 1993-94 L 46-71 H 1997-98 W 70-59 A W 81-66 H 1995-96 L 51-73 H W 102-77 H W 96-68 N 1996-97 L 58-75 A 1998-99 W 94-68 H 1978-79 W 107-73 H 1997-98 W 52-49 H W 87-63 A 1979-80 W 71-68 T 1998-99 L 50-65 A 1999-00 W 82-53 A L 52-72 A 1999-00 L 65-72 H W 90-42 H W 72-69 H 2000-01 W 71-56 A 2000-01 W 103-74 H W 72-70 N 2001-02 W 77-55 H W 86-81 A 1980-81 L 66-76 H 2002-03 L 61-69 A 2001-02 W 76-73 A L 78-81 A 2003-04 L 52-66 H W 76-59 H W 87-79 N W 87-88 N 1981-82 W 81-67 A Mississippi College 1-1 2002-03 L 64-72 H W 74-68 H 1973-74 L 63-65 L 65-70 A 1982-83 L 72-74 H 1975-76 W 111-93 T 2003-04 W 97-76 A L 77-95 A W 75-61 H 1983-84 L 66-70 H Miss. Univ. for Women 4-2 2004-05 W 74-56 H L 64-85 A 1970-71 L 62-63 W 76-72 A L 64-71 N 1972-73 W 50-45 2005-06 W 79-66 H 1984-85 L 58-62 A 1974-75 W 101-82 H W 60-59 A W 92-86 H 1976-77 W 87-58 A W 80-66 N L 61-67 N 1977-78 L 72-73 A 2006-07 L 54-57 A 1985-86 W 77-58 H 1978-79 W 107-76 W 59-51 H L 69-72 A 2007-08 L 51-49 H L 63-66 N Missouri 0-3 L 67-56 A 1986-87 W 78-74 H 1977-78 L 70-73 H 2008-09 L 52-64 A L 85-94 A 1986-87 L 64-74 H W 72-67 H W 71-67 N 1987-88 L 75-88 H 2009-10 L 71-63 H 1987-88 L 55-63 A L 80-45 A W 83-79 H Monmouth (NJ) 1-0 2010-11 L 78-53 A L 62-79 N 1988-89 W 71-36 T W 82-70 H 1988-89 W 74-65 H 2011-12 W 68-50 H L 65-73 A Montclair State 1-0 W 57-53 A 1989-90 L 71-49 A 1975-76 W 94-88 T 2012-13 W 84-70 A W 79-69 H W 73-53 H

Tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keyah Williams Morgan State 1-0 1984-85 W 88-66 N Murray State 58-15 1970-71 W 70-52 -1971-72 W 2-0(forfeit) W 72-44 -1972-73 W 75-48 1974-75 W 75-31 A 1977-78 W 89-77 A 1978-79 W 94-76 H 1979-80 W 88-63 H 1980-81 W 71-70 A W 77-74 H 1981-82 W 82-51 H W 80-77 A 1982-83 W 77-68 H L 71-74 A 1983-84 W 91-59 A L 71-83 H 1984-85 W 83-68 A W 69-61 H 1985-86 W 64-58 H W 92-69 A 1986-87 W 84-82 A W 84-85 H 1987-88 W 104-94 H W 81-79 A 1988-89 L 62-68 A W 71-67 H 1989-90 W 89-74 H W 78-70 A 1990-91 W 109-87 A W 116-91 H 1991-92 W 80-68 W 83-77 1992-93 W 93-71 A L 76-85 H 1993-94 W 77-67 A W 72-57 H 1994-95 W 70-50 H W 85-70 A 1995-96 W 61-60 H L 46-59 A 1996-97 L 48-52 A W 77-62 H W 72-61 N 1997-98 W 63-55 H

W 62-60 A 1998-99 W 62-61 A W 76-68 H 1999-00 W 64-59 A W 73-49 H W 67-45 N 2000-01 W 63-48 H W 74-49 A 2001-02 W 73-57 H W 70-61 A 2002-03 W 62-58 A W 69-55 H 2003-04 W 72-64 H 2004-05 W 85-78 A 2005-06 L 70-82 A W 79-73 H 2006-07 W 54-49 H L 79-80(OT) A 2007-08 L 67-55 A L 80-70 H 2008-09 L 47-69 H L 84-91 A 2009-10 L 82-72 A W 80-67 H 2010-11 W 77-61 H W 70-60 A 2011-12 L 76-72 A W 88-51 H 2012-13 L 68-52 H Nebraska 1-1 1979-80 W 77-68 L 60-78 Nevada 1-0 1990-91 W 94-62 Nevada-Las Vegas 1-3 1979-80 W 83-69 A 1993-94 L 61-79 T 2001-02 L 67-88 T 2005-06 L 55-65 N New Hampshire 1-0 1990-91 W 96-68 H New Mexico 2-0


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

1979-80 W 79-60 T 1994-95 W 79-66 T Nicholls State 1-0 1990-91 W 71-48 T North Alabama 1-0 1984-85 W 74-58 H North Carolina 2-3 1976-77 W 90-67 H W 61-58 T 1980-81 L 62-63 A 1994-95 L 52-79 T 2006-07 L 52-93 A UNC-Asheville 4-0 1999-00 W 73-60 A 2000-01 W 80-59 H 2001-02 W 89-46 A 2002-03 W 69-46 H UNC-Charlotte 4-2 1983-84 W 74-66 H 1987-88 W 60-56 T 1994-95 W 70-62 H 1995-96 L 54-69 A 1996-97 W 65-64 H 1997-98 L 38-66 A North Carolina State 1-5 1978-79 L 72-89 T 1979-80 L 83-88 H 1980-81 L 72-83 A 1981-82 L 73-91 A 1982-83 W 70-63 H 1986-87 L 63-89 T North Georgia 1-0 1987-88 W 90-57 T Northeastern 2-0 1986-87 W 59-49 H 1991-92 W 82-73 H Northern Iowa 0-1 2003-04 L 73-76 N Northern Kentucky 0-1 1981-82 L 60-69 A Northwestern 0-2 1983-84 L 74-77 A 1992-93 L 58-72 T Northwestern State 0-2 1983-84 L 74-77 N 1985-86 L 71-77 N Ohio 1-0 1990-91 W 90-58

Pepperdine 1-1 2004-05 W 63-48 N 2006-07 L 62-91 A Pittsburgh 1-1 1978-79 W 78-70 T 1980-81 L 91-93 T Portland State 1-0 1997-98 W 71-62 T Purdue 0-1 1995-96 L 50-94 T Queens College 1-1 1971-72 L 63-64 1976-77 W 72-68 A Quinnipiac 1-0 2002-03 W 78-68 T Radford 1-0 1987-88 W 60-59 T Rice 1-0 2012-13 W 78-65 H Richmond 1-0 1989-90 W 77-59 T Roane State 1-0 1973-74 W 52-34 Samford 8-7 2003-04 W 76-57 H W 57-39 A 2004-05 W 58-51 A W 63-48 H L 57-59 H W 63-51 A 2005-06 L 59-57 H W 63-51 A 2006-07 L 44-66 A W 62-55 H L 60-63 N 2007-08 L 64-45 A L 71-60 H 2011-12 L 61-55 A 2012-13 W 65-56 H San Diego State 0-1 1988-89 L 56-78 T SIU Edwardsville 3-2 2009-10 W 68-60 H 2010-11 W 68-52 A 2011-12 L 62-54 A L 64-62(OT) H 2012-13 W 66-56 A

St. John’s 0-1 Ohio State 3-0 2012-13 L 58-46 T 1975-76 W 83-60 T 1979-80 W 78-66 H St. Joseph’s 0-1 1980-81 W 60-59 A 1976-77 L 73-82 T Old Dominion 1-2 St. Louis 1-1 1977-78 W 65-61 T 2009-10 L 78-58 A 1992-93 L 60-77 T 2010-11 W 71-63 H 1998-99 L 48-74 Oklahoma 1-0 1999-00 W 74-64 T

St. Mary’s 0-1 2012-13 L 73-58 T

Oregon State 0-1 2007-08 L 78-55 N

Seton Hall 1-0 2001-02 W 78-63 H

Parsons College 0-1 1972-73 L 54-58

Shorter College 2-0 1973-74 W 68-41 1974-75 W 77-61 H

South Carolina 1-4 1978-79 L 83-97 T 1979-80 L 73-87 A L 62-68 T 1981-82 L 57-83 A 1988-89 W 77-73 T South Carolina State 1-0 1995-96 W 84-56 T Southeast Missouri 30-18 1991-92 W 83-58 H W 85-71 A W 87-74 T 1992-93 W 79-67 A W 73-53 H 1993-94 L 56-70 A W 71-53 H 1994-95 W 73-49 H W 72-62 A W 82-59 T 1995-96 L 81-87 A L 62-63 H 1996-97 W 75-68 H W 85-67 A 1997-98 W 66-60 A W 65-52 H 1998-99 W 82-64 H L 70-74 A W 73-62 N 1999-00 W 65-61 A W 82-65 H 2000-01 W 80-79 H W 89-75 A 2001-02 W 80-77 A W 87-69 H 2002-03 L 80-86 H L 72-76 A L 65-78 N 2003-04 L 90-102(2OT) A W 65-57 H 2004-05 W 80-78 H L 45-62 A L 68-71 N 2005-06 W 81-77 A L 46-53 H L 50-71 N 2006-07 W 59-58 H L 52-77 A 2007-08 L 66-60 A L 49-39 H 2008-09 L 41-56 H L 55-61 A 2009-10 L 61-56 A W 59-56 H 2010-11 W 62-48 H W 69-59 A 2011-12 W 60-57(OT) H 2012-13 W 64-51 A Southern Connecticut 0-1 1976-77 L 72-85 T Southern Illinois 14-10 1986-87 W 73-65 H 1987-88 L 65-78 A 1989-90 L 60-62 H 1990-91 L 62-72 A 1991-92 L 68-73 H 1992-93 W 66-65(OT) A 1993-94 W 69-67 H 1994-95 L 67-83 A 1995-96 W 66-54 H 1996-97 L 59-66 A 1997-98 W 67-64 H 1998-99 W 68-55 A 1999-00 W 68-55 H W 74-64 T

2000-01 W 81-74 A 2001-02 W 82-75 H 2002-03 L 66-70 A 2003-04 W 88-71 H 2004-05 W 73-55 A 2005-06 W 70-60 H 2006-07 L 62-69 A 2007-08 L 87-69 H 2008-09 L 67-74 A 2009-10 W 59-56 H

1985-86 W 91-79 H 1986-87 W 86-56 A 1987-88 W 79-64 A W 76-52 H 1988-89 W 97-56 H W 85-64 A 1989-90 W 93-55 A W 92-64 H W 86-60 T 1990-91 W 103-82 H W 90-82 A Southern Mississippi 2-2 W 81-67 T 1978-79 L 59-72 H 1991-92 W 84-64 A 1983-84 L 88-89 T W 80-67 H 1984-85 W 83-67 H 1992-93 W 82-64 H 1986-87 W 78-66 T W 83-70 A W 85-80 T Southwest Louisiana 1-0 1993-94 W 62-57 H 1998-99 W 68-64 T L 43-59 A L 63-71 T Southwest Missouri 1-1 1994-95 W 87-78 A 1985-86 W 94-77 A L 50-56 H 1990-91 L 64-94 A L 63-66 T 1995-96 W 69-63 H Stephen F. Austin 2-3 W 67-61 A 1973-74 W 63-43 1996-97 W 81-48 H 1976-77 W 102-68 T W 61-49 A 1979-80 L 71-89 T 1997-98 W 86-78(OT) H 1990-91 L 64-70 H W 71-61 A 1992-93 L 56-70 1998-99 L 55-56 A W 80-61 H Stetson 2-0 1986-87 W 81-63 A 1999-00 W 80-66 A W 68-55 H 1995-96 W 60-56 H 2000-01 W 94-64 H W 93-70 A Tampa University 1-0 W 98-81 N 1982-83 W 75-54 A 2001-02 W 71-54 A W 75-46 H Tech All-Stars 1-0 2002-03 W 90-60 H 1971-72 W 78-39 W 81-58 A 2003-04 W 70-48 A Temple 1-0 2004-05 W 69-48 H 1976-77 W 87-48 2005-06 W 79-53 H W 71-58 A Temple JC 0-1 2006-07 L 50-57 A 1972-73 L 47-51 W 88-57 H 2007-08 L 69-56 H Tennessee 11-16 W 60-51 A 1970-71 W 56-50 2008-09 L 75-79(OT) A L 46-49 L 57-67 H 1972-73 W 48-45 2009-10 L 65-62 H W 61-49 W 76-73 A 1973-74 L 51-65 2010-11 W 69-55 A W 54-51(OT) W 76-62 H 1974-75 W 96-73 H 2011-12 W 80-71 H W 76-47 A W 78-66 A 1975-76 W 83-61 T 2012-13 W 80-77 H W 89-84(OT) T W 71-68 A W 91-76 T 1976-77 W 70-65 H Tennessee Wesleyan 4-0 L 67-80 A 2009-10 W 97-51 H W 76-70 T 2010-11 W 75-42 H L 59-72 T 2011-12 W 66-52 H 1977-78 L 60-65 T 2012-13 W 86-47 H L 64-79 H L 81-82(OT) T Texas Tech 0-1 L 64-80 T 1999-00 L 54-83 N L 73-92 T 1978-79 L 75-80 A Toledo 0-1 L 60-85 T 2002-03 L 61-71 T 1979-80 L 66-68 H L 66-83 H UCF 0-1 1980-81 L 63-69 A 2010-11 L 79-69 A 1986-87 L 59-95 N 1990-91 L 67-94 A UCLA 0-1 2011-12 L 74-52 A Tennessee State 50-10 1970-71 W 88-29 Union University 3-0 1971-72 W 65-37 1973-74 W 77-44


