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2016-17 University of Chicago Basketball


General Information 2016-17 Schedule Date Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 27 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 * UAA game

Opponent vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps vs. Hanover Carroll (Wis.) at Carthage Wheaton (Ill.) Ohio Wesleyan Eureka at Rose-Hulman at Illinois Wesleyan at Texas-Dallas vs. Hendrix Washington-St. Louis * at Rochester (N.Y.) * at Emory * Brandeis * New York U. * at Case Western Reserve * at Carnegie Mellon * Case Western Reserve * Carnegie Mellon * Rochester (N.Y.) * Emory * at Brandeis * at New York U. * at Washington-St. Louis * |

Table of Contents Site St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Home Kenosha, Wis. Home Home Home Terre Haute, Ind. Bloomington, Ill. Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Home Rochester, N.Y. Atlanta, Ga. Home Home Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Home Home Home Home Waltham, Mass. New York, N.Y. St. Louis, Mo.

Time 5 PM 5 PM 6 PM 2 PM 6 PM 1 PM 5 PM 7:30 PM (ET) 1 PM 4 PM 12 PM 1 PM 6 PM (ET) 2 PM (ET) 6 PM 2 PM 6 PM (ET) 2 PM (ET) 6 PM 1 PM 6 PM 2 PM 6 PM (ET) 2 PM (ET) 1 PM

Home games in bold

Welcome to the Gerald Ratner Athletics Center

General Information 2016-17 Schedule Travel at UChicago Ratner Athletics Center UChicago Traditions Athletics at UChicago The University of Chicago University Athletic Association NCAA Division III

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Coaches & Players Team Roster Coaches Profiles Player Profiles

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2015-16 Review Statistics & Results UAA Standings & Postseason Awards

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History & Records UAA Records Coaching Records Year-by-Year Records Individual & Team Records Career & Season Leaders Ratner Center Records Opponent Series Records Honor Roll NCAA Tournament History UAA Basketball History

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UAA Sportsmanship Code

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Scorer’s Table

Seating at the scorer’s table is reserved for game operations staff, sports information personnel, media and officials.

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Team Roster 2016-17 University of Chicago Maroons # 2 4 10 11 12 13 14 20 22 23 24 30 32 33 34 42

Name Mia Farrell Madison Dunbar Alyssa Clemente Taylor Lake Nireet Dhillon Stephanie Anderson Katrina Williams Olariche Obi Elizabeth Nye Miranda Burt Emily Cochrane Michelle Dobbs Anna Rose Britta Nordstrom Jamie Kockenmeister Rachel West

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

Ht. 5-6 5-5 5-7 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-6 5-9 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-1

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

Hometown (High School) Bolingbrook, Ill. (Joliet Catholic) Allendale, N.J. (Northern Highlands Regional) Kettering, Ohio (Kettering Fairmont) Mars, Pa. (North Allegheny) Schaumburg, Ill. (Conant) St. Louis, Mo. (Whitfield School) Pickerington, Ohio (Pickerington Central) Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Central Magnet) Chicago, Ill. (Mother McAuley) Knoxville, Tenn. (Farragut) Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Montini Catholic) Rochelle, Ill. (Rochelle Township) Frankfort, Ill. (Lincoln-Way East) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Pinnacle) Greenwich, Conn. (Greenwich) Winnetka, Ill. (New Trier)

Head Coach: Carissa Sain Knoche Assistant Coaches: Olivia Lett, Morgan Hughes, Korry Schwanz, B.J. Dieterich

Standing (L-R): Alyssa Clemente, Emily Cochrane, Taylor Lake, Rachel West, Anna Rose, Olariche Obi, Miranda Burt, Nireet Dhillon, Jamie Kockenmeister. Seated (L-R): Mia Farrell, Elizabeth Nye, Michelle Dobbs, Britta Nordstrom, Stephanie Anderson, Madison Dunbar, Katrina Williams.

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Coaching Staff Head Coach Carissa Sain Knoche

Carissa Sain Knoche starts her fifth year as Head Women’s Basketball Coach in 2016-17. She was officially named head coach in April 2013 after finishing her first campaign as the Acting Head Coach at the University of Chicago in 2012-13. She previously served as assistant coach for four seasons. During that time, she has helped guide the Maroons to a 144-64 record overall, three NCAA tournament appearances, and consecutive undefeated University Athletic Association (UAA) titles. She has coached players who have garnered 11 All-American honors (WBCA, D3Hoops, DIII News), the 2012 Jostens Trophy Award winner (Taylor Simpson), and 33 All-UAA players, including two UAA Players of the Year (Taylor Simpson and Morgan Herrick). In 2015-16, UChicago finished with a 16-9 record, and Olariche Obi was named the fourth UAA Rookie of the Year in program history. In 2014-15, the Maroons were UAA champions with a 12-2 conference mark. Sain Knoche and her assistants were named UAA Coaching Staff of the Year. UChicago won 12-straight games during the conference season and finished with an 18-7 overall record. In 2013-14, UChicago set new school records with 201 three-pointers made, 570 three-pointers attempted and a .782 free-throw percentage. Sain Knoche has spent the past 16 years in the UAA. Her first eight years were spent at Carnegie Mellon University as a player (2000-05) and an assistant coach (2005-08). As a player, she was a four-year starter, was a three-time All-UAA selection and finished her career as CMU’s sixthleading all-time scorer with 1,189 points. She also set CMU marks for most 3-point field goals in a career (175) and season (54). Sain Knoche holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Carnegie Mellon and a master’s degree in exercise physiology with a focus on performance enhancement and injury prevention from California University of Pennsylvania. She is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Performance Enhancement Specialist and is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She also graduated from the first Gambetta Athletic Improvement Network (GAIN) Apprentorship in 2008. Sain Knoche serves as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for Athletics & Recreation at UChicago.

Assistant Coach Olivia Lett Olivia Lett begins her first season as a UChicago women’s basketball assistant coach in 2016-17. Lett arrived at the Hyde Park campus from her alma mater Illinois Wesleyan University, where she spent the past three seasons as an assistant women’s basketball coach. She graduated from IWU in 2012 with a degree in mathematics. As a collegiate basketball player, Lett initially competed at NCAA Division I Southern Illinois University before transferring to IWU in the middle of her sophomore season. She proceeded to become one of the top players in school history – Lett ranks No. 2 in free-throw percentage (.829), No. 5 in points (1,354), No. 7 in field goals (474), No. 7 in free throws (271), No. 10 in three-pointers (135) and No. 11 in assists (240). She capped her career by leading the Titans to the 2012 NCAA Division III national title and a 28-5 overall record. Lett averaged 21.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game as a senior, earning First Team All-American and D3Hoops.com “Player of the Year” distinction. She set new IWU single-season records for points (719), field goals (251), free throws (167) and blocks (37). After graduation, Lett played professionally for the Universitario de Ferrol basketball team in Spain.

Assistant Coach Morgan Hughes Morgan Hughes begins her third season with UChicago women’s basketball as an assistant coach in 2016-17. She spent the previous 11 years at Hope College as both a player and a coach. In that time, the Flying Dutch won more than 20 games in 11-consecutive seasons with a 299-29 record, claimed eight Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) titles, competed eight times in the NCAA tournament, made five NCAA Elite Eight appearances and two Final Four appearances, and won the Division III National Championship in 2006. Hughes served as a student assistant coach from 2004-07 and then as an assistant coach from 2007-14. She was also the head jayvee coach from 2010-13, assistant to the athletic directors from 2008 to 2010, and involved in the college’s hosting of the Special Olympics. She graduated from Hope in 2007 with a degree in social studies and a minor in kinesiology.

Assistant Coach Korry Schwanz One of the top backcourt performers in UChicago women’s basketball history, Korry Schwanz returns for her 10th season as an assistant coach in 2016-17. Schwanz has helped the Maroons produce a 166-70 mark with four NCAA postseason appearances and a trio of University Athletic Association titles during her nine-year tenure as an assistant coach. A four-time All-UAA pick from 2003-07, Schwanz finished her career as the third-leading scorer (1,226 points) in UChicago history. In 2006-07, Schwanz was the most accurate free throw shooter in NCAA Division III (93.2 percent). She was inducted into the UChicago Athletics Hall of Fame in October 2014.

Assistant Coach B.J. Dieterich B.J. Dieterich is in his fifth year as an assistant women’s basketball coach on the University of Chicago staff in 2016-17. Dieterich spent the 2010-11 campaign as an assistant coach at NCAA Division II school University of Illinois-Springfield. He holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and sports studies from Eastern Illinois University and a MBA from IlllinoisSpringfield.

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Total

Player Profiles

3-Point

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

2013-14

23-0

392/17.0

31-104

.298

5-40

.125

22-28

.786

21-45

66

2.9

51-1

53

40

7

27

89/3.9

2014-15

23-14

510/22.2

38-90

.422

10-32

.313

39-52

.750

23-81

104

4.5

68-2

46

49

15

48

125/5.4

2015-16

25-20

708/28.3

74-155

.477

8-23

.348

56-71

.789

27-88

115

4.6

77-5

66

69

18

48

212/8.5

TOTAL

71-34

1610/22.7

117-151

.775

71-214

285

4.0 196-8

40 123

426/6.0

Stephanie Anderson #13 143-349 .410 23-95 .242

Pct Off-Def

165 158

Pts/Avg

Guard | 5-10 | Senior St. Louis, Mo. (Whitfield) 2015-16: Honorable Mention All-UAA ... Started 20 out of 25 games played ... Averaged 8.5 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------... Led the team in free-throw percentage (.789) and ranked second on the team in both steals (48) and blocks (18) ... Scored in double digits nine times ... Tallied a career-high 17 Clemente, points to go Alyssa with six assists and four rebounds at Carnegie Mellon ... Posted 15 points, a career-best 11 rebounds, five assists and five steals versus MSOE ... Recorded 16 points versus Brandeis and Emory. Total Mention 3-Point Rebounds 2014-15: Honorable All-UAA ... Started 14 out of 23 games played ... Averaged 5.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and a team-best 2.1 Year

GP-GS

2015-16

17-1

Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct12 points FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO StlandPts/Avg steals per game ...Pct Tallied FG-FGA a season-high with eight rebounds versus Rocheste ... Scored nineBlk points pulled down nine Individual rebounds at Carnegie 148/8.7 10-26 .385Mellon. 6-17 .353 Career 9-11 History .818 (Nov 3-8 02, 2016) 11 0.6 13-0 2 13 0 5 35/2.1

148/8.7 10-26 9-11 .818and 2.3 3-8assists per 11 game 0.6 ...13-0 13 0 145points 35/2.1 2013-14: Played in.385 23 games6-17 with 3.9.353 points, 2.9 rebounds Scored a 2season-high with five assists at NYU ... Tallied seven points, six assists, five rebounds and three steals versus Rockford. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Personal: Majoring in psychology ... UChicago activities: CBL, Delta Gamma ... Played four years of basketball, four years of volleyball and one year of soccer ... As a TOTAL

17-1

Stephanie senior, averaged 21.6 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.8 steals and 2.7 assists perAnderson, game ... McDonald’s All-American nominee (2013) ... All-State selection (2013) ... Scored her 1,500th point in her senior season ... Honor Roll ... Principal’s Award ... Yale Book Award ... Spring Musical. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 3-Point Dunbar, Madison Rebounds Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2013-14

23-0

392/17.0

2014-15 Year 2015-16 2014-15

23-14 GP-GS 25-20 16-0

510/22.2 Min/Avg 708/28.3 73/4.6

31-104 .298 Total 38-90 FG-FGA .422 Pct

TOTAL 2015-16

71-34 24-5

1610/22.7 520/21.7

74-155 4-16 143-349 46-141

.477 .250 .410 .326

TOTAL

40-5

593/14.8

50-157

.318

5-40 .125 3-Point 10-32 FG-FGA .313 Pct 8-23 .348 3-13 .231

22-28 39-52 FT-FTA 56-71 0-2

23-95 22-63

.242 .349

117-151 16-23

25-76

.329

16-25

.786

21-45 Rebounds66 .750 23-81 Pct Off-Def 104 Tot .789 115 .000 27-88 4-5 9 .775 71-214 285 .696 24-43 67

2.9

27

89/3.9

68-2 46 49 15 Stl 48 PF-FO Ast TO Blk 77-5 66 69 18 14-0 7 8 0 48 3 4.0 196-8 165 158 40 2.8 56-1 26 42 3 123 34

125/5.4 Pts/Avg 212/8.5 11/0.7

.640

1.9

141/3.5

28-48

76

51-1

53

40

7

4.5 Avg 4.6 0.6

70-1

33

50

3

37

426/6.0 130/5.4

Britta Nordstrom #33 Forward | 6-0 | Senior -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scottsdale, Ariz. (Pinnacle)

