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Warhawks Basketball

A Look Inside... General Information

Table of Contents/Quick Facts ...............................................1

A Preview of the 2011-12 Season

2011-12 Schedule .................................................................2 2011-12 Roster .....................................................................3 2011-12 Outlook ................................................................4-5

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Dan Davis ..........................................................6 Assistant Coach Samantha Paradise .......................................7 Graduate Assistant Haley McIntyre .........................................7 Team Manager Catie Bonner ..................................................7

Meet the Team

Courtney Thacker .................................................................8 Haley Williams ......................................................................9 Areial Woods ...................................................................... 10 Caitie Cunningham .............................................................. 11 Candace Dyer ..................................................................... 12 Kamesha Strong ................................................................. 13 Stephanie Torrence ............................................................. 14 Ashley deVries and LaKenya Drayton .................................... 15 Matika Sterling and Keisha Moore......................................... 15 Kayla Beaty and Jazmine Jackson......................................... 16 Tina Odume and Marren Schwartz ....................................... 16 Team Philosophy ................................................................. 17

2010-11 Season-In-Review

2010-11 Season and SSAC Statistics..................................... 18 2010-11 Game Results and SSAC Award Winners .................. 19

2011-12 Opponents

Opponent Information .................................................... 20-22 All-Time Series Results ........................................................ 22

History

Year-by-Year Results ...................................................... 23-26 Single Game Records ..........................................................27 Season Records .............................................................27-28 Career Records ..............................................................28-29 1,000-Point Club ............................................................30-32 All-District and All-Region Performers ...................................33 All-Americans and All-Conference Performers ........................34

About AUM

2011-12 AUM Cheerleaders and Game Day Staff ................... 35 This is Auburn University at Montgomery ......................... 36-37 Chancellor Dr. John G. Veres III .......................................... 38 Athletics Director Steve Crotz............................................... 39 Athletic Administration ........................................................ 40 Media Directory .................................................................. 40 The NAIA and Southern States Athletic Conference ............... 41 Proud Sponsors of AUM Athletics .................................... 42-47 Warhawks in the Community ............................................... 48

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Quick Facts General Information Location ................................................................. Montgomery, Ala. Founded ....................................................................................1967 Chancellor .......................................................... Dr. John G. Veres III Enrollment ...............................................................................5,314 Nickname .......................................................................... Warhawks Colors ...........................................................Orange, Black and White Affiliation ................................................................................. NAIA Conference....................................................Southern States Athletic Athletic Director ............................................................. Steve Crotz Faculty Athletics Representative................................. Dr. John Aho Assistant AD for Finance ................................................ Jessie Rosa Sports Information Director .............................................. Tim Lutz Athletic Graduate Assistants ............. Jordan Crist, Serena McCovery Athletic Trainer............................................................ Kyle Sampsell

2010-11 Review 2010-11 Record...................................................................... 14-16 SSAC Record/Finish....................................5-7 / 6th in SSAC West Postseason............................................................................... None

2011-12 Preview Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................... 7/4 Starters Returning/Lost............................................................. 2/3 Newcomers .................................................................................... 8 Returning Scoring ........................................... 905 of 1,840 (49.2%) Returning Field Goals Made ............................... 319 of 630 (50.6%) Returning Rebounding .................................... 491 of 1,161 (42.3%) Returning Assists ............................................... 214 of 342 (62.6%) Returning Minutes........................................ 3,300 of 6,050 (54.5%)

Coaching Staff Head Coach ....................................................................... Dan Davis Alma Mater......................... Auburn University at Montgomery, 1999 Record At AUM / Seasons ................ 49-40 (.551) / Three seasons Overall Record / Seasons ....................................................Same Assistant Coach ................................................... Samantha Paradise Graduate Assistant Coach ......................................... Haley McIntyre Team Manager .............................................................. Catie Bonner

Team History First Year of Basketball ....................................................... 1986-87 All-Time Record ......................................................... 598-248 (.707) NAIA Tournament Appearances ................................................. 18 (1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009)

NAIA Tournament Record ...................................................... 18-18 Last NAIA Tournament Appearance ................ 2008-09, First Round Opponent / Result ......... Point Loma Nazarene University / L, 51-38

Athletic Media Relations Sports Information Director: ............................................. Tim Lutz Office Phone: .......................................................... 334-244-3832 E-mail: .................................................................. tlutz1@aum.edu SID Fax: ...................................................................... 334-244-3886 Website:.........................................................www.AUMathletics.com

Media Guide Credits The 2011-12 Auburn University at Montgomery Women’s Basketball Media Guide is a production of the University’s Sports Information Office. The guide was written and designed by Sports Information Director Tim Lutz. The covers were designed by Winfred Hawkins, Graphic Designer at AUM. Photography for the publication was provided by AUM Photographer Frank Williams. Additional thanks to opponents during the 2011-12 season for their assistance and use of their athletic logo. Invaluable editorial assistance was provided by Charise Alexander, AUM Marketing Coordinator. Printing was provided by Davis Direct in Montgomery.

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2011-12 SCHEDULE Day

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Friday

Nov. 4

vs. Concordia-Selma#

Montgomery, Ala.

10 a.m.

Saturday

Nov. 5

vs. Webber International#

Montgomery, Ala.

1 p.m.

Sunday

Nov. 6

at Alabama%

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

2 p.m.

Wednesday Nov. 9

vs. Talladega

AUM P.E. Complex

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Nov. 12

at Georgia Southwestern

Americus, Ga.

3 p.m.

Friday

Nov. 18

at Lee*

Cleveland, Tenn.

4:30 p.m.

Saturday

Nov. 19

at Shorter*

Rome, Ga.

2 p.m.

Tuesday

Nov. 22

at Talladega

Talladega, Ala.

5:30 p.m.

Friday

Dec. 2

vs. Southern Polytechnic*

AUM P.E. Complex

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Dec. 3

vs. Brewton-Parker*

AUM P.E. Complex

3 p.m.

Thursday

Dec. 29

vs. Martin Methodist@

Montgomery, Ala.

7 p.m.

Friday

Dec. 30

vs. New Orleans@

Montgomery, Ala.

9 p.m.

Monday

Jan. 2

vs. Birmingham Southern

AUM P.E. Complex

5:30 p.m.

Friday

Jan. 6

at Emmanuel*

Franklin Springs, Ga.

4:30 p.m.

Saturday

Jan. 7

at Brenau*

Gainesville, Ga.

2 p.m.

Thursday

Jan. 12

at Belhaven*

Jackson, Miss.

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Jan. 14

vs. Spring Hill*

AUM P.E. Complex

2 p.m.

Thursday

Jan. 19

vs. Mobile*

AUM P.E. Complex

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Jan. 21

at William Carey*

Hattiesburg, Miss.

2 p.m.

Thursday

Jan. 26

at New Orleans

New Orleans, La.

6 p.m.

Saturday

Jan. 28

at Loyola-New Orleans*

New Orleans, La.

2 p.m.

Thursday

Feb. 2

vs. Faulkner*

AUM P.E. Complex

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Feb. 4

vs. Belhaven*

AUM P.E. Complex

2 p.m.

Thursday

Feb. 9

at Spring Hill*

Mobile, Ala.

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Feb. 11

at Mobile*

Mobile, Ala.

2 p.m.

Thursday

Feb. 16

vs. William Carey*立

AUM P.E. Complex

5:30 p.m.

Saturday

Feb. 18

vs. Loyola-New Orleans*^

AUM P.E. Complex

2 p.m.

Saturday

Feb. 25

at Faulkner*

Montgomery, Ala.

2 p.m.

Wed.-Sat.

Feb. 29 - March 3

at SSAC Tournament

Rome, Ga.

TBA

* Denotes Southern States Athletic Conference Match % Denotes Exhibition Contest # Denotes Jimmy Faulkner Classic (Montgomery, Ala.) @ Denotes Huntingdon Holiday Classic (Montgomery, Ala.) 立 Denotes Pink Zone Game ^ Denotes Homecoming/Senior Night Home Matches in Bold All Times Central

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2011-12 ROSTER

Numerical No.

Name

Pos.

Ht.

Cl./Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

1

Jazmine Jackson

G

5-5

Fr./HS

Snellville, Ga./Brookwood HS

4

Areial Woods

G

5-5

Sr./1L

Aliceville, Ala./Shelton State CC

5

Stephanie Torrence

G

5-7

Jr./2L

Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut HS

10

Haley Williams

G

5-4

Sr./1L

Dothan, Ala./Southern Union CC

11

Kamesha Strong

G

5-4

Jr./2L

Selma, Ala./Selma HS

12

Courtney Thacker

G

5-10

Sr./3L

Crossville, Ala./Crossville HS

15

Kayla Beaty

C

6-1

Fr./HS

Ider, Ala./Ider HS

20

Caitlin Cunningham

F

6-0

Jr./2L

Winchester, Tenn./Franklin County HS

21

Candace Dyer

G

5-6

Jr./2L

Chattanooga, Tenn./Tennessee Temple Aca.

23

LaKenya Drayton

F

6-0

Jr./JC

Hephzibah, Ga./Snead State CC

24

Matika Sterling

C

6-0

Jr./JC

Shobuta, Miss./Chattahoochee Valley CC

30

Marren Schwartz

C

6-2

Fr./HS

Monroe, Ga./George Walton Academy

33

Keisha Moore

G

5-9

So./TR

Selma, Ala./Tennessee Tech University

44

Tina Odume

C

6-2

Fr./HS

Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett HS

50

Ashley deVries

C

6-1

Jr./JC

Clermont, Fla./Snead State CC

Alphabetical No.

Name

Pos.

Ht.

Cl./Exp.

Hometown/Previous School

15

Kayla Beaty

F

6-1

Fr./HS

Ider, Ala./Ider HS

20

Caitlin Cunningham

F

6-0

Jr./2L

Winchester, Tenn./Franklin County HS

50

Ashley deVries

F

6-1

Jr./JC

Clermont, Fla./Snead State CC

23

LaKenya Drayton

F

6-0

Jr./JC

Hephzibah, Ga./Snead State CC

21

Candace Dyer

G

5-6

Jr./2L

Chattanooga, Tenn./Tennessee Temple Academy

1

Jazmine Jackson

G

5-5

Fr./HS

Snellville, Ga./Brookwood HS

33

Keisha Moore

G

5-9

So./TR

Selma, Ala./Tennessee Tech University

44

Tina Odume

F

6-2

Fr./HS

Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett HS

30

Marren Schwartz

F

6-2

Fr./HS

Monroe, Ga./George Walton Academy

24

Matika Sterling

F

6-0

Jr./JC

Shobuta, Miss./Chattahoochee Valley CC

11

Kamesha Strong

G

5-4

Jr./2L

Selma, Ala./Selma HS

12

Courtney Thacker

G

5-10

Sr./3L

Crossville, Ala./Crossville HS

5

Stephanie Torrence

G

5-7

Jr./2L

Knoxville, Tenn./Farragut HS

10

Haley Williams

G

5-4

Sr./1L

Dothan, Ala./Southern Union CC

4

Areial Woods

G

5-5

Sr./1L

Aliceville, Ala./Shelton State CC

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dan Davis Assistant Coach: Samantha Paradise Graduate Assistant Coach: Haley McIntyre Manager: Catie Bonner

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2011-12 OUTLOOK Entering his fourth season at the helm of

players. We have several key

the women’s basketball program, head coach

players returning, along with

Dan Davis is as excited about this year’s team

two talented newcomers,

as any he has coached. Despite having to

who will continue to make

replace two career 1,000-point scorers in Haley

our guard-play one of the

McIntyre and Carlie Ainsworth, as well as the

strengths of our team.”

leadership that each brought to the team on

Junior Caitie Cunningham

a daily basis, Davis thinks the Warhawks have

is the lone member of the

pieces in place to return to the team conten-

frontcourt returning, but will

tion in the competitive Southern States Athletic

be pushed quickly by six

Conference standings and to the NAIA National

newcomers, all standing 6-0

Tournament.

or taller.

“Losing the experience and leadership that

Joining Cunningham

Haley and Carlie brought to our team will be

up front are junior college

tough to replace,” Davis said. “We spend a

transfers LaKenya Drayton,

lot of time trying to develop our players into

Matika Sterling and Ashley deVries, along with

leaders, and combined with the lessons they

freshmen Marren Schwartz, Tina Odume and

learned from those two great players (McIntyre

Kayla Beaty.

and Ainsworth), I feel like we have a team full of leaders returning.” This season’s team returns seven letterwin-

The 2011-12 Warhawk Senior Class

“Last season, we struggled with depth at the post position, but I think we addressed that with our signing class,” Davis said. “We tried

ners and welcomes eight newcomers to AUM’s

to bring in players who have the strength and

campus. In their returners, the Warhawks bring

size to play the ‘high-low’ style that we want to

back nearly half of their scoring, 42 percent of

play. I think we did a good job of turning our

their rebounds and better than 62 percent of

weakness last season into a potential strength

their assists.

for this year.”

The strength of the team returning comes is in the backcourt, where senior Courtney Thacker, as well as juniors Kamesha Strong and

Despite returning six guards from last

spots. Seniors Areial Woods and Haley Williams

on the experience and leadership of Thacker

and junior Candace Dyer will provide depth

and Strong, both of which have started for the

at the position, while sophomore newcomer

majority of their career. Thacker was forced

Keisha Moore and freshman Jazmine Jackson

to play out of position last season, yet still

will also compete for significant playing time.

managed career-highs with 8.8 points and 4.3 rebounds per contest. “Courtney exemplifies all the qualities we

to get into the paint and really create oppor-

look for in a player,” Davis said. ”She has a

tunities for themselves, as well as for our post

team-first mentality and works hard every day. She is back in her natural position out on the perimeter and has really improved her defense. Last year, she had her best season with our program and we are expecting her to increase her production this season.” Strong led the team with 78 assists and averaged 3.7 points per game, but will be expected to increase her production as a scorer this season. “Kamesha was a unanimous selection to be a team captain, so her teammates know she is going to bring it every day in

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doesn’t finish with a fancy stat line, but no player is more valuable to our team on the floor than her.” Perhaps the most talented returning player for AUM, Torrence enjoyed a break-out season as a sophomore, averaging 8.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per game. A potent offensive player, Torrence matched an AUM season-high with 29 points against Belhaven, hitting seven 3-point”Stephanie is probably our most talented

BACKCOURT season’s team, the Warhawks will rely heavily

ter,” Davis said. “I think our guards will be able

on the offensive end of the court. She usually

ers, one off the school record.

Stephanie Torrence will compete for starting

“I think we are really quick on the perime-

hard to improve her level of play, especially

practice and in every game,” Davis said. “She has worked

offensive guard,” Davis added. “She paid her dues the past two seasons playing behind Carlie and I really think she is due for a breakthrough season. She knows what we expect and what our program is about, so it is her time to shine. She has to be committed to playing every possession of both ends of the court, but has the ability to do that and will be a leader for our team.” Woods will also factor into the rotation in the backcourt, after starting 12 games in her first season with the Warhawks, averaging 4.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per contest. “Areial saw good action last season and will be a much-improved player for us this season,” Davis said. “She has had a year to learn our system and worked extremely hard this summer to become more efficient with her left hand. In the short time we have practiced this preseason, you can tell she has elevated her game on both ends of the court.” Also factoring into the equation are Williams and Dyer, both of which made contributions last season. “Haley understands and embraces our system,” Davis said. “She understands that she doesn’t have to do too much, yet is a good enough shooter to contribute offensively. She bought into our philosophy and leads by example and vocally in practice. She is unselfish


Warhawks Basketball and cares only about the team winning. No one on our team will out-work her.” “Candace showed some positive signs at the

2011-12 OUTLOOK FRONTCOURT The AUM frontcourt will feature plenty of new faces, as the unit returns only Cunning-

end of last season,” Davis continued. “She has

ham from last season. Cunningham saw action

a tenacious work ethic and is a great leader on

in 28 games as a sophomore, averaging 2.9

our team. She is probably the most respected

points and 3.2 rebounds per contest.

player on our team.” Joining the team for their first season with

“Caitie has been a nice surprise this preseason,” Davis said. “I think she is comfortable

the program is Moore and Jackson. Moore, a

with the system, having spent the last two

high-school teammate of Strong at Selma High

seasons in it. She is a tremendous rebounder

School, spent last season playing for Tennessee

on both ends of the floor and has the tools to

Tech University, where she helped the Golden

contribute in an added role to our team this

Eagles to the Women’s National Invitation

season.”

Tournament.

The Warhawks will also welcome a trio of junior college forwards and three former prep standouts to its rotation, with each bringing an added dimension to the post position. LaKenya Drayton and Ashley deVries were teammates at Snead State Community College in Boaz, Ala., the past two seasons, and will each bring an experienced, physical presence inside. “I think Kenya will be a great addition to our team,” Davis said. “She came into camp a little out of shape, but has worked hard on her condition. She is an intelligent player, with great size and strength, who I think can be a very good post player in our league. I have high expectations for Kenya this season.” “Ashley is one of our best passing post players,” Davis continued. “She needs to continue to get in better shape and improve her offense. She has very good size and will work hard inside, battling for rebounds and looking to block

Head Coach Dan Davis and Sophomore Keisha Moore

shots. She has established that she will be a key contributor for our team.”

“Keisha should be a lock-down defender for our

Also joining the program from the JUCO

team,” Davis said. “She will likely be asked to

ranks is Sterling, who averaged 9.7 points and

guard the opposition’s best player and I think

8.2 rebounds per game last season at Chat-

she will succeed at doing that. She is long and

tahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix

athletic and moves well on the court. Offen-

City, Ala.

sively, she is very skilled and has the talent to be our leading scorer.”

whom enjoyed highly-decorated prep careers. Davis feels all three will have successful careers at AUM, with Schwartz and Odume factoring into the rotation as early as this season. Schwartz comes to AUM from George Walton Academy in Monroe, Ga., where she averaged a double-double her final two seasons. “Marren brings a great skill set to our team and is also a physical presence on the floor,” Davis continued. “She is very driven and has a desire to be a big part of our team this season. She will have to adjust to the speed of college basketball, but has the ability to overcome that transition.” Odume brings a strong presence on both ends of the court, as she averaged 14.5 points, 10.4 rebounds and 4.5 blocks per game as a senior at South Gwinnett High School in Snellville. “Tina is a big, strong player, but is very raw,” Davis said. “She has the ability to give us some quality minutes this season, but will have to continue to improve on both ends of the court. I think she got away with a lot of things in high school because of her size and needs to become more disciplined. However, she is strong and physical and will be very tough on the block.” Beaty was a five-time all-area and all-region selection at Ider High School in Ider, Ala., but will need to continue to adjust to the speed of the college game. However, Davis thinks Beaty has the tools to be a significant contributor for the Warhawks in the future. “Kayla has the potential to be a nice player for us,” Davis said. “She has the quickness, ability and work ethic to contribute, but has to continue to improve her fundamentals and become better acclimated to the college game.”

“Matika is very athletic and will bring

Jackson also joins the program following a

a dimension to our

strong prep career at Brookwood High School

team that we have

in Snellville, Ga.

been lacking the past

“Jaz played for one of the top teams in

Odume and Beaty in the frontcourt, all of

couple seasons,” Davis

Georgia last season, so I know she is a winner,”

said. “Her playing time

Davis said of Jackson. “She has the skill set to

will depend on how

play both guard positions, but I envision her

quickly she grasps our

as more of a point guard for us. She will need

system, both offen-

to adjust to not being the top option in the

sively and defensively.

offense like she was in high school and to the

The tools are there

speed of the college game, but I expect her to

and she is heading in

have a nice career at AUM.”

the right direction.” The Warhawks also feature Schwartz,

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AUM COACHING STAFF

Dan Davis Head Coach Fourth Season as Head Coach Fifth Season Overall 49-40 (.551) Overall Record Auburn Montgomery, 1999 Beginning his fourth season at the helm of the Auburn University at Montgomery women’s basketball program, Dan Davis has only built on the tradition established by his predecessors. In three seasons as head coach, Davis has led the Warhawks to the NAIA Tournament, helped the team win nearly 60 percent of its games and earned Southern States Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors. During his time at the helm, Davis has also coached one All-American player, six SSAC All-Conference performers and one SSAC All-Freshman team member. Last season, Davis helped AUM to a 14-16 overall record and a 5-7 mark in conference play. The Warhawks finished just one game shy of a tie for second place in the SSAC West Division and had two all-division players, as well as six All-Academic selections. Four student-athletes also earned NAIA Scholar Athlete honors. AUM also finished tied for second in the conference and seventh nationally in 3-point field goal percentage defense. In the classroom, the Warhawks sported a team grade point average of better than 3.0 for the third time in as many years. During the 2009-10 campaign, Davis guided AUM to a 15-15 record and a tie for fourth place in the SSAC standings. Highlighting the season was a 73-49 thrashing of perennial conference powerhouse, Lee University, only AUM’s third victory against the Lady Flames in 15 tries. In addition, Cassie Moore became the 23rd AUM player to earn All-America status, earning honorable mention honors, while also being named the SSAC’s Defensive Player of the Year. In his first season, Davis served as interim head women’s basketball coach and led the Warhawks to a NAIA National Tournament appearance and a 20-9 overall record. Under his leadership, AUM led the SSAC in scoring defense and 3-point field goal percentage, while ranking second in field goal percentage, defensive field goal percentage and defensive 3-point field goal percentage. Moore earned Third-Team All-American honors, while the Warhawks finished the season ranked 25th in the nation. Along with success on the court, the Warhawks have also excelled in the classroom under Davis, as seven student-athletes have been named NAIA Academic All-Americans and 15 have earned SSAC Academic All-Conference honors. The women’s basketball program has also had the AUM Honor Student-Athlete during two of the last three seasons and has posted a team GPA of 3.0 or better during six semesters under Davis. Davis also spent one season as the Warhawks’ assistant coach under now Athletic Director Steve Crotz. As the assistant coach, Davis served as the recruiting coordinator and provided assistance in all areas of individual and team development. Prior to joining AUM, Davis spent five years at Providence Christian Academy in Lilburn, Ga., as the head coach of the girls’ basketball team from 2002-07. During his time with PCA, Davis coached seven all-county and all-region performers, two all-state players and one region player of the year. He helped the Stars to a 65-63 overall record during his tenure, while also serving as the school’s athletic director from 2005-07. Davis has also made coaching stops at South Gwinnett High School in Snellville, Ga., where he was head coach of the boys’ junior varsity basketball team and Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga., where he was head coach of the boys’ basketball varsity squad. Along with his coaching duties, Davis serves as AUM’s Champions of Character coordinator. He is also very involved in the community, as well as professional organizations, including the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, YMCA, American Red Cross and Christ Community Church. He has directed numerous youth camps and has been on staff at camps hosted by the University of Tennessee, University of Georgia and Florida State University. Before joining the coaching ranks, Davis was a four-year member of the AUM men’s basketball team, playing for legendary Warhawks’ Head Coach Larry Chapman. During his AUM career, the Senators played in the NAIA National Tournament, won the NAIA Southeast Region and were the Southern States Conference Champions. Davis graduated from AUM in 1999 with a degree in secondary education and social sciences. Davis is married to the former Christi Shirley. The couple has two children, Abigail and Cooper.

