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MEDIA GUIDE A Tradition of Excellence…Then, Now and Always


2010-11 ACC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE ACC WEEKLY HONORS & POSTSEASON AWARDS

The Atlantic Coast Conference’s “Blue Ribbon Panel,” consisting of national and local media members, as well as school representatives, will vote for the league’s preseason poll, weekly honors and postseason All-Conference teams for the 2010-11 season. The ACC, with nominations from its 12 member institutions, will designate approximately 24 media members who cover ACC Women’s Basketball regularly to the panel. The two dozen individuals cannot be directly affiliated with an ACC program and do not necessarily have to come from the schools’ geographical areas.

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All postgame interviews with coaches will be conducted in a press interview area designated by the host Sports Information Director. There will be a maximum 10-minute “cooling off” period, at which time the first available head coach will begin a 10-minute interview session. Should both coaches be ready to begin their interviews at the same time, preference for the first session should be given to the visiting coach. The second head coach should be ready to enter the interview area no more than 10 minutes after the start of the first interview. Selected players will then be made available to the media in the lockerroom or in an area designated by the host Sports Information Director.

In addition, each school will be permitted to nomiPRE-ACC TOURNAMENT nate one at-large member, who can be affiliated COACHES TELECONFERENCE with the institution (i.e., school radio personality The 12 ACC head basketball coaches will be or school’s Sports Information Director), to serve featured on a teleconference the Tuesday prior to on the panel. the 2011 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament. There will be a replay available on theACC.com. Both of these groups will be asked to commit to The media telephone number is (913) 981-5580. a two-year term and will be held accountable to voting on a consistent basis, including Player TUESDAY, MARCH 1 and Rookie of the Week selections, which will be 10:00a – 10:10a..........................Sylvia Crawley, BC announced on Monday afternoons. 10:10a – 10:20a...................... Itoro Coleman, CU 10:20a – 10:30a............... Joanne P. McCallie, DU In addition to the 36 members, the league’s com- 10:30a – 10:40a.......................... Sue Semrau, FS munications office will invite additional national 10:40a – 10:50a...................... MaChelle Joseph, GT and selected persons to the panel, including ACC 10:50a – 11:00a.......................Brenda Frese, MD television broadcasters. 11:00a – 11:10a..........................Katie Meier, UM 11:10a – 11:20a......................Sylvia Hatchell, NC Finally, all 12 league head coaches will receive 11:20a – 11:30a........................ Kellie Harper, ST one ballot to vote on preseason and postseason 11:30a – 11:40a........................ Debbie Ryan, VA accolades; however, they will not be permitted to 11:40a – 11:50a.......................Beth Dunkenberger, VT vote on a weekly basis or for their own student- 11:50a – 12:00p......................Mike Petersen, WF athletes. The designated “Blue Ribbon Panel” will also be responsible for naming the All-ACC teams, AllFreshmen team, Coach of the Year, Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year. The All-Defensive, Defensive Player of the Year and Sixth Player of the Year honor, an accolade that began in 2008, will be determined by a vote of the leagues’ 12 head coaches. The teams and individual award winners will be announced during the week immediately following the conclusion of the regular season.

CREDITS

The 2010-11 ACC Women’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the Office of the Commissioner and the Communications Department of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Additional information is available upon request to accredited members of the media.

Editor:............................................. Lindsey Ross Editorial Assistance:...... Michael Kelly, Barb Dery ............................ Steve Phillips, JoAnne Cannell ..................... Heather Hirschman, Brad Hecker, THEACC.COM The Atlantic Coast Conference official website ..................Georgia Davis, and Nora Lynn Finch can be accessed by visiting www.theACC.com. ACC Tournament Photos:..................Mark Sutton In addition to links to all 12 ACC school athletic websites, theACC.com will have an updated bas- Cover Designed by:.......PIP Services, Burlington ketball release, including stats, following each day of competition. The ACC Office extends a special thanks to each of the sports information departments at all member institutions and their respective photographers for assistance in preparation of this publication.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Tradition of Excellence...................................2-3 Commissioner John Swofford............................4 ACC & School Administration............................5 2009-10 In Review.......................................6-18 ACC/Big Ten Challenge...................................... 7 2010 & 2011 ACC Tournaments........................8 2009-10 ACC Statistics...............................14-18 2010-11 Composite Schedule....................19-20 2010-11 ACC Television Schedule...................21 MEET THE TEAMS......................................22 A Look Ahead.................................................. 23 Boston College Eagles................................24-27 Clemson Tigers...........................................28-31 Duke Blue Devils........................................32-35 Florida State Seminoles.............................36-39 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.......................40-43 Maryland Terrapins....................................44-47 Miami Hurricanes......................................48-51 North Carolina Tar Heels............................52-55 NC State Wolfpack.....................................56-59 Virginia Cavaliers.......................................60-63 Virginia Tech Hokies...................................64-67 Wake Forest Demon Deacons.....................68-71 HISTORY AND RECORDS.............................72 ACC Year-by-Year........................................73-74 ACC Standings............................................75-80 Homes of the ACC........................................... 81 ACC Coaching Records...............................82-83 ACC Series Records.....................................84-90 ACC in the Rankings........................................ 91 Associated Press Composite Rankings.......92-95 Associated Press Year-by-Year Rankings..96-104 USA Today Year-by-Year Rankings..........105-111 Final National Rankings........................112-114 ACC By the Numbers.....................................115 ACC Annual Individual Leaders.............116-119 ACC Annual Team Leaders............................120 ACC Team Records......................................... 121 ACC Career Records................................122-126 ACC Individual Leaders..........................127-128 ACC Freshmen Records...........................129-131 Player/Rookie of the Week......................132-133 All-Conference Honors...........................134-137 First Team All-ACC......................................... 138 All-Time Preseason Rankings.................139-140 ACC All-Americas.......................................... 141 ACC Honor Roll.......................................142-143 Academic All-ACC Teams..............................144 ACC Participants.....................................145-146 ACC in the WNBA...................................147-148 ACC in the NCAA Tournament................149-153 ACC in the WNIT.....................................154-155 ACC Tournament.....................................156-159 ACC Tournament Records.......................160-163 ACC Tournament Attendance.........................164 ACC Tournament All-Time Boxscores......165-177 All-Time ACC Student-Athletes...............178-181 ACC 25th Anniversary................................... 182 ACC 50th Anniversary................................... 183 All-Time Women’s Basketball Legends...184-185

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TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE The Tradition Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now in its 58th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since its inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 120 national championships, including 64 in women’s competition and 56 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 130 times in men’s competition and 91 times in women’s action. Since 1977, when the league adopted women’s basketball, a tradition of excellence was established. The 2005-06 season marked the first time in NCAA history that a conference sent three teams to the same Final Four. The title game pitted an automatic ACC winner as second-seeded Maryland faced No. 1 seed Duke. The Terrapins claimed their first national title in school history and the league’s second with a thrilling 78-75 overtime game at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, Mass., on April 4, 2006. Following the 2006-07 season, Duke became the first ACC team and only the 14th in NCAA history to finish a regular season undefeated (29-0), while 34 wins for North Carolina marked the most in program history. The 2009-10 season was no different in the continuation towards excellence as eight ACC teams earned postseason bids, including six NCAA Tournament berths. It also marked the eighth consecutive year the league sent at least six to the “Big Dance.” Duke, which won the school’s sixth ACC Women’s Basketball Championship and its first since winning five-straight from 2000-04, earned a No. 2 seed in the Memphis Region. The Blue Devils participated in their league-best 16th-straight NCAA tournament and 17th overall. Joining Duke among the top seeds selected for the 2010 NCAA Tournament was Florida State, which shared the league’s regular-season crown with the Blue Devils. Joining Duke and Florida State as ACC representatives were Georgia Tech, North Carolina, NC State and Virginia. Maryland, Miami and Wake Forest received bids to participate in the 2010 Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT), extending the number of ACC postseason teams to nine - the fifth time the league has accomplished that feat and third time in the last seven years. Duke and Florida State advanced to the NCAA Regional Finals, while Miami made a strong season finale by going 5-1 in the postseason WNIT, falling only to California in the championship game. The Blue Devils advanced to the NCAA Regionals for the 12th time in the last 13 years, and made their eighth NCAA regional final appearance over the last 13 years and the first under head coach Joanne P. McCallie. Third-seeded FSU’s 74-71 win over No. 7-seed Mississippi State in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 secured the school’s first-ever berth in the Elite Eight and gave the Seminoles their schoolrecord 29th victory of the season, breaking the 1982 squad’s mark of 28. Miami advanced to play in its first WNIT Final, a tournament that expanded to 64 teams last season from 48 in previous years. The Hurricanes advanced to the championship game after defeating Florida Gulf Coast, Florida, North Carolina A&T, Providence and Michigan. It was the first time in school history that the Hurricanes advanced to a postseason tournament championship, and the nine-win improvement from the previous

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year was their most since 1992. The league’s women’s basketball programs continue to rank among the best in the country in terms of the postseason tournaments, having made 156 NCAA Tournament appearances and winning 206 games in the last 33 years, including 36 wins by a number one seed. In addition to sending three teams to the same Final Four for the first time in NCAA history, the league has boasted such national accomplishments as sending at least one team to the “Sweet 16” for 22 consecutive seasons and at least one to the Final Four in 11 of the last 22 seasons. The conference has also made 14 trips to the Final Four in the last 29 seasons, with three teams finishing second and North Carolina and Maryland capturing National Championships in 1994 and 2006, respectively. Since 1989, the ACC has placed 14 players on the All-Final Four team, including Maryland’s Laura Harper, who in ‘06 joined the ranks of Virginia’s Dawn Staley and North Carolina’s Charlotte Smith as the NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player. In all, 67 ACC players have been named to the NCAA Tournament All-Region teams with 10 Most Outstanding Player recognitions. Over the years, ACC women’s basketball teams have gained national recognition through their television exposure. The 2009-10 schedule featured 64 televised games and included 106 television appearances. In addition, ACC teams had six ESPN2 games, five national Fox Sports contests, and made seven appearances on ESPN’s “Big Monday” women’s college basketball package, which featured the nation’s top teams in action every Monday. The league also had 23 games on the league’s regional sports network, which includes Comcast SportsNet, Fox Sports Net South, SunSports and New England’s Sports Network (NESN). Eight players have garnered National Player of the Year accolades, while competing under the ACC banner. Staley was a back-to-back selection in ‘91 and ‘92, while Smith received the ESPY award in ‘95. Duke’s Alana Beard was recognized with National Player of the Year honors in both ‘03 and ‘04, and UNC’s Ivory Latta earned ESPN.com National Player of the Year in ‘06. In 2007, Duke guard Lindsey Harding was named the Naismith Trophy Women’s College Player of the Year presented by AT&T. Five league coaches have combined to earn 13 National Coach of the Year honors. North Carolina’s Sylvia Hatchell, Virginia’s Debbie Ryan, former Maryland head coach Chris Weller, former Duke head coach Gail Goestenkors and the late NC State head coach Kay Yow all garnered national recognition. Seven ACC representatives, including coaches and student-athletes, have participated in the Olympics. Yow, assisted by Hatchell, headed up the ‘88 gold medal-winning Olympic team. Maryland’s Vicky Bullett was a member of both the ‘88 and ‘92 Olympic teams. Staley, a three-time Olympian, struck gold in Athens as a member of the ‘04 title squad, while Goestenkors served as an assistant coach on the gold medal-winning team in Athens. Since the inaugural season of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) in ‘97, the ACC has been a recognizable presence in the league.

Eighty-three (83) former ACC stars have played on the hardwood in the WNBA, while six former players have worked the sidelines as coaches. Two ACC players were selected in the first round of the 2010 WNBA Draft, while four players were taken overall. The league’s record was set in ‘06 and ‘07, with nine taken in the respective professional drafts. In addition, ACC women’s basketball players have earned first-team Academic All-America honors 10 times, including Virginia’s Val Ackerman – the former President of the WNBA in ‘81. In 1997, NC State’s Jennifer Howard was tabbed GTE CoSIDA Academic Player of the Year after posting a flawless 4.0 grade point average throughout her career. Thirteen players have earned ACC postgraduate scholarships, while three others were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholars. 2009-10 In Review The 2009-10 academic year saw league teams capturing an all-time high eight national team titles and nine individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has now won 50 national team titles over the last 13 years and two or more NCAA titles in 28 of the past 30 years. The ACC was the only conference in America to place four of its teams in the final Top 10 rankings of the 2009-10 Learfield Director’s Cup Standings – symbolic of the nation’s top overall programs – as Virginia (3rd), Florida State (5th), North Carolina (7th), and Duke (10th) were ranked nationally in the Top 10. A total of 123 league teams earned a berth in NCAA postseason competition, compiling a 116-64-3 (.637) mark in NCAA championships. The ACC had 96 teams ranked in the final Top 25 polls, including 42 teams ranked in the Top 10, while six teams finished No. 1 in at least one poll in their respective sport. In addition, the ACC had 253 league student-athletes named to All-America teams in 2009-10, 127 men and 126 women, and 108 ACC athletes earned Academic All-America honors. The league produced six national Player of the Year, four national Freshman of the Year, and four national Coach of the Year honorees. 2009-10 National Championships Field Hockey – North Carolina Women’s Soccer - North Carolina Men’s Soccer - Virginia Men’s Basketball – Duke Men’s Ice Hockey – Boston College Men’s Lacrosse – Duke Women’s Lacrosse – Maryland Women’s Rowing – Virginia The Championships The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2010-11 academic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Women’s sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet being held in tennis at Wake Forest University. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing, while volleyball determines its champion in regular season play.

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TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE A History The ACC was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On Dec. 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Tech was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in Jan. of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the Miami and Virginia Tech. On Oct. 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005. The Schools Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants and was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Originally located on Harrison Avenue in the South End of Boston, the College outgrew its urban setting toward the end of its first 50 years. A new location was selected in Chestnut Hill and ground for the new campus was broken on June 19, 1909. During the 1940s, new purchases doubled the size of the main campus. In 1974, Boston College acquired Newton College of the Sacred Heart, 1.5 miles away. With 15 buildings on 40 acres, it is now the site of the Law School and residence halls. In 2004, BC purchased 43 acres of land from the archdiocese of Boston; this now forms the Brighton campus. Clemson University is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Georgia border, and the tiger paws painted on the roads make the return to I-85 easier. The school is built around Fort Hill, the plantation home of John C. Calhoun, Vice President to Andrew Jackson. His son-in-law, Tom Clemson, left the land to be used as an agricultural school, and in 1893 Clemson opened its doors as a land-grant school, thanks to the efforts of Ben Tillman. Duke University was founded in 1924 by tobacco magnate James B. Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington Duke. Originally the school was called Trinity College, a Methodist institution, started in 1859. In 1892, Trinity moved to west Durham where the east campus with its Georgian architecture now stands. Nearby are Sarah P. Duke gardens, and further west the Gothic spires of Duke chapel overlook the west campus. Florida State University is one of 11 universities of the State University System of Florida. It was established as the Seminary West of the Suwannee by an act of the Florida Legislature in 1851, and

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first offered instruction at the post-secondary level in 1857. Its Tallahassee campus has been the site of an institution of higher education longer than any other site in the state. In 1905, the Buckman Act reorganized higher education in the state and designated the Tallahassee school as the Florida Female College. In 1909, it was renamed Florida State College for Women. In 1947, the school returned to a co-educational status, and the name was changed to Florida State University. Next to I-85 in downtown Atlanta stands Georgia Institute of Technology, founded in 1885. Its first students came to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering, the only one offered at the time. Tech’s strength is not only the red clay of Georgia, but a restored gold and white 1930 model A Ford Cabriolet, the official mascot. The old Ford was first used in 1961, but a Ramblin’ Wreck had been around for over three decades. The Ramblin’ Wreck fight song appeared almost as soon as the school opened, and it is not only American boys that grow up singing its rollicking tune, for Richard Nixon and Nikita Krushchev sang it when they met in Moscow in 1959. The University of Maryland opened in 1856 as an agricultural school nine miles north of Washington, D.C., on land belonging to Charles Calvert, a descendant of Lord Baltimore, the state’s founding father. The school colors are the same as the state flag: black and gold for George Calvert (Lord Baltimore) and red and white for his mother, Alice Crossland. Maryland has been called the school that Curley Byrd built, for he was its quarterback, then football coach, athletic director, assistant to the president, vice-president, and finally its president. Byrd also designed the football stadium and the campus layout, and suggested the nickname Terrapin, a local turtle known for its bite, when students wanted to replace the nickname Old Liners with a new one for the school. The University of Miami was chartered in 1925 by a group of citizens who felt an institution of higher learning was needed for the development of their young and growing community. Since the first class of 560 students enrolled in the fall of 1926, the University has expanded to more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students from every state and more than 114 nations from around the world. The school’s colors, representive of the Florida orange tree, were selected in 1926. Orange symbolizes the fruit of the tree, green represents the leaves and white, the blossoms. The University of North Carolina, located in Chapel Hill, has been called “the perfect college town,” making its tree-lined streets and balmy atmosphere what a college should look and feel like. Its inception in 1795 makes it one of the oldest schools in the nation, and its nickname of Tar Heels stems from the tar pitch and turpentine that were the state’s principal industry. The nickname is as old as the school, for it was born during the Revolutionary War when tar was dumped into the streams to impede the advance of British forces. North Carolina State University is located in the state capital of Raleigh. It opened in 1889 as a land-grant agricultural and mechanical school and was known as A&M or Aggies or Farmers for over a quarter-century. The school’s colors of pink and blue were gone by 1895, brown and white were tried for a year, but the students finally chose red and white to represent the school. An unhappy fan in 1922 said State football players behaved like a pack of wolves, and the term that was coined in derision became a badge of honor. The University of Virginia was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson and is one of three things on his tombstone for which he wanted to be remembered. James Madison and James Monroe were on the board of governors in the early years. The Rotunda, a halfscale version of the Pantheon which faces the Lawn, is the focal point of the grounds as the campus is called. Jefferson wanted his school to educate leaders in practical affairs and public service, not just to train teachers.

Virginia Tech was established in 1872 as an all-male military school dedicated to the original land-grant mission of teaching agriculture and engineering. The University has grown from a small college of 132 students into the largest institution of higher education in the state during its 132-year history. Located in Southwest Virginia on a plateau between the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, the campus consists of 334 buildings and 20 miles of sidewalks over 2,600 acres. The official school colors - Chicago maroon and burnt orange - were selected in 1896 because they made a “unique combination” not worn elsewhere at the time. Wake Forest University was started on Calvin Jones’ plantation amid the stately pine forest of Wake County in 1834. The Baptist seminary is still there, but the school was moved to WinstonSalem in 1956 on a site donated by Charles H. and Mary Reynolds Babcock. President Harry S. Truman attended the ground-breaking ceremonies that brought a picturesque campus of Georgian architecture and painted roofs. Wake’s colors have been black and gold since 1895, thanks to a badge designed by student John Heck who died before he graduated. School Affiliations BOSTON COLLEGE -- Charter member of the Big East Conference in 1979; joined the ACC in July, 2005. CLEMSON -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; a charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; a charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 1953. DUKE -- Joined the Southern Conference in December, 1928; charter member of the ACC in 1953. FLORIDA STATE -- Charter member of the Dixie Conference in 1948; joined the Metro Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC July, 1991. GEORGIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the SEC in 1932; joined the ACC in April, 1978. MARYLAND -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. MIAMI -- Charter member of the Big East Football Conference in 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. NORTH CAROLINA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. NC STATE -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. VIRGINIA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; resigned from Southern Conference in December 1936; joined the ACC in December, 1953. VIRGINIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern Conference in June, 1965; became a charter member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. WAKE FOREST -- Joined the Southern Conference in February, 1936; charter member of the ACC in 1953.

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COMMISSIONER JOHN SWOFFORD

Now in his 14th year as Commissioner, John Swofford has made a dramatic impact on the Atlantic Coast Conference and college athletics. Swofford has built his career on the appropriate balance of academics, athletic achievement and integrity and is regarded as one of the top administrators in the NCAA. Swofford assumed his role as the fourth fulltime commissioner of the Atlantic Coast Conference in July of 1997. He follows James H. (Jim) Weaver, the league’s first Commissioner from 1954-1970, Robert (Bob) James, who served from 1971-1987 and Eugene F. (Gene) Corrigan, who held the position from 1987 to 1997. In addition to overseeing one of the nation’s largest athletic conferences, Swofford has been pivotal in positioning the Atlantic Coast Conference for the future. In July of 2010, Swofford’s leadership and negotiating skills helped the conference secure a new 12 year multi-media rights agreement with ESPN. The extensive television package begins with the 2011-12 academic year and will more than double television revenue to the 12 member institutions. In addition to reaching new heights financially, ACC content will now be televised more, both regionally and nationally, than at any point in league history, while also best positioning the conference within the continuous, ever-changing world of technology. Equally as historic, in 2003, on behalf of the nine league institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, Swofford introduced Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College as the newest members of the ACC. With the expansion, Swofford helped bring the conference extended and enhanced television contracts in both football and basketball. Highlights included the rights to the inaugural ACC Football Championship Game and significant increases in the number of televised games as well as negotiating an agreement with XM Satellite Radio, to broadcast the league’s football, men’s and women’s basketball games nationally. In the sport of basketball, Swofford was instrumental in creating the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that began in men’s basketball in 1999. Then in 2007, the two conferences hosted the inaugural ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge. Highly respected by his peers, Swofford was a force in the development and growth of the Bowl Championship Series and is the only

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person to serve two terms as its Coordinator. Since becoming Commissioner, Swofford has been responsible for securing increased bowl opportunities for the ACC. The past five seasons, at least seven ACC teams have earned bowl bids and, in 2008, the conference set an NCAA record when 10 of its 12 teams (83%) participated in bowl play. This year, the ACC has agreements in place with nine bowls including the Orange Bowl, home to the ACC Champion since 2006. During Swofford’s first 13 years as Commissioner, ACC teams have won 50 national team titles and 1,337 ACC teams have participated in various NCAA championships - an average of over 100 NCAA teams per year. A long-time advocate of the importance of academics and student-athlete welfare, Swofford stimulated the formation of the league’s first-ever ACC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. This group of current ACC student-athletes gives the conference direct feedback on their experiences participating at the highest level of college athletics. In 2006, the prestigious ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament was awarded out to 2015. Throughout Swofford’s tenure, the iconic event will have traveled to many dynamic cities within the footprint of the league including Atlanta, Ga., Washington D.C. and Tampa, Fla., in addition to the traditional stops in Greensboro and Charlotte. The 2001 ACC Tournament in Atlanta set NCAA attendance records for single session (40,083), per session average (36,505) and total attendance (182,525). Swofford placed an added emphasis on the development of women’s basketball in the ACC with the hiring of an Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball to oversee all aspects of the sport on both a conference and national level. The Director of Athletics at the University of North Carolina from 1980 to 1997, Swofford was instrumental in building North Carolina’s athletics department into one of the country’s most respected programs. He became the school’s athletic director on May 1, 1980 and at the age of 31, he was the youngest major college Athletics Director in the nation at the time. During his tenure, Tar Heel athletic teams claimed 123 ACC championships and 24 national collegiate titles, including two in men’s basketball and one in women’s basketball. During the 1993-94 year, the Tar Heels captured the inaugural Sears Directors’ Cup, emblematic of the collegiate all-sports champion and finished in the Top Six of the Sears Cup standings in each year of Swofford’s tenure that the award was given. Under his leadership, North Carolina enjoyed tremendous growth in its athletic facilities, including the construction of the Smith Center, a complex which includes a 21,572-seat basketball arena, the Koury Natatorium and the Frank H. Kenan Football Center. He initiated the idea and provided the impetus for the founding of North Carolina’s trademark licensing program. The University chose to recognize his many accomplishments by establishing the John D. Swofford women’s athletics scholarship and naming an auditorium in the school’s football complex in his honor. John and his wife Nora reside in Greensboro, N.C. and together they have three children, Amie, Chad and Autumn, who is married to Sherman Wooden. Autumn and Sherman welcomed Maya, their first child, to the family in April of 2010.

John D. Swofford, Commissioner Education High School:.........................Wilkes Central High School ...............................................North Wilkesboro, NC College: . .................. University of North Carolina, 1971 ............................. Morehead Scholarship Recipient Graduate: . ................................... Ohio University, 1973 ............................. MEd. in Athletics Administration Playing Experience 1965-67.............. Two-time All-State QB and three-sport ........................................ MVP at Wilkes Central HS 1969-71 .................North Carolina varsity football team ............................. quarterback and defensive back .................................................... Peach Bowl, 1970 ..................................................... Gator Bowl, 1971 ..............................................ACC Champions, 1971 Athletic Administration Experience 1973-76..............Ticket Manager/Asst. to the Director of ................................. Athletic Facilities and Finance ............................................... University of Virginia 1976-79........................ Assistant AD/Business Manager .................................... University of North Carolina 1979-80.................Assistant Executive Vice President of .....................................the Educational Foundation .................................... University of North Carolina 1980-97........................................... Director of Athletics ........................................... University of North Carolina 1997-Present............................................. Commissioner ............................................... Atlantic Coast Conference Membership on Boards and Committees • NCAA Men’s College Basketball Officiating, LLC Board, 2010-present • Nat i onal S por t scast e r s a n d S p o r t s w r i t e r s Association Honorary Board, 2009-present • College Football Officiating, LLC Board of Managers, 2008-present • NC Sports Hall of Fame Advisory Board, 2008present • Wyndham Championship Board of Directors, 2002-present • National Letter of Intent Appeals Committee, 2002-present • BCS Coordinator, 2000-01, 2008-09 • IA Collegiate Commissioner’s Assoc. (Chair), 2005-07 • NCAA Football Board of Directors (President), 2004-05 • NCAA Executive Committee, 1995-97 • NCAA Division I Championship Committee (Chair), 1995-97 • NCAA Special Committee to Study a Div. I-A Football Championship, 1994-95 • President of NACDA, 1993-94 • NCAA Special Events Committee, 1987-91 • NCAA Communications Committee (Chair), 1987-89 • NCAA Football Television Committee (Chair), 1984 Honors and Awards North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 2009 Homer Rice Award, 2005 (presented by the Div. 1A Athletic Directors’ Association) Horizon Award, 2004 (presented by the Atlanta Sports Council recognizing the National Sports Business Executive of the Year) Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame, 2003 Fifth-most influential person in U.S. sports, according to the Sporting News, 2003 Outstanding American Award for the Triangle Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame, 2002 NC High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, 2002 Ohio University’s Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1984

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ACC & SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION ACC OFFICE STAFF Commissioner: .................................................... John D. Swofford Executive Asst. to the Commissioner: ............................................................ Cel DiAmico Assoc. Commissioners: Chief Financial Officer.............................Jeff Elliott Women’s Basketball/SWA............. Nora Lynn Finch Football Communications........................Mike Finn Men’s Basketball.................................... Karl Hicks Comm. & Football Operations............Michael Kelly Governance/Compliance..................... Shane Lyons Basketball Communications..............Brian Morrison Public Relations/Marketing...................Amy Yakola Assistant Commissioner: Advanced Media............................ Scott McBurney Championships.......................................Kris Pierce Compliance & Governance...........Lindsey Babcock Coordinator of Officials: Men’s Basketball...........................John Clougherty Women’s Basketball........................ Charlene Curtis Football.............................................. Doug Rhoads Directors: Student-Athlete Programs............ Shamaree Brown Women’s Basketball.............................Brad Hecker Business Operations....................... Lynne Herndon Men’s Basketball Operations................ Kathy Hunt. Information Systems...................... Christina Tracey Associate Director: Championships....................................... Lee Butler Football Operations....................... Allison Doughty Communications................................. Lindsey Ross Technology/Operations.............................Ben Tario Advanced Media.................. Steve “Slim” Vollinger Assistant Directors: Women’s Basketball.......................... Georgia Davis Championships................................. Donald Moore Communications................................ Steve Phillips Website Editor: ................................................ Heather Hirschman Administrative Assistants: Business/Administration................. Susan Anthony Championships................................. Jennie Barrett Communications/PR & Marketing........... Barb Dery Compliance/Student-Athlete Welfare..... Tracey Haith Men’s Basketball..............................Karrie Bartlett Receptionist...................................... Emily Watkins Interns: Championships................................... Sheldon Bell Communications.............................JoAnne Cannell Public Relations/Marketing............. Charlotte Zoller Website.................................................Neil Sleight

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Boston College President:..................................Rev. William P. Leahy, SJ Faculty Representative:.................. Robert A. Taggart, Jr. Athletics Director:...................................Gene DeFilippo Senior Woman Admin:...........................Jody Mooradian WBK Head Coach:....................................Sylvia Crawley Clemson University President:............................................... James F. Barker Faculty Representative:............................. Larry LaForge Athletics Director:............................... Terry Don Phillips Senior Woman Admin:..............Barbara Kennedy-Dixon WBK Head Coach:..................................... Itoro Coleman Duke University President:.......................................Richard H. Brodhead Faculty Representative:..........................Martha Putallaz Athletics Director:........................................ Kevin White Senior Woman Admin:.................................... Jacki Silar WBK Head Coach:.............................. Joanne P. McCallie Florida State University President:...................................................... Eric Barron Faculty Representative:.Pamela Perrewe (effective Jan.) Athletics Director:..................................Randy Spetman Senior Woman Admin:..................................Allison Rich WBK Head Coach:........................................ Sue Semrau Georgia Institute of Technology President:......................................... G.P. “Bud” Peterson Faculty Representative:.............. Sue Ann Bidstrup Allen Athletics Director:................................. Dan Radakovich Senior Woman Admin:............................Theresa Wenzel WBK Head Coach:.................................MaChelle Joseph University of Maryland President:.....................Wallace D. Loh (effective Nov. 1) Faculty Representative:..........................Charles Wellford Athletics Director:.................................. Kevin Anderson Senior Woman Admin:...................... Kathy Worthington WBK Head Coach:...................................... Brenda Frese University of Miami President:.............................................Donna E. Shalala Faculty Representative:...........................Clyde B. McCoy Athletics Director:....................................... Kirby Hocutt Senior Woman Admin:.............................. Connie Nickel WBK Head Coach:.........................................Katie Meier University of North Carolina Chancellor:.................................................Holden Thorp Faculty Representative:.............................. Lissa Broome Athletics Director:......................................Dick Baddour Senior Woman Admin:...................................Beth Miller WBK Head Coach:................................... Sylvia Hatchell North Carolina State University Chancellor:.............................................Randy Woodson Faculty Representative:...........................Dr. Sam Pardue Athletics Director:.................................. Deborah A. Yow Senior Woman Admin:................................ Michelle Lee WBK Head Coach:...................................... Kellie Harper University of Virginia President:............................................. Teresa A Sullivan Faculty Representative:...........Prof. Carolyn M. Callahan Athletics Director:..............................Craig K. Littlepage Senior Woman Admin:...................................Jane Miller WBK Head Coach:.......................................Debbie Ryan Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University President:.............................................Charles W. Steger Faculty Representative:............................ Larry Killough Athletics Director:......................................... Jim Weaver Senior Woman Admin:....................... Sharon McCloskey WBK Head Coach:............................ Beth Dunkenberger Wake Forest University President:..............................................Nathan O. Hatch Faculty Representative:.................... Richard Carmichael Athletics Director:...................................... Ron Wellman Senior Woman Admin:........................... Barbara Walker WBK Head Coach:..................................... Mike Petersen

ACC HOMECOURTS Boston College: Silvio O. Conte Forum (8,606) Clemson: Littlejohn Coliseum (9,850) Duke: Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) Florida State: The Tucker Center (12,100) Georgia Tech: Alexander Memorial Coliseum (9,191) Maryland: Comcast Center (17,950) Miami: BankUnited Center (7,000) North Carolina: Carmichael Auditorium (8,010) NC State: Reynolds Coliseum (8,560) Virginia: John Paul Jones Arena (14,593) Virginia Tech: Cassell Coliseum (9,847) Wake Forest: Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum (14,665) For attendance records, see page 81

ACC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONTACTS Associate Commissioner Nora Lynn Finch Associate Director of Communications Lindsey Ross Director of Women’s Basketball Brad Hecker Assistant Director of Women’s Basketball Georgia Davis

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2009-10 IN REVIEW 2009-10 STANDINGS Conference Team........................ W L Pct Hm Rd *Duke....................... 12 2 .857 7-0 5-2 Florida State............ 12 2 .857 7-0 5-2 Virginia...................... 9 5 .643 5-2 4-3 Georgia Tech.............. 8 6 .571 5-2 3-4 Wake Forest................ 7 7 .500 5-2 2-5 NC State..................... 7 7 .500 6-1 1-6 Boston College........... 6 8 .428 5-2 1-6 North Carolina........... 6 8 .428 4-3 2-5 Maryland................... 5 9 .357 2-5 3-4 Virginia Tech.............. 4 10 .286 3-4 1-6 Clemson..................... 4 10 .286 4-3 0-7 Miami......................... 4 10 .286 3-5 1-5

Overall W L Pct Hm Rd Neu 30 6 .833 16-1 8-4 6-1 29 6 .829 17-1 9-2 3-3 21 10 .677 13-4 6-4 2-2 23 10 .697 12-2 8-6 3-2 18 14 .563 13-5 3-8 2-1 20 14 .588 13-3 3-9 4-2 17 15 .531 10-4 3-9 4-2 19 12 .613 15-3 3-7 1-2 21 13 .618 15-6 5-6 1-1 15 15 .500 12-5 2-9 1-1 13 18 .419 9-5 3-11 1-2 22 14 .611 13-6 9-7 0-1

* denotes ACC Champion

2009-10 recap & ACC-olades * For the eighth straight year, the ACC was represented by at least six teams (Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, NC State and Virginia) in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Field of 64. The ACC is one of only four leagues to place six or more teams in the 2010 Big Dance. * Maryland, Miami and Wake Forest’s Women’s NIT invites gave the ACC nine postseason teams for the fifth time overall, first since 2006 and third time in the last seven years. * ACC teams posted a 152-51 (75%) record against non-conference opponents during the 2009-10 season. In 2009, the ACC tallied 156 wins, the highest number of non-ACC victories in league women’s basketball history. * The ACC captured the 2009 ACC/Big Ten Challenge crown with a 7-4 outcome over the 11 games. The ACC has now won the three-straight Challenges, collecting 22 wins over Big Ten opponents in the Challenge series. * Two ACC teams (Duke #6, FSU #9) were ranked among the top 10 of the final 2010 ESPN/USA Today Top 25 poll. * The 2010 Tournament set a new single-session attendance record in Thursday morning’s School Day game with a crowd of 11,445 that featured approximately 7,800 elementary students, nearly 2,000 more than last year. Guilford County alone brought 33 elementary schools of the 65 in the district.

* Third-seeded FSU’s 74-71 win over No. 7-seed Mississippi State in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 secured the school’s first-ever berth in the Elite Eight and gave Florida State its school-record 29th victory of the season, breaking the 1982 squad’s mark of 28. * The Yellow Jackets have won at least 20 games in four straight seasons, including a program-best 23 games last season, matching a mark set in 1977-78, prior to Tech joining the ACC. The team has also earned an unprecedented four consecutive NCAA Tournament bids.

* Duke advanced to the NCAA regionals for the 12th time out of the last 13 years, and made its 8th NCAA regional final appearance over the last 13 years and the first under head coach Joanne P. McCallie. * The Blue Devils posted an 8-4 record against ranked opponents in 2009-10, and were listed in the top 25 of the AP poll for 206straight weeks, which marks the longest current streak in the ACC and is third nationally. * Duke was one of only five schools in the country to boast both its men’s and women’s basketball teams in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16 Round -- Duke, Kentucky, Tennessee, Baylor and Xavier. * Joanne P. McCallie, in just her third year at the helm of the Blue Devils, was selected as 2010 ACC Coach of the Year. The ACC is the fourth league in which McCallie, who previously spent time at Maine and Michigan State, has won a Coach of the Year award.

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Itoro Umoh Coleman was introduced as the fifth head coach in Tiger history on March 29 after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at Penn State...A 2000 graduate of Clemson who was named to the ACC ’s 50-Year Anniversary Team in ‘02, Coleman was a four-year letterman at Clemson (1995-99), and served as an assistant coach from 2002-07.

COACHES CORNER TALLY SHEETS

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At School

* Maryland earned its sixth-straight 20-plus win season, helping to continue the longest streak in program history. The run also includes two 30-plus win seasons. The Terps also collected their 24th postseason appearance (WNIT), which was the seventh consecutive postseason trip, the most since the Terps went 13-straight times from 1971-84.

Coach, School....Yrs..........W-L..Yrs........W-L

* The Terrapins extended the school’s home court win streak to 48, a record that spans the books of both men’s and women’s basketball.

McCallie, DU............18.... 398-170...... 3....... 82-22

* Miami followed the lead of Shenise Johnson, who posted a career-high 33 points in the Canes’ 73-65 WNIT quarterfinal victory over Providence. With the win, UM advanced to play in its first-ever WNIT semifinal appearance. Then, with a 76-59 victory at Michigan, the Canes faced their first-ever WNIT Championship game opponent - California.

Joseph, GT..................7...... 129-86...... 7..... 129-86

* Miami’s 22 wins on the season is the most under head coach * Two ACC student-athletes were selected in the first round of the 2010 Katie Meier in her five year tenure and is the most for the program WNBA Draft. Virginia guard Monica Wright was taken second overall since the 2003 squad went 22-7. by the Minnesota Lynx, while Florida State forward Jacinta Monroe was taken sixth overall by the Washington Mystics. * NC State became only the second team in ACC Tournament history to reach the tournament finals as a No. 6 seed. The Pack were also just the 15th team seeded sixth or lower to appear in the title * Carolyn Swords helped Boston College achieve its program firsts game of any major conference tournament. The six conferences – with a 2010 First-Team All-ACC selection. Swords led the league in ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, SEC and PAC 10 – have completed rebounding (9.0 rpg), led the nation in FG percentage (66.4), and 127 league tournaments, while only two teams seeded sixth or ranked eighth in the ACC with a 14.4 scoring average. Swords, who lower have won their respective tournament in that time. had a league-leading 12 double-doubles last season, currently leads all active players with 30 career double-doubles and holds the * Virginia was not only named one of 33 winners in the NCAA ACC’s top all-time FG percentage (.660). Division I “Pack the House” Challenge, it was also selected as the NCAA’s overall winner. All 12 of the ACC’s member * Highlighting Clemson’s 2009-10 campaign was senior Lele Hardy, institutions participated in this nation-wide initiative, a program who led the squad in scoring (14.4), rebounding (7.9), and steals designed to build attendance in women’s basketball. UVa drew (3.6) as well as 3-pointers (40). She broke the school record for a crowd of 11,895, a single-game attendance record, to its steals and finished her career ranked fifth all-time in the ACC and Nov. 22 game vs. Tennessee, in what was termed “Hot Dog Day.” 21st all-time in the NCAA with 398 thefts. * Duke claimed the 2010 ACC Tournament title with a 70-60 victory over NC State in the Greensboro Coliseum. It was the sixth ACC championship for the Blue Devil women, but their first since winning five straight from 2000-04.

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* Head coach Debbie Ryan earned her 700th career victory in UVa’s season-opener at UMBC, becoming just the seventh active Division I coach with 700 wins. The others are Pat Summitt (Tenn.), C. Vivian Stringer (Rutgers), Sylvia Hatchell (UNC), Tara VanDerveer (Stanford), Robin Selvig (Montana) and Andy Landers (Georgia). * Monica Wright began the season chasing Virginia’s all-time scoring record (2,135 by Dawn Staley, ‘89-92). Wright entered this season with 1,806 points and on Dec. 20 became the third Cavalier in school history to amass at least 2,000 points (Staley (2,135) and Heather Burge (2,058)). Wright concluded her career as the third-highest all-time scorer in the history of the ACC and No. 1 in UVa annals (2,540 pts). * Nikki Davis set new Virginia Tech women’s basketball program records for free throws attempts (18, at Miami) and free throws made (14, at Miami) in a single game. David also set the school record for assists in a league contest with 11 against UNC.

Crawley, BC................4........ 78-52...... 2....... 40-27 Coleman, CU...............0............ 0-0...... 0........... 0-0

Semrau, FS...............13.... 234-166.... 13... 234-166

Frese, MD.................11.... 254-103...... 8..... 197-73 Meier, UM...................9.... 148-129...... 5....... 72-84 Hatchell, NC.............35.... 831-294.... 24... 559-214 Harper, ST..................6...... 116-79...... 1....... 20-14 Ryan, VA..................33.... 720-308.... 33... 720-308 Dunkenberger, VT.....10.... 164-135...... 6....... 99-85 Petersen, WF............18.... 278-219...... 6....... 90-92

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Overall

Coach, School............... W-L.............. W-L Crawley, BC..........................3-1..............13-16 Coleman, CU.............................-......................McCallie, DU.........................7-2................34-9 Semrau, FS.........................4-12............102-99 Joseph, GT............................4-7..............43-57 Frese, MD...........................11-7..............70-46 Meier, UM.............................0-5..............16-54 Hatchell, NC.....................39-16..........227-130 Harper, ST............................2-1..................8-7 Ryan, VA...........................33-30..........302-149 Dunkenberger, VT.................2-6..............26-58 Petersen, WF........................3-6..............20-64

* Wake Forest tallied 608 3-pointers over the course of the 200910 season, the most since 2005, and shot at least 600 for the second consecutive year.

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ACC/BIG TEN CHALLENGE The Atlantic Coast Conference and the Big Ten Conference announced Monday the pairings for the annual ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge, which is in its fourth year of what began as a four-year agreement and has been extended until 2012. The 2010 Challenge will take on a two-day format again this year and is slated to open on Wednesday, Dec. 1, as Florida State and Georgia Tech host Big Ten foes, and Wake Forest and NC State travel to perform in front of non-conference crowds.

The ACC and the Big Ten have long been among the most dominant conferences on the women’s basketball scene. This past season, the ACC was represented by nine overall postseason squads, including six teams in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, making it the eighth-straight year the league has had at least six in the Big Dance. Duke and Florida State advanced to the NCAA Regional Finals, giving the ACC at least one team in the Elite Eight for the ninth consecutive year. Overall, the ACC has made 14 Final Four appearances, including four in the past five years.

The ACC/Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge matches 11 teams from each conference in head-to-head competition traditionally on the first Wednesday and Thursday after Thanksgiving, following the ACC/Big Ten Men’s Basketball Challenge. Last year, the ACC won seven of the 11 Big Ten/ACC Challenge games. In 2008, the ACC also won seven contests, while the inaugural Challenge in 2007 saw the ACC collect eight victories. The ACC and the Big Ten conference offices determine the 11-game schedule each season, and match-ups may repeat from year-to-year in efforts to coordinate similar opponents and reach competitive equity. Each of the Big Ten’s 11 institutions will participate, while the ACC will select 11 teams from its 12-team membership. In addition, the official title of the Challenge will rotate each year. The 2010 event will be referred to as the ACC/ Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge and will continue to mirror the official title of the two conferences’ challenge agreement for men’s basketball. Through the previous three Challenges, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland and Virginia remain undefeated for the ACC, while Michigan boasts the only unbeaten record among Big Ten squads.

2010 CHALLENGE SCHEDULE Wednesday, December 1 Wake Forest at Michigan (BTN), 6:30p Michigan State at Florida State, 7:00p Northwestern at Georgia Tech, 7:00p NC State at Illinois (BTN), 8:30p Thursday, December 2 Maryland at Purdue (BTN), 6:30p Virginia at Ohio State, 7:00p Iowa at North Carolina, 7:00p Penn State at Boston College, 7:00p Indiana at Clemson, 7:00p Virginia Tech at Minnesota, 8:00p Duke at Wisconsin (BTN), 8:30p All Times Eastern.

CHALLENGE HISTORY 2009 Challenge Results - ACC 7, Big Ten 4 Georgia Tech 64, Penn State 60 (D2) Illinois 65, Wake Forest 50 (D2) Boston College 72, Iowa 67 (D2) Florida State 82, Indiana 74 (D3) Duke 83, Ohio State 67 (D3) Maryland 66, Minnesota 45 (D3) Wisconsin 53, NC State 48 (D3) Virginia 56, Purdue 49 (D3) Michigan 71, Virginia Tech 51 (D3) Clemson 69, Northwestern 68 (D3) Michigan State 72, North Carolina 66 (D3) 2008 Challenge Results - ACC 7, Big Ten 4 Georgia Tech 70, Michigan State 57 (D3) Florida State 73, Penn State 60 (D3) North Carolina 72, Ohio State 63 (D3) Maryland 70, Purdue 59 (D4) Duke 71, Iowa 47 (D4) Clemson 78, Northwestern 75 (ot) (D4) Minnesota 80, Boston College 60 (D4) Wisconsin 61, Virginia Tech 52 (D4) Virginia 63, Illinois 39 (D4) Michigan 63, NC State 52 (D5) Indiana 69, Miami 54 (D5) 2007 Challenge Results - ACC 8, Big Ten 3 Michigan 65, Miami 50 (N19) Wake Forest 60, Northwestern 45 (N28) Georgia Tech 76, Iowa 57 (N28) North Carolina 90, Purdue 72 (N29) NC State 61, Illinois 47 (N29) Michigan State 68, Clemson 51 (N29) Maryland 77, Ohio State 53 (N30) Virginia Tech 68, Minnesota 62 (N30) Virginia 84, Wisconsin 60 (N30) Florida State 85, Indiana 78 (N30) Penn State 86, Duke 84 (D2)

VIRGINIA WINS PACK THE HOUSE CHALLENGE Virginia was not only named one of 33 winners in the 2009-10 NCAA Division I “Pack the House” Challenge, it was also selected as the NCAA’s overall winner. All 12 of the ACC’s member institutions participated in this nation-wide initiative, a program designed to build attendance in women’s basketball. NCAA Division I women’s basketball marketing staffs selected a home game and designated that date as a “Pack the House” game with the goal of setting an attendance record. One winner from each of the 32 conferences and one from a group of independent institutions were named. Selections were based on marketing plan creativity and attendance criteria. More than half of the Division I membership, 181 institutions, participated in the effort that attracted more than 511,000 fans. Virginia drew a crowd of 11,895, a single-game attendance record, to its November 22 game against Tennessee, in what was termed “Hot Dog Day”. The Cavaliers’ plan, which resulted in more than 9,500 presold tickets, included outreach efforts to the YMCA, Girl Scouts and the Parent Teacher Association; raffle prizes for students; and a hot dog and beverage giveaway. The marketing department also attempted to contact all 57,000 people on the school’s fan database. Virginia’s original “Hot Dog Night” was Feb. 5, 1986, against then-ranked No. 15 North Carolina in University Hall, and drew a standing room only crowd of 11,174. That mark stood as the largest home crowd at a Virginia women’s basketball game until last year’s “Pack the House” challenge.

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Virginia drew a single-game record 11,895 people on “Hot Dog Day” to John Paul Jones arena to see the Cavaliers take on Tennessee.

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2011 ACC TOURNAMENT GREENSBORO COLISEUM

34TH ANNUAL ACC TOURNAMENT GREENSBORO COLISEUM, GREENSBORO, N.C. THURS-SUN, MARCH 3-6

In the past 33 years of the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament, there have been eight different sites. The inaugural tournament was held in 1978 at University Hall on the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. The Tournament then moved to Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, N.C., in 1979, hosted by NC State. The University of Maryland’s Cole Field House in College Park was the site of the 1980 Tournament, while Clemson University’s Littlejohn Coliseum was home to the 1981 event. It returned to Reynolds Coliseum in 1982. The Conference Tournament remained in North Carolina from 1983 to 1991, hosted by Fayetteville’s Cumberland County Memorial Arena. The Tournament then moved to Winthrop Coliseum in Rock Hill, S.C., for a four-year span (1992-96), until the 1997 move to Independence Arena in Charlotte, N.C., which hosted the event for three years. The 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament marked the 11th year for the four-day event to be held in the Greensboro Coliseum, which will serve as the 2011 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (March 3-6) host as well as the host for the 2011 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament (March 10-13).

Seed #4 Seed #5

11:00 AM, Fri., March 4 RSN

11:00 AM, Thurs., March 3

Seed #12

RSN

1:00 PM, Sat., March 5 FSN

Seed #1 Seed #8

3:00 PM, Fri., March 4 RSN

3:00 PM, Thurs., March 3

Seed #9

RSN

1:00 PM, Sun., March 6

Seed #2 Seed #7

FSN

6:00 PM, Fri., March 4

6:00 PM, Thurs., March 3

Seed #10

3:30 PM, Sat., March 5

Seed #3 Seed #6

FSN

8:00 PM, Fri., March 4

8:00 PM, Thurs., March 3

Seed #11

2010 ACC TOURNAMENT DUKE CLAIMS SIXTH ACC TITLE AND FIRST SINCE 2004 Eighth-ranked Duke claimed the 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Championship with a 70-60 victory over NC State in the Greensboro Coliseum. It was the sixth ACC championship for the Blue Devils, but their first since winning five consecutive from 2000-04. Duke gave third-year coach Joanne P. McCallie her first ACC championship, while she also became the first coach to lead teams to four conference titles in four different conferences. Duke junior guard Jasmine Thomas turned in a dominating performance in the title game, scoring 18 points, six rebounds and three steals. Thomas was selected as the Tournament MVP, becoming just the fifth player in Duke history to earn the honor. She scored 49 total points in three games to lead Duke to the ACC Conference Championship. 2010 TOURNAMENT RESULTS Thursday, March 4 (FIRST ROUND) (5) Wake Forest d. (12) Miami, 66-65 (9) Maryland d. (8) North Carolina, 77-83 (7) Boston College d. (10) Virginia Tech, 62-49 (6) NC State d. (11) Clemson, 59-54 Friday, March 5 (QUARTERFINALS) (4) Georgia Tech d. (5) Wake Forest, 52-45 (1) Duke d. (9) Maryland, 66-64 (7) Boston College d. (2) Florida State, 67-60 (6) NC State d. (3) Virginia, 66-59 Saturday, March 6 (SEMIFINALS) (1) Duke d. (4) Georgia Tech, 67-55 (6) NC State d. (7) Boston College, 63-57 Sunday, March 7 (FINALS) (1) Duke d. (6) NC State, 70-60

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ACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM First Team Jasmine Thomas (MVP)............................ Duke Joy Cheek................................................. Duke Karima Christmas.................................... Duke Nikitta Gartrell....................................NC State Bonae Holston....................................NC State Second Team Marissa Kastanek...............................NC State Carolyn Swords.........................Boston College Alex Montgomery........................ Georgia Tech Lynetta Kizer..................................... Maryland Monica Wright.....................................Virginia ACC SETS CHAMPIONSHIP RECORDS! The 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament continued to reach new milestones after it set a new single-session attendance record in the opening round’s School Day game with a crowd of 11,445 that featured approximately 7,800 elementary students, nearly 2,000 more than the year before. Guilford County Schools brought 33 of the 65 elementary schools in the district.

*indicates number of years as ACC All-Tournament first-team selection

First Round (Game I)....................................... 11,445* First Round (Game 2).........................4,776 (5,371/09) First Round (Games 3&4)...................5,737 (6,465/09) Quarterfinals (Game 5)..................12,541 (13,599/09) Quarterfinals (Game 6)......................5,040 (7,201/08) Quarterfinals (Games 7&8)..............8,061 (10,036/07) Semifinals (Games 9&10)................9,106 (11,778/09) Championship........................... 9,432 (11,538/05&07) Total Attendance............................66,138 (73,187/09) * denotes NEW TOURNAMENT RECORD

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2009-10 IN REVIEW All-ACC Ten of the league’s 12 teams were represented on the 2010 all-league squads, led by Florida State, Miami, and North Carolina with two selections each. Virginia’s Monica Wright earned All-ACC honors for the fourth consecutive season alongside six multiyear all-conference performers on the first, second, and honorable mention squads as selected by 42 members of the ACC’s Blue Ribbon Panel. First Team Carolyn Swords, Jr., C..................... Boston College Jasmine Thomas, Jr., G...................................Duke Jacinta Monroe, Sr., G/F.................... Florida State Shenise Johnson, So., F...............................Miami Monica Wright, Sr., G *............................. Virginia Second Team Lele Hardy, Sr., G/F.................................. Clemson Courtney Ward, Jr., F......................... Florida State Brigitte Ardossi, Sr., F....................... Georgia Tech Riquna Williams, So., G...............................Miami Italee Lucas, Jr., F...........................North Carolina Third Team Joy Cheek, Sr., F.............................................Duke Alex Montgomery, Jr., ...................... Georgia Tech Lynetta Kizer, So., C............................... Maryland Cetera DeGraffenreid, Jr., G.............North Carolina Secily Ray, So., G................................ Wake Forest Honorable Mention (15-plus votes) Stefanie Murphy............................ Boston College Lori Bjork............................................... Maryland Bonae Holston......................................... NC State Utahya Drye...................................... Virginia Tech Brittany Waters................................... Wake Forest

All-ACC TOTALS, 1983-2010 School 1st 2nd 3rd HM Tot Virginia................ 28...... 23...... 6.......2.... 59 Duke.................... 22...... 20...... 8.......2.... 52 North Carolina..... 29...... 10...... 9.......0.... 48 NC State............... 16...... 19...... 2.......3.... 40 Maryland............. 16...... 12...... 8.......1.... 37 Clemson............... 11...... 15...... 3.......0.... 29 Georgia Tech.......... 3...... 15...... 8.......2.... 28 Wake Forest............ 2...... 12...... 5.......3.... 22 Florida State.......... 4........ 7...... 9.......1.... 21 Miami.................... 3........ 2...... 0.......3...... 8 Boston College....... 1........ 2...... 1.......3...... 7 Virginia Tech.......... 0........ 1...... 1.......2...... 4 ALL-ACC DEFENSIVE The 2009-10 ACC All-Defensive Team, which was selected by the 12 ACC women’s basketball head coaches, consisted of five players representing five different schools in the ACC footprint. Lele Hardy, Sr., G/F...................................Clemson Keturah Jackson, Sr., G/F...............................Duke Shenise Johnson, So., F...............................Miami Jacinta Monroe, Sr., G/F.....................Florida State Monica Wright, Sr., G.................................Virginia 2009-10 ACC Defensive Player of the Year Monica Wright, Sr., G.................................Virginia

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ALL-FRESHMAN The Atlantic Coast Conference women’s All-Freshman team was voted on by 42 members of the ACC’s Blue Ribbon Panel, which was formed in 2008 and is comprised of media members as well as head coaches of the 12 league schools. All-Freshman Team Allison Vernerey, C ...........................................Duke Chasity Clayton, F ................................Florida State Diandra Tchatchouang, F ........................ Maryland Marissa Kastanek, G................................... NC State Sandra Garcia, F ................................... Wake Forest 2009-10 ACC Freshman of the Year Marissa Kastanek, G................................... NC State All-ACC FRESHMAN, 1991-2010 School...................No. Last Player.............Year Duke......................... 16 Vernerey..................2010 Maryland.................. 16 Tchatchouang .........2010 North Carolina.......... 14 Shegog....................2009 Wake Forest............... 12 Garcia......................2010 Virginia..................... 10 Wright......................2007 NC State.................... 10 Kastanek.................2010 Florida State............... 8 Clayton....................2010 Clemson...................... 6 White.......................2003 Georgia Tech............... 6 Montgomery............2008 Boston College............ 2 Murphy/Swords.......2008 Miami......................... 1 Johnson...................2009 Virginia Tech............... 1 Barbour...................2008 ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL Boston College (3)- Ayla Brown**, Brittanny Johnson, Carolyn Swords***. Clemson (4)- Lele Hardy, Lindsey Mason**, Lindsay Welker, Ashlee Wilson. Duke (6)Chelsea Hopkins**, Bridgette Mitchell****, Kathleen Scheer**, Shay Selby, Jasmine Thomas***, Allison Vernerey. Florida State (4)- Chasity Clayton, Christian Hunnicutt**, Kayli Keough**, Samara Shepherd. Georgia Tech (4)- Shayla Bivins, Deja Foster***, Sasha Goodlett, Danielle Hamilton-Carter**. Maryland (4)- Lori Bjork**, Tianna Hawkins, Yemi Oyefuwa, Kim Rodgers**. North Carolina (2) - Jessica Breland, Nicole Powell**. NC State (6)- Kimberlee Durham**, Hanna Halteman***, Marissa Kastanek, Igna Muciniece, Brittany Strachan***, Emili Tasler***. Virginia (3)- Simone Egwu, Jayna Hartig***, Monica Wright. Virginia Tech (5)- Elizabeth Basham**, Lindsey Biggs**, Alyssa Fenyn, Adriana Lemaitre*****, Abby Redick. Wake Forest (3)- Jessica Cain****, Camille Collier***, Courteney Morris**. ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM Ayla Brown, Sr., F............................. Boston College Brittanny Johnson, Gr., G.................. Boston College Keturah Jackson, Gr., G/F..................................Duke Jasmine Thomas, Jr., G......................................Duke Allison Vernerey, Fr., C.......................................Duke Bridgette Mitchell, Sr., F/G................................Duke Christian Hunnicutt, Jr., G.....................Florida State Deja Foster, Jr., G...................................Georgia Tech Lori Bjork, Gr., G.........................................Maryland Tianna Hawkins, Fr., F...............................Maryland Diandra Tchatchouang, Fr., F.....................Maryland Morgan Stroman, Fr., F...................................Miami Marissa Kastanek, Fr., G............................. NC State Brittany Strachan, Sr., F.............................. NC State Alyssa Fenyn, Fr., G.............................. Virginia Tech Lindsay Biggs, Sr., G............................ Virginia Tech

2009-10 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK N16................................ Riquna Williams, Miami N23............ Cetera DeGraffenreid, North Carolina N30.....................Carolyn Swords, Boston College D7.................................... Jasmine Thomas, Duke D14................................. Monica Wright, Virginia D21............ Cetera DeGraffenreid, North Carolina J4................................... Shenise Johnson, Miami ....................................... Monica Wright, Virginia J11................................. Riquna Williams, Miami J18...........................Lindsay Biggs, Virginia Tech J25.................................. Monica Wright, Virginia F1...........................Brigitte Ardossi, Georgia Tech F8................................... Shenise Johnson, Miami F15.................................. Monica Wright, Virginia F22......................... Jacinta Monroe, Florida State M1.......................... Courtney Ward, Florida State 2009-10 ROOKIES OF THE WEEK N16........................... Sandra Garcia, Wake Forest N23.................................. Simone Egwu, Virginia N30................. Diandra Tchatchouang, Maryland D7..................................... Allison Vernerey, Duke D14......................... Sharena Taylor, Georgia Tech D21........................... Tianna Hawkins, Maryland J4.................... Diandra Tchatchouang, Maryland J11.................................Morgan Stroman, Miami J18............................Marissa Kastanek, NC State J25.........................Chasity Clayton, Florida State F1.............................. Sandra Garcia, Wake Forest F8..............................Marissa Kastanek, NC State F15.................................... Allison Vernerey, Duke F22............................Marissa Kastanek, NC State M1.................. Diandra Tchatchouang, Maryland PLAYERS OF THE WEEK, 1984-2010 School.................. Player...... Rookie........Total Duke..............................72..............41...........113 North Carolina...............61..............47...........108 Virginia..........................66..............34...........100 Maryland.......................37..............39.............76 NC State.........................43..............28.............71 Georgia Tech..................22..............20.............42 Clemson.........................30..............11.............41 Wake Forest....................17..............24.............41 Florida State..................14..............23.............37 Boston College.................6................9.............15 Miami..............................9................5.............14 Virginia Tech....................1................2...............3 PLAYER OF THE WEEK RECORDS Career Player of the Week (among active players) 3 - Carolyn Swords, Boston College * 1 in 2009-10 & 2 in 2008-09 Career Player of the Week (all-time) 18 - Alana Beard, Duke (2000-04) Player of the Week (single-season) 6 - Alana Beard, Duke (2002-03) 6 - Alana Beard, Duke (2003-04) Rookie of the Week (single-season) 9 - Tracy Connor, Wake Forest (1992-93)

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2009-10 IN REVIEW ACC vs. NON-CONFERENCE TEAMS League teams posted a 152-52 record against nonconference opponents during the 2009-10 season. In the 33-year history of the league, ACC schools have produced a 3,037-1,199 (.717) record versus non-conference foes. Conference.................2008-09............2009-10 America East....................5-2...................... 6-2 Atlantic 10.......................8-2.......................7-3 Atlantic Sun.....................9-1......................12-0 Big East...........................6-9......................9-12 Big Sky............................1-0.......................0-0 Big South.........................9-1......................12-0 Big Ten............................11-6......................9-5 Big 12..............................4-2.......................2-6 Big West...........................1-1.......................2-0 Colonial............................9-1.......................9-4 Conference USA...............7-2.......................6-0 Horizon............................1-3.......................1-1 Ivy Group.........................5-1.......................4-1 Metro Atlantic..................5-0.......................3-0 Mid-American..................4-0.......................3-0 Mid-Eastern.....................5-0.......................6-1 Missouri Valley.................2-0.......................1-0 Mountain West.................2-1.......................3-1 Northeast.........................4-0.......................4-0 Ohio Valley.......................7-0.......................0-0 Pacific Ten........................6-3.......................5-3 Patriot..............................2-0.......................3-0 Southeastern...................11-7......................7-8 Southern..........................8-1......................12-1 Southland........................1-0.......................2-0 Southwestern...................4-0.......................3-0 Summit............................1-0.......................1-0 Sun Belt...........................3-1.......................4-1 West Coast........................1-0.......................1-1 Western Athletic...............1-0.......................3-0 Others/Indep...................12-0......................9-0 ...........................................155-44................... 152-52 ............................................(.779).......................(.745)

ACC teams combined for four wins over ranked non-conference opponents last season. Date

ACC vs. AP/Coaches Opponent, Score

D3....................11/12 Duke d. 3/3 Ohio State, 83-67 .......................................... (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) D18..........7/8 Duke d. 24/25 James Madison, 79-65 M22..............................6/6 Duke d. 21/- LSU, 60-52 ................................................. (NCAA Tournament) M22..........11/11 FSU d. 15/17 St. John’s, 66-65 (ot) ................................................. (NCAA Tournament)

opponents last season and at least two Top 10-ranked foes. In fact, 33 percent (12) of Duke’s opponents (36) in 2009-10 were ranked in the Top 25. School

# of Top 25-Opp. # of Top 10-Opp.

Boston College........................ 7............................. 3 Clemson.................................. 8............................. 4 Duke..................................... 12............................. 3 Florida State........................... 8............................. 4 Georgia Tech........................... 6............................. 4 Maryland................................ 8............................. 5 Miami..................................... 8............................. 3 North Carolina........................ 9............................. 3 NC State.................................. 7............................. 2 Virginia................................... 7............................. 3 Wake Forest............................. 5............................. 1

The 204 non-conference games played marked the second-highest tally in ACC women’s basketball history. Last year, the ACC was one of only five leagues with at least five teams boasting 20-plus winning seasons. 1.

Big 12............... 7 teams

2.

Big East............ 7 teams

3.

ACC................... 5 teams

A10................... 5 teams

SEC................... 5 teams

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Team Years Record Boston College ............................. 4th .........59-22 Clemson ...................................... 34th ......343-137 Duke ........................................... 34th ......352-108 Florida State ............................... 18th ......159-101 Georgia Tech ................................31st . .....262-172 Maryland ..................................... 7th ........111-23 Miami .......................................... 6th .........75-50 North Carolina ............................ 35th .......424-96 NC State . .................................... 35th .......368-98 Virginia......................................... 3rd .........55-15 Virginia Tech ................................ 5th .........63-30 Wake Forest . .............................. 32nd .....221-201

Each ACC school faced at least five Top 25-ranked

Virginia Tech........................... 7............................. 4

The 152 non-conference wins ties for the third-best in the league’s 33-year history of women’s basketball.

DEFENDING THE HOME COURT Duke and Florida State only saw only one loss on their respective home courts this season, while ACC teams were a combined 101-17 (.856) when defending their home courts in 2009-10.

2009-10 HOME ATTENDANCE MARKS Team Games Total Average Maryland......................... 21...........101062.........4812 Duke................................ 17............80134..........4714 Virginia............................ 17............65506..........3853 North Carolina................. 18............51855..........2881 Florida State.................... 18............46245..........2569 Virginia Tech.................... 17............40485..........2381 NC State........................... 16............37331..........2333 Georgia Tech.................... 14............20275..........1448 Boston College................. 14............20058..........1433 Wake Forest...................... 18............17697...........983 Clemson........................... 14............11201...........800 Miami.............................. 19............13791...........726

ACC vs. NON-CONFERENCE (1978-2010) Year Won Lost 1978-79 73 55 1979-80 100 53 1980-81 95 77 1981-82 92 61 1982-83 90 48 1983-84 80 38 1984-85 80 27 1985-86 74 25 1986-87 80 28 1987-88 74 30 1988-89 82 26 1989-90 83 30 1990-91 96 36 1991-92 92 24 1992-93 79 19 1993-94 70 30 1994-95 85 32

GP 128 153 172 153 138 118 107 99 108 104 108 113 132 116 98 100 117

Pct. .570 .654 .552 .601 .652 .678 .748 .747 .741 .712 .759 .735 .727 .793 .806 .700 .726

Year 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

Won 76 79 79 74 83 87 78 85 80 130 152 152 154 155 152

Lost 27 25 31 36 36 29 35 31 34 36 33 52 51 44 52

GP 103 104 110 110 119 116 113 116 114 166 185 204 205 199 204

Pct. .738 .760 .718 .673 .697 .750 .690 .733 .702 .783 .822 .745 .751 .779 .745

TOTALS

3,041 1,191 4,232 .719

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2009-10 IN REVIEW VIRGINIA’S WRIGHT NAMED ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR

DUKE’S MCCALLIE NAMED ACC COACH OF THE YEAR

NC STATE’S KASTANEK NAMED ACC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Virginia guard Monica Wright was named the ACC Women’s Basketball Player of the Year, which was selected by a 42-member Blue Ribbon Panel, consisting of media and head coaches.

Joanne P. McCallie, in just her third season at the reigns of the Blue Devils’ program, earned her first ACC Coach of the Year accolade.  The honor was selected by a 42-member Blue Ribbon Panel, consisting of media and head coaches.

NC State’s Marissa Kastanek was named the 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Freshman of the Year. Kastanek, who was chosen by a vote of 42 members of the Blue Ribbon Panel, consisting of media and head coaches, became only the third Wolfpack freshman to garner the award and first since Katie Smrcka-Duffy in 1997.

Wright, who also earned 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year honors, ranked in the top-10 in the league in four statistical categories and became Virginia’s all-time leading scorer.  The Woodbridge, Va., native was the only player in the conference to average better than 20 points per game, scoring at a 23.7 points per game pace (7th in NCAA) and averaged 3.7 steals per game to lead the league (2nd in NCAA).  Additionally, Wright shot 81 percent (163-of-201) from the free throw line and averaged 32.1 minutes per contest to rank second and fourth, respectively.   Wright began the season chasing Virginia’s alltime scoring record held by Dawn Staley (2,135, 1989-92). Wright entered the 2009-10 season with 1,806 points and on Dec. 20, 2009, became the third Cavalier in school history to amass at least 2,000 points (Staley (2,135) and Heather Burge (2,058)). Wright continued to climb the ACC career scoring chart throughout the season and broke Staley’s career record with 20 points in a Jan. 11, 2010 contest against Maryland. Wright concluded her career as the third-highest all-time scorer in the history of the ACC and top in Cavalier annals with 2,540 points. In addition to being selected as the national WBCA Defensive Player of the Year, Wright was also named a State Farm Coaches, Full Court, and Associated Press All-American for her efforts in 2009-10.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR TOTALS 1984-2010 School

No. Last Player

Year

Duke.................. 8 Lindsey Harding.. 2007 North Carolina... 6 Ivory Latta............ 2006 Virginia.............. 7 Monica Wright...... 2010 NC State............. 2 Summer Erb......... 1999 Maryland.............3 Kristi Toliver........... 2009 Clemson............. 1 Jessica Barr.......... 1994

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The ACC is the fourth conference in which McCallie, who previously spent time as head coach at Maine and Michigan State, has won a coach of the year award.  McCallie was a twotime (1995 & 1996) winner while Maine was aligned with the North Atlantic Conference, and won again in 1999 when Maine was a member of the America East Conference.  In 2005, McCallie was named Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year while with the Spartans.   McCallie guided the 2009-10 Blue Devils to 30-6 overall record, their 13th-straight 20-win season, and a 12-2 ACC mark, tying with Florida State as regular season champions.  The regular season title is the first for Duke under McCallie’s leadership, and the No. 1 seed in the 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament is the team’s eighth in school history.  McCallie is 82-22 in three seasons at Duke and owns an overall mark of 398-170 in 18 seasons.

ACC COACH OF THE YEAR TOTALS 1984-2010 School......... No. Last Coach............Year

Duke................... 9 Virginia............... 7 Florida State....... 3 North Carolina.... 3 Clemson.............. 2 Maryland............ 2 Wake Forest......... 1

Joanne P. McCallie.....2010 Debbie Ryan..............2000 Sue Semrau...............2009 Sylvia Hatchell..........2008 Jim Davis...................1994 Chris Weller................1992 Joe Sanchez...............1988

Kastanek started in 33 of NC State’s 34 games in 2009-10, averaging 10.9 points and 27.1 minutes per game, ranking third and second on the squads, respectively. The Lincoln, Neb., native made 39.3 percent (127-of-323) of her shots, including 35.7 percent (65-of-182) from 3-point range, the ninth-best mark in the ACC, in helping the Pack to a 20-14 overall record and a sixth-place finish in the league standings with a 7-7 conference record. Additionally, Kastanek averaged 3.6 rebounds per game, while dishing out 48 assists and recording 47 steals.

ACC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR TOTALS 1984-2010 School No. Last Player Year Maryland............. 6 Lynetta Kizer......... 2009 North Carolina..... 6 Camille Little......... 2004 Virginia................ 5 Monica Wright...... 2007 Duke.................... 3 Alana Beard.......... 2001 NC State.............. 3 Marissa Kastanek.. 2010 Clemson............... 1 Kerry Boyatt.......... 1990 Georgia Tech........ 1 Niesha Butler........ 1999 Wake Forest......... 1 Tracy Connor......... 1993 Boston College..... 1 Stefanie Murphy... 2008

CAVALIERS’ WRIGHT ALSO NAMED ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Virginia’s Monica Wright headlined the 2009-10 ACC Women’s Basketball ACC All-Defensive team as the senior was tabbed the ACC Defensive Player of the Year and eventually the national WBCA Defensive Player of the Year. Wright led the league in steals amassing 115 in 31 games to add to her 200 rebounds on the season.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR TOTALS 2005-10

School.............................. No. Duke........................................ 3 North Carolina......................... 2 Virginia.................................. 1

Last Player............................................Year Chante Black............................................. 2009 LaToya Pringle.......................................... 2008 Monica Wright.......................................... 2010

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2010 POSTSEASON PLAY & ACCOLADES ESPN The Magazine / CoSIDA Academic All-America Lori Bjork, Maryland.............................................. 2nd Jasmine Thomas, Duke........................................... 3rd State Farm Coaches All-America Monica Wright, Virginia...........................................1st Jacinta Monroe, Florida State.................................HM Jasmine Thomas, Duke...........................................HM

2010 NCAA TOURNAMENT

2010 WOMEN’S NIT

FIRST ROUNDS Saturday, March 20 #2 Duke d. #15 Hampton, 72-37 ...........................................................................Durham #3 Florida State d. #14 La. Tech, 75- 61 ..................................................................... Tallahassee 7 Gonzaga d. #10 North Carolina, 82-76 .............................................................................Seattle

SECOND ROUNDS Thursday, March 18 North Carolina A&T d. Wake Forest, 73-49 .......................................................Winston-Salem Miami d. Florida Gulf Coast, 70-57 .................................................................... Miami

Sunday, March 21 #11 Ark.-Little Rock d. #6 Georgia Tech, 63-53 ...........................................................................Norman #12 Green Bay d. #5 Virginia, 69-67 ...............................................................................Ames #8 UCLA d. #9 NC State, 74-54 ....................................................................Minneapolis SECOND ROUNDS Monday, March 22 #2 Duke d. #7 LSU, 60-52 ...........................................................................Durham #3 Florida State d. #6 St. John’s, 66-65 (ot) ..................................................................... Tallahassee REGIONALS Saturday, March 27 #2 Duke d. #11 San Diego State, 66-58 .........................................................................Memphis Sunday, March 28 #3 Florida State d. #7 Mississippi State, 74-71 ............................................................................ Dayton Monday, March 29 #4 Baylor d. #2 Duke, 51-48 .........................................................................Memphis

Friday, March 19 Maryland d. Iona, 88-53 ...........................................................College Park Sunday, March 21 Maryland d. East Carolina, 87-52 ...........................................................College Park Miami d. Florida, 77-64 .................................................................... Miami Thursday, March 25 Miami d. North Carolina A&T, 84-77 .................................................................... Miami Providence College d. Maryland, 77-64 .................................................................... Miami

State Farm Coaches Regional All-America Shenise Johnson, Miami................................Region 2 Jacinta Monroe, Florida State........................Region 2 Carolyn Swords, Boston College....................Region 2 Jasmine Thomas, Duke..................................Region 2 Monica Wright, Virginia.................................Region 2 WBCA Defensive Player of the Year Monica Wright, Virginia USBWA All-America Team Monica Wright, Virginia...........................................1st Jasmine Thomas, Duke............................................1st AP All-America Monica Wright, Virginia...........................................1st Jasmine Thomas, Duke.......................................... 3rd Jacinta Monroe, Florida State.................................HM Courtney Ward, Florida State..................................HM Full Court All-America Monica Wright, Virginia...........................................1st Full Court Freshman All-America Marissa Kastanek, NC State.................................. 3rd

Sunday, March 28 Miami d, Providence College, 73-65 ..........................................................Rhode Island SEMIFINALS Wednesday, March 31 Miami d. Michigan, 76-59 .............................................................. Ann Arbor CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday, April 3 California d. Miami, 73-61 .................................................................Berkeley

Tuesday, March 30 #1 Connecticut d. #3 Florida State, 90-50 ............................................................................ Dayton

Virginia head coach Debbie Ryan entered the Russell Athletic/WBCA Victory Club after recording her 700th victory to open the 2009-10 season.