Clemente, Alyssa -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2015-16: Second Team All-UAA ... Played in all 25 games withJamie 20 starts ... Ranked second on the team in scoring (11.6 PPG) to go with Kockenmeister, 4.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.6 steals per game ... Posted the second-highest field-goal percentage (.603) in school history ... Tallied Total 3-Point Rebounds 15 games with at least 10FG-FGA points ... Set a new career high with 24 pointsTot versus Brandeis Recorded 16 points 10 rebounds at Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Avg PF-FO... Ast TO Blk Stl and Pts/Avg Total 3-Point Rebounds Loras ... Tallied 14 points and 10 rebounds versus Lake Forest ... Pacific Northwest All-Tournament Team ... UAA All-Academic Team. 2015-16 17-1 148/8.7 10-26 .385 6-17 .353 9-11 .818 3-8 11 0.6 13-0 2 13 0 5 35/2.1 Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2014-15: Honorable Mention All-UAA.353 ... Played9-11 in 25 games with3-8 eight starts ... Averaged 7.9 points, 4.0 rebounds shooting 52.6 TOTAL 17-1 148/8.7 10-26 .385 6-17 .818 11 2 0 5 while 35/2.1 2015-16 21-13 258/12.3 25-65 .385 7-31 .226 6-8 .750 12-15 27 0.6 1.3 13-0 19-0 5 13 22 1 19 63/3.0 percent from the field ... Scored a season-high 16 points versus Rochester and Wisconsin-Whitewater ... Tallied 15 points and a seasonTOTAL 21-13 258/12.3 25-65 .385 7-31 .226 .750 12-15 27 against 1.3 19-0 5 Mellon 22 ... 1 UAA 19 All-Academic 63/3.0 Team. best nine rebounds versus St. Vincent ... Posted6-8 11 points and eight rebounds ... Carnegie

2013-14: Second Team All-UAA ... Started 15 out of 25 games played with 10.7 points and 3.6 rebounds per game ... Made 84 free throws on the season, which ranks No. 7 in school history ... Shot 54.4 percent from the field on the year and posted 14 games with double-digit -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------points ... Scored a season-high 19 points at Rochester ... Tallied 17 points in a game three times. Dunbar, -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Personal: Law, Letters & Society major ... Lettered in basketball and volleyball ... InMadison senior year, averaged 12.5 points and 6.4 rebounds per game ... Second Team All-State ... All-State Academic Team ... Pinnacle High Defensive Player ofNordstrom, the Year ... Team finished state championship runner-up three times ... National AP Scholar Britta ... National Honor Society ... Spanish Honor Society. Total 3-Point Rebounds Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

2014-15 Year 2015-16 2013-14

16-0 GP-GS 24-5 25-15

73/4.6 Min/Avg 520/21.7 528/21.1

FG-FGA TotalPct 4-16 FG-FGA .250 Pct

FG-FGA Pct 3-Point 3-13 .231 FG-FGA Pct

593/14.8 463/18.5

46-141 87-160 50-157 70-133

.326 .544 .318 .526

22-63 10-27 25-76 3-15

.349 .370 .329 .200

TOTAL 2014-15

40-5 25-8

2015-16 TOTAL

25-20

580/23.2

126-209

.603

1-8

75-43

1571/20.9

283-502

.564

14-50

FT-FTA

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

Pts/Avg

0.6 Avg 2.8 3.6 1.9 4.0

14-0 7 PF-FO Ast 56-1 26 60-2 40 70-1 33 67-1 37

8 Blk 0 Stl 3 TO 42 3 34 64 5 19 50 3 82 6 37 24

11/0.7 Pts/Avg 130/5.4 268/10.7

16-25 55-91

Pct Off-Def Tot Rebounds .000 4-5 9 Pct Off-Def Tot .696 24-43 67 .785 33-56 89 .640 76 .604 28-48 38-61 99

.125

37-71

.521

113

4.5

72-2

52

4

39

290/11.6

.280

176-269

301

4.0 199-5

133 198

15

82

756/10.1

0-2 FT-FTA 16-23 84-107

36-77

.654 107-194

56

141/3.5 198/7.9

Michelle Dobbs #30

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Forward | 6-0 | Senior Rochelle, Ill. (Rochelle Township) Year

GP-GS

2015-16

21-13

TOTAL

21-13

Kockenmeister, Jamie

Total 3-Point Rebounds Previous: As a member UChicago track & field team, wonOff-Def the NCAA Tot championship in theAst indoorTO800 meters 2016 ... Seven-time Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct of the FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Avg PF-FO Blk Stl in Pts/Avg All-American in track & field ... Member of the UChicago cross country team. 258/12.3 25-65 .385 7-31 .226 6-8 .750 12-15 27 1.3 19-0 5 22 1 19 63/3.0 Personal: Computer science7-31 major ....226 Participated years of cross country, basketball in high1school State champion in 258/12.3 25-65 .385 6-8in four.750 12-15 27 track 1.3 and 19-0 5 22 19 ... 63/3.0 the 800 meters (2013) ... Special Mention All-State in basketball (2012, 2013) ... National Merit Scholar, IHSA All-State Academic Team, Chicago Tribune Academic Team.

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4 Total

3-Point

Rebounds

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TOTAL

71-34

1610/22.7

143-349

.410

23-95

.242

117-151

.775

71-214

285

4.0 196-8

165 158

40 123

426/6.0

Player Profiles

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Madison Dunbar #4 Total

3-Point

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

GuardFG-FGA | 5-5 | Junior Min/Avg Pct FG-FGA

2015-16

17-1

148/8.7

TOTAL

17-1

148/8.7 10-26 3-8 0.6 per 13-0 13 a 0career-high 5 35/2.1 2015-16: Played in.385 24 games6-17 with five.353 starts ... 9-11 Averaged.818 5.4 points and 2.8 11 rebounds game ...2Scored 16 points versus Texas-Dallas ... Tallied 11 points versus Rochester ... UAA All-Academic Team.

Pct

FT-FTA

.353

9-11

Allendale, N.J. (Northern Highlands) 10-26

.385

6-17

Pct Off-Def .818

3-8

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

11

0.6

13-0

13

2

0

5

Pts/Avg 35/2.1

2014-15: Played in 16 games ... Averaged 0.7 points and 0.6 rebounds per game ... Scored three points with three assists versus IIT. Personal: Majoring in public policy and psychology ... UChicago activities: Women In Law, Kappa Alpha Theta ... Dean’s List ... Played -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------four years of basketball, four years of lacrosse and two years of soccer in high school ... As a senior, averaged 14 points, 5 assists and 4 steals per game ... First Team All-Bergen County, Four-time First Team All-League ... Scored 1,000 point scorer and owns the school record Dunbar, Madison for assists ... Won a county championship and a state sectional championship as a senior ... High Honor Roll, National Honor Society. Total

3-Point

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

2014-15

16-0

73/4.6

4-16

.250

3-13

.231

0-2

.000

4-5

9

0.6

14-0

7

TO Blk Stl 8

0

3

Pts/Avg 11/0.7

2015-16

24-5

520/21.7

46-141

.326

22-63

.349

16-23

.696

24-43

67

2.8

56-1

26

42

3

34

130/5.4

TOTAL

40-5

593/14.8

50-157

.318

25-76

.329

16-25

.640

28-48

76

1.9

70-1

33

50

3

37

141/3.5

Elizabeth Nye #22

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Guard | 5-6 | Junior Chicago, Ill. (Mother McAuley)

Year

GP-GS

2015-16

21-13

TOTAL

21-13

Kockenmeister, Jamie

Total Rebounds 2015-16: Second Team All-UAA3-Point ... Started 24 out of 25 games played ... Led the team in scoring (12.2 PPG) to go with 3.6 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.7 steals ... Paced with 49 three-pointers (.392)Avg ... Scored least 20 on fivePts/Avg occasions ... Set a Min/Avg FG-FGA Pctper game FG-FGA Pctthe team FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot PF-FOat Ast TOpoints Blk Stl new career high with 26 points versus Carnegie Mellon ... Made 7 of 8 shots en route to 19 points against Washington-St. Louis ... Scored 258/12.3 25-65 .385 7-31 .226 6-8 .750 12-15 27 1.3 19-0 5 22 1 19 63/3.0 22 points with five rebounds, five steals and four assists at Washington-St. Louis ... UAA All-Academic Team. 258/12.3 25-65 .385 7-31 .226 6-8 .750 12-15 27 1.3 19-0 5 22 1 19 63/3.0 2014-15: Started in 14 out of 25 games played ... Averaged 8.3 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.4 steals per game ... Led the team with 38 three-pointers made (37.3 percent) ... Compiled seven games with double-digit points ... Scored a season-high 19 points with four assists versus Case ... Posted 15 points and three steals against NYU.

Personal: Majoring in public policy ... Dean’s List, University Scholar ... Played four years of basketball, softball and golf in high school ... -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------As a senior, averaged 17.9 points, 6.6 Assists, 2.2 steals and 4.6 rebounds per game ... Scored over 1,000 points in varsity career ... Team Nordstrom, Britta captain and Team Most Valuable Player ... Two-time GCAC All-Conference and three-time GCAC Academic All-Conference ... IHSA 3-point Contest Finalist in 2012 ... -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------IHSBCA All-State selection, Chicago Tribune Special Mention All-State, Southtown Star Newspaper - All Area ... Hoffman Estates Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team, Dundee Crown Holiday Tournament All-Tournament Team ... Class President ... IHSA All-State Academic Nye, Elizabeth Total 3-Point Rebounds Team 2014 (Honorable Mention) ... Chicago Tribune Scholar Athlete Team, Illinois State Scholar, Catherine McAuley Award, National Honor Society, AP Scholar With Distinction. Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg Total 3-Point Rebounds - Individual 02, 2016) 2013-14 25-15 528/21.1 87-160 .544 10-27 .370 Career 84-107History .785 (Nov 33-56 89 3.6 60-2 40 64 5 19 268/10.7 Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot 2014-15 25-8 463/18.5 70-133 .526 3-15 .200 55-91 .604 38-61 99 Avg 4.0 PF-FO 67-1 Ast 37 TO 82 Blk 6 Stl 24 Pts/Avg 198/7.9 2014-15 25-14 558/22.3 68-188 .362 38-102 .373 34-46 .739 61 2.4 50 1 2015-16 25-20 580/23.2 126-209 .603 1-8 .125 37-71 .521 17-44 36-77 113 4.5 64-1 72-2 56 55 52 4 34 39 208/8.3 290/11.6 2015-16 25-24 710/28.4 108-247 .437 49-125 .392 40-57 .702 15-74 89 3.6 66-2 55 75 3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOTAL 75-43 1571/20.9 283-502 .564 14-50 .280 176-269 .654 107-194 301 4.0 199-5 133 198 15 43 82 305/12.2 756/10.1 TOTAL

50-38

1268/25.4

176-435

.405

Total

87-227

.383Anderson, 74-103 Stephanie .718 32-118

3-Point

150

3.0 130-3

105 130

4

77

513/10.3

Rebounds

Alyssa Clemente #10

Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2013-14 23-0 392/17.0 31-104 .298 5-40 .125 22-28 .786 21-45 66 2.9 51-1 53 40 7 27 89/3.9 2014-15

23-14

Guard38-90 | 5-7 | Sophomore 510/22.2 .422 10-32

2015-16

25-20

708/28.3

TOTAL Year

71-34 GP-GS

2015-16

25-8

TOTAL

25-8

.313

Obi, Olariche 39-52 .750 23-81

Kettering, Ohio (Kettering Fairmont)

104

4.5

68-2

46

49

15

48

125/5.4

74-155 .477 8-23 .348 56-71 .789 27-88 115 4.6 77-5 66 69 18 48 212/8.5 Total 3-Point Rebounds 1610/22.7 143-349 .410 23-95 .242 117-151 .775 71-214 285 4.0 196-8 165 40a 123 426/6.0 2015-16: Played in 17 games with one start ... Averaged 2.1 points and 0.6 rebounds per game ...158 Scored season-high seven points Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct Louis FG-FGA Pctsix points FT-FTA Pct rebounds Off-Def atTot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg versus Washington-St. ... Recorded and three Brandeis. 525/21.0 98-187 0-0 .000 39-76 .513 94-121 215 team 8.6 rep81-3 26List45... Played 25 49 Personal: Biology.524 major ... UChicago activities: Women’s Athletic Association ... Dean’s four235/9.4 years of basketball 525/21.0 .524 first0-0 39-76 215... Graduated 8.6 81-3summa 26 cum 45 laude 25 ... 49German 235/9.4 in high 98-187 school ... GWOC team ... .000 Dayton Daily News.513 athlete94-121 of the week Club.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Clemente, Alyssa -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 3-Point Rebounds West, Rachel Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2015-16

17-1

148/8.7

TOTAL Year

17-1 GP-GS

148/8.7 Min/Avg

TOTAL

25-5

381/15.2

10-26 .385 Total 10-26 .385 FG-FGA

Pct

47-88

.534

2015-16 25-5 381/15.2 2016-17 47-88 .534 UChicago Basketball

6-17 .353 3-Point 6-17 .353

9-11

.818

3-8 11 Rebounds .818 3-8 11 Pct Off-Def Tot

0.6

13-0

5

35/2.1

0.6 Avg

13-0 2 PF-FO Ast

2

13

13 0 5 TO Blk Stl

0

35/2.1 Pts/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

9-11 FT-FTA

6-13

.462

10-16

.625

30-36

66

2.6

51-1

21

51

18

7

110/4.4

6-13

.462

10-16

.625

30-36

66

2.6

51-1

21

51

18

7

110/4.4

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Total 3-Point Jamie Kockenmeister #34 FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct

Min/Avg

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

2014-15

16-0

2015-16

24-5

520/21.7

TOTAL

40-5

593/14.8 50-157 .318 25-76 28-48 1.9per70-1 50 a season-high 3 37 141/3.5 2015-16: Played in 21 games with 13.329 starts ...16-25 Averaged.640 3.0 points and 1.376assists game ...33 Scored 11 points versus Emory ... Tallied 10 points against Case Western Reserve.