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Samantha Paradise Assistant Coach First Season at AUM University of West Florida, 2007

The Paradise File Born February 19, 1985 Family Parents - Jim and Wendy High School St. Thomas Aquinas High School Overland Park, Kan.

2003

College

Samantha Paradise is currently in her first season as assistant coach of the Auburn University University of West Florida Pensacola, Fla. at Montgomery women’s basketball team. Paradise will work specifically with the guards, as well Bachelor’s 2007 as assist with scouting and recruiting. She will also play a key role in the team’s strength and Master’s 2009 conditioning program. Paradise joined the Warhawks after spending the past year as an assistant coach at Barry Playing Experience University in Miami Shores, Fla. University of West Florida 2003-05 During her year with the Buccaneers, Paradise was responsible for a variety of elements Pensacola, Fla. within the program, including monitoring the academic progress of student-athletes, monitoring the program’s compliance within the NCAA guidelines, assisting with the organization and direcCoaching Experience tion of daily practices and the scouting of opponents. She also assisted with the recruitment of Barry University 2010-11 student-athletes and taught a Teaching Basketball course to Barry students. Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Prior to her time at Barry, Paradise spent one season as the head girls’ basketball coach at Miami Shores, Fla. Episcopal High School in Jacksonville, Fla., and a year coaching AAU U-15 girl’s in Pensacola, Fla. She also spent one year working as an intern with the University of West Florida men’s basketEpiscopal High School 2009-10 ball team and two seasons as an assistant girls’ coach at Escambia High School in Pensacola. Head Girls’ Basketball Coach Paradise joined the coaching ranks after playing two seasons at West Florida in Pensacola. Jacksonville, Fla. During her first season with the Argonauts, she appeared in 24 games, helping the Argonauts to a 20-7 record. She won the team award for defensive player of the game four times and ofEscambia High School 2004-06 fensive player of the game once. Assistant Girls’ Basketball Coach At the prep level, Paradise played at St. Thomas Aquinas in Overland Park, Kan., where she Pensacola, Fla. helped the Saints advance to the 6A state title game three consecutive years, winning the championship in 2001. She was named to the All-Eastern Kansas League team as a junior and senior. Paradise earned her bachelor’s degree in sport management from West Florida in 2007 and graduated Magna Cum Laude with her master’s in exercise science from UWF in 2009. She is the daughter of Jim and Wendy Paradise.

Haley McIntyre

Catie Bonner

Graduate Assistant First Season Following a standout playing career, Haley McIntyre joined the AUM women’s basketball coaching staff as a graduate assistant. McIntyre will work primarily with the post players and will also assist in scouting of opponents. During her playing career, McIntyre battled through a pair of knee injuries and scored 1,109 points, a total which ranks No. 11 all-time in school annals, while also pulling down 499 rebounds. She appeared in 119 career games, scoring in double figures 55 times. McIntyre was an all-conference performer as a junior and earned SSAC All-Freshman honors in her first season. She was also a three-time NAIA Scholar-Athlete and member of the conference All-Academic team. McIntyre came to AUM following a highly-decorated prep career at Meadowview Christian School in Selma, Ala., where she was the Alabama Independent School Association Player of the Year as a senior and the Trojans’ Most Valuable Player all four years. She also lettered in softball and track and field at MCS. Currently pursuing her master’s in business administration, McIntyre is a 2010 graduate of AUM with a degree in physical education. She is the daughter of Bryan and Lisa McIntyre and is engaged to Anthony Rosa.

Student Manager First Season Catie Bonner is beginning her first season as a student manager on the Warhawks’ women’s basketball staff. Bonner, who is a freshman from Oakman, Ala., came to AUM after graduating from Oakman High School, where she was a four-year letterwinner in softball and lettered three seasons in basketball. The daughter of Jeff and Penny Bonner, she has two younger brothers, Michael and John David. She is majoring in secondary education at AUM.

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RETURNING LETTERWINNERS

Courtney Thacker

12 Senior 5-10 Guard Crossville, Ala. Crossville HS

2010-11 [Junior]: Was a member of the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic Team and was also selected a NAIA Scholar Athlete … appeared in 29 games, starting 20 … averaged 8.8 points and 4.3 rebounds in 25.2 minutes per contest … added 21 assists, 15 steals and four blocked shots … converted 87-of-237 shots from the floor, including 27-of-110 from behind the arc … knocked down 53-of-79 shots from the free throw line … scored in double figures 12 times, including a career-high 17 points against Mobile on Feb. 12 … added a season-best four 3-pointers, nine rebounds, two assists and a steal against the Lady Rams … posted six points, three rebounds and a season-high six assists against Southern Poly on Jan. 8 … scored 16 points, including a perfect 6-for-6 from the charity stripe at Faulkner on Feb. 3 … recorded 13 points and eight rebounds, four of which were offensive, against Spring Hill on Feb. 10 … finished with 14 points, nine rebounds, two steals and one block against the Lady Eagles on Feb. 26 … made a career-high six free throws on three occasions, first at Martin Methodist on Dec. 17, again at New Orleans on Dec. 30, and at Faulkner. 2009-10 [Sophomore]: Was a member of the SSAC All-Academic team … appeared in 27 games as a sophomore, earning the starting nod in nine … averaged 3.3 points and 1.8 rebounds per game on the year … recorded a season-best 13 points, while adding four rebounds, three assists and three steals at Brenau on Nov. 19 … pulled down a season-high seven rebounds, including three offensive, against Mobile on Nov. 2 … had a season-best six assists in AUM’s double-overtime win against Brenau on Jan. 28 … knocked down 11-of-15 shots from the free throw line on the season, good for 73.3 percent … added 27 assists, seven steals and two blocked shots. 2008-09 [Freshman]: Earned All-Freshman team honors from the Southern States Athletic Conference … saw action in 28 games during her freshman season, starting 13 … averaged 5.0 points and 2.2 rebounds per game … added 32 assists, 10 steals and two blocks on the year … converted 47-of-131 shots from the floor, good for 35.9 percent … also hit 15-of-21 shots from the free throw line … scored in double figures in six games, including a season-best 15 at Lee on Feb. 5 … recorded 14 points and matched a season-high with four 3-pointers against Southern Wesleyan on Jan. 13 … posted 11 points, four assists and two steals against Columbia on Jan. 24 … pulled down a season-high five rebounds on four occasions, including in AUM’s contest against Point Loma Nazarene in the NAIA Tournament on March 18. Prep: Was a three-sport athlete at Crossville High School in Crossville, Ala. … earned five letters in softball and four in basketball and volleyball … helped the Lions to the Alabama 3A State Championship in basketball as a senior, after averaging 18.9 points per game and 8.5 rebounds per contest … captured first-team all-state honors, the 3A State Tournament Most Valuable Player award and the DeKalb County Player of the Year her final season … was also nominated for the 3A Player of the Year award and Wendy’s High School Heisman … earned Most Valuable Player honors of the Northeast Regional Tournament and was named to the Sand Mountain Super 5 squad as a senior … scored more than 1,400 career points in her four-year tenure with the Lions … was a member of the National Honor Society, Who’s Who Among American High School Students and valedictorian of her class. Personal: Full name is Courtney Chloe Thacker … is the daughter of Steve and Deborah Thacker … has one older sister, Brittany Patterson … is majoring in nursing.

Thacker’s Career Highs Points .............................................. 17, vs. Mobile, 2/12/11 Rebounds ....................9, Twice (Last: vs. Faulkner, 2/26/11) Assists ...................6, Twice (Last: vs. Southern Poly, 1/8/11) Steals .....................3, Twice (Last: vs. Emmanuel, 11/16/10) Blocks.............................. 1, 8X (Last: vs. Faulkner, 2/26/11) FG Made ........................ 6, Twice (Last: vs. Mobile, 2/12/11) FG Attempts ..................................16, vs. Faulkner, 2/26/11 3-Point FG Made ................4, 3X (Last: vs. Mobile, 2/12/11) 3-Point FG Attempts ............................. 9, at Berry, 2/6/10 Free Throws Made ............. 6, 3X (Last: at Faulkner, 2/3/11) Free Throw Attempts ........9, at Martin Methodist, 12/17/10

Thacker’s Career Statistics Year 08-09 09-10 10-11

GP-GS 28-13 27-9 29-20

FG-FGA 47-131 29-131 87-237

Total

84-42

163-499 .327 80-304

8

Pct. .359 .221 .367

3FG-FGA 32-91 21-103 27-110

Pct. .352 .204 .245

FT-FTA 15-21 11-15 53-79

Pct. .714 .733 .671

Reb. 61 49 126

.263

79-115 .687 236

RPG 2.2 1.8 4.3

Ast. 32 27 21

Blk. 2 2 4

Stl. 10 7 15

Pts. 141 90 254

PPG 5.0 3.3 8.8

2.8

80

8

32

485

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Haley Williams

10 Senior 5-4 Guard Dothan, Ala. Southern Union CC

2010-11 [Junior]: Appeared in 25 games, earning the starting nod in one … averaged 2.4 points and 1.3 rebounds in 9.9 minutes per contest … converted 23-of-78 shots from the floor, including 12-of-52 from behind the arc … added 13 assists, five steals and one blocked shot … scored a season-high eight points twice, first against Freed-Hardeman on Dec. 3, and against New Orleans on Jan. 25 … finished with six points, two assists and two steals against Emmanuel on Nov. 16 … grabbed a season-best four rebounds against Selma on Nov. 4 … recorded six points and her first career block at Southern Poly on Nov. 19. Prior to AUM: Played basketball for two seasons at Southern Union State Community College in Wadley, Ala. … averaged 10.4 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game as a sophomore … was a second-team all-state and firstteam all-conference selection following her sophomore season … was named a JUCO All Star as a sophomore. Prep: Was a three-sport athlete at Northview High School in Dothan, Ala., earning letters in basketball, soccer and volleyball … helped the Cougars to the 2008 regional championship in basketball … averaged 15.4 points, 3.1 assists, 2.0 rebounds and 1.4 steals per game as a senior … holds the school record for career 3-pointers made and 3-point field goal percentage … was an honorable mention selection on the Dothan Eagle Super 12 team as a senior … was a three-time member of the Dothan Eagle Super 12 soccer team … set the school record for goals in a game with five and career goals in soccer … earned Bryant-Jordan Scholar Athlete honors as a senior … graduated as a member of the honor court. Personal: Full name is Haley Frances Williams … is the daughter of Mike and Twyla Williams … has an older brother, Ryan … is majoring in secondary education …played AAU ball for Michael Thomas on the Montgomery Heat.

Williams’ Career Highs Points ................... 8, Twice (Last: vs. New Orleans, 1/25/11) Rebounds ...........................................4, vs. Selma, 11/4/10 Assists ................................2, 4X (Last: vs. Loyola, 1/29/11) Steals ........................................ 2, vs. Emmanuel, 11/16/10 Blocks..................................... 1, at Southern Poly, 11/19/10 FG Made ....................3, 4X (Last: vs. New Orleans, 1/25/11) FG Attempts ..................... 10, vs. Truett-McConnell, 12/4/10 3-Point FG Made .......2, 5X (Last: vs. New Orleans, 1/25/11) 3-Point FG Attempts ....... 6, Twice (Last: vs. TMC, 12/4/10) Free Throws Made .................. 2, vs. William Carey, 1/22/11 Free Throw Attempts ............. 4, vs. William Carey, 1/22/11

Williams’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb. RPG Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

PPG

10-11

25-1

23-78

.295

12-52

.231

2-4

.500

32

1.3

13

1

5

60

2.4

Total

25-1

23-78

.295

12-52

.231

2-4

.500

32

1.3

13

1

5

60

2.4

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Areial Woods

4

Senior 5-5 Guard Aliceville, Ala. Shelton State CC 2010-11 [Junior]: Appeared in all 30 games, earning the start in 12 … averaged 4.6 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 19.9 minutes per contest … converted 48-of-134 shots from the floor, while also making 41-of-64 shots from the free throw line … added 52 assists, 20 steals and six blocked shots … scored in double figures five times, including a season-best 15 against Martin Methodist on Nov. 23 … matched a season-high with five assists against the Redhawks … finished with eight points, five assists and four rebounds at Talladega on Nov. 6 … had eight points, a season-high eight rebounds, and four assists against Talladega on Nov. 29 … recorded 10 points, five rebounds and matched a season-high with three steals against Emmanuel on Nov. 16. Prior to AUM: Spent two seasons at Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa, Ala. … appeared in 63 career games for the Lady Bucs, helping the team to consecutive Alabama Community College Conference and Region XXII championships … averaged 6.6 points, 4.0 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 1.5 steals per contest as a sophomore … finished third in the region in total assists (122) and fifth in assist-turnover ratio (1.77) during her final season at SSCC … was also named to the ACCC all-tournament team as a sophomore … averaged 4.2 points, 2.0 assists and 1.6 rebounds per game as a freshman. Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner for head coaches Sebastian Shamery and Michael Bridges at Aliceville High School in Aliceville, Ala. … helped the Yellow Jackets to the 3A Central Region and Area 6 championships as a senior … averaged 18.7 points, 7.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game during her final season … during her senior campaign, was named the country tournament and regional most valuable player … was also selected to the Tuscaloosa News Super 5 team and the Pickens County Herald Elite 8 Player of the Year following her senior season … averaged 9.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.9 steals as a junior … was a member of the honor roll at AHS as a sophomore, junior and senior. Personal: Full name is Areial Nicole Woods … is the daughter of Frederick and Tijuana Woods … has two older brothers, Jerami and Frederick, and one older sister, Yowana … is majoring in physical education … father played four years of baseball at Alabama State for 1985-89 … is the niece of NFL veteran Walter Jones, who played for 13 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks.

Woods’ Career Highs Points ............................. 15, vs. Martin Methodist, 11/23/10 Rebounds .................................... 8, vs. Talladega, 11/29/10 Assists ...............5, 3X (Last: vs. Martin Methodist, 11/23/10) Steals ............................................. 4, at Talladega, 11/6/10 Blocks................................. 2, vs. Freed-Hardeman, 12/3/10 FG Made ............................7, vs. Martin Methodist, 11/23/10 FG Attempts ................. 12, Twice (Last: vs. MMC, 11/23/10) 3-Point FG Made .............. 1, Twice (Last: at BPC, 11/20/10) 3-Point FG Attempts ................ 3, vs. Emmanuel, 11/16/10 Free Throws Made .......... 6, Twice (Last: at MMC, 12/17/10) Free Throw Attempts ......................11, vs. Selma, 11/4/10

Woods’ Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb. RPG Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

PPG

10-11

30-12

48-134

.358

2-17

.118

41-64

.641

67

2.2

52

6

20

139

4.6

Total

30-12

48-134

.358

2-17

.118

41-64

.641

67

2.2

52

6

20

139

4.6

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Caitie Cunningham

20 Junior 6-0 Forward Winchester, Tenn. Franklin County HS

2010-11 [Sophomore]: Was named to the Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic Team … appeared in 28 games, averaging 14.2 minutes per contest … averaged 2.9 points and 3.2 rebounds per game … added 10 steals, seven assists and seven blocked shots … converted 42.9 percent of her shots from the floor, hitting 30-of-70 shots … posted a season-high 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting against Spring Hill on Feb. 10 … grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds, while adding four points and an assist against Mobile on Feb. 12 … finished with nine points and six rebounds against Truett-McConnell on Dec. 4 … had five or more rebounds in nine games … blocked a season-best two shots against Freed-Hardeman on Dec. 3 … played a season-high 27 minutes against Lee on Dec. 11. 2009-10 [Freshman]: Saw action in all 30 games as a true freshman, earning the start in four … averaged 4.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per contest … finished the year 56-of-102 from the floor, good for 54.9 percent … scored in double figures five times … recorded a season-high 19 points on 8-of-9 shooting against Brenau on Jan. 28 … added five rebounds, two assists and a steal against the Golden Tigers … posted four points and a season-high eight rebounds at Spring Hill on Nov. 12 … finished with 13 points, six rebounds, two assists and one steal against the Lady Badgers on Dec. 30 … had 13 points, six rebounds and a season-best five assists at Columbia on Jan. 14. Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner in basketball for head coach John Wild at Franklin County High School in Winchester, Tenn. … averaged 12.1 points and 6.1 rebounds per game, while shooting 65 percent from the floor as a senior … helped the Rebels to a 24-9 record her final season … was an All-District 8AAA selection following her senior campaign … earned the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Citizenship Award and the Athletic Scholastic Marine’s Award as a senior … was a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Full name is Caitlin Dawn Cunningham … is the daughter of Tony and Lynn Cunningham … has an older sister, Rachel, who was a member of the women’s basketball team for the past two seasons and is a current member of the AUM cross country team … is majoring in special education and early childhood education … was a member of the Tennessee Elite AAU team that advanced to the 2008 Division I Sweet 16 … was selected to participate in the 2011-12 Red Cross/NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program … is also a member of the AUM Student-Athlete Advisory Committee … her cousin, Tiffany Woosley, played basketball at Tennessee and was a former member of the WNBA’s Houston Comets.

Cunningham’s Career Highs Points ............................................. 19, vs. Brenau, 1/28/10 Rebounds ........................................ 11, vs. Mobile, 2/12/11 Assists ................................................. 3, vs. Berry, 12/5/09 Steals ............................................. 5, at Columbia, 1/14/10 Blocks................................. 2, vs. Freed-Hardeman, 12/3/10 FG Made ....................... 8, Twice (Last: vs. Brenau, 1/28/10) FG Attempts ................... 10, vs. Martin Methodist, 11/24/09 3-Point FG Made ....................................................... None 3-Point FG Attempts ............................2, at Lee, 11/12/10 Free Throws Made ............... 5, 2x (Last: at Shorter, 2/9/10) Free Throw Attempts .... 8, Twice (Last: at SPSU, 11/19/10)

Cunnigham’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb. RPG Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

PPG

09-10

30-4

56-102

.549

0-0

.000

34-61

.557

80

2.7

17

1

18

146

4.9

10-11

28-0

30-70

.429

0-3

.000

22-52

.423

90

3.2

7

7

10

82

2.9

Total

58-4

86-172

.500

0-3

.000

56-113

.496

170

2.9

24

8

28

228

3.9

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Candace Dyer

21

Junior 5-6 Guard Chattanooga, Tenn. Tennessee Temple Academy 2010-11 [Sophomore]: Earned Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic honors … appeared in 14 games, averaging 4.1 minutes per contest … scored a career-best four points in a career-high 13 minutes against Spring Hill on Feb. 10 … grabbed a season-best two rebounds, including one offensive, against Selma on Nov. 4 … knocked down first career 3-pointer against Emmanuel on Nov. 16 … had two points and an assist against Mobile on Feb. 12. 2009-10 [Junior]: Appeared in nine games as a true freshman, all as a reserve … played a season-high seven minutes at Freed-Hardeman on Nov. 7, pulling down a season-best two rebounds … scored first collegiate points against Emmanuel on Jan. 30 … recorded first career assist and steal against Columbia on Feb. 20 … finished the season 3-of-8 from the field. Prep: Earned four letters in basketball and volleyball at Tennessee Temple Academy in Chattanooga, Tenn. … scored 1,527 career points for the Crusaders, while averaging 17.2 points and 4.5 rebounds per game as a senior … was a four-year all-district selection and four-year starter … helped the Crusaders to the regional championship during the 2005-06 season … was the District 5A Player of the Year and runner-up for regional POY during her final season … was selected Chattanooga All Star Most Valuable Player as a senior … recorded a 4.25 cumulative grade point average and finished in the top 10 of her graduating class.