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2009-10 IN REVIEW 2009-10 DOUBLE-DOUBLES

Player, School................Career...ACC...Tot. Carolyn Swords, Jr., BC............(30)....... 3......12 Shenise Johnson, So., UM........(15)....... 3......10 Lynette Kizer, So., MD..............(18)....... 4........9 Lele Hardy, Sr., CU...................(30)....... 2........8 Secily Ray, So., WF.....................(9)....... 4........7 Diane Barnes, Sr., UM................(8)....... 1........7 Sandra Garcia, Fr., WF...............(7)....... 2........7 Tianna Hawkins, Fr., MD............(7)....... 2........7 Jacinta Monroe, Sr., FS.............(22)....... 4........6 Brigitte Ardossi, Sr., GT..............(6)....... 5........6 Laura Broomfield, So., NC..........(6)....... 1........6 Monica Wright, Sr., VA.............(13)....... 1........5 Utahya Drye, Sr., VT...................(9)....... 1........5 Krystal Thomas, Jr., DU..............(7)....... 2........4 Chasity Clayton, Fr., FS..............(4)....... 2........4 Stefanie Murphy, Jr., BC...........(18)....... 2........3 Alex Montgomery, Jr., GT...........(9)....... 2........3 Bonae Holston, So., ST...............(8)....... 0........3 Deja Foster, Jr., GT......................(4)....... 1........3 Cetera DeGraffenreid, Jr., NC.....(4)....... 1........3 Chay Shegog, So., NC................(4)....... 1........3 Morgan Stroman, Fr., UM...........(3)....... 0........3 Brittany Waters, Jr., WF..............(5)....... 1........2 Nikitta Gartrell, Sr., ST...............(4)....... 2........2 Brittany Gordon, Jr., VT..............(4)....... 1........2 Lucy Ellison, Sr., ST....................(4)....... 0........2 Karima Christmas, Jr., DU..........(3)....... 0........2 Allison Vernerey, Fr., DU.............(2)....... 1........2 Waltea Rolle, Fr., NC...................(2)....... 1........2 Jasmine Thomas, Jr., DU............(2)....... 0........2 Joy Cheek, Sr., DU......................(4)....... 0........1 Italee Lucas, Jr., NC....................(3)....... 1........1 Bridgette Mitchell, Sr., DU............ (3)....... 1........1 Sasha Goodlett, So., GT..............(2)....... 1........1 Tia Bell, Jr., ST...........................(2) ...... 0........1 Courtney Ward, Jr., FS................(2)....... 0........1 Charmaine Clark, Sr., UM................... (2).........0..........1 Shanel Harrison, So., VT............(1)....... 1........1 Dara Taylor, Fr., MD...................(1)....... 1........1 Simone Egwu, Fr., VA.................(1)....... 0........1 Jackie Nared, Fr., MD.................(1)....... 0........1 Riquna Williams, So., UM..........(1)....... 0........1 Mo Bennett, So., GT...................(1) ...... 0........1 Jasmine Gill, So., BC..................(1)....... 0........1 Chelsea Shine, So., VA...............(1)....... 0........1 Chelsea Regins, So., GT..............(1)....... 0........1 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt, Fr., NC..........(1)....... 0........1 Porschia Hadley, Fr., VT.............(1)....... 0........1 Jessica Breland, Sr., NC...........(22)....... 0........0 Ayla Brown, Sr., BC....................(3)....... 0........0 Cierra Bravard, So., FS...............(2)....... 0........0 Shanel Harrison, So., VT............(2)....... 0........0 Antionette Howard, Jr., FS.........(2)....... 0........0 Whitny Edwards, So., VA...........(2)....... 0........0 Christina DeWitt, Sr., NC ...........(2)....... 0........0 Jaclyn Thoman, Jr., BC...............(1)....... 0........0 Jasmine Tate, Jr., CU..................(1)....... 0........0 Ariana Moorer, So., VA...............(1)....... 0........0 Brooke Thomas, So., WF............(1)....... 0........0 Enonge Stovall, Sr., VA..............(1)....... 0........0

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poll placing ASSOCIATED PRESS .........................................N.......N.... N....D..... D......D.... D...... J.....J..... J......J.... F..... F...... F..... F.... M...... M.......M Team........................PS... 16..... 23...30.... 7... 14.... 21...28......4.. 11...18... 25.... 1..... 8....15... 23..... 1....... 8..... 15 Connecticut...................1...... 1....... 1......1.....1......1......1..... 1......1..... 1..... 1......1.....1...... 1.......1...... 1...... 1........ 1........1 Stanford........................2...... 2....... 2......2.....2......2......2..... 2......2..... 2..... 2......2.....2...... 2.......2...... 2...... 2........ 2........2 Tennessee......................8...... 6....... 6......6.....4......3......4..... 4......4..... 4..... 3......5.....5...... 5.......5...... 4...... 4........ 4........3 Nebraska.......................-.......-........ -...... -...24....20....14... 13....12... 11..... 7......6.....4...... 3.......3...... 3...... 3........ 3........4 Xavier.........................11...... 9....... 9......9.....8....12....15... 15....16... 14... 11....10.....7...... 6.......6...... 5...... 5........ 5........5 Duke..........................6... 11..... 10...11.... 7..... 7...... 8.....8......9.... 7.....6..... 7.... 6..... 8......8..... 6..... 9....... 7....... 6 Notre Dame..................4...... 5....... 5......5.....3......4......3..... 3......3..... 3..... 4......3.....3...... 4.......4...... 7...... 6........ 6........7 Ohio State.....................3...... 3....... 3......3.....9......8......6..... 6......6..... 5..... 5......4.....8...... 7.......7.... 10.... 10........ 8........8 Texas A&M.....................-.... 15..... 11....10...10....13....10... 10....10..... 8..... 9......8...12.... 13.....15.... 12.... 15...... 11........9 West Virginia..................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-....22... 18... 16....16...11...... 9.......9...... 8...... 7........ 9......10 Florida State............15... 13..... 12...12.. 12... 10.... 12...12....13.. 16...15... 13.. 16... 10....10..... 9..... 8..... 10..... 11 Oklahoma...................13.... 20..... 20....18...16....15....13... 14....14... 13... 13....11...13.... 12.....11.... 11.... 11...... 12......12 Georgetown...................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-... 24... 19....17...18.... 16.....14.... 13.... 12...... 13......13 Baylor...........................7...... 8....... 8......8.....6......6......5..... 5......5..... 9... 10....14...15.... 11.....18.... 17.... 14...... 16......14 St. John’s........................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-...25.... 25.....22.... 18.... 16...... 17......15 Iowa State......................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-..... -.... 20.....13.... 15.... 13...... 14......16 Texas...........................12.... 10..... 13....17...17....17....17... 17....15... 19... 20....19...17.... 14.....12.... 14.... 18...... 15......17 Gonzaga.........................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-...24.... 22.....21.... 19.... 17...... 18......18 Kentucky........................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-...20.... 17.....16.... 16.... 19...... 19......19 Oklahoma State.............-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-....23... 15... 12....15...10.... 15.....17.... 23.... 20...... 20......20 LSU...............................9...... 7....... 7......7.....5......5....11... 11....11... 12... 18....18...19.... 23.....23.... 20.... 21...... 22......21 UCLA..............................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-..... -....... -....... -....... -.......-...... 23......22 Georgia.......................21.... 16..... 14....13...13....11......9..... 9......8..... 6..... 8......9...14.... 19.....20.... 24.... 22...... 24......23 Michigan State............10.... 21..... 25....22...21....16....16... 16....19... 20......-.......-..... -....... -....... -....... -.... 25...... 25......24 Hartford.........................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-..... -....... -....... -.... 25.... 23...... 21......25 Virginia....................14... 12..... 16...14.. 19... 19.... 23...23....21.. 23...25... 21.. 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Middle Tennessee..........-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-......-.......-..... -....... -....... -....... -.......-...... 25......24........ Michigan State............10.... 21..... 25....21...24....20....18... 24....21... 23......-.......-..... -....... -....... -.... 25.... 23...... 24......25........ TCU................................-.......-........ -...... -......-...... -.......-......-.......-......-... 24....21..... -....... -.....25....... -.......-.........-.........-........ Wisconsin-GB.................-.......-........ -...... -......-....24....23... 20....18... 17... 14....22...20....... -....... -....... -.......-.........-.........-........ Syracuse........................-.......-........ -...... -...25....22....24... 23.......-... 25......-.......-..... -....... -....... -....... -.......-.........-.........-........ 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2009-10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - ALL GAMES Boston College’s Carolyn Swords led the nation in field goal percentage in 2009-10 (66.4%).

TOP 20 SCORING LEADERS Player-Team, Class. G Monica Wright-VA, SR.................................... 31 Riquna Williams-UM, SO............................... 36 Shenise Johnson-UM, SO............................... 36 Brigitte Ardossi-GT, SR................................... 33 Jasmine Thomas-DU, JR................................ 36 Italee Lucas-NC, JR........................................ 30 Lele Hardy-CU, SR......................................... 31 Carolyn Swords-BC, JR................................... 32 Cetera DeGraffenreid-NC, JR.......................... 31 Brittany Waters-WF, JR................................... 32 Jacinta Monroe-FS, SR................................... 35 Lynetta Kizer-MD, SO..................................... 34 Bonae Holston-ST, SO.................................... 34 Alex Montgomery-GT, JR................................ 28 Stefanie Murphy-BC, JR................................. 32 Nikitta Gartrell-ST, SR.................................... 34 Diandra Tchatchouang-MD, FR...................... 34 Shaniqua Pauldo-CU, SO............................... 31 Utahya Drye-VT, SR........................................ 30 Mickel Picco-BC, SR....................................... 32

FG 270 253 251 186 206 158 158 188 126 150 176 162 169 114 151 119 155 144 134 120

3FG 31 106 50 0 63 56 40 0 15 34 1 11 1 59 6 24 32 6 3 70

FT 163 95 133 160 102 69 91 85 173 103 108 102 72 46 66 131 50 58 69 50

Pts. 734 707 685 532 577 441 447 461 440 437 461 437 411 333 374 393 392 352 340 360

Field Goal Pct. G C. Swords-BC, JR..................32 T. Hawkins-MD, FR..............34 D. Barnes-UM, SR................35 L. Kizer-MD, SO....................34 C. Shegog-NC, SO................29 J. Monroe-FS, SR..................35 S. Johnson-UM, SO..............36 S. Murphy-BC, JR.................32 B. Ardossi-GT, SR.................33 L. Broomfield-NC, SO...........29

FG 188 133 125 162 112 176 251 151 186 99

FGA 283 234 230 307 217 348 506 307 384 205

Pct .664 .568 .543 .528 .516 .506 .496 .492 .484 .483

Rebounds G Off C. Swords-BC, JR............ 32 111 L. Broomfield-NC, SO..... 29 93 L. Hardy-CU, SR............. 31 92 L. Kizer-MD, SO.............. 34 109 S. Ray-WF, SO................. 31 88 S. Johnson-UM, SO........ 36 106 D. Barnes-UM, SR.......... 35 94 T. Hawkins-MD, FR........ 34 106 B. Ardossi-GT, SR............ 33 95 J. Monroe-FS, SR............ 35 92

Free Throw Pct. G B. Ardossi-GT, SR............. 33 M. Wright-VA, SR............. 31 S. Murphy-BC, JR............. 32 C. Swords-BC, JR.............. 32 N. Gartrell-ST, SR............. 34 C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR... 31 J. Thomas-DU, JR............. 36 I. Lucas-NC, JR................. 30 S. Johnson-UM, SO.......... 36 L. Kizer-MD, SO................ 34

FT 160 163 66 85 131 173 102 69 133 102

FTA 193 201 83 107 165 218 129 88 172 136

Pct .829 .811 .795 .794 .794 .794 .791 .784 .773 .750

Assists G C. Ward-FS, JR....................... 35 C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR......... 31 D. Taylor-MD, FR................... 34 S. Johnson-UM, SO................ 36 K. Gillespie-CU, FR................ 30 J. Thoman-BC, JR.................. 29 N. Davis-VT, JR...................... 28 J. Thomas-DU, JR.................. 36 B. Thomas-WF, SO................. 32 D. Foster-GT, JR..................... 33

3-Pt FG Pct. G 3FG FGA Pct B. Strachan-ST, JR..............34 39 93 .419 L. Bjork-MD, SR..................34 85 208 .409 A. Deluzio-FS, FR...............35 40 99 .404 S. Johnson-UM, SO............36 50 127 .394 S. White-NC, SO.................31 42 111 .378 C. Ward-FS, JR....................35 64 174 .368 A. Harvin-FS, SR................35 64 177 .362 R. Williams-UM, SO...........36 106 294 .361 M. Kastanek-ST, FR............34 65 182 .357 J. Thomas-DU, JR...............36 63 177 .356

Steals G M. Wright-VA, SR..................31 L. Hardy-CU, SR....................31 C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR........31 S. Johnson-UM, SO...............36 J. Thomas-DU, JR..................36 K. Jackson-DU, SR................36 K. Christmas-DU, JR..............36 C. Morris-WF, SR....................30 B. Thomas-WF, SO.................32 A. White-ST, JR......................34

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Def 176 143 154 157 153 170 173 150 147 163

PG 23.7 19.6 19.0 16.1 16.0 14.7 14.4 14.4 14.2 13.7 13.2 12.9 12.1 11.9 11.7 11.6 11.5 11.4 11.3 11.3 Tot 287 236 246 266 241 276 267 256 242 255

3Pt. FGs Per Game G R. Williams-UM, SO............... 36 L. Bjork-MD, SR..................... 34 M. Picco-BC, SR..................... 32 A. Montgomery-GT, JR........... 28 M. Kastanek-ST, FR............... 34 L. Biggs-VT, SR...................... 30 I. Lucas-NC, JR...................... 30 A. Harvin-FS, SR.................... 35 C. Ward-FS, JR....................... 35 J. Thomas-DU, JR.................. 36

3FG 106 85 70 59 65 57 56 64 64 63

PG 2.94 2.50 2.19 2.11 1.91 1.90 1.87 1.83 1.83 1.75

Blocked Shots G Blks. PG W. Rolle-NC, FR..................... 30 72 2.40 J. Monroe-FS, SR................... 35 76 2.17 K. Thomas-DU, JR................. 36 70 1.94 L. Mason-CU, SO.................... 28 38 1.36 C. Swords-BC, JR................... 32 43 1.34 D. Tchatchouang-MD, FR...... 34 44 1.29 C. Shine-VA, SO..................... 31 40 1.29 S. Harrison-VT, SO................. 30 31 1.03 J. Tate-CU, JR........................ 31 32 1.03 S. Bullock-UM, SO................. 36 35 0.97 PG 9.0 8.1 7.9 7.8 7.8 7.7 7.6 7.5 7.3 7.3

Offensive Rebounds G C. Swords-BC, JR................... 32 S. Garcia-WF, FR................... 31 D. Foster-GT, JR..................... 33 L. Broomfield-NC, SO............. 29 L. Kizer-MD, SO..................... 34 T. Hawkins-MD, FR................ 34 L. Hardy-CU, SR.................... 31 S. Johnson-UM, SO................ 36 B. Ardossi-GT, SR................... 33 S. Ray-WF, SO....................... 31

No. 111 104 109 93 109 106 92 106 95 88

PG 3.47 3.35 3.30 3.21 3.21 3.12 2.97 2.94 2.88 2.84

Asts 198 156 171 166 138 123 116 146 126 108

PG 5.66 5.03 5.03 4.61 4.60 4.24 4.14 4.06 3.94 3.27

Defensive Rebounds G C. Swords-BC, JR................... 32 L. Hardy-CU, SR.................... 31 A. Montgomery-GT, JR.......... 28 D. Barnes-UM, SR................. 35 S. Ray-WF, SO........................ 31 L. Broomfield-NC, SO............ 29 S. Johnson-UM, SO............... 36 J. Monroe-FS, SR................... 35 L. Kizer-MD, SO..................... 34 B. Ardossi-GT, SR.................. 33

No. 176 154 139 173 153 143 170 163 157 147

PG 5.50 4.97 4.96 4.94 4.94 4.93 4.72 4.66 4.62 4.45

Stls 115 111 99 111 100 83 79 63 66 67

PG 3.71 3.58 3.19 3.08 2.78 2.31 2.19 2.10 2.06 1.97

Assist/Turnover Ratio G Ast TO C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR...... 31 156 103 S. Johnson-UM, SO............. 36 166 123 C. Ward-FS, JR..................... 35 198 155 J. Thomas-DU, JR................ 36 146 115 N. Davis-VT, JR.................... 28 116 92 D. Taylor-MD, FR................. 34 171 147 K. Gillespie-CU, FR.............. 30 138 120 J. Thoman-BC, JR................ 29 123 107 D. Foster-GT, JR................... 33 108 108 B. Thomas-WF, SO............... 32 126 141

Rat. 1.51 1.35 1.28 1.27 1.26 1.16 1.15 1.15 1.00 0.89

ACC Women’s Basketball


2009-10 TEAM STATISTICS - ALL GAMES Scoring Offense G North Carolina..... 31 Miami.................. 36 Florida State........ 35 Duke.................... 36 Maryland............. 34 Virginia................ 31 Boston College..... 32 Georgia Tech........ 33 NC State............... 34 Clemson............... 31 Virginia Tech........ 30 Wake Forest.......... 32

W-L Points 19-12 2371 22-14 2693 29-6 2582 30-6 2537 21-13 2380 21-10 2160 17-15 2208 23-10 2172 20-14 2194 13-18 1967 15-15 1862 18-14 1949

Scoring Defense G Duke..............................36 Georgia Tech..................33 Wake Forest....................32 Virginia Tech..................30 Florida State..................35 Maryland.......................34 Virginia..........................31 NC State.........................34 Boston College...............32 Miami............................36 North Carolina...............31 Clemson.........................31

PG 76.5 74.8 73.8 70.5 70.0 69.7 69.0 65.8 64.5 63.5 62.1 60.9

Free Throw Pct. G Boston College..... 32 NC State............... 34 Virginia................ 31 Florida State........ 35 Georgia Tech........ 33 Miami.................. 36 Duke.................... 36 Wake Forest.......... 32 Virginia Tech........ 30 North Carolina..... 31 Clemson............... 31 Maryland............. 34

FTM 376 494 522 534 519 521 487 393 339 488 362 407

FTA 490 665 709 744 730 767 725 595 520 752 561 651

Pct. .767 .743 .736 .718 .711 .679 .672 .661 .652 .649 .645 .625

Assists G Florida State.................35 North Carolina..............31 Boston College..............32 Georgia Tech.................33 Clemson........................31 Miami...........................36 Maryland......................34 Virginia Tech.................30 Duke.............................36 Wake Forest...................32 Virginia.........................31 NC State........................34

Ast. 546 477 482 487 445 506 471 415 495 375 363 387

Points 1960 1908 1854 1799 2129 2131 1947 2136 2093 2382 2082 2132

PG 54.4 57.8 57.9 60.0 60.8 62.7 62.8 62.8 65.4 66.2 67.2 68.8

3-Point FG% G Florida State........ 35 Maryland............. 34 Miami.................. 36 NC State............... 34 Boston College..... 32 Duke.................... 36 Virginia Tech........ 30 North Carolina..... 31 Wake Forest.......... 32 Clemson............... 31 Georgia Tech........ 33 Virginia................ 31

3FG 212 215 228 164 188 156 109 135 172 135 89 102

Att. 561 609 669 492 567 512 364 465 608 478 345 406

Pct. .378 .353 .341 .333 .332 .305 .299 .290 .283 .282 .258 .251

Rebound Margin G Maryland............. 34 Duke.................... 36 Georgia Tech........ 33 Florida State........ 35 North Carolina..... 31 Boston College..... 32 Virginia Tech........ 30 Virginia................ 31 Wake Forest.......... 32 Miami.................. 36 NC State............... 34 Clemson............... 31

For 1483 1555 1355 1446 1449 1217 1205 1256 1277 1523 1313 1217

Opp 1166 1231 1104 1230 1306 1079 1088 1142 1178 1451 1293 1258

Mar. 9.3 9.0 7.6 6.2 4.6 4.3 3.9 3.7 3.1 2.0 0.6 -1.3

FG 159 122 144 180 146 149 202 187 185 203 162 129

Att. 624 457 507 629 488 492 640 590 573 602 480 381

Pct. .255 .267 .284 .286 .299 .303 .316 .317 .323 .337 .338 .339

Turnover Margin. G Duke.................... 36 Virginia................ 31 Miami.................. 36 North Carolina..... 31 Georgia Tech........ 33 NC State............... 34 Wake Forest.......... 32 Florida State........ 35 Clemson............... 31 Virginia Tech........ 30 Boston College..... 32 Maryland............. 34

For 637 510 601 629 622 640 608 663 617 547 577 643

Opp 819 659 736 688 662 678 635 667 615 519 485 526

Mar. 5.06 4.81 3.75 1.90 1.21 1.12 0.84 0.11 -0.06 -0.93 -2.88 -3.44

PG 5.71 5.17 5.03 4.29 4.08 3.87 3.74 3.67 3.22 3.03 2.50 2.39

Asst/Turnover...... G Miami.................. 36 Boston College..... 32 Florida State........ 35 Georgia Tech........ 33 Duke.................... 36 Virginia Tech........ 30 North Carolina..... 31 Maryland............. 34 Clemson............... 31 Virginia................ 31 Wake Forest.......... 32 NC State............... 34

For 506 482 546 487 495 415 477 471 445 363 375 387

Opp 601 577 663 622 637 547 629 643 617 510 608 640

Mar. 0.84 0.84 0.82 0.78 0.78 0.76 0.76 0.73 0.72 0.71 0.62 0.60

Scoring Margin G Duke.................... 36 Florida State........ 35 North Carolina..... 31 Miami.................. 36 Georgia Tech........ 33 Maryland............. 34 Virginia................ 31 Boston College..... 32 Wake Forest.......... 32 Virginia Tech........ 30 NC State............... 34 Clemson............... 31

Off. 70.5 73.8 76.5 74.8 65.8 70 69.7 69 60.9 62.1 64.5 63.5

Def. 54.4 60.8 67.2 66.2 57.8 62.7 62.8 65.4 57.9 60 62.8 68.8

Mar. 16.0 12.9 9.3 8.6 8.0 7.3 6.9 3.6 3.0 2.1 1.7 -5.3

3FG% Defense G North Carolina..... 31 Wake Forest.......... 32 Georgia Tech........ 33 Florida State........ 35 Virginia Tech........ 30 NC State............... 34 Miami.................. 36 Duke.................... 36 Virginia................ 31 Maryland............. 34 Boston College..... 32 Clemson............... 31

Field Goal Pct. G Florida State........ 35 Boston College..... 32 Maryland............. 34 Duke.................... 36 Miami.................. 36 North Carolina..... 31 Georgia Tech........ 33 Virginia Tech........ 30 Virginia................ 31 NC State............... 34 Clemson............... 31 Wake Forest.......... 32

FGM 918 822 879 947 972 874 782 707 768 768 735 692

FGS 2079 1863 2004 2273 2349 2117 1930 1751 1937 2002 1933 1872

Pct. .442 .441 .439 .417 .414 .413 .405 .404 .396 .384 .380 .370

Blocked Shots G Blocks North Carolina..............31 177 Duke.............................36 186 Clemson........................31 156 Florida State.................35 150 Miami...........................36 147 Virginia.........................31 120 Maryland......................34 127 Virginia Tech.................30 110 Boston College..............32 103 Wake Forest...................32 97 NC State........................34 85 Georgia Tech.................33 79

FG%. Defense G Duke.................... 36 Florida State........ 35 North Carolina..... 31 Maryland............. 34 Virginia Tech........ 30 Wake Forest.......... 32 Virginia................ 31 Georgia Tech........ 33 Miami.................. 36 Boston College..... 32 NC State............... 34 Clemson............... 31

FGM 676 757 763 780 669 645 668 695 859 755 774 752

FGA 1925 2095 2057 2094 1769 1703 1736 1797 2196 1924 1963 1803

Pct. .351 .361 .371 .372 .378 .379 .385 .387 .391 .392 .394 .417

Steals G Duke.............................36 Virginia.........................31 Miami...........................36 North Carolina..............31 Georgia Tech.................33 Clemson........................31 Wake Forest...................32 NC State........................34 Florida State.................35 Virginia Tech.................30 Maryland......................34 Boston College..............32

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Steals 480 351 398 338 351 316 326 339 296 214 205 192

PG 13.33 11.32 11.06 10.9 10.64 10.19 10.19 9.97 8.46 7.13 6.03 6.00

PG 15.60 15.39 15.06 14.76 14.35 14.06 13.85 13.83 13.75 11.72 11.71 11.38

For the second consecutive season Duke ranked second nationally in steals per game. The Blue Devils averaged 13.3 takeaways per contest, matching their mark from the 2008-09 campaign.

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2009-10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS - ACC GAMES TOP 20 SCORING LEADERS Player-Team, Class. G Monica Wright-VA, SR.................................... 14 Shenise Johnson-UM, SO............................... 14 Brigitte Ardossi-GT, SR................................... 14 Riquna Williams-UM, SO............................... 14 Jasmine Thomas-DU, JR................................ 14 Italee Lucas-NC, JR........................................ 15 Lele Hardy-CU, SR......................................... 14 Cetera DeGraffenreid-NC, JR.......................... 15 Jacinta Monroe-FS, SR................................... 14 Carolyn Swords-BC, JR................................... 14 Stefanie Murphy-BC, JR................................. 14 Secily Ray-WF, SO.......................................... 14 Courtney Ward-FS, JR.................................... 14 Lynetta Kizer-MD, SO..................................... 14 Utahya Drye-VT, SR........................................ 14 Lori Bjork-MD, SR.......................................... 14 Alysha Harvin-FS, SR..................................... 14 Bonae Holston-ST, SO.................................... 14 Alex Montgomery-GT, JR................................ 14 Nikitta Gartrell-ST, SR.................................... 14 Field Goal Pct. G C. Swords-BC, JR..................14 D. Barnes-UM, SR................14 C. Shegog-NC, SO................15 T. Hawkins-MD, FR..............14 J. Monroe-FS, SR..................14 U. Drye-VT, SR......................14 L. Broomfield-NC, SO...........14 K. Thomas-DU, JR................14 D. Foster-GT, JR....................14 L. Kizer-MD, SO....................14

FG 77 44 55 44 71 72 45 42 56 63

FGA 119 81 107 86 139 142 90 84 114 129

Free Throw Pct. G S. Thomas-CU, JR............. 11 M. Wright-VA, SR............. 14 S. Pauldo-CU, SO............. 14 B. Ardossi-GT, SR............. 14 N. Gartrell-ST, SR............. 14 B. Johnson-BC, SR............ 13 C. Swords-BC, JR.............. 14 I. Lucas-NC, JR................. 15 C. Ward-FS, JR.................. 14 J. Monroe-FS, SR.............. 14

FT FTA Pct 22 25 .880 92 105 .876 30 35 .857 92 109 .844 62 74 .838 42 52 .808 33 41 .805 39 49 .796 31 39 .795 45 57 .789

Steals G Steals L. Hardy-CU, SR.................... 14 57 S. Johnson-UM, SO............... 14 52 M. Wright-VA, SR.................. 14 47 J. Thomas-DU, JR.................. 14 43 C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR........ 15 45 C. Morris-WF, SR.................... 14 33 C. Ward-FS, JR....................... 14 33 K. Jackson-DU, SR................ 14 33 B. Ardossi-GT, SR.................. 14 31 L. Ellison-ST, SR.................... 14 30

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Pct .647 .543 .514 .512 .511 .507 .500 .500 .491 .488

PG 4.07 3.71 3.36 3.07 3.00 2.36 2.36 2.36 2.21 2.14

FG 128 99 86 88 78 78 72 60 71 77 71 59 56 63 72 56 55 70 58 43

3FG 12 18 0 35 24 30 18 8 0 0 2 11 33 5 2 40 33 1 26 10

FT 92 49 92 34 37 39 35 73 45 33 41 48 31 43 28 20 21 23 21 62

Pts. 360 265 264 245 217 225 197 201 187 187 185 177 176 174 174 172 164 164 163 158

PG 25.7 18.9 18.9 17.5 15.5 15 14.1 13.4 13.4 13.4 13.2 12.6 12.6 12.4 12.4 12.3 11.7 11.7 11.6 11.3

3FG 40 35 33 33 30 30 26 26 24 24

PG 2.86 2.50 2.36 2.36 2.14 2.00 1.86 1.86 1.71 1.71

Blocked Shots G Blks. PG W. Rolle-NC, FR..................... 14 39 2.79 C. Shine-VA, SO..................... 14 25 1.79 J. Monroe-FS, SR................... 14 24 1.71 D. Tchatchouang-MD, FR...... 14 23 1.64 L. Mason-CU, SO.................... 13 21 1.62 K. Thomas-DU, JR................. 14 20 1.43 J. Tate-CU, JR........................ 14 15 1.07 T. Hawkins-MD, FR................ 14 15 1.07 C. Swords-BC, JR................... 14 15 1.07 S. Murphy-BC, JR.................. 14 14 1.00 Offensive Rebounds G L. Broomfield-NC, SO............14 S. Johnson-UM, SO...............14 B. Mitchell-DU, SR................14 D. Foster-GT, JR.....................14 S. Ray-WF, SO........................14 L. Kizer-MD, SO.....................14 S. Goodlett-GT, SO.................14 B. Ardossi-GT, SR..................14 S. Garcia-WF, FR....................14 J. Cheek-DU, SR....................14 C. Swords-BC, JR...................14 K. Thomas-DU, JR.................14

No. 45 45 44 43 41 41 41 40 39 39 39 39

PG 3.21 3.21 3.14 3.07 2.93 2.93 2.93 2.86 2.79 2.79 2.79 2.79

Defensive Rebounds G Off Def Tot PG B. Ardossi-GT, SR...................14 40 80 120 8.6 J. Monroe-FS, SR...................14 37 78 115 8.2 S. Ray-WF, SO.......................14 41 72 113 8.1 L. Hardy-CU, SR....................14 45 66 111 7.9 C. Swords-BC, JR...................14 37 71 108 7.7 L. Broomfield-NC, SO.............14 39 69 108 7.7 L. Kizer-MD, SO.....................14 41 64 105 7.5 S. Murphy-BC, JR..................14 45 56 101 7.2 U. Drye-VT, SR.......................14 33 64 97 6.9 A. Montgomery-GT, JR...........14 39 57 96 6.9

No. 80 78 72 71 69 66 64 64 61 61

PG 5.71 5.57 5.14 5.07 4.93 4.71 4.57 4.57 4.36 4.36

3Pt FG Pct. G 3FG FGA Pct B. Strachan-ST, JR............14 18 37 .486 C. Ward-FS, JR..................14 33 73 .452 L. Bjork-MD, SR................14 40 96 .417 S. Thomas-CU, JR.............11 13 33 .394 S. White-NC, SO...............15 21 54 .389 N. Davis-VT, JR.................12 15 39 .385 M. Kastanek-ST, FR..........14 30 79 .380 B. Johnson-BC, SR............13 14 37 .378 A. Harvin-FS, SR..............14 33 90 .367 K. Shields-BC, FR.............14 17 47 .362 Rebounds G B. Ardossi-GT, SR.............14 J. Monroe-FS, SR.............14 S. Ray-WF, SO...................14 L. Broomfield-NC, SO......14 L. Hardy-CU, SR...............14 C. Swords-BC, JR..............14 L. Kizer-MD, SO...............14 S. Johnson-UM, SO..........14 S. Murphy-BC, JR............14 K. Thomas-DU, JR...........14

3Pt. FGs Per Game G L. Bjork-MD, SR..................... 14 R. Williams-UM, SO............... 14 A. Harvin-FS, SR.................... 14 C. Ward-FS, JR....................... 14 M. Kastanek-ST, FR............... 14 I. Lucas-NC, JR...................... 15 A. Montgomery-GT, JR........... 14 M. Picco-BC, SR..................... 14 J. Thomas-DU, JR.................. 14 L. Biggs-VT, SR...................... 14

Assists G Assists C. Ward-FS, JR....................... 14 79 D. Taylor-MD, FR................... 14 65 C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR........ 15 69 J. Thoman-BC, JR.................. 14 63 S. Johnson-UM, SO............... 14 60 B. Thomas-WF, SO................. 14 58 K. Gillespie-CU, FR................ 14 55 N. Davis-VT, JR...................... 12 47 D. Foster-GT, JR..................... 14 48 J. Thomas-DU, JR.................. 14 48

PG 5.64 4.64 4.60 4.50 4.29 4.14 3.93 3.92 3.43 3.43

Assist/Turnover Ratio G Ast C. DeGraffenreid-NC, JR...... 15 69 S. Johnson-UM, SO............. 14 60 N. Davis-VT, JR.................... 12 47 K. Jackson-DU, SR.............. 14 43 C. Ward-FS, JR..................... 14 79 B. Johnson-BC, SR............... 13 42 J. Thomas-DU, JR................ 14 48 D. Foster-GT, JR................... 14 48 J. Thoman-BC, JR................ 14 63 A. Moorer-VA, SO................ 14 42

TO 48 46 38 37 73 39 46 46 62 43

Rat. 1.44 1.30 1.24 1.16 1.08 1.08 1.04 1.04 1.02 0.98

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2009-10 TEAM STATISTICS - ACC GAMES Scoring Offense G Florida State........ 14 North Carolina..... 15 Miami.................. 14 Boston College..... 14 Duke.................... 14 Virginia................ 14 Maryland............. 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 NC State............... 14 Wake Forest.......... 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 Clemson............... 14

W-L Points 12-2 1040 6-8 1058 4-10 980 6-8 957 12-2 944 9-5 930 5-9 895 8-6 894 7-7 872 7-7 834 4-10 814 4-10 813

Scoring Defense G Duke..............................14 Florida State..................14 Wake Forest....................14 Virginia..........................14 Georgia Tech..................14 NC State.........................14 Virginia Tech..................14 Boston College...............14 Maryland.......................14 Clemson.........................14 North Carolina...............15 Miami............................14

Points 734 855 857 889 897 902 918 943 962 974 1061 1017

PG 74.3 70.5 70.0 68.4 67.4 66.4 63.9 63.9 62.3 59.6 58.1 58.1

Free Throw Pct. G Boston College..... 14 Virginia................ 14 NC State............... 14 Florida State........ 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 Duke.................... 14 Wake Forest.......... 14 Clemson............... 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 Miami.................. 14 North Carolina..... 15 Maryland............. 14

FTM 186 227 200 209 226 178 185 158 159 190 213 156

FTA 233 296 261 277 322 259 276 237 239 289 326 259

Pct. .798 .767 .766 .755 .702 .687 .670 .667 .665 .657 .653 .602

Assists G Boston College..............14 Florida State.................14 Georgia Tech.................14 Duke.............................14 North Carolina..............15 Clemson........................14 Virginia Tech.................14 Miami...........................14 Maryland......................14 NC State........................14 Wake Forest...................14 Virginia.........................14

PG 52.4 61.1 61.2 63.5 64.1 64.4 65.6 67.4 68.7 69.6 70.7 72.6

3-Point FG% G Florida State........ 14 NC State............... 14 Maryland............. 14 Boston College..... 14 Miami.................. 14 Duke.................... 14 North Carolina..... 15 Virginia Tech........ 14 Wake Forest.......... 14 Clemson............... 14 Virginia................ 14 Georgia Tech........ 14

3FG 95 70 79 77 84 60 69 49 77 49 37 30

Att. 236 202 238 241 274 198 231 174 275 186 167 138

Pct. .403 .347 .332 .320 .307 .303 .299 .282 .280 .263 .222 .217

Rebound Margin G Duke.................... 14 Maryland............. 14 Florida State........ 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 Virginia................ 14 Boston College..... 14 North Carolina..... 15 Wake Forest.......... 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 NC State............... 14 Clemson............... 14 Miami.................. 14

For 613 580 558 555 548 508 646 525 494 508 488 527

Opp 502 510 489 490 531 502 664 544 545 561 566 635

Mar. 7.9 5.0 4.9 4.6 1.2 0.4 -1.2 -1.4 -3.6 -3.8 -5.6 -7.7

FG 56 75 57 55 59 59 72 67 73 61 55 89

Att. 227 302 213 190 202 198 235 217 224 176 157 230

Pct. .247 .248 .268 .289 .292 .298 .306 .309 .326 .347 .350 .387

Turnover Margin. G Miami.................. 14 Duke.................... 14 Virginia................ 14 NC State............... 14 Wake Forest.......... 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 Clemson............... 14 North Carolina..... 15 Florida State........ 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 Boston College..... 14 Maryland............. 14

For 231 256 246 269 253 293 279 307 290 258 263 298

Opp 299 322 279 298 252 290 273 298 276 226 227 209

Mar. 4.86 4.71 2.36 2.07 -0.07 -0.21 -0.43 -0.60 -1.00 -2.29 -2.57 -6.36

PG 5.50 5.27 4.64 4.29 3.86 3.71 3.57 3.14 3.07 2.79 2.07 1.79

Asst/Turnover...... G For Boston College..... 14........214 Duke.................... 14........192 Miami.................. 14........169 Florida State........ 14........211 Virginia Tech........ 14........181 Georgia Tech........ 14........198 North Carolina..... 15........204 Clemson............... 14........182 NC State............... 14........165 Wake Forest.......... 14........150 Maryland............. 14........168 Virginia................ 14........138

Opp 263 256 231 290 258 293 307 279 269 253 298 246

Mar. 0.81 0.75 0.73 0.73 0.7 0.68 0.66 0.65 0.61 0.59 0.56 0.56

Scoring Margin G Duke.................... 14 Florida State........ 14 Virginia................ 14 Boston College..... 14 North Carolina..... 15 Georgia Tech........ 14 Wake Forest.......... 14 NC State............... 14 Miami.................. 14 Maryland............. 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 Clemson............... 14

Off. 67.4 74.3 66.4 68.4 70.5 63.9 59.6 62.3 70.0 63.9 58.1 58.1

Def. Mar. 52.4 15 61.1 13.2 63.5 2.9 67.4 1.0 70.7 -0.2 64.1 -0.2 61.2 -1.6 64.4 -2.1 72.6 -2.6 68.7 -4.8 65.6 -7.4 69.6 -11.5

3FG% Defense G Florida State........ 14 North Carolina..... 15 Duke.................... 14 NC State............... 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 Wake Forest.......... 14 Virginia................ 14 Miami.................. 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 Boston College..... 14 Clemson............... 14 Maryland............. 14

Field Goal Pct. G Florida State........ 14 Boston College..... 14 Maryland............. 14 Duke.................... 14 North Carolina..... 15 Virginia................ 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 Miami.................. 14 Clemson............... 14 NC State............... 14 Wake Forest.......... 14

FGM 368 347 330 353 388 333 319 303 353 303 301 286

FGS 814 804 793 890 982 847 815 775 916 828 824 786

Pct. .452 .432 .416 .397 .395 .393 .391 .391 .385 .366 .365 .364

Blocked Shots G Blocks Duke.............................14 77 North Carolina..............15 79 Clemson........................14 65 Virginia.........................14 60 Maryland......................14 54 Virginia Tech.................14 52 Miami...........................14 50 Florida State.................14 44 Boston College..............14 43 Wake Forest...................14 39 Georgia Tech.................14 29 NC State........................14 25

FG%. Defense G Duke.................... 14 Florida State........ 14 North Carolina..... 15 Wake Forest.......... 14 Maryland............. 14 Virginia................ 14 Boston College..... 14 Virginia Tech........ 14 NC State............... 14 Georgia Tech........ 14 Miami.................. 14 Clemson............... 14

FGM 247 314 388 298 344 320 347 341 330 334 357 348

FGA 753 854 1018 769 884 816 867 843 806 803 845 801

Pct. .328 .368 .381 .388 .389 .392 .400 .405 .409 .416 .422 .434

Steals G Duke.............................14 Miami...........................14 NC State........................14 Georgia Tech.................14 Clemson........................14 North Carolina..............15 Virginia.........................14 Wake Forest...................14 Florida State.................14 Boston College..............14 Virginia Tech.................14 Maryland......................14

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Steals 175 155 151 149 143 146 131 129 122 96 90 80

PG 12.50 11.07 10.79 10.64 10.21 9.73 9.36 9.21 8.71 6.86 6.43 5.71

Ast. 214 211 198 192 204 182 181 169 168 165 150 138

PG 15.29 15.07 14.14 13.71 13.60 13.00 12.93 12.07 12.00 11.79 10.71 9.86

Florida State is coming off one of the best seasons in program history, which featured its first trip to the Elite Eight and a school record 29 victories. The ‘Noles were also regular season co-ACC Champions for the second consecutive season.

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2009-10 FRESHMEN STATISTICS - ALL GAMES TOP 20 SCORING LEADERS Player, Class, Team G Diandra Tchatchouang-MD............................ 34 Marissa Kastanek-ST..................................... 34 Sandra Garcia-WF.......................................... 31 Tianna Hawkins-MD...................................... 34 Alexa Deluzio-FS........................................... 35 Chasity Clayton-FS......................................... 35 Stefanie Yderstrom-UM.................................. 30 Alyssa Fenyn-VT............................................. 30 Morgan Stroman-UM..................................... 36 Waltiea Rolle-NC............................................ 30 Allison Vernerey-DU....................................... 36 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt-NC.................................... 30 China Crosby-VA............................................ 13 Dara Taylor-MD.............................................. 34 Lexie Gerson-VA............................................. 30 Lakevia Boykin-WF........................................ 32 Jackie Nared-MD........................................... 33 Simone Egwu-VA........................................... 31 Keyrra Gillespie-CU........................................ 30 Porschia Hadley-VT........................................ 28

FG 155 127 111 133 104 114 78 90 83 77 98 71 25 70 50 57 56 55 41 52

3FG 32 65 7 0 40 10 47 1 0 0 0 6 4 9 14 17 18 0 3 0

FT 50 50 70 48 43 42 22 44 97 50 46 39 23 38 35 18 19 28 48 19

Pts. 392 369 299 314 291 280 225 225 263 204 242 187 77 187 149 149 149 138 133 123

PG 11.5 10.9 9.6 9.2 8.3 8 7.5 7.5 7.3 6.8 6.7 6.2 5.9 5.5 5 4.7 4.5 4.5 4.4 4.4

Field Goal Pct. G M. Nwachukwu-BC................. 19 T. Hawkins-MD....................... 34 C. Davis-FS.............................. 32 S. Egwu-VA............................. 31 W. Rolle-NC............................. 30 L. Rodriguez-FS....................... 15 P. Hadley-VT............................ 28 C. Robertson-Warren-NC......... 31 A. Vernerey-DU....................... 36 A. Williams-WF....................... 30

FG FGA Pct 12 17 .706 133 234 .568 33 59 .559 55 104 .529 77 151 .510 16 32 .500 52 105 .495 51 104 .490 98 201 .488 45 101 .446

Assists G Assists D. Taylor-MD..............................34 171 K. Gillespie-CU...........................30 138 C. Crosby-VA...............................13 30 S. Yderstrom-UM........................30 64 A. Fenyn-VT................................30 48 S. Taylor-GT................................33 49 T. Ruffin-Pratt-NC.......................30 44 A. Deluzio-FS..............................35 50 M. Kastanek-ST..........................34 48 D. Tchatchouang-MD.................34 47

PG 5.03 4.60 2.31 2.13 1.60 1.48 1.47 1.43 1.41 1.38

Free Throw % (min 10 md) G S. Yderstrom-UM.................. 30 L. Gerson-VA........................ 30 A. Deluzio-FS....................... 35 M. Kastanek-ST.................... 34 C. Crosby-VA......................... 13 S. Garcia-WF........................ 31 M. Stroman-UM................... 36 M. Walker-WF....................... 24 C. Davis-FS........................... 32 L. Boykin-WF........................ 32

FT FTA Pct 22 26 .846 35 43 .814 43 53 .811 50 64 .781 23 30 .767 70 95 .737 97 136 .713 17 24 .708 27 39 .692 18 26 .692

Steals G Steals M. Stroman-UM........................ 36 64 K. Gillespie-CU.......................... 30 43 M. Kastanek-ST......................... 34 47 T. Ruffin-Pratt-NC...................... 30 38 C. Crosby-VA.............................. 13 16 D. Taylor-MD............................. 34 40 L. Gerson-VA............................. 30 29 A. Fenyn-VT............................... 30 29 A. Williams-WF......................... 30 28 S. Yderstrom-UM....................... 30 26

PG 1.78 1.43 1.38 1.27 1.23 1.18 .97 .97 .93 .87

Blocked Shots G W. Rolle-NC............................... 30 D.Tchatchouang-MD................. 34 T. Hawkins-MD......................... 34 C. Robertson-Warren-NC........... 31 A.Vernerey-DU.......................... 36 E.Townsend-MD........................ 19 M.Stroman-UM......................... 36 S.Garcia-WF.............................. 31 P. Hadley-VT.............................. 28 T. McCall-VA.............................. 30

PG 2.40 1.29 .97 .81 .81 .79 .67 .61 .54 .50

3Pt FG Pct. (min 10 md) G 3FG FGA Pct A. Deluzio-FS......................... 35 40 99 .404 C. Clayton-FS.......................... 35 10 27 .370 M. Kastanek-ST...................... 34 65 182 .357 K. Shields-BC......................... 32 37 107 .346 L. Boykin-WF.......................... 32 17 53 .321 D. Tchatchouang-MD............. 34 32 103 .311 S. Yderstrom-UM.................... 30 47 159 .296 j. Nared-MD........................... 33 18 66 .273 L. Gerson-VA........................... 30 14 69 .203 Rebounds G T. Hawkins-MD................34 S. Garcia-WF....................31 M. Stroman-UM...............36 T. Ruffin-Pratt-NC.............30 D. Tchatchouang-MD.......34 C. Clayton-FS...................35 A. Vernerey-DU................36 W. Rolle-NC......................30 A. Fenyn-VT......................30 S. Egwu-VA......................31

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Off 106 104 97 68 73 71 68 61 51 54

Def 150 117 114 98 110 115 107 75 78 78

Tot 256 221 211 166 183 186 175 136 129 132

PG 7.5 7.1 5.9 5.5 5.4 5.3 4.9 4.5 4.3 4.3

No. 72 44 33 25 29 15 24 19 15 15

Wake Forest’s Sandra Garcia ... Made an immediate impact in her first season ... a center from the Miami suburb of Hollywood, Fla., averaged 9.6 pts per game (3rd in ACC freshmen) and 7.1 rbs (2nd in ACC freshmen) ... a two-time ACC Rookie of the Week recipient ... one of only three ACC players to log at least ten games with ten or more rebounds. Maryland’s Diandra Tchatchouang ... started every game in 2009-10 ... scored in double-digits in 19-of-34 games ... finished No. 8 in Terp freshmen record books in pts (392) and rbs (183), No. 3 in bks (44), No. 7 in 3’s-made (32) and No. 6 in 3’s attempted (371) ... was No. 6 in the league in blocked shots (44) ... scored a career-high in pts with 25 on 9-for-15 shooting from the field against St. Joseph’s. Duke’s Allison Vernerey ... Saw action in all 36 contests, earning the starting nod in 5 games ... avg 6.7 pts, 4.9 rbs, 0.4 asts & 0.8 bks per contest ... recorded two doubledoubles on the season ... selected to the All-ACC Freshman Team ... earned ACC Rookie of the Week honors twice ... notched a career-high 20 pts & 3 bks against NC State ... started 4-straight contests in the heart of the ACC slate ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team. Florida State’s Chasity Clayton ... Named to the 2010 All-ACC Freshman Team ... played in all 35 games & started 16 of final 17 contests ... finished 5th on the team in minutes, 5th in scoring avg (8 ppg) & 2nd in rbs (5. rpg) ... scored a combined 36 points in postseason play... named ACC Rookie of the Week after back-to-back doubledouble performances ... scored in double figures on 11 different occasions.

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2010-11 ACC BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

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FSN . ............................................. Fox Sports Net and affiliates FSN-FL................................ Fox Sports Net Regional, SunSports FSN-SO...................................... Fox Sports Net Regional, South FSN-CR.................................Fox Sports Net Regional, Carolinas FSN-SS...............................Fox Sports Net Regional, SportSouth RSN.................................... Regional Sports Network (includes: ...............................FSN South, SunSports, Comcast Sports Net, ........................................... and New England Sports Network) CSS ............................................................. Comcast Sports Net

Friday, November 12 Kennesaw State at Miami........................................... Noon College of Charleston at NC State............................... Noon (Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational) North Florida at North Carolina..................................4:00p Boston College at Boston University...........................5:00p Georgia State at Georgia Tech.....................................5:00p UNC Greensboro at Clemson.......................................5:30p Presbyterian at Virginia Tech......................................5:30p Alabama State at Florida State...................................6:00p Virginia at Hofstra......................................................7:00p Saturday, November 13 Monmouth at Maryland..............................................5:00p BYU at Duke.................................................................. TBA Creighton/Liberty at NC State....................................... TBA (Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational) Sunday, November 14 Charleston Southern at Clemson.................................2:00p Georgia Tech at Old Dominion....................................2:00p Mt. St. Mary’s at Virginia............................................2:00p Wofford at Virginia Tech..............................................2:00p North Carolina Central at Wake Forest........................2:00p Monday, November 15 Hartford at Boston College..........................................7:00p Southern California at Duke........................................7:00p Florida State at Auburn..............................................7:00p Tuesday, November 16 Maryland at Georgetown............................................7:00p Wednesday, November 17 Kennesaw State at Georgia Tech.................................5:00p Robert Morris at North Carolina..................................7:00p NC State at Alabama..................................................7:00p Miami at Nebraska.....................................................8:00p Thursday, November 18 Duke at Auburn..........................................................7:00p Colorado State at Florida State...................................7:00p Towson at Maryland...................................................7:00p Virginia at Tennessee (FSN-SS)...................................7:00p Elon at Virginia Tech...................................................7:00p South Carolina State at Wake Forest...........................7:00p Clemson at South Carolina (FSN-SO & CR).................7:00p Friday, November 19 Boston College vs. Dartmouth.....................................5:00p (Vermont Classic) Prairie View A&M at Georgia Tech..............................5:00p Coastal Carolina at North Carolina..............................8:00p Saturday, November 20 NC State at Richmond.................................................2:00p Boston College at Vermont..........................................3:00p (Vermont Classic) Miami (OH) at Miami.................................................... TBA Sunday, November 21 Kennesaw State at Clemson........................................2:00p Western Kentucky at Duke..........................................2:00p Vanderbilt at Florida State..........................................2:00p Connecticut at Georgia Tech........................................2:00p American at Maryland................................................2:00p Longwood at Virginia.................................................2:00p Virginia Commonwealth at Virginia Tech....................2:00p William & Mary at Wake Forest...................................2:00p Western Carolina at North Carolina.............................3:00p Monday, November 22 UAB at Miami.............................................................7:00p Tuesday, November 23 Furman at Clemson.....................................................7:00p Old Dominion at NC State...........................................7:00p

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Wednesday, November 24 Duke at Pittsburgh......................................................7:00p

Friday, December 3 Middle Tennessee State at Georgia Tech.....................7:00p

Thursday, November 25 Virginia vs. Iowa State................................................4:15p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) Georgia Tech vs. Georgetown......................................8:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) Virginia Tech vs. Florida Gulf Coast............................... TBA (Carribean Classic)

Saturday, December 4 Florida State at Western Carolina...............................2:00p Drexel at Virginia........................................................7:00p Georgetown at Wake Forest.........................................7:00p

Friday, November 26 Virginia vs. West Virginia ...........................................2:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) Boston College vs. Seton Hall.....................................3:15p (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) NC State at Nevada....................................................4:00p (Nevada Tournament) Wake Forest vs. Butler.................................................4:00p (Notre Dame Tournament) North Carolina vs. Washington State..........................6:30p (Rainbow Wahine Classic) Maryland at East Carolina..........................................6:30p (East Carolina Classic) Florida State vs. Alabama..........................................8:00p (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) Georgia Tech vs. Tennessee.........................................8:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) Florida Atlantic University at Miami............................. TBA (Miami Tournament) Virginia Tech vs. Iowa................................................... TBA (Carribean Classic) Saturday, November 27 Boston College vs. Auburn/Sacred Heart.................1/3:15p (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) Virginia vs. TCU .........................................................2:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) Wake Forest at Notre Dame........................................2:00p (Notre Dame Tournament) Maryland vs. Massachusetts.......................................4:00p (East Carolina Classic) Duke at Charlotte........................................................5:00p Georgia Tech vs. Missouri............................................5:45p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) NC State vs. Minnesota/San Diego State................8/10:00p (Nevada Tournament) UNC Greensboro/Eastern Illinois at Miami.................... TBA (Miami Tournament) North Carolina vs. Illinois/Long Beach State................. TBA (Rainbow Wahine Classic) Florida State vs. Arizona State/Providence................... TBA (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) Sunday, November 28 Wake Forest vs. IUPUI................................................. Noon (Notre Dame Tournament) South Carolina State at Clemson.................................2:00p North Carolina vs. TBA.................................................. TBA (Rainbow Wahine Classic) Monday, November 29 Southern University at Miami.....................................7:00p Tuesday, November 30 Duke at James Madison..............................................7:00p

Wednesday, December 1 Wake Forest at Michigan (Big Ten Network)...............6:30p Michigan State at Florida State..................................7:00p Northwestern at Georgia Tech.....................................7:00p NC State at Illinois (Big Ten Network)........................8:30p Thursday, December 2 Maryland at Purdue (Big Ten Network)......................6:30p Penn State at Boston College......................................7:00p Indiana at Clemson.....................................................7:00p Iowa at North Carolina...............................................7:00p Virginia at Ohio State (BigTenNetwork.com)..............7:00p Virginia Tech at Minnesota (BigTenNetwork.com)......8:00p Duke at Wisconsin (Big Ten Network).........................8:30p

Sunday, December 5 Boston College at Massachusetts................................2:00p Presbyterian at Clemson.............................................2:00p Georgia at Georgia Tech (CSS)....................................2:00p Appalachian State at Maryland..................................2:00p Cal Bakersfield at Miami............................................2:00p Southern California at NC State..................................2:00p Winthrop at Virginia Tech...........................................2:00p Monday, December 6 Texas A&M at Duke (Jimmy V Classic) (ESPN2)..........7:00p Radford at Virginia.....................................................7:00p Tuesday, December 7 Maryland at Loyola (Md.)...........................................7:00p Georgetown at Miami.................................................7:00p Wednesday, December 8 Boston College at Holy Cross......................................7:00p East Tennessee State at North Carolina......................7:00p Thursday, December 9 Albany at Duke...........................................................7:00p Friday, December 10 UMBC at Maryland.....................................................7:00p Saturday, December 11 Alcorn State at Miami.................................................2:00p Robert Morris at Virginia Tech....................................2:00p Sunday, December 12 Rutgers at Boston College...........................................1:00p Clemson at Samford....................................................2:00p Duke at Oklahoma State.............................................2:00p Jacksonville State at Florida State (FSN-FL)...............2:00p UNLV at North Carolina...............................................2:00p NC State at South Carolina (FSN-SO & CR).................2:00p Tuesday, December 14 Wake Forest at South Florida......................................7:00p Wednesday, December 15 UCF at Florida State....................................................6:00p Clemson at UAB..........................................................7:00p Thursday, December 16 Presbyterian at NC State.............................................4:00p Friday, December 17 Wake Forest at Jacksonville........................................7:00p Saturday, December 18 Virginia Tech at William & Mary.................................1:00p Oakland at Clemson....................................................2:00p UC Riverside at Miami................................................5:00p Florida State at Yale....................................................7:00p UMBC at Virginia........................................................7:00p Sunday, December 19 UNC Wilmington at Boston College............................ Noon North Carolina vs. South Carolina...............................3:00p (Myrtle Beach Convention Center) Maryland at Delaware State.......................................4:00p Monday, December 20 Maryland - Eastern Shore at Wake Forest...................7:00p NC State vs. Florida A&M...........................................8:00p (Long Beach State Tournament) Clemson vs. Baylor.....................................................8:15p (Sunsplash Tournament, Bahamas) Virginia at James Madison........................................... TBA Tuesday, December 21 Miami at Mississippi................................................... Noon Florida State at Connecticut (ESPNU).........................7:00p Xavier at Duke............................................................7:00p Georgia Tech at Portland State....................................7:00p

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2010-11 ACC BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Radford at Virginia Tech.............................................7:00p NC State at Long Beach State.....................................8:00p (Long Beach State Tournament) Wednesday, December 22 Furman at Wake Forest...............................................7:00p Boston College at Michigan........................................7:00p Clemson vs. Syracuse..................................................8:15p (Sunsplash Tournament, Bahamas) Thursday, December 23 Georgia Tech at Washington.......................................5:00p Tuesday, December 28 LaSalle at Maryland................................................... Noon (Terrapin Classic) College of Charleston at North Carolina......................2:00p Fairfield at NC State....................................................4:00p North Carolina A&T at Virginia...................................7:00p (Cavalier Classic) Florida at Florida State...............................................7:00p George Washington at Miami.....................................7:00p (Miami Tournament) Mercer at Georgia Tech...............................................7:00p Wednesday, December 29 Liberty/St. John’s at Maryland.......................... Noon/2:30p (Terrapin Classic) Appalachian State at Wake Forest..............................2:00p Holy Cross/East Tennessee State at Virginia.............4:30/7p (Cavalier Classic) Alcorn State at Virginia Tech.......................................7:00p (Hilton Garden Classic) Thursday, December 30 Northeastern at Boston College..................................7:00p Clemson at Georgetown..............................................7:00p Temple at Duke...........................................................7:00p Stetson at Florida State...............................................7:00p Tennessee State at Georgia Tech.................................7:00p Vanderbilt/Delaware at Virginia Tech.........................7:00p (Hilton Garden Classic) Morgan State at Miami...............................................8:00p (Miami Tournament) Friday, December 31 Princeton at Wake Forest.............................................2:00p North Carolina at Gardner-Webb.................................3:00p Saturday, January 1 Lipscomb at Miami.....................................................2:00p Sunday, January 2 Jacksonville State at Georgia Tech..............................2:00p Maryland at St. Joseph’s............................................2:00p Florida State at Missouri.............................................3:00p Virginia Tech at Charlotte............................................3:00p Monday, January 3 Dayton at Boston College............................................7:00p North Carolina A&T at Clemson..................................7:00p North Carolina Central at North Carolina....................7:00p Richmond at Virginia..................................................7:00p SMU at Wake Forest....................................................7:00p Tuesday, January 4 Kentucky at Duke (ESPNU).........................................7:00p Thursday, January 6 Harvard at Boston College..........................................7:00p Clemson at NC State...................................................7:00p Florida State at Virginia Tech......................................7:00p North Carolina at Georgia Tech...................................7:00p Maryland at Duke (RSN).............................................7:00p Miami at Virginia........................................................7:00p Hampton at Wake Forest.............................................7:00p Sunday, January 9 North Carolina at Boston College (RSN)......................1:00p Miami at Virginia Tech................................................2:00p Virginia at Florida State (FSN-FL)...............................3:00p Georgia Tech at Clemson (CSS)...................................3:00p Monday, January 10 Wake Forest at NC State (RSN)....................................7:00p

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Thursday, January 13 Boston College at Maryland........................................7:00p Virginia at Georgia Tech..............................................7:00p Virginia Tech at Wake Forest.......................................7:00p Friday, January 14 Duke at Florida State (RSN)........................................6:30p NC State at North Carolina..........................................7:00p Clemson at Miami (RSN).............................................8:30p Sunday, January 16 Boston College at Miami (RSN)...................................1:00p Duke at Virginia Tech..................................................2:00p Pennsylvania at Virginia.............................................2:00p Maryland at Clemson..................................................3:00p

Friday, February 11 Georgia Tech at Florida State (RSN)............................6:30p Duke at Wake Forest (RSN).........................................8:30p Sunday, February 13 Miami at North Carolina (RSN)...................................1:00p Boston College at Duke...............................................2:00p Virginia at Maryland...................................................2:00p NC State at Georgia Tech (ESPN2)..............................5:00p Monday, February 14 Virginia Tech at Clemson (RSN)..................................7:00p

Monday, January 17 Georgia Tech at Wake Forest (RSN).............................7:00p Connecticut at North Carolina (ESPN2).......................7:00p

Thursday, February 17 Miami at Boston College.............................................7:00p Clemson at Georgia Tech.............................................7:00p NC State at Virginia Tech............................................7:00p Florida State at Wake Forest.......................................7:00p Duke at Maryland.......................................................7:30p

Thursday, January 20 NC State at Boston College.........................................7:00p Florida State at Clemson (CSS)...................................7:00p Wake Forest at North Carolina....................................7:00p

Sunday, February 20 Virginia Tech at Duke.................................................. Noon Boston College at Virginia (RSN)................................1:00p Maryland at Florida State (ESPN2).............................3:00p

Friday, January 21 Georgia Tech at Duke (RSN)........................................6:30p Maryland at Virginia (RSN)........................................8:30p

Monday, February 21 Wake Forest at Miami.................................................7:00p North Carolina at NC State (RSN)...............................7:00p

Sunday, January 23 Boston College at Georgia Tech (RSN)........................1:00p Virginia Tech at Virginia.............................................2:00p Clemson at Wake Forest..............................................2:00p North Carolina at Maryland (ESPN2)..........................5:00p Duke at NC State (Fox National).................................5:00p

Thursday, February 24 Boston College at NC State.........................................7:00p Duke at Virginia..........................................................7:00p Florida State at Miami (CSS).......................................7:00p Georgia Tech at North Carolina...................................7:00p Wake Forest at Clemson..............................................7:00p Virginia Tech at Maryland...........................................7:30p

Monday, January 24 Miami at Florida State (RSN)......................................7:00p Wednesday, January 26 Clemson at Duke.........................................................7:00p Thursday, January 27 Florida State at Boston College...................................7:00p Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech......................................7:00p NC State at Miami.......................................................7:00p

Sunday, February 27 Maryland at Boston College........................................1:00p Virginia at Virginia Tech (RSN)...................................1:00p Clemson at Florida State.............................................2:00p Miami at Georgia Tech................................................2:00p NC State at Wake Forest..............................................2:00p North Carolina at Duke (Fox National)........................5:00p

Friday, January 28 Virginia at North Carolina (RSN).................................6:30p Wake Forest at Maryland (RSN)..................................8:30p Sunday, January 30 Florida State at NC State (RSN)..................................1:00p Virginia at Clemson.....................................................2:00p Longwood at Maryland...............................................2:00p Virginia Tech at North Carolina...................................2:00p Georgia Tech at Miami (CSS).......................................3:00p Monday, January 31 Boston College at Wake Forest (RSN)..........................7:00p Duke at Connecticut (ESPN2).....................................7:00p Wednesday, February 2 North Carolina at Florida State (FSN-FL)....................7:00p Thursday, February 3 Virginia Tech at Boston College..................................7:00p Miami at Duke............................................................7:00p Maryland at Georgia Tech...........................................7:00p Wake Forest at Virginia...............................................7:00p Sunday, February 6 NC State at Maryland (RSN)....................................... Noon Clemson at Boston College..........................................1:00p Wake Forest at Virginia Tech.......................................2:00p Monday, February 7 Duke at North Carolina (ESPN2).................................7:00p Florida State at Virginia (RSN)...................................7:00p Thursday, February 10 North Carolina at Clemson..........................................7:00p Maryland at Miami.....................................................7:00p Virginia at NC State....................................................7:00p Longwood at Virginia Tech.........................................7:00p

ACC Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum) Thursday, March 3 Game 1: Seed #5 vs. Seed #12 (RSN)...................11:00a Game 2: Seed #8 vs. Seed #9 (RSN).......................3:00p Game 3: Seed #7 vs. Seed #10 (ACC Select)...........6:00p Game 4: Seed #6 vs. Seed #11 (ACC Select)...........8:00p Friday, March 4 Game 5: Seed #4 vs. Gm 1 win (RSN)...................11:00a Game 6: Seed #1 vs. Gm 2 win (RSN).....................3:00p Game 7: Seed #2 vs. Gm 3 win (ACC Select)...........6:00p Game 8: Seed #3 vs. Gm 4 win (ACC Select)...........8:00p Saturday, March 5 Game 9: ACC Semifinal 1 (Fox National)..................1:00p Game 10: ACC Semifinal 2 (Fox National)................3:30p Sunday, March 6 Game 11: Championship Game (Fox National)........1:00p Seeds and Game times may change. Sunday, March 13 Kennessaw State at North Carolina............................4:00p

ACC Women’s Basketball


2010-11 ACC TELEVISION SCHEDULE Date................................................................................................................. Game.........................................................................Network.........................................Time Thursday, November 18..............................................................................Clemson at South Carolina....................................................FSN - South & Carolinas............................... 7:00p Thursday, November 18..................................................................................Virginia at Tennessee............................................................. FSN - SportSouth..................................... 7:00p Wednesday, December 1......................................................... Wake Forest at Michigan (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)........................................Big Ten Network..................................... 6:30p Wednesday, December 1.............................................................. NC State at Illinois (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)............................................Big Ten Network..................................... 8:30p Thursday, December 2.................................................................Maryland at Purdue (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)...........................................Big Ten Network..................................... 6:30p Thursday, December 2.................................................................. Duke at Wisconsin (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)............................................Big Ten Network..................................... 8:30p Sunday, December 5.....................................................................................Georgia at Georgia Tech......................................................................CSS............................................... 2:00p Monday, December 6.........................................................................Texas A&M at Duke (Jimmy V Classic)........................................................ ESPN2............................................. 7:00p Sunday, December 12...........................................................................Jacksonville State at Florida State...................................................... FSN - Florida........................................ 2:00p Sunday, December 12................................................................................ NC State at South Carolina....................................................FSN - South & Carolinas............................... 2:00p Tuesday, December 21.............................................................................. Florida State at Connecticut................................................................ ESPNU............................................. 7:00p Tuesday, January 4........................................................................................... Kentucky at Duke........................................................................ ESPNU............................................. 7:00p Thursday, January 6......................................................................................... Maryland at Duke......................................................................... RSN............................................... 7:00p Sunday, January 9.................................................................................North Carolina at Boston College.............................................................. RSN............................................... 1:00p Sunday, January 9....................................................................................... Georgia Tech at Clemson.....................................................................CSS............................................... 3:00p Sunday, January 9....................................................................................... Virginia at Florida State.............................................................. FSN - Florida........................................ 3:00p Monday, January 10.....................................................................................Wake Forest at NC State..................................................................... RSN............................................... 7:00p Friday, January 14..........................................................................................Duke at Florida State....................................................................... RSN............................................... 6:30p Friday, January 14............................................................................................ Clemson at Miami......................................................................... RSN............................................... 8:30p Sunday, January 16..................................................................................... Boston College at Miami.................................................................... RSN............................................... 1:00p Monday, January 17................................................................................. Georgia Tech at Wake Forest.................................................................. RSN............................................... 7:00p Monday, January 17................................................................................ Connecticut at North Carolina.............................................................. ESPN2............................................. 7:00p Thursday, January 20.................................................................................. Florida State at Clemson.....................................................................CSS............................................... 7:00p Friday, January 21..........................................................................................Georgia Tech at Duke....................................................................... RSN............................................... 6:30p Friday, January 21.......................................................................................... Maryland at Virginia....................................................................... RSN............................................... 8:30p Sunday, January 23................................................................................ Boston College at Georgia Tech............................................................... RSN............................................... 1:00p Sunday, January 23...................................................................................North Carolina at Maryland................................................................ ESPN2............................................. 5:00p Sunday, January 23...........................................................................................Duke at NC State....................................................................Fox National......................................... 5:00p Monday, January 24......................................................................................Miami at Florida State...................................................................... RSN............................................... 7:00p Friday, January 28...................................................................................... Virginia at North Carolina................................................................... RSN............................................... 6:30p Friday, January 28.......................................................................................Wake Forest at Maryland.................................................................... RSN............................................... 8:30p Sunday, January 30.....................................................................................Florida State at NC State.................................................................... RSN............................................... 1:00p Sunday, January 30.......................................................................................Georgia Tech at Miami.......................................................................CSS............................................... 3:00p Monday, January 31................................................................................Boston College at Wake Forest................................................................ RSN............................................... 7:00p Monday, January 31....................................................................................... Duke at Connecticut...................................................................... ESPN2............................................. 7:00p Wednesday, February 2.......................................................................... North Carolina at Florida State........................................................ FSN - Florida........................................ 7:00p Sunday, February 6........................................................................................ NC State at Maryland....................................................................... RSN................................................Noon Monday, February 7...................................................................................... Duke at North Carolina................................................................... ESPN2............................................. 7:00p Monday, February 7..................................................................................... Florida State at Virginia..................................................................... RSN............................................... 7:00p Friday, February 11...................................................................................Georgia Tech at Florida State................................................................. RSN............................................... 6:30p Friday, February 11......................................................................................... Duke at Wake Forest........................................................................ RSN............................................... 8:30p Sunday, February 13.................................................................................... Miami at North Carolina.................................................................... RSN............................................... 1:00p Sunday, February 13..................................................................... NC State at Georgia Tech (February Frenzy).................................................... ESPN2............................................. 5:00p Monday, February 14................................................................................... Virginia Tech at Clemson.................................................................... RSN............................................... 7:00p Sunday, February 20...................................................................................Boston College at Virginia................................................................... RSN............................................... 1:00p Sunday, February 20................................................................................... Maryland at Florida State................................................................. ESPN2............................................. 3:00p Monday, February 21................................................................................. North Carolina at NC State................................................................... RSN............................................... 7:00p Thursday, February 24...................................................................................Florida State at Miami.......................................................................CSS............................................... 7:00p Sunday, February 27.................................................................................... Virginia at Virginia Tech..................................................................... RSN............................................... 1:00p Sunday, February 27..................................................................................... North Carolina at Duke...............................................................Fox National......................................... 5:00p Thursday, March 3.................................................................. ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (First Round)............................................... RSN............................................. 11:00a Thursday, March 3.................................................................. ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (First Round)............................................... RSN............................................... 3:00p Friday, March 4......................................................................ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (Quarterfinals).............................................. RSN............................................. 11:00a Friday, March 4......................................................................ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (Quarterfinals).............................................. RSN............................................... 3:00p Saturday, March 5...................................................................ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (Semifinals)..........................................Fox National......................................... 1:00p Saturday, March 5...................................................................ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (Semifinals)..........................................Fox National......................................... 3:30p Sunday, March 6...................................................................ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament (Championship).......................................Fox National......................................... 1:00p

All Times Eastern Standard Time & Subject to Change Fox National - Fox Sports Net and all affiliates, including (FSN - Florida; FSN - Carolinas; FSN - South; FSN - SportSouth) RSN - Regional Sports Network (FSN - South, FSN - Florida, Comcast SportsNet, New England Sports Network (NESN))

ACC in LIGHTS

• The Blue Devils were a perfect 5-0 on the league’s regional sports network (Comcast SportsNet, Fox Sports Net South, Fox Sports Net Florida, and New England Sports Network). In addition, Duke finished 12-3 (.800) on the big screen last year. • Florida State (11-3, .786) and Duke posted over a 75 percent winning percentage when featured on television in 2009-10. • The Atlantic Coast Conference was 11-11 (.500) against non-conference foes in front of a national televised audience during the 2009-10 season.

