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Candace Martino

Redshirt Sophomore 5-7 | Guard Pittsburgh, Pa. Bethel Park

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Courtni Green

Sophomore 5-7 | Guard Winchester, Va. Millbrook

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Jodi Salyer

Brenna Williams

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Senior 6-3 | Center South Riding, Va. Freedom

Sophomore 6-0 | Guard/Forward Newport News, Va. Woodside

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Redshirt Freshman 5-10 | Guard Roanoke, Va. Staunton River

Kelsey Buchanan

Jade Clark

Sophomore 6-0 | Forward Ashburn, Va. St. John’s College HS

32 Grace Dewey

Freshman 6-2 | Forward Falls Church, Va. The Potomac School

Freshman 5-8 | Guard Wilmington, Del. Ursuline

Alecia Bell

Joy Caracciolo

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Erika Brown

Freshman 5-7 | Guard Haledon, N.J. Paterson Kennedy

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Hannah Jardine

Freshman 6-1 | Forward St. John’s, Newfoundland O’Donel

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Akeema Richards Senior 5-7 | Guard Baltimore, Md. Western

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Shanice Johnson

Redshirt Sophomore 6-1 | Forward Manassas, Va. Stonewall Jackson

Freshman 6-0 | Forward Chester, Pa. Cardinal O’Hara

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Junior 6-3 | Center Northport, N.Y. Northport

18th Season Lock Haven ‘86

Stephanie Leon

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QUICK FACTS University Facts Location.................................................................... Newark, Del. 19716 Founded...........................................................................................1743 Enrollment..............................................................17,000 Undergraduate Nickname.................................................................................. Blue Hens Official Mascot............................................................................. YoUDee Colors............................................ Blue (PMS 2945c) & Yellow (PMS 109c) Affiliation.........................................................................NCAA Division I Conference........................................... Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Home Facility............... Frank E. Acierno Arena in the Bob Carpenter Center Administration President.....................................................................Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Delegate......................................... Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................... Eric Ziady Dep. Dir. of Athletics & Rec. Ser./Special Asst. to the President.....Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects... Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Development................................................ Tim Ford Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance... Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Facilities & Operations.........................Dr. Susan Groff-Costa Associate AD/Business..........................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations.......................... Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services...........................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance........................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Media Relations..............................................Scott Selheimer Assistant AD/Operations........................................................ Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Sports Medicine......................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Athletic Training..................................................Dan Watson Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions....................................Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Ticket Operations...............................................Trent Bartling 2012-13 Women’s Basketball Season in Review Overall Record ..................................................................................32-4 CAA Record | Finish ...............................................................18-0 | First Home | Away | Neutral ............................................... 14-2 | 13-1 | 5-1 Postseason Play....................................................................................5-1 Back-to-Back CAA Champions | NCAA Sweet 16 Appearance Defeated Drexel, 59-56, in CAA Finals Defeated West Virginia and #13 UNC in NCAA Tourney Lost, 62-69, to #7 Kentucky in NCAA Sweet 16 2013-14 Women’s Basketball Season Preview Starters Returning/Lost .......................................................................1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................................6/7 Newcomers/2012-13 Redshirts...............................................................8 Top Returnees....................................... Akeema Richards, Kelsey Buchanan Key losses... Elena Delle Donne, Lauren Carra, Danielle Parker, Trumae Lucas Delaware Women’s Basketball History First Year of Women’s Basketball ........................................ 1971-72 (8-4) All-Time Record .................................................................677-435 (.609) All-Time CAA Record ......................................................... 155-61 (.718) All-Time CAA Tournament Record ..........................................19-11 ( .633) CAA Titles | Last.........................................................................2 | 2013 NCAA Championships........................................................................ n/a NCAA Tournament Appearances | Last........................................4 | 2013 All-Time NCAA Tournament Record.......................................................3-4 2013-14 CREDITS The 2013-14 University of Delaware Women’s Basketball Media Guide was designed and edited by Maggie Hayon, Assistant Sports Information Director. Written content and editorial assistance was provided by Scott Selheimer, Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations/Sports Information; Kevin Tritt, Assistant Sports Information Director; and Jessica Calderone, Sports Information Intern. The UD Athletics Media Relations Office would like to thank the Colonial Athletic Association and opposing team sports information offices for providing information. Photography credits: Mark Campbell (henshots.com), Chris Permar, Chris Mlynarczyk, Dave Yoblick, Colonial Athletic Association and University of Delaware Photo Services.

GENERAL INFORMATION Quick Facts..................................................................................... 1 President Dr. Patrick T. Harker.......................................................... 2 Athletics Director Eric Ziady............................................................. 3 Media Relations/Social Media Information....................................... 4 2013-14 BLUE HENS 2013-14 Roster............................................................................... 6 Roster Breakdown........................................................................... 7 Head Coach Tina Martin............................................................8-11 Associate Head Coach Jeanine Radice............................................ 12 Assistant Coach Tiara Malcom....................................................... 13 Assistant Coach Tom Lochner......................................................... 14 Director of Operations Allison Daly................................................ 15 Returning Players.....................................................................16-21 Alecia Bell..................................................................... 16 Kelsey Buchanan........................................................... 17 Jade Clark.................................................................... 18 Courtni Green............................................................... 19 Stephanie Leon.............................................................. 20 Akeema Richards.......................................................... 21 Newcomers/Redshirts..............................................................22-25 Team Photos.................................................................................. 26 2013-14 OPPONENTS Rhode Island, Temple, Wake Forest................................................. 28 Monmouth, Rider, SIUE.................................................................. 29 Howard, Princeton, Youngstown State............................................. 30 Lehigh, Vermont, St. John’s............................................................. 31 Hofstra, William & Mary, James Madison....................................... 32 UNCW, Drexel, College of Charleston............................................ 33 Northeastern, Towson.................................................................... 34 All-Time vs. 2013-14 Opponents...............................................35-36 2012-13 SEASON IN REVIEW Elena Delle Donne....................................................................38-39 Statistics....................................................................................... 40 Results.......................................................................................... 41 Game-by-Game.......................................................................42-44 Leaders...................................................................................45-46 Game Highs/Lows...................................................................47-54 Individual Points-Rebounds-Assists.............................................55-56 Overall/Conference Statistics......................................................... 57 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2013 Standings............................................................................ 58 2013 All-CAA Teams.................................................................... 58 2013 Post-Season Play.................................................................. 59 CAA Individual Leaders............................................................60-61 CAA Team Leaders...................................................................62-63 About the CAA........................................................................64-66 BLUE HEN HISTORY All-Time Results/Accomplishments.................................................. 68 All-Time Coaches.......................................................................... 68 Year-by-Year Results.................................................................69-75 All-Time Opponents....................................................................... 76 All-Time Letterwinners.................................................................... 77 Team Records...........................................................................78-79 Individual Records....................................................................80-83 Season Records........................................................................84-87 Career Records........................................................................88-93 Year-by-Year Leaders................................................................94-97 Single Game Leaders..............................................................98-101 All-Time Honors...................................................................102-103 Post-Season Records.............................................................104-106 vs. Top 25 Opponents.................................................................. 107 Attendance Records..................................................................... 108 Arena Records.....................................................................109-112 ABOUT DELAWARE Staff Directory......................................................................114-115 Head Coaches............................................................................ 115 Athletics Facilities.................................................................116-117 What is a Blue Hen?.................................................................... 118 About the University of Delaware..........................................119-120 Notable Blue Hens....................................................................... 121

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DR. PATRICK T. HARKER head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

PRESIDENT CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1983-84 University of California, Santa Barbara Asst. Professor of Geography 1984-87 University of Pennsylvania Asst. Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School 1986-88 University of Pennsylvania Coordinator of the Decision Sciences Ph.D. Program 1989 Stanford University Visiting Scholar 1987-91 University of Pennsylvania Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School 1989-94 University of Pennsylvania Director, Fishman-Davidson Center for Study of Service Sector 1991-92 United States White House Special Asst. to the Director, FBI, White House Fellow 1991--00 University of Pennsylvania Professor, The Wharton School 1993-94 University of Pennsylvania Coord. Operations and Information Management Ph.D. Program 1994-96 University of Pennsylvania Professor, Senior Fellow, The Wharton School 1997-99 University of Pennsylvania Chairman, Dept. of Ops. & Info Man. The Wharton School 1999-00 University of Pennsylvania Interim Dean, The Wharton School 2000-07 University of Pennsylvania Dean and the Reliance Professor, The Wharton School 2007-Pres. University of Delaware President Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering.

President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012.

In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance.

Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.

In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research.

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ERIC ZIADY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1988 Providence College 1989 Northeastern University 1989-90 Northeastern University 1991-94 Northeastern University 1994 Northeastern University 1994-98 Northeastern University 1998-04 Boston College 2004-10 Boston College 2010-12 Boston College 2012-Pres. University of Delaware

Bachelor’s Degree - Political Science Master’s Degree - Sports Management Graduate Assistant - Athletics Business Manager - Athletics Master’s Degree - Business Administration Asst. Director of Athletics - Finance & Administration Asst. Director of Athletics Associate Director of Athletics - Business Operations Senior Associate Director of Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services

Eric Ziady, who spent the previous 23 years working in the highest levels of collegiate athletics administration in the Boston area, was named the new Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware on Oct. 10, 2012. Ziady (pronounced “zee-aidy”), 47, a native of Andover, Mass., becomes just the fifth Director of Athletics at Delaware since 1940. He replaces Bernard Muir, who left UD in July, 2012 after three years at the helm to become Director of Athletics at Stanford University. “We’re so glad that Eric is joining UD as our new athletic director,” said UD President Patrick Harker in announcing Ziady’s hiring. “He’s wholly committed to students’ academic and athletic success. He’s an incredibly strong financial administrator and a proven revenue-generator. He understands the conference landscape, and can help us navigate through the issues of conference alignment. And he absolutely shares our most fundamental goal: to educate student-athletes who will lead in competition, in the classroom and in the community.” Ziady arrives at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Delaware’s current Colonial Athletic Association and former America East conference rival Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. He heads a University of Delaware athletics and recreation services department that sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports, including 13 women’s sports. Delaware captured three Colonial Athletic Association team titles a year ago, had three teams post first round wins in the NCAA Tournament, and finished second among CAA schools in the NCAA Division I National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Directors’ Cup standings. A vibrant recreation services department sponsors over 30 club sports and over 30 intramural programs. “I am humbled and proud to accept the offer to become the University of Delaware’s next director of athletics,” said Ziady. “I understand the rich history and tradition of Delaware athletics and I can’t wait to work with this fine group of coaches, administrators, and staff as we go forward in the years ahead and build upon that great legacy. We are excited to settle our family in the Newark community and build the next chapter of our lives as part of the Delaware family.” At Atlantic Coast Conference member Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). In 2010 Ziady negotiated the six-year, multi-million dollar sponsorship agreement with Under Armour that outfitted all 31 Eagle sport programs and provided finan-

cial support for the department. The sponsorship was the largest in the history of BC Athletics. Delaware also holds a sponsorship agreement with Under Armour. Ziady most recently served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. “Eric Ziady is one of the finest athletics administrators I’ve ever been around,” said Gene DeFilippo, Boston College director of athletics from 1997 until 2012. “He is incredibly bright and enthusiastic and was an integral part of our management team at Boston College. Within a very short period of time, everyone in the Delaware athletics community will realize what a great selection the University has made. We are all very excited for Eric and his family.” A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster and support groups. In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference (now America East) and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city. “We are excited about having Eric join the University of Delaware athletics family,” said Blue Hen women’s basketball head coach Tina Martin. “He has the right kind of mindset to lead Delaware at a very exciting time. I’m looking forward to working with him for many years to come.” Ziady and his wife, Lauren, have three children, Matthew (5), Lindsey (4), and Courtney (2). Lauren recently earned her PhD in counseling psychology from Northeastern University.

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MEDIA RELATIONS Internet Services All University of Delaware Athletics information (news, stats and game stories) is available on the net at www.bluehens.com. The site is updated on a daily basis, with game stories available generally one hour after each game and cumulative statistics usually within 24 hours after the last game. In addition, University of Delaware football and men’s and women’s basketball media notes are available on the internet. The notes are on the internet in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader (available for free at www.adobe.com). Notes are usually available either the day before or morning of a game. Additionally, live stats for all University of Delaware home games will be available on the website. A complete running play-by-play and box score for each game can be viewed at the website. Also live video is available for all home games at www.bluehens.com. CREDENTIALS/PRESS ROW Requests for press credentials and parking passes should be made to Scott Selheimer, Athletics Media Relations Office, University of Delaware, Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, DE 19716. Please make arrangements at least two days in advance of each game. Press Row at the Bob Carpenter Center/Acierno Arena is located at courtside opposite the player and game officials’ benches. All press guests are required to show a pass for admittance to the arena.

STAFF Scott Selheimer Asst. AD, Media Relations selheime@udel.edu

Athletics Media Relations Bob Carpenter Center Room 262 631 S. College Ave. Newark, DE 19716 Fax: (302) 831-7206 www.bluehens.com

Kevin Tritt Assistant SID ktritt@udel.edu

Maggie Hayon Assistant SID WBB Contact mhayon@udel.edu O: (302) 831-6389 C: (920) 912-6635

Jessica Calderone Sports Info Intern jesscald@udel.edu

Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu

The media entrance is located in the rear of the building on the east side of the Bob Carpenter Center. BROADCAST ACCOMMODATIONS Facilities are available for radio broadcasting from Press Row. Stations intending to broadcast the contests should notify the Athletics Media Relations Office as far in advance of the game as possible. Three business phone lines are available for visiting broadcasters, including an ISDN line. The Ticket 1290 AM in Wilmington, Del. and members of the Blue Hen Basketball Radio Network have the exclusive broadcast rights to all Delaware basketball games and as such are the official University of Delaware basketball commercial broadcast outlet in Delaware. Television stations wishing to broadcast should follow the procedure for radio broadcasts.

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IN-GAME SERVICES Working media members will be provided with game programs, notes and other developments of interest during the game. Complete statistics will be distributed at halftime and following the game. In addition, courtside monitors provide up-to-date statistics throughout the game. GAMEDAY INTERVIEWS Delaware head coach Tina Martin holds a press conference in the BCC auditorium approximately 10 minutes after the game following a cooling off period and her postgame show with the Blue Hen Basketball Radio Network. Selected players will also be available as well, usually while Coach Martin is conducting her radio interview. The University of Delaware locker room is closed to members of the media during regular season competition. Quote sheets will be done by the UD Athletics Media Relations staff for both teams, if requested, and will be available in the media room. Pregame interview requests for players or coaches should also be made prior to gameday. Approval is on a case-by-case basis. NON-GAMEDAY INTERVIEWS All requests to interview players or coaches during the week should be made through the Athletics Media Relations Office and at least one day in advance so that academic or athletic schedules are not disrupted.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 BLUE HENS

2013-14 roster No. Name

Yr.

1 Candace Martino

Ht.

Hometown/High School (Previous School)

r-So. G

5-7

Pittsburgh, Pa./Bethel Park (Akron)

2 Courtni Green *

So.

G

5-7

Winchester, Va./Millbrook

3

Fr.

G

5-7

Paterson, N.J./Paterson Kennedy

4 Jodi Salyer

r-Fr.

G

5-10 Roanoke, Va./Staunton River

10

Brenna Williams

Fr.

G

5-8

Wilmington, Del./Ursuline

12

Hannah Jardine

Fr.

F

6-1

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada/O’Donel

13 Kelsey Buchanan ***

Sr.

C

6-3

South Riding, Va./Freedom

14 Alecia Bell *

So.

G/F

6-0

Newport News, Va./Woodside

15 Akeema Richards **

Sr.

G

5-7

Baltimore, Md./Western (West Virginia)

23 Jade Clark *

So.

F

6-0

Ashburn, Va./St. John’s College HS (D.C.)

24 Joy Caracciolo

r-So. F

6-1

Manassas, Va./Stonewall Jackson (Boston College)

25

Shanice Johnson

Fr.

F

6-0

Chester, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara

32

Grace Dewey

Fr.

F

6-2

Falls Church, Va./The Potomac School

33 Stephanie Leon ** C

Jr.

C

6-3

Northport, N.Y./Northport

Erika Brown

C

C

* Letters Earned

C

Pos.

Captain

Head Coach: Tina Martin | Lock Haven ’86 | 18th Season at Delaware | 341-181 overall/Delaware Associate Head Coach: Jeanine Radice | Fordham ’89 ‘90 | 18th Season Assistant Coaches:

Tiara Malcom | Delaware ’05 ‘11 | 8th Season

Tom Lochner | Temple ’89 | La Salle ‘06 | 3rd Season

Director of Basketball Operations: Alli Daly | Saint Francis (Pa.) ’11 | 1st Season Women’s Basketball Athletic Trainer: Kelly Stafford, ATC | Delaware ’08 | 2nd Season Senior Student Athletic Trainer: Jessica Bonnett Strength & Conditioning Coach: Trevor Williams | Delaware ‘08 | 2nd Season Sports Information Contact: Maggie Hayon | Marquette ’08 | 2nd Season | mhayon@udel.edu Managers: Adrienne Curington, Peter Stevens, Kwaku Banahene PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 4 | Jodi Salyer | soll - yur 14 | Alecia Bell | uh - LEESH - uh 15 | Akeema Richards | uh - KEEM - uh 24 | Joy Caracciolo | car - ACH - ee - olo 33 | Stephanie Leon | lee - OWN AHC | Jeanine Radice | ruh - DEESE

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN Newfoundland

DELAWARE (1) Brenna Williams - Wilmington MARYLAND (1) Akeema Richards - Baltimore NEW JERSEY (1) Erika Brown - Paterson NEW YORK (1) Stephanie Leon - Northport

ALPHABETICAL 14 3 13 24 23 32 2 12 25 33 1 15 4 10

Alecia Bell Erika Brown Kelsey Buchanan Joy Caracciolo Jade Clark Grace Dewey Courtni Green Hannah Jardine Shanice Johnson Stephanie Leon Candace Martino Akeema Richards Jodi Salyer Brenna Williams

BY POSITION GUARD 14 Alecia Bell 3 Erika Brown 2 Courtni Green 1 Candace Martino 15 Akeema Richards 4 Jodi Salyer 10 Brenna Williams FORWARD 24 Joy Caracciolo 23 Jade Clark 32 Grace Dewey 12 Hannah Jardine 25 Shanice Johnson CENTER 13 Kelsey Buchanan 33 Stephanie Leon

PENNSYLVANIA (2) Shanice Johnson - Chester Candace Martino - Pittsburgh VIRGINIA (7) Alecia Bell - Newport News Kelsey Buchanan - South Riding Joy Caracciolo - Manassas Jade Clark - Ashburn Grace Dewey - Falls Church Courtni Green - Winchester Jodi Salyer - Roanoke CANADA (1) Hannah Jardine St. John’s, Newfoundland

ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY SENIORS 13 Kelsey Buchanan 15 Akeema Richards JUNIORS 33 Stephanie Leon SOPHOMORES 14 Alecia Bell 24 Joy Caracciolo 23 Jade Clark 2 Courtni Green 1 Candace Martino FRESHMEN 3 Erika Brown 32 Grace Dewey 12 Hannah Jardine 25 Shanice Johnson 4 Jodi Salyer 10 Brenna Williams

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 COACHING STAFF

TINA MARTIN head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

HEAD COACH || 18TH SEASON AT DELAWARE || 18th OVERALL || lock haven ‘86

One of the most successful coaches in University of Delaware history, Tina Martin completed her 17th season at the helm of the Blue Hen women’s basketball team during the 2012-13 campaign. A native of Williamsport, Pa., Martin was hired May 14, 1996 to replace Joyce Perry, who led the Hens for 18 years. Martin signed a five-year contract extension in 2012 that will keep her at Delaware through the 2016-17 season. During her tenure, Martin has transformed the Blue Hens into perennial championship contenders, first in the America East Conference and currently in the Colonial Athletic Association, which Delaware joined during the 2001-02 campaign.

CAREER RESUME Year

Record

ConfERENCE Highlights

1996-97...... 9-19............ 6-12 (7th).......... 1997-98...... 6-21............ 3-15 (10th)........ 1998-99...... 16-11.......... 10-8 (5th).......... America East Quarterfinals 1999-00...... 21-8............ 13-5 (3rd)......... America East Semifinals 2000-01...... 26-5............ 17-1 (1st).......... NCAA East Regionals

America East Champions

America East Coach of the Year

2001-02...... 23-7............ 15-3 (2nd)......... WNIT Tournament

CAA Semifinals

2002-03...... 22-9............ 15-3 (t-1st)........ WNIT Tournament

CAA Tournament Runner-Up

CAA Regular Season Co-Champions

2003-04...... 19-10.......... 10-8 (4th).......... CAA Tournament Semifinals 2004-05...... 25-6............ 16-2 (1st).......... WNIT Tournament

CAA Tournament Runner-Up

CAA Regular Season Champions

CAA Co-Coach of the Year

2005-06...... 22-8............ 13-5 (3rd) ........ WNIT Tournament

CAA Tournament Semifinals

2006-07...... 26-6............ 16-2 (3rd) ........ NCAA Tournament

CAA Tournament Semifinals

2007-08...... 7-24............ 6-12 (9th) ......... CAA Tournament 1st Round 2008-09...... 15-15.......... 7-11 (9th).......... CAA Tournament 1st Round 2009-10...... 21-12.......... 11-7 (5th).......... WNIT Tournament

CAA Tournament Semifinals

2010-11...... 20-14.......... 10-8 (t-5th)........ WNIT Tournament

CAA Tournament Runner-Up

2011-12...... 31-2............ 18-0 (1st).......... CAA Regular Season Champions

CAA Tournament Champions

NCAA Tournament Second Round

CAA Coach of the Year

2012-13...... 32-4............ 18-0 (1st).......... CAA Regular Season Champions

CAA Tournament Champions

NCAA Tournament Sweet 16

Totals..... 341-181... 204-102

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In 17 seasons, Martin has led UD women’s basketball to an overall record of 341-181 (.653) while posting a mark of 204-102 (.667) in regular season league play. Martin leads the CAA with 174 conference victories, the most for active CAA coaches and second all-time. On Jan. 13, 2013, Martin coached her 500th career game, a 63-46 win at Old Dominion. Martin has coached the most games and is the winningest coach in Delaware men’s and women’s basketball history. Under Martin’s guidance, Delaware has recorded 20-win seasons in 11 of the last 14 seasons and made postseason appearances in 10 of the last 13 years, including four in the NCAA and six in the WNIT. The Hens have placed fourth or better in league play all but four times during Martin’s tenure and have advanced to the league championship semifinals or better 12 times in the last 14 years, including five appearances in the CAA Championship Game. This past season, Martin led one of the most illustrious squads in Delaware history as the Hens saw another record-breaking year. UD finished the season with an incredible 32-4 mark, went undefeated in CAA play for the second consecutive year and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history. The Hens finished atop the CBI Mid-Major Poll for the second straight season while receiving a No. 15 spot in the Associated Press Poll and a No. 16 spot in the USA Today/Coaches Poll. Delaware also recorded a school-record 27 straight victories, besting the team’s streak of 21 consecutive wins during the 2011-12 slate, and good for third nationally behind Baylor and Notre Dame. Dating to the 2010-11 season, Martin has led UD to 37 straight CAA regular season wins, a mark that is good for second nationally behind Baylor and the most in the league since Old Dominion won 95 consecutive contests from 1995 to 2001. Martin guided the Blue Hens to a No. 6 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, where Delaware defeated No. 11 West Virginia, 66-53, before upsetting No. 3 North Carolina, 78-69, at a sold-out Bob Carpenter Center to advance to the Sweet 16. UD was unable to make a comeback against No. 2 Kentucky as the Hens ended their run with a 69-62 loss to the Wildcats in Bridgeport, Conn. Martin was instrumental in the development of the team’s seven sensational seniors that included three 1,000-point career scorers in Lauren Carra, Elena Delle Donne and Danielle Parker, two 1,000 career rebounders (Delle Donne and Parker) and a second-overall WNBA draft pick (Delle Donne). Delle Donne, one of Delaware’s most decorated student-athletes, wrapped up her time with the Blue Hens as a four-time All-American, three-time CAA Player of the Year and atop 11 career record lists and holds countless single season and single game records while Parker finished her career with the most rebounds and games played in Delaware women’s basketball history. During the 2012-13 campaign, Martin’s Blue Hens saw nearly 70,000 fans pass through the turnstiles of the Bob Carpenter Center, an average of over 4,000 per game at the 5,000-seat venue. Delaware sold out “The Bob” five times throughout the year, including hosting a record crowd of 5,098 for a

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61-60 win over James Madison on Feb. 24, 2013. In total, nearly 104,000 spectators saw Martin’s squad compete in person during the 2012-13 season. The Hens were also featured nationally various times on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and the Comcast Sports Network. The 2011-12 Blue Hens collected a record-breaking year with a 31-2 record while going undefeated in CAA play and winning the first postseason game in school history. Delaware set a previous school record for wins in a season including a record 21 straight victories and claimed the first CAA Tournament title in UD history. The Hens earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and posted a 73-42 win over Arkansas Little Rock, the first postseason win by a men’s or women’s basketball team in school history. Delaware ended the year ranked No. 14 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll after climbing as high as No. 7 in early March. Along the way, Martin earned her 300th career victory on Feb. 12 when the Blue Hens defeated Georgia State, 94-56, while recording the most points scored by UD in Martin’s tenure. For her efforts, Martin was named the CAA Coach of the Year for the third time in her career. On Jan. 6, 2011, Martin became the winningest men’s or women’s basketball coach at Delaware, earning her 267th career victory with a 61-51 win over Northeastern. After a 6-21 campaign in 1997-98, Martin led the Blue Hens to a 16-11 record in 1998-99 and a 21-8 mark and a trip to the America East semifinals in 1999-2000. The team’s 21-8 record was the best for a Delaware team since the 1989-90 season. It all came together during the 2000-01 slate for the Hens as Martin led an experienced Delaware squad to the finest season in school history at the time. UD put together a record of 26-5, setting records for wins in a season and consecutive victories (17) while cruising to the America East regular season title with a 17-1 mark. The Hens moved through the America East Tournament, defeating Boston University and Hartford in the first two rounds before rallying to defeat host Vermont in the championship game. That victory gave Delaware its first ever America East title, the team’s first conference championship since 1991 and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance. The Hens advanced to the NCAA East Regionals at North Carolina State and hung tough with the 19th ranked Wolfpack before falling 76-57. UD also received its first ever votes in the USA Today Top 25 Poll during the season. Among other milestones during the season included Martin winning the America East Coach of the Year Award for the first time and senior guard Cindy Johnson earning All-America East honors for the third straight year. Martin was instrumental in development of Johnson, a 5-8 guard who became Delaware’s all-time leading scorer and was the first UD player to be invited to the WNBA Draft Camp in 2002. Delaware made it two straight post-season appearances in 2001-02. As first year members of the CAA, Martin helped guide the Blue Hens to a 23-7 record, the second highest win total in school history at the time. She was runner-up for league Coach of the Year honors. Delaware placed second in the CAA regular season standings behind nationally-ranked Old Dominion with a mark of 15-3 while advancing to the CAA Tournament semifinals. UD earned its first ever WNIT berth before falling to Atlantic 10 regular season champion George Washington, 78-71, in the opening round. The remarkable string of success continued in 2002-03 as Martin led an un-

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heralded team to a 22-9 record and a 15-3 league mark, tying Old Dominion for the regular season title. It marked the first time since 1992-93 that the Monarchs did not win the league regular season title outright. The Hens moved through the CAA Tournament before falling to host ODU, 66-58, in the championship game. Still, Delaware qualified for the WNIT for the second straight year, falling to host Saint Joseph’s, 65-47, in the opening round. Once again, Martin finished as runner-up for CAA Coach of the Year honors. CAA Co-Defensive Player of the Year Allison Trapp earned a WNBA tryout the following season. The 2003-04 team barely reached the 20-win plateau, but did enjoy a successful season, going 19-10, placing fourth in the CAA regular season with a record of 10-8 and advancing to the CAA semifinals before falling to eventual champion Old Dominion. The 2004-05 squad produced one of the finest seasons in school history as Martin led the team to a 25-6 mark while going 16-2 in the CAA. Delaware claimed the CAA regular season title and tied the school record for consecutive wins in a season with 17. UD ended Old Dominion’s 122-game home CAA win streak with its victory in Norfolk in January and then became the first CAA team since the 1992-93 Richmond Spiders to sweep Old Dominion in the regular season. The Hens received votes in the USA Today Top 25 Poll over the second half of the season. Delaware fell in the CAA Championship game, 78-74, to Old Dominion, but did earn a berth into the WNIT. The Hens hosted St. John’s in their third WNIT appearance in four years and came up short, 48-42 to the Red Storm. Martin earned CAA Co-Coach of the Year honors, sharing the title with Drexel’s Denise Dillon. The winning ways continued in 2005-06 as UD posted a record of 22-8, placed third in the CAA regular season standings and advanced to the CAA Tournament semifinals before falling to James Madison in the final seconds. The Hens still earned their fifth post-season appearance in six seasons, advancing to the WNIT for the fourth time before a 64-57 loss to Pittsburgh in the opening round. During the 2006-07 campaign, Delaware tied the school record with 26 wins and tied the school record for conference wins with 16. The Blue Hens also received votes in the AP Top 25 Poll for the first time in school history. With a win over Hofstra on January 4, Martin became the quickest men’s or women’s basketball coach to reach the 200-victory plateau.

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UD fell in the CAA semifinals to James Madison that season, but garnered the school’s first ever at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. The Hens were unable to come up with a victory as Michigan State defeated Delaware, 69-58, in Lansing, Mich.

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Tyresa Smith, who was the CAA Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, became the first Delaware player to be drafted into the WNBA that spring when the Phoenix Mercury selected her with the 18th overall pick. Having graduated four key members of the NCAA Tournament team, the Blue Hens suffered a 7-24 season in 2007-08 before bouncing back and securing a .500 record of 15-15 in 2008-09. In 2009-10, Delaware returned to dominance with a solid 21-12 season highlighted by CAA semifinal and WNIT appearances. The Hens smashed their previous attendance record having seated over 16,000 more than ever before that season and lost seven games by five points or less. UD ended its season by dropping a 67-49 game to Richmond in the opening round of the WNIT. Despite a loss in the CAA Championship as the No. 7 seed in the 2010-11 season, the Blue Hens secured 20 wins for the ninth time under Martin and for the second straight year. Delaware was selected to the WNIT for a second straight season and was denied its first post-season win as the Hens fell, 58-55, to the eventual WNIT Champion University of Toledo. As a graduate assistant coach, Martin played a big part in rebuilding a Seton Hall University program that went from three straight losing seasons to one that made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 1994 and 1995 under head coach Phyllis Mangina. The 1993-94 Pirates went 27-5 and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16, the best season in SHU history. The team finished the season with its first-ever national ranking, placing 14th overall. The following season, Martin helped lead the Pirates to a 24-9 record and yet another NCAA Tournament appearance, advancing to the second round. Martin was a two-time NCAA Division II All-American at Lock Haven (Pa.) University and was a four-time Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference All-Star and two-time league Player of the Year. She finished as PSAC’s all-time leading scorer with 2,157 points and had her number (33) retired at Lock Haven. Martin began her coaching career at Lock Haven in 1986-87, where she served as an assistant before moving on to Seton Hall as a graduate assistant. Martin’s siblings have also enjoyed successful careers in athletics as her brother, Dave, is currently the director of athletics at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pa., while her twin sister, Theresa, previously served as the athletics director, basketball coach and softball coach at Gunning Bedford Middle School in New Castle, Del.

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JEANINE RADICE head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

ASSCOIATE HEAD COACH || 18TH SEASON AT DELAWARE || FORDHAM ‘89

Jeanine Radice, a former standout player at Fordham, is in her 18th season along the sidelines at the University of Delaware as Tina Martin’s top assistant and associate head coach. Her tenure is the longest of any current assistant coach among UD men’s and women’s athletics teams and ties her for 12th amongst active NCAA Division I assistant/associate women’s basketball coaches at one institution. Radice’s primary responsibilities at Delaware include serving as the recruiting coordinator, scouting opponents, coordinating non-conference scheduling, individual player development (backcourt) and organizing daily activities. Additionally, Radice is the Assistant Director of the Tina Martin Girl’s Basketball Camp, held annually each summer. Radice, who was promoted to associate head coach in April 2000, has played a key role in Delaware’s rise to the top of the America East conference and now to the upper echelon of the Colonial Athletic Association. During her 17 seasons with the Blue Hens, Radice has helped lead Delaware to 341 wins, a 65.3 winning percentage, four NCAA Tournament berths, six WNIT appearances and four conference titles. UD has also advanced to its league semifinals 12 times during her 17 seasons. This past season, Radice helped guide one of the most illustrious squads in Delaware history as the Hens finished the season with an incredible 32-4 mark, went undefeated in CAA play for the second consecutive year and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history. The Hens finished atop the CBI Mid-Major Poll for the second straight season while receiving a No. 15 spot in the Associated Press Poll and a No. 16 spot in the USA Today/Coaches Poll. The Blue Hens earned a No. 6 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, where Delaware defeated No. 11 West Virginia, 66-53, before upsetting No. 3 North Carolina, 78-69, at a sold-out Bob Carpenter Center to advance to the Sweet 16. UD was unable to make a comeback against No. 2 Kentucky as the Hens ended their run with a 69-62 loss to the Wildcats in Bridgeport, Conn. The 2011-12 Blue Hens collected a record-breaking year with a 31-2 record while going undefeated in CAA play and winning the first postseason game in school history. Delaware claimed the first CAA Tournament title in UD history. The Hens earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and posted a 73-42 win over Arkansas Little Rock, the first postseason win by a men’s or women’s basketball team in school history. Delaware ended the year ranked No. 14 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll after climbing as high as No. 7 in early March. Early in Radice’s tenure at Delaware, she helped the Blue Hens turnaround from a 6-21 mark in 199798 to a record of 21-8 and a trip to the America East semifinals in 1999-2000. UD pulled it together during the 2000-01 campaign as the Hens enjoyed the finest season in school history. Delaware posted a record of 26-5, setting previous school records for wins in a season and consecutive victories (17) while cruising to the America East regular season title with a 17-1 record. The Blue Hens wrapped up the season with their first ever America East Championship, the team’s first conference title since 1991, and their first ever NCAA Tournament appearance. Delaware also received its first ever votes in the USA Today Top 25 poll during the season. Radice and the Hens made it two straight post-season appearance in 2001-02 as the first-year members of the CAA finished with a 23-7 mark, the second highest season win total in school history. Delaware advanced to the CAA Tournament semifinals and earned its first ever WNIT berth that season. The string of success continued in 2002-03 as Radice helped lead an unheralded team to a 22-9 record and a mark of 15-3 in conference play, tying Old Dominion for the regular season title. It marked the first time since 1992-93 that the Monarchs did not win the league regular season outright. The Blue Hens fell to ODU in the CAA Championship before qualifying for the WNIT Tournament for the second straight season. The victories remained constant for the 2004-05 team as the Hens posted a 25-6 record while going 16-2 in the CAA. Delaware claimed the CAA regular season title and tied the school record for consecutive wins in a season with 17. The Blue Hens ended Old Dominion’s 122-game home CAA win streak and then became the first CAA team since the 1992-93 Richmond Spiders to sweep ODU in the regular season before a school record crowd at home. The squad received votes in the USA Today Top 25 Poll over the second half of the season and once again saw post-season play in the WNIT. The winning ways continued in 2005-06 as Delaware went 22-8 and earned its fifth post-season berth in six seasons, advancing to the WNIT. During the 2006-07 campaign, Radice and the Blue Hens tied the school record with 26 wins and tied the school record for conference wins with 16. UD fell in the CAA semifinals to James Madison that season, but garnered the school’s first ever at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament. Tyresa Smith, who was the CAA Defensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, became the first Delaware player to be drafted into the WNBA that spring when the Phoenix Mercury selected her with the 18th overall pick. Despite a loss in the CAA Championship as the No. 7 seed in the 2010-11 season, the Blue Hens secured 20 wins for the ninth time under Martin and for the second straight year. Prior to joining the staff at Delaware, Radice spent four seasons as an assistant coach with Martin at Seton Hall. The duo helped lead the Pirates to the NCAA Tournament in 1994 and 1995. Additionally, Radice served as an assistant coach at Marist College. Radice earned her bachelor’s degree (1989) and master’s degrees (1990) from Fordham, where she put up an outstanding career. Radice is second on the all-time leading scoring list with 2,417 career points and ranks second all-time with 929 field goals made. She also holds the Fordham career records for scoring average (21.8), 3-point field goal percentage (.475) and free throw percentage (.851). A three-time first team selection to the All-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference team, Radice was chosen as the MAAC Rookie of the Year in 1985 and the Player of the Year in 1989. Radice was named Fordham’s Outstanding Female Athlete three times during her career and was inducted into the Fordham Hall of Fame in 1995. In addition to starring on the basketball court, Radice was a standout for the Fordham cross country team.

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A native of Staten Island, New York, Radice is an avid runner who has competed in numerous marathons.

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TIARA MALCOM

assistant coach || eighth season at delaware || delaware ‘05

Tiara Malcom, a record-setting forward and one of the top women’s basketball players in University of Delaware history, recently concluded her seventh season as an assistant coach with her alma mater in 2012-13. With the Blue Hens, Malcom primarily works with the program’s post players. Additionally, she is responsible for recruiting, equipment and scouting of opponents. During her seven seasons as an assistant at Delaware, Malcom has helped pilot the Blue Hens to five 20-win seasons, including three NCAA Tournament appearances and two WNIT berths. This past season, Malcom helped guide one of the most illustrious squads in Delaware history as the Hens saw another record-breaking year. UD finished the season with an incredible 32-4 mark, went undefeated in CAA play for the second consecutive year and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history. The Hens finished atop the CBI Mid-Major Poll for the second straight season while receiving a No. 15 spot in the Associated Press Poll and a No. 16 spot in the USA Today/Coaches Poll. Delaware also recorded a school-record 27 straight victories, besting the team’s streak of 21 consecutive wins during the 2011-12 slate, and good for third nationally behind Baylor and Notre Dame. Dating to the 2010-11 season, UD has won 37 straight CAA regular season wins, a mark that is good for second nationally behind Baylor and the most in the league since Old Dominion won 95 consecutive contests from 1995 to 2001. The Blue Hens earned a No. 6 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, where Delaware defeated No. 11 West Virginia, 66-53, before upsetting No. 3 North Carolina, 78-69, at a sold-out Bob Carpenter Center to advance to the Sweet 16. UD was unable to make a comeback against No. 2 Kentucky as the Hens ended their run with a 69-62 loss to the Wildcats in Bridgeport, Conn. The 2011-12 Blue Hens collected a record-breaking year with a 31-2 record while going undefeated in CAA play and winning the first postseason game in school history. Delaware set a previous school record for wins in a season including a record 21 straight victories and claimed the first CAA Tournament title in UD history. The Hens earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and posted a 73-42 win over Arkansas Little Rock, the first postseason win by a men’s or women’s basketball team in school history. Delaware ended the year ranked No. 14 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll after climbing as high as No. 7 in early March. A native of nearby Wilmington, Del., the 6-1 Malcom enjoyed an outstanding high school career at Caravel Academy before arriving on the Delaware campus. She was a two-time All-State selection and was named the state’s Co-Player of the Year in 2001. Malcom was a four-year standout for the Hens under Martin, leading the squad to a fouryear mark of 89-32, CAA regular season titles in 2003 and 2005 and three berths into the post-season WNIT. Delaware, which went 55-15 in conference action during Malcom’s career, appeared in the CAA Championship game in both 2003 and 2005. A two-time team captain, Malcom was a three-time All-CAA selection, earning second team honors in 2003 and 2004 before garnering first team recognition in 2005, when she was named CAA Player of the Year accolades. As the CAA Player of the Year, Malcom led the league in scoring with 15.5 points per game while ranking among conference leaders with 6.8 rebounds per contest. Malcom was just the third player in Delaware history to be named the conference player of the year. Additionally, she was named the University of Delaware’s Outstanding Senior Female Athlete of the Year for the 2004-05 season. A seven-time CAA Player of the Week, Malcom set school records for career free throws made (535) to lead the CAA at the time and now ranks second in school history and fifth in league history. Malcom is also is second in the Delaware record books for double-figure scoring games (88), sixth in games played (121), scoring (1,545 points) and blocks (109) and 11th in rebounding (794). She averaged 12.8 points and 6.6 rebounds per game for her career. Malcom was a two-time CAA Dean Ehlers Award candidate for overall contributions on the court, classroom and community and overcame a partial hearing loss in both ears to star for the Blue Hens. Following her collegiate career, Malcom played professionally during the 2005-06 season in Barreiro, Portugal with the GD ESSA Basketball Club. Malcom was inducted into the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame in November 2012 for her contributions. Malcom earned her bachelor’s degree in family and community services from Delaware in May 2005 while receiving a master’s degree in higher education administration from UD in May 2011.

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tom lochner head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

ASSISTANT COACH || THIRD SEASON AT DELAWARE || TEMPLE ‘89

Tom Lochner, who previously spent 23 seasons at La Salle University (including six years as head coach), joined the Blue Hen women’s basketball staff in July 2011 as an assistant coach. With the completion of a successful 2012-13 campaign, Lochner finished his second season at Delaware. Lochner’s responsibilities include the recruitment of high-quality student-athletes to the University of Delaware, individual player development, opponent scouting, practice planning and gameday offensive and defensive strategy. This past season, Lochner helped guide one of the most illustrious squads in Delaware history as the Hens saw another record-breaking year. UD finished the season with an incredible 32-4 mark, went undefeated in CAA play for the second consecutive year and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history. The Hens finished atop the CBI Mid-Major Poll for the second straight season while receiving a No. 15 spot in the Associated Press Poll and a No. 16 spot in the USA Today/Coaches Poll. Delaware also recorded a school-record 27 straight victories, besting the team’s streak of 21 consecutive wins during the 2011-12 slate, and good for third nationally behind Baylor and Notre Dame. The Hens have not lost a CAA contest during Lochner’s tenure and have won 37 straight CAA regular season games dating to the 2010-11 season, a mark that is good for second nationally behind Baylor and the most in the league since Old Dominion won 95 consecutive contests from 1995 to 2001. The Blue Hens earned a No. 6 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, where Delaware defeated No. 11 West Virginia, 66-53, before upsetting No. 3 North Carolina, 78-69, at a sold-out Bob Carpenter Center to advance to the Sweet 16. UD was unable to make a comeback against No. 2 Kentucky as the Hens ended their run with a 69-62 loss to the Wildcats in Bridgeport, Conn. In Lochner’s first season at Delaware, the 2011-12 Blue Hens collected a record-breaking year with a 31-2 record while going undefeated in CAA play and winning the first postseason game in school history. Delaware set a previous school record for wins in a season including a record 21 straight victories and claimed the first CAA Tournament title in UD history. The Hens earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and posted a 73-42 win over Arkansas Little Rock, the first postseason win by a men’s or women’s basketball team in school history. Delaware ended the year ranked No. 14 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll after climbing as high as No. 7 in early March. Prior to arriving in Delaware, Lochner served on the basketball staff at La Salle for 23 seasons, including the final six as head coach as he put together a record of 72-101 with the Explorers. Lochner was first hired as a volunteer assistant at La Salle for the 1987-88 season under John Miller before being promoted to assistant coach in 1989 and then associate head coach in 1998. He was named the head coach for the Explorers in August 2004, as Miller resigned from the position. Lochner enjoyed his finest season as head coach at La Salle in 2006-07 when he led the squad to 19 wins, the most by the school in over a decade, and earned Big Five Coach of the Year honors. The Explorers started the season 7-0 to tie the school record, won nine road contests for the first time since 1991-92 and matched the school’s best-ever home record of 10-3 at Tom Gola Arena. During his 17 years as an assistant coach at La Salle, Lochner had been a part of 296 victories (296-196 overall). He helped guide the Explorers to two NCAA Tournament appearances, one WNIT appearance, three conference titles, four Big Five titles and five 20-win seasons. Lochner started his coaching career in his hometown of Schenectady, N.Y. at his alma mater, Notre Dame Bishop Gibbons School, where he coached the girls basketball team from 1980-87. During his first three seasons, he led the junior varsity squad before taking the reins as the varsity head coach for the final four years. As the varsity head coach at NDBG, the Golden Knights posted an 88-13 record and captured the 1986 New York State Championship (Large Division) with a mark of 26-2. Lochner’s team also won three sectional titles while he was honored as the New York State Section II Coach of the Year twice (1985 and 1986). In addition to coaching at the high school and collegiate levels, Lochner has extensive summer camp experience, teaching basketball fundamentals to young athletes. He is also actively involved in alumni and booster fundraising activities. Lochner holds two degrees from Temple University as he earned a bachelor’s in physical education in 1989 and a master’s in sports management in 1997. He also earned a master’s degree in education from La Salle in 2006.

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Lochner resides in Willow Grove, Pa. with his wife Beth, son Curtis and daughter Samantha.

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ALLI DALY

director of basketball operations || first season at delaware || saint francis ‘11

University of Delaware women’s basketball head coach Tina Martin announced the hiring of Allison Daly as the team’s Director of Basketball Operations in September 2013. Daly, a former standout at Saint Francis University, will be responsible for the oversight of the Blue Hens’ travel arrangements, practice scheduling, team managers and film exchange in addition to assisting with administrative duties. “We are thrilled to have Alli join our staff,” Martin exclaimed. “She is a young, enthusiastic coach who brings valuable experience to our staff. We welcome her with open arms to the Delaware family.” Daly arrives at Delaware from her alma mater, where she was the Director of Operations for the Red Flash last season. “I am honored to accept this position at UD,” remarked Daly. “I cannot wait to work with a great staff, team and such a supportive community. I am so thankful for the opportunity that Coach Martin and the rest of the athletics department have given me. I look forward to my first season as a Blue Hen!” A 2011 graduate of Saint Francis, Daly scored 1,173 career points with the Red Flash – the 14th-most in program history. She also is first in three-pointers attempted (632), second in three-pointers made (222), fourth in steals (210), eighth in blocks (66) and 13th all-time in rebounds (594). A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Daly was a member of two Pennsylvania state semifinalist teams at Trinity High School.

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alecia bell head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

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sOPHOMORE || GUARD/FORWARD || 6-0 || NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA || WOODSIDE HIGH SCHOOL || EXERCISE SCIENCE MAJOR

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CAREER STATISTICS Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

1213-14 TOTAL

14-0 14-0

74/5.3 74/5.3

9-27 9-27

.333 .333

0-0

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F-Throws ft-fta pct

6-10 6-10

.600 .600

off

-

Rebounds def tot

-

CAREER HIGHS Points: 7 – vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 FG: 3 – 2x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 FGA: 8 – vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 3FG: n/a 3FGA: n/a FT: 3 – at Monmouth, 12/22/12

21 21

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pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.5 1.5

4 4

0 0

3 3

3 3

1 1

0 0

24 1.7 24 1.7

FTA: 4 – at Monmouth, 12/22/12 Rebounds: 5 – vs. Duquesne, 11/14/12 Assists: 1 – 2x, last vs. Towson, 1/20/13 Blocks: 1 – vs. Towson, 1/20/13 Steals: n/a Minutes: 15 vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13

At Delaware Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute in the Delaware frontcourt or backcourt. 2012-13 Season Saw action in 14 games for Delaware • finished season averaging 1.7 points and 1.5 rebounds per game as a freshman • put up a career game in the team’s regular season finale against Georgia State (3/6) with seven points, three field goals made and eight field goals attempted in 15 minutes of play • sustained an ankle injury against Northeastern (1/29) and missed the following five games • swatted first career block against Towson (1/20) • recorded first career goal and assist in team’s 62-27 conference opening win against George Mason (1/10) • scored first point of career and collected three rebounds during the season-opening win over Sam Houston State (11/9). High School Four-year member of the basketball and outdoor track teams at Woodside High School •  led Woodside to the AAA Peninsula District regular season and tournament championships as a junior and senior, and the regional championship as a senior •  earned first team All-District, All-Region and All-State honors during senior year •  selected Woodside Female Athlete of the Year and Senior Athlete of the Year •  first team All-District and All-Region, and honorable mention All-State as a junior •  named second team All-District as a sophomore and honorable mention All-District as a freshman •  earned 2012 U.S. Army Reserve National Student-Athlete Award •  given President’s Award for Educational Excellence •  800 meter district champion in 2012 •  honor roll student during all four years of high school. Personal Alecia Margaret Bell •  daughter of Alonzo Bell and Sandra Bell •  has a younger sister, Alexis •  father played football at Princeton and mother played softball at Saint Paul’s College •  has played the piano for 11 years •  exercise science major at Delaware who aspires to go into the physical therapy field • works with the University of Delaware Physical Therapy Clinic.

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KELSEY BUCHANAN Individual Career History

SENIOR || CENTER || 6-3 || SOUTH RIDING, VIRGINIA || FREEDOM HIGH SCHOOL || Human services major

Buchanan, Kelsey Season

2012-13 1213-14 2011-12 TOTAL 2010-11 TOTALS

gp-gs

min/avg

35-2 318/9.1 26-0 266/10.2 35-2 318/9.1 23-2 171/7.4 84-4 755/8.99

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

29-73 .397 35-54 29-73 .648 .397 20-44 .455 84-171 .491

CAREER HIGHS Points: 10 – 2x, last vs. W. Virginia, 3/24/13 FG: 5 – 2x, last vs. West Virginia, 3/24/13 FGA.: 10 – vs. Alcorn State, 12/30/10 3FG: n/a 3FGA: 1 – vs. UNCW, 1/24/13 FT: 4 – 2x, last vs. Old Dominion, 2/19/12

pct

F-Throws ft-fta pct

CAREER STATISTICS off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

0-1 - .00014-22 .636 38- 3674 2.1 34 19-21 60 26 0-1- .000- 14-22 .905 .636 25 - 35 74 2.3 2.1 34 - - 8-16 .500 20 29 49 2.1 20 0-1 .000 41-59 .695 83 100 183 2.2 80

FTA.: 5 – vs. William & Mary, 12/4/11 Rebounds: 8 – vs. Princeton, 12/1/10 Assists: 4 – at William & Mary, 2/29/12 Blocks: 2 – 4x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 Steals: 1 – 14x, last vs. Hofstra, 3/16/13 Minutes: 31 vs. West Virginia, 3/24/13

At Delaware Fourth-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned three letters • will look to again contribute in the Delaware frontcourt in her senior season • team captain.

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0 7 20 9 7 72 2.1 16 93 76 72 89 3.4 00 9 7 20 2.1 0 4 16 4 4 48 2.1 0 20 52 16 17 209 2.5

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2012-13 Season Competed in all but one game, while starting two for Delaware as a junior • averaged 2.1 points and 2.1 rebounds in 9.1 minutes per contest • put up a career-high 10 points on 5-of-9 shooting from the field in a career-high 31 minutes in the team’s NCAA First Round Tournament win over West Virginia (3/24) • contributed 4.3 points, 3.0 rebounds and a 50.0 percent shooting mark in team’s three NCAA Tournament contests • tied a career-high with two blocks in regular season finale against Georgia State (3/6) • dished out a season-high two assists against Old Dominion (2/14) • attempted first career 3-pointer against UNCW (1/24) • collected three free throws, seven rebounds, two blocks, one assists and one steal against Princeton (12/9) • posted eight points, seven rebounds and one blocked shot against St. Bonaventure (11/28) • blocked first shot of the season at Duquesne (11/14) • scored six points and grabbed two rebounds during UD’s season-opening victory over Sam Houston State (11/9). 2011-12 Season Appeared in 26 games for the Blue Hens, averaging 10.2 minutes per contest • contributed 3.4 points and 2.3 rebounds per game • connected on 64.8 percent (35 of 54) of her field goal attempts • went 19 of 21 from the free throw line • scored seven points, going 2 of 2 from the field and 3 of 3 from the free throw line, during the season-opening win over Rhode Island (11/11) • recorded four rebounds and two points during the victory at Princeton (12/1) • scored six points and grabbed three rebounds in the win over William & Mary (12/4) • scored five points and collected four rebounds during the victory over Yale (12/5)• scored six points during the win at Providence (12/19) • recorded six points and two boards in the win vs. UNCW (1/12 ) • contributed six points and three rebounds during the win at Towson (1/19) • went 4 of 4 from the field to finish with nine points against Hofstra (1/26) • grabbed six boards during the victory over VCU (2/5 ) • went 4 of 4 from the foul line and pulled down three rebounds in the win vs. Old Dominion (2/9) • went 3 of 3 from the floor and 2 of 2 from the line for eight points at Georgia State (2/12) • scored six points during the win over George Mason (2/23) • recorded four points and three rebounds vs. Northeastern (2/26) • dished out a career-high four assists during the victory at William & Mary (2/29) • scored a career-high 10 points and pulled down six boards during the CAA Tournament Semifinal win over UNCW (3/10) • earned the Team Most Improved Player Award. 2010-11 Season Saw action in 23 games, including two starts against Georgia State (1/23) and George Mason (1/27) • averaged 2.1 points and 2.1 rebounds per game •  played her finest game against Alcorn State (12/30), tallying a career-high nine points, going 4 of 10 from the field and pulling down seven rebounds while playing in 21 minutes • recorded a career-high eight rebounds against Princeton (12/1) • scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds versus Vanderbilt (12/29) • went 3 for 3 from the field to finish with six points against George Mason (1/27) •  had four points and three rebounds during a win at Georgia State. High School Played all four years at two-time Virginia State Champion Freedom High School • posted a tripledouble in first game of state playoffs • holds state blocks record with 10 • named Player of the Year and All-State in 2010 • earned All-Regional Player of the Year accolades • graduated with over 1,500 points • member of the National Honor Society in junior and senior years • honor roll student all four years. Personal Kelsey Leigh Buchanan • daughter of Ralph Buchanan and Lenora Johnson • has one younger brother • pregame ritual includes listening to the same playlist and wearing lucky socks • mother played basketball at Lafayette • began playing basketball in sixth grade • chose Delaware because she loved the campus • honor student as a human services major at Delaware, with aspirations to become a guidance counselor •  worked as a Blue Hen Ambassador over the summer •  visited South Africa for three weeks each of the last two summers.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 RETURNERS

JADE CLARK

head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

Individual Career History

SOPHOMORE || FORWARD || 6-0 || ASHBURN, VIRGINIA || ST. JOHN’S COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL || exercise science major

Clark, Jade

CAREER STATISTICS Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

3-Point fg-fga

pct

1213-14 TOTAL

13-0 13-0

31/2.4 31/2.4

3-9 3-9

.333 .333

0-2

.000

23

F-Throws ft-fta pct

2-3 2-3

.667 .667

off

-

Rebounds def tot

-

CAREER HIGHS Points: 4 – 2x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 FG: 2 – vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 FGA: 4 – vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 3FG: n/a 3FGA: 1 – 2x, last at Georgia State, 1/31/13 FT: 2 – vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/13

2 2

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0.2 0.2

0 0

0 0

1 1

5 5

0 0

1 1

8 0.6 8 0.6

FTA: 3 – vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/13 Reb.: 1 – 3x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 Assists: 1 at William & Mary, 2/17/13 Blocks: n/a Steals: 1 vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 Minutes: 8 vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13

At Delaware Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute in the Delaware backcourt or frontcourt. 2012-13 Season Saw action in 13 games for Delaware as a freshman • finished season averaging 0.6 points and 0.2 rebounds per game • closed out regular season play by tying a career-high four points and tallying a career-high two field goals, four field goal attempts, one rebound and one steal in eight minutes of play against Georgia State (3/6) • dished out first career assist at William & Mary (2/17) • played career-best game with first career points (four), field goal (one), free throws (two), free throw attempts (three) and rebounds (one) • did not suit up against ninth-ranked Maryland (12/20) with an abdominal injury • played two minutes during the season-opening victory over Sam Houston State (11/9). High School Four-year member and two-year starter at St. John’s College High School in Washington, D.C. • led St. John’s to the 2011 WCAC and City Title championships •  named All-WCAC honorable mention as a junior •  member of National Honor Society •  honor roll student. Personal Jade Talon Clark •  born August 14, 1995 •  daughter of Jeffrey and Tosha Clark •  has a brother, Jalen, and sisters, Jewel and Jazmin •  exercise science major at Delaware.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 RETURNERS

COURTNI GREEN

Individual Career History

SOPHOMORE || GUARD || 5-7 || WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA || MILLBROOK high SCHOOL || CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR

Green, Courtni Season

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

1213-14 TOTAL

25-0 25-0

199/8.0 199/8.0

15-60 15-60

pct

.250 .250

3-Point fg-fga

15-50

CAREER HIGHS Points: 8 – 2x, last vs. Towson, 1/20/13 FG: 2 – 4x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 FGA: 7 – 3x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 3FG: 2 – 4x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 3FGA: 7 – vs. UNCW, 1/24/13 FT: 4 – at Georgia State, 1/31/13

pct

.300

F-Throws ft-fta pct

16-18 16-18

.889 .889

CAREER STATISTICS off

-

Rebounds def tot

-

27 27

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

1.1 1.1

11 11

0 0

5 5

11 11

6 6

9 9

61 2.4 61 2.4

FTA: 4 – at Georgia State, 1/31/13 Reb: 4 – 4x, last at Georgia State, 1/31/13 Assists: 2 – vs. UNCW, 1/24/13 Blocks: 2 – vs. Monmouth, 12/22/12 Steals: 1 – 9x, last at George Mason, 2/19/13 Minutes: 19 – vs. George Mason, 1/10/13

At Delaware Second-year member of the Blue Hens in 2013-14 who will look to contribute in the Delaware backcourt • 13th in school history with a career .300 (15-50) 3-point shooting percentage and tied for 28th with 15 career 3-pointers made.

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2012-13 Season Served as a threat from 3-point land as all field goals made as a freshman were from behind the arc • averaged 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds in 8.0 minutes played per game for the Hens • went a career-best 4-for-4 from the free throw line in addition to tying a career-high with four rebounds at Georgia State (1/31) • dished out first two assists of career in win over UNCW (1/24) • delivered a career game in 62-27 win in CAA opener against George Mason (1/10) with eight points, two field goals, two 3-pointers, two free throws, four rebounds and one steal in 19 minutes of action • swatted a career-high two blocks in Delaware’s 82-53 win at Monmouth (12/20) • picked up first career blocked shot against Princeton (12/9) • scored four points and grabbed four rebounds during 18 minutes of play against Sam Houston State (11/9) in her Blue Hen debut. High School Three-time All-State selection and Virginia AA State Player of the Year •  fourtime Northwestern District Player of the Year honoree •  three-time Group AA and Region II Player of the Year • four-time Winchester Star and Northern Virginia Daily Player of the Year •  averaged 25.8 points per game as a junior • scored 29.5 points as a senior, ninth most in Virginia High School League history, while her 886 points were fourth most •  ranked sixth in the area with 8.6 rebounds, second with 4.0 assists, first with 6.8 steals, and third with 1.9 blocks • also was second in the area with a 57.0 shooting percentage and tied for first with a 44.0 three-point percentage •  led Millbrook High School to three consecutive state championships and a record 80 consecutive victories •  had her number retired •  ranks third all-time in VHSL history with 2,626 career points and first with 631 career steals •  four-year honor roll student. Personal Courtni Ciera Green •  born March 31, 1994 •  daughter of Erick and Tamara Green •  brother, Erick Green, Jr., was the 2013 ACC Player of the Year and a third-team AP All-America selection as the starting point guard at Virginia Tech before being a second round pick in the 2013 NBA Draft •  also has younger sisters Madison and Aalyiah • criminal justice major at Delaware •  enjoys shopping and spending time with her family.

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stephanie leon head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

Individual Career History

junior || center || 6-3 || northport, new york || northport high school || INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS & ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP MAJOR

Leon, Stephanie

CAREER STATISTICS Season

gp-gs

min/avg

2012-13 1213-14 29-0 193/6.7 2011-12 10-0 44/4.4 TOTAL 29-0 193/6.7 TOTALS 39-0 237/6.1

Total fg-fga

3-Point fg-fga

pct

8-32 .250 4-13 8-32 .308 .250 12-45 .267

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pct

0-0- .000- - -

F-Throws ft-fta pct

off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

3-7 .429 16- 3450 1.7 27 0 1 8 11 4 19 0.7 0 0.8 3-7- .429- 4 7 11 50 1.1 5 0 1.7 27 0 1 84 2 0 11 4 198 0.7 3-7 .429 20 41 61 1.6 31 0 1 12 13 4 27 0.7

CAREER HIGHS Points: 4 – 2x, last vs. Duquesne, 11/14/12 FG: 2 – 2x, last vs. Duquesne, 11/14/12 FGA: 5 – vs. UNCW, 1/24/13 3FG: n/a 3FGA: n/a FT: 1 – 3x, last vs. George Mason, 1/10/13

FTA: 2 – 3x, last vs. George Mason, 1/10/13 Reb.: 7 – 2x, last vs. George Mason, 1/10/13 Assists: 1 at Towson, 2/8/13 Blocks: 2 – 2x, last vs. George Mason, 1/10/13 Steals: 1 – 4x, last vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 Minutes: 21 vs. George Mason, 1/10/13

At Delaware Third-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned one letter • will look to again contribute in the Delaware frontcourt • two-time CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • team captain. 2012-13 Season Saw action in 29 games for Delaware while averaging 1.7 rebounds, 0.7 points, 0.4 blocks in 6.7 minutes of play per contest • played 12 minutes and registered one blocked shot over two games in the Blue Hens’ run in the NCAA Tournament • dished out first career assist in win at Towson (2/7) • played a career-high 21 minutes in conference opening win over George Mason (1/10) in addition to tying career-highs of seven rebounds and two blocks • posted seven rebounds in championship game of the Blue Sky Classic against Duquesne (12/30) • marked first career free throw in win at Rhode Island (12/5) • tied career-high four points and added five rebounds and two blocks in 16 minutes of play at Duquesne (11/14) • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12 Season Appeared in 10 games for the Blue Hens, playing 44 total minutes • totaled eight points and 11 rebounds on the year • recorded two points and two rebounds during her collegiate debut in the win over Rhode Island (11/11) • grabbed three rebounds, scored two points, and added a block during the victory vs. Yale (12/5) • scored four points and grabbed two rebounds during the win vs. UNCW (1/12) • pulled down two boards during the victory at Georgia State (2/12) • totaled two rebounds and one block during the CAA Tournament • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll. High School Two-sport athlete in basketball and volleyball • four year member of the basketball squad and two year volleyball player and Northport High School on Long Island • played center all four years for Richard Castellano • helped squad to a 19-1 record in 2010-11 and a League II Championship • named to all-academic, All-Suffolk County and League II teams • team went 15-2 in her junior season while she earned All-Suffolk County and League II Team honors • won four varsity letters in basketball at Northport and was a member of the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School teams as an eighth grader • member of the National Honor Society and World Language Honor Society • served as Future Educators of America president • landed on the honor roll every year.

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Personal Stephanie Radke Leon • born August 8, 1993 • daughter of William and Virginia Leon • has one older sister, Chelsea and one younger sister, Charlotte • selected the University of Delaware for its strong academics, as well as the team’s family unit mentality with a supportive coaching staff • began playing basketball when she was five years old • influenced by her trainer Jerry Powell for pushing her to work hard and his knowledge of basketball • double major in organizational & community leadership and international relations at Delaware •  served as a Quest peer mentor over the last two summers.