Dyer’s Career Highs Points ...........................................4, vs. Spring Hill, 2/10/11 Rebounds .......................2, Twice (Last: vs. Selma, 11/4/10) Assists ........................... 1, Twice (Last: vs. Mobile, 2/12/11) Steals ............................................ 1, vs. Columbia, 2/20/10

Personal: Full name is Candace Joy Dyer … is the daughter of Ron and Esther Dyer … has three older sisters, Hannah Brewer, Kellie Harvey and Melody … is majoring in organizational leadership … is also a cadet in the Army ROTC at Auburn Montgomery … earned her Air Assault wings from Sabalauski Air Assault School in Fort Campbell, Ky., during the summer of 2011.

Blocks........................................................................ None FG Made .......................................2, vs. Spring Hill, 2/10/11 FG Attempts .................................5, vs. Spring Hill, 2/10/11 3-Point FG Made ....................... 1, vs. Emmanuel, 11/16/10 3-Point FG Attempts ........... 3, vs. Brewton-Parker, 1/21/10 Free Throws Made ......................... 1, at Talladega, 11/6/10 Free Throw Attempts .................... 2, at Talladega, 11/6/10

Dyer’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb. RPG Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

PPG

09-10

9-1

3-8

.375

0-4

.000

0-1

.000

2

0.2

1

0

1

6

0.7

10-11

14-0

5-23

.217

1-8

.125

1-2

.500

7

0.5

1

0

0

12

0.9

Total

23-1

8-31

.258

1-12

.083

1-3

.667

9

0.4

2

0

1

18

0.8

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Kamesha Strong

11 Junior 5-4 Guard Selma, Ala. Selma HS

2010-11 [Sophomore]: Was selected the AUM representative on the Musco Lighting Champions of Character Team … appeared in all 30 games, starting in 26 … averaged 3.7 points, 2.6 assists, 2.2 rebounds and 1.1 steals per contest in 21.2 minutes per contest … converted 40-of-115 shots from the floor and 29-of-48 from the charity stripe … added 78 assists, 34 steals and two blocked shots … posted at least one assist in 29 games, including a season-best six on two occasions … scored a season-high 10 points at Talladega on Nov. 6 … finished with seven points, four rebounds and three assists against Emmanuel on Nov. 16 … had nine points, a career-best six steals, five rebounds and three assists at Martin Methodist on Dec. 17. 2009-10 [Freshman]: Appeared in 29 games, starting 13 … averaged 1.7 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game as a true freshman … scored a season-high eight points at Emmanuel on Nov. 21 … added six points in AUM’s contest against Martin Methodist on Nov. 24 … scored five points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out five assists against Southern Wesleyan on Feb. 9 … recorded four rebounds, three assists and a season-best three steals against Columbia on Feb. 20 … finished a perfect 4-for-4 from the charity stripe against Emmanuel on March 4 … added three blocked shots on the season

Strong’s Career Highs

from her point guard position. Prep: Lettered in basketball and track and field for head coaches Anthony

Points ........................................... 10, at Talladega, 11/6/10

Harris and Foster Davis at Selma High School in Selma, Ala. … helped the

Rebounds ......................... 6, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 2/9/10

Saints to a 26-6 record and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player as a senior … averaged 11.3 points, 3.2 assists and 3.1 rebounds per game during her final season … was the recipient of the Saints’ Defensive, Outstanding Student and Coaches’ Award … was selected to the Alabama North/South All Star team following her junior season.

Assists ........................... 6, Twice (Last: vs. Loyola, 1/29/11) Steals .................................6, at Martin Methodist, 12/17/10 Blocks.................................1, 5X (Last: vs. Loyola, 1/29/11) FG Made .........4, Twice (Last: at Martin Methodist, 12/17/10) FG Attempts ..................................10, vs. Faulkner, 2/26/11

Personal: Full name is Kamesha Sharel Strong … is the daughter of Michael

3-Point FG Made ........ 1, 4X (Last: vs. Emmanuel, 11/16/10)

and Veronica Strong … has a younger brother, Michael, Jr. … is majoring in

3-Point FG Attempts ........ 3, Twice (Last: vs. EC, 11/16/10)

secondary math education, with a minor in computer science … is the presi-

Free Throws Made .... 4, Twice (Last: vs. Belhaven, 1/13/11)

dent of the AUM Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Free Throw Attempts .......4, 5X (Last: vs. Brenau, 2/22/11)

Strong’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb. RPG Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

PPG

09-10

29-13

19-73

.260

3-15

.200

8-12

.667

53

1.8

46

3

19

49

1.7

10-11

30-26

40-115

.348

1-17

.059

29-48

.604

65

2.2

78

2

34

110

3.7

Total

59-39

59-188

.314

4-32

.125

37-60

.617

118

2.0

124

5

53

159

2.7

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Stephanie Torrence

5

Junior 5-7 Guard Knoxville, Tenn. Farragut HS 2010-11 [Sophomore]: Saw action in all 30 games, earning the starting nod in six … averaged 8.3 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.2 steals in 21.2 minutes per contest … converted 86-of-239 shots from the floor, including 48-of-150 shots from behind the arc … also hit 28-of-43 shots from the free throw line … added 42 assists, 36 steals and seven blocks … scored in double figures in 13 contests, including a career-high 29 points against Belhaven on Jan. 13 … posted her first career double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while adding four steals at Talladega on Nov. 6 … had 15 points, eight rebounds and four steals in the season opener against Selma on Nov. 4 … finished with 10 points, eight rebounds and four steals against Truett-McConnell on Dec. 4 … dished out a season-high four assists against Talladega on Nov. 29 … knocked down a career-best seven 3-pointers against the Blazers … had three or more 3-pointers in eight games … snagged a season-best four steals on four occasions. 2009-10 [Freshman]: Appeared in 23 games as a freshman, starting one … averaged 2.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game … scored a season-high 12 points against Southern Wesleyan on Feb. 9 … posted a season-best four rebounds on four occasions … added a season-high four assists against the Lady Warriors … snagged two steals, a season high, against Emmanuel on Jan. 30 … hit three treys against Southern Poly on Feb. 27. Prep: Earned four letters in basketball for head coaches Mike Driver and Wes Edmonds at Farragut High School in Knoxville, Tenn. … helped the Admirals to the regional championship and a sub-state appearance as a freshman … led team to district championship, region runner-up and sub-state tournament as a junior … finished fourth in career points for the Admirals with 1,446 … averaged 16.0 points, 5.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 2.2 steals per game as a senior … was a three-time all-district selection, while also earning All-PrepXtra honors from the Knoxville News Sentinel … earned all-tournament team honors at the Deep South, Sunshine and Chop House Classics. Personal: Full name is Stephanie Kaye Torrence … is the daughter of Timothy and Rosalind Torrence … has one older brother, Timothy II … is majoring in political science.

Torrence’s Career Highs Points .......................................... 29, vs. Belhaven, 1/13/11 Rebounds ..................................... 10, at Talladega, 11/6/10 Assists ..................... 4, Twice (Last: vs. Talladega, 11/29/10) Steals ................. 4, 4X (Last: at Martin Methodist, 12/17/10) Blocks............................................... 2, vs. Brenau, 2/22/11 FG Made ........................................ 9, vs. Belhaven, 1/13/11 FG Attempts ..................15, Twice (Last: at Loyola, 2/19/11) 3-Point FG Made ............................7, vs. Belhaven, 1/13/11 3-Point FG Attempts .................. 10, vs. Belhaven, 1/13/11 Free Throws Made ........................ 4, vs. Belhaven, 1/13/11 Free Throw Attempts 6, Twice (Last: at Talladega, 11/6/10)

Torrence’s Career Statistics Year

GP-GS

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

Reb. RPG Ast.

Blk.

Stl.

Pts.

PPG

09-10

23-1

17-56

.304

10-35

.286

5-7

.714

31

1.3

13

1

5

49

2.1

10-11

30-6

86-239

.360

48-150

.320

28-43

.651

104

3.5

42

7

36

248

8.3

Total

53-7

103-295

.349

58-185

.314

33-50

.660

135

2.5

55

8

41

298

5.6

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2011-12 NEWCOMERS

LaKenya Drayton

Ashley deVries

50

23

Junior 6-1 Forward Clermont, Fla. Snead State CC

Prior to AUM: Lettered two seasons in basketball for head coach Jarrod Plummer at Snead State Community College in Boaz, Ala. … appeared in 48 games during her tenure … averaged 5.7 points and 5.5 rebounds per game as a sophomore … chipped in 3.4 points and 3.0 rebounds per contest during her freshman campaign. Prep: Was a three-sport standout in basketball, volleyball and swimming at East Ridge High School in Clermont, Fla. … was a three-time all-state selection for the Knights, earning the honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior … earned all-conference honors as a freshman … paced the Knights in rebounding her final three seasons … averaged 8.9 points and 12.3 rebounds per contest during her career, while converting 87 percent of her free throws … averaged 12.5 points and 10.6 rebounds per game as a senior … earned the ERHS GPA Excellence award as a junior. Personal: Full name is Ashley Anne deVries … is the daughter of James and Christy deVries … is majoring in criminal justice.

Junior 6-0 Forward Hephzibah, Ga. Snead State CC

Prior to AUM: Lettered in basketball for two seasons for head coach Jarrod Plummer at Snead State Community College in Boaz, Ala. … appeared in 50 games during her tenure, posting five double-doubles … averaged 12.4 points and 5.8 rebounds per game as a sophomore … converted better than 70 percent of her free throws, hitting 102-of-144 attempts during her second season … added 17 blocked shots and 21 steals as a sophomore … averaged 10.8 points and 5.8 rebounds per game during her first year … began her career with a 13-point, 11-rebound performance in her first collegiate game against Atlanta Metro on Nov. 2, 2009 ... earned all-state honors in each season. Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner in basketball for head coach Wendell Lofton and in volleyball for head coach Steve Wright at Hephzibah High School in Hephzibah, Ga. … averaged 17.0 points and 9.0 rebounds per game for the Lady Rebels as a senior … earned regional player of the year honors in both basketball and volleyball following her senior campaign … was selected to the Georgia All Star Team following her senior season … was a member of the National Honor Society and was ranked ninth in her graduating class of 290 students. Personal: Full name is LaKenya Denise Drayton … is the daughter of Kenneth and Sharon Drayton … has an older sister, Tiffany, and a younger brother, Ijaih … is majoring in criminal justice.

Matika Sterling

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Junior 6-0 Forward Shobuta, Miss. Chattahoochee Valley CC Prior to AUM: Played her freshman season for head coach Hilary Allen at Meridian Community College in Meridian, Miss. … averaged 3.5 points and 2.9 rebounds per game as a freshman … converted 42.9 percent of her shots from the floor … also knocked down 70.1 percent of her free throws … played her sophomore season at Chattahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix City, Ala., for head coach Dusty Perdue … helped the Lady Pirates to a 27-6 overall record and an appearance in the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) Region 22 tournament championship game … pulled down 269 total rebounds, including 139 on the offensive glass, good for an average of 8.2 rebounds per game … also averaged 9.7 points, while converting 44.3 percent of her field goals and 68 percent of her free throws … scored in double figures 15 times and had 13 games with double-digit rebound totals … posted seven double-doubles, including a 24 point, 13 rebound performance against Middle Georgia on Nov. 10, 2011 ... earned second-team All-Southern League honors from the ACCC as a sophomore. Prep: Lettered in basketball for head coach Michael Coleman at Quitman High School in Shubuta, Miss. … earned the Lady Panthers’ Most Valuable Player and Best Rebounder award as a senior. Personal: Full name is Matika Deanna-Lishay Sterling … is the daughter of Nora and Dirish Sterling … has an older brother, Norell, and an older sister, Christina … is majoring in exercise science.

Keisha Moore

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Sophomore 5-9 Guard Selma, Ala. Tennessee Tech University Prior to AUM: Lettered in basketball for head coach Sytia Messer at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tenn., for one season … appeared in 28 games, all as a reserve … posted a scoring average of 2.6 points per game, while pulling down 1.1 rebounds per contest in just 10.5 minutes per game … added 17 assists, 12 steals and five blocks … scored a season-high 12 points, had four assists and a steal in 25 minutes against Kentucky ... helped the Golden Eagles finish 23-8 overall, including a 15-3 mark in the Ohio Valley Conference, and an invite to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Prep: Lettered four years in basketball for head coach Anthony Harris at Selma High School in Selma, Ala. ... helped the Saints average better than 25 wins per season and win more than 80 percent of their games during her career ... as a senior, helped the Saints to a 25-8 record, while averaging 19.3 points, 2.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 4.1 steals per contest … scored in double figures 31 times, including 17 games of 20 or more points … was chosen a first-team all-state selection by the Alabama Sports Writers Association following her senior campaign ... averaged 15.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.6 steals and 2.0 assists per contest as a junior … was selected the South’s Most Valuable Player after scoring 15 points in the Alabama AllStar game as a junior … posted 16.8 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.8 steals and 2.0 assists per game during her sophomore season … was a four-time all-region selection … finished her career with 1,960 career points. Personal: Full name is Keisha LaFaye Moore … is the daughter of Janet Cole … has a younger brother, Scott … is majoring in sports management.

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Kayla Beaty

Jazmine Jackson

Freshman 6-1 Forward Ider, Ala. Ider HS

Freshman 5-5 Guard Snellville, Ga. Brookwood HS

15 Prep: Lettered in basketball for five seasons at Ider High School in Ider, Ala. … helped Ider to the Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 2A state tournament in 2008 and 2009 … was the Northeast Regional Tournament Most Valuable Player during the 2008 run … led the Lady Hornets to a 27-6 record and the state championship game as a sophomore, where she scored 11 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and blocked three shots … averaged 9.9 points, 15.0 rebounds, 4.6 blocks, 4.0 steals and 2.3 assists per game as a senior … helped the Lady Hornets to a 26-5 record during the 2010-11 season … was voted to the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s 2A All-State team and the all-county and all-area squads following her senior campaign … was also selected to the Sand Mountain Super 5 team as a senior … was selected the Lady Hornets’ Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior … earned all-state honors following her junior season … was an all-county selection five times and an all-area selection four times. Personal: Full name is Kayla Leann Beaty … is the daughter of Rex and Teresa Beaty … has an older sister, Nicole … is majoring in secondary education.

Prep: Lettered basketball head coach Scott Terry at Brookwood P L tt d iin b k tb ll ffor h High School in Snellville, Ga. … helped the Lady Broncos to the state tournament in three of her four years … earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Georgia Sports Writers Association following her senior season … as a junior, averaged 17.0 points, 5.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.3 steals per game … led the team to a 21-8 overall record, a state tournament appearance and the 8-A Region runner-up title … earned all-region accolades following her junior campaign … holds the school record for free throws attempted and made in a season, finishing the 2009-10 season 141-of-232 from the charity stripe … her 96 steals and 3.3 steals per game average tied the season mark at Brookwood … set a single-game record with nine steals against South High School on Feb. 17, 2010. Personal: Full name is Jazmine Symone Jackson … is the daughter of Cecil Jackson and Latrice Searcy … has an older brother, Robert, and a younger sister, Alliah … is majoring in childhood education.

Tina Odume

Marren Schwartz

Freshman 6-2 Forward Snellville, Ga. South Gwinnett HS

Freshman 6-2 Forward Monroe, Ga. George Walton Academy

44 Prep: Lettered in basketball for head coach Jaime Kruppa at South Gwinnett High School in Snellville, Ga. … as a senior, helped the Comets to Georgia Class AAAAA state tournament for the first time since the 2006-07 season … set the single-game (11), season (133) and career (241) record for blocks at SGHS … her career block total is third in the Georgia state record book … posted 133 blocks as a junior and 108 as a senior, totals which ranked first and second in Gwinnett County annals … averaged 14.5 points, 10.4 rebounds and 4.5 blocks per game as a senior … recorded the first triple-double in school history against Archer High School, scoring 19 points, grabbing 12 rebounds and blocking 11 shots … set a career-high with 33 points and 16 rebounds in a 67-63 upset victory against then-No. 1 Brookwood High School … posted 14 double-doubles on the year … was selected to the all-region first team and was an all-county selection by the Gwinnett Tip-off Club and the Gwinnett Daily Post … was also an honorable mention all-metro selection by the Atlanta Journal Constitution … averaged 15.0 points and 8.6 rebounds as a junior … earned all-region and all-county honors following her junior campaign … earned the Comets’ MVP award as a junior and senior … was selected Best All-Around as a sophomore and Best Defender as a freshman. Personal: Full name is Oritsetsemaye Tina Odume … is the daughter of Goyi and Elizabeth Odume … has an older brother, O.J., and an older sister, Joy … is undecided on a major.

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Prep: Lettered in basketball for head coach Lori Hines at George Walton Academy in Monroe, Ga. … was an 8-A second-team all-region selection as a senior … helped the Lady Bulldogs to a 23-6 overall record, an Elite 8 appearance in the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) state tournament and the 4A GISA regional regular-season and tournament championships … averaged 10 points, 10 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game as a junior … was selected GWA’s Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior. Personal: Full name is Marren Elizabeth Schwartz … is the daughter of Martin Schwartz … has three brothers, Brian, Alan and Aaron … is majoring in nursing.


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2010-11 RECAP

2010-11 Season Statistics Record: 14-16

Home: 8-8

Away: 6-7

-----TOTAL----- -----3-PT-----

Neutral: 0-1 -----REBOUNDS-----

## Player

GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA

Pct.

FG-FGA Pct.

FT-FTA Pct.

13

Carlie Ainsworth

30-29

991-33.0

108-348

.310

55-209

.263

55-68

Off Def Tot Avg PF

A

TO Blk Stl Pts

118

156 5.2

53

57

58

0

49

326

24

Haley McIntyre

30-30

756-25.2

84-240

.350

24-89

.270

101-133 .759

10.9

110

166 5.5

72

30

64

7

27

293

9.8

12

Courtney Thacker

29-20

730-25.2

87-237

.367

27-110

.245

53-79

5

Stephanie Torrence

30-6

635-21.2

86-239

.360

48-150

.320

28-43

.671 43

83

126 4.3

60

21

40

4

15

254

8.8

.651 24

80

104 3.5

48

42

53

7

36

248

42

Rachel Cunningham

28-19

620-22.1

88-188

.468

7-20

.350

38-73

8.3

.521 61

103

164 5.9

61

18

54

7

16

221

7.9

4

Areial Woods

30-12

597-19.9

48-134

.358

2-17

.118

11

Kamesha Strong

30-26

635-21.2

40-115

.348

1-17

.059

41-64

.641 19

48

67

2.2

51

52

88

6

20

139

4.6

29-48

.604 20

45

65

2.2

48

78

67

2

34

110

1

Lacey Griffin

28-7

383-13.7

31-102

.304

16-49

.327

3.7

17-34

.500 10

60

70

2.5

54

23

42

7

14

95

20

Caitlin Cunningham

28-0

398-14.2

30-70

.429

0-3

3.4

.000

22-52

.423 43

47

90

3.2

47

7

41

7

10

82

22

Haley Williams

25-1

247-9.9

23-78

.295

2.9

12-52

.231

2-4

.500 10

22

32

1.3

9

13

21

1

5

60

21

Candace Dyer

14-0

58-4.1

5-23

.217

2.4

1-8

.125

1-2

.500 3

4

7

0.5

4

1

3

0

0

12

0.9

Total

30

6050

630-1774 .355

193-724 .267

387-600 .645 372 789

69

114 3.8

1161 38.7 509 342 544 48

2

Opponents

30

6050

705-1801 .391

148-571 .259

342-538 .636 390 842

1232 41.1 527 368 556 101 249 1900 63.3

.809 38

TEAM

56

45

Avg

13 226 1840 61.3

2010-11 Conference Statistics Record: 5-7

Home: 3-3

Away: 2-4

-----TOTAL----- -----3-PT-----

Neutral: 0-0 -----REBOUNDS-----

## Player

GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA

Pct.

FG-FGA Pct.

FT-FTA Pct.

A

TO Blk Stl Pts

Avg

13

Carlie Ainsworth

12-12

432-36.0

38-150

.253

23-97

.237

22-27

.815 17

58

75

6.3

24

17

19

0

21

121

10.1

24

Haley McIntyre

12-12

313-26.1

33-95

.347

8-34

.235

42-53

.792

30

45

75

6.3

28

10

23

6

6

116

9.7

12

Courtney Thacker

11-11

308-28.0

35-94

.372

10-38

.263

22-31

.710

19

46

65

5.9

23

6

13

3

6

102

9.3

5

Stephanie Torrence

12-3

261-21.8

36-101

.356

21-63

.333

10-13

.769

8

33

41

3.4

17

13

20

0

9

103

8.6

42

Rachel Cunningham

12-5

233-19.4

26-65

.400

1-3

.333

23-36

.639 34

31

65

5.4

23

5

15

4

2

76

6.3

11

Kamesha Strong

12-12

316-26.3

16-54

.296

0-6

.000

11-17

.647 8

25

33

2.8

18

36

28

2

11

43

3.6

1

Lacey Griffin

12-5

175-14.6

16-48

.333

8-22

.364

2-5

.400 3

24

27

2.3

18

9

13

2

4

42

3.5

4

Areial Woods

12-0

176-14.7

15-36

.417

0-3

.000

7-14

.500 5

10

15

1.3

18

16

22

1

5

37

3.1

20

Caitlin Cunningham

11-0

142-12.9

13-29

.448

0-0

.000

7-14

.500 15

21

36

3.3

19

1

14

1

3

33

3.0

21

Candace Dyer

3-0

23-7.7

3-8

.375

0-3

.000

0-0

.000 0

2

2

0.7

1

1

1

0

0

6

2.0

.500 1

3

4

0.6

1

4

1

0

22

Haley Williams

7-0

46-6.6

0-8

.000

0-6

.000

2-4

2

2

0.3

Total

12

2425

231-688

.336

71-275

.258

148-214 .692 159 326

485 40.4 191 118 174 19

69

681

56.8

Opponents

12

2425

250-678

.369

74-260

.285

133-203 .655 144 320

464 38.7 198 158 172 43

76

707

58.9

Carlie Ainsworth led AUM in scoring last season and was a Southern States Athletic Conference West Division selection.