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 1979-80 W 76-56 A W 81-71 H 1980-81 W 103-99 H 1981-82 W 65-60 A Valdosta State 1-2 W 80-66 H 1977-78 W 81-67 1982-83 W 99-75 A 1978-79 L 99-107 1983-84 L 66-71 H L 84-93 1984-85 L 70-79 A 1985-86 L 79-83 H Vanderbilt 10-7 1986-87 L 73-94 A 1978-79 W 73-68 A 1987-88 W 67-58 H W 81-65 H 1988-89 L 69-70 A W 70-49 T 1989-90 L 72-74 H 1979-80 W 85-67 H 1990-91 L 88-95(2OT) A 1980-81 W 77-69 A 1991-92 L 66-92 A W 92-77 T 1992-93 W 65-49 H 1982-83 W 82-73 H 1993-94 W 69-64 A 1983-84 L 80-111 A 1994-95 L 61-82 H 1984-85 W 79-74 H 1995-96 L 57-61 A 1985-86 L 72-87 A 1998-99 L 56-86 H 1986-87 W 81-79 H 1999-00 L 60-71 A 1987-88 L 59-72 A 2000-01 L 80-99 H 1988-89 L 79-64 H 2001-02 L 70-84 A 1989-90 L 50-62 A 2002-03 W 61-55 H 1990-91 W 73-66 H 2003-04 W 81-76 A 1991-92 L 87-59 A 2004-05 W 84-74 H 2012-13 L 77-50 A 2005-06 L 69-81 A L 66-83 N 2011-12 W 69-59 H Virginia 0-2 L 71-58 A 1982-83 L 67-70 A 1994-95 L 54-75 T Western Michigan 0-1 1998-99 L 62-74 H Virginia Tech 1-1 1984-85 W 94-79 William & Mary 1-0 2006-07 L 52-87 N 1973-74 W 67-35 Utah State 1-0 1974-75 W 91-45

Molly Heady 1974-75 W 68-66 T 1976-77 W 102-89 T UT Chattanooga 21-6 1970-71 W 58-41 1971-72 W 62-46 W 63-56 1972-73 W 60-46 W 62-48 1974-75 W 133-60 H W 76-47 H W 94-46 N 1975-76 W 88-63 H W 91-55 A 1976-77 W 91-88 A W 75-64 H 1979-80 W 84-76 H 1980-81 L 76-85 A 1981-82 W 77-66 H 1983-84 L 66-74 A 1987-88 L 65-82 T 1988-89 W 75-66 A 1989-90 W 70-50 H 1990-91 W 73-53 H 1991-92 W 86-81 A 1992-93 W 81-61 H 1993-94 L 52-55 A 1995-96 L 55-57 1996-97 L 59-66 H 1997-98 W 61-51 A 2005-06 W 82-67 N UT Martin 44-19 1970-71 W 57-53 L 41-50 W 66-63 L 45-54 1971-72 W 54-41 W 39-31 W 55-52 L 49-52 W 70-42 W 64-42 L 56-62 1972-73 L 48-49 1973-74 W 60-59 1977-78 W 79-70 A 1978-79 W 100-61 H

1979-80 W 89-64 A 1980-81 W 92-59 H 1992-93 W 101-59 A W 94-62 H 1993-94 W 81-67 H W 88-69 A 1994-95 W 72-57 A W 83-76 H 1995-96 W 79-78 A L 61-75 H 1996-97 W 71-67 H W 65-45 A 1997-98 W 75-72 H W 73-67 A L 53-69 N 1998-99 W 84-82 A W 81-72 H W 86-83 N 1999-00 W 64-62 A L 64-66 H 2000-01 W 87-75 H L 75-89 A W 100-70 N 2001-02 W 81-71 H L 52-58 A 2002-03 L 69-72 A W 77-70 H 2003-04 W 76-60 H W 70-60 H 2004-05 W 82-58 A W 70-51 H 2005-06 W 48-41 A W 66-43 H 2006-07 W 54-48 H L 55-56 A 2007-08 W 73-64 A W 66-47 A 2008-09 W 63-56 H W 61-55 A 2009-10 L 56-52 A W 85-41 H 2010-11 W 74-57 H L 83-56 A L 82-76 N 2011-12 L 83-61 A L 82-65 N 2012-13 L 81-63 H L 87-80 N

Volunteer State 4-0 1972-73 W 64-34 W 64-54 1973-74 W 72-59 W 59-58

William Penn 0-2 1974-75 L 65-67 T 1975-76 L 70-78 T

Wake Forest 1-1 1996-97 L 58-61 A 1997-98 W 65-44 H

Winthrop College 4-0 1971-72 W 58-45 1972-73 W 49-48 1973-74 W 55-44 2004-05 W 73-54 H

Washington State 1-0 1972-73 W 49-48

Wisconsin-La Crosse 1-0 1975-76 W 116-78 T

Wayland Baptist 0-2 1973-74 L 50-56 1980-81 L 67-76

Youngstown State 12-1 1982-83 W 103-78 T 1983-84 W 84-66 H W 83-82 A 1984-85 W 81-65 A W 93-64 H 1985-86 W 79-63 H W 73-71 A W 89-54 T 1986-87 W 63-59 A W 82-81 A 1987-88 L 73-83 A W 97-84 H W 77-74(OT) T

West Chester State 1-0 1976-77 W 79-67 N West Texas 0-1 1985-86 L 65-78 N West Virginia 1-0 1986-87 W 81-59 T Western Carolina 4-2 1971-72 W 65-52 1973-74 W 62-51 1975-76 W 94-81 2007-08 L 74-61 N 2011-12 L 61-58 H 2012-13 W 61-56 A Western Kentucky 19-18 1975-76 W 96-69 A W 106-69 H 1976-77 W 87-75 T 1977-78 W 84-81 T 1978-79 W 63-60 H L 67-69 T W 69-63 T

Largest Victories

Margin Score 73 133-60 71 107-36 63 101-38 59 110-51 59 88-29 54 78-24 53 103-50 53 75-22 52 91-39 51 102-51

Opponent (Year) UT Chat. (1974-75) Cumberland (1979-80) Marshall (1976-77) Butler (1989-90) Tennessee St. (1970-71) Cathedral (1972-73) Centenary (1999-00) Fisk (1971-72) Fisk (1970-71) Chicago State (1989-90)

Largest Losses Margin Score 61 53-114 45 100-55 45 56-101 44 50-94 41 52-93 36 59-95 35 80-45 35 67-102 35 52-87 35 66-101

Opponent (Year) Louisiana Tech (1981-82) Baylor (2009-10) Louisiana Tech (1995-96) Purdue (1995-96) N. Carolina (2006-07) Tennessee (1986-87) Morehead St (2009-10) Kentucky (1982-83) Virginia Tech (2006-07) Middle Tennessee (2008-09)

Golden Eagles in Overtime Tech is 17-16 in overtime 1973-74 W Tennessee 1974-75 L William Penn 1975-76 W Tennessee 1977-78 L Tennessee 1979-80 W Middle Tennessee 1983-84 W Eastern Kentucky 1984-85 W Middle Tennessee 1987-88 W Youngstown 1988-89 W Alabama State 1989-90 L Houston 1990-91 L Western Kentucky** 1991-92 L Florida International 1991-92 W Middle Tennessee 1992-93 W Southern Illinois 1992-93 L Mississippi 1994-95 L Alabama Birmingham 1994-95 W UT Martin 1996-97 W Austin Peay 1996-97 W Eastern Illinois 1997-98 W Tennessee State 1997-98 L Eastern Kentucky*** 2000-01 W Southeast Missouri 2001-02 W Middle Tennessee 2001-02 W Austin Peay 2003-04 L Southeast Missouri 2005-06 W Southeast Missouri 2006-07 L Murray State 2007-08 L Eastern Illinois 2008-09 L Austin Peay** 2008-09 L Tennessee State 2011-12 W Southeast Missouri 2011-12 L SIU Edwardsville 2011-12 W Eastern Illinois 2012-13 L MTSU 2012-13 L UT Martin â&#x20AC;Ż **Double overtime ***Triple overtime

54-51 65-67 89-84 81-82 71-68 81-78 92-86 77-74 83-76 82-85 88-95 88-90 93-92 66-65 68-70 55-58 83-76 72-70 81-74 86-78 92-97 80-79 68-64 81-80 90-102 81-77 79-80 64-66 81-83 75-79 60-57 62-64 81-72 59-65 80-87


CAPTAINS/CAREER LEADERS All-Time Golden Eagle Team Captains

Career Scoring

under coach Marynell Meadors

1973-74 Pam Smith, Pam Cassity 1974-75 Pam Smith, Pam Cassity, Pam Peek 1975-76 Pam Cassity, Debbie Bumpas 1976-77 Gayle Burgess, Pam Cassity, Janet Bowden, Kim Grizzle, Pam Peek 1977-78 Gayle Burgess Pam Chambers 1978-79 Carla Tart, Carmen Dowdell, Pam Chambers, Trish Bell 1979-80 Pam Chambers, Barbara Dam, Robyn Markey 1980-81 Jerilynn Harper, Barbara Dam, Robyn Markey 1981-82 Jerilynn Harper, Denette Kolbe, Teresa Duncan 1982-83 Anita Myers, Lydia Sawney, Emily Tyler 1983-84 Mindy Campbell, Teresa Officer, Chris Moye 1984-85 Chris Moye, Tonie Edwards 1985-86 Chris Moye, Michelle Holloway

Diane Seng

Michele Bishop Tammy Burton Shawn Monday Adrienne Black Shawn Monday Arnetta Peterson Shawn Monday Melinda Claxton Renay Adams Angela Moorehead Cecilia Ramsey Dana Bilyeu Dana Scott Dana Bilyeu Roschelle Vaughn Sherry Batten Taunya Lovelace Taunya Lovelace Leslie VanWinkle Terrance Oglesby Becky Clabough Leslie VanWinkle Becky Clabough Amy Moore Amber Clark Holly Hardison Ann Parks Diane Seng Janet Holt Rachael Gobble Misty Garrett Janet Holt Andrea Brown Wendi Scott Andrea Brown Casey Bradford Tynisha Alexander Casey Bradford Emily Christian Jana Reece

Chris Moye

Carmen Dowdell

Joi Nichols, Deanna Apple, Kendall Cavin Kristina Tyler, Cara Reed, Marissa Hensley, Allison Price Blair Bowens, Allison Price, Meagan Lyons, Rachel Whittle

under coach Sytia Messer 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Kellie Cook Kellie Cook, Kylie Cook, Tacaraa Hayes Kellie Cook, Kylie Cook, Tacarra Hayes

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Player Years Games Rebounds Avg. Pam Cassity.............................. 1973-77 (4)...................128................ 1,782....................... 13.9 Cheryl Taylor............................ 1983-87 (4)...................120................ 1,532....................... 12.8 Melinda Clayton..................... 1986-90 (4)...................121................ 1,050......................... 8.7 Janet Holt................................. 1998-02 (4)...................123....................922......................... 7.5 Angela Moorehead............... 1988-91 (3)....................91.....................813......................... 8.9 Emily Christian........................ 2002-06 (4)...................117....................812......................... 6.9 Jerilynn Harper....................... 1979-82 (3)....................92.....................791......................... 8.6 Trish Bell.................................... 1975-80 (4+)................134....................774......................... 5.7 Chris Moye............................... 1982-86 (4)...................115....................772......................... 6.7 Tacarra Hayes.......................... 2008-11 (4)...................125....................708......................... 5.7 Diane Seng............................... 1996-00 (4)...................120....................706......................... 5.9 Amber Clark............................. 1995-98 (4)...................113....................659......................... 5.9 Terrance Oglesby................... 1992-96 (4)...................117....................653......................... 5.6 Valeria Russell......................... 1973-75 (2)....................62.....................643....................... 10.4 Carmen Dowdell.................... 1977-80 (3)....................97.....................633......................... 6.5 Renay Adams.......................... 1987-91 (4)...................120....................614......................... 5.1 Cecilia Ramsey........................ 1987-91 (4)...................117....................613......................... 5.2 Pam Chambers....................... 1976-80 (4)...................132....................575......................... 4.4 Collin Carmichael.................. 1996-00 (4)...................121....................566......................... 4.7 Carla Tart................................... 1976-79 (3)....................90.....................555......................... 6.2 Misty Garrett........................... 1998-02 (4).................. 122....................584......................... 4.5 Roschelle Vaughn.................. 1991-93 (2)....................59.....................542......................... 9.2

Career Assists

under coach Amy Brown 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Player Years Games Points Avg.â&#x20AC;Ż Cheryl Taylor............................ 1983-87 (4)...................120................ 2,526....................... 21.1 Emily Christian........................ 2002-06 (4)...................117................ 2,314....................... 19.8 Janet Holt................................. 1998-02 (4)...................123................ 2,420....................... 19.6 Jerilynn Harper....................... 1979-82 (3)....................92................. 2,238....................... 24.3 Diane Seng............................... 1997-00 (4)...................120................ 2,166....................... 18.0 Pam Chambers....................... 1976-80 (4)...................132................ 2,144....................... 16.2 Angela Moorehead............... 1988-91 (3)....................91................. 1,925....................... 21.2 Gayle Hastings........................ 1974-78 (4)...................130................ 1,915....................... 14.7 Tacarra Hayes.......................... 2008-11 (4)...................125................ 1,786....................... 14.3 Melinda Clayton..................... 1986-90 (4)...................121................ 1,712....................... 14.1 Chris Moye............................... 1982-86 (4)...................115................ 1,633....................... 14.2 Renay Adams.......................... 1987-91 (4)...................120................ 1,496....................... 12.5 Pam Cassity.............................. 1973-77 (4)...................128................ 1,469....................... 11.5 Kendall Cavin.......................... 2003-07 (4)...................120................ 1,457....................... 12.1 Amber Clark............................. 1995-98 (4)...................113 ............... 1,422....................... 12.7 Pam Peek.................................. 1973-77 (4)...................127................ 1,394....................... 10.9 Terrance Oglesby................... 1992-96 (4)...................117................ 1,290....................... 11.0 Cecilia Ramsey........................ 1987-91 (4)...................117................ 1,230....................... 10.5 Roschelle Vaughn.................. 1991-93 (2)....................59................. 1,203....................... 20.4 Carmen Dowdell.................... 1977-80 (3)....................97................. 1,180....................... 12.1 Sherry Batten.......................... 1990-94 (4)...................116................ 1,169....................... 10.1 Meagan Lyons......................... 2005-09 (4)...................120................ 1,143......................... 9.5 Blair Bowens............................ 2005-09 (4)...................122................ 1,135......................... 9.3 Barbara Dam........................... 1977-81 (4)...................130................ 1,099......................... 8.4 Tammy Burton ....................... 1983-87 (4)....................84................. 1,096....................... 13.1 Leslie Van Winkle................... 1993-96 (4)...................109................ 1,073......................... 9.8

Career Rebounding

under coach Bill Worrell 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Sherry Batten

