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Front Row (L-R): Jalesa Jones, Senee Shearer, Dominique Dixon, Britney Murphy, Chanahl Putnam, Tayler Langham, Demeisha Fambro, Kassandra Hooten, Megan Hatter, Lauren Allen. Back Row (L-R): Athletic Trainer Ashley VanMeter, Graduate Assistant Sally Trombly, Assistant Coach Royce Samuels, Yar Shayok, Cherridy Thornton, Julianna Glanz, Talicia Washington, Sierra Spaude, Assistant Coach Mike Geary, Assistant Coach Emily Samuelson, Head Coach Autumn Rademacher.

DETROIT TITANS 2010-11 SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 8 12 16 19 21 24

SAGINAW VALLEY (Exh.) OAKLAND BALL STATE WESTERN MICHIGAN at Michigan State at Bowling Green

DECEMBER 4 vs St. Joseph’s 5 at Tulane 8 at Eastern Michigan 11 at IPFW 18 at Michigan 27 MARYGROVE 31 at Green Bay*

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JANUARY 7:00 7:00 7:00 5:00 2:00 7:00

4:30 5:00 6:00 11:00 7:00 7:00 TBA

2 6 8 15 20 22 27 29

at Milwaukee* VALPARAISO* BUTLER* at Wright State* at Cleveland State* at Youngstown State* LOYOLA* UIC*

FEBRUARY 3 at Butler* 5 at Valparaiso* 12 WRIGHT STATE* 17 YOUNGSTOWN ST* 19 CLEVELAND ST* 24 at UIC* 26 at Loyola*

7:00 7:00 2:00 2:00 5:00 4:35 7:00 2:00

7:00 2:35 2:00 7:00 2:00 8:00 3:00

MARCH 3 MILWAUKEE* 5 GREEN BAY*

7:00 2:00

HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT MARCH 7 Opening Round 9 Quarter-Finals 11 Semi-Finals 13 Championship

TBA TBA TBA TBA

HOME GAMES IN ALL CAPS All home games at Calihan Hall * - Horizon League Game


TABLE OF CONTENTS Team Photo 2010-11 Schedule Table of Contents Quick Facts Staff Directory Media Information 2010-11 Season Outlook Calihan Hall Meet The Titans TV/Radio Roster 2010-11 Rosters COACHING STAFF Head Coach Autumn Rademacher Asst. Coach Emily Samuelson Asst. Coach Mike Geary Asst. Coach Royce Samuels Graduate Asst. Sally Trombly All-Time Coaching Records ATHLETE PROFILES Tayler Langham Yar Shayok Lauren Allen Jalesa Jones Talicia Washington Sierra Spaude Demeisha Fambro Kassandra Hooten Cherridy Thornton Dominique Dixon Britney Murphy Chanahl Putnam Senee Shearer Megan Hatter Julianna Glanz Athletics Staff Head Coaches Titans in the Community OPPONENTS Oakland Ball State Western Michigan Michigan State Bowling Green St. Joseph’s Tulane Eastern Michigan

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IPFW Michigan Marygrove Butler Cleveland State Green Bay Loyola Milwaukee UIC Valparaiso Wright State Youngstown State Horizon League HL Composite Schedule 2009-10 Season In Review 2009-10 Statistics/Game Highs 2009-10 Results 2009-10 Box Scores Horizon League Standings HL Award Winners Titan History Year-by-Year Results All-Time Series Results All-Time Results vs. HL Teams All-Time Roster Year-by-Year Records Individual Records Record Book All-Time Award Winners 1,000 Point Scorers Welcome to Detroit Athletic Director - Keri Gaither Points of Pride Sports Medicine Strength & Conditioning Academic Support / Compliance Notable Alumni Titan Hall of Fame City of Detroit

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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION School: University of Detroit Mercy City/Zip: Detroit, MI 48221 Enrollment: 5,700 Nickname: Titans School Colors: Red, White and Blue Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Horizon League Home Arena (Cap.): Calihan Hall (8,295) Interim President: Michael Joseph Director of Athletics: Keri Gaither Athletic Dept. Phone 313-993-1700 Athletic Dept. Fax 313-993-1765

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Autumn Rademacher Year at Detroit: Third Season Overall UDM Record: 29-33 Career Record: 29-33 WBB Office Phone: (313) 993-1723 Assistant Coach: Emily Samuelson Mike Geary Royce Samuels Graduate Assistant: Sally Trombly

SPORTS INFORMATION SID Director: Mitch Wigness Asst. SID (WBB Contact): P.J. Gradowski E-mail: gradowpj@udmercy.edu Cell Phone: (313) 585-0982 Assistant SID Kit Stetzel Sports Info. Asst.: Joel Walrath SID Phone: (313) 993-1745 SID Fax: (313) 993-1765 Press Row Phone: (313) 993-1750

UDM TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: 17-14 2009-10 HL Record/Finish: 14-4/3rd Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Newcomers: 5 First Season of UDM WBB: 1977-78 Overall All-Time Record: 485-455 NCAA Tournament App.: 1 (1997) NCAA Tournament Record: 0-1

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STAFF DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION Associate V.P. & Athletic Director Keri Gaither Senior Associate AD Daron Montgomery Associate AD for Business Operations/SWA Teri Kromrei Assistant AD for Compliance Steve Corder Assistant AD for Facilities & Special Events Jeff Latinen Director of Ticket Sales & Fan Experience Greg Haapala Director of Marketing and Promotions Brandon Longmeier Equipment Manager Harvey Theeck

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING (313) 993-1700 (313) 993-1755 (313) 993-1700 (313) 993-1700 (313) 993-1700 (313) 993-1700 (313) 993-1700 (313) 993-1742

SUPPORT STAFF Director of Concessions & Merchandising Jordan Sames (313) 993-1700 Asst. Director of Compliance/Academic Coordinator Amy Paling (313) 993-1700 Assistant Business/Ticket Manager Phuong Le (313) 993-1700 Assistant Director of Facilities Nic Ryan (313) 993-1714 Director of Ticket Operations & Special Events Emily Vannice (313) 993-1700 Olympic Sports Office Manager Anita Foster (313) 993-1723 Athletic Administration Intern Alyssa Starkey (313) 993-1700 Equipment & Facilities Intern Casey Hornung (313) 993-1700 Compliance Graduate Assistant Jessica Liebner (313) 993-1700

SPORTS INFORMATION Director Mitch Wigness Senior Assistant SID/WBB Contact P.J. Gradowski Assistant SID Kit Stetzel Sports Information Assistant Joel Walrath

(313) 993-1745 (313) 993-1745 (313) 993-1745 (313) 993-1745

ATHLETIC TRAINING Asst. Athletic Director for Sports Medicine Michael Miller Assistant Directors Chris Hinderliter Ashley VanMeter Graduate Assistant Victoria Vintevoghel Interns Lorena Carithers Adam Siero

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(313) 993-1740 (313) 993-1740 (313) 993-1740 (313) 993-1740 (313) 993-1740 (313) 993-1740

Asst. AD for Strength and Conditioning Joe Tofferi Assistant Director Nick Wilson Assistant Adam Gentry

(313) 993-1719 (313) 993-1719 (313) 993-1719

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach Autumn Rademacher (Detroit ‘97) Assistant Coach Emily Samuelson (NMU ‘04) Assistant Coach Mike Geary (Aquinas ‘79) Assistant Coach Royce Samuels (Mount Senario ‘92) Graduate Assistant Sally Trombly (Albion ‘02)

(313) 993-1723 (313) 993-1723 (313) 993-1723 (313) 993-1723 (313) 993-1723

CREDITS The 2010-11 Detroit Titans women’s basketball yearbook is an official publication of the UDM Sports Information Department. The yearbook was designed by Kit Stetzel. Copy compiled and written by Stetzel. Edited by Mitch Wigness, P.J. Gradowski, Joel Walrath, Autumn Rademacher, and Stetzel. Photos by Einstein Photo, Jason Feirman, Mike Alberts, Dan Graschuck, Trevor Thompson, Mark A. Dull and Patricia Haller.

DIRECTIONS TO CALIHAN HALL From Metro Airport — Take I-94 east to the Lodge Freeway (M10). Take the Lodge north to the Livernois exit. At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Livernois and proceed three-quarters of a mile north to West McNichols (third traffic light). Turn right onto West McNichols, then turn right again at Fairfield Street (second traffic light). Drive alongside the Titan soccer field and, at the end of the field, turn right into the media parking area. Proper credentials must be displayed to the gate attendant in order to enter the media parking area. From Downtown Detroit — Take the Lodge Freeway north out of downtown and follow the above directions from Metro Airport. From the Northwest on M-10 — Driving south on the Lodge Freeway, take the Livernois exit. At the traffic light, turn left onto Livernois and proceed three-quarters of a mile north to West McNichols (third traffic light). Turn right onto West McNichols, then turn right again at Fairfield Street (second traffic light). Drive alongside the Titan soccer field and, at the end of the field, turn right into the media parking area. From the North on I-75 — Driving south on I-75, exit Eight Mile Road and turn right off the ramp. Take Eight Mile Road west and proceed for 2.5 miles to Livernois. Turn left (south) onto Livernois and proceed 2.0 miles to West McNichols. Turn left onto West McNichols, then turn right at Fairfield Street (second traffic light). Drive alongside the Titan soccer field and, at the end of the field, turn right into the media parking area.


MEDIA INFORMATION SPORTS INFORMATION

RADIO/TELEVISION

The Sports Information Department is located in Calihan Hall on the McNichols Campus at the intersection of West McNichols and Livernois. The mailing address is: 4001 W. McNichols Road Detroit, MI 48221

The Sports Information Office has installed two permanent telephone lines on press row at Calihan Hall which are available to visiting radio stations on a reciprocal basis. To arrange for their use, or for additional lines, please contact P. J. Gradowski (WBB SID) at the earliest possible date.

MEDIA SERVICES Web site Sports Information Office Sports Information Fax

DetroitTitans.com (313) 993-1745 (313) 993-1765

Television stations wishing to disseminate live coverage of Titan women’s basketball games should contact Director of Athletics, Keri Gaither, to request broadcast rights. Please also notify the Sports Information office of your arrival plans for televised games. Broadcast spotters or statisticians may be secured through the UDM Sports Information Office with advance notice.

TO THE MEDIA Since the consolidation of the University of Detroit and Mercy College of Detroit in 1990, UDM athletic teams have found themselves referred to in many different forms. In order to maintain consistency, we ask that the media and our opponents continue to refer to us as UDM, Detroit, or Detroit Titans. We ask that you eliminate the use abbreviations such as U-D, U of D Mercy, Detroit Mercy, etc. Thank you for your cooperation and your continuing coverage of the Detroit Titans.

HORIZON LEAGUE For information on Horizon League basketball please visit the official Horizon League web site: horizonleague.org. Conference headquarters are located at: 201 S. Capitol Ave., Suite 500 Indianapolis, IN 46225 (317) 237-5622 (phone) (317) 237-5620 (fax)

DETROIT SPORTS ON-LINE Final updated statistics, schedules, results and releases can be found 24-hours a day on Detroit’s official athletic web site: detroittitans. com.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS Requests for working media credentials should be directed to Assistant Sports Information Director P.J. Gradowski, who can also be reached via e-mail: gradowpj@udmercy.edu. All credentials will be left at the Calihan Hall Media Will Call table located at the North entrance to Calihan Hall. No credentials will be mailed.

PHOTOGRAPHER CREDENTIALS Credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers or those individuals on special assignment. The work area includes the floor area at both ends of the court and along the side of the floor opposite of the benches. Special arrangements for strobes must be made through both the Sports Information and Game Management Offices.

STATISTICAL SERVICES Services include statistics generated from the Automated Scorebook statistical program. Flash stats are provided to broadcasters during time-outs, while hard copies of statistics and play-by-play will be distributed during halftime and at the end of the game.

MEDIA ROOM SERVICES The media room is located on the second floor of Calihan Hall directly opposite the men’s basketball offices. Programs, media guides, line-ups, statistics, Horizon League standings, game notes and game background information will be supplied to accredited media representatives. Soft drinks, water, and a pre-game meal will also be offered. Telephones are available after the game in the media room on a first-come, first-served basis. A fax service is also available by request.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Titan coaches and players will be available for post-game interviews following a 10-minute cooling-off period. Please note that the Titan locker room is closed to the media following games both at home and on the road. Please contact P.J. Gradowski prior to the end of the game with interview requests. Post-game policy for visitors may vary at the teams’ discretion and media representatives are advised to contact the visiting SID with special requests.

ALL OTHER INTERVIEWS Media wishing to interview the coaches or players are REQUIRED to set up interviews in advance with the Sports Information Office. Please allow at least a day in advance to arrange the interview. We will do our best to accommodate every request, taking the players’ classroom and practice schedules into account. The best time to reach Titans’ head coach, Autumn Rademacher, is in the late morning. Coach Rademacher and the players are also available for phone interviews, arranged through UDM’s Sports Information Office. When in-season, the Titans are scheduled to practice first semester from 4-7:00 p.m. daily and second semester from 1-4:00 p.m. daily. (Shoot-around on game days, both at home and on the road, is closed to the media.) For those media needing video of practice, the first 15 minutes of practice can be taped, but following that point, the rest of practice is closed.

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SEASON OUTLOOK Autumn Rademacher is now in her third season as the head coach of the women’s basketball program. The Titans found success a year ago under Rademacher’s guidance with a 17-14 overall record, including a 14-4 mark in Horizon League play. “We did have some success last year and we made some progress,” Rademacher said. “We had a taste of what winning in the conference was like and it was a good feeling.” The Titans will look to pick up where they left off from a year ago as expectations are high heading into the 2010-11 season. The team was picked third in the Horizon League preseason poll, yet Rademacher wants to make sure the team stays grounded and focused for the upcoming season. “We are coming off a good year but we didn’t cut any nets down, we didn’t hang any banners, and we didn’t go to postseason play,” Rademacher said. “We don’t have any hardware to show for what we did last year so that keeps us grounded on a daily basis. We go into practice and work hard every day to prepare for the season.” This year’s team will feature a trio of captains. Juniors Jalesa Jones and Lauren Allen will join sophomore Yar Shayok in that role. “I think having the experience with Yar, Lauren, and Jalesa really helps us,” Rademacher explains. “They have been here for three years and they know what to expect from me on a daily basis. I feel that I can put more responsibility on them as far as establishing the tone with the other players, and they have done a really nice job with that.” Jones should be comfortable in the role of team captain as she already has one year under her belt. Last season, Jones shared the role with the State Farm Three-Point Champion, Brigid Mulroy. There is no denying that Mulroy had a major impact on the success of the team a year ago as the former walk-on was recognized as a first team All-Horizon League player as a senior. She also accomplished something that no other player has done in the history of women’s basketball at Detroit - lead the NCAA in a statistical category. Mulroy led all Division I athletes in three-point field goal percentage connecting on 50.5 percent of her attempts. “Losing Brigid is a huge loss for us,” Rademacher explained. “She forced the defense to come out, which in turn would open up some holes for our other players to penetrate. The good news is that we do have some kids that can consistently shoot from the outside, and our players were able to see what Brigid was able to do last year. They would all like to be able to have that success at one point, and now they know it’s possible. She motivated kids to come in on their own time and shoot.” As a captain and point guard, Jones will return as the team’s floor general. “Jalesa keeps everyone together,” Rademacher explained. “She has a very high basketball IQ, and she knows where the ball needs to go. She is constantly trying to create for others and she definitely improved her

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outside shooting, so I’m excited to see her this year.” Jones led the team and the Horizon League in assists last season by averaging 5.1 per contest. Her 159 assists in a single-season places her fourth all-time in Titan history. Lauren Allen is a team captain for the first time in her collegiate career. Allen is the type of player that might not take home any league honors, but her consistency and determination keeps her in the lineup for Detroit. “Lauren is someone that I don’t like to take off the floor,” Rademacher said. “She can handle the ball, she makes great decisions, and her outside shot has improved tremendously. She is solid on defense, and goes 100 percent in every drill during practice. She is someone that I would like for our younger players to follow as an example. She may not be the most vocal leader, but she certainly leads by how she performs day in and day out in practice. Lauren is definitely someone that we are counting on.” The other captain on this year’s team can be found in the paint. The 6-1 forward was honored as the Newcomer of the Year in the Horizon League a year ago, and most recently garnered preseason second team honors. Shayok just missed averaging a doubledouble in her first full season as a Titan. She played in all 31 contests and averaged 11.8 points to go along with 9.7 rebounds per game. Shayok enters the year with sophomore eligibility after missing her freshman year with a season-ending injury. “Yar is a phenomenal athlete,” Rademacher said. “She has a nose for the ball which allows her to get double-digit rebounds on a nightly basis. She is such a competitor and I am really excited to have her as someone that the other girls can look up to on the floor.” Detroit only has one senior on the roster for the 2010-11 season. Tayler Langham enters her second year as a Titan after transferring from Schoolcraft. Langham filled up the box score a year ago with her hustle plays. “Tayler runs down every loose ball, she gets into the paint, and really mixes it up,” Rademacher explained. “She runs the floor well and is able to rebound and get put backs.” Coach Rademacher hopes that two other upperclassmen will be able to get healthy in order to impact the team. Talicia Washington is coming back from an ACL injury and Sierra Spaude is dealing with a foot problem. Both players have been plagued by injuries, but once they get to full strength they will be able to compete at a high level. “Talicia will give us some depth in the post,” Rademacher said. “She is a great rebounder and we will be able to match her with Yar if teams throw two post players at us. She’s fighting hard to be ready for the season and I am very excited about her.” Spaude came to Detroit after transferring from Wisconsin LaCrosse. She joined the team two years ago and has provided a spark at times, yet she has not been 100 percent healthy during her career as a Titan. “Sierra is a tremendous athlete,” Rademacher added. “She is a shooter, the type of player that is making 300 shots a day on her own. We hope that she is on track to be ready for the season to provide us with another three point threat.” After sitting out the 2009-10 season Dominique Dixon will be making her Titan debut this year. Dixon joins the team after


SEASON OUTLOOK transferring from West Virginia, a program from the Big East. “Dominique is an all-around great athlete,” Rademacher said. “She can get to the basket, she has a nice pull up jump shot and is a very smart player.” Other sophomores on the team that will have on impact on the upcoming season include Demeisha Fambro, Cherridy Thornton, and Kassandra Hooten. “Meisha has big time potential,” Rademacher stated. “She had some great games for us last year, but we need for her to become more consistent. Last year, she had to make the transition from high school to the intensity of the college game and I know that she has worked really hard to prepare for this year. She is a strong offensive player and I think that she will be a huge factor for us.” Thornton and Hooten are two forwards that can play inside or out. “Cherridy is a solid player that can step out and hit the perimeter shot, or go inside to score,” Rademacher explained. “She has raw ability and a high skill level. We are just trying to help her put it all together. She has worked hard and I see her playing more than she did last year.” “Kassandra can also play both inside and outside,” Rademacher mentioned. “She is strong as an ox, so I would like to get her on the block and then if the defense sags, she can step out and hit the outside shot. She is also nursing a few injuries, but we hope that she will be back soon.” Three freshmen will step up and try to earn playing time this season as Coach Rademacher brought in a combo guard, a 6-0 all-around threat, and a post player. Senee Shearer serves as the guard of the newcomers. “Senee is tough as nails and as a defender she will get in your face,” Rademacher explained. “She is a true combo guard that can pass, shoot, drive to the basket, and handle the ball well.” Megan Hatter is a 6-0 freshman that knows system from watching her sister play at Detroit. “Megan is a kid that can run and get things going in transition.” Rademacher said. “She makes good flashes to the basket, and she can also knock down an outside shot.” Julianna Glanz is another newcomer looking to impact the team during the 2010-11 season. “Julianna is a 6-5 post player that can move,” Rademacher said. “She keeps the ball high and can finish around the basket. She continues to get better and is someone that I am extremely excited about.” Detroit added two transfers to the team during the offseason in Chanahl Putnam and Britney Murphy. Neither player will see action until next year due to the NCAA transfer rules. “Chanahl and Britney make everyone around them better by the way they challenge players in practice,” Rademacher said. Putnam was an all-star at the junior college level when she played at St. Clair Community College. “Chanahl runs her heart out, she just plays so hard and I love that,” Rademacher added. “She is a perimeter point guard with great ball handling skills and she is a very good shooter. “I’m very happy that we have her for the next two years.”

Murphy comes to Detroit after playing at St. John’s University in the Big East. The Saginaw native returns to her home state, but will not suit up for the Titans until next season. “Britney could be one of the most ferocious competitors that I have come into contact with,” Rademacher stated. “She has a strong desire to win, and she is a bear on defense. Offensively, she can get to the basket and has the ability to pull up on a dime.” This year’s team will try to push the ball up the court to create an upbeat offensive tempo, as they have the talent to substitute deep into the bench. Defensively, they will try to disrupt the other team. “We want to get our opponents out of their comfort zone,” Rademacher said. “If we can take away a few things that they are good at, then we obviously have a better chance to win.” The first regular season game on the schedule will be at Calihan Hall against Oakland. The Titans will host two MidAmerican Conference teams after the game against the Golden Grizzlies before going on a seven game road trip. “Our nonconference schedule will be competitive,” Rademacher said. “I would rather play against teams from large conferences and have an opportunity to win or upset someone rather than the alternative.” The Titans used the same approach last year, and it paid off as they were able to win 16 of their final 21 games to record a 14-4 league record. “It was challenging at times during the early part of last year to keep the players confidence levels up,” Rademacher said. “We had to come in everyday and let the girls know that they were getting better, and figuring things out. When the new season (conference season) started, we were ready.” Detroit will play many teams from the state of Michigan. Oakland, Western Michigan, Michigan State, Eastern Michigan, and Michigan are all on the slate. “All of our instate rivalries will be competitive,” Rademacher said. “There is a certain amount of pride that the team plays with against those teams. In some cases the girls know each other, or they could have even been high school teammates. It also serves as a close trip for fans and parents, so it creates a good college basketball atmosphere.” The Titans will travel to New Orleans to play in the Big Easy Classic in the midst of their early season non-league schedule. While in New Orleans the team will face St. Joseph’s (Pa.) and host school Tulane. “It will be a good opportunity for the girls to go on this trip, and to be able to play against two very good opponents,” Rademacher added. The Horizon League schedule will begin on December 31 this year and the Titans are excited. “The cards were dealt and we are up in Green Bay for the first league game of the season,” Rademacher said. “I guess we will find out quickly where we are as a team in the Horizon League and go from there.” Calihan Hall will be busy during late February and early March as the team will play five of their final seven games at home. “We will be tested early, but the great part is that we end up at home,” Rademacher stated.

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CALIHAN HALL

The Titans continue to enjoy playing their home games on campus in Calihan Hall, which celebrated its 55th anniversary during the 2007-08 season. Calihan Hall has long been regarded as one of the premier places to watch basketball in all of Michigan. In 32 years of play in Calihan Hall, the Titans women’s basketball squad has enjoyed a 245-134 home court record. After a tough non-conference schedule during the 200910, the Titans bounced back to go undefeated in Calihan Hall through the month of January. The team went on an eight-game winning streak at home, giving them a great start to Horizon League play. The Titans defeated 23rd-ranked Green Bay 71-55 in the midst of the streak. Two years ago Detroit took down another 23rd-ranked team with a big win over Georgia. UDM defeated the Bulldogs by the final score of 70-66, marking one of the biggest wins at Calihan Hall in recent history. This year the Titans will open the season with three home contests against Oakland, Ball State, and Western Michigan. Butler will travel to Calihan Hall on Jan. 8, and Green Bay will wrap up the regular season when they visit Detroit on March 5. Detroit has played all of its home games in Calihan Hall the last 14 seasons after a five-year stretch of splitting games between Calihan Hall and Downtown at Detroit’s Cobo Arena. The Titans returned games to campus in 1993-94, a move which coincided with major exterior renovations and a rededication of Calihan Hall in September of 1993. A newly-painted playing floor greeted the Titans for the 1996 season, and almost all of the building’s locker rooms were remodeled in 1998, while a major interior renovation project began a year later. The court received another makeover in 2008, as the floor was resurfaced to highlight the Titans athletic logo prominently in the center of the court. In addition, the Horizon League logo has been moved to each free throw lane, consistent with the courts throughout the conference. In 2005-06, Detroit Titans women’s basketball entertained Loyola in its first Horizon League Tournament contest in Calihan Hall since hosting the 2000 MCC Women’s Basketball Tournament.

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The Titans women’s basketball team’s longest home-court winning streak during its years at Calihan Hall was 17 consecutive victories, which was rolled up during the 1985-86 and 1986-87 seasons. The 1986-87 streak included a 13-0 home record, which is part of the reason the Titans captured the MCC title during their first year of play in the conference. In Detroit’s history, the Titans have compiled six home winning streaks of 11 games or more. The women’s basketball record for scoring in a single game at Calihan Hall was set in 1987 by Cassandra Pack. The eventual MCC Player of the Year that season, Pack lit up then-conference rival Xavier for 39 points, leading Detroit to a 90-78 rout of the Musketeers. The arena also continues to serve as the host site for numerous games involving the Detroit Public School League, Catholic High School League and the Michigan High School Boys and Girls State Tournament. Additionally, a large number of UDM’s Intramural events are staged in Calihan Hall. The dedication of the University’s Memorial Building, as it was known back then, took place May 25, 1952. The first basketball game was played Dec. 2 of that year when the Titans defeated Kalamazoo, 75-61. In 1977, the 8,295-seat facility’s name was changed to Calihan Hall in honor of the Titans’ first basketball All-American, the late Bob Calihan. Following graduation in 1940 and a professional career in the National Basketball League—with stops in Detroit, Chicago and Rochester—Calihan returned to U-D in 1948 as the Titans’ head coach. In 21 years at the helm, he compiled a 306237 record, guiding his 1962 team to the NCAA Tournament and three others into the NIT. He also served 13 years as U-D’s athletic director, retiring in 1977. Calihan Hall houses the Titan Athletic offices, varsity and intramural locker rooms, sports medicine facilities and the Larry Bleach Weight Room. It also serves as the basketball practice facility for the Titans throughout the year, and is the site of their annual preseason exhibition games.


MEET THE TITANS

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2010-11 TV/RADIO ROSTER

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#1 Jalesa Jones Jr. / G / 5-4

#2 Britney Murphy Jr. / G / 5-6

#3 Chanahl Putnam Jr. / G / 5-6

#5 Sierra Spaude Jr. / G / 5-10

#12 Demeisha Fambro So. / G / 5-9

#14 Lauren Allen Jr. / G / 5-8

#20 Megan Hatter Fr. / F / 6-0

#21 Dominique Dixon So. / G / 5-8

#23 Senee Shearer Fr. / G / 5-7

#24 Tayler Langham Sr. / F / 5-9

#25 Yar Shayok So. / F / 6-1

#30 Talicia Washington Jr. / F / 6-1

#41 Cherridy Thornton So. / F / 6-1

#42 Julianna Glanz Fr. / C / 6-5

#50 Kassandra Hooten So. / F / 6-0

Head Coach Autumn Rademacher

Assistant Coach Emily Samuelson

Assistant Coach Mike Geary

Assistant Coach Royce Samuels

Graduate Assistant Sally Trombly


2010-11 ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER #

Name

1 2 3 5 12 14 20 21 23 24 25 30 41 42 50

Jalesa Jones Britney Murphy % Chanahl Putnam % Sierra Spaude Demeisha Fambro Lauren Allen Megan Hatter Dominique Dixon Senee Shearer Tayler Langham Yar Shayok Talicia Washington Cherridy Thornton Julianna Glanz Kassandra Hooten

Pos.

Ht.

G G G G G G F G G F F F F C F

5-4 5-6 5-6 5-10 5-9 5-8 6-0 5-8 5-7 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-0

Yr./Elig.

Hometown/H.S.(Previous School)

Jr./Jr. Detroit, MI/Pershing Jr./Jr. Saginaw, MI/Arthur Hill (St. John’s) Jr./Jr. Almont, MI/Almont (St. Clair C.C.) Jr./Jr. Sturgeon Bay, WI/Sturgeon Bay (UW-La Crosse) So./So. Detroit, MI/Crockett Tech Jr./Jr. Rochester Hills, MI/Rochester Fr./Fr. Howell, MI/Howell Jr./So. Detroit, MI/Renaissance (West Virginia) Fr./Fr. Detroit, MI/Pershing Sr./Sr. Plymouth, MI/Salem (Schoolcraft) Jr./So. Ottawa, ON/Hillcrest Sr./Jr. Auburn Hills, MI/Avondale So./So. Detroit, MI/Frank Cody Senior Fr./Fr. St. John’s MI/Waverly So./So. Moorhead, MN/Moorhead

%-Will sit out the 2010-11 season

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER #

Name

14 21 12 20 50 1 24 2 3 25 23 5 41 30

Lauren Allen Dominique Dixon Demeisha Fambro Megan Hatter Kassandra Hooten Jalesa Jones Tayler Langham Britney Murphy % Chanahl Putnam % Yar Shayok Senee Shearer Sierra Spaude Cherridy Thornton Talicia Washington

Pos.

Ht.

G G G F F G G G G F G G F F

5-8 5-8 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-4 5-9 5-6 5-6 6-1 5-7 5-10 6-1 6-1

Yr./Elig.

Hometown/H.S./Previous School

Jr./Jr. Rochester Hills, MI/Rochester Jr./So. Detroit, MI/Renaissance (West Virginia) So./So. Detroit, MI/Crockett Tech Fr./Fr. Howell, MI/Howell So./So. Moorhead, MN/Moorhead Jr./Jr. Detroit, MI/Pershing Sr./Sr. Plymouth, MI/Salem (Schoolcraft) Jr./Jr. Saginaw, MI/Arthur Hill (St. John’s) Jr./Jr. Almont, MI/Almont (St. Clair C.C.) Jr./So. Ottawa, ON/Hillcrest Fr./Fr. Detroit, MI/Pershing Jr./Jr. Sturgeon Bay, WI/Sturgeon Bay (UW-La Crosse) So./So. Detroit, MI/Frank Cody Senior Sr./Jr. Auburn Hills, MI/Avondale

%-Will sit out the 2010-11 season

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Graduate Assistant:

Autumn Rademacher (Detroit ‘97; Third Season) Emily Samuelson (Northern Michigan ‘04; Third Season) Mike Geary (Aquinas ‘79; Second Season) Royce Samuels (Mount Senario ‘92; First Season) Sally Trombly (Albion ‘02; First Season)

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Head Coach

AUTUMN RADEMACHER - 2010 Horizon League Coach of the Year Autumn Rademacher returns to Detroit for her third season as the head coach of the women’s basketball program. The Titans continue to improve each year as the former Detroit star guided the Titans to a 17-14 overall record a year ago, including a 14-4 mark in the Horizon League. The last time Detroit reached 14 conference wins was when Rademacher was a player during the 1996-97 season. The ‘97 team is special as they still stand as the only team to reach the NCAA tournament. After a tough non-conference schedule the Titans ended the year by winning 16 of their final 21 games. UDM played well at Calihan Hall as the Titans posted an 8-1 conference record during home contests. Rademacher’s efforts were recognized by the league as she was honored as the 2010 Horizon League Coach of the Year. Rademacher was not the only member of the team to receive post-season recognition. Brigid Mulroy was a first team AllConference selection, while Yar Shayok picked up second team honors. Shayok was also named the Horizon League Newcomer of the Year under Rademacher’s guidance. In her first year at the helm of the program, Rademacher led Detroit to a 12-19 overall record, which was a six-game turnaround from the previous season. The Titans also bettered their Horizon League mark by four games (7-11) from the 200708 campaign to finish eighth in the conference. One of the highlights from Rademacher’s first season was in her home coaching debut as the Titans captured a 70-66 victory over 23rd-ranked Georgia at Calihan Hall on Nov. 22. In addition, UDM took Eastern Michigan into double overtime on Dec. 20 in Ypsilanti and the Titans came out on top, 76-75. When Milwaukee, which finished second in the conference in 2008, came into town Detroit defeated the Panthers by a score of 59-50 on Feb. 12. Toward the end of the season, the Titans won three out of their last four contests, which included a defeat over

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Loyola in the first round of the Horizon League Championship in Detroit. Rademacher is the third-leading scorer in Titans history with 1,686 career points. She returned to UDM after four years on the staff at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, which won four Horizon League regular-season championships and two postseason titles (2005 and 2007) during her tenure. Before joining the Phoenix, Rademacher spent seven years as an assistant coach at Western Michigan. During her tenure at Green Bay, the Phoenix compiled a sparkling 104-22 record, dominating the Horizon League in the process while making a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. Rademacher helped Western Michigan to a 108-100 mark during her seven years with the Broncos. The squad advanced to post-season play four times during her stint there, including a berth in the 2003 NCAA Tournament following its MidAmerican Conference tournament title. Rademacher played for the Titans from 1993-97. She earned MCC first team honors in 1996 and again in 1997, and was a second-team, as well as an All-Newcomer team honoree as a freshman in 1994. She currently ranks in the top-10 in multiple statistical categories after four seasons as a starter at UDM, including third in career assists (439) and second in career 3-point field goals (201). Rademacher helped lead the Titans to a Horizon League post-season championship and a berth in the 1997 NCAA Tournament as a senior season. A native of Traverse City and a third-team All-State selection at Traverse City High School, Rademacher graduated from UDM in 1997 with a degree in criminal justice. Rademacher is single and resides in Ferndale. Her parents are Geff and Sharlene Rademacher, she has a brother Jeff, a sister-inlaw, Stephanie, as well as a niece, Sydney, and two nephews, Ethan and Collin.


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Assistant Coach

EMILY SAMUELSON - Third Season - Northern Michigan ‘04 Emily Samuelson enters her third year with the program as

Samuelson then transferred to Northern Michigan where

an assistant coach after being hired by Detroit Titans women’s

she played two seasons for the Wildcats. In her first season at

basketball head coach Autumn Rademacher.