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Off Def Tot Avg PF

Haley McIntyre was one of two AUM players to join the 1,000 Point Club, finishing her career with 1,109 points.

Stephanie Torrence enjoyed a break-out season as a sophomore, averaging 8.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per contest.

Kamesha Strong paced the Warhawks with 78 assists last season and proved to be the floor general for the offense.


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2010-11 RESULTS

2010-11 Season Results Record: All Games: Conference: Non-Conference:

Overall 14-16 5-7 9-9

Home 8-8 3-3 5-5

Away 6-7 2-4 4-3

Neutral 0-1 0-0 0-1

Date Nov. 4 Nov. 6 Nov. 12 Nov. 13

Opponent SELMA UNIVERSITY at Talladega College at Lee University vs. Shorter University

Location AUM P.E. Complex Talladega, Ala. Cleveland, Tenn. Cleveland, Tenn.

Score W, 81-69 W, 81-53 L, 90-69 L, 76-70

High Points (16) Carlie Ainsworth (24) Rachel Cunningham (17) Haley McIntyre (14) Courtney Thacker

Nov. 16

EMMANUEL COLLEGE

AUM P.E. Complex

W, 65-58

Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 29

at Southern Polytechnic State University at Brewton-Parker College MARTIN METHODIST COLLEGE TALLADEGA COLLEGE

Marietta, Ga. AUM P.E. Complex AUM P.E. Complex

L, 96-71 W, 77-69 L, 80-77 W, 57-50

(10) Rachel Cunningham (10) Areial Woods (10) Courtney Thacker (19) Carlie Ainsworth (20) Carlie Ainsworth (15) Areial Woods (23) Haley McIntyre

Dec. 3 Dec. 4

FREED-HARDEMAN UNIVERSITY TRUETT-MCCONNELL COLLEGE

AUM P.E. Complex AUM P.E. Complex

L, 73-56 W 59-39

Dec. 11

LEE UNIVERSITY

AUM P.E. Complex

L, 84-48

(14) Haley McIntyre (10) Courtney Thacker (10) Stephanie Torrence (14 ) Lacey Griffin

Dec. 17 Dec. 30 Jan. 6

at Martin Methodist College at University of New Orleans at Emmanuel College

Pulaski, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Franklin Springs, Ga.

L, 91-77 W, 60-50 W, 43-42

(21) Carlie Ainsworth (15) Rachel Cunningham (15) Carlie Ainsworth

Jan. 8 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 20 Jan. 22

SOUTHERN POLY BELHAVEN UNIVERSITY* at Spring Hill College* at University of Mobile* WILLIAM CAREY UNIVERSITY*

AUM P.E. Complex AUM P.E. Complex Mobile, Ala. Mobile, Ala. AUM P.E. Complex

62-55 (OT) W, 72-63 L, 57-51 L, 65-58 L, 55-54

(16) Carlie Ainsworth (29) Stephanie Torrence (15) Rachel Cunningham (12) Rachel Cunningham (16) Stephanie Torrence

Jan. 25

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS

AUM P.E. Complex

L, 64-58

(22) Carlie Ainsworth

Jan. 29 Feb. 3

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS* at Faulkner University*

AUM P.E. Complex Montgomery, Ala.

W, 66-63 L, 55-51

(29) Carlie Ainsworth (16) Courtney Thacker

Feb. 5

at Belhaven University*

Jackson, Miss.

L, 68-46

(9) Carlie Ainsworth

Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 17

SPRING HILL COLLEGE* UNIVERSITY OF MOBILE* at William Carey University*

AUM P.E. Complex AUM P.E. Complex Hattiesburg, Miss.

W, 52-49 L, 66-63 W, 63-58 (OT)

Feb. 19

at Loyola University New Orleans*

New Orleans, La.

W, 51-50

(13) Courtney Thacker (17) Courtney Thacker (16) Carlie Ainsworth (16) Haley McIntyre (13) Carlie Ainsworth

Feb. 22 Feb. 26

BRENAU UNIVERSITY FAULKNER UNIVERSITY*

AUM P.E. Complex AUM P.E. Complex

W, 55-47 L, 58-54

(13) Courtney Thacker (15) Lacey Griffin

High Rebounds (8) Stephanie Torrence (10) Stephanie Torrence (9) Rachel Cunningham (5) Courtney Thacker (5) Stephanie Torrence (5) Carlie Ainsworth (10) Rachel Cunningham

(8) Rachel Cunningham (9) Rachel Cunningham (8) Rachel Cunningham (8) Haley McIntyre (8) Areial Woods (7) Courtney Thacker (8) Carlie Ainsworth (8) Stephanie Torrence (5) Haley McIntyre (5) Courtney Thacker (9) Rachel Cunningham (8) Carlie Ainsworth (6) Haley McIntyre (6) Carlie Ainsworth (11) Haley McIntyre (12) Rachel Cunningham (7) Courtney Thacker (12) Rachel Cunningham (7) Rachel Cunningham (7) Carlie Ainsworth (5) Carlie Ainsworth (5) Rachel Cunningham (5) Haley McIntyre (10) Carlie Ainsworth (8) Haley McIntyre (8) Carlie Ainsworth (5) Rachel Cunningham (5) Carlie Ainsworth (5) Haley McIntyre (10) Haley McIntyre (11) Caitlin Cunningham (6) Carlie Ainsworth (5) Carlie Ainsworth (5) Rachel Cunningham (5) Haley McIntyre (9) Haley McIntyre (9) Courtney Thacker (9) Carlie Ainsworth

2010-11 Southern States Athletic Conference Postseason Award Winners Individual Award Winners

SSAC All-West Division

Player of the Year

Auburn University at Montgomery

Regena Jackson (Belhaven) and Brooke McKinnon (Lee)

Defensive Player of the Year

Crystal Davis (Southern Poly) and Alice Honnery (Mobile)

Freshman of the Year Jasmine Brewer (Loyola)

Carlie Ainsworth, Haley McIntyre

SSAC All-Academic Team Auburn University at Montgomery

Carlie Ainsworth, Caitlin Cunningham, Rachel Cunningham, Candace Dyer, Haley McIntyre, Courtney Thacker

Newcomer of the Year Brittney Carter (Faulkner)

6th Man of the Year Jasmine Brewer (Loyola)

Musco Lighting Champions of Character Team Auburn University at Montgomery Kamesha Strong

Coach of the Year Vic Mitchell (Shorter)

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2011-12 OPPONENTS Concordia College of Selma Hornets

Webber International University Lady Warriors

University of Alabama Crimson Tide

Nov. 4 - at Jimmy Faulkner Classic - 10 a.m.

Nov. 5 - at Jimmy Faulkner Classic - 1 p.m.

Nov. 6 - at Alabama - 2 p.m. EXHIBITION GAME

Location: .............................................. Selma, Ala. Enrollment: ..................................................... 500 Founded: ........................................................1922 Colors: ............................................ Green and Gold Conference:................................................... None Affiliation: ...................................................USCAA President:................Dr. Tilahun Mekonnen Mendedo Athletic Director: ...........................Sheperd Skanes

Location: ......................................Babson Park, Fla. Enrollment: ..................................................... 700 Founded: ........................................................1927 Colors: ..................................Green, Gold and White Conference:...............................................The Sun Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:........................................ Dr. Keith Wade Athletic Director: .................................... Bill Heath

Location: ........................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Enrollment: ................................................. 31,747 Founded: ........................................................1831 Colors: ....................................... Crimson and White Conference:........................................Southeastern Affiliation: ...................................... NCAA Division I President:.................................... Dr. Robert E. Witt Athletic Director: ...................................Mal Moore

Head Coach: ................................... Kimberly Pooler Assistant Coach: ................................Derek Wilson 2010-11 Record (Conference): ................... 11-11 Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: ...................................... Grady Morrell Assistant Coaches: ......Chris Springs, Keith Combee 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 5-19 (4-10) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: .................................. Wendell Hudson Assistant Coaches: ..... T. Evans, L. Drury, R. Mosley 2010-11 Record (Conference): ......... 18-15 (5-11) Postseason:....................................................none

Basketball Contact: ....................... Kimberly Pooler Office Phone: ..................334-874-5700, ext. 19777 E-mail: ........................ kpooler@concordiaselma.edu Website: ...........................www.concordiaselma.edu

Basketball Contact: ................. Bradley Hutzelman Office Phone: ................................... 863-638-2980 E-mail: ........................................... sid@webber.edu Website: ..........................www.webberathletics.com

Basketball Contact: ........................... Jessica ParĂŠ Office Phone: ................................... 205-348-3673 E-mail: ........................................... jpare@ia.ua.edu Website: .......................................www.rolltide.com

Series Record: AUM leads 2-0

Series Record: First Meeting

Series Record: Alabama lead 2-0

Talladega College Lady Tornadoes

Georgia Southwestern State Univ. Hurricanes

Lee University Lady Flames

Nov. 9 - at AUM - 5:30 p.m. Nov. 22 - at Talladega - 5:30 p.m.

Nov. 12 - at Georgia Southwestern - 3 p.m.

Nov. 18 - at Lee - 4:30 p.m.

Location: ..........................................Talladega, Ala. Enrollment: ..................................................... 600 Founded: ........................................................1867 Colors: ......................................... Crimson and Blue Conference:................................ Gulf Coast Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:..................................Dr. Billy C. Hawkins Athletic Director: ...........................Wilberto Ramos

Location: ...........................................Americus, Ga. Enrollment: ...................................................3,033 Founded: ........................................................1906 Colors: ...................................... Navy Blue and Gold Conference:............................................Peach Belt Affiliation: ..................................... NCAA Division II President:...........................Dr. Kendall A. Blanchard Athletic Director: ................. Jaclyn Kaylor Donovan

Location: .......................................Cleveland, Tenn. Enrollment: ...................................................4,411 Founded: ........................................................1918 Colors: ........................................ Maroon and White Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:.......................................... Dr. Paul Conn Athletic Director: ........................... Larry Carpenter

Head Coach: ................................... Romeo Lagmay Assistant Coach: ................................. Kevin Herod 2010-11 Record (Conference): ......... 13-18 (5-11) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: ........................................ Kelly Britsky Assistant Coach: ................................ Kelly Turman 2010-11 Record (Conference): ......... 12-14 (6-11) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: .........................................Marty Rowe Assistant Coach: ................................ Jan Spangler 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 25-7 (14-2) Postseason:............... NAIA Tournament First Round

Basketball Contact: ...................... Demond Walker Office Phone: ................................... 256-761-6411 E-mail: ................................ dlwalker@talladega.edu Website: .....................www.talladegatornadoes.com

Basketball Contact: .............................. Matt Ensor Office Phone: ................................... 229-931-2217 E-mail: .................................... matt.ensor@gsw.edu Website: .................................. www.gswcanes.com

Basketball Contact: ........................... George Starr Office Phone: ................................... 423-614-8442 E-mail: ............................... gstarr@leeuniversity.edu Website: .................. www.leeuniversity.edu/athletics

Series Record: AUM leads 31-1

Series Record: AUM leads 24-1

Series Record: Lee leads 14-3

Shorter University Lady Hawks

Southern Polytechnic State University Runnin’ Hornets

Brewton-Parker College Lady Barons

Nov. 19 - at Shorter - 2 p.m.

Dec. 2 - at AUM - 5:30 p.m.

Dec. 3 - at AUM - 3 p.m.

Location: ................................................Rome, Ga. Enrollment: ...................................................2,900 Founded: ........................................................1873 Colors: ....................................Royal Blue and White Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:..................................Dr. Donald Dowless Athletic Director: ................................ Bill Peterson

Location: ............................................ Marietta, Ga. Enrollment: ...................................................4,800 Founded: ........................................................1948 Colors: .......................................... Green and White Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:..............................Dr. Lisa A. Rossbacher Athletic Director: ..................................Karl Staber

Location: ........................................ Mt. Vernon, Ga. Enrollment: ...................................................1,050 Founded: ........................................................1904 Colors: .................................. Navy Blue and Orange Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:.................................. Dr. Mike Simineaux Athletic Director: ...........................Sheila Simmons

Head Coach: ..........................................Vic Mitchell Assistant Coach: ................................ Joanna Reitz 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 24-8 (13-3) Postseason:............... NAIA Tournament First Round

Head Coach: .............................. Laquanda Dawkins Assistant Coach: ............................ Stephon Seraile 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 29-5 (14-2) Postseason:............... NAIA Tournament First Round

Head Coach: ......................................Laphelia Doss Assistant Coach: ...............................Kimberly Kern 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 5-25 (0-16) Postseason:....................................................none

Basketball Contact: ............................. Matt Green Office Phone: ................................... 706-233-7468 E-mail: .................................... mgreen@shorter.edu Website: ......................... www.goshorterhawks.com

Basketball Contact: ................. Laquanda Dawkins Office Phone: ................................... 678-915-5514 E-mail: ...................................... ldawkins@spsu.edu Website: ............................. www.spsu.edu/athletics

Basketball Contact: ............................ Michael Dye Office Phone: ................................... 912-583-3181 E-mail: ............................................ mdye@bpc.edu Website: ............................... www.gobaronsgo.com

Series Record: AUM leads 31-8

Series Record: AUM leads 12-7

Series Record: AUM leads 27-9

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2011-12 OPPONENTS

Martin Methodist College Lady Redhawks

University of New Orleans Lady Privateers

Birmingham-Southern College Lady Panthers

Dec. 29 - at Huntingdon Holiday Classic - 7 p.m.

Dec. 30 - at Huntingdon Holiday Classic - 9 p.m. Jan. 26 - at New Orleans - 6 p.m.

Jan. 2 - at AUM - 5:30 p.m.

Location: ...........................................Pulaski, Tenn. Enrollment: ...................................................1,090 Founded: ........................................................1870 Colors: ............................................. Red and White Conference:................................ TranSouth Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:......................................... Dr. Ted Brown Athletic Director: ..................................... Jeff Bain

Location: ...................................... New Orleans, La. Enrollment: .................................................10,903 Founded: ........................................................1958 Colors: ................................... Reflex Blue and Silver Conference:............................................Gulf South Affiliation: ..................................... NCAA Division II President:.....................................John V. Lombardi Athletic Director: ............................Amy Champion

Location: ......................................Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment: ...................................................1,400 Founded: ........................................................1856 Colors: ............................................. Black and Gold Conference:...................Southern Collegiate Athletic Affiliation: ....................................NCAA Division III President:........................ General Charles C. Krulak Athletic Director: ................................ Joe Dean Jr.

Head Coach: .......................................Jamy Bechler Assistant Coaches: ........... Learie Sandy, Cori Jones 2010-11 Record (Conference): ......... 17-14 (6-10) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: ................... Keeshawn Carter (Interim) Assistant Coach: ........................... Lionel Robinson 2010-11 Record (Conference): ..................... 3-19 Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: .........................................Brad Hodge Assistant Coach: ....................... Rena Faust-Holden 2010-11 Record (Conference): ......... 15-10 (10-6) Postseason:....................................................none

Basketball Contact: ............................. Claire Cook Office Phone: ................................... 931-363-9883 E-mail: ......................... ccook@martinmethodist.edu Website: ............................... www.goredhawks.com

Basketball Contact: ...........................Jason Plotkin Office Phone: ................................... 504-280-6284 E-mail: ........................................ jplotkin@uno.edu Website: .............................www.unoprivateers.com

Basketball Contact: .......................... Sarah Erreca Office Phone: ................................... 205-226-4905 E-mail: .......................................... serreca@bsc.edu Website: .................................... www.bscsports.net

Series Record: Martin Methodist leads 4-1

Series Record: Tied at 1-1

Series Record: First Meeting

Emmanuel College Lady Lions

Brenau University Golden Tigers

Belhaven University Lady Blazers

Jan. 6 - at Emmanuel - 6:30 p.m.

Jan. 7 - at Brenau - 2 p.m.

Jan. 12 - at Belhaven - 5:30 p.m. Feb. 4 - at AUM - 2 p.m.

Location: .................................Franklin Springs, Ga. Enrollment: ..................................................... 800 Founded: ........................................................1919 Colors: ............................................... Red and Gold Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:............................. Dr. Michael S. Stewart Athletic Director: ...................................Mike Bona

Location: ........................................ Gainesville, Ga. Enrollment: ...................................................2,600 Founded: ........................................................1878 Colors: .............................................. Gold and Gold Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:....................................... Dr. Ed Schrader Athletic Director: ...................... Mike Lochstampfor

Location: .......................................... Jackson, Miss. Enrollment: ...................................................2,951 Founded: ........................................................1883 Colors: ............................................ Green and Gold Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:..................................... Dr. Roger Parrott Athletic Director: .................................. Scott Little

Head Coach: ...........................................Mike Bona Assistant Coach: ............................. Ashley Jackson 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 18-16 (8-8) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: ........................................ Kris Stewart Assistant Coach: ................................ Beth Henson 2010-11 Record (Conference): ......... 13-16 (5-11) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: .......................................... Billy Evans Assistant Coach: .................................Steve Calder 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 24-9 (10-2) Postseason:............... NAIA Tournament First Round

Basketball Contact: ........................ Howard Eaton Office Phone: ................................... 706-498-8559 E-mail: ............................................ heaton@ec.edu Website: ................................... www.goeclions.com

Basketball Contact: ............................ Kris Stewart Office Phone: ................................... 770-538-4443 E-mail: ...................................kstewart@brenau.edu Website: .............................. www.brenautigers.com

Basketball Contact: ........................ Kirk McDonnell Office Phone: ................................... 601-968-8765 E-mail: ............................kmcdonnell@belhaven.edu Website: ................................. blazers.belhaven.edu

Series Record: AUM leads 27-4

Series Record: AUM leads 7-2

Series Record: AUM leads 3-1

Spring Hill College Lady Badgers

University of Mobile Lady Rams

William Carey University Lady Crusaders

Jan. 14 - at AUM - 2 p.m. Feb. 9 - at Spring Hill - 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 19 - at AUM - 5:30 p.m. Feb. 11 - at Mobile - 2 p.m.

Jan. 21 - at William Carey - 2 p.m. Feb. 16 - at AUM - 5:30 p.m.

Location: .............................................. Mobile, Ala. Enrollment: ...................................................1,504 Founded: ........................................................1830 Colors: ..........................................Purple and White Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:........................ Rev. Richard P. Salmi, S.J. Athletic Director: ...................................... Jim Hall

Location: .............................................. Mobile, Ala. Enrollment: ...................................................1,646 Founded: ........................................................1961 Colors: ........................................ Maroon and White Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:......................................... Dr. Mark Foley Athletic Director: ...................................Joe Niland

Location: .....................................Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment: ...................................................3,250 Founded: ........................................................1906 Colors: ....................................Red, Black and White Conference:........................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ..................................................... NAIA President:.......................................Dr. Tommy King Athletic Director: ............................... Steve Knight

Head Coach: ............................. Karen C. McConicao Assistant Coach: ....................................Amy Dodd 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 11-19 (3-9) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: ...................................... Michael Berry Assistant Coaches: .......................Ebonie Ferguson 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 17-11 (6-6) Postseason:....................................................none

Head Coach: .......................................Tracy English Assistant Coaches: ................................D.J. Pulley 2010-11 Record (Conference): ........... 11-15 (6-6) Postseason:....................................................none

Basketball Contact: ........................... Jim Stennett Office Phone: ................................... 251-380-4468 E-mail: ........................................jstennett@shc.edu Website: ................................ www.shcbadgers.com

Basketball Contact: .........................Matthew Hicks Office Phone: ................................... 251-442-2264 E-mail: .................................... mhicks@umobile.edu Website: ........................ www.umobile.edu/athletics

Basketball Contact: .............................. D.J. Pulley Office Phone: ................................... 601-318-6111 E-mail: ................................. djpulley@wmcarey.edu Website: .............................www.careyathletics.com

Series Record: AUM leads 32-4

Series Record: AUM leads 30-17

Series Record: AUM leads 8-5

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2011-12 OPPONENTS Loyola University New Orleans Wolfpack

Faulkner University Lady Eagles

Jan. 28 - at Loyola - 2 p.m. Feb. 18 - at AUM - 2 p.m.

Feb. 2 - at AUM - 5:30 p.m. Feb. 25 - at Faulkner - 2 p.m.