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Player Years Games Assists Avg. Shawn Monday...................... 1986-90 (4)...................121....................822......................... 6.8 Misty Garrett........................... 1998-02 (4)...................122....................665......................... 5.5 Cecilia Ramsey........................ 1987-91 (4)...................117....................644......................... 5.5 Chris Moye............................... 1982-86 (4)...................115....................631......................... 5.5 Pam Chambers....................... 1976-80 (4)...................132....................587......................... 4.4 Taunya Lovelace..................... 1990-95 (4+)................122....................497......................... 4.1 Gayle Hastings........................ 1974-78 (4)...................130....................448......................... 3.4 Tacarra Hayes.......................... 2008-11 (4)...................125....................444......................... 3.5 Tammy Burton........................ 1984-87 (4)....................84.....................369......................... 4.4 Robyn Markey......................... 1977-81 (4)...................134....................362......................... 2.7 Leslie VanWinkle.................... 1993-97 (4)...................117....................338......................... 2.9 Anita Myers.............................. 1981-83 (2)....................58.....................324......................... 5.6 Janet Holt................................. 1998-02 (4)...................123....................324......................... 5.4 Sherry Batten.......................... 1990-94 (4)...................116....................316......................... 2.7 Dana Bilyeu.............................. 1991-93 (2)....................59.....................316......................... 5.4 Dana Scott................................ 1988-92 (4)...................121....................311......................... 2.6 Tynisha Alexander................. 2001-05(3).....................84.....................308......................... 2.8 Becky Clabough..................... 1994-98 (4)...................115....................306......................... 2.7 Barbara Dam........................... 1977-81 (4)...................130 ...................304......................... 2.3 Kendall Cavin.......................... 2003-07 (4)...................120....................298......................... 2.5 Emily Tyler................................ 1979-83 (4)...................125....................293......................... 2.3 Allison Price............................. 2005-09 (4)...................116....................292......................... 2.5 Meagan Lyons......................... 2005-09 (4)...................120....................283......................... 2.4 Emily Christian........................ 2002-06 (4)...................117....................287......................... 2.5 Rachael Gobble...................... 1997-00 (4)...................122....................272......................... 2.2 Andrea Baldwin...................... 1995-98 (4)...................108....................251......................... 2.3


CAREER LEADERS/SUPERLATIVES Career Steals

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

*Active players in bold

Player Years Games Steals Avg. Pam Chambers.......................... 1976-80 (4) ...................132................. 324.....................2.5 Chris Moye.................................. 1982-86 (4)......................115................. 254.....................2.2 Shawn Monday......................... 1986-90 (4)......................121................. 249.....................2.1 Meagan Lyons........................... 2005-09 (4)......................120................. 227.....................1.9 Cecilia Ramsey.......................... 1987-91 (4)......................117................. 212.....................1.8 Taunya Lovelace....................... 1990-95 (4+)...................122................. 212.....................1.7 Emily Christian.......................... 2002-06 (4)......................117................. 200.....................1.7 Robyn Markey........................... 1977-81 (4)......................134................. 196.....................1.5 Janet Holt.................................... 1998-02 (4)......................123................. 189.....................1.5 Barbara Dam.............................. 1977-81 (4)......................130................. 182.....................1.4 Tacarra Hayes............................. 2008-11 (4)......................125................. 180.....................1.4 Meagan Lyons........................... 2005-08 (3)........................ 90................. 165.....................1.8 Carmen Dowdell....................... 1977-80 (3)........................ 97................. 162.....................1.7 Sherry Batten............................. 1990-94 (4)......................116 ................ 162.....................1.4 Angela Moorehead.................. 1988-91 (3)........................ 91................. 156.....................1.7 Misty Garrett.............................. 1998-02 (4)......................122................. 148.....................1.2 Blair Bowens............................... 2005-09 (4)......................122................. 147.....................1.2 Becky Clabough ....................... 1994-98 (4)......................115................. 146.....................1.3 Gayle Hastings.......................... 1975-78 (4)......................130................. 141.....................1.1 Cheryl Taylor.............................. 1983-87 (4)......................120................. 132.....................1.1 Leslie VanWinkle....................... 1993-97 (4).....................117................. 132.....................1.1 Melinda Clayton....................... 1986-90 (4)......................121................. 129.....................1.1 Terrance Oglesby..................... 1992-96 (4)......................117................. 128.....................1.1 Roschelle Vaughn..................... 1991-93 (2)........................ 59................. 124.....................2.1 Emily Tyler................................... 1979-83 (4)......................125................. 122.....................0.9

Double/Double Games

Nineteen different Golden Eagles have managed 10 or more double/double performances:

Taunya Lovelace

Career Blocked Shots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Player Years Games Blocks Avg. Melinda Clayton....................... 1986-90 (4)......................121................. 194.....................1.6 Terrance Oglesby..................... 1992-96 (4)......................117................. 130.....................1.1 Emily Christian.......................... 2002-06 (4)......................117................. 128.....................1.1 Diane Seng................................. 1996-00 (4)......................120................. 120.....................1.0 Renay Adams............................. 1987-91 (4)......................120................. 116.....................0.9 Taryn Slattery............................. 1992-96 (4)......................102................. 112.....................1.1 Trish Bell...................................... 1977-81 (4+)..................... 69................. 101.....................1.5 Cheryl Taylor.............................. 1983-87 (4)......................120....................94.....................0.8 Kim Stout..................................... 1990-94 (4)......................110....................93.....................0.8 Val Streelman............................. 1981-83 (2)........................ 58....................90.....................1.6 Collin Carmichael..................... 1996-00 (4)......................121....................81.....................0.6 Amber Clark............................... 1995-98 (4)......................113....................77.....................0.6

Terrance Oglesby

Career Field Goal Percentage (minimum 400 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Player Years Field Goals Pct. Renay Adams.............................................. 1987-91 (4)................. 600-931......................644 Roschelle Vaughn...................................... 1991-93 (2)................. 488-780......................626 Diane Seng.................................................. 1996-00 (4)................845-1362....................620 Lydia Sawney.............................................. 1981-83 (2)................. 250-455......................617 Jerilynn Harper........................................... 1979-82 (3)................912-1547....................589 Carmen Dowdell........................................ 1977-80 (3)................. 501-854......................586 Pam Cassity................................................. 1973-77 (4)................600-1046....................573 Cheryl Taylor............................................... 1983-87 (4)................786-1379....................570 Melinda Clayton........................................ 1986-90 (4)................704-1262....................558 Tracy Munsey.............................................. 1983-87 (4)................. 233-422......................552 Collin Carmichael...................................... 1996-00 (4)................. 330-622......................531 Trish Bell....................................................... 1975-80 (4+).............. 396-751......................527 Terrance Oglesby...................................... 1992-96 (4)................536-1020....................525 Taryn Slattery.............................................. 1992-96 (4)................. 264-505......................523 Janet Holt..................................................... 1998-02 (4)................815-1629....................500 Gayle Hastings........................................... 1974-78 (4)................751-1528....................491 Emily Christian........................................... 2002-06 (3)................868-1777....................488 Barbara Dam............................................... 1977-81 (4)................. 455-942......................483 Angela Moorehead................................... 1988-91 (3)................781-1624....................481 Janet Bowden............................................. 1973-77 (4)................. 333-696......................478

Amber Clark

Career Free Throw Percentage (minimum 100 attempts) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Player Years Free Throws Pct. Kim Grizzle................................................... 1975-77 (2)................. 128-150.................... .853 Andrea Brown............................................. 2000-04 (4).................. 89-107..................... .832 Janet Holt..................................................... 1998-02 (4)................. 748-905.................... .827 Casey Bradford........................................... 2001-05 (4)................. 113-137.................... .825 Pam Peek...................................................... 1973-77 (4)................. 172-210.................... .819 Jennifer Wilhelm........................................ 2000-02 (3).................. 86-105..................... .819 Kendall Cavin.............................................. 2003-07 (4)................. 320-391.................... .818 Rachael Gobble.......................................... 1997-00 (4)................. 186-228.................... .816 Rachel Glidden........................................... 2008-11 (4)................. 104-128.................... .813 Tynisha Alexander..................................... 2001-05 (4)................. 339-421.................... .805 Tracy Munsey.............................................. 1983-87 (4)................. 112-140.................... .800 Sherry Batten.............................................. 1990-94 (4)................. 239-304.................... .786 Jerilynn Harper........................................... 1979-82 (3)................. 414-527.................... .786 Kristina Tyler................................................ 2004-08 (4)................. 203-260.................... .781 Blair Bowens................................................ 2005-09 (3)................. 245-317.................... .773

Anita Myers

Cheryl Taylor 90 Melinda Clayton 45 Janet Holt 39 Angela Moorehead 38 Jerilynn Harper 33 Chris Moye 28 Roschelle Vaughn 27 Emily Christian 24 Lydia Sawney 15 Tacarra Hayes 14 Pam Cassity 14 Carmen Dowdell 14 Terrance Oglesby 14 Renay Adams 13 Diane Seng 12 Amber Clark 12 Trish Bell 12 Pam Chambers 11 Cecilia Ramsey 10 Taunya Lovelace 8 Carla Tart 8 Collin Carmichael 7 Brittany Darling 6 Holly Hoover 6 Kristina Tyler 6 Sherry Batten 5 Val Streelman 4 Tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keyah Williams 4 Misty Garrett 3 Gayle Burgess 3 Elizabeth Maxwell 3

Tynisha Alexander Kendall Cavin Tiara Hopper Meagan Lyons Casey Bradford Jennifer Simpson Dee Davis Teresa Duncan Tonie Edwards Denette Kolbe Robyn Markey Anita Myers Dana Bilyeu Taryn Slattery Jasmine White Andrea Baldwin Leah Bird Janet Bowden Tammy Burton Kellie Cook Leah Frazier Molly Heady Marissa Hensley Shawn Monday Arnetta Peterson Mitzi Rice Simone Rutledge Dana Scott Krystal Stirrup Jo Swartz Cara Reed Vivian Nwosu

3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Triple/Double Games

Only four players in Golden Eagle history have managed a triple/double game (double figures in three categories). Date Opponent Pt Reb Ast Chris Moye 12-12-84 Cumberland 25 11 12 02-10-85 Akron 12 11 11 11-30-85 Tennessee St. 15 11 10 01-06-86 Middle Tenn. 10 11 12 02-24-86 Eastern Ky. 22 10 16 Cecilia Ramsey 02-15-88 Eastern Ky. 14 11 14 12-01-90 Montevallo 14 11 10 Taunya Lovelace 11-26-94 New Mexico 14 10 14 Tacarra Hayes 01-07-10 Morehead St. 15 10 12


ANNUAL TEAM LEADERS Assists

Scoring Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Name GP Pts Avg Pam Smith 31 274 8.8 Pam Peek 31 438 14.1 Gayle Burgess 30 446 20.3 Gayle Burgess 36 566 15.7 Pam Chambers 33 542 16.8 Pam Chambers 32 636 19.8 Pam Chambers 34 578 17.0 Jerilynn Harper* 34 1011 29.7 Jerilynn Harper 31 831 26.8 Lydia Sawney 27 403 14.9 Cheryl Taylor 28 454 16.2 Cheryl Taylor 29 533 18.4 Cheryl Taylor 32 746 23.3 Cheryl Taylor 31 793 25.6 Melinda Clayton 29 528 18.2 Angela Moorehead 30 599 19.9 Angela Moorehead 31 636 20.5 Angela Moorehead 30 690 23.0 Roschelle Vaughn 30 540 18.0 Roschelle Vaughn 29 663 22.9 Terrance Oglesby 29 378 13.0 Terrance Oglesby 32 420 13.1 Amber Clark 27 388 14.4 Diane Seng 29 644 22.2 Diane Seng 28 495 17.7 Diane Seng 30 438 14.6 Diane Seng 33 589 17.8 Janet Holt 30 738 24.6 Janet Holt 30 714 23.8 Emily Christian 29 510 17.6 Emily Christian 27 552 20.4 Emily Christian 29 566 19.1 Emily Christian 32 686 21.4 Kendall Cavin 30 427 14.2 Kristina Tyler 29 429 14.8 Blair Bowens 30 457 15.2 Tacarra Hayes 30 506 16.9 Tacarra Hayes 31 525 16.9 Tacarra Hayes 34 578 17.0 Diamond Henderson 31 490 15.8 *Led the nation in scoring.

Rebounding Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

Name Valeria Russell Pam Cassity Pam Cassity Pam Cassity Trish Bell Carla Tart Carmen Dowdell Jerilynn Harper Lydia Sawney Lydia Sawney Cheryl Taylor Cheryl Taylor

Carla Tart

GP RB Avg 31 351 11.3 31 446 14.4 30 527 17.6 36 484 13.4 33 256 7.8 32 263 8.2 34 254 7.5 34 372 10.9 31 248 8.0 27 267 9.9 28 339 12.1 29 394 13.6

Janet Holt

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

Emily Christian

Cheryl Taylor Cheryl Taylor Melinda Clayton Angela Moorehead Melinda Clayton Angela Moorehead Roschelle Vaughn Roschelle Vaughn Mary Alice Clayton Elizabeth Maxwell Terrance Oglesby Amber Clark Collin Carmichael Janet Holt Janet Holt Janet Holt Janet Holt Jennifer Simpson Emily Christian Emily Christian Emily Christian Kristina Tyler Kristina Tyler Jasmine White Tacarra Hayes Tacarra Hayes Tacarra Hayes Tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;keyah Williams

32 31 29 30 31 30 30 29 29 32 27 29 19 30 33 30 30 29 27 29 32 30 29 30 30 31 34 31

425 374 287 275 302 286 251 291 182 217 187 212 197 184 238 295 251 206 173 171 282 155 183 187 175 234 168 20

Blair Bowens

13.3 12.1 9.9 9.2 9.7 9.5 8.4 10.0 6.3 6.8 6.9 7.3 6.8 6.1 7.2 9.8 8.4 7.1 6.4 5.9 8.9 5.2 6.3 6.2 5.8 7.5 6.3 6.7

Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Name Pam Smith Debbie Bumpas Gayle Burgess Gayle Burgess Pam Chambers Pam Chambers Pam Chambers Robyn Markey Anita Myers Anita Myers Chris Moye Chris Moye Chris Moye Shawn Monday Shawn Monday Shawn Monday Shawn Monday Cecilia Ramsey Dana Bilyeu Dana Bilyeu Taunya Lovelace Taunya Lovelace Leslie VanWinkle Leslie VanWinkle Becky Clabough Misty Garrett Misty Garrett Misty Garrett Misty Garrett Tynisha Alexander Kendall Cavin Tynisha Alexander Deanna Apple Kendall Cavin Allison Price Allison Price Tacarra Hayes Tacarra Hayes Tacarra Hayes