Guard 4-16 | 5-9 | Sophomore 73/4.6 .250 3-13

.231

Greenwich, Conn. (Greenwich) 46-141 .326 22-63 .349

FT-FTA

Pct Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

0-2

.000

4-5

9

0.6

14-0

7

TO Blk Stl 8

0

3

Pts/Avg 11/0.7

16-23

.696

24-43

67

2.8

56-1

26

42

3

34

130/5.4

Personal: Economics major ... Played four years of varsity basketball in high school ... Three-time All-County pick ... Team MVP and team captain in her junior and senior years ... CIAC Scholar-Athlete ... News 12 Scholar-Athlete ... Greenwich High School Scholar-Athlete ... National Merit Scholar ... National Honor Society. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Kockenmeister, Jamie Total

3-Point

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

2015-16

21-13

258/12.3

25-65

.385

7-31

.226

6-8

.750

12-15

27

1.3

19-0

5

22

1

19

Pts/Avg 63/3.0

TOTAL

21-13

258/12.3

25-65

.385

7-31

.226

6-8

.750

12-15

27

1.3

19-0

5

22

1

19

63/3.0

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Olariche Obi #20 Total

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Nordstrom, BrittaRebounds

Forward | 5-10 | Sophomore Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Central Magnet) Total 3-Point

Year

GP-GS

2014-15 Year 2015-16

25-14 GP-GS 25-24

Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg Rebounds61 2.4 64-1 558/22.3 68-188 .362 38-102 .373 34-46 .739 17-44 50 55 1 34 208/8.3 Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def PF-FO Ast TO Pts/Avg 2015-16: UAA Rookie Year ... Played all 25 games, startsAvg ... Averaged and team-high 8.6 rebounds 710/28.4 108-247 .437of the 49-125 .392 in 40-57 .702including 15-74eightTot 89 3.6 66-2 9.4 55points 75 Blk 3 aStl 43 305/12.2 2013-14 25-15 528/21.1 87-160 .544 10-27 .370 84-107 .785 33-56 89 3.6 60-2 40 64 5 19 per game ... Led the team 87-227 in steals (49) and blocks (25).718 while ranking percentage (.524)4... Recorded 14 games with TOTAL 50-38 1268/25.4 176-435 .405 .383 74-103 32-118third 150in field-goal 3.0 130-3 105 130 77 268/10.7 513/10.3 double-digit points and eight games.200 with double-digit ... Scored99 14 points MSOE ... Pulled down a 2014-15 25-8 463/18.5 70-133 .526 3-15 55-91 rebounds .604 38-61 4.0 with 67-115 rebounds 37 82 versus 6 24 198/7.9 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------season-high 18 rebounds with 10 points against Carnegie Mellon ... Tallied 14 points and 14 rebounds with four steals at IIT ... Posted 2015-16 25-20 580/23.2 126-209 .603 1-8 .125 37-71 .521 36-77 113 4.5 72-2 56 52 4 39 290/11.6 Nye, Elizabeth five double-doubles on the season ... Pacific Northwest All-Tournament Team. TOTAL 75-43 1571/20.9 283-502 .564 14-50 .280 176-269 .654 107-194 301 4.0 199-5 133 198 15 82 756/10.1 Personal: Major undeclared ... Played four years of basketball in high school ... Averaged 16 points and 9 rebounds per game as a senior Total 3-Point Rebounds -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------... First Team All-District (2012-15) and Second Team All-District (2011-12) ... Most Improved (2012-13) ... Scored more than 1,000 points Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct ...FG-FGA FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Avg PF-FOOccupation Ast TO Blk Stl ofPts/Avg in her high school career First TeamPct All-Tournament (2013-15) ... TeamTot captain ... Health Students America (HOSA) ... Obi, Olariche French 68-188 Club ... President Outdoors.373 Club ... 34-46 Sports Enthusiast Club ... Basketball for third 2014-15 25-14 558/22.3 .362 of38-102 .739 17-44 61 2.4coach 64-1 50 graders. 55 1 34 208/8.3 2015-16

25-24

710/28.4

TOTAL Year

50-38 GP-GS

1268/25.4 Min/Avg

2015-16

25-8

525/21.0

98-187

.524

0-0

TOTAL

25-8

525/21.0

98-187

.524

0-0

108-247 .437 Total 176-435 FG-FGA .405 Pct

49-125 .392 3-Point 87-227 .383 FG-FGA Pct

40-57

15-74 Rebounds89 .718 32-118 150 Pct Off-Def Tot

3.6

43

305/12.2

74-103 FT-FTA

.702

3.0 4 Stl 77 Avg 130-3 PF-FO 105 Ast 130 TO Blk

66-2

55

75

3

513/10.3 Pts/Avg

.000

39-76

.513

94-121

215

8.6

81-3

26

45

25

49

235/9.4

.000

39-76

.513

94-121

215

8.6

81-3

26

45

25

49

235/9.4

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Obi, Olariche

Rachel West #42

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 3-Point West, Rachel Rebounds

Forward | 6-1 | Sophomore FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Winnetka, Ill. (New Trier)

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

2015-16

25-8

525/21.0

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

Pts/Avg

98-187 .524 0-0 .000 39-76 .513 94-121 215 8.6 81-3 26 45 25 49 235/9.4 Total 3-Point Rebounds TOTAL 25-8 525/21.0 98-187 0-0 including .000 .513 94-121 215 81-3 26 game 45 49 second 235/9.4 2015-16: Played in.524 all 25 games, starts ... Averaged 4.4 points and8.6 2.6 rebounds per ...25Ranked on the team Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct five39-76 FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg in field-goal percentage (.534) ... Posted four double-digit scoring games, including a season-high 20 points at NYU ... Tallied 11 points 2015-16 25-5 381/15.2 47-88 .534 6-13 .462 10-16 .625 30-36 66 2.6 51-1 21 51 18 7 110/4.4 and seven rebounds versus Case. TOTAL 25-5 381/15.2 47-88 .534 6-13 .462 10-16 .625 30-36 66 2.6 51-1 21 51 18 7 110/4.4 Personal: Economics major ... UChicago activities: member of UCIB, Delta Gamma, Sports Business Team ... Dean’s List ... Played four years of basketball in high school ... Team finished in third place in state tournament ... CSL Scholar-Athlete ... Illinois State Scholar ... AP -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scholar with Distinction ... Spanish National Honor Society ... Silver Award National Spanish Exam ... Three-year Enriching Lives Through West, Rachel Service club member ... Special Olympics Coach. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total 3-Point Williams, KatrinaRebounds Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

2015-16

25-5

381/15.2

TOTAL Year

25-5 GP-GS

381/15.2 Min/Avg

47-88 .534 Total 47-88 .534 FG-FGA Pct

Pct

FG-FGA

6-13 .462 3-Point 6-13 .462 FG-FGA Pct

Pct

2015-16

19-4

224/11.8

23-77

.299

18-59

.305

TOTAL

19-4

224/11.8

23-77

.299

18-59

.305

FT-FTA

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

Pts/Avg

30-36 Rebounds66 .625 30-36 66 Pct Off-Def Tot

2.6

51-1

51

7

110/4.4

2.6 Avg

51-1 21 PF-FO Ast

51 18 Stl 7 TO Blk

110/4.4 Pts/Avg

8-10

.800

1-14

15

0.8

15-0

13

17

0

3

72/3.8

8-10

.800

1-14

15

0.8

15-0

13

17

0

3

72/3.8

10-16 10-16 FT-FTA

Pct Off-Def .625

21

18

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3-Point

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25-8

525/21.0

98-187

.524

0-0

.000

39-76

.513

94-121

215

8.6

81-3

26

45

25

49

235/9.4

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------West, Rachel

Katrina Williams #14 Total

3-Point

GuardFG-FGA | 5-8 | Sophomore Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pickerington, Ohio (Pickerington Central)

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

2015-16

25-5

381/15.2

TOTAL

25-5

381/15.2 47-88 6-13 .462 10-16 .625 3.8 30-36 66 0.82.6 51-1per 21 18 a7season-high 110/4.4 14 points 2015-16: Played in.534 19 games, including four starts ... Averaged points and rebounds game51 ... Scored at Pacific Lutheran ... Tallied 10 points versus Illinois Wesleyan.

47-88

.534

6-13

.462

10-16

Pct Off-Def .625

30-36

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

Pts/Avg

66

2.6

51-1

51

110/4.4

21

18

7

Personal: Major undeclared ... Played four years of basketball in high school ... As a senior, averaged 17.2 point, 3.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.4 steals per game ... Broke the school record for most three-pointers in a season (76) and a game (8) ... Second Team All-League ... Second Team All-District ... Honorable Mention All-Metro ... Team captain ... District 11 All-Star Team ... Outstanding Student-Athlete -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Award ... National Honor Society ... Distinguished Scholar Honor ... Optima Supra ... Honors Diploma ... Decum Decorum ... Presidential Williams, Katrina Academic Award ... Club Hope ... Renaissance Club ... S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions). Total

3-Point

Rebounds

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF-FO Ast

TO Blk Stl

2015-16

19-4

224/11.8

23-77

.299

18-59

.305

8-10

.800

1-14

15

0.8

15-0

13

17

0

3

Pts/Avg 72/3.8

TOTAL

19-4

224/11.8

23-77

.299

18-59

.305

8-10

.800

1-14

15

0.8

15-0

13

17

0

3

72/3.8

Miranda Burt #23 Guard | 5-9 | Freshman Knoxville, Tenn. (Farragut) Personal: Majoring in economics and public policy ... UChicago activities: Writer for the Chicago Maroon, Women in Business, Greek Life, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Women’s Athletic Association ... Participated in four years of basketball, four years of track & field and two years of soccer in high school ... As a senior, averaged 14 points, 4 rebounds and 2.2 steals per game while shooting 84 percent on free throws and 41 percent on three-pointers ... Basketball: Four years on varsity, three-time All-District tournament, two-time AllRegion tournament, All-District regular season, three-time district tournament champion, two-time regular season district champion, two-time region champion, Winterfest Shootout MVP, two-time Lady Admiral Award winner, started on team with the best record in school history (28-3) ... Soccer: Two years on varsity, two-time All-District, two-time All-Region, two-time All-Prepxtra, two-time AllKIL, All-State senior year, two-time team MVP, District Goalie of the Year ... Track: Four years on varsity, participated in the state meet in the 4x400 and the 200 meters, All-Knoxville Interscholastic League, Knox County Sprinter of the Year ... Distinguished AP Scholar, Distinguished Honor Roll ... Math Academy member, math tutor, Community Service Award, New Student Mentor, Farragut Middle School Soccer Assistant Coach.

Emily Cochrane #24 Guard | 5-9 | Freshman Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Montini Catholic) Personal: Major undecided ... Played four years of basketball in high school ... 2014 state champion ... Illinois State Scholar, AP Scholar, National Honor Society.

Nireet Dhillon #12 Guard | 5-8 | Freshman Schaumburg, Ill. (Conant) Personal: Biology major ... Played four years of basketball in high school ... Two-time All-Conference, two-time All-Area, All-State special mention, Illinois Class 4A Three-Point Shootout champion ... Four-time academic honor roll, member of Class Council, member of National Honor Society, recipient of the Richard C. Kolze Award for Academic Achievement.

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Player Profiles Mia Farrell #2 Guard | 5-6 | Freshman Bolingbrook, Ill. (Joliet Catholic) Personal: Major undecided ... Participated in four years of basketball, two years of track & field and one year of cross country in high school ... As a senior, averaged 14 points, 3 assists and 2 steals per game ... 2016 Esmark Basketball All-American, Voyager Media Prep All-Star, Voyager Media All-Area Team, Herald News All-Area Team, 2014 Regional three-point champion ... National Honor Society, National Foreign Language Honors Society ... Student ambassador, key club, varsity club, yearbook staff.

Taylor Lake #11 Guard/Forward | 5-10 | Freshman Mars, Pa. (North Allegheny) Personal: Major: undecided ... UChicago activities: Women’s Athletic Association team rep ... Participated in four years of basketball, three years of volleyball and one year of track & field in high school ... Averaged 12 points and 8.3 rebounds per game as a senior Scored 1,000 points in her high school career ... First Team All-Section (2014-16) ... Team took third place in the state tournament in 2014 and 2016 ... National Honor Society, DECA secretary, Best Buddies, Mathletes, Key Club, Future Business Leaders of America, NA Young Life, World Vision volunteer ... Senior 4. Scholars, Western PA Quad A Scholar Athlete Scholarship winner, Unified Boosters Org. Georgiana Thomas Scholarship winner, Nominated for Western PA Scholar Athlete Award, Athletic Director’s All-Academic honors, American Legion.

Anna Rose #32 Forward | 6-1 | Freshman Frankfort, Ill. (Lincoln-Way East) Personal: Major: undecided ... Played four years of basketball and one year of volleyball in high school ... As a senior, averaged 14.2 points, 8.7 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game ... All-Conference ... High Honor Roll, AP scholar, Illinois State Scholar, National Honor Society.