NMU (2002-03), Samuelson earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate

“I recruited Emily when I was at Western Michigan,” said

Athletic Conference (GLIAC) All-Defensive team honors. In

Rademacher. “She is someone who brings a lot to the table; Emily

her senior season, Samuelson was named to the All-Conference

is extremely organized, is great with the players, and an excellent

second team, as well as the GLIAC All-Defensive team. For

communicator. I am thrilled to have her on my staff.”

her efforts in the classroom, Samuelson made the Dean’s List

Samuelson came to UDM from Franklin College (IN)

both semesters, was given the National College Athlete Honor

where she served as an assistant coach for its women’s program

Society Award and earned GLIAC All-Academic Team honors.

for two seasons (2006-08). While with the Grizzlies, Samuelson

Samuelson finished her collegiate career with over 1,200 points.

assisted in formulating practice plans, was involved in all aspects

After college, Samuelson played professionally in Germany’s

of recruiting, prepared scouting reports, was responsible for film

top division for the Marburg Blue Dolphins (2004-06). She

exchange and initiated an individual skill development program

finished eighth in the division in scoring during the 2004-05

for each player every week.

campaign and was named team captain the following season.

In addition to her coaching responsibilities, Samuelson

A native of Reed City, MI, Samuelson graduated from Reed

served as Franklin’s assistant sports information director. She

City High School where she closed out her career with 1,514

helped out in all phases of the creation of various media guides,

points.

updated statistics and assisted in writing various news releases, which were then distributed to the media. Samuelson started off her collegiate career at Western Michigan University (2000-02) when Rademacher was an assistant coach for the Broncos. While at WMU, Samuelson was named to the All Mid-American Conference Freshman Team (2001) and made the Dean’s List all four semesters.

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Samuelson graduated from NMU in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in social work and is currently pursuing her master’s degree at UDM.


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Assistant Coach

MIKE GEARY - Second Season - Aquinas ‘79 Mike Geary enters his second season as an assistant coach

Geary most recently coached for two seasons as an assistant at

for the women’s basketball team. Geary has more than 22 years of

Ball State from 2005 to 2007. He was part of a Cardinal coaching

college coaching experience as both a head and assistant coach.

staff that posted a mark of 41-19 during that time and helped lead

“The UDM women’s basketball program immediately improved with the hire of long time head coach Mike Geary,”

Geary is a graduate of Aquinas College. He has two sons,

Rademacher said. “He has an incredible resume and brings a

Sean and Tyler. Sean played collegiately at Michigan Tech, while

wealth of knowledge to our program. Mike specializes in player

Tyler is currently a member of the men’s basketball team at Lake

development, and our team benefits greatly from his expertise.”

Superior State.

Geary’s overall record as a head coach is 417-133, which includes 17 seasons at Northern Michigan University. While at the helm of the Wildcats’ program, Geary compiled an overall mark of 370-123. In addition, his teams at Northern Michigan made 12 appearances in the NCAA Division II basketball tournament, including two Elite 8 showings and one trip to the D-II Final Four. He was named GLIAC Coach of the Year on two occasions (‘89 and ‘97).

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BSU to the Women’s NIT in 2007.


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Assistant Coach

ROYCE SAMUELS - First Season - Mount Senario ‘92 Royce Samuels begins his first season as an assistant coach for the Detroit Titans. “I feel blessed and happy to be here in Detroit,” Samuels said. “I am fortunate to be able to work with such a great coaching staff, and I am excited to be a part of the women’s basketball program.” Samuels brings a wealth of coaching experience to the Titan staff. He has been a part of American Amateur Union (AAU) basketball for 18 years. Samuels most recently served as the head coach for Team Wisconsin. During his time with Team Wisconsin Samuels helped Nicole Griffin develop into one of the best post players in the country. Griffin is rated as the No. 10 center by ESPN Hoopgurlz, and has signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball for the Oklahoma Sooners. Samuels held a coaching position in the state of Michigan from 2003-07 with Olivet College. While with the Comets, Samuels was heavily involved with recruiting. He also monitored individual performances and provided training schedules to the team. Prior to his time at Olivet, Samuels was an assistant coach for the men’s team at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. He also served as a multicultural advisor while at UW-Stout. Samuels began his coaching career at the AAU level, yet he also spent some time coaching as an assistant at Douglass High School from 1998-2000. Samuels, a native of El-Reno, Oklahoma, is a 1992 graduate of Mount Senario College. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice. He has a son named Tyler that will be attending the University of Notre Dame this fall.

Graduate Assistant

SALLY TROMBLY - First Season - Albion ‘02 Sally Trombly enters her first season as the graduate assistant for the women’s basketball program. Her responsibilities with the program include organizing and exchanging film, assisting in on-campus recruiting, and working on multiple office administration tasks. “I am very excited about the addition of Sally Trombly to our staff,” Rademacher said. “She brings positive energy daily and has a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for the game of basketball. I am really looking forward to having her as a part of the Detroit Titan women’s basketball program.” Before arriving on campus, Trombly worked as a freelance writer in the Michigan area. Her articles have appeared in Traverse Magazine, Traverse City Business News, and online at ehow.com. Trombly also received a clinical massage therapy certification in 2005. A native of Mt. Pleasant, Trombly now resides in Ferndale. She is pursuing her teaching certification at Detroit, as she holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Albion College. Her parents are Barry and Sherry Trombly. She has a sister, Lisa Ritter, and a brother Ben Trombly.

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Year Coach 1977-78 Sue Kreszewski 1978-79 Sue Kreszewski 1979-80 Sue Kreszewski CAREER 1980-81 Mary Roickle 1981-82 Mary Roickle 1982-83 Mary Roickle CAREER 1982-83 Tom Mooney CAREER 1983-84 DeWayne Jones 1984-85 DeWayne Jones 1985-86 DeWayne Jones 1986-87 DeWayne Jones 1987-88 DeWayne Jones 1988-89 DeWayne Jones 1989-90 DeWayne Jones CAREER 1990-91 Fred Procter 1991-92 Fred Procter 1992-93 Fred Procter 1993-94 Fred Procter 1994-95 Fred Procter 1995-96 Fred Procter CAREER Year Coach 1996-97 Nikita Lowry 1997-98 Nikita Lowry 1998-99 Nikita Lowry CAREER 1999-00 Anne Rexford 2000-01 Anne Rexford 2001-02 Anne Rexford 2002-03 Anne Rexford CAREER 2003-04 Mickey Barrett 2004-05 Mickey Barrett 2005-06 Mickey Barrett 2006-07 Mickey Barrett 2007-08 Mickey Barrett CAREER 2007-08 Lee Piepho$ CAREER 2008-09 Autumn Rademacher 2009-10 Autumn Rademacher CAREER

Overall 18-3 27-4 25-8 70-15 (.823) 23-7 20-7 3-6 46-20 (.697) 4-14 4-14 (.222) 14-12 17-11 16-12 21-6 4-24 12-16 7-20 91-101 (.474) 13-15 17-12 11-16 15-13 18-14 19-8 93-78 (.544) Overall 23-7 12-16 13-15 48-38 (.558) 18-9 17-12 16-14 10-20 61-55 (.526) 15-14 9-20 11-17 5-26 1-7 41-84 (.328) 5-17 5-17 (.227) 12-19 17-14 29-33 (.468)

Conference N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 6-4 9-5 8-6 8-2 2-8 7-7 6-10 46-42 (.523) 9-7 6-6 5-11 8-4 8-8 13-3 49-39 (.557) Conference 14-2 6-8 10-4 30-14 (.682) 9-5 9-5 9-7 6-10 33-27 (.550) 10-6 5-11 8-8 1-15 N/A 24-40 (.375) 3-15 3-15 (.167) 7-11 14-4 21-15 (.583)

Sue Kreszewski

DeWayne Jones

$-named interim head coach on Dec. 12, 2007.

TOTALS 32 YEARS

OVERALL 488-455 (.517)

CONFERENCE 206-192 (.518)

Fred Procter

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Tayler Langham

LANGHAM'S 09-10 SEASON-HIGHS Points Field Goals 3-Pt. FGs Rebounds Assists FT Made Blocks Steals Minutes

Senior - Guard - 5-9 Plymouth, MI

14 vs. Colgate (12/30/09) 6 vs. Colgate (12/30/10) 1, 2x, last vs. Loyola (3/10/10) 11 at Milwaukee (1/7/10) 2, 3x, last at Youngstown (2/27/10) 4 vs. Wright State (1/3/10) 2 at Georgia (12/22/09) 1, 8x, last vs. Butler (3/12/10) 23 at Milwaukee (1/7/10)

Salem High School LANGHAM'S DETROIT STATISTICS YEAR 09-10

GP-GS 21-9

MIN 343

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 39-115 .339 2-14 .143

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 20-29 .690 19 41 60 2.9

A TO BK ST TP-AVG 10 32 3 8 100-4.8

2009-10...

PREP...

Played in 21 games with nine starts… Averaged 4.8 points and 2.9 rebounds per game… Went 20-for-29 from the charity stripe (69%)… Had 10 assists and recorded eight steals… Averaged 16.3 minutes of playing time per game… Shot 22% from the field (39-115)… Made her season debut against Michigan with nine points and six rebounds (Dec. 19)… Recorded two blocked shots against #9 Georgia (Dec. 22)… Reached double-digit scoring for the first time of the season against Colgate with 14 points off 6-of-12 shooting… Played a season-high 31 minutes against the Raiders (Dec. 30)... Played in 16 conference games with seven starts… Averaged 3.8 points and 2.7 rebounds in HL play… Went perfect from the free throw line (4-4) against Wright State ( Jan. 3)… Led the team with a season-high 11 rebounds at Milwaukee ( Jan. 7)… Scored 12 points in 12 minutes against Youngstown State off 5-of-7 shooting from the field (Feb. 27)… Put together another 12 point night against Loyola (March 10).

2007 graduate of Plymouth-Salem High School... Earned two varsity letters in basketball... Sat out sophomore season due to transferring high schools after freshman year... Earned First Team All-Observer in 2007... Named to All-Conference team senior year.

AT SCHOOLCRAFT... Played two years at Schoolcraft... Earned NJCAA Division II AllAmerica honors in 2009... Became only the third player in Schoolcraft history to receive this recognition... Helped lead Schoolcraft to the 2009 NJCAA Division II National Championship game... Closed out 2009 leading the Ocelots with 15.9 points per game and shot a resounding .506 from the field... Both of these numbers had her ranked in the top50 among conference peers.... Played in 67 career games and scored a total of 731 career points.

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PERSONAL... Daughter of Shanna Mueller, Wolfgang Mueller and Lewis Langham... Has three siblings: Landon Langham, Wolfgang and Walker Mueller... Landon played football at Western Michigan... Enjoys shopping... Majoring in business.


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Jalesa Jones

JONES' CAREER-HIGHS Points 20 vs. Loyola (3/10/10) Field Goals 7 vs. Butler (2/18/10) 3-Pt. FGs 2, 3x, last vs. Michigan St. (11/15/09) Rebounds 8 at Cleveland State (2/21/09) Assists 10 at Eastern Michigan (12/20/08) FT Made 8, 3x, last vs. Loyola 3/10/10 Blocks 1, 3x, last at Green Bay (3/11/09) Steals 6 at Valparaiso (1/21/10) Minutes 45 at Valparaiso (1/21/10)

Junior - Guard - 5-4 Detroit, MI Pershing High School

JONES'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 08-09 09-10 Total:

GP-GS 31-26 31-31 62-57

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— MIN FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 823 39-126 .310 13-45 .289 1100 95-249 .382 8-57 .140 1923 134-375 .357 21-102 .206

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 50-76 .658 18 80 98 3.2 107-164 .652 23 89 112 3.6 157-240 .654 41 169 210 3.4

2009-10... One of three players to start in all 31 contests for the Titans… Led the team, and the Horizon League by averaging 5.1 assists per game… Ranks fourth all-time at Detroit with 159 assists in a single-season… Logged the second most amount of time on the court by averaging 35.5 minutes per game… Averaged 9.8 points and 3.6 rebounds per game… Led the team from the charity stripe with 107 free throws… Tied for the team-lead in steals with 54… Averaged 10.3 points per game in conference play… Scored a career-high 20 points against Loyola on 6-of-10 shooting (March 10)… Went 8-for-11 from the free throw line against the Ramblers… Scored in double figures 16 times… Scored 12 points and added seven assists in the season opener against Oakland (Nov. 13)… Went on to score 10 points against Michigan State (Nov. 15) and 11 at Cincinnati (Nov. 21)… Went 4-of-6 from the field against Morehead State, including a three pointer and a 6-for-9 day from the charity stripe to lead the team with 15 points and seven assists (Dec. 13)… Ended the month of December with a 17 point, five-rebound, five-assist performance against Colgate (Dec. 30)… Led the team in scoring at Milwaukee with 14 points ( Jan. 7)… Dropped a team-high 17 points on Cleveland State to go along with five rebounds and six assists ( Jan. 30)… Scored 12 points in back-to-back contests against Green Bay (Feb. 4) and Milwaukee (Feb. 6)… Shot 7-of-15 from the field to net 17 points against Butler (Feb. 18)… Also led the team with seven assists against the Bulldogs… Helped the Titans defeat Valparaiso with a 16 point game off 6-of-11 shooting… Added eight assists and five rebounds against the Crusaders… Did damage from the charity stripe (8-for-12) against Youngstown State to finish with 16 points and seven assists (Feb. 27)… Ended the year with an 11 point, six assist game against Butler (March 12)… Played in all 45 minutes of action against Valparaiso ( Jan. 21).

2008-09... Made an appearance in every game in first year with the Titans and was in the starting line-up 26 times… Second on the team with 84 assists on the year… Led or tied for the lead among teammates in assists on 13 occasions… Finished 10th in the Horizon League with 2.7 assists per game… Averaged 4.5 points and 3.2 rebounds per game… Tied for a game-high four assists against Loyola (March 5) and added two steals for the Titans to help Detroit advance in the Horizon League Championship... One of three Titans to score in double figures, which included a 4-of-4 showing at the line, to end with a team third-best 10 points against UIC (Mar. 5)... Registered season-highs in points

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PF-D A TO BK ST TP-AVG 50-0 84 83 3 42 141-4.5 74-3 159 105 0 54 305-9.8 124-3 243 188 3 96 446-7.2

(14), rebounds (8), as well as made free throws (7) and tied personalbest of five steals at Cleveland State (Feb. 21)... Led the Titans with 14 points, while only missing one attempt at the charity stripe against the Vikings... Contributed a game-best four assists at Youngstown State (Feb. 19)... Collected a game-high and personal-best five steals against Green Bay (Feb. 14)... Perfect from the line (4-of-4) against Milwaukee (Feb. 12)... Collected a season-best three steals and led the Titans with three assists at Butler (Feb. 8)... Tallied a team second-best five rebounds at Milwaukee ( Jan. 17)... Pulled down a team second-best six rebounds at Green Bay ( Jan. 15)... Ended with 12 points against Valparaiso ( Jan. 10)... Tied for a game second-best four assists in 43 minutes of play versus the Crusaders... Set personal-standard of two 3-pointers against Butler ( Jan. 8)... Dished out a game-high nine assists and had a 5-of-6 showing at the line at UIC ( Jan. 5)... Tied for a team fourth-best nine points and added two steals, along with three assists at Loyola ( Jan. 3)... Added six points, one steal and one assist at Canisius (Dec. 28)... Made key lay-up to help secure Detroit’s one-point double OT win at Eastern Michigan (Dec. 20)... Dished out a game-high and personal-best 10 assists in 40 minutes of play against the Eagles... Tallied a team-best five assists against Morehead State (Dec. 17)... Dished out a team-high four assists at Iowa State (Dec. 14)... Played a personal-best 36 minutes at Colgate (Nov. 29)... Tied for a game-high six assists in 35 minutes of play against Georgia (Nov. 22)... Started first collegiate game against Cincinnati (Nov. 14)... Dished out a game-high five assists, netted 10 points and tied for a team-high seven rebounds against the Bearcats.

PREP... 2008 graduate of Detroit Pershing High School... Earned four varsity letters in basketball... Averaged 25.0 points per game, 10.0 apg and 7.0 rebounds per contest in 2008... Earned All-Detroit First Team honors senior season... Tabbed for the Detroit Ms. PSL Award in 2008... Earned Associated Press All-Michigan First Team and first team allmetro honors last year at DPHS... Named to the All-Detroit Second Team junior season... Earned all-state honorable mention honors in 2007... Collected two varsity letters in track & field, one in cross country and one in softball at DPHS... Played for the AAU team, Michigan Crossovers, junior and senior years... Crossovers won the state title in 2007.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Ramona Banks... Has an older sibling, Jevone... Majoring in accounting.


DETROIT TITANS JALESA JONES

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Lauren Allen

ALLEN'S CAREER-HIGHS Points 19 vs. Milwaukee (2/6/10) Field Goals 9 vs. Milwaukee (2/6/10) 3-Pt. FGs 3, 2x, last at UIC 2/13/10 Rebounds 11 vs. Georgia (11/22/08) Assists 8, 3x, last vs Milwaukee (2/6/10) FT Made 4 at Loyola (2/11/10) Blocks 1, 6x, last vs Loyola (3/10/10) Steals 4, 2x, last at Cleveland State (2/25/10) Minutes 45, 2x last at Valparaiso (1/21/10)

Junior - Guard - 5-8 Rochester Hills, MI Rochester High School

ALLEN'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 08-09 09-10 Total:

GP-GS 31-15 31-28 62-43

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— MIN FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 785 65-204 .319 21-84 .250 1074 94-268 .351 31-94 .330 1859 159-472 .337 52-178 .292

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 11-26 .423 32 62 94 3.0 14-28 .500 32 98 130 4.2 25-54 .463 64 160 224 3.6

2009-10... Played in all 31 games for Detroit with 28 starts… Second on the team with 127 assists… Averaged 7.5 points and 4.2 rebounds per game… Averaged 34.6 minutes per game… Recorded 40 steals… Started in all 18 Horizon League contests… Averaged 9.0 points per game in conference play… Poured in a career-high 19 points against Milwaukee after shooting 9-for-17 from the field (Feb. 6)… Added seven rebounds and matched her career mark in assists with eight against the Panthers… Scored in double figures nine times… Led the team in scoring with 12 points against Michigan (Dec. 19)… Helped Detroit defeat Wright State by leading the team with a season-best nine rebounds, while also adding eight assists ( Jan. 3)… Led the team in points (11) and rebounds (6) against Green Bay ( Jan. 9)… Provided a lift in Detroit’s one point win over UIC with 10 points, four rebounds, and seven assists ( Jan.14)… Came back to lead the Titans in scoring against the Flames in Chicago on 7-of-15 shooting to net 17 points (Feb. 13)… Dropped 15 points and seven rebounds at Loyola (Feb. 11)… Led the team with eight boards at Cleveland State (Feb. 25)… Shot 6-of-12 from the field to score 14 points against Youngstown State (Feb. 27)… Added seven assists in 39 minutes of action against the Penguins… Logged a season-high 45 minutes in an overtime road win over Valparaiso ( Jan 21).

2008-09... Played in every game for the Titans and was in the starting line-up 15 times… Dished out a team third-best 67 assists on the year… Led or tied for the lead in rebounds on five occasions and six times in assists… Finished 10th among conference peers with a 1.0 assist/turnover ratio… Tied for a team-second best 10 points and added a team-high five assists in the second round of the Horizon League Championship at Green Bay (Mar. 11)… One of four Titans to score in double figures with 11 points and dished out a personal-best eight assists against Loyola (Mar. 9)... Poured in a team-high and personal-best 17 points after shooting 8-of-16 from the field against Wright State (Feb. 28)... Added six rebounds, one assist and one steal in 26 minutes of play against the Raiders... Dished out four assists against Youngstown State ( Jan. 24)... Shot 5-of-9 from the field to score 12 points and added four assists in 37 minutes of play at Canisius (Dec. 28)... Scored in double figures with 11 points in a personal-best 45 minutes of action at Eastern Michigan

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PF-D A TO BK ST TP-AVG 32-0 67 64 4 21 162-5.2 43-1 127 94 2 40 233-7.5 75-1 194 158 6 61 395-6.4

(Dec. 20)... Finished with a team second-best 12 points at Albany (Dec. 1) after shooting 60 percent from the field... Scored a team second-best 11 points and grabbed a team-high five rebounds at Colgate (Nov. 29)... Dished out a team second-best five assists and collected a game-high three steals against Indiana State (Nov. 25)... Started first collegiate game against #23 Georgia (Nov. 22)… Collected first career double-double with a team third-best 13 points and tied for a game-high 11 rebounds in Detroit’s win over the Bulldogs... Dished out a team second-best five helpers in 40 minutes of action against UGA... Tied for a team-high seven rebounds and saw 33 minutes of action in first collegiate game on Nov. 14 at Cincinnati.

PREP... Graduated from Rochester High School in 2008... Earned four varsity letters in basketball... Named to the Oakland Press Second Team in 2007, and third team preceding season... Member of the Rochester Eccentric Dream Team in 2007... Earned The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press Third Team honors junior and senior years... Tabbed as team MVP in 2006, ‘07 and was co-MVP in 2008... Falcons won Oakland District title, as well as regionals, last two years at RHS... Team captured league title in 2008... Earned all-league honors all four years... Scored a career-high 29 points in 2006... RHS accumulated a combined 46-6 overall record in 2007 and ‘08.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Jacqueline q Williams and Lawrence Allen… Has two siblings, basketball at gs, Aviana Williams and Payton Allen... Father played ba Sam Houston University... y Majoring j g in p psychology. y gy


DETROIT TITANS LAUREN ALLEN

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Talicia Washington

WASHINGTON'S CAREER-HIGHS Points Field Goals 3-Pt. FGs Rebounds Assists FT Made Blocks Steals Minutes

Junior - Forward - 6-1 Auburn Hills, MI Avondale High School

14, twice, last at at Loyola (1/3/09) 6 at Eastern Michigan (12/20/08) N/A 10 at Loyola (1/3/09) 2 vs. Valparaiso (1/10/09) 6 at Loyola (1/3/09) 4 at Green Bay (3/11/09) 3 at Eastern Michigan (12/20/08) 30 at Milwaukee (1/17/09)

WASHINGTON'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 08-09 09-10

GP-GS 31-15

MIN 576

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 63-133 .474 0-0 .000

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 39-57 .684 61 85 146 4.7 Did Not Play

2009-10...

2007-08...

Did not play due to injury.

Claimed a medical redshirt.

2008-09...

PREP...

Saw action in every game for the Titans and was in the starting line-up 15 times… Finished the year fifth among teammates with an average of 5.3 points per game… Ended with a team second-best 16 blocks… Tallied a career-high four blocks and was one of three Titans to score in double figures (10) at Green Bay in the second round of the Horizon League Championship (Mar. 11)… Scored nine points and tied for a game second-best eight rebounds against Loyola (Mar. 9)... Added nine points and collected five rebounds against Loyola (Mar. 5)... Tied for a game-high seven rebounds in 20 minutes of action against Wright State (Feb. 28)... Grabbed five rebounds against Green Bay (Feb. 14)... Shot 5-of-7 from the field to score 11 points against Milwaukee (Feb. 12)... Grabbed a team second-best six rebounds and added seven points against Cleveland State ( Jan. 22)... Played a season-high 30 minutes and scored a team second-best 11 points at Milwaukee ( Jan. 17)... Collected first career double-double with 10 boards and a team-high 14 points at Loyola ( Jan. 3)... Made all six attempts at the line against the Ramblers... Tied for a team-best eight rebounds at Canisius (Dec. 28)... Led the Titans in scoring with 14 points after a 6-of-12 showing from the field at Eastern Michigan (Dec. 20)... Tied for a game-high three steals against the Eagles... Shot 4-of-7 from the field to end with a team third-best nine points against Morehead State (Dec. 17)... Grabbed a team-high nine rebounds and tied for a team-best two blocks in 25 minutes of action against the Eagles... Started first collegiate game at Iowa State (Dec. 14)... Pulled down a team third-best four rebounds at Bowling Green (Dec. 3)... Tied for a team second-best six rebounds against #23 Georgia (Nov. 22)... Came off the bench to score six points, and grab seven rebounds for the Titans at Michigan State (Nov. 19)... Made her Titan debut on Nov. 14 in Detroit’s season opening game at Cincinnati... Added two points and two rebounds in seven minutes of play against the Bearcats.

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A TO BK ST TP-AVG 10 46 16 11 165-5.3

2007 graduate of Avondale High School... Earned three varsity letters in basketball... Garnered scholar athlete honors all four years... Yellow Jackets won the Class A Oakland Athletic Association I District in 2006 and 2007... Team won regionals and qualified for state quarterfinals her junior season.... Yellow Jackets advanced to the regional in 2007.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Michael and Lucille Washington... Has an older sister, Fayetta... Father played football at Ohio State and Baldwin Wallace... Majoring in accounting and finance.


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Sierra Spaude

SPAUDE'S 09-10 SEASON-HIGHS Points Field Goals 3-Pt. FGs Rebounds Assists FT Made Blocks Steals Minutes

Junior - Guard - 5-10 Sturgeon Bay, WI

20 vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10) 7 vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10) 4 vs. Valparaiso (2/20/10) 8 vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10) 3 vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10) 3 vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10) 1 vs. Green Bay (2/4/10) 2, 2x, last vs. Butler (2/18/10) 36, 2x, last vs. Loyola (2/11/10)

Sturgeon Bay High School SPAUDE'S DETROIT STATISTICS YEAR 09-10

GP-GS 20-13

MIN 391

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 40-90 .444 25-63 .397

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 8-12 .667 13 39 52 2.6

A TO BK ST TP-AVG 11 33 1 10 113-5.7

2009-10...

PREP...

Played in 20 games with 13 starts… Averaged 5.7 points and 2.6 rebounds per game… Shot 39 percent from three-point land (25-for63), and 44 percent from the field (40-90) … Averaged 19.6 minutes per game… Ended the year with 11 assists and 10 steals… Made season debut at Morehead State with three points, four rebounds and two assists… Exploded for a season-high 20 points on 7-of-13 shooting against Youngstown State ( Jan. 28)… Also grabbed a season-high eight rebounds against the Penguins… Averaged 6.0 points in Horizon League play… Poured in 11 points against Cleveland State ( Jan. 30)… Helped Detroit defeat Milwaukee with a 10 point, six-rebound effort (Feb. 6)… Reached double-digit scoring against Valparaiso with 14 points (Feb. 20)… Played a season-high 28 minutes against Youngstown State ( Jan. 28).

2007 graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School... Earned three varsity letters in basketball at SBHS... Ended career with 1,102 total points... Averaged 17.1 points and 7.2 rebounds per contest... Shot 50 percent from the field senior season... Tabbed as the Green Bay Area Player of the Year in 2007... Earned Green Bay Area Second Team honors junior year... Named 2006 Packerland Conference Player of the Year... Named first team all-conference last three seasons with the Clippers... Tabbed as the Green Bay Press Gazette Area Player of the Year in 2007... Participant in the WBCA All-Star Game Division II senior season... Garnered WBCA Honorable Mention All-Wisconsin honors in 2007... Earned four varsity letters in volleyball and track and field at Sturgeon Bay... Named Packerland Track Athlete of the Year in 2006 and 2007... Holds school and Door County records in 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, triple jump, 4x200 meter relay and the 4x400 meter relay... Graduated in top 15 percent of class... Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletics Association (WIAA) Scholar Athlete... Member of the National Honor Society... Served as a CCD instructor for the Corpus Christi Church... Played a season of club ball for the Purple Aces.

2008-09... Sat out the season due to the NCAA transfer rule.

AT WISCONSIN-LA CROSSE... Played the 2007-08 season for the Eagles... Saw action in 14 games... Averaged 1.6 points per game and 0.7 rebounds per contest... On the Dean’s List both semesters.

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PERSONAL... Daughter of Elizabeth and Steven Spaude… Has a younger sibling, Sawyer... Enjoys road biking, playing tennis, hiking, painting and photography... Majoring in criminal justice.


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Yar Shayok

SHAYOK'S CAREER-HIGHS Points Field Goals 3-Pt. FGs Rebounds Assists FT Made Blocks Steals Minutes

Sophomore - Forward - 6-1 Ottawa, ON Hillcrest High School

26 at Oakland (11/13/09) 11 at Oakland (11/13/09) 1, 4x, last vs Green Bay (2/4/10) 17 at Loyola (2/11/10) 5 vs Loyola (1/16/10) 4, 4x, last at Loyola (2/11/10) 4 at Wright State (3/6/10) 6 at Milwaukee (1/7/10) 41 at Cleveland State (2/25/10)

SHAYOK'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 08-09 09-10 Total:

GP-GS 2-1 31-31 33-32

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— MIN FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 19 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 1059 157-306 .513 4-13 .308 1078 158-312 .506 4-13 .308

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 3-4 .750 1 3 4 2.0 49-91 .538 90 210 300 9.7 52-95 .547 91 213 304 9.2

A TO BK ST TP-AVG 1 5 1 0 5-2.5 34 78 25 54 367-11.8 35 83 26 54 372-11.3

2009-10...

PREP...

Recognized as the Newcomer of the Year in the Horizon League… Named All-League second team… Part of the HL All-Newcomer Team… One of three players to start in all 31 contests for the Titans… Led the team, and finished second in the conference by averaging 9.7 rebounds per game… Led the team in rebounds 25 times on the year… Finished fifth in the conference in blocked shots per game (0.8)… Ranks fifth all-time at Detroit with 300 rebounds in a single-season… Averaged 11.8 points per game, second-most on team… Shot 51% from the field to lead the team (157-306)… Averaged 34.2 minutes per game… Tied for the team lead in steals with 54… Dished out 34 assists… Recorded 10 double-doubles… Managed to get five double-doubles in a span of seven games ( Jan. 28 – Feb. 18)… Started in all 18 conference games while shooting 56% from the field… Led the team in rebounds during 13 straight contests ( Jan. 9 - Feb. 20)… Had a great start to the season with a career-high 26 points and 14 rebounds at Oakland (Nov. 13)… Second double-double of the year came at Cincinnati after a 12 point, 10 rebound night (Nov. 21)… Scored 19 points and added 13 rebounds against Eastern Michigan (Dec. 5)… Helped UDM defeat Colgate by scoring 10 points and collecting 10 boards… Scored 18 points against UIC on Jan. 14, and followed that game with 16 rebounds against Loyola ( Jan. 16)… Scored 10 points in three straight games ( Jan. 21 – Jan. 28)… Scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds against Cleveland State ( Jan. 30)… Helped UDM defeat #23 Green Bay by scoring 17 points while adding 12 rebounds for her seventh double-double of the year… Scored 16 points and collected a career-high 17 rebounds at Loyola (Feb. 11)… Ended the season with a 19 point, 11 rebound game against Butler in the HL Tournament… Set a career-high in minutes played with 41 against Cleveland State (Feb. 25).

Graduated from Hillcrest High School in 2008... Led the Hawks in points, rebounds and blocks last two seasons... Averaged 20.0 points per game as a senior... Scored a season-high 34 points in 2008... Named HHS MVP during both her junior and senior campaigns... Selected to represent the Hawks on the East All-Star Team in Ottawa, Canada (2005-06)... Garnered Player of the Game Award three years in a row (2005-07)... Earned Basketball Tournament MVP Award during her senior season... Given HHS Team Hustle award in 2005... Member of the Honor Society for three years (2006-08)... On the Cancer Drive Committee first three years at HHS... Played for the Ottawa Celtics for four years and the Kanata Cavaliers for one season.

2008-09... Started first collegiate game in the Titans season opener at Cincinnati (Nov. 14)... Added five points and one block in 17 minutes of play against the Bearcats… Pulled down one rebound in just two minutes of action against Indiana State (Nov. 25).

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PERSONAL... Daughter of Makur and Helena Shayok... Has two older sisters, Lau and Akuluel, as well as two younger brothers, Shayok and Marial... Father played basketball at the University of Dayton... Majoring in pre-law.


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Demeisha Fambro

FAMBRO'S CAREER-HIGHS Points 22 vs. Eastern Michigan (12/5/09) Field Goals 8 vs. Eastern Michigan (12/5/09) 3-Pt. FGs 3, 2x, last vs. Youngstown St. (1/28/10) Rebounds 9 vs. Eastern Michigan (12/5/09) Assists 3, 3x, last vs. Valparaiso (2/20/10) FT Made 5, 2x, last vs. Eastern Michigan (12/5/09) Blocks 1 at UIC (2/13/10) Steals 4 vs. Eastern Michigan (12/5/09) Minutes 35 at Cincinnati (11/21/09)

Sophomore - Guard - 5-9 Detroit, MI Crockett Tech High School

FAMBRO'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 09-10

GP-GS 31-8

MIN 569

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 93-245 .380 28-90 .311

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 34-50 .680 13 70 83 2.7

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A TO BK ST TP-AVG 1 60 1 18 248-8.0

2009-10...

PREP...

Played in all 31 games with eight starts… Averaged 8.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game… Shot 31 percent from behind the arc (28-90) and 38 percent from the field (93-245)… Averaged 18.4 minutes per contest… Shot 68 percent from the free throw line (34-50)… Tallied 28 assists… recorded 18 steals… Put together a great game against Eastern Michigan with a 22 point, nine-rebound performance against the Eagles… Went 8-for-20 from the field against EMU… Connected on all five of her free throw attempts and added four steals against the Eagles… Opened the season with 17 points and seven rebounds at Oakland (Nov. 13)… Stayed in double-digit scoring against Michigan State with 13 points (Nov. 15)… Dropped 15 points against Morehead State (Dec. 13)… Played in all 18 Horizon League contests… Averaged 6.7 points in league play… Kicked off the HL season with 13 points against Wright State ( Jan. 3)… Helped the team record a two-point victory at Valparaiso by scoring 15 points ( Jan. 21)… Ended January on a high note with 15 points and six rebounds against Youngstown State ( Jan. 28)… Added 10 points and five rebounds against Cleveland State ( Jan. 30)… Stepped up at UIC to score 16 points... Added six rebounds against the Flames (Feb. 13)… Logged a season-high 35 minutes at Cincinnati (Nov. 21).