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akeema richards Individual Career History

SENIOR || guard || 5-7 || baltimore, maryland || western high school || west virginia university || CRIMINAL JUSTICE MAJOR

Richards, Akeema Season

2012-13 1213-14 2011-12 TOTAL TOTALS

gp-gs

min/avg

Total fg-fga

pct

36-34 690/19.2 83-221 .376 33-32 797/24.2 91-216 36-34 690/19.2 83-221 .421 .376 69-66 1487/21.6 174-437 .398

CAREER HIGHS Points: 15 – at Old Dominion, 1/13/13 FG: 7 – at Old Dominion, 1/13/13 FGA: 16 – vs. Princeton, 12/9/12 3FG: n/a 3FGA: n/a FT: 4 – 2x, last vs. UNCW, 3/15/13

3-Point fg-fga

pct

0-0- .000- - -

F-Throws ft-fta pct

CAREER STATISTICS off

Rebounds def tot

avg

pf

fo

ast

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

33-49 .673 39- 5695 2.6 50 0 41 56 4 25 199 5.5 24-38 53 00 61 62 46 25 31 199 206 6.2 33-49 .632 .673 48 - 98 - 146 95 4.4 2.6 50 41 56 5.5 57-87 .655 87 154 241 3.5 103 0 102 118 10 56 405 5.9

FTA: 7 – vs. UNCW, 3/15/13 Rebounds: 11 – vs. Drexel, 3/11/12 Assists: 4 – 4x, last vs. George Mason, 1/10/13 Blocks: 2 – vs. UNCW, 1/12/13 Steals: 3 – at Rhode Island, 12/5/12 Minutes: 35 – 2x, last vs. Drexel, 1/22/12

At Delaware Third-year member of the Hens who has earned two letters • expected to start in the UD backcourt • team captain.

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2012-13 Season Saw action in all 36 games, starting all but two for Delaware • averaged 5.5 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 19.2 points per game • went a season-high 4-for-7 from the charity stripe in the opening round of the CAA Tournament against UNCW (3/15) • tied season-best three steals at Hofstra (2/28); shot 400th career field goal against the Pride; also dished out 100th career assist in win over HU • gathered 200th career rebound against Northeastern (1/29) • registered 300th career point in team’s 65-56 win at Drexel (1/27) • scored career-high 15 points on seven field goals made in Blue Hens’ victory at Old Dominion (1/13) • led UD with four assists in conference opening win (62-27) over George Mason (1/10) • saw limited time in three games (Villanova 12/29, Duquesne 12/30, St. John’s 1/2) due to illness • collected 1,000th career minute of action against ninth-ranked Maryland (12/20) • played a season-best game against Princeton (12/9) with 13 points, five field goals made on 16 attempts, three free throws, seven rebounds and one block in 33 minutes of action • tied a career-high with three steals in win at Rhode Island (12/5) • posted a 10-point performance against St. Bonaventure (11/28) • tied career-high with four assists while adding two points and four rebounds in season-opening victory over Sam Houston State (11/9). 2012 SUMMER - INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION Member of the U.S. Virgin Islands senior women’s basketball team • competed at the Women’s Centrobasket Championship in Puerto Rico • finished third in the championship rankings with 3.8 assists per game • also ranked 10th with 11.4 points per contest • collected an average of 3.4 rebounds • team finished 2-3 overall and lost in the Group 18 Finals to Jamaica. 2011-12 Season Appeared in all 33 games while starting 32 for the Blue Hens • ranked fourth on the team with 4.4 rebounds per game and fifth with 6.2 points per game • also was fourth on the squad with 61 assists and 31 steals • reached double figures in seven games • scored eight points in the season-opening win over Rhode Island (11/11) during her Blue Hen debut • scored four points, grabbed six rebounds, and handed out four assists in the win against Villanova (11/22) • recorded seven points and three rebounds in the win at Saint Bonaventure (11/27) • posted 10 points, three steals, and three rebounds during the victory at Princeton (12/1) • ranked second on the team with seven rebounds and added eight points in the win over William & Mary (12/4) • scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in the win at Wake Forest (12/11) • scored 10 points in the win vs. East Carolina (12/28) and added six points vs. fifth-ranked Maryland (12/29) at the Maryland Terrapin Classic • recorded six points, three rebounds, and two blocks in the win vs. UNCW (1/12) • scored 11 points to go with seven boards during the victory at Towson (1/19) • recorded a double-double with a season-high 14 points and 10 boards to go with four assists against Drexel (1/22) • scored seven points while adding four boards and two assists at James Madison (1/26) • recorded eight points in the win at UNCW (2/2) • posted 12 points and six boards during the victory over VCU (2/5) • scored six points and pulled down five rebounds at Hofstra (2/16) • posted 11 points, five rebounds, two assists, and two steals at William & Mary (2/29) • totaled 20 points, 20 rebounds, and five assists during the CAA Tournament run, earning CAA All-Tournament Team accolades •  grabbed a season-best 11 rebounds during the win over Drexel in the CAA Championship (3/11). 2010-11 Season Sat out season as a redshirt per NCAA transfer rules after transferring from West Virginia. AT WEST VIRGINIA (2009-10) Played in 31 games for the Mountaineers, making one start • averaged 2.1 points per game • hit 40.3 percent (29 of 72) of her field goals • pulled down 26 defensive rebounds while recording 27 steals • played 9.9 minutes per contest • team went 29-6 overall and 13-3 in the Big East • scored two points and had one rebound in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • team reached second round of the Big Dance • qualified for Dean’s List at WVU. high school Played all four years at Western High School in Baltimore • team won city and regional championships four consecutive years • reached semifinals on two occasions • member of the National Honor Society. Personal Akeema S. Richards • born March 14, 1991 in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands • daughter of Anderson and Debra Richards • has four siblings • moved to Baltimore, Md. at age four • criminal justice major at Delaware.

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UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-14 NEWCOMERS/REDSHIRTS

ERIKA BROWN head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

FRESHMAN || GUARD || 5-7 || PATERSON, NEW JERSEY || PATERSON KENNEDY HIGH SCHOOL || HEALTH BEHAVIOR SCIENCE MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of five freshmen on the 2013-14 squad.

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High School All-State, All-County and All-League selection at John F. Kennedy High School under head coach MarQuette Burgess • averaged 16 points per game throughout her career • 1,000 point scorer and MVP for the Knights • helped lead team to the state sectional championship. Personal Erika Brown • born November 2, 1994 in New Jersey • daughter of Linda Lombrozo • has two siblings, Keyan and Emily • health behavior science major at Delaware • wants to become a college coach or surgeon upon graduation • favorite sports team is the Miami Heat.

JOY CARACCIOLO head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

redshirt sophomore || forward || 6-1 || manassas, virginia || stonewall jackson || boston college || COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR

At Delaware Second-year member of the Blue Hens •  has three years of eligibility remaining beginning in 2013-14 after transferring from Boston College.

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2012-13 SEASON Sat out season due to NCAA transfer regulations. BOSTON COLLEGE (2011-12 SEASON) Appeared in all 30 games for the Eagles, making nine starts and averaging 17.6 minutes per contest •  contributed 4.8 points and 3.0 rebounds per game •  shot 43.4 percent from the field •  ranked second on the team with 27 steals •  reached double figures during five games • scored a season-high 13 points in a loss at Saint Joseph’s on Dec. 29 • narrowly missed a double-double with 10 points and a season-high nine rebounds in a win over Massachusetts on Dec. 7.

High School Played for head coach Nsonji White at Stonewall Jackson High School • averaged 21 points, 12 rebounds, three steals and four blocks a game as a senior • named to Virginia’s All-State, All-District, and All-Region first teams • conference and region Player of the Year as a senior •  earned Virginia All-State honorable mention nod as a junior • McDonald’s All-America nominee • placed second in the shot put at the Virginia State Track Meet • named first team All-State in track as a junior and senior •  honor roll student. Personal Joy N. Caracciolo •  born on December 21, 1992 • daughter of Derek and Gloria Caracciolo • has an older sister, Jasmine, who played basketball at Virginia State • both parents played basketball at Howard University • swam for the Victory Lakes Piranhas Swim Team • member of the school and church choir •  Communications major at Delaware • enjoys baking and singing • use to shot put.

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grace dewey

FRESHMAN || forward || 6-2 || falls church, virginia || the potomac school || DIETETICS AND HEALTH BEHAVIOR SCIENCE

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of five freshmen on the 2013-14 squad. High School Three-time All-Conference selection at The Potomac School • also collected All-State honorable mention honors twice • set the school single season block record with 68 blocks in just 11 games • averaged 21 points and 19 rebounds per game • two-year team captain • played for head coach Katie Fudd • member of the Senior Athletic Committee and Community Service Club. Personal Grace Elizabeth Dewey • born July 20, 1994 in Fairfax, Va. • daughter of Rebecca Fortney and Mark Dewey • has two older siblings, Christian and Olivia • sister, Olivia, played basketball at Dickinson College (2010) • both parents attended the University of Wisconsin • majoring in dietetics and health behavior sciences with the goal of becoming a registered dietician • enjoys baking and paddle boarding • favorite sports team is the New York Giants.

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hannah jardine

FRESHMAN || forward || 6-1 || st. john’s, newfoundland, canada || o’donel high school || MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of five freshmen on the 2013-14 squad. NATIONAL TEAM Starter for the Canadian U16 Women’s National team that won the bronze medal at FIBA World Qualifiers in Mexico (2011) • member of the Canadian U17 Women’s National team that also earned the bronze medal at FIBA World Championships in Amsterdam (2012). High School Started all four years for O’Donel High School Senior Girls Basketball team under head coach Mike Jardine • led O’Donel to two Elite 8 Provincial Championships and one 4A Provincial Championship • averaged 29 points and 14 rebounds per game as a senior • led the Patriots in scoring and rebound all four seasons • Newfoundland Provincial Female Athlete of the Year • back-to-

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back Mount Pearl Athlete of the Year and St. John’s Athlete of the Year • four-time O’Donel High School Female Athlete of the Year • two-time Elite 8 Provincial Championship MVP • MVP of 4A Provincial Championship • also started for the volleyball, softball and soccer teams • three-year honor roll student • completed the advanced math and French immersion programs • O’Donel High School Student of the Year (2012-13) • student council president • Mentoring Coordinator and Outreach Program leader • Mount Pearl Minor Basketball Association referee and coach. Personal Hannah Elizabeth Jardine • born March 6, 1995 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada • daughter of Mike and Carina Jardine • has a younger sister, Caroline • father is an engineer and mother is a teacher • parents, aunt (Nita Chambers) and uncle (Clarence Sutton) all played basketball at Memorial University of Newfoundland • majoring in mechanical engineering with a goal of becoming a doctor upon graduation • enjoys running, writing, coaching and spending time with family and friends • favorite sports teams include the Boston Celtics and Toronto Maple Leafs.

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shanice johnson head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

FRESHMAN || forward || 6-0 || chester, pennsylvania || cardinal o’hara || UNDEclared MAJOR

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of five freshmen on the 2013-14 squad.

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High School McDonald’s All-American nominee at Cardinal O’Hara High School • collected 1,000 points as a senior • First Team All-Catholic and All-State selection • led the Lions to the Catholic League Championship • played for head coach Linus McGinty. Personal Shanice Lauren Johnson • born October 18, 1994 • daughter of Angela Johnson • favorite sports teams are the Philadelphia Eagles and Phillies • has not declared a major at Delaware.

candace martino head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

redshirt sophomore || guard || 5-7 || pittsburgh, pa. || bethel park high school || university of akron

At Delaware Second-year member of the Blue Hens •  will have three years of eligibility remaining beginning in 2013-14 after transferring from the University of Akron.

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2012-13 season Sat out season due to NCAA transfer regulations. akron (2011-12 season) Did not appear in any games for the Zips. High School Named first team All-State during her final three years •  earned All-Section honors as a junior and senior •  four-year All-Conference pick •  selected to Tribune Review Terrific Ten as a senior •  three-time Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Player To Watch •  named The Almanac Rookie of the Year as a freshman •  selected to two all-tournament teams •  finished career with 1,400 points •  averaged double figures during all four seasons • honor roll student •  member of Student

Personal Candace L. Martino •  born June 21, 1993 • daughter of Angelo and Jackie Martino •  has two older sisters, Natalie and Lauren, and an older brother, A.J. •  Lauren played lacrosse at Saint Vincent’s College •  sport management major at Delaware with a minor in coaching science •  aspires to become a physician’s assistant or chiropractor •  enjoys listening to music and drawing during her free time.

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jodi salyer

redshirt FRESHMAN || guard || 5-10 || roanoke, virginia || staunton river high school || SPORT MANAGEMENT MAJOR

At Delaware Second-year member of the Blue Hens who will look to contribute in the Delaware backcourt after redshirting freshman season. 2012-13 SEASON Did not see any playing time and retained freshman eligibility. High School 2012 ABC 13 Full Court Press and WSET Player of the Year •  first team AllBlue Ridge District selection during her final three years •  second team All-State pick as a senior • named first team All-Region as a junior and senior • earned first team All-Timesland in senior year •  News & Advance first team All-Area selection as a junior • averaged 12 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals per game as a senior •  scored 1,027 career points, third most in Staunton River history •  led Staunton River to two regular district championships and three district tournament titles •  also played three years of soccer at Staunton River.

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Personal Jodi Ranelle Salyer •  born June 12, 1994 •  daughter of Cary and Kathy Salyer •  has an older sister, Amy •  sport management major at Delaware.

BRENNA WILLIAMS

FRESHMAN || GUARD || 5-8 || WILMINGTON, DELAWARE || URSULINE ACADEMY || uNDECLARED major

At Delaware First-year member of the Blue Hens • one of five freshmen on the 2013-14 squad. High School Helped lead Ursuline Academy to four conference championships and one state championship (2012) • Ursuline went a combined 60-19 in her four seasons • averaged 10 points, six assists and two steals per game under head coach John Noonan • All-Conference selection as a senior • served as the Student Council Vice President • member of the Honor Roll. Personal Brenna Morgan Williams •  born June 11, 1995 in Delaware •  daughter of Alice Williams •  has three older siblings, Sarah, Taylor and Mary Kate •  sister, Sarah, played basketball at James Madison University • sister, Mary Kate, is also a current University of Delaware student • favorite sports team is the Philadelphia Phillies • enjoys baking and playing volleyball • major is undeclared.

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2013-14 blue hens head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

Back Row (L to R): Jessica Bonnett (senior student athletic trainer), Kelly Stafford (women’s basketball athletic trainer), Tom Lochner (assistant coach), Allison Daly (director of women’s basketball operations), Jeanine Radice (associate head coach), Jodi Salyer, Jade Clark, Grace Dewey, Stephanie Leon, Joy Caracciolo, Tina Martin (head coach), Tiara Malcom (assistant coach), Trevor Williams (strength and conditioning coach), Kwaku Banahene (team manager) Front Row (L to R): Alecia Bell, Brenna Williams, Erika Brown, Akeema Richards, Kelsey Buchanan, Courtni Green, Candace Martino, Shanice Johnson

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RHODE ISLAND

TEMPLE

WAKE FOREST

University Information Location: Kingston, R.I. Founded: 1892 Enrollment: 16,392 Nickname: Rams Colors: Keaney Blue, Dark Blue and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic 10 Home Facility: The Ryan Center | 7,657 President: Dr. David M. Dooley Athletics Director: Thorr Bjorn

University Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1884 Enrollment: 39,000 Nickname: Owls Colors: Cherry (201C) and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: American Athletic Home Facility: Liacouras Center | 10,200 McGonigle Hall | 3,900 President: Neil D. Theobald | Trinity College ‘78 Interim Athletics Director: Kevin Clark

University Information Location: Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded: 1834 Enrollment: 4,815 Nickname: Demon Deacons Colors: Old Gold and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Coast Home Facility: LJVM Coliseum | 14,665 President: Dr. Nathan O. Hatch | Wake Forest ‘64 Athletics Director: Ron Wellman | Bowling Green ‘70

Friday, November 8 | 5 p.m. Thomas M. Ryan Center | Kingston, R.I.

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Cathy Inglese Alma Mater: Southern Connecticut ‘80 Record at URI: 23-92 | Fifth Season Career Record: 416-345 | 27th Season Assistant Coaches: Cindy Blodgett, Chris Passmore, Marcus Reilly Director of Operations: Danielle Parks Assistant Director of Operations: Piper Chapman Team Information 2012-13 Record: 6-23 2012-13 Atlantic 10 Record | Finish: 1-13 | T-15th 2012-13 Postseason: none Team History First Year of Competition: 1975-76 All-Time Record: 402-641 (.385) Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Jodi Pontbriand Email: jpontbriand@mail.uri.edu Phone: 401-874-5356 Fax: 401-874-4935 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 3-1 Last meeting: 2012| UD won, 57-40, in Kingston www.GoRhody.com @RhodyWBB | @GoRhodyRams

Tuesday, November 12 | 7 p.m. Bob Carpenter Center | Newark, Del.

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Tonya Cardoza Alma Mater: Virginia ‘91 Record at TU: 107-57 | Fifth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Way Veney, Meg Barber, Willnett Crockett Director of Operations: Stacey Nasser Team Information 2012-13 Record: 14-18 2012-13 Atlantic 10 Record | Finish: 5-9 | T-10th 2012-13 Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2 Newcomers/Redshirts: 5/1 Team History First Year of Competition: 1923-24 All-Time Record: 748-612-3 (.550) NCAA Appearances | Last: 10 | 2011 NCAA Record: 5-10 WNIT Appearances | Last: 4 | 2012 WNIT Record: 5-5 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Cathy Bongiovi Email: cathyb@temple.edu Phone: 215-204-1608 Fax: 215-204-7499 Press Row: 215-204-7445 Series Information All-time series: Tied, 10-10 Last meeting: 1997 | TU won, 60-46, in Philadelphia www.OwlSports.com @TUOWLS_WBB | @tcardoza23 @Owlsports_com

Friday, November 15 | 8 p.m. Bob Carpenter Center | Newark, Del.

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Jen Hoover Alma Mater: Wake Forest ‘91 Record at WF: 13-19 | Second Season Career Record: 33-32 | Third Season Assistant Coaches: Mike Terry | Western Ontario ‘92 Gayle Coats Fulks | Fairleigh Dickinson ‘07 Clarisse Garcia | Villanova ‘07 Director of Operations: Jamey Givens | Florida State ‘08 Graduate Assistant: James Janssen | Deakin ‘09 Team Information 2012-13 Record: 13-19 2012-13 ACC Record | Finish: 5-13 | T-9th 2012-13 Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/6 Newcomers: 5 Team History First Year of Competition: 1972 All-Time Record: 490-627 (.439) NCAA Appearances | Last: 1 | 1988 NCAA Record: 1-1 WNIT Appearances | Last: 4 | 2011 WNIT Record: 3-4 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Gary Petit Email: petitgm@wfu.edu Phone: 336-758-1880 Fax: 336-758-5140 Press Row: 336-727-2945 Series Information All-time series: Tied, 1-1 Last meeting: 2011 | UD won, 70-57, in Winston-Salem www.WakeForestSports.com @WakeWBB | @WakeCoachJen @DemonDeacons

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MONMOUTH

RIDER

University Information Location: West Long Branch, N.J. Founded: 1933 Enrollment: 4,700 Nickname: Hawks Colors: Midnight Blue (282) and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Home Facility: The Multipurpose Activity Center | 4,100 President: Dr. Paul R. Brown Athletics Director: Dr. Marilyn McNeil

University Information Location: Lawrenceville, N.J. Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 5,411 Nickname: Broncs Colors: Cranberry, White and Gray Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Home Facility: Alumni Gymnasium | 1,650 President: Dr. Mordechai Rozanski Athletics Director: Don Harnum

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Jenny Palmateer Alma Mater: North Carolina State ‘93 Record at MU: 34-28 | Third Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Jasmina Perazic | Maryland ‘83 Marquetta Dickins | North Carolina State ‘07 Nanna Rivers | North Carolina State ‘04 Director of Operations: Meg Tarrant | Seton Hall ‘09

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Lynn Milligan Alma Mater: Rider ‘92 Record at Rider: 53-127 | Seventh Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Pam Durkin | Rider ‘97 Assistant Coaches: John Miller | Mount St. Mary’s ‘06 Chloe Hamilton | Butler ‘11

Tuesday, November 19 | 7 p.m. Bob Carpenter Center | Newark, Del.

Team Information 2012-13 Record: 15-15 2012-13 MAAC Record | Finish: 12-6 | 3rd 2012-13 Postseason: NEC Tournament (0-1) Starters Returning/Lost: 8/6 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 1/4 Team History First Year of Competition: 1982 All-Time Record: 485-413 (.540) NCAA Appearances | Last: none NCAA Record: n/a Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Greg Ott Email: gott@monmouth.edu Phone: 732-263-5834 Fax: 732-571-3535 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 6-1 Last meeting: 2012 | UD won, 82-53, in West Long Branch www.GoMUHawks.com @MUHawksWBB | @MUHawks

Sunday, November 24 | 2 p.m. Alumni Gymnasium | Lawrenceville, N.J.

Team Information 2012-13 Record: 15-15 2012-13 MAAC Record | Finish: 10-8 | 4th 2012-13 Postseason: MAAC Tournament Quarters Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Brian Solomon Email: bsolomon@rider.edu Phone: 609-929-4068 Fax: 609-896-0341 Press Row: 609-895-5657 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 14-5 Last meeting: 1991 | Rider won, 69-64, in Newark www.GoBroncs.com @RiderWBB | @RiderCoachMilli @RIDERATHLETICS

SIU EDWARDSVILLE UCF Thanksgiving Classic Saturday, November 30 | 12:30 p.m. CFE Arena | Orlando, Fla.

University Information Location: Edwardsville, Ill. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 13,850 Nickname: Cougars Colors: Red and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ohio Valley Home Facility: Vadalabene Center | 4,000 Chancellor: Dr. Julie Furst-Bowe | UW-Eau Claire ‘85 Athletics Director: Dr. Bradley Hewitt | Central Missouri State ‘81 Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Paula Buscher Alma Mater: Missouri State ‘86 Record at SIUE: 16-15 | Second Season Career Record: 226-241 | 17th Season Associate Head Coach: Kari Kerkhoff Assistant Coaches: Todd Schultze | Jordann Plummer Director of Operations: Sammi Minto Team Information 2012-13 Record: 16-15 2012-13 OVC Record | Finish: 9-7 | 3rd West 2012-13 Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Newcomers: 5 Team History First Year of Competition: 1974 All-Time Record: 567-475 Years in Postseason | Last: 6 | 2012 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Eric Hess Email: ehess@siue.edu Phone: 618-650-3608 Press Row: 618-558-4112 Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: n/a www.SIUECougars.com @SIUECougarsWB | @CoachBuscher @SIUECougars | @SIUEGameDay

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UCF Thanksgiving Classic Sunday, December 1 | 12:30 p.m. CFE Arena | Orlando, Fla. University Information Location: Washington, D.C. Founded: 1867 Enrollment: 10,500 Nickname: Bison Colors: Navy Blue and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Home Facility: Burr Gymnasium President: Dr. Sidney A. Ribeau Athletics Director: Louis “Skip” Perkins Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Tennille Adams Alma Mater: Arkansas Record at HU: First Season Assistant Coaches: Tenicha Gittens, Jonathan Mason Team Information 2012-13 Record: 10-11 2012-13 MEAC Record | Finish: 12-4 | 3rd 2012-13 Postseason: MEAC Finals Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Lamar Carter Email: lamar.carter@howard.edu Phone: 202-806-7182 Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: n/a www.HUBison.com @HUSportsInfo

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PRINCETON Sunday, December 15 | 2 p.m. Jadwin Gym | Princeton, N.J.

University Information Location: Princeton, N.J. Founded: 1746 Enrollment: 7,912 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Orange and Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ivy League Home Facility: Jadwin Gym President: Christopher L. Eisgruber Athletics Director: Gary D. Walters Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Courtney Banghart Alma Mater: Dartmouth ‘00 Record at PU: 117-57 | Seventh Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Milena Flores, Megan Griffith Director of Operations: Tyler Cordell Team Information 2012-13 Record: 22-7 2012-13 Ivy Record | Finish: 13-1 | 1st 2012-13 Postseason: NCAA First Round Team History First Year of Competition: 1971-72 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Diana Chamorro Email: dcham@princeton.edu Phone: 609-258-2630 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 16-7 Last meeting: 2012| UD won, 59-58, in Newark www.GoPrincetonTigers.com @PrincetonWBB | @CoachBanghart @PUTIGERS

YOUNGSTOWN STATE Lehigh Christmas City Classic Friday, December 20 | 5 p.m. Stabler Arena | Bethlehem, Pa. University Information Location: Youngstown, Ohio Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 13,381 Nickname: Penguins Colors: Red and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Horizon League Home Facility: Beeghly Center | 6,300 President: Dr. Randy J. Dunn Athletics Director: Ron Strollo

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: John Barnes Alma Mater: Michigan Tech ‘96 Record at YSU: 0-0 | First Season Career Record: 165-55 | Eighth Season Assistant Coaches: Andy Crane | Dubuque ‘09 John Nicolais | Glenville State ‘02 Brenna Banktson | Western Michigan ‘11 Director of Operations: Courtney Davidson | Michigan State ‘08 Team Information 2012-13 Record: 23-10 2012-13 Horizon League Record | Finish: 11-5 | 2nd 2012-13 Postseason: WNIT Second Round Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 Newcomers: 4 Team History First Year of Competition: 1975-76 All-Time Record: 512-505 Last NCAA Appearance: 2000 Last WNIT Appearance: 2013 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: John Vogel Email: javogel@ysu.edu Phone: 330-941-1480 Press Row: 330-941-2271 Series Information All-time series: YSU leads, 1-0 Last meeting: 1984 | YSU won, 68-51, in Jersey City, N.J. www.YSUsports.com @YSUWomensHoops | @CoachJohnBarnes @YSUsports

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LEHIGH

Lehigh Christmas City Classic Saturday, December 21 | 2 or 4 p.m. Stabler Arena | Bethlehem, Pa. University Information Location: Bethlehem, Pa. Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 4,700 Nickname: Mountain Hawks Colors: Brown and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Patriot League Home Facility: Stabler Arena | 5,600 President: Dr. Alice P. Gast Murray H. Goodman Dean of Athletics: Joe Sterrett Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Sue Troyan Alma Mater: Dickinson ‘88 Record at Lehigh: 286-242 | 19th Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Glenn Rigney | Miami ‘79 Assistant Coaches: Caitlin Gillard | Colgate ‘08 Laura Kurz | Villanova ‘09 Director of Operations: Becky Guman | Lehigh ‘13 Team Information 2012-13 Record: 14-16 2012-13 Patriot League Record | Finish: 6-8 | 5th 2012-13 Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Chelsea Vielhauer Email: cpv213@lehigh.edu Phone: 610-758-5101 Fax: 610-758-4407 Press Row: 610-758-4903 | 610-758-4933 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 17-10 Last meeting: 2004 | UD won, 65-51, in Bethlehem www.LehighSports.com @LehighWBB | @suetroyan @LehighSports

VERMONT

Lehigh Christmas City Classic Saturday, December 21 | 2 or 4 p.m. Stabler Arena | Bethlehem, Pa. University Information Location: Burlington, Vt. Founded: 1791 Enrollment: 10,192 Nickname: Catamounts Colors: Green and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: America East Home Facility: Patrick Gymnasium President: Tom Sullivan Athletics Director: Dr. Robert Corran Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Lori Gear McBride Alma Mater: North Carolina ‘97 Record at UVM: 25-66 | Fourth Season Assistant Coaches: Shannon Bush, Shannon Gholar, Courtnay Pilypaitis Director of Operations: Sam Allen Team Information 2012-13 Record: 10-21 2012-13 America East Record: 6-10 2012-13 Postseason: America East Semifinals Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Lisa Champagne Email: lisa.champagne@uvm.edu Phone: 802-656-1818 Series Information All-time series: UVM leads, 19-7 Last meeting: 2001 | UD won, 69-64 (ot), in Burlington www.UVMAthletics.com @UVMwbb | @lagear33 @UVMAthletics

ST. JOHN’S

Monday, December 30 | 5 p.m. Bob Carpenter Center | Newark, Del. University Information Location: Queens, N.Y. Founded: 1870 Enrollment: 19,047 Nickname: Red Storm Colors: Red and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: BIG EAST Home Facility: Carneseca Arena | 5,602 Madison Square Garden | 19,786 President: Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. Athletics Director: Chris Monasch Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Joe Tartamella Alma Mater: James Madison’ 01 Record at St. John’s: 18-13 | Second Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Joe Pellicane | Dowling ‘70 Jonath Nicholas | Trinity ‘97 Priscilla Edwards | St. Bonaventure ‘08 Director of Operations: Veronica Mullen | Adelphi ‘03 Video Coordinator: Alioune Ndiaye | Dowling ‘10 Graduate Assistants: Seja Gamble | Dowling ‘13 Torey Jones | Caldwell ‘13 Team Information 2012-13 Record: 18-13 2012-13 BIG EAST Record | Finish: 11-5 | T-3rd 2012-13 Postseason: NCAA Tournament First Round Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3 Newcomers: 4 Team History First Year of Competition: 1974-75 All-Time Record: 626-529 (.542) BIG EAST Championships | Last: 3 | 1988 Postseason Appearances | Last: 8 | 2013 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Sagan Byrne Email: byrnes@stjohns.edu Phone: 718-990-1522 Press Row: 718-990-5713 (CA) | 212-631-8890 (MSG) Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 3-1 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 60-59, in OT in Queens www.RedStormSports.com @StJohnsWBB | @SJUCoachT @StJohnsRedStorm

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HOFSTRA*

WILLIAM & MARY*

JAMES MADISON*

University Information Location: Hempstead, N.Y. Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 11,090 Nickname: Pride Colors: Gold, White and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: David S. Mack Sports Complex President: Stuart Rabinowitz Athletics Director: Jeffrey A. Hathaway

University Information Location: Williamsburg, Va. Founded: 1693 Enrollment: 8,200 Nickname: Tribe Colors: Green, Gold and Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: Kaplan Arena | 8,600 President: W. Taylor Reveley, III | Princeton Chancellor: Robert M. Gates | W&M ‘65 Athletics Director: Terry Driscoll | Boston College ‘69

University Information Location: Harrisonburg, Va. Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 20,000 Nickname: Dukes Colors: Purple and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: JMU Convocation Center | 7,156 President: Jonathan R. Alger Athletics Director: Jeff Bourne

Sunday, January 5 | 2 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center Thursday, January 9 | 7 p.m. | Williamsburg, Va. Sunday, January 12 | 2 p.m. | Harrisonburg, Va. Thursday, February 27 | 7 p.m. | Hempstead, N.Y. Sunday, February 23 | Noon | Bob Carpenter Center Thursday, February 20 | 7 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Krista Kilburn-Steveskey Alma Mater: North Carolina State ‘90 Record at HU: 119-102 | Eighth Season Career Record: Same Assistant Coaches: Faisal Khan, Denise King, Adia Revell Director of Operations: Michael Gibson Team Information 2012-13 Record: 14-17 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 9-9 | 6th 2012-13 Postseason: CAA Semifinals Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Brian Bohl Email: brian.k.bohl@hofstra.edu Phone: 516-463-6759 Fax: 516-463-5033 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 50-10 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 75-54, in the CAA Semifinals at Upper Marlboro, Md. www.GoHofstra.com @HofstraWBB | @HofstraPride

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Ed Swanson Alma Mater: Sacred Heart ‘89 Record at W&M: 0-0 | First Season Career Record: 406-204 | 27th Season Assistant Coaches: Jeanette Wedo | San Diego ‘03 Millette Green | UMBC ‘03 Kelly Killion | Holy Family ‘08 Director of Operations: Kara Powell | Richmond ‘11 Team Information 2012-13 Record: 8-22 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 6-12 | 6th 2012-13 Postseason: CAA Tournament | 0-1 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/5 Team History First Year of Competition: 1919-20 First Year in Division I: 1984-85 All-Time Record: 591-876-9 (.403) NCAA Appearances | Last: None WNIT Appearances | Last: None Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Andrew Phillips Email: atphillips01@wm.edu Phone: 757-221-3344 Fax: 757-221-2048 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 17-4 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 66-44, in Williamsburg www.TribeAthletics.com @tribewbb @TribeAthletics

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Kenny Brooks Alma Mater: James Madison ‘92 Record at JMU: 252-106 | 12th Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Sean O’Regan | JMU ‘03 Assistant Coaches: Jennifer Brown | James Madison ‘07 Sarah Williams | James Madison ‘09 Director of Operations: Tim Clark | James Madison ‘09 Team Information 2012-13 Record: 25-11 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 15-3 | 2nd 2012-13 Postseason: WNIT Quarterfinals Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/2 Team History First Year of Competition: 1920-21 All-Time Record: 960-507-5 NCAA Appearances | Last: 9 | 2011 WNIT Appearances | Last: 6 | 2013 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Brian Hansen Email: hansenbj@jmu.edu Phone: 540-568-7910 Press Row: 540-568-6710 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 13-13 Last meeting: 2013| UD won, 61-60, in Newark www.JMUSports.com @JMUWBasketball | @CoachBrooksJMU @JMUSports

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UNCW*

DREXEL*

Friday, January 17 | 7 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center Sunday, January 19 | 2 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center Friday, February 7 | 7 p.m. | Wilmington, N.C. Tuesday, February 18 | 7 p.m. | Philadelphia, Pa. University Information Location: Wilmington, N.C. Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 14,096 Nickname: Seahawks Colors: Teal, Gold and Navy Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: Trask Coliseum | 5,500 Chancellor: Dr. Gary Miller Athletics Director: Jimmy Bass

University Information Location: Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: 1891 Enrollment: 25,500 Nickname: Dragons Colors: Navy Blue and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: Daskalaskis Center | 2,509 President: John A. Fry Athletics Director: Dr. Eric Zillmer

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Adell Harris Alma Mater: Wake Forest ‘02 Record at UNCW: 5-26 | Second Season Career Record: 66-56 | Fifth Season Assistant Coaches: Jason Eshbaugh | Grove City ‘02 Richard Moore | Fairleigh Dickinson ‘89 Kim Tingley | Delaware ‘02 Director of Operations: David Kim | Wake Forest ‘03

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Denise Dillon Alma Mater: Villanova ‘96 Record at DU: 179-135 | 11th Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Amy Mallon | St. Joseph’s ‘93 Assistant Coaches: Melissa Dunne | Temple ‘02 Stacy McCullough | Drexel ‘08 Operations Assistant: Michelle Baker | St. Joseph’s ‘12

Team Information 2012-13 Record: 5-26 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 3-15 | 11th 2012-13 Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/7 Newcomers: 8

Team Information 2012-13 Record: 28-10 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 13-5 | 3rd 2012-13 Postseason: WNIT Champions

Team History First Year of Competition: 1973-74 All-Time Record: 460-588 (.439) NCAA Appearances | Last: none WNIT Appearances | Last: 2 | 2012 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Jarrett Abelson Email: abelsonj@uncw.edu Phone: 910-962-3252 Fax: 901-962-3002 Press Row: 910-962-3095

Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Sam Angell Email: sea65@drexel.edu Phone: 215-895-6895 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 47-23 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 59-56, in CAA Championship Game (Upper Marlboro, Md.) www.DrexelDragons.com @DrexelDragonsWB | @DeniseDillon @DrexelDragons

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

Sunday, January 26 | 2 p.m. | Charleston, S.C. Thursday, February 13 | 7 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center University Information Location: Charleston, S.C. Founded: 1770 Enrollment: 10,506 Nickname: Cougars Colors: Maroon and Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: TD Arena | 5,100 President: P. George Benson Athletics Director: Joe Hull Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Natasha Adair Alma Mater: South Florida ‘94 Record at CofC: 16-16 | Second Season Career Record: Same Associate Head Coach: Bob Clark Assistant Coaches: Donchez Graham | Melba Chambers Director of Operations: David White Team Information 2012-13 Record: 16-16 2012-13 SoCon Record: 11-9 2012-13 Postseason: Women’s Basketball Invitational Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Ryan Madden Email: maddenrm@cofc.edu Phone: 843-953-5465 Series Information All-time series: First Meeting Last meeting: n/a www.CofCSports.com @CofCWBasketball | @CoachAdair @CofCSports

Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 18-7 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 51-43, in Upper Marlboro, Md. www.UNCWsports.com @UNCWwomenshoops | @HC_AdellHarris @UNCWAthletics

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TOWSON*

University Information Location: Boston, Mass. Founded: 1898 Enrollment: 29,519 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Red, Black and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: Solomon Court at Cabot Center President: Dr. Joseph Aoun Athletics Director: Peter Roby

University Information Location: Towson, Md. Founded: 1866 Enrollment: 21,464 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Gold, White & Black Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Home Facility: SECU Arena | 5,200 President: Dr. Maravene Loeschke | Towson ‘69 Athletics Director: Tim Leonard | Boise State

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Daynia La-Force Alma Mater: Georgetown ‘95 Record at NU: 76-136 | Eighth Season Career Record: 100-143 | Ninth Season Associate Head Coach: Tom Blake Assistant Coaches: Britt King | Victoria Wancel Director of Operations: Kashaia Cannon

Women’s Basketball Staff Head Coach: Niki Reid Geckeler Alma Mater: Georgetown ‘93 Record at Towson: 0-0 | First Season Career Record: 85-75 | Sixth Season Assistant Coaches: Brian Johnson | Drexel ‘98 James Simmons | Belford ‘98 Christie Rogers | Washington ‘09 Director of Operations: Shanae Baker Brice | Towson ‘10

Thursday, January 30 | 7 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center Sunday, March 2 | 2 p.m. | Boston, Mass.

Team Information 2012-13 Record: 17-13 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 10-8 | 5th 2012-13 Postseason: CAA Quarterfinals Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Mallory Majcher Email: m.majcher@neu.edu Phone: 617-373-4252 Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 30-10 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 77-50, in Newark www.GoNU.com @GoNUwbasketball | @GoNUAthletics

Sunday, February 2 | 2 p.m. | Towson, Md. Sunday, February 16 | 2 p.m. | Bob Carpenter Center

Team Information 2012-13 Record: 12-18 2012-13 CAA Record | Finish: 6-12 | T-7th 2012-13 Postseason: none Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/2 Newcomers: 4 Team History First Year of Competition: 1967 All-Time Record: 542-598 (.475) NCAA Appearances | Last: none NCAA Record: n/a WNIT Appearances | Last: 1 | 1969 WNIT Record: 3-1 Athletics Communications WBB Contact: Megan O’Brien Email: mobrien@towson.edu Phone: 410-704-4972 Fax: 410-704-3861 Press Row: TBA Series Information All-time series: UD leads, 46-20 Last meeting: 2013 | UD won, 77-55, in Towson www.TowsonTigers.com @Towson_WBB | @TowsonTigers

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VS. 2013-14 OPPONENTS RHODE ISLAND UD leads, 3-1 1985-86............................................ URI, 58-55 1991-92...........................................*UD, 79-66 2011-12...........................................*UD, 89-53 2012-13............................................ UD, 57-40 TEMPLE Tied, 10-10 1971-72............................................ UD, 54-37 1972-73...........................................*UD, 62-41 1973-74............................................. TU, 47-32 1974-75...........................................*UD, 59-39 1975-76............................................ UD, 72-56 1976-77...........................................*UD, 91-76 1977-78.........................UD, 81-53; #UD, 76-67 1978-79...........................................*UD, 69-37 1979-80............................................. TU, 70-54 1980-81................................... *UD, 101-96 (ot) 1981-82............................................. TU, 84-57 1982-83............................................*TU, 90-62 1983-84............................................. TU, 83-69 1984-85............................................*TU, 77-58 1985-86............................................. TU, 78-59 1987-88............................................*TU, 81-70 1992-93...........................................*UD, 74-53 1993-94............................................. TU, 69-60 1996-97............................................. TU, 60-46 WAKE FOREST Tied, 1-1 1989-90............................................ WF, 63-62 2011-12............................................ UD, 70-57 MONMOUTH UD leads, 6-1 1971-72..........................................#MU, 51-50 1972-73............................................ UD, 58-40 1990-91.......................................UD, 64-63 (ot) 1991-92...........................................*UD, 79-67 1999-00...........................................*UD, 81-67 2000-01............................................ UD, 76-54 2012-13............................................ UD, 82-53 RIDER UD leads, 14-5 1980-81...........................................*UD, 85-57 1981-82..........................................Rider, 53-52 1982-83........................................ *Rider, 67-62 1983-84...........................................*UD, 79-62 1984-85......................... UD, 67-58; *UD, 80-61 1985-86....................Rider, 63-62; *Rider, 67-63 1986-87......................... *UD, 66-64; UD, 68-59 1987-88......................... *UD, 86-50; UD, 68-49 1988-89..... UD, 75-61; *UD, 70-67; #UD, 73-64 1989-90......................... *UD, 90-66; UD, 67-60 1990-91...................... UD, 56-53; *Rider, 69-64 SIU EDWARDSVILLE First Meeting

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PRINCETON UD leads, 16-7 1983-84...........................................*UD, 67-54 1984-85............................................ UD, 58-48 1985-86 ..........................................*UD, 63-57 1986-87............................................. PU, 65-54 1987-88...........................................*UD, 70-63 1988-89............................................ UD, 69-56 1989-90...........................................*UD, 63-41 1990-91............................................. PU, 63-59 1991-92...........................................*UD, 79-71 1992-93........................................... .UD, 68-66 1993-94........................................... *PU, 69-61 1994-95............................................. PU, 78-66 1995-96........................................... *PU, 62-45 1996-97............................................ UD, 62-50 1997-98...........................................*UD, 59-57 1998-99............................................ UD, 61-46 1999-00...........................................*UD, 74-43 2000-01........................................... .UD, 66-47 2001-02...........................................*UD, 85-57 2009-10............................................. PU, 68-59 2010-11........................................... *PU, 68-50 2011-12............................................ UD, 81-70 YOUNGSTOWN STATE YSU leads, 1-0 1984-85.........................................#YSU, 68-51 LEHIGH UD leads, 17-10 1980-81...........................................*UD, 90-48 1981-82............................................. LU, 68-66 1982-83...........................................*UD, 82-63 1983-84............................................ UD, 69-63 1984-85......................... UD, 64-59; *UD, 68-45 1985-86........ LU, 71-54; *LU, 68-58; #LU, 72-59 1986-87........ *LU, 70-44; LU, 73-68; #LU, 82-74 1987-88...... LU, 84-72; *UD, 84-77; #UD, 80-78 1988-89......................... UD, 58-43; *UD, 73-61 1989-90...... *UD, 61-44; LU, 76-63; #UD, 69-63 1990-91............................................ UD, 71-61 1991-92...........................................*UD, 72-63 1992-93............................................ UD, 78-55 1993-94...........................................*UD, 69-57 1994-95.......................................... #UD, 80-67 2004-05............................................ UD, 65-51 VERMONT UVM leads, 19-7 1982-83.......................................... #UD, 62-56 1991-92.........*UV, 82-68; UV, 87-58; UV, 82-66 1992-93.........UV, 83-60; *UV, 77-55; UV, 75-62 1993-94..........................*UD, 62-49; UV, 82-55 1994-95.......................... UV, 65-63; *UV, 74-68 1995-96.......................... *UV, 76-56; UV, 67-54 1996-97.........UV, 82-57; *UV, 66-61; UV, 72-40 1997-98..........................UV, 89-61; *UD, 67-62 1998-99........ *UD, 76-67; UV, 73-62; UV, 74-64 1999-00..........................UV, 94-76; *UD, 80-64 2000-01.. *UD, 67-55; UV, 68-58; UD, 69-64 (ot)

ST. JOHN’S UD leads, 3-1 2002-03...........................................*UD, 63-47 2003-04............................................ UD, 59-44 2004-05.......................................... *SJU, 48-42 2012-13.......................................UD, 60-59 (ot) HOFSTRA UD leads, 50-10 1980-81...........................................*UD, 72-57 1981-82............................................ UD, 59-52 1982-83................................... *UD, 67-61 (OT) 1983-84.........................UD, 73-68; #UD, 74-56 1984-85 .....*UD, 74-58; UD, 76-45; *UD, 88-67 1985-86 ........................ *UD, 74-54; UD, 73-63 1986-87 ........................ UD, 52-49; *UD, 88-47 1987-88 ........................ *UD, 76-53; HU, 68-64 1988-89 .................*UD, 72-66; UD, 87-84 (OT) 1989-90 ....................... .UD, 71-52; *UD, 80-49 1990-91 .... *UD, 71-54; UD, 90-78; #UD, 60-52 1994-95 ........................ UD, 77-60; *UD, 68-53 1995-96 ........................ *UD, 66-53; UD, 71-67 1996-97......................... HU, 58-54; *UD, 63-59 1997-98......................... *UD, 69-56; HU, 76-59 1998-99......................... *UD, 71-50; HU, 89-74 1999-00 ........................ HU, 72-68; *UD, 67-57 2000-01 ........................ UD, 83-73; *UD, 79-62 2001-02 ........................ *UD, 71-66; UD, 64-52 2002-03 ........................ UD, 80-69; *UD, 65-47 2003-04 ........................ *UD, 78-47; UD, 67-41 2004-05......................... UD, 70-54; *UD, 62-56 2005-06..................HU, 91-85 (OT); *UD, 77-58 2006-07 ........................ *UD, 59-56; UD, 67-59 2007-08......................... HU, 59-56; *UD, 54-53 2008-09 ........................ *HU, 62-53; HU, 58-49 2009-10 ........................ UD, 71-65; *UD, 59-41 2010-11 ........................ *UD, 71-66; HU, 81-68 2011-12 ........................ *UD, 84-66; UD, 89-79 2012-13..... *UD, 79-63; UD, 79-50; #UD, 75-54 WILLIAM & MARY UD leads, 17-4 1980-81............................................ UD, 66-52 1991-92.......................................... #UD, 75-65 2001-02................... *UD, 80-77 (ot); UD, 60-52 2002-03 .................*UD, 70-55; UD, 62-60 (OT) 2003-04 ............... W&M, 68-56; *W&M, 55-48 2004-05 ........................ *UD, 67-40; UD, 68-53 2005-06........................................ W&M, 73-62 2006-07...........................................*UD, 68-55 2007-08........................................ W&M, 61-57 2008-09...........................................*UD, 62-51 2009-10 ........................ *UD, 84-55; UD, 65-52 2010-11 .................*UD, 60-51; UD, 70-66 (OT) 2011-12......................... *UD, 73-57; UD, 79-53 2012-13............................................ UD, 66-44

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VS. 2013-14 OPPONENTS JAMES MADISON UD leads, 13-12 1997-98.......................................... JMU, 56-51 1998-99...........................................*UD, 67-57 2001-02 ........................ *UD, 58-50; UD, 59-55 2002-03 ........................ *UD, 60-49; UD, 75-64 2003-04 .................... JMU, 84-57; *JMU, 62-61 2004-05..... *UD, 66-55; UD, 59-52; #UD, 62-57 2005-06. *UD, 70-62; JMU, 65-57; #JMU, 59-61 2006-07.. JMU, 73-65; *UD, 77-67; *JMU, 67-56 2007-08.......................................... JMU, 64-55 2008-09 ........................................ *JMU, 70-53 2009-10.....................................JMU, 88-83 (ot) 2010-11 .................. *JMU, 69-64; #JMU, 67-61 2011-12............................................ UD, 72-65 2012-13......................... UD, 71-64; *UD, 61-60 UNCW UD leads, 18-7 2001-02.UD, 56-54; *UD, 70-56; #UNCW, 65-60 2002-03................... UNCW, 56-49; *UD, 56-55 2003-04..... UD, 57-56; *UD, 66-59; #UD, 65-59 2004-05 ........................ *UD, 56-40; UD, 59-47 2005-06 .................. UNCW, 55-41; *UD, 56-51 2006-07......................... UD, 66-38; *UD, 80-62 2007-08............*UNCW, 58-50; *UNCW, 59-56 2008-09...................................... UNCW, 59-53 2009-10...........................................*UD, 63-59 2010-11.....................UNCW, 66-48; UD, 62-47 2011-12..... *UD, 69-37; UD, 62-53; #UD, 66-39 2012-13....................... *UD, 67-37; #UD, 51-43

DREXEL UD leads, 47-23 1980-81............................................ UD, 81-61 1981-82...........................................*UD, 70-36 1982-83............................................ UD, 55-45 1983-84...........................................*UD, 68-50 1984-85 ........................ UD, 77-59; *UD, 84-77 1985-86....... *UD, 67-59; DU, 68-62; UD, 75-44 1986-87......................... *DU, 66-44; DU, 72-66 1987-88 ........................ DU, 74-54; *DU, 61-52 1988-89 ........................ *UD, 69-56; UD, 71-67 1989-90 .... DU, 62-58; *DU, 67-65;# UD, 67-58 1990-91... UD, 88-80 (OT); *UD, 69-61; #UD, 53-41 1991-92......................... *UD, 75-73; UD, 73-64 1992-93......................... UD, 68-62; *UD, 68-67 1993-94 ........................ *UD, 77-63; UD, 79-76 1994-95...........................................*DU, 76-69 1995-96 ........................ UD, 67-65; *DU, 75-61 1996-97................. *DU, 63-54; DU, 73-69 (2ot) 1997-98..... DU, 73-63; *DU, 73-48; #DU, 68-66 1998-99 ........................ DU, 75-66; *DU, 75-64 1999-00 ........................ *UD, 77-61; UD, 79-55 2000-01 ........................ UD, 85-73; *UD, 81-66 2001-02..... UD, 77-59; *UD, 53-43; #UD, 72-63 2002-03..... UD, 48-47; *UD, 51-47; #UD, 68-51 2003-04 .................UD, 58-57 (OT); *UD, 70-61 2004-05......................... *UD, 57-48; UD, 49-46 2005-06 ........................ *UD, 57-55; UD, 75-61 2006-07......................... UD, 65-53; *UD, 64-36 2007-08 ........................ *DU, 66-62; DU, 48-42 2008-09......................... *DU, 56-40; DU, 54-33 2009-10 ..........*DU, 70-67 (2ot); DU, 60-58 (ot); ..................................................#UD, 67-61 (ot) 2010-11......................... DU, 59-56; *UD, 53-44 2011-12 .... *UD, 60-49; UD, 40-39; #UD, 59-43 2012-13..... UD, 65-56; *UD, 62-57; #UD, 59-56 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON First Meeting

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NORTHEASTERN UD leads, 30-10 1983-84.......................................... #UD, 59-45 1991-92...............UD, 61-60 (2 OT); *UD, 66-50 1992-93 ........................*UD, 60-52; NU, 72-57 1993-94.........................NU, 68-45; *UD, 67-58 1994-95.... *NU, 63-56, NU, 77-59, #NU, 65-59 1995-96................. NU, 72-64 (OT), *UD, 69-49 1996-97.........................NU, 56-55, *UD, 81-70 1997-98 ....................... NU, 85-63; *NU, 85-79 1998-99.........................NU, 90-67; *UD, 66-63 1999-00 ........................ *UD, 68-55; UD, 66-61 2000-01......................... UD, 75-64; *UD, 80-57 2005-06..... UD, 78-56; *UD, 73-51; #UD, 55-45 2006-07 ........................ *UD, 65-43; UD, 65-35 2007-08 ........................ *UD, 67-54; UD, 57-52 2008-09 ........................ UD, 65-58; *UD, 64-53 2009-10 ........................ UD, 61-53; *UD, 60-49 2010-11..... UD, 61-51; *UD, 52-37; #UD, 75-66 2011-12...........................UD, 70-54; UD, 89-71 2012-13......................... UD, 76-51; *UD, 77-50

TOWSON UD leads, 46-20 1973-74............................................*TU, 69-47 1974-75...........................................*UD, 62-57 1975-76............................................ UD, 70-51 1976-77...........................................*UD, 62-53 1977-78............................................ UD, 77-65 1978-79............................................*TU, 68-59 1979-80............................................. TU, 66-55 1980-81...........................................*UD, 80-69 1981-82............................................ UD, 60-46 1982-83...........................................*UD, 72-69 1983-84 .......................... UD, 69-59; TU, 61-58 1984-85 .........................TU, 65-59; *UD, 80-68 1985-86 .................. *UD, 90-66; UD, 83-73 (ot) 1986-87.......................... *TU, 65-58; TU, 73-64 1987-88......................... UD, 66-57; *UD, 83-73 1988-89 .........................UD, 72-64; *TU, 60-59 1989-90......................... *UD, 65-59; UD, 66-56 1990-91......................... UD, 72-61; *UD, 70-55 1991-92 .................................... TU, 89-77 (2ot) 1992-93...........................................*UD, 59-49 1993-94............................................ UD, 71-65 1995-96................... *UD, 74-55; UD, 63-61 (ot) 1996-97 .........................*TU, 59-51; UD, 77-70 1997-98.......................... TU, 68-47; *TU, 78-67 1998-99 .........................TU, 68-54; *UD, 69-67 1999-00 .........................TU, 59-53; *UD, 76-60 2000-01 ........................ UD, 74-59; *UD, 79-54 2001-02 ........................ UD, 68-51; *UD, 66-28 2002-03......................... UD, 65-38; *UD, 54-33 2003-04......................... *UD, 65-52; UD, 69-56 2004-05 .........................UD, 63-52; *TU, 68-59 2005-06......................... UD, 67-56; *UD, 64-52 2006-07 ........................ *UD, 79-45; UD, 70-52 2007-08.......................... *TU, 51-49; TU, 58-55 2008-09 .*UD, 64-59 (ot); TU, 71-55; #TU, 40-37 2009-10..........................*UD, 72-49; TU, 56-45 2010-11......................... UD, 64-52; *UD, 75-57 2011-12......................... *UD, 74-51; UD, 65-46 2012-13......................... *UD, 76-44; UD, 77-55 # - Neutral Site * - Delaware Home

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ELENA DELLE DONNE Elena Delle Donne is one of the most illustrious student-athletes, if not the most, in University of Delaware history. The Wilmington, Del. native graduated from UD in May 2013 after four successful seasons playing for the Blue Hens women’s basketball squad. The three-time Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year is first in 10 different categories, including scoring, in the Delaware women’s basketball record books in addition to taking reign over five statistical areas in CAA history. Delle Donne wrapped up her distinguished collegiate career as fifth all-time in NCAA women’s basketball history with 3,039 points. The guard/forward collected double figure points performances in 113 of 114 games played with the Blue Hens. This past season, Delle Donne helped lead the Blue Hens to the Sweet 16 for the first time in school history. During her four years at Delaware, the Hens amassed 104 total victories and two CAA championships. Delle Donne joined elite company in Maya Moore, Karen Jennings and Michelle Flamoe after being named a back-to-back Capital One Academic All-American. Additionally, Delle Donne earned the Senior CLASS honoree. The second overall pick by the Chicago Sky in the 2013 WNBA Draft, Delle Donne earned the league’s Rookie of the Year award in September 2013 after sweeping Rookie of the Month honors.

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ALL-TIME HONORS WNBA Draft Pick | 2nd Overall | Chicago Sky............... 2013 Honda Collegiate Athlete of the Year Finalist.................... 2013 Honda National Women’s Basketball Player of the Year.... 2013 Honda Inspiration Award............................................... 2013 Senior CLASS Award ..................................................... 2013 CAA Player of the Year .............................. 2010; 2012; 2013 CAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year ........................... 2012; 2013 CAA Rookie of the Year ................................................. 2010 All-CAA First Team .......................... 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013 All-CAA Defensive Team............................. 2010; 2012; 2013 All-CAA Rookie Team .................................................... 2010 All-CAA Academic Team ................. 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013 CAA Tournament MVP ......................................... 2012; 2013 CAA All-Tournament Team ............... 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013 NCAA Woman of the Year ................................... CAA; 2013 CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year .......... 2012; 2013 CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team ............. 2012; 2013 CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team ............... 2012; 2013 USA Basketball World University Games Gold Medalist.... 2011 Associated Press All-America First Team ................ 2012; 2013 Associated Press All-America Third Team ........................ 2011 Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention ............ 2010 WBCA State Farm All-America First Team ............. 2012; 2013 WBCA State Farm All-America Honorable Mention ......... 2010 John Wooden All-America First Team ................... 2012; 2013 USBWA All-America First Team ............................ 2012; 2013 College Sports Madness All-America First Team ............... 2012 College Sports Madness All-America Second Team .......... 2013 Kodak/WBCA All-Region II Team ............... 2010; 2012; 2013 All-ECAC First Team/Player of the Year........ 2010; 2012; 2013 All-ECAC Second Team ................................................. 2011 UD Alumni Association Team MVP .... 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013 UD Outstanding Female Senior Athlete ........................... 2013

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2012-13 STATISTICS 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Combined Team Statistics (FINAL) All games

Overall record: 32-4 Conf: 18-0 Home: 14-2 Away: 13-1 Neutral: 5-1 Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

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gp-gs

11 22 12 21 15 03 10 02 13 14 33 23 45

Delle Donne, Elena Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle Lucas, Trumae Richards, Akeema May, Jaquetta Miller, Kayla Green, Courtni Buchanan, Kelsey Bell, Alecia Leon, Stephanie Clark, Jade Craig, Chelsea Team Total.......... Opponents......

30-30 989 33.0 271-557 36-35 1112 30.9 130-323 36-36 1087 30.2 128-277 36-7 860 23.9 82-240 36-34 690 19.2 83-221 36-5 694 19.3 70-146 36-30 964 26.8 45-127 25-0 199 8.0 15-60 35-2 318 9.1 29-73 14-0 74 5.3 9-27 29-0 193 6.7 8-32 13-0 31 2.4 3-9 5-1 14 2.8 1-3 36 36

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Delaware Opponents

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DELAWARE 2411 67.0 +14.8 874-2095 .417 145-427 .340 4.0 518-690 .751 14.4 1479 41.1 +6.6 450 12.5 428 11.9 +2.6 1.1 257 7.1 147 4.1 64722 16-4045 -

1st 2nd 1186 1216 957 915

OT 9 8

.487 .402 .462 .342 .376 .479 .354 .250 .397 .333 .250 .333 .333

Totals 2411 1880

.452 .333 .000 .243 .000 .000 .305 .300 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

% %

# # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * $ $ $ ^ ^ +

187-203 82-118 61-87 56-73 33-49 33-61 25-37 16-18 14-22 6-10 3-7 2-3 0-2

off

.921 71 .695 45 .701 119 .767 44 .673 39 .541 85 .676 5 .889 7 .636 38 .600 8 .429 16 .667 1 .000 4 65 874-2095 .417 145-427 .340 518-690 .751 547 690-2013 .343 168-610 .275 332-489 .679 474 OPP 1880 52.2 690-2013 .343 168-610 .275 4.7 332-489 .679 9.2 1241 34.5 380 10.6 522 14.5 0.7 230 6.4 107 3.0 39143 14-1579 6-2840

52-115 43-129 0-0 17-70 0-0 0-0 18-59 15-50 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

Date 11/09/12 11/11/12 11/14/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/05/12 12/09/12 12/20/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/30/12 01/02/13 01/10/13 01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13 01/24/13 01/27/13 01/29/13 01/31/13 02/03/13 02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13 02/17/13 02/19/13 02/24/13 02/28/13 03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13 03/16/13 03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

Rebounds def tot avg

183 161 195 46 56 75 43 20 36 13 34 1 0 69 932 767

254 206 314 90 95 160 48 27 74 21 50 2 4 134 1479 1241

8.5 5.7 8.7 2.5 2.6 4.4 1.3 1.1 2.1 1.5 1.7 0.2 0.8

pf dq

42 93 59 57 50 65 40 11 34 4 27 0 0

41.1 482 34.5 595

a

0 56 2 71 0 33 1 94 0 41 2 28 0 109 0 5 0 7 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1

to blk stl

33 88 49 64 56 32 50 11 20 3 8 5 1 8 5 450 428 - 380 522

Opponent SAM HOUSTON STATE GEORGETOWN at Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE at Rhode Island PRINCETON #9 MARYLAND at Monmouth vs #rv Villanova vs Duquesne at St. John's GEORGE MASON at Old Dominion at Northeastern TOWSON UNCW at Drexel NORTHEASTERN at Georgia State HOFSTRA at Towson at James Madison OLD DOMINION at William & Mary at George Mason JAMES MADISON at Hofstra DREXEL GEORGIA STATE vs UNCW vs Hofstra vs Drexel WEST VIRGINIA at #13 North Carolina vs #7 Kentucky

W L L W W W W L W W W Wot W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

pts

avg

781 385 317 237 199 173 133 61 72 24 19 8 2

26.0 10.7 8.8 6.6 5.5 4.8 3.7 2.4 2.1 1.7 0.7 0.6 0.4

147 257 2411 107 230 1880

67.0 52.2

69 4 13 8 4 21 1 6 9 1 11 0 0

27 36 44 51 25 22 31 9 7 0 4 1 0

Score 63-31 56-62 47-51 64-46 68-58 57-40 59-58 53-69 82-53 59-45 60-45 60-59 62-27 63-46 76-51 76-44 67-39 65-56 77-50 70-38 79-63 77-55 71-64 86-62 66-44 69-55 61-60 79-50 62-57 86-58 51-43 75-54 59-56 66-53 78-69 62-69

Att. 1872 859 1126 3390 3596 689 4029 5089 710 843 748 829 4212 2739 429 4738 4151 2532 3583 738 5005 835 3787 4382 680 1349 5098 1008 5094 5092 2396 2296 2160 4532 4653 8596

% = Preseason WNIT # = Big Sky Class. at Dartmouth (1st) * = Colonial Athletic Assoc. Game (1st) $ = CAA Tournament at Upper Marlboro, Md.(1st) ^ = NCAA Tournament 1st/2nd Rounds at Newark, Del. + = NCAA Sweet 16 at Bridgeport, Conn.