GP AS Avg. 31 187 6.0 31 100 3.2 30 91 3.0 36 186 5.2 33 150 4.5 32 186 5.8 34 177 5.2 31 156 5.2 31 156 5.0 27 168 6.2 28 132 4.7 28 145 5.2 32 270 8.4 31 225 7.3 28 178 6.1 30 205 6.7 31 215 6.9 30 220 7.3 30 140 4.7 29 176 6.1 29 133 4.6 32 162 5.1 27 82 3.0 29 106 3.7 29 86 2.9 30 94 3.1 32 178 5.5 30 209 6.9 30 184 6.1 29 100 3.4 29 90 3.1 29 103 3.3 32 93 2.9 30 71 2.4 30 95 3.2 30 113 3.8 30 136 4.5 31 145 4.6 34 142 4.1

Name Kim Grizzle Pam Chambers Pam Chambers Pam Chambers Robyn Markey Dee Davis Dee Davis Chris Moye Chris Moye Chris Moye Shawn Monday Shawn Monday Cecilia Ramsey Angela Moorehead Cecilia Ramsey Sherry Batten Roschelle Vaughn Taunya Lovelace Taunya Lovelace Terrance Oglesby Becky Clabough Becky Clabough Janet Holt Misty Garrett Janet Holt Janet Holt Emily Christian Tynisha Alexander Emily Christian Meagan Lyons Meagan Lyons Allison Price Meagan Lyons Meagan Lyons Tacarra Hayes Tacarra Hayes Tacarra Hayes Lashay Davis

GP ST Avg 36 91 2.5 33 80 2.4 33 104 3.2 34 68 2.0 34 74 2.2 31 45 1.5 27 45 1.7 28 58 2.1 28 70 2.5 32 82 2.6 31 79 2.5 29 65 2.2 30 52 1.7 31 65 2.1 30 69 2.3 30 72 2.4 29 60 2.1 29 57 2.0 32 79 2.5 27 38 1.4 28 54 1.9 29 30 1.1 30 39 1.3 32 43 1.3 30 60 2.0 30 52 1.7 29 55 1.9 29 38 1.3 29 59 2.0 32 59 1.8 28 54 1.9 30 52 1.7 30 52 1.7 30 62 2.1 30 53 1.7 31 53 1.7 34 47 1.3 31 53 1.7

2012-13 Jala Harris

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

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207

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ANNUAL TEAM LEADERS

Cecilia Ramsey

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

Name Ann Thornton Trish Bell Pam Chambers Holly Hoover Jerilynn Harper Val Streelman Val Streelman Cheryl Taylor Cheryl Taylor Cheryl Taylor Melinda Clayton Melinda Clayton Melinda Clayton Melinda Clayton Renay Adams Kim Stout Terrance Oglesby Taryn Slattery Terrance Oglesby Terrance Oglesby Diane Seng Diane Seng Diane Seng Collin Carmichael Janet Holt Janet Holt Emily Christian Emily Christian Emily Christian Emily Christian Cara Reed Kristina Tyler Jasmine White Tacarra Hayes Brittany Darling Brittany Darling T’Keyah Williams Kellie Cook

Roschelle Vaughn GP BS Avg 30 31 1.0 33 54 1.6 32 14 0.4 28 35 1.3 34 35 1.0 31 46 1.5 27 44 1.6 28 26 0.9 29 26 0.9 32 24 0.8 31 51 1.6 29 55 1.9 30 39 1.3 31 49 1.6 30 40 1.3 30 47 1.6 29 26 0.9 29 55 1.9 32 30 0.9 27 33 1.2 29 40 1.4 28 25 0.9 30 34 1.1 33 28 0.8 30 8 0.3 30 12 0.4 29 40 1.4 27 15 0.6 29 31 1.1 32 42 1.3 30 14 0.5 29 38 1.3 30 18 0.6 30 15 0.5 31 29 0.9 34 42 1.2 31 14 0.5 31 14 .05

Field Goal Percentage (min 50 attempts) Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

Name Debbie Bumpas Pam Cassity Pam Cassity Pam Cassity Trish Bell Carmen Dowdell Carmen Dowdell Jerilynn Harper Jerilynn Harper Lydia Sawney* Cheryl Taylor Cheryl Taylor Cheryl Taylor Melinda Clayton Renay Adams† Renay Adams Renay Adams Renay Adams* Roschelle Vaughn

FGM FGA Pct. 104 219 .475 143 258 .554 185 301 .615 179 307 .583 166 291 .570 210 328 .640 187 306 .611 410 653 .628 343 601 .571 167 250 .668 167 303 .551 211 386 .547 318 519 .613 149 259 .552 190 294 .646 112 184 .609 113 195 .579 185 258 .717 216 359 .602

Val Streelman

Tracy Munsey

1992-93 Roschelle Vaughn 272 421 .646 1993-94 Terrance Oglesby 159 300 .530 1994-95 Taryn Slattery 80 158 .506 1995-96 Terrance Oglesby 132 245 .539 1996-97 Diane Seng* 257 379 .688 1997-98 Diane Seng$ 190 304 .625 1998-99 Diane Seng 181 304 .595 1999-00 Collin Carmichael 88 146 .603 2000-01 Janet Holt 236 444 .532 2001-02 Leah Bird 122 236 .517 2002-03 Courtney McFarlin 71 125 .568 2003-04 Casey Bradford 85 161 .528 2004-05 Kristina Tyler 55 102 .539 2005-06 Meagan Lyons 119 246 .484 2006-07 Cara Reed 90 189 .476 2007-08 Kristina Tyler 155 337 .460 2008-09 Vivian Nwosu 100 216 .463 2009-10 Krystal Stirrup 77 161 .478 2010-11 Brittany Darling 105 209 .502 2011-12 Brittany Darling 107 216 .495 2012-13 T’Keyah William 81 168 .482 *Led NCAA / †Second in NCAA / $Seventh in NCAA

Free Throw Percentage Year 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Name Pam Smith Gayle Burgess Pam Peek Kim Grizzle Trish Bell Carla Tart Jerilynn Harper Jerilynn Harper Jerilynn Harper Chris Moye Tammy Burton Tonie Edwards Tammy Burton Tracy Munsey Adrienne Black Dana Scott Angela Moorehead Sherry Batten Amy Engle Sherry Batten Sherry Batten Elizabeth Maxwell Amber Clark Leslie VanWinkle Rachael Gobble Collin Carmichael Janet Holt Janet Holt Leah Bird Andrea Brown Casey Bradford Tynisha Alexander Kendall Cavin Cara Reed Kristina Tyler Blair Bowens Krystal Stirrup

FTM FTA 54 84 76 117 54 64 87 103 72 103 63 84 68 100 191 242 145 185 51 68 67 88 132 181 70 92 58 72 56 73 33 46 109 153 32 36 69 84 57 70 70 93 69 91 109 156 59 75 26 32 56 69 195 235 249 291 65 76 26 27 55 63 109 122 96 110 63 77 105 122 79 108 42 54

Pct. .642 .649 .844 .845 .699 .751 .780 .789 .785 .750 .761 .729 .761 .806 .767 .717 .712 .889 .821 .814 .753 .758 .699 .787 .813 .812 .830 .856 .855 .963 .875 .893 .873 .818 .861 .731 .778

Andrea Baldwin

2010-11 Kellie Cook 2011-12 Rachel Glidden 2012-13 Molly Heady

25 17 37

28 20 45

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

GP 16 30 31 22 30 29 29 32 27 29 29 30 32 30 30 29 29 29 32 30 30 30 30 17 21 31

Made Pct 10 .270 22 .379 85 .417 62 .380 81 .389 74 .326 57 .337 66 .393 54 .342 37 .352 26 .366 40 .370 71 .366 86 .453 68 .398 66 .398 56 .373 58 .400 46 .387 47 .311 47 .398 86 .404 19 .373 42 .405 55 .382 44 .409

GP 16 30 31 30 26 29 29 32 20 29 29 26 32 30 29 29 29 25 27 30 30 30 30 31 27 31

Pct Made .270 10 .379 22 .417 85 .386 27 .415 34 .343 37 .356 48 .393 32 .374 34 .352 37 .390 23 .382 39 .366 71 .500 58 .455 30 .403 22 .455 30 .473 23 .392 20 .489 22 .398 47 .404 86 .359 55 .299 42 .358 34 .395 60

3-Point Percentage Name Denise Apple Cecilia Ramsey Mitzi Rice Mitzi Rice Dana Bilyeu Dana Bilyeu Sherry Batten Sherri Lewis Leslie VanWinkle Leslie VanWinkle Ann Parks Rachael Gobble Alison Clark Alison Clark Alison Clark Arleigh Brackin Arleigh Brackin Kendall Cavin Kendall Cavin Kendall Cavin Blair Bowens Blair Bowens Krystal Stirrup Molly Heady Kellie Cook Molly Heady

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

Name Denise Apple Cecilia Ramsey Mitzi Rice Dana Scott Amy Engle Amy Engle Shannon Clardy Sherri Lewis Andrea Baldwin Leslie VanWinkle Leah Bird Ann Parks Alison Clark Andrea Brown Jennifer Wilhelm Andrea Brown Andrea Brown Stefanie Holbrook Arleigh Brackin Cara Reed Blair Bowens Blair Bowens Kylie Cook Rachel Glidden Rachel Gildden Lashay Davis

.893 .850 .822


IN-SEASON TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Ala Moana Holiday Classic (Honolulu, Hawai’i) 2003-04 (1-1/Third):    Northern Iowa 76, Tech 73    Tech 64, Hawaii 59 Bicentennial Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1976-77 (2-1/Third):    Tech 79, West Chester 67    St. Joseph’s 82, Tech 73    Tech 87, Temple 48 Bud Light Tournament (Las Vegas, Nev.) 1989-90 (1-1/Third):    Houston 85, Tech 82    Tech 77, Auburn 60

Chevrolet Classic/Michigan State (East Lansing, Mich.) 2000-01 (0-2):    Boston College 80, Tech 64    Arkansas State 71, Tech 61 Contra Costa Times Classic (Berkeley, Cal.) 2004-05 (1-1/Second): Tech 63, Pepperdine 48 California 65, Tech 41 Converse Classic (Natchitoches, La.) 1984-85 (1-2):    Tech 88, Morgan State 66   Auburn 69, Tech 53    Louisiana State 84, Tech 63 Delta State Tip-Off Tournament (Cleveland, Miss.) 1977-78 (0-2/Fourth):    Delta State 85, Tech 60    Tennessee 65, Tech 60 FAU Thanksgiving Tournament (Boca Raton, Fla.) 2008-09 (0-2): Florida Atlantic 70, Tech 64 Georgia Tech 68, Tech 56 Holiday Ball Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 1995-96 (1-1/Third):    Purdue 94, Tech 50    Tech 74, UNLV 53 Hampton Inn/Fazoli’s Indiana Classic (Bloomington, Ind.) 1998-99 (1-1/Second): Tech 68, SW Louisiana 64 Indiana 89, Tech 75 Lady Blazer Invitational (Birmingham, Ala.) 1994-95 (1-1/Second):    Tech 85, Alcorn State 69    UAB 58, Tech 55 (OT) Lady Eagle Classic

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(Hattiesburg, Miss.) 1983-84 (0-2/Fourth):    NW Louisiana 81, Tech 76    So. Mississippi 89, Tech 88

Lady Moc Classic (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 1987-88 (1-1/Second):    Tech 60, UNC Charlotte 56    UT Chattanooga 82, Tech 65 Lady Pirate Classic (Greenville, N.C.) 1986-87 (1-1/Second):    Tech 75, Marist 48    East Carolina 70, Tech 66 Lady Tiger Classic (Memphis, Tenn.) 1985-86 (1-1/Second):    Tech 81, Marshall 64    Memphis State 77, Tech 63 Lady Vol Classic (Knoxville, Tenn.) 1977-78 (1-1/Second):    Tech 65, Old Dominion 61    Tennessee 80, Tech 64 Las Vegas Desert Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 1979-80 (2-0/First):    Tech 79, New Mexico 60    Tech 83, UNLV 60 1993-94 (0-2/Fourth): Colorado State 65, Tech 51 UNLV 79, Tech 61 2005-06 (1-1/Second): Tech 82, UT Chattanooga 67 UNLV 65, Tech 55 Marriott Converse Classic (Blacksburg, Va.) 1983-84 (2-1/Fifth):    Northwestern 77, Tech 74    Tech 76, Georgetown 72    Tech 75, Georgia Southern 65 Mid-America Classic (Columbus, Mo.) 1980-81 (1-1/Third):    Wayland Baptist 76, Tech 67    Tech 91, New Mexico 61 1985-86 (1-1/Third):    Idaho 87, Tech 84    Tech 80, UA-Birmingham 67 1987-88 (1-1/Second):    Tech 72, Georgia State 61    Missouri 88, Tech 75 Miss. U. for Women Christmas Tournament (Columbus, Miss.) 1974-75 (2-0/First):    Tech 94, UT Chattanooga 46    Tech 101, Miss. U. for Women 82 1975-76 (2-0/First):    Tech 97, Austin Peay 52    Tech 83, Tennessee 61 1976-77 (4-0/First):    Tech 79, Indiana 63

   Tech 86, Bellhaven 60    Tech 87, Miss. U. for Women 58    Tech 102, Stephen F. Austin 68 1977-78 (2-2/Fourth):    Tech 73, Kansas State 59    Tech 76, Central Missouri 57    Tennessee 79, Tech 64    Miss. U. for Women 73, Tech 72 1978-79 (1-2/Sixth):    Valdosta State 93, Tech 84    Tech 102, Miss. U. for Women 76    Mississippi 100, Tech 72 1979-80 (2-1/Second):    Tech 85, Bellhaven 73    Tech 71, Middle Tennessee 68 (OT)    Stephen F. Austin 89, Tech 71 Oakland Tribune Classic (Berkeley, Cal.) 1992-93 (0-2/Fourth): Florida State 88, Tech 72 Northwestern 72, Tech 58 1996-97 (0-2/Fourth): California 85, Tech 67 Cal-Irvine 78, Tech 67 Ohio State Lady Buckeye Classic (Columbus, Ohio) 1986-87 (1-1/Third):    North Carolina 89, Tech 63 Tech 81, West Virginia 59 Preseason WNIT 2011-12 (1-2) Tech 87, East Tennessee 76 UCLA 74, Tech 52 Long Island 62, Tech 60