2009 graduate of Crockett Tech High School… Earned four varsity letters in basketball… McDonald’s All-American nominee… Averaged 24.6 points per game her senior season to end the year second in Michigan… Earned All-Detroit and All-Michigan honors her junior season… Named team’s Most Valuable Player (2009), Most Important Player (2008), Most Outstanding Player (2007) and Most Dedicated (2006)… Garnered Rise All-Area First Team honors her senior season, second team honors junior year and was on fourth team in 2007… Served as team captain in 2009… Earned all-league honors junior year… Set career-highs in points (46), assists (9), steals (7) and rebounds (10) while with the Rockets… Earned four varsity letters in track & field… Competed in both all-city and all-state meets in the 4x100 and 4x200 meter relays in 2007… Tabbed as a scholar-athlete junior year… Played two seasons for both AAU squads, Team Detroit (under RJ Eddie) and Instant Offense… Selected to compete with the Detroit’s Finest National Team (2007-08)… Earned assistant principal honors first two years at CTHS and principal honors junior season… Member of the H.O.S.A. (Health Occupations Students of America) and the National Honor Society… DPS Excellence Award winner… Served on Student Council for three years.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Aeisha Fambro… Majoring in pre-med.

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Cherridy Thornton

THORNTON'S CAREER-HIGHS Points Field Goals 3-Pt. FGs Rebounds Assists FT Made Blocks Steals Minutes

Sophomore - Forward - 6-1 Detroit, MI Frank Cody High School

5, 2x, last at Green Bay (1/9/10) 2, 2x, last at Georgia (12/22/09) 1 at Cincinnati (11/21/09) 4, 2x, last at Butler (1/23/10) 2 at Butler (1/23/10) 3 at Green Bay (1/9/10) N/A 1, 2x, last at Wright State (3/6/10) 21 at Georgia (12/22/09)

THORNTON'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 09-10

GP-GS 24-0

MIN 157

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 11-38 .289 1-7 .143

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 5-8 .625 7 22 29 1.2

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A TO BK ST TP-AVG 3 14 0 2 28-1.2

2009-10...

PREP...

Played in 24 games… Averaged 1.2 points and 1.2 rebounds per game… Had three assists… Came up with two steals… Averaged 6.5 minutes per contest… Scored two points and grabbed three rebounds in her first game as a Titan… Dropped five points and added three rebounds at Cincinnati (Nov. 21)… Hit her only three-point field goal of the season against the Bearcats… Came up with four points at Georgia (Dec. 22)… Logged a season-high 21 minutes against the Bulldogs… Matched her career-high with five points against Green Bay ( Jan. 9)… Added four rebounds against the Phoenix… Hauled in four rebounds at Butler ( Jan. 23)… Dished out a season-high two assists against the Bulldogs.

2009 graduate of Frank Cody Senior High School… Earned four varsity letters in basketball at FCSHS… Named MVP for both Westside PSL and the Comets senior season… 2009 Ms. PSL nominee… Served as team captain senior year... Led FCHS in scoring all four years… Ranked No. 1 in 2009 Prep Spotlight… Ranked first in Class of 2009 for Prep Spotlight… Earned The Detroit News Freshman First Team and Sophomore First Team honors… Named to The Detroit News Upperclassmen Second Team in 2008… Collected All-Detroit honors from The Detroit Free Press first three years at FCSHS… Earned regional and all-state honorable mention honors freshman and sophomore seasons, respectively… Jersey number was retired at end of high school career.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Nicholette Thornton… Has two siblings: Destiny and Markasia Thornton… Majoring in civil engineering.

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Kassandra Hooten

HOOTEN'S CAREER-HIGHS Points 14 at Morehead State (12/13/09) Field Goals 4, 2x, last at Morehead St. (12/13/09) 3-Pt. FGs 2 at Morehead State (12/13/09) Rebounds 7, 2x, last vs. Bowling Green (12/9/09) Assists 2, 2x, last at Green Bay (1/9/10) FT Made 4 at Morehead State (12/13/09) Blocks N/A Steals 1, 5x, last vs. Valparaiso (2/20/10) Minutes 33 at Morehead State (12/13/09)

Sophomore - Forward - 6-0 Moorhead, MN Moorhead High School

HOOTEN'S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 09-10

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GP-GS 30-4

MIN 400

—TOTAL— —3-POINT— FG-A PCT FG-A PCT 28-90 .311 4-17 .235

—REBOUNDS— FT-FTA PCT O D TOT AVG 15-21 .714 29 36 65 2.2

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2009-10...

PREP...

Played in 30 games with four starts… Averaged 2.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game… Shot 71 percent from the free throw line (15-21)… Grabbed 29 offensive rebounds… Handed out 12 assists, and came up with five steals… Averaged 13.3 minutes of playing time… Grabbed two rebounds and made an assist in her first collegiate game… Put together back-to-back double figure scoring nights in mid-December… Scored 12 points and collected a career-high seven rebounds against Bowling Green (Dec. 9)… Followed that game with a career-high 14 points at Morehead State (Dec. 13)… Hit two three-point field goals against the Eagles, and added four free throws… Logged a season-high 33 minutes against Morehead State… Played in 17 of 18 Horizon League contests… Had seven points, five rebounds, and two assists in a game at Green Bay ( Jan. 9).

2009 graduate of Moorhead High School… Earned five varsity letters in basketball at MSHS… Named to the 2009 Minnesota All-Star Team… Earned All-Minnesota Honorable Mention honors junior season and in eighth grade… Named captain of the Spuds for two seasons… Scored over 1,000 career points while at MSHS… Spuds collected two section championships during her tenure… Played AAU ball for the Minnesota Stars, Hardwood Threat and the Polars… Hardwood Threat collected three tournament champion titles during her one season… Played three years of volleyball for the Spuds… Served as team captain for a season.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Reggie and Julie Hooten… Has two older sisters: Kelli and Kayla… Enjoys hanging out with friends, playing basketball and spending time with family… Majoring in education.


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Dominique Dixon Sophomore - Guard - 5-8 Detroit, MI Renaissance High School

2009-10... Sat out the season due to the NCAA transfer rule.

AT WEST VIRGINIA... Played in 32 games for the Mountaineers during the 2008-09 campaign… Netted a personal-best 11 points, twice, with the first coming in WVU debut against North Carolina Central… Logged a career-high 20 minutes, twice… Pulled down a personal-high four rebounds on three occasions, with the last coming against Georgetown (Feb. 18)… Saw action in every BIG EAST contest.

PREP... Earned four varsity letters in basketball at Renaissance High School… Served as team captain for two years… Phoenix was state champions sophomore season… Earned Class B First Team AllMichigan honors by The Detroit News in 2008… Garnered AllDetroit First Team honors for three years… Tabbed as first team all-district senior year… McDonald’s All-American nominee in 2008… BCAM All-Star… Adidas Top-Ten Camp invitee in 2008… Averaged 10.2 points per game senior year… Ranked 86th-best high school prospect by All-Star Girl’s Report… Played AAU basketball for the Michigan Crossover.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Andre and Yvette Dixon... Has three younger siblings: Jazmyn, AJ, and Payton... Majoring in business.

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Britney Murphy Junior - Guard - 5-6 Saginaw, MI Arthur Hill High School

#2

AT ST. JOHN’S... As a Sophomore... Played in five games for the Red Storm… Averaged 2.4 points and 1.4 assists per game… Scored six points in a road game against Massachusetts on 3-of-4 shooting (Nov. 18)… Matched her career-high mark in assists with six against the Minutewomen… Hit two 3-pointers in a win over Boston (Nov. 21). As A Freshman... Played in all 34 games with five starts... Averaged 2.7 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per contest ... Connected on 13 3-pointers, the fourth most on the team ... 75 percent free throw shooter ... 55 total assists on the year second highest on squad ... Played in all 16 Big East contests... Saw action in first collegiate game against Northeastern (Nov. 14) ... Posted a team-high six assists against Dartmouth (Nov. 18) ... Led the team with four assists and drained her first career 3-pointer at then-No. 10 Baylor (Dec. 6)... Tallied team-high five assists at LIU (Dec. 13)... Dished out a game-high five assists vs. Buffalo (Dec. 20)... Recorded a career-high two steals against Boston University (Dec. 30)... Registered first career block vs. Providence ( Jan. 3)... Tallied five points for the second straight game while playing career-high 25 minutes vs. Georgetown ( Jan. 13) ... Made first-career start and scored three points at then-No. 4 Notre Dame ( Jan. 17)... Matched career-high with three rebounds and two steals vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 8)... Set a career-high with three treys against Syracuse (Feb. 14) ... Grabbed five boards to set a new career-high vs. Harvard (March 20)... Recorded first-career double-digit scoring game with 13 points against Boston College (March 26).

PREP... Earned four varsity letters in basketball at Arthur Hill ... Three-year starting point guard ... Team captain senior season ... Averaged 10.7 points, 4.0 assists and 2.4 steals for her career ... Helped lead team to three final four appearances ... Averaged 16.0 points, 5.0 assists and 3.6 steals senior season ... Named conference MVP in 2008 ... Saginaw Valley Dream Team honoree in 2008 ... 2008 McDonald’s All-American nominee ... All-state honors senior season ... Earned school’s Terrific Teen award in 2008 ... Played club ball for the Michigan Cross Over ... Led team to state championship in 2007.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Brandon and Rozina Murphy ... has a younger brother, Brandon... Her uncle, Preston, played college basketball for Rhode Island from 1995 1995-98 98 and played professionally in Europe ... majoring in education.

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Chanahl Putnam Junior - Guard - 5-6 Almont, MI Almont High School

AT ST. CLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE... Earned Freshman of the Year honors during the 2008-09 season... Two-time first team All-Conference selection... Made consecutive all-star game appearances... Tagged as the All-Star MVP in 200910... Career-high marks include 34 points, 15 assists, 11 rebounds, and eight steals.

PREP... Graduate of Almont High School... Earned four varsity letters in basketball... Honored as a first team All-Blue Water Area Conference selection... Helped her team win the district championship during her senior season... Recognized as a second team All-State selection... Ended her career as a Raider with over 1,000 points... Also broke the school assist record... Played for the Sterling Heights Wizards for seven years.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Kimberly Putnam... Has three siblings: Jason, Tristan, and Angel... Majoring in biology.

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Senee Shearer Freshman - Guard - 5-7 Detroit, MI Pershing High School

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PREP... Graduate of Detroit High School for Technology... Played basketball for Pershing High School for three years... Played one season at Murray-Wright High School… Earned four varsity letters in basketball... Named first team All-City, All-Metro, and All-State as a senior... Honored as team MVP during her junior and senior year... Part of the first Pershing girls basketball team to reach the state semi-finals (2009-10)... Helped the Doughgirls win a district and regional championship... Scored career-high 32 points junior season against Southeastern High School… Ended high school career averaging 16.6 points per game… Played for the Brick City Bombers for eight years... Played for Michigan Crossover and Top Ten for one year… Earned two varsity letters in softball, one in track and one in cross country… Garnered All-Detroit honors for cross country senior year... Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Michael and Vretta Shearer... Has four siblings: Michael Jr., La’Chana, Misty and Tenisha... Majoring in Psychology.

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Megan Hatter Freshman - Forward - 6-0 Howell, MI Howell High School PREP... Graduate of Howell High School… Earned four varsity letters in basketball... Three-time All-Kensington Lakes Activities Association first team selection… Named to the All-Conference second team as a freshman… Garnered All-Livingston County first team honors as during her senior and junior seasons... Named to the second team as a sophomore… Served as team captain as a senior and junior… Earned MVP Award for the Highlanders in 2009… Third team all-state honoree... Howell High School All-State Hall of Fame inductee... Tabbed as member of KLAA All-Academic team in 2008 & ‘09… Ended junior year averaging 10 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 2.5 steals, and 1.5 blocks per game… Shot 70 percent from the free throw line and 67 percent from beyond the arc in 2009... Earned one varsity letter in track & field (2007)… Competed in varsity high jump, shot put, discus and 200-meter dash… Tabbed as all-conference shot put champion… Earned All-Livingston County first team honors in shot put… Named HHS MVP of field events... Played for the Michigan Cagers Elite for two years and the Livingston Sting for six years.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Gary and Holly Hatter... Older sister, Heather, also played basketball at UDM.

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Julianna Glanz Freshman - Center - 6-5 St. John’s, MI Waverly High School

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PREP... Graduate of Waverly High School... Also played basketball at St. John’s High School... Earned three varsity letters in basketball... Averaged 9.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game as a senior at Waverly... Three-time Class A All-Area honorable mention selection... Named first team All-Conference as a senior... Led her team in rebounds and blocked shots... Helped lead Waverly to a 16-5 overall record as a senior... Played AAU basketball for the Patriots for four years... Helped the Patriots rank 10th in the nation.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Kevin and Traci Glanz... Has two brothers, James and Zach... Enjoys boating... Majoring in nursing.

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DETROIT ATHLETICS STAFF Stacey Barns Men’s Basketball Office Manager

Lorena Carithers Athletic Training Intern

Adam Gentry P.J. Gradowski Strength and Senior Asst. Conditioning Asst. Sports Information Director

Jeff Latinen Asst. AD for Facilities & Special Events

Phuong Le Assistant Business and Ticket Manager

Nic Ryan Jordan Sames Asst. Director of Director of Athletic Facilities Concessions & Merchandising

Ashley VanMeter Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

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Emily Vannice Director of Ticket Ops. & Special Events/Dance

Dennis Carlesso Director of Development for Athletics and Student Rec.

Tanya Carper Cheer Team Coach

Steve Corder Asst. AD for NCAA Compliance

Anita Foster Olympic Sports Office Manager

Keri Gaither Athletic Director

Greg Haapala Director of Ticket Sales & Fan Experience

Dean Haddad Pep Band Director

Chris Hinderliter Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

Casey Hornung Equipment & Facilities Intern

Teri Kromrei Associate AD for Business Operations/SWA

Jessica Liebner Compliance Intern

Brandon Longmeier Dir. of Athletic Marketing & Promotions

Mike Miller Asst. AD for Sports Medicine

Daron Montgomery Sr. Associate Athletic Director

Amy Paling Asst. Director of Compliance/ Academic Coordinator

Adam Siero Athletic Training Intern

Alyssa Starkey Athletic Administration Intern

Kit Stetzel Asst. Sports Information Director

Victoria Vintevoghel Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Joel Walrath Sports Information Assistant

Harvey Theeck Athletic Equipment Manager

Eli Warren Mitch Wigness Graduate Assistant Sports Information Academic Director Services

Joe Tofferi Asst. AD for Strength and Conditioning

Nick Wilson Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach


TITAN HEAD COACHES Terri AnthonyRyan Women’s Golf HL - 2010

Grant Asher Men’s Tennis

Nicholas Deren Men’s Soccer

Todd Dressell Fencing MFC - 2009

Mark Engel Men’s Golf HL - 1992/1999 2007/2009/2010

Matt Holtz Men’s Lacrosse

Sunny Jones Softball

Mike Lupenec Women’s Soccer HL - 1995/1996 2005

Ray McCallum Men’s Basketball

Mary Ann Meltzer Women’s Lacrosse

Guy Murray Track & Field / Cross Country HL - 1996/1998 1999/2000/2002 2003

Sam Poole Women’s Tennis

Autumn Rademacher Women’s Basketball HL - 2010

Detroit’s 13 current varsity head coaches have been named Coach of the Year in their respective conference on 17 different occasions during their celebrated careers. They have also brought 20 conference tournament championships back to Detroit. On the field of play, and in the classroom...

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2010-11 OPPONENTS OAKLAND GOLDEN GRIZZLIES

BALL STATE CARDINALS

Nov. 12, 2010 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m.

Nov. 16, 2010 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

Rochester, MI Summit League Golden Grizzlies Gold & Black Athletics Center O’Rena Dr. Gary D. Russi Tracy Huth Beckie Francis (Colgate ’87) 187-112 (10 Years)/217-160 (13 years) Scott Dunford (248) 370-3123 wsdunfor@oakland.edu ougrizzlies.com 17-13 14-4 (2nd) 3/2 5/6 Detroit leads, 10-6 Detroit 74, Oakland 65 (11/13/09)

WESTERN MICHIGAN BRONCOS

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record (Finish): Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

MICHIGAN STATE M SPARTANS Nov. 21, 2010 East Lansing, MI 2:00 p.m.

Nov. 19, 2010 Detroit, MI 5:00 p.m. QUICK FACTS Location: Kalamazoo, MI Conference: Mid-American (MAC) Nickname: Broncos Colors: Brown & Black Home Court: Read Fieldhouse President: John M. Dunn Director of Athletics: Kathy Beauregard Head Coach: Tasha McDowell (St. Ambrose ‘97) Record at School: 16-44 (Two Years) Associate SID (WBB Contact): Kristin Keirns Office Phone: (269) 387-4123 E-mail: kristin.keirns@wmich.edu Web site: wmubroncos.com 2009-10 Overall Record: 9-21 Conference Record/Finish: 4-12 (6th-West) Starters Returning/Lost: NA Letterwinners Returning/Lost: NA Series Record: Western Michigan leads, 13-11 Last Time vs. Detroit: Western Michigan 85, Detroit 72 (11/17/06)

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Muncie, IN Mid-American (MAC) Cardinals Red & White John E. Worthen Arena Dr. Jo Ann Gora Tom Collins Kelly Packard (Anderson ‘90) 40-26 (Two Years) / 60-21 (Four Years) Paula Haughn (765) 285-8442 pmhaughn@bsu.edu ballstatesports.com 14-17 7-9 (4th-West) NA NA Tied, 1-1 Ball State 71, Detroit 66 (12/19/87)

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Associate SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

East Lansing, MI Big Ten Spartans Green & White Breslin Center Dr. Lou Anna K. Simon Mark Hollis Suzy Merchant (Central Michigan ’91) 68-35 (Three Years)/269-155 (15 Years) Jim Donatelli (517) 355-2271 jdonatelli@ath.msu.edu msuspartans.com 23-10 12-6 (2nd) NA NA Michigan State leads, 16-7 MSU 71, Detroit 62 (11/15/09)


2010-11 OPPONENTS

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

BOWLING GREEN FALCONS

ST. JOSEPH’S S HAWKS

Nov. 24, 2010 Bowling Green, OH 7:00 p.m.

Dec. 4, 2010 New Orleans, LA 4:30 p.m.

Bowling Green, OH Mid-American (MAC) Falcons Orange & Brown Anderson Arena Dr. Carol A. Cartwright Greg Christopher Curt Miller (Baldwin-Wallace ‘90) 206-80 (Nine Years) / Same Mike Cihon (419) 372-0474 mjcihon@bgsu.edu bgsuflacons.com 27-7 14-2 (1st-East) 3/2 10/5 Bowling Green leads, 11-10 Bowling Green 64, Detroit 43 (12/9/09)

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record (Finish): Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

EASTERN

TULANE GREEN WAVE

EAGLES

Dec. 5, 2010 New Orleans, LA 5:00 p.m. QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Associate SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

New Orleans, LA Conference USA Green Wave Olive Green and Sky Blue Fogelman Arena Dr. Scott Cowen Rick Dickson Lisa Stockton (Wake Forest ‘86) 326-162 (16 Years) / 389-189 (19 Years) Richie Weaver (504) 314-7232 rweaver@tulane.edu tulanegreenwave.com 26-7 12-4 (1st) 4/1 8/3 Detroit leads, 1-0 Detroit 68, Tulane 61 (12/30/91)

Philadelphia, PA Atlantic 10 Hawks Crimson and Gray Michael Hagan Arena Timothy Lannon Don DiJulia Cindy Griffin (Saint Joseph’s ‘91) 158-124 (10 years) / 206-156 (13 years) Jack Jumper (610) 660-1707 jjumper@sju.edu www.sjuhawks.com 17-15 9-5 (T-4th) 2/3 8/4 0-0 N/A

Dec. 8, 2010 Ypsilanti, MI 6:00 p.m. QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Associate SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

Ypsilanti, MI Mid-American (MAC) Eagles Green & White Convocation Center Dr. Susan Martin Dr. Derrick Gragg AnnMarie Gilbert (Oberlin ‘92) 47-22 (Three Years / 105-148 (11 Years) Greg Steiner (734) 487-0317 greg.steiner@emich.edu emueagles.com 22-9 11-5 (2nd-West NA NA Eastern Michigan leads 12-7 Eastern Michigan 72, Detroit 55

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2010-11 OPPONENTS IPFW MASTODONS

MICHIGAN WOLVERINES

Dec. 11, 2010 Fort Wayne, IN 11:00 a.m.

Dec. 18, 2010 Ann Arbor, MI 7:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Fort Wayne, IN Conference: The Summit League Nickname: Mastodons Colors: Royal Blue and White Home Court: Hilliard Gates Sports Center / Memorial Coliseum Chancellor: Michael A. Wartell Director of Athletics: Tommy Bell Head Coach: Chris Paul (St. Francis ‘94) Record at School/Career Record: 52-87 (Five Years) / Same Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Bill Salyer Office Phone: (260) 481-0729 E-mail: salyerw@ipfw.edu Web site: www.gomastodons.com 2009-10 Overall Record: 13-17 Conference Record/Finish: 10-8 (6th) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4 Series Record: Detroit leads, 5-0 Last Time vs. Detroit: Detroit 74, IPFW 58 (1/9/08)

MARYGROVE MUSTANGS Dec. 27, 2010 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m. QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

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Detroit, MI Association of Independent Institutions Mustangs Green & Gold University of Detroit Jesuit High Dr. David Fike Dave Sichterman Antonio Hitchcock (Wartburg College) NA Tim Johnston (313) 927-1419 tjohnston@marygrove.edu marygrovemustangs.com 9-16 NA NA NA 0-0 First Meeting

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics: Head Coach: Record at School/Career Record: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: E-mail: Web site: 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record (Finish): Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit:

Ann Arbor, MI Big Ten Wolverines Maize and Blue Crisler Arena Mary Sue Coleman Dave Brandon Kevin Borseth (Lake Superior State ‘76) 50-48 (Three Years) / 556-238 (28 Years) Jessica Poole (734) 936-3457 jepoole@umich.edu mgoblue.com 21-14 8-10 (T-6th) 3/2 9/4 Detroit leads, 11-9 Michigan 65, Detroit 51 (12/19/09)


HORIZON LEAGUE OPPONENTS BUTLER BULLDOGS Jan. 8, 2011 Detroit, MI 2:00 p.m.

CLEVELAND STATE VIKINGS

Feb. 3, 2011 Jan. 20, 2011 Indianapolis, IN Cleveland, OH 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics:

Indianapolis, IN Horizon League Bulldogs Blue & White Hinkle Fieldhouse (10,000) Dr. Bobby Fong Barry Collier

Feb. 19, 2011 Detroit, MI 2:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Interim Director of Athletics:

Cleveland, OH Horizon League Vikings Forest Green & White Wolstein Center (8,500) Dr. Ronald M. Berkman John Parry

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Beth Couture (Erskine ’84) Record at School: 128-113 (Eight Years) Career Record: 386-242 (20 Years) Office Phone: (317) 940-9692 Assistant Coaches: Amy Cherubini (Indiana ’94), Tisha Hill (Indiana ’94), Alex Webster (Green Bay ‘07)

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Kate Peterson Abiad (Wis. Stevens Point ’91) Record at School: 85-127 (Seven &ears) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (216) 687-5120 Assistant Coaches: Tony McAndrews (St. Ambrose ’66), Amy Wright (Arkansas ’02), Bernard Scott (Toledo ‘01)

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Asst. SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Asst. SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Jim McGrath Josh Rattray 317-940-9994 317-940-9808 jrattray@butler.edu butlersports.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

23-10 14-4 (T-2nd) 4/1 10/3

SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest Butler Margin of Victory:

Detroit leads, 31-25 Butler 69, Detroit 55 (3/12/10) 34 (89-55, 2/2/85) 36 (101-65, 2/26/98)

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

at Bradley......................3 p.m. vs. Saint Louis ..............7 p.m. vs. Ohio Dominican......6 p.m. vs. Wake Forest .............4 p.m. vs. IUPUI......................4 p.m. at Notre Dame ..............2 p.m. vs Indiana State ............1 p.m. at Evansville ................12 p.m. at Ball State ..................1 p.m. vs Coastal Carolina .......1 p.m. at South Carolina..........7 p.m. vs. Bowling Green.........7 p.m. vs. Valparaiso* ...............2 p.m. at Wright State* ............7 p.m. at Detroit* .....................2 p.m. vs Cleveland State* .......7 p.m. vs. Youngstown State* ...2 p.m.

J20 J22 J27 J29 F3 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F24 F26 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

at Loyola*......................8 p.m. at UIC* .........................4 p.m. vs. Green Bay*...............7 p.m. vs. Milwaukee* ..............2 p.m. vs. Detroit* ....................7 p.m. vs. Wright State* ...........2 p.m. at Youngstown State* ...7:05 p.m. at Cleveland State*...4:30 p.m. vs. UIC* ........................7 p.m. vs. Loyola*.....................2 p.m. at Milwaukee* ...............8 p.m. at Green Bay*................3 p.m. at Valparaiso* ...........2:30 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA

19-14 10-8 (4th) 2/3 7/4

SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest CSU Margin of Victory:

2010-11 SCHEDULE N12 N17 N20 N26 N27 N28 D4 D7 D12 D19 D21 D 29 J2 J6 J8 J13 J15

Brian McCann Greg Murphy 216-687-5228 216-523-7257 g.j.murphy@csuohio.edu csuvikings.com

Detroit Leads, 31-11 CSU 70, Detroit 60 (2/25/10) 32 (78-46, 2/11/06) 29 (87-56, 2/22/83)

2010-11 SCHEDULE N13 N15 N19 N23 N26 N28 D3 D11 D18 D21 D28 D31 J2 J6 J8 J13 J15

at Cornell ......................2 p.m. vs. Buffalo .....................7 p.m. vs. Niagara ....................7 p.m. vs. Toledo ......................7 p.m. vs. Florida A&M ..........7 p.m. at Indiana....................... TBA vs. Western Michigan ...7 p.m. at Akron........................2 p.m. at Marshall..................... TBA at Ohio .......................... TBA vs. Lake Erie .................7 p.m. at UIC* .........................2 p.m. at Loyola*......................2 p.m. vs. Milwaukee* ..............7 p.m. vs. Green Bay*...............2 p.m. at Butler*........................ TBA at Valparaiso* ................. TBA

J20 J22 J29 F3 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

vs. Detroit* ....................5 p.m. vs. Wright State ............4 p.m. at Youngstown State* ...1:05 p.m. at Green Bay*....................8 p.m. at Milwaukee* ...................3 p.m. vs. Valparaiso* ...................7 p.m. vs. Butler* ..........................4 p.m. at Wright State* ................7 p.m. at Detroit* .........................2 p.m. vs. Youngstown State ........4 p.m. vs. Loyola* .........................7 p.m. vs. UIC* ............................2 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA

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HORIZON LEAGUE OPPONENTS LOYOLA RAMBLERS

GREEN BAY PHOENIX Dec. 31, 2010 Green Bay, WI TBA

March 5, 2011 Detroit, MI 2:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: Chancellor: Director of Athletics:

Green Bay, WI Horizon League Phoenix Green, White & Red Kress Center (4,018) Thomas K. Harden Ken Bothof

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics:

Chicago, IL Horizon League Ramblers Maroon & Gold Gentile Center (5,200) Fr. Michael Garanzini, S..J. Dr. John Planek

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Matt Bollant (Winona State ’94) Record at School: 83-15 (Three Years) Career Record: 217-53 (Seven Years) Office Phone: (920) 465-2145 Assistant Coaches: Mike Divilbiss (Winona State ’81), Amanada Leonhard (Green Bay ’03), Sarah Bronk (St. Thomas (Minn.) ’99)

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Eric Simpson (Northwestern ’94) Record at School: 15-15 (One Year) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (773) 508-8813 Assistant Coaches: Brent Brown (Simpson ’89), LaToya Howell (Nebraska ’06), Clare Brodensteiner (Stanford ’08)

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Andrew Gavin Jill Wunrow (920) 465-5759 (920) 465-2357 wunrowj@uwgb.edu greenbayphoenix.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Bill Behrns Leo Krause (773) 508-2497 (773) 508-3855 lkrause@luc.edu loyolaramblers.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2008-09 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

29-4 15-3 (1st) NA NA

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

15-15 9-9 (T-5th) NA NA

SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest Green Bay Margin of Victory:

Green Bay leads, 32-6 Detroit 71, Green Bay 55 (2/4/10) 16 (71-55, 2/4/10) 33 (86-53, 3/9/03)

SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest Loyola Margin of Victory:

2010-11 SCHEDULE N13 N14 N18 N25 N26 N27 D1 D6 D10 D12 D18 D28 D31 J2 J6 J8 J12

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Feb. 26, 2011 Chicago, IL 3:00 p.m.

Jan. 27, 2011 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m.

at Best Buy Classic ........ TBA at Best Buy Classic ........ TBA vs. Wisconsin ................7 p.m. vs. Penn State ................. TBA vs. Hartford.................... TBA vs. Utah .......................... TBA vs. North Dakota ..........7 p.m. at Eastern Michigan .....6 p.m. vs. SEMO .....................7 p.m. at Marquette .................2 p.m. vs. Evansville .................2 p.m. vs. South Dakota...........7 p.m. vs. Detroit* ..................... TBA vs. Wright State* ...........7 p.m. at Youngstown State* ..... TBA at Cleveland State*......... TBA vs. Loyola*.....................7 p.m.

J15 J22 J27 J29 F3 F5 F10 F12 F19 F24 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

vs. UIC* ........................2 p.m. vs. Milwaukee* ..............2 p.m. at Butler*........................ TBA at Valparaiso* ................. TBA vs. Cleveland State*.......7 p.m. vs. Youngstown State* ...2 p.m. at UIC* .......................... TBA at Loyola*....................... TBA at Milwaukee* ................ TBA vs. Valparaiso* ...............7 p.m. vs. Butler* ......................2 p.m. at Wright State* ............. TBA at Detroit* .....................2 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA

Detroit leads, 42-20 Detroit 75, Loyola 62 (3/10/10) 37 (80-43, 3/9/95) 28 (105-77, 3/3/90)

2010-11 SCHEDULE N12 N16 N20 N26 N27 D3 D5 D9 D11 D22 D28 D31 J2 J8 J12 J15 J20

at Eastern Michigan .....6 p.m. vs. Western Michigan ...7 p.m. vs. St. Xavier .................7 p.m. at Colorado Tournament...6 p.m. at Colorado Tournament ... TBA at Colgate .........................6 p.m. at Niagara ........................ 1 p.m. vs. DePaul .....................7 p.m. vs. Chicago State ... 12:30 p.m. vs. Western Illinois........2 p.m. at Northern Illinois ........ TBA vs Youngstown State* ....1 p.m. vs. Cleveland State*.......1 p.m. vs. UIC* ................. 12:30 p.m. at Green Bay*................7 p.m. at Milwaukee* ...............2 p.m. vs. Butler* ......................7 p.m.

J22 J27 J29 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F24 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

vs. Valparaiso* ........ 12:30 p.m. at Detroit* .....................6 p.m. at Wright State* ............1 p.m. at UIC* .........................3 p.m. vs. Milwaukee* .........4:45 p.m. vs. Green Bay*........ 12:30 p.m. at Valparaiso* ...........7:05 p.m. at Butler*.......................1 p.m. vs. Wright State* ...........7 p.m. vs. Detroit* ....................2 p.m. at Cleveland State*........6 p.m. at Youngstown State* ..12 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA


HORIZON LEAGUE OPPONENTS MILWAUKEE PANTHERS

UIC FLAMES

March 3, 2011 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m.

Jan. 2, 2011 Milwaukee, WI 7:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: Chancellor: Interim Director of Athletics:

Milwaukee, WI Horizon League Panthers Black & Gold Klotsche Center (5,000) Dr. Carlos Santiago Dave Gilbert

Jan. 29, 2011 Detroit, MI 2:00 p.m.

Feb. 24, 2011 Chicago, IL 8:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics:

Chicago, IL Horizon League Flames Navy Blue & Fire Engine Red UIC Pavilion (8,000) Michael J. Hogan James W. Schmidt

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Sandy Botham (Notre Dame ’88) Record at School: 231-187 (14 Years) Career Record: 253-191 (15 years) Office Phone: (317) 940-9692 Assistant Coaches: Kevin McManaman (St. Mary’s ’92), Heather Morris (Arkansas-Little Rock (‘06), Cameron Tucker (Ball State ‘07)

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Record at School: Career Record: Office Phone: Assistant Coaches:

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Asst. SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Kevin O’ Connor Kevin Conway (414) 229-2413 (414) 229-5749 conway2@uwn.edu uwmpanthers.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Assistant SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Brett McWethy Dan Yopchick (312) 996-5881 (312) 996-8349 yopchick@uic.edu uicflames.com

12-19 6-12 (T-7th) 4/1 10/4

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

12-18 9-9 (5th) 3/2 8/3

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest Milwaukee Margin of Victory:

N13 N16 N20 N21 N27 D1 D4 D8 D12 D19 D28 D31 J2 J6 J8 J12 J15

Milwaukee leads, 21-18 Detroit 72, UWM 65 (2/6/10) 35 (98-63, 3/8/97) 31 (102-71, 1/19/02)

2010-11 SCHEDULE

vs. Oklahoma ................1 p.m. vs, Chicago State ..........7 p.m. at Subway Classic .......... TBA at Subway Classic .......... TBA vs. Western Illinois........2 p.m. vs. Bradley .....................7 p.m. vs. Northern Iowa .........2 p.m. at Michigan State .......... TBA at Wisconsin .................4 p.m. at Toledo .......................1 p.m. at Illinois State..............7 p.m. vs. Wright State* ...........1 p.m. vs. Detroit* ....................6 p.m. at Cleveland State*......... TBA at Youngstown State* .. 3:30 p.m. vs. UIC* ........................... 7 p.m. vs. Loyola* ........................ 6 p.m.