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Travel at UChicago Travel to exciting destinations -- both international and domestic -- has been a significant feature of the Chicago basketball program. In the fall of 2015, the Maroons headed to Australia and New Zealand, from Sept. 3-17. In 2012, the Maroons spent time touring Italy. Chicago also previously traveled overseas to Argentina and Chile in 2009 and Italy in 2006. During the 2015-16 regular season, the Maroons logged more than 3,500 air miles as they navigated their 25-game slate with traditional weekend trips to UAA host cities New York, Boston, Atlanta, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Rochester. Other non-conference stops in recent years have included Dallas, Minneapolis, Newark, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Louisville, Green Bay, Seattle and South Bend.

Ireland 2012

Italy 2006 10

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The four main cities that the team stayed in during the trip to New Zealand and Australia were Queenstown, Christchurch, Cairns and Sydney. The packed itinerary included ATV-ing and zip-lining in the mountains of Queenstown and traveling through the New Zealand country side to coach a youth basketball clinic. The team also played a game against the University of Canterbury in Christchurch. The Maroons then flew to Cairns to scuba and snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, hold koalas and feed the kangaroos at a local zoo. The final destination led them to Sydney, Australia where they spent five days exploring and shopping in the city, hanging out at Bondi beach, had a team surfing lesson at Manly Beach, climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, touring the iconic Sydney Opera House, and taking part in the local chocolate festival and street markets. The trip was capped off with a cricket lesson at the Sydney Cricket Ground, followed by a team dinner at the finest Japanese steakhouse in the city. On the final day in Australia, senior Helen Petersen reflected on the trip, “It is not lost on us that we are some of the most fortunate young adults in the world for the opportunity to play at UChicago and this trip only made that increasingly obvious. Our trip to New Zealand and Australia was one of the coolest things we have ever done and something that will continue to be a highlight of our collegiate experience. Thank you again to everyone who made it happen.�

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Ratner Athletics Center In the fall of 2003, UChicago Athletics entered a new era with the opening of the $51 million Gerald Ratner Athletics Center. Designed by famed architect Cesar Pelli, the 150,000-square-foot facility includes a 1,658-seat competition gymnasium which is home to the UChicago basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. In addition to the competition gymnasium, the facility features the 50-meter Myers-McLoraine Pool, the Bernard J. DelGiorno Fitness Center, a dance studio, classrooms, the Athletics Hall of Fame, locker rooms and offices.

• The facility received awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies, the American Institute of Steel Construction, and the Consulting Engineers Council of Illinois for its excellence in engineering and design. • The Ratner Athletics Center is named in honor of Gerald Ratner (A.B.’35, J.D.’37), an outfielder at UChicago during its days as a member of the Big Ten Conference. • In Carissa Sain Knoche’s eight years in the program, UChicago has posted a 144-64 record overall, three NCAA tournament appearances and three University Athletic Association (UAA) titles.

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The Ratner Athletics Center competition gym was the site for the McDonald’s All-American Games

POWERADE Jam Fest for four years. The top 48 boys and girls in the country are invited to compete in a Skills Competition, Three-Point Shootout and Slam Dunk Contest. Past participants included Jahlil Okafor, Aaron Gordon and Grayson Allen.

Ratner was also the site for the first round and championships games of the 2013-14 Chicago Catholic

League (CLL) Tournament. The league was formed in 1912 as a way to give the all-male Catholic schools interscholastic competition. Charter members included Loyola Academy, St. Cyril (Mt. Carmel), DePaul Academy, St. Philip, St. Ignatius, De La Salle, Cathedral and St. Stanislaus. However, the tournament was not added until 2013 as a way to bring about one single champion. In the past, there would be one winner from each division, north and south.

Previously, the Ratner Athletics Center hosted the 2013 Chicago United Hoops Classic, where two teams

of high school players, South and West, competed against one another. Put together to bring awareness to senseless acts of street violence, the Chicago United Hoops Classic teaches kids to learn character and leadership off the court and invest in an education.

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2015-16 Review Statistics Player Nye Nordstrom Obi S. Anderson Moore Dunbar West K. Anderson Williams

GP-GS 25-24 25-20 25-8 25-20 25-25 24-5 25-5 20-0 19-4 Kockenmeister 21-13 Clemente 17-1 Bilby 13-0 McNeilly 4-0 Womack 1-0 Total Opponents

FG-FGA 108-247 126-209 98-187 74-155 62-186 46-141 47-88 29-84 23-77 25-65 10-26 5-14 0-0 0-3

Pct. .437 .603 .524 .477 .333 .326 .534 .345 .299 .385 .385 .357 .000 .000

3FG-A 49-125 1-8 0-0 8-23 20-73 22-63 6-13 13-41 18-59 7-31 6-17 1-2 0-0 0-3

Pct. .392 .125 .000 .348 .274 .349 .462 .317 .305 .226 .353 .500 .000 .000

25 653-1482 .441 151-458 .330 25 533-1366 .390 94-283 .332

Results

Overall: 16-9

UAA: 8-6

FT-FTA 40-57 37-71 39-76 56-71 23-31 16-23 10-16 11-16 8-10 6-8 9-11 6-10 2-2 0-0

Pct. .702 .521 .513 .789 .742 .696 .625 .688 .800 .750 .818 .600 1.000 .000

Reb. 89 113 215 115 64 67 66 11 15 27 11 15 0 0

RPG 3.6 4.5 8.6 4.6 2.6 2.8 2.6 0.6 0.8 1.3 0.6 1.2 0.0 0.0

Ast 55 56 26 66 51 26 21 12 13 5 2 12 0 0

TO 75 52 45 69 39 42 51 13 17 22 13 21 1 0

Blk 3 4 25 18 2 3 18 0 0 1 0 3 0 0

Stl 43 39 49 48 21 34 7 5 3 19 5 1 0 2

Pts 305 290 235 212 167 130 110 82 72 63 35 17 2 0

PPG 12.2 11.6 9.4 8.5 6.7 5.4 4.4 4.1 3.8 3.0 2.1 1.3 0.5 0.0

263-402 .654 409-555 .737

895 898

35.8 35.9

345 269

475 525

77 63

276 201

1720 1569

68.8 62.8

Home: 10-3

Date Opponent W/L Score Nov. 14 Lake Forest W 56-46 Nov. 20 MSOE W 76-67 Nov. 21 Wisconsin-Stevens Point W 63-40 Nov. 24 #23 Texas-Dallas W 75-46 Nov. 29 Carthage L 64-57 Dec. 5 Illinois Wesleyan W 67-39 Dec. 12 at North Park L 70-54 Dec. 18 at Pacific Lutheran W 74-57 Dec. 19 vs. Puget Sound W 88-85 Jan. 2 at Loras L 79-68 Jan. 4 at Illinois Tech W 69-28 Jan. 9 at #11 Washington-St. Louis * L 80-63 Jan. 15 at #21 Carnegie Mellon * L 83-80 Jan. 17 at Cast Western Reserve * W 67-58 Jan. 22 #9 New York U. L 71-55 Jan. 24 Brandeis * W 73-59 Jan. 29 Emory * W 79-73 Jan. 31 #7 Rochester (N.Y.) * W 58-56 Feb. 5 at Emory * L 71-64 Feb. 7 at #13 Rochester (N.Y.) * L 75-64 Feb. 12 Carnegie Mellon * L 93-90 Feb. 14 Case Western Reserve * W 59-45 Feb. 19 at #22 New York U. * W 76-64 Feb. 21 at Brandeis * W 63-50 Feb. 27 #9 Washington-St. Louis * W 82-70

Road: 5-6

High Points Nordstrom (14) Nye (17) Nye (21) Dunbar (16) Nordstrom (16) Nordstrom (15) Nordstrom, Obi (15) S. Anderson, Williams (14) Nye (21) Nordstrom (16) Nordstrom (16) Nye (22) S. Anderson (17) Nordstrom, Moore (11) Nordstrom, Dunbar (10) Nordstrom (24) S. Anderson (16) Nye (13) Nordstrom (13) Nye (21) Nye (26) West (11) West (20) Obi (11) Nye, S. Anderson (11) Nye (19)

Neutral: 1-0

High Rebounds Nordstrom (10) Obi (15) Obi (7) Obi (8) Obi (13) S. Anderson (6) Obi (12) Obi (10) Nordstrom (8) Nordstrom (10) Obi (14) Obi (8) Obi (8) Obi (11) Obi (6) Obi (10) Obi (7) Obi (8) Obi (8) Obi (9) Obi (18) West (7) Nye (10) Obi (9) Moore, S. Anderson (5)

* UAA game Home games in BOLD

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2015-16 Review UAA Standings Team Washington-St. Louis Rochester (N.Y.) Carnegie Mellon UChicago New York U. Brandeis Emory Case Western Reserve

W 11 10 8 8 7 5 4 3

UAA L 3 4 6 6 7 9 10 11

Pct. .786 .714 .571 .571 .500 .357 .286 .214

W 23 23 21 16 19 12 13 8

Overall L 6 6 7 9 8 13 12 17

Pct. .793 .793 .750 .640 .704 .480 .520 .320

Yr Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Pos F G F F C/F G G

All-UAA Team First Team Name Megan Dawe Jackie Hudepohl Alexandra Leslie Amanda Martinez Lisa Murphy Kaitlyn Read Jordan Thompson

School New York U. Carnegie Mellon Rochester (N.Y.) Washington-St. Louis Carnegie Mellon New York U. Washington-St. Louis

Ht 6-0 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-8 5-7

Britta Nordstrom

Second Team Name Lauren Deming Maria Jackson Shellie Kaniut Jessica McCoy Britta Nordstrom Elizabeth Nye Natalie Orr

School Rochester (N.Y). Brandeis Emory Case Western Reserve UChicago UChicago Washington-St. Louis

Ht 6-1 5-10 5-7 5-10 6-0 5-6 5-10

Yr So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So.

Pos G F G G F G G

Honorable Mention Brandeis: Sydney Sodine; Carnegie Mellon: Liza Otto, Lindsay Poss; Case: Kara Hageman; Emory: Michelle Bevan, Khadijah Sayyid; UChicago: Stephanie Anderson; Rochester: Kayla Kibling; Washington-St. Louis: Katybeth Biewen.

Top Awards Co-Players of the Year: Alexandra Leslie, Rochester; Lisa Murphy, Carnegie Mellon Defensive Player of the Year: Kaitlyn Read, New York U. Rookie of the Year: Olariche Obi, UChicago Coaching Staff of the Year: Washington-St. Louis (Head Coach Nancy Fahey)

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History & Records UAA Records Individual

Team

Two Teams

Points 39 Kelly Manning, Washington (vs. Chicago, 2/29/06)

Points 109 Washington (vs. Rochester, 1/23/98)

Points 189 NYU (100) vs. Washington (89) 2/2/04

Field Goals 15 Evy Iacono, Case Western (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 1/15/13) Jody Chattin, Case Western (vs. Emory, 12/5/93)

Field Goals 47 Carnegie Mellon (vs. Emory, 12/2/88) Field Goals Attempted 92 Carnegie Mellon (vs. Emory, 12/2/88)

Field Goals Attempted 33 Evy Iacono, Case Western (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 1/15/13)

3-Point Field Goals 15 NYU (vs. Emory, 1/26/97)

3-Point Field Goals 10 Laura Crowley, Washington (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 2/21/03)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 33 Emory (vs. Rochester, 3/1/14); NYU (vs. Chicago, 1/20/13)

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 19 Mandy Jackson, Emory (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 2/20/94) Free Throws 19 Caitlin Malcolm, Brandeis (vs. Case, 1/21/05) Free Throws Attempted 22 Caitlin Malcolm, Brandeis (vs. Case, 1/21/05) Total Rebounds 24 Patti McCrudden, NYU (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 12/3/88) Assists 13

Leslie Berger, Washington (vs. Chicago, 2/26/05); Savannah Morgan, Emory (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 2/17/12)

Blocked Shots 10 Lisa Murphy, Carnegie Mellon (vs. Brandeis, 2/3/15) Steals 14

16

Jehan Clark, NYU (vs. Brandeis, 1/9/99)

Free Throws 39 Carnegie Mellon (vs. Chicago, 2/12/16) Free Throws Attempted 49 Washington (vs. Chicago 1/10/04); Chicago (vs. NYU, 1/20/02) Offensive Rebounds 31 Rochester (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 2/13/88) Defensive Rebounds 48 Case (vs. Rochester, 12/6/89) Total Rebounds 68 Case (vs. Rochester, 12/6/89) Assists 34

Emory (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 1/16/93)

Blocked Shots 12 Carnegie Mellon (vs. Brandeis, 2/13/15) Steals 32

Carnegie Mellon (vs. Emory, 12/2/88)

Field Goals 74 Johns Hopkins (39) vs. Rochester (35) 12/9/95 Field Goals Attempted 161 Emory (81) vs. Carnegie Mellon (80) 2/20/94 3-Point Field Goals 24 Chicago (14) vs. Brandeis (10) 1/20/06 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 53 Case (31) vs. Rochester (22) 2/22/08 Free Throws 66 NYU (37) vs. Washington (29) 2/27/97 Free Throws Attempted 83 NYU (48) vs. Washington (35) 2/27/97 Total Rebounds 115 Case (68) vs. Rochester (47) 12/6/89 Assists 51

Emory (34) vs. Carnegie Mellon (17) 1/16/93

Blocked 19

Shots Carnegie Mellon (8) vs. NYU (11) 1/6/02

Steals 42

Johns Hopkins (30) vs. Emory (12) 12/6/91

Records from UAA games only.