University of Hawaii Paradise Classic (Honolulu, Hawai’i) 2007-08 (0-3/Fourth) Oregon State 78, Tech 55 Hawaii 60, Tech 57 Western Carolina 74, Tech 61 Pepperdine Malibu Classic (Malibu, Cal.) 1997-98 (1-1/Third):    Memphis 84, Tech 75    Tech 71, Portland State 62 2002-03 (1-1/Third): Toledo 71, Tech 61 Tech 78, Quinnipiac 68 2006-07 (0-2/Fourth) Pepperdine 91, Tech 62 Virginia Tech 87, Tech 52

Pepsi-Church’s Holiday Classic (Miami, Fla.) 1991-92 (1-2/6th):    Florida Int’l 90, Tech 88 (OT)    Tech 98, Cleveland State 76    Boston College 68, Tech 60 Rainbow Wahine Classic (Honolulu, Hawai’i) 1994-95 (1-2/Sixth):    North Carolina 79, Tech 52    Tech 79, New Mexico 66    Virginia 75, Tech 54 1999-2000 (1-2/Second): Hawaii 51, Tech 49 Tech 87, Arizona 71 Oklahoma 74, Tech 64 San Diego Classic (San Diego, Cal.) 1988-89 (1-1/Second):    Tech 71, Monmouth 36    San Diego State 78, Tech 56 So. Florida Christmas Invitational (Tampa, Fla.) 1982-83 (1-1/Fourth):    Tech 75, Tampa 57    Virginia 70, Tech 67 St. John’s Chartwells Holiday Classic (New York, NY) 2012-13 (0-2/4th) St. Johns 58, Tech 46 St. Mary’s 73, Tech 58 TAMCC Tournament (Corpus Christi, Texas) 2009-10 (1-1/Third) Alabama 73, Tech 68 Tech 81, Air Force 49 UNLV Lady Rebel Classic (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2001-02 (1-1):    Tech 78, Seton Hall 63 UNLV 88, Tech 67 Wolf Pack Thanksgiving Classic (Reno, Nev.) 1990-91 (2-1/Second):    Indiana State 74, Tech 71    Tech 71, Nicholls State 48    Tech 94, Nevada 62

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POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT RESULTS TTU has played in a post-season tournament 23 years, including 10 NCAA tournaments. NCAA Regionals 2000: (Mideast) Texas Tech 78, Tech 54 1999: (East) Old Dominion 74, Tech 48 1993: (Midwest) Old Dominion 77, Tech 60 1992: (Mideast) Alabama 100, Tech 87 1991: (Mideast) Southwest Mo. 94, Tech 64 1990: (Mideast) Tech 77, Richmond 59 Auburn 73, Tech 54 1989: (Midwest) Tech 77, South Carolina 73 Iowa 77, Tech 75 1987: (Mideast) Tech 78, So. Mississippi 66 Tennessee 95, Tech 59 1985: (West) Georgia 91, Tech 74 1982: (Midwest) Louisiana Tech 114, Tech 53 Women’s NIT 2011: Auburn 68, Tech 54 2006: Tech 56, Belmont 55 Western Kentucky 83, Tech 66 1986: (7th place) Northwestern La. 77, Tech 70 West Texas 78, Tech 65 Tech 79, Fresno State 76 1981: (6th place) Arizona State 85, Tech 76 Tech 81, Cincinnati 80 Pittsburgh 93, Tech 91 Women’s Basketball Invitational 2012: Bradley 74, Tech 71 AIAW Nationals 1978: Immaculata 84, Tech 73 Tech 70, Fresno State 67 Tech 68, Kansas State 58 So. Conn. 85, Tech 72 1976: William Penn 78, Tech 70 Tech 116, UW LaCrosse 48 Tech 89, Baylor 78 Tech 111, Mississippi 93 Tech 94, Montclair State 88 1975: Tech 91, Utah State 45 Delta State 88, Tech 66 William Penn 77, Tech 67 1974: Miss. College 65, Tech 63 Tech 53, Cal-Fullerton 40 Tech 63, Stephen F. Austin 43 Tech 72, Indiana 44 Wayland Baptist 56, Tech 50 1973: Tech 79, Cathedral 24 Tech 49, Washington State 48 Parson College 58, Tech 54

1972: Cal-Fullerton 65, Tech 56 Queens College 64, Tech 63 AIAW Regionals 1980: South Carolina State 68, Tech 62 1979: North Carolina State 89, Tech 72 1977: Tech 78, Memphis 63 Tech 61, North Carolina 58 Tech 72, Tennessee 59 1976: Tech 94, Western Carolina 81 Tech 97, Charleston 67 Tech 91, Eastern Kentucky 80 1975: Tech 84, East Carolina 57 Tech 84, Kentucky 68 Tech 73, Elon 63

Tech 73, Memphis 61 1974: Tech 67, William & Mary 35 Tech 59, Eastern Kentucky 53 Tech 62, Western Carolina 51 Tech 55, Winthrop 44 1973: Tech 75, Murray State 48 Tech 49, Winthrop 48 East Carolina 60, Tech 59 Tech 61, Tennessee 49 1972: Tech 65, Western Carolina 52 Tech 72, Murray State 44 Tech 58, Winthrop 45 UT Martin 62, Tech 56

Total games in national or regional tournaments ...................................69 Record in national or regional tournaments......................................... 38-31

Tech Records in NCAA Tournament Play Individual Records Field Goals Made:........................................................... 14, Cheryl Taylor vs. Tennessee, 1987 Field Goals Attempted:................................................. 30, Cheryl Taylor vs. Tennessee, 1987 Field Goal Percentage:...........80% (8-for-10), Melinda Clayton vs. South Carolina, 1989 Free Throws Made:.......................................................... 7, Melinda Clayton vs. Auburn, 1990 7, Angela Moorehead vs. Richmond, 1990 7, Mitzi Rice vs. Southwest Missouri, 1991 Free Throws Attempted:.............................................11, Melinda Clayton vs. Auburn, 1990 Free Throw Percentage:................................. 100% (6-for-6), Chris Moye vs. Georgia, 1985 Most Three-Pointers Made:.......................................... 3, Angela Moorehead vs. Iowa, 1989 3, Mitzi Rice vs. Auburn, 1990 3, Dana Bilyeu vs. Alabama, 1992 Points Scored:.................................................................. 34, Cheryl Taylor vs. Tennessee, 1987 Rebounds:.............................................................................. 23, Cheryl Taylor vs. Georgia, 1985 Assists:...................................................... 10, Shawn Monday vs. Southern Mississippi, 1987 10, Lisa Poe vs. Old Dominion, 1993 Steals:...........................................................4, Shawn Monday vs. Southern Mississippi, 1987 4, Angela Moorehead vs. Richmond, 1990 4, Cecilia Ramsey vs. Richmond, 1990 4, Cecilia Ramsey vs. Southwest Missouri, 1991 4, Roschelle Vaughn vs. Alabama, 1992 4, Rachael Gobble vs. Old Dominion, 1999 Blocked Shots:........................................ 5, Melinda Clayton vs. Southern Mississippi, 1987 Team Records Field Goals Made:................. 34 vs. South Carolina, 1989 34 vs. Alabama, 1992 Field Goals Attempted:.....................72 vs. Georgia, 1985 Field Goal Percentage:.............55.7% vs. Alabama, 1992 Free Throws Made:............................. 21 vs. Auburn, 1990 Free Throws Attempted:.................. 34 vs. Auburn, 1990 Free Throw Percentage:...................88.2% vs. Iowa, 1989 Most Three-Pointers Made:................5 vs. Auburn, 1990 5 vs. Old Dominion, 1993 Most Three-Pointers Attempted:.. 21 vs. Auburn, 1990 Points:...................................................87 vs. Alabama, 1992 Rebounds:.............................................51 vs. Georgia, 1985 Assists:.......................... 26 vs. Southern Mississippi, 1987

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T E C H H A L L O F FA M E 1975 Inductees Preston V. (Putty) Overall (1923-67) – Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball Creed Denton McClure (1937-39) – Football, Track B. Holmes Neal (1937-39) – Football Tom Fann (1950-52) – Football James Dearing Miller (1920-25) – Football

1985 Inductees Earl Carrier (1929-34) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Ray Carter (1970-73) – Rifle Homer Hamdorff (1936-39) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Charles (Chuck) Kriese (1970-72) – Tennis

1976 Inductees Malcolm P. Quillen (1930-33) – Baseball, Football Raymond H. (Bull) Brown (1933-37) – Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track Elwin W. (Wink) Midgett (1930-34) – Baseball, Basketball, Football Sidney McGee (1939-68) – Sports Information Emmett T. Strickland (1933-36) – Football, Baseball, Basketball

1986 Inductees Glen (Pete) Davis (1938-42) – Basketball, Football Elois Grooms (1972-75) – Football Mike Hennigan (1971-72) – Football Ron Shumate (1957-61) – Baseball, Basketball

1977 Inductees Hooper Eblen (1941-74) – Basketball, Baseball, Football, Track, Tennis, Golf Kenneth Sidwell (1955-56) – Basketball Joe B. Sills (1927-31) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Wilburn Tucker (1941-67) – Baseball, Football Eddie Watson (1922-28) – Football, Baseball, Basketball 1978 Inductees Benton Bilbrey (1940-43) – Track, Football, Baseball Huland Draper (1937-40) – Baseball, Basketball Jack Van Hooser (1951-54) – Football, Baseball Lonnie Warwick (1961-63) – Football Homer (Rudy) Schmittou (1959-62) – Football, Track 1979 Inductees Carl S. (Cotton) Barlow (1936-39) – Football, Baseball Tom Chilton (1956-57) – Track William Dupes (1949-51) – Football James S. Hagan (1957-60) – Basketball Flavious Smith (1948-52) – Football, Basketball 1980 Inductees Albert Jobe (1927-30) – Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track Jim Ragland (1960-63) – Football Marshall (Stick) Taylor (1953-56) – Football David C. Williamson (1927-33) – Football, Basketball Larry Schreiber (1966-69) – Football 1981 Inductees Frank R. Adams (1927-31) – Football Lowell Smith (1958-61) – Football James A. Carlen (1924-27) – Athletics 1982 Inductees David Baxter (1958-61) – Football Kenneth Broyles (1951-53) – Football Banis Norris (1931-35) – Basketball, Baseball Virgil Rains (1949, 1952-54) – Football Ray Thomas (1957-60) – Football 1983 Inductees Edward Gracey (1939-42) – Golf, Football, Track Gordon Mason (1957-61) – Football Charles Pangle (1943-45) – Football, Basketball, Baseball W. J. Shumaker (1957-59) – Football Jim Youngblood (1968-72) – Football 1984 Inductees Edward F. Etzel (1971-74) – Rifle William C. Francis (1949-52) – Football Don Cook (1948-51) – Baseball, Basketball Tommy Hackler (1959-60) – Football Edd Zegarski (1942, 1947-48) – Football, Track

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1987 Inductees R.L. Highers (1940-43) – Football, Baseball, Basketball Frank Jones (1972-76) – Basketball L.C. (Lusk) Stubblefield (1938-42) – Football, Baseball 1988 Inductees Everett Derryberry (1940-74) – Administration Herbie Merritt (1956-59) – Basketball Dana Winningham (1972-75) – Football Kenneth (Moe) Wright (1955-57) – Football 1989 Inductees Noble Cody (1952-90) – Athletics James M. Gaylor (1951, 1955-57) – Football, Baseball Gayle Burgess-Hastings (1975-76) – Basketball James G. (Red) Jarrell (1944, 46-49) – Football, Basketball 1990 Inductees L.D. (Speedy) Carden (1946-50) – Basketball, Football Pam Chambers-Compton (1976-80) – Basketball Bobby Nichols (1960-63) – Golf Johnny Oldham (1955-64) – Basketball 1991 Inductees Ray Drost (1958-64) – Football, Baseball Ron Filipek (1964-67) – Basketball Rod M. Fitz-Randolph (1976-80) – Rifle Joseph (J.R.) Mulvihill (1967-69) – Football 1992 Inductees Robert Aylward (1970-73) – Rifle Jerilynn Harper (1979-82) – Basketball Jim Harrison (1943-49) – Baseball, Football Marynell Meadors (1970-86) – Basketball, Volleyball 1993 Inductees Marc Burnett (1977-82) – Basketball Dr. William Headrick (1941-43) – Basketball, Baseball Pam Cassity Smith (1973-77) – Basketball Don Wade (1968-82) – Football 1994 Inductees Murray Cunningham (1973-76) – Football Don J. Henderson (1946-49) – Football, Baseball Ed Hooper (1940-1998) – Athletics Hubie Smith Jr. (1950-56) – Golf 1995 Inductees Ed Burns (1975-79) – Football Kurt Fitz-Randolph (1976-80) – Rifle Rodney Moore (1975-79) – Track 1996 Inductees Eldon Burgess (1962-96) and Gene Davidson (1962-98) – Broadcasting Wayne Pack (1970-73) – Basketball Kim Tunnell-Suiter (1982-85) – Volleyball Mike Winchester (1972-75) – Baseball