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2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (FINAL) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

2012-13 RESULTS

OVERALL 32-4 18-0 14-4

Date 11/09/12 11/11/12 11/14/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/05/12 12/09/12

Opponent %SAM HOUSTON STATE %GEORGETOWN at Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE at Rhode Island PRINCETON

12/20/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/30/12 01/02/13 01/10/13

HOME 14-2 9-0 5-2

AWAY 13-1 9-0 4-1

NEUTRAL 5-1 0-0 5-1

W W W W

Score 63-31 56-62 47-51 64-46 68-58 57-40 59-58

#9 MARYLAND at Monmouth #vs #rv Villanova #vs Duquesne at St. John's *GEORGE MASON

W W W Wot W

53-69 82-53 59-45 60-45 60-59 62-27

01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13 01/24/13

*at Old Dominion *at Northeastern *TOWSON *UNCW

W W W W

63-46 76-51 76-44 67-39

2739 429 4738 4151

01/27/13 01/29/13

*at Drexel *NORTHEASTERN

W W

65-56 77-50

2532 (24)Delle Donne, Elena 3583 (26)Delle Donne, Elena

01/31/13 02/03/13

*at Georgia State *HOFSTRA

W W

70-38 79-63

738 (25)Delle Donne, Elena 5005 (35)Delle Donne, Elena

02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13 02/17/13 02/19/13 02/24/13 02/28/13

*at Towson *at James Madison *OLD DOMINION *at William & Mary *at George Mason *JAMES MADISON *at Hofstra

W W W W W W W

77-55 71-64 86-62 66-44 69-55 61-60 79-50

835 3787 4382 680 1349 5098 1008

03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13

*DREXEL *GEORGIA STATE $vs UNCW

W W W

62-57 86-58 51-43

5094 (28)Delle Donne, Elena 5092 (24)Delle Donne, Elena 2396 (21)Delle Donne, Elena

03/16/13 03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

$vs Hofstra $vs Drexel ^WEST VIRGINIA ^at #13 North Carolina +vs #7 Kentucky

W W W W

75-54 59-56 66-53 78-69 62-69

2296 2160 4532 4653 8596

W

L L

L

L

Att. 1872 859 1126 3390 3596 689 4029

High Points (14)Lucas, Trumae (19)Carra, Lauren (12)Carra, Lauren (22)Delle Donne, Elena (20)Carra, Lauren (16)Carra, Lauren (15)May, Jaquetta (15)Carra, Lauren

5089 710 843 748 829 4212

(19)Delle (30)Delle (17)Delle (23)Delle (29)Delle (19)Delle

(28)Delle Donne, Elena (20)Carra, Lauren (38)Delle Donne, Elena (26)Delle Donne, Elena

(19)Delle (20)Delle (26)Delle (24)Delle (31)Delle (28)Delle (32)Delle

(21)Delle (28)Delle (33)Delle (33)Delle (33)Delle

Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne,

Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne,

Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne, Donne,

Elena Elena Elena Elena Elena Elena

Elena Elena Elena Elena Elena Elena Elena

Elena Elena Elena Elena Elena

High Rebounds (12)Parker, Danielle (10)Parker, Danielle (8)Parker, Danielle (13)Parker, Danielle (13)Carra, Lauren (13)Parker, Danielle (7)Parker, Danielle (7)Richards, Akeema (7)Buchanan, Kelsey (9)Parker, Danielle (9)Delle Donne, Elena (13)Delle Donne, Elena (13)Delle Donne, Elena (16)Delle Donne, Elena (7)Delle Donne, Elena (7)Leon, Stephanie (7)May, Jaquetta (15)Parker, Danielle (9)Carra, Lauren (7)May, Jaquetta (8)Delle Donne, Elena (8)Parker, Danielle (10)Parker, Danielle (6)May, Jaquetta (6)Parker, Danielle (6)Carra, Lauren (10)Parker, Danielle (9)Delle Donne, Elena (9)Parker, Danielle (11)Delle Donne, Elena (10)Delle Donne, Elena (8)Carra, Lauren (8)Parker, Danielle (9)Delle Donne, Elena (11)Parker, Danielle (10)Delle Donne, Elena (10)Parker, Danielle (10)Delle Donne, Elena (12)Parker, Danielle (11)Delle Donne, Elena (11)Parker, Danielle (13)Delle Donne, Elena (10)Carra, Lauren (11)Parker, Danielle (13)Parker, Danielle (10)Carra, Lauren

% = Preseason WNIT # = Big Sky Class. at Dartmouth (1st) * = Colonial Athletic Assoc. Game (1st) $ = CAA Tournament at Upper Marlboro, Md.(1st) ^ = NCAA Tournament 1st/2nd Rounds at Newark, Del. + = NCAA Sweet 16 at Bridgeport, Conn. Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

16 14 6 36

Attend

64722 22104 17039 103865

Avg/Game

4045 1579 2840 2885

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TEAM GAME-BY-GAME 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Team Game-by-Game (FINAL) All games TEAM STATISTICS

Opponent

Date

Score

Total fg-fga

SAM HOUSTON STATE GEORGETOWN at Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE at Rhode Island PRINCETON #9 MARYLAND at Monmouth vs #rv Villanova vs Duquesne at St. John's GEORGE MASON at Old Dominion at Northeastern TOWSON UNCW at Drexel NORTHEASTERN at Georgia State HOFSTRA at Towson at James Madison OLD DOMINION at William & Mary at George Mason JAMES MADISON at Hofstra DREXEL GEORGIA STATE vs UNCW vs Hofstra vs Drexel WEST VIRGINIA at #13 North Carolina vs #7 Kentucky

11/09/12 11/11/12 11/14/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/05/12 12/09/12 12/20/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/30/12 01/02/13 01/10/13 01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13 01/24/13 01/27/13 01/29/13 01/31/13 02/03/13 02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13 02/17/13 02/19/13 02/24/13 02/28/13 03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13 03/16/13 03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

63-31 W 56-62 L 47-51 L 64-46 W 68-58 W 57-40 W 59-58 W 53-69 L 82-53 W 59-45 W 60-45 W 60-59 Wot 62-27 W 63-46 W 76-51 W 76-44 W 67-39 W 65-56 W 77-50 W 70-38 W 79-63 W 77-55 W 71-64 W 86-62 W 66-44 W 69-55 W 61-60 W 79-50 W 62-57 W 86-58 W 51-43 W 75-54 W 59-56 W 66-53 W 78-69 W 62-69 L

22-66 17-47 18-51 28-66 19-53 24-60 21-63 20-61 29-59 23-58 19-46 19-58 22-52 26-63 26-64 29-56 28-71 23-55 30-53 26-59 25-64 30-62 25-54 31-58 28-58 24-54 19-51 33-64 21-56 32-74 18-48 31-74 19-47 23-58 25-59 21-53

Delaware Opponents

2411 1880

Games played: 36 Points/game: 67.0 FG Pct: 41.7 3FG Pct: 34.0 FT Pct: 75.1

874-2095 690-2013

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.333 .362 .353 .424 .358 .400 .333 .328 .492 .397 .413 .328 .423 .413 .406 .518 .394 .418 .566 .441 .391 .484 .463 .534 .483 .444 .373 .516 .375 .432 .375 .419 .404 .397 .424 .396

3-14 8-22 1-9 4-11 3-8 2-8 2-10 4-10 6-15 2-11 3-9 4-8 4-15 3-15 7-15 7-13 6-17 7-15 8-13 1-12 5-15 3-12 5-14 6-12 3-14 3-10 3-8 4-8 5-13 12-23 1-6 2-12 4-9 1-6 2-9 1-6

.417 145-427 .343 168-610

.214 .364 .111 .364 .375 .250 .200 .400 .400 .182 .333 .500 .267 .200 .467 .538 .353 .467 .615 .083 .333 .250 .357 .500 .214 .300 .375 .500 .385 .522 .167 .167 .444 .167 .222 .167

Free throws ft-fta pct

off

16-25 14-25 10-15 4-10 27-41 7-12 15-20 9-14 18-21 11-12 19-22 18-24 14-17 8-17 17-23 11-15 5-6 12-16 9-12 17-19 24-30 14-18 16-19 18-23 7-13 18-21 20-27 9-11 15-16 10-14 14-22 11-16 17-20 19-22 26-32 19-20

.640 .560 .667 .400 .659 .583 .750 .643 .857 .917 .864 .750 .824 .471 .739 .733 .833 .750 .750 .895 .800 .778 .842 .783 .538 .857 .741 .818 .938 .714 .636 .688 .850 .864 .813 .950

24 13 13 13 18 16 12 12 15 13 9 18 16 22 26 9 19 13 10 15 13 16 11 13 17 11 11 13 16 25 12 21 10 16 20 16

.751 .679

547 474

.340 518-690 .275 332-489

Rebounds def tot

27 22 26 27 24 26 26 23 29 28 36 30 31 37 22 20 27 21 30 33 23 27 24 24 21 25 24 22 26 28 27 29 20 20 23 24

51 35 39 40 42 42 38 35 44 41 45 48 47 59 48 29 46 34 40 48 36 43 35 37 38 36 35 35 42 53 39 50 30 36 43 40

avg

pf

51.0 43.0 41.7 41.2 41.4 41.5 41.0 40.2 40.7 40.7 41.1 41.7 42.1 43.3 43.6 42.7 42.9 42.4 42.3 42.5 42.2 42.3 42.0 41.8 41.6 41.4 41.1 40.9 41.0 41.4 41.3 41.6 41.2 41.1 41.1 41.1

16 17 19 12 13 17 13 10 10 8 13 19 14 16 11 12 14 13 10 14 14 19 14 15 12 13 15 15 9 12 7 13 12 7 13 21

a t/o blk stl

8 11 11 15 9 15 8 9 14 8 10 6 13 14 13 19 16 13 16 15 10 18 7 24 13 17 10 16 12 20 11 15 11 8 8 7

12 22 21 10 8 10 11 13 10 11 19 19 11 18 9 12 8 8 14 14 8 13 8 11 8 12 9 11 11 15 10 7 8 9 9 19

2 3 4 2 4 4 3 2 5 3 5 6 3 7 5 3 6 3 2 5 4 5 3 6 4 5 9 8 4 4 3 4 1 5 4 1

10 6 6 9 2 10 6 4 7 8 6 7 8 5 10 14 8 6 8 7 9 10 5 7 8 8 6 9 4 8 6 7 5 9 5 4

pts

avg

63 56 47 64 68 57 59 53 82 59 60 60 62 63 76 76 67 65 77 70 79 77 71 86 66 69 61 79 62 86 51 75 59 66 78 62

63.0 59.5 55.3 57.5 59.6 59.2 59.1 58.4 61.0 60.8 60.7 60.7 60.8 60.9 61.9 62.8 63.1 63.2 63.9 64.2 64.9 65.5 65.7 66.5 66.5 66.6 66.4 66.9 66.7 67.3 66.8 67.1 66.8 66.8 67.1 67.0

932 1479 41.1 482 450 428 147 257 2411 67.0 767 1241 34.5 595 380 522 107 230 1880 52.2

Rebounds/game: 41.1 Assists/game: 12.5 Turnovers/game: 11.9 Assist/turnover ratio: 1.1 Steals/game: 7.1 Blocks/game: 4.1

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OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Opponent Game-by-Game (FINAL) All games OPPONENT STATISTICS

Opponent

Date

Score

Total fg-fga

SAM HOUSTON STATE GEORGETOWN at Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE at Rhode Island PRINCETON #9 MARYLAND at Monmouth vs #rv Villanova vs Duquesne at St. John's GEORGE MASON at Old Dominion at Northeastern TOWSON UNCW at Drexel NORTHEASTERN at Georgia State HOFSTRA at Towson at James Madison OLD DOMINION at William & Mary at George Mason JAMES MADISON at Hofstra DREXEL GEORGIA STATE vs UNCW vs Hofstra vs Drexel WEST VIRGINIA at #13 North Carolina vs #7 Kentucky

11/09/12 11/11/12 11/14/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/05/12 12/09/12 12/20/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/30/12 01/02/13 01/10/13 01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13 01/24/13 01/27/13 01/29/13 01/31/13 02/03/13 02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13 02/17/13 02/19/13 02/24/13 02/28/13 03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13 03/16/13 03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

63-31 W 56-62 L 47-51 L 64-46 W 68-58 W 57-40 W 59-58 W 53-69 L 82-53 W 59-45 W 60-45 W 60-59 Wot 62-27 W 63-46 W 76-51 W 76-44 W 67-39 W 65-56 W 77-50 W 70-38 W 79-63 W 77-55 W 71-64 W 86-62 W 66-44 W 69-55 W 61-60 W 79-50 W 62-57 W 86-58 W 51-43 W 75-54 W 59-56 W 66-53 W 78-69 W 62-69 L

11-51 20-50 19-60 17-56 21-54 13-47 23-55 26-62 18-59 17-59 17-60 19-67 8-48 17-63 20-56 16-46 15-42 19-56 18-56 16-52 24-57 20-52 22-58 19-51 18-47 21-62 24-77 19-53 22-57 24-63 16-53 20-59 21-48 21-54 24-61 25-62

Opponents Delaware

Games played: 36 Points/game: 52.2 FG Pct: 34.3 3FG Pct: 27.5 FT Pct: 67.9

1880 2411

690-2013 874-2095

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.216 .400 .317 .304 .389 .277 .418 .419 .305 .288 .283 .284 .167 .270 .357 .348 .357 .339 .321 .308 .421 .385 .379 .373 .383 .339 .312 .358 .386 .381 .302 .339 .438 .389 .393 .403

1-13 4-16 3-16 2-15 7-14 2-4 3-18 7-18 4-15 6-33 4-21 2-8 3-7 4-20 6-20 3-9 6-17 7-24 9-25 0-7 4-12 3-7 7-20 6-16 2-12 2-10 4-23 4-14 9-23 2-16 7-30 5-17 10-25 6-22 7-19 7-24

.343 168-610 .417 145-427

.077 .250 .188 .133 .500 .500 .167 .389 .267 .182 .190 .250 .429 .200 .300 .333 .353 .292 .360 .000 .333 .429 .350 .375 .167 .200 .174 .286 .391 .125 .233 .294 .400 .273 .368 .292

Free throws ft-fta pct

off

8-11 18-23 10-15 10-14 9-15 12-19 9-15 10-10 13-15 5-8 7-14 19-28 8-13 8-15 5-5 9-13 3-14 11-11 5-7 6-14 11-15 12-22 13-15 18-22 6-7 11-16 8-11 8-15 4-5 8-14 4-6 9-11 4-6 5-6 14-20 12-19

.727 .783 .667 .714 .600 .632 .600 1.000 .867 .625 .500 .679 .615 .533 1.000 .692 .214 1.000 .714 .429 .733 .545 .867 .818 .857 .688 .727 .533 .800 .571 .667 .818 .667 .833 .700 .632

14 11 18 13 12 13 10 13 14 14 12 24 12 13 14 12 5 15 10 6 13 12 12 10 9 19 30 17 9 14 7 11 8 13 17 18

.679 .751

474 547

.275 332-489 .340 518-690

Rebounds def tot

24 22 23 28 25 23 33 31 18 23 20 24 15 22 14 21 25 21 15 17 29 19 20 17 16 21 25 19 20 18 23 22 19 20 18 17

38 33 41 41 37 36 43 44 32 37 32 48 27 35 28 33 30 36 25 23 42 31 32 27 25 40 55 36 29 32 30 33 27 33 35 35

avg

pf

38.0 35.5 37.3 38.2 38.0 37.7 38.4 39.1 38.3 38.2 37.6 38.5 37.6 37.4 36.8 36.6 36.2 36.2 35.6 35.0 35.3 35.1 35.0 34.6 34.2 34.5 35.2 35.2 35.0 34.9 34.8 34.7 34.5 34.4 34.5 34.5

16 21 14 9 27 15 16 14 16 14 18 18 16 17 15 14 12 14 12 18 21 17 16 20 19 15 19 17 15 12 17 14 15 20 24 18

a t/o blk stl

6 8 10 7 8 10 11 19 8 9 7 11 5 8 8 10 10 15 15 6 13 11 11 12 11 15 9 11 15 9 8 15 16 8 16 9

21 20 16 17 13 17 18 16 13 14 15 12 13 10 14 23 16 9 14 14 20 19 11 16 14 13 8 22 7 13 10 14 11 17 11 11

4 1 5 2 2 3 3 4 2 2 6 7 4 1 7 1 1 4 2 7 0 2 1 0 0 2 2 7 1 4 1 5 4 2 6 2

4 10 12 2 2 3 8 6 4 7 9 14 4 9 7 7 3 4 10 7 6 11 5 3 5 8 4 7 4 11 3 7 3 4 7 10

pts

avg

31 62 51 46 58 40 58 69 53 45 45 59 27 46 51 44 39 56 50 38 63 55 64 62 44 55 60 50 57 58 43 54 56 53 69 69

31.0 46.5 48.0 47.5 49.6 48.0 49.4 51.9 52.0 51.3 50.7 51.4 49.5 49.3 49.4 49.1 48.5 48.9 48.9 48.4 49.1 49.4 50.0 50.5 50.2 50.4 50.8 50.8 51.0 51.2 50.9 51.0 51.2 51.2 51.7 52.2

767 1241 34.5 595 380 522 107 230 1880 52.2 932 1479 41.1 482 450 428 147 257 2411 67.0

Rebounds/game: 34.5 Assists/game: 10.6 Turnovers/game: 14.5 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.7 Steals/game: 6.4 Blocks/game: 3.0

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1st 26/16 30/28 18/26 41/25 25/30 28/16 25/32 28/35 45/28 32/34 22/12 27/24 35/12 32/27 44/29 33/20 34/18 33/28 37/24 40/21 46/33 45/28 37/34 41/28 36/25 41/24 25/29 39/32 26/25 44/23 15/20 38/27 30/27 26/33 35/43 27/41

2nd 37/15 26/34 29/25 23/21 43/28 29/24 34/26 25/34 37/25 27/11 38/33 24/27 27/15 31/19 32/22 43/24 33/21 32/28 40/26 30/17 33/30 32/27 34/30 45/34 30/19 28/31 36/31 40/18 36/32 42/35 36/23 37/27 29/29 40/20 43/26 35/28

Score 63-31 56-62 47-51 64-46 68-58 57-40 59-58 53-69 82-53 59-45 60-45 60-59 62-27 63-46 76-51 76-44 67-39 65-56 77-50 70-38 79-63 77-55 71-64 86-62 66-44 69-55 61-60 79-50 62-57 86-58 51-43 75-54 59-56 66-53 78-69 62-69

Mar +32 (6) (4) +18 +10 +17 +1 (16) +29 +14 +15 +1 +35 +17 +25 +32 +28 +9 +27 +32 +16 +22 +7 +24 +22 +14 +1 +29 +5 +28 +8 +21 +3 +13 +9 (7)

Total FG 22-66/11-51 17-47/20-50 18-51/19-60 28-66/17-56 19-53/21-54 24-60/13-47 21-63/23-55 20-61/26-62 29-59/18-59 23-58/17-59 19-46/17-60 19-58/19-67 22-52/8-48 26-63/17-63 26-64/20-56 29-56/16-46 28-71/15-42 23-55/19-56 30-53/18-56 26-59/16-52 25-64/24-57 30-62/20-52 25-54/22-58 31-58/19-51 28-58/18-47 24-54/21-62 19-51/24-77 33-64/19-53 21-56/22-57 32-74/24-63 18-48/16-53 31-74/20-59 19-47/21-48 23-58/21-54 25-59/24-61 21-53/25-62

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

Opponent SAM HOUSTON STATE GEORGETOWN Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE Rhode Island PRINCETON #9 MARYLAND Monmouth #rv Villanova Duquesne St. John's GEORGE MASON Old Dominion Northeastern TOWSON UNCW Drexel NORTHEASTERN Georgia State HOFSTRA Towson James Madison OLD DOMINION William & Mary George Mason JAMES MADISON Hofstra DREXEL GEORGIA STATE UNCW Hofstra Drexel WEST VIRGINIA #13 North Carolina #7 Kentucky

FG Pct .333/.216 .362/.400 .353/.317 .424/.304 .358/.389 .400/.277 .333/.418 .328/.419 .492/.305 .397/.288 .413/.283 .328/.284 .423/.167 .413/.270 .406/.357 .518/.348 .394/.357 .418/.339 .566/.321 .441/.308 .391/.421 .484/.385 .463/.379 .534/.373 .483/.383 .444/.339 .373/.312 .516/.358 .375/.386 .432/.381 .375/.302 .419/.339 .404/.438 .397/.389 .424/.393 .396/.403

3-Pointers 3-14/1-13 8-22/4-16 1-9/3-16 4-11/2-15 3-8/7-14 2-8/2-4 2-10/3-18 4-10/7-18 6-15/4-15 2-11/6-33 3-9/4-21 4-8/2-8 4-15/3-7 3-15/4-20 7-15/6-20 7-13/3-9 6-17/6-17 7-15/7-24 8-13/9-25 1-12/0-7 5-15/4-12 3-12/3-7 5-14/7-20 6-12/6-16 3-14/2-12 3-10/2-10 3-8/4-23 4-8/4-14 5-13/9-23 12-23/2-16 1-6/7-30 2-12/5-17 4-9/10-25 1-6/6-22 2-9/7-19 1-6/7-24

3FG Pct .214/.077 .364/.250 .111/.188 .364/.133 .375/.500 .250/.500 .200/.167 .400/.389 .400/.267 .182/.182 .333/.190 .500/.250 .267/.429 .200/.200 .467/.300 .538/.333 .353/.353 .467/.292 .615/.360 .083/.000 .333/.333 .250/.429 .357/.350 .500/.375 .214/.167 .300/.200 .375/.174 .500/.286 .385/.391 .522/.125 .167/.233 .167/.294 .444/.400 .167/.273 .222/.368 .167/.292

Free Throws 16-25/8-11 14-25/18-23 10-15/10-15 4-10/10-14 27-41/9-15 7-12/12-19 15-20/9-15 9-14/10-10 18-21/13-15 11-12/5-8 19-22/7-14 18-24/19-28 14-17/8-13 8-17/8-15 17-23/5-5 11-15/9-13 5-6/3-14 12-16/11-11 9-12/5-7 17-19/6-14 24-30/11-15 14-18/12-22 16-19/13-15 18-23/18-22 7-13/6-7 18-21/11-16 20-27/8-11 9-11/8-15 15-16/4-5 10-14/8-14 14-22/4-6 11-16/9-11 17-20/4-6 19-22/5-6 26-32/14-20 19-20/12-19

FT Pct .640/.727 .560/.783 .667/.667 .400/.714 .659/.600 .583/.632 .750/.600 .643/1000 .857/.867 .917/.625 .864/.500 .750/.679 .824/.615 .471/.533 .739/1000 .733/.692 .833/.214 .750/1000 .750/.714 .895/.429 .800/.733 .778/.545 .842/.867 .783/.818 .538/.857 .857/.688 .741/.727 .818/.533 .938/.800 .714/.571 .636/.667 .688/.818 .850/.667 .864/.833 .813/.700 .950/.632

2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Team Game-by-Game Comparison (FINAL) All games Rebounds 51/38 +13 35/33 +2 39/41 (2) 40/41 (1) 42/37 +5 42/36 +6 38/43 (5) 35/44 (9) 44/32 +12 41/37 +4 45/32 +13 48/48 47/27 +20 59/35 +24 48/28 +20 29/33 (4) 46/30 +16 34/36 (2) 40/25 +15 48/23 +25 36/42 (6) 43/31 +12 35/32 +3 37/27 +10 38/25 +13 36/40 (4) 35/55 (20) 35/36 (1) 42/29 +13 53/32 +21 39/30 +9 50/33 +17 30/27 +3 36/33 +3 43/35 +8 40/35 +5

Assist T/Over 8/6 12/21 11/8 22/20 11/10 21/16 15/7 10/17 9/8 8/13 15/10 10/17 8/11 11/18 9/19 13/16 14/8 10/13 8/9 11/14 10/7 19/15 6/11 19/12 13/5 11/13 14/8 18/10 13/8 9/14 19/10 12/23 16/10 8/16 13/15 8/9 16/15 14/14 15/6 14/14 10/13 8/20 18/11 13/19 7/11 8/11 24/12 11/16 13/11 8/14 17/15 12/13 10/9 9/8 16/11 11/22 12/15 11/7 20/9 15/13 11/8 10/10 15/15 7/14 11/16 8/11 8/8 9/17 8/16 9/11 7/9 19/11

Block 2/4 3/1 4/5 2/2 4/2 4/3 3/3 2/4 5/2 3/2 5/6 6/7 3/4 7/1 5/7 3/1 6/1 3/4 2/2 5/7 4/0 5/2 3/1 6/0 4/0 5/2 9/2 8/7 4/1 4/4 3/1 4/5 1/4 5/2 4/6 1/2

Steal 10/4 6/10 6/12 9/2 2/2 10/3 6/8 4/6 7/4 8/7 6/9 7/14 8/4 5/9 10/7 14/7 8/3 6/4 8/10 7/7 9/6 10/11 5/5 7/3 8/5 8/8 6/4 9/7 4/4 8/11 6/3 7/7 5/3 9/4 5/7 4/10

Fouls 16/16 17/21 19/14 12/9 13/27 17/15 13/16 10/14 10/16 8/14 13/18 19/18 14/16 16/17 11/15 12/14 14/12 13/14 10/12 14/18 14/21 19/17 14/16 15/20 12/19 13/15 15/19 15/17 9/15 12/12 7/17 13/14 12/15 7/20 13/24 21/18

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GAME LEADERS 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Game-by-Game Highs (FINAL) All games

Opponent SAM HOUSTON STATE

Date 11/09/12

Score Points 63-31 14-Lucas, Trumae

Rebounds 12-Parker, Danielle

Assists Steals 4-Richards, Akeema 3-Parker, Danielle

GEORGETOWN at Duquesne

11/11/12 11/14/12

56-62 19-Carra, Lauren 47-51 12-Carra, Lauren

10-Parker, Danielle 8-Parker, Danielle

PROVIDENCE

11/20/12

64-46 22-Delle Donne, Elena 13-Parker, Danielle

4-Miller, Kayla 3-Miller, Kayla Lucas, Trumae Carra, Lauren 6-Carra, Lauren

ST. BONAVENTURE

11/28/12

68-58 20-Carra, Lauren

at Rhode Island PRINCETON

12/05/12 12/09/12

57-40 16-Carra, Lauren 59-58 15-Carra, Lauren May, Jaquetta

#9 MARYLAND

12/20/12

13-Parker, Danielle 7-Buchanan, Kelsey Richards, Akeema Parker, Danielle 53-69 19-Delle Donne, Elena 9-Parker, Danielle

at Monmouth

12/22/12

82-53 30-Delle Donne, Elena 9-Delle Donne, Elena 4-Miller, Kayla

vs #rv Villanova vs Duquesne

12/29/12 12/30/12

at St. John's

01/02/13

59-45 17-Delle Donne, Elena 13-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Lucas, Trumae 3-May, Jaquetta 60-45 23-Delle Donne, Elena 13-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Miller, Kayla 4-Miller, Kayla May, Jaquetta 60-59 29-Delle Donne, Elena 16-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Parker, Danielle

GEORGE MASON

01/10/13

at Old Dominion at Northeastern TOWSON

01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13

UNCW

01/24/13

at Drexel

01/27/13

NORTHEASTERN

01/29/13

at Georgia State

01/31/13

13-Carra, Lauren

62-27 19-Delle Donne, Elena 7-Parker, Danielle May, Jaquetta Leon, Stephanie Delle Donne, Elena 63-46 28-Delle Donne, Elena 15-Parker, Danielle 76-51 20-Carra, Lauren 9-Carra, Lauren 76-44 38-Delle Donne, Elena 7-May, Jaquetta

67-39 26-Delle Donne, Elena 8-Parker, Danielle Delle Donne, Elena 65-56 24-Delle Donne, Elena 10-Parker, Danielle

77-50 26-Delle Donne, Elena 6-Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle May, Jaquetta 70-38 25-Delle Donne, Elena 10-Parker, Danielle

2-Carra, Lauren Richards, Akeema Miller, Kayla 5-Carra, Lauren 3-Carra, Lauren Miller, Kayla 3-Lucas, Trumae

3-Parker, Danielle 2-Lucas, Trumae Parker, Danielle 3-Carra, Lauren 1-Richards, Akeema May, Jaquetta

Blocked shots 1-Leon, Stephanie Lucas, Trumae 2-May, Jaquetta 2-Leon, Stephanie

1-Richards, Akeema Delle Donne, Elena 2-May, Jaquetta

4-Parker, Danielle 5-Miller, Kayla

3-May, Jaquetta 2-Buchanan, Kelsey

1-Miller, Kayla Lucas, Trumae Delle Donne, Elena Richards, Akeema 2-May, Jaquetta

2-Delle Donne, Elena

2-Green, Courtni Delle Donne, Elena 2-Delle Donne, Elena 4-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Delle Donne, Elena May, Jaquetta 2-Leon, Stephanie

4-Richards, Akeema

2-Miller, Kayla

4-Miller, Kayla 4-Lucas, Trumae 7-Miller, Kayla

2-Delle Donne, Elena 5-Delle Donne, Elena 4-Miller, Kayla 4-Delle Donne, Elena 4-May, Jaquetta 1-Delle Donne, Elena Delle Donne, Elena Lucas, Trumae Bell, Alecia 2-Lucas, Trumae 2-Delle Donne, Elena Parker, Danielle May, Jaquetta 1-Carra, Lauren 3-Delle Donne, Elena Miller, Kayla Parker, Danielle Delle Donne, Elena Lucas, Trumae Richards, Akeema 3-Delle Donne, Elena 1-Richards, Akeema Carra, Lauren

4-Lucas, Trumae 7-Miller, Kayla

9-Miller, Kayla

4-Lucas, Trumae Miller, Kayla

1-Lucas, Trumae Richards, Akeema Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle Buchanan, Kelsey Delle Donne, Elena Miller, Kayla

2-Delle Donne, Elena

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GAME LEADERS 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Game-by-Game Highs (FINAL) All games

Opponent HOFSTRA

Date 02/03/13

at Towson at James Madison OLD DOMINION

02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13

Score Points Rebounds 79-63 35-Delle Donne, Elena 9-Parker, Danielle Delle Donne, Elena 77-55 19-Delle Donne, Elena 11-Delle Donne, Elena 71-64 20-Delle Donne, Elena 10-Delle Donne, Elena 86-62 26-Delle Donne, Elena 8-Carra, Lauren

at William & Mary

02/17/13

66-44 24-Delle Donne, Elena 8-Parker, Danielle

at George Mason

02/19/13

69-55 31-Delle Donne, Elena 9-Delle Donne, Elena 6-Miller, Kayla

JAMES MADISON at Hofstra

02/24/13 02/28/13

DREXEL GEORGIA STATE vs UNCW

03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13

vs Hofstra

03/16/13

61-60 28-Delle Donne, Elena 11-Parker, Danielle 79-50 32-Delle Donne, Elena 10-Parker, Danielle Delle Donne, Elena 62-57 28-Delle Donne, Elena 10-Delle Donne, Elena 86-58 24-Delle Donne, Elena 12-Parker, Danielle 51-43 21-Delle Donne, Elena 11-Parker, Danielle Delle Donne, Elena 75-54 21-Delle Donne, Elena 13-Delle Donne, Elena

vs Drexel WEST VIRGINIA at #13 North Carolina vs #7 Kentucky

03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

59-56 66-53 78-69 62-69

28-Delle Donne, Elena 33-Delle Donne, Elena 33-Delle Donne, Elena 33-Delle Donne, Elena

10-Carra, Lauren 11-Parker, Danielle 13-Parker, Danielle 10-Carra, Lauren

Assists 4-Miller, Kayla

Steals 2-May, Jaquetta Delle Donne, Elena 5-Miller, Kayla 4-Parker, Danielle 3-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Lucas, Trumae 6-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Delle Donne, Elena Parker, Danielle 3-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Lucas, Trumae Lucas, Trumae Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle

4-Miller, Kayla 8-Lucas, Trumae 4-Carra, Lauren 9-Lucas, Trumae 5-Lucas, Trumae 4-Carra, Lauren Miller, Kayla 6-Carra, Lauren 4-Lucas, Trumae 4-Lucas, Trumae 3-Lucas, Trumae

Blocked shots 4-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Delle Donne, Elena

1-Parker, Danielle May, Jaquetta Delle Donne, Elena Lucas, Trumae 2-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Parker, Danielle Miller, Kayla Delle Donne, Elena 3-Carra, Lauren 6-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Richards, Akeema 4-Delle Donne, Elena Carra, Lauren 2-Lucas, Trumae 3-Delle Donne, Elena 3-Lucas, Trumae 2-Buchanan, Kelsey 2-Lucas, Trumae 2-Delle Donne, Elena Carra, Lauren 3-Lucas, Trumae 2-Delle Donne, Elena

2-Carra, Lauren 4-Parker, Danielle 4-Lucas, Trumae 2-Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle

1-Delle Donne, Elena 4-Delle Donne, Elena 2-Delle Donne, Elena 1-May, Jaquetta

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2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Team High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games

TEAM GAME HIGHS Delaware - TEAM GAME HIGHS

POINTS

FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

86 86 82 79 79 33 32 74 74 .566 .534 12 8 8 23 22 .615 .538 27 26 41 32 .950 .938 59 53 24 20 14 10 10 10 10 9 8 22 21 21 19 19 19

(30-53) (31-58)

(8-13) (7-13)

(19-20) (15-16)

GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) OLD DOMINION (02/14/13) at Monmouth (12/22/12) at Hofstra (02/28/13) HOFSTRA (02/03/13) at Hofstra (02/28/13) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) vs Hofstra (03/16/13) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) NORTHEASTERN (01/29/13) OLD DOMINION (02/14/13) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) NORTHEASTERN (01/29/13) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) NORTHEASTERN (01/29/13) TOWSON (01/20/13) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) DREXEL (03/03/13) at Old Dominion (01/13/13) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) OLD DOMINION (02/14/13) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13) TOWSON (01/20/13) at Towson (02/07/13) at Northeastern (01/15/13) at Rhode Island (12/05/12) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) JAMES MADISON (02/24/13) at Hofstra (02/28/13) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) at Duquesne (11/14/12) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) at Towson (02/07/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) at Duquesne (11/14/12)

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2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games

2012-13 IN REVIEW

OPPONENT GAME HIGHS Opponent - GAME HIGHS

POINTS

FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS

TURNOVERS FOULS

69 69 69 64 63 26 25 77 67 .438 .421 10 9 9 33 30 .500 .500 19 18 18 28 23 1.000 1.000 1.000 55 48 19 16 16 14 12 7 7 7 7 23 22 27 24

(21-48) (24-57)

(7-14) (2-4)

(11-11) (10-10) (5-5)

vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) at James Madison (02/10/13) HOFSTRA (02/03/13) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) JAMES MADISON (02/24/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) HOFSTRA (02/03/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) DREXEL (03/03/13) NORTHEASTERN (01/29/13) vs #rv Villanova (12/29/12) vs UNCW (03/15/13) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) at Rhode Island (12/05/12) at St. John's (01/02/13) OLD DOMINION (02/14/13) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) at St. John's (01/02/13) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) at Drexel (01/27/13) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) at Northeastern (01/15/13) JAMES MADISON (02/24/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) at Duquesne (11/14/12) at Hofstra (02/28/13) at Georgia State (01/31/13) at Northeastern (01/15/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) TOWSON (01/20/13) at Hofstra (02/28/13) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13)

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2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games

TEAM GAME LOWS Delaware - GAME LOWS

POINTS

FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE

3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS

FOULS

47 51 53 56 57 17 18 18 46 47 47 .328 .328 1 1 1 1 1 6 6 6 .083 .111 4 5 6 10 .400 .471 29 30 6 7 7 2 4 4 4 1 1 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7

(19-58) (20-61)

(1-12) (1-9)

(4-10) (8-17)

at Duquesne (11/14/12) vs UNCW (03/15/13) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) at Rhode Island (12/05/12) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) at Duquesne (11/14/12) vs UNCW (03/15/13) vs Duquesne (12/30/12) GEORGETOWN (11/11/12) vs Drexel (03/17/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) at Duquesne (11/14/12) at Georgia State (01/31/13) vs UNCW (03/15/13) WEST VIRGINIA (03/24/13) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) vs UNCW (03/15/13) WEST VIRGINIA (03/24/13) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) at Georgia State (01/31/13) at Duquesne (11/14/12) PROVIDENCE (11/20/12) UNCW (01/24/13) UNCW (01/24/13) PROVIDENCE (11/20/12) PROVIDENCE (11/20/12) at Old Dominion (01/13/13) TOWSON (01/20/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) at St. John's (01/02/13) at James Madison (02/10/13) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) #9 MARYLAND (12/20/12) DREXEL (03/03/13) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) vs Hofstra (03/16/13) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) UNCW (01/24/13) at Drexel (01/27/13) HOFSTRA (02/03/13) at James Madison (02/10/13) at William & Mary (02/17/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) vs UNCW (03/15/13) WEST VIRGINIA (03/24/13)

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2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games

2012-13 IN REVIEW

OPPONENT GAME LOWS Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS

FIELD GOALS MADE FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS

3 PT FG PERCENTAGE FREE THROWS MADE

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS FOULS

27 31 38 39 40 8 11 42 46 .167 .216 0 1 4 7 7 7 .000 .077 3 4 4 4 5 5 .214 .429 23 25 25 5 6 6 2 2 0 0 0 7 8 9 12 12 12

(8-48) (11-51)

(0-7) (1-13)

(3-14) (6-14)

GEORGE MASON (01/10/13) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) at Georgia State (01/31/13) UNCW (01/24/13) at Rhode Island (12/05/12) GEORGE MASON (01/10/13) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) UNCW (01/24/13) TOWSON (01/20/13) GEORGE MASON (01/10/13) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) at Georgia State (01/31/13) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) at Rhode Island (12/05/12) GEORGE MASON (01/10/13) at Georgia State (01/31/13) at Towson (02/07/13) at Georgia State (01/31/13) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) UNCW (01/24/13) DREXEL (03/03/13) vs UNCW (03/15/13) vs Drexel (03/17/13) at Northeastern (01/15/13) DREXEL (03/03/13) UNCW (01/24/13) at Georgia State (01/31/13) at Georgia State (01/31/13) NORTHEASTERN (01/29/13) at William & Mary (02/17/13) GEORGE MASON (01/10/13) SAM HOUSTON STATE (11/09/12) at Georgia State (01/31/13) PROVIDENCE (11/20/12) ST. BONAVENTURE (11/28/12) HOFSTRA (02/03/13) OLD DOMINION (02/14/13) at William & Mary (02/17/13) DREXEL (03/03/13) JAMES MADISON (02/24/13) PROVIDENCE (11/20/12) UNCW (01/24/13) NORTHEASTERN (01/29/13) GEORGIA STATE (03/06/13)

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Player High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games Delaware - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points

Field Goals Made Field Goal Att. FG Pct (min 5 made) 3-Point FG Made

3-Point FG Att.

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made)

Free Throws Made Free Throw Att.

FT Pct (min 3 made)

38 35 33 33 33 14 12 28 26 .833 .778 4 4 4 4 4 4 10 7 7 7 7 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 13 12 15 13 13 13 13 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

(5-6) (7-9)

(2-2) (2-2) (2-2) (2-2) (2-2) (2-2)

(13-13) (11-11) (11-11) (9-9) (8-8) (7-7) (6-6) (6-6) (6-6) (6-6) (6-6) (5-5) (5-5) (5-5) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4)

Delle Donne, Elena vs Towson (01/20/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) Delle Donne, Elena at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Towson (01/20/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Hofstra (02/28/13) Delle Donne, Elena at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Old Dominion (01/13/13) May, Jaquetta at Northeastern (01/15/13) Parker, Danielle at Hofstra (02/28/13) Carra, Lauren vs Georgia State (03/06/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Georgia State (03/06/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Monmouth (12/22/12) Lucas, Trumae vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Carra, Lauren vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Delle Donne, Elena vs Georgia State (03/06/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Green, Courtni vs UNCW (01/24/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Old Dominion (01/13/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Drexel (03/17/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Hofstra (02/28/13) Carra, Lauren at George Mason (02/19/13) Green, Courtni vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Carra, Lauren vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Miller, Kayla vs UNCW (01/24/13) Delle Donne, Elena at St. John's (01/02/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Carra, Lauren vs St. Bonaventure (11/28/12) Delle Donne, Elena at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Delle Donne, Elena at St. John's (01/02/13) Carra, Lauren vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Delle Donne, Elena at St. John's (01/02/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Drexel (03/03/13) Delle Donne, Elena at James Madison (02/10/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Duquesne (12/30/12) Delle Donne, Elena at Hofstra (02/28/13) Carra, Lauren vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) Parker, Danielle at Towson (02/07/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Monmouth (12/22/12) Lucas, Trumae vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) Lucas, Trumae vs Hofstra (03/16/13) Parker, Danielle vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Parker, Danielle at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Carra, Lauren vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Lucas, Trumae vs Drexel (03/17/13) Parker, Danielle vs UNCW (03/15/13)

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rebounds Assists Steals

Blocked Shots Turnovers Fouls

1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 16 15 9 9 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 5 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

(4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (3-3) (3-3) (3-3)

Miller, Kayla at George Mason (02/19/13) Parker, Danielle at James Madison (02/10/13) Green, Courtni at Georgia State (01/31/13) Carra, Lauren vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Old Dominion (01/13/13) Carra, Lauren vs Duquesne (12/30/12) Delle Donne, Elena vs #rv Villanova (12/29/12) Carra, Lauren vs Princeton (12/09/12) Richards, Akeema vs Drexel (03/17/13) Parker, Danielle vs Georgia State (03/06/13) Richards, Akeema vs James Madison (02/24/13) Delle Donne, Elena at St. John's (01/02/13) Parker, Danielle at Old Dominion (01/13/13) Lucas, Trumae vs Georgia State (03/06/13) Miller, Kayla vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Miller, Kayla vs Princeton (12/09/12) Lucas, Trumae at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Parker, Danielle vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Parker, Danielle at Towson (02/07/13) May, Jaquetta vs Towson (01/20/13) Delle Donne, Elena vs Towson (01/20/13) Miller, Kayla at Northeastern (01/15/13) Miller, Kayla vs Duquesne (12/30/12) Parker, Danielle at Rhode Island (12/05/12) Delle Donne, Elena vs James Madison (02/24/13) Delle Donne, Elena at Old Dominion (01/13/13) Carra, Lauren vs #rv Villanova (12/29/12) Miller, Kayla vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Lucas, Trumae vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) Carra, Lauren vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) May, Jaquetta vs UNCW (01/24/13) May, Jaquetta at St. John's (01/02/13) Carra, Lauren at Duquesne (11/14/12)

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2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Opponent High/Low Analysis (FINAL) All games

OPPONENT HIGHS OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points

Field Goals Made Field Goal Att. FG Pct (min 5 made) 3-Point FG Made

3-Point FG Att.

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) Free Throws Made Free Throw Att.

FT Pct (min 3 made)

Rebounds

Assists

Steals

35 26 24 23 21 21 11 11 30 27 .875 .857 5 4 4 4 4 4 11 11 11 11 1.000 1.000 10 9 11 10 10 10 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 16 14 14 9 9 9 7 6

(7-8) (6-7)

(2-2) (2-2)

(6-6) (5-5) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (4-4) (3-3) (3-3) (3-3)

RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Mershon, Hollie vs Drexel (03/03/13) Burkholder, Kirby at James Madison (02/10/13) Rolle, Waltiea at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Wootton, Taylor vs Drexel (03/17/13) McTiller, Tanisha vs Towson (01/20/13) Mershon, Hollie vs Drexel (03/03/13) RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Mershon, Hollie vs Drexel (03/03/13) Hislop, Tarik vs James Madison (02/24/13) Green, Deven vs Hofstra (03/16/13) Onyeuku, Anma vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Buckland, Megan at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) O'Neill, Jennifer vs #7 Kentucky (03/30/13) Wootton, Taylor vs Drexel (03/17/13) Burkholder, Kirby at James Madison (02/10/13) COYER, Caroline vs #rv Villanova (12/29/12) RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Palmer, Taylor vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Burkholder, Kirby vs James Madison (02/24/13) COYER, Caroline vs #rv Villanova (12/29/12) RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Stepney, Linda vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Mercier, Amencie vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Kelley, Shae vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Kelley, Shae vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) Burkholder, Kirby at James Madison (02/10/13) HANDFORD, Aliyyah at St. John's (01/02/13) RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) ENGLISH, Sara at Monmouth (12/22/12) Johnson, Dominique at Towson (02/07/13) Watson, Ashley vs Georgia State (03/06/13) Correal, Emily at William & Mary (02/17/13) Evans, Shante vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Tunstull, Jewel vs Northeastern (01/29/13) Mershon, Hollie at Drexel (01/27/13) McTiller, Tanisha vs Towson (01/20/13) Tharrington, Joyous vs George Mason (01/10/13) Alyssa Thomas vs #9 Maryland (12/20/12) Alicia DeVaughn vs #9 Maryland (12/20/12) RULE, Tori vs Providence (11/20/12) Easter, Amber at George Mason (02/19/13) Cook, Jackie vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) Jones, Nicki at Drexel (01/27/13) Tianna Hawkins vs #9 Maryland (12/20/12) Burkholder, Kirby vs James Madison (02/24/13) Evans, Shante vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Ruffin-Pratt, Tierra at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Mershon, Hollie vs Drexel (03/17/13) Saunders, Rahneeka at George Mason (02/19/13) FLOYD, Jocelyn at Duquesne (11/14/12) Long, Kendra vs Georgia State (03/06/13)

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OPPONENT HIGHS Blocked Shots Turnovers Fouls

6 6 11 7 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Rolle, Waltiea at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Paulk, Cody at Georgia State (01/31/13) McTiller, Tanisha vs Towson (01/20/13) RODGERS, Sugar vs Georgetown (11/11/12) Gross, Krista at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Rolle, Waltiea at #13 North Carolina (03/26/13) Dunning, Ayana vs West Virginia (03/24/13) Wootton, Taylor vs Drexel (03/03/13) Richards, Shakeva vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) Cook, Jackie vs Old Dominion (02/14/13) Bond, Candace vs Hofstra (02/03/13) Anderson, Tiffany at Georgia State (01/31/13) Tunstull, Jewel at Northeastern (01/15/13) Rasheed, Niveen vs Princeton (12/09/12) HEALY, Katie vs St. Bonaventure (11/28/12) WALKER, Alaina vs St. Bonaventure (11/28/12)

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INDIVIDUAL P-R-A 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Points-Rebounds-Assists (FINAL) All games

Opponent

Date

Score

SAM HOUSTON STATE GEORGETOWN at Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE at Rhode Island PRINCETON #9 MARYLAND at Monmouth vs #rv Villanova vs Duquesne at St. John's GEORGE MASON at Old Dominion at Northeastern TOWSON UNCW at Drexel NORTHEASTERN at Georgia State HOFSTRA at Towson at James Madison OLD DOMINION at William & Mary at George Mason JAMES MADISON at Hofstra DREXEL GEORGIA STATE vs UNCW vs Hofstra vs Drexel WEST VIRGINIA at #13 North Carolina vs #7 Kentucky

11/09/12 11/11/12 11/14/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/05/12 12/09/12 12/20/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/30/12 01/02/13 01/10/13 01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13 01/24/13 01/27/13 01/29/13 01/31/13 02/03/13 02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13 02/17/13 02/19/13 02/24/13 02/28/13 03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13 03/16/13 03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

63-31 56-62 47-51 64-46 68-58 57-40 59-58 53-69 82-53 59-45 60-45 60-59 62-27 63-46 76-51 76-44 67-39 65-56 77-50 70-38 79-63 77-55 71-64 86-62 66-44 69-55 61-60 79-50 62-57 86-58 51-43 75-54 59-56 66-53 78-69 62-69

02 03 GREEN,COUR MAY,JAQUET W L L W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

4-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 5-3-0 DNP 3-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 8-4-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 8-4-0 2-1-2 DNP 6-1-0 4-4-1 0-0-1 3-0-0 DNP 3-1-1 0-1-0 2-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 6-2-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

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

10 MILLER,KAY

2-3-1 7-0-4 2-0-3 4-2-4 6-1-2 5-2-4 2-0-3 5-4-2 4-0-4 0-1-2 4-0-3 4-0-1 2-1-2 4-1-4 3-1-2 5-1-7 6-1-2 11-3-7 3-1-9 0-2-4 7-1-4 8-1-5 8-1-0 2-2-3 0-2-1 4-3-6 3-0-4 5-0-2 3-4-2 3-3-2 0-0-0 9-4-4 2-2-5 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-0

11 12 13 DELLE DONN PARKER,DAN BUCHANAN,K

DNP DNP DNP 22-8-2 DNP DNP DNP 19-6-1 30-9-2 17-13-1 23-13-1 29-16-2 19-7-2 28-13-1 19-7-3 38-3-2 26-8-1 24-6-1 26-5-1 25-6-2 35-9-2 19-11-2 20-10-3 26-7-6 24-6-3 31-9-1 28-4-0 32-10-2 28-10-2 24-5-3 21-11-2 21-13-2 28-5-0 33-7-2 33-8-2 33-9-2

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

14 BELL,ALECI

6-2-0 2-2-1 2-0-0 0-2-0 8-7-0 2-2-0 5-7-1 1-2-0 4-1-0 0-2-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-2-0 0-1-0 DNP 2-2-0 7-7-1 0-1-1 0-4-0 2-0-0 6-4-2 0-0-0 2-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-3-0 0-0-0 6-7-0 0-0-0 10-5-0 3-3-0 0-1-0

1-3-0 DNP 0-5-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 3-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 2-2-1 DNP 0-0-0 2-0-1 6-4-0 DNP 1-2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 2-0-1 DNP 7-3-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

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INDIVIDUAL P-R-A 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Points-Rebounds-Assists (FINAL) All games

Opponent

Date

Score

SAM HOUSTON STATE GEORGETOWN at Duquesne PROVIDENCE ST. BONAVENTURE at Rhode Island PRINCETON #9 MARYLAND at Monmouth vs #rv Villanova vs Duquesne at St. John's GEORGE MASON at Old Dominion at Northeastern TOWSON UNCW at Drexel NORTHEASTERN at Georgia State HOFSTRA at Towson at James Madison OLD DOMINION at William & Mary at George Mason JAMES MADISON at Hofstra DREXEL GEORGIA STATE vs UNCW vs Hofstra vs Drexel WEST VIRGINIA at #13 North Carolina vs #7 Kentucky

11/09/12 11/11/12 11/14/12 11/20/12 11/28/12 12/05/12 12/09/12 12/20/12 12/22/12 12/29/12 12/30/12 01/02/13 01/10/13 01/13/13 01/15/13 01/20/13 01/24/13 01/27/13 01/29/13 01/31/13 02/03/13 02/07/13 02/10/13 02/14/13 02/17/13 02/19/13 02/24/13 02/28/13 03/03/13 03/06/13 03/15/13 03/16/13 03/17/13 03/24/13 03/26/13 03/30/13

63-31 56-62 47-51 64-46 68-58 57-40 59-58 53-69 82-53 59-45 60-45 60-59 62-27 63-46 76-51 76-44 67-39 65-56 77-50 70-38 79-63 77-55 71-64 86-62 66-44 69-55 61-60 79-50 62-57 86-58 51-43 75-54 59-56 66-53 78-69 62-69

15 RICHARDS,A W L L W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

2-4-4 3-1-1 9-3-2 9-3-0 10-3-2 9-4-2 13-7-1 0-4-1 6-3-1 2-2-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 4-3-4 15-5-3 5-3-1 4-3-2 2-3-3 4-2-2 7-2-0 10-4-1 4-2-0 6-1-1 2-0-0 10-2-3 13-5-0 5-3-3 7-2-0 4-3-1 2-3-0 8-2-0 6-4-1 6-3-0 7-3-0 5-0-0 0-2-1 0-1-0

21 22 LUCAS,TRUM CARRA,LAUR

14-6-2 14-2-2 7-2-3 2-4-2 2-1-1 2-4-1 0-0-0 2-0-3 7-3-2 7-0-3 3-2-1 6-2-1 5-1-2 0-7-2 6-4-4 2-0-2 2-2-4 9-2-0 2-5-3 5-2-4 3-2-1 14-2-1 12-1-2 2-2-3 8-3-3 6-0-4 4-3-2 13-3-8 6-3-0 5-9-9 5-2-5 13-3-3 12-2-0 6-1-4 20-4-4 11-1-3

12-3-1 19-9-1 12-6-3 10-5-6 20-13-2 16-4-5 15-6-3 16-6-2 8-7-3 11-6-2 7-7-1 8-2-1 2-3-0 3-3-0 20-9-2 7-5-3 13-5-1 5-7-2 14-6-0 9-4-1 11-8-1 13-5-3 19-6-0 15-8-2 5-2-1 8-1-0 5-8-3 4-3-2 21-7-4 15-0-3 10-7-1 8-4-4 4-10-6 6-4-0 4-7-1 10-10-1

23 CLARK,JADE

33 LEON,STEPH

45 CRAIG,CHEL

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 4-1-0 0-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-1-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

0-3-0 0-2-0 4-5-0 0-0-0 2-2-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-5-0 0-0-0 0-7-0 0-0-0 3-7-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 2-1-0 0-3-0 DNP 0-1-0 0-1-0 DNP 2-2-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP 0-2-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-2-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

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OVERALL/CONFERENCE 2012-13 Delaware Women's Basketball Delaware Overall/Conference Statistics (FINAL) All games

SUMMARY Delle Donne, Elena Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle Lucas, Trumae Richards, Akeema May, Jaquetta Miller, Kayla Green, Courtni Buchanan, Kelsey Bell, Alecia Leon, Stephanie Clark, Jade Craig, Chelsea Totals Opponent

gp-gs min/g 30-30 33.0 36-35 30.9 36-36 30.2 36-7 23.9 36-34 19.2 36-5 19.3 36-30 26.8 25-0 8.0 35-2 9.1 14-0 5.3 29-0 6.7 13-0 2.4 5-1 2.8 36 36

SCORING Delle Donne, Elena Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle Lucas, Trumae Richards, Akeema May, Jaquetta Miller, Kayla Green, Courtni Buchanan, Kelsey Bell, Alecia Leon, Stephanie Clark, Jade Craig, Chelsea Totals Opponent

fg-fga 271-557 130-323 128-277 82-240 83-221 70-146 45-127 15-60 29-73 9-27 8-32 3-9 1-3 874-2095 690-2013

TOTALS Delle Donne, Elena Carra, Lauren Parker, Danielle Lucas, Trumae Richards, Akeema May, Jaquetta Miller, Kayla Green, Courtni Buchanan, Kelsey Bell, Alecia Leon, Stephanie Clark, Jade Craig, Chelsea Totals Opponent

fg% .487 .402 .462 .342 .376 .479 .354 .250 .397 .333 .250 .333 .333 .417 .343

fg% .487 .402 .462 .342 .376 .479 .354 .250 .397 .333 .250 .333 .333 .417 .343

o-reb d-reb 71 183 45 161 119 195 44 46 39 56 85 75 5 43 7 20 38 36 8 13 16 34 1 1 4 0 547 932 474 767

Overall Statistics 3fg% ft% r/g .452 .921 8.5 .333 .695 5.7 .000 .701 8.7 .243 .767 2.5 .000 .673 2.6 .000 .541 4.4 .305 .676 1.3 .300 .889 1.1 .000 .636 2.1 .000 .600 1.5 .000 .429 1.7 .000 .667 0.2 .000 .000 0.8 .340 .751 41.1 .275 .679 34.5

Overall Statistics 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta 52-115 .452 187-203 43-129 .333 82-118 0-0 .000 61-87 17-70 .243 56-73 0-0 .000 33-49 0-0 .000 33-61 18-59 .305 25-37 15-50 .300 16-18 0-1 .000 14-22 0-0 .000 6-10 0-0 .000 3-7 0-2 .000 2-3 0-1 .000 0-2 145-427 .340 518-690 168-610 .275 332-489

total 254 206 314 90 95 160 48 27 74 21 50 2 4 1479 1241

Overall Statistics pf fo a 42 0 56 93 2 71 59 0 33 57 1 94 50 0 41 65 2 28 40 0 109 11 0 5 34 0 7 4 0 3 27 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 482 5 450 595 380

a/g 1.9 2.0 0.9 2.6 1.1 0.8 3.0 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.1 0.2 12.5 10.6

stl 27 36 44 51 25 22 31 9 7 0 4 1 0 257 230

ft% .921 .695 .701 .767 .673 .541 .676 .889 .636 .600 .429 .667 .000 .751 .679

to 33 88 49 64 56 32 50 11 20 3 8 5 1 428 522

blk 69 4 13 8 4 21 1 6 9 1 11 0 0 147 107

pts/g 26.0 10.7 8.8 6.6 5.5 4.8 3.7 2.4 2.1 1.7 0.7 0.6 0.4 67.0 52.2

gp-gs min/g 18-18 31.8 18-17 30.0 18-18 27.4 18-2 22.9 18-16 18.4 18-1 18.2 18-17 27.4 14-0 9.0 17-0 6.4 8-0 5.9 14-0 7.8 9-0 2.8 3-1 4.0 18 18

pts 781 385 317 237 199 173 133 61 72 24 19 8 2 2411 1880

pts/g 26.0 10.7 8.8 6.6 5.5 4.8 3.7 2.4 2.1 1.7 0.7 0.6 0.4 67.0 52.2

fg-fga 165-314 64-146 61-124 41-115 48-113 36-72 26-74 10-42 10-20 9-19 4-18 3-8 1-3 478-1068 342-996

a/to 1.7 0.8 0.7 1.5 0.7 0.9 2.2 0.5 0.4 1.0 0.1 0.2 1.0 1.1 0.7

hi pts 38 21 15 20 15 15 11 8 10 7 4 4 2 86 69

Conference Statistics 3fg% ft% r/g .466 .915 7.6 .431 .679 5.0 .000 .816 8.2 .222 .609 2.8 .000 .727 2.7 .000 .478 4.3 .385 .714 1.6 .294 1.000 1.4 .000 .500 1.8 .000 .500 1.4 .000 .333 1.6 .000 .667 0.2 .000 .000 1.0 .377 .770 41.2 .287 .658 32.6

fg% .525 .438 .492 .357 .425 .500 .351 .238 .500 .474 .222 .375 .333 .448 .343

fg% .525 .438 .492 .357 .425 .500 .351 .238 .500 .474 .222 .375 .333 .448 .343

o-reb d-reb 42 94 24 66 58 90 22 29 18 30 38 39 3 25 6 13 14 16 3 8 7 16 1 1 3 0 276 465 232 354

a/g 2.1 1.6 1.1 3.0 1.3 1.2 3.7 0.4 0.3 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.3 14.8 10.8

stl 21 20 18 25 15 11 16 6 5 0 2 1 0 140 115

Conference Statistics 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% 34-73 .466 108-118 .915 25-58 .431 36-53 .679 0-0 .000 31-38 .816 8-36 .222 14-23 .609 0-0 .000 16-22 .727 0-0 .000 11-23 .478 15-39 .385 10-14 .714 10-34 .294 12-12 1.000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 2-3 .667 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 92-244 .377 244-317 .770 81-282 .287 154-234 .658

total 136 90 148 51 48 77 28 19 30 11 23 2 3 741 586

Conference Statistics pf fo a 27 0 37 41 0 28 24 0 20 26 0 54 29 0 24 33 1 21 19 0 66 7 0 5 19 0 5 4 0 3 13 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 242 1 266 289 194

to 11 39 18 31 30 16 25 5 8 3 6 4 1 200 256

blk 45 2 9 5 3 9 1 1 5 1 5 0 0 86 46

pts/g 26.2 10.5 8.5 5.8 6.2 4.6 4.3 3.0 1.2 2.5 0.6 0.9 0.7 71.8 51.1

pts 472 189 153 104 112 83 77 42 21 20 9 8 2 1292 919

pts/g 26.2 10.5 8.5 5.8 6.2 4.6 4.3 3.0 1.2 2.5 0.6 0.9 0.7 71.8 51.1

a/to 3.4 0.7 1.1 1.7 0.8 1.3 2.6 1.0 0.6 1.0 0.2 0.3 1.0 1.3 0.8

hi pts 38 21 15 14 15 12 11 8 7 7 3 4 2 86 64

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2012-13 CAA STANDINGS 2012-13 CAA CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Apr 07, 2013 (All games)

Team

Conference

Delaware James Madison Drexel Old Dominion Northeastern Hofstra Towson William & Mary Georgia State George Mason UNCW

18-0 15-3 13-5 10-8 10-8 9-9 6-12 6-12 5-13 4-14 3-15

TEAM SUMMARIES

G

Pct.

PF

PA

Overall

Pct.

PF

PA

1.000 .833 .722 .556 .556 .500 .333 .333 .278 .222 .167

71.8 68.8 60.6 63.8 66.3 64.2 56.2 59.8 58.5 53.8 54.7

51.1 55.6 53.4 63.4 66.1 66.4 64.9 64.9 65.4 61.6 65.7

32-4 25-11 28-10 19-12 17-13 14-17 12-18 8-22 13-16 9-21 5-26

.889 .694 .737 .613 .567 .452 .400 .267 .448 .300 .161

67.0 68.2 59.8 65.0 67.0 63.3 56.7 61.1 61.4 54.5 53.5

52.2 58.6 51.4 60.2 61.9 67.2 63.6 66.6 61.8 61.4 64.2

Current unbeaten streak Drexel -- 6

PF-PA

Avg score

Margin

FG-FGA

Pct.

3FG-FGA

Pct.

FT-FTA

Delaware

36

2411-1880

67.0-52.2

+14.8

874-2095

.417

145-427

.340

518-690

.751 1479 1240

Pct. RebF RebA Margin

Drexel

38

2273-1952

59.8-51.4

+8.4

846-2030

.417

247-691

.357

334-424

.788 1245 1252

-0.2

George Mason

30

1635-1842

54.5-61.4

-6.9

592-1678

.353

78-288

.271

373-502

.743 1157 1065

+3.1

Georgia State

29

1780-1793

61.4-61.8

-0.4

659-1715

.384

118-419

.282

344-488

.705 1151 1114

+1.3

Hofstra

31

1963-2084

63.3-67.2

-3.9

744-1875

.397

131-503

.260

344-528

.652 1244 1241

+0.1

James Madison

36

2457-2111

68.2-58.6

+9.6

889-2307

.385

178-541

.329

501-698

.718 1538 1337

+5.6

+6.6

Northeastern

30

2010-1857

67.0-61.9

+5.1

712-1718

.414

239-659

.363

347-485

.715 1101 1114

-0.4

Old Dominion

31

2016-1865

65.0-60.2

+4.9

734-1805

.407

153-521

.294

395-582

.679 1114 1290

-5.7

Towson

30

1701-1908

56.7-63.6

-6.9

603-1613

.374

112-379

.296

383-587

.652 1132 1104

+0.9

UNCW

31

1659-1989

53.5-64.2

-10.6

613-1675

.366

177-586

.302

256-404

.634 1076 1288

-6.8

William & Mary

30

1833-1998

61.1-66.6

-5.5

670-1764

.380

167-563

.297

326-457

.713 1104 1180

-2.5

ATTENDANCE

Delaware Drexel George Mason Georgia State Hofstra James Madison Northeastern Old Dominion Towson UNCW William & Mary Totals

Home Average

17-69375 17-17583 15-9494 17-8848 14-10786 20-43146 14-5497 17-42562 15-6893 13-11883 12-8071 171-234138

4081 1034 633 520 770 2157 393 2504 460 914 673 1369

Away Average

13-17451 16-22258 13-18621 12-13448 13-18632 11-16251 14-20655 12-14434 14-14456 16-18223 16-13110 150-187539

1342 1391 1432 1121 1433 1477 1475 1203 1033 1139 819 1250

Neutral Average

6-3751 5-7767 2-1454 0-0 4-260 5-5002 2-408 2-940 1-0 2-460 2-2672 31-22714

625 1553 727 0 65 1000 204 470 0 230 1336 733

Total Average

36-90577 38-47608 30-29569 29-22296 31-29678 36-64399 30-26560 31-57936 30-21349 31-30566 30-23853 352-444391

2516 1253 986 769 957 1789 885 1869 712 986 795 1262

ALL-CAA TEAMS FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

THIRD TEAM

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Kirby Burkholder, JMU

Lauren Carra, UD

Janine Aldridge, W&M

Meghan Creighton, Drexel

Janine Aldridge, W&M

Elena Delle Donne, UD

Emily Correal, W&M

Kashaia Cannon, Northeastern Galaisha Goodhope, ODU

Candace Bond, Hofstra

Shante Evans, Hofstra

Shae Kelley, ODU

Jackie Cook, ODU

Jazmon Gwathmey, JMU

Elena Delle Donne, UD

Tarik Hislop, JMU

Deanna Kerkhof, Northeastern

Karneshia Garrett, UNCW

Precious Hall, JMU

Shae Kelley, ODU

Hollie Mershon, Drexel

Tanisha McTiller, Towson

Jewel Tunstull, Northeastern

Dominique Johnson, Towson

Cody Paulk, GSU

Player of the Year: Elena Delle Donne, Delaware

Taylor Wootton, Drexel ALL-ACADEMIC

ALL-ACADEMIC

ALL-ACADEMIC

FIRST TEAM

SECOND TEAM

HONORABLE MENTION

Mairi Buchan, ODU

Kirby Burkholder, JMU

Ashley Betz-White, ODU

Rachel McNair, GMU

Elena Delle Donne, UD

Amber Easter, GMU

Chelsea Craig, UD

Janaa Pickard, GMU

Deanna Kerkhof, Northeastern

Kyia Kerstetter, W&M

Fiona Flanagan, Drexel

Abby Redick, Drexel

Jaclyn McKenna, W&M

Cody Paulk, GSU

Renee Johnson-Allen, Drexel

Kanita Shepherd, JMU

Joyous Tharrington, GMU

Tory Theirolf, Drexel

McKenzie Kudron, Hofstra

Diana Venezia, UNCW

Stephanie Leon, UD

Taylor Wootton, Drexel

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CAA TOURNAMENT #8 George Mason 46 #9 UNCW

MARCH 14 #9 UNCW

60

43 #1 Delaware 75

MARCH 15 #1 Delaware

51

#4 Northeastern

52

#5 Hofstra

MARCH 15 #5 Hofstra

#1 Delaware 59

MARCH 16 54

57

#1 Delaware

MARCH 17

#2 James Madison 59 #2 James Madison 50

MARCH 15 #7 Towson

48

#3 Drexel

65

#3 Drexel

MARCH 16

#3 Drexel MARCH15 #6 William & Mary 31

56

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Kelva Atkins, UNCW Deven Green, Hofstra Hollie Mershon, Drexel Taylor Wootton, Drexel Trumae Lucas, Delaware Most Outstanding Player: Elena Delle Donne, Delaware

FIRST ROUND

NCAA

#15 Delaware 66, West Virginia 53 | Bob Carpenter Center | Newark, Del.