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History & Records Year-by-Year Records UAA

Overall Year 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Total

W 3 0 8 13 13 13 12 10 5 13 8 15 15 12 15 11 14 18 21 14 8 14 13 19 12 12 14 9 14 15 9 11 10 16 17 18 22 17 19 25 27 7 15 18 16

L 4 6 6 7 8 9 8 7 12 6 14 6 6 9 7 11 8 7 4 11 17 11 12 7 13 13 11 16 11 9 15 14 15 9 8 7 6 8 7 4 1 18 10 7 9

Pct. .429 .000 .571 .650 .619 .591 .600 .588 .294 .684 .364 .714 .714 .571 .682 .500 .636 .720 .840 .560 .320 .560 .520 .731 .480 .480 .560 .360 .560 .625 .375 .440 .400 .640 .680 .720 .786 .680 .731 .862 .964 .280 .600 .720 .640

Coach Patricia Kirby Patricia Kirby Patricia Kirby Patricia Kirby Patricia Kirby Patricia Kirby Marcia Hurt Marcia Hurt Marcia Hurt Diann Nestel Diann Nestel Diann Nestel Diann Nestel Kevin McCarthy Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Jennifer Kroll Jennifer Kroll Jennifer Kroll Jennifer Kroll Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Carissa Sain Knoche Carissa Sain Knoche Carissa Sain Knoche Carissa Sain Knoche

610

414

.596

45 years

Year 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Total

W 3 9 11 6 4 7 6 9 5 5 6 4 9 7 5 5 5 9 6 7 11 8 11 14 14 3 9 12 8

L 4 3 3 8 10 7 8 5 9 9 8 10 6 8 9 9 9 5 8 7 3 6 3 0 0 11 5 2 6

218

181

Pct. .429 .750 .786 .429 .286 .500 .429 .643 .357 .357 .429 .286 .600 .467 .357 .357 .357 .643 .429 .500 .786 .571 .786 1.000 1.000 .214 .643 .857 .571

Place 5th 1st 2nd 5th 6th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 5th 3rd 4th 6th 6th 6th 4th 5th 5th 1st 4th 2nd 1st 1st 7th T-2nd T-1st T-3rd

.546

Coach Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Brower Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Susan Zawacki Jennifer Kroll Jennifer Kroll Jennifer Kroll Jennifer Kroll Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Aaron Roussell Carissa Sain Knoche Carissa Sain Knoche Carissa Sain Knoche Carissa Sain Knoche 29 years

All-Time Coaching Records By Winning Percentage Coach Aaron Roussell Diann Nestel Susan Brower Kevin McCarthy Carissa Sain Knoche Patricia Kirby Susan Zawacki Marcia Hurt Jennifer Kroll

Years 2004-12 1980-84 1985-93 1984-85 2012-- 1971-77 1993-00 1977-80 2000-04

W 161 51 115 12 56 50 93 27 45

L 50 32 76 9 44 40 83 27 53

Pct. .763 .614 .602 .571 .560 .556 .528 .500 .459

Years 2004-12 1985-93 1993-00 2012-- 1980-84 1971-77 2000-04 1977-80 1984-85

W 161 115 93 56 51 50 45 27 12

L 50 76 83 44 32 40 53 27 9

Pct. .763 .602 .528 .560 .614 .556 .459 .500 .571

Years 2004-12 2012-- 1985-93 1993-00 2000-04

W 80 32 40 44 22

L 32 24 35 55 35

Pct. .714 .571 .533 .444 .386

By Victories Coach Aaron Roussell Susan Brower Susan Zawacki Carissa Sain Knoche Diann Nestel Patricia Kirby Jennifer Kroll Marcia Hurt Kevin McCarthy

UAA Coach Aaron Roussell Carissa Sain Knoche Susan Brower Susan Zawacki Jennifer Kroll

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History & Records Individual & Team Records Individual Most Points

•Career: 1,924 •Season: 580 •Game: 43

Most Free Throws Attempted

Gretchen Gates (1982-86) Gretchen Gates (1985-86) Gretchen Gates (v. Colo. College, ‘85-86)

Most Field Goals Made •Career: 847 •Season: 248 •Game: 17

Gretchen Gates (1982-86) Gretchen Gates (1985-86) Gretchen Gates (3 times)

Most Field Goals Attempted •Career: 1,519 •Season: 448 •Game: 26

Gretchen Gates (1982-86) Gretchen Gates (1985-86) Gretchen Gates (v. Lawrence, ‘85-86)

Highest Field Goal Percentage •Career: .558 •Season: .624

Gretchen Gates (1982-86) Claire Devaney (2013-14)

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Made •Career: 193 •Season: 62 •Game: 6

Bryanne Halfhill (2008-12) Bryanne Halfhill (2010-11) Bryanne Halfhill (v. Wheaton, ‘10-11); (v. IWU, ‘11-12); Korry Schwanz (v. Lake Forest, 04-05); Laura Hebel (v. Defiance, ‘01-02); Amy Still (v. CMU, ‘95-96); Vicki Wittman (v. Fontbonne, ‘92-93)

•Career: 583 •Season: 204 •Game: 17

Meghan Herrick (2008-12) Meghan Herrick (2010-11) Paula Markovitz (v. Valparaiso, ‘77-78)

Highest Free Throw Percentage •Career: .882 •Season: .932

Most Rebounds

•Career: 1,056 •Season: 322 •Game: 26

Most Assists

•Career: 391 •Season: 131 •Game: 13

Most Steals

•Career: 234 •Season: 78 •Game: 9

Most Blocked Shots •Career: 220 •Season: 58 •Game: 7

Korry Schwanz (2003-07) Korry Schwanz (2006-07)

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Most Rebounds •Season: •Game:

1,254 67

(2007-08) (v. Lawrence, ‘85-86)

Kim Dennis (1992-96) Bryanne Halfhill (2010-11); Kim Dennis (1994-95) Janae Winner (v. Concordia Chicago ‘05-06)

Highest Field Goal Percentage

Kristin Maschka (1987-91) Catherine Fitzgerald (1991-92) Catherine Fitzgerald (v. Wis. Lutheran, ‘91-92)

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted

Kate Poneta (1993-97) Kate Poneta (1994-95) Kate Poneta (v. N. Central, ‘95-96, ‘94’95)

768 45

(2010-11) (v. Rockford, ‘92-93)

Most Field Goals Attempted •Season: •Game:

1,715 88

•Season: •Game:

.448 .638

(2010-11) (v. Wis. Lutheran, ‘90-91)

(2010-11) (v. Wash-St. Louis, 2016)

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Made •Season: •Game:

201 14

•Season: •Game:

570 34

(2013-14) (v. Brandeis, ‘05-06)

(2013-14) (v. Carthage, ‘14-15)

Highest 3-Pt. Field Goal Pct. (min. 5 made) •Season: •Game :

.383 .875

(1995-96) (v. Elmhurst, ‘96-97)

Most Free Throws Made •Season: •Game:

441 37

(2010-11) (v. Brandeis, ‘13-14)

Most Free Throws Attempted •Season: •Game:

Bryanne Halfhill (2008-12) Bryanne Halfhill (2010-11) Korry Schwanz (v. Brandeis, 05-06)

617 49

(2010-11) (v. NYU, ‘01-02)

Highest Free Throw Pct. (min. 10 made) •Season: •Game:

.782 1.000

(2013-14) (v. Carnegie Mellon, ‘89-90)

Most Assists •Season: •Game:

Joann Torres (2008-12) Joann Torres (2010-11)

Meghan Herrick (2008-12) Meghan Herrick (2010-11) Paula Markovitz (v. Valparaiso, ‘77-78)

(2010-11) (v. Olivet Nazarene, ‘85-86); (v. Rockford, ‘92-93)

•Season: •Game:

492 34

(2010-11) (v. Rockford, ‘92-93)

326 30

(1992-93) (v. Rockford, ‘92-93)

Most Steals •Season: •Game:

Most Free Throws Made •Career: 375 •Season: 146 •Game: 17

•Season: 2,162 •Game: 101

Most Field Goals Made

Highest 3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage

•Career: .439 •Season: .525

Most Points

Gretchen Gates (1982-86) Maria Del Favero (1986-87) Helen Strauss (v. Washington, Mo. ‘80-81)

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted •Career: 577 •Season: 173 •Game: 12

Team

Most Blocked Shots All-American Kristin Maschka

•Season: •Game:

129 11

(2009-10) (v. Hope, ‘94-95)

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History & Records Career & Season Statistical Leaders Points Career

1,924 1,399 1,299 1,226 1,180 1,111 1,101 1,089 1,073 1,064

Season

580 474 436 434 416 409 407 362 361 356

Assists Career Gretchen Gates Nofi Mojidi Kristin Maschka Korry Schwanz Susie Gutowski Jenny Costello Molly Hackney Nadya Shmavonian Bryanne Halfhill Meghan Herrick

1982-86 2004-08 1987-91 2003-07 2002-06 1994-98 2006-10 1977-81 2008-12 2008-12

Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Taylor Simpson Nofi Mojidi Meghan Herrick Nofi Mojidi Susie Gutowski Bryanne Halfhill

1985-86 1984-85 1982-83 1983-84 2010-11 2006-07 2010-11 2005-06 2004-05 2010-11

Career (min. 50 games) 22.9 14.9 14.3 14.3 13.6 12.3 11.8 11.5 11.0

Season

26.4 22.5 21.8 20.7 20.0 18.0 16.4 15.9 15.0 14.5

1,056 759 687 669 663 652 616 613 563 545

Season 322 309 296 271 271 258 229 228 226 218

131 131 120 116 109 108 108 106 105 103

Kim Dennis Catherine Fitzgerald Bryanne Halfhill Kristin Maschka Janae Winner Dana Allison Meghan Herrick Jamie Stinson Jaimie Bleck Korry Schwanz

1992-96 1989-93 2008-12 1987-91 2002-06 1997-01 2008-12 2006-10 1999-03 2003-07

Bryanne Halfhill Kim Dennis Kristin Maschka Catherine Fitzgerald Janae Winner Catherine Fitzgerald Karen Walsh Jaimie Bleck Catherine Fitzgerald Dana Allison

2010-11 1994-95 1989-90 1991-92 2005-06 1989-90 1984-85 2001-02 1990-91 2000-01

Kristin Maschka Nofi Mojidi Catherine Fitzgerald Kim Dennis Bryanne Halfhill Paula Lepka Kate Hemker Alex Leach Heather Gammel Jenny Costello

1987-91 2004-08 1989-93 1992-96 2008-12 2000-04 1996-00 2005-09 1990-94 1994-98

Catherine Fitzgerald Bryanne Halfhill Kim Dennis Catherine Fitzgerald Kristin Maschka Kim Dennis Kristin Maschka Nofi Mojidi Kristin Maschka Nofi Mojidi

1991-92 2010-11 1994-95 1990-91 1988-89 1992-93 1987-88 2006-07 1989-90 2004-05

Steals Career

Gretchen Gates Nadya Shmavonian Kristin Maschka Vadis Cothran Nofi Mojidi Korry Schwanz Susie Gutowski Janet Torrey Jenny Costello

1982-86 1977-81 1987-91 1974-77 2004-08 2003-07 2002-06 1977-81 1994-98

Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Nadya Shmavonian Nadya Shmavonian Nofi Mojidi Maria Del Favero Kristin Maschka Nofi Mojidi

1985-86 1984-85 1982-83 1983-84 1979-80 1980-81 2006-07 1986-87 1987-88 2005-06

Rebounds Career

391 361 329 316 291 291 284 284 280 260

Season

Scoring Average

234 226 220 218 213 137 136 135 131 130

Season

78 77 70 68 66 65 64 63 63 59

Nofi Mojidi poured in 1,399 points from 2004-08

Blocked Shots Career

Gretchen Gates Kate Poneta Taylor Simpson Kate Hemker Nicaya Rapier Molly Hackney Kathleen Abbott Maria Del Favero Kristin Maschka Susie Gutowski

1982-86 1993-97 2008-12 1996-00 2004-08 2006-10 1991-95 1984-87 1987-91 2002-06

Maria Del Favero Gretchen Gates Taylor Simpson Gretchen Gates Helen Straus Gretchen Gates Beth Woods Taylor Simpson Kate Hemker Gretchen Gates

1986-87 1985-86 2010-11 1982-83 1981-82 1984-85 1988-89 2011-12 1999-00 1983-84

220 164 118 116 115 97 91 68 64 61

Season

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Kate Poneta Molly Hackney Anna Woods Kate Hemker Ellie Greiner Kristin Maschka Kathleen Abbott Gretchen Gates Susie Gutowski Taylor Simpson

1993-97 2006-10 2006-10 1996-00 2011-15 1987-91 1991-95 1982-86 2002-06 2008-12

Kate Poneta Kate Poneta Kate Poneta Kate Poneta Ellie Greiner Molly Hackney Molly Hackney Kathleen Abbott Molly Hackney Kate Hemker Gretchen Gates