1997 Inductees Wayne Anderson (1977-80) – Football Donley Canary (1973-77) – Baseball Jim Newkirk (1980-89) – Rifle Cheryl Taylor (1983-87) – Basketball 1998 Inductees Juan Escudero (1986-88) – Tennis Bruce Harris (1955-57) – Basketball Bob Joye (1967-80) – Football Derek Lane (1984-87) – Baseball 1999 Inductees Jim Cornelius (1985-88) – Golf Johnny Donnelly (1989-98) – Supporter Melinda Clayton Hatfield (1986-90) – Basketball Elaine Proffitt Keagle (1978-82) – Rifle 2000 Inductees Bill Branch (1949-52) – Football, Baseball C. Stephen Lynn (1966-69) – Tennis Melanie Marshall (1986-89) – Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, Golf John D. Wall (1950-53) – Track Lana Ward (1987-90) – Rifle 2001 Inductees Matt Bulow (1987-90) – Tennis, Paralympics Angela Moorehead (1988-91) – Basketball Matt Stark (1977-80) – Rifle 2002 Inductees John Fitzpatrick (1969-72) – Football Todd Kemp (1985-88) – Baseball Roschelle Vaughn (1990-92) – Basketball 2003 Inductees Becky Murray Isom (1982-85) – Volleyball Stephen Kite, Sr. (1982-86) – Basketball Steve Moore(1968-83) – Athletics Trainer Raymond Slonena, Sr. (1980-84) – Rifle Barry Wilmore (1982-85) – Football 2004 Inductees Anthony Avery (1986-90) – Basketball Beth Keylon (1992-94) – Softball Andrea Roark (1990-93) – Softball Delores Wheatley (1969-2004) – Academics 2005 Inductees Leonard “Sonny” Allen (1951-54) – Football Scott Baerns (1985-88) – Baseball David Mays (1974-98) – Baseball Coach 2006 Inductees Shawn Monday Smith (1986-90) – Basketball Cecilia Ramsey Fisher (1988-91) – Basketball Angelo Volpe (1987-2000) – President Melanie Gray Walker (1991-95) – Golf Bill Worrell (1981-2006) – Basketball Coach 2007 Inductees Dr. Thurston Banks (1973-2006) – Administrator Stacy Hughes Britt (19866-89) – Softball Dr. David Larimore (1976-2006) – Administrator Eddie Scott (1951-54) – Football, Track Ryan Weeks (1986-89) – Football 2008 Inductees Chris Hedman (1986-90) – Tennis Mark Maberry (1994-97) – Baseball John “Shakey” McClellan (1964-2007) – Supporter Rachel Melchiorre (1994-97) – Volleyball Tom Pack (1996-99) – Golf 2009 Inductees Dena Adams Fairley (1995-98) – Track, Cross Country Jim Bishop (1967-71) – Football, Baseball John Moorhead (1955-59) – Football, Track Tony Stone (1955-59/67-73) – Football/Coach Branon Vaughn (1995-99) – Football

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2010 Inductees Steve Hawkins (1984-87) – Baseball Diane Seng Haynes (1996-2000) – Basketball, Volleyball, Track Brandy Henry Kleeman (1999-2000) – Softball Gene Palmer (1956-60) – Cross Country, Track 2011 Inductees Ralph Broyles (1959-60) – Football Chad Evitts (1997-2000) – Football Angie Duncan Hyche (1983-87) – Volleyball James “Redbone” McMillan (1958-61) – Football Esra Bayburt Roan (1994-98) – Tennis 2012 Inductees Kenneth Fults (1958-61) – Football Janet Holt Baker (1998-02) – Basketball Randy Smith (1988-06) – Administrator, Coach Grant Swallows (1998-02) – Football, Baseball 2013 Inductees Kylie Crouch (1997-01) – Golf Stephanie Dallmann (2000-03) – Softball Wes Gallagher (1996-99) – Football Lupita Hernandez York (2000-03) – Tennis Damien Kinloch (2001-03) – Basketball A period of 10 years must pass after they complete their eligibility before athletes can be nominated for the Tech Sports Hall of Fame. Nominations are due each year by June 30.

Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Raymond Brown.....................1933-1937 Hooper Eblen..........................1941-1974 Tom Fann................................1950-1952 P.V. Overall..............................1923-1967 Emmett Strickland..................1933-1936 Wilburn Tucker........................1941-1967 Star Wood...............................1950-1951 Jim Youngblood......................1968-1972 Bill Dupes................................1954-1962 Watson Brown.................................2006-

OVC Hall of Fame Dr. Thurston Banks..................1974-2006 Raymond Brown.....................1933-1937 Dr. Everett Derryberry.............1943-1974 Hooper Eblen..........................1941-1974 David Larimore........................1977-2004 David Mays..............................1974-1999 Marynell Meadors...................1970-1986 Bobby Nichols.........................1960-2008 Johnny Oldham.......................1955-1964 P.V. Overall..............................1923-1967 Malcolm Quillen......................1930-1933 Dr. Arliss Roaden.....................1974-1985 Wilburn Tucker........................1941-1967 Angelo Volpe...........................1987-2000 Don Wade...............................1966-1982 Bill Worrell..............................1980-2006

College Football Hall of Fame Jim Youngblood......................1968-1972


TECH INDIVIDUAL HONORS

Kellie Cook

Tristan Archer

Woman of the Year

Man of the Year

1991 - Dana Scott (Basketball) 1992 - Cecilia Ramsey (Basketball) 1993 - Bonnie Zoss (Volleyball/Track/BB) 1994 - Beth Keylon (Softball) 1995 - Taunya Lovelace (Basketball) 1996 - Merrie Robin Caldwell (CC/Track) 1997 - Dena Adams (Track/CC) 1998 - Rachel Melchiorre (Volleyball) 1999 - Amber Clark (Basketball) 2000 - Diane Seng (Basketball/Volleyball) and Collin Carmichael (Basketball) 2001 - Rachael Gobble (Basketball) and Adrienne Fortmann (Softball) 2002- Janet Holt (Basketball) 2003 - LeeAnne Mongar (Softball) 2004 - Alexis Boyd (Soccer) and Andrea Brown (Basketball) 2005 - Laura Sidorowicz (Volleyball) 2006 - Anne Morrow (Volleyball) 2007 - Kayla Garrison (Golf) 2008 - Beth Boden (Softball) 2009 - Kappy Lang (Volleyball) 2010 - Teresa Craig (Volleyball) 2011 - Brooke Mayo (Soccer) 2012 - Lindsey Reed (Soccer) 2013 - Kellie Cook (Basketball)

1993 - Ben Holt (Baseball) 1994 - Mike Kinney (Baseball) 1995 - Willie Queen (Football) 1996 - Gerald Bentley (Football) 1997 - Robert Taylor (Football) 1998 - Jeff Norman (Football) 1999 - T.J. Christian (Football) 2000 - Wes Gallagher (Football) 2001 - Larrie Smith (Basketball) 2002- Grant Swallows (Football) 2003 - Brent Jolly (Basketball) 2004 - Luis Aquerrevere (Tennis) 2005 - Brett Vavra (Football) 2006 - David McMahan (Football) 2007 - Anthony Ash (Football) 2008 - Thomas Nelson (Baseball) 2009 - Bradley Thompson (Football) 2010 - Josh Simer (Golf) 2011 - Kelechi Ordu (Football) 2012 - Corey Watson (Football) 2013 - Tristan Archer (Baseball)

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Syrym Abdukhalikov

Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year

Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year

1994 - Beth Keylon (Softball) 1995 - Taunya Lovelace (Basketball) 1996 - Stacy Hughes (Softball) 1997 - Diane Seng (Basketball) 1998 - Diane Seng (Basketbal/VB/Track) 1999 - Diane Seng (Basketball/Volleyball) 2000 - Diane Seng (Basketball/Volleyball) 2001 - Janet Holt (Basketball) 2002 - Janet Holt (Basketball) and Lupita Hernandez (Tennis) 2003 - Stephanie Dallmann (Softball) 2004 - Lori Bayless (Softball) 2005 - Emily Christian (Basketball) 2006 - Bonnie Bynum (Softball) and Emily Christian (Basketball) 2007 - Bonnie Bynum (Softball) and Beth Boden (Softball) 2008 - Stephanie Fischer (Softball) 2009 - Stephanie Place (CC and Track) 2010 - Tacarra Hayes (Basketball) 2011 - Tacarra Hayes (Basketball) and Leah Meffert (Volleyball) 2012 - Tacarra Hayes (Basketball) 2013 - Diamond Henderson (Basketball)

1994 - Mike Jones (Football) 1995 - Greg Bibb (Basketball) 1996 - Michael Penix (Football) 1997 - Mark Maberry (Baseball) 1998 - Andre Caballero (Football) 1999 - Branon Vaughn (Football) 2000 - Branon Vaughn (Football) 2001 - Chad Evitts (Football) 2002 - Grant Swallows (Football) 2003 - Casey Benjamin (Baseball) 2004 - Willie Jenkins (Basketball) 2005 - Willie Jenkins (Basketball) and Frank Omiyale (Football) 2006 - Scott Stallings (Golf) 2007 - Scott Stallings (Golf) 2008 - Larry Shipp (Football) 2009 - A.J. Kirby-Jones (Baseball) 2010 - A.J. Kirby-Jones (Baseball) and Chad Oberacker (Baseball) 2011 - Zac Swansey (Basketball) 2012 - Tim Benford (Football) 2013 - Syrym Abdukhalikov (Tennis)

An Honored StaffTech Athletics staff members have won many honors and awards since 1986 Tory Acheson - Softball OVC Coach of the Year - 2003, 2006 John Blair - Women’s Volleyball OVC Coach of the Year - 2008 Matt Bragga - Baseball TBCA Coach of the Year - 2009 OVC Coach of the Year - 2010, 2013 Bill Branch - Women’s Golf OVC Coach of the Year - 1994 Watson Brown - Football OVC Coach of the Year - 2011 Kenny Doyle - Tennis OVC Coach of theYear - 2012, 2013 Jennie Gilbert - Volleyball OVC Coach of the Year - 1997 David Green - Athletic Trainer TATS Trainer of the Year - 1994 Frank Harrell - Men’s Basketball TSWA Coach of the Year - 1991

Bobby Holloway - Softball OVC Coach of the Year - 1994 Tom Kelly - Rifle OVC Coach of the Year - 2001 Jeff Lebo - Men’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 2000, 2001, 2002 Barry Lewis - Men’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 2008 David Mays - Baseball OVC Coach of the Year -1993, 1995, 1997 Sytia Messer - Women’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year, 2011 George Moody - Rifle OVC Coach of the Year - 2002, 2003 Bobby Nichols - Men’s Golf OVC Coach of the Year - 1990, 2005 Bobby Nichols - Women’s Golf OVC Coach of the Year - 2000, 2001 Steve Payne - Men’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 2006

Jim Ragland - Football OVC Coach of the Year - 1992, 1993 Rob Schabert - Sports Information TTU Outstanding Professional - 2004 Qasim Sheikh - Women’s Soccer OVC Coach of the Year - 1998 Randy Smith - Men’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 1991, 1992, 1999, 2006 Randy Smith - Women’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 1999 Mike Sutton - Men’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 2005 BWAA Most Courageous, 2006 NSC Kaia Jergenson Courage Award, 2006 Bill Worrell - Women’s Basketball OVC Coach of the Year - 1987, 1990, 1992, 2000 Bill Worrell - Men’s Tennis OVC Coach of the Year - 1986

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ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE CENTER The new Athletic Performance Center provides Tennessee Tech student-athletes with an indoor practice facility to use year-round, giving them the opportunity to work on every aspect of their game 12 months a year.

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION DR. PHILIP OLDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT • FREED-HARDEMAN • 1980 DR. PHILIP B. OLDHAM, who joined the university July 1, 2012, as its ninth president, is a former collegiate tennis player who understands the demands on student athletes and who values how college athletics enhance the university and surrounding community. President Oldham previously served as provost and senior vice chancellor of academic affairs at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, a position he had held since 2007. He received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Freed-Hardeman University in 1980 and his doctorate in analytical chemistry from Texas A&M University in 1985. He spent a year following his graduate work as a Wellcome Research Fellow at Burroughs Wellcome Co. (Glaxo Smith-Kline) before joining the faculty at Mississippi State University in 1986. Oldham served as head of Mississippi State University’s chemistry department for five years prior to becoming MSU’s College of Arts and Sciences dean in 2001. During his five years as provost at UTC, enrollment grew 28 percent to more than 11,400 students. He led efforts to improve student retention and graduation rates resulting in a 15 percent increase in freshmen retention in just three years. Under his leadership, UTC established the Center for Advisement and Student Success, created the Math Plaza and initiated UTeaChattanooga to educate future teachers. He oversaw the addition of doctoral programs in advanced nursing practice and occupational therapy as well as the redesign of summer school. Under his guidance, the university raised significant private support, received board approval to create the University Honors College and launched a creative new “Degree in 3” program designed to accelerate degree completion at reduced student costs. Oldham has served on statewide task forces to develop the new higher education funding formula for Tennessee and to create universal transfer pathways to provide seamless student transfers across all Tennessee public colleges and universities. Along with his administrative accomplishments, Oldham has authored more than 35 peer reviewed research articles in analytical chemistry, along with two patents and approximately 100 conference presentations. His research has been financially supported by the National Science Foundation, American Chemical Society, U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Geological Survey and private industry. He has served on a number of scholarly editorial boards and as a peer reviewer for both the NSF and National Institutes of Health. Oldham and his wife, Kari, are proud of their family, which includes three sons (Clay, Paden and Sam), a daughter (Audrey) and a daughter-in-law (Rebecca).