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ACC ON THE BIG SCREEN IN 2009-10 School Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Totals

RSN 1-2 1-2 5-0 3-2 4-4 1-5 1-1 3-3 3-1 3-4 0-3 3-2 28-29

FSN 0-1 0-0 3-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-5

ESPN ESPN2 ESPNU 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-1 0-0 0-1 4-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 10-9 0-0

CBS 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2

BTN 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-1

CSS OTHER Totals 0-0 0-0 2-3 1-1 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 12-3 0-0 3-0 11-3 0-0 0-0 5-6 0-0 0-0 2-7 0-1 0-1 1-5 0-0 1-0 5-8 0-0 0-0 5-3 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-1 0-4 0-0 0-0 3-2 1-2 4-2 52-52

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2010 – 2011

She Can Play!® MEET THE

TEAMS A Tradition of Excellence…Then, Now and Always


A LOOK AHEAD

all-acc returning forces ROSTER RETURNEES

CAROLYN SWORDS Boston College 14.4 ppg; .664 FG% 1st-team All-ACC

JASMINE THOMAS Duke 16.0 ppg; 2.78 spg 1st-team All-ACC

SHENISE JOHNSON Miami 19.0 ppg; 3.08 spg 1st-team All-ACC

COURTNEY RIQUNA WARD WILLIAMS Florida State Miami 5.66 apg; .368 3-FG% 19.6 ppg; 2.94 3FGpg 2nd-team All-ACC 2nd-team All-ACC

Years School # Starters # Letter Lettered Boston College......... 3.............. 4.............13 Clemson................... 1.............. 9.............14 Duke........................ 3.............. 6.............15 Florida State............ 3.............. 7.............12 Georgia Tech............ 4............ 10.............19 Maryland................. 4.............. 8.............12 Miami...................... 3.............. 6...............9 North Carolina......... 6............ 10.............20 NC State.................. 3.............. 9.............18 Virginia.................... 4............ 10.............18 Virginia Tech............ 3............ 10.............13 Wake Forest............. 4............ 11.............18 Totals.................. 41......... 100......... 181 ACC BY CLASS

ITALEE LUCAS North Carolina 14.7 ppg; .784 FT% 2nd-team All-ACC

ALEX MONTGOMERY Georgia Tech 11.9 ppg; 2.11 3FGpg 3rd-team All-ACC

LYNETTA KIZER Maryland 12.9 ppg; 7.8 rpg 3rd-team All-ACC

CETERA DEGRAFFENREID North Carolina 14.2 ppg; 5.03 apg 3rd-team All-ACC

SECILY RAY Wake Forest 11.2 ppg; 7.8 rpg 3rd-team All-ACC

As a league, the ACC returns 41 of last year’s 60 starters and 100 letterwinners for the 2010-11 season.

Six players who led the ACC in nine different statistical categories in 2009-10 are slated to return:

North Carolina returns not only its starting five, but also redshirt-senior Jessica Breland, who was sidelined last season due to an illness.

*Carolyn Swords, BC (FG%, .664) *Brittany Strachan, ST (3pt FG%, .419) *Carolyn Swords, BC (Rebounds 9.0 rpg) *Courtney Ward, FS (Assists, 5.66 apg) *Riquna Williams, UM (3pt FG, 2.94 pg) * Waltea Rolle, NC (Blocked Shots, 2.4 bpg) *Carolyn Swords, BC (Off. Rebounds, 3.47 orpg) *Carolyn Swords, BC (Def. Rebounds, 5.5 drpg) *Cetera DeGraffenreid, NC (Assist/Turnover, 1.51)

Thirteen of the ACC’s Top 20 scorers and seven of the Top 10 return from a year ago, including the Miami tandem of Shenise Johnson and Riquna Williams, the ACC’s No. 2 and No. 3 point leaders. Ten out of a possible 15 players who received All-ACC first-, second- or third-team honors return for the 2010-11 season, including three of the five first-team members - Carolyn Swords, BC; Jasmine Thomas, DU; and Shenise Johnson, UM. The 12 ACC schools are represented by 181 years of experience as North Carolina boasts a league-high 20 years of letterwinners’ experience. The ACC returns 23 starters that participated in the 2010 NCAA Tournament, and 34 of the 45 starters from all postseason play a year ago. Boston College’s Carolyn Swords, who led the nation in FG percentage the past two consecutive years (67.8, 2009 and 66.4, 2010), returns for her senior campaign. Only one player from last year’s All-Defensive team returns, Shenise Johnson (UM).

ACC Women’s Basketball

Thirty-seven (37) ACC players return to the hardwood after registering at least one doubledouble in 2009-10. The 37 individuals combined for 114 double-doubles, while Carolyn Swords, BC (12) and Shenise Johnson, UM (10) had doubledigit double-doubles. All of last year’s top 10 assist leaders, top 10 assist/turnover margin leaders, and nine of the top 10 blocked shot leaders return for the 2009-10 season. According to ESPN’s HoopGurlz, the ACC will boast the No. 1 and No. 2 incoming freshman classes in the country. The five-member Duke class is ranked No. 1 nationally and is the best recruiting class in the Blue Devils’ program history with four studentathletes in the top 33 of the rankings. Maryland’s incoming recruiting class, which consists of five top 100 players, was tabbed at No. 2.

School Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Boston College........5.........2........ 1........3 Clemson..................4.........1........ 6........1 Duke.......................5.........2........ 2........3 Florida State...........4.........4........ 1........2 Georgia Tech...........4.........4........ 6........2 Maryland................5.........4........ 4........0 Miami.....................5.........3........ 4........0 North Carolina........2.........4........ 3........4 NC State..................5.........2........ 4........3 Virginia...................3.........5........ 4........2 Virginia Tech...........5.........5........ 1........3 Wake Forest.............4.........5........ 2........3 ACC BY STATE & COUNTRY North Carolina . .... 24 Georgia................. 21 Florida.................. 15 Virginia................. 14 Maryland................ 9 Pennsylvania.......... 9 New York................ 6 New Jersey............. 5 Ohio........................ 4 Washington (DC)..... 4 Colorado................. 3 California................ 3 South Carolina........ 3 Alabama................. 2 Delaware................ 2 Massachusetts........ 2 Nebraska................ 2 New Hampshire...... 2 Texas....................... 2 West Virginia........... 2 Alaska..................... 1

Illinois............... 1 Louisiana.......... 1 Kentucky........... 1 Michigan.......... 1 Minnesota......... 1 Mississippi........ 1 Missouri............ 1 Nevada............. 1 New Mexico...... 1 Oklahoma......... 1 Tennessee......... 1 Washington....... 1 33 US States Sweden............. 4 France............... 2 Bahamas........... 1 England............ 1 Spain................ 1 Intl. Totals.....11

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Boston College Stefanie Murphy

THE 2010-11 EAGLES

Forward, Senior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

Center, Senior

Hometown (Last School)

01 Alyssa Fressle

G

5-10

2L R-Jr.

Highlands Ranch, CO (Highlands Ranch)

03 Tessah Holt

G

5-5

1L R-So.

Fayetteville, GA (Fayette County)

10 Kerri Shields

G

5-9

1L

So.

Drexel Hill, PA (Bishop John Carroll)

11 Jaclyn Thoman

G

5-9

3L

Sr.

Highlands Ranch, CO (Highlands Ranch)

20 Shayra Brown

G

5-9

HS

Fr.

Brooklyn, NY (Bishop Ford)

5-11 HS

Fr.

Holtsville, NY (Sachem East High)

21 Kristen Doherty

Carolyn Swords

Ht. Exp. Cl.

G/F

30 Carolyn Swords

C

6-6

3L

Sr.

Sudbury, MA (Lincoln-Sudbury)

31 Tiffany Ruffin

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

Seabrook, NH (Winnacunnet)

32 Stefanie Murphy

F

6-4

3L

Sr.

Londonderry, NH (Londonderry Sr.)

33 Korina Chapman

F

5-11 HS

Fr.

Albuquerque, NM (Cibola)

6-3

Fr.

Methuen, MA (Central Catholic)

45 Katie Zenevitch

F/C

HS

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:.....................Sylvia Crawley Career Record:................... 78-52 (4 yrs) Record at BC:..................... 40-27 (2 yrs) Alma Mater:..................North Carolina (‘94) Assistant Coaches: ....................Stephanie Lawrence Yelton ........................................... Geoff Lanier ........................................ Angelita Forte Dir. of WBK Ops:............. Quintana Ward 2009-10 Record:............................17-15 2009-10 ACC Record:.............. 6-8 (t7th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 4/5 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 3/2 NCAA Appearances/Last:.............. 7/2006

Location:.................... Chestnut Hill, MA Founded:........................................ 1863 Enrollment:................................. 14,500 Nickname:...................................Eagles Colors:.........................Maroon and Gold Arena:..... Silvio O. Conte Forum (8,606) President:........Rev. William P. Leahy, SJ Athletic Director:...........Gene DeFilippo FAR:.......................Robert A. Taggart, Jr. SWA:..............................Jody Mooradian SID Contact:............. Stephanie Tunnera Email:......................... tunnera@bc.edu Phone:............................. 617.552.3004 Press Row:....................... 617.552.8989 Website:.................. www.bceagles.com

2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N12 N15 N19 N20 N26 N27

D2

D5 D8 D12 D19 D22 D30 J3 J6 J9 J13 J16 J20 J23 J27 J31 F3 F6 F13 F17 F20 F24 F27 M3-6

Opponent................... Record Against.... TV......Time at Boston University................. 8-8........................ 5:00p Hartford.................................... 7-0........................ 7:00p vs. Dartmouth........................... 8-0........................ 5:00p (Vermont Classic) at Vermont................................ 5-2........................ 3:00p (Vermont Classic) vs. Seton Hall......................... 26-13...................... 3:15p (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) vs. Auburn/Sacred Heart.......0-0/2-1.................. 1/3:15p (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) Penn State................................ 0-1........................ 7:00p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) at Massachusetts...................... 8-4........................ 2:00p at Holy Cross........................... 23-7....................... 7:00p Rutgers.................................... 8-13....................... 1:00p UNC Wilmington....................... 0-0......................... Noon at Michigan.............................. 0-2........................ 7:00p Northeastern.......................... 13-13...................... 7:00p Dayton...................................... 1-0........................ 7:00p Harvard.................................... 8-8........................ 7:00p North Carolina.......................... 1-4..............RSN.... 1:00p at Maryland............................. 1-10....................... 7:00p at Miami................................. 16-18............RSN.... 1:00p NC State................................... 5-6........................ 7:00p at Georgia Tech......................... 4-3..............RSN.... 1:00p Florida State............................. 1-6........................ 7:00p at Wake Forest.......................... 3-2..............RSN.... 7:00p Virginia Tech............................. 6-9........................ 7:00p Clemson.................................... 4-2........................ 1:00p at Duke..................................... 2-7........................ 2:00p Miami..................................... 16-18...................... 7:00p at Virginia................................ 1-7..............RSN.... 1:00p at NC State............................... 5-6........................ 7:00p Maryland................................. 1-10....................... 1:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

BOSTON COLLEGE AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT

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ACC Women’s Basketball


Boston College 2009-10 STATISTICS (17-15, 6-8 ACC) 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 30 Carolyn Swords.......... 32..... 32......... 871......27.2...... 188.... 283.......664......... 0........ 0.......000.... 85.... 107......794.. 111....176.....287....9.0......99..... 4..... 31.....80....43...... 30....... 461.......14.4 ...................................... 14..... 14......... 394......28.1........ 77.... 119.......647......... 0........ 0.......000.... 33...... 41......805.... 39......69.....108....7.7......45..... 3..... 13.....35....15...... 16....... 187.......13.4 32 Stefanie Murphy........ 32..... 24......... 877......27.4...... 151.... 307.......492......... 6...... 15.......400.... 66...... 83......795.... 72....132.....204....6.4......94..... 3..... 29.....66....30...... 21....... 374.......11.7 ...................................... 14..... 13......... 405......28.9........ 71.... 156.......455......... 2........ 6.......333.... 41...... 52......788.... 33......64.......97....6.9......38..... 1..... 14.....27....14...... 13....... 185.......13.2 33 Mickel Picco............... 32..... 31....... 1000......31.3...... 120.... 338.......355....... 70.... 212.......330.... 50...... 58......862.... 22......64.......86....2.7......17..... 0..... 83.....53......0...... 25....... 360.......11.3 ...................................... 14..... 14......... 454......32.4........ 52.... 143.......364....... 26...... 82.......317.... 27...... 31......871.... 13......27.......40....2.9........8..... 0..... 34.....26......0...... 10....... 157.......11.2 22 Brittanny Johnson...... 31..... 26......... 794......25.6........ 81.... 186.......435....... 23...... 62.......371.... 56...... 76......737.... 39......50.......89....2.9......96..... 3..... 83.....87......3...... 26....... 241.........7.8 ....................................... 13..... 11......... 387......29.8........ 41...... 96.......427....... 14...... 37.......378.... 42...... 52......808.... 18......23.......41....3.2......45..... 1..... 42.....39......2...... 13....... 138.......10.6 23 Jasmine Gill............... 32....... 6......... 540......16.9........ 73.... 174.......420....... 15...... 39.......385.... 47...... 69......681.... 27......63.......90....2.8......51..... 1..... 44.....70......2...... 17....... 208.........6.5 ....................................... 14....... 3......... 202......14.4........ 18...... 55.......327......... 5...... 16.......313.... 15...... 20......750.... 12......23.......35....2.5......19..... 1..... 10.....30......1........ 7......... 56.........4.0 11 Jaclyn Thoman.......... 29..... 28......... 849......29.3........ 71.... 200.......355....... 26...... 82.......317.... 18...... 23......783.... 14......60.......74....2.6......52..... 1... 123...107......3...... 32....... 186.........6.4 ....................................... 14..... 13......... 408......29.1........ 30...... 99.......303......... 9...... 38.......237.... 11...... 12......917...... 8......28.......36....2.6......26..... 1..... 63.....62......1...... 21......... 80.........5.7 01 Ayla Brown................ 32..... 11......... 765......23.9........ 70.... 192.......365......... 6...... 24.......250.... 40...... 54......741.... 41....119.....160....5.0......50..... 0..... 51.....58....16...... 26....... 186.........5.8 ....................................... 14....... 1......... 298......21.3........ 27...... 65.......415......... 2...... 11.......182.... 11...... 14......786.... 15......45.......60....4.3......22..... 0..... 22.....24......9...... 10......... 67.........4.8 10 Kerri Shields.............. 32....... 2......... 396......12.4........ 45.... 124.......363....... 37.... 107.......346...... 7...... 11......636.... 15......25.......40....1.3......29..... 0..... 15.....19......0........ 9....... 134.........4.2 ....................................... 14....... 1......... 206......14.7........ 23...... 57.......404....... 17...... 47.......362...... 5........ 9......556...... 5......12.......17....1.2......15..... 0..... 10.......9......0........ 6......... 68.........4.9 24 Mary Nwachukwu..... 19....... 0......... 109........5.7........ 12...... 17.......706......... 0........ 1.......000...... 4........ 6......667.... 11......10.......21....1.1......11..... 0....... 2.....11......5........ 2......... 28.........1.5 ......................................... 7....... 0........... 31........4.4.......... 6........ 9.......667......... 0........ 1.......000...... 1........ 2......500...... 3........2.........5....0.7........3..... 0....... 1.......4......1........ 0......... 13.........1.9 05 Kelsey Reynolds......... 26....... 0......... 225........8.7........ 11...... 42.......262......... 5...... 25.......200...... 3........ 3...1.000...... 0........4.........4....0.2......20..... 0..... 21.....16......1........ 4......... 30.........1.2 ......................................... 9....... 0........... 40........4.4.......... 2........ 5.......400......... 2........ 3.......667...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........1.........1....0.1........4..... 0....... 5.......2......0........ 0........... 6.........0.7 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 73......89.....162....5.1........0.....................10............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 31......37.......68....4.9........0.......................5............................................ Boston College................ 32........................................... 822.. 1863.......441..... 188.... 567.......332.. 376.... 490......767.. 425....792...1217..38.0....519... 12... 482...577..103.... 192..... 2208.......69.0 ....................................... 14........................................... 347.... 804.......432....... 77.... 241.......320.. 186.... 233......798.. 177....331.....508..36.3....225..... 7... 214...263....43...... 96....... 957.......68.4 Opponents...................... 32........................................... 755.. 1924.......392..... 162.... 480.......338.. 421.... 580......726.. 428....651...1079..33.7....460...... -... 352...485....92.... 259..... 2093.......65.4 ....................................... 14........................................... 347.... 867.......400....... 61.... 176.......347.. 188.... 255......737.. 207....295.....502..35.9....203..... 4... 167...227....42.... 118....... 943.......67.4

2009-10 RESULTS

BC Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N14........ at Harvard......................................... -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 81-82 N19........ at Rutgers.......................................... -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 53-59 N22........ Vermont............................................. -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 65-84 N24........ Holy Cross......................................... -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 90-57

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS

3-POINT

YR

FG-FGA PCT

GMS FG-FGA

PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

1980 statistics not available 1981 statistics not available

(SMU Tournament, Austin, Texas) N27........ vs. Fresno State................................. -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 83-75 N28........ at SMU.............................................. -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 69-68

1982 statistics not available 1984

27 676-1552

.436

325-488

.658 1028-38.1 1677-62.1

(Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D2.......... at Iowa ............................................. -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 72-67

1985

28 700-1604

.436

407-587

.697 1001-35.8 1808-64.6

1986

29 771-1727

.446

398-571

.697 1135-39.1 1940-66.9

D5.......... Monmouth . ...................................... -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 75-49 D10........ Michigan .......................................... -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 70-76

1987

29 771-1680

.459

395-529

.747 1099-37.9 2166-74.7

1988

28 770-1684

.457

85-214 .397 231-335

.690 986-35.2 1856-66.3

1989

28 702-1535

.457

35-103 .340 293-413

.709 899-32.1 1733-61.9

1990

29 776-1652

.470

31-100 .310 445-629

.707 1019-35.1 2028-69.9

1991

28 790-1776

.445

62-166 .373 414-565

.733 1108-39.6 2056-73.4

1992

28 713-1749

.408

92-262 .351 381-505

.754 1020-36.4 1899-67.8

(Surf ‘N Slam Tournament) D28........ vs. California..................................... -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 81-69 D30........ at San Diego...................................... -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 56-61

1993

27 678-1646

.412

73-256 .285 410-563

.728 1047-38.8 1839-68.1

1994

27 674-1652

.408

110-309 .356 440-641

.686 954-35.3 1898-70.3

J3........... Boston University.............................. -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 69-61 J7........... Dartmouth......................................... -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 84-46 J10......... NC State............................................ -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 83-66 J14......... at Maryland...................................... -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 65-72 J17......... Georgia Tech...................................... -.........-.......21.....-......... W, 77-51 J21......... Virginia.............................................. -.........-.......25... 22......... L, 68-70 J24......... at Florida State.................................. -.........-.......15... 16......... L, 64-85 J29......... at Clemson........................................ -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 65-68 J31......... Miami................................................ -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 72-64 F4........... Duke.................................................. -.........-........6..... 6......... W, 61-57 F11......... at North Carolina............................... -.........-.......18... 20........ W, 69-62 F14......... Wake Forest....................................... -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 56-60 F19......... at NC State........................................ -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 62-73 F21......... at Virginia Tech................................. -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 64-69 F25......... Maryland........................................... -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 83-70 F28......... at Miami............................................ -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 68-76

1995

27 604-1617

.374

69-251 .275 325-532

.611 1201-44.5 1602-59.3

1996

27 657-1550

.424

89-301 .296 311-478

.651 987-36.6 1714-63.5

1997

28 624-1465

.426

114-311 .367 462-630

.733 1001-35.2 1824-65.1

1998

28 687-1566

.439

119-290 .410 466-620

.752 1041-37.2 1959-70.0

1999

30 775-1694

.457

105-315 .330 446-606

.736 1114-37.1 2100-70.0

2000

35 913-2011

.454

164-431 .381 514-685

.750 1297-37.1 2504-71.5

2001

29 699-1612

.434

124-337 .368 404-554

.729 1089-37.6 1926-66.4

2002

31 813-1833

.444

129-344 .375 356-510

.698 1167-37.6 2111-68.1

2003

31 833-1797

.464

120-315 .381 397-515

.771 1100-35.5 2183-70.4

2004

34 882-1804

.489

126-339 .372 495-644

.769 1168-34.4 2385-70.1

2005

30 758-1578

.480

116-291 .399 381-516

.738 1116-37.2 2013-67.1

2006

33 850-1810

.470

117-352 .332 433-569

.761 1281-38.8 2250-68.2

2007

29 661-1587

.417

113-352 .321 307-406

.765 1072-37.0 1742-60.1

2008

33 818-1747

.468

119-384 .310 354-518

.683 1225-37.1 2109-63.9

2009

35 946-2119

.446

165-495 .333 401-581

.690 1457-41.6 2458-70.2

2010

32 822-1863

.441

188-567 .332 376-490

.767 1217-38.0 2208-69.0

(Maggie Dixon Classic) D13........ vs. Baylor.......................................... -.........-........6..... 6.......... L, 55-68 D20........ Wright State...................................... -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 62-56

(ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4......... vs. #10 Virginia Tech........................ -.........-........ -.......-......... W, 62-49 M5......... vs. #2 Florida State.......................... -.........-........8..... 6......... W, 67-60 M6......... vs. #6 NC State................................. -.........-........ -.......-.......... L, 57-63

ACC Women’s Basketball

1983 statistics not available

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Boston College Sylvia Crawley Sylvia Crawley, who was chosen to take over the Boston College women’s basketball team in April 2008, becoming the sixth head coach in the history of the women’s basketball program, enters her third year at the helm of the Eagles...Crawley led the 2009-10 squad to a 17-15 overall record…In 2009 Crawley led the Eagles to a 23-12 finish and captured the runner-up mark in the Women’s NIT, falling to South Florida in the championship game ... Crawley, a native of Steubenville, Ohio, led Ohio University from 2006-08 and an impressive 20-13 record in her final season with the Bobcats, which was the first time the program earned 20 wins since 1994-95...Crawley’s team went 10-6 in the Mid-American Conference, which also marked the second consecutive season the team reached double-digits in conference wins, and advanced to the 2008 MAC championship for the first time since 1986...In Crawley’s first season with the Bobcats, she led the Bobcats to an 18-12 overall and a 10-6 MAC record...The 18-win season marked the most wins for the program since the 1994-95 season...Crawley led the Bobcats to their first win against a ranked opponent with a 70-67 victory over No. 16/18 Bowling Green...Prior to Ohio, Crawley spent the 2005-06 season as the top assistant at Fordham University and then stepped in as the interim head coach when head coach Jim Lewis retired...Crawley also served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, North Carolina, from 2000-02...Prior to coaching, Crawley played at both the collegiate and professional levels...She was a member of the 1994 UNC team that posted a 33-2 record and captured the national championship in dramatic fashion on a buzzer-beater...Crawley earned the Final Four Coaches’ MVP and was named to the East Region All-Tournament team...She also helped the Tar Heels to the 1994 ACC Tournament championship and was named to the All-ACC Tournament team...On the professional level, Crawley played overseas in France and Spain from 1994-1996...She played for the Colorado Explosion in the American Basketball League (ABL)...After playing in Portland and Italy between 1998 and 2000, Crawley joined the Portland Fire (WNBA)...She also played for the San Antonio Silver Stars and was a member of the USA squad that earned a silver medal at the World University Games in 1995...She was an alternate for the 1996 Olympic team.

BOSTON COLLEGE COACHING COUNTS

THE CRAWLEY RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1973 Maureen Enos 4-6 - 1974 Maureen Enos 9-4 - 1975 Maureen Enos 8-7 - 1976 Maureen Enos 11-8 - Totals Maureen Enos 32-25 -

ACC Tourn - - - - -

Non- ACC 4-6 9-4 8-7 11-8 32-25

PostSeason AIAW 0-1 AIAW 1-2

1977 1978 Totals

Mary Ellen Martin Mary Ellen Martin Mary Ellen Martin

7-12 5-11 12-23

- - -

- - -

7-12 5-11 12-23

-

1979 1980 Totals

Carol Swindler Carol Swindler Carol Swindler

5-15 11-12 16-27

- - -

- - -

5-15 11-12 16-27

-

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 Totals

Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke Margo Plotzke

12-11 10-15 17-9 11-16 19-9 16-13 17-12 17-11 15-13 16-13 12-16 5-23 10-17 177-178

- - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - -

12-11 10-15 17-9 11-16 19-9 16-13 17-12 17-11 15-13 16-13 12-16 5-23 10-17 177-178

-

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Totals

Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese Cathy Inglese

13-14 6-21 10-17 18-10 17-11 22-8 26-9 14-15 23-8 22-9 27-7 20-10 21-12 13-16 21-12 273-179

- - - - - - - - - - - - 6-8 3-11 7-7 16-26

- - - - - - - - - - - - 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-3

13-14 6-21 10-17 18-10 17-11 22-8 26-9 14-15 23-8 22-9 27-7 20-10 16-3 10-4 13-4 257-150

NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 WNIT 1-1

2009 2010 Totals

Sylvia Crawley Sylvia Crawley Sylvia Crawley

23-12 17-15 40-27

7-7 6-8 13-15

1-1 2-1 3-2

15-4 9-6 24-10

WNIT 3-1 -

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Head Coaching Experience: at Ohio University:................................ 38-25 (2) at Boston College:................................. 40-27 (2) Career:.................................................. 78-52 (4) Education: North Carolina.............................................1994 Career Coaching Records: 2006 - Fordham (Interim).......................... 10-18 2007 - Ohio University............................... 20-13 2008 - Ohio University............................... 18-12 2009 - Boston College................................ 23-12 2010 - Boston College................................ 17-15 Boston College Totals: Overall Record:............................ 550-459 (.545) ACC Record:..................................... 29-41 (.414) ACC Tournament Record:...................... 4-5 (.444) Postseason Record:.......................... 14-12 (.538) NCAA Record:...................................... 9-7 (.563) WNIT Record:....................................... 4-2 (.667) AIAW Nationals Record:....................... 1-3 (.250)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Boston College INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 39........................................ Sarah Behn vs. Georgetown, 1-13-93 Field Goals Made:...................... 15....................................... Carolyn Swords at Holy Cross, 11-18-08 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 8...................................... Kindyll Dorsey vs. Ohio State, 11-21-06 ................................................................................. Kindyll Dorsey vs. New Hampshire, 11-27-05 Free Throws Made:..................... 17........................................ Sarah Behn vs. Georgetown, 1-13-93 Rebounds:.................................. 26.................................... Angela Crowder vs. Holy Cross, 12-1-93 Assists:....................................... 15............................................. Sue Fritsch vs. Stanford, 12-21-89 Steals:........................................ 7................................................Aja Parham vs Niagara, 12-21-05 .....................................................................................Brianne Stepherson vs. Tennessee, 12-5-01 ......................................................................................... Jessalyn Deveny vs. Pittsburgh, 2-16-02 Blocked Shots:........................... 7......................................... Carla Wenger vs. Providence, 2-28-87 ........................................................................................ Jamie Cournoyer vs. Providence, 1-22-00 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 743..................................................Sarah Behn (28 games), 1992 Scoring Average:....................... 26.5.................................................Sarah Behn (28 games), 1992 Field Goal Percentage:............... 67.8.............................................Carolyn Swords (230-339), 2009 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 47.0.................................................. Cal Bouchard (96-204), 2000 Free Throw Percentage:............. 91.2................................................... Amber Jacobs (62-68), 2003 Rebounds:.................................. 316............................................Carolyn Swords (35 games), 2009 Assists:....................................... 230...................................................Sue Fritsch (29 games), 1989 Steals:........................................ 89...................................................... Ann Odoy (29 games), 1986 Blocked Shots:........................... 58......................................................... Elizabeth Houghton, 1983 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 104....................................... New Hampshire (104-76), 12-12-90 ................................................................................................................Marist (104-60), 11-20-97 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 29....................................................... Longwood (85-29), 1-22-06 .............................................................................................................Georgetown (78-29), 1-5-05 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 56....................................................... Longwood (85-29), 1-22-06 Field Goals Made:...................... 42.........................................................Niagara (42-58), 12-21-05 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 12............................................ New Hampshire (12-21), 11-27-05 Free Throws Made:..................... 32.....................................................Notre Dame (32-41), 2-12-97 ....................................................................................................................Rutgers (32-40), 2-8-04 Rebounds:.................................. 69.................................................................... Holy Cross, 12-1-93 Assists:....................................... 30.................................................................... Longwood, 1-22-06 Steals:........................................ 20.................................................................. Holy Cross, 12-26-02 Blocked Shots:........................... 10......................................................................St. John’s, 3-26-09 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,504.....................................................................35 games, 2000 Scoring Average:....................... 74.7.................................................29 games, 2,166 points, 1987 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 52.......................................................Niagara (101-49), 12-12-06 Field Goal Percentage:............... 48.9.......................................................................882-1804, 2004 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 41.0.........................................................................119-290, 1998 Free Throw Percentage:............. 77.1.........................................................................397-515, 2003 Rebounds:.................................. 1,457.....................................................................35 games, 2009 Assists:....................................... 582........................................................................35 games, 2009 Steals:........................................ 297........................................................................31 games, 2002 Blocked Shots:........................... 127........................................................................35 games, 2009

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Sarah Behn (89-93)....................109........2523........23.1 Holly Porter (93-97)....................108........1957........18.1 Kerry Curran (90-94)..................110........1691........15.4 Amber Jacobs (00-04)................123........1544........12.6 Cal Bouchard (96-00)..................104........1496........14.4 Jessalyn Deveny (01-05).............103........1496........14.5 Becky Gottstein (98-03)..............109........1490........13.6 Carolyn Swords (07-**)......... 100....... 1450.......14.5 Mickel Picco (06-10)...................125........1364........10.9 Alissa Murphy (96-00)................121........1361........11.2 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Sarah Behn (89-93)....................109........2523........23.1 Holly Porter (93-97)....................108........1957........18.1 Kerry Curran (90-94)..................110........1691........15.4 Carolyn Swords (07-**)......... 100....... 1450.......14.5 Jessalyn Deveny (01-05).............103........1496........14.5 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Holly Porter (93-97)....................108..........902..........8.4 Becky Gottstein (98-03)..............109..........884..........8.1 Carolyn Swords (07-**)......... 100......... 847.........8.4 Sarah Behn (89-93)....................109..........682..........6.3 Stefanie Murphy (07-**)......... 99......... 676.........6.8 Elizabeth Houghton (81-85).......106..........643..........8.6 Carla Wenger (86-90)..................112..........643..........5.7 Jane Haubrich (81-85)................106..........604..........5.6 Kathy Sweet (83-87)...................109..........597..........5.4 Alissa Murphy (96-00)................121..........585..........4.8 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Carolyn Swords (07-**)......... 100......... 847.........8.4 Holly Porter (93-97)....................108..........902..........8.4 Becky Gottstein (98-03)..............109..........884..........8.1 Sarah Behn (89-93)....................109..........682..........6.3 Carla Wenger (87-91)..................112..........643..........5.7 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Ann Odoy (84-88).......................114..........287..........2.5 Holly Porter (93-97)....................108..........196..........1.8 Sarah Behn (89-93)....................109..........188..........1.7 Kerry Curran (90-94)..................110..........182..........1.7 Brianne Stepherson (98-03).......125..........171..........1.4 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Sue Fritsch (86-90).....................112..........611..........5.5 Sarah Marshall (03-07)...............125..........543..........4.3 Brianne Stepherson (98-03).......125..........534..........4.3 Kerry Curran (90-94)..................110..........528..........4.8 Ann Odoy (84-88).......................114..........505..........4.4 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Jamie Cournoyer (97-01)............116..........130..........1.1 Carolyn Swords (07-**)......... 100......... 129.........1.3 Whitney Steele (95-99).................99..........125..........1.3 Elizabeth Houghton (81-85).......106..........103........0.97 Marie Grant (84-86)......................56..........101..........1.8 Lisa Macchia (02-06)..................108............72........0.66 Brooke Queenan (02-06)............111............65........0.58

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Clemson Sthefany Thomas

THE 2010-11 TIGERS

Guard, Senior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

03 Bryelle Smith 05 Serena Clark 10 Kirstyn Wright

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

G

5-8

1L

R-Jr.

Raleigh, NC (Cary Academy)

G/F

6-2

HS

Fr.

Tucker, GA (Tucker)

G

5-11

3L

Jr.

Stone Mountain, GA (Stephenson)

12 Quinyotta Pettaway F/C

6-3

HS

Fr.

Hertford, NC (Perquimans)

22 Sthefany Thomas

G

5-9

2L

Sr.

Wesley Chapel, FL (Wesley Chapel)

23 Chancie Dunn

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

Decatur, GA (Dekalb)

24 Jasmine Tate

F

6-1

2L

Jr.

Birmingham, AL (Wenonah)

F/C

6-4

2L

Jr.

Woodstock, GA (Etowah)

32 Kelia Shelton

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

Rock Hill, SC (Northwestern)

33 Lindsay Welker

F

6-2

2L

Jr.

Tifton, GA (Tift County)

G/F

5-11

1L

So. Hendersonville, NC (North Henderson)

C

6-3

1L

Jr.

31 Lindsey Mason

34 Morgan McMinn

Shaniqua Pauldo

Ht. Exp.

44 Shaniqua Pauldo

Macon, GA (Luella)

Center, Junior

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:..................... Itoro Coleman Career Record:...................... 0-0 (1st yr) Record at Clemson:............... 0-0 (1st yr) Alma Mater:........................Clemson, ‘00 Assistant Coaches:................. Chris Long ............................Yolett McPhee-McCuin .................................Karleen Thompson Dir. of WBK Ops:.............Kanetra Queen 2009-10 Record:............................13-18 2009-10 ACC Record:.......... 4-10 (t10th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 9/6 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 1/4 NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 15/2002

Location:............................. Clemson, SC Founded:........................................ 1889 Enrollment:................................. 19,111 Nickname:...........................Lady Tigers Colors:................ Clemson Orange & Regalia Arena:.........Littlejohn Coliseum (9,850) President:..................... James F. Barker Athletic Director:. Dr. Terry Don Phillips FAR:.................................. Larry LaForge SWA:.................Barbara Kennedy-Dixon SID Contact:...........................Jeff Kallin Email:................... kallin@clemson.edu Phone:............................. 864.656.1920 Press Row:....................... 864.654.3326 Website:.......... www.clemsontigers.com

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date Opponent................... Record Against... TV...... Time N12

UNC Greensboro.........................3-1......................5:30p

N14

Charleston Southern..................11-0.....................2:00p

N18

at South Carolina......................33-22......FSN-CR..7:00p

N21

Kennesaw State..........................3-0......................2:00p

N23

Furman......................................20-3.....................7:00p

N28

South Carolina State..................11-3.....................2:00p

D2

Indiana.......................................1-0......................7:00p

D5

Presbyterian...............................2-0......................2:00p

D12

at Samford..................................0-0......................2:00p

D15

at UAB........................................2-2......................7:00p

D18

Oakland......................................1-0......................2:00p

D20

vs. Baylor...................................0-0......................8:15p

D22

vs. Syracuse...............................0-0......................8:15p

D30

at Georgetown............................1-2......................7:00p

J3

North Carolina A&T....................0-0......................7:00p

J6

at NC State...............................29-48....................7:00p

J9

Georgia Tech.............................42-22.........CSS.....3:00p

J14

at Miami.....................................5-3.......... RSN.....8:30p

J16

Maryland..................................24-37....................3:00p

J20

Florida State.............................24-16.........CSS.....7:00p

J23

at Wake Forest..........................47-14....................2:00p

J26

at Duke.....................................32-32....................7:00p

J30

Virginia.....................................28-36....................2:00p

F6

at Boston College.......................2-4......................1:00p

F10

North Carolina..........................26-47....................7:00p

F14

Virginia Tech...............................5-5.......... RSN.....7:00p

F17

at Georgia Tech.........................42-22....................7:00p

F24

Wake Forest..............................47-14....................7:00p

F27

at Florida State.........................24-16....................2:00p

M3-6

ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

(ACC/Big Ten Challenge)

(Sunsplash Tournament, Bahamas) (Sunsplash Tournament, Bahamas)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Clemson 2009-10 STATISTICS (13-18, 4-10 ACC) 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 11 Lele Hardy................. 31..... 31......... 924......29.8...... 158.... 468.......338....... 40.... 152.......263.... 91.... 141......645.... 92....154.....246....7.9......92..... 1..... 66.....88....18.... 111....... 447.......14.4 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 447......31.9........ 72.... 222.......324....... 18...... 67.......269.... 35...... 52......673.... 37......71.....108....7.7......40..... 1..... 23.....48......7...... 57....... 197.......14.1 44 Shaniqua Pauldo....... 31..... 31......... 684......22.1...... 144.... 302.......477......... 6...... 21.......286.... 58...... 76......763.... 55......91.....146....4.7......84..... 1..... 15.....66....19...... 21....... 352.......11.4 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 295......21.1........ 61.... 128.......477......... 4...... 11.......364.... 30...... 35......857.... 25......36.......61....4.4......36..... 1....... 8.....22......7...... 10....... 156.......11.1 22 Sthefany Thomas....... 28..... 11......... 533......19.0........ 84.... 222.......378....... 31...... 91.......341.... 36...... 45......800.... 27......35.......62....2.2......41..... 0..... 29.....73......4...... 24....... 235.........8.4 ....................................... 11....... 3......... 200......18.2........ 27...... 79.......342....... 13...... 33.......394.... 22...... 25......880.... 14......11.......25....2.3......15..... 0....... 9.....27......0........ 6......... 89.........8.1 10 Kirstyn Wright............ 24..... 10......... 376......15.7........ 46.... 126.......365....... 22...... 75.......293.... 20...... 28......714.... 18......27.......45....1.9......40..... 1..... 31.....45......2...... 19....... 134.........5.6 ......................................... 8....... 2........... 82......10.3.......... 5...... 24.......208......... 2...... 13.......154...... 4........ 4...1.000...... 1........6.........7....0.9......13..... 0....... 8.....11......0........ 3......... 16.........2.0 31 Lindsey Mason........... 28....... 0......... 336......12.0........ 54.... 114.......474......... 0........ 0.......000.... 24...... 39......615.... 16......44.......60....2.1......31..... 0....... 8.....29....38........ 5....... 132.........4.7 ....................................... 13....... 0......... 186......14.3........ 33...... 65.......508......... 0........ 0.......000...... 9...... 18......500...... 8......22.......30....2.3......15..... 0....... 7.....12....21........ 3......... 75.........5.8 14 Keyrra Gillespie......... 30..... 27......... 855......28.5........ 41.... 134.......306......... 3...... 15.......200.... 48...... 85......565.... 27......85.....112....3.7......62..... 1... 138...120......1...... 43....... 133.........4.4 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 389......27.8........ 16...... 59.......271......... 2........ 7.......286.... 21...... 40......525.... 14......36.......50....3.6......30..... 0..... 55.....66......1...... 19......... 55.........3.9 21 April Parker................ 30..... 20......... 580......19.3........ 54.... 155.......348......... 1........ 6.......167.... 18...... 28......643.... 33......60.......93....3.1......65..... 1..... 31.....36....28...... 16....... 127.........4.2 ....................................... 13..... 11......... 254......19.5........ 25...... 73.......342......... 0........ 3.......000...... 5........ 8......625.... 17......23.......40....3.1......24..... 0..... 14.....14....10........ 6......... 55.........4.2 34 Morgan Mcminn.......... 1....... 0............. 4........4.0.......... 1........ 2.......500......... 1........ 1....1.000...... 1........ 2......500...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 4.........4.0 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 24 Jasmine Tate.............. 31....... 1......... 595......19.2........ 44.... 113.......389......... 0........ 0.......000.... 29...... 54......537.... 71......92.....163....5.3......59..... 1..... 12.....34....32...... 24....... 117.........3.8 ......................................... 4....... 0......... 258......18.4........ 18...... 40.......450......... 0........ 0.......000.... 15...... 26......577.... 23......38.......61....4.4......24..... 0....... 7.....17....15...... 10......... 51.........3.6 04 Christy Brown............ 31..... 13......... 592......19.1........ 46.... 109.......422......... 6...... 18.......333.... 11...... 18......611.... 20......35.......55....1.8......36..... 0..... 58.....36......2...... 25....... 109.........3.5 ....................................... 14..... 12......... 335......23.9........ 23...... 52.......442......... 3...... 10.......300...... 7...... 10......700...... 6......18.......24....1.7......18..... 0..... 30.....25......1...... 11......... 56.........4.0 03 Bryelle Smith............. 29....... 4......... 425......14.7........ 30...... 99.......303....... 18...... 60.......300.... 15...... 23......652...... 6......31.......37....1.3......25..... 0..... 43.....41......3...... 15......... 93.........3.2 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 200......14.3........ 11...... 45.......244......... 5...... 25.......200...... 5...... 10......500...... 2......12.......14....1.0........9..... 0..... 14.....18......0........ 8......... 32.........2.3 00 Chelsey Pinkstaff......... 1....... 0............. 4........4.0.......... 1........ 1....1.000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 2.........2.0 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 32 M. Campbell.............. 25....... 1......... 274......11.0........ 18...... 59.......305......... 5...... 31.......161...... 8...... 10......800.... 12......13.......25....1.0......19..... 0..... 10.....20......5...... 11......... 49.........2.0 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 168......12.0........ 10...... 33.......303......... 2...... 14.......143...... 4........ 6......667...... 7........7.......14....1.0......11..... 0....... 7.....12......3........ 8......... 26.........1.9 33 Lindsay Welker........... 18....... 6......... 129........7.2........ 14...... 29.......483......... 2........ 8.......250...... 3...... 12......250...... 6......14.......20....1.1......17..... 0....... 3.....15......4........ 2......... 33.........1.8 ......................................... 6....... 0........... 21........3.5.......... 2........ 8.......250......... 0........ 3.......000...... 1........ 3......333...... 2........0.........2....0.3........4..... 0....... 0.......3......0........ 2........... 5.........0.8 12 Ashlee Wilson.............. 1....... 0............. 2........2.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........1.........1....1.0........0..... 0....... 1.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 Team............................................................................................................................................................................... 92......60.....152....4.9........0.....................14............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 32......20.......52....3.7........0.......................4............................................ Clemson.......................... 31........................................... 735.. 1933.......380..... 135.... 478.......282.. 362.... 561......645.. 475....742...1217..39.3....571..... 6... 445...617..156.... 316..... 1967.......63.5 ....................................... 14........................................... 303.... 828.......366....... 49.... 186.......263.. 158.... 237......667.. 188....300.....488..34.9....239..... 2... 182...279....65.... 143....... 813.......58.1 Opponents...................... 31........................................... 752.. 1803.......417..... 129.... 381.......339.. 499.... 713......700.. 430....828...1258..40.6....503...... -... 370...615..114.... 318..... 2132.......68.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 348.... 801.......434....... 55.... 157.......350.. 223.... 298......748.. 190....376.....566..40.4....217..... 4... 164...273....50.... 146....... 974.......69.6

2009-10 RESULTS

CU Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ Furman.............................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 68-48 N16........ at College of Charleston....................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 55-68 N19........ South Carolina................................... -.........-........ -...... -.. W, 94-92 (2ot) N24........ at Kennesaw State............................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 75-69 (WBCA Classic, Connecticut) N27........ vs. Richmond..................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 67-86 N28........ vs. Hofstra......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 69-68 N29........ at Connecticut................................... -.........-........1.....1.......... L, 48-87 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3.......... at Northwestern................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 69-68 D6.......... Charleston Southern . ....................... -.........-........ -...... -........ W, 104-52 D12........ at UT Chattanooga............................ -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 56-69 D15........ USC Upstate .................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 78-65 D19........ at Ohio.............................................. -.........-........ -...... -.... W, 89-81 (ot) D21........ Wofford . .......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 67-51 D28........ Georgia . .......................................... -.........-........9.....9.......... L, 47-59 D30........ Georgetown ..................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 57-72 J4........... at Charlotte........................................ -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 57-64 J7........... Duke . .............................................. -.........-........9.....9.......... L, 41-67 J11......... at Georgia Tech.................................. -.........-.......21.... -........... L, 58-72 J14......... Florida State . .................................. -.........-.......16...16......... L, 50-80 J22......... at North Carolina............................... -.........-.......14...15......... L, 61-79 J24......... at Wake Forest................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 43-63 J29......... Boston College................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 68-65 J31......... NC State .......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 69-56 F4........... at Virginia......................................... -.........-........ -.....24......... L, 60-82 F8........... Georgia Tech . .................................. -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 53-68 F11......... at Florida State.................................. -.........-.......10...10......... L, 50-67 F14......... at Maryland...................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 51-71 F18......... Miami . ............................................ -.........-........ -...... -.... W, 73-72 (ot) F25......... at Virginia Tech................................. -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 69-70 F28......... Wake Forest ..................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 67-62 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4......... vs. #6 NC State................................. -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 54-59

ACC Women’s Basketball

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

24 31 32 30 36 31 32 29 31 27 28 28 30 31 32 33 31 30 30 32 31 30 33 32 31 31 29 29 29 28 29 30 31 31 31

705-1743 1068-2416 1160-2433 1003-2216 1257-2685 975-2273 1093-2402 895-2085 993-2118 890-1827 883-1833 846-1890 884-1936 909-2051 857-1963 895-2141 912-2066 827-1868 836-1829 895-1970 840-1892 726-1769 886-2092 848-2012 687-1769 782-1871 685-1723 702-1735 673-1682 638-1710 733-1739 808-1945 752-1992 763-1938 735-1933

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

.404 .442 .477 .453 .468 .428 .455 .429 .469 .487 .482 .448 .457 41-117 .350 .443 41-117 .350 .437 55-129 .426 .418 98-264 .371 .441 159-395 .403 .443 159-457 .348 .457 113-308 .367 .454 100-267 .375 .444 99-282 .351 .410 74-274 .270 .424 107-302 .354 .421 105-338 .311 .388 99-340 .291 .418 144-417 .345 .398 125-391 .320 .405 109-345 .316 .400 132-426 .310 .373 155-504 .308 .422 154-443 .348 .415 147-431 .341 .378 109-413 .264 .394 141-487 .290 .380 135-478 .282

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

280-478 397-618 403-618 363-546 416-661 414-639 330-487 369-553 505-754 383-596 447-643 338-545 427-622 433-624 495-788 463-689 398-619 408-608 361-545 535-747 487-739 454-651 492-703 533-764 465-663 481-676 432-623 380-540 431-618 305-430 301-451 309-501 306-467 329-466 362-561

.588 .642 .652 .665 .629 .648 .678 .666 .670 .643 .695 .620 .686 .694 .628 .672 .643 .671 .662 .716 .659 .697 .700 .698 .701 .712 .693 .704 .697 .709 .667 .617 .655 .706 .645

1296-54.0 1690-70.4 1692-54.6 2533-81.7 1650-51.6 2723-85.1 1331-44.4 2369-79.0 1634-45.4 2932-81.4 1415-45.6 2381-76.8 1440-45.0 2516-78.6 1170-40.3 2159-74.4 1344-43.4 2491-80.4 1193-44.3 2163-80.1 1174-41.9 2213-79.0 1063-38.0 2030-72.5 1191-39.7 2236-74.5 1243-40.1 2292-73.9 1378-43.1 2264-70.8 1380-41.8 2351-71.2 1229-39.6 2381-76.8 1142-38.1 2221-74.0 1163-38.8 2146-71.5 1381-43.2 2425-75.8 1316-42.5 2266-73.1 1198-399 1980-66.0 1359-41.2 2371-71.8 1364-42.6 2334-72.9 1132-36.5 1938-62.5 1142-36.8 2189-70.6 1056-36.4 1927-66.4 1096-37.8 1893-65.3 1124-38.8 1909-65.8 1121-40.0 1736-62.0 1079-37.2 1921-66.2 1132-37.7 2072-69.1 1180-38.1 1919-61.9 1173-37.8 1996-64.4 1217-39.3 1967-63.5

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Clemson ITORO COLEMAN Itoro Coleman was introduced as the fifth head coach in Tiger history on March 29, 2010 ... After spending three seasons as an assistant coach at Penn State, Coleman returned to her alma mater to lead the women’s basketball program. A 2000 graduate of Clemson who was named to the ACC’s 50-Year Anniversary Team in ‘02, Coleman was a four-year letterman at Clemson (‘95-’99), and served as an assistant coach from 2002-07 ... Coleman had 11 years of experience as an assistant ... She served as a student assistant coach at Liberty in 1999-00 and was an assistant coach at Butler from 2000 to 2002 ... From there, she worked for five seasons as an assistant under Jim Davis and Cristy McKinney at Clemson ... Coleman also pursued a professional basketball career and became the first Clemson Tiger named to a WNBA active roster in 2000-01 ... Clemson won the ACC title her freshman year and her senior year ... She was the tournament’s MVP in 1999 in addition to a first-team All-ACC selection ... That same season she was an honorable mention AP All-American ... Coleman still ranks 11th in Clemson history in scoring (1,409 points), fourth in games played (127), second in free throws made, third in assists, and first in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.73) ... Clemson had a record of 93-33 in her four years, the most wins in Clemson history for a senior class ... Her senior class won the only two ACC Championships in school history, played in four NCAA Tournaments, including one Sweet 16 season, and all four of her teams were ranked in the final top-25, including a final #10 AP rank in 1999 ... She was inducted into the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame as a player in 2008 ... Coleman, the former Itoro Umoh, is married to Harold Coleman ... The pair has two children, Jada (5), and Jordan (1) and are expecting their third in October.

CLEMSON COACHING COUNTS

THE COLEMAN RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1976 Mary King 14-11 - Total Mary King 14-11 -

ACC Tourn - -

Non- ACC 14-11 14-11

PostSeason -

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 Total

Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble Annie Tribble

22-9 21-11 20-10 24-12 23-8 20-12 12-17 21-10 18-9 12-16 7-21 200-135

- 4-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-8 9-5 8-6 4-10 3-11 57-53

- 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 7-10

22-9 17-7 13-7 17-8 16-6 12-8 6-8 11-3 9-2 8-4 4-9 135-70

- WNIT 1-2 AIAW 0-1 NCAA 0-1 WNIT 2-1 - -

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Total

Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis Jim Davis

21-9 20-11 22-10 22-11 21-10 19-11 20-10 21-11 23-8 19-11 25-8 26-6 19-12 21-10 17-12 14-15 17-12 8-20 355-197

8-6 9-5 10-4 8-6 9-7 8-8 11-5 9-7 9-7 8-8 12-4 11-5 9-7 10-6 9-7 5-11 7-9 2-12 154-124

1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 2-1 2-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 20-16

12-2 10-5 11-5 12-4 11-2 10-2 8-4 12-3 11-1 9-2 11-3 12-1 10-4 10-3 9-3 8-3 10-2 6-7 182-56

NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 WNIT 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 WNIT 0-1 -

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total

Cristy McKinney Cristy McKinney Cristy McKinney Cristy McKinney Cristy McKinney Cristy McKinney

8-21 12-18 12-19 14-17 13-18 59-93

2-12 4-10 4-10 2-12 4-10 16-54

0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-5

6-8 8-7 7-8 11-4 9-7 41-34

- -

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Head Coaching Experience: at Clemson:............................................ 0-0 (1st) Career:................................................... 0-0 (1st) Education: Clemson.......................................................2000 Clemson Totals: Overall Record:............................ 628-436 (.590) ACC Record:................................. 227-231 (.496) ACC Tournament Record:.................. 29-31 (.483) Postseason Record:.......................... 19-20 (.487) NCAA Record:.................................. 14-15 (.483) WNIT Record:....................................... 5-5 (.500) AIAW Nationals Record:....................... 0-1 (.000)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Clemson INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 45........................................Barbara Kennedy vs. Claflin, 2-24-79 Field Goals Made:...................... 20...................... Barbara Kennedy (20-29) vs. Maryland, 1-12-82 .................................................................... Barbara Kennedy (20-33) vs. North Carolina, 2-20-82 .......................................................................... Barbara Kennedy (20-32) vs. Penn State, 3-12-82 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 6...............8 times, last: Kirstyn Wright vs. Northwestern, 12-3-09 Free Throws Made:..................... 18........................Melinda Ashworth (18-20) vs. Virginia, 1-11-86 Rebounds:.................................. 25.......................... Donna Forester vs. Columbia College, 2-12-77 ...................................................................................Cookie Blackney vs. South Carolina, 1-10-76 Assists:....................................... 17....................................... Drema Greer vs. Wake Forest, 1-17-79 Steals:........................................ 9.....................................Drema Greer vs. South Carolina, 12-6-78 .............................................................................. Debra Buford vs. South Carolina State, 1-17-79 .......................................................................................................Shelia Cobb vs. Mercer, 1-23-80 ...............................................................................................Ramona O’Neal vs. Virginia, 2-14-87 Blocked Shots:........................... 10........................................Peggy Caple vs. Kansas State, 1-5-83 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 908........................................ Barbara Kennedy (31 games), 1982 Scoring Average:....................... 29.3....................................... Barbara Kennedy (31 games), 1982 Field Goal Percentage:............... 57.4...................................... Julie Larson-Brickley (89-155), 1984 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 47.1..............................................Kerry Boyatt-Hall (40-85), 1990 Free Throw Percentage:............. 87.6......................................................Amy Geren (92-105), 1998 Rebounds:.................................. 400........................................ Barbara Kennedy (31 games), 1982 .................................................................................................... Donna Forester (31 games), 1977 Assists:....................................... 204................................................ Drema Greer (30 games), 1979 Steals:........................................ 123........................................... Ramona O’Neal (31 games), 1989 Blocked Shots:........................... 84.................................................Peggy Caples (31 games), 1983 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 136............................................ Gardner-Webb (136-39), 2-26-77 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 26......................................................Florida State (80-26), 2-7-94 ..................................................................................................... UNC-Asheville (93-26), 11-14-98 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 97............................................... Gardner-Webb (136-39), 2-26-77 Field Goals Made:...................... 64............................................... Gardner-Webb (64-113), 2-26-77 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 11..........................................................Furman (11-20), 11-27-91 .................................................................................................................. NC State (11-17), 2-8-92 .......................................................................................................South Carolina (11-26), 1-21-03 ................................................................................................................Furman (11-16), 12-14-02 Free Throws Made:..................... 38............................................................ NC State (38-44), 1-5-01 Rebounds:.................................. 88..............................................................Gardner-Webb, 2-26-77 Assists:....................................... 36........................................................................ Furman, 1-26-87 Steals:........................................ 28...................................................................... Furman, 11-29-89 Blocked Shots:........................... 16...................................................................... Furman, 11-30-05 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,932.....................................................................36 games, 1980 Scoring Average:....................... 85.1.................................................32 games, 2,723 points, 1978 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 15.5.......................................................................81.7-66.2, 1977 Field Goal Percentage:............... 48.7.......................................................................890-1827, 1985 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 42.6...........................................................................55-129, 1990 Free Throw Percentage:............. 71.6.........................................................................545-747, 1995 Rebounds:.................................. 1,692.....................................................................31 games, 1977 Assists:....................................... 719........................................................................36 games, 1980 Steals:........................................ 410........................................................................36 games, 1980 Blocked Shots:........................... 162........................................................................32 games, 1990

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Barbara Kennedy (78-82)...........127........3113........24.5 Chrissy Floyd (99-03)..................120........1937........16.1 Janet Knight (82-86)...................114........1795........15.7 Shandy Bryan (89-93)................126........1631........12.9 Karen Ann Jenkins (85-89).........111........1514........13.6 Mary Anne Cubelic (79-83).........119........1501........12.6 Tara Saunooke (91-95)...............121........1462........12.1 Bobbie Mims (76-80)..................126........1448........11.5 Kerry Boyatt-Hall (89-93)...........121........1422........11.8 Itoro Umoh (95-99).....................126........1409........11.2 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Barbara Kennedy (78-82)...........127........3113........24.5 Donna Forester (76-78).................63........1270........20.2 Janet Forester (75-77)...................55........1008........18.4 Chrissy Floyd (99-03)..................120........1937........16.1 Janet Knight (82-86)...................114........1795........15.7 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Barbara Kennedy (78-82)...........127........1252..........9.9 Peggy Caple (81-85)...................119........1087..........9.1 Lele Hardy (06-10).....................123..........933..........7.6 Shandy Bryan (89-93)................126..........874..........6.9 Louise Greenwood (85-89)..........112..........859..........7.7 Laura Cottrell (93-97).................119..........808..........6.8 Donna Forester (76-78).................63..........766........12.2 Debra Buford (77-81).................127..........735..........5.3 Erin Batth (97-01).......................121..........722..........6.0 Karen Ann Jenkins (85-89).........111..........687..........6.2 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Donna Forester (76-78).................63..........766........12.2 Barbara Kennedy (78-82)...........127........1252..........9.9 Jackie Farmer (89-91)...................58..........570..........9.8 Sheila Cobb (79-83)......................47..........448..........9.5 Janet Forester (75-77)...................55..........524..........9.5 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Lele Hardy (06-10).....................123..........398..........3.2 Barbara Kennedy (78-82)...........127..........327..........2.6 Ramona O’Neal (85-89)..............117..........286..........2.4 Itoro Umoh (95-99).....................126..........265..........2.1 Debra Buford (77-81).................127..........239..........1.9 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Bobbie Mims (76-80)..................126..........617..........4.9 Melinda Ashworth (82-86)..........111..........463..........4.2 Itoro Umoh (95-99).....................126..........459..........3.6 Tasha Taylor (04-09)...................117..........433..........3.7 Susan Fehling (83-88)..................87..........411..........4.7 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Peggy Caple (81-85)...................119..........298..........1.8 Jackie Farmer (89-91)...................58..........129..........2.2 Barbara Kennedy (78-82)...........127..........128..........1.0 Jaci Stimson (93-97)...................115..........125..........1.1 Amanda Frist (02-06)..................115..........125..........1.1

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Duke Karima Christmas

G/F, Senior

THE 2010-11 BLUE DEVILS Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

Ht.

3 Shay Selby

G

5-9

2L

Jr.

Cleveland, Ohio (Regina)

4 Chloé Wells

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

Colton, Calif. (A.B. Miller/Apex)

5 Jasmine Thomas

G

5-9

3L

Sr.

Fairfax, Va. (Oakton)

12 Chelsea Gray

G

5-11

HS

Fr.

Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s)

13 Karima Christmas G/F

6-0

3L

Sr.

Houston, Texas (J. Frank Dobie)

15 Richa Jackson

F

6-0

HS

Fr.

Midwest City, Okla. (Midwest City)

G/F

6-2

2L

Jr.

New Haven, Mo. (New Haven)

G

6-1

HS

Fr.

River Forest, Ill. (Fenwick)

G/F

6-3

HS

Fr.

Red Bank, N.J. (The Peddie School)

34 Krystal Thomas

C

6-5

3L

Sr.

Orlando, Fla. (First Academy)

43 Allison Vernerey

C

6-5

1L

So.

Alsace, France (Mulhouse)

51 Janeé Johnson

F

6-1

1L

So.

Matthews, N.C. (Providence Day School)

24 Kathleen Scheer 32 Tricia Liston 33 Haley Peters

Jasmine Thomas Guard, Senior

Exp. Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:...............Joanne P. McCallie Career Record:............. 398-170 (18 yrs) Record at Duke:................. 82-22 (3 yrs) Alma Mater:................ Northwestern ‘87 Assistant Coaches:................... Al Brown ................................Samantha Williams .............................Trisha Stafford-Odom Dir. of WBK Operations:...... Kate Senger 2009-10 Record:..............................30-6 2009-10 ACC Record:............. 12-2 (t1st) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 6/5 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 3/2 NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 17/2010

Location:............................. Durham, NC Founded:................ 1838 Trinity College Enrollment:....... 6,400 (undergraduate) Nickname:........................... Blue Devils Colors:..................Royal Blue and White Arena:... Cameron Indoor Stadium (9,314) President:........Dr. Richard H. Brodhead Athletic Director:................Kevin White FAR:.............................. Martha Putallaz SWA:.......................................Jacki Silar SID Contact:....................... Lindy Brown Email:............. lbrown@duaa.duke.edu Phone:............................. 919.684.2664 Press Row:....................... 919.684.6186 Website:.................... www.GoDuke.com

DUKE AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date Opponent................... Record Against....TV......Time N13

BYU.............................................1-0......................... TBA

N15

Southern California....................4-0...................... 7:00p

N18

at Auburn...................................3-0...................... 7:00p

N21

Western Kentucky.......................2-0...................... 2:00p

N24

at Pittsburgh..............................2-0...................... 7:00p

N27

at Charlotte.................................6-3...................... 5:00p

N30

at James Madison......................5-1...................... 7:00p

D2

at Wisconsin...............................1-0........... BTN.... 8:30p

D6

Texas A&M (Jimmy V Classic).....0-3......... ESPN2.. 7:00p

(ACC/Big Ten Challenge) D9

Albany........................................0-0...................... 7:00p

D12

at Oklahoma State.....................2-0...................... 2:00p

D21

Xavier.........................................1-1...................... 7:00p

D30

Temple........................................5-0...................... 7:00p

J4

Kentucky....................................2-0.........ESPNU.. 7:00p

J6

Maryland..................................36-37......... RSN.... 7:00p

J14

at Florida State..........................30-8.......... RSN.... 6:30p

J16

at Virginia Tech.........................15-2..................... 2:00p

J21

Georgia Tech..............................53-7.......... RSN.... 6:30p

J23

at NC State...............................28-39..... FOX NAT.5:00p

J26

Clemson....................................32-32.................... 7:00p

J31

at Connecticut............................3-5......... ESPN2.. 7:00p

F3

Miami.........................................7-0...................... 7:00p

F7

at North Carolina......................32-46....... ESPN2.. 7:00p

F11

at Wake Forest..........................51-18......... RSN.... 8:30p

F13

Boston College............................7-2...................... 2:00p

F17

at Maryland..............................36-37.................... 7:30p

F20

Virginia Tech..............................15-2...................... Noon

F24

at Virginia................................29-32.................... 7:00p

F27

North Carolina..........................32-46..... FOX NAT.5:00p

M3-6

ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

ACC Women’s Basketball


Duke 2009-10 STATISTICS (30-6, 12-2 ACC) 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 05 Jasmine Thomas........ 36..... 36....... 1168......32.4...... 206.... 532.......387....... 63.... 177.......356.. 102.... 129......791.... 21....132.....153....4.3......63..... 0... 146...115......7.... 100....... 577.......16.0 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 459......32.8........ 78.... 212.......368....... 24...... 70.......343.... 37...... 52......712...... 9......46.......55....3.9......29..... 0..... 48.....46......4...... 43....... 217.......15.5 21 Joy Cheek................... 36..... 36......... 976......27.1...... 137.... 364.......376....... 16...... 49.......327.... 67...... 98......684.... 83....129.....212....5.9......79..... 1..... 46.....93....20...... 53....... 357.........9.9 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 409......29.2........ 50.... 143.......350......... 7...... 19.......368.... 23...... 35......657.... 39......53.......92....6.6......35..... 0..... 23.....33....10...... 19....... 130.........9.3 13 Karima Christmas...... 36..... 18......... 922......25.6...... 121.... 281.......431....... 24...... 84.......286.... 81.... 113......717.... 93......96.....189....5.3......80..... 0..... 53.....49....16...... 79....... 347.........9.6 ....................................... 14....... 5......... 353......25.2........ 46.... 112.......411......... 8...... 33.......242.... 30...... 41......732.... 38......34.......72....5.1......37..... 0..... 19.....21....10...... 23....... 130.........9.3 15 Bridgette Mitchell...... 36..... 26......... 743......20.6...... 118.... 264.......447....... 11...... 41.......268.... 55...... 69......797.. 100......65.....165....4.6......95..... 1..... 39.....63....20...... 56....... 302.........8.4 ....................................... 14..... 12......... 311......22.2........ 42.... 104.......404......... 5...... 14.......357.... 26...... 32......813.... 44......28.......72....5.1......37..... 0..... 21.....22......8...... 22....... 115.........8.2 34 Krystal Thomas.......... 36..... 26......... 852......23.7...... 100.... 199.......503......... 0........ 2.......000.... 64.... 112......571.... 94....144.....238....6.6......78..... 1..... 30.....73....70...... 21....... 264.........7.3 ....................................... 14....... 7......... 323......23.1........ 42...... 84.......500......... 0........ 2.......000.... 28...... 47......596.... 39......57.......96....6.9......31..... 0....... 8.....28....20........ 8....... 112.........8.0 43 Allison Vernerey......... 36....... 5......... 673......18.7........ 98.... 201.......488......... 0........ 0.......000.... 46...... 87......529.... 68....107.....175....4.9......72..... 3..... 16.....74....29...... 21....... 242.........6.7 ....................................... 14....... 4......... 271......19.4........ 41...... 84.......488......... 0........ 0.......000.... 14...... 22......636.... 27......39.......66....4.7......24..... 2....... 7.....33....12........ 9......... 96.........6.9 31 Keturah Jackson........ 36..... 33......... 956......26.6........ 83.... 202.......411....... 13...... 45.......289.... 32...... 56......571.... 44......85.....129....3.6......78..... 1..... 93.....81....16...... 83....... 211.........5.9 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 374......26.7........ 28...... 76.......368......... 5...... 17.......294.... 13...... 17......765.... 12......36.......48....3.4......33..... 1..... 43.....37....11...... 33......... 74.........5.3 03 Shay Selby................. 35....... 0......... 382......10.9........ 37...... 93.......398....... 16...... 48.......333.... 15...... 20......750.... 11......41.......52....1.5......32..... 0..... 36.....28......3...... 32....... 105.........3.0 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 150......10.7........ 16...... 38.......421......... 7...... 21.......333...... 3........ 5......600...... 6......17.......23....1.6......17..... 0..... 11.....15......1...... 10......... 42.........3.0 24 Kathleen Scheer......... 29....... 0......... 190........6.6........ 22...... 74.......297....... 11...... 51.......216.... 11...... 17......647.... 16......17.......33....1.1......10..... 0....... 9.....15......4........ 9......... 66.........2.3 ....................................... 11....... 0........... 47........4.3.......... 6...... 19.......316......... 3...... 13.......231...... 3........ 4......750...... 5........3.........8....0.7........3..... 0....... 1.......5......1........ 3......... 18.........1.6 32 Alexis Rogers............. 24....... 0......... 125........5.2........ 15...... 36.......417......... 0........ 8.......000...... 5........ 7......714.... 12......26.......38....1.6......20..... 0....... 8.....13......1........ 8......... 35.........1.5 ....................................... 10....... 0........... 42........4.2.......... 1...... 10.......100......... 0........ 6.......000...... 0........ 2......000...... 5........9.......14....1.4........6..... 0....... 4.......2......0........ 0........... 2.........0.2 01 Chelsea Hopkins........ 26....... 0......... 213........8.2........ 10...... 27.......370......... 2........ 7.......286...... 9...... 17......529...... 6......19.......25....1.0......16..... 0..... 19.....25......0...... 18......... 31.........1.2 ....................................... 10....... 0........... 61........6.1.......... 3........ 8.......375......... 1........ 3.......333...... 1........ 2......500...... 0........5.........5....0.5........2..... 0....... 7.......9......0........ 5........... 8.........0.8 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 81......65.....146....4.1........0.......................8............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 38......24.......62....4.4........0.......................5............................................ Duke............................... 36........................................... 947.. 2273.......417..... 156.... 512.......305.. 487.... 725......672.. 629....926...1555..43.2....623..... 7... 495...637..186.... 480..... 2537.......70.5 ....................................... 14........................................... 353.... 890.......397....... 60.... 198.......303.. 178.... 259......687.. 262....351.....613..43.8....254..... 3... 192...256....77.... 175....... 944.......67.4 Opponents...................... 36........................................... 676.. 1925.......351..... 187.... 590.......317.. 421.... 629......669.. 435....796...1231..34.2....640...... -... 404...819..128.... 271..... 1960.......54.4 ....................................... 14........................................... 247.... 753.......328....... 57.... 213.......268.. 183.... 272......673.. 201....301.....502..35.9....243..... 7... 141...322....52.... 116....... 734.......52.4

2009-10 RESULTS

DU Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ at Houston Baptist............................6....... 6........ -...... -........ W, 104-35 N15........ at Texas A&M....................................6....... 6........ -.....16......... L, 77-95 N19........ Georgia Southern ...........................11..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 69-42 N23........ Charlotte . .......................................10..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 57-44 (Caribbean Challenge) N26........ vs. Western Kentucky.......................10..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 70-47 N27........ vs. Marquette...................................10..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 74-43 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3.......... Ohio State........................................11..... 12.......3.....3......... W, 83-67 D6.......... Southern California ........................11..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 78-72 D15........ at Stanford........................................7....... 8........2.....2.......... L, 55-71 D18........ James Madison ...............................7....... 8.......24...25........ W, 79-65 D21........ at Maine............................................8....... 8........ -...... -.......... W, 75-34 D28........ NC Central ........................................8....... 8........ -...... -........ W, 117-28 D31........ at Temple...........................................8....... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 70-62 J3........... Providence ......................................8....... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 88-63 J7........... at Clemson........................................9....... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 67-41 J10......... Wake Forest .....................................9....... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 65-51 J14......... at Miami............................................7....... 7.......25.... -.......... W, 69-62 J18......... Connecticut.......................................6....... 7........1.....1.......... L, 48-81 J21......... Virginia Tech ....................................6....... 7........ -...... -.......... W, 69-38 J24......... at Maryland......................................6....... 7........ -...... -.......... W, 58-57 J29......... Florida State......................................7....... 7.......13...14........ W, 73-43 F4........... at Boston College..............................6....... 6........ -...... -........... L, 57-61 F8........... North Carolina...................................8....... 6.......18...15........ W, 79-51 F11......... NC State ...........................................8....... 7........ -...... -.......... W, 70-39 F14......... at Virginia Tech.................................8....... 7........ -...... -.......... W, 65-53 F19......... at Georgia Tech..................................8....... 7.......19.... -.......... W, 64-50 F21......... Maryland...........................................8....... 7........ -...... -.......... W, 71-59 F26......... Virginia..............................................6....... 6.......21...18........ W, 83-65 F28......... at North Carolina...............................6....... 6........ -...... -........... L, 54-64 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M5......... vs. #9 Maryland...............................9....... 8........ -...... -.......... W, 66-64 M6......... vs. #4 Georgia Tech..........................9....... 8........ -...... -.......... W, 67-55 M7......... vs. #6 NC State.................................9....... 8........ -...... -.......... W, 70-60 (NCAA Tournament) M20....... #15 Hampton...................................6....... 6........ -...... -.......... W, 72-37 M22....... #7 LSU..............................................6....... 6.......21.... -.......... W, 60-52 M27....... vs. #11 San. Diego St. .....................6....... 6........ -...... -.......... W, 66-58 M29....... vs. #4 Baylor....................................6....... 6.......14...18......... L, 48-51