1994-95 1993-94 1996-97 1995-96 2012-13 2008-09 2007-08 1992-93 2006-07 1997-98 1984-85

Nicaya Rapier grabbed 663 rebounds from 2004-08

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History & Records Career & Season Statistical Leaders Field Goals Made Career

847 545 531 452 430 424 410 390 388 378

Season

248 212 194 193 165 158 151 150 146 144

Field Goal Percentage

Gretchen Gates Nofi Mojidi Kristin Maschka Molly Hackney Susie Gutowski Korry Schwanz Kate Poneta Bryanne Halfhill Jenny Costello Taylor Simpson

1982-86 2004-08 1987-91 2006-10 2002-06 2003-07 1993-97 2008-12 1994-98 2008-12

Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Taylor Simpson Nofi Mojidi Maria Del Favero Molly Hackney Kristin Maschka Kristin Maschka

1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 2010-11 2006-07 1986-87 2007-08 1989-90 1988-89

Free Throws Made Career

375 297 289 272 260 236 230 230 223 220

Season

146 125 107 103 100 87 84 84 84 82

Meghan Herrick Susie Gutowski Catherine Fitzgerald Kim Dennis Jenny Costello Nofi Mojidi Paula Lepka Gretchen Gates Dana Allison Kristin Maschka

2008-12 2002-06 1989-93 1992-96 1994-98 2004-08 2000-04 1982-86 1997-01 1987-91

Meghan Herrick Paula Markovitz Susie Gutowski Catherine Fitzgerald Meghan Herrick Meghan Herrick Britta Nordstrom Dana Allison Gretchen Gates Kim Dennis

2010-11 1977-78 2004-05 1991-92 2011-12 2009-10 2013-14 2000-01 1985-86 1992-93

Bryanne Halfhill Vicki Wittman Korry Schwanz Alex Leach Janae Winner Kim Burke Julie Muguira Laura Hebel Elizabeth Nye Joann Torres

2008-12 1991-95 2003-07 2005-09 2002-06 1988-92 2011-14 1999-03 2014-2008-12

Bryanne Halfhill Laura Hebel Julie Muguira Vicki Wittman Kim Burke Elizabeth Nye Bryanne Halfhill Bryanne Halfhill Vicki Wittman Korry Schwanz Korry Schwanz

2010-11 2001-02 2013-14 1993-94 1990-91 2015-16 2011-12 2008-09 1992-93 2005-06 2004-05

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62 52 51 50 49 49 48 48 47 45 45

.564 .558 .547 .546 .532 .486 .478 .475 .475 .471

Britta Nordstrom Gretchen Gates Claire Devaney Taylor Simpson Amy Gleisner Kim Dennis Nofi Mojidi Angel Korer Maria Del Favero Nicaya Rapier

Season (min. 100 attempts)

.624 .603 .587 .579 .576 .564 .556 .555 .554 .551

Claire Devaney Britta Nordstrom Amy Gleisner Hannah Ballard Gretchen Gates Taylor Simpson Taylor Simpson Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Kathleen Abbott

2013-1982-86 2011-15 2008-12 1996-00 1992-96 2004-08 2000-04 1984-87 2004-08

2013-14 2015-16 1999-00 2011-12 1983-84 2011-12 2010-11 1984-85 1985-86 1993-94

Career (min. 150 attempts)

.882 .842 .821 .775 .762 .759 .754 .753 .732 .726

.932 .869 .860 .845 .842 .836 .827 .824 .824 .821

Korry Schwanz Morgan Donovan Kristin Maschka Stephanie Anderson Susie Gutowski Taylor Simpson Janae Winner Claire Devaney Angel Korer Paula Lepka

Season (min. 50 attempts) Korry Schwanz Janae Winner Morgan Donovan Korry Schwanz Morgan Donovan Kristin Maschka Morgan Donovan Kristin Maschka Kristin Maschka Korry Schwanz

2003-07 2011-15 1987-91 2013-2002-06 2008-12 2002-06 2011-15 2000-04 2000-04

Korry Schwanz led the nation in free throw percentage in 2006-07

2006-07 2003-04 2013-14 2004-05 2014-15 1989-90 2012-13 1988-89 1987-88 2003-04

3-Pt. FG Percentage

193 174 161 109 108 94 92 89 87 87

Season

Free Throw Percentage

3-Pt. Field Goals Made Career

Career (min. 450 attempts)

Career (min. 50 made)

.439 .390 .385 .383 .370 .369 .367 .362 .359 .356

Joann Torres Julie Muguira Vicki Wittman Elizabeth Nye Amy Still Morgan Donovan Jamie Stinson Dana Kaplan Korry Schwanz Laura Hebel

Season (min. 20 made)

.525 .469 .443 .435 .435 .429 .427 .406 .405 .403

Joann Torres Korry Schwanz Jenny Costello Amy Still Vicki Wittman Dana Kaplan Vicki Wittman Joann Torres Jamie Stinson Julie Muguira

2008-12 2011-14 1991-95 2014-1995-98 2011-15 2006-10 2007-11 2003-07 1999-03

2010-11 2005-06 1994-95 1995-96 1992-93 2010-11 1993-94 2011-12 2009-10 2012-13

Bryanne Halfhill hit 193 career 3-point field goals

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History & Records Ratner Center Records Individual

Year by Year Records

Team

Most Points •Chicago: 32 •Visitor: 39

Susie Gutowski (vs. Northland, 11/20/04) Kelly Manning, Washington (2/25/06)

Most Rebounds •Chicago: 19 •Visitor: 20

Taylor Simpson (vs. Case, 1/28/11) Loren Wagner, Rochester (N.Y.) (2/9/14); Jessica McEntee, NYU (1/26/07)

Most Field Goals •Chicago: 12 •Visitor: 14

Taylor Simpson (vs. Carnegie Mellon, 1/30/11) Kelly Manning, Washington (2/25/06)

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals •Chicago: 6 Bryanne Halfhill (vs. Wheaton, Ill., 12/1/10); (vs. Ill. Wesleyan, 12/3/11) Korry Schwanz (vs. Lake Forest, 11/30/04) •Visitor: 7 Kristy Freeman, Lake Forest (11/30/04); Gabrielle West, Carnegie Mellon (2/21/14) Most Free Throws •Chicago: 12 Nofi Mojidi (vs. Washington, 2/25/06) •Visitor: 13 Elyse Lambert, Monmouth (11/23/03); Megan Dawe, NYU (1/17/14) Most Assists •Chicago: 9 •Visitor: 9

Janae Winner (vs. Brandeis, 1/20/06), (vs. Rochester, 2/18/05) Four tied with

Most Steals •Chicago: 7 •Visitor: 12

Nofi Mojidi (vs. Concordia Chicago, 11/23/04) Lexi Baltes, IWU (12/7/13)

Most Blocked Shots •Chicago: 6 Molly Hackney (vs. Baruch, 11/18/07) •Visitor: 6 Four tied with

Most Points •Chicago: •Visitor:

97 vs. Brandeis (1/19/14) 97 Lake Forest (11/30/04)

Most Rebounds •Chicago: 62 •Visitor: 51

vs. MSOE (1/2/10) Rochester (2/13/15) Carthage (12/1/13); Johns Hopkins (12/9/06); Rochester (2/6/04)

Most Field Goals •Chicago: 40 vs. MSOE (1/3/08) •Visitor: 36 Washington-St. Louis (1/5/13) Most 3-Pt. Field Goals •Chicago: 14 vs. Carnegie Mellon (2/21/14) vs. Brandeis (1/20/06) •Visitor: 12 Wheaton (Ill.) (12/1/10); NYU (2/8/09); Illinois Wesleyan (12/3/11) Most Free Throws •Chicago: 37 vs. Brandeis (1/19/14) •Visitor: 39 Carnegie Mellon (2/12/16)

Player Susie Gutowski Korry Schwanz Taylor Simpson Meghan Herrick Elizabeth Nye Nofi Mojidi Maggie Ely Nofi Mojidi Molly Hackney

Opponent (Date) Northland (11/20/04) Lake Forest (11/30/04) Carnegie Mellon (1/30/11) Carthage (11/28/09) Carnegie Mellon (2/12/16) Washington (2/25/06) Coe (11/16/13) Washington (3/1/08) Baruch (11/18/07)

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Overall

Year

UAA

W

L Pct.

W

L Pct.

2003-04

5

6 .455

3

4 .429

2004-05

11

3 .786

6

1 .857

2005-06

6

5 .545

2

5 .286

2006-07

10

3 .769

4

3 .571

2007-08

12

1 .923

7

0 1.000

2008-09

8

4 .667

4

3 .571

2009-10

10

3 .769

6

1 .857

2010-11

11

0 1.000

7 0 1.000

2011-12

16

1 .941

7

0 1.000

2012-13

5

7 .417

3

4 .429

2013-14

9

5 .643

4

3 .571

2014-15

9

2 .818

6

1 .857

2015-16

10

3 .769

5

2 .714

Total

122 43 .739

64 27 .703

Most Assists •Chicago: 28 vs. Carnegie Mellon (2/10/12) •Visitor: 25 NYU (1/22/06) Most Steals •Chicago: •Visitor:

23 vs. Concordia Chicago (11/23/04) 20 Case (1/16/04)

Most Blocked Shots •Chicago: 9 vs. Hope (12/13/14) vs. Rochester (2/13/15) vs. Emory (2/15/15) vs. Case (2/21/10); vs. Baruch (11/18/07); vs. Monmouth (3/2/12); vs. Marian (1/9/12) •Visitor: 10 Washington-St. Louis (1/8/05)

Both Teams Most Points 183 Lake Forest 97, Chicago 86

(11/30/04) Carnegie Mellon 93, Chicago 90 (OT) (2/12/16)

Longest Game 1 Overtime Four times

Chicago RAC Scoring Highs Pts. 32 31 28 26 26 26 25 25 25

Chicago RAC Firsts Pts. 24 24 24 24 23 23 23 23

Player Julie Muguira Bryanne Halfhill Morgan Herrick Britta Nordstrom Claire Devaney Molly Hackney Taylor Simpson Taylor Simpson

Opponent (Date) UW-Whitewater (11/19/13) UW-Platteville (12/30/10)

Washington (2/25/12) Brandeis (1/24/16) Rochester (2/9/14) Coe (11/22/09) Macalester (11/19/11) Case (1/28/11)

Game/Win: Chicago 79, Monmouth 51 (11/22/03) UAA Game: Case 66, Chicago 62 (1/16/04) UAA Win: Chicago 66, Emory 51 (1/18/04) O.T Game: Chicago 70, Washington, Mo. 67 (1/8/05) Points: Paula Lepka vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) Field Goal: Susie Gutowski vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) 3-Pt. FG: Paula Lepka vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) Free Throw: Paula Lepka vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) Rebound: Susie Gutowski vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) Assist: Janae Winner vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) Steal: Daniela Lieber vs. Monmouth (11/22/03) Block: Paula Lepka vs. Monmouth (11/22/03)

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History & Records Series Records vs. All Opponents Opponent Adams State Adrian Air Force Augsburg Augustana (Ill.) Aurora

W 0 1 0 2 2 10

L 1 1 1 0 3 3

First ‘85-86 ‘89-90 ‘78-79 ‘05-06 ‘75-76 ‘81-82

Last ‘85-86 ‘91-92 ‘78-79 ‘08-09 ‘87-88 ‘06-07

Baruch Beloit Benedictine Bethany Lutheran Blackburn Brandeis Brown Bucknell

1 10 12 1 2 34 2 0

0 1 5 0 2 22 3 1

‘07-08 ‘82-83 ‘78-79 ‘11-12 ‘97-98 ‘88-89 ‘74-75 ‘82-83

‘07-08 ‘87-88 ‘12-13 ‘11-12 ‘05-06 ‘15-16 ‘79-80 ‘82-83

Caldwell 1 Calvin 1 Capital 1 Carleton 0 Carnegie Mellon 40 Carroll 1 Carthage 7 Case Western Reserve 36 Centre 1 Chapman 1 Chicago State 1 Coe 4 Colorado College 4 Concordia (Mich.) 1 Concordia (Minn.) 1 Concordia (Wis.) 1 Concordia Chicago 17 Cornell (Iowa) 0 Cortland State 1

0 2 0 1 16 1 7 11 0 0 9 1 0 0 0 0 13 2 0

‘87-88 ‘97-98 ‘14-15 ‘01-02 ‘87-88 ‘08-09 ‘81-82 ‘86-87 ‘13-14 ‘08-09 ‘72-73 ‘82-83 ‘85-86 ‘84-85 ‘07-08 ‘98-99 ‘72-73 ‘82-83 ‘01-02

‘87-88 ‘11-12 ‘14-15 ‘01-02 ‘15-16 ‘09-10 ‘15-16 ‘15-16 ‘13-14 ‘08-09 ‘88-89 ‘13-14 ‘01-02 ‘84-85 ‘07-08 ‘98-99 ‘05-06 ‘82-83 ‘01-02