J22 J27 J29 F3 F5 F10 F12 F19 F24 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

at Green Bay* ................... 2 p.m. at Valparaiso*......................TBA at Butler* ............................TBA vs. Youngstown State* ...... 7 p.m. vs. Cleveland State* ............TBA at Loyola* ...........................TBA at UIC* ..............................TBA vs. Green Bay* .................. 2 p.m. vs. Butler* ......................7 p.m. vs. Valparaiso* ...............2 p.m. at Detroit* .....................6 p.m. at Wright State* ............. TBA HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA

Lisa Ryckbosch (Loyola ’84) 114-123 (Eight Years) Same (312) 355-1359 Kristen Gillespie (North Carolina State ’99), Latasha White (DePaul ’03), Jenni Dant (DePaul ’05)

SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. UDM: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest UIC Margin of Victory:

N12 N15 N17 N23 N27 N30 D4 D11 D18 D21 D23 D31 J2 J8 J12 J15 J20

Detroit leads, 21-16 Detroit 64, UIC 61 (2/13/10) 35 (89-54, 1/15/97) 23 (75-52, 11/26/06)

2010-11 SCHEDULE

at Niagara .....................6 p.m. vs. Oakland ...................5 p.m. vs. BYU .........................7 p.m. vs. DePaul .....................7 p.m. at Dayton ......................1 p.m. vs. Northern Illinois ......7 p.m. at Illinois State.........2:05 p.m. at Eastern Illinois .........4 p.m. vs. Illinois ............... 10:30 a.m. vs. Bradley .....................7 p.m. at Eastern Michigan .....2 p.m. vs. Cleveland State*.......1 p.m. vs. Youngstown State* ...3 p.m. at Loyola*............... 12:30 p.m. at Milwaukee* ...............7 p.m. at Green Bay*................2 p.m. vs. Valparaiso* ...............7 p.m.

J22 J27 J29 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F24 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

vs. Butler* ......................3 p.m. at Wright State* ............6 p.m. at Detroit* .....................1 p.m. vs. Loyola*.....................3 p.m. vs. Green Bay*..........4:30 p.m. vs. Milwaukee* .........5:30 p.m. at Butler*.......................6 p.m. at Valparaiso* ................. TBA vs. Detroit* ....................7 p.m. vs. Wright State* ...........3 p.m. at Youngstown State* ..6:05 p.m. at Cleveland State*........1 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA

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HORIZON LEAGUE OPPONENTS VALPARAISO CRUSADERS Jan. 6, 2011 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m.

WRIGHT STATE RAIDERS

Feb. 5, 2011 Valparaiso, IN 2:35 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics:

Valparaiso, IN Horizon League Crusaders Brown & Gold Athletics-Recreation Center (5,000) Mark Heckler Mark LaBarbera

Jan. 15, 2011 Dayton, OH 2:00 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics:

Dayton, OH Horizon League Raiders Hunter Green and Gold Ervin J. Nutter Center (11,019) Dr. David Hopkins Bob Grant

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Keith Freeman (Huntington College ’86) Record at School: 269-202 (16 years) Career Record: 398-249 (22 years) Office Phone: (219) 464-5146 Assistant Coaches: Greg Kirby (William Jewell ’69), Steve Helm (Tennessee Wesleyan ‘01), Christy Smith (Arkansas ’98)

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Mike Bradbury (Chattanooga ‘93) Record at School: First Year Career Record: 50-44 (Three Years) Office Phone: (937) 775-2835 Assistant Coaches: Harry Elifson (Northern Iowa ‘86) Valerie King (Cincinnati ‘04), Katrina Merriweather (Cincinnati ‘01)

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Asst. SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Ryan Wronkowicz (219) 464-5232 (219) 464-5762 ryan.wronkowicz@valpo.edu valpoathletics.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest Valparaiso Margin of Victory:

9-21 6-12 (T-7th) 3/2 8/5 Detroit leads, 6-4 Detroit 67, Valparaiso 49 (2/20/10) 18 (67-49, 2/20/10) 21 (71-50, 1/26/08)

at DePaul ......................7 p.m. at Preseason WNIT ....... TBA at Preseason WNIT ....... TBA at Preseason WNIT ....... TBA vs. Ball State .................. TBA vs. Cincinnati ................. TBA at Evansville .............7:30 p.m. TBD .............................. TBA at IPFW ........................ TBA vs. Pittsburgh ................. TBA vs. Chicago State ........... TBA vs. Notre Dame .............. TBA at Eastern Illinois .........7 p.m. at Butler*........................ TBA at Detroit* .....................7 p.m. at Wright State* ............. TBA vs. Youngstown State* .... TBA vs. Cleveland State*........ TBA

J20 J22 J27 J29 F3 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F24 F26 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

at UIC* .........................7 p.m. at Loyola*....................... TBA vs. Milwaukee* ............... TBA vs. Green Bay*................ TBA vs. Wright State* ............ TBA vs. Detroit* ..................... TBA at Cleveland State*......... TBA at Youngstown State* ..12:05 p.m. vs. Loyola*...................... TBA vs. UIC* ......................... TBA at Green Bay*................. TBA at Milwaukee* ................ TBA vs. Butler* ....................... TBA HL Tournament ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA

Bob Noss Matt Zircher (937) 775-2831) (937) 775-2368 matt.zircher@wright.edu wsuraiders.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost: SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest WSU Margin of Victory:

2010-11 SCHEDULE N12 N14 N19 N20 N24 N28 D3 D4 D8 D11 D18 D20 D30 J2 J6 J8 J13 J15

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Feb. 12, 2011 Detroit, MI 2:00 p.m.

11-19 6-12 (7th) 3/2 6/3 Detroit leads, 21-14 Detroit 58, Wright State 54 (3/6/10) 39 (twice, 3/1/97 & 3/7/97) 17 (82-65, 3/9/00)

2010-11 SCHEDULE N12 N14 N21 N29 D1 D4 D9 D11 D14 D18 D22 D31 J2 J6 J8 J15 J20

at IUPUI.......................7 p.m. at Ball State ..................1 p.m. at Delaware State ..........2 p.m. vs. Dayton .....................7 p.m. vs. Miami ......................7 p.m. at Akron........................2 p.m. at Ohio .........................7 p.m. at Longwood ................. TBA at Southern Illinois .......8 p.m. at Cincinnati .................2 p.m. vs. UCF.........................7 p.m. at Milwaukee* ...............2 p.m. at Green Bay*................8 p.m. vs. Butler* ......................7 p.m. vs. Valparaiso* ...............2 p.m. vs. Detroit .....................2 p.m. at Youngstown State* ...5:15 p.m.

J22 J27 J29 F3 F5 F12 F17 F19 F24 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

at Cleveland State* .......4:30 p.m. vs. UIC* ............................7 p.m. vs. Loyola* .........................2 p.m. at Valparaiso* ......................TBA at Butler* ...........................2 p.m. at Detroit* .........................2 p.m. vs. Cleveland State* ...........7 p.m. vs. Youngstown State* .........TBA at Loyola* ..........................8 p.m. at UIC* ...............................TBA vs, Green Bay* ...................7 p.m. vs. Milwaukee ...................2 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA


HORIZON LEAGUE OPPONENTS YOUNGSTOWN STATE PENGUINS Jan. 22, 2011 Youngstown, OH 4:35 p.m.

QUICK FACTS Location: Conference: Nickname: Colors: Home Court: President: Director of Athletics:

Feb. 17, 2011 Detroit, MI 7:00 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director: Asst. SID (WBB Contact): Office Phone: Office Fax: E-mail: Web site:

Trevor Parks John Vogel (330) 941-1480 (330) 941-3191 javogel@ysu.edu ysusports.com

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Record: Conference Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

0-30 0-18 (10th) 4/1 6/2

SERIES Series Record: Last Time vs. Detroit: Largest Detroit Margin of Victory: Greatest YSU Margin of Victory:

Detroit leads, 14-12 Detroit 80, YSU 62 (2/27/10) 36 (80-44), 1/28/10) 27 (88-61, 1/4/88)

2010-11 SCHEDULE Youngstown, OH Horizon League Penguins Red & White Beeghly Center (6,300) Dr. Cynthis E. Anderson Ron Strollo

BASKETBALL STAFF Head Coach: Bob Boldon (Walsh ‘97) Record at School: First Year Career Record: 59-32 (Three Years) Office Phone: (330) 941-3004 Assistant Coaches: Tavares Jackson (Crookston ’00), Jen Theissen (Gannon ’06), Kate Schrader (Florida Gulf Coast, ‘07)

N12 N17 N20 N24 N27 D1 D4 D12 D16 D20 D21 D31 J2 J6 J8 J13 J15

at Pittsburgh ............... 11 a.m. at Bowling Green .........7 p.m. vs. IPFW .................1:05 p.m. vs. Bucknell ..............5:15 p.m. vs. Ohio....................4:35 p.m. at Kent State .................7 p.m. at American ..................2 p.m. at Western Michigan ....2 p.m. vs. Akron..................7:05 p.m. at Stetson .................1:00 p.m. vs. Winthrop ............3:30 p.m. at Loyola*......................2 p.m. at UIC* .........................4 p.m. vs. Green Bay*..........7:05 p.m. vs. Milwaukee* .........4:35 p.m. at Valparaiso* ...........8:05 p.m. at Butler*.......................2 p.m.

J20 J22 J29 F3 F5 F10 F12 F17 F19 F26 M3 M5 M7 M9 M11 M13

vs. Wright State .......5:15 p.m. vs. Detroit* ...............4:35 p.m. vs. Cleveland State* .. 1:05 p.m. at Milwaukee*................ 8 p.m. at Green Bay* ................ 3 p.m. vs. Butler* ................. 7:05 p.m. vs. Valparaiso* ........... 1:05 p.m. at Detroit*...................... 7 p.m. at Wright State*...............TBA at Cleveland State* ........ 4 p.m. vs. UIC* .................... 7:05 p.m. vs. Loyola*................1:05 p.m. HL First Round ............ TBA HL Quarterfinals ........... TBA HL Semifinals ............... TBA HL Championship ........ TBA

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HORIZON LEAGUE Entering its 31st season of operation in the 2009-10 academic year, the Horizon League continues to aspire toward its goal of being one of the nation’s leading athletics conferences while being recognized as a leader in the development of student-athletes as leaders and role models. The Horizon League membership features ten public and private institutions that have impressive academic reputations and a storied tradition of broad-based athletic programs. Current membership includes Butler University, Cleveland State University, the University of Detroit Mercy, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Valparaiso University, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wright State University and Youngstown State University. The Horizon League’s primary focus is on adding value to the educational experience through its four platforms: athletic performance, academic achievement, community outreach, and personal responsibility and accountability. It is the League’s belief that athletics is a powerful and visible resource tool that can be used to enhance student-athletes’ collegiate experience. The Horizon League’s goals are to enhance the holistic university experience for the student-athlete, to create an affiliation of institutions with similar athletic goals, and to adhere to the principals of integrity, diversity, excellence and growth. The Horizon League sponsors competition in 19 sports – nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and ten for women (basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis and volleyball). The League receives automatic bids to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s volleyball, and for the first time in League history, women’s golf. The Horizon League is headquartered in Indianapolis, the “Amateur Sports Capital of the World,” with offices in the Pan American Plaza (201 S. Capitol Avenue), located a block from Lucas Oil Stadium and just minutes from Conseco Fieldhouse, the State Capitol Building, Victory Field (home of the Indianapolis Indians) and the NCAA national office.

A Proud History... Founded on June 16, 1979, as the Midwestern City Conference with six charter members, the League changed its name to the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1985 and added women’s sports for the 1986-87 academic year. Charter members of the conference included current members Butler and Loyola as well as the University of Evansville, Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University and Xavier University.

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Among other current members, Detroit joined in 1980, and Cleveland State, UIC, Green Bay, Milwaukee and Wright State came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern Illinois University) in the largest non-merger conference expansion in history. Youngstown State joining in 2001 and Valparaiso in 2007. On June 4, 2001, the Horizon League unveiled its current name and ushered in a new dynamic direction that has brought the League closer to its stated goal of being one of the nation’s top ten collegiate athletic conferences with a focus on enhancing the student-athletes’ experience by upgrading the League’s market and competitive positions.

Horizon League Commissioner Jon LeCrone

Athletic Success... In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed unprecedented success on the national stage, highlighted by three Sweet Sixteen appearances (Butler 2003, 2007; Milwaukee 2005) and nine wins in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in the past seven seasons. In other sports, League teams have won at least one game in their respective NCAA Championships each of the last seven seasons in men’s soccer (Milwaukee 2002-05, UIC 2006-08), with UIC just one win away from the College Cup in 2007. In softball, League teams won a game in the national tournament four straight years earlier in the decade (UIC 2002, 2004; Wright State 2003; Green Bay 2005) while advancing into the second round in women’s soccer three of the last five seasons (Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 2005-06). Green Bay’s women’s basketball team added to that résumé with a victory in the 2007 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, while Butler’s Victoria Mitchell became the League’s first NCAA individual champion when she won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

Academic Success... Horizon League student-athletes also excel in the classroom as more than 500 have been named to the Academic Honor Roll each of the past seven semesters for carrying a grade-point average of 3.2 or better, including more than 600 for the last four semesters. Twenty-five student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams in 200809, while eight earned Academic All-America honors.


RAISE YOUR SIGHTS Community Service...

Leadership...

In addition to its athletics success, the Horizon League has secured a well-earned reputation for its community service initiatives. Each January, member institutions partner with local elementary schools for an art, music and essay contest highlighting the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with winners recognized at League games on the weekend of MLK Day. The Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) also has continued a tradition of working with youth in Indianapolis during its annual summer meeting. In addition, several League men’s basketball coaches coached barefoot to support Samaritan’s Feet, and the League’s schools and fans donate to Komen for the Cure for breast cancer awareness during its annual women’s basketball championship. On campus, student-athletes have raised money and awareness for such causes as breast cancer, diabetes and hurricane relief, while hosting blood drives, neighborhood clean-ups, Big Brother/ Big Sister programs and more.

Jonathan B. ( Jon) LeCrone is in his 18th year as Commissioner of the Horizon League, having been named to the position on May 11, 1992, and is the fifth-longest tenured commissioner among the 31 Division I conferences. He is the fifth commissioner in League history, succeeding Daniel B. “Tucker” DiEdwardo (1989-92), James W. Shaffer (198489), Cecil N. Coleman (1980-84) and James J. McCafferty (1979-80). LeCrone is in the second year of a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Leadership Council after completing a five-year term on the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee.

Sportsmanship... One of the Horizon League’s points of emphasis is fostering collegial environments for competition among student-athletes, coaches, administrators and fans in a pro-active approach. Among the vehicles is the Ethical Conduct Pledge, which is signed each season by student-athletes, coaches, officials, and campus and League administrators. Its purpose is to make all the involved groups aware of the Horizon League expectations of behavior during conference events.

Demographics... Horizon League institutions boast a combined enrollment of more than 130,000 plus nearly a quarter-million living alumni centered in the League’s Midwest footprint. League media markets include five of the nation’s top 35 in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Indianapolis and Milwaukee, covering more than ten million television households and encompassing more than nine percent of the nation’s television audience.

Governance...

Visibility... The Horizon League has enhanced its media visibility with a number of initiatives. The League is in a five-year agreement with ESPN that includes selected regular-season men’s basketball action (ESPN2) and the men’s championship game (ESPN) and features increased exposures each year on ESPNU plus inclusion in the annual O’Reilly ESPNU BracketBusters, one of college basketball’s premier in-season events. In addition, the Horizon League has partnered with CBS College Sports to provide the official web site at www. horizonleague.org, which offers the most comprehensive coverage of Horizon League teams on the net.

Horizon League Network... The Horizon League is a recognized leader in video streaming, through the Horizon League Network (HLN), having produced more than 1,200 free, live events in the past four years. HLN also features vignettes of all 19 League championships, weekly highlight videos during the men’s and women’s basketball season and other special programming. The network is primed for unprecedented success and growth beginning in 2009-10, as it has partnered with WebStream Productions, a national leader in live sports webcasting with clients including NCAA championships and the Indianapolis Indians Triple A baseball team.

The Horizon League is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of the ten member institutions’ chief executive officers. Dr. David Sweet, President of Youngstown State, serves as Board Chair through June 30, 2010. Ron Strollo, Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Youngstown State, serves as chair of the Executive Council, and Christine Moeller, Assistant Athletic Director/Senior Woman Administrator at Cleveland State, is the Vice Chair and Sheila Patterson of Cleveland State serves as chair of the Faculty Athletics Representatives.

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HL COMPOSITE SCHEDULE NOVEMBER

MONDAY, NOV. 8 Davenport at UIC ................................................. 8:00 p.m. FRIDAY, NOV. 12 Butler at Bradley.................................................... 3:00 p.m. Oakland at Detroit ................................................ 7:00 p.m. UIC at Niagara ...................................................... 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Eastern Michigan ........................................ TBD Valparaiso at DePaul.............................................. 8:00 p.m. Wright State at IUPUI.......................................... 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Pittsburgh ...........................11:00 a.m. SATURDAY, NOV. 13 Green Bay vs. George Washington .............................. TBD Cleveland State at Cornell..................................... 2:00 p.m. Oklahoma at Milwaukee ....................................... 2:00 p.m. SUNDAY, NOV. 14 Green Bay vs. NIU or Minnesota ................................ TBD Valparaiso vs. Preseason WNIT .................................. TBD Wright State at Ball State ..................................... 1:00 p.m. MONDAY, NOV. 15 Oakland at UIC........................................................... TBD Cleveland State at Buffalo ..................................... 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY, NOV. 16 Ball State at Detroit............................................... 7:00 p.m. Western Michigan at Loyola ................................. 8:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago State.................................. 8:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17 St. Louis at Butler ................................................. 7:00 p.m. BYU at UIC .......................................................... 8:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Bowling Green ........................... TBD FRIDAY, NOV. 19 Wisconsin at Green Bay ........................................ 8:00 p.m. Western Michigan at Detroit ................................ 5:00 p.m. Niagara at Cleveland State ......................................... 2 p.m. Valparaiso vs. Preseason WNIT .................................. TBD SATURDAY, NOV. 20 St. Xavier vs. Loyola .............................................. 8:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Minnesota ............................................. TBD Valparaiso vs. Preseason WNIT .................................. TBD IPFW at Youngstown State ................................... 1:05 p.m. SUNDAY, NOV. 21 Detroit at Michigan State ..................................... 2:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Subway Classic...................................... TBD Wright State at Delaware State ............................. 2:00 p.m. TUESDAY, NOV. 23 DePaul at UIC ...................................................... 8:00 p.m. Toledo at Cleveland State...................................... 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24 Detroit at Bowling Green...................................... 7:00 p.m. Ball State at Valparaiso .......................................... 8:05 p.m. Bucknell at Youngstown State ............................... 5:15 p.m. THURSDAY, NOV. 25 Green Bay vs. Penn State............................................. TBD FRIDAY, NOV. 26 Butler vs. Wake Forest ........................................... 4:00 p.m. Florida A&M at Cleveland State .......................... 7:00 p.m. Green Bay vs. Hartford................................................ TBD Loyola vs. Eastern Washington ................................... TBD SATURDAY, NOV. 27 Butler vs. IUPUI.................................................... 4:00 p.m. Green Bay vs. Utah ...................................................... TBD UIC vs Dayton ............................................................ TBD Loyola at Colorado Tournament ................................. TBD Western Illinois at Milwaukee............................... 3:00 p.m. Ohio at Youngstown State ..................................... 4:35 p.m. SUNDAY, NOV. 28 Butler at Notre Dame ............................................ 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Indiana........................................... TBD Cincinnati at Valparaiso .............................................. TBD MONDAY, NOV. 29 Dayton at Wright State ......................................... 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY, NOV. 30 Northern Illinois at UIC ....................................... 8:00 p.m.

DECEMBER

TUESDAY, DEC. 1 North Dakota at Green Bay ....................................... 8 p.m. Bradley at Milwaukee ................................................. 8 p.m. Miami (OH) at Wright State ................................ 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Kent State ............................ 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. 3 Loyola at Colgate ................................................. 7:00 p.m. Western Michigan at Cleveland State ................... 7:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Evansville ......................................... 8:30 p.m. SATURDAY, DEC. 4 Indiana State at Butler........................................... 1:00 p.m. Detroit at St. Joseph’s ........................................... 4:30 p.m. UIC at Illinois State .............................................. 3:05 p.m. Northern Iowa at Milwaukee ................................ 3:00 p.m. Valparaiso vs. Central Michigan or Coastal Carolina...........TBD Wright State at Akron......................................................2:00 p.m. Youngstown State at American ........................................2:00 p.m. SUNDAY, DEC. 5 Detroit at Tulane ..............................................................5:00 p.m. Loyola at Niagara .................................................. 2:00 p.m. MONDAY, DEC. 6 Green Bay at Eastern Michigan ............................ 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 7

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Butler at Evansville .............................................. 12:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8 Detroit at Eastern Michigan ................................. 6:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Michigan State ..................................... TBD Valparaiso at IPFW ..................................................... TBD THURSDAY, DEC. 9 DePaul at Loyola ................................................... 8:00 p.m. Wright State at Ohio............................................. 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. 10 SE Missouri at Green Bay ..................................... 8:00 p.m. SATURDAY, DEC. 11 Detroit at IPFW...................................................11:00 a.m. Cleveland State at Akron ...................................... 2:00 p.m. UIC at Eastern Illinois ................................................ TBD Chicago State at Loyola ........................................ 1:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Valparaiso............................................... TBD Wright State at Longwood.......................................... TBD SUNDAY, DEC. 12 Butler at Ball State ................................................ 1:00 p.m. Green Bay at Marquette ........................................ 3:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Wisconsin ....................................... 5:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Western Michigan ............... 2:00 p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 14 Wright State at Southern Illinois .......................... 8:00 p.m. THURSDAY, DEC. 16 Akron at Youngstown State ................................... 7:05 p.m. SATURDAY, DEC. 18 Detroit at Michigan............................................... 7:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Marshall......................................... TBD Evansville at Green Bay......................................... 3:00 p.m. Illinois at UIC ............................................................. TBD Chicago State at Valparaiso ......................................... TBD Wright State at Cincinnati .................................... 2:00 p.m. SUNDAY, DEC. 19 Butler at Coastal Carolina ..................................... 1:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Toledo ............................................. 2:00 p.m. MONDAY, DEC. 20 Notre Dame at Valparaiso ..................................... 8:05 p.m. Youngstown State at Stetson ................................. 1:00 p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 21 Butler at South Carolina ....................................... 7:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Ohio .............................................. TBD Bradley at UIC ...................................................... 8:00 p.m. Youngstown State vs. Winthrop ............................ 3:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22 Western Illinois at Loyola ..................................... 8:00 p.m. Central Florida at Wright State ............................ 7:00 p.m. UIC at Eastern Michigan ............................................ TBD THURSDAY, DEC. 23 UIC at Eastern Michigan ............................................ TBD MONDAY, DEC. 27 Marygrove at Detroit............................................. 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY, DEC. 28 South Dakota at Green Bay .................................. 8:00 p.m. Lake Erie at Cleveland State ................................. 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Northern Illinois.......................................... TBD Milwaukee at Illinois State .................................... 8:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29 Bowling Green at Butler ....................................... 7:00 p.m. THURSDAY, DEC. 30 Valparaiso at Eastern Illinois ................................. 8:00 p.m. FRIDAY, DEC. 31 Cleveland State at UIC ............................................... TBD Detroit at Green Bay ................................................... TBD Wright State at Milwaukee ................................... 2:00 p.m.

JANUARY

SATURDAY, JAN. 2 Valparaiso at Butler ............................................... 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Loyola ...................................... 2:00 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee ............................................ 7:00 p.m. Wright State at Green Bay .................................... 8:00 p.m. Youngstown State at UIC ............................................ TBD THURSDAY, JAN. 6 Butler at Wright State ........................................... 7:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Cleveland State ............................... 7:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Detroit.............................................. 7:00 p.m. Green Bay at Youngstown State ............................ 7:05 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 8 Butler at Detroit .................................................... 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Cleveland State ................................ 2:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Youngstown State ........................... 4:35 p.m. UIC at Loyola ....................................................... 1:30 p.m. Valparaiso at Wright State........................................... TBD WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12 Loyola at Green Bay .............................................. 8:00 p.m. UIC at Milwaukee................................................. 8:00 p.m. THURSDAY, JAN. 13 Cleveland State at Butler ....................................... 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Valparaiso ............................. 8:05 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 15 Youngstown State at Butler ................................... 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Valparaiso ...................................... TBD Detroit at Wright State ......................................... 2:00 p.m. UIC at Green Bay ................................................. 3:00 p.m. Loyola at Milwaukee ............................................. 7:00 p.m. THURSDAY, JAN. 20 Butler at Loyola ..................................................... 8:00 p.m.

Detroit at Cleveland State ..................................... 5:00 p.m. Valparaiso at UIC .................................................. 8:00 p.m. Wright State at Youngstown State ........................ 5:15 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 22 Butler at UIC ........................................................ 4:00 p.m. Wright State at Cleveland State ............................ 4:00 p.m. Detroit at Youngstown State ................................. 4:35 p.m. Milwaukee at Green Bay ....................................... 3:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Loyola ............................................. 1:30 p.m. THURSDAY, JAN. 27 Green Bay at Butler ............................................... 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Detroit ................................................... 7:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Valparaiso ........................................ 8:05 p.m. UIC at Wright State.............................................. 7:00 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 29 Milwaukee at Butler .............................................. 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Youngstown State .................... 1:05 p.m. UIC at Detroit....................................................... 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Valparaiso .............................................. TBD Loyola at Wright State ................................................ TBD

FEBRUARY

THURSDAY, FEB. 3 Detroit at Butler .................................................... 7:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Green Bay ................................ 8:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Milwaukee ........................... 8:00 p.m. Wright State at Valparaiso..................................... 8:05 p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 5 Wright State at Butler ........................................... 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Milwaukee ..................................... TBD Detroit at Valparaiso .............................................. 2:35 p.m. Youngstown State at Green Bay ............................ 3:00 p.m. Loyola at UIC ....................................................... 4:00 p.m. THURSDAY, FEB. 10 Butler at Youngstown State ................................... 7:05 p.m. Valparaiso at Cleveland State ................................ 7:00 p.m. Green Bay at UIC ................................................. 5:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Loyola ............................................. 5:45 p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 12 Butler at Cleveland State ....................................... 4:30 p.m. Wright State at Detroit ......................................... 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Loyola .............................................. 1:30 p.m. Milwaukee at UIC................................................. 6:30 p.m. Valparaiso at Youngstown State ............................. 1:05 p.m. THURSDAY, FEB. 17 UIC at Butler ........................................................ 7:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Wright State ............................ 7:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Detroit ................................. 7:00 p.m. Loyola at Valparaiso .............................................. 8:05 p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 19 Loyola at Butler ..................................................... 2:00 p.m. Cleveland State at Detroit ..................................... 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Milwaukee ....................................... 3:00 p.m. UIC at Valparaiso ........................................................ TBD Youngstown State at Wright State .............................. TBD THURSDAY, FEB. 24 Butler at Milwaukee .............................................. 8:00 p.m. Detroit at UIC....................................................... 8:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Green Bay ........................................ 8:00 p.m. Wright State at Loyola .......................................... 8:00 p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 26 Butler at Green Bay ............................................... 3:00 p.m. Youngstown State at Cleveland State .................... 4:00 p.m. Detroit at Loyola ................................................... 3:00 p.m. Valparaiso at Milwaukee ........................................ 3:00 p.m. Wright State at UIC.............................................. 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

THURSDAY, MARCH 3 Loyola at Cleveland State ...................................... 7:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Detroit ............................................ 7:00 p.m. Green Bay at Wright State .................................... 7:05 p.m. UIC at Youngstown State ...................................... 7:05 p.m. SATURDAY, MARCH 5 Butler at Valparaiso...................................................... TBD UIC at Cleveland State ......................................... 2:00 p.m. Green Bay at Detroit ............................................. 2:00 p.m. Milwaukee at Wright State ......................................... TBD Loyola at Youngstown State .................................. 1:05 p.m. HORIZON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP MONDAY, MARCH 7 - FIRST ROUND Game 1 -- No. 8 seed vs. No. 9 seed .............. 7:00 p.m. local Game 2 -- No. 7 seed vs. No. 10 seed ............ 7:00 p.m. local WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9 - QUARTERFINALS Game 3 -- No. 1 seed vs. Game 1 winner ...... 7:00 p.m. local Game 4 -- No. 4 seed vs. No. 5 seed .............. 7:00 p.m. local Game 5 -- No. 2 seed vs. Game 2 winner ...... 7:00 p.m. local Game 6 -- No. 3 seed vs. No. 6 seed .............. 7:00 p.m. local FRIDAY, MARCH 11 - SEMIFINALS Game 7 -- Game 5 winner vs. Game 6 winner ........... TBD Game 8 -- Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 winner .......... TBD SUNDAY, MARCH 14 - CHAMPIONSHIP Game 9 -- Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner .... 1:00 p.m. Dates, times and opponents are subject to change


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2009-10 STATISTICS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 17-14 14-4 3-10

## Player GP-GS 10 MULROY, Brigid 31-31 HORIZON LEAGUE 18-18 25 SHAYOK, Yar 31-31 HORIZON LEAGUE 18-18 01 JONES, Jalesa 31-31 HORIZON LEAGUE 18-18 12 FAMBRO, Demeisha 31-8 HORIZON LEAGUE 18-0 14 ALLEN, Lauren 31-28 HORIZON LEAGUE 18-18 05 SPAUDE, Sierra 20-13 HORIZON LEAGUE 17-11 24 LANGHAM, Talyer 21-9 HORIZON LEAGUE 16-7 50 HOOTEN, Kassandra 30-4 HORIZON LEAGUE 17-0 41 THORNTON, Cherridy 24-0 HORIZON LEAGUE 12-0 20 STONER, Jaimee 12-0 HORIZON LEAGUE 6-0 TEAM HORIZON LEAGUE Total 31 HORIZON LEAGUE 18 Opponents 31 HORIZON LEAGUE 18

HOME 10-6 8-1 2-5

AWAY 7-7 6-3 1-4

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

Min-Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-FTA Pct O-D Tot Avg PF-FO A 1114-35.9 135-286 .472 92-182 .505 70-79 .886 34-98 132 4.3 77-2 24 626-34.8 78-161 .484 55-107 .514 46-50 .920 18-51 69 3.8 48-2 9 1059-34.2 157-306 .513 4-13 .308 49-91 .538 90-210 300 9.7 86-2 34 606-33.7 93-166 .560 1-4 .250 28-49 .571 47-130 177 9.8 48-0 22 1100-35.5 95-249 .382 8-57 .140 107-164 .652 23-89 112 3.6 74-3 159 632-35.1 64-146 .438 3-27 .111 54-88 .614 12-52 64 3.6 41-1 93 569-18.4 93-245 .380 28-90 .311 34-50 .680 13-70 83 2.7 54-1 28 294-16.3 48-120 .400 17-50 .340 8-16 .500 5-32 37 2.1 26-0 19 1074-34.6 94-268 .351 31-94 .330 14-28 .500 32-98 130 4.2 43-1 127 674-37.4 66-170 .388 20-57 .351 10-17 .588 19-68 87 4.8 20-0 89 391-19.6 40-90 .444 25-63 .397 8-12 .667 13-39 52 2.6 21-0 11 333-19.6 36-77 .468 22-52 .423 8-12 .667 12-27 39 2.3 20-0 9 343-16.3 39-115 .339 2-14 .143 20-29 .690 19-41 60 2.9 25-0 10 233-14.6 25-78 .321 0-8 .000 10-13 .769 16-27 43 2.7 17-0 7 400-13.3 28-90 .311 4-17 .235 15-21 .714 29-36 65 2.2 31-0 12 163-9.6 12-35 .343 1-4 .250 6-11 .545 9-13 22 1.3 17-0 4 157-6.5 11-38 .289 1-7 .143 5-8 .625 7-22 29 1.2 15-0 3 64-5.3 4-16 .250 0-4 .000 4-6 .667 3-11 14 1.2 9-0 2 43-3.6 1-7 .143 0-5 .000 2-3 .667 2-2 4 0.3 6-0 1 25-4.2 0-4 .000 0-3 .000 2-2 1.000 1-1 2 0.3 4-0 1 52-73 125 4.0 29-40 69 3.8 6250 693-1694 .409 195-542 .360 324-485 .668 314-778 1092 35.2 433-9 409 3650 426-973 .438 119-316 .377 176-264 .667 171-452 623 34.6 251-3 255 6250 712-1845 .386 209-672 .311 285-396 .720 394-766 1160 37.4 487-0 454 3650 400-1054 .380 108-366 .295 159-221 .719 222-422 644 35.8 275-0 258

2009-10 UDM INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points

27

Field Goals Made

11

Field Goal Att.

20

FG Pct.

Demeisha Fambro vs. Eastern Michigan (12/05/09) vs Milwaukee (2/6/10)

.833 (5-6)

Brigid Mulroy

vs UIC (1/14/10)

219 132 238 134

1905 1147 1918 1067

61.5 63.7 61.9 59.3

2009-10 UDM TEAM GAME HIGHS Points

80

vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10)

Field Goals Made

32

vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10)

Field Goal Attempts

71

vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10)

FG Pct. 3-Point FG Made

.519 (27-52)

vs. Milwaukee (2/6/10)

11

vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10) vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10)

vs Butler (2/18/10)

3-Point FG Att.

29

3-Point FG Pct.

.692 (9-13)

vs. UIC (1/14/10)

1.000 (5-5) 8 11

Brigid Mulroy at Cleveland State (2/25/10

Free Throws Made

18

at Oakland (11/13/09

Brigid Mulroy

Free Throw Att.