POST-SEASON PLAY WNIT

FIRST ROUND

Drexel 59, Iona 50 | Daskalakis Athletic Center | Philadelphia, Pa.

James Madison 77, North Carolina A&T 64 | Convocation Center | Harrisonburg, Va.

SECOND ROUND

SECOND ROUND

Drexel 82, Harvard 72 | Daskalakis Athletic Center | Philadelphia, Pa.

James Madison 72, North Carolina State 66 | Convocation Center | Harrisonburg, Va.

#15 Delaware 78, #13 North Carolina 69 | Bob Carpenter Center | Newark, Del.

SWEET 16

THIRD ROUND

Drexel 50, Bowling Green 47 | Stroh Center | Bowling Green, Ohio

James Madison 77, Fordham 61 | Convocation Center | Harrisonburg, Va.

#7 Kentucky 69, #15 Delaware 62 | Webster Bank Arena | Bridgeport, Conn.

QUARTERFINALS

Drexel 56, Auburn 43 | Auburn Arena | Auburn, Ala.

Florida 85, James Madison 80 | Convocation Center | Harrisonburg, Va.

SEMIFINALS

Drexel 67, Florida 57 | Daskalakis Athletic Center | Philadelphia, Pa.

FINALS - April 6, 2013

Drexel 46, Utah 43 | Daskalakis Athletic Center | Philadelphia, Pa.

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To be ranked, a player must appear in at least 75.0% of their team's games. SCORING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15.

Cl

G

Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr Hislop, Tarik-JMU Sr Correal, Emily-W&M Sr Evans, Shante-Hofstra Sr Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Sr Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Cook, Jackie-ODU Sr Kelley, Shae-ODU So Cannon, Kashaia-NU Sr Aldridge, Janine-W&M Sr Tunstull, Jewel-NU Jr Wootton, Taylor-Drexel Sr Saunders, Rahneeka-Mason Sr Long, Kendra-GSU Jr Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Sr Carra, Lauren-Delaware Sr Freeman, Jessica-UNCW Jr Atkins, Kelva-UNCW So Lee, Tawanna-UNCW Sr Nolan, Kayla-GSU So Paulk, Cody-GSU Sr Hall, Precious-JMU Fr Easter, Amber-Mason Sr Peebles, Michelle-Towson Sr Mark, A'lece-NU So Onyeuku, Anma-Hofstra Jr Thomas, Andreana-Hofstra So Pickard, Janaa-Mason Jr

30 38 30 36 30 31 27 36 31 31 30 29 30 38 30 29 30 36 31 31 29 29 29 36 30 30 30 31 31 27

FIELD GOAL PCT

Cl

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

Cl

G

Evans, Shante-Hofstra Sr Tunstull, Jewel-NU Jr Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Sr Paulk, Cody-GSU Sr Parker, Danielle-Delaware Sr Williams, Nyree-Towson Jr Giggetts, Toia-JMU So Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Kelley, Shae-ODU So Correal, Emily-W&M Sr Smith, Markell-Towson So Peebles, Michelle-Towson Sr McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr Gwathmey, Jazmon-JMU Fr Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr

31 30 30 29 36 30 33 36 31 30 30 30 30 36 30

2. 3. 4.

FGM

52 81 41 32 5 1 72 90 34 0 80 83 0 19 16 54 0 43 53 27 54 14 0 43 19 0 33 6 34 21

FT 187 142 151 97 125 137 74 103 96 91 36 18 92 57 69 36 84 82 39 40 36 66 38 72 74 55 63 26 65 58

FGA

Pts Avg/G

781 741 564 589 486 498 406 539 420 417 402 377 376 456 327 316 324 385 330 321 286 282 280 347 287 285 282 290 281 239

26.0 19.5 18.8 16.4 16.2 16.1 15.0 15.0 13.5 13.5 13.4 13.0 12.5 12.0 10.9 10.9 10.8 10.7 10.6 10.4 9.9 9.7 9.7 9.6 9.6 9.5 9.4 9.4 9.1 8.9

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

Pct.

REBOUNDING

Cl

ASSISTS

Cl So Sr So Sr So So Sr Sr Sr So Jr Sr So Sr So

Evans, Shante-Hofstra Sr Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Sr Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Tunstull, Jewel-NU Jr Parker, Danielle-Delaware Sr Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr Kelley, Shae-ODU So Paulk, Cody-GSU Sr Correal, Emily-W&M Sr Williams, Nyree-Towson Jr McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr Easter, Amber-Mason Sr Giggetts, Toia-JMU So Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr McGowen, Chelsea-UNCW Sr Carra, Lauren-Delaware Sr Huber, Christine-NU Sr Onyeuku, Anma-Hofstra Jr Pickard, Janaa-Mason Jr Gwathmey, Jazmon-JMU Fr

Tunstull, Jewel-NU Jr 30 142 258 .550 1. Thomas, Andreana-Hofstra Paulk, Cody-GSU Sr 29 121 234 .517 2. Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Onyeuku, Anma-Hofstra Jr 31 129 252 .512 3. Mark, A'lece-NU Kelley, Shae-ODU So 31 163 328 .497 4. Hislop, Tarik-JMU Wootton, Taylor-Drexel Sr 38 190 388 .490 5. Mercier, Amencie-NU Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr 30 271 557 .487 6. Watson, Ashley-GSU Tharrington, Joyous-Mason Sr 30 108 230 .470 7. Saunders, Rahneeka-Mason Evans, Shante-Hofstra Sr 31 180 385 .468 8. Miller, Kayla-Delaware Peebles, Michelle-Towson Sr 30 115 246 .467 9. Lee, Tawanna-UNCW Parker, Danielle-Delaware Sr 36 128 277 .462 10. Kestler, Anna-W&M Correal, Emily-W&M Sr 30 178 405 .440 11. McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Atkins, Kelva-UNCW So 31 127 292 .435 Aldridge, Janine-W&M 2012-13 12. CAA Cook, Jackie-ODU Sr 31 INDIVIDUAL 145 334 .434BASKETBALL 13. Atkins, Kelva-UNCW STATISTICS Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Sr 30 120 278 .432 14. Lucas, Trumae-Delaware Through games of Apr 07, 2013 (All games) Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr 38 259 628 .412 15. Boone, Jazmen-W&M

60 MINUTES PLAYED 1.

G

FG 3FG 271 259 186 230 178 180 130 173 145 163 143 138 142 190 121 113 120 130 119 127 98 101 121 116 97 115 93 129 91 80

Cl

G

No. Avg/G

133 113 112 99 119 94 103 106 89 79 74 74 73 87 71

4.3 3.8 3.7 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.1 2.9 2.9 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.4

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Cl

Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Sr Evans, Shante-Hofstra Sr Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr Kelley, Shae-ODU So Parker, Danielle-Delaware Sr Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr Correal, Emily-W&M Sr Tunstull, Jewel-NU Jr McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr Paulk, Cody-GSU Sr Williams, Nyree-Towson Jr Easter, Amber-Mason Sr Carra, Lauren-Delaware Sr Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Sr

G

31 30 36 30 36 30 31 29 30 30 30 30 33 38 25 36 30 31 27 36

G

31 38 30 36 30 26 30 36 29 30 30 29 31 36 30 G

30 31 36 30 31 36 38 30 30 30 29 30 30 36 27

Off 133 112 106 113 119 71 89 99 79 94 73 65 103 35 49 45 52 58 49 87

Def Total Avg/G 223 356 11.5 218 330 11.0 220 326 9.1 155 268 8.9 195 314 8.7 183 254 8.5 173 262 8.5 141 240 8.3 158 237 7.9 141 235 7.8 152 225 7.5 136 201 6.7 107 210 6.4 201 236 6.2 95 144 5.8 161 206 5.7 119 171 5.7 115 173 5.6 101 150 5.6 112 199 5.5

No. Avg/G

206 185 108 125 99 84 92 109 84 84 83 78 82 94 76

6.6 4.9 3.6 3.5 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.0 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.6 2.5

No. Avg/G

218 223 220 183 173 195 201 158 155 152 141 141 136 161 119

7.3 7.2 6.1 6.1 5.6 5.4 5.3 5.3 5.2 5.1 4.9 4.7 4.5 4.5 4.4

No. Avg/G

Freeman, Jessica-UNCW Jr 31 1142 McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr 30 1104 2013-14 UNIVERSITY Hislop, Tarik-JMU Sr 36 1279 Thomas, Andreana-Hofstra So 31 1101

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FREE THROW PCT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 13. 14. 15.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10. 11. 11.

12. 13. 13. 14. 14. 15.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Cl

G

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Watson, Ashley-GSU So Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr Hall, Precious-JMU Fr Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Sr Saunders, Rahneeka-Mason Sr Cook, Jackie-ODU Sr McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr Correal, Emily-W&M Sr Pickard, Janaa-Mason Jr Hislop, Tarik-JMU Sr Easter, Amber-Mason Sr Mark, A'lece-NU So Thomas, Andreana-Hofstra So

30 36 26 38 36 27 30 31 30 30 27 36 30 30 31

187 103 70 142 72 74 69 96 151 125 58 97 74 63 65

203 117 80 165 84 90 85 121 197 165 77 131 100 87 91

.921 .880 .875 .861 .857 .822 .812 .793 .766 .758 .753 .740 .740 .724 .714

G

3FG

FGA

Pct.

3-POINT FG PCT

Cl

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS BLOCKED SHOTS

Cl Cl

MINUTES PLAYED

Cl Jr Jr Sr So Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

STEALS

Aldridge, Janine-W&M Bond, Candace-Hofstra Freeman, Jessica-UNCW Kelley, Shae-ODU McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Long, Kendra-GSU Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Mark, A'lece-NU Paulk, Cody-GSU Mercier, Amencie-NU Saunders, Rahneeka-Mason Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Boone, Jazmen-W&M Evans, Shante-Hofstra Jackson, Asia-Hofstra

Cl Sr Sr Jr So Jr Jr Sr So Sr So Sr Jr So Sr Fr

3-POINT FG MADE

Cl

Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr 30 52 115 .452 1. Aldridge, Janine-W&M Sr Cannon, Kashaia-NU Sr 30 80 196 .408 2. Cannon, Kashaia-NU Sr Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Flanagan, Fiona-Drexel Jr 36 46 116 .397 Sr Mark, A'lece-NU So 30 33 86 .384 4. Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Sr 27 72 191 .377 5. Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr Creighton, Meghan-Drexel Fr 38 58 159 .365 6. Lee, Tawanna-UNCW Sr Long, Kendra-GSU McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr 30 41 114 .360 Jr Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Sr 38 81 228 .355 8. Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr 36 90 259 .347 9. Freeman, Jessica-UNCW Jr Long, Kendra-GSU Jr 29 54 161 .335 10. Creighton, Meghan-Drexel Fr Lee, Tawanna-UNCW Sr 29 54 161 .335 11. McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Jr Carra, Lauren-Delaware Sr 36 43 129 .332012-13 3 12. Payton, Annie-Hofstra Jr CAA Aldridge, Janine-W&M Sr 29 83 252 .329 13. Flanagan, Fiona-Drexel Jr INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALL STATISTICS Hall, Precious-JMU Fr 36 43 131 .328 14. Hall, Precious-JMU Fr Through games games) Carra, (All Lauren-Delaware Freeman, Jessica-UNCW Jr 31 53 165 .321of Apr 07, 2013 Sr Paulk, Sr Evans, Cody-GSU Shante-Hofstra Sr Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Jr Sr Tunstull, Jewel-NU Williams, Nyree-Towson Jr Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Sr Tunstull, Jewel-NU Jr Paulk, Cody-GSU Sr Pickard, Janaa-Mason Jr Parker, Danielle-Delaware Sr Kelley, Shae-ODU So Williams, Nyree-Towson Jr Huber, Christine-NU Sr Giggetts, Toia-JMU So Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Jr Bond, Candace-Hofstra Sr Kelley, Shae-ODU So Gwathmey, Jazmon-JMU Fr Correal, Karneshia-UNCW Emily-W&M Sr Garrett, Sr Smith, Markell-Towson So Evans, Shante-Hofstra Sr Sr Peebles, Michelle-Towson Michelle-Towson Sr McTiller,Jovana-UNCW Tanisha-Towson Jr Mandic, So Gwathmey, Jazmon-JMU Fr McKenna, Jaclyn-W&M Sr Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware Sr Correal, Emily-W&M Sr Freeman, Jessica-UNCW McTiller, Tanisha-Towson Hislop, Tarik-JMU Thomas, Andreana-Hofstra Mershon, Hollie-Drexel Burkholder, Kirby-JMU Kerkhof, Deanna-NU Correal, Emily-W&M Aldridge, Janine-W&M Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW

G G

29 31 30 30 30 30 30 29 27 36 31 30 30 33 36 31 31 36 30 30 30 31 30 30 30 26 36 30 30 30 G

31 30 36 31 38 36 27 30 29 30

No. No. Avg/G Avg/G

77 133 69 113 48 112 40 99 35 119 36 94 34 103 106 31 89 34 79 28 74 27 74 26 73 22 87 23 71 23

2.7 4.3 2.3 3.8 1.6 3.7 1.3 3.4 1.3 3.3 1.2 3.1 1.1 3.1 2.9 1.0 2.9 0.9 2.6 0.9 2.5 0.9 2.5 0.9 2.4 0.8 2.4 0.8 2.4 0.8

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO

G

No. Avg/G

G

3FG Avg/G

29 31 31 31 30 29 27 30 29 30 30 36 30 31 31

29 30 27 36 38 29 29 30 31 38 30 31 36 36 36

ClCl GG SrSr 30 36 2.2. Evans, SrSr 31 Hislop,Shante-Hofstra Tarik-JMU 36 3.3. Burkholder, Kirby-JMU JrSo36 Kestler, Anna-W&M 30 4.4. Delle Donne, Elena-Delaware SrSr 30 Mershon, Hollie-Drexel 38 5.5. Kelley, So Lucas, Shae-ODU Trumae-Delaware Sr 31 36 6.6. Parker, Danielle-Delaware SrSo36 Mercier, Amencie-NU 30 7.7. Mershon, Hollie-Drexel SrSo38 Mark, A'lece-NU 30 8.8. Correal, Thomas,Emily-W&M Andreana-Hofstra SrSo30 31 9.9. Tunstull, JrSo30 Watson, Jewel-NU Ashley-GSU 26 10. JrSr 30 10. McTiller, Aldridge,Tanisha-Towson Janine-W&M 29 11. Cody-GSU SrSo29 11. Paulk, Boone, Jazmen-W&M 30 12. Nyree-Towson JrSr 30 12. Williams, Lee, Tawanna-UNCW 29 13. Amber-Mason 13. Easter, Saunders, Rahneeka-Mason SrSr 30 30 14. SrSo36 14. Carra, Atkins,Lauren-Delaware Kelva-UNCW 31 15. SrJr 27 15. Kerkhof, McTiller,Deanna-NU Tanisha-Towson 30 1.1. Garrett, Karneshia-UNCW Miller, Kayla-Delaware

77 80 79 73 69 64 54 56 53 54 53 59 47 48 46

83 80 72 90 81 54 54 52 53 58 41 41 46 43 43

2.7 2.6 2.5 2.4 2.3 2.2 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.5

2.9 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.1 1.9 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2

No. Ast.Avg/G T/O

218 109 223 125 220 84 183 185 173 94 195 99 201 108 158 206 155 84 152 78 141 76 141 84 136 92 161 82 119 83

7.3 50 7.2 71 6.1 53 6.1 125 5.6 64 5.4 75 5.3 87 5.3 166 5.2 71 5.1 75 4.9 77 4.7 94 4.5 104 4.5 93 4.4 119

Ratio

2.2 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.7

No. Avg/G

1142 1104 1279 1101 1321 1250 925 1008 972 1003

36.8 36.8 35.5 35.5 34.8 34.7 34.3 33.6 33.5 33.4

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CAA TEAM LEADERS 2012-13 CAA CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Apr 07, 2013 (All games)

SCORING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

James Madison Northeastern Delaware Old Dominion Hofstra Georgia State William & Mary Drexel Towson George Mason UNCW SCORING MARGIN

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Delaware James Madison Drexel Northeastern Old Dominion Georgia State Hofstra William & Mary Towson George Mason UNCW

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Delaware Drexel Northeastern Old Dominion Hofstra James Madison Georgia State William & Mary Towson UNCW George Mason

3-POINT FG PCT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Northeastern Drexel Delaware James Madison UNCW William & Mary Towson Old Dominion Georgia State George Mason Hofstra

REBOUNDING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

James Madison Delaware Hofstra Georgia State George Mason Towson William & Mary Northeastern Old Dominion UNCW Drexel

G

W-L

Pts

Avg/G

36 30 36 31 31 29 30 38 30 30 31

25-11 17-13 32-4 19-12 14-17 13-16 8-22 28-10 12-18 9-21 5-26

2457 2010 2411 2016 1963 1780 1833 2273 1701 1635 1659

68.2 67.0 67.0 65.0 63.3 61.4 61.1 59.8 56.7 54.5 53.5

G

36 36 38 30 31 29 31 30 30 30 31 G

36 38 30 31 31 36 29 30 30 31 30 G

30 38 36 36 31 30 30 31 29 30 31

Offense Defense

67.0 68.2 59.8 67.0 65.0 61.4 63.3 61.1 56.7 54.5 53.5

FGM

FGA

874 846 712 734 744 889 659 670 603 613 592

2095 2030 1718 1805 1875 2307 1715 1764 1613 1675 1678

3FGM

3FGA

239 247 145 178 177 167 112 153 118 78 131

G Rebounds

36 36 31 29 30 30 30 30 31 31 38

52.2 58.6 51.4 61.9 60.2 61.8 67.2 66.6 63.6 61.4 64.2

1538 1479 1244 1151 1157 1132 1104 1101 1114 1076 1245

659 691 427 541 586 563 379 521 419 288 503

SCORING DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Margin

+14.8 +9.6 +8.4 +5.1 +4.9 -0.4 -3.9 -5.5 -6.9 -6.9 -10.6

FREE THROW PCT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Pct.

.417 .417 .414 .407 .397 .385 .384 .380 .374 .366 .353

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Delaware James Madison Georgia State Drexel Old Dominion Northeastern Hofstra UNCW Towson George Mason William & Mary

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Avg/G

42.7 41.1 40.1 39.7 38.6 37.7 36.8 36.7 35.9 34.7 32.8

Drexel Delaware George Mason James Madison Northeastern William & Mary Georgia State Old Dominion Towson Hofstra UNCW

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE 1.

Pct.

.363 .357 .340 .329 .302 .297 .296 .294 .282 .271 .260

Drexel Delaware James Madison Old Dominion George Mason Georgia State Northeastern Towson UNCW William & Mary Hofstra

Old Dominion Delaware Drexel Northeastern Georgia State UNCW Hofstra James Madison William & Mary George Mason Towson

REBOUNDING DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Drexel Delaware George Mason Towson Northeastern James Madison Georgia State William & Mary Hofstra UNCW Old Dominion

G

Pts

Avg/G

38 36 36 31 30 29 30 30 31 30 31

1952 1880 2111 1865 1842 1793 1857 1908 1989 1998 2084

G

FTM

G

FGM

690 734 638 727 679 665 757 744 697 676 734

2013 1973 1713 1940 1788 1727 1925 1877 1733 1668 1765

G

3FGM

3FGA

38 36 30 36 30 30 29 31 30 31 31 36 36 29 38 31 30 31 31 30 30 30 31 36 38 30 29 31 31 36 30 30 30

334 518 373 501 347 326 344 395 383 344 256

117 168 164 165 143 153 157 169 187 152 179

G Rebounds

38 36 30 30 30 36 29 30 31 31 31

1252 1240 1065 1104 1114 1337 1114 1180 1241 1288 1290

51.4 52.2 58.6 60.2 61.4 61.8 61.9 63.6 64.2 66.6 67.2 FTA

424 690 502 698 485 457 488 582 587 528 404

FGA

430 610 564 549 474 493 504 538 580 462 531

Pct.

.788 .751 .743 .718 .715 .713 .705 .679 .652 .652 .634 Pct.

.343 .372 .372 .375 .380 .385 .393 .396 .402 .405 .416 Pct.

.272 .275 .291 .301 .302 .310 .312 .314 .322 .329 .337

Avg/G

32.9 34.4 35.5 36.8 37.1 37.1 38.4 39.3 40.0 41.5 41.6

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CAA TEAM LEADERS 2012-13 CAA CONFERENCE BASKETBALL STATISTICS Through games of Apr 07, 2013 (All games)

REBOUNDING MARGIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Delaware James Madison George Mason Georgia State Towson Hofstra Drexel Northeastern William & Mary Old Dominion UNCW ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Drexel Old Dominion Hofstra William & Mary Northeastern Delaware Georgia State James Madison UNCW George Mason Towson TURNOVER MARGIN

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

James Madison Old Dominion Drexel Delaware Northeastern William & Mary Georgia State George Mason Hofstra Towson UNCW

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

James Madison Delaware Towson George Mason Georgia State William & Mary Hofstra Northeastern Old Dominion Drexel UNCW

DEFENSIVE REB PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

James Madison George Mason Drexel Hofstra Delaware Georgia State Towson Northeastern UNCW William & Mary Old Dominion

G Team Avg. Opp. Avg. Margin

36 36 30 29 30 31 38 30 30 31 31 G

38 31 31 30 30 36 29 36 31 30 30

1479 1538 1157 1151 1132 1244 1245 1101 1104 1114 1076 No.

599 468 449 432 403 450 355 407 329 317 293

G Team 476 521 428 428 523 545 529 512 628 551 510

36 31 38 36 30 30 29 30 31 30 31 G

36 36 30 30 29 30 31 30 31 38 31

No.

617 547 428 427 408 416 415 382 377 393 315

41.1 42.7 38.6 39.7 37.7 40.1 32.8 36.7 36.8 35.9 34.7

1240 1337 1065 1114 1104 1241 1252 1114 1180 1290 1288

34.4 37.1 35.5 38.4 36.8 40.0 32.9 37.1 39.3 41.6 41.5

+6.6 +5.6 +3.1 +1.3 +0.9 +0.1 -0.2 -0.4 -2.5 -5.7 -6.8

BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Avg/G

STEALS

15.8 15.1 14.5 14.4 13.4 12.5 12.2 11.3 10.6 10.6 9.8

Avg. Opp. 621 619 529 522 554 535 515 448 558 464 402

13.2 16.8 11.3 11.9 17.4 18.2 18.2 17.1 20.3 18.4 16.5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Avg. Margin

17.3 20.0 13.9 14.5 18.5 17.8 17.8 14.9 18.0 15.5 13.0

+4.0 +3.2 +2.7 +2.6 +1.0 -0.3 -0.5 -2.1 -2.3 -2.9 -3.5

921 730 852 829 932 743 704 719 761 688 737

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Avg/G

Drexel Delaware Old Dominion James Madison William & Mary Northeastern Hofstra Georgia State UNCW George Mason Towson

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

17.1 15.2 14.3 14.2 14.1 13.9 13.4 12.7 12.2 10.3 10.2 432 349 426 420 474 397 406 420 461 431 482

Northeastern William & Mary Hofstra Old Dominion Georgia State Towson James Madison Delaware George Mason UNCW Drexel ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO

1.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

G D-Reb Opp. OR D-Reb%

36 30 38 31 36 29 30 30 31 30 31

Delaware Georgia State James Madison Old Dominion Northeastern Towson Hofstra George Mason UNCW Drexel William & Mary

.681 .677 .667 .664 .663 .652 .634 .631 .623 .615 .605

Hofstra Delaware Georgia State James Madison UNCW George Mason Northeastern Old Dominion Towson William & Mary Drexel

OFFENSIVE REB PCT. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Delaware James Madison Towson George Mason Georgia State William & Mary Northeastern Hofstra Drexel Old Dominion UNCW

G

36 29 36 31 30 30 31 30 31 38 30 G

30 30 31 31 29 30 36 36 30 31 38 G

38 36 31 36 30 30 31 29 31 30 30 G

31 36 29 36 31 30 30 31 30 30 38

No.

Avg/G

No.

Avg/G

147 110 135 108 102 100 100 79 80 89 69

312 311 310 309 270 242 288 257 213 213 248

4.1 3.8 3.8 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.2 2.6 2.6 2.3 2.3

10.4 10.4 10.0 10.0 9.3 8.1 8.0 7.1 7.1 6.9 6.5

Ast. Avg.

599 450 468 407 432 403 449 355 329 317 293

No.

829 932 743 921 761 730 719 737 704 688 852

15.8 12.5 15.1 11.3 14.4 13.4 14.5 12.2 10.6 10.6 9.8

T/O Avg.

428 428 521 476 545 523 628 529 510 512 551

11.3 11.9 16.8 13.2 18.2 17.4 20.3 18.2 16.5 17.1 18.4

Ratio

1.4 1.1 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5

Avg/G

26.7 25.9 25.6 25.6 24.5 24.3 24.0 23.8 23.5 22.9 22.4

G O-Reb Opp. DR O-Reb%

36 36 30 30 29 30 30 31 38 31 31

547 617 428 427 408 416 382 415 393 377 315

766 905 698 716 717 749 694 821 826 808 827

.417 .405 .380 .374 .363 .357 .355 .336 .322 .318 .276

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ABOUT THE CAA With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate conferences. The CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charleston, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 national players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accumulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. The landscape of the conference stretches along the majority of the East Coast, and includes several of the nation’s top media markets – New York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and Baltimore (25). The number of television homes in the CAA market exceeds 20 million. The CAA conducts championships in 22 sports. Male athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons. In women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA

team to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the season ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournament berths last season and each current member of the conference has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn AllAmerica honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honors in women’s lacrosse, track and field and swimming & diving last season and had players nationally ranked in tennis and golf. CAA member institutions are committed to excellence in the classroom. The Colonial Academic Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s presidents with a goal of expanding their partnership to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercollegiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public schools across the United States. CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The firstever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food. Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of

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ABOUT THE CAA William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George Mason University, the United States Naval Academy and the University of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American University) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985. Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.

STAFF DIRECTORY 8625 Patterson Avenue Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 754-1616 Fax: (804) 754-1973 Executive Commissioner........................................... Thomas E. Yeager Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ................. Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer ................................Cindy Williams Executive Assistant......................................Raven Wilkinson Broadcasting/Video

CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY

Assoc. Commissioner - Broadcast Services ............ Peter Hock Director of Video Services .............................. Bobby Broyles Director of Video Services................................... Alex Souza

Current Membership College of Charleston........................... 2013-present University of Delaware.......................... 2001-present Drexel University.................................. 2001-present Hofstra University................................. 2001-present James Madison University..................... 1983-present Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington....... 1985-present Northeastern University......................... 2005-present Towson University................................. 2001-present College of William and Mary................ 1983-present

Championships

Past Members American University............................... 1985-2001 East Carolina University.......................... 1983-2001 George Mason University....................... 1983-2013 Georgia State University......................... 2005-2013 United States Naval Academy................. 1983-1991 Old Dominion University......................... 1991-2013 University of Richmond........................... 1983-2001 Virginia Commonwealth University........... 1995-2012

Compliance

Future Member Elon University................................................2014

Officiating

Senior Assoc. Commissioner - Champ./Marketing .... Robert Goodman Assoc. Commissioner - Championships/MBB .....Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner - Championships/WBB .....Katie Lowe Assistant Commissioner - Championships....Ashley Champigny Communications Associate Commissioner - Communications ..... Rob Washburn Asst. Commissioner - Creative Services/Comm. ...Niki DeSantis Communications Intern ................................. Tim McDonnell

Senior Assoc. Commiss. - Comp. & Governance/SWA..Kathleen Batterson Asst. Dir. of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ....Donna Jones Corporate Partnerships Director of Corporate Partnerships ................. Brian Edmonds Integrated Digital Strategies Assoc. Commissioner - Integrated Digital Strategies... Scott Meyer

Officiating Administrator ................................. Pamela Stone

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Year

Record

Pct.

Conference Finish (Record)

Head Coach

Highlights

1971-72

8-4

(.667)

3rd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

EAIAW Regionals

1972-73

9-5

(.643)

3rd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

EAIAW Regionals

1973-74

8-7

(.533)

3rd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

Mid-Atlantic Regionals

1974-75

12-5

(.706)

3rd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

EAIAW Regionals

1975-76

12-6

(.667)

3rd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

EAIAW Regionals

1976-77

9-9

(.500)

3rd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

EAIAW Regionals

1977-78

12-6

(.667)

2nd Place

Mary Ann Hitchens

EAIAW Regionals

1978-79

6-11

(.353)

Joyce Perry

1979-80

7-13

(.350)

Joyce Perry

1980-81

21-7

(.750)

Joyce Perry

1981-82

9-14

(.391)

Joyce Perry

1982-83

12-12

(.500)

1st Place, East Coast Conference West (4-4)

Joyce Perry

1983-84

22-4

(.846)

1st Place, East Coast Conference (8-0)

Joyce Perry

1984-85

19-9

(.679)

2nd Place, East Coast Conference (11-3)

Joyce Perry

1985-86

15-15

(.500)

3rd Place, East Coast Conference (8-6)

Joyce Perry

1986-87

10-17

(.370)

6th Place, East Coast Conference (5-9)

Joyce Perry

1987-88

18-11

(.621)

3rd Place, East Coast Conference (9-5)

Joyce Perry

1988-89

23-6

(.793)

1st Place, East Coast Conference (13-1)

Joyce Perry

ECC Champions

1989-90

21-9

(.700)

1st Place, East Coast Conference (10-4)

Joyce Perry

ECC Champions

1990-91

18-11

(.621)

1st Place, East Coast Conference (10-2)

Joyce Perry

ECC Champions

1991-92

15-14

(.517)

4th Place, North Atlantic Conference (7-7)

Joyce Perry

1992-93

17-11

(.607)

4th Place, North Atlantic Conference (8-6)

Joyce Perry

1993-94

10-17

(.370)

5th Place, North Atlantic Conference (7-7)

Joyce Perry

1994-95

12-15

(.444)

7th Place, North Atlantic Conference (5-10)

Joyce Perry

1995-96

11-16

(.407)

5th Place, North Atlantic Conference (9-9)

Joyce Perry

1996-97

9-19

(.321)

7th, America East (6-12)

Tina Martin

1997-98

6-21

(.222)

10th, America East (3-15)

Tina Martin

1998-99

16-11

(.593)

5th, America East (10-8)

Tina Martin

1999-00

21-8

(.724)

3rd, America East (13-5)

Tina Martin

2000-01

26-5

(.839)

1st, America East (17-1)

Tina Martin

America East Tournament Champions; NCAA East Regional

2001-02

23-7

(.767)

2nd, Colonial Athletic Association (15-3)

Tina Martin

CAA Semifinals; WNIT First Round

2002-03

22-9

(.710)

T-1st, Colonial Athletic Association (15-3)

Tina Martin

CAA Tournament Runners-up; WNIT First Round

2003-04

19-10

(.655)

4th, Colonial Athletic Association (10-8)

Tina Martin

CAA Semifinals

2004-05

25-6

(.806)

1st, Colonial Athletic Association (16-2)

Tina Martin

CAA Tournament Runners-up; WNIT First Round

2005-06

22-8

(.733)

3rd, Colonial Athletic Association (13-5)

Tina Martin

CAA Semifinals; WNIT First Round

2006-07

26-6

(.813)

T-2nd, Colonial Athletic Association (18-0)

Tina Martin

CAA Semifinals; NCAA Greensboro Region

2007-08

7-24

(.226)

9th, Colonial Athletic Association (6-12)

Tina Martin

2008-09

15-15

(.500)

9th, Colonial Athletic Association (7-11)

Tina Martin

2009-10

21-12

(.636)

4th, Colonial Athletic Association (11-7)

Tina Martin

CAA Semifinals; WNIT First Round

2010-11

20-14

(.588)

T-5th, Colonial Athletic Association (10-8)

Tina Martin

CAA Tournament Runners-Up; WNIT First Round

2011-12

31-2

(.939)

1st, Colonial Athletic Association (18-0)

Tina Martin

CAA Champions; NCAA Second Round

2012-13

32-4

(.889)

1st, Colonial Athletic Association (18-0)

Tina Martin

CAA Champions; NCAA Sweet 16

Totals

677-435 (.609)

42 Seasons -

-

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach

Years

Record (Pct.)

Mary Ann Hitchens

1971-78 (7)

70-42 (.625)

Joyce Perry

1978-96 (18)

266-212 (.556)

Tina Martin

1996-Present (17) 341-181 (.653)

Totals

42 Seasons

677-435 (1112) (.609)

Mary Ann Hitchens

2nd, ECC Tournament 2nd, ECC Tournament

Joyce Perry

Tina Martin

TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS:........................................n/a NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES:......................4

2001 (First Round)

2007 (First Round)

2012 (Second Round)

2013 (Sweet 16)

ALL-TIME NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORD:............. 3-4 CONFERENCE TITLES:....................................................6

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America East – 2001

Colonial Athletic Association – 2012, 2013

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1971-72 8-4 EAIAW Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Joyce Starkey, Diane Stetina F5 Glassboro State................ W 58-56 F12 at Salisbury State............... L 37-41 F17 Gloucester County CC...... W 67-34 F22 Goucher.......................... W 79-27 F24 West Chester.................... W 44-41 F26 at Temple......................... W 54-37 F29 at Catonsville................... W 64-41 M2 at Camden County CC...... W 55-32 M7 at Millersville ..............L 45-48 (OT) M19 vs. #West Chester.............. .L 57-67 M10 vs. #Lock Haven............... W 56-50 M11 vs. #Monmouth.................. L 50-51 # EAIAW Regionals (Towson, Md.) 1972-73 9-5 EAIAW Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Joyce Starkey, Diane Stetina J31 at Franklin & Marshall...... W 68-11 F2 Immaculata........................ L 46-56 F6 at Monmouth................... W 58-40 F8 Temple............................. W 62-41 F11 Camden County CC.......... W 64-38 F14 at Glassboro State............. .L 54-66 F17 Salisbury State................. W 51-38 F20 at West Chester................ W 58-45 F24 Ursinus.............................. L 38-47 F27 Catonsville......................... W 71-9 M1 at Trenton State................ W 62-50 M6 Millersville....................... W 60-30 M8 vs. #Federal City................ L 50-61 M10 vs. #Glassboro State........... L 58-86 # EAIAW Regionals (Lock Haven, Pa.) 1973-74 8-7 Mid-Atlantic Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Ann Marie Igo, Susan Willig J15 at Maryland ...................... L 41-53 J31 at Glassboro State.....W 62-59 (OT) F2 Elizabethtown.................. W 80-42 F6 at Immaculata.................... L 32-70 F12 West Chester..................... .L 47-67 F16 at Salisbury State............... L 39-46 F19 Towson State...................... L 47-69 F21 at Ursinus........................ W 50-48 F22 Morgan State................... W 60-46 F24 William Paterson.............. W 49-45 F28 Trenton State.................... W 52-47 M2 at Temple .......................... L 32-47 M4 at Millersville.................... W 74-55 M7 vs. #Slippery Roc............... L 48-78 M9 vs. #Lock Haven................. L 51-76 # EAIAW Regionals (New Brunswick, N.J.) 1974-75 12-5 EAIAW Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captain: n/a J23 at Maryland....................... L 54-61 J28 at Elizabethtown............... W 73-40 J30 at Morgan State............... W 63-46 F4 Ursinus............................ W 59-48 F7 Salisbury State................. W 65-42 F9 West Chester.................... W 59-53 F11 Cheyney State.................. W 60-51 F13 Immaculata........................ L 50-65 F15 Towson State................... .W 62-57 F17 Temple............................. W 59-39

J15 Kean................................. L 67-74 J17 at #10 Cheyney.................. L 36-92 J19 Glassboro State................ W 66-53 J22 at American..................... W 73-66 J24 at Towson State.................. L 55-66 J26 at Lock Haven.................. W 65-59 J29 at Temple........................... L 54-70 F1 William Paterson.............. W 75-56 F5 at West Chester................ W 74-69 F9 at Immaculata.................. W 75-72 F13 East Stroudsburg................ L 57-68 F15 Penn State......................... L 72-92 F21 #14 Maryland................. L 42-100 F26 Trenton State...................... L 62-69 + Towson Invitational Tournament (Towson, Md.)

The 1977-78 Blue Hens finished 12-6 and earned their way to the EAIAW Regionals.

F20 at Glassboro State............ W 68-60 F24 at William Paterson........... .L 60-64 M1 at Trenton State................ W 68-56 M4 Millersville....................... W 77-51 M6 vs. #Maryland.................. .L 65-76 M7 vs. #Ursinus..................... W 56-53 M8 vs. #West Chester............... L 64-84 # EAIAW Regionals (Glassboro, N.J.) 1975-76 12-6 EAIAW Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Karen Horney, Joan Truger J24 Maryland.......................... L 65-70 J29 Elizabethtown.................. W 78-30 J31 Morgan State.................. .W 60-52 F3 at Ursinus........................ W 59-57 F5 William Paterson................ L 49-61 F10 at West Chester.................. L 61-80 F12 at Towson State................ W 70-51 F14 Immaculata........................ L 61-85 F19 at Temple......................... W 72-56 F21 Glassboro State.............. W 100-72 F24 at Cheyney State.............. W 51-47 F26 Trenton State.................... W 68-48 F29 Salisbury State................. W 50-49 M2 at Millersville.................... W 88-51 M4 East Stroudsburg.............. W 72-61 M11 vs. #Lock Haven................. L 64-91 M12 vs. #Rutgers..................... W 97-56 M13 vs. #Penn State................... L 56-68 # EAIAW Regionals (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 1976-77 9-9 EAIAW Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Karen Conlin J22 at #15 Maryland................ L 49-81 J25 at Glassboro State............ W 61-55 J27 Lock Haven...................... W 69-62 J29 Temple............................. W 91-76 F3 at William Paterson............ L 64-71 F5 Ursinus.............................. L 67-69 F8 West Chester..................... .L 54-74 F10 Towson State.................... W 62-53 F12 Immaculata........................ L 58-86 F17 at Morgan State............... W 71-60 F22 #13 Cheyney State............. L 50-71 F24 at Trenton State.................. L 56-60 F26 Salisbury State................. W 67-57 M1 at Penn State.................... W 66-64 M3 at East Stroudsburg.......... W 75-66 M9 #11 ^Cheyney State........... L 57-70 M10 ^West Chester................ .W 66-62 M11 #8 ^Rutgers...................... L 75-78 ^ EAIAW Regionals (Philadelphia, Pa.)

1977-78 12-6 EAIAW Regionals Head Coach: Mary Ann Hitchens Captains: Karen Conlin, Sharon Howett J10 Glassboro State................ W 85-65 J12 Kean............................... W 86-67 J14 Trenton State.................... W 67-58 J19 at Temple......................... W 81-53 J21 #8 Maryland..................... L 52-62 J26 at Towson State................ W 75-65 J28 at Lock Haven.................. W 78-67 J31 at Ursinus........................ W 68-43 F3 William Paterson.............. W 79-61 F11 at Immaculata................... .L 75-83 F14 at Salisbury State............. W 95-44 F18 #13 Penn State.................. L 65-76 F21 at Cheyney........................ L 59-62 F23 at West Chester ............... W 71-67 F25 East Stroudsburg.............. W 78-58 M1 Morgan State..................... L 69-70 M3 at #West Chester................ L 53-60 M4 vs. #Temple...................... W 76-67 #EAIAW Regionals (West Chester, Pa.) 1978-79 6-11 Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Pamela DeStafano, Mary Linton D5 at Saint Joseph’s................. L 52-75 D9 La Salle........................... W 68-58 D12 Morgan State.................... L 74-89 J11 at Kean ............................ L 47-73 J18 Temple............................. W 69-37 J22 American....................... .W 52-43 J25 Towson State...................... L 59-68 J27 Lock Haven........................ L 73-84 F2 at William Paterson........... .L 63-70 F6 West Chester State............. L 64-72 F8 at Trenton State.........W 58-57 (OT) F10 Immaculata....................... .L 59-68 F12 Pittsburgh.......................... L 69-78 F16 #11 Penn State ............... L 57-107 F22 at #7 Maryland.................. L 49-84 F24 at East Stroudsburg.......... W 70-55 F26 at Glassboro State............ W 94-69 1979-80 10-4-2 Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Lori Howard, Sandy Hudson D1 Morgan State..................... L 64-80 D5 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 69-71 D8 at La Salle.......................... L 60-63 J9 vs. +Navy........................ W 69-52 J10 vs. +La Salle...................... L 56-59 J11 vs. +Kean.......................... L 64-67

1980-81 21-7 Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Cheryl Gittings, Lori Howard N29 Lehigh ............................ W 90-48 D2 at Navy............................. L 56-63 D5 at Virginia Tech.................. L 54-75 D6 at William & Mary .......... W 66-52 D9 at Saint Joseph’s................ .L 56-90 D11 La Salle........................... W 86-79 D19 at ^Pennsylvania.............. W 59-55 D21 vs. ^Notre Dame.............. W 70-56 J5 Hofstra............................ W 72-57 J10 at Drexel.......................... W 81-61 J13 at Kean........................... W 68-52 J15 Loyola (Md.) ................... W 78-64 J17 at Glassboro State............ W 91-73 J19 American........................ W 66-62 J21 Towson State.................... W 80-69 J24 Lock Haven ................... W 104-43 J27 Temple....................W 101-96 (OT) J31 Rider .............................. W 85-57 F3 at Catholic....................... W 84-49 F5 West Chester.................... W 71-69 F7 Immaculata...................... W 80-55 F13 at Mount St. Mary’s............ L 57-63 F20 at Morgan State................. L 66-88 F24 at Trenton State................ W 74-72 F26 at Lafayette...................... W 75-56 M7 *West Chester.................. W 51-47 M13 vs. !Morgan State............... L 64-87 M14 vs. !Mount St. Mary’s...L 55-57 (OT) ^ Pennsylvania Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) * EAIAW Tournament (Newark, Del.) ! EAIAW Tournament (Jersey City, N.J.) 1981-82 9-14 Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Cheryl Gittings, Susan Jones D2 Navy................................. L 57-67 D5 at La Salle.......................... L 46-69 D8 Saint Joseph’s................... .L 60-64 D18 vs. #Mount St. Mary’s......... L 66-69 D19 at #Pennsylvania................ L 43-59 J5 St. Peter’s........................... L 51-73 J12 Kean............................... W 77-65 J14 at Loyola (Md.)................... L 63-64 J16 at Towson State................ W 60-46 J20 Drexel ............................ W 70-36 J23 Bucknell........................... W 73-39 J28 Lafayette ......................... W 67-48 J30 at West Chester ................. L 75-79 F2 at Immaculata.................... L 67-68 F4 at American.................... .W 69-65 F6 at Temple........................... L 57-84 F11 Morgan State..................... L 71-75 F16 Kutztown......................... W 79-62 F18 at Rider.............................. L 52-53 F20 Mount St. Mary’s................ L 55-72

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS F23 at Hofstra........................ W 59-52 F27 at Lehigh........................... L 66-68 M5 Glassboro State................ W 85-51 # Pennsylvania Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1982-83 12-12 (4-4 ECC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Kathie Molloy, Linny Price N27 at #Dartmouth.................... L 46-57 N28 vs. #Vermont.................... W 62-56 D1 at Navy............................. L 52-62 D4 *La Salle.....................L 78-83 (OT) J4 at St. Peter’s....................... L 41-80 J6 Colgate........................... W 68-62 J11 at Glassboro State............ W 73-59 J13 Loyola (Md.).................... W 68-60 J15 *Lehigh............................ W 82-63 J19 *Towson State.................. W 72-69 J22 Hofstra.....................W 67-61 (OT) J27 at *Drexel........................ W 55-45 J29 at *Bucknell...................... W 74-62 F3 West Chester.................... W 89-49 F5 Immaculata...................... W 63-53 F7 *American..................L 68-73 (OT) F10 Temple............................... L 62-90 F15 at Morgan State................. L 71-89 F17 at Kutztown..................... W 71-58 F19 *Rider................................ L 62-67 F22 at Mount St. Mary’s............ L 58-89 F24 at Saint Joseph’s................ .L 47-77 F26 at *Lafayette....................... L 51-67 M7 $American........................ L 63-73 # Dartmouth Tournament (Hanover, N.H.) * East Coast Conf. Games (1st place) $ ECC Tournament (Newark, Del.) 1983-84 22-4 (8-0 ECC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Kathie Molloy, Linny Price N22 Princeton......................... W 67-54 N30 Navy............................... W 64-53 D3 at #Montclair State........... W 65-58 D4 vs. #Northeastern............. W 59-45 D10 at La Salle.......................... L 64-72 D12 at Iona............................ W 78-67 J3 St. Peter’s......................... W 57-55 J6 Richmond........................ W 65-59 J10 Kutztown......................... W 66-35 J12 at Loyola (Md.)................. W 63-56 J14 at *Lehigh........................ W 69-63 J16 Morgan State................... W 62-60 J18 George Washington......... W 71-68 J21 at *Hofstra....................... W 73-68 J26 *Drexel ........................... W 68-50 J28 *Bucknell......................... W 79-48 J30 at West Chester ................. L 61-66

F4 at Immaculata.................. W 81-59 F6 at *American................... W 71-50 F9 at Temple........................... L 69-83 F18 *Rider ............................. W 79-62 F20 at *Towson State.............. .W 69-59 F25 *Lafayette........................ W 61-57 F28 vs. $Bucknell.................... W 64-37 M1 vs. $Hofstra..................... W 74-56 M3 vs. $Towson State............... L 58-61 # Montclair State Tournament (Montclair, N.J.) * ECC Games (1st place) $ ECC Tournament (Lawrenceville, N.J.) 1984-85 19-9 (11-3 ECC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Sarah Gause, Meg McDowell N26 La Salle................................ L 57-62 N29 at Princeton........................ W 58-48 D3 at *Lafayette........................... L 49-63 D8 at #Providence........................ L 65-81 D9 vs. #New Hampshire............. W 65-53 D12 American............................. L 69-73 D29 vs. %Youngstown State.......... L 51-68 D30 vs. %Montclair State............ W 68-54 J3 at *Drexel.............................. W 77-59 J5 at *Rider............................... W 67-58 J12 at *Lehigh............................ W 64-59 J16 at *Bucknell......................... W 62-38 J19 *Hofstra.............................. W 74-58 J21 Temple.................................. L 58-77 J23 at *Towson State.................... L 59-65 J26 *Lafayette.............................. L 46-64 J30 Immaculata......................... W 97-56 F2 *Drexel ................................ W 84-77 F4 West Chester......................... W 70-64 F6 *Rider................................... W 80-61 F9 at Morgan State.................... W 77-71 F13 *Lehigh .............................. W 68-45 F16 *Bucknell............................. W 84-62 F18 Loyola (Md.)........................ W 88-36 F 20 at *Hofstra......................... W 76-45 F 23 *Towson State .................... W 80-68 F 28 $Hofstra............................ W 88-67 M 2 $Lehigh............................... .L 61-69 * ECC Games (2nd place) # Providence Tournament (Providence, R.I.) % St. Peter’s Tournament (Jersey City, N.J.) $ ECC Tournament (Newark, Del.) 1985-86 15-15 (8-6 ECC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Lisa Cano, Meg McDowell N25 at La Salle.......................... L 55-65 D2 at Temple.......................... .L 59-78 D4 at Loyola (Md................... W 79-49

In the first season with the East Coast Conference, the 1982-83 Blue Hens finished in first place with a 4-4 record.

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The 1988-89 ECC Championship team poses with legendary basketball broadcaster and former coach, Dick Vitale

D7 vs. #Rhode Island............... L 55-58 D8 at #Fairfield....................... L 71-73 D12 Princeton......................... W 63-57 D20 at %Virginia Tech............... .L 61-74 D21 vs. #11 %Auburn............... L 39-85 D22 vs. %Colorado.................... L 68-84 J4 at West Chester................ W 78-65 J6 New Mexico State.............. L 49-66 J11 *Hofstra........................... W 74-54 J14 Morgan State................... W 78-54 J16 *Bucknell......................... W 65-49 J18 at *Lafayette....................... L 62-74 J22 at *Lehigh.......................... L 54-71 J25 *Drexel ........................... W 67-59 J29 at *Rider........................... .L 62-63 F1 *Towson State.................. W 90-66 F5 at *Hofstra....................... W 73-63 F8 at *Bucknell...................... W 67-64 F12 *Lafayette........................ W 67-57 F15 *Lehigh.............................. L 58-68 F17 at Immaculata.................. W 87-54 F20 at *Drexel.......................... L 62-68 F22 *Rider................................ L 63-67 F26 at *Towson State........W 83-73 (OT) M5 $Drexel........................... W 75-44 M8 vs. $Lafayette................... W 62-55 M9 vs. $Lehigh........................ L 59-72 # Fairfield Tournament (Fairfield, Conn.) % Virginia Tech Tournament (Blacksburg, Va.) * ECC Games (3rd place) $ ECC Tournament (last two rounds at Lawrenceville, N.J.) 1986-87 10-17 (5-9 ECC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Lisa Cano, Jill Joslin D1 La Salle............................ .L 56-60 D3 Loyola (Md.)................... .W 59-57 D7 at #Providence................... L 58-90 D8 vs. #Florida A&M.............. .L 57-63 D10 at Princeton........................ L 54-65 D27 vs. %Robert Morris......L 65-66 (OT) D28 vs. %Loyola (Md.)............. W 95-57 J3 West Chester.................... W 76-55 J6 at UMBC........................... L 67-69 J14 *Towson State.................... L 58-65 J17 at *Hofstra....................... W 52-49 J20 at Morgan State............... W 57-48 J24 *Lafayette...................L 48-56 (OT) J28 *Lehigh.............................. L 44-70 J31 *Drexel............................. .L 44-66 F2 *Rider ............................. W 66-64 F5 at American....................... L 55-74 F7 at *Towson State................. L 64-73 F11 *Hofstra........................... W 88-47 F14 *Bucknell.......................... .L 68-71 F16 Georgetown..................... W 57-45 F18 at *Lafayette....................... L 51-65

F21 at *Lehigh.......................... L 68-73 F25 at *Drexel.......................... L 66-72 F26 at *Bucknell...................... W 87-80 F28 at *Rider.......................... W 68-59 M4 vs. $Lehigh........................ L 74-82 # Providence Coca-Cola Classic (Providence, R.I.) % Richmond-Dole Classic (Richmond, Va.) * ECC Games (6th place) $ ECC Tournament (Hempstead, N.Y.) 1987-88 18-11 (9-5 ECC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Lisa Cano, Kathleen Malone, Susan Whitfield N28 at #Syracuse...................... L 53-65 N29 vs. #George Mason............ L 55-68 D2 Morgan State............W 72-69 (OT) D4 vs. %Manhattan................. L 44-51 D5 at %Loyola (Md.).............. W 86-25 D9 Princeton......................... W 70-63 D12 at Georgetown ................ W 76-54 J5 UMBC............................. W 76-64 J7 American........................ W 69-63 J9 *Rider ............................. W 86-50 J12 at *Drexel.......................... L 54-74 J14 at Pennsylvania................ W 71-67 J16 at West Chester................ W 80-40 J20 vs. *Towson State.............. W 66-57 J23 *Hofstra........................... W 76-53 J27 *Bucknell......................... W 86-73 J30 at *Lafayette..................... W 56-53 F2 at *Lehigh.......................... L 72-84 F4 at La Salle.......................... L 58-68 F6 *Drexel.............................. L 52-61 F10 at *Rider ......................... W 68-49 F13 *Towson State.................. W 83-73 F15 Temple .............................. L 70-81 F17 at *Hofstra......................... L 64-68 F20 at *Bucknell........................ L 72-87 F24 *Lafayette........................ W 61-45 F 27 *Lehigh............................ W 84-77 M1 vs. $Lehigh...................... W 80-78 M4 vs. $Lafayette.................... .L 55-65 # Syracuse Carrier Classic (Syracuse, N.Y.) % Loyola Tournament (Loyola, Md.) * ECC Games (3rd place) $ ECC Tournament (Lawrenceville, N.J.) 1988-89 23-6 (13-1 ECC) ECC Champions Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Tracey Robinson N26 at #Seton Hall.................... L 51-68 N27 vs. #Navy........................ W 63-54 D1 at Morgan State................. L 55-63 D5 at American..................... W 69-59 D7 at Princeton...................... W 69-56

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Delaware picked up its second ECC title in 1989-90

D14 West Chester.................... W 68-52 D28 at %Villanova..................... L 55-73 D29 vs. %Fordham.................... L 66-82 J5 at UMBC......................... W 76-70 J7 Pennsylvania.................... W 62-47 J9 Mount St. Mary’s.............. W 85-63 J11 *Drexel............................ W 69-56 J14 *Lafayette........................ W 55-46 J18 at *Lehigh........................ W 58-43 J21 at *Towson State............... W 72-64 J25 at *Rider.......................... W 75-61 J28 *Bucknell.......................... W 78-55 F1 *Hofstra........................... W 72-66 F3 at *Drexel ........................ W 71-67 F6 #20 La Salle....................... L 63-67 F8 at *Lafayette..............W 64-60 (OT) F11 *Lehigh............................ W 73-61 F15 *Towson State..................... L 59-60 F18 *Rider ............................. W 70-67 F21 at *Bucknell ..............W 94-90 (OT) F25 at *Hofstra................W 87-84 (OT) M2 vs. $Rider......................... W 73-64 M5 vs. $Bucknell ................... W 80-74 M6 vs. $Lafayette................... W 51-45 # Seton Hall Tournament (South Orange, N.J.) % Villanova Tournament (Villanova, Pa.) * ECC Games (1st place) $ ECC Tournament (Towson, Md.) 1989-90 21-9 (10-4 ECC) ECC Champions Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Debbie Eaves, Sharon Wisler, Daphne Joy, Robin Stoffel N24 vs. #Kent State................. W 79-65 N26 at #Pittsburgh..................... L 56-73 N30 Morgan State................... W 69-57 D2 at Pennsylvania.........W 76-73 (OT) D6 at Mount St. Mary’s............ L 79-80 D9 at +Wake Forest ................ L 62-63 D10 vs. +TCU ........................... L 51-61 D13 Princeton......................... W 63-41 J4 UMBC............................. W 85-68 J7 Loyola (Md.).................... W 52-46 J12 at *Drexel.......................... L 58-62 J15 at West Chester................ W 76-49 J17 at *Lafayette..................... W 68-43 J20 *Lehigh............................ W 61-44 J22 American....................... .W 66-60 J24 *Towson State.................. W 65-59 J27 *Rider.............................. W 90-66 J30 at *Bucknell.............W 85-78 (2OT) F3 at *Hofstra...................... .W 71-52 F7 *Drexel.............................. L 65-67 F10 *Lafayette.......................... L 57-73 F12 at Villanova...................... .L 62-83 F14 at *Lehigh.......................... L 63-76 F17 at *Towson State............... W 66-56

F21 at *Rider.......................... W 67-60 F24 *Bucknell......................... W 71-50 F26 *Hofstra........................... W 80-49 M1 vs. $Bucknell ................... W 83-66 M4 vs. $Lehigh...................... W 69-63 M5 vs. $Drexel...................... W 67-58 # Lady Panther Tournament (Pittsburgh, Pa.) + Tobacco Road Classic (Winston-Salem, N.C) * ECC Games (1st place) $ ECC Tournament (Towson, Md.) 1990-91 18-11 (10-2 ECC) ECC Champions Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Bridget McCarthy, Jen Riley N24 vs. &Wagner..................... L 75-76 N25 vs. &Niagara.................... .L 78-79 N28 at Bucknell....................... W 86-76 D4 Villanova........................... L 53-58 D7 at $Princeton...................... L 59-63 D8 vs. $Massachusetts .......... W 66-59 D13 at Monmouth............W 64-63 (OT) J3 Lafayette............................ L 52-71 J8 at Lehigh......................... W 71-61 J10 at *Drexel.................W 88-80 (OT) J12 at *Rider.......................... W 56-53 J15 at Loyola (Md.)................. W 79-63 J17 *Central Connecticut ........ W 58-56 J19 Pennsylvania...................... L 71-74 J23 at *UMBC.......................... L 60-71 J26 *Hofstra........................... W 71-54 J29 Boston University................ L 64-76 J31 at *Towson State............... W 72-61 F2 at *Central Conn.......W 81-71 (OT) F7 *Drexel ........................... W 69-61 F9 *Rider ............................... L 64-69 F14 *UMBC............................ W 90-84 F16 at George Mason.............. .L 64-76 F19 Mount St. Mary’s ............. W 78-70 F21 *Towson State.................. W 70-55 F23 at *Hofstra....................... W 90-78 F25 at American....................... L 62-63 M3 vs. #Drexel...................... W 53-41 M4 vs. #Hofstra..................... W 60-52 * ECC Games (1st place) & Seton Hall Tournament (South Orange, N.J.) $ Princeton Tournament (Princeton, N.J.) # ECC Tournament (Towson, Md.) 1991-92 15-14 (7-7 NAC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Jen Riley, Linda Cyborski N23 Bucknell........................... W 87-63 N25 Lehigh............................. W 72-63 N26 Monmouth...................... .W 79-67 N29 vs. #3 %Penn State............ .L 53-97 N30 vs. %William & Mary........ W 75-65

D9 at Lafayette........................ L 74-79 D11 at Towson State.........L 77-89 (2OT) J2 Richmond ........................ .L 68-83 J7 Princeton......................... W 79-71 J11 Rhode Island ................... W 79-66 J14 at Pennsylvania ............... W 69-62 J17 *New Hampshire............... L 71-72 J18 *Maine ............................. L 59-75 J22 UMBC .............................. L 56-86 J24 at *Boston University.......... .L 61-69 J25 at *Northeastern.....W 61-60 (2OT) J31 *Vermont......................... W 68-82 F1 *Hartford......................... W 82-65 F8 *Drexel ........................... W 75-73 F14 at *Hartford..................... W 52-50 F16 at *Vermont...................... .L 58-87 F21 *Northeastern.................. W 66-50 F22 *Boston University............... L 69-75 F28 at *Maine......................... .L 54-73 M1 at *New Hampshire.......... W 61-60 M4 George Mason................... L 57-65 M7 at *Drexel ....................... W 73-64 M10 $Boston University........... .W 77-75 M13 at #25 $Vermont............... .L 66-82 % Saint Joseph’s Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) * North Atlantic Conference Games (4th place) $ NAC Tournament 1992-93 17-11 (8-6 NAC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Jen Lipinski, Molly Larkin D3 at Lehigh......................... W 78-55 D5 Temple............................. W 74-53 D8 Lafayette.......................... W 51-42 D10 at Delaware State............. W 81-56 D12 Towson State.................... W 59-49 D19 at George Mason............... L 45-80 D28 at #Pittsburgh.................... .L 51-68 D29 vs. #Fairleigh Dickinson ... W 72-68 J2 at Saint Joseph’s................. L 38-57 J5 at Princeton...................... W 68-63 J13 Pennsylvania...................... L 59-70 J15 at *New Hampshire............ L 63-89 J17 at *Maine........................ W 56-53 J20 UMBC ............................ W 83-61 J22 *Boston University............ W 60-59 J24 *Northeastern................. .W 60-52 J29 at #17 Vermont................. .L 60-83 J31 at *Hartford ..................... .L 59-75 F6 at *Drexel ....................... W 68-62 F12 *Hartford......................... W 70-57 F14 #17 *Vermont ................... L 55-77 F19 at *Northeastern............... .L 57-72 F21 at *Boston University......... W 76-70 F26 *Maine.............................. L 53-58 F28 *New Hampshire............. W 73-67 M3 *Drexel ........................... W 68-67

M9 %Hartford ....................... W 73-64 M12 at #17 %Vermont .............. L 62-75 * NAC Games (4th place) # Pittsburgh Tournament (Pittsburgh, Pa.) % NAC Tournament 1993-94 10-17 (7-7 NAC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Merel van Zanten, Marisa Shackleford D1 at Temple........................... L 60-69 D4 Delaware State................ W 75-38 D7 at Lafayette....................... .L 45-60 D9 at Towson State................ W 71-65 D11 at Pennsylvania.................. L 59-72 D29 at #Saint Joseph’s............... L 52-63 D30 vs. #Creighton................ .L 44-106 J3 Princeton........................... L 61-69 J5 Lehigh ............................ W 69-57 J12 Siena................................ L 59-62 J14 *New Hampshire.............. .L 54-59 J16 *Maine.............................. L 51-53 J21 at *Boston University........... L 52-65 J23 at *Northeastern................ L 45-68 J28 *Vermont......................... W 62-49 J30 *Hartford......................... W 76-71 F3 LaSalle.......................L 64-69 (OT) F5 *Drexel............................ W 77-63 F8 George Mason................... L 67-75 F10 at *Hartford..................... W 90-75 F13 at *Vermont....................... L 55-82 F18 *Northeastern.................. W 67-58 F20 *Boston University............ W 69-52 F25 at *Maine.......................... L 53-82 F27 at *New Hampshire........... .L 70-84 M2 at *Drexel ....................... W 79-76 M6 %Boston University............. L 60-62 # Saint Joseph’s Texaco-Hawk Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.) * NAC Games (5th place) % NAC Tournament (Boston, Mass.) 1994-95 12-15 (5-10 NAC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Colleen McNamara, Bev Santee N26 at Delaware State............. W 75-57 N28 St. Joseph’s........................ L 49-66 N30 at George Mason......W 84-83 (OT) D3 vs. #UAB........................... L 63-73 D4 vs. #Lehigh...................... W 80-67 D6 Lafayette ......................... W 77-52 D10 Pennsylvania.................... W 70-53 D17 at $South Florida.............. W 53-46 D18 vs. $Harvard...................... L 60-75 J2 at Princeton........................ L 66-78

The Hens clinched their third straight ECC Championship in 1990-91.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS F6 at *New Hampshire............ L 70-77 F8 at *Maine.......................... L 73-98 F14 *Towson ............................ L 67-78 F17 at Morgan State................. L 55-59 F19 *Northeastern.................... L 79-85 F21 *Boston University............ W 77-69 F26 at *Hofstra......................... L 59-76 M4 %Drexel ............................ L 66-68 * America East Games (10th place) # Cyclone Classic (Ames, Iowa) % America East Tournament

Delaware experienced two major changes for the 1996-97 season as Tina Martin was in her first season as head coach and the Blue Hens transitioned to the America East Conference.