Location: ...................................... New Orleans, La. Enrollment: ................................................... 5,000 Founded: ........................................................ 1912 Colors: .......................................... Maroon and Gold Conference:........................ Southern States Athletic Affiliation: ...................................................... NAIA President:.......................Rev. Kevin Wm. Wildes S.J. Athletic Director: ................ Dr. Michael F. Giorlando

Location: .................................... Montgomery, Ala. Enrollment: ..................................................3,500 Founded: .......................................................1942 Colors: ................Royal Blue, Silver, Black and White Conference:.......................Southern States Athletic Affiliation: .................................................... NAIA President:.........................................Dr. Billy Hilyer Athletic Director: ...............................Brent Barker

Head Coach: ..................................... Kellie Kennedy Assistant Coaches: ......................... Lindsay Werntz 2010-11 Record (Conference): ............20-12 (6-6) Postseason:.................................................... none

Head Coach: ....................................... Reed Sutton Assistant Coach: .... Kat Kundmueller, Sarah Hughes 2010-11 Record (Conference): .......... 20-10 (6-6) Postseason:...................................................none

Basketball Contact: .............................. Josh Bates Office Phone: ....................................618-558-7556 E-mail: ....................................... jbbates@loyno.edu Website: .................................... wolfpack.loyno.edu

Basketball Contact: .......................... Ryan Bartels Office Phone: .................................. 334-652-1396 E-mail: ................................. rbartels@faulkner.edu Website: ........................www.faulkner.edu/athletics

Series Record: Loyola leads 2-0

Series Record: Faulkner leads 2-0

All-Time Series Results Alabama ................................................. 0-2 Alabama-Birmingham .............................. 1-1 Alabama-Huntsville .................................. 6-1 Alabama State ........................................ 4-6 Anderson (S.C.) ....................................... 3-0 Aquinas .................................................. 1-0 Arkansas-Monticello ................................. 2-0 Auburn ................................................... 0-4 Azusa Pacific ........................................... 1-0 Belhaven .............................................3-1 Belmont.................................................. 1-1 Bethel (Ind.) ........................................... 1-1 Berry ...................................................19-12 Birmingham Southern ........ First Meeting Brenau ................................................7-2 Brewton-Parker ................................27-9 Campbellsville ......................................... 5-5 Carson-Newman...................................... 0-1 Catawba ................................................. 1-0 Central Arkansas ..................................... 0-1 Central State ........................................... 2-0 Christian Brothers.................................... 1-0 Claflin ..................................................... 9-3 Clayton State .......................................... 2-0 Columbia (S.C.) ......................................12-0 Concordia-Selma (Ala.) ......................2-0 Converse ................................................ 1-0 Covenant ................................................ 1-0 Delta State ............................................. 2-0 Dillard ...................................................12-6 Doane .................................................... 1-0 Edward Waters........................................ 1-0 Emmanuel.........................................27-4 Evangel (Okla.) ....................................... 0-1 Faulkner .............................................0-2 Freed-Hardeman ..................................... 2-3 Fresno Pacific .......................................... 0-1 Georgetown (Ky.) .................................... 1-1 Georgia Tech........................................... 0-4 Georgia Southwestern State ............24-1 Huntingdon (Ala.) .................................... 2-0 Indiana-South Bend................................. 2-0

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Indiana Wesleyan................................... 1-0 Jacksonville State ................................... 1-2 Judson (Ala.) ......................................... 2-0 Kennesaw State ..................................... 3-6 Kentucky State....................................... 1-0 LaGrange .............................................. 2-0 Lambuth................................................ 1-3 Lander .................................................. 1-0 Lee (Tenn.) ......................................3-14 Life ....................................................... 3-3 Limestone ............................................. 1-0 Lindenwood ........................................... 1-0 Lindsey Wilson ....................................... 4-0 Lipscomb ............................................... 4-4 Louisiana College ................................... 2-0 Loyola-New Orleans ..........................2-0 Lubbock Christian .................................. 0-1 Lynn ..................................................... 1-0 Martin Methodist ...............................1-4 Mary Hardin-Baylor ................................ 2-0 McKendree ............................................ 1-0 Michigan-Dearborn ................................. 1-0 Michigan-Oakland .................................. 1-0 Midland Lutheran ................................... 1-0 Miles ..................................................... 4-0 Mississippi University for Women ............. 3-0 Mobile ............................................30-17 Montevallo ............................................24-8 Morris (S.C.) .......................................... 2-0 Morris Brown ......................................... 1-0 Mt. Mercy .............................................. 0-1 Mt. Senario ............................................ 1-0 New Orleans ......................................1-1 North Alabama....................................... 1-0 North Georgia .....................................20-16 Northwestern Oklahoma ......................... 1-0 Oklahoma Baptist ................................... 2-1 Oklahoma Christian ................................ 4-1 Oklahoma City ....................................... 2-1 Oklahoma Science and Arts .................... 1-0 Piedmont ............................................... 2-0 Reinhardt .............................................18-2

Rosary (Ill.) ........................................... 2-0 Samford (D-I) ........................................ 0-1 Savannah College of Art and Design ........ 3-0 Seattle .................................................. 1-0 Selma ..................................................10-0 Shaw .................................................... 1-0 Shorter ............................................31-8 Sienna Heights ...................................... 1-0 South Alabama ...................................... 0-2 Southeastern Oklahoma State ................ 0-2 Southern Poly .................................12-7 Southern University-New Orleans ............ 9-1 Southern Nazarene ................................ 2-7 Southern Wesleyan ...............................24-2 Southwestern Oklahoma State ................ 1-1 Spring Hill .......................................32-4 St. Gregory’s ......................................... 1-0 St. Martin’s ............................................ 1-0 St. Mary’s (Texas) .................................. 1-0 Stillman ................................................ 4-0 Talladega ........................................31-1 Tennessee Temple ................................. 3-0 The Master’s ......................................... 0-2 Transylvania .......................................... 1-1 Trevecca Nazarene................................. 1-1 Troy ...................................................... 4-2 Truett-McConnell ................................... 1-0 Tuskegee .............................................. 1-2 Union (Tenn.) ........................................ 4-7 Virginia Intermont ................................. 1-0 Voorhees .............................................. 2-0 Wayland Baptist..................................... 0-3 Webber International ....... First Meeting West Alabama ....................................... 2-1 West Florida .........................................14-4 Western New Mexico ............................. 1-0 William Carey ....................................8-5 Wilmington (Del.) .................................. 1-0 Wingate ................................................ 1-0 Wisconsin-Green Bay ............................. 0-1 Wofford ................................................ 1-0 Xavier (La.) ........................................... 5-4


Warhawks Basketball 1986-87 vs. Kennesaw State at Judson vs. Spring Hill vs. William Carey at Kennesaw State at North Georgia vs. UAB vs. Tennessee Temple vs. North Georgia at Georgia Tech at Tuskegee at Montevallo vs. Shorter vs. Stillman at Talladega at West Florida vs. Alabama-Huntsville vs. Judson vs. Montevallo at Covenant at Shorter at West Florida at Stillman at Tennessee Temple at Alabama-Huntsville at Montevallo* vs. Dillard** vs. Union*** at Wisconsin-Green Bay***

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 20-11 L, 81-67 W, 118-53 W, 74-63 W, 89-78 L, 76-69 L, 78-74 W, 72-66 W, 2-0 (Forfeit) L, 59-56 L, 74-58 L, 81-76 L, 69-54 W, 89-69 W, 98-33 W, 84-71 W, 73-60 W, 82-79 W, 95-40 W, 80-58 W, 96-37 L, 72-68 L, 71-65 W, 100-83 W, 99-71 L, 82-76 W, 74-71 W, 83-68 W, 96-87 L, 87-61

*District 27 Playoff **NAIA Tri-District Playoff ***NAIA National Tournament

1987-88

21-7

vs. Kennesaw State W, 86-78 at Morris Brown W, 103-58 at Kennesaw State W, 75-61 vs. Stillman W, 2-0 (Forfeit) at William Carey W, 78-77 vs. William Carey W, 86-56 vs. Shorter W, 63-59 vs. Jacksonville State W, 86-82 vs. North Georgia W, 69-60 at Belhaven W, 84-53 at Mississippi University for Women W, 81-67 at Central Arkansas L, 91-74 at Montevallo W, 65-62 at North Georgia W, 69-57 at Berry L, 71-65 at Tuskegee W, 108-86 vs. Montevallo W, 95-93 at West Florida W, 54-51 at Alabama State L, 80-69 vs. Tennessee Temple W, 93-51 at Georgia Tech L, 89-72 vs. Talladega W, 61-48 vs. West Florida W, 82-70 at Stillman W, 2-0 (Forfeit) at Jacksonville State L, 83-69 at UAB L, 91-82 at Talladega W, 65-53 vs. Montevallo* L, 76-71 *NAIA District 27 Playoff

1988-89 vs. Lee at Spring Hill at Mobile at Louisiana College vs. Shorter vs. Mobile vs. Miles at Carson-Newman at Berry vs. North Georgia vs. Berry

20-11 W, W, W, L, W. W, W, L, L, W, W,

80-70 73-55 77-75 77-76 82-46 75-60 87-50 78-74 69-67 84-67 65-58

vs. Kennesaw State at Miles at Converse at Wofford at Southern Wesleyan vs. South Alabama vs. Montevallo at West Florida vs. Talladega at North Georgia at Shorter vs. Alabama State vs. West Florida at Georgia Tech at Montevallo at Lander at Talladega at Montevallo* vs. Louisiana College** at Union***

L, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, L, L, W, W, L,

65-55 67-35 69-61 87-59 86-57 67-61 72-63 70-63 72-55 75-70 72-64 75-73 70-41 80-57 63-51 65-63 60-57 78-72 75-72 69-62

*NAIA District 27 Playoff **NAIA Bi-District Playoff *** NAIA Tri-District Playoff

1989-90 at Mobile at William Carey vs. Kentucky State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Mobile at Shorter at South Alabama vs. Troy State vs. Tuskegee at Catawba at North Georgia at Georgia Tech at Berry vs. Miles vs. Kennesaw State at Montevallo vs. Talladega at Troy State vs. Shorter at West Florida vs. Alabama State at Talladega vs. Berry at Kennesaw State at Miles vs. Montevallo vs. West Florida

1990-91 at Mobile at Southern-New Orleans vs. Shorter vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Kennesaw State at Mobile vs. William Carey at Troy State at Alabama vs. North Georgia vs. Alabama at William Carey at North Georgia at Alabama State at Berry vs. Montevallo vs. Troy State vs. Southern-New Orleans at Shorter vs. Selma vs. Georgia Southwestern at West Florida at Georgia Southwestern at Talladega

13-15 W, 84-79 W, 84-64 W, 84-69 L, 94-73 L, 57-53 W, 80-58 L, 105-71 W, 100-85 L, 100-79 W, 68-66 L, 64-54 L, 89-63 L, 61-48 W, 91-77 L, 60-52 W, 77-76 W, 79-49 L, 87-73 W, 72-58 L, 76-73 L, 64-60 W, 73-70 L, 71-63 L, 72-65 W, 83-49 L, 68-65 L, 69-51

24-9 W, 62-58 W, 86-65 W, 82-71 W, 69-55 W, 82-71 L, 70-62 W, 61-49 W, 76-58 L, 78-57 W, 76-56 L, 78-57 W, 65-48 L, 67-50 L, 72-59 L, 75-56 W, 86-74 L, 76-74 W, 2-0 (Forfeit) W, 86-72 W, 98-57 W, 89-71 W, 88-78 W, 77-57 W, 86-80

vs. Berry at Kennesaw State at Alabama-Huntsville at Montevallo vs. Talladega vs. West Florida at Selma at Montevallo* at Mount Mercy**

W, 74-69 L, 81-74 W, 86-66 W, 80-77 W, 77-69 W, 89-70 W, 104-61 W, 99-86 L, 67-54

*NAIA District 27 Playoff **NAIA National Tournament

1991-92 vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Spring Hill vs. North Georgia vs. Kennesaw State vs. William Carey vs. Lambuth at Spring Hill at Mobile vs. Dillard vs. Mobile at Dillard at William Carey vs. Alabama-Huntsville vs. Georgia Southwestern vs. Berry at Troy State at Alabama State vs. West Florida at Montevallo at Selma at North Georgia vs. Talladega at Georgia Southwestern at Brewton-Parker at Berry vs. Selma at West Florida at Kennesaw State at Talladega vs. Troy State vs. Montevallo vs. Montevallo* at Fresno Pacific**

25-8 W, 80-59 W, 104-78 W, 85-75 W, 81-72 W, 75-66 W, 90-72 W, 81-72 L, 62-61 W, 76-54 W, 75-56 W, 93-90 L, 70-62 W, 104-71 W, 88-69 L, 65-62 W, 89-85 L, 59-55 W, 94-71 L, 77-68 W, 83-36 L, 77-76 W, 86-65 W, 80-62 W, 82-65 W, 62-60 W, 113-50 W, 91-68 L, 74-70 W, 75-74 W, 103-89 W, 99-94 W, 104-80 L, 65-62

*NAIA District 27 Playoff **NAIA National Tournament

1992-93 vs. William Carey vs. Brewton-Parker at Georgia Southwestern at Spring Hill vs. Xavier vs. Dillard vs. North Georgia vs. Mobile at Auburn vs. Berry at Brewton-Parker at William Carey at Mobile at Dillard at Michigan-Dearborn at Arkansas-Monticello vs. Georgia Southwestern at Alabama-Huntsville at North Georgia at Berry vs. Mississippi University for Women vs. Kennesaw State vs. West Florida vs. Alabama State vs. Montevallo at Talladega at Mississippi University for Women

27-6 W, 88-83 W, 95-70 W, 103-62 W, 73-47 W, 86-62 W, 90-69 W, 104-60 W, 87-68 L, 78-58 W, 106-83 W, 78-63 L, 69-58 W, 86-59 W, 87-86 W, 83-31 W, 100-75 W, 101-48 W, 86-58 W, 77-53 W, 71-61 W, 80-58 W, 91-48 W, 103-69 W, 83-58 L, 79-67 W, 89-44 W, 89-60

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS at West Florida at Montevallo vs. Talladega at Montevallo* at Rosary** at Southwest Oklahoma**

W, L, W, L, W, L,

93-84 72-68 87-47 97-89 95-79 73-50

*NAIA District 27 Playoff **NAIA National Tournament

1993-94 vs. Selma at Spring Hill at Selma at Lipscomb at Talladega vs. Xavier vs. William Carey vs. Mobile at Berry at William Carey vs. Alabama-Huntsville at Xavier at Mobile at Dillard at Oklahoma Christian at Wilmington at Berry at Arkansas-Monticello vs. Spring Hill vs. Talladega vs. Montevallo at West Florida vs. Selma at Brewton-Parker at Alabama-Huntsville at Auburn at Talladega at Montevallo at Alabama State vs. West Florida at Selma vs. Selma* vs. West Florida* vs. Montevallo* at Rosary** at Central State** at Southwest Oklahoma** at Southern Nazarene**

34-4 W, 107-54 W, 96-73 W, 114-52 L, 90-66 W, 82-69 W, 74-53 W, 95-58 W, 81-46 W, 96-76 W, 74-50 W, 78-51 W, 78-70 W, 73-52 W, 83-64 W, 80-59 W, 105-76 W, 84-66 W, 83-62 W, 84-58 W, 83-35 W, 84-81 W, 101-71 W, 116-43 W, 106-67 W, 104-67 L, 69-46 W, 82-52 W, 80-72 L, 68-58 W, 91-58 W, 99-53 W, 115-48 W, 108-63 W, 77-73 W, 103-59 W, 85-76 W, 69-60 L, 83-81

*NAIA SE Regional Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

1994-95 vs. William Carey at Clayton State vs. Emmanuel vs. Berry at Spring Hill vs. Spring Hill at Auburn vs. Southern-New Orleans vs. Mobile at Xavier at William Carey at Southern-New Orleans at Sienna Heights at Doane at Aquinas vs. Delta State vs. Montevallo vs. Belhaven vs. Talladega at Mobile at Montevallo vs. Selma at Selma vs. Alabama State at North Georgia at Talladega

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34-3 W, 80-61 W, 98-65 W, 78-66 W, 58-52 W, 82-65 W, 97-48 L, 86-61 W, 82-62 W, 63-55 L, 72-64 W, 92-51 W, 84-72 W, 89-60 W, 101-88 W, 90-55 W, 113-75 W, 64-60 W, 84-65 W, 91-41 W, 78-53 W, 65-62 W, 98-38 W, 94-72 W, 89-59 W, 112-85 W, 88-46

at Emmanuel vs. Montevallo at Delta State vs. North Georgia at Berry vs. Limestone* vs. Montevallo* vs. Lynn* at Voorhees** at St. Martin’s** at Southeast Oklahoma**

W, 103-81 W, 70-65 W, 70-68 W, 98-71 W, 89-80 W, 98-45 W, 81-76 W, 111-65 W, 103-50 W, 95-79 L, 81-76

*NAIA SE Regional Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

1995-96 at Concordia at Spring Hill at Xavier vs. Southern-New Orleans vs. Mobile vs. Spring Hill at Martin Methodist at Berry at Wayland Baptist vs. Dillard at Oakland at Lipscomb at Southern-New Orleans at Dillard at Auburn vs. Midland Lutheran vs. West Georgia vs. Oklahoma City vs. Seattle vs. Lindenwood vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor at Mobile vs. Talladega at Selma at Berry at Talladega at Anderson at Emmanuel vs. Concordia vs. Selma vs. Berry vs. West Florida* vs. Montevallo* at St. Mary’s** at Western New Mexico** at Lipscomb**

30-6 W, 86-44 W, 88-54 W, 97-63 W, 76-44 W, 77-62 W, 79-58 W, 85-67 W, 97-53 L, 86-75 W, 101-64 W, 91-89 L, 89-60 W, 77-60 L, 81-76 L, 82-56 W, 83-79 W, 104-71 W, 83-60 W, 81-67 W, 69-44 W, 84-65 W, 83-71 W, 83-52 W, 151-48 W, 82-52 W, 83-52 W, 95-68 L, 70-58 W, 125-36 W, 94-34 W, 71-55 W, 98-56 W, 68-64 W, 61-60 W, 91-75 L, 87-66

* NAIA SE Regional Tournament ** NAIA National Tournament

1996-97 vs. Dillard at Mobile at Southern-New Orleans at Claflin at Shaw at Emmanuel vs. Union at Spring Hill at Xavier vs. Southern-New Orleans at Union at Lambuth at Campbellsville at Claflin at Lipscomb vs. Campbellsville vs. Mobile vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor vs. Oklahoma Christian at Brewton-Parker at Talladega at Anderson vs. Belmont

19-11 L, W, L, L, W, W, L, W, L, W, L, L, W, L, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W,

61-57 54-46 66-60 78-72 73-45 56-50 67-64 75-69 67-46 68-45 69-51 74-57 64-62 75-68 71-70 73-56 59-56 61-54 56-55 89-54 78-53 56-47 60-41

at Belmont vs. Talladega vs. Spring Hill vs. Andeson vs. Montevallo* vs. Christian Brothers* at Southeast Oklahoma**

L, W, W, W, W, W, L,

63-59 55-46 78-40 75-52 61-49 62-45 78-66

*NAIA SE Regional Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

1997-98 vs. Southern-New Orleans at Spring Hill at Alabama State at Mobile at Xavier vs. Spring Hill vs. Union at Oklahoma Science and Arts at Oklahoma City at Southern Nazarene vs. Mobile at Lipscomb at Lindsey Wilson at Campbellsville at Southern-New Orleans vs. Xavier vs. Oklahoma Christian vs. Bethel at Mt. Senario at Union at Talladega at Claflin at Brewton-Parker vs. Shorter vs. North Georgia vs. Brewton-Parker at North Georgia at Georgia Southwestern vs. Talladega at Shorter vs. Claflin vs. Talladega* at Freed-Hardeman** at Wayland Baptist**

24-10 W, L, L, L, L, W, L, W, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L,

85-46 63-46 48-44 49-42 42-39 69-42 71-61 51-49 57-52 74-51 60-51 66-50 60-50 80-77 55-32 59-56 67-51 55-52 77-22 54-45 60-51 69-33 71-46 55-34 73-56 82-30 71-60 57-43 63-51 61-35 60-44 61-46 63-31 69-62

*NAIA SE Regional Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

1998-99 at Mobile vs. Alabama State at Spring Hill at Southern Nazarene at Oklahoma Christian at Northwest Oklahoma State at Southern Nazarene at St. Gregory’s vs. Union at Lipscomb at Transylvania at Campbellsville vs. Emmanuel vs. Indiana Wesleyan vs. Claflin vs. Campbellsville vs. Mobile vs. Georgia Southwestern at North Georgia vs. Shorter vs. Spring Hill vs. Brewton-Parker at Union at Claflin vs. North Georgia at Georgia Southwestern at Brewton-Parker vs. North Alabama at Xavier

28-8 W, W, W, L, W, W, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, L,

60-52 60-37 52-48 82-47 50-41 51-43 66-63 56-49 65-55 67-65 59-55 63-53 88-30 65-35 70-43 57-54 64-37 60-51 70-58 56-37 47-43 93-24 62-50 52-50 63-48 54-41 64-27 72-42 40-37


Warhawks Basketball at Savannah College of Art and Design at Shorter vs. Talladega* vs. Lindsey Wilson* at McKendree** at Morris** at Freed-Hardeman**