29

vs. Colgate (12/30/09

vs UIC (1/14/10

Demeisha Fambro vs Youngstown State (1/28/10) Jalesa Jones

at Oakland (11/13/09)

Yar Shayok

vs Colgate (12/30/09

(min 5 made)

1.000 (5-5)

Demeisha Fambro vs Eastern Michigan (12/5/09)

Blocked Shots

32 19 70 36

at Indiana State (12/1/09)

Brigid Mulroy vs Michigan State (11/15/09)

Steals

Avg 13.9 14.3 11.8 11.9 9.8 10.3 8.0 6.7 7.5 9.0 5.7 6.0 4.8 3.8 2.5 1.8 1.2 1.0 0.3 0.3

Brigid Mulroy

1.000 (7-7)

Assists

Pts 432 257 367 215 305 185 248 121 233 162 113 102 100 60 75 31 28 12 4 2

Brigid Mulroy

FT Pct. Rebounds

Stl 24 14 54 35 54 35 18 8 40 19 10 9 8 4 5 3 2 2 4 3

6 12

Free Throws Made

Blk 0 0 25 16 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6

1.000 (3-3)

60

at Oakland (11/13/09

Yar Shayok

3-Point FG Att.

Free Throw Att.

Yar Shayok

.833 (5-6)

3-Point FG Made

3-Pt FG Pct.

Brigid Mulroy vs Michigan State (11/15/09)

TO 42 12 78 48 105 65 60 25 94 56 33 24 32 22 22 11 14 7 3 3 10 8 493 281 469 272

17

Yar Shayok

at Loyola (2/11/10

8

Jalesa Jones

vs Valparaiso (2/20/10)

8

Lauren Allen

vs Milwaukee (2/6/10)

6

Jalesa Jones

at Valparaiso (1/21/10

6

Yar Shayok

at Milwaukee (1/7/10

2

Yar Shayok

vs Valparaiso (2/20/10

2

Tayler Langham

vs Georgia (12/22/09

FT Pct.

.909 (10-11)

at Cincinnati (11/21/09)

Rebounds

53

vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10)

Assists

20

vs. Youngstown State (1/28/10)

Steals

12

vs. Wright State (01/3/10)

3

at Georgia (12/22/09)

Blocked Shots


2009-10 RESULTS OPPONENT at Oakland

DATE Nov. 13

SCORE W/L POINTS 74-65 W 26-Shayok

REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS 14-Shayok 7-Jones 1-Shayok 1-Jones 1-Mulroy 1-Allen 10-Shayok 4-Jones 3-Jones 10-Shayok 5-Allen 1-Shayok 1-Fambro 8-Mulroy 6-Jones 4-Jones 12-Shayok 5-Jones 4-Allen 5-Allen 13-Shayok 5-Jones 4-Fambro 7-Shayok 4-Jones 4-Allen 7-Hooten 6-Shayok 7-Jones 3-Jones

MICHIGAN ST. at Cincinnati

Nov. 15 Nov. 21

62-71 58-65

L L

27-Mulroy 13-Mulroy

CANISIUS at Indiana State

Nov. 24 Dec. 1

52-54 53-70

L L

20-Mulroy 20-Mulroy

E. MICHIGAN Dec.5 BOWLING GREEN Dec. 9

55-72 43-64

L L

22-Fambro 12-Hooten

at Morehead State Dec. 13

71-84

L

MICHIGAN at Georgia COLGATE

Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 30

51-65 42-66 67-44

L L W

15-Jones 15-Fambro 12-Allen 14-Mulroy 17-Jones

WRIGHT ST.* at Milwaukee* at Green Bay*

Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 9

68-47 59-57 46-71

W W L

21-Mulroy 14-Jones 11-Allen

UIC* LOYOLA*

Jan. 14 Jan. 16

66-65 53-50

W W

18-Shayok 19-Mulroy

at Valparaiso* at Butler*

Jan. 21 Jan. 23

72-70 44-65

W L

19-Mulroy 10-Mulroy 10- Shayok

9-Shayok 8-Shayok

YOUNGSTOWN ST.* Jan.28

80-44

W

20-Spaude

11-Shayok

CLEVELAND ST.* Jan. 30 GREEN BAY* Feb. 4 MILWAUKEE* Feb. 6 at Loyola* Feb. 11 at UIC* Feb. 13

62-54 71-55 72-65 63-56 64-61

W W W W W

17-Jones 20-Mulroy 19-Allen 16-Shayok 17-Allen

11-Shayok 12-Shayok 9-Shayok 17-Shayok 12-Shayok

BUTLER* VALPO* at Cleveland State* at Youngstown St.*

Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27

62-72 67-49 60-70 80-62

L W L W

22-Mulroy 16-Jones 16-Mulroy 16-Jones

13-Shayok 13-Shayok 8-Allen 9-Shayok

at Wright State* LOYOLA$

Mar. 6 58-54 Mar. 10 75-62

W W

21-Mulroy 20-Jones

6-Jones 9-Shayok

vs Butler%

Mar. 12 55-69

L

19-Shayok

11-Shayok

11-Shayok 7-Mulroy 10-Shayok

5-Jones 3-Jones 7-Allen

9-Allen 11-Langham 6-Allen 6-Shayok 8-Shayok 16-Shayok

8-Allen 5-Jones 4-Jones 7-Allen 5-Allen 5-Shayok 7-Jones 2-Thornton 2-Fambro 6-Jones 6-Allen 6-Jones 6-Allen 8-Allen 7-Allen 5-Jones

7-Jones 8-Jones 4-Allen 7-Jones 7-Allen 9-Jones 6-Allen 6-Jones 6-Jones

BLOCKED SHOTS N/A

N/A 1-Shayok N/A N/A N/A 2-Shayok N/A

3-Allen 2-Mulroy 3-Shayok 3-Mulroy 4-Mulroy 6-Shayok 2-Jones

N/A 2-Langham

2-Jones 2-Shayok

N/A N/A

6-Jones 1-Jones 1-Spaude 1-Stoner 3-Jones

2-Shayok 1-Allen

4-Shayok 4-Jones 2-Spaude 4-Jones 1-Shayok 1-Jones 1-Mulroy 1-Fambro 3-Shayok 2-Allen 4-Allen 3-Shayok

N/A 1-Spaude 1-Shayok N/A 1-Shayok 1-Fambro

4-Shayok 2-Shayok 2-Jones 2-Allen 4-Shayok

4-Shayok 2-Shayok

1-Shayok N/A N/A 2-Shayok

N/A

2-Shayok 2-Shayok N/A 2-Shayok

2-Shayok

*-Horizon League Game $-Horizon League Championship First Round (Detroit, MI) %-Horizon League Championship Quarter-Finals (Green Bay, WI)

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2009-10 BOX SCORES G1

DETROIT 74, OAKLAND 65 Nov. 13, 2009; O’Rena Arena; Rochester, MI

Detroit (74) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 31* 11-15 4-5 14 0 2 26 Jones 38* 2-6 8-9 4 7 2 12 Mulroy 37* 5-8 1-2 5 1 4 14 Fambro 33* 5-11 5-8 7 2 2 17 Allen 36* 1-8 0-0 5 5 2 3 Thornton 8 1-3 0-0 3 0 2 2 Hooten 17 0-3 0-0 2 1 1 0 Team 2 Totals 200 25-54 18-24 42 16 15 74 Oakland (65) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Patritto 19* 1-5 1-2 1 3 2 3 Watterworth 29* 8-16 7-10 11 1 5 23 Jeltema 28* 7-17 1-1 9 2 4 15 Terava 14* 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 Calhoun 31* 3-8 0-0 2 3 4 7 Harris 12 1-4 1-2 0 1 2 3 Farrell 14 0-4 0-0 3 2 2 0 Lipscomb 17 3-3 0-0 3 3 2 6 Turner 7 0-3 0-0 2 0 0 0 Malone 3 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 Reising 26 2-8 2-2 3 3 1 8 Team 0 Totals 200 25-70 12-17 36 20 22 65 Halftime - OAK 34, UDM 31, Turnovers – OAK 14 , UDM 20, 3-pt FG - UDM 6-12 ( Jones 0-1, Mulroy 3-5, Fambro 2-3, Hooten 0-1, Allen 1-2); OAK 3-17 ( Jeltema 0-1, Calhoun 1-3, Harris 0-1, Farrell 0-2, Turner 0-3, Reising 2-7); Att: 405.

G2

#10 MICHIGAN STATE 71, DETROIT 62 Nov. 15, 2009; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (62) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 38* 3-12 0-0 10 0 3 7 Jones 40* 3-9 2-4 4 4 0 10 Mulroy 37* 8-11 7-7 5 0 3 27 Fambro 26* 5-15 2-2 2 3 2 13 Allen 30* 1-6 0-1 2 1 3 2 Thornton 8 0-1 1-2 2 0 2 1 Hooten 21 0-3 2-2 1 1 0 2 Team 7 Totals 200 20-57 14-18 33 9 13 62 Michigan State (71) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Jefferson 19* 7-9 2-2 1 0 1 16 Schiffauer 29* 4-9 0-0 6 4 2 12 Johnson 29* 3-7 1-2 8 3 1 9 DeHaan 16* 3-8 0-0 4 1 1 6 Thomas, B. 18* 0-1 0-0 4 2 0 0 Thomas, J. 22 1-11 0-1 5 2 0 2 Piechowski 10 1-7 0-0 1 1 1 3 Washington 12 0-0 2-2 2 1 0 2 Keane 21 4-11 0-1 7 2 5 8 Aitch 24 5-5 3-6 8 0 3 13 Team Totals 200 28-68 8-14 46 16 14 71 Halftime - MSU 36, UDM 37, Turnovers – MSU 9 , UDM 10, 3-pt FG UDM 8-18 (Shayok 1-2, Jones 2-6, Mulroy 4-5, Fambro 1-4, Hooten 0-1)); MSU 7-27 ( Jefferson 0-1, Schiffauer 4-8, Johnson 2-3, DeHaan 0-1, Thomas B. 0-1, Thomas J. 0-5, Piechowski 1-6, Keane 0-2), Att: 1635.

G3

CINCINNATI 65, DETROIT 58 Nov. 21, 2009; Fifth Third Arena; Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati (65) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Schuster 17* 0-3 0-0 5 0 0 0 Jones 36* 5-7 4-6 8 1 2 14 Ulis 37* 4-10 5-6 3 6 2 15 Roudebush 33* 3-14 0-0 4 3 3 8 Jacobs 24* 5-12 3-4 0 1 3 15 Sanders 8 0-4 0-0 5 1 1 0 Daniel 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Stevens 17 2-6 2-2 1 2 1 8 McClung 27 2-3 0-0 7 2 2 5 Team 5 Totals 200 21-59 14-18 38 16 14 65 Detroit (58) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 39* 5-8 1-1 10 0 4 12 Jones 38* 3-12 5-6 5 3 1 11 Mulroy 35* 5-9 0-0 3 1 1 13 Fambro 35* 2-14 4-4 4 2 4 9 Allen 31* 3-7 0-0 7 5 5 6 Thornton 11 2-4 0-0 3 0 0 5 Hooten 11 1-5 0-0 1 0 1 2 Team 3 Totals 200 21-59 10-11 36 11 16 58 Halftime - UDM 24, UC 33; Turnovers – UC 11, UDM 13; 3-pt FG - UC 9-29 (Schuster 0-1, Ulis 2-5, Roudebush 2-10, Jacobs 2-5, Sanders 0-2, Stevens 2-5, McClung 1-1); UDM 6-17 (Shayok 1-1, Jones 0-4, Mulroy 3-3, Fambro 1-5, Allen 0-1, Thornton 1-2, Hooten 0-1); Att: 400.

G4

CANISIUS 54, DETROIT 52 Nov. 24, 2009; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Canisius (54) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Gardner 7* 0-1 0-0 3 0 0 0 Radke 34* 9-17 0-0 4 2 4 21 Russell 35* 6-14 0-1 5 4 3 15 MacDonald 18* 0-0 0-0 6 3 4 0 Drysdale 27* 0-6 0-0 3 1 2 0 Lee 23 4-8 0-0 7 2 1 9 Lucas 6 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 Braun 29 1-4 0-0 3 0 2 2 Durham 21 3-5 0-0 1 3 3 7 Kosior 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 4 Totals 200 23-56 0-1 36 15 20 54 Detroit (52) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 35* 4-11 3-4 4 2 2 11 Jones 40* 0-3 4-8 1 6 2 4 Mulroy 40* 7-16 2-4 8 4 1 20 Fambro 21* 3-5 1-3 3 1 0 7 Allen 36* 2-8 0-0 5 1 1 6 Thornton 17 1-5 0-0 1 0 0 2 Hooten 11 1-1 0-0 3 0 1 2 Team 5 Totals 200 18-49 10-19 30 14 7 52 Halftime - CAN 22, UDM 27; Turnovers – CAN 21, UDM 20; 3-pt FG CAN 8-24 (Gardner 0-1, Radke 3-7, Russell 3-8, Drysdale 0-4, Lee 1-3, Durham 1-1), UDM 6-14 ( Jones 0-1, Mulroy 4-7, Allen 2-6); Att: 427.

62

G5

INDIANA STATE 70, DETROIT 53

G9

Dec. 1, 2009; Hulman Center; Terre Haute, IN

Detroit (53) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 36* 3-14 2-5 12 1 4 9 Jones 35* 2-7 3-4 2 5 1 8 Mulroy 40* 7-14 0-0 3 1 2 20 Fambro 19* 3-7 0-0 4 1 2 7 Allen 36* 3-9 2-4 4 5 2 9 Stoner 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Thornton 8 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Hooten 26 0-4 0-0 7 0 3 0 Team 2 Totals 200 18-55 7-13 36 13 14 53 Indiana State (70) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Mattox 19* 3-9 2-2 4 0 2 9 Cooley 25* 1-7 0-1 10 2 1 2 Thomas 32* 7-11 3-3 9 3 2 17 Schoen 28* 4-12 0-0 1 4 1 11 Luna 38* 1-5 3-3 2 4 1 6 Hodge 20 3-5 1-2 0 0 0 8 Pedro 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Whitley 12 0-1 2-2 1 3 3 2 Buher 23 5-8 0-0 6 1 2 15 Rivest 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Team 3 Totals 200 24-59 11-13 36 17 13 70 Halftime - UDM 30, ISU 33; Turnovers – UDM 16, ISU 12; 3-pt FG - DET 10-22 (Shayok 1-3, Jones 1-4, Mulroy 6-9, Fambro 1-2, Allen 1-3, Hooten 0-1); ISU 11-28 (Mattox 1-4, Schoen 3-11, Luna 1-3, Hodge 1-2, Whitley 0-1, Buher 5-7); Att: 3372

G6

EASTERN MICHIGAN 72 , DETROIT 55 Dec. 5, 2009; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (55) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 33* 9-18 1-5 13 0 5 19 Hooten 20* 0-3 0-0 1 1 2 0 Jones 30* 0-5 3-5 3 5 4 3 Mulroy 40* 4-14 0-0 12 2 0 9 Fambro 27* 8-20 5-5 9 0 5 22 Allen 30 0-3 0-0 3 2 4 0 Stoner 13 1-3 0-1 0 0 1 2 Thornton 7 0-2 0-0 2 0 1 0 Team 4 Totals 200 22-68 9-16 47 10 22 55 Eastern Michigan (72) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Thomas 22* 1-3 0-2 10 0 2 2 Redditt 18* 6-7 2-4 6 1 1 14 Mahone 20* 1-5 3-4 5 1 2 5 Schrock 33* 1-8 2-5 5 8 1 5 James 32* 9-21 4-4 3 0 3 27 Johnson 7 1-2 0-0 4 2 1 2 Simmons 2 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 0 Tretheway 7 1-1 0-0 2 1 1 2 Huntley 16 0-4 1-2 2 1 0 1 Wills 14 2-4 0-0 1 1 2 6 Miller 21 3-5 2-4 8 0 2 8 Hairston 6 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 Vantil 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hite 1 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 4 Totals 200 25-64 14-25 50 15 18 72 Halftime - EMU 37, UDM 19; Turnovers – EMU 21, UDM 21; 3-pt FG UDM 2-18 (Hooten 0-1, Jones 0-2, Mulroy 1-6, Fambro 1-5, Allen 0-2, Stoner 0-2); EMU 8-22 (Schrock 1-3, James 5-12, Huntley 0-3, Wills 2-4); Att: 432.

G7

BOWLING GREEN 64, DETROIT 43 Dec. 9, 2009; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (43) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 37* 1-9 3-6 7 1 3 5 Jones 39* 1-6 2-2 6 4 1 4 Mulroy 34* 4-5 1-1 3 1 3 10 Fambro 17* 2-8 0-0 2 0 3 4 Allen 40* 3-12 0-2 2 1 3 8 Stoner 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Thornton 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hooten 28 4-11 3-4 7 1 2 12 Team 7 Totals 200 15-51 9-15 34 8 15 43 Bowling Green (64) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Hennegan 26* 4-6 0-0 6 1 2 8 Uhl 22* 2-7 2-2 8 0 0 7 Nurse 34* 1-7 0-0 1 5 1 3 Prochaska 38* 8-16 7-7 3 1 1 25 Pontius 29* 1-5 2-2 7 3 1 4 Tamerlano 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Slagle 10 2-2 0-2 2 0 0 5 Albert 10 0-1 0-0 2 1 4 0 Papenfuss 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Steffen 2 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 Eli 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Breske 15 5-9 0-0 4 1 4 10 Clapper 4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Bugher 2 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 Zuercher 4 0-1 2-2 1 0 1 2 Team 5 Totals 200 23-56 13-15 42 12 17 64 Halftime - BGSU 32, UDM 24; Turnovers – BGSU 12, UDM 15; 3-pt FG - UDM 4-9 (Mulroy 1-1, Fambro 0-1, Allen 2-6, Hooten 1-1); BGSU 5-17 (Hennegan 0-1, Uhl 1-1, Nurse 1-3, Prochaska 2-7, Pontius 0-3, Slagle 1-1, Zuercher 0-1); Att: 254.

G8 Detroit (71) Player Jones Mulroy Allen Shayok Hooten Spaude Fambro Stoner Thornton Team Totals

MOREHEAD STATE 84, DETROIT 71 Dec. 13, 2009; Johnson Arena; Morehead, KY min 34* 38* 11* 33* 33* 22 25 1 3

fg-fga 4-6 3-6 0-1 6-13 4-10 1-3 6-14 0-0 1-2

ft-fta 6-9 1-2 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0

200

25-55

13-19

reb. 2 4 0 6 5 4 4 0 1 5 31

ast. 7 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0

pf 4 3 0 0 1 0 4 1 1

tp 15 10 0 12 14 3 15 0 2

13

14

71

MICHIGAN 65, DETROIT 51 Dec. 19, 2009; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Michigan (65) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Phillips 24* 3-12 0-2 13 3 0 6 Hicks 32* 5-12 0-0 3 1 2 11 Hollins 40* 6-11 5-6 5 7 3 17 Ryan 36* 3-8 1-2 13 4 2 8 Reynolds 27* 4-12 0-0 4 0 0 9 Jones 7 0-2 0-0 3 0 1 0 Arnold 6 1-2 1-2 2 0 0 3 Boylan 19 4-8 0-0 1 0 0 11 Sheffer 9 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 Team 2 Totals 200 26-68 7-12 48 15 8 65 Detroit (51) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 30* 4-12 0-0 11 2 4 8 Hooten 22* 3-7 0-0 5 1 0 6 Jones 33* 1-9 1-2 2 5 5 3 Mulroy 40* 1-5 4-4 2 0 2 7 Fambro 20* 2-8 1-2 2 0 1 6 Allen 28 5-14 0-0 2 1 1 12 Langham 22 3-9 2-2 6 0 1 9 Thornton 5 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Team 9 Totals 200 19-64 8-10 40 9 14 51 Halftime - UM 25, UDM 28; Turnovers – UDM 15, UM 13; 3-pt FG - UM 6-23 (Phillips 0-1, Hicks 1-6, Ryan 1-2, Reynolds 1-7, Arnold 0-1, Boylan 3-6)), UDM 5-22 (Shayok 0-2, Hooten 0-1, Jones 0-4, Mulroy 1-4, Fambro 1-2, Allen 2-7, Langham 1-2); Att. 844

G10

#9 GEORGIA 66, DETROIT 42 Dec. 22, 2009; Stegeman Coliseum; Athens, GA

Detroit (42) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Jones 33* 1-4 0-0 4 3 5 2 Mulroy 37* 3-10 5-5 7 1 2 14 Langham 16* 0-5 1-2 0 0 2 1 Shayok 29* 3-5 0-0 6 0 2 6 Hooten 24* 2-2 0-0 5 1 2 4 Fambro 21 2-9 2-2 5 0 3 6 Allen 18 2-4 0-0 4 0 0 5 Stoner 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Thornton 21 2-5 0-0 1 1 0 4 Team 2 Totals 200 15-44 8-9 35 6 16 42 Georgia (66) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Houts 31* 4-10 2-2 4 1 3 12 Jones 4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Armstrong 15 1-5 2-2 2 1 0 4 James 34* 3-14 3-4 6 3 4 9 Mitchell 30* 4-13 2-2 4 1 1 12 Hassell 13 6-9 2-4 4 0 0 14 Rhoden 7 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 Phillips 24* 1-8 2-2 10 0 0 4 Willis 3 1-1 0-0 0 0 1 2 Williams 16 1-8 0-0 1 2 2 3 Robinson 23* 3-5 0-0 1 2 3 6 Team 4 Totals 24-74 13-16 45 10 14 66 Halftime - UDM 25, UGA 29; Turnovers – UDM 25, UGA 10; 3-pt FG - UDM 4-22 ( Jones 0-1, Mulroy 3-9, Langham 0-2, Fambro 0-6, Allen 1-3, Thornton 0-1); UGA 5-28 (Houts 2-6, Armstrong 0-1, James 0-4, Mitchell 2-7, Rhoden 0-1, Phillips 0-1, Williams 1-8). Att. 3257

G11

DETROIT 67, COLGATE 44 Dec. 30, 2009; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (67) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 39* 3-5 4-11 10 1 2 10 Jones 32* 5-14 7-10 5 5 3 17 Mulroy 37* 5-10 0-0 4 1 2 15 Allen 36* 2-7 1-2 2 7 0 5 Langham 31* 6-12 2-6 5 1 0 14 Fambro 8 2-3 0-0 1 0 1 4 Thornton 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hooten 16 1-4 0-0 2 0 1 2 Team 5 Totals 200 24-55 14-29 34 15 9 67 Colgate (44) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Havenstein 16* 2-3 0-0 9 1 5 4 Moser 19* 1-5 2-2 4 1 3 4 Green 18* 1-3 0-0 0 1 4 2 Wejnert 23* 0-7 4-4 1 2 2 4 Kozlowski 37* 4-12 0-0 2 2 0 9 Lynch 23 1-4 0-0 4 3 3 2 Brase 13 1-1 0-0 6 0 1 2 Korkowski 5 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 Ward 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Brim 11 1-3 0-0 1 0 1 2 Librizzi 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Garman 13 1-4 0-0 3 0 3 3 Oakes 20 6-7 0-0 3 0 2 12 Team 3 Totals 200 18-51 6-6 37 10 24 44 Halftime - COL 24, UDM 27; Turnovers – DET 13, COL 24; 3-pt FG - DET 5-16 ( Jones 0-2, Mulroy 5-9, Allen 0-1, Langham 0-1, Fambro 0-1, Hooten 0-2 ); COL 2-15 (Green 0-2, Wejnert 0-3, Kozlowski 1-5, Lynch 0-1, Brim 0-1, Garman 1-3); Att: 291.

Morehead State (84) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Hamilton 28* 7-12 0-0 4 1 3 20 Bozeman 37* 6-16 6-6 6 8 1 22 Harris 26* 2-6 0-1 11 3 4 4 Watson 31* 1-3 0-0 4 0 1 2 Lumpkin 21* 4-7 2-3 1 6 4 12 Stephens 24 5-8 0-0 2 1 4 13 Steele 10 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Martin 15 4-9 0-0 7 0 1 9 Buchanan 8 1-2 0-0 2 0 1 2 Team 1 Totals 200 30-63 8-10 38 19 19 84 Halftime - MS 40, UDM 33; Turnovers – MS 14, UDM 14; 3-pt FG - UDM 8-15 ( Jones 1-1, Mulroy 3-5, Hooten 2-3, Spaude 1-3, Fambro 1-3), MS 16-30 (Hamilton 6-9, Bozeman 4-10, Harris 0-1, Lumpkin 2-3, Stephens 3-4, Martin 1-3); Att: 339.


2009-10 BOX SCORES G12

DETROIT 68, WRIGHT STATE 47 Jan. 3, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (68) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 25* 5-7 1-3 4 1 4 11 Jones 39* 3-10 4-6 2 6 1 11 Mulroy 40* 6-14 5-5 2 1 2 21 Allen 38* 1-4 0-0 1 8 1 2 Langham 19* 1-4 4-4 1 0 4 6 Fambro 19* 6-10 0-1 3 1 0 13 Stoner 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Thornton 1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 Hooten 18 1-2 0-0 4 0 1 2 Team 5 Totals 200 24-52 14-19 32 17 13 68 Wright State (47) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Richardson 11* 0-0 1-2 5 0 5 1 Fox 23* 6-8 4-5 5 0 5 16 Lowe 26* 2-7 0-0 1 3 2 4 Thomas 37* 3-8 2-4 7 2 1 9 Ward 36* 2-14 0-1 5 0 1 8 Davis 21 4-9 0-1 5 0 1 8 Scott 22 1-3 0-0 9 0 1 2 Bennett 24 1-5 0-0 0 2 1 3 Team 1 Totals 200 19-54 7-13 38 9 18 47 Halftime - DET 37, WS 23; Turnovers – DET 11, WS 19; 3-pt FG - DET 6-16 ( Jones 1-3, Mulroy 4-9, Fambro 1-4), WS 2-18 (Thomas 1-4, Ward 0-9, Bennett 1-5); Att: 338.

G13

DETROIT 59, MILWAUKEE 57 Jan. 7, 2010; Klotsche Center; Milwaukee, WI

Detroit (59) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 37* 5-8 2-4 8 2 3 12 Jones 38* 6-13 1-2 3 5 2 14 Mulroy 34* 1-7 1-2 5 0 2 4 Allen 35* 5-13 0-0 5 4 1 12 Langham 23* 3-6 0-0 11 0 1 6 Spaude 7 1-1 0-0 1 0 3 3 Fambro 11 1-7 0-0 1 1 0 2 Thornton 2 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 Hooten 13 3-10 0-0 3 0 0 6 Team 4 Totals 200 25-66 4-8 42 12 13 59 Milwaukee (57) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Laur 38* 7-18 3-3 14 4 3 18 Klomstad 23* 5-12 0-0 5 1 3 10 McClain 29* 0-2 0-0 0 8 2 0 Theut 13* 0-2 0-0 0 1 2 0 Imperiale 34* 4-8 0-0 6 0 4 10 Holman 15 0-3 0-0 1 0 1 0 Schell 10 0-2 0-0 1 0 1 0 Tucker 6 1-3 0-0 1 0 0 2 Breland 17 3-7 2-2 1 0 0 11 Jorgenson 3 1-1 1-2 1 0 0 3 Klawitter 12 1-3 0-0 1 0 0 3 Team 6 Totals 200 22-61 6-7 40 17 17 57 Halftime - MIL 27, DET 23; Turnovers – MIL19, DET 18; 3-pt FG - DET 5-20 ( Jones 1-6, Mulroy 1-5, Allen 2-4, Langham 0-1, Spaude 1-1, Fambro 0-2, Hooten 0-1); MIL 7-24 (Laur 1-5, McClain 0-2, Theut 0-2, Imperiale 2-3, Holman 0-2, Schell 0-2, Tucker 0-1, Breland 3-5, Klawitter 1-2); Att: 407.

G14

#18 GREEN BAY 71, DETROIT 46 Jan. 9, 2010; Kress Center; Green Bay, WI

Green Bay (71) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Wojta 26* 2-8 2-4 6 3 3 6 Tetschlag 30* 8-10 3-4 8 1 1 19 Hoewisch 29* 3-9 0-0 4 4 4 6 Quilling 31* 5-12 0-0 0 5 1 14 Golden 19* 1-6 1-2 1 2 3 4 Ritchie 20 2-9 0-0 5 3 4 5 Bauer 11 4-4 0-0 0 1 1 11 Faase 3 1-1 0-0 0 0 1 2 Eichler 21 1-3 0-2 2 2 1 2 Senison 6 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 Ranger 4 1-2 0-0 1 0 0 2 Team 1 Totals 200 28-64 6-12 30 22 19 71 Detroit (46) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 27* 3-5 0-0 6 0 4 6 Jones 35* 2-3 0-1 0 4 3 4 Mulroy 28* 3-8 2-2 3 0 1 9 Allen 34* 4-7 1-2 6 3 1 11 Langham 17* 0-1 2-2 1 1 1 2 Spaude 10 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Fambro 12 0-3 0-2 1 0 0 0 Stoner 2 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 2 Thornton 13 1-2 3-4 4 0 1 5 Hooten 22 3-6 0-1 5 2 0 7 Team 7 Totals 200 16-36 10-16 33 10 11 46 Halftime - GB 38, DET 24; Turnovers – GB 10, DET 28; 3-pt FG - GB 9-27 (Tetschlag 0-1, Hoewisch 0-3, Quilling 4-9, Golden 1-3, Ritchie 1-7, Bauer 3-3, Eichler 0-1); DET 4-15 (Mulroy 1-6, Allen 2-4, Spaude 0-1, Fambro 0-1, Thornton 0-1, Hooten 1-2); Att: 2288.

G15

DETROIT 66, UIC 65 Jan. 14, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

UIC (65) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Bailey 32* 5-8 3-4 11 0 3 13 Johnson 34* 6-15 3-4 4 1 1 15 Miller 37* 3-11 0-0 3 3 2 8 Hinkle 23* 0-3 0-0 1 4 0 0 Green 32* 4-9 0-0 6 4 2 11 Foulks 28 5-10 0-0 6 3 1 15 Gatto 3 1-1 0-0 1 1 0 2 Dahnke 11 0-3 1-2 1 2 0 1 Team 6 Totals 200 24-60 7-10 39 18 9 65 Detroit (66) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 40* 9-14 0-0 8 2 3 18 Jones 40* 3-5 3-4 3 5 1 9 Mulroy 32* 5-6 2-2 3 0 2 17 Allen 39* 4-12 0-0 4 7 1 10 Langham 17* 1-7 0-0 3 0 0 2 Spaude 3 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 Fambro 23 3-8 0-0 0 2 3 8 Thornton 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hooten 6 0-3 0-0 1 0 0 0 Team 6 Totals 200 26-56 5-6 28 16 10 66 Halftime - UIC 32, DET 27; Turnovers – UIC 10, DET 8; 3-pt FG - UIC 10-22 (Miller 2-7, Green 3-5, Foulks 5-10); DET 9-13 (Mulroy 5-5, Allen 2-4, Langham 0-1, Fambro 2-3); Att: 279.

G16

DETROIT 53, LOYOLA 50

Jan. 16, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (53) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Langham 21* 4-9 0-0 3 0 0 8 Shayok 40* 4-9 1-2 16 5 2 9 Jones 30* 0-5 6-8 4 0 3 6 Mulroy 40* 5-9 4-4 2 1 1 19 Allen 37* 3-8 0-0 5 5 0 8 Spaude 15 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 Fambro 7 0-2 0-0 0 0 2 0 Thornton 6 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 Hooten 41 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 Team 3 Totals 200 17-44 12-16 34 11 9 53 Loyola (50) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Vanbogaert 33* 6-12 0-0 2 1 3 14 Boeke 19* 1-6 0-0 3 2 2 2 Collins 36* 1-8 0-0 6 2 1 2 McCloskey 32* 4-9 0-0 0 2 0 10 Kortekamp 10* 0-2 0-0 1 0 1 0 Albano 22 1-3 1-2 1 1 1 4 Finnegan 18 2-5 0-0 2 2 5 4 Ayoub 6 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 2 Samplawski 4 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 Hylton 16 4-9 0-0 4 0 1 12 Skube 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 7 Totals 200 20-56 1-2 27 11 17 50 Halftime - LOY 22, DET 22; Turnovers – LOY 15, DET 22; 3-pt FG – DET 7-18 ( Jones 0-3, Mulroy 5-9, Allen 2-5, Fambro 0-1); LOY 9-23 (Vanbogaert 2-3, Collins 0-2, McCloskey 2-7, Kortekamp 0-1, Albano 1-3, Hylton 4-7). Att. 341

G17

DETROIT 72, VALPARAISO 70 (OT) Jan. 21, 2010; ARC; Valparaiso, IN

Detroit (72) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 39* 5-8 0-0 9 1 4 10 Jones 45* 3-9 2-6 4 7 3 8 Mulroy 39* 6-9 6-6 6 1 5 19 Allen 45* 5-10 0-0 4 3 1 10 Langham 20* 3-9 0-0 3 1 1 6 Spaude 6 1-2 0-0 3 0 0 3 Fambro 21 6-14 0-0 1 0 2 15 Thornton 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 Hooten 7 0-0 1-2 0 0 2 1 Team 5 Totals 225 29-62 9-14 35 13 19 72 Valparaiso (70) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Farris 36* 4-8 1-2 5 2 1 10 Watts 20* 4-9 5-6 9 1 1 14 Varner 12* 0-6 0-0 4 0 1 0 Adams 44* 4-18 1-2 3 0 1 12 Richards 42* 0-2 2-4 8 6 3 2 Gick 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Ray 3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Kenney 25 10-13 4-6 9 1 2 24 Moore 33 2-13 4-4 8 2 3 8 Peller 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 2 Totals 225 24-71 17-24 48 12 13 70 Halftime - VAL 35, DET 30; Turnovers – DET 19, VAL 17; 3-pt FG - DET 5-15 (Shayok 0-1, Mulroy 1-3, Allen 0-2, Langham 0-2, Spaude 1-1, Fambro 3-6), VAL 5-23 (Farris 1-2, Watts 1-1, Varner 0-2, Adams 3-13, Richards 0-1, Ray 0-1, Moore 0-2, Peller 0-1); Att: 718.