J6 at Richmond..................... W 68-60 J13 at *New Hampshire.......... W 67-60 J15 at *Maine.......................... L 63-95 J20 *Boston University............ W 55-42 J22 *Northeastern................... .L 56-63 J27 at *Vermont....................... L 63-65 J29 at *Hartford....................... L 66-74 F5 at *Hofstra....................... W 77-60 F10 *Hartford......................... W 74-61 F12 *Vermont .......................... L 68-74 F14 *Hofstra........................... W 68-53 F17 at *Northeastern............... .L 59-77 F19 at *Boston University........... L 59-64 F24 *Maine ............................. L 67-74 F26 *New Hampshire............... L 70-75 F28 *Drexel.............................. L 69-76 M5 at %Northeastern............... L 59-65 # Manhattan Tournament (New York, N.Y.) $ South Florida Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) * NAC Games (7th place) % NAC Tournament (Boston, Mass.) 1995-96 11-16 (9-9 NAC) Head Coach: Joyce Perry Captains: Denise Wojciech, Cami Ruck N25 at St. Peter’s....................... L 49-64 N28 at La Salle.......................... L 56-76 N30 Niagara.......................... W 72-68 D2 at #19 ^Duke................... .L 50-95 D3 vs. ^George Mason............ L 63-65 D6 Princeton........................... L 45-62 D9 *Towson State ................. W 74-55 D19 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 67-77 J2 *Maine.............................. L 61-78 J4 *New Hampshire .............. L 61-85 J12 at *Boston University........ .W 63-56 J14 at *Northeastern.........L 64-72 (OT) J16 at Pennsylvania ............... W 65-60 J19 *Hartford......................... W 71-66 J21 *Vermont........................... L 56-76 J23 at *Drexel........................ W 67-65 J26 at *Hartford....................... L 50-61 J28 at *Vermont ...................... L 54-67 F2 *Boston University............ W 64-60 F4 *Northeastern.................. W 69-49 F7 *Hofstra........................... W 66-53 F9 at *Maine.......................... L 48-90 F11 at *New Hampshire............ L 66-83 F16 at *Hofstra...................... .W 71-67 F18 *Drexel.............................. L 61-75 F24 at *Towson State .............. W 63-61 M3 at %Hartford...................... L 55-72 ^ McDonald’s Classic (Durham, N.C.) * NAC Games (5th place) % NAC Tournament (Hartford, Conn.)

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1996-97 9-19 (6-12 America East) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Courtney Neall, Suzi Egeli N22 Delaware State................ W 72-46 N29 at #UC-Santa Barbara........ L 60-77 N30 vs. #UC-Irvine.................... L 45-61 D2 at Temple........................... L 46-60 D5 at *Northeastern ............... L 55-56 D7 at *Boston University........ .W 76-66 D12 La Salle............................ .L 45-68 D14 St. Peter’s .......................... L 60-72 D18 at Princeton...................... W 62-50 D28 Pennsylvania...................... L 64-65 J5 *Towson State ................... L 51-59 J7 at *Hofstra ........................ L 54-58 J10 at *Hartford..................... W 59-56 J12 at *Vermont ..................... .L 57-82 J16 *New Hampshire .............. L 56-70 J18 *Maine ............................. L 47-89 J21 *Drexel.............................. L 54-63 J24 *Boston University............ W 68-56 J26 *Northeastern.................. W 81-70 J31 at *Drexel................ L 69-73 (2OT) F2 *Hofstra........................... W 63-59 F7 *Hartford........................... L 56-61 F9 *Vermont ......................... .L 61-66 F13 at *Maine........................ L 54-102 F15 at *New Hampshire............ L 50-70 F22 at *Towson State............... W 77-70 F27 vs. $Boston University....... W 76-65 M2 at $Vermont....................... L 40-72 # UCSB Tournament (Santa Barbara, Calif.) * America East Games (7th place) $ America East Tournament (Burlington, Vt.) 1997-98 6-21 (3-15 America East) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Jackie Porac, Shanda Piggott, Kristen Stout N14 at Navy............................. L 55-77 N19 at James Madison ............ .L 51-56 N25 at Delaware State............. W 78-73 N30 Princeton ........................ W 59-57 D3 at *Drexel......................... .L 63-73 D6 *Hofstra........................... W 69-56 D9 at *Towson......................... L 47-68 D13 at La Salle.......................... L 46-76 D28 at #Iowa State................... .L 62-80 D29 vs. #Brown....................... W 73-66 J8 *New Hampshire............... L 55-72 J10 *Maine ............................ .L 66-77 J13 *Drexel.............................. L 48-73 J16 at *Hartford...................... .L 60-74 J18 at *Vermont....................... L 61-89 J22 at *Northeastern............... .L 63-85 J24 at *Boston University.......... .L 75-84 J29 *Hartford........................... L 57-59 J31 *Vermont......................... W 67-62

1998-99 16-11 (10-8 America East) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Danielle Leyfert, Cindy Johnson N16 Lafayette......................... .W 80-59 N21 at Princeton...................... W 61-46 N25 Delaware State................ W 75-60 N28 vs. #UNLV........................ .L 76-77 N29 vs. #Bradley ...................... L 87-94 D5 at *Drexel......................... .L 66-75 D7 Navy .............................. W 74-67 D12 James Madison................ W 67-57 D20 at Canisius ...................... W 79-67 J3 at *Towson ........................ L 54-68 J9 at *Northeastern................ L 67-90 J11 at *Boston University......... W 78-69 J14 *Vermont........................ .W 76-67 J16 *Hartford......................... W 64-56 J19 *Hofstra........................... W 71-50 J22 at *Maine ......................... L 51-81 J24 at *New Hampshire.......... W 80-68 J27 *Drexel.............................. L 64-75 J30 *Boston University ........... W 86-72 F1 *Northeastern ................. W 66-63 F6 *Towson .......................... W 69-67 F13 at *Vermont ..................... .L 62-73 F15 at *Hartford..................... W 75-62 F18 *Maine ............................ .L 66-77 F20 *New Hampshire............. W 81-63 F25 at *Hofstra......................... L 74-89 M4 at %Vermont..................... .L 64-74 # Golden Gopher Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) * America East Games (5th place) % America East Tournament (Burlington, Vt.) 1999-2000 21-8 (13-5 America East) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Christine Koren, Renee Baker N19 Monmouth ...................... W 81-67 N23 Princeton......................... W 74-43 N29 at Lafayette..................... .W 86-50

D3 vs. #Mississippi ................. L 55-90 D4 at #South Florida................ L 61-65 D9 at *Vermont....................... L 76-94 D11 at *Hartford..................... W 73-61 D18 at Delaware State............. W 82-53 D20 Morgan State.................. .W 91-61 D29 St. Francis (Pa.)................ W 87-68 J2 *New Hampshire ............ W 75-56 J4 *Maine.............................. L 58-73 J9 at *Hofstra......................... L 68-72 J12 Canisius.......................... W 74-62 J14 *Northeastern.................. W 68-55 J16 *Boston University ........... W 79-47 J22 at *Towson......................... L 53-59 J27 at *Maine.................W 84-79 (OT) J29 at *New Hampshire............ L 68-75 F3 *Hofstra........................... W 67-57 F5 *Drexel ........................... W 77-61 F10 at *Boston University......... W 57-53 F12 at *Northeastern.............. W 66-61 F19 *Towson........................... W 76-60 F24 *Hartford......................... W 75-53 F26 at *Vermont..................... W 80-64 M2 at *Drexel........................ W 79-55 M9 vs. %New Hampshire........ W 77-65 M10 vs. %Maine........................ L 66-74 * America East Games (3rd place) # South Florida Tournament (Tampa, Fla.) % America East Tournament (Burlington, Vt.) 2000-01 26-5 (17-1 America East) America East Champions NCAA First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Danielle Leyfert, Cindy Johnson, Megan Dellegrotti N10 at ^George Washington..... L 56-78 N18 at Monmouth................... W 76-54 N25 vs. #Long Beach State....... W 66-65 N26 at #Maryland..................... L 70-71 N29 at Princeton...................... W 66-47 D1 *Hartford......................... W 70-50 D3 *Vermont......................... W 67-55 D6 at George Mason............... L 61-89 D8 at *New Hampshire.......... W 71-55 D10 at *Maine........................ W 84-59 D17 American........................ W 80-51 D20 at St. Francis (Pa.)............ W 87-83 J3 Delaware State................ W 60-46 J6 at *Drexel........................ W 85-73 J12 at *Northeastern ............. W 75-64 J14 at *Boston University......... W 72-59 J20 at *Towson....................... W 74-59 J25 *Maine............................ W 73-53 J27 *New Hampshire............. W 79-59

Tina Martin and the 2000-01 Blue Hens won the America East title en route to the program’s first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS F2 at *Hofstra....................... W 83-73 F4 *Drexel ........................... W 81-66 F8 *Boston University............ W 74-63 F10 *Northeastern.................. W 80-57 F15 *Towson .......................... W 79-54 F22 at *Hartford..............W 77-73 (OT) F24 at *Vermont....................... L 58-68 M1 *Hofstra.......................... .W 79-62 M8 vs. %Boston University....... W 67-49 M9 vs. %Hartford................... W 50-47 M10 at %Vermont.............W 69-64 (OT) M16 at #19 $NC State.............. .L 57-76 * America East Games (1st place) % America East Tournament (Burlington, Vt.) ^ Preseason WNIT (Washington, D.C.) # Terrapin Classic (College Park, Md.) $ NCAA East Regional First Round, Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C. 2001-02 23-7 (15-3 CAA) WNIT First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Megan Dellegrotti, Christina Rible, Lindsay Davis N23 vs. #Liberty...................... W 62-56 N24 at #UNC Greensboro......... L 62-67 N28 at Bucknell....................... W 86-66 D1 Princeton ........................ W 85-57 D7 vs. +Coppin State ............. .L 44-52 D8 vs. +Centenary ................ W 78-54 D18 La Salle ......................... .W 83-66 D22 at Marist ......................... W 87-72 D29 *Hofstra........................... W 71-66 J4 at *UNCW...............W 56-54 (OT) J6 at *VCU ............................ L 57-62 J11 #25 *Old Dominion.......... .L 55-82 J13 at *Towson....................... W 68-51 J17 at *George Mason........... W 72-62 J20 *James Madison............... W 58-50 J24 at *Drexel........................ W 77-59 J27 *William & Mary......W 80-77 (OT) J29 Pennsylvania ................... W 79-58 F1 *UNC Wilmington............ W 70-56 F3 *Virginia Commonwealth.. W 69-60 F7 *Towson........................... W 66-28 F10 at #20 *Old Dominion....... .L 45-72 F14 *Drexel............................ W 53-48 F17 at *William & Mary.......... W 60-52 F21 *George Mason............... W 69-56 F24 at *James Madison........... W 59-55 M1 at *Hofstra....................... W 64-52 M7 vs. $Drexel ..............W 72-63 (OT) M8 vs. $UNC Wilmington....... .L 60-65 M13 at %George Washington..... L 71-78 * CAA Games (2nd place) $ CAA Tournament (Norfolk, Va.) # UNC Greensboro Tourn. (Greensboro, N.C.) + Cornell Tournament (Ithaca, N.Y.) % Postseason WNIT (Washington, D.C.)

In the 2004-05 season, Delaware earned its third trip to the Postseason WNIT.

% Postseason WNIT (Philadelphia, Pa.)

2002-03 22-9 (15-3 CAA) WNIT First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Carrie Timmins, Christine Cole, Tracey Howell N22 at Richmond...................... .L 47-65 N26 at La Salle.......................... L 52-63 N30 at Manhattan..................... L 43-58 D4 St. John’s......................... W 63-47 D8 Bucknell........................... W 71-45 D23 Marist ............................ W 77-49 D29 vs. #UAB......................... W 69-56 D30 at #Dartmouth.................. W 61-48 J5 at *Hofstra....................... W 80-69 J9 at *VCU........................... W 69-45 J12 *UNC Wilmington............. .L 49-56 J16 at *Towson....................... W 65-38 J19 *George Mason............... W 73-61 J23 at *Drexel........................ W 48-47 J26 *William & Mary............. W 70-55 J28 at Pennsylvania.................. L 47-57 J30 *James Madison............... W 60-49 F2 at *Old Dominion............... L 62-73 F6 at *UNC Wilmington........ W 56-55 F9 *Virginia Commonwealth.. W 53-50 F14 *Old Dominion ............... W 58-50 F16 at *William & Mary...W 62-60 (OT) F20 at *George Mason............. L 36-47 F23 *Hofstra........................... W 65-47 F27 *Drexel ........................... W 51-47 M2 at *James Madison........... W 75-64 M6 *Towson........................... W 54-33 M13 vs. $Drexel...................... W 68-51 M14 vs. $VCU........................ .W 63-42 M15 at $Old Dominion............. .L 58-66 M19 at %Saint Joseph’s.............. L 47-65 * CAA Games (T-1st place) # Dartmouth Tournament (Hanover, N.H.) $ CAA Tournament (Norfolk, Va.)

In 2001-02, the Hens earned a trip to the WNIT following a 23-7 overall record while going 15-3 in their first season in the Colonial Athletic Association.

2003-04 19-10 (10-8 CAA) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Tracey Howell, Tiara Malcom, Julie Sailer N21 Richmond...................L 78-80 (OT) N25 at Stony Brook................. W 67-58 N29 Brown............................. W 60-47 N30 Fairfield....................W 61-51 (OT) D3 La Salle........................... W 69-47 D5 Navy .............................. W 69-57 D8 at St. John’s..................... W 59-44 D14 at Loyola (Md.) ................ W 54-27 D22 Manhattan ...................... W 63-42 J4 at *UNC Wilmington........ W 57-56 J9 at *William & Mary .......... .L 56-68 J11 *Old Dominion.................. L 56-67 J15 *Hofstra........................... W 78-47 J18 *VCU ............................. W 66-56 J22 at *George Mason............ .L 64-71 J25 at *Drexel.................W 58-57 (OT) J29 *Towson........................... W 65-52 F1 at *James Madison............. L 57-84 F5 at *VCU............................. L 70-81 F8 *William & Mary.............. .L 48-55 F12 *James Madison................. L 61-62 F15 at *Hofstra....................... W 67-41 F20 at *Old Dominion............... L 57-70 F22 *UNC Wilmington............ W 66-59 F26 *Drexel............................ W 70-61 F29 at *Towson....................... W 69-56 M4 *George Mason............... W 67-58 M11 $UNC Wilmington.......... .W 65-59 M12 at $Old Dominion.............. L 62-73 * CAA Games (T-4th place) $ CAA Tournament (Norfolk, Va.) 2004-05 25-6 (16-2 CAA) WNIT First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Tiara Malcom, Julie Sailer, Tiffany Young N21 Loyola (MD)..................... W 63-49 N27 at Georgetown................... L 56-67 N30 Stony Brook..................... W 83-58 D4 vs. #Weber State................ L 60-67 D5 vs. #UNC Greensboro...... W 69-59 D9 Fairfield........................... W 76-54 D19 at La Salle........................ W 68-67 D29 vs. ^Alabama.................. W 67-59 D30 at ^Lehigh....................... W 65-51 J2 at *VCU........................... W 69-44 J6 *Drexel............................ W 57-48 J9 at *Old Dominion............. W 73-70 J14 *UNC Wilmington............ W 56-40 J16 *George Mason............... W 72-56

J20 at *Towson....................... W 63-52 J23 at *Hofstra....................... W 70-54 J27 *William & Mary............. W 67-40 J30 *James Madison............... W 66-55 F3 at *George Mason........... W 68-40 F6 at *UNC Wilmington........ W 59-47 F11 *Old Dominion................ W 62-58 F13 *Virginia Commonwealth.... L 65-68 F17 at *William & Mary.......... W 68-53 F20 *Towson............................. L 59-68 F24 at *Drexel ....................... W 49-46 F27 *Hofstra........................... W 62-56 M3 at *James Madison........... W 59-52 M10 vs. $VCU......................... W 71-56 M11 vs. $James Madison......... W 62-57 M12 at $Old Dominion.......L 74-78 (OT) M17 %St. John’s......................... L 48-42 * CAA Games (1st place) # Arizona Tournament (Tucson, Ariz.) ^ Lehigh Christmas City Classic (Bethlehem, Pa.) $ CAA Tournament (Fairfax, Va.) % Postseason WNIT (Newark, Del.) 2005-06 22-8 (13-5 CAA) WNIT First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Alena Koshansky, Amanda Blackstone, Karleena Tobin N18 Massachusetts.................. W 71-44 N20 at American..................... W 64-38 N23 La Salle........................... W 70-60 N27 at Boston University............ L 59-61 N30 Pennsylvania.................... W 78-34 D4 at *George Mason........... W 74-63 D7 at Fordham...................... W 60-56 D20 Georgetown..................... W 65-43 D28 vs. #Bowling Green.......... W 48-44 D29 at #Saint Joseph’s............. W 49-48 J6 at *UNC Wilmington.......... L 41-55 J8 *James Madison............... W 70-62 J13 at *Towson....................... W 67-56 J15 at *Northeastern.............. W 78-56 J20 *Drexel ........................... W 57-55 J22 at *William & Mary............ L 63-72 J27 *George Mason............... W 67-47 J29 *Virginia Commonwealth.. W 66-35 F3 at *Georgia State............. W 70-49 F5 at *James Madison............. L 57-65 F10 *UNC Wilmington............ W 56-51 F12 at *Hofstra..................L 85-91 (OT) F17 *Towson........................... W 64-52 F19 *Old Dominion.................. L 57-60 F24 at *Drexel........................ W 75-61 F26 *Northeastern.................. W 73-51 M2 *Hofstra........................... W 77-58 M9 vs. $Northeastern............. W 55-45

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS F19 at *Drexel.......................... L 33-54 F22 at *Towson......................... L 55-71 F26 *Northeastern.................. W 64-53 M1 *Georgia State................. W 62-51 M4 at *George Mason........... W 64-42 M12 vs. $Towson...................... .L 37-40 * CAA Games (9th place) ^ Holiday Classic (Los Angeles, Calif.) $ CAA Tournament (Harrisonburg, Va.)

In 2006-07, the Blue Hens went undefeated (18-0) in the CAA and played in the second NCAA Tournament in school history.

M10 vs. $James Madison........... L 59-61 M19 at &Pittsburgh................... .L 57-64 * CAA Games (3rd place) # Saint Joseph’s Hawk Classic (Philadelphia, Pa.) ^ Lehigh Christmas City Classic (Bethlehem, Pa.) $ CAA Tournament (Fairfax, Va.) & Postseason WNIT (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 2006-07 26-6 (16-2 CAA) NCAA First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Melissa Czorniewy, Chrissy Fisher, Alena Koshansky, Tyresa Smith N12 Villanova......................... W 68-63 N14 at Boston College............... L 60-68 N17 American........................ W 71-54 N24 vs. #20 ^Kentucky............ W 86-70 N25 at ^San Francisco............ .W 71-47 N29 at Pennsylvania................ W 73-49 D3 at *Drexel ....................... W 65-53 D5 at La Salle........................ W 66-52 D10 Boston University.............. W 79-59 D17 at Massachusetts.............. W 63-62 D22 Fordham.......................... W 66-42 D29 at #25 Bowling Green........ L 59-70 J4 *Hofstra........................... W 59-56 J7 at *UNC Wilmington........ W 66-38 J11 *Northeastern.................. W 65-43 J14 *Towson........................... W 79-45 J18 *William & Mary............. W 68-55 J21 at *Hofstra....................... W 67-59 J25 at #22 *James Madison...... L 65-73 J28 *George Mason............... W 67-47 F1 at *VCU........................... W 82-51 F4 *Georgia State................. W 85-66 F8 at *George Mason........... W 76-58 F11 at *OId Dominion............... L 47-63 F15 *UNC Wilmington............ W 80-62 F18 at *Towson....................... W 70-52 F22 #22 *James Madison........ W 77-67 F25 *Drexel............................ W 64-36 M1 at *Northeastern.............. W 65-35 M9 $Virginia Commonwealth. W 79-58 M10 $James Madison................ L 56-67 M18 at #23 !Michigan State....... L 58-69 * CAA Games (T-2nd place) ^ Odwalla Classic (San Francisco, Calif.) $ CAA Tournament (Newark, Del.) ! NCAA Tournament First Round, Breslin Center, East Lansing, MI

2007-08 7-24 (6-12 CAA) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Kyle DeHaven, Courtney Irving, Jamie Mundy N9 !Delaware State............... W 54-47 N13 at #3 !Maryland................ L 43-91 N16 at !Texas Christian.............. L 36-66 N20 Boston College................... L 51-53 N23 vs. $Louisville..................... L 55-80 N24 vs. $Murray State............... L 46-62 N28 La Salle............................. L 43-54 D6 Maryland Eastern Shore..... L 53-65 D18 Quinnipiac........................ L 49-59 D21 Bowling Green................... L 54-64 D29 vs. #23 ^Arkansas............. L 49-62 D30 at ^Dartmouth.................... L 41-48 J6 at *George Mason........... W 64-49 J10 *Drexel.............................. L 62-66 J13 at *William & Mary............ L 57-61 J17 *UNC Wilmington.............. L 50-58 J20 *Northeastern.................. W 67-54 J24 at *Georgia State............. W 71-57 J27 *Old Dominion.................. L 37-76 J31 at *Hofstra......................... L 56-59 F3 at *Northeastern.............. W 57-52 F7 *Virginia Commonwealth.. W 42-37 F10 *George Mason................. L 42-52 F14 at *Drexel.......................... L 42-48 F17 *Hofstra........................... W 54-53 F21 *Towson............................. L 49-51 F24 at *James Madison............. L 55-64 F28 *Georgia State................... L 46-58 M2 at *Virginia Commonwealth.L 33-55 M6 at *Towson......................... L 55-58

M13 #UNC Wilmington............. L 56-59 * CAA Games (9th place) ! Preseason WNIT $ Panera Bread Challenge (Chattanooga, Tenn.) ^ Blue Sky Classic (Hanover, N.H.) # CAA Tournament (Newark, Del.) 2008-09 15-15 (7-11 CAA) Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: None N16 Columbia......................... W 62-48 N19 at La Salle........................ W 71-57 N22 at Buffalo........................... L 45-63 N25 at Quinnipiac.................... .L 41-50 N28 Dartmouth......................... L 49-59 D4 at Maryland Eastern Shore.. W 64-45 D7 Maine............................. W 55-40 D10 at Massachusetts.............. W 56-42 D22 at Villanova..................... W 52-49 D28 vs. ^Stony Brook.............. W 70-43 D29 at ^Loyola Marymount ..... W 66-60 J4 *Drexel.............................. L 40-56 J8 *Hofstra......................L 53-62 (OT) J11 at *Georgia State............... L 48-55 J14 *James Madison................. L 53-70 J18 at Virginia Commonwealth.. L 45-68 J22 at *UNC Wilmington.......... L 53-59 J25 *George Mason............... W 70-53 J29 at *Northeastern.............. W 65-58 F1 *Towson......................W 64-59 OT F5 at *Hofstra......................... L 49-58 F8 *Virginia Commonwealth.... L 63-70 F11 *William & Mary............. W 62-51 F15 at *Old Dominion............... L 55-70

2009-10 21-12 (11-7 CAA) WNIT First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captain: Kayla Miller, Eva Riddick N17 at St. Francis (Pa.)............ W 77-64 N21 at Princeton........................ L 59-68 N27 vs. !Houston..................... W 72-43 N28 at !Colorado State............. .L 44-67 D2 at Columbia....................... L 63-75 D5 at UMBC......................... W 70-61 D8 at Maine.......................... W 52-50 D11 Navy............................... W 67-50 D13 La Salle........................... W 54-46 D22 Buffalo ........................... W 85-72 D30 Massachusetts.................. W 57-55 J3 *Old Dominion.................. L 59-60 J7 at *George Mason........... W 53-44 J10 at *Northeastern.............. W 61-53 J14 *UNC Wilmington............ W 63-59 J17 *Drexel ....................L 67-70 (2OT) J21 at *Virginia Commonwealth.L 59-60 J24 at *Hofstra....................... W 71-65 J28 *Towson........................... W 72-49 J31 at *Drexel ..................L 58-60 (OT) F4 *William & Mary............. W 84-55 F8 *George Mason............... W 67-63 F11 at *Old Dominion............... L 52-54 F14 *Georgia State................. W 68-65 F18 at *James Madison......L 83-88 (OT) F21 at *William & Mary.......... W 65-52 F25 *Northeastern.................. W 60-49 F28 at *Towson ........................ L 45-56 M3 *Hofstra........................... W 59-41 M11 vs. #George Mason.......... W 58-41 M12 vs. #Drexel...............W 67-61 (OT) M13 vs. #Old Dominion............. L 49-50 M18 $Richmond........................ L 49-67 * CAA Games (4th place) ! Coors Rocky Mountain Invite (Colo. Springs, Colo.) # CAA Tournament (Harrisonburg, Va.) $ Postseason WNIT (Newark, Del.)

Another trip to the postseason WNIT was in the cards for the 2009-10 Hens, who went 21-12 overall and 11-7 in the CAA.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Delaware won the first CAA Championship in program history in 2011-12 and also won the first NCAA Tournament game in school history.

2010-11 20-14 (10-8 CAA) WNIT First Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captain: Elena Delle Donne, Kayla Miller, Eva Riddick N12 UMBC ............................ W 59-44 N16 Villanova......................... W 69-62 N20 at Yale............................. W 79-61 N23 St. Francis (Pa.)................ W 68-52 N28 at La Salle........................ W 59-48 D1 Princeton........................... L 50-68 D5 at Navy .......................... W 60-55 D19 at Penn State..................... .L 55-64 D22 Saint Joseph’s.................... L 45-50 D29 vs. $Vanderbilt................... L 51-72 D30 vs. $Alcorn State.............. W 76-36 J2 *Hofstra........................... W 71-66 J6 at *Northeastern.............. W 61-51 J9 at *Drexel.......................... L 56-59 J13 *William & Mary............. W 60-51 J16 *Old Dominion.................. L 59-62 J20 at *UNC Wilmington.......... L 48-66 J23 at *Georgia State............. W 50-46 J27 *George Mason................. L 48-51 J30 at *Hofstra......................... L 68-81 F3 *Northeastern.................. W 52-37 F6 *Drexel............................ W 53-44 F10 at *Towson....................... W 64-52 F13 at *William & Mary...W 70-66 (OT) F17 at *George Mason............. L 56-67 F20 *James Madison................. L 64-69 F24 *Virginia Commonwealth.. W 75-67 F27 at *Old Dominion............... L 61-70 M2 *Towson........................... W 75-57 M10 vs. #Northeastern............. W 74-66 M11 vs. #Old Dominion........... W 72-55 M12 vs. #UNC Wilmington...... W 62-47 M13 vs. #James Madison........... L 61-67 M16 at ^Toledo.......................... L 55-58 * CAA Games (T-5th place) $ Hilton Garden Inn Hokie Classic (Blacksburg, Va.) # CAA Tournament (Upper Marlboro, Md.) ^ Postseason WNIT (Toledo, Ohio)

2011-12 31-2 (18-0 CAA) CAA Champions NCAA Second Round Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Elena Delle Donne, Kayla Miller, Eva Riddick N11 Rhode Island.................... W 89-53 N17 #11 Penn State................ W 80-71 N22 at Villanova..................... W 64-56 N27 at Saint Bonaventure......... W 61-49 D1 at Princeton...................... W 81-70 D4 *William & Mary............. W 73-57 D5 Yale................................. W 77-45 D11 at Wake Forest................. W 70-57 D19 at Providence................... W 68-47 D28 vs. %East Carolina............ W 60-40 D29 at #5 %Maryland............... L 76-85 J5 *Towson........................... W 74-51 J8 at *George Mason........... W 66-54 J12 *UNCW.......................... W 69-37 J15 at *Northeastern.............. W 70-54 J19 at *Towson....................... W 65-46 J22 *Drexel ........................... W 60-49 J26 *Hofstra........................... W 84-66 J29 at *James Madison........... W 72-65 F2 at *UNCW...................... W 62-53 F5 *VCU.............................. W 68-49 F9 *Old Dominion................ W 76-63 F12 at *Georgia State............ .W 94-56 F16 at *Hofstra....................... W 89-79 F19 at *Drexel........................ W 40-39 F23 *George Mason............... W 71-53 F26 *Northeastern.................. W 89-71 F29 at *William & Mary.......... W 79-53 M9 vs. #Old Dominion........... W 74-54 M10 vs. #UNCW..................... W 66-39 M11 vs. #Drexel...................... W 59-43 M18 at ^Arkansas Little Rock.... W 73-42 M20 vs. ^Kansas....................... L 64-70 * CAA Games (1st place) % Maryland Terrapin Classic (College Park, Md.) # CAA Tournament (Upper Marlboro, Md.) ^ NCAA Tournament (Little Rock, Ark.)

2012-13 32-4 (18-0 CAA) CAA Champions NCAA Sweet 16 Head Coach: Tina Martin Captains: Chelsea Craig, Elena Delle Donne N9 !Sam Houston State.......... W 63-31 N11 !Georgetown..................... L 56-62 N18 !at Duquesne..................... L 47-51 N20 Providence....................... W 64-46 N28 St. Bonaventure................ W 68-58 D5 at Rhode Island................ W 57-40 D9 Princeton......................... W 59-58 D20 #9 Maryland..................... L 53-69 D23 at Monmouth................... W 82-53 D29 vs. $Villanova.................. W 59-45 D30 vs. $Duquesne................. W 60-45 J2 at St. John’s..............W 60-59 (OT) J10 *George Mason............... W 62-27 J13 at *Old Dominion............. W 63-46 J15 at *Northeastern.............. W 76-51 J20 *Towson........................... W 76-44 J24 *UNCW.......................... W 67-37 J27 at *Drexel........................ W 65-56 J29 *Northeastern.................. W 77-50 J31 at *Georgia State............. W 70-38 F3 *Hofstra........................... W 79-63 F7 at *Towson....................... W 77-55 F10 at *James Madison........... W 71-64 F14 *Old Dominion................ W 86-62 F17 at *William & Mary.......... W 66-44 F19 at *George Mason........... W 69-55 F24 *James Madison............... W 61-60 F 28 at *Hofstra....................... W 79-50 M3 *Drexel............................ W 62-57 M6 *Georgia State................. W 86-58 M15 vs. #UNCW..................... W 51-43 M16 vs. #Hofstra..................... W 75-54 M17 vs. #Drexel...................... W 59-56 M24 ^West Virginia................. W 66-53 M26 ^ #13 North Carolina...... W 78-69 M30 & #7 Kentucky................... L 62-69 * CAA Games (1st Place) ! Preseason WNIT $ Dartmouth Blue Sky Classic (Hanover, N.H.) # CAA Tournament (Upper Marlboro, Md.) ^ NCAA Tournament (Newark, Del.) & NCAA Tournament (Bridgeport, Conn.)

The Blue Hens made a historic run in 2012-13, winning their second straight CAA title while going 18-0 in conference play. They also won two games in the NCAA Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16.

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ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Opponent Alabama Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) Alcorn State American Arkansas Arkansas Little Rock Auburn Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Brown Bucknell Buffalo UC Santa Barbara Cal - Irvine Camden CC Canisius Catholic Catonsville Centenary Central Connecticut State Cheyney State Colgate College of Charleston Colorado Colorado State Columbia Coppin State Creighton Dartmouth Delaware State Drexel Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Stroudsburg Elizabethtown Federal City Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Florida A&M Fordham Franklin & Marshall George Mason George Washington Georgetown Georgia State Glassboro State Gloucester CC

W L 1stMtg. 1 0 2004 1 1 1994 1 0 2010 11 5 1978 0 1 2007 1 0 2012 0 1 1985 0 2 2006 19 8 1990 1 2 2005 0 1 1998 2 0 1998 20 2 1981 1 1 2008 0 1 1996 0 1 1996 2 0 1971 2 0 1998 1 0 1980 2 0 1971 1 0 2001 2 0 1991 2 4 1974 1 0 1982 First Meeting 0 1 1985 0 1 2009 1 1 2008 0 1 2001 0 1 1993 1 3 1982 9 0 1992 47 23 1980 0 1 1995 1 1 2012 1 0 2011 4 1 1975 3 0 1973 0 1 1972 1 1 1985 1 0 1992 0 1 1986 2 1 1988 1 0 1973 21 12 1987 1 2 1984 3 2 1986 9 2 2005 11 2 1971 1 0 1972

Goucher Hartford Harvard Hofstra Houston Howard Immaculata Iona Iowa State James Madison Kansas Kean Kent State Kentucky Kutztown Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Liberty Lock Haven Long Beach State Louisville Loyola Marymount Loyola (Md.) Maine Manhattan Marist Maryland Massachusetts Michigan State Millersville Mississippi Monmouth Montclair State Morgan State Mount St. Mary’s Murray State Navy New Hampshire New Mexico State Niagara North Carolina State Northeastern Notre Dame Old Dominion Pennsylvania Penn State Pittsburgh Princeton Providence Quinnipiac

1 0 1972 16 7 1991 0 1 1994 50 10 1980 1 0 2009 First Meeting 6 8 1972 1 0 1983 0 1 1988 13 12 1988 0 1 2012 3 3 1977 1 0 1989 1 1 2006 3 0 1981 15 11 1980 10 16 1978 17 10 1980 1 0 2001 5 3 1973 1 0 2000 0 1 2007 1 0 2008 12 1 1980 6 17 1991 1 2 1987 2 0 2001 0 11 2001 5 0 1990 0 1 2007 4 1 1971 0 1 1999 6 1 1972 2 0 1983 11 9 1973 2 6 1980 0 1 2007 7 4 1979 10 12 1984 0 1 1985 1 1 1990 0 1 2001 30 20 1983 1 0 1980 6 17 2002 10 6 1980 2 6 1975 0 4 1978 16 7 1983 2 2 1984 0 2 2007

Rhode Island Richmond Rider Robert Morris Rutgers Saint Francis (Pa.) Saint Joseph’s Saint Peter’s Salisbury [State] Sam Houston State San Francisco Seton Hall Siena SIU Edwardsville Slippery Rock South Florida St. Bonaventure St. John’s Stony Brook Syracuse Temple Texas Christian [TCU] Towson Trenton State UCF UMBC UMES UNC UNC Greensboro UNCW UNLV Ursinus Vanderbilt VCU Vermont Villanova Virginia Tech Wagner Wake Forest Weber State West Chester West Virginia William & Mary William Paterson Yale Youngstown State

3 1 1985 2 4 1984 14 5 1980 0 1 1986 1 1 1976 4 0 1999 1 11 1978 1 4 1981 5 2 1971 1 0 2012 1 0 2006 0 1 1988 0 1 1994 First Meeting 0 1 1974 1 1 1994 2 0 2001 3 1 2003 3 0 2003 0 1 1984 10 10 1971 0 2 1989 46 20 1974 7 2 1972 First Meeting 7 3 1986 1 1 2007 1 0 2013 1 1 2001 18 7 2002 0 1 1998 5 2 1972 0 1 2010 13 7 2002 7 19 1982 5 3 1988 0 2 1980 0 1 1990 1 1 1989 0 1 2004 15 9 1971 1 0 2013 17 4 1980 3 4 1973 2 0 2010 0 1 1984

All-Time Record (42 years)

677 435

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS AAA Acker, Sarah..........................C............Nanticoke, Pa....................................2011, ‘12 Acton, Lynne........................................................................................................1975 Albrittain, Karen....................G............Arlington, Va.....................................1989, ‘90 BBB Bailey, Jocelyn.......................G............Kensington, Md.................. 2009, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 Baker, Renee.........................F............Wilmington, Del.............................1999, 2000 Bell, Alecia...........................G/F..........Newport News, Va....................................2013 Benison, Corinthia.................G............New York, N.Y............................2007, ‘08, ‘09 Bieber, Sue..........................G/F..........King of Prussia, Pa............. 1988, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Blackstone, Amanda ......... G........... Schenectady, N.Y............2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Bonynge, Lisa...........................................................................................1978 Boyer, Jayne..........................F............Lancaster, Pa..............................2001, ‘02, ‘03 Boyle, Sue.............................G............Somerville, N.J.........................................1979 Buchanan, Kelsey .................C............South Riding, Va.........................2011, ‘12, ‘13 Buckalew, Kathy...........................................................................................1974, ‘75 CCC Cano, Lisa..............................G............Wallingford, Pa.................. 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Capodanno, Mary Beth........................................................................................1975 Carra, Lauren........................G............Dunmore, Pa...................... 2010, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Cashell, Cassandra...............................................................................................1985 Clark, Jade............................F............Ashburn, Va.............................................2013 Clifton, Rhonda......................C............New Castle, Del........................................1991 Cole, Christine........................F............Reston, Va.......................... 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Conlin, Karen.........................G............Wilmington, Del................. 1975, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Corcoran, Kathy.....................G............Chalfont, Pa.......................................1998, 99 Cordes, Linda ........................G............Newton, N.J......................................1978, ‘79 Cosgrove, Annette.................F............Potomac, Md.....................................1980, ‘81 Coyne, Marianne ..................F............Doylestown, Pa.................................1994, ‘95 Craig, Chelsea........................F............Rockville, Md.............................2011, ‘12, ‘13 Cubit, Phyllis..........................G............Reading, Pa.............................................1983 Cunningham, Linda...............................................................................1972, ‘73, ‘74 Cushing, Laurie....................................................................................................1972 Cyborski, Linda......................G............Trenton, N.J....................... 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Czorniewy, Melissa.................G............Bergenfield, N.J.........................2005, ‘06, ‘07 DDD Davis, Lindsay.......................G............River Edge, N.J................... 1999, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Déal, Nina.............................G............Corcelles en Beaujolais, France.................2012 DeHaven, Kyle .....................G............Herndon, Va......................................2007, ‘08 Delle Donne, Elena .............G/F..........Wilmington, Del................. 2010, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Dellegrotti, Megan.................G............Berwick, Pa........................ 1999, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02 Deng, Arek............................C............London, England.........................2004, ‘05, 06 DiStefano, Pamela.................F............Wilmington, Del.......................................1979 Dobson, Sue........................................................................................................1975 Donohue, Maureen................F............Ridgwood, N.J...................................1979, ‘80 EEE Eaves, Debbie........................F............Penn Yan, N.Y..................... 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Eckrich, Jeanie............................................................................... 1974, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Egeli, Suzi..............................G............Elba, N.Y............................ 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 FFF Fedele, Victoria......................C............Hockessin, Del...................................1981, ‘82 Felton, Meg...........................G............Rydal, Pa...................................1978, ‘80, ‘81 Ferguson, Farrah...................C............Ambler, Pa......................... 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Fisher, Chrissy........................F............Rumson, N.J......................................2006, ‘07 GGG Gaffney, Sacha......................G............Coatesville, Pa..........................................1991 Gandenberger, Christa.........................................................................................1975 Gause, Sarah.........................F............Wilmington, De..........................1984, ‘85, ‘86 Gibson, Jasmine....................C............New Castle, Del.................................2009, ‘10 Giedzinski, Sara.....................G............West Chester, Pa.........................1991, ‘92, ‘93 Gineitis, Kristina.....................F............Springfield, Pa.........................................2007 Ginsburg, Laurie....................G............Rockville, Md....................................1981, ‘82 Gittings, Cheryl......................F............Aberdeen, Md..................... 1978, ‘79,‘81, ‘82 Goheen, Carrie....................F/C..........Wexford, Pa.............................................1997 Gordon, Jackie......................G............Lower Gwynedd, Pa.................................2003 Grandell, Julie ....................................................................................................1975 Green, Courtni.......................G............Winchester, Va..........................................2013 Griffin, Julie........................................................................................................1982 Griffith, Grace.......................F............Media, Pa.................................................1978

HHH Hamm, Jill.............................G............Evanston, Ill...............................1983, ‘84, ‘85 Harris, Tesia...........................G............Dix Hills, N.Y..............................2008, ‘09, ‘10 Harrison, Sha’Ron.................F............Patterson, N.J..........................................2007 Hartsky, Carolyn....................G............Wilmington, Del................. 1984, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Hayes, Liz..............................G............Easton, Pa............................................’04, ‘05 Herchenroder, Ann.................F............East Brunswick, N.J....................1983, ‘84, ‘85 Holt, Jennifer.........................G............Mechanicsburg, Pa...................................1995 Horney, Karen.......................................................................................1974, ‘75, ‘76 Howard, Lori........................F/C..........Basking Ridge, N.J............. 1978, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Howell, Tracey ......................F............Newark, Del........................ 2001, ‘02, ‘03, 04 Howett, Sharon....................F/C..........New Holland, Pa................ 1975, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Hudson, Sandra.....................F............Newark, Del......................................1979, ‘80 Hughes, Holly .....................G/F..........Berkeley Heights, N.J...............................1997 III Igo, Ann Marie......................................................................................1972, ‘73, ‘74 Irving, Courtney ...................F............Hockessin, Del.................... 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 JJJ Jenkins, Ariene......................F............Woodbridge, Va..........................2008, ‘09, ‘10 Johnson, Cindy......................G............Far Rockaway, N.Y..........1998, ‘99, 2000, ‘01 Johnson, Karen.....................G............Newark, Del......................................1979, ‘80 Jones, Susan..........................G............Slatington, Pa.............................1980, ‘81, ‘82 Joslin, Jill.............................G/F..........Mount Laurel, N.J.............. 1984, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Joy, Daphne..........................F............Morris, N.Y......................... 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 KKK Kabongo, Vanessa.................G............ Toronto, Ontario................ 2008, ‘09, ‘11, ‘12 Katsorhis, Valerie...................G............Jamaica, N.Y..................................1999, 2002 Kilfoyle, Megan...................F/C..........North York, Ontario..................................1996 Kline, Katie............................F............Pennsville, N.J..........................................2005 Koch, Barbara.......................F............Tamaqua, Pa............................................1980 Konton, Jill ...........................C............Eighty-Four, Pa.........................................1993 Koren, Christine ....................G............Drums, Pa................................................2000 Koshansky, Alena .................G............Fairfax, Va......................... 2004, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 LLL Lagarenne, Nancy.................G............Bernardsville, N.J..............................1983, ‘84 Larkin, Molly.........................F............Glenshaw, Pa..................... 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 LaVecchia, Michele.................F............Far Hills, N.J.............................................1982 Leiato, Jade...........................G............Braintree, Mass........................................2002 Lenart, Cynthia ...................G/F..........Laurel, Md........................................1989, ‘90 Leon, Stephanie.....................C............Northport, N.Y...................................2012, ‘13 Leyfert, Danielle....................F............Vienna, Va.......................1998, ‘99, 2000, ‘01 Linton, Mary.................................................................................................1977, ‘79 Lipinski, Jennifer...................G............Bloomfield, N.J.................. 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Lissy, Cheryl ..........................G............Frederica, Del...........................................1980 Livingston, Geneva ...............G............Red Bank, N.J...................................2005, ‘06 Lucas, Trumae.......................G............Greensboro, N.C................................2012, ‘13 MMM Malcom, Tiara........................F............Wilmington, Del................. 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Malloy, Kathleen....................F............Sterling, Va........................ 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Malone, Kathleen..................F............Rockville, Md....................................1987, ‘88 Maloney, Brianna..................F............Wilmington, Del.......................................2001 Malouf, Linda .......................G............Milltown, N.J..............................1987, ‘88, ‘89 Mannion, Kathleen................G............Audubon, N.J....................................1982, ‘83 May, Jaquetta........................G............Wilmington, Del................. 2010, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 McCarthy, Bridget..................G............Ardmore, Pa...................... 1988, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91 McDowell, Meg .....................F............Wilmington, Del................. 1983, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 McFadgion, Keisha ................G............North Babylon, N.Y....................1996, ‘97, ‘98 McLean, Meghan...................G............Pittsburgh, Pa.................... 2009, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12 McNamara, Colleen.............F/C..........Clarksburg, N.J.................. 1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Mendala, Carolyn ...............F/C..........Hockessin, Del..........................................1978 Mathvin, Linda....................................................................................................1977 Miles, Heather.......................F............River Dale, N.J................... 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Miller, Kayla..........................G............Wilmington, Del.........................2010, ‘12, ‘13 Mills, Kristin...........................G............Bear, Del....................................2001, ‘02, ‘03 Mills, Miketa..........................G............Pokomoke City, Md..................................1998 Moorer, Marian......................F............Bronx, N.Y..................................1985, ‘86, ‘87 Mueller, Margaretann............F............Baltimore, Md..........................................1985 Mulligan, Karen.....................G............Ronkonkoma, N.Y.............................1999, ‘00 Mundy, Jamie........................G............Proctorville, Ohio..............................2007, ‘08 NNN Neall, Courtney....................F/C..........Ocean City, N.J................... 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97

PPP Parker, Danielle ....................F............Phoenix, Md....................... 2010, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Percy, Anette.........................F............Malmo, Sweden.......................................1995 Petrie, Paula.................................................................................................1976, ‘77 Phipps, Cynthia .....................G............New Brunswick, N.J............ 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Pietuszka, Diane .................................................................................................1973 Piggott, Shanda.....................F............Williamsburg, Va................ 1995, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Polyanski, Paula....................C............Temple Hills, Md.........................1984, ‘85, ‘86 Porac, Jackie.........................F............Emsworth, Pa.............................1996, ‘97, ‘98 Price, Lutricia.........................G............Reading, N.J...................... 1980, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Pritchard, Jennifer.................C............Fort Washington, Md..................1989, ‘90, ‘91 RRR Rafter, Colleen ....................F/C..........Elberon, N.J.............................................1979 Rible, Christina .....................F............Little Silver, N.J...............1999, 2000, ‘01, ‘02 Richards, Akeema .................G............Baltimore, Md...................................2012, ‘13 Richards, Kelly ......................G............Shillington, Pa..........................................1987 Riddick, Eva ..........................F............Rochester, N.Y.................... 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ���11 Riley, Jennifer .......................F............Califon, N.J................................1990, ‘91, ‘92 Roberts, Sydney ...................G............Hoptacong, N.J.................. 1986, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Robinson, Tracey ................G/F..........Rochester, N.Y.................... 1986, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Rubino, Terry ...............................................................................................1972, ‘73 Ruck, Cameron .....................G............Northport, N.Y.................... 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Rutowski, Annie.....................G............Basking Ridge, N.J...................................1984 SSS Sailer, Julie..........................G/F..........Washington Crossing, Pa.... 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Santee, Beverly ....................G............Northampton, Pa............... 1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Seifert, Christine....................F............Myerstown, Pa...........................1997, ‘98, ‘99 Senkowski, Mimi ................................................................................................1975 Shackelford, Marisa...............F............Hilton, N.Y.......................... 1991, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Shazier, Venica .....................G............Newport News, Va.............................1995, ‘96 Smith, Tyresa ........................G............Dover, Del.......................... 2004, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Sorrick, Wendy......................................................................................1974, ‘75, ‘76 Sowter, Sue...................................................................................................1975, ‘76 Starkey (Perry), Joyce..................................................................................1972, ‘73 Stetina, Diane................................................................................ 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Stoffel, Robin ........................F............Millersville, Md................... 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Stout, Kristen.........................G............Williamsport, Pa.........................1996, ‘97, ‘98 Street, Suzanne.....................C............Butler, Pa............................... 1998, ‘99, 2000 Streetman, Jan......................F............Wilmington, Del.......................................1980 Swan, Toni.............................G............Wilmington, Del.......................................1997 TTT Thomas, Ethlynne..................G............Gaithersburg, Md............... 2006, ‘07, ‘08 ,’09 Timmins, Carrie.....................G............New Oxford, Pa................. 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Tingley, Kim...........................G............Coudersport, Pa................................2001, ‘02 Tobin, Karleena.....................G............Baltimore, Md.................... 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Tompkins, Cathy....................G............Chester, Pa......................... 1975, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Trapp, Allison ........................G............Philadelphia, Pa.........................2001, ‘02, ‘03 Trauger, Joan................................................................................. 1974, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 VVV Vanderslice, Stephanie...........F,............Ocean City, N.J.........................................1979 van Zanten, Merel ................C............Bloemendaal, Holland........ 1991, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 WWW Warren, Juliette.....................G............West Chester, Pa.......................................2003 Werner, Donna .....................G............Kutztown, Pa...................... 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Whitfield, Susan....................G............Hyattsville, Md................... 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Whitling, Tracy.......................C............Oil City, Pa.........................................1998, ‘99 Willig, Sue....................................................................................................1973, ‘74 Wilmer, Erin ..........................G............Crofton, Md..............................................1999 Wisler, Sharon........................C............Collegeville, Pa................... 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Wisniewski, Mary C..............................................................................................1975 Wisniewski, Mary F..............................................................................................1975 Wojciech, Denise....................G............Vienna, Va.......................... 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Wolfe, Karen.......................................................................................................1972 Wolfe, Lois...........................................................................................................1972 YYY Young, Tiffany.....................................Fairfax, Va.................................2002, ‘03, ‘04 ZZZ Zekonis, Donna ....................C............New Hope, Pa..........................................1982 Active Roster Players

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TEAM GAME RECORDS Most Points............................ 104 vs. Lock Haven, 1/24/81 (UD 104-43) Most Points, Half .......... 58 vs. Rutgers, 3/12/76 (1st Half of 97-56 win) Points, Both Teams ........... 197 vs. Temple, 1/27/81 (Delaware 101-96) Points Against ............107 vs. Penn State, 2/16/79 (Penn State 107-57) Least Points Scored.................... 32 vs. Temple, 1973-74 (Temple 47-32) ...............................................................33 at VCU, 3/2/08 (VCU 55-33) .........................................................33 at Drexel, 2/19/09 (Drexel 54-33 ........ 36 vs. Alcorn State at Hokie Classic (Va. Tech), 12/30/10 (Del. 76-36) .................................................36 vs. George Mason, 2002-2003 (47-36) ............................................................ 36 at TCU, 11/16/07 (TCU 66-36) Least Points Allowed..............9 vs. Catonsville in 1972 (Delaware 71-9) ......................................... 27, George Mason, 1/10/13 (Delaware 62-27) Fewest Points, Both Teams .....77 vs. Towson, 2008-09 (Towson 40-37) ............................................... 78 vs. Salisbury, 1971-72 (Salisbury 41-37) .................................................. 79 vs. Drexel, 2011-12 (Delaware 40-39) .......................................... 79 vs. Loyola (MD), 2003-04 (Delaware 54-25) ...................................................... 79 vs. VCU, 2/7/08 (Delaware 42-37) Largest Victory Margin..... 62 vs. Catonsville, 1971-72 (Delaware 71-9) .........................................61 vs. Lock Haven, 1/24/81 (Delaware 104-43) ......................................... 61 vs. Loyola (MD), 12/5/87 (Delaware 86-25) ..................................57 vs. Frank. & Marshall, 1972-73 (Delaware 68-11) Largest Margin of Defeat.... 62 vs. Creighton, 12/30/93 (Creighton 106-44) ...........................................58 vs. Maryland, 2/21/80 (Maryland 100-42) .........................................50 vs. Penn State, 2/16/79 (Penn State 107-57) .....................................................48 vs. Maine, 2/13/97 (Maine 102-54) ............................................48 at Maryland, 11/13/07 (Maryland 91-43) .......................................................... 45 vs. Duke, 12/2/95 (Duke 95-50) Margin of Victory (ECC Game)..........41 vs. Hofstra, 2/11/87 (88-47) Margin of Victory (America East) .32 vs. Boston U., 1/16/00 (79-47) Margin of Victory (CAA Game)...........38 vs. Towson, 2/7/02 (66-28) Margin of Defeat (ECC Game) ............26 vs. Lehigh, 1/28/87 (70-44) Margin of Defeat (America East).......... 42 vs. Maine, 2/9/96 (90-48) Margin of Defeat (CAA) ...........39 vs. Old Dominion, 1/27/08 (76-37) ......................................................27 vs. Old Dominion, 1/11/02 (82-55) .......................................................27 at Old Dominion, 2/10/02 (72-45) .......................................................27 at James Madison, 2/1/04 (84-57) Field Goals Made..........45 vs. Lock Haven, 1/24/81 (Delaware 104-43) .................................................45 vs. Rutgers, 3/12/76 (Delaware 97-56) Field Goal Pct., Half ....................... .690 at Yale, 11/20/10 (1st 20-29) ......................................................... .682 vs. Boston U., 2/8/01, (15-22) Field Goal Pct., Game................. .612 vs. Kentucky, 11/24/06 (30-49) .............................................................. .595 at Drexel, 2/24/06 (25-42) Free Throws Made.............40 vs. Hartford, 2/15/99, (Delaware 75-62) Free Throws Made, Both Teams.................... 55 vs. UNLV, 11/28/98 Free Throws Attempted......49 vs. Hartford, 2/15/99 (Delaware 75-62) Free Throws Attempted, Both Teams.......... 72 vs. Hartford, 2/15/99 Free Throw Percentage................................ .964 at Hofstra, 1/23/05 Free Throw Pct., Both Teams.............950 vs. Hofstra, 1/4/07, (19-20) 3-PT Field Goals Made............... 12 vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 (23 att.) ..............................................................11 vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 (18 att.) ................................................ 11 vs. UNC Wilmington, 2/15/07 (19 att.) .......................................................... 11 vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 (16 att.)

3-PT Field Goals, Both Teams..20 vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 (41 att.) .......................................................17 vs. Northeastern, 1/29/13 (38 att.) ................................................................ 17 vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 (57 att.) ..............................................................17 vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 (34 att.) ................................................................ 16 vs. Navy, 12/11/09 (44 att.) ............................................................... 16 vs. UNCW, 2/15/07 (33 att.) .......................................................... 16 vs. Mississippi, 12/3/99 (39 att.) ............................................................ 16 vs. La Salle, 12/18/01 (35 att.) 3-PT Field Goals Attempted...................... 34 vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 ............................................................................. 27 vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 .................................................................... 23 vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 .................................................................. 22 vs. Georgetown, 11/11/12 ................................................................22 vs. Massachusetts, 12/30/09 ................................................................... 21 vs. Pennsylvania, 1/29/02 3-PT Field Goals Att, Both Teams................... 57 vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 .......................................................................... 48 vs. UMass, 12/30/09 ............................................................................. 45 vs. Drexel, 1/31/10 ............................................................................. 45 vs. UMBC, 12/5/09 .......................................................................44 vs. Villanova, 12/29/12 .............................................................................44 vs. Navy, 12/11/09 .......................................................................44 vs. Alabama, 12/29/04 ............................................................................. 43 vs. Drexel, 3/12/10 ................................................................ 43 vs. George Mason, 3/04/04 3-PT FG Pct., Both Teams...... .800 (3/4) vs. Louisville (5/6), 11/23/07 Rebounds (most, one game) ............................ 63 vs. Rider, 1/27/90 Rebounds (fewest, one game) ............19 vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/03 Steals....................................................... 24 at San Francisco, 11/25/06 Assists (most)................................................ 28 vs. Kent State, 1989-90 Assists (fewest) ............................................ 1 at Dartmouth, 12/30/07 Blocked Shots......................................................12 vs. Lehigh, 1/5/94 Turnovers (most)............................ 37 vs. UC-Santa Barbara, 11/29/96 Turnovers (fewest)......................................................... Since 1985-86 ................................................................................ 5 at Drexel, 12/3/06 ..........................................................................6 at Villanova, 11/22/11 ..............................................................................7 vs. Hofstra, 3/16/13 ................................................................................. 7 at UALR, 3/18/12 ...................................................................7 vs. William & Mary, 2/4/10 ........................................................................... 7 vs. Lafayette, 2/12/86 Top Scoring Performances 104 ................................................ vs. Lock Haven, 1/24/81 (UD 104-43) 101................................................vs. Temple, 1980-81, (UD 101-96 - OT) 100........................................... vs. Glassboro State, 1975-76 (UD 100-72) 97............................................................vs. Rutgers, 1975-76 (UD 97-56) 97..................................................... vs. Immaculata, 1984-85 (UD 97-56) Top Opponent Scoring Performances 107........................................vs. Penn State, 2/16/79 (Penn State 107-57) 106.......................................... vs. Creighton, 1993-94 (Creighton 106-44) 102.................................................... vs. Maine, 1996-97 (Maine 102-54) 100......................................... vs. Maryland, 1979-80 (Maryland, 100-42) 98........................................................ vs. Maine, 1997-98 (Maine 98-73)

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS Games Played ..........................................................................36, 2012-13 .....................................................................................................34, 2010-11 .....................................................................................................33, 2011-12 .....................................................................................................33, 2009-10 .....................................................................................................32, 2006-07 .....................................................................................................31, 2004-05 .....................................................................................................31, 2000-01 .....................................................................................................31, 2002-03 .....................................................................................................31, 2007-08 Winning Percentage.................................................. .939 - 2011-12 (31-2) ..................................................................................... .889 – 2012-13 (32-4) ..................................................................................... .846 - 1983-84 (22-4) Wins...................................................................................32, 2012-13 (32-4) ...........................................................................................31, 2011-12 (31-2) ...........................................................................................26, 2006-07 (26-6) ...........................................................................................26, 2000-01 (26-5) ...........................................................................................25, 2004-05 (25-6) ...........................................................................................23, 1988-89 (23-6) ...........................................................................................23, 2001-02 (23-7) Wins, Conference Regular Season.................... 18 (18-0), 2012-13 (CAA) ................................................................................ 18 (18-0), 2011-12 (CAA) .................................................................... 17 (17-1), 2000-01 (America East) ................................................................................ 16 (16-2), 2006-07 (CAA) ................................................................................ 16 (16-2), 2004-05 (CAA) Longest Winning Streak........................................ 27, 12/22/12-3/30/13 ............................................................................... 21, 1/5/2012-3/18/2012 ............................................................................. 17, 12/8/2000-2/22/2001 ............................................................................. 17, 12/5/2004-2/11/2005 Longest Winning Streak to Start Season..............................10, 2011-12 ........................................................................................5, 2010-11, 1992-93 Longest Home Winning Streak..........................22, 1/12/00 to 12/29/01 .................................................................................... 18, 2/24/11-11/9/12 ..................................................................................... 16, 2/26/06-11/9/08 ................................................................................... 15, 2/24/11-11/11/12 ..................................................................................... 12, 11/29/80-3/7/81 Longest East Coast Conf. Winning Streak..........10, 1983-84 (All Games) ........................................................................... 14, 1983-85 (Regular Season) Longest America East Winning Streak (incl. AE Tourn.).....16, 2000-01 Longest CAA Winning Streak .............. 37, March 2, 2011-Present (Overall) .....................................................................................................18, 2012-13 .....................................................................................................18, 2011-12 .....................................................................................................12, 2004-05 Most Home Wins............................................................15, (15-2), 2012-13 ..........................................................................................14, (14-0), 2011-12 ..........................................................................................14, (14-1), 2006-07 ..........................................................................................14, (14-2), 1987-88 ..........................................................................................14, (14-2), 1991-92 Fewest Wins.......................................................................6, 1978-79 (6-11) .............................................................................................6, 1997-98 (6-21) Consecutive Winning Seasons..............................................9, 1998-2007 .......................................................................................................6, 1987-93 Most Consecutive Non Losing-Seasons...............................9, 1998-2007 Biggest Improvement, Season..........14, (7-13) 1979-80 to (21-7) 1980-81 .............................................................10, (6-21) 1997-98 to (16-11) 1998-99 ...............................................................8, (7-24) 2007-08 to (15-15) 2008-09 Lowest Winning Percentage..................................... .222 (6-21), 1997-98 .........................................................................................226 (7-24), 2007-08 Losses................................................................................24, 2007-08 (7-24) .......................................................................................... 21, 1997-98 (6-21) ...........................................................................................19, 1996-97 (9-19) Losses, Conference Regular Season.............15, (3-15), 1997-98 (AmEast) ............................................................................... 12, (6-12), 2007-08 (CAA) ................................................................................ 10, (5-10), 1994-95 (ECC) Longest Losing Streak.......................................11, 11/13/07 to 12/30/07 ........................................................................................8, 3/7/81 to 1/5/82 ..................................................................................8, 2/17/95 to 11/28/95 ......................................................................................8, 1/8/98 to 1/29/98 Longest Losing Streak, Season...............................................11, 2007-08 .......................................................................................................8, 1997-98 Longest Losing Streak to Start Season...................................6, 1981-82 Longest Home Losing Streak.................................8, 1/25/79 to 1/15/80 Longest Road Losing Streak....................................................12, 1997-98

Longest East Coast Conf. Losing Streak...............4, 2/14/86 to 2/25/86 Longest America East Losing Streak........................................5, 1994-95 Longest CAA Losing Streak....................................6, 1/04/09 to 1/22/09 Most Home Losses.........................................................11, (4-11), 2007-08 ..............................................................................................9, (3-9), 1978-79 ..............................................................................................9, (4-9), 1996-97 Fewest Losses..............................................................................2, 2012-13 .......................................................................................................2, 2011-12 .......................................................................................................4, 1971-72 .......................................................................................................4, 1983-84 Consecutive Losing Seasons.................................... 5, 1993-94 to 1997-98 Highest Scoring Average......................................................74.1, 1977-78 Lowest Scoring Average.......................................................50.6, 2007-08 Highest Scoring Average Allowed......................................72.8, 1997-98 Lowest Scoring Average Allowed.......................................35.7, 2011-12 ..................................................................................................44.1, 1972-73 Most Points ........................................................2,411, 2012-13, 67.0/game .............................................................................2,363, 2011-12, 71.6/game .............................................................................2,226, 2000-01, 71.8/game Fewest Points .......................................................666, 1971-72, 55.5/game ..............................................................................1666, 2008-09, 55.5/game Most Points Yielded .........................................2,068, 1991-92, 71.3/game Most Players Scoring Double Figures, Game.........7 vs. Hofstra, 2/2/01 Rebounds............................................................1,479, 2012-13, 41.1/game .............................................................................1,404, 2011-12, 42.5/game .............................................................................1,362, 1980-81, 48.6/game Rebound Average........................................... 53.7, 1977-78, 967 rebounds Field Goals Made.................................................... 877 (of 1,952), 2011-12 ................................................................................... 874 (of 2,095), 2012-13 .................................................................................. .843 (of 1,903), 1985-86 Field Goals Attempted.........................................................2,095, 2012-13 ................................................................................................1,952, 2011-12 ................................................................................................1,951, 1980-81 Field Goal Percentage .................................... .453 (790 of 1743), 1988-89 Free Throws Made..................................................... 616 (of 796), 2001-02 ...................................................................................... 595 (of 814), 2000-01 ...................................................................................... 591 (of 805), 2004-05 Free Throws Attempted ........................................................814, 2000-01 ...................................................................................................805, 2004-05 ...................................................................................................769, 2010-11 ...................................................................................................769, 2001-02 Free Throw Percentage....................................... .805 (487-605) - 2011-12 ................................................................................ .774 (616-796) - 2001-02 3 PT Field Goals.......................................................................155, 2009-10 ...................................................................................................145, 2012-13 ...................................................................................................122, 2011-12 ...................................................................................................116, 2006-07 .....................................................................................................96, 2010-11 .....................................................................................................96, 2005-06 3 PT Field Goals Attempted...................................................446, 2009-10 ...................................................................................................427, 2012-13 ...................................................................................................367, 2011-12 ...................................................................................................351, 2006-07 3 PT Field Goal Percentage................................... .365 (89-244), 1991-92 Assists.......................................................................................487, 1990-91 Steals.........................................................................................424, 2006-07 ...................................................................................................359, 2007-08 Blocked Shots..........................................................................157, 2010-11 Turnovers (Most)......................................................................631, 1991-92 Turnovers (Fewest/Since 1980-81)....................... 428 (11.9 pg), 2012-13 Best Start to Season..............................................................10-0, 2011-12 .....................................................................................5-0, 2010-11, 1992-93 Best 10-Game Start ..............................................................10-0, 2011-12 ....................................................................................................9-1, 2006-07 ....................................................................................................9-1, 1977-78 ....................................................................................................9-1, 1983-84 ....................................................................................................9-1, 2003-04 ....................................................................................................9-1, 2005-06

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS POINTS Game:......................... 54, Elena Delle Donne at James Madison, 2/18/10 ................................................ 42, Elena Delle Donne at Hofstra, 2/16/12 ............................................... 41, Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/26/12 ...................................................41, Elena Delle Donne at Yale, 11/20/10 .......................................40, Elena Delle Donne at George Mason, 1/8/12 ........................................ 40, Elena Delle Donne vs. Penn State, 11/17/11 ........................................................ 39, Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 Game (Freshman):.. 54, Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 ........................................... 34, Danielle Leyfert vs. Northeastern, 2/19/98 First Career Game:......... 21, Anette Percy vs. Delaware State, 11/26/94 Season: ............................................... 927, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 .............................................................. 781, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 .............................................................. 774, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 .......................................................................632, Tyresa Smith, 2006-07 .............................................................. 557, Elena Delle Donne, 2010-11 ....................................................................520, Cindy Johnson, 2000-01 Season (Freshman):........................... 774, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ...................................................................358, Danielle Leyfert, 1997-98 Career:.............................................. 3,039, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 .............................................................1,675, Cindy Johnson, 1997-2001 Most Consecutive Games Scoring Double Figures: ................................................................ 80, Elena Delle Donne, 2010-13 .........................................................................67, Lori Howard, 1978-81 Most Career Games Scoring In Double Figures: .............................................................. 113, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 .......................................................................88, Tiara Malcom, 2001-05 .........................................................................87, Tyresa Smith, 2006-07 ..................................................................87, Cindy Johnson, 1997-2001 Most Consecutive 20 pt. Games:...... 19, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ................................................................ 14, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 ........................................................8, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 (twice) .................................................................. 8, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ...........................................................................8, Lori Howard, 1979-80 Most Consecutive 30 pt. Games:........ 3, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 .................................................................. 3, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ........................................................2, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 (twice) .................................................................. 2, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 .......................................................................2, Shanda Piggott, 1996-97 Most Career 30 pt. Games:................ 37, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ...........................................................................5, Lori Howard, 1977-81 Most Career 40 pt. Games:.................. 6, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 Most Career 50 pt. Games:.................. 1, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13

SCORING AVERAGE Season:............................................... 28.1, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ............................................................. 26.0, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 ............................................................. 26.7, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ............................................................. 25.3, Elena Delle Donne, 2010-11 ......................................................................21.8, Lori Howard, 1979-80 Season (Freshman):.......................... 26.7, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ........................................................15.0, Stephanie Vanderslice, 1978-79 Career:................................................ 26.7, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ......................................................................17.7, Lori Howard, 1977-81

Danielle Leyfert scored 34 points as a freshman against Northeastern on Feb. 19, 1998.