Defiance DePaul Dominican (Ill.) Dyke

0 1 2 0

1 1 2 1

‘01-02 ‘72-73 ‘72-73 ‘86-87

‘01-02 ‘74-75 ‘05-06 ‘86-87

Earlham Eastern Illinois Edgewood Elmhurst Emory Eureka

1 1 1 6 36 1

0 3 0 1 19 0

‘99-00 ‘74-75 ‘07-08 ‘79-80 ‘88-89 ‘81-82

‘99-00 ‘79-80 ‘07-08 ‘08-09 ‘15-16 ‘81-82

Fontbonne Franklin

2 0

0 1

‘92-93 ‘11-12 ‘99-00 ‘99-00

George Williams Goucher Greensboro Greenville Grinnell

3 1 1 2 4

5 0 0 3 0

‘75-76 ‘88-89 ‘10-11 ‘74-75 ‘78-79

‘81-82 ‘88-89 ‘10-11 ‘78-79 ‘83-84

Hanover Harvard Haverford Hendrix Hope

1 0 1 0 1

1 1 0 1 4

‘04-05 ‘82-83 ‘98-99 ‘03-04 ‘94-95

‘10-11 ‘82-83 ‘98-99 ‘03-04 ‘14-15

Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois College Illinois State Illinois Tech Illinois Wesleyan

0 2 1 2 9 6

3 2 0 1 0 4

‘75-76 ‘73-74 ‘84-85 ‘75-76 ‘95-96 ‘02-03

‘77-78 ‘76-77 ‘84-85 ‘79-80 ‘15-16 ‘15-16

Johns Hopkins Judson

6 2

8 0

‘88-89 ‘06-07 ‘82-83 ‘93-94

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Opponent Kalamazoo Kean Knox

W 5 0 10

L 4 1 0

First ‘95-96 ‘07-08 ‘76-77

Last ‘08-09 ‘07-08 ‘85-86

Lake Forest Lakeland Lawrence Lewis Loras Loyola Chicago Luther

18 1 8 2 7 2 1

11 2 0 2 4 0 1

‘76-77 ‘01-02 ‘83-84 ‘74-75 ‘81-82 ‘73-74 ‘91-92

‘15-16 ‘10-11 ‘86-87 ‘95-96 ‘15-16 ‘78-79 ‘10-11

1 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 4 5 1 0 7 7

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0

‘11-12 ‘08-09 ‘11-12 ‘79-80 ‘88-89 ‘81-82 ‘97-98 ‘75-76 ‘74-75 ‘82-83 ‘12-13 ‘98-99 ‘99-00 ‘73-74

‘11-12 ‘14-15 ‘12-13 ‘79-80 ‘88-89 ‘81-82 ‘97-98 ‘94-95 ‘86-87 ‘11-12 ‘12-13 ‘98-99 ‘15-16 ‘87-88

0 10 18 4 0 2 6 0 22

1 7 5 2 1 0 3 1 36

‘80-81 ‘72-73 ‘74-75 ‘73-74 ‘79-80 ‘03-04 ‘72-73 ‘79-80 ‘87-88

‘80-81 ‘10-11 ‘15-16 ‘88-89 ‘79-80 ‘04-05 ‘76-77 ‘79-80 ‘15-16

Oberlin Olivet Olivet Nazarene Otterbein

4 4 2 0

0 0 3 1

‘75-76 ‘90-91 ‘73-74 ‘95-96

‘14-15 ‘11-12 ‘85-86 ‘95-96

Pacific Lutheran Penn Presentation Puget Sound

1 1 1 1

0 1 0 0

‘15-16 ‘76-77 ‘07-08 ‘15-16

‘15-16 ‘77-78 ‘07-08 ‘15-16

Quincy

1

3

‘76-77 ‘79-80

Redlands Rhodes Ripon Robert Morris (Ill.) Rochester (N.Y.) Rockford

1 1 4 1 37 9

0 1 4 0 23 0

‘91-92 ‘03-04 ‘83-84 ‘94-95 ‘84-85 ‘73-74

‘91-92 ‘07-08 ‘86-87 ‘94-95 ‘15-16 ‘13-14

St. Catherine St. Francis, (Ill.) St. Mary’s (Ind.) St. Mary’s (Md.) St. Mary’s (Minn.) St. Norbert St. Thomas (Minn.) St. Vincent St. Xavier Savannah A&D Smith Spring Arbor Swarthmore

2 1 12 1 4 5 1 1 5 2 1 0 1

0 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

‘97-98 ‘77-78 ‘81-82 ‘96-97 ‘91-92 ‘83-84 ‘07-08 ‘14-15 ‘77-78 ‘98-99 ‘86-87 ‘98-99 ‘76-77

‘05-06 ‘77-78 ‘12-13 ‘96-97 ‘09-10 ‘07-08 ‘07-08 ‘14-15 ‘81-82 ‘02-03 ‘86-87 ‘98-99 ‘76-77

1 1 1 0

0 0 1 1

‘87-88 ‘15-16 ‘04-05 ‘04-05

‘87-88 ‘15-16 ‘13-14 ‘04-05

Macalester Manchester Marian (Wis.) Marquette Maryville McKendree Middlebury Millikin MIT Monmouth (Ill.) Mount St. Joseph Mount Union MSOE Mundelein National Education North Central North Park Northeastern Illinois Northern Illinois Northland Northwestern Notre Dame NYU

Taylor Texas-Dallas Thomas More Trinity (Texas)

Opponent Trinity Christian Trinity International Valparaiso Wartburg Washington-St. Louis Wesleyan Wheaton (Ill.) Whitman Whittier Williams Wis. Lutheran Wis.-Eau Claire Wis.-Green Bay Wis.-La Crosse Wis.-Oshkosh Wis.-Parkside Wis.-Platteville Wis.-River Falls Wis.-Stevens Point Wis.-Stout Wis.-Superior Wis.-Whitewater Wittenberg

W 0 7

L 2 0

First Last ‘86-87 ‘87-88 ‘75-76 ‘92-93

1

7

‘76-77 ‘86-87

0 14 0 14 1 1 1 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 2

1 49 1 16 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 4 1 1 12 2

‘89-90 ‘80-81 ‘03-04 ‘75-76 ‘05-06 ‘02-03 ‘84-85 ‘90-91 ‘96-97 ‘80-81 ‘10-11 ‘86-87 ‘81-82 ‘10-11 ‘02-03 ‘02-03 ‘01-02 ‘12-13 ‘86-87 ‘88-89

‘89-90 ‘15-16 ‘03-04 ‘14-15 ‘05-06 ‘02-03 ‘84-85 ‘95-96 ‘11-12 ‘80-81 ‘10-11 ‘86-87 ‘81-82 ‘10-11 ‘02-03 ‘15-16 ‘01-02 ‘12-13 ‘14-15 ‘06-07

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History & Records Honor Roll Jostens Trophy Winner Taylor Simpson

All-UAA 1st/2nd Team 2011-12

All-America Taylor Simpson Morgan Herrick Meghan Herrick Taylor Simpson Susie Gutowski Catherine Fitzgerald Kristin Maschka Kristin Maschka Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates

2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2004-05 1990-91 1990-91 1989-90 1985-86 1984-85

Academic All-America Taylor Simpson Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates

2011-12 1985-86 1984-85

NCAA Walter Byers Award Kristin Maschka

1990-91

NCAA Postgraduate Scholar Kristin Maschka

1990-91

NCAA Division III Statistical Champion Korry Schwanz (FT pct.)

2006-07

D3 News Freshman All-America Bryanne Halfhill

2008-09

All-Midwest Conference (1982-87) Maria Del Favero Madelyn Detloff Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates Gretchen Gates

1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84

UAA Player of the Year Morgan Herrick Taylor Simpson Kristin Maschka

2011-12 2010-11 1989-90

UAA Rookie of the Year Olariche Obi Molly Hackney Korry Schwanz Susie Gutowski

2015-16 2006-07 2003-04 2002-03

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Britta Nordstrom Elizabeth Nye Claire Devaney Morgan Donovan Claire Devaney Julie Muguira Britta Nordstrom Morgan Herrick Taylor Simpson Meghan Herrick Meghan Herrick Taylor Simpson Bryanne Halfhill Morgan Herrick Molly Hackney Meghan Herrick Jamie Stinson Molly Hackney Bryanne Halfhill Molly Hackney Nofi Mojidi Nofi Mojidi Korry Schwanz Nofi Mojidi Susie Gutowski Korry Schwanz Susie Gutowski Korry Schwanz Susie Gutowski Angel Korer Angel Korer Kealey Mayer Kate Hemker Sarah Fox Kate Hemker Jenny Costello Kate Hemker Kate Poneta Kathleen Abbott Kate Poneta Vicki Wittman Kathleen Abbott Catherine Fitzgerald Kristin Maschka Catherine Fitzgerald Kristin Maschka Allison Heyne Kristin Maschka Christine Bork Kristin Maschka Kathy Fitzpatrick

2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2014-15 2013-14 2013-14 2013-14 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2004-05 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1998-99 1997-98 1997-98 1996-97 1994-95 1993-94 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1990-91 1989-90 1989-90 1988-89 1988-89 1987-88 1987-88

2012 Jostens Trophy Winner Taylor Simpson

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History & Records UAA Basketball History Year by Year Results Year Champion (UAA Record) 1987-88 Washington (5-2) 1988-89 Chicago, NYU, Washington (9-3) 1989-90 Washington (14-0) 1990-91 Carnegie Mellon (12-2) 1991-92 Washington (12-2) 1992-93 Washington (12-2) 1993-94 Washington (13-1) 1994-95 Washington (12-2) 1995-96 NYU (13-1) 1996-97 NYU (13-1) 1997-98 Washington (13-1) 1998-99 Washington (14-0) 1999-00 Washington (15-0) 2000-01 NYU, Washington (14-1) 2001-02 Washington (14-0) 2002-03 Washington (13-1) 2003-04 NYU, Washington (11-3) 2004-05 Washington (11-3) 2005-06 Washington (13-1) 2006-07 NYU, Washington (12-2) 2007-08 Chicago (11-3) 2008-09 Washington (13-1) 2009-10 Washington (13-1) 2010-11 Chicago (14-0) 2011-12 Chicago (14-0) 2012-13 Emory (12-2) 2013-14 Washington (13-1) 2014-15 Chicago, Washington (12-2) 2015-16 Washington (11-3)

Player of the Year Patti McCrudden, NYU Patti McCrudden, NYU Kristin Maschka, Chicago Karen Hermann, Washington Michele Lewis, Washington Donna Layne, NYU Donna Layne, NYU Ashley Gordon, Emory Marsha Harris, NYU Marsha Harris, NYU Alia Fischer, Washington Alia Fischer, Washington Alia Fischer, Washington Tasha Rodgers, Washington JeNine Nickerson, Case Laura Crowley, Washington Rachel Wojdowski, NYU Kelly Manning, Washington Kelly Manning, Washington Jessica McEntee, NYU Jaime Capra, Brandeis; Jessica McEntee, NYU Jessica McEntee, NYU Jessica Chapin, Brandeis Taylor Simpson, Chicago Morgan Herrick, Chicago Evy Iacono, Case Melissa Gilkey, Washington Melissa Gilkey, Washington Alexandra Leslie, Rochester Lisa Murphy, Carnegie Mellon

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NCAA Tournament History 2011-12 First Round (Chicago, Ill.) Chicago 75, Monmouth 68 Second Round (Chicago, Ill.) Chicago 56, Wisconsin-Eau Claire 52 Round of 16 (Chicago, Ill.) Calvin 68, Chicago 50

Stephanie Seibert, Emory Hallie Hutchens, Washington Susie Gutowski, Chicago Korry Schwanz, Chicago Jamie Capra, Brandeis Shanna-Lei Dacanay, Washington Molly Hackney, Chicago Alex Hoover, Washington Jackie Cortese, Carnegie Mellon Brit Phillips, Carnegie Mellon Hannah Lilly, Emory Melissa Gilkey, Washington Megan Dawe, NYU Lisa Murphy, Carnegie Mellon Alexandra Leslie, Rochester Olariche Obi, Chicago

2010-11 First Round (Grand Rapids, Mich.) Chicago 76, Hanover 62 Second Round (Grand Rapids, Mich.) Chicago 67, Calvin 62 Round of 16 (Crestview Hills, Ky.) Chicago 87, Greensboro 61 Quarterfinals (Crestview Hills, Ky.) Washington-St. Louis 63, Chicago 58

2009-10 First Round (Bloomington, Ill.) Simpson 66, Chicago 53

2007-08 First Round (Stevens Point, Wis.) Chicago 62, St. Thomas (Minn.) 59 Second Round (Stevens Point, Wis.) Chicago 65, St. Norbert 52 Round of 16 (Union, N.J.) Kean 70, Chicago 56

1994-95 First Round (Decatur, Ill.) Millikin 70, Chicago 53

2011-12 UAA Player of the Year Morgan Herrick

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Traditions The “C” Logo The University of Chicago athletics emblem underwent several changes during the institution’s early years. The first football team in 1892 sported no recognizable emblem on its uniforms. In an effort to provide the team with an identity, the letters “UC” were cut out of brown paper and pasted on the players’ uniforms. In the spring of 1893, the emblem was modified into the form of a monogram that the baseball team incorporated on its uniforms. A single letter was used for the first time in 1894 when the football and track squads displayed an oblong “C” on their uniforms. That emblem remained in existence until 1897 when it was replaced by a “C” in large, round type. Then in 1898, Maroon teams adopted the Chicago “C” emblem, which has been worn to the present day.