G18

BUTLER 65, DETROIT 44 Jan. 23, 2010; Hinkle Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, IN

Butler (65) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Thornton 30* 7-10 3-8 10 0 2 17 Hamilton 18* 2-6 0-1 5 0 4 4 Freeman 21* 2-6 2-2 2 2 2 7 Burns 23* 1-4 0-0 6 3 2 2 Brierly 17* 1-1 0-0 1 0 1 3 Pittman 21 5-9 2-2 4 0 1 16 Bowen 22 2-7 0-0 4 2 3 5 Kabara 4 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0 Jennings 4 1-1 0-0 0 2 1 2 Bass 13 2-5 2-2 1 1 0 7 Lester 24 1-2 0-0 5 6 3 2 May 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 5 Totals 200 24-52 9-16 43 16 19 65 Detroit (44) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 21* 3-10 4-5 8 0 3 10 Jones 24* 2-7 5-6 3 1 4 9 Mulroy 30* 4-9 0-0 3 1 4 10 Allen 31* 2-7 0-2 2 1 1 4 Langham 16* 1-6 0-0 2 0 0 2 Spaude 17 1-5 2-2 1 0 0 5 Fambro 19 0-5 0-0 4 2 1 0 Stoner 13 0-2 0-0 2 1 2 0 Thornton 15 0-3 1-2 4 2 1 1 Hooten 14 1-1 1-2 2 0 1 3 Team 4 Totals 200 14-55 13-19 35 8 17 44 Halftime - BU 30, DET 18; Turnovers – BU 17, DET 13; 3-pt FG - BU 8-19 (Freeman 1-4, Brierly 1-1, Pittman 4-7, Bowen 1-5, Bass 1-2); DET 3-19 ( Jones 0-1, Mulroy 2-3, Allen 0-2, Langham 0-1, Spaude 1-4, Fambro 0-4, Stoner 0-2, Thornton 0-2). Att. 470

G19

DETROIT 80, YOUNGSTOWN ST. 44 Jan. 28, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Youngstown State (44) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Manuel 29* 2-12 3-4 4 1 2 7 Brown 34* 3-10 9-10 11 0 0 15 Middlebrooks 35* 2-9 0-0 5 0 2 5 Jenkins 29* 1-8 2-2 0 0 2 5 Nortey 24* 3-10 0-0 1 1 1 6 Gasparek 24 1-2 3-4 5 0 0 6 March 25 0-5 0-0 1 0 2 0 Team 5 Totals 200 12-56 17-20 32 2 9 44 Detroit (80) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 23 5-9 0-0 11 1 0 10 Jones 25 3-5 1-4 4 6 0 7 Spaude 28 7-13 3-6 8 3 3 20 Mulroy 26 5-13 0-0 5 2 2 15 Allen 31 1-7 0-0 6 6 0 2 Fambro 23 6-9 0-0 6 1 4 15 Stoner 6 0-2 0-0 0 0 1 0 Langham 13 2-7 0-0 3 1 0 4 Thornton 10 1-3 0-0 2 0 3 2 Hooten 15 2-3 1-2 2 0 2 5 Team 6 Totals 200 32-71 5-12 53 20 15 80 Halftime - DET 36, YSU 17; Turnovers – YSU 15, DET 15; 3-pt FG - YSU 3-12 (Manuel 0-1, Middlebrooks 1-1, Jenkins 1-3, Nortey 0-1, Gasparek 1-2, March 0-4), DET 11-29 (Shayok 0-1, Jones 0-1, Spaude 3-8, Mulroy 5-10, Allen 0-3, Fambro 3-3, Stoner 0-1, Langham 0-1, Thornton 0-1); Att: 237.

G20

DETROIT 62, CLEVELAND STATE 54 Jan. 30, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (62) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 37* 7-11 1-2 11 2 1 15 Jones 37* 6-11 5-7 5 6 3 17 Spaude 36* 4-9 1-2 1 0 0 11 Mulroy 31* 1-6 2-2 3 1 3 4 Allen 37* 2-4 0-0 5 5 1 5 Fambro 13 4-7 0-0 5 3 0 10 Langham 5 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hooten 4 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 Team 1 Totals 200 24-49 9-13 32 17 9 62 Cleveland State (54) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Winton 9* 0-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 Crosley 15* 2-5 0-0 2 1 0 4 Garland 27* 4-8 0-0 7 2 3 9 Klein 40* 5-15 1-1 9 2 2 12 Roque, J. 40* 3-9 0-0 3 7 3 6 Adams 16 6-11 0-0 2 2 2 12 Keane 8 1-3 0-0 0 1 0 3 Blue 11 0-0 2-2 1 0 0 2 Roque, A. 34 2-5 0-0 1 2 1 6 Team 2 Totals 200 23-59 3-3 28 17 24 54 Halftime - CS 29, DET 27; Turnovers – DET 20, CS 15; 3-pt FG - DET 5-13 ( Jones 0-1, Spaude 2-6, Allen 1-3, Fambro 2-3) CS 5-26 (Garland 1-3, Klein 1-8, Roque J. 0-5, Adams 0-2, Keane 1-3, Roque A. 2-5); Att: 458.

G21

DETROIT 71, #23 GREEN BAY 55 Feb. 4, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit MI

Detroit (71) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 40* 8-11 0-0 12 1 1 17 Jones 32* 4-7 4-6 2 5 2 12 Spaude 26* 3-5 0-0 5 2 0 9 Mulroy 40* 5-9 6-6 6 0 3 20 Allen 40* 2-7 3-3 2 6 2 7 Fambro 22* 2-8 1-2 1 1 0 6 Team 3 Totals 200 24-47 14-17 31 15 8 71 Green Bay (55) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Wojta 28 3-13 0-0 5 5 3 7 Tetschlag 38 7-11 2-2 7 3 4 18 Eichler 33 3-8 1-2 3 2 1 9 Hoewisch 35 2-9 4-4 5 2 5 8 Quilling 30 1-8 0-0 1 3 1 3 Ritchie 11 1-3 0-0 1 1 0 3 Golden 23 3-3 0-0 3 1 1 7 Sension 2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Team 3 Totals 200 20-55 7-8 29 17 15 55 Halftime - DET 33, GB 38; Turnovers – DET 17, GB 16; 3-pt FG - DET 9-20 (Shayok 1-1, Spaude 3-4, Mulroy 4-7, Allen 0-2, Fambro 1-6); GB 8-26 (Wojta 1-5, Tetschlag 2-3, Eichler 2-4, Hoewisch 0-3, Quilling 1-8, Ritchie 1-2, Golden 1-1); Att: 448.

G22

DETROIT 72, MILWAUKEE 65 Feb. 6, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (72) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 36* 5-6 3-8 9 2 3 13 Jones 31* 5-10 2-2 1 5 4 12 Spaude 34* 3-7 2-2 6 1 1 10 Mulroy 36* 4-6 6-6 4 0 2 16 Allen 39* 9-17 0-1 7 8 1 19 Fambro 11 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 0 Langham 6 1-2 0-0 1 0 1 2 Hooten 7 0-3 0-0 0 1 1 0 Team 2 Totals 200 27-52 13-19 30 17 15 72 Milwaukee (65) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Laur 38* 6-22 3-3 14 5 3 17 Jorgenson 25* 2-8 0-0 6 0 4 4 McClain 40* 3-7 1-2 2 7 3 9 Tucker 35* 5-13 0-0 9 4 3 12 Imperiale 37* 11-16 1-1 4 1 3 23 Theut 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Klawitter 24 0-3 0-0 3 0 1 0 Team 3 Totals 200 27-69 5-6 41 17 17 65 Halftime - MIL 34, DET 35; Turnovers – MIL 12, DET 9; 3-pt FG – DET 5-13 ( Jones 0-2, Spaude 2-6, Mulroy 2-3, Allen 1-1, Hooten 0-1); MIL 6-19 (Laur 2-5, Jorgenson 0-4, McClain 2-3, Tucker 2-4, Klawitter 0-3); Att: 622.

G23

DETROIT 63, LOYOLA 56 Feb. 11, 2010; Joseph J. Gentile Center ; Chicago, IL

Loyola (56) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Vanbogaert 31* 7-10 3-3 9 1 3 17 Boeke 9* 0-3 0-0 2 1 3 0 Collins 40* 4-12 1-1 2 7 5 10 McCloskey 34* 3-9 0-0 1 4 2 9 Kortekamp 28* 1-3 1-2 8 1 0 4 Albano 16 2-5 0-0 4 2 0 6 Finnegan 9 2-7 0-0 2 0 1 4 Ayoub 31 2-7 0-0 4 0 3 6 Samplawski 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hylton 2 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 Team 2 Totals 200 21-57 5-6 34 17 17 56 Detroit (63) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 36* 6-9 4-7 17 1 3 16 Jones 40* 3-12 0-0 7 4 1 6 Spaude 36* 3-7 0-0 6 0 2 7 Mulroy 35* 4-10 2-2 4 0 4 13 Allen 40* 5-13 4-5 4 7 0 15 Fambro 9 3-6 0-0 0 0 0 6 Hooten 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 0 Team 3 Totals 200 24-58 10-14 41 12 12 63 Halftime - DET 38, LOY 27; Turnovers – DET 10, LOY 9; 3-pt FG – LOY 5-18 (Collins 1-3, McCloskey 3-9, Kortekamp 1-3, Albano 2-4, Ayoub 2-4, Hylton 0-1); DET 9-24 ( Jones 0-1, Spaude 1-4, Mulroy 3-8, Allen 1-4, Fambro 0-1); Att: 243.

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2009-10 BOX SCORES

G24

DETROIT 64, UIC 61

Feb. 13, 2010; UIC Pavilion ; Chicago, IL

UIC (61) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Bailey 38* 7-8 5-9 11 2 4 19 Johnson 24* 6-11 1-2 6 0 3 13 Foulks 22* 0-4 1-2 3 2 5 1 Miller 37* 3-16 4-4 6 4 1 10 Green 32* 3-12 0-0 4 2 4 6 Hinkle 30 0-3 0-0 2 1 1 0 Gatto 16 4-6 4-6 2 1 2 12 Strickland 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 3 Totals 200 23-61 15-23 38 12 20 61 Detroit (64) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 32* 3-6 0-0 12 0 3 9 Jones 40* 4-10 0-2 4 5 2 11 Mulroy 33* 2-6 1-3 2 1 5 9 Allen 40* 7-15 3-7 5 3 2 17 Spaude 4* 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Fambro 25 5-7 2-3 6 2 4 16 Stoner 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Langham 9 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 0 Hooten 15 0-3 0-0 1 0 2 2 Team 5 Totals 200 21-49 16-22 36 12 20 64 Halftime - UIC 24, DET 33; Turnovers – UIC 8, DET 15; 3-pt FG – UIC 0-14 (Foulks 0-4, Miller 0-8, Green 0-2); DET 6-15 ( Jones 0-2, Mulroy 1-3, Allen 3-7, Fambro 2-3); Att: 299.

G25

BUTLER 72, DETROIT 62 Feb. 18, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (62) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 40* 4-13 3-4 13 1 3 11 Jones 37* 7-15 3-6 3 7 2 17 Spaude 34* 3-8 0-0 1 2 3 9 Mulroy 40* 8-10 0-0 6 0 1 22 Allen 31* 0-8 1-2 2 2 2 1 Fambro 7 1-4 0-0 0 1 3 2 Langham 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Hooten 7 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 Team 4 Totals 200 23-58 7-12 30 13 17 62 Butler (72) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Thornton 36* 6-14 5-6 13 3 4 17 Hamilton 24* 6-8 2-2 2 1 0 14 Freeman 17* 2-4 0-0 0 3 0 5 Burns 29* 1-4 0-0 4 4 2 2 Brierly 22* 2-5 6-6 2 1 1 12 Pittman 30 3-11 0-0 5 1 0 9 Bowen 23 2-5 1-2 2 0 2 5 Bass 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Lester 19 3-6 2-2 8 1 3 8 Ostrom 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Team 2 Totals 200 25-57 16-18 39 14 12 72 Halftime - DET 31, BU 33; Turnovers – DET 17, BU 15; 3-pt FG – DET 9-21 ( Jones 0-4, Spaude 3-5, Mulroy 6-8, Allen 0-3, Fambro 0-1); BU 6-17 (Freeman 1-2, Brierly 2-4, Pittman 3-9, Bowen 0-1, Lester 0-1); Att: 506.

G26

G27

CLEVELAND STATE 70, DETROIT 60 (OT) Feb. 25, 2010; Wolstein Center; Cleveland, OH

Cleveland State (70) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Crosley 38* 1-7 1-4 9 1 2 3 Garland 33* 5-12 1-1 5 3 4 11 Klein 43* 8-17 15-16 10 1 0 32 Roque A. 45* 3-10 0-0 6 1 2 8 Roque J. 44* 4-9 3-4 2 3 2 12 Adams 19 1-2 2-2 3 1 3 4 Winton 3 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 Team 5 Totals 225 22-57 22-27 41 11 13 70 Detroit (60) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 41* 6-12 1-2 6 1 3 13 Jones 40* 2-5 2-4 5 3 5 6 Spaude 14* 0-3 0-0 1 1 2 0 Mulroy 40* 5-15 1-2 3 1 4 16 Allen 43* 3-9 1-2 8 4 1 9 Fambro 26 5-8 0-0 3 2 4 12 Langham 17 2-5 0-0 4 1 4 4 Thornton 2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Hooten 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 2 Totals 225 23-57 5-10 33 13 24 60 Halftime - CSU 26, DET 26; Turnovers – CSU 19, DET 24; 3-pt FG – CSU 4-15 (Klein 1-4, Roque A. 2-8, Roque J. 1-2, Adams 0-1); DET 9-24 (Shayok 0-1, Jones 0-1, Spaude 0-2, Mulroy 5-12, Allen 2-4, Fambro 2-4); Att: 398.

G28

DETROIT 80, YOUNGSTOWN ST 62 February 27, 2010; Beeghly Center; Youngstown, OH

Youngstown State (62) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Brown 36* 7-12 5-7 14 2 2 19 Manuel 24* 1-1 2-2 2 1 3 4 Middlebrooks 36* 2-10 0-0 6 4 0 4 Nortey 37* 4-8 0-2 2 7 4 9 March 40* 7-16 0-0 0 2 4 21 Dimitrov 21 2-9 0-0 1 1 2 5 Jenkins 5 0-1 0-0 4 2 3 0 Gasparek 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Team 3 Totals 200 23-57 7-11 31 19 18 62 Detroit (80) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 32* 7-13 0-0 9 0 4 14 Jones 27* 4-5 8-12 3 7 1 16 Spaude 28* 3-5 0-0 2 0 4 7 Mulroy 38* 4-10 2-2 2 0 1 12 Allen 39* 6-12 0-0 5 7 2 14 Fambro 15 1-5 3-4 4 0 1 5 Langham 12 5-7 2-5 6 2 1 12 Thornton 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hooten 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Team 4 Totals 200 30-58 15-23 35 16 15 80 Halftime - DET 41, YSU 25; Turnovers – DET 12, YSU 18; 3-pt FG – YSU 9-21 (Middlebrooks 0-1, Nortey 1-1, March 7-13, Dimitrov 1-6); DET 5-15 (Spaude 1-3, Mulroy 2-7, Allen 2-3, Fambro 0-2); Att: 1889.

DETROIT 75, LOYOLA 62

March 10, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Loyola (62) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Vanbogaert 20* 2-3 1-1 4 1 2 5 Boeke 27* 1-7 2-2 4 0 3 4 Collins 40* 4-9 4-5 4 8 4 14 McCloskey 40* 5-12 0-0 2 0 2 15 Kortekamp 32* 5-9 0-0 3 1 2 12 Albano 8 0-3 0-0 0 2 0 0 Finnegan 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Ayoub 15 1-3 0-0 0 1 2 2 Skube 16 4-7 0-0 3 0 3 10 Team 3 Totals 200 22-53 7-8 23 13 18 62 Detroit (75) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 35* 4-6 0-1 9 2 2 8 Jones 38* 6-10 8-11 6 6 3 20 Spaude 15* 2-3 0-0 5 0 0 6 Mulroy 37* 2-4 3-4 4 2 2 8 Allen 40* 5-12 1-2 4 6 0 13 Fambro 10 2-5 2-2 2 0 0 8 Langham 19 4-7 3-4 3 0 3 12 Thornton 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hooten 5 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 Team 1 Totals 200 25-48 17-24 35 16 10 75 Halftime - DET 30, LUC 33; Turnovers – LUC 15, DET 17; 3-pt FG - LUC 11-28 (Boeke 0-2, Collins 2-2, McCloskey 5-12, Kortekamp 2-5, Albano 0-1, Ayoub 0-2, Skube 2-4); DET 8-18 (Shayok 0-1, Jones 0-1, Spaude 2-3, Mulroy 1-3, Allen 2-3, Fambro 2-5, Langham 1-1, Hooten 0-1); Att: 312.

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BUTLER 69, DETROIT 55 March 12, 2010; Kress Events Center; Green Bay WI

Detroit (55) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Jones 38* 3-12 4-6 4 6 2 11 Spaude 21* 1-7 0-0 4 0 1 2 Mulroy 36* 3-13 0-0 3 0 4 8 Allen 28* 1-7 0-0 3 3 2 2 Shayok 38* 8-12 3-4 11 3 5 19 Fambro 13 3-6 2-2 1 0 1 9 Stoner 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Langham 22 1-4 2-2 3 2 2 4 Hooten 3 0-1 0-0 3 0 0 0 Team 4 Totals 200 20-62 11-14 36 14 17 55 Butler (69) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Bowen 31 3-8 3-4 3 2 0 12 Burns 34 0-6 3-4 2 10 2 3 Thornton 24 4-11 1-2 13 1 1 9 Brierly 33 5-6 1-2 3 2 1 14 Hamilton 27 3-4 2-2 8 1 2 8 Freeman 7 0-0 0-2 1 0 2 0 Pittman 15 1-4 0-0 1 0 1 3 Lester 29 7-11 3-4 7 2 2 20 Team 3 Totals 200 23-50 13-20 41 18 11 69 Halftime - BU 38, DET 25; Turnovers – DET 13, BU 21; 3-pt FG - DET 4-23 ( Jones 1-3, Spaude 0-5, Mulroy 2-9, Allen 0-3, Fambro 1-3, ); BU 10-18 (Bowen 3-6, Burns 0-1, Brierly 3-4, Pittman 1-4, Lester 3-3)

DETROIT 67, VALPARAISO 49 Feb. 20, 2010; Calihan Hall; Detroit, MI

Detroit (67) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 23* 3-9 3-6 13 0 2 9 Jones 35* 6-11 3-4 5 8 2 16 Spaude 26* 5-7 0-0 4 0 2 14 Mulroy 32* 3-4 2-2 4 0 2 10 Allen 36* 4-10 0-0 4 5 1 10 Fambro 19 3-9 0-0 2 3 0 6 Stoner 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Langham 12 0-5 0-0 3 0 2 0 Thornton 5 1-3 0-0 0 0 1 2 Hooten 11 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 0 Team 2 Totals 200 25-58 8-12 39 17 13 67 Valparaiso (49) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Kenney 17* 6-11 0-2 2 1 1 12 Peller 19* 3-5 0-0 0 2 0 7 Farris 32* 4-12 2-2 6 1 2 10 Ray 15* 0-3 0-0 0 0 1 0 Richards 34* 1-2 0-0 1 4 3 3 Gick 29 3-7 0-0 2 3 2 8 Moore 12 1-3 0-0 3 0 1 2 Lange 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Watts 16 3-7 1-4 5 1 1 7 Varner 16 0-1 0-1 7 1 0 0 Zabielewicz 5 0-2 0-0 2 1 1 0 Team 4 Totals 200 21-53 3-9 32 14 13 49 Halftime - VAL 26, DET 41; Turnovers – DET 13, VAL 18; 3-pt FG – DET 9-17 ( Jones 1-2, Spaude 4-5, Mulroy 2-2, Allen 2-4, Fambro 0-3, Langham 0-1); VAL 4-18 (Peller 1-2, Farris 0-4, Ray 0-3, Richards 1-2, Gick 2-5, Moore 1-0, Varner 0-1); Att: 437.

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DETROIT 58, WRIGHT STATE 54 March 6, 2010; Ervin J. Nutter Center; Dayton, OH

Wright State (54) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Davis 31* 3-6 2-2 6 0 2 8 Richardson 31* 5-9 1-1 7 0 2 11 Lowe 25* 1-3 0-0 0 2 2 2 Thomas 26* 3-6 0-0 5 3 4 6 Ward 38* 4-14 3-3 3 3 1 13 Fox 13 4-7 0-0 6 3 3 8 Scott 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Bennett 31 2-10 0-0 3 2 1 6 Team 4 Totals 200 22-55 6-6 34 13 15 54 Detroit (58) Player min fg-fga ft-fta reb. ast. pf tp Shayok 37* 5-6 2-2 5 2 2 12 Jones 37* 1-3 2-5 6 9 2 4 Spaude 9* 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 Mulroy 32* 7-10 1-2 4 0 4 21 Allen 39* 3-7 0-0 4 5 2 6 Fambro 12 2-7 0-1 0 0 0 5 Langham 22 2-7 2-2 1 0 0 6 Thornton 3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Hooten 9 2-3 0-0 0 0 1 4 Team 3 Totals 200 22-45 7-12 24 16 11 58 Halftime - DET 27, WSU 26; Turnovers – DET 14, WSU 19; 3-pt FG – WSU 4-18 (Richardson 0-1, Ward 2-7, Bennett 2-10); DET 7-15 (Spaude 0-2, Mulroy 6-7, Allen 0-2, Fambro 1-3, Langham 0-1); Att: 325.

2009-10 HORIZON LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE OVERALL W L Pct. W L Pct. Green Bay& 15 3 .833 28 5 .848 Butler% 14 4 .778 23 10 .697 Detroit 14 4 .778 17 14 .548 Cleveland State 11 7 ..611 19 14 .576 Loyola 9 9 .500 15 15 .500 UIC 9 9 .500 12 18 .400 Milwaukee 6 12 .333 12 19 .387 Wright State 6 12 .333 11 19 .367 Valparaiso 6 12 .333 9 21 .300 Youngstown State 0 18 .000 0 30 .000 & - NCAA Tournament % - WNIT Tournament

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

A 12-4 10-5 7-7 6-10 6-10 7-8 6-10 3-13 2-12 0-14

N 1-0 1-3 0-1 2-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-3

2009-10 HL AWARD WINNERS First Team Melanie Thornton Kailey Klein Kayla Tetschlag Brigid Mulroy Celeste Hoewisch

Butler Cleveland State Green Bay Detroit Green Bay

Second Team Shawnita Garland Jessie Miller Julie Wojta Jasmine Bailey Yar Shayok

Cleveland State UIC Green Bay UIC Detroit

All-Newcomer Team Yar Shayok Brandi Brown Alyssa Pittman Sarah Eichler Taylor Foulks Sami Tucker All-Defensive Team Melanie Thornton Shawnita Garland Jasmine Bailey Celeste Hoewisch Kanisha Ward Player of the Year Melanie Thornton Newcomer of the Year Yar Shayok

Detroit Youngstown State Butler Green Bay UIC Milwaukee Butler Cleveland State UIC Green Bay Wright State Butler Detroit

Defensive Player of the Year Melanie Thornton

Butler

Sixth Player of the Year Susan Lester

Butler

Coach of the Year Autumn Rademacher

Detroit


TITAN HISTORY

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1977-78 (18-3) Head Coach: Sue Kreszewski 12/1 Olivet ....................W, 82-29 12/3 Adrian ...................W, 55-47 12/13 at Olivet ................W, 79-32 12/15 Shaw......................W, 72-63 12/19 at Wayne State ......W, 71-67 12/21 St. Clair CC ..........W, 79-67 12/29 Bowling Green ......W, 72-51 1/7 at Saginaw Valley ..W, 79-70 1/9 Owens Tech ........W, 100-44 1/14 Toledo ...................W, 75-41 1/19 Ferris State ............W, 79-58 1/21 Wayne State ..........W, 76-66 2/4 UM Dearborn .......W, 77-47 2/9 at Ferris State ........W, 64-52 2/13 at Owens Tech ......W, 74-34 2/15 at St. Clair CC .......L, 56-57 2/17 at Shaw...................L, 81-87 2/22 Madonna ...............W, 83-17 2/27 Michigan .........W, 91-86(ot) 3/2 Spring Arbor+ .......W, 54-51 3/3 Calvin+ ...................L, 68-78 +-State Small-College Tournament

1978-79 (27-4) Head Coach: Sue Kreszewski 11/20 Delta State .............L, 55-82 11/21 Kansas ....................L, 65-74 12/2 at Michigan ...........W, 78-69 12/6 Ferris State ............W, 89-30 12/9 Saginaw Valley ......W, 84-45 12/11 at Adrian ...............W, 82-63 12/18 Dayton ..................W, 88-74 12/23 Shaw......................W, 90-61 1/2 at Saginaw Valley ..W, 71-65 1/12 at Grand Valley .....W, 75-57 1/13 vs. Purdue @ CMUW, 90-53 1/15 Western Michigan.W, 76-57 1/24 St. Clair CC ..........W, 79-59 1/27 at Wayne State ......W, 76-63 1/29 Oakland.................W, 87-61 1/31 at Eastern Mich.....W, 72-63 2/3 Grand Valley .........W, 65-56 2/6 at Michigan State ..W, 61-60 2/10 at Kentucky ............L, 61-80 2/12 at Bowling Green ..W, 65-40 2/14 Michigan ...............W, 91-55 2/17 Eastern Michigan..W, 79-51 2/19 at Central Mich.....W, 95-74 2/23 Wayne State ..........W, 63-59 2/25 Wisconsin .............W, 77-57 3/1 Central Mich.+......W, 58-54 3/2 Western Mich.+ ....W, 79-66 3/3 Michigan State+ ....W, 66-59 3/8 Ohio State++ .........W, 75-69 3/9 Indiana++ ..............W, 51-48 3/10 Northwestern++ .....L, 56-71 +-State Large-College Tournament ++-Region 5 Tournament

1979-80 (25-8) Head Coach: Sue Kreszewski 11/23 Louisiana State......W, 84-76 11/24 Old Dominion .......L, 58-90 11/30 vs. Indiana State$ ..W, 80-64 12/1 at Purdue ...............W, 78-48 12/8 at Wisconsin .........W, 71-63 12/13 at Michigan ...........W, 79-66 12/20 Michigan State ......W, 84-66 12/22 Grand Valley .........W, 87-36

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1/3 at Wayne State ......W, 80-59 1/5 at Eastern Mich.....W, 78-64 1/9 at Kansas ................L, 62-72 1/12 Illinois ...................W, 90-74 1/14 at Northwestern .....L, 71-84 1/16 at DePaul...............W, 78-72 1/22 at Western Mich....W, 71-57 1/24 at Oakland.............W, 86-68 1/26 Wayne State ..........W, 75-58 1/28 Bowling Green ......W, 85-50 2/2 at Queens ...............L, 56-58 2/3 at Seton Hall ..........L, 47-54 2/9 Central Michigan ..W, 80-37 2/13 at Dayton ...............L, 65-86 2/16 Indiana ..................W, 68-56 2/17 Drake ..............W, 67-62(ot) 2/24 Edinboro State ......W, 74-57 2/25 Marquette..............W, 65-47 2/28 Michigan+ .............W, 86-76 2/29 Wayne State+ ........W, 59-46 3/1 Oakland+...............W, 89-72 3/6 DePaul++...............W, 73-71 3/7 Marshall++ ..........W, 109-54 3/8 Northwestern++ .....L, 67-78 3/12 NC State+++ ..........L, 61-70 $-at West Lafayette, IN; +-State Large-College Tourn.; ++-Region 5 Tourn.; +++-AIAW National Tourn.

1980-81 (23-7) Head Coach: Mary Roickle 11/29 UIC .......................W, 76-62 12/3 Oakland.................W, 76-42 12/9 at Wayne State .......L, 52-58 12/18 Eastern Mich.........W, 90-57 12/21 Providence .............W, 69-46 12/22 NC State ................L, 63-74 1/3 at Cleveland State .W, 78-64 1/6 at Ohio State .........W, 54-46 1/10 at Pittsburgh...........L, 65-76 1/11 at Penn State ..........L, 61-72 1/17 Michigan ...............W, 85-73 1/20 Western Mich........W, 71-63 1/23 DePaul ..................W, 71-62 1/27 at Central Mich.....W, 72-62 1/31 Dayton ..................W, 77-60 2/3 at Michigan St........L, 49-58 2/10 at Miami (OH) ......L, 61-63 2/11 at Bowling Green ..W, 69-39 2/14 Kansas ...................W, 52-46 2/20 at Indiana ..............W, 67-65 2/21 at Indiana State .....W, 79-65 2/24 Toledo ...................W, 80-36 2/28 Northwestern ........W, 69-61 3/1 Purdue ...................W, 72-40 3/5 Michigan+ .............W, 92-79 3/6 Wayne State+ ........W, 56-44 3/7 Oakland+...............W, 72-63 3/12 DePaul++...............W, 53-47 3/13 Northwestern++ .....L, 63-72 3/14 Ohio State++ ........ W, 54-49 +-State Large-College Tournament ++-Region 5 Tourn.

1981-82 (20-7) Head Coach: Mary Roickle 11/24 Bowling Green ......W, 63-46 12/2 at Eastern Mich.....W, 52-47 12/4 Seton Hall .............W, 52-43 12/5 NC State ...............W, 60-59 12/8 Miami (OH) ...W, 63-60(ot)

12/19 at Kansas ................L, 51-56 12/20 at Kansas State .......L, 35-70 12/23 Cleveland State .....W, 82-55 12/27 San Diego State! ...W, 56-47 12/28 vs. Virginia Tech! ...W, 65-47 12/29 vs. UNH! ...............W, 67-65 1/16 vs. Ohio State .........L, 49-52 1/19 at Western Mich.....L, 70-82 1/27 at Oakland..............L, 56-72 1/30 at Dayton ..............W, 82-73 2/3 Michigan State ......W, 73-60 2/6 at Michigan ............L, 66-83 2/7 Pittsburgh..............W, 70-59 2/12 at UIC ...................W, 58-51 2/13 at DePaul................L, 63-79 2/16 Central Mich.........W, 92-66 2/18 at Purdue ...............W, 60-48 2/20 Indiana ..................W, 56-43 2/25 at Northwestern ....W, 79-63 2/26 at Illinois State ......W, 62-52 3/1 Kent State .............W, 78-47 3/3 Wayne State ..........W, 71-61 !-at Flushing, NY

1982-83 (7-20) Head Coaches: Mary Roickle & Tom Mooney 11/27 at Ohio State ..........L, 50-76 11/29 at Bowling Green ...L, 61-65 12/3 South Carolina .......L, 47-75 12/4 St. John’s .................L, 42-75 12/8 Eastern Mich.........W, 66-65 12/18 Western Mich........W, 74-66 12/20 Cincinnati ..............L, 52-87 12/22 at Michigan St........L, 45-63 12/29 Akron ....................W, 79-66 1/3 Michigan ................L, 63-68 1/8 at Loyola ................L, 54-67 1/10 Youngstown St........L, 59-60 1/14 vs. Temple!..............L, 49-60 1/15 vs. East Tenn. St.! ..W, 58-55 1/21 at Notre Dame .......L, 61-78 1/24 DePaul ..................W, 63-53 1/29 UIC .......................W, 70-61 2/1 Oakland..................L, 72-80 2/5 at Pittsburgh...........L, 58-66 2/7 at West Virginia .....L, 57-83 2/12 at East Carolina$....L, 51-95 2/13 vs. Clemson$ ..........L, 58-83 2/16 Dayton ...................L, 66-83 2/21 at Kent State ..........L, 53-65 2/22 at Cleveland State ..L, 56-87 2/26 Illinois State ...........L, 47-66 3/1 Wayne State ..........W, 79-69 !-at State College, PA $-at Greenville, NC

1983-84 (14-12; 6-4 NSC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 11/25 Bowling Green .......L, 61-66 11/26 St. John’s .................L, 59-68 12/2 vs. Delta State!......L, 72-101 12/3 vs. Victoria Coll.!...W, 54-49 12/7 at Eastern Mich.....W, 60-56 12/10 Kent State .............W, 63-48 12/17 at Michigan ...........W, 72-65 12/21 Michigan St...........W, 81-66 12/28 Kentucky .... L, 102-107(2ot) 12/30 at Central Mich......L, 78-94 1/5 at Seton Hall ..........L, 67-74 1/7 at St. John’s .............L, 59-87

1/14 Evansville* .............W, 88-77 1/21 at Loyola* ...............L, 69-73 1/23 at Evansville* .........W, 70-62 1/28 Xavier* ...................W, 73-62 2/1 at Oakland.............W, 78-65 2/4 at DePaul* ..............L, 71-72 2/8 at Dayton ...............L, 77-91 2/11 DePaul* .................W, 80-71 2/14 at Notre Dame* ......L, 67-72 2/18 Notre Dame* .........W, 85-80 2/22 at Xavier* ................L, 91-96 2/25 Cleveland State .....W, 84-66 2/28 at Wayne State ......W, 67-65 3/1 Loyola* ..................W, 71-56 *-NSC game; !-Normal, IL

1984-85 (17-11; 9-5 NSC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 11/27 at Bowling Green ..W, 66-62 11/30 Boston College ......W, 66-48 12/1 Long Beach St........L, 67-70 12/8 at Toledo ...............W, 76-67 12/16 Michigan ...............W, 63-49 12/19 Eastern Mich.........W, 79-60 12/22 at Michigan St........L, 84-85 12/28 Washington ............L, 64-84 12/29 Pittsburgh..............W, 86-66 1/7 at W. Texas St. .......W, 77-72 1/9 at UNLV ................L, 53-75 1/13 at Vanderbilt ...........L, 82-96 1/15 at Kentucky ............L, 59-76 1/19 Notre Dame* ..........L, 62-76 1/25 at DePaul* .............W, 76-75 1/27 at Loyola* ...............L, 53-54 2/2 Butler* ...................W, 89-55 2/3 Evansville* .............W, 73-63 2/6 at Xavier* ...............W, 81-72 2/9 Dayton* ..................L, 54-56 2/12 at Cleveland St. .....W, 69-61 2/17 at Notre Dame* ......L, 53-66 2/20 DePaul* .................W, 80-77 2/23 Loyola* ..................W, 66-62 3/1 at Evansville* .........W, 62-55 3/3 at Butler* ...............W, 77-62 3/6 Xavier* ...................W, 91-61 3/9 at Dayton* ..............L, 57-65 *-NSC game

1985-86 (16-12; 8-6 NSC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 11/23 at Kent State .........W, 83-78 11/26 Bowling Green ......W, 73-72 12/2 Toledo ...................W, 70-48 12/6 vs. Ohio! .................L, 59-74 12/7 at Indiana State .....W, 72-67 12/18 Michigan State ......W, 73-72 12/21 at Michigan ...........L, 67-82 12/27 vs. Providence$ .......L, 68-81 12/28 vs. Miami (OH)$L, 77-80(ot) 1/4 Saginaw Vall. St.....W, 94-76 1/13 at Xavier* .............W, 102-67 1/17 at Notre Dame* ......L, 58-72 1/19 Marquette..............W, 78-47 1/24 DePaul* .................W, 78-72 1/27 Loyola* ...................L, 52-64 1/31 at Evansville* .........W, 83-69 2/2 at Butler* ...............W, 65-58 2/8 at Dayton* ..............L, 52-56 2/10 Xavier* ...................W, 90-49 2/12 at Cincinnati ..........L, 72-76 2/15 Notre Dame* ..........L, 56-67


YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2/17 Cleveland State .....W, 77-49 2/21 at DePaul* ..............L, 71-95 2/23 at Loyola* ...............L, 82-92 2/26 at Kentucky ............L, 71-99 3/1 Butler* ...................W, 90-68 3/2 Evansville* .............W, 86-72 3/5 Dayton* ...........W, 78-75(ot) *-NSC game; !-at Terre Haute, IN; $-at Houston, TX.