Allison Trapp holds the school record for making 12 consecutive field goals at Hofstra on Jan. 5, 2003.

FIELD GOALS MADE Game:........................ 18, Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 ................................................. 16, Elena Delle Donne vs. Towson, 1/5/11 ........................................................ 16, Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 Season:................................325, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12, 32 games ..............................................271, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13, 30 games ..............................................257, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10, 29 games ...................................................... 230, Tyresa Smith, 2006-07, 32 games Career:............................1,030, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13, 114 games ............................................. 647, Cindy Johnson, 1997-2001, 113 games Consecutive:................................................... 12, Allison Trapp, 1/5/03 ...........................................................11, Karen Mulligan, 1/11-1/14/99 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game:............................................. 33, Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 ............................................... 29, Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/26/12 .............................................. 29, Elena Delle Donne vs. UMBC, 11/12/10 ................................... 28, Elena Delle Donne vs. North Carolina, 3/26/13 ................................... 28, Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 ..................................................28, Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/80 ..................................................27, Elena Delle Donne vs. UALR, 3/18/12 ................................................ 27, Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/31/10 ...........................................................27, Lori Howard vs. Kean, 1/11/80 ...................................... 26, Elena Delle Donne at Old Dominion, 1/13/13 .......................................26, Elena Delle Donne at George Mason, 1/8/12 .................................. 26, Elena Delle Donne at St. Bonaventure, 11/26/11 .............................................. 26, Lori Howard vs. Morgan State, 12/1/79 .................................... 25, Elena Delle Donne, vs. Old Dominion, 3/11/11 ..................................................25, Elena Delle Donne, at Yale, 11/20/10 ................................................ 25, Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 3/12/10 ............................................ 25, Tyresa Smith vs. Michigan State, 3/18/07 ......................................................25, Cindy Johnson vs. Maine, 1/25/01 ..........................................25, Lori Howard vs. East Stroudsburg, 2/13/80

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ......................................24, Elena Delle Donne vs. West Virginia, 3/24/13 ............................................24, Tyresa Smith vs. James Madison, 3/10/07 .......................................24, Elena Delle Donne vs. Northeastern, 2/26/12 ................................................ 24, Elena Delle Donne at Hofstra, 2/16/12 ............................................24, Elena Delle Donne Old Dominion, 2/9/12 ................................................ 24, Elena Delle Donne, at Toledo, 3/16/11 .................................. 24, Elena Delle Donne, at William & Mary, 2/13/11 .........................................24, Tyresa Smith vs. UNC Wilmington, 2/15/07 ................................................24, Debbie Eaves vs. Seton Hall, 11/26/88 ...................................................... 24, Molly Larkin vs. Towson, 12/11/91 ............................................. 23, Elena Delle Donne vs. Kentucky, 3/30/13 ............................................... 23, Elena Delle Donne at St. John’s, 1/2/13 ......................................... 23, Elena Delle Donne vs. Maryland, 12/20/12 ........................................ 23, Elena Delle Donne vs. Penn State, 11/17/11 .........................................23, Elena Delle Donne, at Penn State, 12/19/10 ................................................ 23, Elena Delle Donne, at Navy, 12/05/10 ............................................. 23, Elena Delle Donne vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 .................................. 23, Elena Delle Donne vs. William & Mary, 2/21/10 ..................................... 23, Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 3/13/10 ........................................................ 23, Tesia Harris vs. Maine, 12/07/08 .................................23, Vanessa Kabongo vs. UNC Wilmington, 1/22/09 Season: ...............................625, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12, 33 games ..............................................557, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13, 30 games ..............................................539, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10, 29 games ...................................................... 521, Tyresa Smith, 2006-07, 32 games Career:............................2,143, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13, 114 games .......................................... 1,526, Cindy Johnson, 1997-2001, 113 games FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Season:...................... .576 Courtney Irving 2006-07 (98-170), 32 games Season (Freshman): ...... .547, Colleen McNamara, 1991-92, (133-243) Career:.....................509, Courtney Irving, 2004-08 (226-444), 98 games FREE THROWS MADE Game: ........... 17 (for 19), Elena Delle Donne at William & Mary, 2/13/11 ..........................................17, (for 18), Marian Moorer vs. Rider, 2/28/87 .................................... 16, (for 17), Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 3/3/10 Season:.... 225, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12, 33 games (225-253, 88.9%) .................. 194, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10, 29 games (194-216, 89.8%) .................. 187, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13, 30 games (187-203, 82.1%) ...........................172, Tyresa Smith, 2006-07, 32 games (172-235, 73.2%) Career:...............................773, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13, 114 games .................................................. 535, Tiara Malcom, 2001-05, 121 games Consecutive:...........................52, Elena Delle Donne, 2/20/11-3/12/11 ...............................................41, Elena Delle Donne, 12/20/12-1/15/13 ...................................................39, Elena Delle Donne, 1/7/10-1/24/10 ....................................................31, Linda Cyborski, 11/25/90-1/23/91

Linda Cyborksi led the NCAA with a .937 free throw percentage in 1990-91, a previous NCAA all-time record.

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE (since 1986-87) Game: .....................................................7, Elena Delle Donne, 2/18/10 ......................................................................... 6, Tesia Harris, 12/22/09 ................................................................ 6, Megan Dellegrotti, 11/23/99 ................................................................... 6, Megan Dellegrotti 12/1/01 .................................................................... 6, Alena Koshansky 12/4/05 .................................................................... 6, Alena Koshansky 2/15/07 Season: ................................................. 66, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ................................................................ 52, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ................................................................ 52, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 ........................................................................51, Lauren Carra, 2011-12 .......................................................................... 51, Tesia Harris, 2008-09 .................................................................49, Megan Dellegrotti, 2000-01 ........................................................................48, Lauren Carra, 2010-11 .......................................................................... 46, Tesia Harris, 2009-10 .................................................................. 46, Alena Koshansky, 2005-06 Season (Freshman):............................. 66, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ............................................................................. 33, Liz Hayes, 2003-04 Career:................................................. 206, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ......................................................................171, Lauren Carra, 2009-13 ...........................................................154, Megan Dellegrotti, 1998-2002 Consecutive:. 7, Tesia Harris, vs. Buffalo (6)/UMass (1), 12/22-12/30/09 .............6, Bev Santee vs. St. Joseph’s (3)/George Mason (3), 11/28-30/95 ........................................ 6, Alena Koshansky at George Mason, 12/4/05 Consecutive Games with a 3-pointer:... 19, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 .............................................................15, Megan Dellegrotti, 1998-2000

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game:....................... 19, Elena Delle Donne, at William & Mary, 2/13/11 ........................................... 19, Shanda Piggott vs. Northeastern, 1/26/97 Season:................................253, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12, 33 games .................................................. 240, Shanda Piggott, 1996-97, 28 games Career: ..............................849, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13, 114 games .................................................... 711, Tyresa Smith, 2003-07, 122 games

3-PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game:................................ 16, Megan Dellegrotti vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 Season:........................................................160, Lauren Carra, 2011-12 .............................................................. 160, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ........................................................................ 156, Tesia Harris, 2008-09 Career:.........................................................529, Lauren Carra, 2009-13 .............................................................. 504, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ...........................................................459, Megan Dellegrotti, 1998-2002

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Season: ............................ .944 (167-177), Elena Delle Donne, 2010-11 .................................................... .937 (74-79), Linda Cyborski, 1990-91 (led NCAA Division I; former NCAA record) Season (Freshman):......... .898 (194-216), Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ....................................................... .869 (106-122), Julie Sailer, 2001-02 Career: .............................. .910 (773-849), Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ................................................................ .851, Linda Cyborski (1988-92)

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Season: (50 att.):................ .452 (52-115), Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 ........................................................ .432 (38-88), Chrissy Fisher, 2006-07 Career (75 att.):................ .409 (206-504), Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ..................................................... .387 (48-124), Chrissy Fisher, 2005-07 Game:............................... 1.000, Tesia Harris (6-6) vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 ......................... 1.000, Alena Koshansky (6-6) at George Mason, 12/4/05

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS STEALS AVERAGE Season:......................................4.6, Kyle DeHaven, 2007-08 (led nation) ..................................................................3.4, Denise Wojciech, 1994-95 ........................................................................3.2, Tyresa Smith, 2004-05 Career:........................................................ 3.8, Kyle DeHaven, 2006-08 BLOCKED SHOTS Game:........... 8, Colleen McNamara vs. Lehigh, 1/5/94 (all in second half) Season:.................................................. 86, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ..................................................................69, Elena Delle Donn, 2012-13 .....................................................66, Paula Polyanski 1985-86, 30 games Season (Freshman):............................. 60, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 .............................................................. 53, Colleen McNamara, 1991-92 Career:................................ 273, Elena Delle Done, 2009-13, 114 games ..........................................197, Colleen McNamara, 1991-95, 111 games BLOCKED SHOTS AVERAGE Season:................................................. 2.6, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ............................................................... 2.3, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 ............................................................. 2.3, Colleen McNamara, 1992-93 Career:.................................................. 2.4, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ................................................................... 1.9, Paula Polyanski, 1983-86 Sharon Howett collected a school-record 27 rebounds on Feb. 27, 1977 against Trenton.

REBOUNDS Game:.......................................... 27, Sharon Howett vs Trenton, 2/27/77 Game (Freshman):.... 19, Stephanie Vanderslice vs. Penn State, 2/16/79 Season:.................340, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12, 33 games, 10.3 rpg .................................... 324, Christina Rible, 2000-01, 31 games, 10.5 rpg Season (Freshman):......................... 271, Colleen McNamara, 1991-92 Career:................... 1,064, Danielle Parker, 2008-13, 144 games, 7.4 rpg ..........................1,063, Colleen McNamara, 1991-95, 111 games, 9.6 rpg REBOUND AVERAGE Season:....................................17.5, Sharon Howett, 1974-75, 17 games Season (Freshman):.....................11.9, Stephanie Vanderslice, 1978-79 Career:.....................................14.4, Sharon Howett, 1974-77, 70 games ASSISTS Game:............................................ 14, Sue Whitfield vs. Lehigh, 2/17/88 Game (Freshman):............... 9, Denise Wojciech vs. Boston U., 2/21/93 Season:.................... 163, Bridget McCarthy, 1990-91, 29 games, 5.6 rpg Season (Freshman):................................90, Denise Wojciech, 1992-93 Career:................... 401, Bridget McCarthy, 1987-91, 104 games, 3.8 rpg ASSISTS AVERAGE Season:...................................................5.6, Bridget McCarthy, 1990-91 Career:....................................................3.8, Bridget McCarthy, 1987-91

GAMES PLAYED Season: .........................................................36, Lauren Carra, 2012-13 ....................................................................... 36, Trumae Lucas, 2012-13 ....................................................................... 36, Jaquetta May, 2012-13 ..........................................................................36, Kayla Miller, 2012-13 ..................................................................... 36, Danielle Parker, 2012-13 ................................................................. 36, Akeema Richards, 2012-13 .................................................................. 35, Kelsey Buchanan, 2012-13 ........................................................................34, Lauren Carra, 2010-11 ..................................................................... 34, Danielle Parker, 2010-11 .................................................................34, Vanessa Kabongo, 2010-11 ................................................................ 33, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ........................................................................33, Lauren Carra, 2011-12 ..................................................................... 33, Danielle Parker, 2011-12 ....................................................................... 33, Trumae Lucas, 2011-12 .......................................................................33, Jocelyn Bailey, 2011-12 .......................................................................33, Jocelyn Bailey, 2010-11 .......................................................................... 33, Eva Riddick, 2009-10 .......................................................................33, Jocelyn Bailey, 2009-10 ..................................................................... 33, Danielle Parker, 2009-10 ..........................................................................32, Kayla Miller, 2011-12 ......................................................................... 32, Sarah Acker, 2010-11 ....................................................................... 32, Jaquetta May, 2010-11 .......................................................................... 32, Eva Riddick, 2010-11 .........................................................................32, Tyresa Smith, 2006-07

STEALS Game:............................ 9, Kyle DeHaven vs. Boston University, 12/10/06 ...............................................9, Kyle DeHaven vs. Northeastern, 1/20/08 ..................................................... 8, Denise Wojciech vs. Penn, 12/10/94 ................................................. 8, Denise Wojciech vs. Lafayette, 12/6/94 .................................................. 8, Bridget McCarthy vs. Hofstra, 2/26/90 ........................................................ 8, Allison Trapp vs. Marist, 12/22/01 ..........................................................8, Tyresa Smith vs. Hofstra, 1/15/04 ..................................................8, Tyresa Smith vs. Old Dominion, 1/9/05 ............................................ 8, Tyresa Smith vs. at George Mason, 2/3/05 Season:...... 133, Kyle DeHaven, 2007-08, 29 games, 4.6 avg. (led nation) ........................................100, Tyresa Smith, 2004-05, 31 games, 3.2 avg. ....................................... 99, Kyle DeHaven, 2006-07, 32 games, 3.1 avg. Season (Freshman): .....................................76, Tyresa Smith, 2003-04 Career:.........................342, Tyresa Smith, 2003-07, 122 games, 2.8 avg.

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Debbie Eaves started 115 consecutive games for the Blue Hens from 1986-90.

Donna Werner collected 22 points and 20 rebounds on Nov. 30, 1983 against Navy.

.................................................................. 32, Alena Koshansky, 2006-07 ....................................................................... 32, Chrissy Fisher, 2006-07 ...................................................................... 32, Kyle DeHaven, 2006-07 .................................................................... 32, Courtney Irving, 2006-07 Season (Freshman):.................................. 33, Danielle Parker, 2009-10 ........................................................................31, Lauren Carra, 2009-10 ...................................................................31, Farrah Ferguson, 2006-07 .................................................................31, Vanessa Kabongo, 2007-08 .................................................................... 30, Jennifer Lipinski, 1989-90 ............................................................................30, Julie Sailer, 2001-02 .......................................................................30, Tiara Malcom, 2001-02 ................................................................30, Melissa Czorniewy, 2004-05 Career:...................................................... 144, Danielle Parker, 2008-13 ......................................................................134, Lauren Carra, 2009-13 .................................................................128, Jocelyn Bailey, 2008-2012 .......................................................................122, Tyresa Smith, 2003-07 ................................................................ 122, Alena Koshansky, 2003-07 Consecutive Games Played:.................. 136, Danielle Parker, 2009-13 ......................................................................134, Lauren Carra, 2009-13 .......................................................................122, Tyresa Smith, 2003-07 ................................................................ 122, Alena Koshansky, 2003-07 ..................................................................... 115, Debbie Eaves, 1986-90 ...........................................................................114, Lisa Cano, 1984-88 ..................................................................... 114, Sue Whitfield, 1984-88 Consecutive Starts:................................... 115, Debbie Eaves, 1986-90 ............................................................ 111, Colleen McNamara, 1991-95

PERSONAL FOULS Career...........................................................308, Tyresa Smith, 2003-07 ......................................................................300, Lauren Carra, 2009-13 ................................................................... 282, Sharon Wisler, 1986-90. Season:.......................................................112, Christine Cole, 2000-01

MINUTES PLAYED Game:..................................... 50, Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 ................................................50, Keisha McFadgion vs. Drexel, 1/31/97 Season:.....................................................1,123, Lauren Carra, 2010-11 ........................................................... 1,115, Elena Delle Donne, 2011-12 ........................................................... 1,115, Elena Delle Donne, 2012-13 ..................................................................1,097, Tiara Malcom, 2004-05 ........................................................... 1,087, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ............................................................. 1,052, Alena Koshansky, 2005-06 Season (Freshman):........................ 1,087, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-10 ............................................................ 980, Colleen McNamara, 1991-92 Career:.............................................. 3,974, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 ........................................................................3,946, Lisa Cano, 1984-88 TURNOVERS Game:.........................................13, Corinthia Benison vs. VCU, 2/08/09 Season:..................................................156, Bridget McCarthy, 1989-90 Career:.......................................................410, Cindy Johnson, 1997-01

DISQUALIFICATIONS Career:...........................................................16, Sarah Gause, 1983-86 .....................................................................15, Shanda Piggott, 1994-98 Season:............................................................. 7, Anette Percy, 1994-95 .......................................................................7, Shanda Piggott, 1995-96 ....................................................................... 7, Suzanne Street, 1997-98 DOUBLE-DOUBLES Consecutive Double-Double Performances: ...........................................................................7, Lori Howard, 1979-80 ........................................................................7, Christina Rible, 2000-01 Most Career Double-Doubles: ........... 46, Elena Delle Donne, 2009-13 .............................................................. 45, Colleen McNamara, 1991-95 TRIPLE DOUBLES ........................................................................... None 20 POINT/20 REBOUND GAMES ...................... Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/80 (34 pts./22 rebounds) ...................... Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/81 (26 pts./21 rebounds) ..........................Donna Werner vs. Navy, 11/30/83 (22 pts./20 rebounds) .......................... Sharon Wisler vs. Bucknell, 3/5/89 (23 pts./20 rebounds) SINGLE SEASON FRESHMAN TOP 10 Points, Game: ......... 54, Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 ............................................. 39, Elena Delle Donne vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 .......................................... 35, Elena Delle Donne vs. Princeton, 11/21/09 ............................................... 35, Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/24/10 ..................................... 35, Elena Delle Donne vs. Georgia State, 2/14/10 ........................................... 34, Danielle Leyfert vs. Northeastern, 2/19/98 ................................................ 31, Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/31/10 ................................................ 30, Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 3/12/10 ..................................... 30, Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 3/13/10 ................................ 29, Elena Delle Donne vs. UNC Wilmington, 1/14/10 ......................................... 29, Danielle Leyfert vs. Delaware St., 11/25/97

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SEASON RECORDS 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Stephanie Vanderslice averaged 11.9 rebounds per game in 1978-79.

SCORING AVERAGE No. Name ................................... Years .......................... PPG 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10............................... 26.7 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12............................... 26.4 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13............................... 26.0 4. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11............................... 25.3 5. Lori Howard (F)............................. 1979-80............................... 21.8 6. Tyresa Smith (G)............................ 2006-07............................... 19.8 7. Sharon Howett (C)......................... 1975-76............................... 18.7 8. Annie Igo (G)................................ 1973-74............................... 18.6 9. Lori Howard.................................. 1980-81............................... 18.5 10. Lori Howard.................................. 1978-79............................... 18.2 11. Sharon Howett.............................. 1977-78............................... 17.6 12. Debbie Eaves................................ 1988-89............................... 17.3 Cindy Johnson............................... 1999-00............................... 17.3 Cindy Johnson............................... 2000-01............................... 17.3 15. Jennifer Riley................................. 1990-91............................... 16.8 Colleen McNamara....................... 1993-94............................... 16.8 POINTS No. Name ................................... Years ....................... Points 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12 ............................... 927 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................ 781 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10 ............................... 774 4. Tyresa Smith (G)............................ 2006-07 ............................... 632 5. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11 ............................... 557 6. Cindy Johnson (G)......................... 2000-01 ............................... 520 7. Lori Howard (F)............................. 1980-81 ............................... 517 8. Tiara Malcom................................ 2004-05 ............................... 509 9. Allison Trapp................................. 2002-03 ............................... 506 10. Debbie Eaves................................ 1988-89 ............................... 502 Cindy Johnson............................... 1999-00 ............................... 502 12. Jen Riley....................................... 1990-91 ............................... 486 12. Jen Riley....................................... 1991-92 ............................... 464 14. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2005-06 ............................... 458 15. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1993-94 ............................... 454 16. Colleen McNamara....................... 1994-95 ............................... 442 Sharon Wisler............................... 1989-90 ............................... 442 18. Meg McDowell.............................. 1984-85 ............................... 437 19. Lori Howard.................................. 1979-80 ............................... 435 REBOUND AVERAGE No. Name ................................... Years .......................... RPG 1. Sharon Howett (C)......................... 1974-75 .............................. 17.5 2. Sharon Howett.............................. 1975-76 .............................. 14.2 3. Sharon Howett.............................. 1977-78 .............................. 14.1 4. Stephanie Vanderslice.................... 1978-79 .............................. 11.9

Lori Howard (F)............................. 1979-80 .............................. 11.7 Sharon Howett.............................. 1976-77 .............................. 11.6 Lori Howard.................................. 1978-79 .............................. 11.6 Colleen McNamara....................... 1993-94 .............................. 11.2 Donna Werner.............................. 1981-82 .............................. 11.0 Donna Werner.............................. 1982-83 .............................. 10.5 Christina Rible............................... 2000-01 .............................. 10.5

REBOUNDS No. Name ................................... Years ................. Rebounds 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12 ............................... 340 2. Christina Rible (F).......................... 2000-01 ............................... 324 3. Danielle Parker.............................. 2012-13................................ 314 4. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1993-94 ............................... 303 5. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1996-97 ............................... 280 6. Debbie Eaves................................ 1989-90 ............................... 276 7. Colleen McNamara....................... 1991-92 ............................... 271 8. Danielle Parker.............................. 2010-11 ............................... 270 9. Sharon Wisler............................... 1987-88 ............................... 266 10. Jen Riley....................................... 1990-91 ............................... 263 11. Sharon Wisler............................... 1989-90 ............................... 257 12. Colleen McNamara....................... 1992-93 ............................... 254 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10 ............................... 254 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................ 254 15. Lori Howard.................................. 1979-80 ............................... 253 FIELD GOALS No. Name ................................... Years ............................ FG 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12 ............................... 325 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................ 271 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10 ............................... 257 4. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2006-08 ............................... 230 5. Debbie Eaves (F)............................ 1988-89 ............................... 214 6. Lori Howard.................................. 1980-81 ............................... 209 7. Jen Riley ...................................... 1990-91 ............................... 196 8. Cindy Johnson............................... 1999-00 ............................... 193 9. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1993-94 ............................... 189 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED No. Name ................................... Years .......................... FGA 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12 ............................... 625 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................ 557 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10 ............................... 539 4. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2006-07 ............................... 521 5. Lori Howard (F)............................. 1980-81 ............................... 469 6. Cindy Johnson............................... 2000-01 ............................... 439 7. Debbie Eaves................................ 1988-89 ............................... 435 8. Cindy Johnson............................... 1999-00 ............................... 431 9. Allison Trapp................................. 2002-03 ............................... 427 10. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11 ............................... 422 11. Lori Howard.................................. 1979-80 ............................... 420 12. Tesia Harris................................... 2008-09 ............................... 409 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) No. Name ................................... Years ......................... FG% 1. Courtney Irving (F)......................... 2006-07.............................. .576 2. Sarah Acker.................................. 2010-11.............................. .566 3. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1991-92.............................. .547 4. Kathie Molloy................................ 1983-84.............................. .527 5. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12.............................. .520 6. Donna Werner.............................. 1983-84.............................. .518 7. Danielle Parker.............................. 2011-12.............................. .513 8. Donna Werner.............................. 1980-81.............................. .512 9. Tiffany Young................................ 2004-05.............................. .511

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Courtney Irving holds the all-time single season field goal percentagewith her mark of .576 posted in 2006-07.

Tiara Malcom registered 509 points for the Hens in 2004-05.

FREE THROWS MADE No. Name ................................... Years ............................. FT 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12............................... 225 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10............................... 194 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................ 187 4. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2006-07............................... 172 5. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11............................... 167 6. Shanda Piggott (F)......................... 1996-97............................... 164 7. Megan Dellegrotti (G).................... 2001-02............................... 163 Tiara Malcom................................ 2004-05............................... 163 9. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2005-06............................... 146 10. Cindy Johnson............................... 2000-01............................... 136 11. Tiara Malcom................................ 2002-03............................... 133 12. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1998-99............................... 131 Tiffany Young................................ 2004-05............................... 131 14. Allison Trapp................................. 2002-03............................... 122 15. Corinthia Benison.......................... 2008-09............................... 119 16. Julie Sailer.................................... 2002-03............................... 115 17. Cindy Johnson............................... 1999-00............................... 114 18. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1995-96............................... 107 19. Julie Sailer..................................... 2001-02............................... 106 20. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-99............................... 105 21. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1997-98............................... 104 22. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1994-95............................... 102 Tyresa Smith.................................. 2004-05............................... 102 24. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2007-08............................... 100 25. Lori Howard.................................. 1980-81................................. 99 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED No. Name ................................... Years ........................... FTA 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12............................... 253 2. Shanda Piggott (F)......................... 1996-97............................... 240 3. Tyresa Smith (G) ........................... 2006-07............................... 235 4. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10............................... 216 5. Tyresa Smith (G)............................ 2005-06............................... 213 6. Tiara Malcom................................ 2004-05............................... 205 7. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................ 203 8. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2001-02............................... 194 9. Cindy Johnson............................... 2000-01............................... 181 Shanda Piggott.............................. 1995-96............................... 181 11. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11............................... 177 12. Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1998-99............................... 173

13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Julie Sailer shot 86.9 percent from the free throw line in 2001-02.

Danielle Leyfert.............................. 2000-01............................... Cindy Johnson............................... 1999-00............................... Tiara Malcom................................ 2002-03............................... Tiffany Young................................ 2004-05............................... Tyresa Smith.................................. 2004-05............................... Corinthia Benison.......................... 2008-09............................... Allison Trapp................................. 2002-03............................... Lori Howard.................................. 1980-81............................... Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1994-95............................... Julie Sailer.................................... 2002-03............................... Shanda Piggott.............................. 1997-98............................... Merel van Zanten.......................... 1993-94............................... Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-98............................... Robin Stoffel.................................. 1988-89...............................

166 165 162 162 161 157 156 152 141 138 137 136 135 134

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) No. Name ................................... Years .......................... FT% 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11.............................. .944 2. Linda Cyborski (G)......................... 1990-91.............................. .937 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13.............................. .921 4. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10.............................. .898 5. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12.............................. .889 6. Julie Sailer ................................... 2001-02.............................. .869 7. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2000-01.............................. .858 8. Jen Riley (F)................................... 1991-92.............................. .854 9. Tiara Malcom................................ 2002-03.............................. .847 10. Christina Rible............................... 2001-02.............................. .843 11. Courtney Irving............................. 2007-08.............................. .842 12. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-99.............................. .840 Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2001-02.............................. .840 14. Bev Santee.................................... 1993-94.............................. .838 15. Alena Koshansky........................... 2006-07.............................. .836 16. Courtney Irving............................. 2005-06.............................. .830 17. Julie Sailer..................................... 2002-03.............................. .829 18. Allison Trapp................................. 2001-02.............................. .828 18. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2007-08.............................. .826 20. Courtney Irving............................. 2006-07.............................. .818 Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1992-93.............................. .818

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SEASON RECORDS THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS No. Name ................................... Years ......................... 3 FG 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10................................. 66 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12................................. 52 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................. 52 4. Tesia Harris................................... 2008-09................................. 51 Lauren Carra................................. 2011-12................................. 51 6. Megan Dellegrotti (G).................... 2000-01................................. 49 7. Lauren Carra................................. 2010-11................................. 48 Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2001-02................................. 48 9. Alena Koshansky........................... 2005-06................................. 46 Linda Cyborski ............................. 1990-91................................. 46 Tesia Harris................................... 2009-10................................. 46 12. Jen Lipinski.................................... 1992-93................................. 43 Lauren Carra................................. 2012-13................................. 43 14. Alena Koshansky........................... 2004-05................................. 41

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED No. Name ................................... Years ....................... 3 FGA 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10............................... 160 Lauren Carra................................. 2011-12............................... 160 3. Tesia Harris................................... 2008-09............................... 156 4. Megan Dellegrotti (G).................... 2000-01............................... 152 5. Lauren Carra................................. 2010-11............................... 141 6. Tesia Harris................................... 2009-10............................... 130 7. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2001-02............................... 129 Lauren Carra................................. 2012-13............................... 118 9. Bev Santee.................................... 1994-95............................... 128 10. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12............................... 126 11. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2007-08............................... 119 12. Alena Koshansky........................... 2005-06............................... 115 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13............................... 115 14. Linda Cyborski ............................. 1990-91............................... 113 15. Alena Koshansky........................... 2004-05............................... 109 16. Keisha McFadgion......................... 1995-96............................... 108

STEALS No. Name ................................... Years ....................... Steals 1. Kyle DeHaven (G).......................... 2007-08 ............................... 133 2. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2004-05 ............................... 100 3. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-07 ................................. 99 4. Denise Wojciech............................ 1994-95................................. 91 5. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2005-06................................. 84 6. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2006-07................................. 82 7. Alena Koshansky........................... 2006-07................................. 81 8. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1983-84................................. 79 Lisa Cano...................................... 1987-88................................. 79 Allison Trapp................................. 2002-03................................. 79 11. Corinthia Benison.......................... 2008-09................................. 77

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 25 att.) No. Name ................................... Years .................... 3 FGA% 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13.............................. .452 2. Chrissy Fisher................................ 2006-07.............................. .432 3. Jen Lipinski (G).............................. 1992-93.............................. .426 4. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10.............................. .413 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12.............................. .413

Tesia Harris knocked down 51 three-pointers in 2008-09.

Linda Cyborski.............................. 1990-91.............................. Alena Koshansky........................... 2005-06.............................. Lindsay Davis (F)........................... 2000-01.............................. Alena Koshansky........................... 2004-05.............................. Linda Cyborski ............................. 1991-92.............................. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2001-02..............................

.407 .400 .377 .376 .375 .372

ASSISTS No. Name ................................... Years ...................... Assists 1. Bridget McCarthy (G)..................... 1990-91.............................. 163 2. Bridget McCarthy.......................... 1989-90............................... 160 3. Sue Whitfield................................ 1987-88............................... 141 4. Alena Koshansky........................... 2005-06............................... 140 5. Tracey Robinson............................ 1987-88............................... 121 6. Linda Malouf................................. 1988-89............................... 113 Christine Koren.............................. 1999-00............................... 113

BLOCKED SHOTS No. Name ................................... Years .......................Blocks 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12................................. 86 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2012-13................................. 69 3. Paula Polyanski (C)........................ 1985-86................................. 66 4. Colleen McNamara....................... 1993-94................................. 63 5. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10................................. 60 6. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2010-11................................. 58 7. Suzanne Street.............................. 1997-98................................. 56 8. Colleen McNamara....................... 1991-92................................. 53 9. Debbie Eaves (F)............................ 1989-90................................. 51 Paula Polyanski ............................ 1984-85................................. 51

Paula Polyanski blocked 66 shots in 1985-86 and 51 in 1984-85.

Chrissy Fisher shot 43.2 percent from behind the arc in 2006-07.

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Lauren Carra played 1,123 minutes for the Hens in 2010-11.

GAMES PLAYED No. Name ................................... Years ......................Games 1. Lauren Carra................................. 2012-13.................................. 36 Trumae Lucas................................. 2012-13.................................. 36 Jaquetta May................................ 2012-13.................................. 36 Kayla Miller.................................. 2012-13.................................. 36 Danielle Parker.............................. 2012-13.................................. 36 Akeema Richards........................... 2012-13.................................. 36 7. Kelsey Buchanan........................... 2012-13.................................. 35 8. Lauren Carra................................. 2010-11................................. 34 Vanessa Kabongo.......................... 2010-11................................. 34 Danielle Parker.............................. 2010-11................................. 34 11. Akeema Richards........................... 2011-12................................. 33 Trumae Lucas................................. 2011-12................................. 33 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12................................. 33 Danielle Parker.............................. 2011-12................................. 33 Lauren Carra................................. 2011-12................................. 33 Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2011-12................................. 33 Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2010-11................................. 33 Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2009-10................................. 33 Danielle Parker.............................. 2009-10................................. 33 Eva Riddick................................... 2009-10................................. 33 21. Sarah Acker.................................. 2010-11................................. 32 Jaquetta May................................ 2010-11................................. 32 Eva Riddick................................... 2010-11................................. 32 Tyresa Smith.................................. 2006-07................................. 32 Chrissy Fisher ............................... 2006-07................................. 32 Alena Koshansky........................... 2006-07................................. 32 Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-07................................. 32 Courtney Irving............................. 2006-07................................. 32 MINUTES PLAYED No. Name ................................... Years ..........................Min. 1. Lauren Carra................................. 2010-11............................. 1123 2. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2011-12............................. 1115 3. Lauren Carra................................. 2012-13.............................. 1112 4. Tiara Malcom (F)........................... 2004-05............................. 1097 5. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-10............................. 1087 Danielle Parker.............................. 2012-13.............................. 1087 7. Alena Koshansky (G)..................... 2005-06............................. 1052 8. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2007-08............................. 1041 9. Tiara Malcom................................ 2002-03............................. 1045

Allison Trapp................................. 2002-03............................. 1041 Danielle Parker.............................. 2010-11............................. 1036 Meg McDowell.............................. 1985-86............................. 1035 Christina Rible............................... 2000-01............................. 1032 Keisha McFadgion......................... 1996-97 ............................. 1032 Tyresa Smith.................................. 2006-07............................. 1030 Sarah Gause................................. 1985-86............................. 1029

TURNOVERS No. Name ................................... Years ............................ TO 1. Bridget McCarthy (G)..................... 1989-90............................... 156 2. Bridge McCarthy .......................... 1990-91............................... 132 Corinthia Benison.......................... 2008-09............................... 132 4. Lauren Carra................................. 2010-11............................... 131 5. Jen Lipinski ................................... 1991-92............................... 123 6. Danielle Leyfert (F)......................... 1997-98............................... 117 7. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 2001-02............................... 116 8. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1997-98............................... 115 9. Jen Lipinski ................................... 1992-93............................... 114 Carrie Timmins.............................. 2002-03............................... 114 11. Anette Percy.................................. 1994-95............................... 113 Kyle DeHaven............................... 2007-08............................... 113 PERSONAL FOULS No. Name ................................... Years .............................PF 1. Christine Cole (C).......................... 2000-01............................... 112 2. Christine Cole................................ 2002-03............................... 103 3. Jen Riley (F)................................... 1991-92............................... 102 4. Tracey Robinson (G)....................... 1987-88................................. 96 Sarah Gause................................. 1984-85................................. 96 6. Tiffany Young................................ 2004-05................................. 95 DISQUALIFICATIONS No. Name ................................... Years............................ DQ 1. Anette Percy (F)............................. 1994-95................................... 7 Shanda Piggott.............................. 1995-96................................... 7 Suzanne Street (C)......................... 1997-98................................... 7 4. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-84................................... 6 Sarah Gause................................. 1984-85................................... 6 Keisha McFadgion (G)................... 1997-98................................... 6

Alena Koshansky dished out 140 assists in 2005-06.

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CAREER RECORDS SCORING No. Name ................................... Years........................ Points 1. Elena Delle Donne ........................ 2009-13 ............................ 3,039 2. Cindy Johnson (G) ........................ 1997-01 ............................ 1,675 3. Tyresa Smith ................................. 2003-07 ............................ 1,635 4. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1991-95............................ 1,560 5. Debbie Eaves (F)............................ 1986-90 ............................ 1,551 6. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05............................. 1,545 7. Lori Howard.................................. 1977-81 ............................ 1,469 8. Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1997-01............................ 1,447 9. Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90 ............................ 1,420 10. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13............................. 1,275 11. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................ 1,236 12. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98 ............................ 1,223 13. Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88............................ 1,188 14. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02............................ 1,181 15. Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92............................ 1,165 16. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13............................. 1,113 17. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02 ............................ 1,112 18. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96............................ 1,091 19. Sharon Howett.............................. 1974-78 ............................ 1,089 20. Donna Werner ............................. 1980-84 ............................ 1,088 21. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94 ............................ 1,049 22. Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03 ........................... 1,030 23. Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................ 1,017 24. Julie Sailer..................................... 2001-05 ............................ 1,001 25. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1980-84............................... 976 26. Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10 ............................... 942 27. Kathie Malloy................................ 1980-84 ............................... 884 28. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86 ............................... 880 29. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95 ............................... 862 30. Sue Whitfield................................ 1984-88 ............................... 851 31. Keisha McFadgion......................... 1995-98 ............................... 847 32. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07 ............................... 828 33. Vanessa Kabongo.......................... 2007-12 ............................... 796 34. Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90 ............................... 768 35. Linda Cyborski.............................. 1988-92 ............................... 764 36. Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2008-12............................... 734 37. Tiffany Young................................ 2001-05 ............................... 729 38. Linny Price.................................... 1979-84 ............................... 724 39. Karen Conlin................................. 1974-78 ............................... 716 40. Melisa Czorniewy.......................... 2004-07 ............................... 672 41. Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02 ............................... 645 42. Chrissy Fisher................................ 2005-07 ............................... 633 43. Courtney Irving............................. 2004-08 ............................... 629 44. Bridget McCarthy.......................... 1987-91 ............................... 626 45. Ann Igo........................................ 1971-74 ............................... 592 46. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-08 ............................... 579 47. Jackie Porac.................................. 1995-98 ............................... 552 48. Corinthia Benison.......................... 2006-10 ............................... 538 49. Cheryl Gittings.............................. 1978-82 ............................... 520 50. Jill Joslin....................................... 1983-87 ............................... 505 REBOUNDS No. Name ................................... Years ................. Rebounds 1. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13............................. 1,064 2. Colleen McNamara (C) ................. 1991-95 ............................ 1,063 3. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13............................. 1,019 4. Sharon Howett.............................. 1974-78............................ 1,009 5. Debbie Eaves (F)............................ 1986-90 ............................... 992 6. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02 ............................... 975 7. Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90............................... 875 8. Donna Werner.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 873 9. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98 ............................... 862 10. Lori Howard.................................. 1977-81 ............................... 801

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ............................... 794 Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................... 748 Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07 ............................... 695 Kathie Malloy................................ 1980-84 ............................... 691 Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1997-01 ............................... 645 Christine Cole................................ 1999-03 ............................... 623 Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ............................... 582 Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2008-12 ............................... 566 Denise Wojciech (G)...................... 1992-96 ............................... 564 Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01 ............................... 541 Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86............................... 530 Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 518 Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94................................ 509 Tracey Howell................................ 2000-04 ............................... 501 Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................... 499 Julie Sailer.................................... 2001-05 ............................... 487 Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02 ............................... 484 Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90 ............................... 474 Tiffany Young................................ 2001-05 ............................... 455 Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88 ............................... 445 Jackie Porac.................................. 1995-98 ............................... 443 Mary Wisniewski .......................... 1972-76 ............................... 432 Courtney Irving............................. 2004-08 ............................... 428 Ariene Jenkins............................... 2007-10 ............................... 428 Cheryl Gittings.............................. 1978-82 ............................... 405 Chrissy Fisher................................ 2005-07 ............................... 383 Paula Polyanski............................. 1983-86 ............................... 378 Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10 ............................... 378 Eva Riddick................................... 2007-11................................ 370 Marian Moorer............................. 1984-87................................ 351 Jaquetta May................................ 2009-13................................ 344 Alena Koshanksy........................... 2003-07 ............................... 334 Vanessa Kabongo.......................... 2007-12 ............................... 330

Elena Delle Donne finished her career as Delaware’s all-time leading scorer and is fifth in NCAA history with 3,039 points.

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CAREER RECORDS ASSISTS No. Name ................................... Years ...................... Assists 1. Bridget McCarthy (G)..................... 1987-91................................ 401 2. Sue Whitfield................................ 1984-88 ............................... 358 3. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ............................... 353 4. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07 ............................... 346 5. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07 ............................... 307 6. Linny Price.................................... 1979-84 ............................... 299 7. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02 ............................... 284 8. Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88 ............................... 282 9. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95 ............................... 276 10. Tracey Robinson............................ 1985-89 ............................... 271 11. Danielle Leyfert (F)......................... 1997-01 ............................... 267 12. Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01 ............................... 265 13. Jennifer Lipinski............................. 1989-93 ............................... 263 14. Kayla Miller.................................. 2009-13................................ 256 15. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 242 16. Sharon Howett (C)......................... 1974-78 ............................... 241 Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ............................... 241 18. Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................... 236 19. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13................................ 227 20. Cami Ruck.................................... 1993-96 ............................... 216 21. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-08 ............................... 211 22. Carolyn Hartsky............................. 1983-87 ............................... 207 23. Trumae Lucas................................. 2011-13................................ 206 24. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 205 25. Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02 ............................... 203 26. Sue Jones...................................... 1979-82 ............................... 199 27. Linda Cyborski.............................. 1988-92 ............................... 198 28. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................... 186 BLOCKED SHOTS No. Name ................................... Years .......................Blocks 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13................................ 273 2. Colleen McNamara (C) ................. 1991-95 ............................... 197 3. Debbie Eaves (F)............................ 1986-90 ............................... 177 4. Paula Polyanski............................. 1983-86 ............................... 155 5. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86 ............................... 115 6. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ............................... 109 7. Christine Cole................................ 1999-03 ............................... 108 8. Suzanne Street.............................. 1997-00 ................................. 79 9. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94 ................................. 77 10. Tyresa Smith (G) ........................... 2003-07 ................................. 71 11. Eva Riddick................................... 2007-11 ................................. 70 12. Tracey Howell................................ 2000-04 ................................. 61 13. Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02.................................. 57 14. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02.................................. 54 15. Farrah Ferguson............................ 2006-08 ................................. 53 16. Jaquetta May................................ 2009-13.................................. 49 Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13.................................. 49 18. Cheryl Gittings.............................. 1978-82 ................................. 44 19. Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ................................. 41 Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ................................. 41 21. Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90 ................................. 39 Marian Moorer ............................ 1983-87................................. 39 Sarah Acker.................................. 2010-12 ................................. 39

Danielle Parker was one of four Hens to collect at least 1,000 rebounds at Delaware and holds the all-time UD record of 1,064.

Lisa Cano is second all-time with 277 steals for the University of Delaware.

STEALS No. Name ................................... Years ....................... Steals 1. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07 ............................... 342 2. Lisa Cano (G)................................ 1984-88 ............................... 277 3. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ............................... 272 4. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07 ............................... 255 5. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-08 ............................... 232 6. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 218 7. Danielle Leyfert (F)......................... 1997-01 ............................... 184 8. Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01 ............................... 182 9. Tracey Robinson............................ 1985-89 ............................... 175 10. Linny Price.................................... 1979-84 ............................... 173 Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90 ............................... 173 12. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................ 167 13. Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03 ............................... 166 14. Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02 ............................... 161 15. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1991-95 ............................... 160 16. Jennifer Lipinski............................. 1989-93 ............................... 159 17. Christine Cole................................ 1999-03 ............................... 155 18. Meg McDowell ............................. 1982-86 ............................... 147 Sue Whitfield................................ 1984-88 ............................... 147 20. Bridget McCarthy.......................... 1987-91 ............................... 144 Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ............................... 144 22. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ............................... 136 23. Corinthia Benison.......................... 2006-10 ............................... 135 Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 135 25. Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2008-12 ............................... 134 26. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95 ............................... 129 Donna Werner.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 129 28. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-12................................ 125 Vanessa Kabongo.......................... 2007-12 ............................... 125 29. Jackie Porac.................................. 1995-98 ............................... 117 30. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98 ............................... 115 31. Sarah Gaus................................... 1983-86 ............................... 114 32. Cheryl Gittings.............................. 1978-82 ............................... 113 33. Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................... 107

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Lori Howard averaged 17.7 points in four seasons at Delaware.

SCORING AVERAGE No. Name ................................... Years .......................... PPG 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13 .......................... 26.658 2. Lori Howard (F) ............................ 1977-81 .............................. 17.7 3. Sharon Howett (C)......................... 1974-78 .............................. 15.6 4. Cindy Johnson (G)......................... 1997-01 .............................. 14.8 Ann Igo (G).................................. 1971-74 .............................. 14.8 6. Colleen McNamara ...................... 1991-95 .............................. 14.1 7. Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1997-01 .............................. 13.5 Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90 .............................. 13.5 9. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07 .............................. 13.4 Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 .............................. 13.4 11. Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90 .............................. 13.0 12. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 .............................. 12.8 13. Chrissy Fisher................................ 2005-07 .............................. 11.7 Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 .............................. 11.7 15. Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03 .............................. 11.6 16. Donna Werner ............................. 1980-84 .............................. 11.5 Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98 .............................. 11.5 18. Keisha McFadgion......................... 1995-98 .............................. 11.3 19. Karen Conlin................................. 1974-78 .............................. 10.9 20. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02 .............................. 10.8 21. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86 .............................. 10.6 22. Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10 .............................. 10.5 REBOUNDING AVERAGE No. Name .................................. Years .......................... RPG 1. Sharon Howett (C)......................... 1974-78 .............................. 14.4 2. Mary Wisniewski........................... 1972-76 ................................ 9.8 3. Lori Howard (F)............................ 1977-81 ................................ 9.7 4. Colleen McNamara....................... 1991-95 ............................... 9.6 5. Donna Werner ............................. 1980-84 ................................ 9.2 6. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13 ................................ 8.9 Christina Rible............................... 1998-02 ................................ 8.9 8. Debbie Eaves ............................... 1986-90 ................................ 8.6 9. Sue Sowter.................................... 1974-76 ................................ 8.5 10. Paula Petrie................................... 1975-77 ................................ 8.1 Shanda Piggott ............................. 1994-98 ............................... 8.1 12. Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90 ................................ 8.0 13. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................. 7.4 14. Chrissy Fisher................................ 2005-07 ................................ 7.1 Kathie Malloy................................ 1980-84 ................................ 7.1 16. Meg McDowell ............................. 1982-86 ................................ 7.0 17. Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ................................ 6.7 18. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ................................ 6.6 19. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86 ................................ 6.4 20. Denise Wojciech (G) ..................... 1992-96 ................................ 6.1 21. Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1997-01 ................................ 6.0

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FIELD GOALS MADE No. Name ................................... Years ............................ FG 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13 ............................. 1030 2. Cindy Johnson (G)......................... 1997-01 ............................... 647 3. Debbie Eaves (F)........................... 1986-90 ............................... 641 4. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1991-95 ............................... 639 5. Lori Howard.................................. 1977-81 ............................... 598 6. Tyresa Smith (G)............................ 2003-07 ............................... 580 7. Sharon Wisler .............................. 1986-90 ............................... 579 8. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ............................... 504 9. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................... 501 10. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-01 ............................... 495 11. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02 ............................... 493 12. Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88 ............................... 492 13. Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ............................... 476 14. Sharon Howett.............................. 1974-78............................... 465 15. Donna Werner.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 454 16. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ............................... 436 17. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................ 431 18. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 425 19. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 411 20. Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................... 406 21. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94 ............................... 404 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED No. Name ................................... Years .......................... FGA 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13 ............................ 2,143 2. Cindy Johnson (G)......................... 1997-01 ............................ 1,526 3. Lori Howard (F)............................. 1977-81 ............................ 1,395 4. Tyresa Smith (G)............................ 2003-07 ............................ 1,376 5. Debbie Eaves ............................... 1986-90 ............................ 1,365 6. Colleen McNamara (C) ................. 1991-95 ............................ 1,332 7. Sharon Wisler .............................. 1986-90 ........................... 1,192 8. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-01 ............................ 1,180 9. Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88 ............................ 1,151 10. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02 ............................ 1,134 11. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13............................. 1,099 12. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................ 1,097 13. Sharon Howett.............................. 1974-78 ............................ 1,040 14. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1980-84 ............................ 1,035 15. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ............................ 1,033 16. Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ............................ 1,028 17. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ............................ 1,071 18. Vanessa Kabongo.......................... 2007-12 ............................... 989 19. Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10 ............................... 965 20. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................ 948 21. Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................... 935 22. Donna Werner.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 924 23. Sue Whitfield................................ 1984-88 ............................... 894

Cindy Johnson collected 647 field goals in her career at UD.

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Kathy Malloy shot 48.8 percent from the field in her time at UD.

Christina Rible averaged 8.9 rebounds in her four-year career.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 250 att.) No. Name ................................... Years ...................... FG Pct. 1. Courtney Irving (F)......................... 2004-08 ............................. .509 2. Donna Werner ............................. 1980-84 ............................. .493 3. Kathy Malloy ................................ 1980-84 ............................. .488 4. Daphne Joy .................................. 1986-90 ............................. .487 5. Sharon Wisler (C).......................... 1986-90 ............................. .486 6. Colleen McNamara ...................... 1991-95 ............................. .483 7. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13.............................. .481 8. Marian Moorer............................. 1984-87 ............................. .476 9. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86 ............................. .473 10. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05 ............................. .471 11. Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90 ............................. .469 12. Tiffany Young................................ 2001-05 ............................. .465 13. Jen Riley....................................... 1989-92 ............................. .463 14. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................. .456 15. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13.............................. .455 Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90 ............................. .455 17. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94 ............................. .454 18. Sharon Howett.............................. 1974-78 ............................. .447 19. Jaquetta May................................ 2009-13.............................. .439 20. Linda Malouf (G) .......................... 1985-89 ............................. .438 FREE THROWS MADE No. Name ................................... Years ............................. FT 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13................................ 773 2. Tiara Malcom (F) .......................... 2001-05 ............................... 535 3. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07 ............................... 475 4. Shanda Piggott ............................. 1994-98................................ 451 5. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-01 ............................... 442 6. Megan Dellegrotti (G).................... 1998-02 ............................... 392 7. Julie Sailer..................................... 2001-05 ............................... 377 8. Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01 ............................... 360 9. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1991-95 ............................... 292 10. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 282 11. Lori Howard.................................. 1977-81 ............................... 273 12. Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90 ............................... 269 13. Sharon Wisler .............................. 1986-90 ............................... 262 14. Linny Price.................................... 1979-84 ............................... 257 15. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................ 251 16. Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03 ............................... 244 17. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94 ............................... 241

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Shanda Piggott registered 451 free throws from 1994-98.

Tiffany Young................................ 2001-05 ............................... 239 Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86................................ 234 Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2008-12................................ 218 Jen Lipinski.................................... 1989-93................................ 211 Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ............................... 210 Corinthia Benison.......................... 2006-10 ............................... 209 Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92 ............................... 206 Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07 ............................... 201 Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90 ............................... 201 Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88 ............................... 200 Christina Rible............................... 1998-02 ............................... 195 Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93 ............................... 195

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED No. Name ................................... Years ........................... FTA 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13 ............................... 849 2. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07 ............................... 711 3. Tiara Malcom (F)........................... 2001-05 ............................... 688 4. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98 .............................. 686 5. Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1997-01 ............................... 598 6. Cindy Johnson (G)......................... 1997-01 ............................... 502 7. Julie Sailer.................................... 2001-05 ............................... 476 8. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02 ............................... 467 9. Lori Howard.................................. 1977-81 ............................... 459 10. Colleen McNamara (C) ................. 1991-95 ............................... 423 11. Sharon Wisler .............................. 1986-90 ............................... 407 12. Linny Price.................................... 1979-84 ............................... 403 13. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 389 14. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................ 378 15. Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90 ............................... 375 16. Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2008-12 ............................... 368 17. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86 ............................... 343 18. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94 ............................... 339 19. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96 ............................... 329 20. Kathie Malloy................................ 1980-84 ............................... 319 21. Corinthia Benison.......................... 2006-10 ............................... 314 22. Allison Trapp................................. 1999-03 ............................... 313 23. Donna Werner.............................. 1980-84 ............................... 292 24. Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88 ............................... 286 25. Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90 ............................... 280

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CAREER RECORDS FREE THROW PERCENTAGE. (min. 80 att.) No. Name ................................... Years .......................FT Pct. 1. Elena Delle Donne...................... 2009-Present.......................... .910 2. Linda Cyborski (G) ........................ 1988-92 ............................. .852 3. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02 ............................. .839 4. Courtney Irving (F)......................... 2004-08 ............................. .831 5. Chrissy Fisher ............................... 2005-07 ............................. .819 6. Carolyn Hartsky............................ 1983-87 ............................. .807 7. Jennifer Riley................................. 1989-92.............................. .795 8. Julie Sailer..................................... 2001-05.............................. .792 9. Tiffany Young................................ 2001-05.............................. .784 10. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07.............................. .782 11. Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03.............................. .780 12. Tiara Malcom................................ 2001-05.............................. .778 13. Jen Lipinski.................................... 1989-93.............................. .772 14. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-08.............................. .765 15. Linda Malouf................................. 1985-89.............................. .761 Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02.............................. .761 17. Sarah Gause................................. 1983-86.............................. .759 18. Cynthia Phipps.............................. 1980-84.............................. .741 19. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-01.............................. .739 20. Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10.............................. .734 21. Sharon Howett (C)......................... 1974-78.............................. .726 22. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13............................. .7249 23. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95............................ .7245 24. Cathy Tompkins............................. 1974-77............................ .7241 25. Amanda Blackstone....................... 2002-06.............................. .722 26. Jill Joslin....................................... 1983-87.............................. .720 27. Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90.............................. .718 28. Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90.............................. .717 Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01.............................. .717 Christina Rible............................... 1998-02.............................. .717 31. Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93.............................. .712 32. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94.............................. .711 THREE-PT FIELD GOALS No. Name ................................... Years ............................ FG 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13................................ 206 2. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13............................... 171 3. Megan Dellegrotti (G).................... 1998-02............................... 154 4. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07............................... 145 5. Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10............................... 116 6. Linda Cyborski.............................. 1988-92................................. 98 7. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95................................. 91 8. Jen Lipinski.................................... 1989-93................................. 76 9. Keisha McFadgion......................... 1995-98................................. 74

Carolyn Hartsky is one of six players to shoot over 80 percent from the free throw line throughout her career.

10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. 30. 31.

Liz Hayes...................................... 2003-05................................. 66 Lindsay Davis (F)........................... 1998-02................................. 63 Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-08................................. 59 Kristen Stout.................................. 1995-98................................. 51 Chrissy Fisher ............................... 2005-07................................. 48 Julie Sailer..................................... 2001-05................................. 45 Bridget McCarthy.......................... 1987-91................................. 34 Trumae Lucas................................. 2011-13................................. 32 Amanda Blackstone....................... 2002-06................................. 29 Kayla Miller.................................. 2009-13................................. 29 Melissa Czorniewy......................... 2004-07................................. 25 Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03................................. 24 Carrie Timmins.............................. 1999-03................................. 22 Christine Koren.............................. 1999-00................................. 21 Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01................................. 19 Meghan McLean............................ 2008-12................................. 19 Renee Baker.................................. 1998-00................................. 17 Corinthia Benison.......................... 2006-10................................. 16 Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1998-00................................. 15 Courtni Green............................ 2012-Present.............................. 15 Linda Malouf................................. 1985-89................................. 13 Karen Mulligan............................. 1998-00................................. 11

THREE-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 att.) No. Name ....................................Year ........................... Pct. 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13.............................. .409 2. Chrissy Fisher................................ 2005-07.............................. .387 3. Alena Koshansky (G)..................... 2003-07.............................. .367 4. Linda Cyborski.............................. 1988-92.............................. .364 5. Jen Lipinski.................................... 1989-93.............................. .358 6. Amanda Blackstone (F).................. 2002-06.............................. .349 7. Liz Hayes...................................... 2003-05.............................. .340 8. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02.............................. .336 9. Tesia Harris................................... 2007-10.............................. .336 10. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13.............................. .323 11. Lindsay Davis ............................... 1998-02.............................. .313 12. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95.............................. .301 13. Courtni Green............................ 2012-Present.......................... .300 14. Allison Trapp................................. 2000-03.............................. .293 15. Carrie Timmins.............................. 1999-03.............................. .286 16. Melissa Czorniewy........................ 2004-07.............................. .284 17. Bridget McCarthy.......................... 1987-91.............................. .281 18. Kristen Stout.................................. 1995-98.............................. .277 19. Kyle DeHaven............................... 2006-08.............................. .272 20. Danielle Leyfert.............................. 1997-01.............................. .268 21. Linda Malouf................................. 1985-89.............................. .260

Bev Santee recorded 91 career three-pointers during her four seasons with the Blue Hens.

Jen Lipinski is fifth all-time for the Hens with a 35.8 three-point shooting percentage.

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Jocelyn Bailey played in 128 career games for the University of Delaware

GAMES PLAYED No. Name ................................... Years ............................ GP 1. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13................................ 144 2. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13................................ 134 3. Jocelyn Bailey................................ 2008-12............................... 128 4. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07............................... 122 Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07............................... 122 6. Tiara Malcom (F)........................... 2001-05............................... 121 7. Vanessa Kabongo.......................... 2007-12............................... 120 8. Christine Cole (C).......................... 1999-03............................... 119 9. Eva Riddick................................... 2007-11............................... 116 Jen Lipinski (G).............................. 1989-93............................... 116 11. Debbie Eaves ............................... 1986-90............................... 115 Linda Cyborski ............................. 1988-92............................... 115 13. Lisa Cano...................................... 1984-88............................... 114 Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13................................ 114 Sue Whitfield................................ 1984-88............................... 114 16. Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01............................... 113 17. Lindsay Davis................................ 1998-02............................... 111 Colleen McNamara....................... 1991-95............................... 111 Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95............................... 111 Carrie Timmins.............................. 1999-03............................... 111 21. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02............................... 109 Marisa Shackelford........................ 1990-94............................... 109 Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90............................... 109 Molly Larkin.................................. 1989-93............................... 109 Jaquetta May................................ 2009-13................................ 109 Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96............................... 109 27. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-01............................... 107 Daphne Joy................................... 1986-90............................... 107 29. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02............................... 106 Meg McDowell ............................. 1982-86............................... 106 Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98............................... 106 32. Jill Joslin....................................... 1983-87............................... 104 Robin Stoffel.................................. 1986-90............................... 104 Bridget McCarthy........................... 1987-91............................... 104 35. Merel van Zanten.......................... 1990-94............................... 103 Carolyn Hartsky............................ 1983-87............................... 103 36. Linny Price.................................... 1979-84............................... 101

MINUTES PLAYED No. Name ................................... Years ..........................Min. 1. Elena Delle Donne......................... 2009-13............................. 4,115 2. Danielle Parker.............................. 2008-13............................. 4,113 3. Lisa Cano (G)................................ 1984-88............................ 3,946 4. Colleen McNamara (C).................. 1991-95............................ 3,921 5. Lauren Carra................................. 2009-13............................. 3,874 6. Tiara Malcom (F)........................... 2001-05............................ 3,753 7. Cindy Johnson............................... 1997-01............................ 3,708 8. Denise Wojciech............................ 1992-96............................ 3,655 9. Tyresa Smith.................................. 2003-07............................ 3,623 10. Debbie Eaves................................ 1986-90............................ 3,578 11. Danielle Leyfert ............................. 1997-01............................ 3,438 12. Alena Koshansky........................... 2003-07 ........................... 3,173 13. Meg McDowell.............................. 1982-86............................ 3,163 14. Julie Sailer.................................... 2001-05............................ 3,145 15. Sharon Wisler............................... 1986-90............................ 3,084 16. Shanda Piggott.............................. 1994-98............................ 3,067 17. Bev Santee.................................... 1991-95............................ 3,059 18. Christina Rible............................... 1998-02............................ 3,058 19. Megan Dellegrotti.......................... 1998-02............................ 3,052 20. Sue Whitfield................................ 1984-88............................ 3,006

During her four-year career, Christine Cole saw action in 119 games for the Hens.

Current sophomore Courtni Green is 13th all-time with a 30.0 three-point shooting percentage.

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The 2012-13 Hens were led by Kayla Miller’s 3.0 assists per game.