ACC Women’s Basketball

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS YR

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

GMS FG-FGA PCT

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

14 statistics not available 591-42.2 14 statistics not available 705-50.4 20 419-1139 .357 258-427 .604 693-36.5 1096-54.8 22 604-1401 .431 253-399 .634 906-41.1 1461-66.4 27 746-1845 .404 383-579 .661 1166-43.2 1875-69.4 25 726-1613 .450 329-478 .688 1021-40.8 1781-71.2 29 776-1859 .417 349-512 .682 1160-40.0 1901-65.6 25 774-1662 .466 312-451 .692 1034-41.4 1860-74.4 27 736-1682 .438 416-617 .674 1072-39.7 1888-69.9 27 789-1685 .468 439-620 .708 1103-40.9 2017-74.7 30 933-1964 .475 557-818 .681 1357-45.2 2423-80.8 29 855-1799 .475 433-660 .656 1210-41.7 2143-73.9 28 785-1726 .455 29-101 .287 467-716 .652 1223-43.7 2066-73.8 28 783-1754 .446 102-251 .406 436-610 .715 1087-38.8 2104-75.1 28 743-1707 .435 87-234 .372 406-614 .661 1123-40.1 1979-70.7 28 727-1629 .446 31-134 .231 455-669 .680 1145-40.9 1940-69.3 29 778-1700 .458 50-154 .325 425-647 .657 1066-36.8 2031-70.0 27 717-1685 .426 58-155 .374 372-532 .699 1047-38.8 1864.69.0 27 804-1744 .461 84-252 .333 363-529 .686 1049-38.9 2055-76.1 31 948-2036 .466 139-383 .363 432-616 .701 1320-42.6 2467-79.6 33 957-1974 .485 192-525 .366 376-560 .671 1294-39.2 2482-75.2 30 814-1787 .456 160-454 .352 424-591 .717 1124-37.5 2212-73.7 32 867-1865 .465 177-503 .352 513-745 .689 1217-38.0 2424-75.8 36 1041-2153 .484 213-553 .385 565-791 .714 1460-40.6 2860-79.4 34 880-1976 .445 198-542 .365 576-765 .753 1337-39.3 2534-74.5 34 958-2092 .458 166-488 .340 476-679 .701 1344-39.5 2558-75.2 35 1080-2203 .490 199-520 .383 563-741 .760 1425-40.7 2922-83.5 37 1076-2354 .457 190-574 .331 580-788 .736 1494-40.4 2922-79.0 34 1027-2169 .473 182-546 .333 549-760 .722 1404-41.3 2785-81.9 36 1013-2209 .459 183-514 .356 528-754 .700 1563-43.4 2737-76.0 35 1125-2259 .498 212-542 .391 547-747 .732 1532-43.8 3009-86.0 34 940-2052 .458 160-465 .344 528-715 .738 1441-42.4 2568-75.5 35 958-2255 .425 131-486 .270 444-662 .671 1482-42.3 2491-71.2 33 885-2160 .410 147-460 .320 462-665 .695 1475-44.7 2379-72.1 36 947-2273 .417 156-512 .305 487-725 .672 1555-43.2 2537-70.5

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Duke Joanne P. McCallie Joanne P. McCallie enters her fourth year as the head coach of the Duke women’s basketball program...The Blue Devils went 30-6 in 2009-10, clinching the ACC Tournament title and reaching the NCAA Elite Eight before falling to eventual National Semifinalist Baylor…McCallie, who became the fourth head coach for the Blue Devils, guided the squad to a 25-10 mark in 2007-08 and an NCAA “Sweet 16” appearance and followed that with a third place ACC finish with marks of 27-6 overall and 11-3 in conference play...Prior to 2007-08, McCallie spent seven seasons at Michigan State, leading the Spartans to a 149-75 mark, five straight NCAA Tournament appearances, four consecutive 20-win seasons and an appearance in the NCAA Championship game in 2005...McCallie owns a career mark of 398-170 during her 18-year stint as a head coach...McCallie guided MSU to its best season in school history in 2004-05 as the Spartans advanced to the national title game, won a school-record 33 games, won a school-record 14 Big Ten games, while sharing their second Big Ten regular-season championship, won their first Big Ten Tournament title, finished 13-0 at home, had a school-record 17-game winning streak and beat 13 nationally-ranked teams, including four teams ranked No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3...McCallie was then named National Coach of the Year by the Associated Press, Basketball Times, and Nike, as well as being voted Big Ten Coach of the Year...She was also selected the 2005 Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan College Coach of the Year...Prior to her Duke experience, McCallie guided the 2007 FIBA U-21 World Championship team, which included three ACC student-athletes, to a 96-73 gold medal victory in Moscow, Russia...Over the 2006 summer, McCallie guided the USA Basketball U-20 team to a 5-0 record and a gold medal in the FIBA Americas Championships in Mexico City...The squad outscored its opponents by 62 points per game and set 28 U-20 records in the event...During her eight-year stint at Maine, McCallie guided the Black Bears to seven straight 20-win campaigns, including a 20-11 overall record in 1999-2000 and their sixth-straight NCAA Tournament appearance...The former Joanne Palombo played basketball at Northwestern from 1984-87 and still ranks seventh in Wildcat history with 378 career assists... McCallie graduated from Northwestern in 1987 with a degree in political science and earned a master’s degree in

DUKE COACHING COUNTS

THE MCCALLIE RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1976 Emma J. Howard 0-14 - 1977 Emma J. Howard 2-12 - Totals Emma J. Howard 2-26 -

ACC Tourn - - -

Non- ACC 0-14 2-12 2-26

PostSeason -

Head Coaching Experience: at Maine:............................................ 167-73 (8) at Michigan State:.............................. 149-75 (7) at Duke:................................................ 82-22 (3) Career:............................................ 398-170 (18)

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Totals

Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard Debbie Leonard

1-19 11-11 14-13 12-13 14-15 15-10 13-14 19-8 21-9 19-10 17-11 12-16 15-13 16-12 14-15 213-189

0-8 3-6 5-5 3-6 3-8 6-7 5-9 7-7 9-5 7-7 5-9 2-12 4-10 6-8 4-12 69-119

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-15

1-11 8-4 10-6 8-7 10-6 9-2 8-4 11-0 12-3 12-2 12-1 10-3 11-2 10-3 9-2 141-56

WNIT 1-2 NCAA 1-1

Education: Northwestern...............................................1987 Auburn (masters).........................................1990

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Totals

Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors Gail Goestenkors

12-15 16-11 22-9 26-7 19-11 24-8 29-7 28-6 30-4 31-4 35-2 30-4 31-5 31-4 32-2 396-99

3-13 7-9 10-6 12-4 9-7 13-3 15-1 12-4 13-3 16-0 16-0 15-1 12-2 12-2 14-0 180-56

0-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 26-10

9-1 8-1 10-2 13-2 9-3 10-4 13-5 13-2 14-1 12-4 16-2 12-3 17-2 18-1 17-1 191-34

NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 5-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 5-1 NCAA 2-1

2008 2009 2010 Totals

Joanne P. McCallie Joanne P. McCallie Joanne P. McCallie Joanne P. McCallie

25-10 27-6 30-6 82-22

10-4 11-3 12-2 33-9

2-1 2-1 3-0 7-2

13-5 14-2 15-4 42-11

NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1

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Career Coaching Records: 1993 – Maine............................................... 9-20 1994 – Maine............................................... 20-7 1995 – Maine............................................... 24-6 1996 – Maine............................................... 27-5 1997 – Maine............................................... 22-8 1998 – Maine............................................... 21-9 1999 – Maine............................................... 24-7 2000 – Maine............................................. 20-11 2001 - Michigan State............................... 10-18 2002 - Michigan State............................... 19-13 2003 - Michigan State............................... 17-12 2004 - Michigan State................................. 22-9 2005 - Michigan State................................. 33-4 2006 - Michigan State............................... 24-10 2007 - Michigan State................................. 24-9 2008 - Duke............................................... 25-10 2009 - Duke................................................. 27-6 2010 - Duke................................................. 30-6 Duke Totals: Overall Record:.................................... 693-336 (.673) ACC Record:......................................... 281-183 (.606) ACC Tournament Record:......................... 35-27 (.565) Postseason Record:.................................. 44-19 (.698) NCAA Record:.......................................... 43-17 (.717) WNIT Record:............................................... 1-2 (.333)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Duke INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 43............................................Monique Currie vs. Miami, 2-19-06 Field Goals Made:...................... 16...................Sue Harnett vs. Virginia Commonwealth, 12-10-88 ......................................................................................................Alana Beard vs. Virginia, 1-9-03 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 7................................Nicole Erickson (7-12) vs. Clemson, 1-14-99 .................................................................................Jessica Foley (7-12) vs. Georgia Tech, 1-17-05 Free Throws Made:..................... 15............................................Monique Currie vs. Miami, 2-19-06 ......................................................................................... Nicole Johnson vs. Wake Forest, 2-26-92 Rebounds:.................................. 24............................................ Barb Krause vs. Catawba, 1-10-79 Assists:....................................... 12................................. Jasmine Thomas vs. Marquette, 11-29-09 .................................................................................................... Katie Meier vs. NC State, 1-10-90 .............................................................................................Leigh Morgan vs. California, 12-27-88 ......................................................................................... Monique Currie vs. Georgia Tech, 2-7-04 Steals:........................................ 10.......................................Abby Waner vs. Utah Valley, 12-18-07 Blocked Shots:........................... 11.......................................Sarah Sullivan vs. Richmond, 1-22-83 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 813................................................ Alana Beard (37 games), 2003 Scoring Average:....................... 23.0........................................... Chris Moreland (30 games), 1986 Field Goal Percentage:............... 65.5......................................................Tyish Hall (216-330), 1996 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 53.9........................................................ Jenni Kraft (41-76), 1989 Free Throw Percentage:............. 90.0...................................................... Jenni Kraft (90-100), 1989 Rebounds:.................................. 354............................................ Chris Moreland (30 games), 1986 Assists:....................................... 170....................................................... Kira Orr (33 games), 1996 Steals:........................................ 114................................................ Alana Beard (35 games), 2002 Blocked Shots:........................... 151.................................................Alison Bales (34 games), 2007

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Alana Beard (00-04)...................136........2687........19.8 Chris Moreland (84-88)...............111........2232........20.1 Monique Currie (01-06)..............140........2122........15.2 Sue Harnett (86-91)....................117........1785........15.3 Katie Meier (85-90)....................109........1761........16.2 Iciss Tillis (00-04)........................137........1712........12.5 Georgia Schweitzer (97-01)........136........1620........11.9 Chante Black (04-09)..................136........1438........10.6 Mistie Bass (02-06).....................142........1409..........9.9 Abby Waner (05-09)...................131........1408........10.7 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Chris Moreland (84-88)...............111........2232........20.1 Alana Beard (00-04)...................136........2687........19.8 Katie Meier (85-90)....................109........1761........16.2 Sue Harnett (86-91)....................117........1785........15.3 Monique Currie (01-06)..............140........2122........15.2 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Chris Moreland (84-88)...............111........1229........11.1 Chante Black (04-09)..................136..........995..........7.3 Iciss Tillis (00-04)........................137..........946..........6.9 Sue Harnett (86-91)....................117..........899..........7.7 Monique Currie (01-06)..............140..........874..........6.2 Alison Bales (03-07)...................129..........804..........6.2 Mistie Bass (02-06).....................800..........142..........5.6 Alana Beard (00-04)...................136..........789..........5.8 Jennifer Chestnut (80-84)...........100..........737..........7.4 Barb Krause (78-81).....................74..........732..........9.9

TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 128....................................................... Howard (128-53), 12-6-02 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 24.................................................... Ball State (110-24), 12-19-05 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 89...................................................NC Central (117-28), 12-28-09 Field Goals Made:...................... 51........................................................... Howard (51-84), 12-6-02 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 13................................ 3 times, last: San Diego (13-22), 12-30-05 Free Throws Made:..................... 40............................................... Cheyney State (40-49), 12-28-85 Rebounds:.................................. 68.......................................................................Catawba, 1-10-79 Assists:....................................... 36.................................................................. San Diego, 12-30-05 Steals:........................................ 28................................................... vs. UNC Greensboro, 11-18-07 Blocked Shots:........................... 16................................................................... Ball State, 12-20-04

Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Chris Moreland (84-88)...............111........1229........11.1 Barb Krause (78-81).....................74..........732..........9.9 Sue Harnett (86-91)....................117..........899..........7.7 Jennifer Chestnut (80-84)...........100..........737..........7.4 Chante Black (04-09)..................136..........995..........7.3

TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 3,009.....................................................................35 games, 2006 Scoring Average:....................... 86.0............................................................ 35, 3,009 points, 2006 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 27.7.......................................................................86.0-58.2, 2006 Field Goal Percentage:............... 49.8.....................................................................1125-2259, 2006 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 40.6.........................................................................102-251, 1989 Free Throw Percentage:............. 76.0.........................................................................563-741, 2002 Rebounds:.................................. 1,563.....................................................................36 games, 2005 Assists:....................................... 717........................................................................35 games, 2006 Steals:........................................ 480........................................................................36 games, 2010 Blocked Shots:........................... 267........................................................................35 games, 2006 ................................................................................................................................36 games, 2005

Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Lindsey Harding (02-07).............140..........579..........4.1 Hilary Howard (95-99)...............121..........533..........4.4 Alana Beard (00-04)...................136..........509..........3.7 Wanisha Smith (04-08)...............135..........496..........3.7 Kira Orr (93-97)..........................119..........445..........3.7

ACC Women’s Basketball

Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Alana Beard (00-04)...................136..........404..........3.0 Abby Waner (05-09)...................131..........313..........2.4 Iciss Tillis (00-04)........................137..........270..........1.7 Lindsey Harding (02-07).............140..........261..........1.9 Katie Meier (85-90)....................109..........232..........2.1

Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Alison Bales (03-07)...................129..........434..........3.4 Chante Black (04-09)..................136..........261..........1.9 Sarah Sullivan (82-87)................113..........212..........1.9 Iciss Tillis (00-04)........................137..........151..........1.1 Alana Beard (00-04)...................136..........149..........1.1

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Florida State Cierra Bravard

THE 2010-11 SEMINOLES

Forward, Junior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Courtney Ward Guard, Senior

Pos.

Ht.

00 Chasity Clayton

F

03 Alexa Deluzio

Exp.

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

6-0

1L R-So.

Alexandria, Va. (Edison)

G

5-11

1L R-So.

Windemere, Fla. (First Academy)

05 Christian Hunnicutt

G

5-10

3L

Sr.

Jonesboro, Ga. (Landmark Christian)

10 Leonor Rodriguez

G

5-11

1L

So.

Canary Islands, Spain (Guaydil)

12 Courtney Ward

G

5-7

3L

Sr.

Montgomery, Ala. (Jefferson Davis)

14 Tay’ler Mingo

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

South Euclid, Ohio (Regina)

22 Olivia Bresnahan

G

5-11

HS

Fr.

Fenelton, Pa. (Butler)

32 Lauren Coleman

F

6-0

HS

Fr.

Lawrenceville, Ga. (Parkview)

33 Natasha Howard

F

6-3

HS

Fr.

Toledo, Ohio (Morrison R. Waite)

34 Chelsea Davis

F

6-2

1L

So.

Middletown, Del. (Middletown)

54 Cierra Bravard

F

6-4

2L

Jr.

Sandusky, Ohio (Perkins)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:.........................Sue Semrau Career Record:............. 234-166 (13 yrs) Record at FSU:............. 234-166 (13 yrs) Alma Mater:............... UC-San Diego, ‘85 Associate Coach:......................Cori Close Assistant Coaches:.............. Lance White ........................................Angie Johnson Dir. of WBK Operations:.. Melissa Bruner 2009-10 Record:..............................29-6 2009-10 ACC Record:............. 12-2 (t1st) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 7/4 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 3/2 NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 10/2010

Location:......................Tallahassee, Fla. Founded:........................................ 1851 Enrollment:................................. 40,255 Nickname:.............................Seminoles Colors:.......................... Garnet and Gold Arena:......... The Tucker Center (12,100) President:................... Dr. Eric J. Barron Athletic Director:..........Randy Spetman FAR:..... Pamela Perrewe (effective Jan.) SWA:............................... Dr. Allison Rich SID Contact:.................. Brandon Mellor Email:........................ bmellor@fsu.edu Phone:............................. 850.645.7683 Press Row:....................... 850.224.8790 Website:................ www.seminoles.com

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date Opponent................... Record Against...TV.......Time N12

Alabama State............................2-2...................... 6:00p

N15

at Auburn...................................2-9...................... 7:00p

N18

Colorado State............................1-0...................... 7:00p

N21

Vanderbilt...................................0-0...................... 2:00p

N26

vs. Alabama...............................4-5...................... 8:00p

N27

vs. Arizona St./Providence...... 0-2/0-0...................... TBA

D1

Michigan State...........................0-1...................... 7:00p

D4

at Western Carolina....................3-0...................... 2:00p

D12

Jacksonville State.......................0-0........FSN-FL... 2:00p

D15

UCF............................................14-2..................... 6:00p

D18

at Yale.........................................0-0...................... 7:00p

D21

at Connecticut............................0-6........ESPNU... 7:00p

D28

Florida.......................................9-41..................... 7:00p

D30

Stetson......................................13-4..................... 7:00p

J2

at Missouri..................................1-2...................... 3:00p

J6

at Virginia Tech.........................17-9..................... 7:00p

J9

Virginia.....................................11-30......FSN-FL... 3:00p

J14

Duke..........................................8-30......... RSN..... 6:30p

J20

at Clemson................................16-24........ CSS...... 7:00p

J24

Miami........................................29-8......... RSN..... 7:00p

J27

at Boston College.......................6-1...................... 7:00p

J30

at NC State...............................10-24........ RSN..... 1:00p

F2

North Carolina...........................9-27.......FSN-FL... 7:00p

F7

at Virginia................................11-30........ RSN..... 7:00p

F11

Georgia Tech.............................19-18........ RSN..... 6:30p

F17

at Wake Forest..........................22-14.................... 7:00p

F20

Maryland..................................12-23...... ESPN2... 3:00p

F24

at Miami....................................29-8......... CSS...... 7:00p

F27

Clemson....................................16-24.................... 2:00p

M3-6

ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

(Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) (Junkanoo Jam, Bahamas) (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Florida State 2009-10 STATISTICS (29-6, 12-2 ACC) 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 50 Jacinta Monroe.......... 35..... 35......... 914......26.1...... 176.... 348.......506......... 1........ 3.......333.. 108.... 146......740.... 92....163.....255....7.3......82..... 1..... 31.....49....76...... 29....... 461.......13.2 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 402......28.7........ 71.... 139.......511......... 0........ 0.......000.... 45...... 57......789.... 37......78.....115....8.2......32..... 0..... 11.....20....24...... 13....... 187.......13.4 02 Alysha Harvin............ 35..... 31......... 826......23.6...... 132.... 354.......373....... 64.... 177.......362.... 56...... 79......709.... 43......80.....123....3.5......93..... 1..... 68.....79......9...... 46....... 384.......11.0 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 345......24.6........ 55.... 146.......377....... 33...... 90.......367.... 21...... 31......677.... 12......30.......42....3.0......35..... 0..... 24.....36......2...... 12....... 164.......11.7 12 Courtney Ward........... 35..... 35....... 1086......31.0...... 123.... 303.......406....... 64.... 174.......368.... 64...... 80......800.... 15....109.....124....3.5......59..... 0... 198...155......2...... 68....... 374.......10.7 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 443......31.6........ 56.... 128.......438....... 33...... 73.......452.... 31...... 39......795...... 2......43.......45....3.2......23..... 0..... 79.....73......0...... 33....... 176.......12.6 03 Alexa Deluzio............. 35....... 6......... 723......20.7...... 104.... 237.......439....... 40...... 99.......404.... 43...... 53......811.... 32......58.......90....2.6......34..... 0..... 50.....78....11...... 30....... 291.........8.3 ....................................... 14....... 2......... 215......15.4........ 28...... 69.......406....... 10...... 27.......370.... 18...... 20......900.... 12......15.......27....1.9......12..... 0..... 11.....29......1...... 10......... 84.........6.0 00 Chasity Clayton.......... 35..... 17......... 730......20.9...... 114.... 262.......435....... 10...... 27.......370.... 42...... 73......575.... 71....115.....186....5.3......61..... 0..... 14.....57......3...... 16....... 280.........8.0 ....................................... 14..... 11......... 326......23.3........ 50.... 117.......427......... 4...... 13.......308.... 15...... 22......682.... 28......52.......80....5.7......28..... 0....... 6.....23......1........ 4....... 119.........8.5 54 Cierra Bravard........... 35..... 16......... 646......18.5........ 93.... 191.......487......... 0........ 0.......000.... 64...... 93......688.... 58....101.....159....4.5....102..... 4..... 13.....51....20...... 19....... 250.........7.1 ....................................... 14....... 1......... 256......18.3........ 31...... 58.......534......... 0........ 0.......000.... 21...... 31......677.... 22......45.......67....4.8......36..... 1....... 7.....16......8...... 11......... 83.........5.9 01 Angel Gray................. 35..... 35......... 883......25.2........ 62.... 121.......512....... 16...... 32.......500.... 79.... 109......725.... 42....106.....148....4.2......60..... 0..... 85.....83......5...... 36....... 219.........6.3 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 353......25.2........ 27...... 50.......540......... 7...... 10.......700.... 27...... 34......794...... 9......45.......54....3.9......22..... 0..... 38.....37......2...... 19......... 88.........6.3 05 Christian Hunnicutt.... 35....... 0......... 726......20.7........ 58.... 146.......397....... 11...... 35.......314.... 29...... 41......707.... 36......58.......94....2.7......48..... 1..... 63.....42....12...... 32....... 156.........4.5 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 270......19.3........ 30...... 63.......476......... 7...... 18.......389...... 8...... 11......727.... 12......25.......37....2.6......20..... 0..... 27.....20......3...... 11......... 75.........5.4 34 Chelsea Davis............ 32....... 0......... 251........7.8........ 33...... 59.......559......... 0........ 0.......000.... 27...... 39......692.... 34......31.......65....2.0......43..... 0....... 3.....18......8...... 12......... 93.........2.9 ....................................... 13....... 0........... 76........5.8.......... 7...... 12.......583......... 0........ 0.......000...... 6...... 10......600...... 4........7.......11....0.8......16..... 0....... 0.......4......1........ 6......... 20.........1.5 10 Leonor Rodriguez....... 15....... 0......... 115........7.7........ 16...... 32.......500......... 1........ 3.......333...... 8...... 13......615...... 3......20.......23....1.5........7..... 0....... 9.....30......1........ 2......... 41.........2.7 ....................................... 12....... 0........... 90........7.5........ 12...... 26.......462......... 0........ 2.......000...... 7...... 11......636...... 2......15.......17....1.4........6..... 0....... 7.....25......1........ 1......... 31.........2.6 22 Kayli Keough............. 15....... 0......... 124........8.3.......... 7...... 26.......269......... 5...... 11.......455.... 14...... 18......778...... 5......18.......23....1.5......19..... 0..... 12.......9......3........ 6......... 33.........2.2 ......................................... 6....... 0........... 24........4.0.......... 1........ 6.......167......... 1........ 3.......333.... 10...... 11......909...... 0........2.........2....0.3........6..... 0....... 1.......0......1........ 2......... 13.........2.2 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 75......81.....156....4.5........0.....................12............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 29......32.......61....4.4........0.......................7............................................ Florida State................... 35........................................... 918.. 2079.......442..... 212.... 561.......378.. 534.... 744......718.. 506....940...1446..41.3....608..... 7... 546...663..150.... 296..... 2582.......73.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 368.... 814.......452....... 95.... 236.......403.. 209.... 277......755.. 169....389.....558..39.9....236..... 1... 211...290....44.... 122..... 1040.......74.3 Opponents...................... 35........................................... 757.. 2095.......361..... 180.... 629.......286.. 435.... 622......699.. 482....748...1230..35.1....657...... -... 441...667....85.... 274..... 2129.......60.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 314.... 854.......368....... 56.... 227.......247.. 171.... 242......707.. 186....303.....489..34.9....263..... 4... 175...276....36.... 135....... 855.......61.1

2009-10 RESULTS

FS Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ North Florida....................................15..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 49-50 N17........ at Florida..........................................13..... 10....... -...... -.......... W, 66-62 N20........ Stetson.............................................13..... 10....... -...... -........ W, 101-35 N22........ at Georgia State................................13..... 10....... -...... -.......... W, 66-53 (Seminole Classic) N27........ Auburn.............................................13..... 10....... -...... -.......... W, 82-67 N29........ Missouri............................................12...... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 73-66 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3.......... at Indiana........................................12...... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 82-74 D6.......... Alcorn State......................................12...... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 78-50 D16........ at UCF..............................................10...... 6........ -...... -.......... W, 70-58 (Duel in the Desert) D19........ vs. UT-San Antonio...........................10...... 6........ -...... -.......... W, 65-50 D20........ vs. DePaul........................................10...... 6........ -...... -........... L, 60-75 D21........ vs. Hawai’i.......................................12...... 6........ -...... -.......... W, 83-39 D28........ Connecticut .....................................12..... 11.......1.....1.......... L, 59-78 D30........ Western Carolina .............................12..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 80-47 J3........... Temple . ...........................................12..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 77-64 J7........... Virginia ...........................................13..... 11......21...19........ W, 68-50 J10......... at Miami...........................................13..... 11....... -...... -........... L, 70-78 J14......... at Clemson.......................................16..... 16....... -...... -.......... W, 80-50 J17......... NC State ..........................................16..... 16....... -...... -.......... W, 74-71 J21......... Harvard ...........................................15..... 16....... -...... -.......... W, 96-52 J24......... Boston College ................................15..... 16....... -...... -.......... W, 85-64 J29......... at Duke.............................................13..... 14.......7.....7.......... L, 43-73 F1........... at North Carolina..............................16..... 14.......9....13........ W, 83-73 F7........... Wake Forest .....................................16..... 12....... -...... -.......... W, 83-38 F11......... Clemson ..........................................10..... 10....... -...... -.......... W, 67-50 F15......... at Georgia Tech.................................10..... 10......19.... -.......... W, 69-59 F18......... Virginia Tech.....................................10..... 10....... -...... -.......... W, 78-68 F22......... at Virginia.........................................9...... 10......21...18........ W, 59-58 F25......... Miami . .............................................9....... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 87-62 F28......... at Maryland......................................9....... 9........ -...... -.......... W, 94-61 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M5......... vs. #7 Boston College.......................8....... 6........ -...... -........... L, 60-67 (NCAA Tournament) M20....... #14 Louisiana Tech..........................11..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 75-61 M22....... #6 St. John’s....................................11..... 11......15...17.. W, 66-65 (ot) M28....... vs. #7 Mississippi St........................11..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 74-71 M30....... vs. #1 UConn...................................11..... 11.......1.....1.......... L, 50-90

ACC Women’s Basketball

YR

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS

GMS FG-FGA PCT

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

11 statistics not available 488-48.8 32 statistics not available 1543-48.2 23 statistics not available 1390-60.4 22 statistics not available 1533-69.7 16 statistics not available 997-62.3 32 statistics not available 2397-74.9 35 1049-2384 .440 484-781 .620 1484-42.4 2582-73.8 29 881-1835 .480 406-618 .657 1313-45.3 2168-74.8 38 1171-2322 .502 541-815 .664 1545-41.7 2883-77.9 30 912-1823 .500 489-710 .689 1274-42.5 2313-77.1 31 825-1771 .466 383-549 .698 1080-37.2 2033-70.1 28 759-1819 .401 388-579 .670 1058-37.8 1846-56.9 28 752-1901 .417 345-555 .622 1218-43.6 1849-66.0 28 724-1892 .380 385-667 .580 1280-45.7 1833-65.5 27 776-1793 .433 42-147 .293 385-584 .659 1119-41.3 1980-73.3 27 851-1813 .469 56-129 .434 332-534 .622 993-36.8 2090-77.4 30 895-1918 .467 49-192 .255 462-673 .686 1186-39.5 2301-76.7 32 1026-1972 .520 57-188 .303 573-826 .694 1238-38.7 2682-83.8 28 794-1680 .473 32-119 .269 500-713 .701 1144-40.9 2120-75.7 27 722-1551 .466 72-217 .332 395-582 .679 925-34.3 1911-70.8 27 538-1409 .382 106-319 .332 393-569 .691 775-28.7 1575-58.3 30 651-1723 .378 102-356 .287 455-698 .652 1088-36.3 1859-62.0 28 613-1547 .396 60-195 .308 389-617 .630 1060-38.9 1675-59.8 27 632-1654 .382 104-389 .267 245-419 .585 945-35.0 1613-59.7 27 656-1616 .406 91-328 .277 385-606 .635 1035-38.3 1788-66.2 27 724-1718 .421 63-258 .244 459-693 .662 1020-37.8 1970-73.0 29 769-1763 .436 87-310 .281 395-609 .649 1111-38.3 2020-69.7 31 790-1823 .433 123-422 .291 498-711 .700 1205-38.9 2201-71.0 28 689-1641 .420 135-416 .325 439-650 .675 1090-38.9 1952-69.7 30 722-1787 .404 84-310 .271 424-647 .655 1216-40.5 1952-65.1 30 799-1816 .440 95-312 .304 414-636 .651 1158-38.6 2107-70.2 32 803-1863 .431 166-516 .322 438-625 .701 1191-37.2 2210-69.1 30 792-1877 .422 121-370 .327 434-668 .650 1187-39.6 2139-71.3 34 879-2055 .428 116-377 .308 432-657 .658 1400-41.2 2306-67.8 33 824-1969 .418 182-510 .357 453-684 .662 1302-39.5 2283-69.2 34 833-1974 .422 192-505 .380 528-781 .676 1361-40.0 2386-70.2 35 918-2079 .442 212-561 .378 534-744 .718 1446-41.3 2582-73.8

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Florida State Sue Semrau Sue Semrau enters her 14th season as the all-time winningest coach in Florida State women’s basketball history ... In 2010, Florida State set several program records, including total wins (29), national rankings (No. 6 USA Today/ESPN and No. 7 AP) and longest postseason run (NCAA Elite Eight) … The Seminoles finished tied for first in the league with 12 victories … The 2009 season saw the Seminoles have one of the most successful seasons in Semrau’s career as Florida State reached the NCAA Tournament for a school-record fifth consecutive time and achieved what was then the highest national rankings in program history (No. 11 AP and No. 12 USA Today/ESPN) ... En route to collecting the 2009 ACC Coach of the Year nod, her Noles tallied the second-most wins in program history with 27, and set a new school record for highest NCAA Tournament seeding at No. 3 ... FSU finished in a tie for first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference for the first time ever as both the Seminoles and Maryland Terrapins finished with 12 league victories, the most in program history ... On Feb. 13, Semrau coached barefoot in observance of the Samaritan’s Feet campaign and her Seminoles pulled off a 77-70 defeat of a UNC squad that was ranked No. 7 in the country at the time ... The game’s outcome also marked Semrau’s illustrious 200th career victory ... Before coming to Florida State, Semrau served three years as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Wisconsin under former Badger head coach Jane Albright (1993-97) ... She also coached with Albright at Northern Illinois from 1990-93 ... Semrau served as head coach and assistant athletic director at Occidental College in Los Angeles for four years (1987-90) ... At Occidental, Semrau also coached soccer for two seasons and was responsible for fundraising and promotions at the Division III institution ... She was also a member of the NCAA regional selection committee and chaired the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for women’s basketball ... Semrau played basketball at the University of California at San Diego, where she ranks 13th in all-time scoring and fourth in all-time assists ... Semrau graduated from UC-San Diego in 1985 and earned her master’s in athletic administration from Southern California in 1988.

FLORIDA STATE COACHING COUNTS

THE SEMRAU RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1974 Joel Thirer 8-3 - Totals Joel Thirer 8-3 -

ACC Tourn - -

Non- ACC 8-3 8-3

PostSeason -

Head Coaching Experience: at Florida State:.............................. 234-166 (13) Career:........................................................Same

1975 1976 Totals

Millie Usher Millie Usher Millie Usher

15-17 11-12 26-29

- - -

- - -

15-17 11-12 26-29

-

Education: California-San Diego....................................1985 Southern California.....................1988 (Master’s)

1977 1978 1979 Totals

Dianne Murphy Dianne Murphy Dianne Murphy Dianne Murphy

10-12 8-8 17-15 35-35

- - - -

- - - -

10-12 8-8 17-15 35-35

-

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 Totals

Janice Dykehouse Janice Dykehouse Janice Dykehouse Janice Dykehouse Janice Dykehouse Janice D. Allen Janice D. Allen Janice D. Allen

13-22 14-15 28-10 24-6 13-18 7-21 12-16 111-108

- - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - -

13-22 14-15 28-10 24-6 13-18 7-21 12-16 111-108

WNIT 2-1 NCAA 0-1 -

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Totals

Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors Marynell Meadors

9-19 9-18 16-11 21-9 25-7 17-11 13-14 6-21 8-22 8-20 132-152

- - - - - 8-8 6-10 3-13 3-13 2-14 22-58

- - - - - 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-5

9-19 9-18 16-11 21-9 25-7 9-2 7-3 3-7 5-8 5-5 29-25

NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 -

1997 Totals

Chris Gobrecht Chris Gobrecht

5-22 5-22

0-16 0-16

0-1 0-1

5-5 5-5

-

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau Sue Semrau

9-18 7-20 12-17 19-12 13-15 17-13 15-15 24-8 20-10 24-10 19-14 26-8 29-6 234-166

5-11 2-14 4-12 9-7 4-12 8-8 7-9 9-5 10-4 10-4 7-7 12-2 12-2 99-97

0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 5-13

4-5 5-4 7-4 9-4 9-2 9-4 8-5 15-2 10-5 13-4 11-6 13-5 17-3 130-53

NCAA 1-1 WNIT 1-1 WNIT 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1

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Career Coaching Records: 1998 - Florida State..................................... 9-18 1999 - Florida State..................................... 7-20 2000 - Florida State................................... 12-17 2001 - Florida State................................... 19-12 2002 - Florida State................................... 13-15 2003 - Florida State................................... 17-13 2004 - Florida State................................... 15-15 2005 - Florida State..................................... 24-8 2006 - Florida State................................... 20-10 2007 - Florida State................................... 24-10 2008 - Florida State................................... 19-14 2009 - Florida State..................................... 26-8 2010 - Florida State..................................... 29-6 Florida State Totals: Overall Record:.................................... 531-513 (.509) ACC Record:......................................... 121-171 (.414) ACC Tournament Record:........................... 6-19 (.240) Postseason Record:.................................. 15-13 (.536) NCAA Record:.......................................... 11-10 (.524) NWIT Record:............................................... 4-3 (.571)

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Florida State INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 39.................................... Roneeka Hodges vs. Maryland, 1-16-05 Field Goals Made:...................... 17................................. Laine Lasseter vs. SE Louisiana, 12-16-79 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 7.............................. Christy Derlak vs. UT-Chattanooga, 11-26-93 Free Throws Made:..................... 14...............5 times, last: Tia Paschal (14-17) vs. North Carolina, 1-10-93 Rebounds:.................................. 24.....................................Levys Torres vs. Coppin State, 12-28-00 Assists:....................................... 14................................................Shirley Silsby vs. Flagler, 2-6-76 Steals:........................................ 10.............................. Wanda Burns vs. South Alabama, 11-24-89 Blocked Shots:........................... 9....................................Jacinta Monroe vs. Georgia Tech, 1-18-09 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 710............................................. Sue Galkantas (34 games), 1982 Scoring Average:....................... 21.6............................................ Sue Galkantas (29 games), 1981 Field Goal Percentage:............... 65.6....................................... Chantelle Dishman (191-291), 1991 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 50.0.................................................. Courtney Ward (37-74), 2009 Free Throw Percentage:............. 85.7................................................ Wanda Burns (115-139), 1990 Rebounds:.................................. 336.................................................Cherry River (24 games), 1978 Assists:....................................... 198.............................................Courtney Ward (35 games), 2010 Steals:........................................ 101.............................................Alicia Gladden (32 games), 2005 Blocked Shots:........................... 84..............................................Jacinta Monroe (34 games), 2009 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 114.......................................................... Stetson (114-71), 2-6-91 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 16.......................................................West Florida (100-16), 1975 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 84.......................................................West Florida (100-16), 1975 Field Goals Made:...................... 49.............................................................. Stetson (49-81), 2-6-91 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 12..................................................................... Maryland, 2-28-10 .......................................................................................................................... Richmond, 3-21-04 Free Throws Made:..................... 36.................................................................... Fordham, 12-31-84 Rebounds:.................................. 74......................................................................... Florida, 12-4-78 Assists:....................................... 29................................................................ Florida A&M, 1-20-82 ...................................................................................................................... Florida A&M, 1-21-91 Steals:........................................ 31............................................................... South Florida, 2-12-81 Blocked Shots:........................... 12........................................................................ Mercer, 11-17-78 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,883.....................................................................38 games, 1982 Scoring Average:....................... 83.8.................................................32 games, 2,682 points, 1991 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 9.1.........................................................................70.2-61.1, 2009 Field Goal Percentage:............... 52.0.....................................................................1026-1972, 1991 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 43.4...........................................................................56-129, 1989 Free Throw Percentage:............. 71.8.........................................................................534-744, 2010 Rebounds:.................................. 1,545.....................................................................38 games, 1982 Assists:....................................... 601........................................................................38 games, 1982

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Sue Galkantas (80-84)................120........2323........19.4 Tia Paschal (89-93).....................116........1662........14.3 Cherry Rivers (76-80)..................103........1636........15.9 Bev Burnett (84-89)......................97........1509........15.6 April Traylor (99-02)...................112........1503........13.4 Latavia Coleman (96-00)..............91........1428........15.7 Alicia Gladden (03-07)...............126........1403........11.1 Wanda Burns (88-91)....................87........1394........16.0 Chris Davis (87-91).....................110........1365........12.4 Brooke Wyckoff (97-01)..............109........1350........12.4 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Sue Galkantas (80-83)................120........2323........19.4 Wanda Burns (88-91)....................87........1394........16.0 Cherry Rivers (76-80)..................103........1636........15.9 Jackie Arnold (77-79)...................46..........727........15.8 Latavia Coleman (96-00)..............91........1428........15.7 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Cherry Rivers (76-80)..................103........1029........10.0 Sue Galkantas (80-84)................120........1006..........8.4 Glenda Stokes (79-83)................130..........938..........7.2 Jacinta Monroe (06-10)..............136..........916..........6.7 LeeVayn Oliver (80-84)...............122..........869..........7.1 Brooke Wyckoff (97-01)..............109..........804..........7.4 Sarah Hall (84-88)......................110..........785..........7.1 Chantelle Dishman (89-93)...........94..........777..........8.3 Tia Paschal (89-93).....................116..........703..........6.1 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Brenda Cliette (82-87)..................53..........571........10.8 Cherry Rivers (76-80)..................103........1029........10.0 Chris Brokas (76-79).....................64..........580..........9.1 Lorraine Rimson (83-85)...............78..........652..........8.4 Sue Galkantas (80-84)................122........1006..........8.4 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Alicia Gladden (03-07)...............126..........275..........2.2 Tia Paschal (89-93).....................116..........269..........2.3 Chris Davis (87-91).....................110..........221..........2.0 April Traylor (98-02)...................112..........217..........1.9 Glenda Stokes (79-83)................130..........201..........1.5 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Shante Williams (03-08).............121..........451..........3.7 Jen Robinson (96-99)..................108..........388..........3.6 April Traylor (98-02)...................112..........387..........3.5 Allison Peercy (92-95).................111..........382..........3.4 Robin Corn (87-92).....................112..........360..........3.2 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Jacinta Monroe (06-10)..............136..........300..........2.2 Brooke Wyckoff (97-01)..............109..........209..........1.9 Wendy Hampton (94-98)............112..........134..........1.2 Sarah Hall (84-88)......................110..........110..........1.0 Britany Miller (05-08)...................70..........103..........1.5

Steals:........................................ 406........................................................................38 games, 1982 Blocked Shots:........................... 166........................................................................34 games, 2007

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Georgia Tech Sasha Goodlett

THE 2010-11 YELLOW JACKETS

Center, Junior

Bold indicates returning starter

Deja Foster

Guard, Senior

o. Player N Pos. Ht. Exp. Cl. Hometown (Last School) 1 Dawnn Maye G 5-8 HS Fr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Dillard) 2 Mo Bennett G 5-10 2L Jr. Statesboro, Ga. (Statesboro) 3 Sharena Taylor G 5-9 1L So. Pontiac, Mich. (Detroit Country Day) 5 Metra Walthour G 5-6 2L Jr. Hinesville, Ga. (Liberty County) 10 Danielle Hamilton-Carter F 6-4 HS So. Stockholm, Sweden (Fryshusets Gymnasium) 11 Sandra Hasahya-Ngoie F 6-2 HS Fr. Skärholmen, Sweden (Fryshusets Gymnasium) 12 Frida Fogdemark G 6-2 HS Fr. Östertälje, Sweden (Igelstavikens Gymnasium) 13 Erica Thompson G 5-5 HS Jr. Stockbridge, Ga. (Dutchtown/Alabama A&M) 14 LaQuananisha Adams C 6-4 2L Jr. Hinesville, Ga. (Liberty County) 15 Tyaunna Marshall G 5-9 HS Fr. Upper Marlboro, Md. (Elizabeth Seton) 22 Alex Montgomery G/F 6-1 3L Sr. Tacoma, Wash. (Lincoln) 23 Deja Foster G 6-0 3L Sr. Memphis, Tenn. (Wooddale) 24 Shayla Bivins C 6-5 1L So. Jacksonville, Fla. (Stanton College Prep) 32 Chelsea Regins F 6-2 2L Jr. Broward, Fla. (Dillard) 44 Jasmine Blain G 6-2 1L So. Atlanta, Ga. (North Cobb) 45 Sasha Goodlett

C

6-5

2L Jr.

Bolton, Miss. (Clinton)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:................. MaChelle Joseph Career Record:................. 129-86 (7 yrs) Record at Georgia Tech:... 129-86 (7 yrs) Alma Mater:......................... Purdue, ‘92 Assistant Coaches:................... Gene Hill ...........................................Octavia Blue ............................................... Jim Lewis Dir. of WBK Ops:............ Monique Govan 2009-10 Record:............................23-10 2009-10 ACC Record:.............. 8-6 (t4th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:.................... 10/2 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 4/1 NCAA Appearances/Last:.............. 6/2010

Location:............................. Atlanta, Ga. Founded:........................................ 1885 Enrollment:................................. 19,584 Nickname:.. Yellow Jackets, Ramblin Wreck Colors:..................... Old Gold and White Arena:.Alexander Memorial Coliseum (9,191) President:..........Dr. G.P “Bud” Peterson Athletic Director:......... Dan Radakovich FAR:................... Sue Ann Bidstrup Allen SWA:.............................. Theresa Wenzel SID Contact:.................. Marcus Dittmer Email:........mdittmer@athletics.gatech.edu Phone:............................. 404.894.5445 Press Row:....................... 404.864.5458 Website:.......... www.ramblinwreck.com

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N12 N14 N17 N19 N21 N25 N26 N27

D1

D3 D5 D21 D23 D28 D30 J2 J6 J9 J13 J17 J21 J23 J27 J30 F3 F11 F13 F17 F24 F27 M3-6

Opponent................... Record Against...TV...... Time Georgia State.......................... 22-11.....................5:00p at Old Dominion....................... 1-1.......................2:00p Kennesaw State........................ 5-0.......................5:00p Prairie View A&M..................... 0-0.......................5:00p Connecticut.............................. 0-1.......................2:00p vs. Georgetown......................... 0-0.......................8:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) vs. Tennessee . ......................... 0-3.......................8:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) vs. Missouri.............................. 0-0.......................5:45p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) Northwestern........................... 0-0.......................7:00p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) Middle Tennessee State............ 0-0.......................7:00p Georgia.................................... 3-29..........CSS......2:00p at Portland State...................... 0-0.......................7:00p at Washington.......................... 0-0.......................5:00p Mercer..................................... 13-6......................7:00p Tennessee State........................ 1-0.......................7:00p Jacksonville State..................... 0-0.......................2:00p North Carolina........................ 13-51.....................7:00p at Clemson.............................. 22-42.........CSS......3:00p Virginia................................... 10-52.....................7:00p at Wake Forest........................ 33-23........ RSN......7:00p at Duke.................................... 7-53......... RSN......6:30p Boston College.......................... 3-4.......... RSN......1:00p at Virginia Tech........................ 3-4.......................7:00p at Miami.................................. 11-7..........CSS......3:00p Maryland................................ 17-42.....................7:00p at Florida State....................... 18-19........ RSN......6:30p NC State................................. 18-40....... ESPN.....5:00p Clemson.................................. 22-42.....................7:00p at North Carolina.................... 13-51.....................7:00p Miami...................................... 11-7......................2:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

ACC Women’s Basketball


Georgia Tech 2009-10 STATISTICS (23-10, 8-6 ACC) 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 35 Brigitte Ardossi.......... 33..... 32....... 1044......31.6...... 186.... 384.......484......... 0........ 3.......000.. 160.... 193......829.... 95....147.....242....7.3......90..... 1..... 64.....94....14...... 65....... 532.......16.1 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 510......36.4........ 86.... 194.......443......... 0........ 2.......000.... 92.... 109......844.... 40......80.....120....8.6......38..... 0..... 25.....50......7...... 31....... 264.......18.9 22 Alex Montgomery...... 28..... 13......... 708......25.3...... 114.... 310.......368....... 59.... 182.......324.... 46...... 59......780.... 28....139.....167....6.0......62..... 2..... 54.....65......4...... 26....... 333.......11.9 ....................................... 14..... 10......... 402......28.7........ 58.... 175.......331....... 26...... 99.......263.... 21...... 25......840.... 19......61.......80....5.7......32..... 1..... 30.....42......2...... 16....... 163.......11.6 23 Deja Foster................. 33..... 30......... 949......28.8...... 129.... 269.......480......... 0........ 3.......000.... 70.... 106......660.. 109......92.....201....6.1......98..... 2... 108...108......6...... 58....... 328.........9.9 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 422......30.1........ 56.... 114.......491......... 0........ 0.......000.... 26...... 45......578.... 43......34.......77....5.5......47..... 1..... 48.....46......1...... 23....... 138.........9.9 45 Sasha Goodlett........... 33..... 31......... 892......27.0...... 124.... 267.......464......... 0........ 0.......000.... 71.... 107......664.... 82......94.....176....5.3......58..... 1..... 37.....85....23...... 29....... 319.........9.7 ....................................... 14..... 13......... 425......30.4........ 60.... 127.......472......... 0........ 0.......000.... 31...... 47......660.... 41......46.......87....6.2......28..... 0..... 19.....44......8...... 16....... 151.......10.8 02 Mo Bennett................ 33..... 21......... 683......20.7........ 71.... 218.......326....... 15...... 63.......238.... 38...... 55......691.... 42....113.....155....4.7......48..... 0..... 59.....47......4...... 54....... 195.........5.9 ....................................... 14....... 4......... 252......18.0........ 20...... 70.......286......... 2...... 15.......133...... 7...... 16......438.... 20......43.......63....4.5......22..... 0..... 19.....18......2...... 22......... 49.........3.5 05 Metra Walthour.......... 33..... 19......... 948......28.7........ 35.... 139.......252......... 8...... 48.......167.... 52...... 85......612...... 3......41.......44....1.3......53..... 1..... 91.....68......4...... 61....... 130.........3.9 ....................................... 14....... 4......... 403......28.8........ 11...... 47.......234......... 2...... 13.......154.... 29...... 46......630...... 2......21.......23....1.6......29..... 1..... 34.....37......2...... 28......... 53.........3.8 32 Chelsea Regins........... 33....... 0......... 423......12.8........ 38...... 81.......469......... 0........ 1.......000.... 45...... 60......750.... 45......51.......96....2.9......58..... 1..... 15.....50......8...... 20....... 121.........3.7 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 121........8.6.......... 9...... 22.......409......... 0........ 0.......000...... 8...... 14......571...... 8........7.......15....1.1......18..... 1....... 5.....14......3........ 4......... 26.........1.9 03 Sharena Taylor........... 33..... 12......... 553......16.8........ 40.... 133.......301......... 2...... 17.......118.... 23...... 38......605.... 22......35.......57....1.7......45..... 0..... 49.....55......2...... 24....... 105.........3.2 ....................................... 14..... 10......... 208......14.9........ 12...... 45.......267......... 0........ 6.......000.... 10...... 15......667...... 7......10.......17....1.2......19..... 0..... 17.....29......2........ 7......... 34.........2.4 14 L. Adams.................... 28....... 0......... 242........8.6........ 28...... 72.......389......... 0........ 0.......000...... 9...... 19......474.... 16......22.......38....1.4......35..... 2....... 4.....17......6........ 4......... 65.........2.3 ....................................... 10....... 0........... 66........6.6.......... 6...... 15.......400......... 0........ 0.......000...... 2........ 4......500...... 2........3.........5....0.5........6..... 0....... 1.......5......1........ 1......... 14.........1.4 44 Jasmine Blain............ 19....... 1......... 143........7.5........ 16...... 52.......308......... 5...... 28.......179...... 0........ 1......000...... 4......18.......22....1.2......14..... 0....... 5.....16......3........ 9......... 37.........1.9 ......................................... 6....... 0........... 17........2.8.......... 1........ 6.......167......... 0........ 3.......000...... 0........ 1......000...... 0........3.........3....0.5........0..... 0....... 0.......2......1........ 1........... 2.........0.3 33 Tiffany Blackmon......... 5....... 1........... 11........2.2.......... 1........ 1....1.000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 2........ 2...1.000...... 1........1.........2....0.4........2..... 0....... 0.......1......2........ 0........... 4.........0.8 ......................................... 1....... 1............. 1........1.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 1........0.........1....1.0........0..... 0....... 0.......1......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 24 Shayla Bivins............... 9....... 0........... 31........3.4.......... 0........ 4.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 3........ 5......600...... 2........9.......11....1.2........7..... 0....... 1.......2......3........ 1........... 3.........0.3 ......................................... 1....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 73......71.....144....4.4........1.....................14............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 34......30.......64....4.6........0.......................5............................................ Georgia Tech................... 33........................................... 782.. 1930.......405....... 89.... 345.......258.. 519.... 730......711.. 522....833...1355..41.1....571... 10... 487...622....79.... 351..... 2172.......65.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 319.... 815.......391....... 30.... 138.......217.. 226.... 322......702.. 217....338.....555..39.6....239..... 4... 198...293....29.... 149....... 894.......63.9 Opponents...................... 33........................................... 695.. 1797.......387..... 144.... 507.......284.. 374.... 584......640.. 370....734...1104..33.5....609...... -... 412...662..119.... 279..... 1908.......57.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 334.... 803.......416....... 59.... 202.......292.. 170.... 241......705.. 168....322.....490..35.0....286..... 5... 206...290....56.... 135....... 897.......64.1

2009-10 RESULTS Date Opponent

GT Opp AP USA AP USA

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS Score

N13......... Winthrop (WNIT).................................. 19....... -.........-...... -............ W, 63-30 N15......... at Oklahoma St. (WNIT)........................... 19....... -.........-...... -............. L, 64-70 N21......... Florida Gulf Coast.................................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 58-48 (Long Island Tournament) N27......... vs. Seton Hall ....................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 57-51 N28......... at Long Island....................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 73-56 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D2........... at Penn State........................................ 23....... -.........-...... -............ W, 64-60 D6........... at Georgia............................................. 23....... -....... 13....16........... L, 50-56 D13......... Mississippi Valley St.............................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 89-41 D16......... Oregon................................................. 25....... -.........-...... -............ W, 87-69 D18......... at Kennesaw State............................... 25....... -.........-...... -............ W, 94-48 D20......... Arizona . .............................................. 25....... -.........-...... -............ W, 70-48 D22......... at Georgia State................................... 24....... -.........-...... -............ W, 62-50 (FIU Tournament) D28......... vs. Hampton......................................... 24....... -.........-...... -............ W, 63-54 D29......... at FIU................................................... 24....... -.........-...... -............ W, 68-57 J2............ Army ................................................... 24....... -.........-...... -............ W, 76-47 J6............ at North Carolina.................................. 20....... -........ 7......7............ L, 78-89 J11.......... Clemson................................................ 21....... -.........-...... -............ W, 72-58 J14.......... Wake Forest.......................................... 21....... -.........-...... -............ W, 72-66 J17.......... at Boston College................................. 21....... -.........-...... -............. L, 51-77 J21.......... Savannah State ................................... 22....... -.........-...... -............ W, 80-51 J24.......... at Virginia............................................ 22....... -....... 25....22........... L, 55-57 J27.......... Miami . ................................................ 25....... -.........-...... -......W, 80-73 (ot) J31.......... Virginia Tech ....................................... 25....... -.........-...... -............ W, 61-47 F5............ at Maryland......................................... 25....... -.........-...... -............ W, 61-60 F8............ at Clemson............................................ -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 68-53 F15.......... Florida State......................................... 19....... -....... 10....10........... L, 59-69 F19.......... Duke..................................................... 19....... -........ 8......7............ L, 50-64 F21.......... at Miami............................................... 19....... -.........-...... -............ W, 77-73 F26.......... North Carolina...................................... 22....... -.........-...... -............ W, 64-57 F28.......... at NC State............................................ -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 46-54 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M5.......... vs. #5 Wake Forest................................ -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 52-45 M6.......... vs. #1 Duke.......................................... -........ -........ 9......8............ L, 55-67 (NCAA Tournament) M21........ vs. #11 Ark.-Little Rock......................... -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 53-63

ACC Women’s Basketball

YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

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3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

22 statistics not available 851-38.7 26 statistics not available 912-35.1 27 statistics not available 1625-60.2 27 902-2230 .404 316-514 .615 1475-54.6 2120-79.6 26 813-2186 .372 314-518 .606 1308-50.3 1941-74.7 25 678-1722 .394 339-543 .624 988-39.5 1695-67.8 27 808-1919 .421 403-596 .676 1081-40.0 1839-68.1 25 577-1439 .401 325-479 .679 904-36.2 1479-59.2 28 671-1613 .416 466-714 .651 1094-39.1 1808-64.6 28 758-1846 .411 357-577 .619 1166-41.6 1873-66.9 27 733-1648 .444 419-602 .696 1114-41.3 1885-69.8 27 806-1757 .459 364-534 .682 1094-40.5 1976-73.2 27 814-1867 .436 381-570 .668 1227-45.4 2009-74.4 27 825-1821 .451 341-490 .696 1099-40.7 2097-77.7 28 797-1837 .434 109-286 .381 422-598 .706 1125-40.2 2125-75.9 30 854-1973 .433 109-307 .355 452-620 .729 1142-38.1 2259-75.6 28 893-1896 .471 102-282 362 471-672 .701 1178-42.1 2359-84.3 33 964-2120 .455 97-283 .343 526-725 .726 1339-40.6 2551-77.3 27 828-1885 .439 76-225 .338 393-563 .698 1182-43.8 2125-78.7 27 684-1789 .382 41-181 .227 330-527 .626 1172-43.4 1739-64.4 30 858-1953 .439 115-383 .300 385-584 .659 1260-42.0 2216-73.9 27 756-1730 .437 43-166 .259 406-591 .687 1081-40.0 1961-72.6 27 709-1618 .438 119-330 .361 370-544 .680 1014-37.6 1907-70.6 28 636-1646 .386 104-341 .305 404-617 .655 1135-40.5 1780-63.6 27 732-1675 .437 125-339 .369 446-666 .670 1110-41.1 2035-75.4 31 796-1931 .412 131-399 .328 443-697 .636 1253-40.4 2166-69.9 29 793-1867 .425 64-217 .295 466-679 .686 1193-41.1 2116-73.0 29 788-1794 .439 68-249 .273 407-628 .648 1245-42.9 2051-70.7 31 782-1940 .403 103-326 .316 450-685 .657 1329-42.9 2117-68.3 29 676-1689 .400 111-373 .298 370-558 .663 1134-39.1 1833-63.2 27 556-1541 .361 103-366 .281 356-499 .713 1062-39.3 1571-58.2 29 675-1721 .392 116-366 .317 405-588 .689 1208-41.7 1871-64.5 33 802-2011 .399 157-472 .333 421-573 .735 1260-38.2 2182-66.1 32 812-1960 .414 160-503 .318 467-687 .680 1181-36.9 2251-70.3 32 779-1892 .412 125-417 .300 469-673 .697 1238-38.7 2152-67.2 33 782-1930 .405 89-345 .258 519-730 .711 1355-41.1 2172-65.8

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Georgia Tech MACHELLE JOSEPH MaChelle Joseph enters her eighth season as the head coach of the Yellow Jackets ... Joseph led Georgia Tech to its first-ever four-time 20-plus win seasons, compiling a 23-10 overall record and another NCAA Tournament berth last season ... The Yellow Jackets went 22-10 overall in 2008-09 and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament…Joseph owns a 129-86 career record in seven seasons as a head coach ... Before becoming head coach at Georgia Tech, Joseph spent the prior two seasons as an assistant coach, helping the Yellow Jackets match the Division I school record for wins with 20 in 2003 ... In 15 seasons as a collegiate player and assistant coach, Joseph was part of programs that produced winning records every year but one, and reached the NCAA Tournament 11 times … Joseph came to Tech after serving as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Auburn from 1997-2001 … Joseph helped guide the Tigers to a combined 97-50 record in five seasons and the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times … Before joining the Auburn staff, Joseph coached as an assistant at her alma mater, Purdue, from 1994-96 and helped the Boilermakers post a sterling 73-24 (.753) record in three seasons … Purdue advanced to the Final Four in 1994 and followed that performance with a trip to the NCAA Elite Eight in 1995 … Joseph also served one year (1993) as an assistant at Illinois … A four-year starter for the Boilermakers from 1989-92, Joseph was named the Big Ten Freshman of the Year as well as second-team all-conference in 1989 ... Joseph was a first-team All-Big Ten selection in 1990, 1991 and 1992 and was named Big Ten Player of the Year as a senior … She also earned Kodak All-America honors in 1992, when she was tabbed the Women’s Basketball News’ College Player of the Year ... Joseph finished her career first on the Big Ten’s all-time scoring list.

GEORGIA TECH COACHING COUNTS

THE JOSEPH RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1975 Jim Culpepper 6-16 - 1976 Jim Culpepper 2-24 - 1977 Jim Culpepper 19-8 - 1978 Jim Culpepper 23-4 - 1979 Jim Culpepper 18-8 - 1980 Jim Culpepper 2-23 1-7 Totals Jim Culpepper 70-83 1-7

ACC Tourn - - - - - 0-1 0-1

Non- ACC 6-16 2-24 19-8 23-4 18-8 1-15 69-75

PostSeason -

1981 Totals

Benny Dees Benny Dees

8-19 8-19

1-6 1-6

0-1 0-1

7-12 7-12

-

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 Totals

Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade Bernie McGlade

9-16 10-19 9-19 11-16 10-17 14-13 11-16 74-116

2-9 2-11 1-13 0-14 1-13 5-9 3-11 14-80

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-7

7-6 8-7 8-5 11-1 9-3 9-3 8-4 60-29

-

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 Totals

Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato Agnus Berenato

14-14 13-17 15-13 20-13 16-11 12-15 14-16 14-13 15-12 11-17 13-14 17-14 14-15 15-14 20-11 223-209

5-9 4-10 3-11 6-10 6-10 5-11 5-11 5-11 7-9 3-13 6-10 7-9 5-11 7-9 8-8 84-150

0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 5-15

9-4 9-6 12-1 12-2 8-2 7-3 9-4 9-1 8-2 7-3 7-3 9-4 9-3 8-4 10-2 133-44

WNIT 3-0 NCAA 0-1 WNIT 2-1 WNIT 0-1 WNIT 0-1 NCAA 0-1

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph MaChelle Joseph

14-15 13-14 14-15 21-12 22-10 22-10 23-10 129-86

5-11 4-10 2-12 9-5 7-7 8-6 8-6 43-57

0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 4-7

9-3 9-3 11-2 11-6 16-2 14-3 14-3 84-22

NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1

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Head Coaching Experience: at Georgia Tech:.................................. 129-86 (7) Career:........................................................Same Education: Purdue.........................................................1992 Career Coaching Records: 2004 - Georgia Tech................................... 14-15 2005 - Georgia Tech................................... 13-14 2006 - Georgia Tech................................... 14-15 2007 - Georgia Tech................................... 21-12 2008 - Georgia Tech................................... 22-10 2009 - Georgia Tech................................... 22-10 2010 - Georgia Tech................................... 23-10 Georgia Tech Totals: Overall Record:.................................... 504-513 (.496) ACC Record:......................................... 143-300 (.323) ACC Tournament Record:........................... 9-31 (.225) Postseason Record:...................................... 7-9 (.438) NCAA Record:.............................................. 2-6 (.250) WNIT Record:............................................... 5-3 (.625)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Georgia Tech INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 43............................................ Marielle Walker vs. Iona, 12-20-87 Field Goals Made:...................... 17............................... Marielle Walker (17-30) vs. Iona, 12-20-87 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 8.........................Danielle Donehew (8-12) vs. Samford, 11-27-98 ..................................................................... Danielle Donehew (8-13) vs. North Carolina, 1-13-00 Free Throws Made:..................... 17...................................Joyce Pierce (17-17) vs. Hawaii, 3-28-92 .................................................................................................Milli Martinez vs. Clemson, 1-26-02 Rebounds:.................................. 29................................. Bonnie Tate vs. Georgia Baptist, 11-30-76 Assists:....................................... 17............................................... Nina Barlin vs. Virginia, 1-10-01 Steals:........................................ 14........................................ Jill Ingram vs. Virginia Tech, 2-29-08 Blocked Shots:........................... 9....................... Allison Echols vs. East Tennessee State, 11-24-89 .................................................................................................Allison Echols vs. Clemson, 1-18-89 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 596.................................................Joyce Pierce (33 games), 1992 Scoring Average:....................... 20.6............................................. Dolores Bootz (27 games), 1988 Field Goal Percentage:............... 61.0................................................Dolores Bootz (180-295), 1986 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 46.0...............................................Devony Caldwell (23-50), 1992 Free Throw Percentage:............. 86.4.......................................................... Betsy Foy (76-88), 1998 Rebounds:.................................. 420..................................................Bonnie Tate (26 games), 1977 Assists:....................................... 220..............................................Tiffany Martin (30 games), 1995 Steals:........................................ 118.......................................... Jacqua Williams (31 games), 2008 Blocked Shots:........................... 80................................................ Dolores Bootz (27 games), 1988 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 124................................................Presbyterian (124-56), 12-2-85 ........................................................................................................... Winthrop (124-47), 12-30-90 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 14.............................................Atlantic Christian (90-14), 2-14-76 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 85........................................................Converse (116-31), 12-1-84 Field Goals Made:...................... 58....................................................Presbyterian (58-96), 12-2-85 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 11.......................................................... Maryland (11-23), 1-5-95 .................................................................................................................Mercer (11-21), 11-26-96 Free Throws Made:..................... 38............................................................. Rider (38-50), 11-29-91 Rebounds:.................................. 99........................................................................... Bryan, 1-21-78 Assists:....................................... 33........................................................................ Virginia, 1-10-02 Steals:........................................ 27..............................................Mississippi Valley State, 11-22-08 ................................................................................................................... Georgia State, 12-14-93 Blocked Shots:........................... 13...........................................................UT-Chattanooga, 12-2-86 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,551.....................................................................33 games, 1992 Scoring Average:....................... 84.3.................................................28 games, 2,359 points, 1991 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 18.8.......................................................................79.6-60.8, 1978 Field Goal Percentage:............... 47.1.......................................................................893-1896, 1991 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 38.1.........................................................................109-286, 1989 Free Throw Percentage:............. 73.5.........................................................................421-573, 2007 Rebounds:.................................. 1,581.....................................................................27 games, 1977 Assists:....................................... 529........................................................................28 games, 1991 Steals:........................................ 456........................................................................32 games, 2008 Blocked Shots............................ 124........................................................................27 games, 1987

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Kisha Ford (94-97)......................109........1955........17.9 Karen Lounsbury (89-92)............119........1743........14.6 Dolores Bootz (85-88)...................91........1723........18.9 Carla Munnion (95-98)...............112........1671........14.9 Chioma Nnamaka (05-08)..........120........1593........13.3 Joyce Pierce (91-93).....................83........1557........18.8 Janie Mitchell (05-08).................117........1422........12.2 Kate Brandt (81-84)......................96........1422........13.3 Fallon Stokes (01-04)..................117........1363........11.6 Stephanie Higgs (04-07)............114........1315........11.5 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Dolores Bootz (85-88)...................91........1723........18.9 Joyce Pierce (91-93).....................83........1557........18.8 Kisha Ford (94-97)......................109........1955........17.9 Niesha Butler (99-02)...................65........1059........16.3 Carla Munnion (95-98)...............112........1671........14.9 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Bonnie Tate (77-79)......................75........1039........13.9 Dolores Bootz (85-88)...................91..........978........10.7 Kisha Ford (94-97)......................109..........871..........8.0 Cindy Cochran (82-85)................106..........804..........7.6 Regina Tate (98-02)....................115..........801..........7.0 LeeAnn Woodhull (80-83).............96..........801..........8.3 Joyce Pierce (91-93).....................83..........764..........9.2 Sonja Mallory (00-03).................114..........750..........6.6 Janie Mitchell (05-08).................117..........704..........6.0 Jaime Kruppa (97-01)................106..........639..........6.0 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Bonnie Tate (77-79)......................75........1039........13.9 Dolores Bootz (85-88)...................91..........978........10.7 Joyce Pierce (91-93).....................83..........764..........9.2 LeeAnn Woodhull (80-83).............96..........801..........8.3 Kisha Ford (94-97)......................109..........871..........8.0 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Jacqua Williams (05-09).............123..........370..........3.0 Tiffany Martin (94-97)................105..........278..........2.6 Kisha Ford (94-97)......................109..........278..........2.6 Jill Ingram (05-08)......................118..........272..........2.3 Kate Brandt (81-84)....................107..........215..........2.0 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Tiffany Martin (94-97)................105..........559..........5.3 Ida Neal (86-89).........................109..........508..........4.7 Alex Stewart (99-04)...................121..........505..........4.2 Tory Ehle (84-87)........................109..........402..........3.7 Carmen Davis (90-92)...................82..........357..........4.4 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Dolores Bootz (85-88)...................91..........245..........2.7 Kasha Terry (03-06)......................99..........195........1.97 Sonja Mallory (00-03).................114..........173..........1.5 Joannah Kauffman (95-98)........104..........170..........1.6 Kathy Dortch (93-97)..................105............98..........0.9

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Maryland Diandra Tchatchouang Forward, Sophomore

THE 2010-11 TERPS Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Lynetta Kizer Center, Junior

Hgt. Exp.

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

01 Laurin Mincy

Pos. G

6-0

HS

Fr.

Newark, N.J. (University)

02 Dara Taylor

G

5-7

1L

So.

Wilmington, Del. (Caravel Academy)

1L

05 Essence Townsend

C

6-7

So.

Paterson, N.J. (Paterson Catholic)

10 Anjalé Barrett

G

5-10 R-2L

Jr.

Bronx, N.Y. (St. Michael Academy)

11 Natasha Cloud

G

6-0

Fr.

Broomall, Pa. (Cardinal O’Hara)

12 Lynetta Kizer

C

6-4

2L

Jr.

Woodbridge, Va. (Potomac)

13 Alicia DeVaughn

C

6-4

HS

Fr.

West Palm Beach, Fla. (Blanche Ely)

14 Yemi Oyefuwa

C

6-6

2L

21 Tianna Hawkins

F

6-3

1L

22 Kim Rodgers

G

5-9 R-2L

HS

Jr. London, England (Dartford Grammar Girls’ School) So.

Clinton, Md. (Riverdale Baptist)

Jr.

Virginia Beach, Va. (Princess Anne)

24 Diandra Tchatchouang F

6-3

1L

So.

La Courneuve, France (INSEP)

25 Alyssa Thomas

F

6-2

HS

Fr.

Harrisburg, Pa. (Central Dauphin)

32 Whitney Bays

F

6-2

HS

Fr.