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T E C H AT H L E T I C S S TA F F HEAD COACHES

Bonnie Bynum Softball

Tony Cox Cross Country/Track

Polk Brown Men’s/Women’s Golf

Matt Bragga Baseball

Jim Davis Women’s Basketball

Kenny Doyle Men’s Tennis

Kim Meredith

Watson Brown Football

Steve Payne Men’s Basketball

Robin Burroughs

Dave Zelenock Volleyball

Matt Hewett

Scott Schweitzer

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Adam Urbano

MARKETING & SALES

Justin Hilliard

COMPLIANCE

SPORTS INFORMATION / GOLDEN EAGLE SPORTS NETWORK

Mike Lehman

Ashlee Kiser

Katie Tallant

Marilyn Borch-Jensen

Mary Gray Johnson

Andrew Neff

FACILITIES

Tyler Birdwell

David Carter

Mark Wilson Tennessee Tech University Director of Athletics

ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

TICKET OFFICE

Sandy Zimmerman

ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION

Virginia Lewis

Bobby Long

Jocelyn VerVelde

Casey Scarlett

Dylan Vazzano

Matt Wagner

CLERICAL STAFF

Matt Dexter

Patrena Hicks

Leveda Birdwell Kevin Bostian Corporate Sales & Associate A.D. Marketing Development

Frank Harrell Associate Athletics Director

Joe Erdeljac Director of Sports Medicine

Dr. Lance Jasitt Tammie McMillan Assistant A.D. Assistant A.D. Academics Business

Dr. Jeff Roberts Rob Schabert Mandy Thatcher Faculty Athletics Assistant A.D. Compliance & Special Representative Sports Information Events

Kim Nash

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION MARK WILSON DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS • MAINE • 1991 Tennessee Tech’s MARK WILSON was named in June as one of four winners of the Athletic Director of the Year Award for the Football Championship Subdivision, an honor that is selected and presented by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). “I am humbled that Tennessee Tech’s faculty athletic representative, Dr. Jeff Roberts, nominated me, and I’m honored to be selected by my peers at NACDA for this award,” Wilson said. “I love working hard for our student-athletes and community so they have pride in everything Tennessee Tech Athletics.” TTU President Philip Oldham recognized the efforts that led to Wilson’s selection. “Mark Wilson’s accomplishments and leadership have earned him this award and the respect of his peers and colleagues,” Oldham said. “Most importantly, Mark measures his own successes by how well TTU student-athletes perform in the classroom and on the field. His expectations and vision for our athletic programs continue to represent the university well.” Upon his arrival at Tennessee Tech in 2004, Wilson embarked on an ambitious enhancement program to improve every facet of intercollegiate athletics at Tennessee Tech. Tennessee Tech’s annual team GPA improved from a 2.79 in 2003-04 to 3.16 in spring semester 2013, including an all-time high semester of 3.2 in the spring of 2010. Private fundraising has enhanced facilities for TTU student-athletes, highlighted by the construction of a 25,000 square-foot Athletic Performance Center and state-of-the-art basketball offices. He initiated a new branding and standard graphic identity program for regional and national recognition of TTU athletics and under his leadership, TTU’s teams have been highly active supporting community outreach programs such as Habitat for Humanity and Mustard Seed Ranch (a local home for disadvantaged youth). Wilson’s hiring decisions have also paid off. Twenty-two Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) regular season and tournament championships have been won, along with the 2012 OVC Sportsmanship Award. The 2011 football team under Watson Brown won its first conference championship since 1975. Sytia Messer’s (TTU’s first female African-American head coach) and Jim Davis’ women’s basketball teams have won two OVC championships in the last three seasons. The tennis team, under the direction of two-time OVC Coach of the Year Kenny Doyle, has gone unbeaten in OVC play while winning the regular season championship each of the past two years. Wilson, 44, has served as chair of the OVC Board of Director of Athletics and represented the OVC on the NCAA Leadership Council. Wilson currently serves on the FCS ADA Executive Committee and the NCAA Division I Football Championship Committee and Football Issues Committee. Wilson’s first nine years as Director of Athletics at TTU have showcased his vision, energy, and enthusiasm for providing outstanding experiences for Tech’s studentathletes and fans. In addition to major improvements in Tennessee Tech’s athletics facilities, high graduation and APR rates by Golden Eagle student-athletes, and outstanding academic success, Wilson has also cultivated excellent relationships with the campus, community and alumni. In short, Wilson has facilitated growth and excellence in all areas of TTU Athletics. Another step achieved under Wilson’s direction has been increased fund raising and development efforts with the goal of providing the necessary facilities and resources for Tech’s student-athletes, coaches and staff. Wilson also developed a strategic plan for Tech’s athletic facilities and has already seen some of those plans become reality. During the past six years Tech has completed several construction and renovation projects to athletic facilities, including a spectacular, new Athletic Performance Center on the western edge of campus, a spacious, new basketball office complex in Eblen Center, a new natural grass practice field, installation of new turf in Tucker Stadium, renovating the running track, renovating the football offices, meeting rooms and locker rooms, and new lights at Tucker Stadium. Additional building plans call for a new student-athlete center and an on-campus tennis center.

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION All of those accomplishments have come while the department has continued to stay focused on compliance with all NCAA rules and regulations. The most recent NCAA announcements show that all 14 of Tech’s athletic programs are comfortably above the benchmark for compliance in the Athletic Progress Rate (APR). Just as important are the relationships that Wilson has developed and nurtured, including the CookevillePutnam County Chamber of Commerce, the student body, the campus community and the region at-large. His leadership has been instrumental in the overwhelming success in the community’s host role at Tucker Stadium for the annual Blue Cross Bowl for the TSSAA high school state championship football games. Tech has also seen growth in regional and national media exposure for its student-athletes and coaches while his hands-on approach to marketing and branding Golden Eagle Athletics has earned increased opportunities and involvement for fans and sponsors. Some of the ideas he has implemented include the Purple Pride Caravans, a new athletics logo and branding marks that have gained nationwide recognition, and an updated and modern ticketing system. Under Wilson’s direction, Tech has introduced an enhanced digital video presence for athletics, including free live web streaming productions and a variety of additional video programs, interviews and features that give fans, alumni and supporters greater access to Golden Eagle teams, student-athletes, coaches and staff. Wilson was named Director of Athletics on July 1, 2004. He came to Tennessee Tech from a position of Associate Athletic Director at Ohio University. Prior to that, he served as the Director of Athletic Marketing for the University of Massachusetts, worked as a graduate assistant in the UMass athletic department and interned with the Northwestern University ticketing and marketing departments. Wilson received his bachelor’s degree in 1991 from the University of Maine in physical education and health, and earned his master’s in sports management from the University of Massachusetts in 1994. Mark has two daughters, Katey (18) and Meaghan (13).

KIM NASH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE / ATHLETICS DIRECTOR KIM NASH came to the Tech Athletics Department in 2004 from across campus in Photo Services, and currently is in a position as Administrative Associate to the Athletics Director. In her role, in addition to providing assistance to Director of Athletics Mark Wilson, she also handles numerous other tasks including all departmental travel, game contracts and additional financial responsibilities. A native of nearby Baxter, Tenn., she attended Upperman High School before enrolling at Tennessee Tech to study education and business. In 1996, she took a position in Photo Services, a post she held until joining Athletics. Among her job responsibilities are working at most athletics events in a variety of roles, including home football and basketball games and the Bobby Nichols Scramble. She also coordinates several special events for the A.D., and prepares the Athletics Annual Report. Besides time spent on the job, Kim also puts in numerous hours as a volunteer for several community activities, and served previously on the Board of Directors for the Putnam County Clearinghouse. She also volunteers regularly in the nursery at Nash Grove Baptist Church. Kim and her husband, Perry, have been married 32 years and have two grown children, Emily and Daniel. They are the proud grandparents of four -- Jordan, Caleb, Allie Grace and Lily.

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GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL ROB SCHABERT ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR SPORTS INFORMATION & BROADCASTING • ST. CLOUD STATE • 1977 Now in his 31st year on the Tennessee Tech athletics staff, ROB SCHABERT is assistant athletics director for sports information and broadcasting. He joined the Tech staff on Sept. 8, 1982, and has been going full-speed ever since, working not only in publicizing Tech’s student-athletes and staff but also in promotions and marketing for the athletics department. In September 2008 he was inducted into the Hall of Distinction at Minnesota State University (Mankato). An active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), he has attended the organization’s annual workshop in 31 of his 37 years in the profession. He has served on numerous CoSIDA committees, including Ethics, Academic All-America and Writing, and he currently serves on the Olympic Liaison Committee. In 2004, he was voted winner of the university’s Outstanding Professional Award, and in July 2005 was promoted to his current title. Schabert has won dozens of national publications and writing awards, including “Best in the Nation” from USA Volleyball for his annual media guide six times. In addition to award-winning publications, he has kept pace with the fast-changing world of the sports information profession, moving Tech smoothly into the digital age and the exploding world of social media. Schabert, 57, has established several programs within the department. He created the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in 1987 and initiated the President’s Awards program in 1991. He also established the Woman of the Year/Man of the Year awards along with the Outstanding Male and Female Athlete awards. He is active in the TTU Sports Hall of Fame selection process and serves as the emcee of the annual Hall of Fame Dinner. Schabert has promoted the selection of numerous Tech Academic All-Americans and is extremely active in promoting both the academic and athletic accomplishments of Tech’s student-athletes. Another wing of his operation is the day-to-day production and operations of the vast Tech athletics web site, TTUsports.com. Rob and his staff also serve as the hosts to all media attending athletics events on campus. Over the past several years, many of the interns who have worked for Schabert have moved into full-time positions in the Sports Information profession at a wide variety of colleges and universities, including Appalachian State, UAB, Xavier, Idaho, Florida Atlantic, Texas State and the University of New Mexico. A Minnesota native who learned the trade under the guidance of his father, Bob (a long-time Minnesota Sportswriter), Rob earned his bachelor’s degree in mass communications from St. Cloud (Minn.) State University in 1977, spent one year in the Minnesota Twins public relations office, and was SID for five years at Mankato State University. He was a charter member of the St. Cloud chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, the Society of Professional Journalists. In 2002, Rob was a volunteer with the Salt Lake Olympic Committee as a member of the Press Operations staff. Rob and his wife, Joan, have two grown children who are also in the public relation business -Matt (Morehead State sports information) and Kristen (U.S. Army public affairs). They also have one grandson, Jacob.

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GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL MIKE LEHMAN SPORTS INFORMATION COORDINATOR NORTHERN ILLINOIS • 2012 MIKE LEHMAN, 23, will stay on the Tennessee Tech sports information staff for a second year in 2013-14, having handled his duties in outstanding fashion during his first year internship with the Golden Eagles that began Aug. 1, 2012. A Northern Illinois University graduate, Lehman joined the Golden Eagle staff following two years as a student worker for the NIU office. He is from East Dundee, Ill., in the Chicago area. Lehman will serve as the primary contact for the Golden Eagle men’s basketball and baseball teams, as well as the golf and tennis teams, and work closely with coverage for many of the other Tech teams. He will hold duties as both the secondary contact for football as well as head Tech’s StatCrew operations. Lehman is also heavily involved in providing daily updates on the website, producing department publications and a variety of social media projects. His role in Tech’s expanding video and webstreaming operation will also grow in his second year. While at Northern Illinois, Lehman spent two years with the Huskies’ sports information office and held several responsibilities over that time. He earned expanded duties in his second year, including leading the statistics crew for basketball and assisting with volleyball. He was also the secondary contact for women’s tennis and was chosen to design the 2012 MAC Women’s Tennis Championship program. During his time with the Huskies, NIU was honored as a 2011 “Super 11” sport information department by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), which recognizes the best 11 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) departments in the nation during the season. Lehman also worked three MAC Championship events during his time at NIU, including Track & Field, Gymnastics, and Women’s Tennis.

DYLAN VAZZANO SPORTS INFORMATION COORDINATOR SYRACUSE • 2010 DYLAN VAZZANO, a graduate of Syracuse University and native of Los Angeles, joined the Sports Information staff at Tennessee Tech University in mid-August, 2013, as a Sports Information Coordinator. Vazzano comes to Tech after spending the last two years as Sports Information Director and lead play-by-play broadcaster at Menlo College. Vazzano, 24, will handle a variety of duties for Golden Eagle Athletics, including broadcasting the audio portion of webstreams for soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball games on the OVC Digital Network. He will serve as sidelines reporter during football broadcasts on the Golden Eagle Sports Network, and provide play-by-play for selected basketball games. In addition, he will serve as the primary contact for the TTU soccer and softball teams. While at Menlo, Vazzano controlled all communications and media relations aspects for the department’s 14 sports. As a broadcaster, he provided play-by-play for nine sports and served as the “voice” of eight different regional and national tournaments. Vazzano has also spent the last four summers as lead play-by-play broadcaster for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the Cape Cod Baseball League, the top summer collegiate baseball league in the country. This past summer, he broadcast the Cape League All-Star Game on National Public Radio and provided color commentary for the Cape’s “Sunday Night Baseball” on WEEI 96.3 FM, flagship station of the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, and New England Patriots. Vazzano also served as the first ever host of Hyannis’ postgame studio show, “Hawk Talk,.” Vazzano graduated Syracuse University in 2010, earning a degree in Writing and Rhetoric.

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GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL JOCELYN VERVELDE SPORTS INFORMATION COORDINATOR CENTRAL MICHIGAN • 2013 JOCELYN VERVELDE, a graduate of Central Michigan University and native of Oostburg, Wis., joined the Sports Information staff at Tennessee Tech University as a Sports Information Coordinator in July. VerVelde majored in sports studies at CMU and minored in journalism. VerVelde, 23, is the primary contact for the Tech volleyball, women’s basketball, and track & field teams, and will work with all 14 Golden Eagle programs. She also provides daily updates on TTUsports.com, provides content and updates for Tech’s social media including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, contributes to “unlimited” magazine, and provides photography and video support. A 2008 graduate of Sheboygan (Wis.) County Christian High School where she was a standout player in volleyball, basketball and soccer, she began her collegiate career at North Dakota State as a member of the volleyball team. After two years, including a medical redshirt season, she transfered to Central Michigan where she played her final three seasons for the Chippewas. During her final year at CMU, she worked as a student assistant in the sports information office, and was the primary contact for the men’s and women’s track & field teams. She worked with the athletics website, did writing, statistics and research, provided Twitter and Facebook updates, and was on the gameday staff for football and men’s and women’s basketball. As a player at CMU, she served as team captain of the 2011 Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship team, which earned the program’s first NCAA tournament bid.

MATT WAGNER VIDEO PRODUCTION COORDINATOR WESTERN KENTUCKY • 2011 MATT WAGNER, 23, heads into his second year on the Tennesse Tech Sports Information staff. His first year he served in an internship position within the department that began July 20, 2012. He played a key role in the department’s expanding video production area during his first year, incuding serving as the director for The Watson Brown Show as well as for all of Tech’s live webstreaming projects. In 2013-14, his role will continue to be vital to the success of Tech’s Sports Information efforts, including video and webstreaming, as well as serving as the department’s primary graphics designer. Wagner will oversee an effort at expanding the video presence on TTUsports.com and the TTU Athletics YouTube channel. He will work in designing sports programming, promos and creative pieces for Tech athletics, as well as production of all Golden Eagle Athletics video and audio content for the OVC Digital Network, TTUsports.com and social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. Wagner will also assist in the overall promotion of all 14 Golden Eagle teams. Wagner graduated from WKU in 2011 with Summa Cum Laude honors and Bachelor of Arts degree in Television and Film production, with a minor in English. A Danville, Ky. resident, Wagner has worked on film sets, television sets, and sports productions ranging from Lexington, Ky. to Los Angeles.

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FOLLOWING TECH WELCOME to GOLDEN EAGLE BASKETBALL

The Sports Information staff provides information about the student-athletes and staff of Tennessee Tech’s 14 intercollegiate teams. The staff works hard to make following the Golden Eagles as easy as possible for media and fans, including daily updates on TTUsports.com, game notes, e-mail newsletter, Facebook and Twitter updates, and this media guide. The information in this guide was accurate as of Nov. 1. We encourage you to check TTUsports.com to keep up with the Golden Eagles throughout the season. As always, if there is something else you need, please ask us!

During the Week

Covering Tech on Game Day

WEEKLY LUNCHEON: Coach Steve Payne speaks each Tuesday at the Basketball Sidelines Lunch in the Eagles Nest of Eblen Center. Please contact the sports information office if you would like to attend. No media filming will be allowed, but interviews can be arranged at the conclusion of the event.