SCORING Year Name .............................. G ............ Pts............ PPG 2012-13 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............30...............781.............. 26.0 2011-12 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............33 ..............927 ............. 28.1 2010-11 Elena Delle Donne, G/F ...........22 ..............557 ............. 25.3 2009-10 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............29 ..............774 ............. 26.7 2008-09 Tesia Harris, G.........................30 ..............407 ............. 13.6 2007-08 Kyle DeHaven, G.....................29 ..............306 ............. 10.6 2006-07 Tyresa Smith, G........................32 ..............632 ............. 19.8 2005-06 Tyresa Smith, G........................30 ..............458 ............. 15.3 2004-05 #Tiara Malcom, F.....................31 ..............509 ............. 16.4 2003-04 Tiara Malcom, F.......................29 ..............450 ............. 15.5 2002-03 Allison Trapp, G.......................31 ..............506 ............. 16.6 2001-02 Megan Dellegrotti, G................30 ..............405 ............. 13.5 2000-01 Cindy Johnson, G.....................30 ..............520 ............. 17.3 1999-00 Cindy Johnson, G.....................29 ..............502 ............. 17.3 1998-99 Danielle Leyfert, F.....................24 ..............372 ............. 15.5 1997-98 Danielle Leyfert, F.....................27 ..............358 ............. 13.3 1996-97 Shanda Piggott, F.....................28.............. 432............. 15.4 1995-96 Denise Wojciech, G..................27.............. 326............. 12.1 1994-95 Colleen McNamara, C..............27.............. 442............. 16.4 1993-94 Colleen McNamara, C..............27.............. 454............. 16.8 1992-93 Molly Larkin, F.........................28.............. 352............. 12.6 1991-92 Jennifer Riley, F........................29.............. 464............. 16.0 1990-91 #Jennifer Riley, F.......................29 ..............486 ............. 16.8 1989-90 Sharon Wisler, C......................30 ..............442 ............. 14.7 1988-89 Debbie Eaves, F.......................29 ..............502 ............. 17.3 1987-88 Sharon Wisler, C......................29 ..............402 ............. 13.9 1986-87 Lisa Cano, G............................27 ..............307 ............. 11.4 1985-86 Meg McDowell, F.....................30 ..............437 ............. 14.6 1984-85 Meg McDowell, F......................27 ..............353 ............. 13.1 1983-84 Cynthia Phipps, G....................26 ..............345 ............. 13.3 1982-83 Cynthia Phipps, G....................24 ..............331 ............. 13.8 1981-82 Kathie Malloy, F.......................23 ..............285 ............. 12.4 1980-81 Lori Howard, F.........................28 ..............517 ............. 18.5 1979-80 Lori Howard, F.........................20 ..............435 ............. 21.8 1978-79 Lori Howard, F.........................17 ..............310 ............. 18.2 1977-78 Sharon Howett, C.....................18 ..............317 ............. 17.6 1976-77 Cathy Tompkins, F....................15 ..............183 ............. 12.2 REBOUNDING Year Name .............................. G ............Reb. .......... RPG 2012-13 Danielle Parker, F.....................36...............314................ 8.7 2011-12 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............33 ..............340............. 10.3 2010-11 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............22 ..............172............... 7.8 2009-10 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............29 ..............254............... 8.8 2008-09 Ariene Jenkins, F......................27 ..............218............... 8.6 2007-08 Ariene Jenkins, F......................28 ..............144............... 5.1

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Chrissy Fisher, F.......................32 ..............157............... 7.8 Tyresa Smith, G........................30 ..............193............... 6.4 Tiara Malcom, F.......................31 ..............208............... 6.7 Tiara Malcom, F.......................29 ..............197............... 6.8 Tiara Malcom, F.......................30 ..............235............... 7.6 #Christina Rible, F....................25 ..............237............... 9.5 #Christina Rible, F....................31 ..............389............. 10.5 Christina Rible, F......................26 ..............240............... 9.2 Renee Baker, F.........................27 ..............184............... 6.8 Suzanne Street, C.....................27 ..............200............... 7.4 Shanda Piggott, F.....................28 ..............280............. 10.0 Shanda Piggott, F.....................26 ..............233............... 9.0 Colleen McNamara, C..............27 ..............235............... 8.7 Colleen McNamara, C..............27 ..............303............. 11.2 Colleen McNamara, C..............28 ..............254............... 9.1 #Colleen McNamara, C............29 ..............271............... 9.4 Jennifer Riley, F........................29 ..............263............... 9.1 Debbie Eaves, F.......................30 ..............276............... 9.2 Sharon Wisler, C......................25 ..............225............... 9.0 #Sharon Wisler, C....................29 ..............266............... 9.2 Debbie Eaves, F.......................27 ..............230............... 8.5 Meg McDowell, F.....................30 ..............243............... 8.1 Meg McDowell, F.....................27 ..............212............... 7.9 Donna Werner, F......................26 ..............216............... 8.3 Donna Werner, F......................20 ..............210............. 10.5 Donna Werner, F......................20 ..............220............. 11.0 Donna Werner, F......................28 ..............227............... 8.1 Lori Howard, F.........................20 ..............233............. 11.7 Stephanie Vanderslice, F...........17 ..............202............. 11.9 Sharon Howett, C.....................18 ..............253............. 14.1 Sharon Howett, C.....................15 ..............174............. 11.6 Sharon Howett, C.....................20 ..............285............. 14.2 Sharon Howett, C.....................17 ..............297............. 17.5

ASSISTS Year Name............................... G............. Ast........... Avg. 2012-13 Kayla Miller, G.........................36...............109................ 3.0 2011-12 Trumae Lucas, G......................33...............112................ 3.4 2010-11 Lauren Carra, G.......................34 ...............85 ................ 2.5 2009-10 Kayla Miller, G.........................24 ...............74 ................ 3.1 2008-09 Corinthia Benison, G................30 ...............77 ................ 2.6 2007-08 Kyle DeHaven, G.....................29 ..............105 ............... 3.6 2006-07 Alena Koshansky, G.................32 ..............106 ............... 3.3 Kyle DeHaven, G.....................32 ..............106 ............... 3.3 2005-06 Alena Koshansky, G.................30 ..............130 ............... 4.3 2004-05 Tyresa Smith, G........................31 ..............100 ............... 3.2 2003-04 Tracey Howell, F.......................29 ...............62 ................ 2.1 2002-03 Carrie Timmins, G....................31 ...............91 ................ 2.9 2001-02 Megan Dellegrotti, G................30 ..............104 ............... 3.5 2000-01 Megan Dellegrotti, G................31 ...............90 ................ 2.9

Bridget McCarthy led Delaware with a school-record 5.6 assists per game in 1990-91.

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Tyresa Smith led the Blue Hens in scoring during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons.

Kyle DeHaven recorded a school record nine steals twice during her Blue Hen career and led the NCAA in 2007-08.

1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Christine Koren, G....................29 ..............113 ............... 3.9 Danielle Leyfert, F.....................24 ...............80 ................ 3.3 Danielle Leyfert, F.....................27 ...............60 ................ 2.2 Keisha McFadgion...................28 ...............84 ................ 3.0 Cami Ruck...............................27.............. 101 ............... 3.7 Denise Wojciech......................27 ..............100 ............... 3.7 Denise Wojciech......................27 ...............98 ................ 3.6 Denise Wojciech......................28 ...............90 ................ 3.2 Jen Lipinski..............................29 ..............111................ 3.8 Bridget McCarthy.....................29 ..............163 ............... 5.6 Bridget McCarthy.....................30 ..............160 ............... 5.3 Tracey Robinson.......................18 ...............89 ................ 5.0 Sue Whitfield...........................29 ..............141 ............... 4.9 Sue Whitfield...........................27 ...............84 ................ 3.1 Sue Whitfield...........................30 ...............85 .............. 2.83 Lisa Cano................................28 ...............78 ................ 2.8 Linny Price...............................26 ...............80 ................ 3.1 Phyllis Cubit.............................15 ...............62 ................ 4.1 Susan Jones.............................21 ...............73 ................ 3.5 Susan Jones.............................28 ...............97 ................ 3.5 Karen Johnson.........................20 ...............49 ................ 2.4 Dee Linton...............................15 ...............67 ................ 2.5 Karen Conlin...........................18 ...............88 ................ 4.9 Karen Conlin...........................15 ...............55 ................ 3.7

STEALS Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01

Name .............................. G ............Stls. ......... Avg. Trumae Lucas, G......................36................51................. 1.4 Danielle Parker........................33 ...............39 ................ 1.2 Elena Delle Donne....................33 ...............39 ................ 1.2 Danielle Parker....................... .34 ...............46 ................ 1.3 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............29 ...............38 ................ 2.1 Corinthia Benison, G................30 ...............77 ................ 2.6 #Kyle DeHaven, G...................29 ..............133............... 4.6 (led NCAA) Kyle DeHaven, G.....................32 ...............99 ................ 3.1 #Tyresa Smith, G......................30 ...............84 ................ 2.8 Tyresa Smith, G........................31 ..............100............... 3.2 Tyresa Smith, G........................29 ...............76 ................ 2.6 Allison Trapp, G.......................31 ...............79 ................ 2.6 Allison Trapp, G.......................27 ...............56 ................ 2.1 Cindy Johnson, G.....................30 ...............53 ................ 1.8

Suzanne Street was tops in the America East Conference with 2.1 blocked shots per contest in 1997-98.

1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

Christine Koren, G....................29 ...............59 ................ 2.0 Danielle Leyfert, F.....................24 ...............54 ................ 2.2 Danielle Leyfert, F.....................27 ...............45 ................ 1.7 Shanda Piggott, F.....................28 ...............41 ................ 1.5 Denise Wojciech, G..................27 ...............58 ................ 2.2 Denise Wojciech, G..................27 ...............91 ................ 3.4 Denise Wojciech, G..................27 ...............60 ................ 2.2 Denise Wojciech, G..................28 ...............63 ................ 2.3 Jen Lipinski, G..........................29 ...............67 ................ 2.3 Bridget McCarthy, G.................29 ...............57 ................ 2.0 Debbie Eaves, F........................30 ...............60 ................ 2.0 Tracey Robinson, G..................18 ...............51 ................ 2.8 Lisa Cano, G............................29 ...............79 ................ 2.7 Lisa Cano, G............................27 ...............71 ................ 2.6 Lisa Cano, G............................30 ...............62 ................ 2.1 Lisa Cano, G............................28 ...............65 ................ 2.3 Cynthia Phipps, G....................26 ...............79 ................ 3.0 Cynthia Phipps, G....................24 ...............49 ................ 2.0 Cynthia Phipps, G....................23 ...............63 ................ 2.7 Cheryl Gittings, G....................23 ...............63 ................ 2.7 Linny Price, G..........................28 ...............77 ................ 2.8

BLOCKED Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

SHOTS Name .............................. G ........... Blks. ........ Avg. Elena Delle Donne, G/F............30................69................. 2.3 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............33 ...............86 ................ 2.6 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............22 ...............58 ................ 2.6 Elena Delle Donne, G/F............29 ...............60 ................ 2.1 Eva Riddick, F..........................30 ...............35 ................ 1.2 Farrah Ferguson, C..................24 ...............21 ................ 0.9 Farrah Ferguson, C..................31 ...............30 ................ 1.0 Tyresa Smith, G........................30 ...............22 ................ 0.7 Tiara Malcom, F.......................31 ...............29 ................ 1.0 Tiara Malcom, F.......................29 ...............41 ................ 1.4 Christine Cole, C......................31 ...............31 ................ 1.0 Christine Cole, C......................30 ...............27 ................ 0.9 Christine Cole, C......................31 ...............32 ................ 1.0 Christine Cole, C......................27 ...............18 ................ 0.7 Renee Baker, F........................27 ...............22 ................ 0.8 #Suzanne Street, C...................27 ...............56 ................ 2.1 Chris Seifert, C.........................26 ...............20 ................ 0.8

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77

Tiffany Young shot a team-best 80.9 percent from the free throw percentage in 2004-05.

1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81

Shanda Piggott, F.....................26 ...............14 ................ 0.5 Colleen McNamara, C..............27 ...............37 ................ 1.4 Colleen McNamara, C..............27 ...............63 ................ 2.3 Colleen McNamara, C..............28 ...............44 ................ 1.6 #Colleen McNamara, C............29 ...............53 ................ 1.8 Jennifer Riley, F........................29 ...............20 ................ 0.7 Debbie Eaves, F.......................30 ...............51 ................ 1.7 Debbie Eaves, F.......................29 ...............46 ................ 1.6 Debbie Eaves, F.......................29 ...............46 ................ 1.6 Debbie Eaves, F.......................27 ...............34 ................ 1.3 #Paula Polyanski, C..................30 ...............66 ................ 2.2 Paula Polyanski, C....................27 ...............51 ................ 1.9 Sarah Gause, F........................26 ...............42 ................ 1.6 Cynthia Phipps, G....................24 ................7................. 0.3 Linny Price, G..........................24 ................7 ................. 0.3 Cheryl Gittings, G....................23 ...............26 ................ 1.1 Cheryl Gittings, G....................28 ...............18 ................ 0.6

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) Year Name ........................... FG-A ......... Pct. 2012-13 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 271-557.......... .487 2011-12 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 325-625.......... .520 2010-11 Sarah Acker, F..................... 60-106........... .566 2009-10 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 257-539.......... .477 2008-09 Ariene Jenkins, F.................. 72-183........... .393 2007-08 Courtney Irving, F................ 55-110........... .500 2006-07 Courtney Irving, F................ 98-170........... .576 2005-06 Courtney Irving, F................ 70-154........... .455 2004-05 Tiffany Young, F................... 114-223.......... .511 2003-04 Tiara Malcom, F.................. 147-298.......... .493 2002-03 Tiara Malcom, F.................. 137-272.......... .504 2001-02 Allison Trapp, G.................. 123-300.......... .410 2000-01 Christina Rible, F................. 167-380.......... .439 1999-00 Suzanne Street, C................. 51-103........... .495 1998-99 Christina Rible, C................. 66-150........... .440 1997-98 Suzanne Street, C................ 123-247.......... .498 1996-97 Jackie Porac, F..................... 79-177........... .446 1995-96 Jackie Porac, F..................... 97-205........... .473 1994-95 Denise Wojciech, G............. 132-278.......... .475 1993-94 Colleen McNamara, C.......... 189-39........... .483 1992-93 Merel van Zanten, C............ 130-264.......... .492 1991-92 Colleen McNamara, C......... 133-243.......... .547 1990-91 Jen Pritchard, C.................... 82-165........... .497 1989-90 Sharon Wisler, C................. 176-356.......... .494 1988-89 Sharon Wisler, C................. 157-316.......... .497 1987-88 Debbie Eaves, F.................. 144-299.......... .482 1986-87 Marian Moorer, F................. 89-183........... .486 1985-86 Sarah Gause, F................... 161-331.......... .486

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#Sarah Gause, F................. 147-294.......... Kathie Malloy, F.................... 88-167........... Donna Werner, C................. 91-184........... Kathie Malloy, F.................. 112-244.......... Donna Werner, C................ 133-260.......... Barb Koch, F........................ 49-106........... Maureen Donahue, F............ 51-107........... Sharon Howett, F................ 138-287.......... Linda Methvin, G.................. 56-136...........

.500 .527 .495 .459 .512 .462 .477 .488 .412

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 40 att.) Year Name ............................ FT-A .......... Pct. 2012-13 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 187-203.......... .921 2011-12 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 225-253.......... .889 2010-11 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 167-177.......... .944 2009-10 Elena Delle Donne, G/F....... 194-216.......... .898 2008-09 Tesia Harris, G..................... 82-107........... .766 2007-08 Courtney Irving, F................. 48-57............ .842 2006-07 Alena Koshansky, G.............. 51-61............ .836 2005-06 Chrissy Fisher, F.................... 40-44............ .909 2004-05 Tiffany Young, F................... 131-162.......... .809 2003-04 Tiara Malcom, F.................. 154-203 ......... .759 Julie Sailer, G....................... 88-116........... .759 2002-03 Julie Sailer, G...................... 115-140.......... .821 2001-02 Julie Sailer, G...................... 106-122.......... .869 2000-01 Megan Dellegrotti, G............ 91-106........... .858 1999-00 Megan Dellegrotti, G............. 33-42............ .786 1998-99 #Megan Dellegrotti, G......... 105-125.......... .840 1997-98 Cindy Johnson, G.................. 54-68............ .794 1996-97 Carrie Goheen, F.................. 28-40............ .700 1995-96 Jackie Porac, F...................... 45-64............ .703 1994-95 Colleen McNamara, C......... 102-141.......... .723 1993-94 Bev Santee, G....................... 57-68............ .838 1992-93 Jen Lipinski, G....................... 51-64............ .797 1991-92 #Jen Riley, F.......................... 82-96............ .854 1990-91 #Linda Cyborski, G............... 74-79............ .937. (led NCAA) 1989-90 Robin Stoffel, F...................... 61-76............ .803 1988-89 Linda Malouf, G.................... 41-53............ .774 1987-88 Lisa Cano, G......................... 59-77............ .766 1986-87 Sue Whitfield, G................... 44-58............ .759 1985-86 Meg McDowell, F.................. 69-99............ .697 1984-85 Sarah Gause, F..................... 43-53............ .811 1983-84 Sarah Gause, F..................... 32-40............ .800 1982-83 Cynthia Phipps, G................. 45-55............ .818 1981-82 Susan Jones, G..................... 30-40............ .750 1980-81 Laurie Ginsburg, G................ 37-53............ .698 1979-80 Karen Johnson, G................. 31-42............ .738 1978-79 Maureen Donahue, F............. 35-49............ .714 1977-78 Cathy Tompkins, G................ 58-80............ .738 1976-77 Cathy Tompkins, G................ 47-65............ .723

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Megan Dellegrotti hit a then-school record 49 three-pointers during the 2000-01 season.

1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71

Sharon Howett, F.................. 61-89............ Sharon Howett, F.................. 29-45............ Annie Igo, G......................... 40-54............ Annie Igo, G......................... 28-40............ Annie Igo, G......................... 26-47............ Joyce Emory, F...................... 16-29............

.685 .645 .741 .700 .553 .552

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (Second name is Pct. leader if different, min. 25 att.) Year Name .......................... 3FG-A ........ Pct. 2012-13 Elena Delle Donne, G/F........ 52-115........... .452 2011-12 Elena Delle Donne, G/F........ 52-126........... .413 2010-11 Lauren Carra, G................... 48-141........... .340 Elena Delle Donne, G/F........ 36-103........... .350 2009-10 Elena Delle Donne, G/F........ 66-160........... .413 2008-09 Tesia Harris, G..................... 51-156........... .327 Meghan McLean, G............... 10-28............ .357 2007-08 Kyle DeHaven, G................. 28-119........... .235 Tesia Harris, G...................... 19-59............ .322 2006-07 Chrissy Fisher, F.................... 38-88............ .432 2005-06 Alena Koshansky, G............. 46-115........... .400 2004-05 Alena Koshansky, G............. 41-109........... .376 2003-04 Liz Hayes, G........................ 33-101........... .327 2002-03 Julie Sailer, G........................ 21-86............ .244 2001-02 Megan Dellegrotti, G............ 48-129........... .372 2000-01 Megan Dellegrotti, G............ 49-152........... .322 Lindsay Davis, F.................... 20-53............ .377 1999-00 Megan Dellegrotti, G............. 29-89............ .326 Lindsay Davis, F..................... 12-34............ .353 1998-99 Megan Dellegrotti, G............. 28-89............ .315 Renee Baker, F....................... 9-26............. .346 1997-98 Keisha McFadgion, G............ 13-52............ .250 Cindy Johnson, G................... 7-26............. .269 1996-97 Kristen Stout, G..................... 30-98............ .306 1995-96 Keisha McFadgion, G........... 34-108........... .315 1994-95 Bev Santee, G...................... 39-128........... .305 1993-94 Bev Santee, G....................... 22-81............ .272 1992-93 Jen Lipinski, G...................... 43-101........... .426 1991-92 Linda Cyborski, G................ 39-104........... .375 1990-91 #Linda Cyborski, G.............. 46-113........... .407 1989-90 Bridget McCarthy, G.............. 21-78............ .269 Linda Cyborski, G.................. 9-33............. .273 1988-89 Linda Malouf, G..................... 9-35............. .257 1987-88 Sue Whitfield, G.................... 8-29............. .276 #= led conference in category

2012-13 Scoring Margin..................................... +14.8 Field Goal Percentage............................. 41.7 Field Goal Percent Defense....................... 34.3 Rebounding Margin................................ +6.6 Blocked Shots............................................ 4.1 Offensive Rebound Percentage................. 41.7 2011-12 Scoring Margin.................................... + 16.6 Free Throw Percentage............................ 80.5 Field Goal Percentage............................. 44.9 Rebounding Defense................................ 32.0 Rebounding Margin............................. + 10.5 Assist/Turnover Ratio................................. 1.1 Defensive Rebound Pct............................. 70.0 Offensive Rebound Pct............................. 41.8 2010-11 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................ 36.2 2009-10 Rebounding Defense................................ 34.3 2008-09 3 Pt. FG Pct. Defense............................... 23.6 2006-07 Scoring Defense...................................... 55.9 Scoring Margin.................................... + 12.9 Steals..................................................... 13.3 Turnover Margin................................... + 8.66 Assist/Turnover Ratio............................... 1.00 2005-06 Scoring Defense ..................................... 54.3 Free Throw Percentage............................ 72.9 FG Pct. Defense....................................... 36.5 3 Pt. FG Pct............................................. 35.5 3 Pt. FG Pct. Defense................................ 274 Steals................................................... 11.10 Turnover Margin................................... + 4.34 2004-05 FG Pct. Defense....................................... 36.5 3 Pt. FG Pct. Defense............................... 27.3 Turnover Margin................................... + 4.71 2003-04 Scoring Defense...................................... 58.1 Steals................................................... 11.66 2002-03 Scoring Defense...................................... 53.1 Free Throw Percentage............................. 735 2001-02 Free Throw Percentage..........................77.4% 2000-01 Scoring Margin.................................... + 10.8 Field Goal Defense................................... 375 Blocked Shots............................................ 3.5 Steals..................................................... 10.8 Turnover Margin..................................... + 4.9 1999-00 Rebounding Margin................................ +3.8 1998-99 Rebounding............................................ 42.7 Free Throw Pct. .................................... .733 1993-94 Rebounding............................................ 42.9 Rebound Margin.................................... + 4.7 1992-93 Field Goal Pct. Defense............................. 392 1991-92 Three-Point FG Pct.................................... 365 1990-91 Scoring Offense...................................... 69.1 Scoring Defense...................................... 66.0 Scoring Margin....................................... +3.1 Field Goal Pct. ........................................ 433 Free Throw Pct. ....................................... 713 3-Point Field Goal Pct. ........................... .358 1989-90 Scoring Defense...................................... 61.4 Scoring Margin...................................... .+7.3 Field Goal Pct. . .................................... .436 1988-89 Scoring Margin....................................... +5.7 Field Goal Pct. ...................................... .453 Field Goal Pct. Defense........................... .399

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SINGLE GAME LEADERS SCORING 54............................Elena Delle Donne (G/F) vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 42......................................... Elena Delle Donne (G/F) at Hofstra, 2/16/12 41......................................... Elena Delle Donne (G/F) vs. Hofstra 1/26/12 41........................................... Elena Delle Donne (G/F) at Yale, 11/20/10 40................................Elena Delle Donne (G/F) at George Mason, 1/8/12 40........................................... Elena Delle Donne (G/F) vs PSU, 11/17/11 39......................................................Lori Howard (F) vs. Temple, 1/27/81 39............................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 38................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Towson, 1/20/13 37................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Towson, 1/5/12 36................................................ Elena Delle Donne vs. UMBC, 11/12/10 35............................................ Elena Delle Donne vs. Princeton, 11/21/09 35................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/24/10 35....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Georgia State, 2/14/10 35................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 2/3/13 34............................................ Elena Delle Donne vs. Villanova, 11/16/10 34....................................................Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/80 34............................................. Danielle Leyfert vs. Northeastern, 2/19/98 34......................................... Cindy Johnson vs. St. Francis (PA), 12/20/00 34...........................................................Allison Trapp vs. Hofstra, 1/5/03 33............................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Kentucky, 3/30/13 33..................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. North Carolina, 3/26/13 33........................................Elena Delle Donne vs. West Virginia, 3/24/13 33....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Rhode Island, 11/11/11 33.................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. William & Mary, 2/13/11 33.......................................................Shanda Piggott vs. Drexel, 1/31/97 32................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 2/28/13 32............................................ Elena Delle Donne at Maryland, 12/29/11 32............................................... Elena Delle Donne at Princeton, 12/1/11 32............................................. Shanda Piggott vs. Northeastern, 1/26/97 32..............................................Tyresa Smith vs. James Madison, 2/22/07 31.......................................Elena Delle Donne at George Mason, 2/19/13 31.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Toledo, 3/16/11 31....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 3/11/11 31................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Towson, 3/2/11 31.....................................................Elena Delle Donne vs. VCU, 2/24/11 31......................................................Cathy Tompkins vs. Temple, 1/30/77 31.............................................................Lori Howard vs. Kean, 1/15/80 31................................. Cindy Johnson vs. George Washington, 11/10/00 31............................................ Tiara Malcom vs. George Mason, 1/22/04 31..........................................................Tyresa Smith vs. Hofstra, 1/21/07 31.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/31/10 30................................................ Lori Howard vs. Morgan State, 12/1/79 30.........................................................Lori Howard vs. Lehigh, 11/29/80 30........................................................Tiara Malcom vs. Hofstra, 2/27/05 30.........................................Elena Delle Donne at Wake Forest, 12/11/11 30.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 3/12/10 30....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 3/13/10 30........................................... Elena Delle Donne at Monmouth, 12/22/12 29................................................. Elena Delle Donne at St. John’s, 1/2/13 29........................................... Elena Delle Donne at Providence, 12/19/11 29.................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. UNC Wilmington, 3/12/11 29............................................................Lauren Carra vs. Hofstra 1/2/11 29........................................................Annie Igo (G) vs. Ursinus, 2/21/74 29...................................................... Meg McDowell vs. Hofstra, 2/28/85 29........................................................ Debbie Eaves vs. Hofstra, 2/17/88 29........................................ Danielle Leyfert vs. Delaware State, 11/25/97 29............................................... Megan Dellegrotti vs. Princeton, 12/1/02 29.............................................................Tesia Harris vs. Towson, 2/1/09 29.................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. UNC Wilmington, 1/14/10 28.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 3/17/13 28.................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 3/3/13 28..................................... 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28........................................ Elena Delle Donne at Old Dominion, 1/13/12 28......................................................Elena Delle Donne vs. Yale, 12/5/11 28................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/30/11 28.................................................. Diane Stetina vs. Trenton State, 3/1/73 28............................................................. .Jill Joslin vs. Bucknell, 2/14/87 28..........................................................Christina Rible vs. Drexel, 3/7/02 28...............................................Allison Trapp vs. Old Dominion, 3/15/03 28......................................... Melissa Czorniewy at Northeastern, 1/15/06 28..................................................... Tyresa Smith vs. Kentucky, 11/24/06 28......................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 1/3/10 27.............................................. Sharon Howett vs. West Chester, 2/23/78 27............................................. Lori Howard vs. William Paterson, 2/1/80 27............................................................. Debbie Eaves vs. Rider, 3/2/89 27.................................................Colleen McNamara vs. Penn, 12/11/93 27........................................ Colleen McNamara (C) vs. Hartford, 2/11/94 27........................................................ Christina Rible vs. Maine, 1/27/00 27........................................................ Allison Trapp vs. Marist, 12/23/02 27.....................................................Tyresa Smith vs. Villanova, 11/12/06 27...........................................................Tesia Harris vs. Towson, 2/22/09 27.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 27.....................................................Elena Delle Donne vs. VCU, 1/21/10 27................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 3/3/10 26....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/13 26.........................................Elena Delle Donne vs. Northeastern, 1/29/13 26................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. UNCW, 1/24/13 26.................................... Elena Delle Donne at St. Bonaventure, 11/27/11 26............................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Saint Francis (Pa.), 11/23/10 26....................................................Lori Howard vs. Lock Haven, 1/27/79 26..................................................Lori Howard vs. Wm. Paterson, 2/2/79 26........................................................... Lori Howard vs. Drexel, 1/15/81 26..................................................Kathie Molloy vs. West Chester, 2/4/82 26.............................................................. Sarah Gause vs. Rider, 2/6/85 26.....................................................Sharon Wisler vs. Lafayette, 2/24/88 26.......................................................... Sharon Wisler vs. Drexel, 2/3/89 26.............................................. Jennifer Riley vs. Wm. & Mary, 11/30/90 26................................................. Merel van Zanten vs. Princeton, 1/3/94 26..................................Colleen McNamara vs. George Mason, 11/30/94 26..........................................................Bev Santee vs. Lafayette, 12/6/94 26................................................. Jackie Porac vs. Northeastern, 1/14/96 26...................................................Keisha McFadgion vs. Hofstra, 2/6/96 26..................................................Danielle Leyfert vs. Canisius, 12/20/98 26.........................................................Cindy Johnson vs. Hofstra, 1/9/99 26.......................................... Danielle Leyfert vs. New Hampshire, 3/9/00 26........................................... Allison Trapp vs. St. Francis (PA), 12/20/00 26.....................................................Lindsay Davis vs. Bucknell, 11/28/01 26............................................. Megan Dellegrotti vs. Centenary, 12/8/01 26................................................. Megan Dellegrotti vs. Marist, 12/22/01 26...........................................................Allison Trapp vs. UAB, 12/29/02 26.........................................Tiara Malcom vs. UNC Wilmington, 2/22/04 26................................................. Melissa Czorniewy at Towson, 1/13/06 26........................................... Chrissy Fisher, at Boston College, 11/14/06 26.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Maine, 12/8/09 26.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Navy, 12/11/09 26................................................ Tesia Harris vs. William & Mary, 2/4/10 26........................................Elena Delle Donne vs. George Mason, 2/7/10 25........................................ Elena Delle Donne at Georgia State, 1/31/13 25.......................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Penn State, 12/19/10 25............................................. Sharon Howett vs. Morgan State, 1/31/76 25........................................ Cathy Tompkins vs. Glassboro State, 1/10/78 25........................................................ Bev Santee vs. American, 12/5/88 25.....................................................Debbie Eaves vs. American, 12/5/88 25.......................................................Sharon Wisler vs. Lafayette, 2/8/89 25...... ..........................................Jennifer Riley vs. Towson State, 2/21/91 25............................................................ Jennifer Riley vs. Penn, 1/14/92 25............................................................Jennifer Riley vs. Drexel, 2/8/92 25........................................................ Danielle Leyfert vs. Navy, 12/7/98

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SINGLE GAME LEADERS 25............................................... Cindy Johnson vs. Monmouth, 11/18/00 25..........................................................Cindy Johnson vs. Drexel, 1/6/01 25..................................................Megan Dellegrotti vs. Towson, 1/13/02 25........................................................Tiara Malcom vs. Hofstra, 2/15/04 25 ...........................................Tiara Malcom vs. James Madison, 1/30/05 25................................................Tyresa Smith vs. Old Dominion, 2/11/07 25.................................................. Chrissy Fisher vs. American, 11/17/07 25...................................... Vanessa Kabongo vs. George Mason, 1/25/09 25........................................Elena Delle Donne vs. George Mason, 1/7/10 25.................................................. Tesia Harris vs. Northeastern, 2/25/10 25............................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Richmond, 3/18/10 REBOUNDING (Incomplete before 1978-79) 27.............................................. Sharon Howett vs. Trenton State, 2/27/77 22....................................................Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/80 21....................................................Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/81 20 ....................................................Donna Werner vs. Bucknell, 1/30/82 20 ...................................................... Donna Werner vs. Navy, 11/30/83 20 .......................................................Sharon Wisler vs. Bucknell, 3/5/89 19 ........................................................ Donna Werner vs. Kean, 1/12/82 18 ................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 2/6/11 18 .................................... Elena Delle Donne at St Bonaventure, 12/27/11 18 .................................................Lori Howard vs. Trenton State, 2/26/80 18 ...........................................Donna Werner vs. Pennsylvania, 12/19/81 18 ............................................... Debbie Eaves vs. Towson State, 1/14/87 18 ..............................................Debbie Eaves vs. Morgan State, 12/2/87 18 ............................................... Debbie Eaves vs. Towson State, 2/15/89 18 .......................................................... Debbie Eaves vs. Rider, 2/21/90 18 ....................................... Shanda Piggott vs. Delaware State, 11/22/96 Sue Whitfield holds the Delaware record for assists in a game with 14 versus Lehigh.

Denise Wojciech recorded eight steals in a game twice within four days during the 1994-95 season.

ASSISTS 14......................................................... Sue Whitfield vs. Lehigh, 2/17/84 12........................................................... Karen Conlin vs. Temple, 3/4/78 10........................................................ Sharon Howett vs. Maryland, 1975 10.........................................................Sue Whitfield vs. Temple, 2/15/88 10........................................................... Sue Whitfield vs. Lehigh, 3/1/88 10................................................. Bridget McCarthy vs. Bucknell, 2/28/89 10............................................ Bridget McCarthy vs. Kent State, 11/24/89 10................................................... Bridget McCarthy vs. UMBC, 1/23/91 10.................................................. Christine Koren vs Lafayette, 11/29/99 9.................................................. Denise Wojciech vs. Boston U., 2/21/93 9........................................ Denise Wojciech vs. George Mason, 11/28/94 9.............................................................. Bev Santee vs. Hofstra, 2/14/95 9...........................................................Christine Koren vs. Drexel, 3/2/00 9.................................................Trumae Lucas vs. Georgia State, 2/12/12 9....................................................Kayla Miller vs. Northeastern, 1/29/13 9...................................................Trumae Lucas vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 STEALS 9.................................................... Kyle DeHaven vs. Boston U. ,12/10/06 9.................................................Kyle DeHaven vs. Northeastern, 1/20/08 8.................................................... Bridget McCarthy vs. Hofstra, 2/26/90 8....................................................... Denise Wojciech vs. Penn, 12/10/94 8................................................... Denise Wojciech vs. Lafayette, 12/6/94 8.......................................................... Allison Trapp vs. Marist, 12/22/01 8....................................................Tyresa Smith vs. Old Dominion, 1/9/05 8.................................................. Tyresa Smith vs. George Mason, 2/3/05 8............................................ Kyle DeHaven vs. William & Mary, 1/13/08 8...................................................Kyle DeHaven vs. Northeastern, 2/3/08 8................................................Kyle DeHaven vs. Georgia State, 2/28/08 7.......................................................... Cynthia Phipps vs. Hofstra, 3/3/84 7.............................................................Jen Lipski vs. Boston U., 1/24/97 7........................................... Denise Wojciech vs. Towson State, 12/12/92 7.......................................................Denise Wojciech vs. Lehigh, 12/4/94

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SINGLE GAME LEADERS 7....................................................... Karen Mulligan vs. Hofstra, 1/10/99 7.................................................... Danielle Leyfert vs. Boston U., 1/30/99 7......................................... Christine Koren vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 12/29/99 7............................................................Cindy Johnson vs. Drexel, 1/6/01 7............................................................Allison Trapp vs. Drexel, 2/27/03 7............................................................Tyresa Smith vs. Towson, 1/13/06 7............................................................... Tyresa Smith vs. VCU, 1/29/06 7....................................................Kyle DeHaven vs. American, 11/17/06 7...........................................................Kyle DeHaven vs. Penn, 11/29/06 7.................................................. Tyresa Smith vs. George Mason, 2/8/07 7................................................Kyle DeHaven vs. Georgia State, 1/24/08 7..............................................Kyle DeHaven vs. George Mason, 2/10/08 7............................................Corinthia Benison vs. Northeastern, 2/26/09 BLOCKED SHOTS 8.................................................... Colleen McNamara vs. Lehigh, 1/5/94 7......................................................Merel van Zanten vs. Maine, 1/16/94 7..................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 3/3/10 7................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. UNCW, 3/12/11 6.......................................................... Sarah Gause vs. St. Peters, 1/3/84 6...........................................................Sarah Gause vs. Hofstra, 1/21/84 6..............................................Paula Polyanski vs. Morgan State, 1/14/86 6........................................................Paula Polyanski vs. Bucknell, 2/8/86 6....................................................... Paula Polyanski vs. Hofstra, 2/20/86 6.......................................... Colleen McNamara vs. Monmouth, 11/26/91 6.......................................................Suzanne Street vs. Vermont, 1/18/98 6......................................................Farrah Ferguson vs. UNCW, 2/15/07 6.........................................................Sarah Acker vs. La Salle, 11/28/10 6.................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 6......................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Georgia State, 2/14/10 6...................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. William & Mary, 2/13/11 6................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 2/16/12 6....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/24/13 FIELD GOALS MADE 18..................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 16.......................................................... Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 16................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Towson, 1/15/12 15....................................................Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/80 15............................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 15....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Georgia State, 2/14/10 15..................................................... Elena Delle Done vs. Yale, 11/20/10 15.......................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Penn State, 11/17/11 15........................................Elena Delle Donne vs. George Mason, 1/8/12 14...........................................................Allison Trapp vs. Hofstra, 1/5/03 14................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Towson, 1/20/13

Sarah Gause twice collected six blocked shots in January 1984.

13.............................................................Lori Howard vs. Kean, 1/11/80 13.......................................................... Lori Howard vs. Paterson, 2/1/80 13.........................................................Lori Howard vs. Lehigh, 11/29/80 13................................................ Elena Delle Donne vs. UMBC, 11/12/10 13.............................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Princeton, 12/1/11 12............................................................. Annie Igo vs. Ursinus, 2/21/74 12......................................................Cathy Tompkins vs. Temple, 1/29/77 12.....................................................Cathy Tompkins vs. Rutgers, 3/13/77 12................................................ Lori Howard vs. Morgan State, 12/1/79 12..........................................................Lori Howard vs. Trenton, 2/26/80 12............................................................ Lisa Cano vs. Bucknell, 1/27/88 12.................................................Sharon Wisler vs. Kent State, 11/24/88 12............................................................. Debbie Eaves vs. Rider, 3/2/89 12........................................................ Christina Rible vs. Maine, 1/27/00 12......................................................... Cindy Johnson vs. Navy, 12/7/98 12........................................................ Christina Rible vs. Maine, 1/27/00 12............................................ Elena Delle Donne vs. Princeton, 11/21/09 12................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/24/10 12....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Rhode Island, 11/11/11 12.................................................. Elena Delle Donne at Hofstra, 2/28/13 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 33.......................................................... Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 29................................................ Elena Delle Donne vs. UMBC, 11/12/10 29................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/26/12 28..................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madions, 2/18/10 28..................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. North Carolina, 3/26/13 FREE THROWS MADE 17.........................................................Marian Moorer vs. Rider, 2/28/87 17.................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. William & Mary, 2/13/11 16............................................. Shanda Piggott vs. Northeastern, 1/26/97 16................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 3/3/10 14........................................................... Tyresa Smith vs. Penn, 11/29/06 14...........................................................Lauren Carra vs. Hofstra, 1/2/11 13................................. Cindy Johnson vs. George Washington, 11/10/00 13................................................Tiara Malcom vs. Old Dominion, 2/2/03 13........................................................Tiara Malcom vs. Hofstra, 2/27/05 13..................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/20/11 13................................................. Elena Delle Donne at St. John’s, 1/2/13 12............................................................ Molly Larkin vs. Hofstra, 3/9/93 12................................................. Merel van Zanten vs. Princeton, 1/3/94 12........................................................Shanda Piggott vs. Hofstra, 2/2/97 12.....................................................Shandon Piggott vs. Navy, 11/14/97 12..................................................Danielle Leyfert vs. Canisius, 12/20/98 12........................................ Cindy Johnson vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 12/20/00

Molly Larkin tallied 12 free throws against Hofstra on March 9,m 1993.

Marian Moorer recorded 17 made free throws during a game in 1987.

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SINGLE GAME LEADERS 12.......................................................Danielle Leyfert vs. Maine, 1/25/01 12......................................... Cindy Johnson vs. New Hampshire, 1/27/01 12...............................................Allison Trapp vs. Old Dominion, 3/15/03 12..............................................Tyresa Smith vs. James Madions, 2/22/07 12............................................Kyle DeHaven vs. Delaware State, 11/9/07 12.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 3/12/10 12........................................Elena Delle Donne vs. West Virginia, 3/24/13 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 19............................................. Shanda Piggott vs. Northeastern, 1/26/97 19.................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. William & Mary, 2/13/11 18.........................................................Marian Moorer vs. Rider, 2/28/87 17.......................................................Danielle Leyfert vs. Maine, 1/25/01 17......................................... Cindy Johnson vs. New Hampshire, 1/27/01 17................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 3/3/10 16.........................................Joyce Perry (Starkey) vs. Federal City, 3/8/73 16.......................................................Shanda Piggott vs. Navy, 11/14/97 16........................................................... Tyresa Smith vs. Penn, 11/29/06 15..............................................Tyresa Smith vs. James Madison, 2/22/07 15...........................................................Lauren Carra vs. Hofstra, 1/2/11 15................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 1/29/12 15................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Hofstra, 2/16/12 15.......................................... Lauren Carra vs. St. Bonaventure, 11/28/12 14................................................... Donna Werner vs. Kutztown, 2/17/83 14........................................................ Danielle Leyfert vs. Navy, 12/7/98 14..................................................Danielle Leyfert vs. Canisius, 12/20/98 14.................................................. Danielle Leyfert vs. Boston U., 1/30/99 14................................. Cindy Johnson vs. George Washington, 11/10/00 14........................................ Cindy Johnson vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 12/20/00 14.........................................Corinthia Benison vs. George Mason, 1/6/08 14..................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/20/11 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 7....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. James Madison, 2/18/10 6............................................... Megan Dellegrotti vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 6................................................. Megan Dellegrotti vs. Princeton, 12/1/02 6......................................... Alena Koshansky vs. George Mason, 12/4/05 6.....................................................Alena Koshansky vs. UNCW, 2/15/07 6........................................................... Tesia Harris vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09 5......................................................... Linda Cyborski vs. Drexel, 1/10/91 5...............................................................Jen Lipinski vs. Maine, 1/17/93 5...................................................... Bev Santee vs. St. Joseph’s, 11/28/94 5................................................................ Bev Santee vs. Hofstra, 2/5/95 5.................................................... Keisha McFadgion vs. Maine, 2/13/97 5.............................................................Tesia Harris vs. UNCW, 3/13/08 5.............................................................Tesia Harris vs. Towson, 2/22/09 5................................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. UNCW, 1/14/10 THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 16............................................. Megan Dellegrotti vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 11.......................................................... Bev Santee vs. Vermont, 2/12/95 11.................................................... Keisha McFadgion vs. Maine, 1/2/96 11............................................. Keisha McFadgion vs. Boston U., 12/7/96 11............................................ Megan Dellegrotti vs. American, 12/17/00 11......................................................... Kyle DeHaven vs. UMES, 12/6/07 10................................................ Megan Dellegrotti vs. Vermont, 2/13/99 10.......................................... Kyle DeHaven vs. Boston College, 11/20/07 10.................................................. Elena Delle Donne vs. Drexel, 1/17/10 10....................................... Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion, 3/13/10 10............................................... Lauren Carra vs. Georgetown, 11/11/12 9................................................... Megan Dellegrotti vs. Maine, 12/10/00 9................................................. Megan Dellegrotti vs. Princeton, 12/2/01 9....................................................... Megan Dellegrotti vs. Penn, 1/29/02 9................................................................ Tesia Harris vs. Drexel, 1/4/09 9...............................................................Tesia Harris vs. Towson, 2/1/09 9.......................................................... Lauren Carra vs. Towson, 1/19/12

TOP OPPONENT PERFORMANCES SCORING Pts. Name...........................Team............................Date 43 Cindy Blodgett.....................Maine.............................. 2/8/98 41 Tesha Tinsley.......................Northeastern.................... 1/9/99 40 Jennifer Walz......................Bucknell......................... 2/21/89 38 Dawn Evans........................James Madison............... 2/18/10 37 Marguerite Moran...............Hofstra........................... 2/25/89 36 Jamie Cassidy.....................Maine............................ 1/27/00 35 Margaret Diaz.....................Mt. St. Mary’s............... 12/19/82 35 Marilyn Stephens.................Temple........................... 2/10/83 35 Debbi Oraczewski...............Towson................ 2/1/86 (at DFH) 35 Kathy Phillips.......................Penn State.................... 11/29/91 35 Orsi Farkas.........................New Hampshire.............. 1/29/00 35 Shareese Grant...................Old Dominion................. 3/12/05 35 Sugar Rodgers.....................Georgetown................. 11/11/12 34 Tara Heiss...........................Maryland....................... 1/24/76 34 Cindy Blodgett.....................Maine.............................. 1/2/96 33 D. Burdick...........................Immaculata.................... 2/11/78 33 Tesha Tinsley.......................Northeastern.................. 2/19/98 32 Linda DiGiuseppantonio.......Rider................................ 2/2/86 32 Jeanine Radice....................Fordham...................... 12/29/88 32 Kirsten Brendel....................Penn........................ 12/12/2/89 32 Keyburn McCusker...............Massachusetts................. 12/8/90 32 Alicia Charles......................Boston U........................ 12/7/96 32 Karalyn Church...................Vermont......................... 12/9/99 32 Jen Brickley.........................Hofstra............................. 1/5/03 32 Angel McCoughtry...............Louisville...................... 11/23/07 REBOUNDS Reb. Name...........................Team............................Date 22 Norma Kelly........................Towson........................... 2/20/84 21 Sharon Bay.........................Vermont......................... 3/12/93 20 Kia Cooper.........................American..................... 12/12/84 20 Alexis Meredith...................James Madison............... 3/10/07 19 Katasha Artis.......................Northeastern.................. 2/18/94 19 Heather Ernest.....................Maine............................ 1/25/01 18 Vicki Warehime...................Towson State...................1987-88 18 Leslie Schlegel.....................Hofstra........................... 1/26/91 18 Kirsten Ellison......................Bucknell..........................1988-89 18 Katrina Wheeler..................Towson........................... 2/28/10 17 Terri Guman........................Lehigh.............................1981-82 17 Ethelda Makoid...................Drexel.............................1982-83 17 Shneice Perry......................Towson........................... 2/14/98 17 Mikki Miller.........................Drexel.............................. 3/2/00 17 Quanitra Hollingsworth........VCU................................ 2/7/08

Corinthia Benison made 14 trips to the charity stripe against George Mason on Jan. 6, 2008.

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ALL-TIME HONORS WNBA DRAFT PICKS Tyresa Smith............... 2007......... Phoenix (2nd Round) Elena Delle Donne....... 2013...... Chicago (2nd Overall)

KODAK/WBCA ALL-REGION II Tyresa Smith.................................................... 2007 Elena Delle Donne........................ 2010; 2012; 2013

HONDA COLLEGIATE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR FINALIST Elena Delle Donne............................................ 2013

ALL-ECAC Elena Delle Donne..... 1st Team/Player of Year.... 2010 Elena Delle Donne............... 2nd Team.............. 2011 Elena Delle Donne..... 1st Team/Player of Year.... 2010 Elena Delle Donne..... 1st Team/Player of Year.... 2013

HONDA NATIONAL WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Elena Delle Donne............................................ 2013 HONDA INSPIRATION AWARD Elena Delle Donne............................................ 2012 USA BASKETBALL WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES GOLD MEDALIST Elena Delle Donne............................................ 2011 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICAN Elena Delle Donne............ 3rd Team.................. 2010 Elena Delle Donne ....Honorable Mention........... 2011 Elena Delle Donne ........... 1st Team................... 2012 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team................... 2013

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN OF YEAR Elena Delle Donne.................................. 2012; 2013 COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA Lori Howard.................... 3rd Team.................. 1980 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team......... 2012; 2013 COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT Lori Howard.................... 1st Team................... 1980 Lisa Cano........................2nd Team.................. 1988 Denise Wojciech.............. 1st Team................... 1999 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team......... 2012; 2013 SENIOR CLASS AWARD Elena Delle Donne............................................ 2013

WBCA STATE FARM ALL-AMERICA Elena Delle Donne.....Honorable Mention........... 2010 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team................... 2012 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team................... 2013

NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR Cindy Johnson.............. State Winner................ 2001 Elena Delle Donne......... CAA Winner................ 2013

JOHN WOODEN ALL-AMERICA Elena Delle Donne ........... 1st Team................... 2012 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team................... 2013

CAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM Tiara Malcom............................................. 2001-05 Tyresa Smith............................................... 2003-07

USBWA ALL-AMERICA Elena Delle Donne ........... 1st Team................... 2012 Elena Delle Donne............ 1st Team................... 2013

CONFERENCE MVP / PLAYER OF THE YEAR Sarah Gause.......................ECC...................... 1985 Jen Riley..............................ECC...................... 1991 Jen Riley....................... America East................ 1992 Tiara Malcom..................... CAA...................... 2005 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA...................... 2010 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA...................... 2012 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA...................... 2013

COLLEGE SPORTS MADNESS ALL-AMERICA Elena Delle Donne ........... 1st Team................... 2012 Elena Delle Donne............2nd Team.................. 2013 EAIAW DIVISION II ALL-REGION Lori Howard................................ 1979, 1980, 1981

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CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Allison Trapp...................... CAA...................... 2003

Cindy Johnson

Tyresa Smith....................... CAA............ 2006, 2007 Kyle DeHaven..................... CAA...................... 2008 CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Julie Sailer.......................... CAA...................... 2002 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA...................... 2010 CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR Joyce Perry..........................ECC.. 1983-84, 1988-89 Tina Martin................... America East................ 2001 Tina Martin......................... CAA............ 2005, 2012 ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS FIRST TEAM Cynthia Phipps.....................ECC...................... 1984 Donna Werner.....................ECC...................... 1984 Sarah Gause.......................ECC...................... 1985 Meg McDowell.....................ECC............ 1985, 1986 Sharon Wisler .....................ECC............ 1988, 1990 Debbie Eaves.......................ECC...................... 1989 Jen Riley .............................ECC...................... 1991 Colleen McNamara....... America East................ 1995 Cindy Johnson.............. America East...... 2000, 2001 Christina Rible.............. America East................ 2001 Allison Trapp...................... CAA...................... 2003 Tiara Malcom..................... CAA...................... 2005 Tyresa Smith....................... CAA............ 2006, 2007 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA.....‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 SECOND TEAM Cynthia Phipps.....................ECC...................... 1983 Lisa Cano............................ECC...................... 1987 Sharon Wisler......................ECC...................... 1989 Linda Cyborski.....................ECC...................... 1991 Colleen McNamara....... America East...... 1993, 1994 Merel van Zanten ......... America East................ 1994 Denise Wojciech........... America East ............... 1996 Shanda Piggott ............ America East ............... 1998 Danielle Leyfert............. America East ..1999, ‘00, ‘01 Cindy Johnson.............. America East ............... 1999 Megan Dellegrotti............... CAA...................... 2002 Christina Rible.................... CAA...................... 2002 Tiara Malcom..................... CAA............ 2003, 2004 Lauren Carra...................... CAA...................... 2013 THIRD TEAM Keisha McFadgion........ America East................ 1998

Cynthia Phipps

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ALL-TIME HONORS Christina Rible.............. America East................ 2000 Tiffany Young...................... CAA...................... 2005 Chrissy Fisher..................... CAA...................... 2007 Tesia Harris......................... CAA...................... 2009 Lauren Carra...................... CAA............ 2011, 2012 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Allison Trapp...................... CAA............ 2002, 2003 Tyresa Smith....................... CAA.. 2005, 2006, 2007 Kyle DeHaven..................... CAA...................... 2007 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA.. 2010, 2012, 2013 ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Debbie Eaves.......................ECC...................... 1987 Colleen McNamara....... America East................ 1992 Denise Wojciech........... America East ............... 1993 Anette Percy................. America East ............... 1995 Jackie Porac................. America East ............... 1996 Danielle Leyfert............. America East ............... 1997 Cindy Johnson.............. America East ............... 1997 Megan Dellegrotti......... America East ............... 1998 Julie Sailer.......................... CAA...................... 2002 Juliette Warren.................... CAA...................... 2003 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA...................... 2010 CONFERENCE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Linda Cyborski.....................ECC...................... 1991 Jen Riley....................... America East................ 1992 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA............ 2012, 2013 CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM Megan Dellegrotti............... CAA...................... 2002 Christina Rible.................... CAA...................... 2002 Julie Sailer.......................... CAA............... 2003, ‘05 Alena Koshansky................ CAA.........2005, ‘06, ‘07 Jamie Mundy...................... CAA...................... 2007 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA.....‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Kayla Miller........................ CAA.........2010, ‘11, ‘12 Meghan McLean................. CAA.........2010, ‘11, ‘12 Chelsea Craig..................... CAA.........2011, ‘12, ‘13 Stephanie Leon................... CAA...................... 2013 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP Cindy Johnson.............. America East................ 2001 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA............ 2012, 2013

Jen Riley

CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Jen Riley....................... America East................ 1992 Cindy Johnson.............. America East................ 2001 Allison Trapp...................... CAA...................... 2003 Tiara Malcom..................... CAA............... 2003, ‘05 Tiffany Young...................... CAA...................... 2005 Tyresa Smith....................... CAA...................... 2007 Elena Delle Donne............... CAA.....‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Lauren Carra...................... CAA...................... 2012 Akeema Richards................ CAA...................... 2012 Trumae Lucas...................... CAA...................... 2013 UD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION TEAM MVP Karen Conlin.............................................. 1976-77 Sharon Howett............................................ 1977-78 Lori Howard............................................... 1978-79 Lori Howard............................................... 1979-80 Lori Howard............................................... 1980-81 Cheryl Gittings............................................ 1981-82 Linny Price.................................................. 1982-83 Donna Werner............................................ 1983-84 Meg McDowell............................................ 1984-85 Meg McDowell............................................ 1985-86 Marian Moorer........................................... 1986-87 Lisa Cano................................................... 1987-88 Debbie Eaves.............................................. 1988-89 Debbie Eaves.............................................. 1989-90 Jennifer Riley.............................................. 1990-91 Jennifer Riley.............................................. 1991-92 Molly Larkin................................................ 1992-93 Colleen McNamara..................................... 1993-94 Colleen McNamara..................................... 1994-95 Denise Wojciech/Cami Ruck........................ 1995-96 Shanda Piggott........................................... 1996-97 Danielle Leyfert........................................... 1997-98 Danielle Leyfert........................................... 1998-99 Cindy Johnson............................................ 1999-00 Cindy Johnson............................................ 2000-01 Megan Dellegrotti,...................................... 2001-02 Allison Trapp.............................................. 2002-03 Tiara Malcom............................................. 2003-04 Tiara Malcom............................................. 2004-05 Tyresa Smith............................................... 2005-06 Tyresa Smith............................................... 2006-07 Kyle DeHaven............................................. 2007-08

Linny Price

Tesia Harris................................................. 2008-09 Elena Delle Donne....................................... 2009-10 Elena Delle Donne....................................... 2010-11 Elena Delle Donne....................................... 2011-12 Elena Delle Donne....................................... 2012-13 UD OUTSTANDING FEMALE SENIOR ATHLETE Sharon Howett............................................ 1977-78 Lori Howard............................................... 1980-81 Colleen McNamara..................................... 1994-95 Cindy Johnson............................................ 2000-01 Megan Dellegrotti....................................... 2001-02 Tiara Malcom............................................. 2004-05 Tyresa Smith............................................... 2006-07 Elena Delle Donne....................................... 2012-13 MARY ANN HITCHENS AWARD Alena Koshansky........................................ 2006-07 Chelsea Craig............................................. 2012-13 UD TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Tracy Howell............................................... 2003-04 Tiffany Young.............................................. 2004-05 Karleena Tobin............................................ 2005-06 Alena Koshansky........................................ 2006-07 Kyle DeHaven............................................. 2007-08 Ethlynne Thomas......................................... 2008-09 Meghan McLean......................................... 2009-10 Chelsea Craig............................................. 2010-11 Chelsea Craig............................................. 2011-12 Chelsea Craig............................................. 2012-13 UD ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Candy Cashel.................................................. 2006 Mary Ann Hitchens............ Coach..................... 1999 Lori Howard.................................................... 2001 Sharon Howett................................................. 2000 Annie Igo........................................................ 2011 Cindy Johnson................................................. 2008 Colleen McNamara.......................................... 2003 Joyce Perry........................ Coach..................... 2004 Paula Petrie..................................................... 2007 Jennifer Riley................................................... 2007 Sue Sowter Stauffer.......................................... 2007 Tiara Malcom.................................................. 2012

Mary Ann Hitchens and Chelsea Craig

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CAA TOURNEY RECORDS Overall: 19-10 | First Round: 2-2 | Quarterfinals: 10-0 | Semifinals: 5-5 | Finals: 2-3 Date March 7, 2002 March 8, 2002 March 13, 2003 March 14, 2003 March 15, 2003 March 11, 2004 March 12, 2004 March 10, 2005 March 11, 2005 March 12, 2005 March 9, 2006 March 10, 2006 March 9, 2007 March 10, 2007 March 13, 2008 March 12, 2009 March 11, 2010 March 12, 2010 March 13, 2010 March 10, 2011 March 11, 2011 March 12, 2011 March 13, 2011 March 9, 2012 March 10, 2012 March 11, 2012 March 15, 2013 March 16, 2013 March 17, 2013

Round Game Quarterfinal Delaware def. Drexel Semifinal UNC Wilmington def. Delaware Quarterfinal Delaware def. Drexel Semifinal Delaware def. Virginia Commonwealth Final Old Dominion def. Delaware Quartefinal Delaware def. UNCW Semifinal Old Dominion def. Delaware Quarterfinal Delaware def. Virginia Commonwealth Semifinal Delaware def. James Madison Final Old Dominion def. Delaware (OT) Quarterfinal Delaware def. Northeastern Semifinal James Madison def. Delaware Quarterfinal Delaware def. Virginia Commonwealth Semifinal James Madison def. Delaware 1st Round UNC Wilmington def. Delaware 1st Round Towson def. Delaware 1st Round Delaware def. George Mason Quarterfinal Delaware def. Drexel (OT) Semifinal Old Dominion def. Delaware 1st Round Delaware def. Northeastern Quarterfinal Delaware def. Old Dominion Semifinal Delaware def. UNCW Final James Madison def. Delaware Quarterfinal Delaware def. Old Dominion Semifinal Delaware def. UNCW Final Delaware def. Drexel Quarterfinal Delaware def. UNCW Semifinal Delaware def. Hofstra Final Delaware def. Drexel

Delaware vs. Opponents Opponent Record Drexel 5-0 Georgia State 0-0 George Mason 1-0 Hofstra 1-0 James Madison 1-3 Northeastern 2-0 Old Dominion 2-4 Towson 0-1 UNC Wilmington 4-2 Virginia Commonwealth 3-0 William & Mary 0-0

Score 72-63 65-60 68-51 63-42 66-58 65-59 73-62 71-56 62-57 78-74 55-45 61-59 79-58 67-56 59-56 40-37 58-41 67-61 50-49 74-66 72-55 62-47 67-61 74-54 66-39 59-43 51-43 75-54 59-56

Site ODU Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Va. ODU Fieldhouse, Norfolk, Va. Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Va. Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Va. Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Va. Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Va. Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, Va. Patriot Center, Fairfax, Va. Patriot Center, Fairfax, Va. Patriot Center, Fairfax, Va. Patriot Center, Fairfax, Va. Patriot Center, Fairfax, Va. Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Del. Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Del. Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Del. JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Va. JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Va. JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Va. JMU Convocation Center, Harrisonburg, Va. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md. Show Place Arena, Upper Marlboro, Md.

Delaware at the Arenas Venue Record ODU Fieldhouse 1-1 Constant Convocation Center 3-2 Patriot Center 3-2 Bob Carpenter Center 1-2 JMU Convocation Center 2-2 Show Place Arena 9-1

Delaware - By Seed Seed No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 No. 8 No. 9 No. 10 No. 11 No. 12

Delaware vs. 0-4 1-3 3-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 2-0 2-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

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CAA TOURNEY RECORDS Team Single-Game Records Delaware Points Scored 79, vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Mar. 9, 2007) Fewest Points Allowed 39, vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 10, 2012) Field Goals Made 31, vs. Hofstra (Mar. 16, 2013) Field Goals Attempted 79, vs. James Madison (Mar. 10, 2007) 3-Point FIeld Goals Made 9, vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 13, 2008) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 18, vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 13, 2008) Free Throws Made 29, vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) Free Throws Attempted 40, vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) Rebounds 51, vs. Drexel (Mar. 7, 2002) Assists 22, vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Mar. 10, 2005) Turnovers (fewest) 7, vs. Hofstra (Mar. 16, 2013) Blocked Shots 11, vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 12, 2011) Steals 23, vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Mar. 14, 2003)

Opponent 78, vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 37, vs. Towson (Mar. 12, 2009) 32, vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 69, vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 11, vs. James Madison (Mar. 13, 2011) 25, vs. Drexel (Mar. 17, 2013) 20, vs. James Madison (Mar. 10, 2007) 27, vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Mar. 9, 2007) 27, vs. James Madison (Mar. 10, 2007) 56, vs. James Madison (Mar. 10, 2007) 18, vs. James Madison (Mar. 11, 2005) 18, vs. Northeastern (Mar. 10, 2011) 10, vs. UNCW (Mar. 16, 2013) 11, vs. James Madison (Mar. 11, 2005) 18, vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 11, 2004)

Individual Single-Game Records Delaware Opponent Points Scored 31, Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 11, 2011) 35, Shareese Grant vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) Field Goals Made 11, Christina Rible vs. Drexel (Mar. 7, 2002) 15, Shareese Grant vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 11, Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 11, 2011) Field Goals Attempted 25, Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 11, 2011) 24, Jessica Copskey vs. Drexel (Mar. 7, 2002) 3-Point Field Goals Made 3, Alena Koshansky vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 11, 2004) 6, Dawn Evans vs. James Madison (Mar. 13, 2011) 3, Alena Koshansky vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Mar. 10, 2005) 3, Kyle DeHaven vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 13, 2008) 3, Meghan McLean vs. Northeastern (Mar. 10, 2011) 3, Lauren Carra vs. Drexel (Mar. 11, 2012) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 10, Elena Delle Donne vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 13, 2010) 12, Jessica Copskey vs. Drexel (Mar. 7, 2002) 12, TJ Jordan vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 12, Hollie Mershon vs. Drexel (Mar. 11, 2012) Free Throws Made 13, Tiara Malcolm vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 8, Jewel Tunstull vs. Northeastern (Mar. 10, 2011) Free Throws Attempted 16, Tiara Malcolm vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2005) 10, Katrina Wheeler vs. Towson (Mar. 12, 2009) 10, Jewel Tunstull vs. Northeastern (Mar. 10, 2011) Rebounds 14, Chrissy Fisher vs. Northeastern (Mar. 9, 2006) 20, Meredith Alexis vs. James Madison (Mar. 10, 2007) Assists 7, Tyresa Smith vs. Virginia Commonwealth (Mar. 10, 2005) 9, Hollie Mershon vs. Drexel (Mar. 17, 2013) Blocked Shots 7, Elena Delle Donne vs. UNC Wilmington (Mar. 12, 2011) 8, Meredith Alexis vs. James Madison (Mar. 11, 2005) Steals 6, Tyresa Smith vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2004) 8, Max Nhassengo vs. Old Dominion (Mar. 12, 2004)

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NCAA TOURNEY RECORDS Overall: 3-4 | First Round: 2-2 | Second Round: 1-1 | Sweet 16: 0-1 Date Mar. 16, 2001 Mar. 18, 2007 Mar. 18, 2012 Mar. 20, 2012 Mar. 24, 2013 Mar. 26, 2013 Mar. 30, 2013

Round Game First N.C. State def. Delaware First Michigan State def. Delaware First Delaware def. Arkansas-Little Rock Second Kansas def. Delaware First Delaware def. West Virginia Second Delaware def. North Carolina Sweet 16 Kentucky def. Delaware

Score 76-57 69-58 73-42 70-64 66-53 78-69 69-62

Site Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh, N.C. Breslin Center, East Lansing, Mich. Jack Stephens Center, Little Rock, Ark. Jack Stephens Center, Little Rock, Ark. Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Del. Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Del. Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, Conn.