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS W, W, W, W, W, W, L,

60-42 56-40 78-50 81-51 70-53 77-37 55-48

*Mid-South Independent Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

1999-2000 at Lipscomb at Life vs. Spring Hill at Union at Lambuth at Georgetown at Transylvania at Spring Hill vs. Emmanuel vs. Southern Wesleyan at Brewton-Parker at Georgia Southwestern at Lipscomb at Rio Grande vs. Lindsey Wilson vs. Mobile at Piedmont at North Georgia vs. Life at Emmanuel at Southern Wesleyan vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Georgia Southwestern vs. Shorter at LaGrange at Life vs. Piedmont vs. North Georgia at Savannah Art & Design at Shorter vs. Southern Wesleyan* vs. Shorter* vs. North Georgia* at Claflin** at Trevecca Nazarene** at Southern Nazarene**

33-4 W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L,

75-52 73-47 69-56 51-47 69-49 62-52 67-36 53-41 56-31 70-37 49-47 52-36 64-56 66-48 64-35 70-48 70-36 69-53 62-47 57-40 65-34 63-49 72-67 51-32 80-22 73-60 77-48 76-75 59-52 52-39 79-34 76-62 72-66 67-33 61-46 56-54

*GACC Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

2000-01 at Morris vs. Talladega at Edward Waters at Oklahoma Baptist at Southern Nazarene at Spring Hill at Mobile at Clayton State at Kennesaw State at Lindsey Wilson at Southern Nazarene at Campbellsville vs. Virginia Intermont vs. Dillard vs. Spring Hill at Reinhardt vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Emmanuel vs. Southern Wesleyan at Shorter at Talladega vs. North Georgia vs. Ga. Southwestern

34-4 W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W,

71-27 54-36 51-37 70-66 70-66 73-61 62-45 79-39 59-55 69-43 56-51 63-53 74-43 57-50 61-49 80-57 64-53 64-31 92-47 63-41 77-27 56-52 68-54

vs. Reinhardt at Brewton-Parker at Emmanuel at Southern Wesleyan vs. Shorter at Georgia Southwestern at Southern Wesleyan* at Georgia Southwestern* at North Georgia* at Indiana Southeast** at Central State** at Union** at Southern Nazarene** at Oklahoma City**

W, 70-40 L, 59-55 W, 57-41 W, 100-39 W, 55-43 W, 64-43 W, 83-31 W, 65-57 W, 62-56 W, 59-43 W, 72-63 W, 55-52 W, 53-49 L, 69-52

*GACC Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

2001-02 at Campbellsville at Mobile at Union at Lambuth vs. Mobile at Wingate at Kennesaw State at Mobile at Oklahoma Baptist at Life at Campbellsville at Dillard vs. Dillard at Reinhardt at North Georgia vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Georgia Southwestern at Life at Southern Wesleyan at Emmanuel vs. Shorter vs. Reinhardt vs. North Georgia at Brewton-Parker at Georgia Southwestern vs. Life vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Emmanuel at Shorter at Reinhardt* at Shorter* at North Georgia* at Houston Baptist**

19-15 L, 86-64 W, 58-48 L, 54-46 L, 66-54 L, 68-59 W, 73-52 W, 59-55 L, 71-55 L, 69-50 W, 53-51 L, 57-39 L, 63-52 W, 57-42 W, 77-46 L, 75-54 W, 64-44 W, 44-38 L, 57-35 W, 80-55 W, 69-62 L, 62-48 W, 98-55 W, 84-67 W, 2-0 (Forfeit) W, 72-46 L, 65-56 W, 86-50 W, 59-35 W, 62-53 W, 65-45 W, 77-67 L, 64-57 L, 67-59

*GACC Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

2002-03 vs. Spring Hill at Mobile at Claflin vs. Mobile vs. Claflin vs. Dillard at The Master’s at Evangel at Azusa Pacific at Indiana-South Bend at Southern Nazarene at Campbellsville at Dillard vs. Spring Hill vs. Reinhardt vs. North Georgia at Brewton-Parker at Georgia Southwestern vs. Southern Wesleyan

25-9 W, W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, W,

54-45 57-51 57-54 56-36 67-58 66-60 66-60 50-45 62-51 62-51 62-47 67-58 45-42 68-49 83-37 70-64 57-53 67-56 74-19

vs. Emmanuel at Shorter at Southern Tech at Reinhardt at North Georgia vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Georgia Southwestern at Southern Wesleyan at Emmanuel vs. Shorter vs. Southern Tech at Southern Wesleyan* at Georgia Southwestern* at North Georgia* at Transylvania**

W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L,

63-64 53-35 77-50 77-54 70-66 64-41 70-47 65-47 64-44 62-42 70-52 81-46 76-71 62-60 67-56

*GACC Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

2003-04 vs. Spring Hill at Spring Hill vs. Claflin at Mobile at Lubbock Christian at Wayland Baptist at Southern Nazarene vs. Mobile at Trevecca Nazarene at Claflin vs. Dillard vs. Travecca Nazarene vs. Brewton-Parker at Reinhardt vs. Emmanuel at Shorter at Southern Tech at Georgia Southwestern at Southern Wesleyan vs. North Georgia at Brewton-Parker vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Reinhardt at Emmanuel vs. Shorter at North Georgia vs. Southern Tech vs. Georgia Southwestern at Southern Wesleyan* at Brewton-Parker* at North Georgia* at Oklahoma Baptist** at Union**

25-8 W, W, W, W, L, L, L, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, L, W, L,

60-48 57-35 61-38 59-57 53-50 57-46 68-55 58-53 54-52 64-40 48-43 62-46 76-57 73-48 64-48 50-20 68-41 66-49 76-57 72-58 63-57 58-26 62-49 72-47 59-48 61-58 55-24 57-53 64-36 64-56 82-64 61-55 68-47

*GACC Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

2004-05 at Voorhees at Claflin at Spring Hill vs. Mobile at Columbia vs. Spring Hill vs. Claflin vs. Berry at Brewton-Parker vs. Emmanuel at Mobile at Lee vs. North Georgia at Reinhardt at Southern Tech vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Columbia at Berry

19-11 W, 54-47 L, 70-68 (OT) W, 54-42 W, 58-56 W, 74-40 W, 45-41 W, 51-48 W, 60-56 L, 75-60 W, 52-42 L, 61-55 L, 75-51 L, 62-43 W, 60-48 W, 54-45 W, 61-52 W, 65-24 L, 68-53

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS vs. Brewton-Parker at Georgia Southwestern vs. Lee at North Georgia at Shorter at Emmanuel vs. Reinhardt vs. Shorter vs. Southern Tech vs. Georgia Southwestern at Southern Wesleyan at Lee*

L, W, L, L, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L,

71-57 59-50 59-43 65-47 68-58 56-51 70-63 66-50 60-50 54-41 69-64 51-49

2005-06

18-12 W, 68-58 L, 57-47 L, 67-58 (OT) W, 56-51 W, 56-45 W, 59-39 W, 58-48 L, 69-50 L, 53-49 L, 56-45 W, 57-56 L, 71-69 W, 56-54 L, 69-61 W, 53-50 W, 65-53 W, 68-37 L, 59-52 W, 43-49 L, 58-54 W, 61-60 (OT) W, 75-54 W, 77-63 W, 60-49 W, 58-50 L, 63-56 W, 57-41 W, 64-33 L, 75-63 L, 65-50

* SSAC Tournament ** NAIA National Tournament

2006-07 vs. Mobile at Spring Hill at Savannah College of Art and Design at Dillard vs. William Carey at Brewton-Parker vs. Spring Hill vs. Huntingdon at Columbia vs. Lee vs. Brenau at William Carey at Mobile at Southern Wesleyan vs. Berry at Reinhardt at Southern Poly vs. Shorter vs. Montevallo vs. Emmanuel vs. Columbia vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Reinhardt at Lee vs. Southern Wesleyan

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W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L,

28-6 W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, W, L, L, W,

69-68 62-48 67-47 77-51 60-51 57-44 53-31 83-41 81-47 46-41 65-56 58-29 70-48 62-58 69-62 42-37 63-42 57-31 61-57 49-38 60-21 57-40 60-58 61-55 67-47

40-26 52-46 69-57 49-30 42-38 66-58 54-40 62-49 68-46

* SSAC Tournament ** NAIA National Tournament

2007-08

*SSAC Tournament

at Spring Hill at Mobile vs. Mobile vs. Berry vs. Shorter vs. Columbia at Huntingdon vs. Lee vs. Spring Hill at Montevallo vs. Reinhardt at Mobile at Georgia Southwestern at Brewton-Parker vs. Emmanuel vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Southern Poly at Berry at Shorter vs. Lee at Southern Poly at Reinhardt vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Georgia Southwestern at Emmanuel at Southern Wesleyan at Columbia at Shorter* at Brewton-Parker* at The Master’s**

at Brenau vs. Southern Poly at Berry at Emmanuel at Shorter vs. Reinhardt* vs. Southern Poly* at Lee* at Lambuth**

at Mobile vs. William Carey at West Alabama* at Montevallo* at West Alabama vs. Mobile vs. Berry vs. Shorter at Lee at Reinhardt at William Carey at Freed-Hardeman** at Oklahoma Christian** at Southern Wesleyan at Columbia vs. Brewton-Parker at Emmanuel at Brenau at Berry at Shorter vs. Southern Poly vs. Lee vs. Reinhardt vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Columbia at Southern Polytechnic at Brewton-Parker vs. Emmanuel vs. Brenau at Berry***

12-18 L, 60-58 W, 51-40 W, 61-59 W, 54-45 L, 59-51 W, 64-53 L, 63-55 L, 54-44 L, 71-38 L, 43-41 (OT) L, 52-40 W, 68-50 L, 57-50 W, 60-36 W, 64-51 W, 59-48 L, 47-40 L, 65-64 L, 56-53 L, 62-55 W, 53-38 L, 79-58 W, 64-56 W, 51-45 W, 67-48 L, 60-51 L, 69-58 L, 73-49 W, 64-58 L, 65-51

* University of Montevallo Tournament **NAIA South Padre Shootout *** SSAC Tournament

2008-09 vs. Dillard vs. Mobile at Spring Hill vs. West Alabama at Berry at Shorter vs. Lee vs. Reinhardt at William Carey at Mobile vs. Spring Hill at Southern Poly at Brewton-Parker vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Emmanuel vs. Brenau vs. Columbia vs. Berry vs. Shorter at Lee at Reinhardt at Southern Wesleyan at Columbia vs. Southern Poly vs. Brewton-Parker at Emmanuel

20-9 W, 53-31 L, 73-66 L, 68-62 W, 70-60 (OT) W, 59-56 W, 57-54 L, 65-58 W, 77-54 W, 65-41 W, 68-60 W, 63-40 L, 67-57 L, 65-64 W, 58-56 W, 59-38 L, 68-65 W, 67-29 W, 57-47 W, 53-47 L, 80-68 W, 75-56 W, 65-47 W, 66-33 W, 65-50 W, 58-37 W, 71-63

at Brenau at Southern Poly* at Point Loma Nazarene**

W, 82-72 L, 53-50 L, 51-38

*SSAC Tournament **NAIA National Tournament

2009-10 at Mobile at Bethel* at Freed-Hardeman* vs. Mobile at Spring Hill vs. William Carey at Brenau at Emmanuel vs. Martin Methodist vs. Berry at William Carey at Martin Methodist vs. Spring Hill at Lee vs. Shorter at Columbia at Southern Wesleyan vs. Brewton-Parker vs. Southern Poly vs. Brenau vs. Emmanuel at Shorter at Berry vs. Southern Wesleyan vs. Lee vs. Columbia at Brewton-Parker at Southern Poly at Emmanuel** at Lee**

15-15 W, 63-57 L, 67-54 L, 69-39 L, 54-47 W, 62-49 W, 44-35 W, 66-59 L, 67-48 L, 62-49 W, 75-65 L, 69-56 L, 61-52 W, 91-50 L, 61-51 L, 53-50 W, 70-49 L, 56-53 W, 70-53 L, 58-44 W, 83-80 (2OT) W, 60-30 L, 65-60 L, 76-61 W, 75-64 W, 73-49 W, 72-44 W, 62-57 L, 49-38 W, 38-34 L, 53-35

*Freed-Hardeman LionBackers Classic **SSAC Tournament

2010-11 vs. Selma at Talladega at Lee vs. Shorter vs. Emmanuel at Southern Poly at Brewton-Parker vs. Martin Methodist vs. Talladega vs. Freed-Hardeman vs. Truett-McConnell vs. Lee at Martin Methodist at New Orleans at Emmanuel vs. Southern Poly vs. Belhaven at Spring Hill at Mobile vs. William Carey vs. New Orleans vs. Loyola New Orleans at Faulkner at Belhaven vs. Spring Hill vs. Mobile at William Carey at Loyola New Orleans vs. Brenau vs. Faulkner

14-16 W, 81-69 W, 81-53 L, 90-69 L, 76-70 W, 65-58 L, 96-71 W, 77-69 L, 80-77 W, 57-50 L, 73-56 W, 59-39 L, 84-48 L, 91-77 W, 60-50 W, 43-42 L, 62-55 (OT) W, 72-63 L, 57-51 L, 65-58 L, 55-54 L, 64-58 W, 66-63 L, 55-51 L, 68-46 W, 52-49 L, 66-63 W, 63-58 (OT) W, 51-50 W, 55-47 L, 58-54


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AUM RECORD BOOK

AUM Single Game Record Book Individual Game Highs

Team Game Highs

Points: .....................48, Samantha Tomlinson, vs. Concordia, 10/31/95 FG Made: .................20, Samantha Tomlinson, vs. Concordia, 10/31/95 FG Attempted:.................... 32, Helen Davis, vs. West Florida, 1/20/94 FG Percentage: ............................................................................... ..................... 1.000 (13-13), Justyne Stanioch, vs. Spring Hill, 11/22/94 3-Point FG Made: .......... 8, Joanna Cuprys, vs. North Georgia, 1/28/95 3-Point FG Attempted: 16, Joanna Cuprys, vs. North Georgia, 1/28/95 FT Made:.........................16, Natasha Pittman, vs. Montevallo, 2/25/93 FT Attempted: ....20, Carla Douglas, vs. Southern Nazarene, 12/9/2000 Free Throw Percentage: ................................................................. ..................1.000, (13-13), Haley McIntyre, vs. Brewton-Parker, 1/12/08 .......................................(12-12), Leigh Swanson, vs. Mobile, 11/24/92 ...............................................Joanna Cuprys, vs. Spring Hill, 11/21/95 Rebounds: .......................23, Jackie Hodnett, vs. Emmanuel, 11/19/96 .................................. Crystal Williams, vs. Edward Waters, 11/11/2000 Assists: ...................................25, LaKenya Knight, vs. Selma, 1/18/96 Blocked Shots: .............15, Samantha Tomlinson, vs. Dillard, 11/27/95 Steals: ........................... 12, Veronica Harris, vs. West Florida, 2/11/89

Points ............................................................ 151 vs. Selma, 1/18/96 Fewest Points Allowed .............................. 16 vs. LaGrange, 1/16/00 Field Goals Made ............................................. 64 vs. Selma, 1/18/96 Field Goals Attempted ............................... 100 vs. Judson, 11/18/86 Field Goal Percentage...................... .571 vs. Brewton-Parker, 2/9/06 Free Throws Made ..................... 38 vs. Oklahoma Christian, 12/30/97 Free Throws Attempted............. 49 vs. Oklahoma Christian, 12/30/97 Rebounds ....................................... 74 vs. Southern Wesleyan, 3/2/00 Assists ............................................................. 47 vs. Selma, 1/18/96 Blocked Shots .............................................20 vs. Emmanuel, 2/3/95 Steals..........................................................30 vs. Concordia, 2/13/96 Largest Margin of Victory ............................. 103 vs. Selma, 1/18/96

Win/Loss Streaks Longest Winning Streak ................................26, 12/10/94 - 3/18/95 Longest Losing Streak .......................................... 6, 1/17/08-2/7/08

AUM Single Season Record Book Scoring Average Name Year Joanna Cuprys 1995-96 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Leigh Swanson 1991-92 Cynthia Alexander 1994-95 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Leigh Swanson 1992-93 Rhonda Coker 1987-88 Justyne Stanioch 1995-96 Joanna Cuprys 1994-95 Leigh Swanson 1990-91

Avg. 26.7 24.7 22.0 21.7 20.9 20.8 20.8 19.6 19.1 18.6

Points Name Year Joanna Cuprys 1995-96 Cynthia Alexander 1994-95 Leigh Swanson 1991-92 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Leigh Swanson 1992-93 Justyne Stanioch 1995-96 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Samantha Tomlinson 1994-95 Joanna Cuprys 1993-94 Rhonda Coker 1987-88

Total 882 737 725 717 688 688 669 568 554 542

Rebounding Name Year Crystal Williams 1999-00 Cynthia Alexander 1994-95 Crystal Williams 1998-99 Crystal Williams 2000-01 Cynthia Alexander 1993-94 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Crystal Williams 1997-98 Leslie Beverly 1992-93 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Natasha Pittman 1993-94

Total 411 406 395 373 360 344 329 311 310 285

Assists Year 1995-96 1986-87 1994-95 1993-94 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1988-89 1987-88 1988-89 2003-04

Total 305 277 273 238 177 168 158 148 137 136 136

Name LaKenya Knight Tracey Tipton LaKenya Knight Pam Holloway Toni Nicely Jama Herbert Jama Herbert Veronica Harris Tracey Tipton Paula Brost Tiffany Frederick Joanna Cuprys

LaKenya Knight

Name Natasha Pittman Veronica Harris LaKenya Knight LaKenya Knight Cynthia Alexander Crystal Williams Crystal Williams Leslie Beverly Cynthia Alexander Justyne Stanioch

Steals Year 1992-93 1988-89 1994-95 1995-96 1993-94 1999-00 2000-01 1992-93 1994-95 1995-96

Total 123 123 111 109 109 98 98 97 94 92

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AUM Single Season Record Book Blocked Shots Name Year Samantha Tomlinson 1994-95 Cassie Moore 2009-10 Cassie Moore 2008-09 Eszter Abraham 1991-92 Matisha Brown 1988-89 Samantha Tomlinson 1995-96 Felicia Pharr 1986-87 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Joanna Cuprys 1993-94 Natasha Pittman 1993-94

Total 203 107 93 63 56 54 48 40 35 33

Field Goals Made Name Year Joanna Cuprys 1995-96 Cynthia Alexander 1994-95 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Justyne Stanioch 1995-96 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Justyne Stanioch 1994-95 Leigh Swanson 1991-92 Rhonda Coker 1987-88 Crystal Williams 2000-01 Leslie Beverly 1992-93

Total 323 310 293 282 270 224 224 223 222 221

Field Goal Percentage Name Year Justyne Stanioch 1994-95 Cynthia Alexander 1994-95 Cassie Moore 2008-09 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Cynthia Alexander 1993-94 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Justyne Stanioch 1995-96 Kelli Roberts 2000-01 Leslie Beverly 1992-93 Amanda Tolbert 2003-04

Pct. .675 .646 .596 .572 .571 .570 .570 .569 .564 .559

AUM Team Season Highs Points ................................ 3,322, Fewest Points Allowed ..... 1,695, Field Goals Made............... 1,302, Field Goals Attempted ...... 2,823, Field Goal Percentage ....... .508, Free Throws Made ............... 564, Free Throws Attempted ...... 858, Rebounds .......................... 1,811, Assists .................................. 858, Blocked Shots ...................... 318, Steals ................................... 536,

Samantha Tomlinson

3-Point Field Goals Made Name Year Total Leigh Swanson 1992-92 102 Samantha Tomlinson 1994-95 97 Leigh Swanson 1992-93 93 Carlie Ainsworth 2009-10 87 Joanna Cuprys 1993-94 83 Carlie Ainsworth 2008-09 81 Deaundra Johnson 2000-01 69 Brittany Moore 2006-07 64 Katie Barnett 1999-00 58 Leigh Swanson 1990-01 57 Brittany Moore 2005-06 57

1993-94 2009-10 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 1993-94 1994-95 1992-93

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Name Year Total Marla Kemp 1995-96 .542 Leigh Swanson 1990-91 .432 Carla Douglas 2000-01 .429 Leigh Swanson 1991-92 .427 Joanna Cuprys 1994-95 .408 Tiffany Frederick 2002-03 .400 Carlie Ainsworth 2008-09 .400 Crystal Smith 2002-03 .388 Natalie Nelson 2005-06 .388 Joanna Cuprys 1995-96 .387 Free Throws Made Name Year Leigh Swanson 1991-92 Leigh Swanson 1992-93 Joanna Cuprys 1995-96 Crystal Williams 1999-00 Natasha Pittman 1992-93 Lisa Samples 1986-87 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Cynthia Alexander 1994-95 Cindy Black 1989-90 Justyne Stanioch 1995-96

Total 175 157 144 136 129 124 120 117 115 114

AUM Career Record Book Points Years 1989-93 1997-01 1997-01 1993-96 2001-05 1991-94 1996-00 1993-95 1994-96 2004-08

Total 2,336 1,913 1,873 1,759 1,456 1,221 1,173 1,143 1,159 1,124

Scoring Average Name Years Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 Leigh Swanson 1989-93 Rhonda Coker 1986-88 Samantha Tomlinson 1994-96

Avg. 24.7 20.2 19.6 18.4 17.5

Name Leigh Swanson Crystal Williams Carla Douglas Joanna Cuprys Monica Diamond Karen Duncan Katie Barnett Cynthia Alexander Justyne Stanioch Brittany Moore