Huntington, W. Va. (Huntington)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:....................... Brenda Frese Career Record:............. 254-103 (11 yrs) Record at Maryland:........ 197-73 (8 yrs) Alma Mater:.........................Arizona, ‘93 Assistant Coaches:............. Tina Langley .......................................... Marlin Chinn ..........................................David Adkins Dir. of WBK Operations:..Chris Campbell 2009-10 Record:............................21-13 2009-10 ACC Record:................5-9 (9th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 8/2 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 4/1 NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 18/2009

Location:.................... College Park, Md. Founded:........................................ 1856 Enrollment:................................. 37,000 Nickname:.................... Terrapins, Terps Colors:............... Red, White, Black, Gold Arena:............. Comcast Center (17,950) President:... Wallace D. Loh (Eff. Nov. 1) Athletic Director:..........Kevin Anderson FAR:.............................. Charles Wellford SWA:.........................Kathy Worthington SID Contact:...................... Rose DiPaula Email:.....................rdipaula@umd.edu Phone:............................. 301.314.7063 Press Row:....................... 301.314.8624 Website:................... www.umterps.com

MARYLAND AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N13 N16 N18 N21 N26 N27

D2

D5 D7 D10 D19 D28 D29 J2 J6 J13 J16 J21 J23 J28 J30 F3 F6 F10 F13 F17 F20 F24 F27 M3-6

Opponent Record Against...TV...... Time Monmouth...............................3-0.........................5:00p at Georgetown.........................8-0.........................7:00p Towson...................................10-5........................7:00p American................................10-1........................2:00p at East Carolina.......................1-0.........................6:30p (East Carolina Classic) vs. Massachusetts....................1-0.........................4:00p (East Carolina Classic) at Purdue.................................3-1...........BTN........6:30p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) Appalachian State...................3-0.........................2:00p at Loyola (Md.).......................16-3........................7:00p UMBC......................................8-0.........................7:00p at Delaware State....................1-0.........................4:00p LaSalle....................................2-0..........................Noon (Terrapin Classic) Liberty/St. John’s..................0-0/1-0......................2:30p (Terrapin Classic) at St. Joseph’s.........................8-3.........................2:00p at Duke..................................37-36.........RSN........7:00p Boston College........................10-1........................7:00p at Clemson.............................37-24.......................3:00p at Virginia.............................31-42.........RSN........8:30p North Carolina.......................32-36.......ESPN2......5:00p Wake Forest...........................50-12.........RSN........8:30p Longwood...............................1-0.........................2:00p at Georgia Tech......................42-17.......................7:00p NC State................................33-41.........RSN.........Noon at Miami..................................8-2.........................7:00p Virginia..................................31-42.......................2:00p Duke......................................37-36.......................7:30p at Florida State......................23-12.......ESPN2......3:00p Virginia Tech............................7-5.........................7:30p at Boston College...................10-1........................1:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

ACC Women’s Basketball


Maryland 2009-10 STATISTICS (21-13, 5-9 ACC) 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 12 Lynetta Kizer.............. 34..... 29......... 828......24.4...... 162.... 307.......528....... 11...... 20.......550.. 102.... 136......750.. 109....157.....266....7.8......75..... 1..... 28.....60....14...... 29....... 437.......12.9 ....................................... 14..... 10......... 340......24.3........ 63.... 129.......488......... 5........ 9.......556.... 43...... 56......768.... 41......64.....105....7.5......35..... 0..... 11.....33......6........ 8....... 174.......12.4 24 D. Tchatchouang........ 34..... 34......... 878......25.8...... 155.... 371.......418....... 32.... 103.......311.... 50.... 114......439.... 73....110.....183....5.4......79..... 3..... 47...120....44...... 27....... 392.......11.5 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 353......25.2........ 58.... 153.......379......... 8...... 38.......211.... 18...... 46......391.... 31......54.......85....6.1......41..... 3..... 16.....54....23........ 9....... 142.......10.1 31 Lori Bjork................... 34..... 32....... 1081......31.8...... 126.... 287.......439....... 85.... 208.......409.... 45...... 52......865...... 6......69.......75....2.2......45..... 0..... 47.....51......4...... 20....... 382.......11.2 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 494......35.3........ 56.... 125.......448....... 40...... 96.......417.... 20...... 23......870...... 3......30.......33....2.4......26..... 0..... 12.....29......3........ 7....... 172.......12.3 21 Tianna Hawkins......... 34....... 9......... 778......22.9...... 133.... 234.......568......... 0........ 0.......000.... 48...... 77......623.. 106....150.....256....7.5......79..... 0..... 10.....62....33...... 21....... 314.........9.2 ....................................... 14....... 5......... 331......23.6........ 44...... 86.......512......... 0........ 0.......000.... 14...... 23......609.... 32......50.......82....5.9......37..... 0....... 6.....30....15...... 12....... 102.........7.3 22 Kim Rodgers.............. 30..... 23......... 639......21.3........ 71.... 196.......362....... 46.... 133.......346.... 37...... 44......841.... 30......73.....103....3.4......27..... 0..... 24.....42......4...... 22....... 225.........7.5 ....................................... 11..... 10......... 267......24.3........ 21...... 73.......288....... 15...... 51.......294...... 8........ 9......889.... 16......35.......51....4.6......12..... 0....... 9.....17......1........ 9......... 65.........5.9 10 Anjale Barrett............ 34..... 11......... 722......21.2........ 79.... 181.......436....... 14...... 38.......368.... 60.... 100......600.... 30......78.....108....3.2......45..... 1... 101.....83......1...... 22....... 232.........6.8 ....................................... 14....... 1......... 283......20.2........ 35...... 86.......407......... 4...... 15.......267.... 29...... 51......569.... 15......22.......37....2.6......15..... 0..... 39.....35......1........ 9....... 103.........7.4 02 Dara Taylor................ 34..... 27......... 916......26.9........ 70.... 195.......359......... 9...... 41.......220.... 38...... 76......500.... 32......80.....112....3.3......78..... 2... 171...147......2...... 40....... 187.........5.5 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 398......28.4........ 27...... 79.......342......... 2...... 11.......182.... 14...... 31......452.... 17......32.......49....3.5......33..... 1..... 65.....68......0...... 16......... 70.........5.0 03 Jackie Nared.............. 33....... 0......... 559......16.9........ 56.... 160.......350....... 18...... 66.......273.... 19...... 34......559.... 42......79.....121....3.7......49..... 1..... 36.....46......6...... 18....... 149.........4.5 ....................................... 13....... 0......... 191......14.7........ 16...... 42.......381......... 5...... 18.......278...... 7...... 13......538.... 16......20.......36....2.8......19..... 1....... 9.....18......2........ 5......... 44.........3.4 05 Essence Townsend..... 19....... 0......... 154........8.1........ 12...... 38.......316......... 0........ 0.......000...... 1........ 3......333.... 11......36.......47....2.5......10..... 0....... 2.....11....15........ 1......... 25.........1.3 ......................................... 6....... 0........... 28........4.7.......... 1........ 4.......250......... 0........ 0.......000...... 1........ 2......500...... 4........4.........8....1.3........3..... 0....... 0.......2......2........ 0........... 3.........0.5 14 Yemi Oyefuwa............ 31....... 5......... 246........7.9........ 15...... 35.......429......... 0........ 0.......000...... 7...... 15......467.... 30......55.......85....2.7......36..... 0....... 5.....14......4........ 5......... 37.........1.2 ....................................... 14....... 2......... 115........8.2.......... 9...... 16.......563......... 0........ 0.......000...... 2........ 5......400.... 15......24.......39....2.8......16..... 0....... 1.......8......1........ 5......... 20.........1.4 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 55......72.....127....3.7........0.......................7............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 23......32.......55....3.9........0.......................4............................................ Maryland........................ 34........................................... 879.. 2004.......439..... 215.... 609.......353.. 407.... 651......625.. 524....959...1483..43.6....523..... 8... 471...643..127.... 205..... 2380.......70.0 ....................................... 14........................................... 330.... 793.......416....... 79.... 238.......332.. 156.... 259......602.. 213....367.....580..41.4....237..... 5... 168...298....54...... 80....... 895.......63.9 Opponents...................... 34........................................... 780.. 2094.......372..... 203.... 602.......337.. 368.... 531......693.. 435....731...1166..34.3....564...... -... 402...526....83.... 296..... 2131.......62.7 ....................................... 14........................................... 344.... 884.......389....... 89.... 230.......387.. 185.... 249......743.. 202....308.....510..36.4....246..... 2... 174...209....40.... 147....... 962.......68.7

2009-10 RESULTS

Date

Opponent

MD Opp AP USA AP USA

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS Score

N14......... North Carolina Central .......................... -....... 21........-...... -....................W, 88-39 N16......... New Hampshire .................................. -....... 21........-...... -....................W, 63-43 N19......... Old Dominion ...................................... -....... 20........-...... -....................W, 84-67 N22......... at Mississippi State............................... -....... 20........-...... -.....................L, 55-84 N24......... Samford .............................................. -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 76-49 N27......... Howard ............................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 79-51 N29......... Drexel . ................................................ -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 82-65 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3........... Minnesota............................................. -....... 22........-...... -....................W, 66-45 D6........... Loyola .................................................. -....... 22........-...... -....................W, 69-56 D10......... at Towson............................................. 25...... 18........-...... -.....................L, 55-67 D20......... at American.......................................... 25...... 18........-...... -....................W, 75-64 (Terrapin Classic) D27......... Stony Brook........................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 76-44 D29......... UNC Wilmington................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 67-61 J3............ St. Joseph’s .......................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 79-69 J7............ at NC State............................................ -........ -.........-...... -.....................L, 45-73 J11.......... at Virginia ............................................ -........ -....... 23....19..................W, 61-60 J14.......... Boston College ..................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 72-65 J17.......... at North Carolina . ................................ -........ -....... 10....11...................L, 64-75 J21.......... Miami . ................................................. -........ -.........-...... -.....................L, 77-80 J24.......... Duke . ................................................... -........ -........ 6......7....................L, 57-58 J28.......... at Virginia Tech..................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 60-44 J31.......... at Longwood......................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 85-40 F5............ Georgia Tech . ....................................... -........ -....... 25..... -.....................L, 60-61 F8............ Virginia ................................................ -........ -.........-.....24...................L, 68-82 F11.......... at Wake Forest....................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 70-65 F14.......... Clemson ............................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 71-51 F21.......... at Duke ................................................ -........ -........ 8......7....................L, 59-71 F25.......... at Boston College.................................. -........ -.........-...... -.....................L, 70-83 F28.......... Florida State.......................................... -........ -........ 9......9....................L, 61-94 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4.......... vs. #8 North Carolina............................ -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 83-77 M5.......... vs. #1 Duke.......................................... -........ -........ 9......8....................L, 64-66 (WNIT Tournament) M19........ Iona College.......................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 88-53 M21........ East Carolina......................................... -........ -.........-...... -....................W, 87-52 M25........ Providence College................................ -........ -.........-...... -.....................L, 64-77

ACC Women’s Basketball

YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

17 24 23 31 29 30 28 32 31 29 27 30 29 32 32 30 30 31 30 28 29 27 28 28 27 31 29 30 28 31 32 38 34 37 36 34

558-1370 800-1915 744-1676 1176-2320 926-2002 1011-2136 880-1856 989-1894 1049-1982 925-1894 706-1634 844-1777 933-1806 1086-2056 1139-2129 876-1817 941-1824 951-1883 926-1886 766-1633 731-1839 653-1582 677-1532 661-1533 643-1504 772-1856 715-1642 691-1610 707-1707 770-1858 884-1983 1130-2363 1056-2110 1057-2136 1007-2192 879-2004

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

.407 .418 .444 .507 .463 .473 .474 .522 .529 .488 .432 .475 .517 .528 50-138 .362 .535 29-72 .403 .482 53-144 .368 .516 41-125 .328 .505 42-116 .362 .491 40-141 .284 .469 45-155 .317 .398 39-104 .279 .413 50-179 .279 .442 77-227 .339 .431 46-194 .237 .428 65-238 .273 .416 136-409 .333 .435 90-263 .342 .429 105-317 .331 .414 112-354 .316 .414 156-424 .368 .446 101-316 .320 .478 216-540 .400 .500 190-512 .371 .495 222-588 .378 .459 245-611 .401 .439 215-609 .353

166-305 301-474 266-341 428-635 363-543 386-595 317-455 435-594 393-561 312-500 245-375 392-582 310-473 420-583 423-593 420-600 367-531 509-730 467-690 392-535 351-511 306-476 369-560 341-562 272-433 397-659 389-583 408-600 360-584 424-600 459-708 690-924 508-682 699-937 585-773 407-651

.544 .633 .617 .674 .669 .649 .697 .732 .700 .624 .653 .673 .655 .720 .713 .700 .691 .697 .677 .733 .687 .643 .659 .607 .628 .602 .667 .680 .616 .707 .648 .747 .745 .746 .757 .625

821-48.3 1280-75.3 1035-43.1 1901-79.2 1178-51.2 1754-76.3 1539-49.6 2780-89.6 1291-44.5 2215-76.4 1467-48.9 2408-80.3 1119-40.0 2077-74.2 1148-35.9 2413-75.4 1209-39.0 2491-80.3 1115-38.4 2162-74.6 993-36.7 1657-61.4 1098-36.6 2000-69.3 1122-38.7 2176-75.0 1149-35.9 2642-82.6 1253-39.2 2730-85.3 1148-38.3 2225-74.3 1077-35.9 2290-76.3 1222-39.4 2453-79.1 1206-40.2 2359-78.6 1027-36.7 1969-70.3 1081-37.3 1842-63.5 953-35.3 1662-61.6 1020-36.4 1800-64.3 995-35.5 1709-61.0 998-37.0 1623-60.1 1155-37.3 2077-67.0 1074-370 1909-65.8 1003-33.4 1895-63.2 1091-39.0 1886-67.4 1212-39.1 2120-68.4 1356-42.4 2328-72.8 1720-4603 3166-83.3 1527-44.9 2810-82.6 1581-42.7 3035-82.0 1534-42.6 2844-79.0 1483-43.6 2380-70.0

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Maryland Brenda Frese Entering her ninth season at the helm of the Terrapins, Brenda Frese has made a remarkable turnaround of the Maryland women’s basketball program that won just 10 games in her first season ... Coming off a 2006 Terp squad that won a school-record 34 contests and captured the ACC’s second-ever NCAA crown, Maryland finished 28-6 overall in 2007 and 33-4 in 2008, the third and fourth consecutive 20-plus win seasons ... Frese guided the Terrapins to a 21-13 mark in 2010 – their sixth 20-plus win season – and reached the third round of the 2010 Women’s NIT…After earning a No. 1 final ranking in 2006 for the first time, Maryland garnered its first-ever No. 1 preseason ranking in both the Associated Press and ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll ... Frese’s success continued through 2009 as the Terps finished the season 31-5 and captured the program’s first ACC title in 20 years ... Frese has guided the Terps to the NCAA Tournament six of the last seven seasons and has advanced to at least the second round of the Tournament for the sixth time in as many seasons ... Prior to becoming the third head coach in the history of Maryland’s women’s basketball program, Frese was named the 2002 AP National Coach of the Year and Big Ten Coach of the Year ... She led an 8-22 Minnesota team to a 22-8 season the next year (2002), one of the best one-season turnarounds in NCAA history ... Frese took the Gophers to what was only the school’s second NCAA appearance, where they defeated UNLV in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before being eliminated by three points in the second round by North Carolina ... Frese started her head coaching career during the 1999-2000 season at Ball State, a program that had gone 66-169 in the nine seasons prior to her arrival ... Frese guided the Cardinals to a 16-13 showing in 2000 and garnered Coach of the Year honors in the Mid-American Conference ... She led Ball State to a school-best 19-9 mark in 2001, capturing the second back-to-back winning seasons in Ball State history ... Frese launched her Division I coaching career in 1994 as an assistant coach at Kent State University, helping the Golden Flashes to records of 20-8 (1994) and 17-10 (1995) during her two years there ... The Cedar Rapids, Iowa, native then joined Bill Fennelly’s staff at Iowa State as the Cyclones’ recruiting coordinator, where she assisted in another impressive turnaround, helping ISU to three NCAA Tournament appearances in four years.

MARYLAND COACHING COUNTS Year Coach Overall ACC 1972 Dottie McKnight 12-2 - 1973 Dottie McKnight 11-3 - 1974 Dottie McKnight 10-6 - 1975 Dottie McKnight 11-6 - Totals Dottie McKnight 44-17 -

ACC Tourn - - - - -

THE FRESE RECORD Non- ACC 12-2 11-3 10-6 11-6 44-17

PostSeason -

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller Chris Weller

20-4 17-6 27-4 22-7 21-9 19-9 25-7 26-5 19-10 9-18 17-13 15-14 26-6 29-3 19-11 17-13 25-6 22-8 15-13 11-18 13-14 18-10 15-13 6-21 16-15 17-12 13-17 499-286

- - - - 5-1 3-0 6-1 2-0 5-2 2-1 5-2 2-1 6-1 3-0 10-3 3-0 10-4 1-1 4-10 0-1 6-8 3-0 6-8 1-1 12-2 3-0 13-1 3-0 7-7 1-1 9-5 1-1 13-3 0-1 11-5 2-1 8-8 1-1 2-14 1-1 7-9 0-1 9-7 0-1 7-9 1-1 3-13 0-1 5-11 0-1 8-8 0-1 4-12 1-1 181-154 35-17

20-4 17-6 22-3 14-6 14-6 11-7 17-7 13-3 8-5 5-7 8-5 7-5 12-4 13-2 11-3 7-7 12-2 9-2 6-4 8-3 6-4 9-2 7-3 3-7 11-2 10-3 8-4 290-116

AIAW 2-1 AIAW 1-1 AIAW 1-1 AIAW 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 WNIT 2-1 NCAA 0-1 -

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese Brenda Frese

10-18 18-13 22-10 34-4 28-6 33-4 31-5 21-13 197-73

4-12 8-8 7-7 12-2 10-4 13-1 12-2 5-9 71-45

6-5 9-4 12-1 18-1 17-1 19-2 16-3 15-3 112-20

NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 6-0 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 3-1 WNIT 2-1

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0-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 11-7

Head Coaching Experience: at Ball State:......................................... 35-22 (2) at Minnesota:.......................................... 22-8 (1) at Maryland:....................................... 197-73 (8) Career:............................................ 254-103 (11) Education: University of Arizona...................................1993 Kent State...................................1995 (Master’s) Career Coaching Records: 2000 - Ball State........................................ 16-13 2001 - Ball State.......................................... 19-9 2002 - Minnesota......................................... 22-8 2003 - Maryland........................................ 10-18 2004 - Maryland........................................ 18-13 2005 - Maryland........................................ 22-10 2006 - Maryland.......................................... 34-4 2007 - Maryland.......................................... 28-6 2008 - Maryland.......................................... 33-4 2009 - Maryland.......................................... 31-5 2010 - Maryland........................................ 21-13 Maryland Totals: Overall Record:............................ 740-376 (.663) ACC Record:................................. 252-199 (.559) ACC Tournament Record:.................. 46-24 (.657) Postseason Record:.......................... 37-23 (.617) NCAA Record:.................................. 27-17 (.614) AIAW Nationals Record:....................... 6-4 (.600) WNIT Record:....................................... 4-2 (.667)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Maryland INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 42...................................Marissa Coleman vs. Vanderbilt, 3-28-09 Field Goals Made:...................... 18......................................... Vicky Bullett vs. Penn State, 1-14-87 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 8........................................ Kristi Toliver vs. Virginia Tech, 1-18-09 ........................................................................................Tiffany Brown (8-16) vs. Clemson, 1-6-00 Free Throws Made:..................... 23.........................Shay Doron (23-27) vs. Coppin State, 11-21-03 Rebounds:.................................. 23....................................... Angie Scott vs. Towson State, 2-22-77 ................................................................................................ Debbie Jones vs. Howard, 12-11-77 Assists:....................................... 18.....................................Tiffany Brown vs. Morgan State, 2-3-99 Steals:........................................ 9........................................ Debbie Lytle vs. Old Dominion, 1-4-81 ....................................................................................................Debbie Lytle vs. Howard, 12-1-82 Blocked Shots:........................... 8................................ Krystal Kimrey vs. James Madison, 12-1-76 ......................................................................................Christy Winters vs. Cleveland State, 1-2-87 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 686................................................ Vicky Bullett (32 games), 1989 Scoring Average:....................... 21.4............................................... Vicky Bullett (32 games), 1989 Field Goal Percentage:............... 70.7........................................ Crystal Langhorne (215-304), 2007 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 50.0........................................................Alli Spence (38-76), 2004 Free Throw Percentage:............. 89.1......................................................Kristi Toliver (57-64), 2006 Rebounds:.................................. 362............................................... Kris Kirchner (30 games), 1980 Assists:....................................... 275................................................ Kristi Toliver (37 games), 2008 Steals:........................................ 126................................................ Deanna Tate (32 games), 1989 Blocked Shots:........................... 80................................................. Kris Kirchner (29 games), 1979 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 121..........................................................Drexel (121-52), 12-1-92 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 22.........................................Shippensburg State (79-22), 2-11-72 .......................................................................................................... Morgan State (60-22), 2-5-74 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 71............................. Maryland-Eastern Shore (102-31), 12-28-93 ....................................................................................................Frostburg State (102-31), 1-31-75 Field Goals Made:...................... 54..................................................... Wake Forest (54-93), 1-23-80 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 17............................................................ UMBC (17-28), 12-30-07 Free Throws Made:..................... 39....................................................Coppin State (39-56), 12-8-91 Rebounds:.................................. 73.............................................................Salisbury State, 12-9-76 Assists:....................................... 32....................................................Fairleigh Dickinson, 11-30-99 ................................................................................................................................ Rider, 11-29-02 Steals:........................................ 29............................................................................ Duke, 1-14-78 Blocked Shots:........................... 12.............................. 4 times, most recent: Cleveland State, 1987 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 3,166.....................................................................38 games, 2006 Scoring Average:....................... 89.7.................................................31 games, 2,780 points, 1978 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 22.7.......................................................................79.2-56.5, 1976 Field Goal Percentage:............... 53.5.....................................................................1139-2129, 1999 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 40.3.............................................................................29-72, 1989 Free Throw Percentage:............. 75.7.........................................................................585-773, 2009 Rebounds:.................................. 1,720.....................................................................38 games, 2006 Assists:....................................... 679........................................................................32 games, 1989 Steals:........................................ 418........................................................................31 games, 1978 Blocked Shots:........................... 195........................................................................38 games, 2006

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Crystal Langhorne (04-08)..........135........2247........16.6 Marissa Coleman (05-09)............144........2205........15.3 Kristi Toliver (05-09)...................139........2078........14.9 Vicky Bullett (85-89)...................114........1928........16.9 Shay Doron (04-07)....................134........1878........14.0 Christy Winters (87-90)...............123........1679........13.7 Marcia Richardson (79-84).........120........1630........13.6 Jessie Hicks (90-93)....................112........1601........14.3 Deanna Tate (86-89).....................93........1541........16.5 Deedee Warley (99-02)...............115........1512........13.1 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Vicky Bullett (85-89)...................114........1928........16.9 Crystal Langhorne (04-08)..........135........2247........16.6 Deanna Tate (86-89).....................93........1541........16.5 Kris Kirchner (78-80)....................89........1425........16.0 Marissa Coleman (05-09)............144........2205........15.3 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Crystal Langhorne (04-08)..........135........1229........11.1 Marissa Coleman (05-09)............144........1139..........7.9 Vicky Bullett (85-89)...................114..........968..........8.5 Kris Kirchner (78-80)....................89..........936........10.5 Laura Harper (04-08).................116..........873..........7.5 Myra Waters (79-82)...................110..........782..........7.1 Christy Winters (87-90)...............123..........723..........5.9 Stephanie Cross (95-98)..............110..........716..........6.5 Jessie Hicks (90-93)....................112..........703..........6.3 Chequita Wood (83-86)...............113..........703..........6.2 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Kris Kirchner (78-80)....................89..........936........10.5 Crystal Langhorne (04-08)..........135........1229..........9.1 Angela Scott (75-77).....................63..........565..........9.0 Vicky Bullett (86-89)...................114..........968..........8.5 Marissa Coleman (05-09)............144........1139..........7.9 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Debbie Lytle (80-83)...................111..........315..........2.8 Sonia Chase (95-98)...................112..........309..........2.8 Deanna Tate (86, 88-89)...............93..........293..........3.2 Renneika Razor (00-03)..............117..........266..........2.3 Myra Waters (79-82)...................110..........241..........2.1 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Kristi Toliver (05-09)...................139..........751..........5.4 Debbie Lytle (80-83)...................111..........583..........5.3 Tara Heiss (75-78).........................95..........504..........5.3 Deanna Tate (86, 88-89)...............93..........500..........5.4 Marissa Coleman (05-09)............144..........453..........3.1 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Laura Harper (04-08).................116..........198..........1.7 Kris Kirchner (78-80)....................89..........186..........2.1 Vicky Bullett (86-89)...................114..........170..........1.5 Marissa Coleman (05-09)............144..........141..........1.0 Jessie Hicks (90-93)....................112..........137..........1.2

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Miami Riquna Williams

THE 2010-11 HURRICANES

Guard, Junior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Shenise Johnson Guard, Junior

Pos.

Ht.

Exp.

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

01 Riquna Williams

G

5-7

2L

Jr.

Pahokee, Fla. (Pahokee)

03 Stefanie Yderstrom

G

5-8

1L

So.

Ostertalje, Sweden (Igelstaviken)

12 Krystal Saunders

G

5-8

HS

Fr.

West Park, Fla. (South Broward)

21 Stephanie Gardner

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

Glassboro, N.J. (Glassboro)

23 Shanel Williams

G

5-8

1L

So.

Chesapeake, Va. (Indian River)

32 Morgan Stroman

F

6-1

1L

So.

Hopkins, S.C. (Lower Richland)

33 Suriya McGuire

G

5-11

HS

Fr.

Minneapolis, Minn. (Roosevelt)

34 Sylvia Bullock

F

6-2

2L

Jr.

Anchorage, Alaska (South Anchorage)

40 Shawnice Wilson

C

6-6

TR

Jr.

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Pittsburgh)

42 Shenise Johnson

G

5-11

2L

Jr.

Henrietta, N.Y. (Rush-Henrietta)

50 Maria Brown

F

6-1

HS

Fr.

Monroe, La. (Ouchita Christian)

54 Selina Archer

C

6-4

HS

Fr.

Clermont, Fla. (East Ridge)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:......................... Katie Meier Career Record:............... 148-129 (9 yrs) Record at Miami:............... 72-84 (5 yrs) Alma Mater:.............................Duke, ‘90 Assistant Coaches:............ Darrick Gibbs ....................................... Carolyn Kieger ...................................... Vernette Skeete Dir. of WBK Ops:.............. Rachel Sander 2009-10 Record:............................22-14 2009-10 ACC Record:.......... 4-10 (t10th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 6/4 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 3/2 NCAA Appearances/Last:.............. 6/2004

Location:.................... Coral Gables, Fla. Founded:........................................ 1925 Enrollment:................................. 14,905 Nickname:............... Hurricanes, ‘Canes Colors:............Orange, Green and White Arena:......... BankUnited Center (7,200) President:............. Dr. Donna E. Shalala Athletic Director:...............Kirby Hocutt FAR:................................ Clyde B. McCoy SWA:................................. Connie Nickel SID Contact:........................ Scott Zavitz Email:.................... szavitz@miami.edu Phone:............................. 305.284.3236 Press Row:....................... 305.284.2111 Website:....... www.hurricanesports.com

2010-11 SCHEDULE Date Opponent................... Record Against...TV.......Time N12

Kennesaw State........................ 0-0........................ Noon

N17

at Nebraska.............................. 0-2....................... 8:00p

N20

Miami (OH) ............................. 1-0.......................... TBA

N22

UAB.......................................... 1-2....................... 7:00p

N26

Florida Atlantic University ..... 15-0......................... TBA

N27

UNCG/Eastern Illinois............ 0-0/0-0....................... TBA

N29

Southern University.................. 0-0....................... 7:00p

D5

Cal State Bakersfield................ 1-0....................... 2:00p

D7

Georgetown............................. 14-8...................... 7:00p

D11

Alcorn State.............................. 0-0....................... 2:00p

D18

UC Riverside............................. 1-0....................... 5:00p

D21

at Mississippi............................ 2-3........................ Noon

D28

George Washington.................. 0-0....................... 7:00p

D30

Morgan State............................ 0-0....................... 8:00p

J1

Lipscomb.................................. 0-0....................... 2:00p

J6

at Virginia................................ 1-7....................... 7:00p

J9

at Virginia Tech........................ 6-6....................... 2:00p

J14

Clemson.................................... 3-5.......... RSN...... 8:30p

J16

Boston College........................ 18-16........ RSN...... 1:00p

J24

at Florida State........................ 8-29......... RSN...... 7:00p

J27

NC State................................... 1-9....................... 7:00p

J30

Georgia Tech............................ 7-11..........CSS...... 3:00p

F3

at Duke..................................... 0-7....................... 7:00p

F10

Maryland.................................. 2-8....................... 7:00p

F13

at North Carolina...................... 3-9.......... RSN...... 1:00p

F17

at Boston College................... 18-16..................... 7:00p

F21

Wake Forest.............................. 3-6....................... 7:00p

F24

Florida State............................ 8-29..........CSS...... 7:00p

F27

at Georgia Tech........................ 7-11...................... 2:00p

M3-6

ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

(Miami Thanksgiving Tournament) (Miami Thanksgiving Tournament)

(Miami Holiday Tournament) (Miami Holiday Tournament)

MIAMI AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT

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ACC Women’s Basketball


Miami 2009-10 STATISTICS (22-14, 4-10 ACC) 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 01 Riquna Williams........ 36..... 25....... 1094......30.4...... 253.... 628.......403..... 106.... 294.......361.... 95.... 129......736.... 39....113.....152....4.2......92..... 2..... 62.....90....17...... 64....... 707.......19.6 ....................................... 14..... 10......... 441......31.5........ 88.... 253.......348....... 35.... 106.......330.... 34...... 52......654.... 19......43.......62....4.4......37..... 1..... 14.....36......8...... 22....... 245.......17.5 42 Shenise Johnson........ 36..... 36....... 1254......34.8...... 251.... 506.......496....... 50.... 127.......394.. 133.... 172......773.. 106....170.....276....7.7......71..... 1... 166...123....21.... 111....... 685.......19.0 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 506......36.1........ 99.... 208.......476....... 18...... 55.......327.... 49...... 67......731.... 45......56.....101....7.2......28..... 0..... 60.....46....12...... 52....... 265.......18.9 33 Diane Barnes............. 35..... 30......... 983......28.1...... 125.... 230.......543......... 0........ 0.......000.... 72.... 118......610.... 94....173.....267....7.6....102..... 2..... 32.....60....20...... 31....... 322.........9.2 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 383......27.4........ 44...... 81.......543......... 0........ 0.......000.... 28...... 44......636.... 28......53.......81....5.8......51..... 2....... 5.....18......4...... 12....... 116.........8.3 03 Stefanie Yderstrom..... 30..... 17......... 748......24.9........ 78.... 245.......318....... 47.... 159.......296.... 22...... 26......846...... 8......36.......44....1.5......69..... 1..... 64.....58....10...... 26....... 225.........7.5 ....................................... 14....... 4......... 345......24.6........ 33.... 118.......280....... 22...... 82.......268.... 15...... 17......882...... 5......13.......18....1.3......35..... 1..... 29.....28......4........ 9....... 103.........7.4 32 Morgan Stroman........ 36..... 21......... 812......22.6........ 83.... 201.......413......... 0........ 1.......000.... 97.... 136......713.... 97....114.....211....5.9....105..... 3..... 38.....85....24...... 64....... 263.........7.3 ....................................... 14....... 7......... 311......22.2........ 28...... 69.......406......... 0........ 0.......000.... 40...... 59......678.... 34......33.......67....4.8......41..... 1..... 16.....38....11...... 22......... 96.........6.9 14 Charmaine Clark........ 35..... 30....... 1029......29.4........ 93.... 269.......346....... 16...... 63.......254.... 40...... 61......656.... 40....104.....144....4.1......61..... 0... 104.....72....15...... 40....... 242.........6.9 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 419......29.9........ 30.... 108.......278......... 5...... 21.......238.... 13...... 21......619.... 17......41.......58....4.1......30..... 0..... 38.....32......3...... 19......... 78.........5.6 34 Sylvia Bullock............ 36..... 21......... 770......21.4........ 44.... 121.......364......... 0........ 0.......000.... 34...... 80......425.... 68......78.....146....4.1......64..... 0..... 22.....32....35...... 34....... 122.........3.4 ....................................... 14....... 7......... 290......20.7........ 13...... 38.......342......... 0........ 0.......000...... 8...... 21......381.... 18......26.......44....3.1......27..... 0....... 2.....14......6...... 14......... 34.........2.4 23 Shanel Williams......... 34....... 0......... 412......12.1........ 33.... 107.......308......... 9...... 25.......360.... 17...... 30......567.... 19......18.......37....1.1......36..... 0....... 9.....43......1...... 20......... 92.........2.7 ....................................... 13....... 0......... 154......11.8........ 14...... 32.......438......... 4...... 10.......400...... 2........ 7......286...... 3........3.........6....0.5......15..... 0....... 3.......9......1........ 4......... 34.........2.6 13 Hannah Shaw............ 26....... 0......... 182........7.0........ 12...... 39.......308......... 0........ 0.......000...... 7...... 10......700.... 12......25.......37....1.4........9..... 0....... 5.....19......4........ 3......... 31.........1.2 ....................................... 10....... 0........... 50........5.0.......... 4........ 9.......444......... 0........ 0.......000...... 1........ 1...1.000...... 2........4.........6....0.6........4..... 0....... 2.......1......1........ 1........... 9.........0.9 31 Lee Anna Osei.............. 8....... 0........... 40........5.0.......... 0........ 3.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 4........ 5......800...... 3........1.........4....0.5........3..... 0....... 4.......1......0........ 5........... 4.........0.5 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 TEAM............................................................................................................................................................................ 109......96.....205....5.7........0.....................18............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 44......40.......84....6.0........0.......................9............................................ Miami............................. 36........................................... 972.. 2349.......414..... 228.... 669.......341.. 521.... 767......679.. 595....928...1523..42.3....612..... 9... 506...601..147.... 398..... 2693.......74.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 353.... 916.......385....... 84.... 274.......307.. 190.... 289......657.. 215....312.....527..37.6....268..... 5... 169...231....50.... 155....... 980.......70.0 Opponents...................... 36........................................... 859.. 2196.......391..... 202.... 640.......316.. 462.... 669......691.. 515....936...1451..40.3....666...... -... 484...736..109.... 276..... 2382.......66.2 ....................................... 14........................................... 357.... 845.......422....... 67.... 217.......309.. 236.... 330......715.. 225....410.....635..45.4....262..... 5... 207...299....49.... 100..... 1017.......72.6

2009-10 RESULTS

UM Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ at UC Riverside.................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 86-63 N15........ at UC Bakersfield............................... -.........-........ -...... -........ W, 111-93 N18........ Bethune-Cookman ........................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 88-46 N21........ at UAB............................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 70-54 N24........ Houston . .......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 68-54 (Miami Thanksgiving Tournament) N27........ Long Beach State ............................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 83-66 N28........ Massachusetts................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 63-57 D5.......... Nebraska........................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 71-76 D19........ at Binghamton.................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 68-52 D21........ at Cornell........................................... -.........-........ -...... -........ W, 101-62 (Miami Holiday Tournament) D28........ Quinnipiac......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 93-48 D29........ Texas................................................. -.........-.......17...22......... L, 65-76 D31........ North Florida..................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 80-36 J3........... at Miami (Ohio)................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 75-61 J10......... Florida State...................................... -.........-.......13...11........ W, 78-70 J14......... Duke . ..............................................25.......-........7.....7.......... L, 62-69 J17......... at Wake Forest..................................25.......-........ -...... -........... L, 64-67 J21......... at Maryland...................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 80-77 J24......... Virginia Tech...................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 69-73 J27......... at Georgia Tech.................................. -.........-.......25.... -.....L, 73-80 (ot) J31......... at Boston College.............................. -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 64-72 F4........... North Carolina . ................................ -.........-........9....15........ W, 80-69 F7........... SIU Edwardsville . ............................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 85-60 F11......... Virginia.............................................. -.........-........ -.....21....L, 63-69(ot) F14......... at NC State........................................ -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 64-66 F18......... at Clemson........................................ -.........-........ -...... -.....L, 72-73 (ot) F21......... Georgia Tech...................................... -.........-.......19.... -........... L, 73-77 F25......... at Florida State.................................. -.........-........9.....9.......... L, 62-87 F28......... Boston College................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 76-68 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4......... vs. #5 Wake Forest............................ -.........-........ -...... -.....L, 65-66 (ot) (WNIT Tournament) M18....... Florida Gulf Coast.............................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 70-57 M21....... Florida............................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 77-64 M25....... North Carolina A&T........................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 84-77 M28....... at Providence College........................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 73-65 M31....... at Michigan....................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 76-59 A3.......... at California....................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 61-73

ACC Women’s Basketball

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

8 statistics not available 283-35.4 9 statistics not available 359-39.9 14 statistics not available 715-51.1 20 statistics not available 1177-58.9 20 statistics not available 1151-57.6 16 statistics not available 957-59.8 23 statistics not available 1451-63.1 34 statistics not available 2493-73.3 39 statistics not available 2665-70.1 29 statistics not available 2063-71.1 27 statistics not available 1946-72.1 31 statistics not available 2247-72.5 28 statistics not available 2076-74.1 27 statistics not available 1637-60.6 30 statistics not available 2127-70.9 27 809-1773 .456 79-219 .361 414-587 .705 1106-41.0 2111-78.2 29 845-1805 .468 50-159 .314 494-748 .660 1161-40.0 2234-77.0 31 921-1947 .473 73-199 .367 518-714 .725 1172-37.8 2433-78.5 30 905-2063 .439 38-116 .328 393-624 .630 1224-40.8 2230-74.3 32 966-2085 .463 37-112 .330 525-734 .715 1291-40.3 2494-77.9 31 822-2018 .407 99-272 .364 480-724 .663 1321-42.6 2223-71.0 27 631-1780 .354 98-343 .286 314.527 .596 1109-41.1 1674-62.0 27 652-1726 .378 53-218 .243 374-603 .620 1208-44.7 1731-64.1 27 670-1635 .410 73-281 .260 402-624 .644 1068-39.6 1815-67.2 29 645-1611 .400 123-394 .312 367-545 .673 1013-34.9 1780-61.4 29 749-1738 .431 110-331 .332 520-721 .721 4098-37.9 2128-73.4 29 715-1664 .430 84-285 .295 489-687 .712 1085-37.4 2003-69.1 29 730-1844 .396 92-318 .289 330-516 .640 1126-38.8 1882-64.9 28 707-1787 .396 79-278 .284 292-495 .590 1137-40.6 1785-63.8 31 800-1970 .406 106-375 .283 343-539 .636 1210-39.0 2049-66.1 31 896-2031 .441 115-366 .314 408-591 .690 1254-40.5 2315-74.7 29 800-1761 .454 130-389 .334 409-563 .726 1112-38.3 2139-73.8 29 702-1739 .404 135-456 .296 317-450 .704 1042-35.9 1856-64.0 30 808-1841 .439 221-652 .339 437-583 .750 1079-36.0 2274-75.8 30 740-1851 .400 189-607 .311 330-477 .692 1097-36.6 1999-66.6 30 691-1838 .376 178-609 .292 250-411 .608 1096-36.5 1810-60.3 30 756-1901 .398 134-484 .277 323-505 .640 1129-37.6 1969-65.6 36 972-2349 .414 228-669 .341 521-767 .679 1523-42.3 2693-74.8

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Miami Katie Meier Katie Meier enters her sixth season at Miami, having compiled a 72-84 overall record ... Last season, Meier led Miami to a 22-14 overall mark and an appearance in the WNIT Championship game, the furthest postseason run in program history… Prior to leading the Hurricanes, Meier spent the previous four seasons as the head coach of the Charlotte 49ers ... Meier led Charlotte to its first-ever NCAA berth in 2003 and took the 49ers to the postseason in each of her last three years ... Under Meier, Charlotte earned an at-large NCAA bid in 2003 and followed that up with consecutive appearances in the WNIT in 2004 and 2005 ... In her first season at Charlotte, Meier directed the 49ers to a 16-13 record, giving the program its first winning season in eight years ... Meier followed that up by guiding Charlotte to a 21-9 record in 2003, and with a 12-2 record in Conference USA, clinched the 49ers’ first-ever regular season CUSA championship ... Charlotte went 17-14 in 2004, and picked up its first postseason victory with a 78-71 win over Clemson in the first round of the WNIT ... Meier led the 49ers to a 22-9 record in 2005, marking the most wins for the program since 1991 ... Prior to her stint at Charlotte, Meier was the associate head coach at Tulane from 1999-2001 and was an assistant for the Green Wave for five seasons before that, helping Tulane to a 164-52 record during her seven years at the school ... Meier began her collegiate coaching career at UNC Asheville, where she was an assistant in 1994 ... As a player at Duke from 1986-1990, Meier was the ACC’s Rookie of the Year in 1986, earning Basketball Yearbook Freshman All-America honors that season ... Meier earned All-ACC first-team distinction and was named to the Kodak/WBCA District 2 All-America team as a senior in 1990 ... Meier scored 1,761 points for the Blue Devils, and was named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Team in 2002.

MIAMI COACHING COUNTS

THE MEIER RECORD

ACC Year Coach Overall ACC Tourn 1973 Barry Schimer 2-6 - - 1974 Barry Schimer 6-3 - - 1975 Barry Schimer 8-6 - - Totals Barry Schimer 16-15

Non- ACC 2-6 6-3 8-6 16-15

PostSeason -

1976 1977 Totals

Shula Feuer Shula Feuer Shula Feuer

7-13 - - 9-11 - - 16-24

7-13 9-11 16-24

-

1978 Totals

Isabella Hutchinson Isabella Hutchinson

8-8 - - 8-8

8-8 8-8

-

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 Totals

Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn Lin Dunn

10-13 - - 18-16 - - 24-15 - - 19-10 - - 14-13 - - 19-12 - - 21-7 - - 9-18 - - 15-15 - - 149-119

10-13 18-16 24-15 19-10 14-13 19-12 21-7 9-18 15-15 149-119

AIAW 0-1 AIAW 0-1 -

1988 Totals

Ken Patrick Ken Patrick

14-13 - - 14-13

14-13 14-13

-

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati Ferne Labati

21-8 25-6 20-10 30-2 24-7 10-17 11-16 14-13 15-14 19-10 15-14 14-15 13-15 19-12 18-13 22-7 13-16 303-195

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-10 4-10

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-1 1-1

21-8 25-6 20-10 30-2 24-7 10-17 11-16 14-13 15-14 19-10 15-14 14-15 13-15 19-12 18-13 22-7 8-5 298-184

NCAA 0-1 WNIT 1-2 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 WNIT 0-1 WNIT 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 -

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Katie Meier Katie Meier Katie Meier Katie Meier Katie Meier Katie Meier

17-13 11-19 9-21 13-17 22-14 72-84

6-8 2-12 2-12 2-12 4-10 16-54

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-5

11-2 9-6 7-8 11-4 18-3 56-23

WNIT 1-1 WNIT 5-1

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Head Coaching Experience: at Charlotte:.......................................... 76-45 (4) at Miami:.............................................. 72-84 (5) Career:.............................................. 148-129 (9) Education: Duke............................................................1989 Duke...........................................1990 (Master’s) Career Coaching Records: 2002 - Charlotte......................................... 16-13 2003 - Charlotte........................................... 21-9 2004 - Charlotte......................................... 17-14 2005 - Charlotte........................................... 22-9 2006 - Miami............................................. 17-13 2007 - Miami............................................. 11-19 2008 - Miami............................................... 9-21 2009 - Miami............................................. 13-17 2010 - Miami............................................. 22-14 Miami Totals: Overall Record:............................ 578-458 (.558) ACC Record:..................................... 20-62 (.244) ACC Tournament Record:...................... 1-7 (.125) Postseason Record:.......................... 10-14 (.417) NCAA Record:...................................... 2-6 (.250) WNIT Record:....................................... 8-6 (.571) AIAW National Record:........................ 0-2 (.000)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Miami INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 42...........................................Renee Taylor vs. Houston, 12-19-06 Field Goals Made:...................... 17.............................................. Joani Bowles vs. Temple, 1-13-84 .............................................................................. Wendy Foote vs. Miami-Dade New World, 1978 .............................................................................................. Tamara James vs. Fairfield, 12-28-04 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 8...........................Riquna Williams vs. CSU Bakersfield, 11-15-09 Free Throws Made:..................... 18.........................................Desma Thomas vs. St. John’s, 2-3-96 Rebounds:.................................. 25..............................Cordelia Fulmore vs. Georgia State, 2-24-84 Assists:....................................... 14.................... Robin Harmony vs. Florida International, 12-4-82 Steals:........................................ 10.........................................Maurita Reid vs. Wake Forest, 2-8-07 ............................................................................................. Maria Rivera vs. Minnesota, 12-22-86 .......................................................................................................Pat Bentoski vs. Stetson, 2-3-80 Blocked Shots:........................... 8.......................................... Sylvia Bullock vs. Houston, 11-24-09 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 742........................................... Frances Savage (32 games), 1992 Scoring Average:....................... 25.2............................................... Wendy Foote (16 games), 1978 Field Goal Percentage:............... 54.8.............................................Frances Savage (256-467), 1989 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 45.3...............................................Octavia Blue (29 games), 1998 Free Throw Percentage:............. 85.7..................................................Holly Rilinger (90-105), 1993 Rebounds:.................................. 449...............................................Sylvia Wilson (38 games), 1981 Assists:....................................... 221............................................ Jeannie Hebert (32 games), 1992 Steals:........................................ 121............................................ Meghan Saake (31 games), 2002 Blocked Shots:........................... 80.................................................Sylvia Wilson (33 games), 1980 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 112...................................................................... Stetson, 1-12-91 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 19............................................. Miami-Dade New World, 2-14-80 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 80.......................................... Homestead AFB (100-20), 1-14-76 Field Goals Made:...................... 51................................................... Florida International, 1-27-81 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 13................................................................. Quinnipiac, 12-29-09 ...................................................................................................................................UCF, 12-20-05 .....................................................................................................................Binghamton, 12-13-08 Free Throws Made:..................... 35.................................................4 times, last: Pittsburgh, 1-2-99 Rebounds:.................................. 72.......................................................................... Stetson, 3-4-82 Assists:....................................... 32.................................................... North Carolina A&T, 12-28-05 ................................................................................................................... Morris Brown, 11-25-02 Steals:........................................ 38.......................................................... Broward Central, 2-12-80 Blocked Shots:........................... 12................................................... Florida International, 2-21-81 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,693.....................................................................36 games, 2010 Scoring Average:....................... 78.5.................................................31 games, 2,433 points, 1990 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 16.3.......................................................................77.9-61.6, 1992 Field Goal Percentage:............... 48.5.......................................................................859-1172, 1985 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 36.7...........................................................................73-199, 1990 Free Throw Percentage:............. 75.0.........................................................................437-583, 2006 Rebounds:.................................. 1,733.....................................................................39 games, 1981 Assists:....................................... 559........................................................................32 games, 1992 Steals:........................................ 582........................................................................34 games, 1980 Blocked Shots:........................... 156........................................................................34 games, 1980

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Tamara James (02-06)................118........2406........20.4 Maria Rivera (84-88)..................112........2358........21.1 Frances Savage (88-92)................94........2184........23.2 Jeannie Hebert (88-92)...............119........1766........14.8 Octavia Blue (94-98)..................109........1724........15.8 Sylvia Wilson (79-82)....................99........1713........17.3 Chanivia Broussard (00-04)........114........1482........13.0 Kym Hope (95-99)......................113........1462........12.9 Vicki Plowden (90-93)..................91........1404........15.4 Robin Harmony (80-84)..............125........1308........10.5 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Frances Savage (88-92)................94........2184........23.2 Maria Rivera (84-88)..................112........2358........21.1 Tamara James (02-06)................118........2406........20.4 Cordelia Fulmore (83-85)..............59........1142........19.4 Wendy Foote (74-78).....................62........1174........18.9 Rebounds................................... G......... Rbs........Avg Sylvia Wilson (79-82)....................99........1115........11.3 Frances Savage (88-92)................94..........919..........9.8 Kym Hope (95-99)......................113..........888..........7.9 Vicki Plowden (90-93)..................91..........857..........9.4 Tamara James (02-06)................118..........805..........6.8 Robin Harmony (80-84)..............125..........760..........6.1 Hope Butler (84-88)....................101..........694..........6.9 Shaquana Wilkins (00-04)..........116..........675..........5.8 Octavia Blue (94-98)..................109..........672..........6.2 Chanivia Broussard (00-04)........114..........583..........5.1 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Sylvia Wilson (79-82)....................99........1115........11.3 Cordelia Fulmore (83-85)..............59..........690........10.3 Frances Savage (88-92)................94..........919..........9.8 Vicki Plowden (90-93)..................91..........857..........9.4 Donna Mapp (81-83)....................54..........489..........9.1 Steals......................................... G......... Stls........Avg Maria Rivera (84-88)..................112..........382..........3.4 Meghan Saake (99-03)...............118..........358..........3.0 Loretta Harvey (81-84)...............122..........357..........2.9 Robin Harmony (80-84)..............125..........314..........2.5 Yalonda McCormick (01-05)........105..........280..........2.7 Assists........................................ G........ Asts........Avg Gina Graziani (96-00).................111..........743..........6.7 Jeannie Hebert (88-92)...............119..........694..........5.8 Loretta Harvey (81-84)...............122..........588..........4.8 Yalonda McCormick (01-05)........105..........539..........5.1 Maria Rivera (84-88)..................112..........487..........4.3 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Sylvia Wilson (79-82)....................99..........198..........2.0 Kym Hope (95-99)......................164..........164..........1.5 Chanivia Broussard (00-04)........114..........132..........1.2 Vicki Plowden (90-93)..................91..........108..........1.2 Shaquana Wilkins (00-04)..........116............95..........0.8 Megan Saake (99-03).................118............95..........0.8

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North Carolina Cetera DeGraffenreid

THE 2010-11 TAR HEELS

Guard, Senior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

Ht.

01 She’la White

G

5-5

2L

Jr.

Portsmouth, Va. (Norfolk Collegiate)

02 Latifah Coleman

G

5-9

HS

Fr.

Pageland, S.C. (Central)

04 Candace Wood

G 5-11

HS

So.

Charlotte, N.C. (Victory Christian Center)

05 Nicole Powell

G 5-10

2L

Sr.

Asheville, N.C. (Asheville)

G

5-7

HS

Fr.

Gastonia, N.C. (Forestview)

F/C

6-5

2L

Jr.

Stafford, Va. (Brooke Point)

15 Shannon Smith 20 Chay Shegog 21 Krista Gross

Hometown (Last School)

G

6-0

1L

So.

Charlotte, N.C. (Cannon School)

22 Cetera DeGraffenreid G

5-6

3L

Sr.

Cullowhee, N.C. (Smoky Mountain)

32 Waltiea Rolle

Jessica Breland

Exp. Cl.

F/C

6-6

1L

So. Nassau, Bahamas (Westbury Christian School, Tex.)

33 Laura Broomfield

F

6-1

2L

Jr. Lexington Park, Md. (St. Mary’s Ryken)

44 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt

G 5-10

1L

So.

Alexandria, Va. (T.C. Williams)

50 Italee Lucas

G

5-8

3L

Sr.

Las Vegas, Nev. (Centennial)

51 Jessica Breland

F

6-3

3L R-Sr.

Kelford, N.C. (Bertie)

Forward, Senior

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:....................Sylvia Hatchell Career Record:............. 831-294 (35 yrs) Record at UNC:............. 559-214 (24 yrs) Alma Mater:...........Carson-Newman, ‘74 Associate Coach:............. Andrew Calder Assistant Coaches:......... Charlotte Smith ........................Tracey Williams-Johnson Dir. of WBK Ops:...................... Greg Law 2009-10 Record:............................19-12 2009-10 ACC Record:.............. 6-8 (t7th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:.................... 10/4 Starters Ret/Lost:.......... 5/0 + 1 (illness) NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 22/2010

Location:........................ Chapel Hill, NC Founded:........................................ 1789 Enrollment:................................. 28,000 Nickname:...............................Tar Heels Colors:............. Carolina Blue and White Arena:.. Carmichael Auditorium (6,822) Chancellor:...................... Holden Thorp Athletic Director:............. Dick Baddour FAR:................................... Lissa Broome SWA:..................................... Beth Miller SID Contact:...................Bobby Hundley Email:..........bhundley@uncaa.unc.edu Phone:............................. 919.843.5678 Press Row:....................... 919.843.9509 Website:.............. www.tarheelblue.com

NORTH CAROLINA AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N12 N17 N19 N21 N26 N27 N28

D2

D8 D12 D19 D28 D31 J3 J6 J9 J14 J17 J20 J23 J28 J30 F2 F7 F10 F13 F21 F24 F27 M3-6 M13

Opponent................... Record Against...TV...... Time North Florida........................... 0-0........................4:00p Robert Morris .......................... 3-0........................7:00p Coastal Carolina...................... 13-0.......................8:00p Western Carolina...................... 9-1........................3:00p vs. Washington State............... 0-0........................6:30p (Rainbow Wahine Classic) vs. Illinois/Long Beach St......3-0/0-0........................TBA (Rainbow Wahine Classic) vs. TBA.....................................................................TBA (Rainbow Wahine Classic) Iowa......................................... 0-2........................7:00p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) East Tennessee State............... 11-0.......................7:00p Nevada-Las Vegas................... 3-0........................2:00p vs. South Carolina.................... 8-6........................3:00p (Myrtle Beach Convention Center) College of Charleston.............. 11-1.......................2:00p at Gardner-Webb...................... 1-0........................3:00p North Carolina Central............. 3-0........................7:00p at Georgia Tech...................... 51-13......................7:00p at Boston College..................... 4-1..........RSN........1:00p NC State................................. 40-50......................7:00p Connecticut ............................. 5-5........ESPN2......7:00p Wake Forest............................ 57-12......................7:00p at Maryland........................... 36-32......ESPN2......5:00p Virginia.................................. 43-32........RSN........6:30p Virginia Tech........................... 12-3.......................2:00p at Florida State....................... 27-9...... FSN-FL.....7:00p Duke...................................... 46-32......ESPN2......7:00p at Clemson............................. 47-26......................7:00p Miami...................................... 9-3..........RSN........1:00p at NC State............................. 40-50........RSN........7:00p Georgia Tech.......................... 51-13......................7:00p at Duke.................................. 46-32.... FOX NAT....5:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC Kennessaw State..................... 2-0........................4:00p

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North Carolina 2009-10 STATISTICS (19-12, 6-8 ACC) 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 50 Italee Lucas................ 30..... 22......... 817......27.2...... 158.... 395.......400....... 56.... 163.......344.... 69...... 88......784.... 36......79.....115....3.8......55..... 1..... 75.....97......4...... 44....... 441.......14.7 ....................................... 15..... 10......... 442......29.5........ 78.... 215.......363....... 30...... 92.......326.... 39...... 49......796.... 17......39.......56....3.7......27..... 1..... 35.....53......2...... 18....... 225.......15.0 22 Cetera DeGraffenreid. 31..... 26......... 955......30.8...... 126.... 322.......391....... 15...... 55.......273.. 173.... 218......794.... 28......91.....119....3.8......64..... 1... 156...103......3...... 99....... 440.......14.2 ....................................... 15..... 13......... 491......32.7........ 60.... 168.......357......... 8...... 27.......296.... 73.... 100......730.... 14......50.......64....4.3......29..... 0..... 69.....48......2...... 45....... 201.......13.4 20 Chay Shegog.............. 29..... 23......... 707......24.4...... 112.... 217.......516......... 0........ 0.......000.... 33...... 60......550.... 61....114.....175....6.0......87..... 5..... 25.....73....21...... 20....... 257.........8.9 ....................................... 15..... 11......... 370......24.7........ 55.... 107.......514......... 0........ 0.......000.... 14...... 24......583.... 31......49.......80....5.3......53..... 3....... 9.....46......9...... 12....... 124.........8.3 33 Laura Broomfield....... 29..... 20......... 576......19.9........ 99.... 205.......483......... 0........ 0.......000.... 26...... 60......433.... 93....143.....236....8.1......51..... 1..... 15.....63....23...... 31....... 224.........7.7 ....................................... 14..... 10......... 282......20.1........ 45...... 90.......500......... 0........ 0.......000.... 10...... 22......455.... 45......66.....111....7.9......22..... 1....... 5.....28......5...... 13....... 100.........7.1 01 She’la White............... 31..... 16......... 770......24.8........ 77.... 205.......376....... 42.... 111.......378.... 27...... 41......659.... 11......49.......60....1.9......28..... 0..... 82.....65......0...... 23....... 223.........7.2 ....................................... 15....... 7......... 397......26.5........ 35...... 98.......357....... 21...... 54.......389.... 11...... 17......647...... 1......20.......21....1.4......17..... 0..... 32.....23......0...... 10....... 102.........6.8 32 Waltiea Rolle.............. 30..... 15......... 505......16.8........ 77.... 151.......510......... 0........ 0.......000.... 50...... 81......617.... 61......75.....136....4.5......68..... 1..... 12.....40....72...... 16....... 204.........6.8 ....................................... 14....... 6......... 269......19.2........ 32...... 68.......471......... 0........ 0.......000.... 27...... 46......587.... 36......34.......70....5.0......34..... 1....... 6.....27....39...... 11......... 91.........6.5 44 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt...... 30..... 19......... 644......21.5........ 71.... 230.......309......... 6...... 45.......133.... 39...... 71......549.... 68......98.....166....5.5......54..... 1..... 44.....54......8...... 38....... 187.........6.2 ....................................... 14....... 9......... 317......22.6........ 28...... 99.......283......... 3...... 23.......130.... 16...... 29......552.... 30......45.......75....5.4......30..... 0..... 23.....21......3...... 18......... 75.........5.4 42 C. Robertson-Warren.. 31....... 0......... 298........9.6........ 51.... 104.......490......... 0........ 0.......000.... 30...... 51......588.... 41......40.......81....2.6......65..... 2..... 10.....36....25...... 14....... 132.........4.3 ....................................... 15....... 0......... 134........8.9........ 20...... 37.......541......... 0........ 0.......000.... 10...... 19......526.... 12......19.......31....2.1......29..... 1....... 3.....16....13........ 4......... 50.........3.3 30 Martina Wood............ 27....... 3......... 223........8.3........ 36...... 68.......529......... 2...... 13.......154.... 17...... 26......654.... 18......20.......38....1.4......34..... 1....... 9.....15......3........ 8......... 91.........3.4 ....................................... 12....... 2........... 70........5.8.......... 7...... 19.......368......... 1........ 5.......200...... 6........ 8......750...... 7........6.......13....1.1......22..... 1....... 3.......7......1........ 1......... 21.........1.8 03 Trinity Bursey............. 31....... 6......... 369......11.9........ 42.... 123.......341....... 11...... 44.......250...... 7...... 11......636.... 28......51.......79....2.5......41..... 0..... 28.....38....10...... 18....... 102.........3.3 ....................................... 15....... 3......... 182......12.1........ 21...... 57.......368......... 4...... 21.......190...... 2........ 2...1.000.... 14......20.......34....2.3......16..... 0..... 13.....18......4........ 5......... 48.........3.2 21 Krista Gross................ 27....... 5......... 239........8.9........ 16...... 61.......262......... 2...... 21.......095.... 10...... 18......556.... 17......39.......56....2.1......21..... 0..... 14.....27......4...... 17......... 44.........1.6 ....................................... 14....... 4........... 91........6.5.......... 5...... 21.......238......... 2........ 9.......222...... 5........ 6......833...... 1......14.......15....1.1........6..... 0....... 6.....10......1........ 7......... 17.........1.2 05 Nicole Powell............... 7....... 0........... 51........7.3.......... 4...... 18.......222......... 1...... 13.......077...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........7.........7....1.0........3..... 0....... 3.......1......0........ 2........... 9.........1.3 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 00 Nyree Williams.......... 20....... 0......... 121........6.1.......... 5...... 18.......278......... 0........ 0.......000...... 7...... 27......259.... 18......21.......39....2.0......24..... 0....... 4.......8......4........ 8......... 17.........0.9 ......................................... 7....... 0........... 30........4.3.......... 2........ 3.......667......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 4......000...... 5........1.........6....0.9........5..... 0....... 0.......1......0........ 2........... 4.........0.6 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 80......62.....142....4.6........1.......................9............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 42......28.......70....4.7........1.......................9............................................ North Carolina................ 31........................................... 874.. 2117.......413..... 135.... 465.......290.. 488.... 752......649.. 560....889...1449..46.7....596... 13... 477...629..177.... 338..... 2371.......76.5 ....................................... 15........................................... 388.... 982.......395....... 69.... 231.......299.. 213.... 326......653.. 255....391.....646..43.1....291..... 8... 204...307....79.... 146..... 1058.......70.5 Opponents...................... 31........................................... 763.. 2057.......371..... 159.... 624.......255.. 397.... 613......648.. 512....794...1306..42.1....606...... -... 463...688..102.... 282..... 2082.......67.2 ....................................... 15........................................... 388.. 1018.......381....... 75.... 302.......248.. 210.... 323......650.. 285....379.....664..44.3....279..... 3... 244...298....59.... 139..... 1061.......70.7 2009-10 RESULTS NC Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ College of Charleston.........................5....... 5........ -...... -.......... W, 88-57 N18........ Coastal Carolina ...............................4....... 4........ -...... -.......... W, 88-49 N22........ at Nevada-Las Vegas.........................4....... 4........ -...... -.......... W, 78-68 N25........ Presbyterian .....................................4....... 4........ -...... -.......... W, 92-37 N29........ Charleston Southern . .......................4....... 4........ -...... -.......... W, 76-67 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3.......... at Michigan State..............................4....... 4.......22...21......... L, 66-72 D6.......... St. John’s...........................................4....... 4........ -...... -.......... W, 83-73 D8.......... Radford............................................11..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 74-48 D13........ Gardner-Webb..................................11..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 81-65 (Myrtle Beach) D20........ vs. South Carolina.............................9...... 10....... -...... -.......... W, 93-85 D29........ Kennesaw State.................................7....... 7........ -...... -.......... W, 89-44 D31........ East Tennessee State.........................7....... 7........ -...... -........ W, 104-65 J2........... Winston-Salem State.........................7....... 7........ -...... -........ W, 101-38 J6........... Georgia Tech......................................7....... 7.......20.... -.......... W, 89-78 J9........... at Connecticut ..................................7....... 7........1.....1.......... L, 47-88 J14......... at Virginia Tech................................10..... 11....... -...... -........... L, 64-79 J17......... Maryland ........................................10..... 11....... -...... -.......... W, 75-64 J22......... Clemson ..........................................14..... 15....... -...... -.......... W, 79-61 J25......... at NC State ......................................12..... 15....... -...... -.......... W, 81-69 F1........... Florida State . ...................................9...... 13......16...14......... L, 73-83 F4........... at Miami............................................9...... 15....... -...... -........... L, 69-80 F8........... at Duke . ..........................................18..... 15.......8.....6.......... L, 51-79 F11......... Boston College..................................18..... 20....... -...... -........... L, 62-68 F15......... at Virginia ........................................ -....... 20....... -.....21.L, 78-82 (2ot) F18......... at Wake Forest................................... -.........-........ -...... -.... W, 65-59 (ot) F21......... NC State............................................ -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 63-74 F26......... at Georgia Tech ................................ -.........-.......22.... -........... L, 57-64 F28......... Duke . ............................................... -.........-........6.....6......... W, 64-54 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4......... vs. #9 Maryland............................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 77-83 M14....... North Carolina Central....................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 88-66 (NCAA Tournament) M20....... vs. #7 Gonzaga................................. -.........-.......18...14......... L, 76-82

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ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS

YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1975 • 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

17 26 24 34 34 36 31 31 30 32 31 29 31 27 31 31 33 28 27 27 31 30 31 32 29 29 33 29 28 32 29 35 38 36 35 31

496-1350 796-1709 798-1748 1175-2362 1290-2436 1173-2381 998-2099 951-1984 1020-2010 980-2004 1001-1983 830-1626 939-1898 742-1622 1031-2006 1058-2118 1207-2354 929-1899 808-1771 657-1584 880-1857 845-1880 862-1841 925-1974 829-1780 751-1728 793-1873 671-1582 642-1609 808-1885 765-1817 1041-2216 1174-2515 1133-2413 1062-2338 874-2117

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

.367 .466 .457 .497 .530 .492 .475 .479 .507 .489 .505 .510 .495 .457 50-153 .326 .514 68-177 .384 .499 86-211 .407 .513 91-251 .363 .489 96-248 .387 .456 117-329 .356 .415 108-319 .339 .474 194-482 .402 .449 121-316 .383 .468 146-422 .346 .469 79-252 .313 .466 101-337 .300 .435 121-418 .289 .423 89-326 .273 .424 116-374 .310 .399 95-342 .278 .429 151-466 .324 .421 158-468 .338 .470 248-682 .364 .467 240-719 .334 .470 146-503 .290 .454 184-537 .343 .413 135-465 .290

FT-FTA

164-299 372-527 314-479 501-711 503-709 520-772 460-687 420-596 434-627 465-682 471-656 419-643 437-704 363-568 400-611 396-592 496-718 387-565 340-537 395-564 402-644 410-639 463-674 361-557 395-591 426-682 492-692 377-566 381-574 394-603 280-436 547-756 591-825 695-1005 586-819 488-752

PCT

.548 .706 .655 .705 .709 .673 .669 .705 .692 .682 .718 .652 .621 .639 .654 .669 .691 .685 .633 .700 .624 .642 .687 .648 .668 .625 .711 .666 .664 .653 .642 .724 .716 .692 .716 .649

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

916-53.8 1156-68.0 1375-52.9 1964-75.5 1290-53.8 1910-79.6 1625-47.8 2851-83.9 1581-46.5 3083-90.7 1551-43.0 2866-79.6 1274-41.0 2456-79.2 1176-37.9 2322-74.9 1195-39.8 2474-82.5 1222-38.2 2425-75.8 1206-38.9 2471-79.7 1084-37.4 2079-71.7 1166-37.6 2315-74.7 1049-38.8 1899-70.3 1189-38.3 2530-81.6 1351-43.6 2606-84.1 1334-40.4 3001-90.9 1105-39.5 2341-83.6 995-36.9 2075-76.9 1102-40.8 1817-67.3 1203-38.8 2356-76.0 1232-41.1 2221-74.0 1280-41.3 2333-75.3 1293-40.4 2290-71.6 1167-40.2 2154-74.3 1244-42.9 2049-20.7 1266-38.4 2167-65.7 1079-37.2 1835-63.3 1021-36.5 1760-62.9 1197-37.4 2161-67.5 1103-38.0 1968-67.9 1429-40.8 2877-82.2 1721-45.3 3179-83.7 1691-47.0 3107-86.3 1562-44.6 2894-82.7 1449-46.7 2371-76.5

• in the 1975 season, two wins against St. Mary’s JC (Raleigh) are reflected in the final statistics, but do not count in the final record of 11-4.

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North Carolina Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell enters her 25th season at the helm for North Carolina, and has guided the Tar Heels to 13 ACC Tournament finals in the past 17 seasons and a league-leading eight ACC titles ... In the past 19 seasons, North Carolina has received 17 bids to the NCAA Tournament, including 2010 when Hatchell led the Heels to their 22nd NCAA Tournament appearance ... Hatchell directed Carolina to its fourth consecutive 30-win season and a flawless 14-0 ACC showing in 2008, and guided the team to a 28-7 overall mark in 2009 ... North Carolina finished the 2010 campaign with a 19-12 overall record … The Tar Heels have recorded 20 or more wins 16 times over the past 18 seasons ... Hatchell guided Carolina to ACC Tournament titles in 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Hatchell, who was inducted into the North Carolina Hall of Fame in 2009, became just the fifth Division I women’s basketball coach to reach 700-career wins, a feat that came on Jan. 15, 2006 versus NC State, and reached her 800-career win on Jan. 11, 2009 versus NC State, a feat that only four head coaches in Division I history have accomplished ... In addition, Hatchell is the third-winningest active coach in the nation and has been named national coach of the year three times and has led teams to at least 20 wins 26 times, fifth-most nationally ... In 1994, Hatchell guided the Tar Heels to 33 wins and the NCAA Division I title, the first NCAA title won by an ACC school ... Hatchell was named USA Today’s National Coach of the Year in 1994 and ACC Coach of the Year in 1997 ... Hatchell was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on June 12, 2004 ... Prior to coming to Chapel Hill, she coached 11 seasons at Francis Marion, where she led the 1986 team to a 36-2 record and the NAIA national championship ... Her 1982 team won the AIAW national championship in the small college division ... Hatchell has accumulated six gold medals and one silver in international competition as either a head or an assistant coach for U.S. women’s teams ... Hatchell graduated cum laude from Carson-Newman, where she played basketball and volleyball ... She was named Carson-Newman Alumnus of the Year in 1994 and inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in 1999.

NORTH CAROLINA COACHING COUNTS

THE HATCHELL RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1975 Angela Lumpkin 15-3 - 1976 Angela Lumpkin 16-7 - 1977 Angela Lumpkin 8-16 - Totals Angela Lumpkin 39-26 -

ACC Tourn - - - -

Non- ACC 15-3 16-7 8-16 39-26

PostSeason WNIT 1-2 -

Head Coaching Experience: at Francis Marion:............................. 272-80 (11) at North Carolina:........................... 559-214 (24) Career:............................................ 831-294 (35)

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 Totals

Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley Jennifer Alley

16-13 18-14 21-15 17-14 17-12 22-8 24-8 21-11 23-9 179-104

6-4 4-5 5-5 5-4 10-3 10-3 9-5 11-3 10-4 70-36

1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 2-1 2-1 12-8

10-9 12-7 13-8 11-8 6-8 11-3 12-3 8-6 11-4 94-56

WNIT 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell Sylvia Hatchell

19-10 10-17 10-20 13-15 12-16 22-9 23-7 33-2 30-5 13-14 29-3 27-7 28-8 20-13 15-14 26-9 28-6 24-7 30-4 33-2 34-4 33-3 28-7 19-12 559-214

9-5 4-10 1-13 3-11 2-12 9-7 11-5 14-2 12-4 8-8 15-1 11-5 11-5 8-8 7-9 11-5 13-3 12-4 12-2 13-1 11-3 14-0 10-4 6-8 227-130

1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 0-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 3-0 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-1 1-1 40-16

9-4 6-6 9-6 10-3 10-3 12-1 11-1 16-0 14-1 5-5 11-2 13-2 15-2 10-4 7-4 13-3 13-2 10-2 15-2 17-1 20-1 16-3 17-2 13-3 292-63

NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 6-0 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1

Career Coaching Records: 1976 - Francis Marion.................................. 23-9 1977 - Francis Marion................................ 21-11 1978 - Francis Marion................................ 22-11 1979 - Francis Marion................................ 19-11 1980 - Francis Marion.................................. 20-8 1981 - Francis Marion.................................. 27-5 1982 - Francis Marion.................................. 27-7 1983 - Francis Marion.................................. 23-7 1984 - Francis Marion.................................. 28-5 1985 - Francis Marion.................................. 26-4 1986 - Francis Marion.................................. 36-2 1987 - North Carolina................................ 19-10 1988 - North Carolina................................ 10-17 1989 - North Carolina................................ 10-20 1990 - North Carolina................................ 13-15 1991 - North Carolina................................ 12-16 1992 - North Carolina.................................. 22-9 1993 - North Carolina.................................. 23-7 1994 - North Carolina.................................. 33-2 1995 - North Carolina.................................. 30-5 1996 - North Carolina................................ 13-14 1997 - North Carolina.................................. 29-3 1998 - North Carolina.................................. 27-7 1999 - North Carolina.................................. 28-8 2000 - North Carolina................................ 20-13 2001 - North Carolina................................ 15-14 2002 - North Carolina.................................. 26-9 2003 - North Carolina.................................. 28-6 2004 - North Carolina.................................. 24-7 2005 - North Carolina.................................. 30-4 2006 - North Carolina.................................. 33-2 2007 - North Carolina.................................. 34-4 2008 - North Carolina.................................. 33-3 2009 - North Carolina.................................. 28-7 2010 - North Carolina................................ 19-12

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Education: Carson-Newman..........................................1974 Tennessee (Masters).....................................1975

North Carolina Totals: Overall Record:............................ 777-344 (.693) ACC Record:................................. 297-171 (.635) ACC Tournament Record:................151-24 (.863) Postseason Record:.......................... 42-24 (.636) NCAA Record:.................................. 39-21 (.650) WNIT Record:....................................... 3-3 (.556)

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North Carolina INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 42................................................. Tracy Reid vs. Virginia, 1-15-98 Field Goals Made:...................... 19................. Tresa Brown (19-24) vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1-9-84 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 8.................................................Italee Lucas vs. Virginia, 2-15-10 Free Throws Made:..................... 16......................... Tonya Sampson (16-19) vs. Maryland, 1-23-93 .................................................................................... Tonya Sampson (16-21) vs. Virginia, 2-3-93 Rebounds:.................................. 26.............................. Dawn Royster vs. Delaware State, 11-20-84 Assists:....................................... 16....................... Coretta Brown vs. North Carolina A&T, 11-21-01 Steals:........................................ 10............................................... Pam Leake vs. Clemson, 1-24-85 Blocked Shots:........................... 9.............................................LaToya Pringle vs. Wofford, 12-6-06 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 695...................................................Pam Leake (31 games), 1986 Scoring Average:....................... 22.4..................................................Pam Leake (31 games), 1986 Field Goal Percentage:............... 62.3.............................................Kathy Crawford (238-398), 1983 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 45.1................................................ Heather Claytor (41-91), 2006 Free Throw Percentage:............. 86.3.................................................Nikki Teasley (132-153), 2002 Rebounds:.................................. 386...........................................Bernie McGlade (36 games), 1980 Assists:....................................... 211............................................... Nikki Teasley (36 games), 1999 Steals:........................................ 127...........................................Linda Matthews (30 games), 1979 Blocked Shots:........................... 121.............................................LaToya Pringle (38 games), 2007 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 121.......................................................Mercer (121-61), 11-29-85 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 31....................................................Georgia Tech (78-31), 1-18-07 ............................................................................................................... Davidson (80-31), 2-15-75 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 77..................................................... NC Central (109-32), 11/9/07 Field Goals Made:...................... 53...........................................................Mercer (53-82), 11-29-85 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 14........................................................Gonzaga (14-26), 11-25-06 ..................................................................................................................... Navy (14-24), 12-6-91 Free Throws Made:..................... 37............................................ Georgia Southern (37-48), 3-16-94 Rebounds:.................................. 73......................................................................... Clemson, 2-5-76 Assists:....................................... 37............................................................................ Duke, 2-21-97 Steals:........................................ 34...........................................................Coastal Carolina, 12-8-93 Blocked Shots:........................... 14..................................................Winston-Salem State, 11-12-07 .............................................................................................................................. Winthrop, 2-1-94 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 3,107.....................................................................36 games, 2008 Scoring Average:....................... 86.3.................................................36 games, 3,107 points, 2008 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 22.6.......................................................................82.6-60.0, 1995 Field Goal Percentage:............... 50.6.....................................................................1071-2118, 1983 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 36.4.........................................................................248-682, 2006 Free Throw Percentage:............. 72.4.........................................................................547-756, 2006 Rebounds:.................................. 1,721.....................................................................38 games, 2007 Assists:....................................... 676........................................................................38 games, 2007 Steals:........................................ 544........................................................................38 games, 2007 Blocked Shots:........................... 253........................................................................38 games, 2007

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CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Ivory Latta (03-07)......................138........2285........16.6 Tracy Reid (95-98)......................121........2200........18.2 Tonya Sampson (91-94)..............123........2143........17.4 Charlotte Smith (92-95)..............129........2094........16.2 Pam Leake (83-86).....................124........2001........16.1 Tresa Brown (81-84)...................121........1931........16.0 Erlana Larkins (04-08)................141........1927........13.7 Nikki Teasley (98-02)..................125........1822........14.6 Kathy Crawford (80-83)..............124........1806........14.6 Chanel Wright (96-99)................128........1805........14.1 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Tracy Reid (95-98)......................121........2200........18.2 Tonya Sampson (91-94)..............123........2143........17.4 Marion Jones (94-97)..................102........1716........16.8 Ivory Latta (03-07)......................138........2285........16.6 Charlotte Smith (92-95)..............129........2094........16.2 Dawn Royster (84-87).................110........1778........16.2 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Bernadette McGlade (77-80)......121........1251........10.3 Charlotte Smith (92-95)..............129........1200..........9.3 Erlana Larkins (04-08)................141........1173..........8.3 Dawn Royster (84-87).................110........1108........10.1 Tracy Reid (95-98)......................121........1065..........8.8 Henrietta Walls (80-83)..............123........1024..........8.3 La’Tangela Atkinson (03-06).......134........1012..........7.5 LaQuanda Barksdale (98-01).....130..........977..........7.5 Tonya Sampson (91-94)..............123..........924..........7.5 Tresa Brown (81-84)...................121..........901..........7.5 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Bernadette McGlade (77-80)......121........1251........10.3 Dawn Royster (84-87).................110........1108........10.1 Charlotte Smith (92-95)..............129........1200..........9.3 Tracy Reid (95-98)......................121........1065..........8.8 Henrietta Walls (80-83)..............123........1024..........8.3 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Pam Leake (83-86).....................124..........401..........3.2 Tonya Sampson (91-94)..............123..........390..........3.2 Marion Jones (94-95, 97)............102..........334..........3.3 Nikita Bell (02-05)......................133..........322..........2.4 Erlana Larkins (04-08)................141..........295..........2.1 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Nikki Teasley (98-02)..................125..........728..........5.8 Ivory Latta (03-07)......................138..........599..........4.3 Pam Leake (83-86).....................124..........545..........4.4 Coretta Brown (00-03)................131..........517..........3.9 Pam Hammond (82-85)..............122..........513..........4.2 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg LaToya Pringle (04-08)................138..........336..........2.4 Dawn Royster (84-87).................110..........329..........3.0 Jessica Breland (06-**)......... 108......... 231.........2.1 Candace Sutton (01-04)..............126..........208..........1.7 Gwendolyn Gillingham (92-95)..114..........126..........1.1 Sylvia Crawley (91-94)...............124..........123..........1.0

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NC State Marissa Kastanek

THE 2010-11 WOLFPACK

Guard, Sophomore

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

00 Amber White

G

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

3L R-Sr.