Team Single-Game Records Delaware Points Scored 78, vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) Fewest Points Allowed 42, vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) Field Goals Made 28, vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) Field Goals Attempted 74, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 3-Point FIeld Goals Made 7, vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 15, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) Free Throws Made 26, vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) Free Throws Attempted 32, vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) Rebounds 43, vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) Assists 12, vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) Turnovers (fewest) 7, vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) Blocked Shots 5, vs. West Virginia (Mar. 24, 2013) Steals 15, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007)

Opponent 76, vs. N.C. State (Mar. 16, 2001) 56, vs. N.C. State (Mar. 16, 2001) 31, vs. N.C. State (Mar. 16, 2001) 62, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 62, vs. Kentucky (Mar. 30, 2013) 7, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 7, vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) 7, vs. Kentucky (Mar. 30, 2013) 24, vs. Kentucky (Mar. 30, 2013) 18, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 23, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 54, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 16, vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 16, vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) 9, vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) 11, vs. N.C. State (Mar. 18, 2007) 10, vs. Kentucky (Mar. 30, 2013)

Individual Single-Game Records

Delaware Opponent Points Scored 39, Elena Delle Donne vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) 27, Angel Goodrich vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) Field Goals Made 14, Elena Delle Donne vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) 12, Angel Goodrich vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) Field Goals Attempted 28, Elena Delle Donne vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) 21, Angel Goodrich vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) 3-Point Field Goals Made 5, Elena Delle Donne vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) 5, Megan Buckland vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 9, Lauren Carra vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) 11, Taylor Palmer vs. West Virginia (Mar. 24, 2013) Free Throws Made 15, Elena Delle Donne vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) 6, Rene Hayes vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) Free Throws Attempted 18, Elena Delle Donne vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) 8, Rene Hayes vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) Rebounds 13, Danielle Parker vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) 11, Aishah Sutherland vs. Kansas (Mar. 20, 2012) 11, Samarie Walker vs. Kentucky (Mar. 30, 2013) Assists 5, Trumae Lucas vs. Arkansas-Little Rock (Mar. 18, 2012) 9, Tierra Ruffin-Pratt vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) Blocked Shots 4, Elena Delle Donne vs. West Virginia (Mar. 24, 2013) 6, Allyssa DeHaan vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 6, Waltiea Rolle vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013) Steals 5, Kyle DeHaven vs. Michigan State (Mar. 18, 2007) 4, Brittany Roundtree vs. North Carolina (Mar. 26, 2013)

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VS. TOP 25 OPPONENTS Rank #3 #3 #5 #7 #7 #8 #8 #9 #10 #11 #11 #11 #11 #13 #13 #13 #13 #14 #15 #17 #17 #17 #19 #19 #20 #20 #20 #22 #22 #23 #23 #25 #25 #25

Opponent (Site).............. Date............. Outcome Penn State (@).................... 11-29-91................. L 53-97 Maryland (A$)................... 11-13-07................. L 43-91 Maryland (A~)................... 12-29-11................. L 85-76 Kentucky (>)........................ 3-30-13.................. L 62-69 Maryland (A)...................... 2-22-78.................. L 49-84 Rutgers (%) ......................... 3-11-77.................. L 75-78 Maryland (H)....................... 1-21-78.................. L 52-62 Maryland (H)...................... 12-20-12................. L 53-69 Cheyney (A)........................ 1-17-80.................. L 36-92 Cheyney (%)......................... 3-9-77................... L 57-70 Penn State (A)...................... 2-16-79................ L 57-107 Auburn (!).......................... 12-21-85................. L 39-85 Penn State (H) .................... 11-17-11............... W 80-71 North Carolina (*)................ 3-26-13................ W 78-69 Cheyney (H)........................ 2-22-77.................. L 50-71 Penn State (H)...................... 2-18-78.................. L 65-76 Old Dominion (H)................ 1-27-08.................. L 37-76 Maryland (H)....................... 2-21-80................ L 42-100 Maryland (A)...................... 1-22-76.................. L 49-81 Vermont (A)......................... 1-29-93.................. L 60-83 Vermont (H)......................... 2-14-93.................. L 55-77 Vermont (A) ........................ 3-12-93.................. L 62-75 Duke (A)............................. 12-2-95.................. L 50-95 N.C. State (A)...................... 3-16-01.................. L 57-76 LaSalle (H)............................ 2-6-89................... L 63-67 Old Dominion (A)................ 2-10-02.................. L 45-72 Kentucky (^)....................... 11-24-06............... W 86-70 James Madison (H).............. 2-22-07................ W 77-67 James Madison (A).............. 1-25-07.................. L 65-73 Michigan State (!)................ 3-18-07.................. L 58-69 Arkansas (&)...................... 12-29-07................. L 49-62 Vermont (A)......................... 3-13-92.................. L 66-82 Old Dominion (H)................ 1-11-02.................. L 55-82 Bowling Green (A).............. 12-29-06................. L 59-70 4-29 all-time vs. Top 25

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Based on Associated Press Poll % = EAIAW Regionals at Temple, Philadelphia, PA ! = Virginia Tech Tournament, Blacksburg, VA ^ = Odwalla Classic Tournament, San Francisco, CA @ = St. Joseph’s Tournament, Philadelphia, PA $ = Preseason WNIT, second round ! = 2007 NCAA Tournament at Michigan State, first round & = Blue Sky Classic, Hanover, N.H. ~ = Maryland Terrapin Classic Championships, College Park, MD * = 2013 NCAA Tournament, Newark, Del., second round > = 2013 NCAA Tournament, Bridgeport, Conn., Sweet 16

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ATTENDANCE RECORDS LARGEST CROWD Attend. Opponent........................ Location......................... Date 8,733 at Maryland........................ Comcast Center.................. 12/29/11 8,596 vs. #7 Kentucky (NCAA).....Webster Bank (Bridgeport, Conn.)......3/30/13 6,780 at Michigan State..................Breslin Center..................... 3/18/07 5,702 at Maine............................... Alfond Arena....................... 2/8/98 5,098 James Madison............................BCC............................ 2/24/13 5,094 Drexel.........................................BCC.............................. 3/3/13 5,092 Georgia State..............................BCC.............................. 3/6/13 5,089 #9/8 Maryland............................BCC.......................... 12/20/12 5,043 Northeastern................................BCC............................ 2/26/12 5,021 Drexel.........................................BCC............................ 1/22/12 5,005 Hofstra........................................BCC.............................. 2/3/13 5,000 Drexel.................................... BCC – DH.......................... 3/3/93 5,000 Delaware State........................ BCC – DH...................... 11/22/96 5,000 Drexel.................................... BCC – DH........................ 1/27/99 5,000 Princeton................................ BCC – DH...................... 11/23/99 LARGEST ROAD CROWD Attend. Opponent........................ Location......................... Date 8,733 at Maryland........................ Comcast Center.................. 12/29/11 8,596 vs. #7 Kentucky (NCAA).....Webster Bank (Bridgeport, Conn.)......3/30/13 6,780 at Michigan State..................Breslin Center..................... 3/18/07 5,702 at Maine............................... Alfond Arena....................... 2/8/98 4,738 at James Madison…………..JMU Convocation Center...... 2/24/08 4,445 at Maine............................... Alfond Arena..................... 2/13/97 4,429 at Maine............................... Alfond Arena....................... 2/9/96 4,243 at Maine............................... Alfond Arena..................... 1/15/95 LARGEST HOME CROWD (BOB CARPENTER CENTER) Attend. Opponent.............. Single/Doubleheader............... Date 5,098 James Madison............................BCC............................ 2/24/13 5,094 Drexel.........................................BCC.............................. 3/3/13 5,092 Georgia State..............................BCC.............................. 3/6/13 5,089 #9/8 Maryland............................BCC.......................... 12/20/12 5,043 Northeastern.............................. Single........................... 2/26/12 5,021 Drexel....................................... Single........................... 1/22/12 5,005 Hofstra...................................... Single............................. 2/3/13 5,000 Drexel..........................................DH............................... 3/3/93 5,000 Delaware State..............................DH........................... 11/22/96 5,000 Drexel..........................................DH............................. 1/27/99 5,000 Princeton......................................DH........................... 11/23/99 4,824 George Mason........................... Single........................... 2/23/12 4,772 Old Dominion............................ Single........................... 2/11/05 4,738 Towson...................................... Single........................... 1/20/13 4,653 #13 North Carolina.................... NCAA.......................... 3/26/13 4,646 VCU.......................................... Single............................. 2/5/12 4,532 West Virginia............................. NCAA.......................... 3/24/13 4,382 Old Dominion............................ Single........................... 2/14/13 4,260 Drexel..........................................DH............................. 2/18/96 4,217 Delaware State..............................DH............................. 12/4/93 4,212 George Mason........................... Single........................... 1/10/13 4,208 Drexel..........................................DH............................... 2/5/94 4,151 UNCW...................................... Single........................... 1/24/13 4,111 Old Dominion............................ Single............................. 2/9/12 4,029 Princeton................................... Single........................... 12/9/12 3,804 Towson...................................... Single............................. 1/5/12 3,795 Drexel..........................................DH............................. 2/28/95 3,606 Georgia State............................ Single........................... 2/14/10 3,596 St. Bonaventure.......................... Single......................... 11/28/12 3,583 Northeastern.............................. Single........................... 1/29/13 3,552 UNCW...................................... Single........................... 1/12/11 3,516 James Madison.......................... Single........................... 2/20/11 3,510 Hofstra...................................... Single........................... 1/26/12 3,390 Providence................................. Single......................... 11/20/12

3,365 William & Mary......................... Single........................... 12/4/11 3,352 Penn State.................................. Single......................... 11/17/11 3,243 Saint Joseph’s............................. Single......................... 12/22/10 3,229 Lehigh..........................................DH............................... 1/5/94 3,211 Rhode Island.............................. Single........................... 1/11/92 3,142 Northeastern.............................. Single........................... 2/25/10 3,137 Drexel....................................... Single........................... 1/17/10 3,040 Navy......................................... Single......................... 12/11/09 3,014 Old Dominion............................ Single........................... 2/19/06 3,005 James Madison.......................... Single........................... 2/22/07 2,938 Massachusetts............................ Single......................... 12/30/09 2,965 Hofstra.........................................DH............................... 2/7/96 2,901 Old Dominion............................ Single......................................... 1/3/10 2,810 James Madison.......................... Single........................... 3/10/07 2,805 Towson...................................... Single........................... 1/28/10 2,751 Princeton......................................DH............................... 1/3/94 2,642 Old Dominion............................ Single........................... 1/11/02 LARGEST HOME CROWD (DELAWARE FIELD HOUSE) Attend. Opponent.............. Single/Doubleheader............... Date 2,561 George Mason..............................DH............................... 3/4/92 LARGEST HOME SEASON ATTENDANCE (TOTAL) Attend...........Year 69,375.............. 2012-13 46,878.............. 2011-12 39,002.............. 2009-10 30,679.............. 2010-11 22,498.............. 1996-97 21,212.............. 2006-07 20,449.............. 1999-00 LARGEST HOME SEASON ATTENDANCE (AVERAGE) Attend...........Year 4,081................ 2012-13 3,906................ 2011-12 2,786................ 2009-10 2,191................ 2010-11 1,607................ 1996-97 1,461................ 1999-00 LARGEST TOTAL SEASON ATTENDANCE (TOTAL) Attend...........Year 103,865............ 2012-13 90,782.............. 2011-12 63,607.............. 2009-10 57,815.............. 2010-11 43,898.............. 2006-07

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ARENA RECORDS BOB CARPENTER CENTER YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Overall........... Conference 2012-13 15-2................... 9-0 (18-0 overall) 2011-12 12-0................... 9-0 (18-0 overall) 2010-11 9-5..................... 6-3 2009-10 11-3................... 7-2 2008-09 7-5..................... 5-4 2007-08 4-11................... 3-7* 2006-07 14-1................... 10-1* 2005-06 12-1................... 8-1 2004-05 10-3................... 7-2 2003-04 9-4..................... 6-3 2002-03 11-1................... 8-1 2001-02 11-1................... 8-1 2000-01 11-0................... 9-0 1999-00 13-1................... 8-1 1998-99 11-2................... 7-2 1997-98 4-6..................... 3-6 1996-97 4-9..................... 3-6 1995-96 6-6..................... 5-4 1994-95 5-6..................... 3-5 1993-94 7-7..................... 5-2 1992-93 10-3................... 5-2 TOTALS 196-77 (.718).. 134-53 (.717) *Regular & Tournament Conference Games LARGEST HOME SEASON ATTENDANCE (TOTAL) Attend. Year 69,375 2012-13 46,878 2011-12 39,002 2009-10 30,679 2010-11 22,498 1996-97 21,212 2006-07 20,449 1999-00 LARGEST HOME SEASON ATTENDANCE (AVERAGE) Attend. Year 4,081 2012-13 3,906 2011-12 2,786 2009-10 2,191 2010-11 1,607 1996-97 1,461 1999-00 TEAM RECORDS AT BCC Overall Record......................................................196-77 (21 seasons) Overall Conference Record (inc. postseason).134-53 (21 seasons) Overall Conference Postseason Record.................................... 1-2 Most Wins (Season)..................................................... 15-2, 2012-13 ........................................................................................... 14, 2006-07 ........................................................................................... 13, 1999-00 ........................................................................................... 12, 2011-12 ........................................................................................... 11, 1998-99 ........................................................................................... 11, 2000-01 ........................................................................................... 11, 2002-03 ........................................................................................... 11, 2009-10 Most Conference Wins (Season)..................................... 9, 2012-13 ............................................................................................. 9, 2011-12 ............................................................................................. 9, 2006-07 ............................................................................................. 9, 2000-01 ............................................................................................. 8, 1999-00 ............................................................................................. 8, 2001-02 ............................................................................................. 8, 2002-03

Best Record (Season)....................................... 1.000 (12-0), 2011-12 ............................................................................ 1.000 (11-0), 2000-01 Most Consecutive Wins.............................. 22, 1/12/00 – 12/29/01 Most Consecutive Losses.................................................. 7, 1996-97 ............................................................................................. 7, 2007-08 Biggest Margin of Victory......38 points (66-28 over Towson), 2/7/02 Biggest Losing Margin........ 42 points (47-89 loss to Maine), 1/18/97 Most UD Points Scored.......................91 vs. Morgan State, 12/20/99 ................................................................89 vs. Rhode Island, 11/11/11 ..................................................................89 vs. Northeastern, 2/26/12 .......................................................................86 vs. Boston U., 1/30/92 Most Opponent Points Scored.......................89 by Maine, 1/18/97 Most UD Points in a Half.............51 vs. Rhode Island (1st), 11/11/11 ...................................................... 48 vs. Morgan State (2nd), 12/20/99 ...........................................................................48 vs. Temple, 12/5/93 ................................................................ 48 vs. Princeton (1st), 12/1/01 Most Opponent Points in a Half...........47 by Drexel (2nd), 1/16/98 ...................................................................45 by Drexel (2nd), 2/28/95 .................................................................... 45 by Maine (1st), 1/18/97 Fewest UD Points Scored..37 vs. Old Dominion (37-76 loss), 1/27/08 .....................................................42 vs. St. John’s (42-48 loss), 3/17/05 ............................................ 42 vs. George Mason (42-52 loss), 2/10/08 ............................................................. 42 vs. VCU (42-37 win), 2/7/08 .....................................................43 vs. La Salle (43-54 loss), 11/28/07 Fewest Opponent Points Scored ....................................... 27 by George Mason (62-27 UD win), 1/10/13 .................................................... 28 by Towson (66-28 UD win), 2/7/02 Fewest UD Points in a Half................. 13 vs. La Salle (1st), 11/28/07 .........................................................14 vs. Old Dominion (1st), 1/27/08 ......................................................... 14 vs. Georgia State (1st), 2/28/08 .................................................................... 18 vs. Maine (1st), 1/18/97 .........................................................................18 vs. VCU (1st), 1/9/03 Most UD Rebounds............................. 59 vs. New Hampshire, 1/2/00 Fewest UD Rebounds.......................... 19 vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/03 Most Opponent Rebounds................ 56 by James Madison, 3/10/07 Field Goals Made...................................36 vs. Northeastern, 2/26/12 ............................................................................. 34 vs. Drexel, 2/4/01 ................................................................. 34 vs. Stony Brook, 11/30/04 ............................................................................. 33 vs. UNH, 2/20/99 ...............................................................33 vs. Morgan State, 12/20/99 Field Goals Attempted............................ 80 vs. Monmouth, 11/19/99 ..................................................................... 80 vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 ........................................................................... 79 vs. Maine, 2/24/95 .............................................................. 79 vs. James Madison, 3/10/07 Field Goals Att. (Both Teams)........ 153 vs. William & Mary, 1/27/02 Field Goal Percentage ................................ .592 by Drexel, 2/28/95 ............................................................ .574 by Old Dominion, 1/11/02 ................................................................... .566 by Delaware, 1/29/13 ...................................................................... .556 by UNCW, 1/17/08 ........................................................... .554 by New Hampshire, 1/8/98 ................................................................... .554 by Delaware, 2/19/00 Field Goal Percentage (UD)................ .566 vs. Northeaster, 1/29/13 ....................................................................... .554 vs. Towson, 2/19/00 ...................................................................... .551 vs. Towson, 1/28/10 ............................................................ .534 vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/13 ............................................................. .531 vs. Stony Brook, 11/30/04 .............................................................. .522 vs. Northeastern, 2/26/12 ...................................................................... .518 vs. Towson, 1/20/13 ........................................................................ .516 vs. Towson, 1/5/12 ............................................................................ .510 vs. VCU, 2/5/12 ......................................................................... .510 vs. Hofstra, 2/3/10 Three Point Field Goals (UD)................ 12 vs. Georgia State, 3/6/13 ..................................................................... 11 vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 .......................................................................... 11 vs. UNCW, 2/15/07 ........................................................................ 11 vs. Buffalo, 12/22/09

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ARENA RECORDS Three Point Field Goals (Opponent)... 11 by St. Joseph’s, 12/19/95 ........................................................................11 by La Salle, 12/18/01 Three Point Field Goals Att. (UD)............ 34 vs. Princeton, 11/23/99 Three Point Field Goals Att. (Opp.).............. 34 by Navy, 12/11/09 ......................................................................... 31 by Fairfield, 12/9/04 ............................................................................30 by Drexel, 1/17/10 ..................................................................... 30 by Villanova, 11/16/10 Free Throws Made......................................... 39 vs. Hartford, 2/7/97 Free Throws Attempted................................. 48 vs. Hartford, 2/7/97 Free Throw Percentage (UD).......... .955 vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/03 Free Throw Pct. (Opp.)........... 1.000 (10-10) by Maryland, 12/20/12 ................................................. 1.000 (10-10) by St. Joseph’s, 12/22/10 ........................................................... 1.000 (10-10) by Hofstra, 1/4/07 ......................................................... 1.000 (12-12) by Hofstra, 2/17/08 .......................................................... 1.000 (4-4) by La Salle, 12/13/09 Assists.................................................... 24 vs. Old Dominion, 2/14/13 ........................................................................24 vs. Lafayette, 12/6/94 Blocks.................................................................. 12 vs. Lehigh, 1/5/94 Steals...........................................................23 vs. Boston U., 12/10/06 ..............................................................................23 vs. VCU, 3/14/03 Turnovers............................34 by Drexel, 2/28/95 (Drexel won, 76-69) .......................................................................... 33 by Hofstra, 2/27/05 ........................................................................32 vs. Lafayette, 12/8/93 Personal Fouls................................................. 33 vs. Drexel, 2/18/96 .........................................................................31 vs. Vermont, 12/3/00 Personal Fouls (Both Teams)...................... 56 vs. Hartford, 12/1/00

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS AT BCC

TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES Points Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date 41 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................. 1/26/12 40 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................... Penn State............. 11/17/11 39 Elena Delle Donne (UD).......................Buffalo............... 12/22/09 38 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Towson................. 1/20/13 36 Elena Delle Donne (UD)....................... UMBC................ 11/12/10 35 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................... 2/3/13 35 Sugar Rodgers (Georgetown)................. UD.................. 11/11/12 35 Elena Delle Donne (UD)..................Georgia State............ 2/14/10 34 Elena Delle Donne (UD).....................Villanova.............. 11/16/10 34 Danielle Leyfert (UD)...................... Northeastern............. 2/19/98 34 Cindy Blodgett (Maine).......................... UD...................... 1/2/96 33 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................North Carolina........... 3/26/13 33 Elena Delle Donne (UD)..................West Virginia............ 3/24/13 33 Tesha Tinsley (Northeastern)................... UD.................... 2/19/98 33 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................. Rhode Island........... 11/11/11 32 Shanda Piggott (UD)...................... Northeastern............. 1/26/97 32 Tyresa Smith (UD)........................ James Madison........... 2/22/07 31 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Towson................... 3/2/11 31 Elena Delle Donne (UD)........................ VCU................... 2/24/11 30 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt (UNC)..................... Albany................. 3/24/13 30 Jamie Cassidy (Maine).......................... UD.................... 1/10/98 30 Tesha Tinsley (Northeastern)................... UD.................... 2/20/99 30 Tiara Malcom (UD)............................ Hofstra................. 2/27/05 29 Lauren Carra (UD)............................. Hofstra................... 1/2/11 29 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... UNCW................. 1/14/10 29 Tesia Harris (UD)................................ Towson................... 2/1/09 29 Liz Hayes (American)............................ UD.................. 11/17/06 29 Megan Dellegrotti (UD)...................... Princeton................ 12/1/02 29 Shauna Gerozin (Canisius).................... UD.................... 1/12/00 29 Kim Burke (Niagara)............................. UD.................. 11/30/95 28 Elena Delle Donne (UD)....................... Drexel.................... 3/3/13 28 Elena Delle Donne (UD)................ James Madison........... 2/24/13 28 Elena Delle Donne (UD)................. Old Dominion.............. 1/3/10 28 TJ Jordan (Old Dominion)...................... UD.................... 2/11/05

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Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................... 3/3/10 Elena Delle Donne (UD)....................... Drexel.................. 1/17/10 Tyresa Smith (UD).............................Villanova.............. 11/12/06 Allison Trap (UD)................................ Marist................ 12/23/02 Stacey Porrini (Maine)........................... UD.................... 2/24/95 Hollie Mershon (Drexel)......................... UD...................... 3/3/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD)................. Old Dominion............ 2/14/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................. Northeastern............. 1/29/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... UNCW................. 1/24/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................George Mason............. 2/8/12 Tesia Harris (UD)..........................William & Mary............. 2/4/10 Elena Delle Donne (UD)........................Navy................ 12/11/09 Stefanie Murphy (Boston Coll)................ UD.................. 11/20/07 Jen Daniels (George Mason).................. UD.................... 1/16/05 Mykeema Ford (Stony Brook)................. UD.................. 11/30/04 Cindy Johnson (UD)........................... Hofstra................. 1/19/99 Kari Greenbaum (Vermont).................... UD.................... 2/12/95 Bev Santee (UD)................................ Lafayette................ 12/6/94 Merel van Zenten (UD)......................Boston U................ 2/20/94 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................... Richmond............... 3/18/10 Tesia Harris (UD)............................ Northeastern............. 2/25/10 Jessica Fortman (Buffalo)....................... UD.................. 12/22/09 Vanessa Kabongo (UD).................George Mason........... 1/25/09 Chrissy Fisher (UD)............................American............. 11/17/06 Tiara Malcom (UD)...................... James Madison........... 1/30/05 Heather Ernest (Maine).......................... UD.................... 1/25/01 Danielle Leyfert (UD)............................Navy.................. 12/7/98 Bev Santee (UD)............................. Northeastern............. 2/18/94 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... UMBC.................. 1/20/93

TOP REBOUNDING PERFORMANCES Reb. Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date 20 Meredith Alexis (James Mad.)................ UD.................... 3/10/07 19 Heather Ernest (Maine).......................... UD.................... 1/25/01 19 Katasha Artis (Northeastern).................. UD.................... 2/18/94 18 Elena Delle Donne (UD)....................... Drexel.................... 2/6/11 18 Shanda Piggott (UD).....................Delaware State......... 11/22/96 17 Quanitra Hollingsworth (VCU)............... UD...................... 2/7/08 17 Shneice Perry (Towson).......................... UD.................... 2/14/98 17 Marisa Shackelford (UD)................ Northeastern............. 2/20/94 17 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... UMBC.................... 1/2/93 16 Tianna Hawkins (Maryland)................... UD.................. 12/20/12 16 Stefanie Murphy (Boston Col)................. UD.................. 11/20/07 16 Tyresa Smith (UD).............................. Towson................. 2/17/06 16 Tiara Malcom (UD)...................... James Madison........... 1/30/03 16 Shanda Piggott (UD).........................Boston U................ 2/27/97 16 Kathy Caldwell (New Hamp).................. UD.................... 2/15/97 16 Shanda Piggott (UD)...................... Northeastern............. 1/26/97 16 Stacey Porrini (Maine)........................... UD...................... 1/2/96 16 Jackie Porac (UD).......................... Towson State............. 12/9/95 16 Colleen McNamara (UD)...................Boston U.................. 3/6/94 16 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... Lehigh.................... 1/5/94 15 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................George Mason............. 2/8/10 15 Tamera Young (James Mad)................... UD.................... 1/30/05 15 Christina Rible (UD)............................ Drexel.................... 2/4/01 15 Danielle Leyfert (UD)........................... Maine.................. 1/25/01 15 Christina Rible (UD)......................Delaware State............. 1/3/01 15 Tesha Tinsley (Northeastern)................... UD...................... 2/1/99 15 Tracy Whitling (UD)............................ Drexel.................. 1/13/98 15 Natasha Rezek (Penn)........................... UD.................... 1/16/96 15 Colleen McNamara (UD)...................Boston U................ 2/20/94 15 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... Drexel.................... 2/5/94 15 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... Drexel.................... 3/3/93 15 Caprice Hightower (UMBC)................... UD.................. 12/12/92

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ARENA RECORDS MOST FGM 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

FIELD GOALS MADE Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Towson................... 1/5/12 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................... Penn State............. 11/17/11 Elena Delle Donne (UD)..................Georgia State............ 2/14/10 Elena Delle Donne (UD).......................Buffalo............... 12/22/09 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Towson................. 1/20/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD)....................... UMBC................ 11/12/10 Stefanie Murphy (Boston Col)................. UD.................. 11/20/07 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................. 2/28/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................. Rhode Island........... 11/11/11 Cindy Blodgett (Maine).......................... UD...................... 1/2/96 Kim Burke (Niagara)............................. UD.................. 11/30/95 Hollie Mershon (Drexel)......................... UD...................... 3/3/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... UNCW................. 1/24/13 Sugar Rodgers (Georgetown)................. UD.................. 11/11/12 Elena Delle Donne (UD).....................Villanova.............. 11/16/10 Chrissy Fisher (UD)............................American............. 11/17/06 Tyresa Smith (UD).............................Villanova.............. 11/12/06 Stacy Porrini (Maine)............................. UD.................... 2/24/95 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... UMBC.................. 1/20/93

MOST FGM 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 24 24 24 24 23 23 23 23 23

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date Danyiell McKeller (Georgia St)............... UD.................... 2/14/10 Hollie Mershon (Drexel)......................... UD...................... 3/3/13 Elena Delle Donne (UD)....................... UMBC................ 11/12/10 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................North Carolina........... 3/26/13 Tarik Hislop (James Madison)................. UD.................... 2/24/13 Taysha Pye (William & Mary)................. UD...................... 2/4/10 Cindy Johnson (UD)............................ Maine.................. 1/25/01 Elena Delle Donne (UD)..................West Virginia............ 3/24/13 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt (UNC)..................... Albany................. 3/24/13 Tyresa Smith (UD)........................ James Madison........... 3/10/07 Tyresa Smith (UD).............................. UNCW................. 2/15/07 Shanna Price (James Mad).................... UD.................... 1/20/02 Elena Delle Donne (UD).....................Maryland............. 12/20/12 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................... Penn State............. 11/17/11 Elena Delle Donne (UD).......................Buffalo............... 12/22/09 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... Maine.................. 2/24/95 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... UMBC.................. 1/20/93

MOST FTM 16 16 15 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12

FREE THROWS MADE Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................... 3/3/10 Shanda Piggott (UD)...................... Northeastern............. 1/26/97 Elena Delle Donne (UD).................... Penn State............. 11/17/11 Lauren Carra (UD)............................. Hofstra................... 1/2/11 Tiara Malcom (UD)............................ Hofstra................. 2/27/05 Elena Delle Donne (UD)................ James Madison........... 2/20/11 Heather Weindorfer (Hartford)............... UD.................... 2/10/95 Elena Delle Donne (UD)..................West Virginia............ 3/24/13 Kyle DeHaven (UD).......................Delaware State........... 11/9/07 Tyresa Smith (UD)........................ James Madison........... 2/22/07 Cindy Johnson (UD).....................New Hampshire........... 1/27/01 Danielle Leyfert (UD)........................... Maine.................. 1/25/01 Merel van Zanten (UD)...................... Princeton.................. 1/3/94

MOST FTA 20 20 19 17 17 17

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date Ali Berlin (Lafayette).............................. UD.................. 11/16/98 Heather Weindorfer (Hartford)............... UD.................... 2/10/95 Shanda Piggott (UD)...................... Northeastern............. 1/26/97 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................... 3/3/10 Cindy Johnson (UD).....................New Hampshire........... 1/27/01 Danielle Leyfert (UD)........................... Maine.................. 1/25/01

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Lauren Carra (UD)....................... St. Bonaventure......... 11/28/12 Lauren Carra (UD)............................. Hofstra................... 1/2/11 Tyresa Smith (UD)........................ James Madison........... 2/22/07 Tiara Malcom (UD)............................ Hofstra................. 2/27/05 Merel van Zanten (UD).......................Prineton.................. 1/3/94

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 3FGM Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date 7 Liz Hayes (American)............................ UD.................. 11/17/06 7 TJ Jordan (Old Dominion)...................... UD.................... 2/11/05 6 Tesia Harris (UD).................................Buffalo............... 12/22/09 6 Alena Koshansky (UD)........................ UNCW................. 2/15/07 6 Katie Meinhardt (Boston U).................... UD.................. 12/10/06 6 Jaye Marolla (William & Mary).............. UD.................... 1/27/02 6 Megan Dellegrotti (UD)...................... Princeton................ 12/1/01 6 Megan Dellegrotti (UD)...................... Princeton.............. 11/23/99 6 Kristen McCormick (Maine).................... UD.................... 2/18/99 6 Kristen Sullivan (St. Joe’s)....................... UD.................. 12/19/95 MOST 3FGA 16 13 13 12 12 12

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date Megan Dellegrotti (UD)...................... Princeton.............. 11/23/99 Lindsay Kimmel (Villanova).................... UD.................. 11/16/10 Kristen Sullivan (St. Joseph’s).................. UD.................. 12/19/95 Lindsey Lowrie (Albany).................North Carolina........... 3/24/13 Jen Daniels (George Mason).................. UD.................... 1/16/05 Jaye Marolla (William & Mary). UD...1/27/02

MOST ASSISTS Assists Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date 10 Dawn Evans (James Madison)................ UD.................... 1/14/09 10 Kate Achter (Bowling Green).................. UD.................. 12/21/07 9 Tierra Ruffin-Pratt (UNC)........................ UD.................... 3/26/13 9 Hollie Mershon (Drexel)......................... UD.................... 3/17/13 9 Trumae Lucas (UD).........................Georgia State.............. 3/6/13 9 Kayla Miller (UD)........................... Northeastern............. 1/29/13 9 Lauren Hall-Gregory (Hofstra)................ UD.................. 12/29/02 9 Jen Lipinski (UD)................................. UMBC.................. 1/20/93 MOST BLOCKS Blocks Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date 8 Waltiea Rolle (UNC)........................... Albany................. 3/24/13 8 Colleen McNamara (UD)..................... Lehigh.................... 1/5/94 7 Elena Delle Donne (UD)...................... Hofstra................... 3/3/10 7 K. Cesnaviciute (VCU)........................... UD.................... 2/13/05 7 Jamie Cassidy (Maine).......................... UD.................... 1/18/97 MOST STEALS Steals Name (Team)........................ Opponent................ Date 9 Kyle DeHaven (UD)........................ Northeastern............. 1/20/08 9 Kyle DeHaven (UD)........................... Boston U.............. 12/10/06 8 Kyle DeHaven (UD)........................Georgia State............ 2/28/08 8 Cindy Blodgett (Maine).......................... UD.................... 1/18/97 8 Julie Schmidt (Boston U)........................ UD.................... 1/20/95 8 Denise Wojciech (UD).......................... Penn................. 12/10/94 8 Denise Wojciech (UD)....................... Lafayette................ 12/6/94 8 Teya Eaton (New Hampshire)................. UD.................... 2/28/93 8 Katina Banks (Penn).............................. UD.................... 1/13/93

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ARENA RECORDS DELAWARE FIELD HOUSE TEAM RECORDS (1975-92) All-Time Record....................................................... 125-61 (.672 pct.) ECC Record................................................................. 43-16 (.729 pct.) NAC Record.................................................................... 4-4 (.500 pct.) Best Season Record..................................... 12-0 (1983-84, 1980-81) Best ECC Season Record............................................... 4-0 (1983-84) Worst Season Record................................................... 2-7 (1979-80) Most Consecutive Wins............................... 13 (11/22/83 – 3/1/84) Most Consecutive Losses............................... 8 (1/25/79 – 1/15/80) Largest Margin of Victory.....62 (71-9 win over Catonsville, 2/27/93) Largest Losing Margin........... 58 (42-100 loss to Maryland, 2/21/80) Most Points Scored..........104 (104-43 win over Lock Haven, 1/24/81) Most Points Allowed............ 100 (42-100 loss to Maryland, 2/21/80) INDIVIDUAL RECORDS (1975-92) Most Points Scored..................... 39, Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 Most Opponent Points Scored... 35, Deb Oraczewski (Towson), 2/1/86 Most Rebounds..................... 21, Lori Howard vs. West Chester, 2/5/81 Most Opponent Rebounds....... 20, Kia Cooper (American), 12/12/84 Most Field Goals Made.............. 16, Lori Howard vs. Temple, 1/27/81 Most Opponent FG Made........ 16, Deb Oraczewski (Towson), 2/1/86 Most Three-Point FG Made......5, Marguerite Moran (Hofstra), 2/1/89 Most Assists........................................ 11, Ellen Keane (Rider), 2/18/89 YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Overall.............Conference (ECC) 1991-92 9-6....................... 4-4 (NAC) 1990-91 6-5....................... 5-1 1989-90 11-2..................... 5-2 1988-89 10-2..................... 6-1 1987-88 11-2..................... 6-1 1986-87 5-6....................... 2-5 1985-86 8-3....................... 5-2 1984-85 10-5..................... 6-1 1983-84 12-0..................... 4-0 1982-83 7-5....................... 3-3 1981-82 6-5....................... n/a 1980-81 12-0..................... n/a 1979-80 2-7....................... n/a 1978-79 3-5....................... n/a 1977-78 4-2....................... n/a 1976-77 4-4....................... n/a 1975-76 5-2....................... n/a TOTALS 125-61 (.672)....43-16 (.729)

CARPENTER SPORTS BUILDING YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Overall 1974-75 6-1 1973-74 4-1 1972-73 5-2 1971-72 4-0 TOTALS 19-4 (.826)

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STAFF DIRECTORY head coach | fresno state ‘97 ‘99 | first season at dsu | first season overall as head coach

ADMINISTRATION MEDIA RELATIONS Eric Ziady Athletics Director athletics-dir@udel.edu Scott Selheimer Assistant Director of Athletics, Nancy Wick Administrative Assistant nwick@udel.edu Media Relations/Sports Info. Director selheime@udel.edu Samantha Huge Dep. Dir./Special Asst.to the President skhuge@udel.edu Kevin Tritt Assistant Sports Information Director ktritt@udel.edu ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT / ALUMNI RELATIONS Maggie Hayon Assistant Sports Information Director mhayon@udel.edu Tim Ford Senior Associate Director Jessica Calderone Sports Information Intern jesscald@udel.edu of Athletics/Development timford@udel.edu Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu Lauren Hylton Director of Annual Giving/Special Gifts lhylton@udel.edu MULTIMEDIA Phil Tribble Associate Director of Development ptribble@udel.edu Jimmy Smith Director of Multimedia jimsmith@udel.edu Ellen Reed Alumni Relations/Special Events Manager eereed@udel.edu Jim Lowery Multimedia Intern jlowery@udel.edu Diana Woodring Administrative Assistant diwood@udel.edu RECREATION ATHLETIC TRAINING Jake Olkkola Associate Director of Athletics, Dan Watson Assistant AD/Head Athletic Trainer dwatson@udel.edu Recreation Services olkkola@udel.edu Joan Couch Associate Head Athletic Trainer jmcouch@udel.edu Adam Jines Assistant Director , Recreation Services jines@udel.edu Jonathan Boone Assistant Athletic Trainer jboone@udel.edu Tony Goldston Assistant Director, Recreation Services goldston@udel.edu Courtney Butterworth Assistant Athletic Trainer cbutter@udel.edu Christine Klimik Assistant Director, Recreation Services cklimik@udel.edu Kelly Stafford Assistant Athletic Trainer kelsta@udel.edu Bruce Thompson Assistant Director, Recreation Services brucet@udel.edu Shawn Hanlon Graduate Assistant hanlon@udel.edu John Hubbard Service Supervisor, Recreation Services jhub@udel.edu Emily Henderson Graduate Assistant emilyhen@udel.edu Delphine Lewis Records Specialist, Recreation Services delphine@udel.edu Kelly McGuire Graduate Assistant kmcguire@udel.edu Whitney Coleman Potts Fitness Coordinator wcoleman@udel.edu Kelsey Shonk Graduate Assistant shonkke@udel.edu Linda Baird Records Analyst/Recreation & Club Sports lindab@udel.edu Sean Stryker Graduate Assistant stryker@udel.edu Megan Gainey Club Spirit Coordinator mgainey@udel.edu Andrew Waer Graduate Assistant awaer@udel.edu Deborah Cooper CSB Receptionist dacooper@udel.edu BUSINESS OPERATIONS Cathy Evans Recreation Accountant cme@udel.edu Augie Maurelli Associate Director of Athletics of Financial Staci Truitt Office Coordinator, Recreation Services staci@udel.edu Strategies and Athlete Performance maurelli@udel.edu Jersey Torta Operations Coordinator, Recreation Services jersey@udel.edu Scott Eatough Associate Director of Athletics, Lauren Burns Intramural Coordinator Business Operations eatough@udel.edu SPORTS MEDICINE Tim Anger Athletics Business Manager tanger@udel.edu Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant Director of Athletics Kristy Nix Assistant Athletics Business Manager knix@udel.edu for Sports Medicine areisman@udel.edu Sandy McFoy Insurance Coordinator smcfoy@udel.edu Dr. Kristopher Fayock Sports Medicine Physician Lisa Bishop Administrative Assistant bishop@udel.edu Dr. Bradley Sandella Sports Medicine Physician CHEERLEADING Lisa Sinclair, RN Sports Medicine Nurse lsinc@udel.edu Ben Schreiber Spirit Coord./Head Cheer Coach bschreib@udel.edu Mary Zagar, RN Sports Medicine Nurse mzagar@udel.edu COMPLIANCE STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Rick Stumpf Assoc. Director of Athletics Compliance rstumpf@udel.edu Brian Hess Head Coach bhess@udel.edu Lauren Harris Compliance Coordinator lharris@udel.edu Melissa Boldt Assistant Coach mboldt@udel.edu Melissa Facciolo Compliance Intern melissfa@udel.edu Kyle Hobbs Assistant Coach khobbs@udel.edu EQUIPMENT Trevor Williams Assistant Coach tcwill@udel.edu Kevin Rose Head Equipment Manager kmrose@udel.edu Packer Larson Graduate Assistant gelarson@udel.edu Jen Burdette Assistant Equipment Manager jjb@udel.edu STUDENT SERVICES FOR ATHLETES EXTERNAL RELATIONS Tim Morrissey Director tmorris@udel.edu Stacey Bunting-Thompson sbt@udel.edu James Coleman Assistant Director jcoleman@udel.edu Associate Director of Athletics, External Relations Rachel Fineberg Assistant Director fineberg@udel.edu Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu Christine Motta Assistant Director - Career Services cmotta@udel.edu FACILITIES Jessica Spangler Academic Coordinator spangler@udel.edu Joe Shirley Associate Director of Athletics for Facilities, Nigel Brown Academic Counselor nbrown@udel.edu Operations, and Capital Projects jshirley@udel.edu Kiara Crutchfield Academic Counselor kiarasc@udel.edu Susan Groff Costa Associate Director of Athletics groff@udel.edu Marie Severns Office Coordinator severns@udel.edu Alicia Greco Walker Assistant Dir. of Athletics, Operations agreco@udel.edu TICKET OPERATIONS Danny Neeson Operations Assistant dneeson@UDel.Edu Trent Bartling Assistant Director of Athletic, Alissa Alker Operations Graduate Assistant alissa@udel.edu Ticketing Operations tbart@udel.edu Vest Johnson Assistant Director of Operations, BCC vestj@udel.edu Denita Patrick Box Office Coordinator dypat@udel.edu George Watson Technical Coordinator, BCC watson@udel.edu Barbara Fleming Season Ticket Manager bfleming@udel.edu Karen Lofthouse Events Coordinator, BCC kloft@udel.edu Charley Thrash Ticket Office Assistant cthrash@udel.edu Mike Loftus Asst. Dir., Grounds, Facilities & Auxiliary Services mloftus@udel.edu _ Seth Greenwood Manager, Grounds Services sethg@udel.edu BASEBALL ICE ARENA Jim Sherman Head Coach sherman@udel.edu Jim Kaden Manager, Ice Arenas & Outdoor Pool kaden@udel.edu Dan Hammer Associate Head Coach hammer@udel.edu Eric Nelson Service Supervisor, UD Ice Arenas gofish@udel.edu Brian Walker Assistant Coach brwalker@udel.edu Angela Cardello Program Coordinator aviviano@udel.edu Mel Bacon Assistant Coach Jeffrey Doucette Building Supervisor jdouc@udel.edu MEN'S BASKETBALL Stas Kukulka Service Supervisor 03993@udel.edu Monté Ross Head Coach rossm@udel.edu Sally Pruett Records Specialist, UD Ice Arena spruett@udel.edu Jeff Rafferty Associate Head Coach jraff@udel.edu IMG Chris Cheeks Assistant Coach ccheeks@udel.edu Lucas Kraut General Manager, Phil Martelli, Jr. Assistant Coach pmjr@udel.edu Blue Hen IMG Sports Network Lucas.Kraut@imgworld.com Saul Rafel-Frankel Director of Operations saulf@udel.edu MARKETING & PROMOTIONS Mitch Smucker Video Coordinator mitch.smucker@gmail.com Kristy Fletcher Assistant Director of Athletics, Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu Marketing & Promotions kfletch@udel.edu WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Lauren Baker Asst. Director of Marketing/Promotions lbaker@udel.edu Tina Martin Head Coach tmartin@udel.edu Jessie McBurney Marketing & Promotions Intern jmcb@udel.edu Jeanine Radice Associate Head Coach radice@udel.edu Ben Schreiber Marketing Coordinator bschreib@udel.edu Tom Lochner Assistant Coach lochner@udel.edu Tiara Malcom Assistant Coach tmalcom@udel.edu Allison Daly Director of Operations adaly@udel.edu Linda Brock Administrative Assistant lindamac@udel.edu

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STAFF DIRECTORY CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK & FIELD Wendy McFarlane Head Coach wendym@udel.edu Tim Brock Assistant Coach tbrock@udel.edu Terence Gadson Assistant Coach Larry Pratt Assistant Coach discoach@aol.com FIELD HOCKEY Rolf van de Kerkhof Head Coach kerkhof@udel.edu Lynn Farquhar Assistant Coach lfarq@udel.edu Kim Kinsella Assistant Coach kkinsell@udel.edu FOOTBALL Dave Brock Head Coach football-office@udel.edu Sean Devine Offensive Coordinator devinese@udel.edu Tim Weaver Defensive Coordinator tweaver@udel.edu John Perry Quarterbacks Coach perryj@udel.edu Brian Ginn Wide Receivers Coach bginn@udel.edu Tony Lucas Running Backs Coach lucast@udel.edu Devin Fitzsimmons Tight Ends Coach dpfitz@udel.edu Henry Baker Cornerbacks Coach hbaker@udel.edu Tom McEntire Safeties Coach mcentire@udel.edu Mike Donovan Defensive Quality Control mdonovan@udel.edu Fritz Stueber Offensive Quality Control fstueber@udel.edu Dennis Dottin-Carter Assistant Coach dennisdc@udel.edu Jerry Oravitz Director of Football Operations joravitz@udel.edu David Baylor Player Development dbaylor@udel.edu Jude Moser Administrative Assistant judem@del.edu MEN'S GOLF Mike Keogh Head Coach mkeogh@udel.edu Patrick Aylward Assistant Coach paylward@udel.edu Tommy Ellison Assistant Coach WOMEN'S GOLF Patty Post Head Coach plpost@udel.edu Brendon Post Assistant Coach MEN'S LACROSSE Bob Shillinglaw Head Coach bobshil@udel.edu Greg Carroll Associate Head Coach gcarroll@udel.edu Noah Fossner Assistant Coach nfossner@udel.edu WOMEN'S LACROSSE Kateri Linville Head Coach linville@udel.edu Kristen Carr Assistant Coach ckristen@udel.edu Kristin Hopson Assistant Coach khopson@udel.edu ROWING Kevin Gruber Head Coach kgruber@udel.edu Ryan Hurley Assistant Coach jrhurley@udel.edu Courtney Levering Assistant Coach cring@udel.edu MEN'S SOCCER Ian Hennessy Head Coach hennesia@udel.edu Jon Scheer Assistant Coach jjscheer@udel.edu Keith Duncan Assistant Coach Matt Haney Assistant Coach haneym@udel.edu WOMEN'S SOCCER Scott Grzenda Head Coach sag@udel.edu Nitan Soni Assistant Coach nsoni@udel.edu Brian Sprinkle Assistant Coach bsprink@udel.edu Kim Fearnbach Graduate Assistant Coach SOFTBALL Jaime Wohlbach Head Coach wohlbach@udel.edu Lauren Cognigni Assistant Coach cognigni@udel.edu John Seneca Assistant Coach seneca@udel.edu Lara Andrews Assistant Coach landrews@udel.edu MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING John Hayman Head Coach hayman@udel.edu Pablo Marmolejo Assistant Coach pablom@udel.edu Kelly-Ayn McKay Assistant Coach kmckay@udel.edu Douglas Cooper Assistant Coach MEN'S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS Laura Travis Head Coach leroy@udel.edu Vince Maximo Assistant Coach vmaximo@udel.edu Austin Longacre Assistant Coach austinl@udel.edu John Marte Assistant Coach VOLLEYBALL Bonnie Kenny Head Coach bjkenny@udel.edu Cindy Gregory Associate Head Coach cgregory@udel.edu Craig Boller Assistant Coach bollercr@udel.edu Dana Griskowitz Director of Operations dgrisk@udel.edu

HEAD COACHES

Jim Sherman Baseball

Monté Ross Men’s Basketball

Tina Martin Women’s Basketball

Wendy McFarlane XC/Track & Field

Rolf van de Kerkhof Field Hockey

Dave Brock Football

Mike Keogh Men’s Golf

Patty Post Women’s Golf

Bob Shillinglaw Men’s Lacrosse

Kateri Linville Women’s Lacrosse

Kevin Gruber Rowing

Ian Hennessy Men’s Soccer

Scott Grzenda Women’s Soccer

Jaime Wohlbach Softball

John Hayman Swim/Dive

Laura Travis Tennis

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ATHLETICS FACILITIES BOB CARPENTER CENTER Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball

The Bob Carpenter Center, named in honor of longtime University board of trustee member, athletic benefactor, and former Philadelphia Phillies owner R.R.M. “Bob” Carpenter Jr. who died in 1990, serves as home for the University’s basketball and volleyball programs as well as a site for a wide variety of other events such as convocations, concerts, and banquets. Special features of the facility are a 120-person football locker room, men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, administrative offices, the state-ofthe-art Chuck Hall Memorial Weight Room, and athletic training rooms. The BCC also includes a comfortable glass-walled reception lounge area with views into Delaware Stadium and to the Acierno Arena; and a scoreboard with a color video message center. The BCC served as host to the First and Second Rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.

DELAWARE STADIUM Football, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Lacrosse

Built in 1952, Delaware Stadium (Tubby Raymond Field) featured a grass surface until February 2010 when an artificial FieldTurf surface was installed. The stadium seats 22,000, giving Delaware the largest playing facility for lacrosse in the CAA and among the largest in the nation. Prior to the 2000 season, eight poles of permanent broadcast-quality lights were installed by Musco Lighting. In addition, the South End Zone bleachers were also replaced. A new 40 x 34-foot scoreboard, including a 40 x 16 video screen, was installed prior to the 2008 football season and is located at the North end of Delaware Stadium. Live video play-by-play action, replays, and features are shown throughout football, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse games.

BOB HANNAH STADIUM Baseball

Formerly called Delaware Diamond, Bob Hannah Stadium is the home of the Blue Hen Baseball team. The stadium was renamed in May 2000 in honor of longtime baseball coach Bob Hannah, who announced his retirement after a legendary 36year career. Features of the stadium include an enclosed press box, an outdoor batting cage, and banners on the outfield fence signifying Delaware’s numerous conference titles and NCAA appearances. The field dimensions are 330 down the left and rightfield lines and 400 to center field while the stadium seats 1,300. Major renovations to the facility will be made prior to the 2014 season including installation of artificial turf, new dugouts and bullpens, batting cages, a seating berm, updated stadium fencing and storage capacity.

SOFTBALL STADIUM Softball

The stadium includes seating for approximately 500, a dirt infield, and dugouts. Prior to the 2010 season, the stadium underwent renovations to include new bleachers, a press box, new scoreboard, and batting cages.

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RULLO STADIUM

Field Hockey

This state-of-the-art stadium was dedicated on September 18, 1998. Its construction was made possible, in part, by the generous donation of one UD alumnus: Fred P. Rullo Jr., AS ‘63, a former baseball and football letterwinner, and his wife, Madeleine. Rullo Stadium features an artificial turf surface (Astro Turf-12 surface installed in 2008) covering 122,928 square feet (2.82 acres) permits a full-sized game field for all applicable sports as well as two side-by-side practice areas running across the field. There is bleacher seating for approximately 2,000 fans, lights, a press box, a multi-sport scoreboard and blacktopped parking behind the bleachers.

DELAWARE MINI-STADIUM Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Outdoor Track & Field

The University of Delaware Mini-Stadium, located just east of the Delaware Stadium, includes fields for soccer and and a quarter-mile all-weather track. The Mini-Stadium is currently undergoing extensive renovations with the installation of a new all-weather track. During the summer of 2000, the Mini-Stadium saw the installation of a new natural grass (Bluegrass) playing surface with a drainage and irrigation system, and television quality light standards. During the summer of 2011, Delaware Mini-Stadium got another facelift. The previous surface, a Rye/Fuscue, mix was replaced with Bermuda grass, making Delaware Mini-Stadium one of the premier natural fields in the Colonial Athletic Association.

RAWSTROM NATATORIUM Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

The Harry W. Rawstrom Natatorium in Carpenter Sports Building has served as home for the University of Delaware men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams for over nearly 50 years. Rawstrom Natatorium is named in honor of Harry W. Rawstrom, who served as head coach of the Blue Hen men’s swimming and diving team from 1946 until 1981. A member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame and Delaware Sports Hall of Fame, Rawstrom passed away in 1994. The pool was dedicated and named in his honor in 1991. The 15,000-square foot natatorium includes a 25-yard pool, a diving well with 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform boards, seating for approximately 700 fans, school and pool record boards, an electrical timing scoreboard and offices.

DELAWARE FIELD HOUSE Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Indoor Practice Facility

The Delaware Field House was constructed in 1966 and is the site of the home outdoor courts for the Women’s and Men’s Tennis teams in addition to locker rooms, athletic offices and an athletic training room. The facility was the home of Blue Hen basketball until the completion of the Bob Carpenter Center. Following the summer of 2013, the Delaware Field House will be transformed into a first-class indoor practice facility with an artificial turf surface; and the total resurfacing of two natural grass soccer practice fields that are also used for summer youth camps.

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WHAT IS A BLUE HEN? The University of Delaware’s athletic teams are proud to have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – “The Fightin’ Blue Hens.” It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused themselves by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular form of amusement, and the “Blue Hens’ Chickens” quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Captain Caldwell’s company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as “the Blue Hen Chicken” company. One version of the story states that Caldwell’s company rushed into battle screaming “We’re sons of the Blue Hen and we’re game to the end!” Captain Caldwell’s company was part of Col. John Haslet’s first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as “The Fighting Delawares,” Haslet’s regiment also won the sobriquet, “The Blue Hen Chickens,” which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the “Blue Hen Chicken” was named the official state bird. The University of Delaware’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm in Newark. The UD mascot, YoUDee, made his debut in September 1993. YoUDee stands 6-foot, 8-inches tall with a 6-1 wing-span and size 28FF sneakers. Another mascot, the pint-sized Baby Blue, was introduced during the 1999-2000 athletic season. YoUDee is a familiar figure at most University of Delaware athletics events and makes numerous appearances on campus and throughout the community each year.

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ABOUT DELAWARE HISTORY The University of Delaware, a state assisted institution, is a Land Grant, Sea Grant, Space Grant, Carnegie Research University (very high research activity). UD has origins dating to 1743 when a petition by the Presbytery of Lewes, Delaware, expressed the need for educated clergy led distinguished Colonial scholar, Rev. Dr. Francis Alison, to open a small school in New London, Pa., in 1743. By 1765, the school had been moved to Newark, where in 1769 it received a charter as the Academy of Newark from Thomas and Richard Penn. New Ark College opened as a degree-granting institution in 1834 and the Academy was merged with it. The institution was renamed Delaware College in 1843 and then closed in 1859 because of financial problems. Funds provided by the Morrill Land-Grant College Act of 1862 led to its reopening in 1870. The Women’s College was opened in 1914. In 1921, the two colleges – Delaware College and the Women’s College – merged and became the University of Delaware. LOCATION Our location in Newark, Del., provides a comfortable small town college atmosphere. Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000, is midway between New York City and Washington, D.C., and in close proximity to both Philadelphia and Baltimore. The campus is only minutes from Interstate 95 in one of the most heavily populated corridors in the country, and the University is an active participant in a state that is one of the nation’s top corporate centers. CAMPUS The quality of education at the University of Delaware is enhanced by its Newark campus, a 1,000-acre tract featuring stately elm trees and Georgian architecture that gives the University its picturesque and traditional atmosphere. The Delaware campus is one combining beauty and function – an ideal learning environment. Sixteen University buildings are listed on the National Register of Historical Places. At the University of Delaware you learn, but you learn about more than books – you learn about life. Interacting within the diverse 16,000 undergraduate student population provides growth for the total person. INSTITUTIONAL ACCREDITATION The University of Delaware has been continuously accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education since that association’s inception in 1921. The University’s accreditation was reaffirmed in 2011 and its next selfstudy evaluation is scheduled for 2016. The regional, national and specialized accrediting organizations that accredit UD’s programs and degrees appear at the end of this book. ENROLLMENT Fall 2012 enrollment totals 21,856 which include 17,484 undergraduates, 3,654 graduate students, and 718 professional and continuing studies students. 16,639 (95%) of undergraduate and 2,816 (77%) of graduate students are enrolled on a full-time basis. MAJOR PROGRAMS With eight distinct undergraduate colleges offering 124 degree programs from which to choose, Delaware allows study in everything from accounting to agriculture, English to engineering, philosophy to physical therapy. UD offers 3 associate’s programs, 146 bachelor’s programs, 119 master’s programs (with 15 joint degrees offered within), and 58 doctoral programs. Students and graduates are exposed to many research and internship oppor-

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ABOUT DELAWARE tunities just minutes from campus at major corporations such as the Bank of America, DuPont Co., Hercules, ICI Americas Inc., Morgan Bank, Chase Manhattan, and a host of others. In addition, more than 700 companies regularly recruit employees from the University’s graduating senior class, putting the University of Delaware among the top schools in the Mid-Atlantic area for career placement. DISTINGUISHED FACULTY UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science. UD has more than 100 endowed professorships, honoring distinguished teachers and scholars recognized by their peers on campus, across the nation and around the world. GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in studyabroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s studyabroad program as a model. STELLAR SCHOLARS UD attracts talented, accomplished students and cultivates an environment in which they thrive. The University has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected. In 2012, junior chemical and biomolecular engineering major Alexandra Bayles won the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, one of 282 awarded nationwide to students who show exceptional promise in science, technology, engineering and math. COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY SERVICE In 2012, UD was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction; it was the fifth-straight year that UD was named to the honor roll, and the third time the University earned the even more elite “with distinction” designation. The honor roll is the highest federal recognition for volunteering, service learning and civic engagement. Susan Serra, Office of Service Learning coordinator at UD, said the selection is a tribute to the University. “It’s gratifying to have UD recognized for the outstanding work our faculty and students are doing in reaching out to the community.” More than 12,000 students—over half of UD’s student population—donated 140,000 hours to community service projects in 2010–11, from teaching opera to middle school students, to developing computer databases for the Food Bank of Delaware. THE SPIRIT OF DELAWARE UD’s spirit teams regularly take top honors in national competition. YoUDee, the Fightin’ Blue Hens mascot and a member of the Mascot Hall of Fame, clinched the 2012 Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) national championship in Orlando, Florida—its second-straight championship, and its fourth in 11 years. UD’s cheerleading squad finished second in the UCA Division I championships, and the dance team, also Division I, took second place in the hip-hop finals. The highly regarded UD Marching Band is 300 members strong and performs championship-caliber halftime shows at football games.

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NOTABLE BLUE HENS Since its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary and Yale anre the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base. The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors, a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts have also been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers. In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and awardwinning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.

Page Kennedy ....Actor, Desperate Housewives/Weeds Michael F. Koehler ........................ CEO, Teradata Mike Koplove .... 2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ................................ Raven of the WWE Charles Lewis............................. MacArthur Fellow Thomas McKean ... Signer, Declaration of Independence Louis McLane ............................. Secretary of State Tom Mees ............................Original ESPN Anchor Kevin Mench ........................... Former MLB Player Robin Miller ............................Host, Food Network Steve Mosko .................. President, Sony Television

Mike Adams ................NFL Safety, Denver Broncos

Daniel Nathans......................Nobel Prize Winner

Kurt Akeley ............ Principal Researcher, Microsoft

Adam Osborne..........................Computer Pioneer

John L. Anderson....President of Illinois Institute of Tech.

Jeff Pearlman ............................. Sports Journalist

Susan Barnett .... Emmy-winning Anchor/Journalist

Larry Probst........ Chairman, United States Olympic

Joe Biden.............Vice President of the United States

Committee; Executive Chairman, Entertainment Arts

Jill Tracy Biden ......Professor of English at Northern

Dave Raymond ...............Original Phillie Phanatic;

Virginia Community College;

Joe & Jill Biden

Second Lady of the United States of America Scott Brunner ................. Former NFL Quarterback

Ömer Sabanci ........................Turkish businessman

Thomas Carper ....................United States Senator

Alex Smith .................. Professional Lacrosse Player

Bob Carpenter Jr. ..... Former Owner, Phila. Phillies

James Smith .. Signer, Declaration of Independence

David L. Chicoine ...President of S. Dakota St. Univ.

LizAnn Sonders .Chief Invest. Strategist, C. Schwab

Chris Christie........................ New Jersey Governor

Leonard Stark ...................... Current Judge for the

John P. Costas ..............CEO, UBS Investment Bank Richard Dean ......................Fashion Photographer

Owner Raymond Entertainment Group George Read .. Signer, Declaration of Independence

U.S. District Court, Delaware Joe Flacco

Tom Mees

Elena Delle Donne ......................... WNBA Player

Susan Stroman....................... Tony Award-winner Ivory Sully ................................ Former NFL Player

Pat Devlin ..........NFL Quarterback, Miami Dolphins

Mark Swinger ............................Pilot, Blue Angels

Dave DeWalt .............................CEO McAfee, Inc.

Peter Thejll .......... Astrophysicist and climate expert

John Elias ........Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology

George Thorogood................................Musician

Joe Flacco.... Baltimore Ravens QB; Super Bowl MVP

Dilshad Vadsaria ......................................Actress

Yvette Freeman ..................................Actress, ER

Lodewijk van den Berg ..... Astronaut, Challenger

Rich Gannon ...2002 NFL MVP; current NFL Analyst

Susan Stroman

Bryan Gordon ...............Emmy-nominated director,

James W. Wagner ......... President of Emory Univ. John Wallace ..................Former Associate Justice,

“Curb Your Enthusiasm”

New Jersey Supreme Court

Robert Gore.............................. Inventor, Gore-Tex

Wayne Westerman .. Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Tech.

Gino Gradkowski ...Baltimore Ravens Guard/Center

Marna Whittington ..............Director, Macy’s, Inc.

Dallas Green .. Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies

Vic Willis ... National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee

Scott Green ..................... Referee, Super Bowl XLIV Steve Harris ...Emmy-nominated Actor, The Practice Jacqueline Jones....................... MacArthur Fellow

Larry Probst

Elena Delle Donne

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2013-14 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opponent Rhode Island Temple Wake Forest Monmouth Rider SIU Edwardsville! Howard! Princeton Youngstown State$ Lehigh/Vermont$ St. John’s Hofstra* William & Mary* James Madison* UNCW* Drexel* College of Charleston* Northeastern* Towson* UNCW* College of Charleston* Towson* Drexel* James Madison* William & Mary* Hofstra* Northeastern* CAA Championships

Location Kingston, R.I. Bob Carpenter Center Bob Carpenter Center Bob Carpenter Center Lawrenceville, N.J. Orlando, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Princeton, N.J. Bethlehem, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Bob Carpenter Center Bob Carpenter Center Williamsburg, Va. Harrisonburg, Va. Bob Carpenter Center Bob Carpenter Center Charleston, S.C. Bob Carpenter Center Towson, Md. Wilmington, N.C. Bob Carpenter Center Bob Carpenter Center Philadelphia, Pa. Bob Carpenter Center Bob Carpenter Center Hempstead, N.Y. Boston, Mass. Upper Marlboro, Md.

! – UCF Thanksgiving Classic – Orlando, Fla. | $ – Lehigh Christmas City Classic – Bethlehem, Pa. * – CAA Game

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