Leigh Swanson

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Matisha Brown Justyne Stanioch Cynthia Alexander Lisa Samples Lesley Beverly

1988-89 1994-96 1993-95 1986-88 1991-93

17.4 17.0 16.5 16.5 16.2

Rebounding Name Years Crystal Williams 1997-01 Carla Douglas 1997-01 Monica Diamond 2001-05 Cynthia Alexander 1993-95 Melanie Gess 2006-10 Justyne Stanioch 1994-96 Natasha Pittman 1992-94 Leigh Swanson 1989-93 Amanda Tolbert 2000-04 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96

Total 1,508 1,042 797 766 665 640 595 580 551 549


Warhawks Basketball

AUM RECORD BOOK

Rebounding Average Name Years Avg. Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 11.9 Natasha Pittman 1992-94 11.6 Crystal Williams 1997-01 10.7 Cynthia Alexander 1993-95 10.6 Leslie Beverly 1991-93 9.3 Barbara Appling 1990-92 9.2 Rhonda Coker 1986-88 8.5 Lisa Samples 1986-88 8.2 Cassie Moore 2008-10 7.9 Matisha Brown 1988-89 7.8

Samantha Tomlinson Tiffany Frederick Haley McIntyre Carlie Ainsworth Katie Barnett Crystal Smith Brittany Moore Karen Duncan

Free Throws Made Name Year Leigh Swanson 1989-93 Crystal Williams 1997-01 Carla Douglas 1997-01 Haley McIntyre 2005-11 Monica Diamond 2001-05 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 Toni Nicely 1990-94 Katie Barnett 1996-00 Jessica Weathers 2001-05 Natasha Pittman 1992-94

Carlie Ainsworth Felicia Pharr Matisha Brown Carla Douglas Justyne Stanioch Lesley Beverly

Melanie Gess

Name LaKenya Knight Pam Holloway Jama Herbert Katie Barnett Tracey Tipton Toni Nicely Brittany Moore Freeah Smith Karen Duncan Jessica Weathers

Assists Years 1994-96 1990-94 1989-93 1996-00 1986-88 1990-94 2004-08 1996-00 1991-94 2001-05

Total 578 500 455 423 422 404 383 351 314 311

Name Crystal Williams Veronica Harris Karen Duncan Carla Douglas Brittany Moore Jama Herbert LaKenya Knight Natasha Pittman Leigh Swanson Cynthia Alexander

Steals Year 1997-01 1986-90 1991-94 1997-01 2004-08 1989-93 1994-96 1992-94 1989-93 1993-95

Total 337 255 243 241 229 226 220 211 207 203

Blocked Shots Name Years Samantha Tomlinson 1994-96 Cassie Moore 2008-10 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 Natasha Pittman 1992-94 Eszter Abraham 1991-92

Total 257 200 88 73 63

1986-90 1988-89 1997-01 1994-96 1991-93

Field Goals Made Name Years Carla Douglas 1997-01 Crystal Williams 1997-01 Leigh Swanson 1989-93 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 Monica Diamond 2001-05 Justyne Stanioch 1994-96 Cynthia Alexander 1993-95 Karen Duncan 1991-94 Natasha Pittman 1992-94 Rhonda Coker 1986-88 Field Goal Percentage Name Year Justyne Stanioch 1994-96 Cynthia Alexander 1993-95 Cassie Moore 2008-10 Natasha Pittman 1992-94 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 Lesley Beverly 1991-93 Jackie Hodnett 1996-97 Jackie Tate 2002-03 Cindy Black 1988-90 Lisa Samples 1986-88 Eszter Abraham 1991-92

1994-95 2002-04 2005-11 2007-11 1996-00 2002-04 2004-08 1991-94

59 56 54 49 42

Total 767 754 695 687 566 506 495 492 483 432

Pct. .616 .616 .569 .547 .545 .541 .512 .512 .507 .501 .497

.373 .357 .344 .342 .342 .335 .330 .330

Total 527 405 327 323 281 278 273 260 240 231

Free Throw Percentage Name Year Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 Leigh Swanson 1989-93 Haley McIntyre 2005-11 LaKeisha Parrish 1999-00 Matisha Brown 1988-89 Lisa Samples 1986-88 Jackie Tate 2002-03 Patti Ford 1989-91 Katie Barnett 1996-00 Rhonda Coker 1986-88 Games Played Name Year Crystal Williams 1997-01 Carla Douglas 1997-01 Katie Barnett 1996-00 Nefraterri Rostick 1998-03 Monica Diamond 2001-05 Freeah Smith 1996-00 Jama Herbert 1989-93 Magan Merritt 1999-03 Brittany Moore 2004-08 Jessica Weathers 2001-05 Pam Holloway 1990-94 Toni Nicely 1990-94

Pct. .858 .830 .794 .792 .770 .769 .765 .762 .758 .750

Total 141 139 137 130 130 130 125 125 124 124 124 122

3-Point Field Goals Made Name Year Total Leigh Swanson 1989-93 281 Carlie Ainsworth 2007-11 238 Brittany Moore 2004-08 205 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 187 Katie Barnett 1996-00 183 Jessica Weathers 2001-05 149 Deaundra Johnson 1997-01 142 Samantha Tomlinson 1994-96 115 Haley McIntyre 2005-11 106 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Name Year Total Leigh Swanson 1989-93 .387 Joanna Cuprys 1993-96 .385

Carla Douglas

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1,000 POINT CLUB

1. Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 Totals

2. Year 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Totals

3. Year 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Totals

4.

Leigh Swanson

2,336

Guard, 5-10, Lawrenceville, Ga. FG 159 162 224 150 695

FGA 333 352 528 527 1800

Pct. .405 .460 .424 .285 .386

3FG 29 57 102 93 281

3FGA 94 132 239 263 728

Pct. .309 .432 .427 .354 .386

FT 110 95 175 157 537

FTA 139 110 204 182 635

Pct. .791 .864 .858 .863 .846

Crystal Williams FGA 396 442 405 476 1719

Pct. .341 .446 .494 .466 .439

3FG 0 0 0 0 0

3FGA 2 7 2 0 11

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FT 86 92 136 91 432

FTA 146 137 191 157 631

Pct. .589 .672 .712 .580 .685

Carla Douglas FGA 309 434 412 386 1541

Pct. .528 .431 .522 .523 .498

Points 356 486 536 535 1,913

Avg. 10.5 13.5 14.5 14.1 13.2

1,873

Center, 6-1, Eufaula, Ala. FG 163 187 215 202 767

Avg. 16.3 18.6 22.0 17.8 19.6

1,913

Forward, 5-10, Milledgeville, Ga. FG 135 197 200 222 754

Points 457 465 726 588 2,336

3FG 0 9 0 3 12

3FGA 5 29 7 7 48

Pct. .000 .310 .000 .429 .250

FT 58 86 69 114 327

FTA 90 127 110 162 489

Pct. .644 .677 .627 .704 .669

Joanna Cuprys

Points 384 469 499 521 1,873

Avg. 11.3 13.0 14.3 15.3 13.5

1,759

Forward, 6-3, Wroclaw, Poland Year 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 Totals

5.

FG 199 165 283 647

FGA 445 299 517 1261

Pct. .447 .552 .547 .513

3FG 83 49 55 187

3FGA 224 120 142 486

Pct. .371 .408 .387 .385

FT 73 61 144 278

FTA 93 68 163 324

Pct. .785 .897 .883 .858

Monica Diamond

Points 554 440 765 1,759

Avg. 15.0 19.1 26.4 19.8

1,473

Guard, 5-7, Lithonia, Ga.

Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

FG 126 133 144

FGA 348 352 368

Pct. .362 .378 .391

3FG 5 3 27

3FGA 34 35 77

Pct. .147 .086 .351

FT 58 76 59

FTA 75 117 76

Pct. .773 .650 .776

Points 315 345 374

2004-05 Totals

163 566

411 1479

.397 .383

25 60

80 226

.313 .265

88 281

112 380

.786 .739

439 14.6 1,473 11.3

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Karen Duncan

1,221

Guard, 5-8, Gainesville, Ga. Year 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 Totals

7.

FG 144 159 189 492

FGA 293 375 421 1089

Pct. .491 .424 .449 .452

3FG 14 27 55 96

3FGA 47 88 156 291

Pct. .297 .306 .353 .330

FT 44 52 54 150

FTA 67 75 75 217

Pct. .657 .693 .720 .691

Cynthia Alexander

Points 337 397 487 1,221

Avg. 10.2 12.0 12.8 11.7

1,174

Center, 6-2, Hope Hull, Ala. Year

FG

FGA

Pct.

3FG

3FGA Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

Points Avg.

1993-94

185

324

.571

0

0

.000

67

112

.598

437

11.8

1994-95

310

480

.646

0

0

.000

117

182

.643

737

21.7

Totals

495

804

.616

0

0

.000

184

294

.626

1,174 16.1

8. Year 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 Totals

9.

Katie Barnett

1,173

Guard, 5-7, Prattville, Ala. FG 70 91 120 84 365

FGA 229 270 308 248 1055

Pct. .306 .337 .390 .339 .346

3FG 31 42 52 58 183

3FGA 108 128 138 161 535

Pct. .287 .328 .377 .360 .342

FT 42 78 97 43 260

FTA 64 91 121 67 343

Pct. .656 .857 .802 .642 .758

Justyne Stanioch

Points 213 302 389 269 1,173

Avg. 7.1 8.9 10.8 7.3 8.6

1,159

Center, 6-1, Wroclaw, Poland Year

FG

FGA

Pct.

3FG

3FGA Pct.

FT

FTA

Pct.

Points Avg.

1994-95

224

332

.675

1

4

.250

86

132

.652

535

14.5

1995-96

255

447

.570

0

2

.000

114

167

.683

624

20.1

Totals

479

779

.615

1

6

.167

200

299

.669

1,159 17.0

10. Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Totals

Brittany Moore

1,124

Guard, 5-5, Cartersville, Ga. FG 73 92 104 101 370

FGA 212 269 284 311 1,046

Pct. .344 .342 .366 .325 .354

3FG 31 57 64 53 205

3FGA 92 171 178 181 622

Pct. .337 .333 .360 .293 .330

FT 44 44 35 56 179

FTA 58 59 53 81 251

Pct. .759 .746 .673 .691 .713

Points 221 285 307 311 1,124

Avg. 7.4 9.5 9.0 10.4 9.6

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11. Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

12. Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

13. Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Totals

14.

Haley McIntyre

1,109

Forward, 5-11, Selma, Ala. FG FGA 84 240 DNP - Injured 113 266 47 135 DNP - Injured 96 219 340 860

Pct. .350

3FG 24

3FGA 89

Pct. .270

FT 101

FTA 133

Pct. .759

Points Avg. 293 9.8

.425 .348

51 8

118 40

.432 .200

92 50

119 56

.773 .893

369 152

12.7 5.2

.438 .395

23 106

61 308

.377 .344

80 323

99 407

.808 .794

295 1,109

9.8 9.4

Carlie Ainsworth

1,106

Guard, 5-6, Montgomery, Ala. FG 32 116 119 108 375

FGA 99 307 343 348 1,097

Pct. .323 .378 .347 .310 .340

3FG 15 81 87 55 238

3FGA 53 230 230 209 695

Pct. .283 .399 .378 .263 .330

FT 16 16 31 55 118

FTA 21 28 43 68 160

Pct. .762 .571 .721 .809 .716

Jessica Weather FGA 232 219 179 274 904

Pct. .366 .374 .430 .405 .404

Avg. 10.6 11.9 11.3 10.9 11.2

1,096

Guard, 5-6, Red Level, Ala. FG 85 92 77 111 365

Points 95 329 356 326 1,106

3FG 38 40 25 46 149

3FGA 123 112 77 144 456

Pct. .309 .357 .325 .319 .327

FT 65 47 56 69 237

FTA 91 69 80 93 333

Pct. .714 .681 .700 .742 .712

Rhonda Coker

Points 273 251 235 337 1,096

Avg. 9.8 7.4 7.3 11.6 8.9

1,050

Forward, 5-10, Dawsonville, Ga. Year 1986-87 1987-88 Totals

32

FG 209 223 432

FGA 440 468 904

Pct. .475 .476 .476

3FG -4 4

3FGA 13 13

Pct. .308 .308

FT 90 96 186

FTA 124 124 248

Pct. .726 .774 .750

Points 508 542 1,050

Avg. 16.4 20.8 18.4


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INDIVIDUAL HONORS

NAIA District 27 (1986-93) Player

Year

Min-Avg.

FG

Att. Pct.

FT

Att. Pct. Reb. Avg. PF Ast.

TO Blk. St.

Pts.

Avg.

Lisa Samples

1987

744-28.6

166

333

.498

3FG Att. Pct. 16

49

.327

89

132

.674

186

7.2

83

33

46

4

35

425

16.3

Rhonda Coker

1988

790-30.4

223

468

.476

0

1

.000

96

124

.774

207

8.0

59

33

64

0

50

542

20.8

Lori Prescott

1988

801-30.8

160

353

.453

16

49

.327

61

83

.735

162

6.2

69

37

43

1

33

391

15.0

Lisa Samples

1988

794-30.5

166

333

.453

4

13

.308

89

132

.674

186

7.2

83

33

46

4

35

425

16.3

Matisha Brown

1989

789-27.2

208

398

.523

1

1

1.000

87

113

.770

226

7.8

86

19

48

56

22

504

17.4

Felicia Pharr

1989

360-30.0

72

142

.507

0

0

.000

54

65

.831

81

6.8

37

4

32

10

11

198

16.5

Leigh Swanson

1990

588-21.0

159

333

.405

29

94

.309

110

139

.791

151

5.4

94

69

105

2

40

457

16.3

Barbara Appling

1991

823-26.5

168

341

.493

0

0

.000

97

162

.599

285

9.2

112

8

68

9

59

433

14.0

Patti Ford

1991

921-28.8

96

240

.400

0

1

.000

37

48

.771

89

2.8

59

79

88

4

67

229

7.2

Leigh Swanson

1991

850-34.0

162

352

.460

57

132

.432

85

110

.773

131

5.2

75

38

59

3

40

466

18.6

Mary Brown

1992

719-21.8

145

305

.475

0

0

.000

51

75

.680

153

4.6

76

15

59

3

28

341

10.3

Leigh Swanson

1992

1096-33.2

224

528

.424

102

239

.427

175

204

.858

166

5.0

88

99

117

8

59

725

22.0

Leslie Beverly

1993

974-29.5

221

392

.564

1

7

.143

71

130

.546

311

9.4

98

81

64

32

97

514

15.6 12.1

Karen Duncan

1993

990-30.0

159

375

.424

38

117

.325

43

58

.741

124

3.8

91

102

61

1

84

399

Natasha Pittman

1993

989-30.2

270

474

.570

0

0

.000

129

182

.709

310

9.7

95

52

76

40

123

310

9.7

Leigh Swanson

1993

1145-34.7

219

527

.416

93

262

.355

157

182

.827

132

4.0

88

87

97

17

68

688

20.8

NAIA Southeast/Mid-South Region (1994-99) Player

Year

Min-Avg.

FG

Att. Pct.

FT

Att. Pct. Reb. Avg. PF Ast.

TO Blk. St.

Pts.

Avg.

Cynthia Alexander

1994

836-22.6

185

324

.571

3FG Att. Pct. 0

0

.000

67

112

.598

360

9.7

70

60

68

9

109

437

11.8

Joanna Cuprys

1994

740-20.0

199

445

.447

83

224

.371

73

93

.785

189

5.1

96

40

56

35

53

554

15.0

Karen Duncan

1994

973-25.6

189

421

.449

55

156

.353

54

75

.720

133

3.5

78

109

70

4

77

487

12.8

Natasha Pittman

1994

958-26.6

213

409

.521

1

3

.333

102

138

.739

285

7.9

86

56

52

33

88

529

14.7

Cynthia Alexander

1995

902-26.5

310

480

.646

0

0

.000

117

182

.643

406

11.9

80

51

98

21

94

737

21.7 19.1

Joanna Cuprys

1995

713-31.0

165

299

.552

49

120

.408

61

68

.897

134

5.8

65

54

59

20

42

440

Justyne Stanioch

1995

977-26.4

224

332

.675

1

4

.250

86

132

.652

226

6.1

126

57

75

30

78

535

14.5

Sam Tomlinson

1995

896-25.6

212

471

.450

97

257

.377

47

73

.644

206

5.9

95

61

87

203

40

568

16.2

Joanna Cuprys

1996

774-26.7

283

517

.547

55

142

.387

144

163

.883

226

7.8

92

71

75

33

61

765

26.4

Justyne Stanioch

1996

902-29.1

255

447

.570

0

2

.000

114

167

.683

283

9.1

106

74

93

19

92

624

20.1

LeKenya Knight

1996

1126-35.2

105

302

.348

18

70

.257

43

72

.597

194

6.1

52

305

196

22

109

271

8.5

Jackie Hodnett

1997

734-25.3

293

512

.572

11

30

.367

120

170

.706

344

11.9

75

15

85

18

65

717

24.7

Katie Barnett

1997

888-29.6

70

229

.306

31

108

.287

42

64

.656

108

3.6

64

108

128

6

31

213

7.1

Crystal Davidson

1997

819-27.3

113

260

.435

0

1

.000

65

87

.747

197

6.6

98

54

67

12

35

291

9.7

Katie Barnett

1998

1148-33.8

91

270

.337

42

128

.328

78

91

.857

150

4.4

55

95

100

7

57

302

8.9

Carla Douglas

1998

965-28.4

163

309

.528

0

5

.000

58

90

.644

258

7.6

82

19

72

6

39

384

11.3

Crystal Williams

1998

1005-29.6

135

396

.341

0

2

.000

86

146

.589

329

9.7

71

21

98

2

62

356

10.5

Katie Barnett

1999

1179-32.8

120

208

.390

52

138

.377

97

121

.802

128

3.6

74

110

72

2

37

389

10.8

Carla Douglas

1999

1173-32.6

187

434

.431

9

29

.310

86

127

.677

283

7.9

103

32

75

5

72

469

13.0

Crystal Williams

1999

1181-32.8

197

442

.446

0

7

.000

92

137

.672

395

11.0

91

32

91

4

79

486

13.5

Katie Barnett

Justyne Stanioch

Crystal Williams

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS

NAIA All-Americans (1986-present) Player Lisa Samples Rhonda Coker Leigh Swanson Leigh Swanson Leigh Swanson Leigh Swanson Cynthia Alexander Sam Tomlinson Joanna Cuprys Justyne Stanioch Jackie Hodnett Carla Douglas Crystal Williams Carla Douglas Crystal Williams Carla Douglas Crystal Williams Jackie Tate Monica Diamond Monica Diamond Natalie Nelson Cassie Moore Cassie Moore

Year 1987 1988 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009

Min-Avg 744-28.6 790-30.4 588-21.0 850-34.0 1096-33.2 1145-34.7 902-26.5 896-25.6 774-26.7 902-29.1 734-25.3 1173-32.6 1181-32.8 997-28.5 1184-32.0 929-27.3 1211-31.9 765-24.7 1193-36.1 1129-37.6 975-30.5 657-28.6 758-26.2

FG 166 223 159 162 224 219 310 212 283 255 293 187 197 215 200 202 222 129 144 163 146 146 139

FGA 333 468 333 352 528 527 480 471 517 447 512 434 442 412 405 386 476 252 368 411 359 245 256

Pct. 3FG A .498 16 49 .476 0 1 .405 29 94 .460 57 132 .424 102 239 .416 93 262 .646 0 0 .450 97 257 .547 55 142 .570 0 2 .572 11 30 .431 9 29 .446 0 7 .522 0 7 .494 0 2 .523 3 7 .466 0 0 .512 16 48 .391 27 77 .397 25 80 .407 45 121 .596 2 5 .543 3 7

Pct. .327 .000 .309 .432 .427 .355 .000 .377 .387 .000 .367 .310 .000 .000 .000 .429 .000 .333 .351 .313 .372 .400 .429

FT 89 96 110 85 175 157 117 47 144 114 120 86 92 69 136 114 91 62 59 88 61 75 104

A 132 124 139 110 204 182 182 73 163 167 170 127 137 110 191 162 157 81 76 112 86 108 138

Pct. Reb. Avg. PF .674 186 7.2 83 .774 207 8.0 59 .791 154 5.4 94 .773 131 5.2 75 .858 166 5.0 88 .827 132 4.0 88 .643 406 11.9 80 .644 206 5.9 95 .883 226 7.8 92 .683 283 9.1 106 .706 344 11.9 75 .677 283 7.9 103 .672 395 11.0 91 .627 276 7.9 117 .712 411 11.1 79 .704 225 6.6 90 .580 373 9.8 86 .765 179 5.8 68 .776 192 5.8 65 .786 188 6.3 49 .709 170 5.3 76 .694 188 8.2 53 .754 221 7.6 87

A 33 33 69 38 99 87 51 61 71 74 15 32 32 23 35 16 21 47 98 80 82 38 24

TO 46 64 105 59 117 97 98 87 75 93 85 75 91 66 75 50 72 45 64 67 78 73 85

Blk 4 0 2 3 8 17 21 203 33 19 18 7 4 18 6 25 3 29 7 2 13 93 107

St 35 50 40 40 59 68 94 40 61 92 65 72 79 73 98 57 98 49 37 33 49 23 27

Pts. 425 542 457 466 725 688 737 568 765 624 717 469 486 499 536 521 535 336 374 439 398 369 385