Coatesville, Pa. (Coatesville)

HS

Fr.

Lorton, Va. (Edison)

03 Kim Durham

2L

Jr.

Apex, N.C. (Apex)

G

5-5

04 Tia Bell

F

6-3

3L

Sr.

Washington, D.C. (H.D. Woodson)

05 Breezy Williams

F

5-11

HS

Fr.

Durham, N.C. (Northern Durham)

10 Devin Griffin

G 5-10

HS

Fr.

Lubbock, Texas (Coronado)

20 Lakeesa Daniel 21 Brittany Strachan

Forward, Junior

Exp.

01 Myisha Goodwin-Coleman G 5-6

11 Emili Tasler

Bonae Holston

Ht. 5-6

G

5-8

2L

R-Jr.

Apex, N.C. (Apex)

F/C

6-4

HS R-Fr.

Roanoke Rapids, N.C. (Oak Hill [Va.])

F

6-3

2L

Sr.

Kernersville, N.C. (Carver)

22 Bonae Holston

F 5-11

2L

Jr.

Newport News, Va. (Heritage)

23 Marissa Kastanek

G

5-9

1L

So.

Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southeast)

25 Kelsie Lliteras

F

6-4

1L

So.

Chadron, Neb. (Chadron)

44 Kody Burke

F

6-2

HS

Fr.

Riverside, Calif. (Notre Dame)

52 Hanna Halteman

C

6-4

2L

R-Jr.

Pottstown, Pa. (Owen J. Roberts)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:.......................Kellie Harper Career Record:................. 117-79 (6 yrs) Record at NC State:.............. 20-14 (1 yr) Alma Mater:......................Tennessee,’99 Assistant Coaches:................ Jon Harper ............................ Stephanie McCormick .......................................Richard Barron Dir. of WBK Operations:.L’Tona Lamonte 2009-10 Record:............................20-14 2009-10 ACC Record:.............. 7-7 (t5th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:...................... 9/4 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 3/2 NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 21/2010

Location:..............................Raleigh, NC Founded:........................................ 1887 Enrollment:................................. 33,815 Nickname:...............................Wolfpack Colors:.............................Red and White Arena:..........Reynolds Coliseum (8,560) Chancellor:............. Dr. Randy Woodson Athletic Director:.......... Deborah A. Yow FAR:................................Dr. Sam Pardue SWA:................................... Michelle Lee SID Contact:......................Mark Kimmel Email:............ mark_kimmel@ncsu.edu Phone:............................. 919.515.1183 Press Row:....................... 919.513.1220 Website:..................... www.GoPack.com

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date Opponent.................... Record Against...TV.......Time N12 College of Charleston................. 2-0........................ Noon (Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational) N13 Creighton/Liberty....................0-0/1-0....................... TBA (Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational) N17 at Alabama................................ 1-2....................... 7:00p N20 at Richmond.............................. 1-0....................... 2:00p N23 Old Dominion........................... 19-14..................... 7:00p N26 at Nevada.................................. 0-0....................... 4:00p (Nevada Tournament) N27 vs. Minnesota/San Diego St....3-0/0-0............... 8/10:00p (Nevada Tournament) D1 at Illinois.................................... 1-0....................... 8:30p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) D5 Southern California.................... 1-0....................... 2:00p D12 at South Carolina..................... 18-10......FSN-CR... 2:00p D16 Presbyterian............................... 0-0....................... 4:00p D20 vs. Florida A&M......................... 1-0....................... 8:00p (Long Beach State Tournament) D21 at Long Beach State................... 1-2....................... 8:00p (Long Beach State Tournament) D28 Fairfield...................................... 2-0....................... 4:00p J6 Clemson................................... 48-29..................... 7:00p J10 Wake Forest............................... 59-9......... RSN...... 7:00p J14 at North Carolina..................... 50-40..................... 7:00p J20 at Boston College....................... 6-5....................... 7:00p J23 Duke........................................ 39-28.....FOX NAT.. 5:00p J27 at Miami.................................... 9-1....................... 7:00p J30 Florida State............................ 24-10........ RSN...... 1:00p F6 at Maryland............................. 41-33........ RSN....... Noon F10 Virginia.................................... 31-35..................... 7:00p F13 at Georgia Tech........................ 40-18....... ESPN..... 5:00p F17 at Virginia Tech......................... 10-0...................... 7:00p F21 North Carolina......................... 50-40........ RSN...... 7:00p F24 Boston College........................... 6-5....................... 7:00p F27 at Wake Forest........................... 59-9...................... 2:00p M3-6 ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

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NC State 2009-10 STATISTICS (20-14, 7-7 ACC) 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 22 Bonae Holston........... 34..... 33......... 921......27.1...... 169.... 355.......476......... 1........ 8.......125.... 72...... 98......735.... 94....119.....213....6.3......95..... 2..... 25.....57....12...... 33....... 411.......12.1 ....................................... 14..... 13......... 380......27.1........ 70.... 158.......443......... 1........ 6.......167.... 23...... 33......697.... 34......42.......76....5.4......39..... 1....... 9.....23......3...... 11....... 164.......11.7 02 Nikitta Gartrell........... 34..... 34......... 974......28.6...... 119.... 381.......312....... 24...... 68.......353.. 131.... 165......794.... 50....126.....176....5.2......72..... 0..... 66.....85......4...... 42....... 393.......11.6 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 398......28.4........ 43.... 173.......249....... 10...... 30.......333.... 62...... 74......838.... 27......54.......81....5.8......32..... 0..... 30.....37......2...... 16....... 158.......11.3 23 Marissa Kastanek...... 34..... 33......... 923......27.1...... 127.... 323.......393....... 65.... 182.......357.... 50...... 64......781.... 44......78.....122....3.6......74..... 1..... 48...109......1...... 47....... 369.......10.9 ....................................... 14..... 13......... 397......28.4........ 54.... 138.......391....... 30...... 79.......380.... 19...... 23......826.... 14......33.......47....3.4......28..... 0..... 20.....44......0...... 23....... 157.......11.2 00 Amber White.............. 34..... 34......... 861......25.3........ 87.... 218.......399......... 7...... 34.......206.... 82.... 115......713.... 23......90.....113....3.3......78..... 1... 103...124......5...... 67....... 263.........7.7 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 370......26.4........ 37...... 84.......440......... 1...... 10.......100.... 35...... 48......729.... 10......41.......51....3.6......35..... 0..... 47.....62......2...... 28....... 110.........7.9 04 Tia Bell....................... 21....... 0......... 480......22.9........ 58.... 138.......420......... 3........ 8.......375.... 32...... 48......667.... 48......65.....113....5.4......43..... 0..... 10.....42....26...... 24....... 151.........7.2 ......................................... 6....... 0......... 129......21.5........ 13...... 37.......351......... 0........ 1.......000...... 8...... 12......667.... 12......14.......26....4.3......13..... 0....... 3.....10......1........ 7......... 34.........5.7 21 Brittany Strachan....... 34....... 1......... 676......19.9........ 89.... 202.......441....... 39...... 93.......419.... 17...... 23......739.... 51......62.....113....3.3......40..... 0..... 29.....35....17...... 20....... 234.........6.9 ......................................... 4....... 1......... 270......19.3........ 36...... 70.......514....... 18...... 37.......486...... 3........ 5......600.... 18......18.......36....2.6......14..... 0..... 12.....11......8...... 11......... 93.........6.6 24 Lucy Ellison................ 34..... 33......... 912......26.8........ 48.... 158.......304......... 1...... 11.......091.... 58...... 83......699.... 77....115.....192....5.6......91..... 0..... 30.....70......7...... 55....... 155.........4.6 ......................................... 4..... 13......... 391......27.9........ 16...... 69.......232......... 0........ 5.......000.... 21...... 27......778.... 33......44.......77....5.5......36..... 0..... 15.....31......2...... 30......... 53.........3.8 31 Sharnise Beal............. 29....... 1......... 390......13.4........ 31...... 89.......348......... 1........ 6.......167.... 34...... 40......850.... 15......45.......60....2.1......56..... 0..... 24.....34......8...... 17......... 97.........3.3 ......................................... 4....... 1......... 219......15.6........ 18...... 45.......400......... 0........ 2.......000.... 23...... 28......821.... 10......25.......35....2.5......30..... 0..... 13.....14......3........ 9......... 59.........4.2 11 Emili Tasler................ 34....... 0......... 541......15.9........ 33.... 115.......287....... 23...... 81.......284.... 11...... 18......611.... 10......49.......59....1.7......44..... 0..... 42.....60......2...... 31....... 100.........2.9 ......................................... 4....... 0......... 210......15.0........ 13...... 44.......295....... 10...... 32.......313...... 3........ 5......600...... 3......17.......20....1.4......20..... 0..... 15.....25......2...... 14......... 39.........2.8 15 Inga Muciniece.......... 13....... 1........... 70........5.4.......... 4...... 15.......267......... 0........ 0.......000...... 2........ 5......400...... 7........7.......14....1.1........5..... 0....... 3.......2......3........ 1......... 10.........0.8 ......................................... 3....... 1........... 21........7.0.......... 1........ 3.......333......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 2......000...... 2........1.........3....1.0........2..... 0....... 0.......1......2........ 1........... 2.........0.7 03 Kim Durham.............. 13....... 0........... 43........3.3.......... 2........ 6.......333......... 0........ 1.......000...... 5........ 6......833...... 0........4.........4....0.3........5..... 0....... 6.......4......0........ 2........... 9.........0.7 ......................................... 5....... 0........... 13........2.6.......... 0........ 2.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 3........ 4......750...... 0........1.........1....0.2........2..... 0....... 1.......2......0........ 1........... 3.........0.6 25 Kelsie Lliteras.............. 3....... 0............. 4........1.3.......... 1........ 2.......500......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 2.........0.7 ......................................... 1....... 0............. 2........2.0.......... 0........ 1.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 52 Hanna Halteman......... 2....... 0............. 5........2.5.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........1.........1....0.5........2..... 0....... 1.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 68......65.....133....3.9........0.....................18............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 34......21.......55....3.9........0.......................9............................................ NC State.......................... 34........................................... 768.. 2002.......384..... 164.... 492.......333.. 494.... 665......743.. 487....826...1313..38.6....605..... 4... 387...640....85.... 339..... 2194.......64.5 ....................................... 14........................................... 301.... 824.......365....... 70.... 202.......347.. 200.... 261......766.. 197....311.....508..36.3....251..... 1... 165...269....25.... 151....... 872.......62.3 Opponents...................... 34........................................... 774.. 1963.......394..... 149.... 492.......303.. 439.... 616......713.. 456....837...1293..38.0....615...... -... 374...678..152.... 328..... 2136.......62.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 330.... 806.......409....... 55.... 190.......289.. 187.... 257......728.. 198....363.....561..40.1....240..... 3... 164...298....72.... 141....... 902.......64.4

2009-10 RESULTS

Date

Opponent

ST Opp AP USA AP USA

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS

Score

(NCSU Tournament) N13......... Florida International............................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 87-71 N14......... Vermont................................................. -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 47-52

N17......... Florida Atlantic..................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 84-70 N20......... Davidson .............................................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 79-54 N23......... at Old Dominion.................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 62-52 (Vanderbilt Tournament) N27......... vs. Northwestern State.......................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 76-67 N28......... at Vanderbilt......................................... -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 71-77 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3........... Wisconsin ............................................. -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 48-53 D6........... TCU . ..................................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 76-62 D13......... at South Carolina................................... -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 71-74 D19......... Winthrop............................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 66-53 D22......... at Georgetown....................................... -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 66-67 D28......... Seton Hall............................................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 68-57 D30......... at Southern Cal...................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 59-53 J4............ Columbia . ............................................ -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 60-58 J7............ Maryland ............................................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 73-45 J10.......... at Boston College.................................. -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 66-83 J17.......... at Florida State...................................... -........ -....... 16....16........... L, 71-74 J22.......... Wake Forest .......................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 51-49 J25.......... North Carolina . .................................... -........ -....... 12....15........... L, 69-81 J27.......... at Virginia............................................. -........ -....... 21....20........... L, 60-73 J31.......... at Clemson............................................ -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 56-69 F7............ Virginia Tech ........................................ -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 70-57 F11.......... at Duke.................................................. -........ -........ 8......7............ L, 39-70 F14.......... Miami . ................................................. -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 66-64 F19.......... Boston College ..................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 73-62 F21.......... at North Carolina................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 74-63 F25.......... at Wake Forest....................................... -........ -.........-...... -............. L, 50-66 F28.......... Georgia Tech . ....................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 54-46 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4.......... vs. #11 Clemson................................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 59-54 M5.......... vs. #3 Virginia...................................... -........ -....... 24....19.......... W, 66-59 M6.......... vs. #7 Boston College........................... -........ -.........-...... -............ W, 63-57 M7.......... vs. #1 Duke.......................................... -........ -........ 9......8............ L, 60-70 (NCAA Tournament) M21........ vs. #8 UCLA.......................................... -........ -....... 22....22........... L, 54-74

ACC Women’s Basketball

YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

15 17 26 24 34 34 36 31 31 30 32 31 29 31 27 31 31 33 28 27 27 31 30 31 32 29 29 33 29 28 32 29 31 35 34 30 34

249-789 496-1350 796-1709 798-1748 1175-2362 1290-2436 1173-2381 998-2099 951-1984 1020-2010 980-2004 1004-1983 830-1626 939-1898 742-1622 1031-2006 1058-2118 1207-2354 929-1899 808-1771 657-1584 880-1857 845-1880 862-1841 925-1974 829-1780 751-1728 793-1873 671-1582 642-1609 808-1885 765-1817 819-1892 895-2131 852-2070 685-1829 768-2002

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

.316 .367 .466 .457 .497 .530 .492 .475 .479 .507 .489 .505 .510 .495 .457 .514 .499 .512 .489 .456 .415 108-325 .332 .474 194-482 .402 .449 121-316 .383 .468 146-420 .348 .469 79-252 .313 .466 101-337 .300 .435 121-418 .289 .423 89-326 .273 .424 116-374 .310 .399 95-342 .278 .429 151-466 .324 .421 158-468 .338 .433 150-485 .309 .420 131-414 .316 .412 146-457 .319 .375 107-393 .272 .384 164-492 .333

FT-FTA

121-265 164-299 372-527 314-479 501-711 503-709 520-772 460-687 420-596 434-627 465-682 471-565 419-643 437-704 363-568 400-611 396-592 496-718 387-565 340-537 395-564 402-644 410-639 463-674 361-557 395-591 462-682 492-692 377-566 381-574 394-603 280-436 344-553 423-607 411-607 335-474 494-665

PCT

.435 .548 .706 .655 .705 .709 .673 .669 .705 .692 .682 .718 .652 .621 .639 .654 .669 .691 .685 .633 .700 .624 .642 .687 .648 .668 .625 .711 .666 .664 .653 .642 .622 .697 .677 .707 .743

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

653-43.5 619-41.3 916-53.8 1156-68.0 1375-52.9 1964-75.5 1290-53.8 1910-79.6 1625-47.8 2851-83.9 1581-46.5 3083-90.7 1551-43.0 2866-79.6 1274-41.0 2456-79.2 1176-37.9 2322-74.9 1195-39.8 2474-82.5 1222-38.2 2428-75.9 1206-38.9 2471-79.7 1084-37.4 2079-71.7 1166-37.6 2315-74.7 1049-38.8 1899-70.3 1189-38.3 2530-81.6 1351-43.6 2606-84.1 1334-40.4 3001-91.0 1105-39.5 2341-83.6 995-36.9 2075-76.9 1102-40.8 1817-67.3 1203-38.8 2356-76.0 1235-41.2 2221-74.0 1281-41.3 2333-75.3 1293-40.4 2290-71.6 1168-40.3 2154-74.3 1237-42.7 2049-70.7 1266-38.4 2167-65.7 1079-37.2 1835-63.3 1021-36.5 1760-62.9 1197-37.4 2161-67.5 1103-38.0 1968-67.9 1223-39.5 2132-68.8 1417-40.5 2344-67.0 1382-40.6 2261-66.5 1197-39.9 1812-60.4 1313-38.6 2194-64.5

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NC State Kellie Harper Kellie Harper returns for her second season at NC State…in 2010, Harper led the Wolfpack to a 20-14 overall mark ... Under her guidance, NC State reached the ACC Tournament championship game and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament…Harper, who served as the head coach at Western Carolina University from 2005-2009, was named the third head women’s basketball coach in the 35-year history of NC State Wolfpack women’s basketball on April 16, 2009 ... Harper played a key role in eight conference tournament championships, six regular season conference titles and three national titles during her 14 years in college basketball as a player, assistant coach and head coach ... Under Harper’s direction, Western Carolina compiled a 97-65 record, competed in three consecutive Southern Conference Tournament finals and won its second tourney title in 2008-09 ... The Catamounts had never won the league tourney before Harper’s tenure ... With Harper’s help, the team also eclipsed 20 wins for the third-straight season and made postseason play four times in her five years as head coach: twice in the NCAA and twice in the WNIT ... She coached seven players to 11 all-conference selections and two SoCon Tournament Most Outstanding Players at WCU ... Prior to her tenure at Western Carolina, Harper spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Chattanooga, where she helped lead the Mocs to three consecutive SoCon championships ... She worked primarily with the perimeter players, including the 2004 league player of the year and three other all-conference players ... Prior to her stint in Chattanooga, Harper spent two seasons on the Auburn staff, moving from administrative assistant in 1999-2000 to assistant coach the next season ... Harper, whose maiden name is Kellie Jolly, played on three national championship squads at Tennessee under Hall-of-Fame coach Pat Summitt, earning 1999 Honorable Mention All-America honors ... For her career, Harper tallied 894 points and 450 assists, ranking among Tennessee’s top-10 career leaders in assists, assists-per-game, three-point field goals, three-point attempts and three-point field goal percentage at the time of her graduation ... She was drafted in the fourth round of the 1999 WNBA draft by the Cleveland Rockers and also earned her degree in mathematics that year ... She was a three-time Academic All-SEC honoree as well.

THE HARPER RECORD

NC STATE COACHING COUNTS Year Coach Overall ACC 1975 “Peanut” Doak 11-4 - Totals “Peanut” Doak 11-4 -

ACC Tourn - -

Non- ACC 11-4 11-4

PostSeason -

Head Coaching Experience: at Western Carolina:.............................. 97-65 (5) at NC State:........................................... 20-14 (1) Career:................................................ 117-79 (6) Education: Tennessee.....................................................1999

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Totals

Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow Kay Yow (15 gms) Kay Yow

19-7 21-3 29-5 27-7 28-8 21-10 24-7 22-8 23-9 25-6 18-11 24-7 10-17 24-7 25-6 27-6 16-12 14-13 13-14 21-10 20-10 19-12 25-7 17-12 20-9 22-11 14-15 11-17 17-15 21-8 19-12 25-10 21-13 8-7 680-325

- - - - 9-0 1-1 7-2 2-1 9-0 3-0 7-2 2-1 11-2 1-1 12-1 2-1 9-5 2-1 13-1 3-0 9-5 0-1 11-3 3-0 3-11 0-1 12-2 2-1 12-2 2-1 9-5 3-0 7-9 0-1 8-8 0-1 6-10 0-1 11-5 1-1 10-6 1-1 9-7 0-1 12-4 0-1 9-7 0-1 11-5 0-1 9-7 2-1 7-9 1-1 6-10 0-1 8-8 1-1 10-4 0-1 7-7 2-1 10-4 2-1 6-8 0-1 - - 277-156 36-27

19-7 21-3 20-5 17-4 16-8 10-7 12-4 8-6 11-3 8-5 9-5 10-4 7-5 10-4 11-3 15-1 9-2 6-4 7-3 9-4 9-3 11-4 13-2 8-4 9-3 11-3 6-5 5-6 8-6 11-3 10-4 13-5 15-4 8-6 371-145

WNIT 1-2 AIAW 1-1 AIAW 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 WNIT 3-1 -

2009 Totals

Stephanie Glance Stephanie Glance

5-10 15-16

5-9 7-12

0-1 0-1

0-1 0-1

-

2010 Totals

Kellie Harper Kellie Harper

20-14 20-14

7-7 7-7

3-1 3-1

10-6 10-6

NCAA 0-1

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Career Coaching Records: 2005 - Western Carolina ........................... 18-14 2006 - Western Carolina ............................ 9-20 2007 - Western Carolina ........................... 24-10 2008 - Western Carolina ............................ 25-9 2009 - Western Carolina ........................... 21-12 2010 - NC State.......................................... 20-14 NC State Totals: Overall Record:............................ 726-359 (.669) ACC Record:................................. 291-175 (.624) ACC Tournament Record:.................. 39-29 (.574) Postseason Record:.......................... 24-24 (.500) NCAA Record:.................................. 19-21 (.475) WNIT Record:....................................... 4-3 (.571) AIAW National Record:...................... 10-9 (.526)

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NC State INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 50.................................... Andrea Stinson vs. Providence, 12-3-89 Field Goals Made:...................... 21........................Andrea Stinson (21-27) vs. Providence, 12-3-89 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 9...........................Jennifer Howard (9-15) vs. Syracuse, 12-29-95 ...............................................................................Jennifer Howard (9-16) vs. Syracuse, 11-28-96 Free Throws Made:..................... 17.................................... Linda Page vs. UNC Charlotte, 11-24-84 Rebounds:.................................. 27........................................ Susan Yow vs. East Carolina, 1-17-76 Assists:....................................... 13............................... Krissy Kuziemski vs. Wake Forest, 1-15-92 Steals:........................................ 10..................................... Danyel Parker vs. Holy Cross, 12-31-90 ......................................................................................Umeki Webb vs. Delaware State, 12-21-96 Blocked Shots:........................... 8........................................................Tia Bell vs. Virginia, 2-15-09 .......................................................................................Genia Beasley vs. North Carolina, 1-29-79 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 752............................................ Andrea Stinson (33 games), 1991 Scoring Average:....................... 23.6........................................... Andrea Stinson (31 games), 1989 Field Goal Percentage:............... 64.4...............................................Rhonda Mapp (174-270), 1989 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 47.1............................................ Jennifer Howard (82-174), 1995 Free Throw Percentage:............. 92.9........................................... Jennifer Howard (118-127), 1994 Rebounds:.................................. 398..................................Khadijah Whittington (34 games), 2008 Assists:....................................... 209................................................ Robyn Mayo (31 games), 1985 Steals:........................................ 111................................................ Robyn Mayo (31 games), 1985 Blocked Shots:........................... 73................................................Genia Beasley (34 games), 1979 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 137......................................... Western Carolina (137-65), 12-8-90 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 21........................................................ Methodist (72-21), 1-25-75 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 82..............................................................Duke (125-43), 1-19-78 Field Goals Made:...................... 58................................................UNC Greensboro (58-95), 2-5-79 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 15.....................................................Iowa State (15-35), 11-25-05 Free Throws Made:..................... 34.......................................................High Point (34-47), 1-16-78 Rebounds:.................................. 74....................................................... Appalachian State, 12-8-76 Assists:....................................... 43..........................................................Western Carolina, 12-8-84 Steals:........................................ 29.......................................................... Delaware State, 12-21-96 Blocked Shots:........................... 14.................................................................. Virginia Tech, 1-2-06 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 3,083.....................................................................34 games, 1979 Scoring Average:....................... 91.0.................................................33 games, 3,000 points, 1991 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 25.6.......................................................................90.7-65.1, 1979 Field Goal Percentage:............... 53.0.....................................................................1290-2436, 1979 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 40.7...........................................................................86-211, 1990 Free Throw Percentage:............. 74.3.........................................................................494-665, 2010 Rebounds:.................................. 1,625.....................................................................34 games, 1978 Assists:....................................... 730........................................................................33 games, 1991 Steals:........................................ 594........................................................................31 games, 1985 Blocked Shots:........................... 172........................................................................34 games, 2008

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CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Genia Beasley (77-80)................128........2367........18.5 Linda Page (82-85).....................123........2307........18.8 Andrea Stinson (89-91).................94........2136........22.7 Chasity Melvin (95-98)...............124........2042........16.5 Trudi Lacey (78-81).....................130........1957........15.1 Trena Trice (84-87)......................117........1767........15.1 Tammy Gibson (91-95)...............124........1686........13.6 Tynesha Lewis (98-01)................123........1621........13.2 Sharon Manning (88-91)............122........1569........12.9 Rhonda Mapp (89-92)..................88........1553........17.6 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Andrea Stinson (89-91).................94........2136........22.7 Susan Yow (75-76)........................26..........505........19.4 Linda Page (82-85).....................123........2307........18.8 Genia Beasley (77-80)................128........2367........18.5 Rhonda Mapp (89, 91-92)............88........1553........17.6 Chasity Melvin (95-98)...............124........2042........16.5 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Genia Beasley (77-80)................128........1245..........9.7 Khadijah Whittington (04-08)......129........ 1164.......... 9.0 Trudi Lacey (78-81).....................130........1051..........8.1 Chasity Melvin (95-98)...............124........1020..........8.2 Trena Trice (84-87)......................117..........984..........8.4 Sharon Manning (88-91)............122..........912..........7.5 Kaayla Chones (99-04)...............118..........894..........7.6 Rhonda Mapp (89-92)..................88..........810..........9.2 Umeki Webb (94-97)...................119..........735..........6.2 Angela Daye (84-87)..................123..........671..........5.5 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Susan Yow (75-76)........................26..........309........11.9 Genia Beasley (77-80)................128........1245..........9.7 Rhonda Mapp (89-92)..................88..........810..........9.2 Khadijah Whittington (04-08)......129........ 1164.......... 9.0 Trena Trice (84-87).......................117...........984.......... 8.4 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Robyn Mayo (82-85)...................118..........324..........2.7 Angie Armstrong (80-83)............128..........297..........2.3 Andrea Stinson (89-91).................94..........286..........3.0 Umeki Webb (94-97)...................119..........262..........2.2 Khadijah Whittington (04-08).....129..........238..........1.8 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Angie Armstrong (80-83)............128..........608..........4.8 Robyn Mayo (82-85)...................118..........547..........4.6 Debbie Bertrand (86-89)............118..........528..........4.5 Danyel Parker (90-93)................116..........467..........4.0 Umeki Webb (94-97)...................119..........445..........3.7 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Genia Beasley (77-80)................128..........203..........1.6 Trena Trice (84-87)......................117..........184..........1.6 June Doby (77-80)......................124..........173..........1.4 Chasity Melvin (95-98)...............124..........154..........1.2 Khadijah Whittington (04-08).....129..........153..........1.2

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Virginia Chelsea Shine

THE 2010-11 CAVALIERS

Forward, Junior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

Guard, Junior

Exp. Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

01 China Crosby

G

5-6

1L

So.

New York, N.Y. (Manhattan Center)

02 Whitny Edwards

G

5-11

2L

Jr.

Charlotte, N.C. (Providence Day School)

03 Paulisha Kellum

G

5-8

3L R-Sr.

Upper Marlboro, Md. (Bishop McNamara)

04 Simone Egwu

C

6-3

1L

So.

Odenton, Md. (Arundel)

F/C

6-4

HS R-So.

Winston-Salem, N.C. (Bishop McGuiness)

05 Erinn Thompson

Ariana Moorer

Ht.

10 Kelsey Wolfe

G

5-10

HS

14 Lexie Gerson

G

5-11

1L

Fr.

Germantown, Md. (Seneca Valley)

15 Ariana Moorer

G

5-7

2L

Jr.

21 Jazmin Pitts

F

6-1

HS

Fr.

Mosely, Va. (Cosby)

23 Ataira Franklin

G

5-11

HS

Fr.

Bowie, Md. (Riverdale Baptist)

30 Telia McCall

F

6-1

1L

So.

Marietta, Ga. (Marietta)

32 Jayna Hartig

F

6-1

3L R-Sr.

Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Thunder Ridge)

So. Fort Washington, Pa. (The Peddie School) Woodbridge, Va. (C.D. Hylton)

34 Britny Edwards

F

6-1

2L

Jr.

Charlotte, N.C. (Providence Day School)

50 Chelsea Shine

F

6-2

2L

Jr.

Wayne, Pa. (Conestoga)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:........................Debbie Ryan Career Record:............. 720-308 (33 yrs) Record at Virginia:....... 720-308 (33 yrs) Alma Mater:.........................Ursinus, ‘75 Associate Head Coach:........... Tim Taylor Assistant Coaches:.......... Angel Elderkin ........................................ Wendy Palmer Dir. of WBK Ops:....................Greg Lyons 2009-10 Record:............................21-10 2009-10 ACC Record:................9-5 (3rd) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:.................... 10/1 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 4/1 NCAA Appearances/Last:............ 24/2010

Location:.................. Charlottesville, Va. Founded:........................................ 1819 Enrollment:................................. 20,895 Nickname:......Cavaliers, Wahoos, ‘Hoos Colors:......................... Blue and Orange Arena:..John Paul Jones Arena (14,593) President:..................Teresa A. Sullivan Athletic Director:..........Craig Littlepage FAR:................Prof. Carolyn M. Callahan SWA:..................................... Jane Miller SID Contact:.....................Amy Mulligan Email:............ amulligan@virginia.edu Phone:............................. 434.982.5534 Press Row:....................... 434.296.5910 Website:.......... www.virginiasports.com

2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N12 N14 N18 N21 N25 N26 N27

D2

D4 D6 D18 D20 D28 D29

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J3 J6 J9 J13 J16 J21 J23 J28 J30 F3 F7 F10 F13 F20 F24 F27 M3-6

Opponent................... Record Against...TV...... Time at Hofstra................................. 0-0........................7:00p Mount St. Mary’s...................... 6-0........................2:00p at Tennessee............................ 2-12....... FSN-SO....7:00p Longwood................................ 8-4........................2:00p vs. Iowa State........................... 0-0........................4:15p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) vs. West Virginia....................... 5-0........................2:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) vs. TCU..................................... 0-0........................2:00p (Paradise Jam, Virgin Islands) at Ohio State ........................... 1-5....... BTN.com...7:00p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) Drexel....................................... 0-0........................7:00p Radford.................................... 5-7........................7:00p UMBC....................................... 1-0........................7:00p at James Madison................... 13-5..........................TBA North Carolina A&T.................. 1-0........................7:00p (Cavalier Classic) Holy Cross/East Tenn. St........2-0/2-0..................4:30/7p (Cavalier Classic) Richmond................................ 11-3.......................7:00p Miami....................................... 7-1........................7:00p at Florida State....................... 30-11.......FSN-FL....3:00p at Georgia Tech....................... 52-10......................7:00p Pennsylvania............................ 2-0........................2:00p Maryland................................ 42-31.........RSN......8:30p Virginia Tech........................... 35-10......................2:00p at North Carolina.................... 32-43.........RSN......6:30p at Clemson.............................. 36-28......................2:00p Wake Forest............................. 60-3.......................7:00p Florida State........................... 30-11.........RSN......7:00p at NC State............................. 35-31......................7:00p at Maryland............................ 42-31......................2:00p Boston College.......................... 7-1...........RSN......1:00p Duke....................................... 32-29......................7:00p at Virginia Tech...................... 35-10.........RSN......1:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

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Virginia 2009-10 STATISTICS (21-10, 9-5 ACC) 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 22 Monica Wright........... 31..... 31......... 995......32.1...... 270.... 605.......446....... 31...... 99.......313.. 163.... 201......811.... 64....136.....200....6.5......90..... 3..... 79...121....18.... 115....... 734.......23.7 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 487......34.8...... 128.... 285.......449....... 12...... 38.......316.... 92.... 105......876.... 19......55.......74....5.3......41..... 1..... 26.....60......8...... 47....... 360.......25.7 50 Chelsea Shine............ 31..... 29......... 757......24.4........ 96.... 219.......438......... 0........ 3.......000.... 55...... 71......775.... 71......87.....158....5.1......68..... 0..... 20.....57....40...... 31....... 247.........8.0 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 379......27.1........ 47.... 102.......461......... 0........ 2.......000.... 21...... 26......808.... 28......45.......73....5.2......32..... 0....... 5.....27....25...... 13....... 115.........8.2 15 Ariana Moorer............ 30..... 20......... 833......27.8........ 64.... 255.......251....... 15...... 76.......197.... 68...... 94......723.... 22....100.....122....4.1......86..... 3..... 82.....70......7...... 43....... 211.........7.0 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 435......31.1........ 32.... 122.......262......... 6...... 36.......167.... 31...... 40......775...... 9......55.......64....4.6......43..... 3..... 42.....43......3...... 11....... 101.........7.2 02 Whitny Edwards........ 31..... 10......... 777......25.1........ 73.... 185.......395....... 27...... 92.......293.... 32...... 40......800.... 52......97.....149....4.8......51..... 0..... 34.....34......4...... 39....... 205.........6.6 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 331......23.6........ 27...... 73.......370......... 8...... 39.......205.... 12...... 14......857.... 23......48.......71....5.1......23..... 0..... 12.....17......3...... 10......... 74.........5.3 01 China Crosby.............. 13..... 13......... 282......21.7........ 25...... 85.......294......... 4...... 28.......143.... 23...... 30......767...... 7......19.......26....2.0......31..... 0..... 30.....31......2...... 16......... 77.........5.9 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 03 Paulisha Kellum......... 31....... 5......... 754......24.3........ 54.... 139.......388......... 5...... 20.......250.... 68.... 101......673.... 48......53.....101....3.3......57..... 0..... 62.....45......4...... 39....... 181.........5.8 ....................................... 14....... 2......... 348......24.9........ 21...... 58.......362......... 2........ 6.......333.... 29...... 42......690.... 21......30.......51....3.6......24..... 0..... 24.....28......1...... 19......... 73.........5.2 14 Lexie Gerson.............. 30..... 15......... 489......16.3........ 50.... 152.......329....... 14...... 69.......203.... 35...... 43......814.... 19......29.......48....1.6......45..... 0..... 27.....47......8...... 29....... 149.........5.0 ....................................... 14..... 12......... 293......20.9........ 30...... 89.......337......... 7...... 40.......175.... 22...... 28......786.... 11........9.......20....1.4......23..... 0..... 19.....22......5...... 19......... 89.........6.4 04 Simone Egwu............. 31..... 29......... 524......16.9........ 55.... 104.......529......... 0........ 0.......000.... 28...... 51......549.... 54......78.....132....4.3......58..... 1....... 6.....41....13........ 7....... 138.........4.5 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 225......16.1........ 10...... 33.......303......... 0........ 0.......000...... 6...... 16......375.... 20......27.......47....3.4......25..... 0....... 2.....20......6........ 3......... 26.........1.9 30 Telia McCall................ 30....... 0......... 487......16.2........ 46.... 109.......422......... 4...... 11.......364.... 28...... 43......651.... 48......78.....126....4.2......54..... 0....... 8.....31....15...... 18....... 124.........4.1 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 260......18.6........ 23...... 55.......418......... 1........ 3.......333.... 14...... 24......583.... 27......36.......63....4.5......26..... 0....... 6.....15......8........ 8......... 61.........4.4 05 Erinn Thompson........... 3....... 0........... 20........6.7.......... 2........ 4.......500......... 0........ 0.......000...... 3........ 4......750...... 3........4.........7....2.3........1..... 0....... 1.......3......3........ 2........... 7.........2.3 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 34 Britny Edwards.......... 23....... 0......... 196........8.5........ 22...... 43.......512......... 0........ 0.......000...... 3........ 8......375.... 20......25.......45....2.0......18..... 0....... 6.......7......6........ 5......... 47.........2.0 ......................................... 9....... 0........... 84........9.3........ 13...... 22.......591......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 1......000...... 9......12.......21....2.3........8..... 0....... 2.......5......1........ 0......... 26.........2.9 32 Jayna Hartig.............. 22....... 3......... 161........7.3........ 11...... 37.......297......... 2........ 8.......250.... 16...... 23......696.... 12......13.......25....1.1......11..... 0....... 8.....10......0........ 7......... 40.........1.8 ......................................... 7....... 0........... 33........4.7.......... 2........ 8.......250......... 1........ 3.......333...... 0........ 0......000...... 1........5.........6....0.9........2..... 0....... 0.......2......0........ 1........... 5.........0.7 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 56......61.....117....3.8........0.....................13............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 28......30.......58....4.1........0.......................7............................................ Virginia........................... 31........................................... 768.. 1937.......396..... 102.... 406.......251.. 522.... 709......736.. 476....780...1256..40.5....570..... 7... 363...510..120.... 351..... 2160.......69.7 ....................................... 14........................................... 333.... 847.......393....... 37.... 167.......222.. 227.... 296......767.. 196....352.....548..39.1....247..... 4... 138...246....60.... 131....... 930.......66.4 Opponents...................... 31........................................... 668.. 1736.......385..... 185.... 573.......323.. 426.... 613......695.. 375....767...1142..36.8....592...... -... 347...659..100.... 247..... 1947.......62.8 ....................................... 14........................................... 320.... 816.......392....... 72.... 235.......306.. 177.... 269......658.. 183....348.....531..37.9....251..... 4... 168...279....46.... 121....... 889.......63.5

2009-10 RESULTS

VA Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ at UMBC...........................................14..... 18....... -...... -.......... W, 68-57 N15........ Manhattan.......................................14..... 18....... -...... -.......... W, 86-68 N18........ USC Upstate.....................................12..... 17....... -...... -........ W, 110-63 N22........ Tennessee.........................................12..... 17.......6.....5.......... L, 63-77 (Bahamas Tournament) N26........ vs. Indiana.......................................16..... 18....... -...... -.......... W, 84-79 N27........ vs. South Dakota St................................16.......18........-...... -.......... W, 78-66 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3.......... Purdue . ...........................................14..... 15....... -...... -.......... W, 56-49 D6.......... James Madison ..............................14..... 15....... -...... -........... L, 73-75 D8.......... Furman . ..........................................19..... 19....... -...... -.......... W, 74-43 D20........ at Georgia.........................................19..... 17......11...12......... L, 53-69 (Cavalier Classic) D28........ Samford............................................23..... 20....... -...... -.......... W, 69-60 D29........ Liberty..............................................23..... 21....... -...... -.......... W, 63-54 J2........... at Colorado.......................................23..... 21....... -...... -.......... W, 74-59 J4........... St. Bonaventure .............................23..... 21....... -...... -.......... W, 72-64 J7........... at Florida State.................................21..... 19......13...11......... L, 50-67 J11......... Maryland ........................................23..... 19....... -...... -........... L, 60-61 J18......... at Virginia Tech ...............................25..... 24....... -...... -.......... W, 70-56 J21......... at Boston College.............................25..... 22....... -...... -.......... W, 70-68 J24......... Georgia Tech . ..................................25..... 22......22.... -.......... W, 57-55 J27......... NC State .........................................21..... 20....... -...... -.......... W, 73-60 J31......... at Wake Forest .................................21..... 20....... -...... -........... L, 57-64 F4........... Clemson .......................................... -....... 24....... -...... -.......... W, 82-60 F8........... at Maryland ..................................... -....... 24....... -...... -.......... W, 82-68 F11......... at Miami............................................ -....... 21....... -...... -.... W, 69-63 (ot) F15......... North Carolina . ................................ -....... 21....... -.....20.W, 82-78 (2ot) F16......... Longwood ....................................... -....... 21....... -...... -.......... W, 81-40 F22......... Florida State . .................................21..... 18.......9....10......... L, 58-59 F26......... at Duke . ..........................................21..... 18.......6.....6.......... L, 65-83 F28......... Virginia Tech ..................................21..... 18....... -...... -.......... W, 55-46 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M5......... vs. #6 NC State................................24..... 19....... -...... -........... L, 59-66 (NCAA Tournament) M21....... vs. #12 Green Bay............................ -....... 21....... -...... - . ........ L, 67-69

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ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

15 22 21 21 25 28 32 32 28 28 29 29 29 31 32 31 35 34 34 32 32 32 32 31 29 29 34 32 30 31 29 32 32 34 34 34 31

249-789 476-1420 406-1226 482-1365 538-1388 731-1643 890-1963 862-1929 778-1665 830-1886 907-1805 863-1835 903-1955 946-2038 938-2104 933-2050 999-2185 1131-2337 1058-2202 1020-2077 893-1897 961-2016 954-2109 848-1864 746-1819 806-1828 877-2000 865-1900 709-1742 689-1772 666-1676 798-1912 810-1992 906-2130 934-2092 911-2232 768-1937

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

.316 .335 .342 .353 .388 .445 .453 .447 .467 .440 .502 .470 .462 .464 .446 98-294 .333 .455 120-330 .364 .457 113-315 .359 .484 135-364 .371 .480 106-294 .361 .491 82-309 .265 .471 95-297 .320 .477 136-398 .342 .452 158-482 .328 .455 158-488 .324 .410 146-509 .287 .441 124-428 .290 .439 180-541 .333 .435 189-516 .366 .407 158-483 .327 .389 142-442 .321 .397 133-454 .293 .417 132-453 .291 .407 117-409 .286 .425 151-506 .298 .446 141-392 .360 .408 125-426 .293 .396 102-406 .251

121-265 168-317 200-386 250-396 305-514 336-495 405-589 349-521 324-493 301-467 373-519 355-522 486-689 459-677 505-749 494-696 552-802 615-915 566-829 473-772 514-761 429-649 472-744 422-628 398-611 466-658 519-749 390-631 413-618 434-668 385-546 438-673 402-601 510-699 531-751 529-764 522-709

.435 .530 .519 .631 .593 .679 .688 .670 .657 .645 .719 .680 .705 .678 .674 .710 .688 .671 .683 .613 .675 .661 .634 .672 .651 .708 .693 .618 .668 .650 .705 .651 .669 .730 .707 .692 .736

653-443.5 619-41.3 1070-48.6 1120-50.9 843-42.2 1012-50.6 960-46.0 1214-57.8 1017-40.7 1381-55.2 1084-38.7 1798-64.2 1312-41.0 2185-68.3 1194-37.3 2073-64.8 1062-37.9 1880-67.1 1224-43.7 1961-70.0 1167-40.2 2187-75.4 1097-37.8 2081-71.8 1136-39.2 2292-79.0 1221-39.4 2351-75.8 1241-38.8 2479-77.5 1202-38.8 2480-80.0 1488-42.5 2663-76.1 1466-43.3 3012-88.6 1556-45.8 2788-82.0 1491-46.6 2595-81.1 1329-41.4 2395-74.8 1348-42.1 2487-77.7 1463-44.3 2538-76.9 1331-42.9 2276-73.4 1151-39.7 2036-70.2 1155-39.8 2202-75.9 1250-36.8 2453-72.1 1255-39.2 2309-72.2 1117-37.2 1989-66.3 1205-38.9 1954-63.0 1068-36.8 1850-63.8 1281-40.0 2166-67.7 1200-37.5 2139-66.8 1342-39.5 2473-72.7 1326-39.0 2540-74.7 1455-42.8 2476-72.8 1256-40.5 2160-69.7

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Virginia Debbie Ryan Virginia head coach Debbie Ryan has led her Cavalier programs to postseason play in 28 of her 33 seasons, including an ACC-record 20-straight appearances from 1984 to 2003 ... In 2010, Virginia posted an overall mark of 21-10, including a 9-5 league record, en route to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament … Ryan directed the Cavs to a 24-10 overall record and an 8-6 mark in ACC play in 2009 ... Ryan has recorded 20 or more wins in a season 23 times and 30 or more twice en route to 24 NCAA Tournament appearances ... Ryan opened a new era of Virginia basketball as the men and women Hoos tallied a pair of wins their first night in the new state-ofthe-art John Paul Jones Arena on Nov. 12, 2007 ... Ryan was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in June 2008 ... She picked up her 600th career victory with a 98-52 win over James Madison on Dec. 29, 2004, becoming just the seventh coach in NCAA women’s basketball history to reach 600 wins at the same school ... In 2000, Ryan was named ACC Coach of the Year for the seventh time, an ACC women’s basketball record ... The 2000 team also won the regular-season ACC title, marking the 11th time the Cavaliers have finished first under Ryan ... Averaging nearly 22 wins a season, Ryan ranks among the NCAA Division I coaching leaders in all-time victories (699) and winning percentage (.701) ... Ryan has led her teams to three Final Fours, and her 1991 team played in the NCAA championship game ... Ryan was named the Naismith Coach of the Year in 1991 and has also been honored by the Virginia Women’s Forum and the Virginia General Assembly ... She has written three books: Virginia Defense, Virginia Summer Development Program and Women’s Basketball Drills-Conditioning ... In her first taste of international competition as head coach of USA Basketball, Ryan led the women’s basketball team to a silver medal performance at the Pan American Games in the Dominican Republic in August 2003 … Ryan played collegiate basketball at Ursinus College, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in 1975 ... She received her master’s degree from Virginia while working as an assistant basketball and field hockey coach.

THE RYAN RECORD

VIRGINIA COACHING COUNTS Year Coach Overall ACC 1974 Barbara Kelly 10-5 - 1975 Barbara Kelly 15-7 - Totals Barbara Kelly 25-12 -

ACC Tourn - - -

Non- ACC 10-5 15-7 25-12

PostSeason -

1976 1977 Totals

Dan Bonner Dan Bonner Dan Bonner

12-9 10-11 22-20

- - -

- - -

12-9 10-11 22-20

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1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan Debbie Ryan

8-17 16-12 20-12 22-10 17-11 15-13 22-7 21-8 26-3 26-5 27-5 21-10 29-6 31-1 32-2 26-6 27-5 27-5 26-7 23-8 19-10 20-9 25-9 18-14 17-13 17-14 13-16 21-11 20-12 19-15 24-10 24-10 21-10 720-308

1-5 2-4 3-5 5-2 2-5 4-9 11-3 9-5 13-1 12-2 12-2 8-6 11-3 14-0 15-1 13-3 15-1 16-0 13-3 12-4 9-7 12-4 13-3 8-8 9-7 9-7 6-10 8-6 5-9 5-9 10-4 8-6 9-5 302-149

0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 3-0 3-0 2-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 33-30

7-12 14-7 16-5 16-6 14-3 11-3 10-2 11-2 12-1 12-2 13-2 12-3 15-3 16-2 14-1 10-3 7-2 10-3 12-3 9-3 10-2 7-4 11-5 10-5 7-5 6-6 7-5 12-4 13-2 11-5 12-5 15-3 12-4 358-117

WNIT 1-2 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 4-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 3-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 WNIT 2-1 WNIT 2-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 0-1

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Head Coaching Experience: at Virginia:...................................... 720-308 (33) Career:........................................................Same Education: Ursinus.........................................................1975 Virginia.......................................1977 (Master’s) Career Coaching Records: 1978 - Virginia............................................. 8-17 1979 - Virginia........................................... 16-12 1980 - Virginia........................................... 20-12 1981 - Virginia........................................... 22-10 1982 - Virginia........................................... 17-11 1983 - Virginia........................................... 15-13 1984 - Virginia............................................. 22-7 1985 - Virginia............................................. 21-8 1986 - Virginia............................................. 26-3 1987 - Virginia............................................. 26-5 1988 - Virginia............................................. 27-5 1989 - Virginia........................................... 21-10 1990 - Virginia............................................. 29-6 1991 - Virginia............................................. 31-1 1992 - Virginia............................................. 32-2 1993 - Virginia............................................. 26-6 1994 - Virginia............................................. 27-5 1995 - Virginia............................................. 27-5 1996 - Virginia............................................. 26-7 1997 - Virginia............................................. 23-8 1998 - Virginia........................................... 19-10 1999 - Virginia............................................. 20-9 2000 - Virginia............................................. 25-9 2001 - Virginia........................................... 18-14 2002 - Virginia........................................... 17-13 2003 - Virginia........................................... 17-14 2004 - Virginia........................................... 13-16 2005 - Virginia........................................... 21-11 2006 - Virginia........................................... 20-12 2007 - Virginia........................................... 19-15 2008 - Virginia........................................... 24-10 2009 - Virginia........................................... 24-10 2010 - Virginia........................................... 21-10 Virginia Totals: Overall Record:............................ 758-340 (.690) ACC Record:................................. 302-149 (.670) ACC Tournament Record:.................. 33-30 (.524) Postseason Record:.......................... 38-28 (.576) NCAA Record:.................................. 33-24 (.579) WNIT Record:....................................... 5-4 (.555)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Virginia INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 48.............................. Mimi McKinney vs. North Carolina, 1-15-98 Field Goals Made:...................... 18........................... Wendy Palmer (18-20) vs. Maryland, 1-25-95 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 7..................3 times, last: Kate Mooney (7-12) vs. Florida State, 2-1-98 Free Throws Made:..................... 16............................. Cathy Grimes (16-18) vs. Maryland, 1-31-84 Rebounds:.................................. 21.............................. Aisha Mohammed at Florida State, 1-26-08 Assists:....................................... 14............................................ Dena Evans vs. Maryland, 2-23-93 Steals:........................................ 10.......................................... Monica Wright vs. Liberty, 12-29-09 ...................................................................................................Dawn Staley vs. Temple, 11-30-91 ...................................................................................................Donna Holt vs. Maryland, 1-28-86 Blocked Shots:........................... 8.......................................DeMya Walker vs. Florida State, 1-2-98 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 734............................................. Monica Wright (31 games), 2010 Scoring Average:....................... 23.7............................................ Monica Wright (31 games), 2010 Field Goal Percentage:............... 62.3.............................................. Heather Burge (258-414), 1993 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 46.9........................................................ Amy Fuller (23-49), 1989 Free Throw Percentage:............. 84.8....................................................... Donna Holt (84-99), 1987 Rebounds:.................................. 379..............................................Schuye LaRue (32 games), 2001 Assists:....................................... 235................................................ Dawn Staley (34 games), 1991 Steals:........................................ 164.................................................. Donna Holt (31 games), 1987 Blocked Shots:........................... 95............................................... DeMya Walker (29 games), 1998 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 123.................................................... NC State (123-120), 1-12-91 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 19............................................Mary Washington (41-19), 12-2-75 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 85............................................ Alabama State (106-21), 12-28-95 Field Goals Made:...................... 54............................................. Cleveland State (54-88), 11-29-95 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 14................................................................. Rider (14-24), 1-2-08 Free Throws Made:..................... 35......................................................Georgia Tech (35-46), 3-2-08 Rebounds:.................................. 77.......................................................................... Rider, 12-19-96 Assists:....................................... 37..........................................................Cleveland State, 11-29-95 Steals:........................................ 26.............................................................. Old Dominion, 12-4-90 Blocked Shots:........................... 15................................................................ Georgia Tech, 1-20-96 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 3,012.....................................................................34 games, 1991 Scoring Average:....................... 88.6.................................................34 games, 3,012 points, 1991 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 23.7.......................................................................88.6-64.9, 1991 Field Goal Percentage:............... 50.2.......................................................................907-1805, 1984 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 37.1.........................................................................135-365, 1991 Free Throw Percentage:............. 73.6.........................................................................522-709, 2010 Rebounds:.................................. 1,556.....................................................................34 games, 1992 Assists:....................................... 652........................................................................34 games, 1991 Steals:........................................ 484........................................................................31 games, 1993

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Monica Wright (06-10)................133........2540........19.1 Dawn Staley (89-92)...................131........2135........16.3 Heather Burge (90-93)...............135........2058........15.2 Wendy Palmer (93-96)................126........1918........15.2 Lyndra Littles (05-09).................121........1889........15.6 Tammi Reiss (89-92)...................127........1842........14.5 Tora Suber (94-97)......................127........1767........13.9 Cathy Grimes (82-85)..................114........1745........15.3 Donna Holt (85-88).....................121........1634........13.5 Tonya Cardoza (87-91)................121........1622........13.4 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Monica Wright (06-10)................133........2540........19.1 Dawn Staley (89-92)...................131........2135........16.3 Schuye LaRue (00-01)..................66........1070........16.2 Lyndra Littles (05-09).................121........1889........15.6 Cathy Grimes (82-85)..................114........1745........15.3 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Wendy Palmer (93-96)................126........1221..........9.7 Heather Burge (90-93)...............135..........955..........7.1 Cathy Grimes (82-85)..................114..........932..........8.2 DeMya Walker (96-99)................122..........932..........7.6 Lyndra Littles (05-09).................121..........881..........7.3 Heidi Burge (90-93)....................134..........853..........6.4 Dawn Bryant (86-89)..................123..........827..........6.7 Brandi Teamer (02-05)................116..........805..........6.9 Dawn Staley (90-92)...................131..........772..........5.9 Chrissy Reese (80-83).................105..........736..........7.0 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Chris Dawson (74-75)...................37..........449........12.1 Leslie Berens (74-75)....................37..........434........11.7 Aisha Mohammed (07-09)............63..........610..........9.7 Wendy Palmer (93-96)................126........1221..........9.7 Cathy Grimes (82-85)..................114..........932..........8.2 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Donna Holt (85-88).....................121..........529..........4.4 Dawn Staley (89-92)...................131..........454..........3.5 Tonya Cardoza (87-89, 91)..........121..........375..........3.1 Monica Wright (06-10)................133..........371..........2.8 Nancy Mayer (84-87)..................117..........240..........2.1 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Sharnee Zoll (04-08)...................132..........785..........5.9 Dawn Staley (89-92)...................131..........729..........5.6 Donna Holt (85-88).....................121..........561..........4.6 Dena Evans (89-93)....................135..........528..........3.9 Tora Suber (94-97)......................127..........504..........4.0 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg DeMya Walker (96-99)................122..........330..........2.7 Heather Burge (90-93)...............135..........152..........1.1 Jocelyn Logan-Friend (02-05).....111..........139..........1.3 Monick Foote (95-99)..................109..........123..........1.1 Tonya Cardoza (87-91)................121..........110..........0.9

Blocked Shots:........................... 169........................................................................29 games, 1999

ACC Women’s Basketball

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Virginia Tech Nikki Davis

THE 2010-11 HOKIES

Guard, Senior

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Pos.

Ht.

Exp.

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

02 Abby Redick

F

6-1

1L

So.

Roanoke, Va. (Hidden Valley)

03 Aerial Wilson

G

5-8

1L

So.

Cocoa, Fla. (Rockledge)

11 Kyani White

G

5-6

HS

Fr.

Manassas, Va. (Stonwall Jackson)

12 Nikki Davis

G

5-7

1L

13 Alyssa Fenyn

G

6-0

1L

So.

20 Nia Evans

F

6-0

HS

Fr.

Decatur, Ga. (Redan)

21 Brittni Montgomery

F

6-3

HS

Fr.

Ft. Pierce, Fla. (Ft. Pierce Central) Montezuma, Ga. (Macon County)

22 Porschia Hadley

Brittany Gordon Center, Senior

T-Sr. Lexington, Ky. (Alabama/Lexington Catholic) Newark, N.Y. (Newark)

F/C

6-3

1L

So.

23 Brittany Gordon

C

6-4

3L

Sr. Howard County, Md. (The Blair Academy)

31 Monet Tellier

G

5-11

HS

Fr.

Charlotte, N.C. (East Mecklenburg)

32 Taylor Ayers

C

6-2

1L

So.

Augusta, Ga. (Laney)

33 Shanel Harrison

G

6-0

2L

Jr.

Washington, D.C. (Good Counsel)

42 Elizabeth Basham

F

6-2

2L

R-Sr.

Abingdon, Va. (Abingdon)

43 Latorri Hines-Allen

F

6-1

HS

Fr.

Montclair, N.J. (Montclair)

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:.............Beth Dunkenberger Career Record:............. 164-135 (10 yrs) Record at Virginia Tech:.... 99-85 (6 yrs) Alma Mater:..........Randolph-Macon, ‘88 Assistant Coaches:......Shellie Greenman ..........................................Stacy Cantley ........................................ Angela Crosby Dir. of WBK Operations:...... Jill Jameson 2009-10 Record:............................15-15 2009-10 ACC Record:.......... 4-10 (t10th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:.................... 10/3 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 3/2 NCAA Appearances/Last:.............. 9/2006

Location:....................... Blacksburg, Va. Founded:........................................ 1872 Enrollment:................................. 31,000 Nickname:.................................. Hokies Colors:.. Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange Arena:............. Cassell Coliseum (9,847) President:..................Dr. Charles Steger Athletic Director:.................Jim Weaver FAR:................................. Larry Killough SWA:.......................... Sharon McCloskey SID Contact:......................... Torye Hurst Email:........................... tohurst@vt.edu Phone:............................. 540.231.8823 Press Row:....................... 540.231.3048 Website:.............. www.hokiesports.com

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N12 N14 N18 N21 N25 N26

D2

D5 D11 D18 D21 D29

D30 J2 J6 J9 J13 J16 J23 J27 J30 F3 F6 F10 F14 F17 F20 F24 F27 M3-6

Opponent................... Record Against....TV.......Time Presbyterian.............................1-0......................... 5:30p Wofford.....................................1-0......................... 2:00p Elon..........................................1-0......................... 7:00p Virginia Commonwealth..........16-9........................ 2:00p vs. Florida Gulf Coast................0-0............................ TBA (Carribean Classic) vs. Iowa....................................1-0............................ TBA (Carribean Classic) at Minnesota............................1-1......... BTN.com.. 8:00p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) Winthrop..................................2-0......................... 2:00p Robert Morris............................1-0......................... 2:00p at William & Mary...................11-2........................ 1:00p Radford...................................21-9........................ 7:00p Alcorn State..............................0-0......................... 7:00p (Hilton Garden Classic) Vanderbilt/Delaware..............0-2/2-0...................... 7:00p (Hilton Garden Classic) at Charlotte..............................13-9........................ 3:00p Florida State............................9-17........................ 7:00p Miami.......................................6-6......................... 2:00p at Wake Forest..........................8-7......................... 7:00p Duke........................................2-15........................ 2:00p at Virginia...............................10-35....................... 2:00p Georgia Tech.............................4-3......................... 7:00p at North Carolina.....................3-12........................ 2:00p at Boston College......................9-6......................... 7:00p Wake Forest..............................8-7......................... 2:00p Longwood.................................6-1......................... 7:00p at Clemson................................5-5............. RSN..... 7:00p NC State..................................0-10........................ 7:00p at Duke....................................2-15......................... Noon at Maryland..............................5-7......................... 7:30p Virginia...................................10-35........... RSN..... 1:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

ACC Women’s Basketball


Virginia Tech 2009-10 STATISTICS (15-15, 4-10 ACC) 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 15 Utahya Drye............... 30..... 30......... 970......32.3...... 134.... 283.......473......... 3........ 7.......429.... 69...... 97......711.... 81....116.....197....6.6......47..... 0..... 83...108......9...... 40....... 340.......11.3 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 483......34.5........ 72.... 142.......507......... 2........ 4.......500.... 28...... 42......667.... 29......61.......90....6.4......26..... 0..... 39.....50......4...... 15....... 174.......12.4 20 Lindsay Biggs............ 30..... 30......... 921......30.7...... 127.... 360.......353....... 57.... 184.......310.... 25...... 36......694.... 16......61.......77....2.6......42..... 0..... 49.....64....19...... 21....... 336.......11.2 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 455......32.5........ 60.... 168.......357....... 24...... 87.......276...... 9...... 12......750...... 7......27.......34....2.4......21..... 0..... 21.....36......8........ 8....... 153.......10.9 13 Alyssa Fenyn.............. 30..... 22......... 734......24.5........ 90.... 226.......398......... 1...... 15.......067.... 44...... 79......557.... 51......78.....129....4.3......51..... 0..... 48.....51......5...... 29....... 225.........7.5 ....................................... 14....... 8......... 324......23.1........ 30...... 92.......326......... 0........ 7.......000.... 18...... 29......621.... 16......26.......42....3.0......25..... 0..... 26.....25......4...... 14......... 78.........5.6 33 Shanel Harrison......... 30..... 12......... 620......20.7........ 85.... 210.......405......... 7...... 24.......292.... 43...... 65......662.... 61......94.....155....5.2......57..... 1..... 45.....59....31...... 30....... 220.........7.3 ....................................... 14....... 8......... 311......22.2........ 41.... 103.......398......... 5...... 16.......313.... 20...... 34......588.... 26......49.......75....5.4......32..... 1..... 15.....37....11...... 12....... 107.........7.6 12 Nikki Davis................ 28..... 24......... 678......24.2........ 61.... 161.......379....... 24...... 64.......375.... 33...... 54......611.... 15......64.......79....2.8......50..... 0... 116.....92......4...... 44....... 179.........6.4 ....................................... 12..... 10......... 307......25.6........ 22...... 67.......328....... 15...... 39.......385.... 26...... 39......667...... 3......20.......23....1.9......24..... 0..... 47.....38......2...... 16......... 85.........7.1 23 Brittany Gordon......... 30..... 30......... 653......21.8........ 68.... 138.......493......... 0........ 0.......000.... 55...... 74......743.... 48....105.....153....5.1......58..... 1..... 16.....37....20...... 14....... 191.........6.4 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 323......23.1........ 33...... 69.......478......... 0........ 0.......000.... 29...... 39......744.... 24......56.......80....5.7......38..... 1....... 9.....21....12........ 8......... 95.........6.8 22 Porschia Hadley......... 28....... 0......... 350......12.5........ 52.... 105.......495......... 0........ 0.......000.... 19...... 31......613.... 28......53.......81....2.9......35..... 0....... 4.....25....15........ 3....... 123.........4.4 ....................................... 12....... 0......... 151......12.6........ 18...... 38.......474......... 0........ 0.......000...... 6........ 8......750...... 8......14.......22....1.8......12..... 0....... 3.......6......9........ 0......... 42.........3.5 03 Aerial Wilson.............. 25....... 0......... 256......10.2........ 21...... 70.......300......... 4...... 18.......222.... 17...... 26......654...... 8........9.......17....0.7......27..... 0..... 15.....33......0........ 6......... 63.........2.5 ....................................... 11....... 0......... 104........9.5.......... 7...... 24.......292......... 1........ 4.......250...... 4........ 6......667...... 2........3.........5....0.5........9..... 0....... 3.....14......0........ 0......... 19.........1.7 02 Abby Redick............... 30....... 0......... 408......13.6........ 30...... 88.......341......... 4...... 24.......167.... 11...... 21......524.... 27......68.......95....3.2......34..... 0..... 23.....34......1...... 10......... 75.........2.5 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 166......11.9.......... 8...... 28.......286......... 0........ 7.......000...... 4........ 9......444.... 11......25.......36....2.6......14..... 0..... 11.....11......0........ 6......... 20.........1.4 30 Shani Grey................. 22....... 2......... 218........9.9........ 16...... 48.......333......... 1........ 6.......167.... 14...... 21......667.... 17......12.......29....1.3......23..... 0..... 10.....14......0...... 12......... 47.........2.1 ......................................... 9....... 2......... 107......11.9.......... 8...... 27.......296......... 1........ 4.......250...... 9...... 11......818...... 9........3.......12....1.3........6..... 0....... 4.......7......0........ 8......... 26.........2.9 24 Lakeisha Logan.......... 16....... 0......... 105........6.6........ 12...... 32.......375......... 8...... 22.......364...... 2........ 4......500...... 1........7.........8....0.5........7..... 0....... 4.......8......0........ 3......... 34.........2.1 ......................................... 4....... 0........... 26........6.5.......... 1........ 8.......125......... 1........ 6.......167...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........1..... 0....... 2.......3......0........ 1........... 3.........0.8 32 Taylor Ayers............... 19....... 0......... 112........5.9........ 11...... 30.......367......... 0........ 0.......000...... 7...... 12......583.... 12......22.......34....1.8......20..... 0....... 2.....14......6........ 2......... 29.........1.5 ......................................... 6....... 0........... 43........7.2.......... 3........ 9.......333......... 0........ 0.......000...... 6...... 10......600...... 1........6.........7....1.2........9..... 0....... 1.......5......2........ 2......... 12.........2.0 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 81......70.....151....5.0........0.......................8............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 36......32.......68....4.9........0.......................5............................................ Virginia Tech................... 30........................................... 707.. 1751.......404..... 109.... 364.......299.. 339.... 520......652.. 446....759...1205..40.2....451..... 2... 415...547..110.... 214..... 1862.......62.1 ....................................... 14........................................... 303.... 775.......391....... 49.... 174.......282.. 159.... 239......665.. 172....322.....494..35.3....217..... 2... 181...258....52...... 90....... 814.......58.1 Opponents...................... 30........................................... 669.. 1769.......378..... 146.... 488.......299.. 315.... 486......648.. 413....675...1088..36.3....492...... -... 342...519..121.... 244..... 1799.......60.0 ....................................... 14........................................... 341.... 843.......405....... 73.... 224.......326.. 163.... 254......642.. 217....328.....545..38.9....227..... 5... 182...226....59.... 130....... 918.......65.6

2009-10 RESULTS

VT Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ Longwood......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 77-55 N16........ at VCU............................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 58-72 N19........ George Mason................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 70-41 N22........ at James Madison............................. -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 59-66 N25........ at Radford......................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 78-51 N28........ Elon .................................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 82-46 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D3.......... Michigan........................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 51-71 D6.......... North Carolina Central....................... -........-........ -...... -.......... W, 85-44 D9.......... Mount St. Mary’s............................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 44-42 (St. John’s Tournament) D19........ vs. UAB.............................................. -.........-........ -...... -.... W, 68-66 (ot) D20........ at St. John’s....................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 62-75 (Hilton Garden Classic) D29........ NJIT................................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 67-51 D30........ Charlotte............................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 56-54 J3........... UMBC................................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 74-44 J7........... at Wake Forest................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 63-66 J14......... North Carolina................................... -.........-.......10...11........ W, 79-64 J18......... Virginia ............................................ -.........-.......25...24......... L, 56-70 J21......... at Duke.............................................. -.........-........6.....7.......... L, 38-69 J24......... at Miami............................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 73-69 J28......... Maryland........................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 44-60 J31......... at Georgia Tech.................................. -.........-.......25.... -........... L, 47-61 F5........... Wake Forest ...................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 51-58 F7........... at NC State ....................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 57-70 F11......... Savannah State................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 68-41 F14......... Duke.................................................. -.........-........8.....7.......... L, 53-65 F18......... at Florida State.................................. -.........-.......10...10......... L, 68-78 F21......... Boston College................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 69-64 F25......... Clemson............................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 70-69 F28......... at Virginia......................................... -.........-.......21...18......... L, 46-55 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4......... vs. #7 Boston College....................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 49-62

ACC Women’s Basketball

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1887 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

12 24 24 29 30 28 25 30 29 28 29 28 29 28 27 28 28 30 31 28 31 32 31 31 31 32 32 31 29 31 34 30 30 30

254-767 609-1555 676-1624 729-2008 738-1920 775-1791 693-1695 908-2009 928-1974 841-1850 784-1770 768-1728 718-1698 655-1562 641-1607 697-1610 792-1662 768-1698 746-1710 629-1587 721-1807 823-1769 828-1741 771-1614 706-1582 762-1646 734-1671 707-1680 790-1798 815-1843 867-1991 776-1835 717-1760 707-1751

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

.331 .392 .416 .394 .384 .433 .409 .452 .470 .455 .443 .444 39-120 .325 .423 92-276 .333 .419 97-278 .349 .399 124-396 .313 .433 86-249 .345 .477 93-243 .383 .452 51-143 .357 .436 44-150 .293 .396 78-277 .282 .399 89-332 .268 .465 73-274 .266 .476 83-244 .340 .478 73-261 .280 .446 100-306 .327 .455 140-368 .380 .438 125-374 .384 .421 82-245 .335 .439 94-274 .343 .442 89-254 .350 .435 89-332 .268 .423 103-344 .299 .407 108-374 .289 .404 109-364 .299

117-206 289-479 248-435 273-456 387-614 491-754 329-523 477-700 416-621 430-649 445-676 270-446 400-574 431-592 372-513 337-505 449-629 521-710 485-706 466-704 431-660 498-725 495-711 441-619 510-695 444-624 462-645 473-654 469-675 430-656 423-605 351-477 324-508 339-520

.568 .603 .570 .599 .630 .651 .629 .681 .670 .663 .658 .605 .697 .728 .725 .667 .714 .734 .687 .662 .653 .687 .696 .712 .734 .712 .716 .723 .695 .655 .699 .736 .638 .652

554-46.1 625-52.1 959-40.0 1507-62.8 1143-47.6 1600-66.7 1322-45.6 1857-64.0 1265-42.2 1863-62.1 1201-42.9 2041-72.9 966-38.7 1715-68.6 1170-39.0 2293-76.4 1167-40.2 2272-78.3 1192-42.6 2112-75.4 1234-42.6 2013-69.4 1057-37.8 1845-65.9 1150-39.7 1932-39.7 1031-36.8 1838-65.6 951-35.2 1778-65.9 1072-38.3 1817-64.9 1106-39.5 2126-75.9 1120-37.3 2108-70.3 1208-39.0 2021-65.2 1075-38.4 1802-64.4 1142-36.8 1962-63.3 1156-36.1 2217-69.3 1093-35.3 2234-72.1 1129-36.4 2050-66.3 1121-36.2 2022-65.2 1181-36.9 2108-65.9 1161-36.3 2055-64.2 1170-37.7 1969-63.5 1154-39.8 2143-73.9 1183-38.2 2149-69.3 1331-39.1 2246-66.1 1145-38.2 2006-66.9 1130-37.7 1866-62.2 1205-40.2 1862-62.1

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Virginia Tech Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger enters her seventh season at Virginia Tech and has compiled a 99-85 record at the helm of the program ... the 2010 campaign saw Dunkenberger and the Hokies post an overall mark of 15-15 … In 2009, Dunkenberger guided the Hokies to a 12-18 overall record ... She led Virginia Tech to three consecutive postseason appearances in each of her first three years as head coach ... Dunkenberger came to Virginia Tech after guiding Western Carolina to a 65-50 record in four seasons ... During Dunkenberger’s three-year tenure as an assistant coach, the last as recruiting coordinator, at the University of Florida, she helped the Gators to a 63-36 overall record ... The Lady Gators advanced to postseason play all three years she was there, with the 1997-98 team making an appearance in the Sweet Sixteen ... While in Gainesville, Dunkenberger had the opportunity to help coach five players who are currently or were previously on rosters in the WNBA ... Dunkenberger spent nine years (1988-97) on Virginia Tech’s staff prior to that ... She worked as a graduate assistant for two years before being promoted to a full-time assistant position ... She helped lead the Hokies to the 1994 and 1995 NCAA Tournaments, the first two appearances in school history ... Dunkenberger not only helped lead Tech to two NCAA Tournaments, but also to the Metro Conference Tournament Championship in 1994 and the Metro Conference regular season championship in 1995 ... She served three years as recruiting coordinator and was responsible for signing Tere Williams, the first Parade All-American in the school’s history ... Dunkenberger graduated cum laude from Randolph-Macon College with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics in 1988 ... She was named academic all-district as well as all-conference ... She continued her education by earning a Master of Science degree in education at Virginia Tech in 1990.