1986-87 (21-6; 10-2 MCC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 12/2 Wayne State ....... W ,115-45 12/6 at Marquette..........W, 74-48 12/14 at Michigan St........L, 69-77 12/17 Central Mich.........W, 88-72 12/20 Kent State .............W, 79-64 12/22 at Toledo ................L, 73-77 12/27 Cincinnati .............W, 85-66 12/31 at Western Mich.....L, 79-90 1/3 at Dayton ...............L, 73-76 1/6 at Cleveland St. .....W, 92-77 1/10 Butler* ...................W, 92-68 1/12 Xavier* ...................W, 98-70 1/14 Colorado St. ..........W, 60-55 1/18 at Loyola* ..............W, 75-72 1/24 at Evansville* ..........L, 66-74 1/26 at St. Louis* ...........W, 90-47 1/31 at Northern IL ......W, 88-66 2/2 Oral Roberts* ........W, 93-78 2/4 Youngstown St.......W, 91-79 2/7 at Butler* ...............W, 91-73 2/9 at Xavier* ...............W, 92-71 2/11 Notre Dame ..........W, 94-86 2/16 at Oral Roberts* .....L, 88-96 2/21 Evansville* .............W, 83-64 2/23 St. Louis*...............W, 90-41 2/28 Loyola* ..................W, 81-68 3/2 at Ball State ...........W, 90-65 *-MCC game

1987-88 (4-24; 2-8 MCC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 11/30 Lake Superior St. ...L, 53-84 12/2 Toledo (OT)...........L, 71-78 12/5 Ohio ......................L, 49-60 12/8 at Bowling Green ...L, 63-94 12/11 at Purdue ..............L, 60-100 12/13 at Wisconsin ..........L, 58-89 12/19 Ball State ................L, 66-71 12/21 at Kent State ..........L, 61-65 12/30 Western Mich.........L, 63-77 1/4 at Youngstown St....L, 61-88 1/9 at Memphis ..........L, 75-109 1/11 at Georgia ..............L, 47-87 1/13 at Auburn .............L, 44-106 1/16 at Xavier* ................L, 56-64 1/18 at Butler* ................L, 77-88 1/23 Loyola* ...................L, 63-90 1/27 Dayton ...................L, 60-71 1/30 St. Louis*...............W, 59-55 2/1 Evansville* ..............L, 65-96 2/6 UM Dearborn .......W, 72-69 2/11 at Notre Dame .......L, 51-71 2/13 Xavier* ....................L, 71-72 2/15 Butler* ...................W, 61-57 2/17 Northern Illinois ..L, 70-102 2/22 Cleveland State .....W, 70-51 2/27 at St. Louis* ............L, 55-64 2/29 at Evansville* ..........L, 61-96 3/1 at Loyola* ...............L, 73-94 *-MCC game

1988-89 (12-16; 7-7 MCC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 12/3 at Western Mich.....L, 57-71 12/6 Eastern Mich.........W, 75-68 12/9 Purdue ....................L, 46-91 12/11 Wisconsin ..............L, 73-76 12/14 Auburn ...................L, 42-87 12/19 Georgia ..................L, 54-98 12/22 at Toledo ................L, 70-86 1/3 at Cent. Florida .....W, 76-75 1/5 at Florida ................L, 71-82 1/8 Miami (FL) ............L, 61-74 1/12 Dayton* .................W, 69-60 1/14 Xavier* ...................W, 86-73 1/19 at Notre Dame* ......L, 67-76 1/21 at Loyola* ...............L, 61-75 1/26 at Evansville* ..........L, 55-57 1/28 at St. Louis* ...........W, 69-55 2/2 Notre Dame* ..........L, 57-71 2/4 Butler* ...................W, 73-64 2/9 at Dayton* ..............L, 59-69 2/11 at Xavier* ...............W, 67-62 2/15 Youngstown St.......W, 83-64 2/18 at Butler* ...............W, 64-54 2/20 at Valparaiso ..........W, 80-72 2/23 Evansville* ..............L, 64-78 2/25 St. Louis*...............W, 67-42 3/1 at Ohio .................W, 69-63 3/4 Loyola* ...................L, 68-88 3/9 vs. Loyola$..............L, 75-78 *-MCC game; $-MCC Tournament (Dayton, OH)

1989-90 (7-20; 6-10 MCC) Head Coach: DeWayne Jones 12/1 vs. Arkansas! ........L, 68-112 12/2 vs. Sam Houston St.! .. L, 89-94 12/4 at Eastern Mich......L, 63-88 12/9 Western Mich.........L, 72-82 12/14 Toledo ....................L, 49-75 12/18 at Cincinnati ..........L, 47-63 12/22 Chicago St.............W, 78-55 1/4 at Louisville ............L, 74-88 1/8 at Youngstown St....L, 55-72 1/11 Evansville* .............W, 86-66 1/13 St. Louis*...............W, 68-55 1/17 at Akron .................L, 62-74 1/20 at Butler* ................L, 66-88 1/25 Valparaiso ...............L, 69-71 1/27 at Dayton* ..............L, 56-78 1/29 at Xavier* ................L, 60-71 2/1 Marquette* ............W, 90-80 2/3 Loyola* ..................W, 75-65 2/8 at Evansville* .........W, 88-86 2/10 at St. Louis* ............L, 77-83 2/15 at Notre Dame* ......L, 58-99 2/17 Butler* ...................W, 67-57 2/22 Xavier* .............. L, 95-97(ot) 2/24 Dayton* ..................L, 68-86 3/1 at Marquette* .........L, 79-99 3/3 at Loyola* .............L, 77-105 3/6 Notre Dame* ..........L, 72-86 *-MCC game; !-at Tempe, AZ

1990-91 (13-15; 9-7 MCC) Head Coach: Fred Procter 11/24 Akron ....................W, 85-68 11/27 Louisville ................L, 72-84 12/3 at Toledo ................L, 63-99 12/5 Eastern Mich..........L, 66-86 12/15 N.E. Illinois...........W, 73-60

12/17 Cincinnati .............W, 70-61 12/20 at UNLV ................L, 53-79 12/21 vs. SMU (at UNLV)L, 62-71 12/30 Milwaukee.............W, 85-80 1/3 at Notre Dame* ......L, 53-87 1/5 at Chicago State .....L, 66-72 1/7 LaSalle ...................L, 58-65 1/10 at St. Louis* ...........W, 96-64 1/12 at Evansville* .........W, 77-75 1/19 Butler* ...................W, 78-66 1/24 Xavier* ...................W, 79-72 1/26 Dayton* .................W, 84-78 1/31 at Marquette* ........W, 91-77 2/2 at Loyola* ...............L, 74-79 2/7 Evansville* ..............L, 60-67 2/9 St. Louis*...............W, 89-59 2/14 Notre Dame* ..........L, 62-87 2/16 at Butler* ................L, 69-78 2/21 at Xavier* ................L, 68-77 2/23 at Dayton* ..............L, 64-81 2/28 Marquette* ............W, 80-68 3/2 Loyola* ..................W, 68-60 3/8 at Dayton$ .............L, 63-70 *-MCC game; $-MCC Tournament (Dayton, OH)

1991-92 (17-12; 6-6 MCC) Head Coach: Fred Procter 11/22 vs. Rider#...............W, 84-60 11/23 at Buffalo ...............W, 62-49 11/30 Chicago State ........W, 64-55 12/2 at Milwaukee ..........L, 61-68 12/5 Toledo ....................L, 53-62 12/8 Temple ..................W, 73-51 12/17 at Akron ................W, 63-61 12/19 at Youngstown St....L, 72-84 12/28 at New Orleans ......L, 54-65 12/30 at Tulane................W, 68-61 1/2 at Dayton* ..............L, 80-82 1/4 at Xavier* ................L, 59-60 1/8 Central Mich.........W, 68-63 1/11 Evansville* ..............L, 74-75 1/16 at Loyola* ..............W, 74-59 1/18 at N.E. Illinois.......W, 74-73 1/22 at Eastern Mich......L, 72-78 1/25 Western Mich........W, 69-48 1/29 Notre Dame* ..........L, 70-86 2/1 at Butler* ................L, 66-81 2/6 at Evansville* .........W, 70-51 2/13 Loyola* ..................W, 77-69 2/15 Youngstown St.......W, 95-70 2/20 at Notre Dame* ......L, 58-66 2/29 Butler* ...................W, 65-60 3/5 Dayton* .................W, 89-67 3/7 Xavier* ...................W, 63-62 3/9 vs. Evansville$ .......W, 91-71 3/13 vs. N. Dame$ ..........L, 44-85 *-MCC game; #-at Buffalo, NY; $-MCC Tourn. (Cincinnati, OH)

1992-93 (11-16; 5-11 MCC) Head Coach: Fred Procter 12/2 Milwaukee.............W, 70-45 12/4 at Western Mich.....L, 71-73 12/8 at Central Mich......L, 67-69 12/12 at Toledo ................L, 70-78 12/16 Syracuse.................W, 63-45 12/20 at Temple...............W, 77-64 12/29 vs. Illinois# .............L, 76-85 12/30 vs. Florida A&M# .W, 76-68 1/4 at Michigan ...........W, 77-73

1/7 Canisius.................W, 77-55 1/9 at Loyola* ..............W, 63-60 1/14 at Notre Dame* ......L, 55-80 1/17 Evansville* ..............L, 69-79 1/21 at Duquesne* ..........L, 64-80 1/23 at La Salle* .............L, 76-77 1/28 Xavier* ...................W, 75-70 1/30 Dayton* ..................L, 43-57 2/4 at Butler* ................L, 65-82 2/6 at Evansville* ..........L, 42-62 2/13 Loyola* ..................W, 75-52 2/17 Butler* ...................W, 74-73 2/20 Notre Dame* ..........L, 55-68 2/25 La Salle* .................L, 69-88 2/27 Duquesne* .............W, 82-79 3/4 at Dayton* ..............L, 64-67 3/6 at Xavier* ................L, 75-83 3/8 vs. Xavier$ ..............L, 72-74 *-MCC game; #-at Gainesville, FL; $-MCC Tourn. (Notre Dame, IN)

1993-94 (15-13; 8-4 MCC) Head Coach: Fred Procter 11/27 at Kansas St. ...........L, 56-69 12/1 Kentucky ................L, 76-82 12/4 at Canisius .............W, 69-61 12/9 Toledo ....................L, 67-77 12/11 Western Mich.........L, 77-81 12/17 Central Mich.........W, 62-47 12/20 vs. Duke# ...............L, 82-94 12/21 vs. Fullerton# .........W, 90-75 12/30 at Syracuse.............W, 74-71 1/2 at Michigan St........L, 59-70 1/9 Michigan ...............W, 79-69 1/13 at Butler* ...............W, 76-56 1/15 at Evansville* .........W, 94-63 1/20 La Salle* .................L, 58-66 1/26 Loyola* ..................W, 87-71 1/29 at Notre Dame* ......L, 67-80 2/5 at Xavier* ...............W, 74-68 2/10 Dayton ..................W, 79-59 2/12 at La Salle* ............W, 65-57 2/17 Evansville* .............W, 97-67 2/19 Butler* ...................W, 73-56 2/22 Kansas St. ...............L, 50-64 2/24 Notre Dame* ..........L, 76-87 2/26 at Loyola* ..............W, 66-52 2/28 at Milwaukee ..........L, 52-53 3/3 Xavier* ....................L, 60-73 3/5 vs. Loyola$.............W, 70-56 3/7 vs. Xavier$ ..............L, 74-77 *-MCC game; #-at Berkley, CA; $-MCC Tourn. (Indianapolis, IN)

1994-95 (18-14; 8-8 MCC) Head Coach: Fred Procter 11/25 vs. Houston# ..........L, 80-81 11/26 vs. Brown# .............W, 63-39 12/1 at Kentucky ............L, 48-71 12/6 N.E. Illinois...........W, 77-56 12/8 at Central Mich.....W, 67-43 12/10 UMass ...................W, 66-65 12/19 vs. Oklahoma St.% .L, 58-64 12/20 vs. Michigan St.%.W, 75-70 12/21 vs. S. Illinois%.........L, 70-71 12/28 at Western Mich....W, 80-61 12/30 at Wright State* ....W, 74-73 1/2 at Toledo ................L, 87-94 1/7 at Xavier* ...............W, 58-53 1/12 Temple ..................W, 75-43 1/14 Notre Dame* ..........L, 65-67

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YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 1/19 La Salle* ................W, 88-72 1/21 Cleveland State* ....W, 80-61 1/26 at Milwaukee* .......W, 67-46 1/28 Green-Bay* ...........W, 60-58 2/2 at Loyola* ..............W, 76-61 2/4 at Northern IL* ......L, 65-79 2/7 Butler* ....................L, 67-71 2/9 UIC*.......................L, 59-63 2/13 Xavier* ....................L, 72-76 2/16 at La Salle* .............L, 61-74 2/18 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 83-80 2/22 at Dayton ..............W, 90-73 2/25 at Notre Dame* ......L, 62-83 3/1 Wright State* .........L, 54-67 3/9 vs. Loyola$.............W, 80-43 3/10 at Butler$ ..............W, 64-56 3/11 vs. La Salle$............L, 55-60 *-MCC game; #-at E. Lansing, MI; %-at San Juan, PR; $-MCC Tourn. (DeKalb, IL)

1995-96 (19-8; 13-3 MCC) Head Coach: Fred Procter 11/26 at UMass ................L, 61-69 11/29 Michigan St............L, 69-82 12/2 Toledo ....................L, 70-86 12/7 at Dayton ..............W, 85-64 12/9 Western Mich........W, 76-62 12/14 McNesse St. ..........W, 96-54 12/17 at Ohio St...............L, 75-94 12/20 Dayton ..................W, 79-66 12/28 at Miami................W, 78-77 12/30 vs. Richmond%......W, 77-75 1/4 at Butler* ................L, 78-88 1/6 Wright State* ........W, 70-66 1/8 Cleveland State* ....W, 85-62 1/13 Loyola* ..................W, 82-59 1/18 at UIC* ...................L, 71-81 1/21 at Northern IL* .....W, 92-78 1/25 Milwaukee* ...........W, 91-62 1/27 Green Bay* ............W, 75-59 2/3 at Cleveland State* W, 87-79 2/10 at Loyola* ..............W, 83-70 2/15 UIC*......................W, 84-54 2/17 Northern Illinois* ..W, 91-65 2/21 at Milwaukee* .......W, 90-64 2/23 at Green Bay* .........L, 53-71 2/29 Butler* ...................W, 92-67 3/3 at Wright State* ....W, 76-69 3/7 vs. Northern IL$ ....L, 76-78 %-at Miami, FL; $-MCC Tourn. (Green Bay, WI)

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1996-97 (23-7; 14-2 MCC) Head Coach: Nikita Lowry 11/22 Texas ......................L, 54-66 11/26 at Toledo ................L, 62-93 12/3 Dayton ..................W, 85-70 12/6 vs. Akron# ...........W, 111-72 12/7 vs. Stetson#............W, 64-40 12/18 at Western Mich....W, 67-61 12/21 Bowling Green .......L, 64-66 12/22 Tennessee State .....W, 85-46 12/28 at Central Mich......L, 72-73 12/30 Eastern Kentucky ..W, 71-54 1/4 at Butler* ...............W, 60-58 1/9 at Wright State* ....W, 56-46 1/11 at Loyola* ..............W, 90-60 1/15 UIC*......................W, 89-54 1/18 Northern Illinois* ..W, 67-53 1/20 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 62-51 1/23 at Milwaukee* ........L, 69-72 1/25 at Green Bay* .........L, 58-69 1/30 Cleveland State* ....W, 99-82 2/8 Loyola* ..................W, 89-69 2/13 at UIC* ..................W, 63-50 2/15 at Northern IL* .....W, 93-70 2/20 Milwaukee* ...........W, 94-65 2/22 Green Bay* ............W, 57-44 2/27 Butler* ...................W, 95-86 3/1 Wright State* ........W, 99-60 3/7 vs. Wright State$ ...W, 86-47 3/8 vs. Milwaukee$ ......W, 98-63 3/9 at Green Bay$ .......W, 63-55 3/15 at Kansas% ............ L, 67-81 *-MCC game; #-at Lynchburg, VA; $-MCC Tourn. (Green Bay, WI); %-NCAA First Round (Lawrence, KS)

1997-98 (12-16; 6-8 MCC) Head Coach: Nikita Lowry 11/14 at Dayton ...............L, 65-71 11/17 at Eastern KY ........W, 79-76 11/22 at Bowling Green ...L, 51-75 11/27 vs. Southern IL#....W, 73-62 11/28 vs. Duke# ...............L, 65-87 11/30 vs. Providence# .......L, 76-86 12/4 Toledo ....................L, 69-74 12/17 Dartmouth .............L, 82-88 12/20 at Texas...................L, 52-77 12/22 at Southwest TX ..W, 56-53 12/30 Western Mich........W, 77-65 1/5 at Wright State* ....W, 58-49 1/10 Cleveland State* ....W, 85-66 1/15 Green Bay* .............L, 55-72 1/17 Milwaukee* ............L, 64-69 1/22 at UIC* ...................L, 66-86 1/24 at Loyola* ...............L, 60-75 1/29 Wright State* ........W, 93-56

1/31 Butler* ....................L, 61-76 2/7 at Cleveland St.* .....L, 60-68 2/12 at Milwaukee* .......W, 78-66 2/14 at Green Bay* .........L, 61-71 2/19 Loyola* ..................W, 85-68 2/21 UIC*......................W, 78-65 2/26 at Butler* ..............L, 65-101 3/2 Oakland.................W, 90-68 3/5 vs. Milwaukee$ ......W, 80-72 3/6 at Butler$ ...............L, 70-81 *-MCC game; #-at San Juan, PR; $-MCC Tourn. (Indianapolis, IN)

1998-99 (13-15; 10-4 MCC) Head Coach: Nikita Lowry 11/18 at Michigan ............L, 73-96 11/20 Eastern Mich..........L, 72-73 11/22 at Bowling Green ...L, 73-82 11/25 at Western Mich.....L, 81-97 12/1 at Michigan St........L, 70-78 12/4 vs. San Diego St.# ..L, 59-78 12/5 vs. Army# ..............W, 73-60 12/12 at Toledo ..............L, 79-102 12/20 vs. Oklahoma St.% .L, 61-79 12/21 vs. ETSU% ....... L, 83-88(ot) 12/29 at Oakland..............L, 62-72 1/9 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 86-63 1/14 at Green Bay* .........L, 53-79 1/16 at Milwaukee* ........L, 48-53 1/21 UIC*......................W, 60-52 1/23 Loyola* ..................W, 68-47 1/28 at Wright State* ....W, 74-52 1/30 at Butler* ............L, 101-116 2/6 Cleveland State* ....W, 77-74 2/11 Milwaukee* ...........W, 65-60 2/13 Green Bay* .............L, 67-72 2/18 at Loyola* ..............W, 69-56 2/20 at UIC* ..................W, 87-76 2/25 Butler* ...................W, 68-66 2/27 Wright State* ........W, 63-51 3/4 vs. UIC$ ................W, 64-44 3/5 vs. Butler$..............W, 93-76 3/6 vs. Green Bay$ .......L, 54-74 *-MCC game; #-at Manhatten, KS; %-at Long Beach, CA; $-MCC Tourn. (Cleveland, OH)

1999-00 (18-9; 9-5 MCC) Head Coach: Anne Rexford 11/19 at Central Mich.....W, 72-58 11/21 at Valparaiso ..........W, 86-77 11/24 Michigan St............L, 52-74 11/28 at Eastern Mich......L, 71-90 12/1 at Western Mich.....L, 62-80 12/4 vs. South Alabama# W, 74-66 12/5 at Florida A&M# ..W, 77-53 12/8 Toledo .............W, 78-74(ot) 12/11 Bowling Green ......W, 76-67 12/20 Duquesne ..............W, 80-59 12/28 Oakland.................W, 73-57 12/30 at Northern IL ......W, 77-75 1/13 Green Bay* .............L, 56-70 1/15 Milwaukee* ...........W, 71-68 1/20 at UIC* ..................W, 81-73 1/22 at Loyola* ..............W, 88-73 1/27 Wright State* ........W, 48-33 1/29 Butler* ...................W, 76-64 2/5 Cleveland State* ....W, 91-83 2/10 at Milwaukee* ........L, 68-75 2/12 at Green Bay* .........L, 61-87 2/17 Loyola* ..................W, 78-66 2/19 UIC*.......................L, 65-66 2/24 at Butler* ...............W, 88-84 2/26 at Wright State* .....L, 71-84

3/4 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 78-73 3/9 Wright State$.........L, 65-82 *-MCC game; #-at Tallahassee, FL; $-MCC Tourn. (Detroit, MI)

2000-01 (17-12; 9-5 MCC) Head Coach: Anne Rexford 11/18 at Duquesne ...........L, 73-79 11/22 Western Mich........W, 85-81 11/28 Valparaiso ..............W, 76-70 11/30 at Michigan St........L, 63-76 12/2 at Bowling Green .W, 94-75 12/6 Miami University ..W, 99-76 12/7 at Oakland..............L, 66-83 12/9 Central Mich.........W, 83-71 12/18 at Hawaii ................L, 53-97 12/19 vs. Houston# ..........L, 80-90 12/20 vs. E. Washington# W, 67-62 12/28 Northern Illinois ....L, 61-72 12/30 Eastern Mich.........W, 90-76 1/3 at Toledo ...............W, 70-68 1/11 at Green Bay* .........L, 59-76 1/13 at Milwaukee* ........L, 80-86 1/18 UIC*......................W, 62-54 1/20 Loyola* ..................W, 79-61 1/25 at Wright State*W, 89-79(ot) 1/27 at Butler* ...............W, 63-55 2/3 at Cleveland State* .L, 77-91 2/8 Milwaukee* ...........W, 84-79 2/10 Green Bay* .............L, 69-80 2/15 at Loyola* .............L, 94-107 2/17 at UIC* ..................W, 65-54 2/22 Butler* ...................W, 81-70 2/24 Wright State* ........W, 83-59 3/1 Cleveland State* ....W, 70-61 3/8 vs. Loyola$..............L, 58-73 *-MCC game; #-at Honolulu, HI; $-MCC Tourn. (Chicago, IL)

2001-02 (16-14; 9-7 HL) Head Coach: Anne Rexford 11/18 Michigan ................L, 52-67 11/20 Bowling Green ......W, 67-62 11/28 Michigan St............L, 61-62 12/3 Oakland.................W, 70-55 12/5 Toledo ...................W, 54-46 12/9 at Central Mich.....W, 70-51 12/15 at Miami Univ. .......L, 59-68 12/22 Siena.......................L, 56-63 12/28 at UC Irvine ...........L, 59-69 12/30 at San Diego St. .....L, 56-70 1/3 Butler* ...................W, 86-68 1/5 Wright State* ........W, 60-49 1/10 at Youngstown St.* .L, 57-66 1/12 Cleveland St.*........W, 94-67 1/17 at Green Bay* .........L, 71-74 1/19 at Milwaukee* ......L, 71-102 1/24 UIC*......................W, 83-65 1/26 at IPFW ................W, 90-72 1/31 at Butler* ...............W, 84-59 2/2 at Wright State* ....W, 66-65 2/4 UW-Green Bay*.....L, 59-79 2/7 Loyola* ..................W, 57-55 2/9 at Cleveland St.* .....L, 63-75 2/11 Youngstown St.* ....W, 82-69 2/16 Milwaukee* ............L, 71-73 2/21 at UIC* ...................L, 58-63 2/23 at Loyola* ..............W, 72-62 2/28 vs. Cleveland St.$ ..W, 87-73 3/1 vs. UIC$ ................W, 55-38 3/3 vs. Green Bay$ .......L, 63-72 $-Horizon League Tourn. (Chicago, IL)


YEAR BY YEAR RESULTS 2002-03 (10-20; 6-10 HL)

2004-05 (9-20; 5-11 HL)

Head Coach: Anne Rexford 11/22 at Oakland..............L, 58-65 11/24 at Colorado ............L, 43-86 12/1 at Michigan ............L, 63-87 12/6 IPFW ....................W, 77-65 12/8 Ohio .......................L, 60-64 12/14 Central Mich..........L, 54-57 12/19 at Cent. Florida ......L, 48-61 12/20 vs.Bethune-Cookman% W, 76-61 12/27 vs. #1/1 Duke^ .......L, 52-92 12/28 vs. Iowa State^........L, 67-75 1/2 at Milwaukee* .W, 66-57(ot) 1/4 at #21/21 UWGB* ...L, 53-86 1/7 Butler* .............W, 84-79(ot) 1/9 Wright State* .........L, 65-70 1/12 at Michigan St........L, 49-72 1/16 at Loyola* ..............W, 69-62 1/18 UIC*.......................L, 59-77 1/23 Youngstown St.* ....W, 69-58 1/25 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 61-60 2/6 Milwaukee* ............L, 61-76 2/8 #21/23 UWGB* .....L, 52-76 2/15 at Butler* ................L, 49-57 2/17 at Wright State* .....L, 65-67 2/20 Loyola* ...................L, 79-81 2/22 UIC*................ L, 81-84 (ot) 2/27 at Youngstown St.* W, 74-69 3/1 Cleveland St.*.........L, 73-86 3/6 vs. UIC$ ................W, 63-43 3/7 vs. Cleveland St.$ ..W, 75-74 3/9 at #21/22 UWGB$...L, 59-83 *-Horizon League game; %-at Central Florida; ^-at Los Fresnos, TX; $-Horizon League Tournament (Green Bay, WI)

Head Coach: Mickey Barrett 11/21 at Cincinnati ..........L, 31-60 11/27 vs. Bradley@ ...........L, 75-78 11/28 vs. Yale@ ................W, 69-56 12/2 at #18/18 Minnesota ...L, 34-86 12/4 UNLV ....................L, 49-82 12/8 at Louisville ............L, 54-69 12/11 #12/12 MSU ..........L, 64-73 12/18 at Dayton ...............L, 55-87 12/20 Central Mich.........W, 62-47 12/22 at Western Mich.....L, 64-65 12/28 Youngstown St.* ....W, 67-43 1/3 at Loyola* ..............W, 62-56 1/5 at IPFW ................W, 75-67 1/8 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 70-60 1/13 Wright State* .........L, 46-48 1/15 Butler* ....................L, 45-65 1/20 UIC*.......................L, 58-75 1/22 at Green Bay* .........L, 57-69 1/27 Milwaukee* ...... L, 73-74(ot) 1/29 UIC*.......................L, 48-63 2/3 at Butler* ................L, 46-59 2/5 at Milwaukee* ........L, 46-60 2/10 #24/23 Green Bay* ....L, 52-81 2/12 Loyola* ..................W, 49-34 2/17 at Wright St.* .........L, 37-53 2/19 Cleveland St.*........W, 62-53 2/24 at Youngstown St.* .L, 68-71 3/3 at Milwaukee$ .......W, 59-49 3/6 at Wright St.$ ........L, 66-77 *-Horizon League game; @-Buckeye Classic (Columbus, OH); $-Horizon League Tournament

2003-04 (15-14; 10-6 HL) Head Coach: Mickey Barrett 11/23 at Toledo .............. W, 50-49 11/25 at Bowling Green .. L, 53-77 11/29 at Ohio ................. W, 47-44 12/4 at Mississippi State L, 48-63 12/7 Oakland................. L, 45-57 12/16 at Central Mich.... W, 63-45 12/20 Louisville ............... L, 40-64 12/22 Western Mich.. L, 62-65(ot) 12/28 Michigan ............... L, 48-64 1/3 at Youngstown St.*^L, 62-42 1/5 Loyola* ................. W, 55-53 1/10 Cleveland St.*....... W, 68-55 1/12 at #23/23 MSU ..... L, 41-64 1/17 at Butler* .............. W, 66-60 1/19 at Wright State* .... L, 49-50 1/22 UIC*^................. L, 66-49 ^ 1/24 Green Bay* ..... W, 56-50(ot) 1/29 at Milwaukee* ....... L, 47-49 1/31 at UIC* ................. W, 61-47 2/5 Butler* .................. W, 55-49 2/7 Milwaukee* ........... L, 50-53 2/12 at Green Bay* ........ L, 54-64 2/14 at Loyola* ............. W, 70-62 2/19 Wright State* ....... W, 78-65 2/21 at Cleveland St.* ... W, 58-54 2/26 Youngstown St.* ... W, 75-40 3/4 Loyola$ ................ W, 64-58 3/7 at Milwaukee$ .......W, 64-58 3/8 vs. Green Bay$ ...... L, 54-66 *-Horizon League game ^-Victory forfeited on Feb. 18, 2004 $-Horizon League Tournament (Milwaukee, WI)

2005-06 (11-17; 8-8 HL) Head Coach: Mickey Barrett 11/18 Western Carolina ..W, 75-72 11/20 at Kansas State .......L, 55-91 11/22 at Kansas ................L, 68-70 11/26 at Cincinnati ..........L, 55-71 11/30 Bowling Green .......L, 67-78 12/2 Pepperdine ............W, 72-64 12/4 Western Michigan..L, 78-89 12/7 at Michigan St........L, 52-77 12/10 Kentucky ................L, 65-74 12/17 vs. Texas A&M@....L, 54-72 12/18 vs. Jackson St.@ .....W, 78-64 12/29 Milwaukee* ............L, 56-74 12/31 at Cleveland St.* .....L, 67-76 1/5 Loyola* ..................W, 88-73 1/7 at Youngstown St* .W, 77-48 1/12 at Butler* ...............W, 71-69 1/16 Wright State* ........W, 68-59 1/21 Youngstown St.* ....W, 69-62 1/26 at UIC* ...................L, 52-75 1/28 at Loyola* ..............W, 78-57 2/1 Green Bay* .............L, 63-73 2/6 Butler* ....................L, 65-71 2/9 at Wright St.* ........W, 55-45 2/11 Cleveland St.*........W, 78-46 2/16 at Milwaukee* ........L, 55-69 2/18 at Green Bay* .........L, 58-71 2/25 UIC*.......................L, 62-67 3/1 at Butler$ ...............L, 45-58 *-Horizon League game; @-Duel in the Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV); $-Horizon League Tournament

2006-07 (5-26; 1-15 HL) Head Coach: Mickey Barrett 11/10 Bowling Green .......L, 37-68 11/14 Buffalo ...................W, 73-61 11/17 at Western Mich.....L, 72-85

11/20 at Michigan ............L, 35-86 11/29 at Kentucky ............L, 44-79 12/2 at LSU....................L, 44-80 12/6 at Eastern Mich......L, 55-71 12/9 Northern Iowa........L, 75-90 12/15 #17 Depaul .............L, 57-81 12/19 vs. SMU%...............L, 50-73 12/20 vs. ECU% ..............W, 62-57 12/28 vs. UNH# ..............W, 54-50 12/29 at Virginia Tech......L, 57-71 1/4 Green Bay* .............L, 70-86 1/6 Milwaukee* ............L, 67-77 1/11 at Cleveland St.* ....W, 64-61 1/13 at Youngstown St.* .L, 39-55 1/18 Butler* ....................L, 51-59 1/20 Wright State* .........L, 51-67 1/25 at UIC* ...................L, 73-77 1/27 at Loyola* ...............L, 68-78 2/1 at Milwaukee* ........L, 54-63 2/3 at #24 Green Bay* ..L, 60-88 2/8 Youngstown St.* .....L, 52-58 2/15 at Wright St.* .........L, 54-65 2/17 at Butler* ................L, 64-77 2/22 Loyola* ...................L, 61-73 2/24 UIC*.......................L, 74-77 3/5 at Loyola& ............W, 75-68 3/7 at #22 Green Bay$..L, 58-81 *-Horizon League Game; %-at Cancun, Mexico; #-at Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA); &-Horizon League Tourn. (Chicago, IL); $-Horizon League Tourn. (Green Bay, WI)

2007-08 (6-24; 3-15 HL) Head Coach: Mickey Barrett (1-7) Int. Head Coach: Lee Piepho (5-17) 11/9 at Western CarolinaL, 65-85 11/11 at Auburn ...............L, 47-91 11/14 EASTERN ............L, 54-65 11/20 at Buffalo ................L, 50-66 11/30 at UNI ....................L, 35-62 12/2 at Iowa....................L, 42-65 12/5 at Toledo ................L, 43-69 12/8 ALBANY ..............W, 51-49 12/18 TOLEDO ..............L, 40-55 12/21 at IPFW ................W, 62-52 1/3 GREEN BAY* .......L, 58-79 1/5 MILWAUKEE* .....L, 63-70 1/9 IPFW ....................W, 74-58 1/12 WRIGHT STATE*L, 53-71 1/17 at Cleveland State* .L, 41-63 1/19 at Youngstown St.* .L, 55-74 1/24 BUTLER*..............L, 62-72 1/26 VALPARAISO* .....L, 50-71 1/31 at Loyola* ...............L, 70-79 2/2 at UIC* ...................L, 36-66 2/9 at Wright State* .....L, 59-70 2/14 YSU* ......................L, 59-62 2/16 CSU* .....................W, 68-57 2/21 at Valparaiso* ..........L, 65-75 2/23 at Butler* ................L, 63-67 2/28 UIC*......................W, 55-51 3/1 LOYOLA* ............W, 47-45 3/6 at Milwaukee* ........L, 50-59 3/8 at Green Bay* .........L, 51-71 3/10 at Youngstown St.&L, 54-65 *-Horizon League Game; &-Horizon League Tournament (Youngstown, OH).