Avg. 16.3 20.8 16.3 18.6 22.0 20.8 21.7 16.2 26.4 20.1 24.7 13.0 13.5 14.3 14.5 15.3 14.1 10.8 11.3 14.6 12.4 16.0 13.3

Georgia-Alabama-Carolina / Southern States Athletic Conference (1999-00 - present) 1999-00 Carla Douglas Crystal Williams 2000-01 Carla Douglas Crystal Williams 2001-02 Monica Diamond Chanda Haley Jessica Weathers

Monica Diamond

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2002-03 Monica Diamond Crystal Smith Jackie Tate

2005-06 Natalie Nelson 2006-07 Christina Garner Natalie Nelson

2003-04 Freda Cherry Monica Diamond

2008-09 Carlie Ainsworth Cassie Moore 2009-10 Carlie Ainsworth Cassie Moore

2007-08 Haley McIntyre Brittany Moore Cassie Moore

2004-05 Monica Diamond

Haley McIntyre

Natalie Nelson


Warhawks Basketball

2011-12 GAME DAY STAFF

2011-12 AUM Cheerleading Squad and Game Day Staff

Abreia Bulger Sophomore Verbena, Ala. Biology/Pre-Med

Briana Morgan Junior Montgomery, Ala. Business Management

Shelby Payne Junior Skipperville, Ala. Speech Pathology

Breanna Relf Sophomore Montgomery, Ala. Mass Communications

Armeshia Riley Freshman Atmore, Ala. Criminal Justice

Samantha Rose Freshman Billingsley, Ala. Secondary Education

Janelle Shines Junior Montgomery, Ala. Physical Education

Joel Hughes Cheerleading Head Coach

Amanda Brasington Cheerleading Assistant Coach

Bob Bostic Public Address Announcer

Dr. Brad Moody Official Scorekeeper

Kyle Sampsell Head Athletic Trainer

Laurel Smoak Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Frank Williams University Photographer

Trent Wilson Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

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Warhawks Basketball were occupied in the fall of 1971. A broad-based academic institution, AUM is organized into five schools: Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Sciences, while the Air University Graduate Program and Division of Continuing Education offer additional educational opportunities. In 1973 AUM was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools as an operationally separate institution. In 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008, accreditation was reaffirmed by the Southern Association.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Auburn University at Montgomery is governed by the Auburn University Board of Trustees, which include: Governor Robert Bentley President of Board Robert E. Lowder District 2 James W. Rane District 3 Virginia N. Thompson District 3 - Lee County Dwight L. Carlisle District 4 Gaines Lanier District 5 Sarah B. Newton District 7 John G. Blackwell District 8 Byron P. Franklin District 9 Samuel L. Ginn At-Large Raymond J. Harbert At-Large, President Pro Tempore Charles D. McCrary At-Large HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY Auburn University at Montgomery was established in 1967 by Act 403 of the Alabama Legislature. This action resulted from the request of the citizens of the Montgomery area to establish an additional degree-granting institution to serve Montgomery and the surrounding counties. The first classes were offered in September 1969. A 500-acre tract on the east side of Montgomery was purchased for the site of the new campus. Two architectural firms developed the master plan for the new campus and designed the original buildings, which

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THIS IS AUM

BIG CAMPUS BENEFITS WITH A SMALL CAMPUS FEEL With programs of study in more than 90 areas, Auburn Montgomery’s courses run the gamut from accounting to sociology. We have sororities and fraternities for those who want to go Greek and numerous active clubs and organizations. Plus, your destination is never more than a five-minute walk on campus. FOUR-DAY WEEKS At Auburn Montgomery, many students take classes just four days a week – Monday through Thursday – making it easier for them to work, get home on the weekends or even travel. But students also find AUM can accommodate just about any schedule since classes are offered days, nights, weekends and online. We even offer a growing number of mini-term classes, allowing students to progress more rapidly. CUTTING-EDGE PROGRAMS Auburn Montgomery’s Storage Area Network Center of Excellence teaches information technology students to manage networks that store vast quantities of digital data. One of only six such centers in the country, it has been extremely successful in placing graduates in rewarding high-tech jobs with companies like Unisys. ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE Warhawks’ athletic teams have a championship reputation in NAIA Division I and Southern States Athletic Conferences sports. Our men’s tennis team is the reigning national champion, while women’s tennis, men’s soccer, and men’s and women’s basketball have put forth standout performances in the past as well.

THE NEW WELLNESS CENTER The 73,500-square-foot Wellness Center will be a facility that will give students more options for recreation, more space for club meetings, and a place for them to hang out when they are not in class. The center will house several wellness and fitness amenities, including: a pool, healthy snack bar, weight room, aerobics room, running track, basketball courts and a rock climbing wall. The center is funded largely through the student activities fee. Additional funds for building and operating the center will be provided by the university, private donations, and memberships sold to AUM employees and alumni. Construction began February 2011, and the Wellness Center is slated to open Fall 2012.

RECOGNIZED EXCELLENCE Auburn Montgomery is the consistent top choice of readers of the Montgomery Advertiser, who have named AUM the best local college for the past several years. Our School of Business ranks among the top 5 percent in the world and is ranked a “Best Business School” by The Princeton Review.

SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI Among Auburn Montgomery’s more than 30,000 alumni, you’ll find Gen. Henry Hugh Shelton ’73, retired chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Hugh Harris ’74, retired president of Fidelity Information Services; Lynn Clardy Bright ’75, former district judge; General Michael E. Ryan ’76, former chief of staff, U.S. Air Force; Tom Clement ’77, president of Clement Contracting Group; Carl Whatley ’83, retired CEO of KOWA Pharmaceuticals America; Tracy McCooey ’87, Montgomery County Circuit Judge; Rep. Jay Love ’90, state legislator; and Yung Kincer ’03 and ’06, Montgomery County 2009 Teacher of the Year – just to name a few.

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CHANCELLOR DR. JOHN G. VERES III

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Dr. John G. Veres III Chancellor Auburn University at Montgomery, 1976 Auburn Montgomery Chancellor John G. Veres III is no stranger to AUM, having received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology in 1976 and 1978. He has worked for over h 30 years with the university and has been serving as chancellor since May 2006. 3 “I’m proud to be an AUM graduate and the first graduate of AUM to have the opportun nity to serve the university as chancellor,” said Veres. For six years prior to becoming chancellor, Veres was executive director of AUM University Outreach, which conducts applied research and provides consulting services, including economic forecasting, equal employment opportunity and public policy formation. The division’s Center for Advanced Technologies, Center for Business and Economic Development, Center for Demographic Research and Center for Government and Public Affairs manage annually more than $9 million in contracts. Veres received his Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 1983 and has published extensively on human resources management topics, including over 40 articles in scholarly journals, as well as nine book chapters, two edited volumes, numerous technical reports and a book entitled “The Challenge of Front Line Management: Flattened Organizations in the New Economy.” He has consulted in over 80 employment discrimination lawsuits, testifying on assessing adverse impact, selection procedure validity and other issues on equal employment opportunity. He currently serves as special master to Federal District Judge C. Lynwood Smith in the Northern District of Alabama, and has served as the Court’s expert to federal district courts in Arkansas and Georgia. Long involved in community affairs, Veres currently serves on the boards of directors of the Alabama Technology Foundation, the Alabama World Affairs Council, the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce, the Montgomery Area YMCA, the Catholic Housing Authority of Montgomery and the River Region United Way. Veres was also the inaugural recipient of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance’s H. Roe Bartle Presidential Leadership Award, based on his support of nonprofit management education. Veres is married to the former Beth Louise Sullivan. They have three children – Erin, John and Olivia – and two grandchildren, Cole and Lena.

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR STEVE CROTZ

Steve Crotz Athletic Director Missouri, 1979 Steve Crotz is currently in his fourth year as full-time athletic director at Auburn Montgomery, after sserving two stints as the interim athletic director in 2000 and 2007. During his tenure, AUM teams have flourished, programs have been established, and facilities i improved. Student-athletes have also been stalwarts in the community and excelled in the classroom. Under his guidance, eight of AUM’s 10 sports have spent time in their respective NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Polls and teams have won three national championships. In addition, 121 student-athletes C have earned All-Conference, All-Division or All-Freshman team honors, while 47 have garnered All-American honors. AUM has added a softball program, as well as men’s and women’s cross country programs, increasing its number of varsity sports to 10. The cross country team ran its first meet in the Fall of 2011 and will compete in the Southern States Athletic Conference of the NAIA. Crotz has overseen several facility upgrades, including the renovation of the basketball gymnasium to include a section of 304 cushioned, chair-backed seats on the home side of the court, the building of a new state-of-the-art press box at the AUM Softball Complex and the re-surfacing of all 12 tennis courts at the AUM Tennis Complex. Upgrades to the Softball Complex will also include bleacher seating for more than 200 spectators directly behind home plate, restrooms, a concession stand, a press area and increased storage. In the classroom, student-athletes have been equally impressive, as 99 athletes have earned All-Academic honors from the SSAC and 32 have been named NAIA Scholar Athletes. Three AUM student-athletes, women’s basketball standouts Haley McIntyre and Carlie Ainsworth, and men’s basketball’s David Gallagher, have been named the SSAC Honor Student Athlete. Within the community, staff, coaches and student-athletes have logged better than 500 hours of service. Crotz has worked with the AUM administration to expand the athletic department staff to include a head and assistant softball coach and an athletic trainer. He has also spent the past two years serving as the chair of the Board of Athletic Directors within the Southern States Athletic Conference. For his efforts during the 2010-11 academic year, Crotz was selected the SSAC Athletic Director of the Year. Before focusing on administration, Crotz served 12 seasons as the head women’s basketball coach at Auburn Montgomery. Crotz compiled a record of 284-116 while at AUM, winning four regular season conference championships, two conference tournament titles, and advancing to the NAIA National Tournament 10 times. Crotz was a 10-time conference/region coach of the year and was named the Ikon/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association National Coach of the Year following his team’s national runner-up finish for the 1999-00 season. Prior to AUM, Crotz spent five years as athletic director and six years as head women’s basketball coach at Lindenwood University. While at LU, Crotz earned 126 wins and led the Lady Lions to three consecutive NAIA National Tournament appearances. During his six years at the St. Charles, Mo., institution, he was named American Midwest Conference Coach of the Year on four occasions. In October 2009, he was inducted into the Lindenwood Hall of Fame. Crotz also spent nine years at Brentwood High School overseeing the girls’ basketball program and winning 210 games. Five times during that span he led Brentwood to the Missouri State Tournament where they won the state tournament in 1985 and finished as runners-up in 1986 and 1990. For his efforts, Crotz was named the Missouri High School Coach-of-the-Year in 1985. Crotz received his bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Missouri in 1979 and his master’s degree in secondary education from Missouri-St. Louis in 1984. He and his wife, the former Daphne Hozee, reside in Montgomery with their two children, Kelsey and Jacob.

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ATHLETICS STAFF

Media Directory

AUM Athletics Staff Directory

PRINT MEDIA

John Aho

Faculty Athletic Representative

Larry Chapman Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Jordan Crist

Athletic Administration Graduate Assistant

Steve Crotz Director of Athletics

RADIO

Montgomery Advertiser

WMSP-AM 740

Sports Editor: Brad Zimanek

Sports Director: John Longshore

P.O. Box 1000

Studio Host: Barry McKnight

Montgomery, AL 36101-1000

One Commerce Street

Phone: (334) 261-1522

Montgomery, AL 36104

Fax: (334) 261-1548

Phone: (334) 240-9274

www.montgomeryadvertiser.com

Fax: (334) 240-9219 www.sportsradio740.com

Alabama Associated Press

TELEVISION

Sports Editor: John Zenor 201 Monroe Street Montgomery, AL 36104

WAKA-TV 8 (CBS)

Phone: (334) 262-5947

Sports Director: Dee Jackson

Fax: (334) 265-7177

Reporter: Stu McCann

www.al.com/associatedpress/news

3020 East Boulevard Montgomery, AL 36116

Holly Currie

Softball Assistant Coach

Dan Davis

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Michael Gross

Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Head Coach

Joel Hughes Cheerleading Head Coach

The AUMnibus

Phone: 334-420-3226

Auburn University at Montgomery

Fax: 334-244-7859

Montgomery, AL 36124

www.waka.com

Phone: (334) 244-3662 Fax: (334) 244-3762

WSFA-TV 12 (NBC)

http://aumnews.squarespace.com

Sports Director: Jeff Shearer Reporter: Derek Steyer

Wulf Koch Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Marty Lovrich

Baseball Associate Head Coach

Q.V. Lowe Baseball Head Coach

Tim Lutz

Sports Information Director

Montgomery Independent

P.O. Box 25012

Sports Editor: Bret Stanfield

Montgomery, AL 36116

1810 W. 5th Street

Phone: 334-613-8298

Montgomery, AL 36106

Fax: 334-614-8303

Phone: (334)265-7323

www.wsfa.com

Fax: (334) 265-7320

WNCF-TV 32 (ABC) Birmingham News

3251 Harrison Road

Sports Editor: Tom Arenberg

Montgomery, AL 36109

2201 4th Avenue N

Phone: 334-270-3200

Birmingham, AL 35203

Fax: 334-270-2848

Phone: (205) 325-2431

www.wncftv.com

Fax: (205) 325-2425 Serena McCovery Athletics Graduate Assistant

Jamey Newsome Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Samantha Paradise Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Jessie Rosa

Assistant Athletics Director for Finance

www.al.com

SPORTS INFORMATION

Mobile Press Register

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Sports Editor: Randy Kennedy

Tim Lutz

401 North Water Street

Phone: (334) 244-3832

Mobile, AL 36602

E-mail: tlutz1@aum.edu

Phone: (251) 433-1551

www.AUMathletics.com

Fax: (251) 434-8603 www.al.com

SSAC Greg Black Phone: (334) 799-3147

Kyle Sampsell Athletic Training Head Trainer

Laurel Smoak

Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Chris SteinerWilcoxon

Softball Head Coach

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Rolando Vargas Men’s and Women’s Tennis Head Coach

Trent Wilson

Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Jack Waters

Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

E-mail: sid@ssacsports.com Website: www.SSACsports.com


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THE NAIA AND SSAC

The 2011-12 academic year marks the 12th year for Auburn Montgomery athletics competing as a member of the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC). In 2010, the conference announced an expansion and now showcases 15 member institutions located throughout the Southeast, including the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee. Located in Norcross, Ga., the SSAC sponsors 13 intercollegiate sports including men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s golf. The conference is led by Dr. Kurt Patberg, who became the commissioner in March of 2008. The conference staff also features a Sports Information Director, Greg Black; a Director of Marketing and Operation, Jonathan Wojciechowski; a Director of Communications, Heather Kirksey; and an Eligibility Chair, Dr. Richard Cowan. The SSAC was established in 1949 as the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletics Conference with six member schools, including Oglethorpe University, Berry College, Valdosta State University, North Georgia College and State University, Piedmont College and Georgia Southern University. In 1980 the conference was renamed the Georgia Athletic Conference and remained so until 1988, when its expansion into Georgia’s bordering states brought the need to change its name to the GeorgiaAlabama-Carolina Conference (GACC). In 2003, the official name was again changed to the Southern States Athletic Conference. The conference membership has worked for more than 60 years to maintain a level of competition, excellence and quality that appropriately represents its member institutions. Since the conference’s inception and affiliation with the NAIA, 23 SSAC teams and 11 individuals have claimed national titles, while 22 teams have finished national runners-up. Auburn Montgomery has been a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) since 1975. In those 35 years, AUM has claimed 20 national championships and six of the school’s 10 varsity programs have appeared in a national championship game. The NAIA, headquartered in Olathe, Kan., is a national organization with nearly 300 institutional members and over 60,000 student-athletes across the United States and Canada. Throughout its history, the NAIA has provided strong leadership for all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. Since its introduction of the intercollegiate championship of basketball in 1937, the NAIA has maintained its elite standards while administering first-rate athletics programs. The NAIA has continuously affirmed its commitment to equality by becoming the first national organization to offer institutional postseason opportunities to black student-athletes in 1948, to allow institutional membership to historically black institutions in 1953, and on Aug. 1, 1980, to vote in favor of the establishment of athletics programs for women. Today, the NAIA strengthens its commitment to student-athletes and strives to enrich their college experience by supporting academic achievement and character development. The NAIA approaches sport and activity as an opportunity to intentionally teach beyond the fundamentals through the philosophy of the NAIA Champions of Character program. By applying the five core values of respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership and sportsmanship, the NAIA has the ability to maximize talent to the benefit of each individual. In addition, the Champions of Character program monitors each NAIA institution’s commitment to the initiative with its Scorecard, which is divided into character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, character recognition and character promotion. Last year, AUM was one of 220 schools recognized as a Five Star institution after earning 80 points on a 100-point scale, the 42nd-best total in the country.

SSAC Member Institutions Auburn University at Montgomery

Montgomery, Ala.

Brenau University Emmanuel College

Gainesville, Ga. Franklin Springs, Ga.

Lee University University of Mobile Southern Polytechnic State University Spring Hill College William Carey University

Cleveland, Tenn. Mobile, Ala. Marietta, Ga. Mobile, Ala.

Belhaven College Brewton-Parker College

Jackson, Miss. Mt. Vernon, Ga.

Faulkner University

Montgomery, Ala.

Loyola University New Orleans

New Orleans, La.

Shorter University Southern Wesleyan University Truett-McConnell College

Rome, Ga. Central, S.C. Cleveland, Ga.

Hattiesburg, Miss.

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WARHAWKS IN THE COMMUNITY

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Just as important as success on the court and in the classroom, giving back to the community has always been a key philosophy of the Auburn University at Montgomery women’s basketball team. The success on the court is evident. Beginning its 24th year of existence, AUM has made 18 NAIA National Tournament appearances, won 70.7 percent of its games and had 23 All-American selections. In the classroom, the Warhawks consistently finish semesters with a team cumulative grade point average of better than 3.0. During the 2011 spring semester, the women’s basketball team had eight players earn a 3.0 GPA, including three with a perfect 4.0. AUM had six student-athletes named to the 2010-11 Southern States Athletic Conference All-Academic Team. The women’s basketball team has also earned two of the three AUM Honor Student-Athlete awards, sponsored by the SSAC. But the component of the Warhawks’ philosophy that is often overlooked is the way the team gives back. During the past year, the women’s basketball program has participated in a variety of events in the community, benefitting citizens of all ages. One of the most popular events the Warhawks participate in is the annual Make a Difference Day. During the event, players and coaches interact with local youth, reading books and doing various activities with children at the Molina Learning Center in Montgomery. Along with reading to the children, members of the team also help the center’s students pick out books for their own personal library. The team works with AUM professor Dr. Nancy Anderson on the project. Another is the Angels for the Elderly project, through which the team spends time with the elderly most Fridays throughout the year. During a two-hour visit, members of the team enjoy doing activities with members, including reading, playing dominos, making arts and crafts and singing. The team also held a one-day clinic for members of the Prattville YMCA, at which they taught basketball fundamentals and life skills to more than 40 local youth. During the holiday season, the Warhawks were active in the Montgomery Sheriff’s Department’s Christmas for Kids campaign. They also participated in the Martin Luther King Day of Service at the Molina Learning Center, where members of the team made readings of King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech for students and helped clean the grounds of the complex. The team also spent a day reading to students at Blount Elementary School and the First United Methodist Church’s Early Childhood Development Center. Recently, members of the team helped AUM students move into the residence halls and spearheaded AUM’s first blood drive of the year as part of its partnership with the NAIA Leadership Program. The women’s team also sponsored the 12th annual Warhawk Challenge in late September, where 129 runners participated. The event consists of a 5K race and a one-mile fun race, with all proceeds from the event being split between the women’s basketball program and the AUM Wellness Program.

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The six divisions within Auburn Montgomery’s Outreach help companies, public agencies and individuals expand their professional knowledge and prepare for the challenges of the future. Find out how Auburn Montgomery Outreach resources can benefit your organization.

Alabama Training Institute

Center for Demographic Research

v Customized training and education based on specific needs

v Demographic and social research to improve marketing and services

v Management and leadership development to improve overall workforce effectiveness

v Data analysis and research design for socio-economic development and strategic planning to ensure accuracy and prudence

v Organizational development services to increase process efficiency

Center for Advanced Technologies v Information technology strategic management, consulting, mentoring and research

v Expert consultation and publication of demographic and economic impact studies for records and public relations

Center for Government & Public Affairs

v Continuity of business operations to keep your company running in the event of a local crisis or operational emergency

v Research assistance to determine areas of improvement for processes and service

v Business process re-engineering to improve the technological aspect of day-to-day procedures

v Implementation of recommended changes to ensure maximum effectiveness

Center for Business & Economic Development

v Methods of improved training and organizational models

Division of Continuing Education

v Human resource solutions designed to improve performance management

v Workforce education on current computer systems and applications

v Management assistance with key criteria to optimize employee selection

v Concept development and planning for conferences and seminars

v Custom organizational guidelines that increase efficiency and adaptability

v Personal and professional development workshops and classes

Call us at 334-244-3956 or visit us on the web at www.outreach.aum.edu


2011-12 Women's Basketball Media Guide  

Everything you need to know about the 2011-12 Warhawks and the history of the program.

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