VIRGINIA TECH COACHING COUNTS

THE DUNKENBERGER RECORD

Year Coach Overall ACC 1977 John Wetzel 7-9 - Totals John Wetzel 7-9 -

ACC Tourn - -

Non- ACC 7-9 7-9

PostSeason -

Head Coaching Experience: at Western Carolina:.............................. 65-50 (4) at Virginia Tech:.................................... 99-85 (6) Career:............................................ 164-135 (10)

1978 Totals

Carolyn Owen Carolyn Owen

8-16 8-16

- -

- -

8-16 8-16

-

Education: Randolph-Macon.........................................1988 Virginia Tech...............................1990 (Master’s)

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano Carol Alfano

9-15 17-12 13-17 16-12 13-12 15-15 16-13 13-15 15-14 12-16 16-13 14-14 12-15 10-18 20-8 24-6 22-9 11-17 10-21 278-262

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

9-15 17-12 13-17 16-12 13-12 15-15 16-13 13-15 15-14 12-16 16-13 14-14 12-15 10-18 20-8 24-6 22-9 11-17 10-21 278-262

NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 -

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Totals

Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson Bonnie Henrickson

22-10 28-3 20-11 22-9 21-11 22-10 23-8 158-62

- - - - - - - -

- - - - - - - -

22-10 28-3 20-11 22-9 21-11 22-10 23-8 158-62

NCAA 1-1 NCAA 2-1 WNIT 1-1 NCAA 1-1 WNIT 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger Beth Dunkenberger

17-12 21-10 19-15 15-15 12-18 15-15 99-85

6-8 6-8 6-8 2-12 2-12 4-10 26-58

0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-6

11-3 14-1 12-6 13-2 10-5 11-4 71-21

NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 WNIT 1-1 -

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Career Coaching Records: 2001 - Waestern Carolina........................... 13-15 2002 - Western Carolina............................. 17-11 2003 - Western Carolina............................... 21-7 2004 - Western Carolina............................. 14-17 2005 - Virginia Tech................................... 17-12 2006 - Virginia Tech................................... 21-10 2007 - Virginia Tech................................... 19-15 2008 - Virginia Tech................................... 15-15 2009 - Virginia Tech................................... 12-18 2010 - Virginia Tech................................... 15-15 Virginia Tech Totals: Overall Record:............................ 550-434 (.559) ACC Record:..................................... 26-58 (.310) ACC Tournament Record:...................... 2-6 (.250) Postseason Record:.......................... 13-12 (.520) NCAA Record:...................................... 8-9 (.471) WNIT Record:....................................... 5-3 (.625)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Virginia Tech INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 36................................................Brittany Cook at Miami, 2-11-08 Field Goals Made:...................... 15................................................Brittany Cook at Miami, 2-11-08 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 8.......................................Jeni Garber vs. South Carolina, 2-16-91 Free Throws Made:..................... 16............................................Amy Wetzel vs. Wisconsin, 3-14-98 Rebounds:.................................. 21.............................................. Kerri Gardin vs. Virginia, 2-13-05 ....................................................................................... Karen Garbis vs. James Madison, 2-16-78 ............................................................................................... Nicole Jones vs. Hampton, 12-29-99 Assists:....................................... 13.................... 3 times, last, Lisa Witherspoon vs. Xavier, 2-28-99 Steals:........................................ 9..........................Taiqua Brittingham vs. Northwestern, 12-22-83 Blocked Shots:........................... 9...................... 3 times, last, Susan Walvius vs. Marshall, 2-12-85 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 561..................................................................... Amy Byrne, 1990 Scoring Average:....................... 20.0.................................................................... Amy Byrne, 1990 Field Goal Percentage:............... 60.2................................................ Tere Williams (192-319), 1999 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 44.3.................................................. Carrie Mason (64-140), 2006 Free Throw Percentage:............. 88.9..................................................... Sue Logsdon (72-81), 1991 Rebounds:.................................. 289....................................................................Kerri Gardin, 2006 Assists:....................................... 246............................................................Lisa Witherspoon, 1999 Steals:........................................ 86..............................................................Lisa Witherspoon, 1999 Blocked Shots:........................... 93.................................................................. Susan Walvius, 1986 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 117........................................................................ Mercer, 2-16-87 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 33.................................................. Winston-Salem State, 12/28/06 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 65............................................................ Southern Miss, 12-28-04 Field Goals Made:...................... 51...........................................................................Mercer 2-16-87 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 12.............................................................. Southern Miss, 2-13-93 Free Throws Made:..................... 43................................................................................ Yale, 1-9-82 Rebounds:.................................. 75............................................................................Liberty, 1-8-90 Assists:....................................... 28................................................................ Florida State, 2-20-88 Steals:........................................ 19....................................................................Charleston, 12-5-86 Blocked Shots:........................... 14..................................................East Tennessee State, 12-21-93 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,293.....................................................................30 games, 1984 Scoring Average:....................... 80.4.................................................30 games, 2,293 points, 1984 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 65............................................. Southern Miss (105-40), 12-28-04 Field Goal Percentage:............... 47.8.......................................................................771-1614, 2000 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 38.4.........................................................................125-374, 2003 Free Throw Percentage:............. 73.4.........................................................................521-710, 1994 ..................................................................................................................................510-695, 2001 Rebounds:.................................. 1,331.....................................................................34 games, 2007 Assists:....................................... 492........................................................................31 games, 1999 Steals:........................................ 324........................................................................31 games, 2006 Blocked Shots:........................... 156........................................................................28 games, 1986

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Renee Dennis (83-87).................115........1791........15.6 Tere Williams (97-01)..................118........1750........14.8 Ieva Kublina (00-04)..................126........1647........13.1 Jenny Root (91-95).....................117........1582........13.5 Christi Osborne (91-95)...............117........1500........12.8 Amy Wetzel (96-01)....................129........1444........11.2 Carrie Mason (02-06)..................123........1369........11.1 Chrystal Starling (99-03)............121........1340........11.1 Amy Byrne (86-90).....................113........1291........11.4 Susan Walvius (82-86)................105........1161........11.1 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Renee Dennis (83-87).................115........1791........15.6 Tere Williams (97-01)..................118........1750........14.8 Jenny Root (91-95).....................117........1582........13.5 Ieva Kublina (00-04)..................126........1647........13.1 Christi Osborne (91-95)...............117........1500........12.8 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Tere Williams (97-01)..................118..........853..........7.2 Ieva Kublina (00-04)..................126..........845..........6.7 Jenny Root (91-95).....................117..........815..........7.0 Renee Dennis (83-87).................115..........792..........6.9 Kerri Gardin (02-06)...................116..........784..........6.8 Erin Gibson (01-05).....................123..........752..........6.1 Tammie Edwards (79-83)...........107..........748..........7.0 Susan Walvius (82-86)................105..........644..........6.1 Michelle Bain (84-88).................110..........619..........5.6 Amy Byrne (86-90).....................113..........618..........5.5 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Tere Williams (97-01)..................118..........853..........7.2 Jenny Root (91-95).....................117..........815..........7.0 Karen Garbis (76-79)....................62..........434..........7.0 Tammie Edwards (79-83)...........107..........748..........7.0 Renee Dennis (83-87).................115..........792..........6.9 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Taiqua Brittingham (81-85)........105..........252..........2.4 Amy Wetzel (96-01)....................129..........235..........1.8 Lisa Witherspoon (96-99)............112..........219..........2.0 Kirby Copeland (03-07)..............118..........190..........1.6 Laura Haskins (05-09)................123..........175..........1.4 Sandy Berry (78-81).....................83..........175..........2.1 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Lisa Witherspoon (96-99)............112..........635..........5.7 Maureen Donovan (83-87).........115..........410..........3.6 Amy Wetzel (96-01)....................129..........399..........3.1 Laura Haskins (05-09)................123..........389..........3.2 Sandy Berry (78-81).....................83..........384..........4.6 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Ieva Kublina (00-04)..................126..........256..........2.0 Susan Walvius (82-86)................105..........204..........1.9 Jenny Root (91-95).....................117..........133..........1.1 Michelle Bain (84-88).................110..........109..........1.0 Erin Gibson (01-05).......................94..........108..........1.1

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Wake Forest Sandra Garcia

THE 2010-11 DEMON DEACONS

Forward, Sophomore

Bold indicates returning starter

No. Player

Brittany Waters

Exp.

Cl.

Hometown (Last School)

01 Brooke Thomas

Pos.

G 5-4

Ht.

2L

Jr.

Orlando, Fla. (Edgewater)

02 Erin Hall

G 5-8

HS

Fr.

Norcross, Ga. (Wesleyan)

03 Camille Collier

G 5-6

3L

Sr.

Washington, D.C. (Sidwell Friends)

05 Chelsea Douglas

G 5-5

HS

Fr.

Charlotte, N.C. (Hickory Grove Baptist)

11 Patrice Johnson

G 5-10

1L

R-So.

Washington, D.C. (H.D. Woodson)

15 Kem Wilson

G 5-10

3L

Sr.

Frederick, Md. (Thomas Johnson)

20 Brittany Waters

F 6-1

3L

Sr.

Orlando, Fla. (Edgewater)

21 Sandra Garcia

F 6-3

1L

So. Hollywood, Fla. (Plantation Amer. Heritage)

22 Lakevia Boykin

G 5-9

1L

So.

Raleigh, N.C. (Southeast Raleigh)

23 Secily Ray

G 5-11

2L

Jr.

Thomasville, N.C. (Thomasville)

24 Asia Williams

G 5-11

1L

So.

Durham, N.C. (Hillside)

25 Jaymee Carnes

F 6-1

HS

Fr.

Gainesville, Ga. (Gainesville)

31 Lindsy Wright

C 6-4

HS

Fr.

Denver, N.C. (East Lincoln)

33 Mykala Walker

G 6-0

1L

So.

Duluth, Ga. (Duluth)

Forward, Senior

AT A GLANCE Head Coach:..................... Mike Petersen Career Record:............. 278-219 (17 yrs) Record at Wake Forest:...... 90-92 (6 yrs) Alma Mater:.......Northwest Christian, ‘84 Associate Coach:.............. Natasha Adair Assistant Coaches:...................Bob Clark .....................................Candice Jackson Dir. of WBK Ops.:.......... Jason Eshbaugh 2009-10 Record:............................18-14 2009-10 ACC Record:.............. 7-7 (t5th) Letterwinners Ret/Lost:.................... 11/4 Starters Ret/Lost:............................... 4/1 NCAA Appearances/Last:.............. 1/1988

Location:..................Winston-Salem, NC Founded:........................................ 1834 Enrollment:....... 4,569 (undergraduate) Nickname:....................Demon Deacons Colors:..................... Old Gold and Black Arena:..Lawrence Joel Memorial (14,665) President:.............. Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletic Director:.............. Ron Wellman FAR:.........................Richard Carmichael SWA:.............................. Barbara Walker SID Contact:........................... Gary Petit Email:....................... petitgm@wfu.edu Phone:............................. 336.758.1880 Press Row:....................... 336.727.2945 Website:..... www.wakeforestsports.com

WAKE FOREST AT THE ACC TOURNAMENT

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2010-11 SCHEDULE Date N14 N18 N21 N26 N27 N28

D1

D4 D14 D17 D20 D22 D29 D31 J3 J6 J10 J13 J17 J20 J23 J28 J31 F3 F6 F11 F17 F21 F24 F27 M3-6

Opponent................... Record Against...TV.......Time North Carolina Central.............. 5-1....................... 2:00p South Carolina State................. 2-0....................... 7:00p William & Mary........................ 4-0....................... 2:00p vs. Butler.................................. 1-0....................... 4:00p (Notre Dame Tournament) at Notre Dame.......................... 0-0....................... 2:00p (Notre Dame Tournament) vs. IUPUI.................................. 1-0........................ Noon (Notre Dame Tournament) at Michigan.............................. 0-0....................... 6:30p (ACC/Big Ten Challenge) Georgetown.............................. 1-2....................... 7:00p at South Florida........................ 3-1....................... 7:00p at Jacksonville.......................... 1-0....................... 7:00p Maryland - Eastern Shore........ 1-0....................... 7:00p Furman..................................... 5-3....................... 7:00p Appalachian State.................. 12-10..................... 2:00p Princeton.................................. 6-1....................... 2:00p SMU.......................................... 1-1....................... 7:00p Hampton.................................. 2-0....................... 7:00p at NC State.............................. 9-59.......... RSN..... 7:00p Virginia Tech............................. 7-8....................... 7:00p Georgia Tech........................... 23-33......... RSN..... 7:00p at North Carolina.................... 12-57..................... 7:00p Clemson.................................. 14-47..................... 2:00p at Maryland............................ 12-50......... RSN..... 8:30p Boston College.......................... 2-3........... RSN..... 7:00p at Virginia............................... 3-60...................... 7:00p at Virginia Tech........................ 7-8....................... 2:00p Duke....................................... 18-51......... RSN..... 8:30p Florida State........................... 14-22..................... 7:00p at Miami................................... 6-3....................... 7:00p at Clemson.............................. 14-47..................... 7:00p NC State.................................. 9-59...................... 2:00p ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC

ACC Women’s Basketball


Wake Forest 2009-10 STATISTICS (18-14, 7-7 ACC) 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 20 Brittany Waters.......... 32..... 32......... 796......24.9...... 150.... 395.......380....... 34.... 135.......252.. 103.... 149......691.... 80......97.....177....5.5......85..... 3..... 37.....82....28...... 40....... 437.......13.7 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 318......22.7........ 55.... 150.......367....... 11...... 45.......244.... 33...... 54......611.... 31......39.......70....5.0......34..... 1..... 14.....35....12...... 15....... 154.......11.0 23 Secily Ray.................. 31..... 31......... 979......31.6...... 124.... 312.......397....... 20...... 59.......339.... 75.... 115......652.... 88....153.....241....7.8......75..... 2..... 35.....88....21...... 39....... 343.......11.1 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 457......32.6........ 59.... 146.......404....... 11...... 33.......333.... 48...... 66......727.... 41......72.....113....8.1......38..... 2..... 14.....38....10...... 19....... 177.......12.6 21 Sandra Garcia............ 31..... 29......... 825......26.6...... 111.... 255.......435......... 7...... 39.......179.... 70...... 95......737.. 104....117.....221....7.1......83..... 3..... 16.....50....19...... 24....... 299.........9.6 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 357......25.5........ 53.... 115.......461......... 4...... 19.......211.... 38...... 49......776.... 39......42.......81....5.8......41..... 1....... 6.....19......5........ 6....... 148.......10.6 03 Camille Collier............ 31....... 7......... 461......14.9........ 52.... 167.......311....... 39.... 132.......295...... 9...... 10......900.... 14......36.......50....1.6......27..... 0..... 10.....24......0...... 17....... 152.........4.9 ....................................... 13....... 0......... 202......15.5........ 23...... 74.......311....... 17...... 61.......279...... 6........ 6...1.000...... 1......10.......11....0.8........9..... 0....... 2.......8......0........ 6......... 69.........5.3 22 Lakevia Boykin.......... 32....... 5......... 494......15.4........ 57.... 161.......354....... 17...... 53.......321.... 18...... 26......692.... 23......32.......55....1.7......29..... 1..... 34.....39......0...... 15....... 149.........4.7 ....................................... 14....... 3......... 182......13.0........ 19...... 63.......302......... 9...... 29.......310...... 2........ 5......400...... 5......17.......22....1.6........6..... 0..... 16.....15......0........ 4......... 49.........3.5 01 Brooke Thomas.......... 32..... 31......... 787......24.6........ 43.... 162.......265......... 8...... 26.......308.... 53...... 71......746.... 20......62.......82....2.6......90..... 4... 126...141......6...... 66....... 147.........4.6 ....................................... 14..... 14......... 361......25.8........ 19...... 64.......297......... 1........ 9.......111.... 29...... 39......744...... 7......24.......31....2.2......40..... 3..... 58.....65......0...... 23......... 68.........4.9 05 Courteney Morris....... 30..... 21......... 792......26.4........ 47.... 137.......343....... 23...... 88.......261.... 13...... 21......619.... 30......97.....127....4.2......69..... 1..... 36.....41......4...... 63....... 130.........4.3 ....................................... 14..... 11......... 396......28.3........ 18...... 57.......316....... 13...... 44.......295...... 8...... 12......667.... 13......51.......64....4.6......34..... 0..... 13.....18......2...... 33......... 57.........4.1 24 Asia Williams............. 30....... 0......... 449......15.0........ 45.... 101.......446......... 0...... 12.......000.... 28...... 59......475.... 43......70.....113....3.8......56..... 0..... 19.....42......1...... 28....... 118.........3.9 ....................................... 13....... 0......... 203......15.6........ 15...... 40.......375......... 0........ 6.......000.... 12...... 26......462.... 13......30.......43....3.3......31..... 0....... 7.....25......1...... 12......... 42.........3.2 33 Mykala Walker........... 24....... 3......... 259......10.8........ 25...... 70.......357......... 8...... 18.......444.... 17...... 24......708.... 25......29.......54....2.3......36..... 0....... 6.....15......8........ 8......... 75.........3.1 ....................................... 13....... 0......... 138......10.6........ 11...... 33.......333......... 3........ 9.......333...... 6...... 11......545.... 11......17.......28....2.2......18..... 0....... 2.......6......6........ 3......... 31.........2.4 10 Tiffany Roulhac.......... 32....... 1......... 448......14.0........ 24...... 66.......364....... 13...... 34.......382...... 4...... 13......308...... 0......17.......17....0.5......23..... 0..... 53.....48......4...... 21......... 65.........2.0 ....................................... 14....... 0......... 180......12.9........ 13...... 32.......406......... 8...... 17.......471...... 3........ 8......375...... 0........7.........7....0.5........8..... 0..... 17.....16......3........ 6......... 37.........2.6 11 Patrice Johnson.......... 13....... 0........... 57........4.4........ 10...... 32.......313......... 3...... 12.......250...... 2........ 4......500...... 8........7.......15....1.2......10..... 0....... 3.......7......2........ 4......... 25.........1.9 ......................................... 4....... 0........... 15........3.8.......... 1........ 9.......111......... 0........ 3.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 2........1.........3....0.8........3..... 0....... 1.......1......0........ 2........... 2.........0.5 25 Jessica Bryant............ 12....... 0........... 66........5.5.......... 3...... 10.......300......... 0........ 0.......000...... 1........ 4......250...... 2......10.......12....1.0........7..... 0....... 0.......7......4........ 1........... 7.........0.6 ......................................... 2....... 0........... 10........5.0.......... 0........ 2.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......1......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 15 Kem Wilson.................. 4....... 0........... 11........2.8.......... 1........ 1....1.000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 2......000...... 1........2.........3....0.8........0..... 0....... 0.......1......0........ 0........... 2.........0.5 ......................................... 1....... 0............. 2........2.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 13 Jessie Cain................... 5....... 0........... 26........5.2.......... 0........ 3.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 2......000...... 2........5.........7....1.4........3..... 0....... 0.......5......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 ......................................... 1....... 0............. 4........4.0.......... 0........ 1.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......1......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 30 Patrice Baptista........... 1....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........1.........1....1.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 ......................................... 0....... 0............. 0........0.0.......... 0........ 0.......000......... 0........ 0.......000...... 0........ 0......000...... 0........0.........0....0.0........0..... 0....... 0.......0......0........ 0........... 0.........0.0 TEAM.............................................................................................................................................................................. 52......50.....102....3.2........0.....................18............................................ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 23......29.......52....3.7........0.......................5............................................ Wake Forest..................... 32........................................... 692.. 1872.......370..... 172.... 608.......283.. 393.... 595......661.. 492....785...1277..39.9....593... 14... 375...608....97.... 326..... 1949.......60.9 ....................................... 14........................................... 286.... 786.......364....... 77.... 275.......280.. 185.... 276......670.. 186....339.....525..37.5....262..... 7... 150...253....39.... 129....... 834.......59.6 Opponents...................... 32........................................... 645.. 1703.......379..... 122.... 457.......267.. 442.... 651......679.. 388....790...1178..36.8....542...... -... 348...635..123.... 308..... 1854.......57.9 ....................................... 14........................................... 298.... 769.......388....... 59.... 198.......298.. 202.... 290......697.. 180....364.....544..38.9....247..... 3... 166...252....56.... 133....... 857.......61.2

2009-10 RESULTS

WF Opp Date Opponent AP USA AP USA Score N13........ Jacksonville . .................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 64-47 N18........ South Florida . .................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 62-45 N21........ at Miami (Ohio)................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 78-62 N23........ Coppin State . ................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 62-40 N25........ High Point ........................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 76-52 N29........ Presbyterian ..................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 66-25 (Big Ten/ACC Challenge) D2.......... Illinois............................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 50-65 D5.......... at Georgetown................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 56-73 D14........ North Florida . .................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 60-57 D17........ at South Carolina............................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 52-62 D19........ Wofford . ........................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 85-55 (San Diego State Tournament) D28........ at San Diego State............................. -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 62-63 D30........ vs. Valparaiso.................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 52-34 J4........... Richmond ......................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 54-64 J7........... Virginia Tech .................................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 66-63 J10......... at Duke.............................................. -.........-........9.....9.......... L, 51-65 J14......... at Georgia Tech.................................. -.........-.......21.... -........... L, 66-72 J17......... Miami . ............................................. -.........-.......25.... -.......... W, 67-64 J22......... at NC State ....................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 49-51 J24......... Clemson............................................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 63-43 J31......... Virginia ............................................ -.........-.......21...20........ W, 64-57 F5........... at Virginia Tech ................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 58-51 F7........... at Florida State.................................. -.........-.......16...12......... L, 38-83 F11......... Maryland ......................................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 65-70 F14......... at Boston College.............................. -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 60-56 F18......... North Carolina . ................................ -.........-........ -...... -.....L, 59-65 (ot) F22......... North Carolina Central....................... -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 76-63 F25......... NC State............................................ -.........-........ -...... -.......... W, 66-50 F28......... at Clemson........................................ -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 62-67 (ACC WBK Tournament, Greensboro, NC) M4......... vs. #12 Miami................................... -.........-........ -...... -.... W, 66-65 (ot) M5......... vs. #4 Georgia Tech.......................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 45-52 (WNIT Tournament) M18....... North Carolina A&T........................... -.........-........ -...... -........... L, 49-73

ACC Women’s Basketball

ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS

YR GMS FG-FGA PCT

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

3-POINT FG-FGA PCT

FT-FTA

PCT

REB-AVG PTS-AVG

11 statistics not available 496-45.1 16 statistics not available 923-57.7 10 statistics not available 523-52.3 20 statistics not available 1306-65.3 14 statistics not available 847-60.5 20 statistics not available 1184-59.2 23 494-1373 .360 264-469 .563 691-30.0 1256-54.6 21 543-1406 .386 234-383 .611 726-34.6 1319-62.8 27 710-1812 .392 339-504 .673 951-35.2 1759-65.1 28 787-1949 .404 393-584 .673 1002-35.8 1967-70.3 30 782-1903 .411 425-656 .648 1083-40.7 1989-66.3 28 823-1935 .425 427-628 .579 1044-37.3 2074-74.1 27 754-1759 .429 313-501 .625 940-38.6 1821-67.4 27 763-1702 .448 259-433 .598 1052-39.0 1785-66.1 29 880-1953 .451 392-566 .693 1041-35.9 2152-74.2 28 865-1884 .459 350-543 .645 1058-37.8 2081-74.3 31 916-1946 .471 44-131 .336 443-712 .622 1329-42.9 2319-74.8 28 866-1800 .481 60-169 .355 460-684 .673 1158-41.4 2252-80.4 30 817-1848 .442 81-256 .316 418-668 .626 1218-40.6 2133-71.1 28 772-1720 .449 89-254 .350 449-650 .691 1162-41.5 2082-74.4 28 609-1630 .374 84-309 .272 475-672 .707 1006-35.9 1777-63.5 28 732-1667 .439 121-361 .335 374-545 .686 980-35.0 1959-70.0 27 641-1502 .427 134-350 .383 323-449 .719 840-31.1 1739-64.4 27 695-1672 .416 98-302 .325 292-447 .653 945-35.0 1780-65.9 27 762-1684 .452 74-258 .287 301-477 .631 1080-40.0 1899-70.3 28 621-1585 .392 112-349 .321 375-591 .635 1081-38.6 1729-61.8 27 561-1469 .382 111-365 .304 318-506 .628 989-36.6 1551-57.4 28 656-1683 .390 172-502 .343 307-477 .644 1122-40.1 1791-64.0 28 595-1546 .385 103-407 .253 313-457 .685 1024-36.6 1606-57.4 28 672-1691 .397 98-366 .268 335-520 .644 1085-38.8 1777-63.5 28 639-1683 .380 151-487 .310 272-461 .590 1097-39.2 1701-60.8 28 682-1791 .381 158-531 .298 316-496 .637 1130-40.4 1838.65.6 29 663-1654 .401 156-472 .331 393-591 .665 1011-34.9 1874-64.6 32 759-1930 .393 275-859 .320 461-612 .753 1229-38.4 2254-70.4 28 653-1693 .386 215-643 .334 397-548 .724 1030-36.8 1918-68.5 29 605-1717 .352 135-480 .281 293-464 .631 1120-38.6 1638-56.5 30 646-1716 .376 158-487 .324 244-400 .610 1187-39.6 1694-56.5 31 738-1938 .381 179-604 .296 378-566 .668 1166-37.6 2033-65.6 32 692-1872 .370 172-608 .283 393-595 .661 1277-39.9 1949-60.9

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Wake Forest Mike Petersen Mike Petersen enters his seventh season at Wake Forest after taking the reins of the program in April 2004 ... In his first year at the helm, Petersen guided the Demon Deacons to a 17-15 record, marking their first winning season since 1991 ... Petersen also led Wake Forest to the quarterfinals of the WNIT in the school’s second-ever postseason appearance, and first since 1988 ... In 2009, Petersen guided the Demon Deacons to a 19-12 overall mark, the second-best record in program history, and earned a berth in Wake’s third all-time appearance in postseason play since 1982 ... The Deacs ended their season on their home court at the Joel Coliseum, falling 72-61 to Georgetown in the second round of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament ... Wake Forest made its second consecutive appearance in the WNIT in 2010 as Petersen guided the squad to a 18-14 overall record… Petersen came to Winston-Salem after five years with the Minnesota Golden Gopher men’s basketball program, where he served as associate head coach for his final four years there ... Petersen joined the Golden Gophers in 1999 after serving three seasons as head coach of the TCU women’s basketball program from 1996-99 ... After inheriting a program that went 3-52 in the two years prior to his arrival, Petersen guided the Horned Frogs to the program’s first-ever winning season, first-ever conference tournament victory and a then-school-record 16 wins in 1999 ... Prior to taking over at TCU, Petersen was the women’s head coach at New Mexico State University, where he went 81-38 from 1992-96 ... Petersen spent three years as an assistant coach with the men’s program at the University of Oregon prior to his stint at New Mexico State ... Before his move to Oregon, Petersen was the head women’s coach at Gonzaga University, where he posted a 65-48 record in four seasons ... In 15 years as a women’s basketball head coach, Petersen has produced 10 winning seasons, including four with at least 20 wins ... Before moving into the coaching ranks, Petersen enjoyed a stellar college playing career ... He began his collegiate career at the College of the Redwoods in Eureka, Calif ... After two seasons, he transferred to Northwest Christian College, an NAIA school in Eugene, Ore.

THE PETERSEN RECORD

WAKE FOREST COACHING COUNTS Year Coach Overall ACC 1972 Nora Lynn Finch 5-6 - 1973 Nora Lynn Finch 12-4 - Totals Nora Lynn Finch 17-10 -

ACC Tourn - - -

Non- ACC 5-6 12-4 17-10

PostSeason -

1974 Totals

Gail Klock Gail Klock

5-5 5-5

- -

- -

5-5 5-5

-

1975 1976 Totals

Sharron Perkins Sharron Perkins Sharron Perkins

9-11 4-10 13-21

- - -

- - -

9-11 4-10 13-21

-

1977 1978 1979 Totals

Barbara Warren Barbara Warren Barbara Warren Barbara Warren

6-14 4-19 2-19 12-52

- 2-4 0-6 2-10

- 0-1 0-1 0-2

6-14 2-15 6-11 14-40

-

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 Totals

Wanda Briley Wanda Briley Wanda Briley Wanda Briley Wanda Briley Wanda Briley Wanda Briley

7-20 10-18 13-17 14-14 13-14 14-13 71-96

1-8 0-8 1-9 0-7 2-12 4-10 8-54

0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-6

10-8 12-7 14-6 11-1 10-2 11-2 68-26

-

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Totals

Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez Joe Sanchez

16-13 13-15 23-8 16-12 16-14 15-13 10-18 109-93

4-10 3-11 9-5 6-8 5-9 5-9 1-15 33-67

1-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-7

10-3 13-2 10-3 11-4 10-3 9-2 9-1 72-18

NCAA 1-1 -

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

Karen Freeman Karen Freeman Karen Freeman Karen Freeman Karen Freeman Karen Freeman

14-14 8-19 11-16 13-14 12-16 58-79

4-12 3-13 4-12 6-10 3-13 20-60

1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-5

4-5 7-3 7-3 8-2 4-6 30-19

-

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Totals

Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis Charlene Curtis

4-23 8-20 7-21 11-17 12-16 13-15 12-17 67-129

0-16 3-13 3-13 3-13 5-11 3-13 4-12 21-91

0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-7

4-6 4-7 8-3 7-4 10-1 7-4 13-3 53-28

-

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Mike Petersen Mike Petersen Mike Petersen Mike Petersen Mike Petersen Mike Petersen Mike Petersen

17-15 12-16 9-20 15-15 19-12 18-14 90-92

3-11 3-11 0-14 2-12 5-9 7-7 20-64

1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-6

9-5 9-5 13-2 13-2 13-2 10-6 67-13

WNIT 2-1 WNIT 0-1 WNIT 0-1

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Head Coaching Experience: at Gonzaga:.......................................... 65-48 (4) at New Mexico State:............................ 81-38 (4) at TCU:.................................................. 42-41 (3) at Wake Forest:...................................... 90-92 (6) Career:............................................ 278-219 (18) Education: Northwest Christian College........................1983 Career Coaching Records: 1986 - Gonzaga......................................... 21-10 1987 - Gonzaga......................................... 11-16 1988 - Gonzaga........................................... 18-9 1989 - Gonzaga......................................... 15-13 1993 - New Mexico State........................... 17-11 1994 - New Mexico State............................. 24-8 1995 - New Mexico State............................. 20-9 1996 - New Mexico State........................... 20-10 1997 - TCU................................................. 13-14 1998 - TCU................................................. 13-15 1999 - TCU................................................. 16-12 2005 - Wake Forest.................................... 17-15 2006 - Wake Forest.................................... 12-16 2007 - Wake Forest...................................... 9-20 2008 - Wake Forest.................................... 15-15 2009 - Wake Forest.................................... 19-12 2010 - Wake Forest.................................... 18-14 Wake Forest Totals: Overall Record:............................ 442-577 (.434) ACC Record:................................. 104-346 (.231) ACC Tournament Record:.................. 10-33 (.233) Postseason Record:.............................. 3-4 (.429) NCAA Record:...................................... 1-1 (.500) WNIT Record:....................................... 2-3 (.400)

ACC Women’s Basketball


Wake Forest INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 40.................................................Liz Strunk vs. Clemson, 2-21-05 Field Goals Made:...................... 16......................Jenny Mitchell (16-20) vs. West Virginia, 12-1-91 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 7................................. Cotelia Bond-Young vs. Kentucky 12-30-04 ..................................................................................... Janae Whiteside (7-8) vs. Virginia, 2-27-99 Free Throws Made:..................... 18........................... Nicole Levesque (18-19) vs. Bradley, 12-7-91 Rebounds:.................................. 22............................................ Tracy Connor vs. NC State, 1-21-93 Assists:....................................... 16................................. Gretchen Hollifield vs. Canisius, 12-21-94 Steals:........................................ 9..................................Sonya Henderson vs. Georgia Tech, 2-9-85 Blocked Shots:........................... 9.......................... Mekia Valentine vs. Western Carolina, 11-14-06 INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 576................................................................... Tracy Connor, 1993 Scoring Average:....................... 20.6...............................................Tracy Connor (28 games), 1993 Field Goal Percentage:............... 64.7......................................................Lisa Dodd (172-266), 1988 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 42.9............................................. Nicole Levesque (54-126), 1991 Free Throw Percentage:............. 88.9......................................................... Alice Neal (56-63), 1989 Rebounds:.................................. 316................................................Tracy Connor (28 games), 1993 Assists:....................................... 181...................................... Gretchen Hollifield (27 games), 1996 Steals:........................................ 88..................................................Amy Privette (28 games), 1987 Blocked Shots:........................... 61...................................................... Lisa Dodd (31 games), 1988 TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Points:........................................ 122..............................................Delaware State (122-71), 1-2-88 Fewest Points Allowed:.............. 21........................................................... Guilford (55-21), 2-10-72 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 67............................................ Coastal Carolina (101-34), 12-1-86 Field Goals Made:...................... 53..................................................Delaware State (53-96), 1-2-88 3-Point Field Goals Made:.......... 16.......................................................... Clemson (16-30), 2-12-06 Free Throws Made:..................... 40....................................................Coppin State (40-58), 12-2-88 Rebounds:.................................. 71................................................................ Coppin State, 12-2-88 Assists:....................................... 34.............................................................. Delaware State, 1-2-88 Steals:........................................ 28.........................................................UNC Greensboro, 11-17-08 Blocked Shots:........................... 11..........................................................................Liberty, 12-5-00 TEAM SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Points:........................................ 2,319.....................................................................31 games, 1988 Scoring Average:....................... 80.4.................................................28 games, 2,252 points, 1989 Largest Victory Margin:.............. 67............................................ Coastal Carolina (101-34), 12-1-86 Field Goal Percentage:............... 48.1.......................................................................866-1800, 1989 3-Point Field Goal Percentage:.. 38.3.........................................................................134-350, 1994 Free Throw Percentage:............. 72.4.........................................................................397-548, 2006 Rebounds:.................................. 1,329.....................................................................31 games, 1988 Assists:....................................... 563........................................................................31 games, 1988 Steals:........................................ 381........................................................................31 games, 2009 Blocked Shots:........................... 104........................................................................28 games, 2001

ACC Women’s Basketball

CAREER STATISTICAL LEADERS Points......................................... G.......... Pts........Avg Jenny Mitchell (87-91)................117........1728........14.8 Amy Privette (83-87)..................110........1722........15.7 Nicole Levesque (90-94).............111........1663........15.0 Tracy Connor (92-97)....................95........1619........17.0 Cotelia Bond-Young (02-06)........118........1507........12.8 Liz Strunk (02-06).......................114........1352........11.9 Lisa Stockton (82-86)..................110........1347........12.2 Jane Jackson (76-80)....................85........1339........15.8 Alice Neal (85-89).......................113........1214........10.7 Alex Tchangoue (05-09)..............118........1212........10.3 Scoring Average........................ G.......... Pts........Avg Tracy Connor (92-97)....................95........1619........17.0 Jane Jackson (76-80)....................85........1339........15.8 Amy Privette (83-87)..................110........1722........15.7 Nicole Levesque (90-94).............111........1663........15.0 Jenny Mitchell (87-91)................117........1728........14.8 Rebounds . ................................ G......... Rbs........Avg Jenny Mitchell (87-91)................117........1006..........8.6 Alex Tchangoue (05-09)..............118..........759..........6.4 Corrine Groves (05-10)................111..........745..........6.7 Tracy Connor (92-97)....................95..........906..........9.5 RaeAnna Mulholland (93-97).......88..........650..........7.4 Erin Ferrell (01-05).....................117..........626..........5.4 Lindsay Seawright (93-97)...........98..........620..........6.3 Barbara Buchanan (80-84).........113..........619..........5.5 Barbara Durham (78-81)............102..........599..........5.9 Amy Privette (83-87)..................110..........596..........5.4 Rebounding Average................. G......... Rbs........Avg Tracy Connor (92-97)....................95..........906..........9.5 Jenny Mitchell (87-91)................117........1006..........8.6 Phyllis Edwards (87-89)...............59..........461..........7.8 RaeAnna Mulholland (93-97).......88..........650..........7.4 Laura Coakley (91-94)..................64..........445..........7.0 Steals . ...................................... G......... Stls........Avg Amy Privette (83-87)..................110..........287..........2.6 Alex Tchangoue (05-09)..............118..........244..........2.1 Nicole Levesque (90-94).............111..........221..........2.0 Cotelia Bond-Young (02-06)........118..........210..........1.8 Lisa Stockton (82-86)..................110..........206..........1.9 Assists . ..................................... G........ Asts........Avg Nicole Levesque (90-94).............111..........488..........4.4 Cotelia Bond-Young (02-06)........118..........462..........3.9 Gretchen Hollifield (92-96).........102..........453..........4.4 Amy Privette (83-87)..................110..........424..........3.9 Cathy Wille (86-90).....................112..........396..........3.5 Blocked Shots............................ G........ Blks........Avg Lisa Dodd (86-91).......................117..........153..........1.3 Mekia Valentine (06-08)...............59............94..........1.6 Chante Stiers (82-85)....................86............84..........0.9 LaChina Robinson (99-02)..........112............77..........0.7 Jenny Mitchell (88-91)................117............76..........0.6

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2010 – 2011

She Can Play!® HISTORY &

RECORDS A Tradition of Excellence…Then, Now and Always


ACC YEAR BY YEAR OUTSIDE THE ACC Year

NCAA

WNIT

Non-ACC

1978-79 ­—

84-46 (.646)

1979-80

(3) 4-5

97-64 (.602)

1980-81

91-60 (.603)

1981-82

(3) 4-3

92-48 (.657)

1982-83

(3) 1-3

77-33 (.700)

1983-84

(4) 2-4

(1) 2-1

78-27 (.743)

1984-85

(3) 1-3

74-25 (.747)

1985-86

(4) 1-4

(1) 1-2

79-28 (.738)

1986-87

(4) 3-4

76-31 (.710)

1987-88

(4) 5-4

80-27 (.748)

1988-89

(4) 6-4

84-31 (.730)

1989-90

(4) 7-4

88-28 (.759)

1990-91

(4) 7-4

91-23 (.798)

1991-92

(4) 7-4

(1) 3-0

97-15 (.866)

1992-93

(5) 4-5

74-23 (.763)

1993-94

(3) 9-2

69-27 (.719)

1994-95

(4) 8-4

(1) 2-1

84-31 (.730)

1995-96

(4) 6-4

78-26 (.750)

1996-97

(6) 5-6

75-29 (.721)

1997-98 (5) 12-5

79-30 (.725)

1998-99 (5) 10-5

74-37 (.667)

1999-00

(5) 7-5

(2) 4-2

88-31 (.739)

2000-01

(6) 6-6

(1) 0-1

87-30 (.744)

2001-02

(4) 6-4

(1) 0-1

82-31 (.726)

2002-03

(4) 6-4

(1) 1-1

80-34 (.702)

2003-04

(4) 4-4

(2) 1-2

86-33 (.723)

2004-05

(7) 9-7

(1) 2-1

125-37 (.772)

2005-06 (7) 19-6

(2) 3-2

153-35 (.814)

2006-07 (6) 12-6

(2) 3-2

154-48 (.762)

2007-08 (6) 10-6

(2) 4-2

155-51 (.752)

2008-09

(6) 8-6

(2) 3-2

157-44 (.781)

2009-10

(6) 6-6

(3) 7-3

153-52 (.746)

YEAR 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME #2 Maryland 89 d. #1 NC State 82 #1 Maryland 75 d. #2 NC State 73 #1 NC State 85 d. #2 Maryland 75 #3 Maryland 64 d. #4 NC State 63 #3 Maryland 93 d. #4 Clemson 81 #3 Maryland 84 d. #1 NC State 81 #5 North Carolina 99 d. #3 NC State 76 #1 NC State 81 d. #2 North Carolina 80 #5 Maryland 92 d. #2 North Carolina 74 #2 NC State 57 d. #1 Virginia 56 #2 Maryland 76 d. #1 Virginia 70 #1 Maryland 89 d. #2 NC State 57 #2 Virginia 67 d. #1 NC State 64 (ot) #3 NC State 84 d. #4 Clemson 61 #1 Virginia 70 d. #7 Georgia Tech 69 #1 Virginia 106 d. #2 Maryland 103 (3ot) #2 North Carolina 77 d. #1 Virginia 60 #2 North Carolina 95 d. #4 Duke 70 #4 Clemson 71 d. #2 Duke 54 #1 North Carolina 62 d. #6 Clemson 58 #4 North Carolina 81 d. #2 Clemson 50 #4 Clemson 87 d. #3 North Carolina 72 #2 Duke 79 d. #5 North Carolina 76 #1 Duke 57 d. #3 NC State 45 #1 Duke 87 d. #2 North Carolina 80 #1 Duke 77 d. #2 North Carolina 59 #1 Duke 63 d. #2 Noth Carolina 47 #1 North Carolina 88 d. #2 Duke 67 #1 North Carolina 91 d. #3 Maryland 80 #2 North Carolina 60 d. #4 NC State 54 #1 North Carolina 86 d. #3 Duke 73 #1 Maryland 92 d. #3 Duke 89 (ot) #1 Duke 70 d. #6 NC State 60

HEAD COACH TOURNAMENT SITE ATTND. Chris Weller Charlottesville, Va. 2,750 Chris Weller Raleigh, N.C. 6,800 Kay Yow College Park, Md. 4,212 Chris Weller Clemson, S.C. 1,500 Chris Weller Raleigh, N.C. 5,192 Chris Weller Fayetteville, N.C. 6,374 Jennifer Alley Fayetteville, N.C. 9,045 Kay Yow Fayetteville, N.C. 7,842 Chris Weller Fayetteville, N.C. 7,981 Kay Yow Fayetteville, N.C. 10,745 Chris Weller Fayetteville, N.C. 7,236 Chris Weller Fayetteville, N.C. 7,236 Debbie Ryan Fayetteville, N.C. 9,567 Kay Yow Fayetteville, N.C. 13,405 Debbie Ryan Rock Hill, S.C. 19,975 Debbie Ryan Rock Hill, S.C. 19,388 Sylvia Hatchell Rock Hill, S.C. 20,365 Sylvia Hatchell Rock Hill, S.C. 21,953 Jim Davis Rock Hill, S.C. 19,948 Sylvia Hatchell Charlotte, N.C. 20,413 Sylvia Hatchell Charlotte, N.C. 20,038 Jim Davis Charlotte, N.C. 22,875 Gail Goestenkors Greensboro, N.C. 26,655 Gail Goestenkors Greensboro, N.C. 30,059 Gail Goestenkors Greensboro, N.C. 27,396 Gail Goestenkors Greensboro, N.C. 33,642 Gail Goestenkors Greensboro, N.C. 41,653 Sylvia Hatchell Greensboro, N.C. 48,108 Sylvia Hatchell Greensboro, N.C. 64,152 Sylvia Hatchell Greensboro, N.C. 69,157 Sylvia Hatchell Greensboro, N.C. 72,114 Brenda Frese Greensboro, N.C. 73,187 Joanne P. McCallie Greensboro, N.C. 66,138

Chris Weller

Sylvia Hatchell

Kay Yow

Gail Goestenkors

Debbie Ryan

Jim Davis

Jennifer Alley

Brenda Frese

ALL-TIME TOTALS NCAA (134) 191-132 (.591) WNIT (26) 40-28 (.588) Non-ACC 3,041-1,115 (.732)

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ACC YEAR BY YEAR YEAR 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

ACC MD MD NCST MD MD MD UNC NCST MD NCST MD MD UVA NCST UVA UVA UNC UNC CU UNC UNC CU DU DU DU DU DU UNC UNC UNC UNC MD DU

REG SEASON NCST MD NCST CU MD NCST UVA NCST UVA UVA MD & UVA MD NCST UVA UVA UVA UVA UVA UVA UNC DU DU UVA DU DU DU DU UNC & DU UNC DU UNC MD & FSU DU & FSU

PLAYER — — — — — — Tresa Brown, UNC Pam Leake, UNC Pam Leake, UNC Chris Moreland, DU Donna Holt, UVA Vicky Bullett, MD Andrea Stinson,NCST Dawn Staley, UVA Dawn Staley, UVA Heather Burge, UVA Jessica Barr, CU Wendy Palmer, UVA Wendy Palmer, UVA Tracy Reid, UNC Tracy Reid, UNC Summer Erb, NCST Georgia Schweitzer, DU Georgia Schweitzer, DU Alana Beard, DU Alana Beard, DU Alana Beard, DU Monique Currie, DU Ivory Latta, UNC Lindsey Harding, DU Crystal Langhorne, MD Kristi Toliver, MD Monica Wright, UVA

COACH — — — — — — Debbie Ryan, UVA Debbie Ryan, UVA Debbie Leonard, DU Debbie Ryan, UVA Joe Sanchez, WF Chris Weller, MD Jim Davis, CU Debbie Ryan, UVA Chris Weller, MD Debbie Ryan, UVA Jim Davis, CU Debbie Ryan, UVA Gail Goestenkors, DU Sylvia Hatchell, UNC Gail Goestenkors, DU Gail Goestenkors, DU Debbie Ryan, UVA Sue Semrau, FSU Gail Goestenkors, DU Gail Goestenkors, DU Gail Goestenkors, DU Sue Semrau, FSU Sylvia Hatchell, UNC Gail Goestenkors, DU Sylvia Hatchell, UNC Sue Semrau, FSU Joanne P. McCallie, DU

ROOKIE — — — — — — Dawn Royster, UNC Chris Moreland, DU Katie Meier, DU Beth Hunt, MD Carla Holmes, MD Dawn Staley, UVA Kerry Boyatt, CU Bonnie Rimkus, MD Charlotte Smith, UNC Tracy Connor, WF Tora Suber, UVA Chasity Melvin, NCST Chanel Wright, UNC Katie Smrcka-Duffy, NCST Nikki Teasley, UNC Niesha Butler, GT Schuye LaRue, UVA Alana Beard, DU Brandi Teamer, UVA La’Tangela Atkinson, UNC Camille Little, UNC Crystal Langhorne, MD Marissa Coleman, MD Monica Wright, UVA Stefanie Murphy, BC Lynetta Kizer, MD Marissa Kastanek, NCS

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th

Boston College.......... 0

0

0

0 0-1 0-1 1-0

0

0

Clemson.................... 1 1-1 5-4 7-1 2-1 1-1 1-1

0

2 0-2 1-1

Duke...................... 7-2 2-1 1-3 3-1

1

1

0

0

2 2-2

3

0

0

0 1-2 1-2 6-1 8-1 7-1

0

0 0-1

5 3-1

Florida State.......... 0-2

0 0-2 2-1 1-2

Georgia Tech............. 0

0

0

2

1

0

Maryland............... 3-2 5-4 1-3

2 2-1 3-1 1-1 1-1

2

0

0

Miami....................... 0

0

0 1-3

0

3

0

0

0

NC State.................... 5 5-2 4-6 0-1 2-2

3 0-1 1-1

0

0

0

Virginia................ 10-1

3 3-2

2 3-2

4

1

1

1

0

0

Virginia Tech............. 0

0

0

0

0 0-1

2

0

0 0-3

0

Wake Forest............... 0

0

1

0 3-1 1-2 5-2 6-2

6 2-1

1

0

0

North Carolina....... 3-1 8-2 3-3 3-1

0 0-1 3

0 0-1

1 1-1

SIXTH PLAYER — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Jessica Breland, UNC Bonae Holston, NCST Alex Montgomery, GT

ACC TOURNAMENT TITLES

REGULAR-SEASON FINISHES School

DEF. PLAYER — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Nikita Bell, UNC Lindsey Harding, DU Lindsey Harding, DU LaToya Pringle, UNC Chante Black, DU Monica Wright, UVA

ACC Titles By Team: North Carolina....................... 9 Maryland............................... 9 Duke...................................... 6 NC State................................. 4 Virginia.................................. 3 Clemson................................. 2 ACC Titles By Coach: Sylvia Hatchell...................... 8 Chris Weller............................ 8 Gail Goestenkors.................... 5 Kay Yow................................. 4 Debbie Ryan.......................... 3 Jim Davis............................... 2 Joanne P. McCallie................. 1 Brenda Frese.......................... 1 Jennifer Alley......................... 1

ACC Tournament Sites: Greensboro, N.C................... 11 Fayetteville, N.C..................... 9 Rock Hill, S.C......................... 5 Charlotte, N.C........................ 3 Raleigh, N.C........................... 2 Charlottesville, Va.................. 1 Clemson, S.C.......................... 1 College Park, Md................... 1 ACC Tournament by State: North Carolina..................... 25 South Carolina....................... 6 Maryland............................... 1 Virginia.................................. 1

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ACC STANDINGS 1977-78 Team W L NC State.................. 9 0 Maryland................ 5 1 North Carolina........ 6 4 Clemson.................. 4 4 Wake Forest............. 2 4 Virginia................... 1 6 Duke....................... 0 8

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 91.0 62.3 29 5 83.9 64.3 88.5 65.6 27 4 89.6 68.4 79.5 71.8 16 13 75.8 72.5 88.5 76.4 21 11 85.1 71.9 54.5 83.2 4 19 54.6 74.4 59.2 71.0 8 17 55.2 64.5 54.4 92.8 1 19 56.7 84.6

1978 ACC Tournament, Charlottesville, Va., (Feb. 9-11)

1978-79 Team W L Maryland................ 6 1 NC State.................. 7 2 Clemson.................. 6 2 North Carolina........ 4 5 Duke....................... 3 6 Virginia................... 2 4 Wake Forest............. 0 7 Georgia Tech........... 0 1

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 81.1 64.9 22 7 76.4 65.4 85.3 66.0 27 7 90.7 65.1 82.6 68.0 20 10 79.0 68.4 75.7 73.6 18 14 77.5 72.3 61.1 74.1 11 11 66.4 67.0 65.0 71.3 16 12 64.2 59.6 55.9 92.0 2 19 62.8 87.8 55.0 70.0 18 8 74.6 64.1

1979 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C., (Feb. 8-10)

1979-80 Team W L NC State.................. 9 0 Maryland................ 5 2 Clemson.................. 6 3 Duke....................... 5 5 North Carolina........ 5 5 Virginia................... 3 5 Georgia Tech........... 1 7 Wake Forest............. 1 8

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 85.4 62.7 28 8 79.6 63.7 83.3 65.6 21 9 80.3 67.0 85.3 72.2 24 12 83.4 72.4 64.4 77.7 14 13 69.4 73.5 76.2 71.5 21 15 77.1 71.1 72.3 64.3 20 12 68.3 59.3 65.5 86.4 2 23 67.8 82.8 62.1 90.8 7 20 65.1 81.9

1980 ACC Tournament, College Park, Md., (Feb. 8-10)

1980-81 Team W L Clemson.................. 6 1 NC State.................. 7 2 Maryland................ 5 2 Virginia................... 5 3 North Carolina........ 5 4 Duke....................... 3 6 Georgia Tech........... 1 6 Wake Forest............. 0 8

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 74.9 66.7 23 8 76.2 70.3 76.8 65.9 21 10 79.2 69.3 75.9 65.3 19 9 74.2 66.7 70.6 62.9 22 10 64.8 56.7 69.0 65.4 17 14 74.2 71.4 68.6 73.6 12 13 69.3 71.0 60.9 73.6 8 19 68.1 74.3 61.4 85.0 10 18 70.3 76.9

1981 ACC Tournament, Clemson, S.C., (Feb. 12-14)

1981-82 Team W L Maryland................ 6 1 NC State................ 11 2 North Carolina...... 10 3 Clemson.................. 6 3 Virginia................... 3 7 Duke....................... 3 8 Georgia Tech........... 2 9 Wake Forest............. 1 9

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 75.4 64.4 25 7 75.4 66.1 74.7 62.6 24 7 74.9 62.9 77.0 66.0 17 12 79.1 70.7 79.6 71.3 20 12 78.6 72.3 64.7 63.7 17 11 67.1 57.5 60.8 69.3 14 15 65.6 65.0 56.4 66.9 9 16 59.2 66.8 56.6 78.9 13 17 66.3 73.8

1982 ACC Tournament, Raleigh, N.C., (Feb. 26-28)

1982-83 Team W L NC State................ 12 1 Maryland.............. 10 3 North Carolina...... 10 3 Duke....................... 6 7 Clemson.................. 5 8 Virginia................... 4 9 Georgia Tech........... 2 11 Wake Forest............. 0 7

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 82.2 66.5 22 8 82.6 68.1 77.1 65.9 26 5 80.3 64.5 85.5 73.8 22 8 85.5 74.5 69.5 69.3 15 10 74.4 66.1 77.2 80.1 12 17 74.4 79.3 70.0 73.9 15 13 70.0 67.8 59.4 77.8 10 19 64.6 72.1 67.0 92.0 14 14 74.1 74.8

1983 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 4-6)

1983-84 Team W L Virginia................. 11 3 Maryland.............. 10 4 Clemson.................. 9 5 North Carolina........ 9 5 NC State.................. 9 5 Duke....................... 5 9 Wake Forest............. 2 12 Georgia Tech........... 1 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 76.2 67.7 22 7 75.4 65.4 72.6 62.8 19 10 74.2 65.6 74.6 73.6 21 10 80.0 73.3 75.4 72.5 24 8 76.0 68.8 77.6 69.9 23 9 75.8 68.7 65.8 72.6 13 14 69.9 67.5 63.6 79.1 13 14 67.4 72.1 64.8 77.6 9 19 66.9 71.6

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First Round Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#2 Maryland 103.................... #7 Duke 39 #3 Clemson 73.................... #6 Virginia 59 #4 North Carolina 79....#5 Wake Forest 52 #1 NC State 89............... North Carolina 58 Maryland 98............................. Clemson 76 Maryland 89.............................NC State 82

#2 NC State 100............#7 Wake Forest 43 #3 Clemson 81........................ #6 Duke 56 #4 North Carolina 86.......... #5 Virginia 51 #1 Maryland 71............. North Carolina 69 NC State 94............................... Clemson 65 Maryland 75.............................NC State 73

#2 Maryland 100..........#7 Wake Forest 49 #1 NC State 99............ #8 Georgia Tech 48 #3 Clemson 78.................... #6 Virginia 76 #4 North Carolina 85.............. #5 Duke 63 NC State 90..................... North Carolina 63 Maryland 92............................. Clemson 61 NC State 85............................. Maryland 75

#2 Virginia 61............. #7 Georgia Tech 49 #1 Clemson 90..............#8 Wake Forest 58 #3 Maryland 72...................... #6 Duke 49 #4 NC State 77......... #5 North Carolina 64 NC State 83............................... Clemson 68 Maryland 50.............................. Virginia 47 Maryland 64.............................NC State 63

#1 North Carolina 90....#8 Wake Forest 65 #4 Clemson 62............ #5 Georgia Tech 54 #2 NC State 69........................ #7 Duke 55 #3 Maryland 72.................. #6 Virginia 63 Clemson 84..................... North Carolina 76 Maryland 79.............................NC State 64 Maryland 93............................. Clemson 81

#1 NC State 104............#8 Wake Forest 66 #5 Clemson 93 (ot).................. #4 Duke 92 #2 North Carolina 85.. #7 Georgia Tech 80 #3 Maryland 70.................. #6 Virginia 63 NC State 103............................. Clemson 87 Maryland 88................... North Carolina 69 Maryland 84.............................NC State 81

1984 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 2-4) Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#1 Virginia 75............. #8 Georgia Tech 58 #5 North Carolina 74......... #4 Clemson 73 #2 Maryland 68............#7 Wake Forest 50 #3 NC State 81........................ #6 Duke 68 North Carolina 96...................... Virginia 68 NC State 76............................. Maryland 72 North Carolina 99.....................NC State 76

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1984-85 Team W L NC State................ 13 1 North Carolina...... 11 3 Virginia................... 9 5 Clemson.................. 8 6 Duke....................... 7 7 Maryland................ 4 10 Wake Forest............. 4 10 Georgia Tech........... 0 14

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 77.1 65.0 25 6 79.7 66.6 75.8 66.6 21 11 76.2 67.6 70.0 64.1 21 8 71.8 62.0 75.1 74.0 18 9 80.1 72.6 66.3 68.0 19 8 74.7 65.6 64.4 67.7 9 18 61.4 64.5 62.6 70.5 14 13 66.1 63.1 62.8 78.1 11 16 69.8 72.3

1985 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 1-3)

1985-86 Team W L Virginia................. 13 1 North Carolina...... 10 4 Duke....................... 9 5 NC State.................. 9 5 Maryland................ 6 8 Clemson.................. 4 10 Wake Forest............. 4 10 Georgia Tech........... 1 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 78.3 65.3 26 3 79.0 64.0 79.4 75.9 23 9 80.2 74.4 76.6 75.1 21 9 80.8 67.9 75.7 67.0 18 11 71.7 64.7 65.8 68.6 17 13 69.3 66.4 78.4 79.8 12 16 79.0 76.4 66.2 73.4 16 13 74.2 68.8 66.5 81.4 10 17 73.2 78.1

1986 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 1-3)

1986-87 Team W L Virginia................. 12 2 NC State................ 11 3 North Carolina........ 9 5 Duke....................... 7 7 Maryland................ 6 8 Georgia Tech........... 5 9 Clemson.................. 3 11 Wake Forest............. 3 11

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 76.8 63.0 26 5 75.8 60.6 74.4 69.1 24 7 74.7 67.7 76.4 71.9 19 10 75.5 68.7 73.3 72.4 19 10 74.0 68.1 75.2 72.6 15 14 75.0 67.9 73.9 79.4 14 13 74.4 72.3 73.4 83.3 7 21 72.5 77.6 69.4 80.7 13 15 74.3 73.9

1987 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (Feb. 28-March 2)

1987-88 Team W L Maryland.............. 12 2 Virginia................. 12 2 Wake Forest............. 9 5 Clemson.................. 8 6 Duke....................... 5 9 North Carolina........ 4 10 Georgia Tech........... 3 11 NC State.................. 3 11

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 83.6 73.4 26 6 82.6 71.8 79.3 66.9 27 5 77.5 65.6 69.0 68.3 23 8 74.8 63.9 74.7 70.5 21 9 74.5 65.2 68.4 71.8 17 11 73.8 68.7 65.1 72.3 10 17 70.3 74.6 74.8 82.7 11 16 77.7 79.6 70.2 79.0 10 17 70.3 74.3

1988 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 5-7)

1988-89 Team W L Maryland.............. 13 1 NC State................ 12 2 Clemson.................. 9 5 Virginia................... 8 6 Wake Forest............. 6 8 Georgia Tech........... 5 9 Duke....................... 2 12 North Carolina........ 1 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 88.0 68.6 29 3 85.3 66.4 83.8 74.6 24 7 81.6 70.0 75.6 68.2 20 11 73.9 66.6 83.1 73.9 21 10 80.0 74.1 76.0 78.4 16 12 80.4 70.6 76.9 87.9 14 14 75.9 79.3 73.5 82.5 12 16 75.1 76.6 71.4 86.1 10 20 76.0 82.6

1989-90 Team W L NC State................ 12 2 Virginia................. 11 3 Clemson................ 10 4 Maryland................ 7 7 Wake Forest............. 5 9 Duke....................... 4 10 Georgia Tech........... 4 10 North Carolina........ 3 11

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 82.0 71.1 25 6 84.1 69.5 75.8 66.1 29 6 76.1 67.0 71.4 66.6 22 10 70.8 65.9 69.8 68.1 19 11 74.2 65.7 66.9 67.0 16 14 71.1 65.4 67.3 73.4 15 13 70.7 68.0 69.0 78.6 13 17 73.2 75.6 69.6 80.7 13 15 76.4 75.0

1990 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 3-5)

1990-91 Team W L Virginia................. 14 0 Maryland................ 9 5 NC State.................. 9 5 Clemson.................. 8 6 Duke....................... 6 8 Wake Forest............. 5 9 Georgia Tech........... 3 11 North Carolina........ 2 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 94.5 72.4 31 3 88.6 64.9 71.7 71.6 17 13 76.3 70.7 89.1 79.4 27 6 90.9 73.0 67.5 66.6 22 11 71.2 65.1 65.4 72.9 16 12 69.3 69.0 67.6 72.9 15 13 74.4 69.7 76.7 83.9 15 13 84.3 76.9 66.0 78.9 12 16 72.8 73.7

1991 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 2-4)

Quarterfinals#1 NC State 87.............. #8 Georgia Tech 60 #5 Duke 81........................ #4 Clemson 76 #2 North Carolina 71.....#7 Wake Forest 64 #3 Virginia 64.................. #6 Maryland 53 Semifinals NC State 89.................................... Duke 57 North Carolina 76...................... Virginia 55 Finals NC State 81..................... North Carolina 80

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#1 Virginia 90............. #8 Georgia Tech 64 #5 Maryland 64.................#4 NC State 55 #2 North Carolina 88......... #7 Clemson 83 #6 Wake Forest 72................... #3 Duke 71 Maryland 92.............................. Virginia 68 North Carolina 67................Wake Forest 65 Maryland 92................... North Carolina 74

#1 Virginia 70...............#8 Wake Forest 56 #5 Maryland 64...................... #4 Duke 62 #2 NC State 79................... #7 Clemson 58 #3 North Carolina 64.. #6 Georgia Tech 54 Virginia 76.............................. Maryland 59 NC State 70..................... North Carolina 63 NC State 57................................ Virginia 56

#1 Virginia 82....................#8 NC State 64 #5 Clemson 81........................ #4 Duke 65 #2 Maryland 102........ #7 Georgia Tech 74 #3 Wake Forest 61.... #6 North Carolina 53 Virginia 82................................ Clemson 57 Maryland 71........................Wake Forest 57 Maryland 76.............................. Virginia 70

1989 ACC Tournament, Fayetteville, N.C., (March 4-6) Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#1 Maryland 93....... #8 North Carolina 68 #4 Virginia 68 (ot)........#5 Wake Forest 67 #2 NC State 89........................ #7 Duke 50 #3 Clemson 94............ #6 Georgia Tech 74 Maryland 89.............................. Virginia 66 NC State 93............................... Clemson 86 Maryland 89.............................NC State 57

#1 NC State 80......... #8 North Carolina 61 #4 Maryland 87............#5 Wake Forest 68 #2 Virginia 73............. #7 Georgia Tech 65 #3 Clemson 77........................ #6 Duke 68 NC State 66............................. Maryland 57 Virginia 84................................ Clemson 66 Virginia 67 (ot).........................NC State 64

#1 Virginia 90.......... #8 North Carolina 69 #4 Clemson 60........................ #5 Duke 58 #2 Maryland 91.......... #7 Georgia Tech 73 #3 NC State 92..............#6 Wake Forest 72 Clemson 65................................ Virginia 62 NC State 82............................. Maryland 75 NC State 84............................... Clemson 61

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ACC STANDINGS 1991-92 Team W L Virginia................. 15 1 Maryland.............. 13 3 Clemson.................. 9 7 North Carolina........ 9 7 Florida State........... 8 8 NC State.................. 7 9 Georgia Tech........... 6 10 Duke....................... 4 12 Wake Forest............. 1 15

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 81.1 61.1 32 2 82.0 59.4 76.6 66.3 25 6 79.1 62.7 71.3 68.3 21 10 76.8 66.8 69.9 66.6 22 9 76.2 64.0 68.5 73.3 17 11 75.7 72.6 79.3 84.2 16 12 83.6 76.7 69.8 72.3 20 13 77.3 69.6 62.4 73.8 14 15 70.0 69.1 69.8 77.9 10 18 63.5 72.0

1992 ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C., (March 6-9)

1992-93 Team W L Virginia................. 13 3 Maryland.............. 11 5 North Carolina...... 11 5 Georgia Tech........... 8 8 Clemson.................. 8 8 NC State.................. 8 8 Florida State........... 6 10 Wake Forest............. 4 12 Duke....................... 3 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 80.3 68.3 26 6 81.1 65.0 75.6 66.8 22 8 78.6 64.7 70.3 66.1 23 7 74.1 61.6 75.0 77.0 16 11 78.7 75.1 71.4 68.9 19 11 74.0 66.8 70.4 74.4 14 13 76.9 74.9 66.7 69.7 13 14 70.8 69.6 67.8 74.8 14 14 70.0 68.7 65.4 76.8 12 15 69.0 71.6

1993 ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C., (March 5-8)

1993-94 Team W L Virginia................. 15 1 North Carolina...... 14 2 Clemson................ 11 5 Maryland................ 8 8 Duke....................... 7 9 NC State.................. 6 10 Georgia Tech........... 5 11 Wake Forest............. 3 13 Florida State........... 3 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 75.8 62.2 27 5 74.8 62.8 82.3 65.5 33 2 84.4 62.0 69.5 61.9 20 10 71.5 61.4 68.3 63.0 15 13 70.3 61.1 65.4 68.1 16 11 76.1 66.2 62.3 68.8 13 14 67.3 69.4 61.6 70.1 12 15 64.4 68.1 61.1 71.4 8 19 64.4 71.1 55.9 71.3 6 21 58.3 71.3

1994 ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C., (March 4-7)

1994-95 Team W L Virginia................. 16 0 North Carolina...... 12 4 NC State................ 11 5 Duke..................... 10 6 Clemson.................. 9 7 Georgia Tech........... 5 11 Wake Forest............. 4 12 Florida State........... 3 13 Maryland................ 2 14

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 77.4 57.8 27 5 77.7 59.9 80.0 66.3 30 5 82.6 60.0 76.3 68.9 21 10 76.0 70.7 72.7 70.8 22 9 79.6 69.5 68.6 67.8 21 11 75.8 64.6 65.2 69.8 14 16 73.9 69.4 62.1 76.3 11 16 65.9 72.9 60.4 72.8 8 22 62.0 71.1 60.2 72.5 11 18 63.5 67.9

1995 ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C., (March 2-5)

1995-96 Team W L Virginia................. 13 3 Duke..................... 12 4 NC State................ 10 6 Clemson.................. 9 7 North Carolina........ 8 8 Maryland................ 7 9 Wake Forest............. 6 10 Georgia Tech........... 5 11 Florida State........... 2 14

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 74.6 60.3 26 7 76.9 57.3 71.5 62.5 26 7 75.2 61.4 73.2 69.6 20 10 74.0 68.2 67.9 67.0 23 8 73.1 62.4 73.8 72.1 13 14 73.1 69.8 58.6 66.1 13 14 61.6 63.4 67.6 70.7 13 14 70.3 68.7 67.8 69.1 14 13 72.6 65.7 59.9 77.4 8 20 59.8 71.0

1996 ACC Tournament, Rock Hill, S.C., (Feb. 29-March 3)

1996-97 Team W L North Carolina...... 15 1 Virginia................. 12 4 NC State.................. 9 7 Maryland................ 9 7 Duke....................... 9 7 Clemson.................. 8 8 Georgia Tech........... 7 9 Wake Forest............. 3 13 Florida State........... 0 16

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 77.5 66.4 29 3 78.4 62.0 69.5 57.8 23 8 73.4 56.8 73.6 66.0 19 12 75.3 62.7 62.9 61.6 18 10 64.3 56.3 72.9 70.1 19 11 73.7 65.0 62.8 63.6 19 11 66.0 63.1 65.4 67.5 15 12 70.6 66.8 61.4 72.9 12 16 61.8 68.6 55.6 75.7 5 22 59.7 71.3

1997 ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C., (Feb. 27-March 2)

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First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#8 Duke 61...................#9 Wake Forest 52 #7 Georgia Tech 68.......... #2 Maryland 67 #3 Clemson 96 (ot).............#6 NC State 93 #1 Virginia 81......................... #8 Duke 55 #4 North Carolina 81.. #5 Florida State 69 Georgia Tech 74........................ Clemson 73 Virginia 74...................... North Carolina 55 Virginia 70......................... Georgia Tech 69

#8 Wake Forest 70................... #9 Duke 69 #2 Maryland 91.......... #7 Florida State 68 #3 North Carolina 89.........#6 NC State 71 #1 Virginia 74...............#8 Wake Forest 46 #5 Clemson 87............ #4 Georgia Tech 66 Maryland 75................... North Carolina 61 Virginia 79 (ot)......................... Clemson 71 Virginia 106 (3ot)................. Maryland 103

#8 Wake Forest 72....... #9 Florida State 57 #5 Maryland 60...................... #4 Duke 45 #1 Virginia 73...............#8 Wake Forest 54 #2 North Carolina 78.. #7 Georgia Tech 55 #3 Clemson 73...................#6 NC State 52 Virginia 63.............................. Maryland 45 North Carolina 65..................... Clemson 64 North Carolina 77...................... Virginia 60

#9 Maryland 72.......... #8 Florida State 56 #4 Duke 78........................ #5 Clemson 71 #1 Virginia 68.................. #9 Maryland 46 #2 North Carolina 71....#7 Wake Forest 51 #3 NC State 88............ #6 Georgia Tech 70 Duke 83 (ot)............................... Virginia 82 North Carolina 90.....................NC State 71 North Carolina 95.......................... Duke 70

#9 Florida State 64..... #8 Georgia Tech 51 #4 Clemson 67......... #5 North Carolina 49 #1 Virginia 83............. #9 Florida State 50 #2 Duke 67...................#7 Wake Forest 61 #3 NC State 63................. #6 Maryland 61 Clemson 75................................ Virginia 67 Duke 79....................................NC State 62 Clemson 71.................................... Duke 54

#8 Wake Forest 70....... #9 Florida State 59 #5 Duke 60 (ot)................ #4 Maryland 52 #1 North Carolina 86....#8 Wake Forest 60 #2 Virginia 77............. #7 Georgia Tech 63 #6 Clemson 87...................#3 NC State 75 North Carolina 66.......................... Duke 55 Clemson 77 (ot)......................... Virginia 75 North Carolina 62..................... Clemson 58

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1997-98 Team W L Duke..................... 13 3 Clemson................ 12 4 NC State................ 12 4 N. Carolina............ 11 5 Virginia................... 9 7 Maryland................ 7 9 Florida State........... 5 11 Georgia Tech........... 3 13 Wake Forest............. 0 16

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 75.3 63.9 24 8 75.8 63.8 70.4 64.3 25 8 71.8 61.2 68.6 59.4 25 7 71.6 60.6 77.4 68.4 27 7 79.2 64.3 73.0 69.9 19 10 70.2 66.6 59.9 61.4 15 13 61.0 60.2 67.0 73.9 9 18 66.2 72.4 58.8 75.3 11 17 63.6 73.1 54.3 68.2 4 23 57.4 67.3

1998 ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C., (Feb. 26-March 1)

1998-99 Team W L Duke..................... 15 1 Virginia................. 12 4 N. Carolina............ 11 5 Clemson................ 11 5 NC State.................. 9 7 Georgia Tech........... 6 10 Maryland................ 3 13 Wake Forest............. 3 13 Florida State........... 2 14

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 82.9 65.4 29 7 79.4 64.0 71.6 62.8 20 9 75.9 64.4 83.6 77.6 28 8 81.9 70.5 71.9 61.2 26 6 72.9 58.5 72.1 66.1 17 12 74.3 65.6 70.8 78.2 13 14 75.4 72.7 60.3 74.7 6 21 60.1 71.9 59.6 75.4 8 20 64.0 71.8 70.4 81.5 7 20 73.0 79.6

1999 ACC Tournament, Charlotte, N.C., (Feb 26-March 1)

1999-2000 Team W L Virginia................. 13 3 Duke..................... 12 4 NC State................ 11 5 Clemson.................. 9 7 North Carolina........ 8 8 Georgia Tech........... 7 9 Maryland................ 5 11 Florida State........... 4 12 Wake Forest............. 3 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 71.4 66.0 25 10 72.1 65.4 71.6 56.6 28 6 74.5 56.4 70.4 65.6 20 9 70.7 63.1 63.3 62.7 19 12 62.5 60.3 68.1 70.8 20 13 71.1 68.5 63.4 68.3 17 14 69.9 68.8 63.3 67.5 16 15 67.0 65.0 66.0 68.9 12 17 69.7 69.1 56.9 68.8 7 21 57.4 66.2

2000 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 3-6)

2000-01 Team W L Duke..................... 13 3 Clemson................ 10 6 NC State.................. 9 7 Florida State........... 9 7 Virginia................... 8 8 Maryland................ 8 8 North Carolina........ 7 9 Georgia Tech........... 5 11 Wake Forest............. 3 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 74.6 64.8 30 4 75.2 61.0 71.4 66.8 21 10 70.6 64.4 68.2 62.2 22 11 65.7 58.0 68.5 69.0 19 12 71.0 66.0 70.2 69.3 18 14 72.1 67.5 62.2 67.1 17 12 65.8 63.9 76.5 74.5 15 14 76.5 71.8 68.4 73.2 14 15 73.0 71.7 59.2 72.4 11 17 63.5 69.8