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Maroon, Maroons & The Phoenix Maroon and “Maroons” became the University of Chicago’s official color and nickname, respectively, at a meeting of students and faculty on May 5, 1894. Before the University held its first classes on October 1, 1892, the Board of Trustees had selected goldenrod (yellow) as the school’s official color. By 1894, however, Chicago’s legendary football coach Amos Alonzo Stagg believed that a change was necessary. “The yellow ran, soiled easily, and had a regrettable symbolism which our opponents might not be above commenting upon,” said Stagg in his autobiography, Touchdown! Because maroon was not already in use by any major school in the Midwest, Stagg and his associate J.E. Raycroft brought a selection of maroon shades to the 1894 meeting of students and faculty. The meeting attendees made a choice from those ribbons, and the baseball team appeared in that color during its final games of the 1894 season. On July 21, 1894, the first mention of a U. of C. athletic team as “Maroons” appeared in the Chicago Tribune in an article about the baseball team. The Phoenix – which is featured as part of the University’s official coat of arms, or shield – serves as the school’s mascot. The University of Chicago Board of Trustees adopted the shield in 1910.

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Athletics at UChicago Overview The University of Chicago Department of Athletics and Recreation aims to enrich the life of the whole person. We are invested in competitive excellence as we challenge our student-athletes to develop into their best selves as athletes, teammates, students and ultimately, citizens of the world. As athletes they embody physical strength and learn the value of movement to incorporate healthy activity and habits into their lives. Through sport we are committed to teaching how to work collaboratively to reach performance goals, how to embrace diversity of thought and culture, how to persevere through failure with resiliency, how to compete with integrity. We strive to engage our community through fitness and recreation to encourage holistic and healthy living, to build confidence, and to confront challenges physically and mentally.

The UAA UChicago, which sponsors 19 intercollegiate sports, is a charter member of the University Athletic Association, an NCAA Division III conference formed in 1986 as a bold statement of what college athletics can and should be — that it is highly desirable and possible for a group of committed institutions to seek excellence in athletics while holding the student-athlete and the institution’s academic mission as the center of focus. The eight members of the UAA include Brandeis University, Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, Emory University, New York University, the University of Chicago, the University of Rochester, and Washington University in St. Louis. With its membership in the UAA, UChicago offers its student-athletes the opportunity to compete against athletes and teams from among the top research institutions in the country, as well as travel opportunities comparable to those offered by members of major Division I conferences. UChicago has played a major role in helping the UAA attain its goal of achieving the proper balance between athletics and academics. In Reclaiming the Game: College Sports and Education Values, author William Bowen –– president of the Mellon Foundation –– posed the question, “How has the UAA managed to mount what is, by all signs, a successful intercollegiate program without paying the academic price that is so evident in other similar college athletics conferences?” Bowen continued, “The active involvement of the University of Chicago, with its emphasis on core academic values, has without question been a help in achieving and maintaining this policy.”

Success on the Playing Field In 2015-16, UChicago finished 14th in the nation among 323 NCAA Division III institutions in the final standings for the Learfield Directors’ Cup, which recognizes the top overall athletic programs in the country. UChicago teams notched national top-15 finishes in men’s tennis (top 4), women’s tennis (top 8), women’s swimming and diving (14th) and men’s swimming and diving (14th). That same year, the Maroons also featured 30 All-Americans, 39 national qualifiers, 25 all-region selections, 3 UAA MVPs and 122 All-UAA performers.

Athletes & Academic Excellence The intercollegiate program at the University of Chicago directly supports the College’s commitment to excellence, and helps to produce scholar-athletes whose primary focus is on their academic achievements. The University of Chicago has a long history of outstanding student-athletes who have distinguished themselves in the classroom. During the University of Chicago’s early years as a member of the Big Ten Conference, the athletics program counted numerous distinguished scholar-athletes among its ranks, including 1910 Rhodes Scholar Edwin Hubble, a basketball player who later became a distinguished scientist for whom the Hubble Space Telescope is named. UChicago has furthered that tradition in recent years as its student-athletes have continued to compile an extraordinary record of academic and athletic accomplishment, highlighted by four Rhodes Scholars since 1996, and 302 UAA All-Academic Recognition Award recipients in 2015-16.

Award-Winning Facility In the fall of 2003, Chicago Athletics entered a new era with the opening of the $51 million Gerald Ratner Athletics Center. Designed by famed architect Cesar Pelli, the 150,000-square-foot facility includes a 1,658-seat competition gymnasium which is home to the Chicago basketball, volleyball, and wrestling teams. In addition to the competition gymnasium, the facility features the 50-meter Myers-McLoraine Pool, the Bernard J. DelGiorno Fitness Center, a dance room, classrooms, the Athletics Hall of Fame, locker rooms and offices. In short, the University of Chicago provides student-athletes with what might be the best balance in higher education: an extraordinary commitment to academic excellence recognized all over the world, a high-quality intercollegiate athletics program consistent with its academic mission, unique conference travel and competition, and outstanding athletics and recreational facilities.

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The University of Chicago Ranked in 2016 as the nation’s thirdleading university by U.S. News & World Report, the University of Chicago is one of the world’s great intellectual communities and centers of learning. It has achieved particular distinction in faculty scholarship, the training of graduate students, and for its renowned undergraduate education that emphasizes critical thinking, intellectual depth, and cultural breadth. Founded in 1890 by John D. Rockefeller, the University opened its doors for classes on October 1, 1892, with an enrollment of 594 students. President William Rainey Harper presided over a faculty of 103, which included eight former college presidents. Today, the University features a total enrollment of approximately 14,467 students — including 5,369 undergraduates — and a 2,168-member faculty. The University is private, nondenominational, and coeducational, and it includes the undergraduate College, four graduate divisions, six graduate professional schools, the library, the Graham Center of General Studies, and the University of Chicago Press. The University also features several cultural resources, including the Oriental Institute Museum, Court Theatre, Renaissance Society, and the Smart Museum of Art. Extending along both sides of the Midway Plaisance, which was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and used for the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, the University occupies a 190-acre campus. The English collegiate Gothic style set the general tone for the design and development of the campus. Around a series of tree-shaded quadrangles, imposing buildings of gray limestone with red-tile roofs, and deep-set rectangular windows show off elaborate ornamentation, gargoyles and chimeras, and decorated towers. These quadrangles are dominated by Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, with its 207-foot tower, and by the Joseph Regenstein Library, one of the largest academic libraries in the United States. Many campus structures have been designated national historic landmarks, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House and the site of the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear reaction marked by the Henry Moore sculpture Nuclear Energy. Chicago has had a major impact on American higher education — inventing the four-quarter system, developing extension courses and programs in the liberal arts for adults, establishing a coherent program of general education for undergraduates, and initiating a full-time medical school teaching faculty. Chicago also pioneered orientation week and gives the nation’s oldest teaching awards. Since the University’s founding, more than 80 recipients of the Nobel Prize have been students, researchers, or faculty. The University is located in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, one of the world’s most exciting and vibrant cities. About 65 percent of the University’s faculty and their families and nearly all of its students live in the Hyde Park neighborhood. One of Chicago’s biggest tourist attractions, the Museum of Science and Industry, is located here, as well as the DuSable Museum of African-American History and the Weiss Museum of Judaica. Just 15 minutes north of Hyde Park is the Chicago Loop, where students and faculty regularly attend an array of theater, movies, art exhibits, museums, and restaurants. Some of Chicago’s main cultural attractions are the Art Institute, the Lyric Opera, the Chicago Symphony, the Goodman Theatre, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Scores of other professional and community theater, dance, and visual arts organizations are active in the city. Architecturally, Chicago is the home of many major developments in 20th-century architecture and urban design. One of the nation’s greatest sports cities, Chicago is the home of two Major League Baseball teams – the White Sox and the Cubs – as well as the National Basketball Association Bulls, the National Football League Bears, the National Hockey League Blackhawks, the Major League Soccer Fire, and the Women’s National Basketball Association Sky.

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University President Robert J. Zimmer On July 1, 2006, Robert J. Zimmer became the 13th President of the University of Chicago. Prior to his appointment as President, Zimmer was a University of Chicago faculty member and administrator for more than two decades specializing in the mathematical fields of geometry, particularly ergodic theory, Lie groups, and differential geometry. As a University of Chicago administrator, Zimmer served as Chairman of the Mathematics Department, Deputy Provost, and Vice President for Research and for Argonne National Laboratory. He also served as Provost at Brown University from 2002-2006, returning to Chicago in 2006 to become President of the University. As President of the University, he serves as Chair of the Board of Governors of Argonne National Laboratory and Chair of the Board of Directors of Fermi Research Alliance LLC, the operator of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. Among other boards, he is chairman of the Board of Directors of the Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE) and a member of the Board of Directors of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. He serves on the President’s Committee on the National Medal of Science, and is on the executive committee of the Council on Competitiveness. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. President Zimmer is the author of two books, Ergodic Theory and Semisimple Groups (1984) and Essential Results of Functional Analysis (1990), and more than 80 mathematical research articles. The recipient of an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellowship, he served on the Board of Mathematical Sciences of the National Research Council from 1992 to 1995, and was on the executive committee from 1993 to 1995. Zimmer held the title of Max Mason Distinguished Service Professor of Mathematics at Chicago before leaving for Brown, where he was the Ford Foundation Professor of Mathematics in addition to being Provost. President Zimmer earned his A.B., summa cum laude, from Brandeis University in 1968 and a Ph.D. in mathematics from Harvard University in 1975. He joined the Chicago faculty as an L.E. Dickson Instructor of Mathematics in 1977. He was also on the faculty of the U.S. Naval Academy from 1975 to 1977. He has held visiting positions at Harvard University and at institutions in Israel, France, Australia, Switzerland, and Italy.

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UAA & NCAA Division III The UAA

NCAA Division III

In 1987, Chicago became a charter member of a new and unique NCAA Division III conference, the University Athletic Association. Comprised of some of the nation’s leading research institutions, UAA members include Brandeis University, Carnegie Mellon University, Case Western Reserve University, Emory University, New York University, the University of Rochester, and Washington University in St. Louis. Since its founding, the UAA has continued to serve as a bold statement of the vision of its founders — that the pursuit of academic and athletic excellence are complementary goals and can be achieved without the compromise of one by the other. Implicit in this vision are three assumptions: • The academic enterprise is the primary element. Studentathletes are just that — students first and athletes second. • Athletic excellence is not to be confused with a win-at-allcosts attitude. It properly relates to the caliber of experience offered to students who participate in intercollegiate athletics. • Athletics should not only complement the academic experience, but should also reflect the quality of the academic environment within which they exist. Division III is an approach to athletics — not a synonym for third-rate. Since joining the UAA, Chicago teams have captured 55 conference championships, made 80 NCAA tournament appearances, and posted 12 national top-four finishes. In addition, the Maroons have claimed 17 NCAA individual titles and three have been selected as the national player of the year.

The University of Chicago has competed at the NCAA Division III level since it was established in 1973. The largest of the three NCAA Divisions, Division III counted as members 450 institutions (19 percent public, 81 percent private) in 2015-16.

The UAA in Theory • Academic excellence and athletic excellence are not mutually exclusive. • The academic enterprise is the primary element. • Athletic excellence properly relates to the caliber of experience offered to students. • Athletic programs should reflect the quality of the academic environment within which they exist. • A consistent and challenging level of athletic competition should be provided for both women and men.

The UAA in Practice • In 2015-16, 37 student-athletes from UAA institutions were recognized as Capital One Academic All-Americans and nine were named NCAA Postgraduate or Fulbright Scholars. • 148 UAA student-athletes received All-American honors with 30 garnering individual/relay national championships or national Player of the Year accolades. • In 2015-16 NCAA championship competition, 22 UAA teams finished in the top 10 in their national championships, while another 17 finished in the top 20.

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What is the NCAA Division III? • Division III features student-athletes who are subject to the same admission standards, academic standards, housing, and support services as the general student body. Division III studentathletes are not permitted to receive athletically-related financial aid. • Division III offers an intense and competitive athletics environment for student-athletes who play for the love of the game, without the obligation of an athletics scholarship. • Division III athletics departments place special importance on the impact of athletics on the participants rather than on the spectators. The student-athlete’s experience is of paramount concern. • Division III athletics provides a well-rounded collegiate experience that involves a balance of rigorous academics, competitive athletics, and the opportunity to pursue the multitude of other co-curricular and extra-curricular opportunities. • Division III places primary emphasis on regional in-season and conference competition, while also offering 36 national championships annually. • Division III playing season and eligibility standards minimize conflicts between athletics and academics, allowing studentathletes to focus on their academic programs and the achievement of a degree. • Division III athletics departments are dedicated to offering broad-based programs with a high number and wide range of athletics participation opportunities for both men and women. • Division III affords student-athletes the opportunity to discover valuable lessons in teamwork, discipline, perseverance, and leadership, which in turn make student-athletes better students and responsible citizens. • Division III encourages student-athletes to take advantage of the many opportunities available to them, both within and beyond athletics, so that they may develop their full potential as students, athletes, and citizens.

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