MEDIA PASSES: Press credentials for working media and photographers covering Tennessee Tech’s home basketball games will be handled by the sports information office.

PRACTICES: As a general rule, Tech practices are open to the media. Select practices are open to the non-media public. Please notify the Tech sports information office if you plan to attend practices. Television stations and photographers may shoot the 30 minutes of practice only. No post-practice interviews will be allowed without prior approval. INTERVIEWS WITH COACH PAYNE: Interviews with coach Steve Payne or his staff can be arranged by contacting the sports information office. PLAYER INTERVIEWS: All player interviews must be arranged through the sports information office. This policy allows us to arrange a time that will not interfere with a student-athlete's academic schedule, which has top priority. No interviews will be granted in the day prior to any game. Please note: No player's phone number will be given out. GAME NOTES: Tennessee Tech's sports information office prepares and distributes game notes prior to each contest, including statistics, records and game information. The weekly game notes are available in PDF format on the Tech web site. WEEKLY OVC TELECONFERENCE: Media are invited to call in on selected dates throughout the season for the OVC Coaches Teleconference. Tech’s Steve Payne will be the seventh coach on the conference call and will field questions at 10:35 a.m. For call-in information, please contact the Tech sports information office or the OVC office.

Tennessee Tech follows the guidelines set forth by the NCAA governing the issuance of credentials. Press table credentials will be issued to accredited sports writers of daily and weekly newspapers. Similarly, photo and floor passes will be issued only to accredited members of the photo media working for newspapers, magazine and television stations. All press requests should be made to the TTU sports information office AT LEAST TWO DAYS prior to gameday and will be carefully screened to ensure a professional working atmosphere. Seats will be assigned first to members of the media who cover Tech on a regular basis and to opponents’ media. PRESS TABLE SERVICES: The Tennessee Tech press table is equipped with wireless Internet. A member of the sports information staff will be available to answer questions and offer assistance. TTU uses “The Automated Scorebook” for computerized statistics. Working media will receive a complete play-byplay, final team and individual statistics, and quickie stats at the end of each quarter and updated game notes. PARKING SPACE: Media parking is located in the Talon Lot, located across McGee Boulevard from Eblen Center. Parking passes should be requested with media passes. BROADCAST: Radio phone lines are reserved for Cookeville Communications radio and the officially designated visiting radio station. POST-GAME ACCESS: The Tech locker room will not be open after the game, but players and coaches will be available to meet with media upon request. Complete game stats and play-by-play will be available approximately 15 minutes after the contest. Visiting teams will handle their own post-game access to coaches and players. Please check with the visiting sports information representative.

Sports Information Sports Information Suite located on upper level of Eblen Center (Rooms 442-446) Mike Lehman: Men’s Basketball Contact (931) 372-6139 mlehman@tntech.edu Rob Schabert: Assistant Athletic Director (931) 372-3088 Dylan Vazzano: Sports Information Coordinator (931) 372-3293 Jocelyn VerVelde: Sports Information Coordinator (931) 372-3293 Matt Wagner: Video Production Coordinator (931) 372-3293 Press Row Phones: (931) 372-6077, (931) 372-6078 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5057 TTU, Cookeville, TN 38505 Overnight Address: 1100 McGee Blvd Email: sportsinfo@tntech.edu

Driving directions to Eblen Center From points east and west on I-40: Take Willow Avenue exit (exit 286); turn north onto Willow Avenue and proceed three miles; the campus and Eblen Center will be on your right. From points north and south on SR 42/111: Exit at Cookeville/Algood exit and turn west onto 10th street; proceed three miles to Washington Avenue, and turn right; proceed 2/10 mile to 12th Street and turn left; after 1/2 mile, the campus and the arena will be on your left. Media Parking: Unless other arrangements are made with the sports information office, all media parking is across McGee Blvd. from the Eblen Center, in between the arena and stadium.

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FOLLOWING TECH Golden Eagle Sports Network

Roger Ealey

Rob Schabert

Dylan Vazzano

Tennessee Tech basketball fans can listen to the action throughout most of the middle part of Tennessee and into Kentucky on Fox Sports Radio 106.1 The Eagle in Cookeville, and worldwide via the internet (see below). Veteran radio personality Roger Ealey returns for his 21st year as the Voice of the Golden Eagles for most of the games. Two other familiar voices, Rob Schabert and Dylan Vazzano, will also call several games when travel schedules overlap. Also serving as a back-up to radio broadcasts will be associate athletic director for development, Kevin Bostian, and Tim Scruggs of WCTE TV.

WCTE TV

OVC Digital Network

Dick and Donna Castle and their small TV crew began televising Tennessee Tech games on Cookeville’s upstart PBS station in 1980, and the station has been there covering the Golden Eagles ever since. The faces and voices have changed throughout the years, but one thing has remained constant — this year basketball fans in the Upper Cumberland will enjoy live telecasts of Golden Eagle games once again. The station continues the tradition under the direction of station General Manager Becky Magura and Producer Rick Wells.

Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 13 Feb. 15

WCTE 2013-14 Television Schedule vs. Tennessee State vs. Belmont* Eastern Kentucky Morehead State*

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Watch for information about the all-new OVC Digital Network, which will provide free web streaming of all OVC football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball games, plus other featured content. In conjunction with member schools, the OVC provides the online destination for exclusive LIVE streaming video and audio straight to your computer. This broadband video channel is the ultimate place for fans of OVC member schools on the web. The OVC Digital Network is powered by OVCsports.com, the Official Site of the Ohio Valley Conference.

* — doubleader along with women’s game

Fun Is Good

MEET MY PET

Golden Eagles introduce us to their pets

DISNEY HEROES Favorite Disney characters

WALLY STURGESS!

The fascinating story of an organ legend

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DIVING RIGHT IN First-year volleyball head coach Dave Zelenock has jumped right into his new role with the Golden Eagles

Sometimes a pen and paper just can’t tell the whole story. That’s where video comes in. After producing more than 100 videos during the 201112 academic year, Tech Athletics looks to continue its visual media efforts by providing quality videos on a regular basis. From feature stories and behind-the-scenes pieces to highlights and press conferences, the TTUSports1 YouTube channel is the exclusive home for Tech video content.

DISNEY HEROES Favorite Disney characters

Plus...

* Double Vision (a mother’s insight) * Mirror, Mirror (celebrity doppelgängers) * Date Night (top picks from the movies) * I love green (green things we love)

Plus...

* Double Vision (a mother’s insight) * Mirror, Mirror (celebrity doppelgängers) * Date Night (top picks from the movies) * I love green (green things we love)

THE ONLINE MAGAZINE OF TENNESSEE TECH ATHLETICS

March / April 2013/Volume 1, Issue 4

THE ONLINE MAGAZINE OF TENNESSEE TECH ATHLETICS

September / October 2013/Volume 2, Issue 1

There’s so much happening in Tennessee Tech Athletics, so we’ve pulled it all together -- and added some fun features -- in a new, online magazine called “unlimited.” We hope you have unlimited enjoyment from browsing this first issue. This is not your typical magazine with a calendar of events and lots of boring statistics. We hope you can find plenty to amuse and entertain you.

Tech fans want the latest news in an easy, free, fast format. That’s why Tech is proud to offer a Twitter service that features exclusive live scores, updates and photos from games, as well as notifications when a new story is posted to TTUSports. com. Fans can even get the updates straight to their mobile phone via text messages (messaging rates apply). Log on to Twitter and follow @TTUGoldenEagles. For more information, visit www.TTUSports.com. You already like TTU Sports, so why not “Like” them on Facebook? Search for TTU Sports to get breaking news and information in your news feed. Fans can also comment on posts and show their support for the Golden Eagles by getting others to “Like” TTU Sports on Facebook.

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ABOUT TECH u “TTU among most affordable universities in the nation”   – Newsweek

WHERE QUALITY COUNTS

For nearly 100 years, Tennessee Tech has served the various needs of the region, the state and beyond. Not only is Tech renowned as a fine institution of higher education, it also serves as a public resource center and encourages scholarly research and creative activity by its faculty and students. Today, Tech makes a number of contributions to economic development locally, regionally and nationally. Tech’s 65,000-plus alumni occupy positions of leadership in education, business, industry, government and public service. Tennessee Tech is widely known as an institution noted for its academic quality -- an institution where the energies of the faculty, staff and students are devoted to ensuring that the university’s quality is maintained and enhanced. The university is divided into seven academic divisions offering more than 40 programs of study leading to the bachelor’s degree and more than 20 programs of study at the graduate level. More than 75 percent of the 370 full-time faculty members hold doctoral degrees. Considered one of the most picturesque campuses in the South -- and one of the safest -- the buildings carry an attractive Georgian style architecture that lends the Tech campus an Ivy-league character. Tech was established in 1915 as Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, located on the site of its forerunner, Dixie College. TPI gained university status in 1965, reflecting the institution’s role as a multipurpose, state-supported university. Tech’s current enrollment continues to include students from almost all 95 Tennessee counties, along with students from more than 40 other states and about 40 foreign countries.

Why we're the Golden Eagles

CAMPUS LIFE

Tennessee Tech students know that there is a lot more to college life than what goes on in the classroom. Nearly 200 student organizations on campus offer activities ranging from academic, athletic, cultural, political, community-oriented, social to spiritual. At Tech, it’s easy to get involved and make friends. Campus recreation coordinates 11 intramural and club sports: basketball, bowling, flag football, golf, racquetball, rugby, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball and wrestling. The Fitness Center is a free, full-service health club for students. It houses a fully equipped weight room, 25-meter indoor pool, cardiovascular equipment and an indoor track. Tech is also a center for the arts, presenting concerts, theatre productions, lectures, dance performances, films, workshops, demonstrations and art exhibits each year. And, of course there’s always an athletics event to attend. Tennessee Tech’s athletic teams compete in the Ohio Valley Conference for 14 sports on the NCAA Division I level, and students can attend all regular season athletic events absolutely free!

The Tennessee Tech Athletic Department unveiled a new brand on Aug. 31, 2006, with an allnew set of logos for the Golden Eagles. The brand is new, but the tradition remains -- the name Golden Eagles. How did TTU adopt the name? In the first quarter of this century, Tennessee Polytechnic Institute was a tiny school, located in the rugged, mountainous Upper Cumberland region where Golden Eagles were plentiful, soaring above the lush, upland forests. It's easy to understand how those early students and faculty could narrow their choices for their athletic team's nicknames to "Golden Eagles" or "Mountaineers." On February 14, 1925, the nickname "Golden Eagles " was officially adopted. The school newspaper, The Oracle, printed a story that outlined the efforts of a committee to suggest several possible nicknames to Athletic Association members for

their consideration. The two most popular names were "Golden Eagles" and "Mountaineers," and the association, by a vote of 139-18, proudly declared its preference. It wasn't until 27 years later that a tangible mascot found its way to the campus. Several Tech students braved a driving night rainstorm to pilfer a huge block-tin eagle statue from the charred ruins of a resort hotel in Monteagle. They painted the creature - with a wingspan of over six feet - a glistening gold, and suspended it from the rafter for public inspection at the following day's basketball game in Memorial Gym. Then-Governor Frank G. Clement, a lifelong friend of the hotel owner, was in Cookeville to speak . He worked out a compromise between his friend and the school students, who wanted to retain the eagle as their mascot.

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Tennessee Tech Basketball 2013-2014 woMen’s Schedule Nov. 5 .......... Truett McConnell (EXH)........................................... 7 p.m.

Jan. 11 ......... SIUE * (DH) ....................................................... 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 9 .......... Tennessee Wesleyan ............................................. 7 p.m.

Jan. 13 ......... Eastern Illinois *..................................................... 7 p.m.

Nov. 12 ......... at Akron • Akron, Ohio...................................... 9:30 a.m.

Jan. 20 ........ at UT Martin * • Martin, TN...................................... 7 p.m.

Nov. 21 ......... at Mississippi State • Starkville, MS....................... 7 p.m.

Jan. 25 ........ at Austin Peay * • Clarksville, TN........................... 7 p.m.

Nov. 24 ........ Valparaiso................................................................2 p.m.

Jan. 27.......... at Murray State * • Murray, KY............................... 7 p.m.

Radisson Hotel Chatsworth Thanksgiving Basketball Classic • Las Vegas, Nevada Nov. 29 ........ vs. Marquette..................................................... 4:30 p.m. Nov. 30 ........ vs. Ball State ...........................................................3 p.m.

Feb. 1 ........... Belmont * (DH) .................................................. 5:30 p.m. Feb. 3 ........... Tennessee State * ................................................... 7 p.m. Feb. 8............ at Jacksonville State * • Jacksonville, AL..............2 p.m. Feb. 15.......... Morehead State * (DH)........................................5:30 p.m.

Dec. 5 ........... at Alcorn State • Lorman, MS................................. 7 p.m.

Feb. 17 ......... at Eastern Kentucky * (DH).................................4:30 p.m.

Dec. 7 ........... at South Alabama • Mobile, AL............................... 7 p.m.

Feb. 24 ......... Southeast Missouri * ............................................... 7 p.m.

Dec. 14.......... Memphis ................................................................. 7 p.m.

Feb. 27........... at Eastern Kentucky * (DH) • Richmond, KY......... 4:30 p.m.

Dec. 16 ......... Florida International .............................................. 7 p.m.

March 1......... at Morehead State * (DH) • Morehead, KY......... 4:15 p.m.

Dec. 18 ......... at Arkansas State • Jonesboro, AK.........................2 p.m.

March 5-8..... at OVC Tournament • Nashville, TN............................TBA

Dec. 20 ......... at Arkansas • Fayetteville, AK ............................... 7 p.m.

March 22-25.at NCAA First and Second Rounds ...........................TBA

Dec. 28 ......... Jacksonville State * .............................................. 7 p.m.

March 29-31.. at NCAA Regionals ....................................................TBA

Jan. 2 .......... at Middle Tennessee • Murfreesboro, TN................. 7 p.m.

April 1........... at NCAA Regionals ....................................................TBA

Jan. 4 .......... at Belmont * (DH) • Nashville, TN............................2 p.m.

April 6-8....... at NCAA Final Four • Nashville, TN...........................TBA

Jan. 6 .......... at Tennessee State * • Nashville, TN........................6 p.m.

All times are Central • Dates and times subject to change • * Ohio Valley Conference game • (DH) Doubleheader • Purple Home Game

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