2001 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 2-5)

2001-02 Team W L Duke..................... 16 0 North Carolina...... 11 5 Clemson.................. 9 7 Virginia................... 9 7 Georgia Tech........... 7 9 NC State.................. 7 9 Wake Forest............. 5 11 Maryland................ 4 12 Florida State .......... 4 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 86.2 64.2 31 4 83.5 64.3 78.6 72.3 26 9 79.9 67.8 66.9 65.7 17 12 66.4 62.4 66.2 69.2 17 13 66.3 66.1 69.5 70.1 15 14 70.7 64.0 62.4 64.8 14 15 63.3 63.2 57.3 66.3 12 16 60.8 65.6 58.3 64.8 13 17 63.2 61.9 64.8 73.0 13 15 69.7 68.4

2002 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 1-4)

2002-03 Team W L Duke..................... 16 0 North Carolina...... 13 3 Virginia................... 9 7 Florida State........... 8 8 Georgia Tech........... 8 8 NC State.................. 6 10 Clemson.................. 5 11 Maryland................ 4 12 Wake Forest............. 3 13

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 77.8 54.1 35 2 79.0 54.0 73.8 65.8 28 6 75.9 62.8 61.1 60.1 17 14 63.0 62.1 59.8 63.4 17 13 65.1 63.0 66.6 66.8 20 11 68.3 62.7 60.4 65.2 11 17 62.9 67.0 62.2 66.5 14 15 65.3 63.8 66.4 77.0 10 18 67.4 72.5 60.6 69.6 13 15 65.5 64.1

2003 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 7-10)

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#8 Georgia Tech 78.......#9 Wake Forest 67 #4 North Carolina 76.......... #5 Virginia 56 #1 Duke 100............... #8 Georgia Tech 56 #2 Clemson 85............ #7 Florida State 68 #6 Maryland 61.................#3 NC State 48 North Carolina 56.......................... Duke 52 Clemson 63............................. Maryland 44 North Carolina 81..................... Clemson 50

#8 Wake Forest 83............ #7 Maryland 66 #1 Duke 90................. #9 Florida State 57 #4 Clemson 52...................#5 NC State 51 #2 Virginia 71...............#8 Wake Forest 67 #3 North Carolina 87.. #6 Georgia Tech 71 Clemson 76.................................... Duke 71 North Carolina 83...................... Virginia 70 Clemson 87..................... North Carolina 72

#8 Florida State 65.......... #7 Maryland 60 #1 Virginia 72...............#9 Wake Forest 47 #5 North Carolina 56......... #4 Clemson 54 #2 Duke 92................. #8 Florida State 65 #6 Georgia Tech 71............#3 NC State 62 North Carolina 67...................... Virginia 63 Duke 77............................. Georgia Tech 56 Duke 79.......................... North Carolina 76

#7 North Carolina 79.. #8 Georgia Tech 64 #1 Duke 75 (ot).............#9 Wake Forest 68 #4 Florida State 83............. #5 Virginia 77 #2 Clemson 75......... #7 North Carolina 57 #3 NC State 74................. #6 Maryland 61 Duke 72............................. Florida State 56 NC State 65............................... Clemson 52 Duke 57....................................NC State 45

#8 Maryland 78............#7 Wake Forest 66 #1 Duke 82................. #9 Florida State 66 #4 Virginia 60............. #5 Georgia Tech 58 #2 North Carolina 78............. Maryland 53 #6 NC State 61................... #3 Clemson 52 Duke 71..................................... Virginia 67 North Carolina 58.....................NC State 52 Duke 87.......................... North Carolina 80

#7 Clemson 63................. #8 Maryland 61 #1 Duke 64...................#9 Wake Forest 59 #5 Georgia Tech 64..... #4 Florida State 59 #2 North Carolina 80............... Clemson 71 #3 Virginia 66....................#6 NC State 56 Duke 76............................. Georgia Tech 52 North Carolina 88...................... Virginia 78 Duke 77.......................... North Carolina 59

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ACC STANDINGS 2003-04 Team W L Duke..................... 15 1 North Carolina...... 12 4 NC State.................. 8 8 Maryland................ 8 8 Florida State........... 7 9 Clemson.................. 7 9 Virginia................... 6 10 Georgia Tech........... 5 11 Wake Forest............. 4 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 80.8 56.8 30 4 81.9 57.4 68.9 62.5 24 7 72.8 58.5 64.9 66.1 17 15 67.5 64.5 66.2 66.8 18 13 68.4 65.4 67.9 69.8 15 15 70.2 68.4 59.7 67.9 17 12 65.8 66.7 63.0 66.6 13 16 63.8 64.1 60.4 65.8 14 15 63.2 63.9 62.5 72.1 12 17 64.6 65.1

2004 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 5-8)

2004-05 Team W L North Carolina...... 12 2 Duke..................... 12 2 NC State................ 10 4 Florida State........... 9 5 Virginia................... 8 6 Maryland................ 7 7 Virginia Tech........... 6 8 Georgia Tech........... 4 10 Miami..................... 4 10 Wake Forest............. 3 11 Clemson.................. 2 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 77.9 64.1 30 4 79.4 59.0 73.9 61.1 31 5 76.0 56.0 69.9 61.3 21 8 67.9 56.6 69.3 68.6 24 8 69.1 61.9 64.2 65.4 21 11 67.7 61.8 71.7 70.9 22 10 72.8 65.3 74.6 72.1 17 12 73.9 67.8 53.1 62.9 13 14 58.2 58.0 61.9 72.3 13 16 64.0 68.9 67.0 71.6 17 15 70.4 64.4 60.5 73.6 8 20 62.0 69.6

2005 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 4-7)

2005-06 Team W L North Carolina 13 1 Maryland 12 2 Duke 12 2 Florida State 10 4 NC State 7 7 Virginia Tech 6 8 Boston College 6 8 Miami 6 8 Virginia 5 9 Wake Forest 3 11 Georgia Tech 2 12 Clemson 2 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 80.1 62.8 33 2 82.2 59.9 79.4 71.1 34 4 83.3 65.0 82.7 66.1 31 4 86.0 58.2 68.1 63.9 20 10 71.3 64.5 66.8 66.7 19 12 68.8 63.9 65.9 69.0 21 10 69.3 64.4 65.2 67.1 21 12 68.2 58.7 73.6 76.0 17 13 75.8 71.7 65.0 68.6 20 12 66.8 59.8 64.1 76.6 12 16 68.5 68.9 62.1 69.7 14 15 64.5 60.2 65.4 80.8 8 21 66.2 75.9

2006 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 2-5)

2006-07 Team W L Duke 14 0 North Carolina 11 3 Maryland 10 4 NC State 10 4 Florida State 10 4 Georgia Tech 9 5 Virginia Tech 6 8 Virginia 5 9 Clemson 4 10 Boston College 3 11 Miami 2 12 Wake Forest 0 14

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 75.5 51.4 32 2 76.1 54.9 83.7 55.0 34 4 81.9 61.3 82.6 61.3 28 6 77.8 64.8 67.0 57.7 25 10 67.2 60.0 67.8 61.3 24 10 66.5 63.7 66.1 59.2 21 12 60.9 59.1 66.1 65.4 19 15 67.1 69.1 72.7 71.4 19 15 66.9 75.0 69.1 72.7 12 18 65.6 72.0 60.1 60.3 13 16 56.1 67.3 66.6 70.7 11 19 61.1 74.6 56.5 67.1 9 20 51.8 75.3

2007 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 1-4)

2007-08 Team W L North Carolina 14 0 Maryland 13 1 Duke 10 4 Virginia 10 4 Georgia Tech 7 7 Florida State 7 7 Boston College 7 7 NC State 6 8 Clemson 4 10 Virginia Tech 2 12 Wake Forest 2 12 Miami 2 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 85.5 67.2 33 3 86.3 64.0 85.5 67.8 33 4 82.0 65.0 71.7 61.5 25 10 71.2 59.6 74.8 68.4 24 10 74.7 64.0 70.6 69.5 22 10 70.3 60.1 66.4 68.1 19 14 69.2 65.0 59.1 63.0 21 12 63.9 61.1 62.4 59.7 21 13 66.5 56.8 61.6 75.3 12 19 61.9 70.9 58.9 70.6 15 15 66.9 65.7 51.1 66.3 15 15 56.5 56.2 58.0 68.1 9 21 60.3 63.8

2008 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 6-9)

ACC Women’s Basketball

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#9 Wake Forest 61....... #8 Georgia Tech 59 #1 Duke 77...................#9 Wake Forest 59 #2 North Carolina 64.......... #7 Virginia 45 #3 NC State 45................... #6 Clemson 43 #4 Maryland 62.......... #5 Florida State 47 Duke 70.................................. Maryland 63 North Carolina 75.....................NC State 64 Duke 63.......................... North Carolina 47

#9 Miami 60............... #8 Georgia Tech 58 #10 Wake Forest 61..... #7 Virginia Tech 56 #6 Maryland 66............... #11 Clemson 55 #1 North Carolina 64............ #9 Miami 57 #5 Virginia 71............. #4 Florida State 67 #2 Duke 107...............#10 Wake Forest 50 #6 Maryland 63.................#3 NC State 56 North Carolina 78...................... Virginia 72 Duke 74.................................. Maryland 44 North Carolina 88.......................... Duke 67

#9 Virginia 57............. #8 Boston College 54 #5 NC State 67.................... #12 Clemson 53 #7 Virginia Tech 73......... #10 Wake Foest 60 #11 Georgia Tech 79.................#6 Miami 62 Quarterfinals #1 North Carolina 82................... Virginia 56 NC State 64..................... #4 Florida State 60 #2 Duke 69.......................... Virginia Tech 56 #3 Maryland 71................... Georgia Tech 66 Semifinals North Carolina 90........................NC State 69 Maryland 78..................................... Duke 70 Finals North Carolina 91...................... Maryland 80 First Round

First Round

#5 Florida State 70.........#12 Wake Forest 53

#8 Virginia 89........................ #9 Clemson 82 #7 Virginia Tech 60........#10 Boston College 54 (ot) #6 Georgia Tech 66...................#11 Miami 52 Quarterfinals #4 NC State 76................ #5 Florida State 49 #1 Duke 79.............................. #8 Virginia 58 #2 North Carolina 90........ #7 Virginia Tech 60 #3 Maryland 75.............. #6 Georgia Tech 59 Semifinals #4 NC State 70............................ #1 Duke 65 #2 North Carolina 78............ #3 Maryland 72 Finals #2 North Carolina 60.............. #4 NC State 54

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#5 Georgia Tech 76...................#12 Miami 49 #9 Clemson 65.................#8 NC State 60 (ot) #7 Boston College 57.... #10 Virginia Tech 47 #6 Florida State 57..........#11 Wake Forest 52 #4 Virginia 52................. #5 Georgia Tech 43 #1 North Carolina 97.............. #9 Clemson 77 #2 Maryland 93........... #7 Boston College 81 #3 Duke 81...................... #6 Florida State 67 #1 North Carolina 80............... #4 Virginia 65 #3 Duke 74........................... #2 Maryland 63 #1 North Carolina 86................... #3 Duke 73

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ACC STANDINGS 2008-09 Team W L Maryland 12 2 Florida State 12 2 Duke 11 3 North Carolina 10 4 Georgia Tech 8 6 Virginia 8 6 Boston College 7 7 NC State 5 9 Wake Forest 5 9 Miami 2 12 Virginia Tech 2 12 Clemson 2 12

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 82.4 71.9 31 5 79.0 67.8 69.6 61.4 26 8 70.2 61.1 69.0 61.0 27 6 72.1 57.6 79.8 69.2 28 7 82.7 66.7 63.6 60.6 22 10 67.2 57.3 74.4 74.1 24 10 72.8 66.2 65.3 66.9 23 12 70.2 65.5 59.5 62.6 13 17 60.4 59.3 60.8 67.2 19 12 65.6 59.9 62.0 71.9 13 17 65.6 64.3 61.9 68.8 12 18 62.2 62.2 58.3 71.2 14 17 64.4 67.5

2009 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 5-8)

2009-10 Team W L Duke 12 2 Florida State 12 2 Virginia 9 5 Georgia Tech 8 6 Wake Forest 7 7 NC State 7 7 Boston College 6 8 North Carolina 6 8 Maryland 5 9 Virginia Tech 4 10 Clemson 4 10 Miami 4 10

ACC Overall OAvg DAvg W L OAvg DAvg 67.4 52.4 30 6 70.5 54.4 74.3 61.1 29 6 73.8 60.8 66.4 63.5 21 10 69.7 62.8 63.9 64.1 23 10 65.8 57.8 59.6 61.2 18 14 60.9 57.9 62.3 64.4 20 14 64.5 62.8 68.4 67.4 17 15 69.0 65.4 70.5 70.7 19 12 76.5 67.2 63.9 68.7 21 13 70.0 62.7 58.1 65.6 15 15 62.1 60.0 58.1 69.6 13 18 63.5 68.8 70.0 72.6 22 14 74.8 66.2

2010 ACC Tournament, Greensboro, N.C., (March 4-7)

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

#12 Clemson 81, #5 Georgia Tech 69 #9 Wake Forest 59, #8 NC State 54 #7 Boston College 76, #10 Miami 59 #6 Virginia 66, #11 Virginia Tech 57 #4 North Carolina 74, Clemson 55 #1 Maryland 72, Wake Forest 70 #2 Florida State 83, Boston College 71 #3 Duke 76, Virginia 53 Maryland 95, North Carolina 84 Duke 75, Florida State 57 Maryland 92, Duke 89 (ot)

#5 Wake Forest 66, #12 Miami 65 (OT) #9 Maryland 83, #8 North Carolina 77 #7 Boston College 62, #10 Virginia Tech 49 #6 NC State 59, #11 Clemson 54 #4 Georgia Tech 52, Wake Forest 45 #1 Duke 66, Maryland 64 Boston College 67, #2 Florida State 60 NC State 66, #3 Virginia 59 Duke 67, Georgia Tech 55 NC State 63, Boston College 57 Duke 70, NC State 60

ACC Unveils a Custom-Made Women’s Basketball Shoe Blimp at ACC Tournament Giant shoe to drop giveaways, including t-shirts coupons, to screaming fans The 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament marked the first time the ACC Women’s Basketball Blimp “Air ACC” stepped foot in the Greensboro Coliseum, and was the first opportunity for fans to catch a t-shirt or redeemable coupon from its sole. This giant high-top sneaker is a custom radio-controlled blimp with a drop mechanism attached, made by Blimpworks, out of Franklin, Wisconsin. The shoe was custommade for the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament and stands nearly 10 feet tall.

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HOMES OF THE ACC ALL-TIME TOP ACC ATTENDANCE RECORDS 17,950

North Carolina at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md............ January 28, 2007

17,950

Duke at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md...........February 18, 2007

17,243

Duke at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md...........February 13, 2005

16,344

Duke at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md...........February 22, 2009

16,135

Florida State at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md...........February 24, 2008

16,097

Duke at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md.............. January 8, 2006

15,531

Duke at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md............ January 14, 2008

14,500

Virginia at Maryland Cole Field House, College Park, Md........February 12, 1992

13,446

Duke at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md...........February 22, 2004

12,722

Connecticut at North Carolina Dean Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC......... January 19, 2009

12,066

Virginia at Maryland Comcast Center, College Park, Md.............February 8, 2008

Boston College Silvio O. Conte Forum

8,606

Clemson Littlejohn Coliseum 9,850

Duke Cameron Indoor Stadium 9,314

Florida State The Tucker Center 12,100

Georgia Tech Alexander Memorial Coliseum 9,191

Maryland Comcast Center 17,950

Miami BankUnited Center 7,000

North Carolina Carmichael Auditorium 8,010

NC State Reynolds Coliseum 8,560

Virginia John Paul Jones Arena 15,000

Virginia Tech Cassell Coliseum 9,847

Wake Forest Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum 14,407

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ACC COACHING RECORDS (Includes only seasons coaching at ACC schools during years as ACC member)

ACC

Head Coach

School Yrs.

Gail Goestenkors..................... Duke 15

Games

Pct.

ACC Tourn.

NCAA

Pct. Tts.

180-56 .763

26-10 .722

5

Games

All

Pct. Yrs. Tls.

36-13 .735 13

Games

Pct.

0

396-99 .800

Joanne P. McCallie...............Duke

3

33-9 .786

7-2 .778

1

6-3 .667

3

0

82-22 .788

Brenda Frese............... Maryland

8

71-45 .612

11-7 .611

1

15-5 .750

6

1

197-73 .730

Sylvia Hatchell.... North Carolina 24

227-130 .636

40-16 .714

8

37-17 .685 18

1 559-214 .723

Debbie Ryan................... Virginia 33

302-149 .670

33-30 .524

3

33-24 .579 24

0 720-308 .700

Kay Yow............................. NC State 32

277-156 .639

36-27 .571

4

19-20 .487 20

0 680-325 .676

Jim Davis........................... Clemson 18

154-124 .554

20-16 .556

2

14-14 .500 14

0 355-197 .643

Chris Weller...................... Maryland 27

181-154 .540

35-17 .673

8

12-12 .500 12

0 499-286 .636

Jennifer Alley............North Carolina

9

70-36 .660

12-8 .600

1

2-4 .333

4

0 179-104 .633

MaChelle Joseph.... Georgia Tech

7

43-57 .430

4-7 .364

0

2-4 .333

4

0

129-86 .600

Sylvia Crawley..... Boston College

2

13-15 .464

3-2 .600

0

-

-

-

40-27 .597

Annie Tribble...................... Clemson 11

57-53 .518

7-10 .412

0

0-1 .000

1

0 200-135 .597

1

7-7 .500

3-1 .750

1

0-1 .000

1

0

Sue Semrau............ Florida State 13

99-97 .505

5-13 .278

0

10-7 .588

7

0 234-166 .585

Cathy Inglese........... Boston College

3

16-26 .381

1-3 .250

0

2-1 .667

1

0

55-40 .579

Joe Sanchez..................Wake Forest

7

33-67 .330

2-7 .222

0

1-1 .500

1

0

109-93 .540

Beth Dunkenberger... Virginia Tech

6

26-58 .310

2-6 .250

0

1-2 .333

2

0

99-85 .538

Katie Meier.......................Miami

5

16-54 .229

0-5 .000

0

-

-

-

72-84 .462

Debbie Leonard...................... Duke 15

69-119 .367

2-15 .118

0

1-1 .500

1

0 213-189 .530

Agnus Berenato.......... Georgia Tech 15

84-150 .359

5-15 .250

0

0-2 .000

2

0 223-209 .516

Kellie Harper................. NC State

-

-

20-14 .588

Mike Petersen.......... Wake Forest

6

20-64 .238

3-6 .333

0

-

-

-

-

90-92 .495

Stephanie Glance............... NC State

1

7-12 .368

0-1 .000

0

-

-

-

-

15-16 .483

Marynell Meadors........ Florida State 10

22-58 .275

1-5 .167

0

1-2 .333

1

0 132-152 .465

Ferne Labati...........................Miami

1

4-10 .286

1-1 .500

0

-

-

-

-

13-16 .448

Wanda Briley................Wake Forest

6

8-54 .129

0-6 .000

0

-

-

-

-

71-96 .425

Karen Freeman.............Wake Forest

5

20-60 .250

3-5 .375

0

-

-

-

-

58-79 .423

Bernie McGlade........... Georgia Tech

7

14-80 .149

0-7 .000

0

-

-

-

-

74-116 .389

Cristy McKinney................. Clemson

5

16-54 .229

2-5 .286

0

-

-

-

-

59-93 .388

Charlene Curtis..............Wake Forest

7

20-91 .180

2-7 .222

0

-

-

-

-

67-129 .342

Benny Dees................. Georgia Tech

1

1-6 .143

0-1 .000

0

-

-

-

-

8-19 .297

Chris Gobrecht............. Florida State

1

0-16 .000

0-1 .000

0

-

-

-

-

5-22 .185

Barbara Warren.............Wake Forest

2

2-10 .167

0-2 .000

0

-

-

-

-

6-38 .136

Jim Culpepper............. Georgia Tech

1

1-7 .125

0-1 .000

0

-

-

-

-

2-23 .008

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ACC COACHING RECORDS COACHING RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS

VICTORIES - ALL GAMES

WINNING PCT. - ALL GAMES

Coach, School Total Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina................... 831 Kay Yow, NC State............................................... 737 Debbie Ryan, Virginia................................. 720 Chris Weller, Maryland........................................ 499 Gail Goestenkors, Duke....................................... 396 Joanne P. McCallie, Duke............................. 398 Cathy Inglese, Boston College............................ 393 Jim Davis, Clemson............................................. 355 Ferne Labati, Miami............................................ 303 Cristy McKinney, Clemson............................ 301

Coach, School W-L Pct. Gail Goestenkors, Duke...................... 396-99...... .800 Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina... 831-294.... .739 Brenda Frese, Maryland............ 254-103.... .711 Joanna P. McCallie, Duke........... 398-170.... .701 Debbie Ryan, Virginia............... 720-308.... .700 Kay Yow, NC State............................ 737-344...... .682 Jim Davis, Clemson.......................... 355-197...... .643 Chris Weller, Maryland..................... 499-286...... .636 Jennifer Alley, North Carolina.......... 179-104...... .633 Cathy Inglese, Boston College......... 393-253...... .608

Team Virginia North Carolina NC State Duke Maryland Clemson Florida State Boston College Georgia Tech Virginia Tech Miami Wake Forest

VICTORIES - ACC GAMES

WINNING PCT. - ACC GAMES

ALL-TIME RECORD

Coach, School Total Debbie Ryan, Virginia................................. 302 Kay Yow, NC State............................................... 277 Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina................... 227 Chris Weller, Maryland........................................ 181 Gail Goestenkors, Duke....................................... 180 Jim Davis, Clemson............................................. 154 Sue Semrau, Florida State........................... 101 Agnus Berenato, Georgia Tech.............................. 84 Jennifer Alley, North Carolina............................... 70 Debbie Leonard, Duke.......................................... 69

Coach, School W-L Pct. Joanne P. McCallie, Duke................. 33-9.... .786 Gail Goestenkors, Duke...................... 180-56..... ..763 Debbie Ryan, Virginia............... 304-149.... .671 Jennifer Alley, North Carolina.............. 70-36...... .661 Kay Yow, NC State............................ 277-156...... .640 Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina...... 227-130.... .636 Brenda Frese, Maryland................ 71-45.... .612 Jim Davis, Clemson.......................... 154-124...... .554 Chris Weller, Maryland..................... 181-154...... .540 Annie Tribble, Clemson........................ 57-53...... .518

VICTORIES - ACC TOURNAMENT

WINNING PCT. - ACC TOURNAMENT

Coach, School Total Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina..................... 39 Kay Yow, NC State................................................. 36 Chris Weller, Maryland.......................................... 35 Debbie Ryan, Virginia................................... 33 Gail Goestenkors, Duke......................................... 26 Jim Davis, Clemson............................................... 20 Jennifer Alley, North Carolina............................... 12 Brenda Frese, Maryland................................ 11 Joanne P. McCallie, Duke................................. 7 Annie Tribble, Clemson........................................... 7

Coach, School W-L Pct. Joanne P. McCallie, Duke................... 7-2.... .778 Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina..... 39-16.... .722 Gail Goestenkors, Duke........................ 26-10...... .722 Chris Weller, Maryland......................... 35-17...... .673 Brenda Frese, Maryland.................. 11-7.... .611 Jennifer Alley, North Carolina................ 12-8...... .600 Sylvia Crawley, Boston College.......... 3-2.... .600 Kay Yow, NC State................................ 36-27...... .571 Jim Davis, Clemson.............................. 20-16...... .556 Debbie Ryan, Virginia................... 33-30.... .524

NCAA TOURNAMENT WINS

WINNING PCT. - NCAA TOURNAMENT

Coach, School Total Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina..................... 37 Gail Goestenkors, Duke......................................... 36 Debbie Ryan, Virginia................................... 33 Kay Yow, NC State................................................. 19 Brenda Frese, Maryland................................ 15 Jim Davis, Clemson............................................... 14 Chris Weller, Maryland.......................................... 12 Sue Semrau, Florida State............................. 10 Joanne P. McCallie, Duke................................. 7 Cathy Inglese, Boston College................................ 6

Coach, School W-L Pct. Brenda Frese, Maryland.................. 15-5.... .750 Gail Goestenkors, Duke........................ 36-13...... .735 Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina..... 37-17.... .685 Joanne P. McCallie, Duke................... 6-3.... .667 Debbie Ryan, Virginia................... 33-24.... .579 Cathy Inglese, Boston College................. 8-6...... .571 Sue Semrau, Florida State............... 10-7.... .588 Debbie Leonard, Duke............................. 1-1...... .500 Joe Sanchez, Wake Forest........................ 1-1...... .500 Chris Weller, Maryland......................... 12-12...... .500 Jim Davis, Clemson.............................. 14-14...... .500

CONFERENCE GAMES

Team North Carolina Virginia Duke NC State Maryland Clemson Virginia Tech Miami Boston College Florida State Georgia Tech Wake Forest

Years 33 33 33 33 33 33 19 5 31 6 6 33

Years 36 37 35 36 39 35 34 38 38 37 36 39

W 302 297 291 281 252 227 121 29 141 26 20 104

L 149 171 175 183 199 231 171 41 303 58 64 346

Pct. .670 .635 .624 .606 .559 .496 .414 .414 .318 .310 .238 .231

W 777 758 693 726 740 628 550 578 550 551 504 442

L 344 340 336 359 376 436 434 457 459 515 513 577

Pct. .693 .690 .673 .669 .663 .590 .559 .558 .545 .517 .496 .434

ALL GAMES AS ACC MEMBER Team Virginia North Carolina Duke NC State Maryland Clemson Boston College Virginia Tech Florida State Georgia Tech Miami Wake Forest

Years 33 33 33 33 33 33 5 6 19 32 6 33

W 720 738 691 675 659 592 95 99 291 436 85 401

L 308 318 310 355 349 406 67 85 276 453 99 527

Pct. .700 .699 .690 .655 .654 .593 .586 .538 .513 .490 .462 .432

HOMECOURT WIN-LOSS RECORDS as members of the ACC School Years Virginia 33 North Carolina 33 Duke 33 NC State 33 Maryland 33 Boston College 5 Clemson 33 Virginia Tech 6 Florida State 19 Georgia Tech 32 Miami 6 Wake Forest 33

Won 404 402 349 350 350 60 328 62 160 259 58 221

Lost 89 89 97 98 117 22 132 32 101 165 44 203

Pct. .819 .819 .783 .781 .749 .732 .713 .660 .613 .611 .569 .521

Must have coached a minimum of two years to qualify. Active coaches in bold.

ACC Women’s Basketball

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ACC SERIES RECORDS BOSTON COLLEGE VS CLEMSON BOSTON COLLEGE LEADS 4-2 YEAR 96-97 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE Clemson-N Boston Col.-C Boston Col.-B Boston Col.-C Boston Col.-B Clemson-C

SCORE 55-52 70-53 69-64 68-63 71-51 68-65

At Boston College: Boston Col. 2-0 At Clemson: Boston Col. 2-1 Neutral: Clemson 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE VS DUKE DUKE LEADS 7-2 YEAR WIN-SITE 89-90 Duke-D 99-00 Boston Col.-D 00-01 Duke-B 04-05 Duke-N 05-06 Duke-B 06-07 Duke-D 07-08 Duke-B 08-09 Duke-D 09-10 Boston Col.-B

SCORE 85-64 77-70 67-49 70-65 66-52 73-52 51-41 69-58 64-57

At Boston College: Duke 3-1 At Duke: Duke 3-1 Neutral: Duke 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE VS FLORIDA STATE FLORIDA STATE LEADS 6-1 YEAR 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE Florida St.-F Florida St.-B Florida St.-F Florida St.-B Florida St.-N Florida St.-F Boston Col.-N

SCORE 71-60 72-53 71-65 64-53 83-71 85-64 67-60

At Boston College: Florida St. 2-0 At Florida State: Florida St. 3-0 Neutral: Florida St. 1-1 BOSTON COLLEGE VS GEORGIA TECH BOSTON COLLEGE LEADS 4-3 YEAR 91-92 97-98 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE SCORE GaTech-N 97-61 GaTech-G 81-79 Boston Col.-B 57-55 GaTech-G 60-49 Boston Col.-B 62-53 Boston Col.-G (ot) 65-64 Boston Col.-B 77-51

At Boston College: Boston Col. 3-0 At Georgia Tech: Georgia Tech 2-1 Neutral: Georgia Tech 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE VS MARYLAND MARYLAND LEADS 10-1 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE 05-06 Maryland-B (ot) 67-64 Maryland-M 86-59 06-07 Maryland-M 71-39 Maryland-B 76-60 07-08 Maryland-B 88-61 Maryland-M 78-51 Maryland-N 93-81 08-09 Maryland-B 85-81 Maryland-M 86-74 09-10 Maryland-M 72-65 Boston Col.-B 83-70 At Boston College: Maryland 4-1 At Maryland: Maryland 5-0 Neutral: Maryland 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE VS MIAMI MIAMI LEADS 18-16 YEAR 91-92

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WIN-SITE Miami-B Miami-M

SCORE 78-59 79-60

92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Miami-B Miami-M Boston Col.-B Miami-M Miami-M Miami-B Miami-B Boston Col.-M Boston Col.-B Miami-N Miami-M Miami-M Miami-B Boston Col.-M Miami-B Boston Col.-N Miami-M Boston Col.-M Boston Col.-B Miami-B Boston Col.-N Miami-M Boston Col.-B Miami-M Boston Col.-B Boston Col.-B Boston Col.-M Boston Col.-B Boston Col.-M Boston Col.-N Boston Col.-B Miami-M

80-67 84-55 80-71 75-72 80-45 73-67 60-59 66-48 67-55 63-48 85-79 65-57 66-53 66-55 65-59 62-49 60-57 79-61 84-77 70-66 65-53 82-68 79-69 83-68 78-65 70-42 63-52 62-54 71-64 76-59 72-64 76-68

At Boston College: Boston Col. 8-6 At Miami: Miami 10-5 Neutral: Boston Col. 3-2 BOSTON COLLEGE VS N. CAROLINA N. CAROLINA LEADS 4-1 YEAR WIN-SITE 05-06 N. Carolina-NC 06-07 N. Carolina-B 07-08 N. Carolina-NC 08-09 N. Carolina-B 09-10 Boston Col.-NC

SCORE 69-62 82-60 87-59 92-68 69-62

At Boston College: N. Carolina 2-0 At North Carolina: N. Carolina 2-1 Neutral: N/A BOSTON COLLEGE VS NC STATE NC STATE LEADS 6-5 YEAR 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE Boston Col.-S NC State-B NC State-B NC State-S Boston Col.-B NC State-S Boston Col-S Boston Col.-B Boston Col.-B NC State-S NC State-N

SCORE 75-66 82-71 58-40 64-46 60-59 60-41 62-51 58-52 83-66 73-62 63-57

At Boston College: Boston Col. 3-2 At NC State: NC State 3-2 Neutral: NC State 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE VS VIRGINIA VIRGINIA LEADS 7-1 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE 83-84 Virginia-B 58-46 99-00 Virginia-V 74-70 05-06 Boston Col.-B 57-43 Virginia-N 57-54 06-07 Virginia-V 65-63 (ot) 07-08 Virginia-B 67-57 08-09 Virginia-V 90-70 09-10 Virginia-B 70-68 At Boston College: Virginia 3-1 At Virginia: Virginia 3-0 Neutral: Virginia 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE VS VIRGINIA TECH VIRGINIA TECH LEADS 9-6 YEAR

WIN-SITE

SCORE

89-90 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

VaTech-N VaTech-B Boston Col.-V VaTech-V Boston Col.-B VaTech-N VaTech-V VaTech-V VaTech-B VaTech-N Boston Col.-V Boston Col.-N Boston Col.-B VaTech-V Boston Col.-N

74-65 64-52 (ot) 65-59 73-52 65-47 (ot) 74-70 80-64 67-62 67-52 60-54 63-53 57-47 73-62 69-64 62-49

At Boston College: Even 2-2 At Virginia Tech: Virginia Tech 4-2 Neutral: Virginia Tech 3-2 BOSTON COLLEGE VS WAKE FOREST BOSTON COLLEGE LEADS 3-2 YEAR WIN-SITE 05-06 Boston Col.-B 06-07 Boston Col.-W 07-08 Boston Col.-B 08-09 Wake Forest-W 09-10 Wake Forest-B

SCORE 77-63 56-42 66-58 52-48 60-56

At Boston College: Boston Col. 2-1 At Wake Forest: Even 1-1 Neutral: N/A CLEMSON VS DUKE EVEN 32-32 YEAR 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02

WIN-SITE SCORE Clemson-C 118-59 Clemson-D 94-58 Clemson-N 81-56 Clemson-C 111-56 Clemson-D 67-54 Clemson-C 84-59 Duke-C 72-70 Duke-D 95-81 Clemson-N (ot) 93-92 Clemson-D 78-72 Clemson-C 79-73 Duke-D 84-76 Duke-C 76-70 Duke-N 81-76 Duke-C 93-77 Duke-D 80-76 Duke-D 78-72 Clemson-C 79-76 Duke-D 68-61 Clemson-C 78-65 Clemson-N 81-65 Clemson-C 69-55 Clemson-D 71-50 Clemson-C 64-49 Clemson-D 65-60 Clemson-N 77-68 Clemson-C 63-49 Clemson-D 67-59 Clemson-N 60-58 Clemson-D 107-72 Clemson-C 63-59 Clemson-C 88-63 Duke-D 67-65 Duke-C 74-67 Clemson-D 90-82 Clemson-C 78-64 Clemson-D (ot) 88-82 Duke-N 78-71 Duke-D 74-63 Duke-C 75-65 Clemson-N 71-54 Duke-D 70-61 Clemson-C 72-69 Clemson-C 72-61 Duke-D 78-59 Duke-D 86-77 Clemson-C 80-75 Clemson-N 76-71 Duke-D 60-51 Duke-C 59-44 Clemson-C 93-75 Duke-D 92-42 Duke-C 81-58

Duke-D 77-69 02-03 Duke-D 69-53 Duke-C 61-49 03-04 Duke-C 78-60 Duke-D 102-45 04-05 Duke-D 72-48 05-06 Duke-C 97-65 06-07 Duke-D 105-53 07-08 Duke-C 83-54 08-09 Duke-D 77-53 09-10 Duke-C 67-47 At Clemson: Clemson 16-12 At Duke: Duke 18-9 Neutral: Clemson 7-2 CLEMSON VS FLORIDA STATE CLEMSON LEADS 24-16 YEAR 80-81 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Clemson-G Clemson-C Clemson-G GaTech-C GaTech-N GaTech-G Clemson-C Clemson-N Clemson-C Clemson-G Clemson-C GaTech-G GaTech-G GaTech-C Clemson-G Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-G Clemson-G Clemson-C GaTech-G Clemson-C Clemson-G Clemson-C GaTech-G Clemson-C GaTech-G GaTech-C Clemson-G Clemson-C GaTech-G Clemson-C Clemson-C GaTech-G GaTech-C GaTech-G GaTech-G GaTech-C GaTech-G GaTech-C Clemson-N GaTech-G GaTech-C

63-61 76-64 73-69 59-57 74-73 86-68 85-80 87-66 77-52 55-51 68-56 68-60 55-38 72-62 67-59 52-50 79-56 89-58 61-56 69-41 81-62 72-43 72-64 68-49 83-78 68-65 (ot) 89-78 78-63 75-61 59-47 53-48 58-49 72-63 83-64 63-57 62-59 77-59 74-58 49-41 89-54 81-69 72-58 68-53

WIN-SITE SCORE Clemson-N 78-59 Clemson-C 80-73 Florida St.-F 79-66 Clemson-F 84-69 Clemson-C 70-63 Clemson-C 80-26 Clemson-F 75-60 Clemson-C 72-68 Clemson-F 67-64 Clemson-F 87-74 Clemson-C 70-53 Clemson-C 74-63 Clemson-F 71-47 Clemson-F 87-84 Clemson-C 85-56 Clemson-N 85-68 Clemson-C 77-55 Clemson-F 71-67 Clemson-F 73-61 Clemson-C 75-58 Clemson-C 79-66 Clemson-F 63-49 Clemson-C 74-70 Clemson-F 56-43 Florida St.-C 59-57 At Clemson: Clemson 22-8 Florida St.-F 68-59 At Georgia Tech: Clemson 16-13 Florida St.-C 68-61 Neutral: Clemson 4-1 Florida St.-F 65-50 Florida St.-C 68-57 CLEMSON VS MARYLAND Florida St.-F 82-61 MARYLAND LEADS 37-24 Florida St.-F 80-66 Florida St.-C (ot) 80-72 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE Florida St.-C 61-60 77-78 Maryland-M 91-86 Florida St.-F 73-61 Maryland-N 98-76 Florida St.-C 63-39 78-79 Maryland-C 84-71 Clemson-F 72-70 79-80 Maryland-M 85-69 Florida St.-F 80-54 Maryland-M 92-61 Florida St.-C 75-58 80-81 Clemson-C 64-61 Florida St.-C 80-50 Maryland-M 85-76 Florida St.-F 67-50 81-82 Maryland-C 93-81 82-83 Maryland-N 79-71 At Clemson: Clemson 11-8 Maryland-M 85-67 83-84 Clemson-C 70-63 At Florida State: Clemson 11-8 Maryland-M 80-74 Neutral: Clemson 2-0 84-85 Clemson-C 66-61 Clemson-M 87-83 85-86 Maryland-C 77-73 CLEMSON VS GEORGIA TECH Maryland-M 62-59 CLEMSON LEADS 42-22 86-87 Maryland-M 92-69 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE Clemson-C 82-80 79-80 Clemson-C 103-67 87-88 Maryland-C (ot) 79-78 80-81 Clemson-G 75-61 Maryland-M 84-67 81-82 Clemson-C 72-50 88-89 Clemson-C 69-67 Clemson-N 62-54 Maryland-M 88-63 82-83 Clemson-G 79-67 89-90 Clemson-C 72-60 Clemson-C 84-66 Clemson-M 77-65 83-84 Clemson-C 82-70 90-91 Maryland-C 71-68 Clemson-G 79-72 Clemson-M 74-63 84-85 Clemson-G (ot) 84-81 91-92 Maryland-M 63-59 Clemson-C 95-75 Clemson-C 72-55 85-86 Clemson-G 90-80 92-93 Maryland-C 64-60 Clemson-C 84-73 Maryland-M 81-73 86-87 GaTech-C 81-78 93-94 Clemson-C 54-52 GaTech-G 82-66 Maryland-M 84-46 87-88 Clemson-C 94-72 94-95 Clemson-M 66-57 Clemson-G 90-74 Clemson-C 74-56 88-89 Clemson-C 83-56 95-96 Clemson-C 70-53 Clemson-G 89-62 Maryland-M 74-72 Clemson-N 94-74 96-97 Maryland-M 72-53 89-90 Clemson-C 77-69 Maryland-C 70-64 Clemson-G 80-75 97-98 Clemson-C 73-51

ACC Women’s Basketball


ACC SERIES RECORDS 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Clemson-M Clemson-N Clemson-C Clemson-M Maryland-C Clemson-M Maryland-M Maryland-C Maryland-M Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-M Clemson-N Maryland-M Maryland-C Maryland-C Maryland-N Maryland-M Maryland-C Maryland-M Maryland-C Maryland-M

(ot) 74-70 63-44 89-48 55-45 74-58 59-57 (ot) 85-73 68-62 70-59 60-47 70-59 85-67 63-61 68-55 80-69 87-82 66-55 89-63 76-62 110-46 65-56 71-51

N. Carolina-N 67-49 96-97 N. Carolina-NC 75-63 N. Carolina-NC 79-72 N. Carolina-N 62-58 97-98 Clemson-C 77-63 N. Carolina-NC 80-59 N. Carolina-N 81-50 98-99 N. Carolina-NC 87-76 N. Carolina-C 76-72 Clemson-N 87-72 99-00 Clemson-NC 60-59 Clemson-C 69-65 N. Carolina-N 56-54 00-01 N. Carolina-C 71-70 N. Carolina-NC (2ot) 100-99 Clemson-N 75-57 01-02 N. Carolina-C 89-85 N. Carolina-NC 86-76 02-03 N. Carolina-C 77-55 N. Carolina-NC 70-66 N. Carolina-N 80-71 03-04 N. Carolina-NC 72-47 N. Carolina-C 72-41 At Clemson: Clemson 14-13 04-05 N. Carolina-NC 99-55 At Maryland: Maryland 21-8 05-06 N. Carolina-NC 102-61 Neutral: Maryland 3-2 06-07 N.Carolina-C 100-65 07-08 N. Carolina-NC 79-47 CLEMSON VS MIAMI N. Carolina-N 97-77 CLEMSON LEADS 5-3 08-09 N. Carolina-C 83-74 N. Carolina-N 74-55 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE 09-10 N. Carolina-NC 79-61 81-82 Clemson-N 74-59 97-98 Clemson-N 60-49 At Clemson: Even 14-14 04-05 Miami-C 83-69 At UNC: North Carolina 24-8 05-06 Miami-C 74-52 Neutral: North Carolina 10-4 06-07 Clemson-M 79-69 07-08 Miami-C 66-61 CLEMSON VS NC STATE 08-09 Clemson-M 74-68 NC STATE LEADS 48-29 09-10 Clemson-C (ot) 73-72 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE At Clemson: Miami 3-1 76-77 NC State-C 94-82 At Miami: Clemson 2-0 77-78 NC State-N 84-82 Neutral: Clemson 2-0 NC State-S 98-74 78-79 Clemson-C 86-73 CLEMSON VS NORTH CAROLINA NC State-S 94-65 NORTH CAROLINA LEADS 48-26 NC State-S 82-67 79-80 NC State-S 87-65 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE NC State-C 74-72 75-76 N. Carolina-N 85-71 80-81 Clemson-C 73-70 76-77 Clemson-C 79-59 NC State-C 83-68 77-78 N. Carolina-NC 95-79 81-82 Clemson-C 94-75 Clemson-NC 76-73 NC State-S 76-61 78-79 Clemson-NC 79-66 82-83 NC State-C 83-66 Clemson-C 91-63 NC State-S 99-67 79-80 Clemson-NC 80-77 NC State-N 103-87 Clemson-NC 76-75 83-84 Clemson-S 73-67 80-81 Clemson-C 85-70 NC State-C (2ot) 105-104 81-82 N. Carolina-NC 82-68 84-85 NC State-C 79-74 Clemson-C 98-78 NC State-S 87-72 Clemson-N 84-76 85-86 NC State-S 76-72 82-83 N. Carolina-C 84-80 NC State-C 75-62 N. Carolina-NC 85-74 86-87 NC State-C 87-75 83-84 N. Carolina-NC 69-61 NC State-S 83-65 Clemson-C 98-76 NC State-N 79-58 N. Carolina-N 74-73 87-88 Clemson-C 76-72 84-85 N. Carolina-C 75-70 Clemson-S 72-66 N. Carolina-NC 74-71 88-89 NC State-C 78-76 85-86 N. Carolina-NC 95-91 NC State-S 81-71 Clemson-C 80-65 NC State-N 93-86 N. Carolina-N 88-83 89-90 NC State-C 72-64 86-87 N. Carolina-C 98-79 NC State-S 82-81 N. Carolina-NC 72-70 90-91 Clemson-C 82-73 87-88 Clemson-NC 73-50 NC State-S 77-55 Clemson-C 66-60 NC State-N 84-61 88-89 Clemson-NC 71-66 91-92 NC State-S 86-85 Clemson-C 92-61 Clemson-C 88-72 89-90 Clemson-C 80-66 Clemson-N (ot) 96-93 Clemson-NC 80-79 92-93 Clemson-C 89-66 90-91 Clemson-C 79-66 NC State-S 79-71 N. Carolina-NC 58-54 93-94 Clemson-S 71-56 91-92 N. Carolina-NC 72-56 Clemson-C 71-59 Clemson-C 49-46 Clemson-N 73-52 92-93 N. Carolina-C 59-56 94-95 NC State-S 72-66 N. Carolina-NC 70-63 NC State-C 68-55 93-94 N. Carolina-NC 71-68 95-96 Clemson-C 76-64 N. Carolina-C 91-86 NC State-N 77-72 N. Carolina-NC 65-64 96-97 Clemson-C 60-54 94-95 N. Carolina-C 77-73 NC State-S 64-53 N. Carolina-NC 82-69 Clemson-N 87-75 95-96 N. Carolina-NC 93-68 97-98 NC State-S 73-51 Clemson-C (ot) 79-78 Clemson-C (ot) 68-58

ACC Women’s Basketball

98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Clemson-C Clemson-S Clemson-N Clemson-C NC State-S Clemson-S NC State-C NC State-N Clemson-C Clemson-S NC State-N NC State-S Clemson-C Clemson-C NC State-S NC State-N Clemson-C NC State-S NC State-C NC State-N NC State-S NC State-C Clemson-N NC State-S Clemson-S NC State-N

88-67 70-58 52-51 71-56 67-58 67-52 56-50 65-52 62-51 63-52 63-52 63-55 73-62 77-64 76-55 45-43 78-65 69-45 78-69 67-53 65-52 89-57 (ot) 65-60 69-43 69-56 59-54

At Clemson: Clemson 17-14 At NC State: NC State 24-7 Neutral: NC State 10-5 CLEMSON VS VIRGINIA VIRGINIA LEADS 36-28 YEAR 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04

WIN-SITE SCORE Clemson-C 86-58 Clemson-V 73-59 Clemson-V 62-59 Clemson-C 88-71 Clemson-N 78-76 Virginia-V 77-67 Clemson-C 76-65 Clemson-V 76-71 Clemson-C (ot) 86-84 Virginia-V 83-75 Virginia-C 77-76 Clemson-C 75-67 Clemson-V 66-63 Virginia-C 96-89 Virginia-V 80-79 Virginia-C 83-77 Virginia-V 82-66 Virginia-V 67-64 Clemson-C 85-77 Virginia-N 66-57 Virginia-C 64-63 Clemson-V 93-84 Virginia-V 67-64 Virginia-C 71-63 Virginia-N 84-66 Virginia-C 81-75 Virginia-V 89-62 Clemson-N 65-62 Virginia-V 85-52 Virginia-C 85-81 Clemson-C (ot) 61-60 Virginia-V 87-70 Virginia-N 79-71 Virginia-V 69-65 Clemson-C 70-61 Virginia-C 76-67 Virginia-V 78-55 Clemson-V 63-59 Clemson-C 57-45 Clemson-N 75-67 Clemson-V 58-44 Virginia-C 75-65 Clemson-N (ot) 77-75 Clemson-C 74-67 Virginia-V 72-55 Virginia-C 67-66 Virginia-V 75-55 Virginia-V (2ot) 77-74 Virginia-C 72-63 Clemson-V 87-71 Clemson-C 78-71 Clemson-V 79-68 Clemson-C 73-65 Clemson-C 63-62 Virginia-V 69-54 Clemson-V 58-55

04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Clemson-C Virginia-V Virginia-V Virginia-C Virginia-N Virginia-V Virginia-C Virginia-V

60-56 68-49 83-64 86-85 89-82 83-71 75-67 82-60

At Clemson: Clemson 14-13 At Virginia: Virginia 19-10 Neutral: Even 4-4 CLEMSON VS VIRGINIA TECH EVEN 5-5 YEAR 84-85 85-86 00-01 01-02 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE Clemson-C Clemson-V Clemson-C VaTech-V VaTech-C VaTech-V Clemson-C Clemson-V VaTech-C VaTech-V

SCORE 101-90 77-76 80-59 68-58 81-66 82-70 73-69 84-73 65-61 70-69

At Clemson: Clemson 3-2 At Virginia Tech: Virginia Tech 3-2 Neutral: N/A CLEMSON VS WAKE FOREST CLEMSON LEADS 47-14 YEAR 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07

WIN-SITE Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-W W. Forest-C Clemson-W W. Forest-W Clemson-C W. Forest-C W. Forest-W W. Forest-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-W W. Forest-C Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-W W. Forest-W Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-W W. Forest-W Clemson-C Clemson-C W. Forest-W Clemson-C Clemson-W W. Forest-W W. Forest-C Clemson-C W. Forest-W Clemson-W Clemson-C

SCORE 108-53 111-59 104-58 93-74 90-58 89-62 103-71 100-58 79-75 76-68 71-63 88-73 92-67 90-54 95-82 70-64 83-78 82-76 72-61 69-59 63-59 69-63 59-58 80-62 73-56 71-51 68-58 72-54 65-48 67-59 72-57 85-68 59-58 69-60 60-57 61-60 64-41 78-38 66-38 66-55 63-59 67-45 72-55 58-46 65-46 61-45 66-55 71-68 72-55 86-71 68-60 75-68 82-70 73-57 76-53

07-08 08-09 09-10

Clemson-W Clemson-C Clemson-W W. Forest-C W. Forest-W Clemson-C

85-73 66-46 64-60 71-66 63-43 67-62

At Clemson: Clemson 25-6 At Wake Forest: Clemson 22-8 Neutral: N/A DUKE VS FLORIDA STATE DUKE LEADS 30-8 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE 91-92 Florida St.-F 67-55 Florida St.-D 61-53 92-93 Florida St.-D 84-72 Florida St.-F 74-67 93-94 Duke-D 66-60 Florida St.-F 78-73 94-95 Duke-D 84-68 Duke-F 75-71 95-96 Duke-D 92-30 Duke-F 61-47 96-97 Duke-D 87-46 Duke-F 77-70 97-98 Duke-D 96-76 Duke-F 79-67 98-99 Duke-D 91-72 Duke-F 92-75 Duke-N 90-57 99-00 Duke-F 59-54 Duke-D 87-52 Duke-N 92-65 00-01 Duke-F 73-60 Florida St.-D 71-69 Duke-N 72-56 01-02 Duke-F 102-80 Duke-D 88-55 Duke-N 82-66 02-03 Duke-D 81-63 Duke-F 70-49 03-04 Duke-D 79-66 Florida St.-F 80-74 04-05 Duke-D 75-64 05-06 Duke-D 87-68 06-07 Duke-F 73-60 07-08 Duke-D 70-38 Duke-N 81-67 08-09 Florida St.-F (ot) 82-75 Duke-N 75-57 09-10 Duke-D 73-43 At Duke: Duke 14-3 At Florida State: Duke 10-5 Neutral: Duke 6-0 DUKE VS GEORGIA TECH DUKE LEADS 53-7 YEAR 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94

WIN-SITE SCORE Duke-D 70-55 Duke-G 72-71 Duke-D 74-51 Duke-D 62-50 GaTech-G 64-61 Duke-G 55-43 Duke-D 80-40 Duke-G 74-72 Duke-D 69-61 Duke-G 65-58 Duke-D 75-67 Duke-G 65-58 Duke-D 77-61 Duke-D 85-66 Duke-G 86-72 Duke-D (ot) 77-71 Duke-G 80-71 GaTech-D (ot) 97-94 Duke-G 78-71 Duke-D 72-68 GaTech-G 78-74 Duke-G 93-79 Duke-D 89-76 Duke-D 80-76 GaTech-G 75-53 GaTech-D (ot) 86-80 GaTech-G 72-67 Duke-D 56-50 GaTech-G 61-56

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ACC SERIES RECORDS 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Duke-G Duke-D Duke-D Duke-G Duke-D Duke-G Duke-D Duke-G Duke-N Duke-D Duke-G Duke-G Duke-D Duke-N Duke-D Duke-G Duke-G Duke-D Duke-G Duke-D Duke-N Duke-G Duke-D Duke-D Duke-G Duke-G Duke-D Duke-G Duke-D Duke-G Duke-N

80-71 77-67 78-66 70-55 74-65 83-58 87-56 58-55 100-56 113-46 74-73 64-45 83-51 77-56 86-83 74-54 76-60 86-50 79-59 82-43 76-52 77-45 81-41 82-59 73-55 67-59 83-51 73-47 60-34 64-50 67-55

At Duke: Duke 26-2 At Georgia Tech: Duke 23-5 Neutral: Duke 4-0 DUKE VS MARYLAND MARYLAND LEADS 37-36 YEAR 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03

WIN-SITE Maryland-D Maryland-N Maryland-M Maryland-D Maryland-M Maryland-N Maryland-D Maryland-D Maryland-M Maryland-M Maryland-D Duke-D Duke-M Maryland-M Maryland-D Maryland-M Duke-D Maryland-N Maryland-M Duke-D Maryland-D Maryland-M Maryland-M Maryland-D Maryland-D Duke-M Maryland-D Maryland-M Maryland-D Maryland-M Maryland-M Duke-D Maryland-N Duke-M Duke-D Duke-D Maryland-M Maryland-M Duke-D Duke-N Duke-D Maryland-M Duke-M Duke-D Duke-M Maryland-D Duke-M Duke-D Duke-D Duke-M Duke-D

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SCORE 117-47 103-39 82-55 82-63 85-68 72-49 65-62 72-49 89-68 81-54 64-63 68-58 63-60 74-60 72-67 65-64 70-63 64-62 83-73 81-73 87-86 100-64 68-60 62-58 74-63 45-44 80-54 74-69 82-51 90-71 67-50 62-60 60-45 80-62 67-63 57-53 63-52 68-64 66-57 60-52 65-48 54-53 90-61 72-54 79-61 63-62 75-64 75-54 90-74 66-55 101-52

03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Duke-M Duke-D Duke-M Duke-N Duke-D Duke-M Duke-N Duke-M Duke-D Maryland-N Maryland-N Duke-D Duke-M Maryland-M Maryland-D Duke-N Duke-D Maryland-M Maryland-N Duke-M Duke-D Duke-N

97-55 78-48 72-59 70-63 60-57 60-49 74-44 86-68 90-80 78-70 (ot) 78-75 81-62 69-57 85-70 76-69 74-63 68-65 77-59 (ot) 92-89 58-57 71-59 66-64

At Duke: Duke 18-13 At Maryland: Maryland 17-13 Neutral: Maryland 7-5 DUKE VS MIAMI DUKE LEADS 7-0 YEAR 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE SCORE Duke-M 72-63 Duke-D 95-61 Duke-M (2ot) 99-93 Duke-D 72-42 Duke-M 84-72 Duke-D 73-58 Duke-M 69-62

66-55 83-74 83-70 56-52 93-71 88-78 101-58 73-64 79-76 92-85 72-67 102-82 90-75 87-80 (ot) 78-67 97-63 77-59 79-57 89-79 63-47 56-51 77-68 88-67 74-70 77-65 64-53 67-62 93-76 82-51 86-73 75-60 (ot) 81-79 79-51 64-54

At Duke: Duke 19-14 At N. Carolina: N. Carolina 25-8 Neutral: N. Carolina 7-5 DUKE VS NC STATE NC STATE LEADS 39-28

At Duke: Duke 3-0 At Miami: Duke 4-0 Neutral: N/A DUKE VS NORTH CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA LEADS 46-32 YEAR WIN-SITE 75-76 N. Carolina-NC 77-78 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-D 78-79 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 79-80 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-N Duke-D N. Carolina-N 80-81 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 81-82 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 82-83 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 83-84 N. Carolina-NC Duke-D 84-85 Duke-D N. Carolina-NC 85-86 Duke-D Duke-NC 86-87 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-D 87-88 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 88-89 N. Carolina-NC Duke-D 89-90 Duke-D N. Carolina-NC 90-91 Duke-D Duke-NC 91-92 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-D 92-93 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-D 93-94 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 94-95 Duke-D N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-N 95-96 Duke-N Duke-D 96-97 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC

N. Carolina-N 97-98 N. Carolina-NC Duke-D N. Carolina-N 98-99 Duke-NC Duke-D 99-00 Duke-D N. Carolina-NC Duke-N 00-01 Duke-NC Duke-D 01-02 Duke-D Duke-NC Duke-N 02-03 Duke-NC Duke-D Duke-N 03-04 Duke-D Duke-NC Duke-N 04-05 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-N 05-06 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC 06-07 Duke-NC Duke-D 07-08 N. Carolina-D N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-N 08-09 N. Carolina-NC Duke-D 09-10 Duke-D N. Carolina-NC

SCORE 85-54 87-68 80-72 82-65 69-54 91-58 85-63 66-61 83-59 77-65 77-47 73-47 93-59 84-68 82-65 72-63 80-67 63-62 88-68 79-78 86-79 76-68 83-67 65-64 68-64 93-92 74-72 90-88 58-56 78-72 59-54 58-54 69-64 66-54 84-63 79-68 70-58 74-72 82-58 95-70 86-85 61-58 87-73 81-61

YEAR 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98

WIN-SITE SCORE NC State-S% 69-66 NC State-D 67-37 NC State-S 78-35 NC State-S 87-35 NC State-S 125-43 NC State-D 86-36 NC State-D 99-44 NC State-S 86-55 NC State-D 96-78 NC State-D 70-53 NC State-S 81-61 NC State-S 69-55 NC State-S 71-55 NC State-D 102-81 NC State-D 86-62 Duke-S 74-73 NC State-N 81-68 NC State-S 68-62 NC State-D 73-72 NC State-N 89-57 Duke-D 70-66 NC State-S 102-86 NC State-D 86-79 Duke-S 76-69 NC State-S 97-85 Duke-D 68-66 NC State-D 75-68 NC State-S 92-78 NC State-N 89-50 NC State-D 103-87 NC State-S 80-61 NC State-S 96-84 NC State-D 98-63 Duke-S 73-69 NC State-D 87-67 NC State-S 77-60 Duke-D 82-65 Duke-D 69-66 NC State-S 71-70 Duke-D 91-70 NC State-S 71-55 NC State-S 75-73 NC State-D 80-74 Duke-N 79-62 NC State-S 86-73 Duke-D (ot) 96-95 Duke-S 75-61 Duke-D 65-62

98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Duke-S Duke-D NC State-S Duke-D Duke-D NC State-S Duke-N Duke-S Duke-D Duke-S Duke-D Duke-D Duke-S Duke-S Duke-D Duke-S NC State-N Duke-D Duke-S Duke-S Duke-N

67-62 75-67 (ot) 80-75 70-64 62-59 69-55 57-45 73-68 81-54 54-44 86-60 75-56 90-57 52-49 77-57 65-51 70-54 71-57 (ot) 61-58 70-39 70-60

At Duke: NC State 16-14 At NC State: NC State 19-13 Neutral: NC State 4-3 (% Duke was a club team in 74-75) DUKE VS VIRGINIA VIRGINIA LEADS 32-29 YEAR 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09

WIN-SITE SCORE Virginia-D 73-55 Virginia-D 68-61 Virginia-V 74-58 Duke-D 65-63 Virginia-V 73-57 Duke-D 80-63 Duke-D 73-63 Virginia-V 66-63 Virginia-D 72-58 Virginia-V 82-55 Virginia-D 75-58 Virginia-V 74-66 Virginia-V 90-76 Virginia-D 81-67 Virginia-V 71-43 Duke-D 77-76 Virginia-D 72-49 Virginia-V 79-67 Virginia-V 78-66 Virginia-D 99-81 Duke-D 84-74 Virginia-V 86-62 Virginia-D 95-56 Virginia-V 86-61 Virginia-D 81-54 Virginia-V 93-48 Virginia-N 81-55 Virginia-V 76-57 Virginia-D 91-61 Virginia-D 87-66 Virginia-V 73-60 Virginia-V 78-62 Virginia-D 67-61 Duke-N (ot) 83-82 Virginia-D 61-60 Duke-V 72-69 Virginia-V 62-55 Virginia-D 86-56 Duke-D 93-66 Duke-V (ot) 85-78 Duke-D 84-68 Duke-V 66-56 Duke-D 83-62 Virginia-V 61-49 Duke-V 71-68 Duke-D 76-53 Duke-V 107-73 Duke-D 86-69 Duke-N 71-67 Duke-V 60-59 Duke-D 75-48 Duke-V 63-52 Duke-D 87-54 Duke-V 87-65 Duke-D 88-65 Duke-V 76-61 Duke-N 79-58 Duke-D 78-70 Duke-V 81-67 Duke-N 76-53

09-10

Duke-D

83-65

At Duke: Duke 15-14 At Virginia: Virginia 17-10 Neutral: Duke 4-1 DUKE VS VIRGINIA TECH DUKE LEADS 15-2 YEAR 80-81 81-82 92-93 98-99 99-00 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE VaTech-V Duke-D Duke-D VaTech-D Duke-V Duke-D Duke-V Duke-D Duke-N Duke-V Duke-D Duke-D Duke-V Duke-V Duke-D Duke-D Duke-V

SCORE 66-65 71-58 85-63 72-70 70-61 88-67 73-62 93-51 69-56 86-54 75-65 85-50 72-60 57-52 62-46 69-38 65-53

At Duke: Duke 8-1 At Virginia Tech: Duke 6-1 Neutral: Duke 1-0 DUKE VS WAKE FOREST DUKE LEADS 51-18 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE 74-75 W. Forest-W% 59-34 W. Forest-D% 55-50 76-77 W. Forest-W 57-52 77-78 W. Forest-D 55-54 78-79 Duke-W 65-52 Duke-D 77-66 79-80 Duke-W 80-70 Duke-D 71-68 80-81 Duke-D 98-75 Duke-W 76-61 81-82 W. Forest-W 67-60 Duke-D 75-52 82-83 Duke-W 76-58 83-84 Duke-D 66-57 W. Forest-W 73-58 84-85 W. Forest-W 64-53 W. Forest-D 59-55 85-86 Duke-D 77-67 Duke-W 76-59 W. Forest-N 72-71 86-87 W. Forest-D 73-72 Duke-W 84-63 87-88 W. Forest-W 58-57 W. Forest-D 62-59 88-89 W. Forest-D 72-69 W. Forest-W 79-74 89-90 W. Forest-W 72-63 Duke-D 66-61 90-91 Duke-D 65-52 W. Forest-W 68-51 91-92 Duke-W 73-59 Duke-D 69-61 Duke-N 61-52 92-93 W. Forest-D 64-60 Duke-W 71-59 W. Forest-N 70-69 93-94 Duke-W 56-50 Duke-D 60-51 94-95 Duke-D 76-58 Duke-W 78-66 95-96 Duke-W 74-64 Duke-D 85-66 Duke-N 67-61 96-97 Duke-D 82-70 Duke-W 81-58 97-98 Duke-W 73-60 Duke-D 79-55 98-99 Duke-W 74-59 Duke-D 86-48 99-00 Duke-D 82-48 Duke-W 69-38 00-01 Duke-D 81-56 Duke-W 66-58 Duke-N (ot) 75-68 01-02 Duke-D 91-46

ACC Women’s Basketball


ACC SERIES RECORDS 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

Duke-W Duke-D Duke-W Duke-N Duke-W Duke-D Duke-N Duke-W Duke-N Duke-D Duke-W Duke-D Duke-W Duke-D

83-60 71-61 83-41 64-59 88-55 80-55 77-59 99-86 107-50 100-54 77-45 71-36 83-50 65-51

At Duke: Duke 23-7 At Wake Forest: Duke 22-9 Neutral: Duke 6-2 (% Duke was a club team in 74-75) FLORIDA STATE VS GEORGIA TECH FLORIDA STATE LEADS 19-18 YEAR 74-75 80-81 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE SCORE Florida St.-G 58-22 GaTech-G 97-84 GaTech-F 70-68 Florida St.-G 77-66 Florida St.-G 79-71 GaTech-F 61-46 GaTech-F 65-62 GaTech-G 63-51 Florida St.-G 60-58 GaTech-F 68-57 GaTech-G 97-65 Florida St.-F (3ot) 90-85 Florida St.-N 64-51 GaTech-G 75-51 GaTech-F 68-60 Florida St.-G 88-53 Florida St.-F 77-56 GaTech-G 92-70 GaTech-F 86-78 Florida St.-G 93-64 Florida St.-F 77-74 Florida St.-G 66-65 Florida St.-F 89-69 Florida St.-G 87-78 GaTech-F 73-56 Florida St.-F 66-47 GaTech-G 86-56 GaTech-N 64-59 GaTech-G 66-59 GaTech-F 73-62 GaTech-F 59-58 Florida St.-G 51-49 Florida St.-G 59-54 Florida St.-F 63-52 GaTech-G 83-73 Florida St.-F 59-49 Florida St.-G 69-59

At Florida St.: GaTech 9-7 At Georgia Tech: Florida St. 11-8 Neutral: Even 1-1

FLORIDA STATE VS MARYLAND MARYLAND LEADS 23-12 YEAR WIN-SITE 91-92 Maryland-F Maryland-M 92-93 Florida St.-F Maryland-M Maryland-N 93-94 Maryland-F Maryland-M 94-95 Maryland-F Florida St.-M Maryland-N 95-96 Maryland-F Maryland-M 96-97 Maryland-F Maryland-M 97-98 Florida St.-F Maryland-M 98-99 Maryland-M Florida St.-F 99-00 Maryland-M

SCORE 79-64 101-70 68-61 74-61 91-68 69-54 81-39 70-56 66-59 72-56 72-49 75-63 65-48 79-59 53-50 77-49 94-76 69-63 68-67

Florida St.-F Florida St.-N 00-01 Florida St.-F Florida St.-M 01-02 Maryland-M Florida St.-F 02-03 Florida St.-M Maryland-F 03-04 Florida St.-F Maryland-M Maryland-N 04-05 Florida St.-F 05-06 Maryland-M 06-07 Maryland-F 07-08 Maryland-M 08-09 Maryland-F 09-10 Florida St-M

66-52 65-60 69-38 77-65 62-50 60-55 76-61 66-61 82-77 76-67 62-47 (ot) 95-91 75-57 74-60 (ot) 92-84 72-71 94-61

At Florida State: Even 8-8 At Maryland: Maryland 12-4 Neutral: Maryland 3-1 FLORIDA STATE VS MIAMI FLORIDA STATE LEADS 29-8 YEAR 74-75 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 83-84 84-85 86-87 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE SCORE Florida St.-N 59-45 Florida St.-N 66-56 Florida St.-F 79-53 Florida St.-M 74-64 Florida St.-N 73-57 Florida St.-M 82-64 Florida St.-F 93-74 Florida St.-N 72-61 Florida St.-F 87-73 Florida St.-M 62-55 Miami-N 79-70 Florida St.-M 77-74 Florida St.-F 66-52 Florida St.-N 84-80 Florida St.-F 76-64 Miami-M 79-65 Miami-F 74-67 Florida St.-M 75-74 Miami-F 80-73 Miami-N 96-85 Miami-M 88-79 Florida St.-F 95-66 Florida St.-M 76-62 Florida St.-F 71-69 Florida St.-M 64-61 Florida St.-F 65-56 Miami-M 62-57 Florida St.-M 79-54 Florida St.-F 68-61 Florida St.-F 71-62 Florida St.-M 75-68 Florida St.-M (ot) 75-70 Florida St.-F 50-49 Florida St.-M 75-59 Florida St.-F 59-58 Miami-M 78-70 Florida St.-F 87-62

At Florida St.: Florida St. 13-2 At Miami: Florida St. 11-4 Neutral: Florida St. 5-2 FLORIDA ST. VS N. CAROLINA NORTH CAROLINA LEADS 27-9 YEAR WIN-SITE 81-82 Florida St.-N 82-83 Florida St.-N 87-88 N. Carolina-NC 91-92 Florida St.-F N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-N 92-93 Florida St.-NC N. Carolina-F 93-94 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-F 94-95 N. Carolina-F N. Carolina-NC 95-96 N. Carolina-NC Florida St.-F 96-97 N. Carolina-F N. Carolina-NC 97-98 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-F 98-99 N. Carolina-F N. Carolina-NC

ACC Women’s Basketball

SCORE 77-68 75-74 82-79 70-61 69-52 81-69 85-66 73-60 102-61 71-48 77-52 92-47 67-59 73-64 88-63 82-56 103-77 75-58 112-101 87-76

99-00 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-F 00-01 N. Carolina-F Florida St.-NC 01-02 N. Carolina-F N. Carolina-NC 02-03 N. Carolina-F N. Carolina-NC 03-04 N. Carolina-NC N. Carolina-F 04-05 Florida St.-F 05-06 N. Carolina-NC 06-07 N. Carolina-F 07-08 N. Carolina-NC 08-09 Florida St.-F 09-10 Florida St.-NC

77-67 78-74 75-62 (ot) 80-78 93-81 93-63 74-53 72-56 66-60 71-58 (ot) 79-73 68-51 80-59 97-77 77-70 83-73

At Florida St.: N. Carolina 12-4 At N. Carolina: N. Carolina 14-3 Neutral: Florida State 2-1 FLORIDA STATE VS NC STATE NC STATE LEADS 24-10 YEAR 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE Florida St.-F Florida St.-S NC State-S NC State-F NC State-F Florida St.-S NC State-S NC State-F NC State-F NC State-S NC State-F NC State-S NC State-S NC State-F NC State-F NC State-S NC State-F NC State-S Florida St.-F NC State-S Florida St.-F NC State-S Florida St.-F NC State-S NC State-F NC State-S NC State-S Florida St.-F NC State-N NC State-S NC State-N Florida St.-F Florida St.-S Florida St.-F

SCORE 76-75 86-79 75-67 57-47 51-46 59-58 91-68 70-55 76-71 78-64 88-52 75-36 72-60 72-62 65-54 84-59 62-58 72-62 74-70 66-85 80-74 60-64 64-55 57-52 79-64 65-55 71-43 75-61 64-60 68-51 76-49 57-54 64-59 74-71

At Florida State: NC State 9-7 At NC State: NC State 13-3 Neutral: NC State 2-0

FLORIDA STATE VS VIRGINIA VIRGINIA LEADS 30-11 YEAR 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01

WIN-SITE SCORE Virginia-V 92-77 Virginia-F 87-60 Virginia-V 81-43 Virginia-F 78-66 Virginia-V 76-68 Virginia-V 82-56 Virginia-F 59-50 Virginia-F 76-60 Virginia-V 79-45 Virginia-V 91-58 Virginia-F 81-40 Virginia-N 83-50 Virginia-F 67-57 Virginia-V 73-44 Virginia-V 75-62 Virginia-F (ot) 83-76 Virginia-F 80-71 Virginia-V 73-55 Virginia-F 76-73 Virginia-V 74-59 Florida St.-F 60-58

Virginia-V Florida St.-N 01-02 Virginia-V Virginia-F 02-03 Florida St.-F Virginia-V 03-04 Virginia-F Florida St.-V 04-05 Virginia-F Virginia-N 05-06 Florida St.-F Florida St.-V 06-07 Florida St.-F Florida St.-V 07-08 Virginia-F Virginia-V 08-09 Florida St.-V Virginia-F 09-10 Florida St.-F Florida St.-V

77-65 83-77 66-62 57-54 55-46 63-54 (ot) 82-80 73-71 77-62 (ot) 71-67 60-46 67-58 63-47 79-77 (ot) 69-66 77-58 80-75 68-63 68-50 59-58

At Florida State: Virginia 14-5 At Virginia: Virginia 14-5 Neutral: Virginia 2-1 FLORIDA STATE VS VIRGINIA TECH FLORIDA STATE LEADS 17-9 YEAR 79-80 79-80 81-82 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 00-01 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10

WIN-SITE SCORE Florida St.-F 67-57 VaTech-F 77-54 Florida St.-V 93-82 VaTech-V 63-58 Florida St.-F 85-77 VaTech-N 86-65 VaTech-V 73-68 VaTech-V 91-78 Florida St.-F 70-65 VaTech-V 68-67 Florida St.-F 61-59 VaTech-V 97-81 VaTech-V 68-67 Florida St.-F 69-56 Florida St.-V 68-64 Florida St.-F 69-52 Florida St.-V 78-64 Florida St.-F 76-53 Florida St.-F 77-57 Florida St.-V (2ot) 81-78 Florida St.-F (3ot) 94-83 VaTech-F 76-69 Florida St.-V 70-60 Florida St.-F 67-63 Florida St.-V 67-63 Florida St.-F 78-68

At Florida State: Florida St. 11-2 At Virginia Tech: Even 6-6 Neutral: Virginia Tech 1-0 FLORIDA STATE VS WAKE FOREST FLORIDA STATE LEADS 22-14 YEAR WIN-SITE SCORE 91-92 Florida St.-W 86-83 W. Forest-F 67-64 92-93 W. Forest-W 57-54 Florida St.-F 77-73 93-9