2008-09 (12-19; 7-11 HL) Head Coach: Autumn Rademacher 11/14 at Cincinnati ..........L, 59-66 11/19 at Michigan State ...L, 48-65 11/22 #23 Georgia...........W, 70-66 11/25 Indiana State ..........L, 60-74 11/29 at Colgate ..............W, 61-51 12/01 at Albany ................L, 49-62 12/03 at Bowling Green ...L, 42-72 12/14 at Iowa State ..........L, 39-75 12/17 Morehead State .....W, 60-54 12/20 at East. Mich.W, 76-75 (2ot) 12/28 at Canisius ..............L, 59-80 01/03 at Loyola* ..............W, 71-64 01/05 at UIC* ...................L, 66-69 01/08 Butler* ....................L, 48-71 01/10 Valparaiso* ....... L, 65-70 (ot) 01/15 at Green Bay* .........L, 43-62 01/17 at Milwaukee* ........L, 57-75 01/22 Cleveland State* .....L, 55-70 01/24 Youngstown State* W, 73-50 01/31 at Wright State* .....L, 58-65 02/06 at Valparaiso* .........W, 62-47 02/08 at Butler* ................L, 42-60 02/12 Milwaukee* ...........W, 59-50 02/14 Green Bay* .............L, 44-59 02/19 at YSU* .................W, 70-62 02/21 at Cleveland State* .L, 50-60 02/28 Wright State* .........L, 50-63 03/05 UIC*......................W, 63-55 03/07 Loyola* ..................W, 57-49 03/09 Loyola& ................W, 72-67 03/11 at Green Bay% .......L, 46-60 *-Horizon League Game; &-HL Champ. First Round (Detroit, MI); %-HL Champ. Quarter-Finals (Green Bay, WI).

2009-10 (17-14; 14-4 HL) Head Coach: Autumn Rademacher 11/13 at Oakland.............W, 74-65 11/15 Michigan State .......L, 62-71 11/21 at Cincinnati ..........L, 58-65 11/24 Canisius..................L, 52-54 12/1 at Indiana State ......L, 53-70 12/5 Eastern Michigan...L, 55-72 12/9 Bowling Green .......L, 43-64 12/13 at Morehead State ..L, 71-84 12/19 Michigan ................L, 51-65 12/22 at #9 Georgia..........L, 42-66 12/30 Colgate ..................W, 67-44 1/3 Wright State* ........W, 68-47 1/7 at Milwaukee* .......W, 59-57 1/9 at #18 Green Bay* ..L, 46-71 1/14 UIC*......................W, 66-65 1/16 Loyola* ..................W, 53-50 1/21 at Valparaiso* ..W, 72-70 (ot) 1/23 at Butler* ................L, 44-65 1/28 Youngstown State* W, 80-44 1/30 Cleveland State* ....W, 62-54 2/4 #23 Green Bay* .....W, 71-55 2/6 Milwaukee* ...........W, 72-65 2/11 at Loyola* ..............W, 63-56 2/13 at UIC* ..................W, 64-61 2/18 Butler* ....................L, 62-72 2/20 Valparaiso* .............W, 67-49 2/25 at Cleveland State*L, 60-70 (ot) 2/27 at Youngstown State* ..W, 80-62 3/6 at Wright State* ....W, 58-54 3/10 Loyola$ .................W, 75-62 3/12 Butler% ..................L, 55-69 *-Horizon League Game; $-HL Quarter-Finals (Detroit, MI); %-HL Semi-Finals (Green Bay, WI)

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Opponent Adrian Akron Albany Arkansas Army Auburn

2-0 4-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-3

Ball State Bethune- Cookman Boston College Bowling Green Bradley Brown Buffalo

1-1 1-0 1-0 10-11 0-1 1-0 2-1

Calvin College Cal St.-Fullerton Canisius Central Florida Central Michigan Chicago State Cincinnati Clemson Colgate Colorado Colorado State

0-1 1-0 2-2 1-1 14-4 2-1 2-7 0-1 2-0 0-1 1-0

Dartmouth Dayton Delta State DePaul Drake Duke Duquesne

0-1 12-18 0-2 9-4 1-0 0-3 2-2

East Carolina E. Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Mich. Eastern Wash. Edinboro State Evansville

1-1 1-1 2-0 11-8 1-0 1-0 14-9

Ferris State Florida Florida A&M

3-0 0-1 2-0

Grand Valley Georgia

3-0 1-3

Hawaii Houston

0-1 0-2

Illinois Illinois St. Indiana Indiana St. Iowa Iowa St. IPFW

1-1 1-1 4-0 3-2 0-1 0-2 5-0

Jackson St.

1-0

Kansas Kansas State Kent State Kentucky

1-5 0-4 4-2 0-8

Lake Superior St. La Salle Long Beach State Louisiana State Louisville Madonna Marquette Marshall Massachusetts

70

W-L

0-1 2-6 0-1 1-1 0-4 1-0 6-1 1-0 1-1

Last Meeting -A12/11/78 12/6/96 12/1/08 12/1/89 12/5/98 11/11/07 -B-

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-H-

-I-

-J-K-

-L-

-M-

Result W, 82-63 W, 111-72 L, 49-62 L, 68-112 W, 73-60 L, 47-91

12/19/87 12/20/02 11/30/84 12/9/09 11/27/04 11/26/94 11/20/07

L, 66-71 W, 76-61 L, 48-66 L, 43-64 L, 75-78 W, 63-39 L, 50-66

3/3/78 12/21/93 11/24/09 12/19/02 12/20/04 11/30/91 11/21/09 2/13/83 12/30/09 11/24/02 1/14/87

L, 68-78 W, 90-75 L, 52-54 L, 48-61 W, 62-47 W, 64-55 L, 58-65 L, 58-83 W, 67-44 L, 43-86 W, 60-55

12/17/97 12/18/04 12/2/83 12/15/06 2/17/80 12/27/02 11/18/00

L, 82-88 L, 55-87 L, 72-101 L, 57-81 W, 67-62 OT L, 52-92 L, 73-79

12/20/06 12/21/98 11/17/97 12/5/09 12/20/00 2/24/80 1/15/94

W, 62-57 L, 83-88 OT W, 79-76 L, 55-72 W, 67-62 W, 74-57 W, 97-67

12/6/78 1/5/89 12/5/99

W, 89-30 L, 71-82 W, 77-53

12/22/79 12/22/09

W, 87-36 L, 42-66

12/18/00 12/19/00

L, 53-97 L, 80-90

12/29/92 2/26/83 2/20/82 12/1/09 12/2/07 12/14/08 1/9/08

L, 76-85 L, 47-66 W, 56-43 L, 53-70 L, 42-65 L, 39-75 W, 74-58

12/18/05

W, 78-64

11/22/05 11/20/05 12/21/87 11/29/06

L, 68-70 L, 55-91 L, 61-65 L, 44-79

11/30/87 3/10/95 12/1/84 12/2/06 12/8/04

L, 53-84 L, 55-60 L, 67-70 L, 44-80 L, 54-69

2/22/78 2/28/91 3/7/80 11/26/95

W, 83-17 W, 80-68 W, 109-54 L, 61-67

McNeese State Memphis Miami (FL) Miami (OH) Michigan UM Dearborn Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi St. Morehead State

1-0 0-1 1-1 2-3 11-9 2-0 7-16 0-1 0-1 1-1

New Hampshire New Orleans NC State N.E. Illinois Northern Iowa Northern IL Northwestern Notre Dame

2-0 0-1 1-2 3-0 0-2 6-4 2-4 2-22

Oakland Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma State Old Dominion Olivet Owens Tech

10-6 2-3 3-3 0-2 0-1 2-0 2-0

Penn State Pepperdine Pittsburgh Providence Purdue

0-1 1-0 2-2 1-2 4-2

Queens

0-1

Richmond Rider

1-0 1-0

Saginaw Valley St. John’s St. Louis Sam Houston St. San Diego State Seton Hall Shaw Siena South Alabama South Carolina Southern Illinois SMU SW Texas Spring Arbor Stetson Syracuse

4-0 0-3 8-2 0-1 1-2 1-2 2-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0

Temple Tennessee State Texas Texas A&M Toledo Tulane

3-1 1-0 0-2 0-1 8-15 1-0

UNLV

0-3

Vanderbilt Victoria College Virginia Tech

0-1 1-0 1-1

Wayne State West Texas St. West Virginia Western Car. Western Mich. Wisconsin

12-1 1-0 0-1 1-1 11-13 3-1

Xavier

14-12

Yale

1-0

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Bold type indicates 2010-11 opponents

12/14/95 1/9/88 12/28/95 12/15/01 12/19/09 2/6/88 11/15/09 12/2/04 12/4/03 12/13/09

W, 96-54 L, 75-109 W, 78-77 L, 59-68 L, 51-65 W, 72-69 L, 62-71 L, 34-86 L, 48-63 L, 71-84

12/28/06 12/28/91 12/5/81 12/6/94 11/30/07 12/28/00 2/25/81 2/25/95

W, 54-50 L, 54-65 W, 60-59 W, 77-56 L, 35-62 L, 61-72 W, 79-63 L, 62-83

11/13/09 11/29/03 12/17/95 12/20/98 11/24/79 12/13/77 2/13/78

W, 74-65 W, 47-44 L, 75-94 L, 61-79 L, 58-90 W, 79-32 W, 74-34

1/11/81 12/2/05 12/29/84 11/30/97 12/9/88

L, 61-72 W,72-64 W, 86-66 L, 76-86 L, 46-91

2/2/80

L, 56-58

12/30/95 11/22/91

W, 77-75 (OT) W, 84-60

1/4/86 11/26/83 2/9/91 12/2/89 12/30/01 1/5/84 12/23/78 12/22/01 12/4/99 12/3/82 11/27/97 12/19/06 12/22/97 3/2/78 12/7/96 12/30/93

W, 94-76 L, 59-87 W, 89-59 L, 89-94 L, 56-70 L, 67-74 W, 90-61 L, 56-63 W, 74-66 L, 47-75 W, 73-62 L, 50-73 W, 56-53 W, 54-51 W, 64-60 W, 74-71

1/12/95 12/22/96 12/20/97 12/17/05 12/18/07 12/30/91

W, 75-43 W, 85-46 L, 52-77 L, 54-72 L, 40-55 W, 68-61

12/4/04

L, 49-82

1/13/85 12/3/83 12/29/06

L, 82-96 W, 54-49 L, 57-71

12/2/86 1/7/85 2/7/83 11/9/07 11/17/06 12/11/88

W, 115-45 W, 77-72 L, 57-83 L, 65-85 L, 72-85 W, 83-76

2/13/95

L, 62-76

11/28/04

W, 69-56


ALL-TIME HL SERIES RESULTS BUTLER (31-25 OVERALL) (H: 18-8; A: 11-16; N: 2-1) 2/2/85 Butler W, 89-55 3/3/85 at Butler W, 77-62 2/2/86 at Butler W, 65-58 3/1/86 Butler W, 90-68 1/10/87 Butler W, 92-68 2/7/87 at Butler W, 91-73 1/18/88 at Butler L, 77-88 2/15/88 Butler W, 61-57 2/4/89 Butler W, 73-64 2/18/89 at Butler W, 64-54 1/20/90 at Butler L, 66-88 2/17/90 Butler W, 67-57 1/19/91 Butler W, 78-66 2/16/91 at Butler L, 69-78 2/1/92 at Butler L, 66-81 2/29/92 Butler W, 65-60 2/4/93 at Butler L, 65-82 2/17/93 Butler W, 74-73 1/13/94 at Butler W, 76-56 2/19/94 Butler W, 73-56 2/7/95 Butler L, 67-71 3/10/95 vs. Butler W, 64-56 1/4/96 at Butler L, 78-88 2/29/96 Butler W, 92-67 1/4/97 at Butler W, 60-58 2/27/97 Butler W, 95-86 1/31/98 Butler L, 61-76 2/26/98 at Butler L, 65-101 3/6/98 at Butler L, 70-81 1/30/99 at Butler L, 101-116 2/25/99 Butler W, 68-66 3/5/99 vs. Butler W, 93-76 1/29/00 Butler W, 76-64 2/24/00 at Butler W, 88-84 1/27/01 at Butler W, 63-55 2/22/01 Butler W, 81-70 1/3/02 Butler W, 86-68 1/31/02 at Butler W, 84-59 1/7/03 Butler W, 84-79(ot) 2/15/03 at Butler L, 49-57 1/17/04 at Butler W, 66-60 2/5/04 Butler W, 55-49 1/15/05 Butler L, 45-65 2/3/05 at Butler L, 46-59 1/12/06 at Butler W, 71-69 2/6/06 Butler L, 65-71 3/1/06 at Butler L, 45-58 1/18/07 Butler L, 51-59 2/17/07 at Butler L, 64-77 1/24/08 Butler L, 62-72 2/23/08 at Butler L, 63-67 1/8/09 Butler L, 48-71 2/8/09 at Butler L, 42-60 1/23/10 at Butler L, 44-65 2/18/10 Butler L, 62-72 3/12/10 vs. Butler L, 55-69 CLEVELAND ST. (31-9 OVERALL) (H: 17-2; A: 12-7; N: 2-0) 1/3/81 at CSU W, 78-64 12/23/81 CSU W, 82-55 2/25/84 CSU W, 84-66 2/12/85 at CSU W, 69-61 2/17/86 CSU W, 77-49 1/6/87 at CSU W, 92-77 2/22/88 CSU W, 70-51 1/21/95 CSU W, 80-61 2/18/95 at CSU W, 83-80 1/8/96 CSU W, 85-62 2/3/96 at CSU W, 87-79 1/20/97 at CSU W, 62-51 1/30/97 CSU W, 99-82 1/10/98 CSU W, 85-66 2/7/98 at CSU L, 60-68 1/9/99 at CSU W, 86-63 2/6/99 CSU W, 77-74 2/5/00 CSU W, 91-83 3/4/00 at CSU W, 78-73 2/3/01 at CSU L, 77-91 3/1/01 CSU W, 70-61 1/12/02 CSU W, 94-67 2/9/02 at CSU L, 63-75 2/28/02 vs. CSU W, 87-73 1/25/03 at CSU W, 61-60 3/1/03 CSU L, 73-86 3/7/03 vs. CSU W, 75-74 1/10/04 CSU W, 68-55 2/21/04 at CSU W, 58-54 1/8/05 at CSU W, 70-60

2/19/05 12/31/05 2/11/06 1/11/07 1/17/08 2/16/08 1/22/09 2/21/09 1/30/10 2/25/10

CSU at CSU CSU at CSU at CSU CSU CSU at CSU CSU at CSU

W, 62-53 L, 67-76 W, 78-46 W, 64-61 L, 41-63 W, 68-57 L, 55-70 L, 50-60 W, 62-54 L, 60-70 (ot)

GREEN BAY (6-32 OVERALL) (H: 5-12; A: 1-17; N: 0-3) 1/28/95 Green Bay W, 60-58 1/27/96 Green Bay W, 75-59 2/23/96 at Green Bay L, 53-71 1/25/97 at Green Bay L, 58-69 2/22/97 Green Bay W, 57-44 3/9/97 at Green Bay W, 63-55 1/15/98 Green Bay L, 55-72 2/14/98 at Green Bay L, 61-71 1/14/99 at Green Bay L, 53-79 2/13/99 Green Bay L, 67-72 3/6/99 vs. Green Bay L, 54-74 1/13/00 Green Bay L, 56-70 2/12/00 at Green Bay L, 61-87 1/11/01 at Green Bay L, 59-76 2/10/01 Green Bay L, 69-80 1/17/02 at Green Bay L, 71-74 2/4/02 Green Bay L, 59-79 3/3/02 vs. Green Bay L, 63-72 1/4/03 at #21/21 GB L, 53-86 2/8/03 #21/23 GB L, 52-76 3/9/03 at #21/22 GB L, 59-83 1/24/04 Green Bay W, 56-50(ot) 2/12/04 at Green Bay L, 54-64 3/8/04 vs. Green Bay L, 54-66 1/22/05 at Green Bay L, 57-69 2/10/05 #24/23 GB L, 52-81 2/1/06 Green Bay L, 63-73 2/18/06 at Green Bay L, 58-71 1/4/07 Green Bay L, 70-86 2/3/07 at #24 GB L, 60-88 3/7/07 at #22 GB L, 58-81 1/3/08 Green Bay L, 58-79 3/8/08 at Green Bay L, 51-71 1/15/09 at Green Bay L, 43-62 2/14/09 Green Bay L, 44-59 3/11/09 Green Bay L, 46-60 1/9/10 at Green Bay L, 46-71 2/4/10 Green Bay W, 71-55 LOYOLA (IL) (43-19 OVERALL) (H: 23-5: A: 17-12; N: 3-2) 1/8/83 at Loyola L, 54-67 1/21/84 at Loyola L, 69-73 3/1/84 Loyola W, 71-56 1/27/85 at Loyola L, 53-54 2/23/85 Loyola W, 66-62 1/27/86 Loyola L, 52-64 2/23/86 at Loyola L, 82-92 1/18/87 at Loyola W, 75-72 2/28/87 Loyola W, 81-68 1/23/88 Loyola L, 63-90 3/1/88 at Loyola L, 73-94 1/21/89 at Loyola L, 61-75 3/4/89 Loyola L, 68-88 3/9/89 vs. Loyola L, 75-78 2/3/90 Loyola W, 75-65 3/3/90 at Loyola L, 77-105 2/2/91 at Loyola L, 74-79 3/2/91 Loyola W, 68-60 1/16/92 at Loyola W, 74-59 2/13/92 Loyola W, 77-69 1/9/93 at Loyola W, 63-60 2/13/93 Loyola W, 75-52 1/26/94 Loyola W, 87-71 2/26/94 at Loyola W, 66-52 3/5/94 vs. Loyola W, 70-56 2/2/95 at Loyola W, 76-61 3/9/95 vs. Loyola W, 80-43 1/13/96 Loyola W, 82-59 2/10/96 at Loyola W, 83-70 1/11/97 at Loyola W, 90-60 2/8/97 Loyola W, 89-69 1/24/98 at Loyola L, 60-75 2/19/98 Loyola W, 85-68 1/23/99 Loyola W, 68-47 2/18/99 at Loyola W, 69-56 1/22/00 at Loyola W, 88-73 2/17/00 Loyola W, 78-66

1/20/01 2/15/01 3/8/01 2/7/02 2/23/02 1/16/03 2/20/03 1/5/04 2/14/04 3/4/04 1/3/05 2/12/05 1/5/06 1/28/06 1/27/07 2/22/07 3/5/07 1/31/08 3/1/08 1/3/09 3/7/09 3/9/09 1/16/10 2/11/10 3/10/11

Loyola at Loyola vs. Loyola Loyola at Loyola at Loyola Loyola Loyola at Loyola vs. Loyola at Loyola Loyola Loyola at Loyola at Loyola Loyola at Loyola at Loyola Loyola at Loyola Loyola Loyola Loyola at Loyola Loyola

W, 79-61 L, 94-107 L, 58-73 W, 57-55 W, 72-62 W, 69-62 L, 79-81 W, 55-53 W, 70-62 W, 64-58 W, 62-56 W, 49-34 W, 88-73 W, 78-57 L, 68-78 L, 61-73 W, 75-68 L, 70-79 W, 47-45 W, 71-64 W, 57-49 W, 72-67 W, 53-50 W, 63-56 W, 75-62

1/22/04 UIC L, 66-49 1/31/04 at UIC W, 61-47 1/20/05 UIC L, 58-75 1/29/05 UIC L, 48-63 1/26/06 at UIC L, 52-75 2/25/06 UIC L, 62-67 1/25/07 at UIC L, 73-77 2/24/07 UIC L, 74-77 2/2/08 at UIC L, 36-66 2/28/08 UIC W, 55-51 1/5/09 at UIC L, 66-69 3/5/09 UIC W, 63-55 1/14/10 UIC W, 66-65 2/13/10 at UIC W, 64-61 VALPARAISO (4-4 OVERALL) (H: 1-3; A: 3-1) 2/20/89 at Valparaiso W, 80-72 1/25/90 Valparaiso L, 69-71 1/26/08 Valparaiso L, 50-71 2/21/08 at Valparaiso L, 65-75 1/10/09 Valparaiso L, 65-70(ot) 2/6/09 at Valparaiso W, 62-47 1/21/10 at ValparaisoW, 72-70 (ot) 2/20/10 Valparaiso W, 67-49

MILWAUKEE (17-21 OVERALL) (H: 9-8; A: 6-13; N: 2-0) 12/30/90 Milwaukee W, 85-80 12/2/91 at Milwaukee L, 61-68 12/2/92 Milwaukee W, 70-45 2/28/94 at Milwaukee L, 52-53 1/26/95 at Milwaukee W, 67-46 1/25/96 Milwaukee* W, 91-62 2/21/96 at Milwaukee W, 90-64 1/23/97 at Milwaukee L, 69-72 2/20/97 Milwaukee W, 94-65 3/8/97 vs. Milwaukee W, 98-63 1/17/98 Milwaukee L, 64-69 2/12/98 at Milwaukee W, 78-66 3/5/98 vs. Milwaukee W, 80-72 1/16/99 at Milwaukee L, 48-53 2/11/99 Milwaukee W, 65-60 1/15/00 Milwaukee W, 71-68 2/10/00 at Milwaukee L, 68-75 1/13/01 at Milwaukee L, 80-86 2/8/01 Milwaukee W, 84-79 1/19/02 at Milwaukee L, 71-102 2/16/02 Milwaukee L, 71-73 2/6/03 Milwaukee L, 61-76 1/29/04 at Milwaukee L, 47-49 2/7/04 Milwaukee L, 50-53 3/7/04 at Milwaukee W, 64-58 1/27/05 Milwaukee L, 73-74(ot) 2/5/05 at Milwaukee L, 46-60 3/3/05 at Milwaukee W, 59-49 12/29/05 Milwaukee L, 56-74 2/16/06 at Milwaukee L, 55-69 1/6/07 Milwaukee L, 67-77 2/1/07 at Milwaukee L, 54-63 1/5/08 Milwaukee L, 63-70 3/6/08 at Milwaukee L, 50-59 1/17/09 at Milwaukee L, 57-75 2/12/09 Milwaukee W, 59-50 1/7/10 at Milwaukee W, 59-57 2/6/10 Milwaukee W, 72-65 UIC (21-16 OVERALL) (H: 11-9; A: 7-7; N: 3-0) 11/29/80 UIC W, 76-62 2/12/82 at UIC W, 58-51 1/29/83 UIC W, 70-61 2/9/95 UIC L, 59-63 1/18/96 at UIC L, 71-81 2/15/96 UIC W, 84-54 1/15/97 UIC W, 89-54 2/13/97 at UIC W, 63-50 1/22/98 at UIC L, 66-86 2/21/98 UIC W, 78-65 1/21/99 UIC W, 60-52 2/20/99 at UIC W, 87-76 3/4/99 vs. UIC W, 64-44 1/20/00 at UIC W, 81-73 2/19/00 UIC L, 65-66 1/18/01 UIC W, 62-54 2/17/01 at UIC W, 65-54 1/24/02 UIC W, 83-65 2/21/02 at UIC L, 58-63 3/1/02 vs. UIC W, 55-38 1/18/03 UIC L, 59-77 2/22/03 UIC L, 81-84(ot) 3/6/03 vs. UIC W, 63-43

YOUNGSTOWN ST. (14-12 OVERALL) (H: 10-3; A: 4-9) 1/10/83 YSU L, 59-60 2/4/87 YSU W, 91-79 1/4/88 at YSU L, 61-88 2/15/89 YSU W, 83-64 1/8/90 at YSU L, 55-72 12/19/91 at YSU L, 72-84 2/15/92 YSU W, 95-70 1/10/02 at YSU L, 57-66 2/11/02 YSU W, 82-69 1/23/03 YSU W, 69-58 2/27/03 at YSU W, 74-69 1/3/04 at YSU L, 62-42 2/26/04 YSU W, 75-40 12/28/05 YSU W, 67-43 2/24/05 at YSU L, 68-71 1/7/06 at YSU W, 77-48 1/21/06 YSU W, 69-62 1/13/07 at YSU L, 39-55 2/8/07 YSU L, 52-58 1/19/08 at YSU L, 55-74 2/14/08 YSU L, 59-62 3/10/08 at YSU L, 54-65 1/24/09 YSU W, 73-50 2/19/09 at YSU W, 70-62 1/28/10 YSU W, 80-44 2/27/10 at YSU W, 80-62 WRIGHT STATE (20-15 OVERALL) (H: 10-7; A: 9-8; N: 1-0) 12/30/94 at WSU W, 74-73 3/1/95 WSU L, 54-67 1/6/96 WSU W, 70-66 3/3/96 at WSU W, 76-69 1/9/97 at WSU W, 56-46 3/1/97 WSU W, 99-60 3/7/97 vs. WSU W, 86-47 1/5/98 at WSU W, 58-49 1/29/98 WSU W, 93-56 1/28/99 at WSU W, 74-52 2/27/99 WSU W, 63-51 1/27/00 WSU W, 48-33 2/26/00 at WSU L, 71-84 3/9/00 WSU L, 65-82 1/25/01 at WSU W, 89-79(ot) 2/24/01 WSU W, 83-59 1/5/02 WSU W, 60-49 2/2/02 at WSU W, 66-65 1/9/03 WSU L, 65-70 2/17/03 at WSU L, 65-67 1/19/04 at WSU L, 49-50 2/19/04 WSU W, 78-65 1/13/05 WSU L, 46-48 2/17/05 at WSU L, 37-53 3/6/05 at WSU L, 66-77 1/16/06 WSU W, 68-59 2/9/06 at WSU W, 55-45 1/20/07 WSU L, 51-67 2/15/07 at WSU L, 54-6 1/12/08 WSU L, 53-71 2/9/08 at WSU L, 59-70 1/31/09 at WSU L, 58-65 2/28/09 WSU L, 50-63 1/3/10 WSU W, 68-47 3/6/10 at WSU W, 58-54

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ALL-TIME ROSTER -ALauren Allen Davita Anderson Nicole Anaejionu Julie Angelcor Rose Atkins Amy Austin

-F2008-Present 1987-91 2001-04 1979-81 1977-78 1984-88

-BCarrie Banks Sherry Bell Mary Bennett Lisa Blackburn Demetria Blair Keashawn Bond Davida Boozer Sue Bork Michelle Bortz Jocelyn Boyd Kelley Brown Sandi Brown India Bruster Marnie Buchanan Gwen Burton

1996-00 1979-83 1979-80 1978-82 2004-05 2006-08 1980-83 1991-95 1999-03 1994-98 1997-99 2005-09 2006-08 1992-96 1990-91

-CStephanie Carvin Marcella Cavitt Kim Chandler Mandy Chandler Sophia Chapman Stacy Cobbs Regina Coleman Coretta Conners Denise Cook Joanna Cooper Sheron Core Sara Crum Cynthia Curry Faith Cyr

2005-08 2005-07 1986-88 1987-91 1985-87 2003-05 1999-01 1986-88 1988-92 2002-05 1979-80 2000-04 1980-81 1992-96

-DAmira Danforth Coretta Daniels Debbie Davis Zemora Davis Cheryl Day Michelle DeHaan Ann DeLodder Lisa DeLor Dominique Dixon Karinda Dobbins Audra Dortch Katy Dunlop NeCole Dunn Darlene Dysart

1991-95 1977-79 1981-83 2005-09 1988-90 1993-95 1979-80 1978-79 2009-Present 1988-90 1988-90 2004-08 1987-88 1977-78

-ETerri East Tiffany Engle Kandace Evans

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1978-80 1995-96 2005-07

Demeisha Fambro Tracy Farlow Berit Flyghed Terri Ford

2009-Present 1978-79 1991-93 1986-90

-GKristen Gaither Allison Geatches Julianna Glanz Caitie Goddard Mareshah Graham Stephanie Gray Anita Green Nancy Gumbert

2003-04 1982-84 2010-Present 2002-05 1993-94 1996-98 1977-79 1981-83

-HChanica Hall Amy Hansel Melissa Harakas Yvette Harris Heather Hatter Megan Hatter Brenda Hawkins RanDee Henry Jeanie Hill Shafarrah Hill Shari Hill Saritta Hines Linda Hollie Kassandra Hooten Bridget Howard Kelli Howse Janet Hughes Monica Hughes Gabi Hungerford

2006-09 1988-91 2001-05 1977-80 2006-2009 2010-Present 1983-87 2000-02 1994-98 1994-97 1997-01 1999-00 1977-78 2009-Present 1982-85 2003-04 1992-96 1983-84 2007-08

-JNikki Jackson Debbie James Michelle James Kelly Jaskot Jennifer Johnson Lydia Johnson Anita Jones Jalesa Jones Pamela Jordan Marianne Juif

1998-99 1980-81 1998-02 2002-05 1999-00 1978-80 1991-93 2008-Present 1977-78 1977-78

-KShontray King Stacy Kraiza Penny Kroll Elizabeth Krzyzek Gail Kubiak

1989-92 1991-93 1988-91 2001-05 1981-83

-LNancy Labach Tayler Langham Pam Lee Erica Lewis

1978-80 2009-Present 1980-81 1997-98


ALL-TIME ROSTER Mary Lillie Heather Longar Sally Longe

1978-82 1988-92 1984-86

-MCammie Maki Michelle Mannisto Patrice Martin Regina Martin Joyce Massey Kim McCartha C.C. McDermott Ellen McDermott Margaret McDermott Jennifer McGee Kealy McNally Melanie Megge Gina Menta Sharon Miller Wendye Mingo Alex Moore Cynthia Moore Keneisha Moss Brigid Mulroy Britney Murphy

1985-87 1987-88 1989-93 1977-78 2006-07 1984-86 1983-84 1983-84 1981-83 2001-05 2007-09 1978-79 1986-88 1988-91 1988-91 2008-09 1977-78 1999-01 2006-2009 2010-Present

-NPat Neely

1982-84

Sandi Brown Katie Solner Sierra Spaude Shawanna Stubblefield

-OKaren O’Dea Carolyn Overton

2000-01 1977-78

-PCassandra Pack KT Palmer Lindsey Pasquinzo Clarice Pearce Cynthia Perry Molly Peterman Regina Pierce Jacqui Pitts Chanahl Putnam

1983-87 1998-00 2002-05 1982-86 1977-79 1998-02 1981-85 1987-89 2010-Present

-RAutumn Rademacher Glenda Robinson Tressie Rockymore Helen Roney Nina Rouser

1993-97 1990-91 1983-84 1977-78 1993-97

-SLindsay Sammut April Savalli Kim Scribner Ann Shaw Yar Shayok Senee Shearer Kim Sims Daphne Smith

1999-00 2000-05 1977-78 1992-94 2008-Present 2010-Present 1984-85 1984-87

2002-05 2008-Present 2004-05; 2007-08

-TLinda Tennant Julia Terenjuk Crystal Thorne Cherridy Thornton Jaleesa Trussell

1984-85 1995-96 1994-98 2009-Present 2008-2009

-VJayne VanOpynen

1986-88

-WRoxanne Walker Talicia Washington Kim Weinberg Mary Kay Whalen Sherry White Dominica Whittaker Lori Wild Rebecca Willey Rachael Williamson Cheryl Williams Tia Winters Lori Wydryck

1985-86 2007-Present 1982-83 1985-87 1988-89 2005-09 2000-04 1991-95 2001-02 1978-82 1997-02 1981-85

-YGigi Yax Anne Yoches Lauren Yurgens

1978-82 1997-01 2004-07

Bold indicates current player.

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YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS Patrice Martin

FIELD GOAL PCT. LEADERS

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

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Name Coretta Daniels Coretta Daniels Lisa Blackburn Cheryl Williams Cheryl Williams Pat Neely Cassandra Pack Cassandra Pack Cassandra Pack Cassandra Pack Kim Chandler Cheryl Day Cheryl Day Sharon Miller Patrice Martin Stacy Kraiza Autumn Rademacher Faith Cyr Autumn Rademacher Shafarrah Hill Jeanie Hill Tia Winters Carrie Banks Shari Hill Michelle James RanDee Henry Sara Crum Nicole Anaejionu Lindsey Pasquinzo Lindsey Pasquinzo Joyce Massey Sandi Brown Sandi Brown Brigid Mulroy

G 21 31 33 30 27 27 26 26 28 26 28 28 25 28 29 27 28 30 27 28 28 27 27 27 29 30 30 29 29 28 31 27 30 31

FG 136 202 235 235 208 109 188 184 219 237 172 180 185 183 162 145 155 177 169 141 133 118 131 117 162 172 118 121 138 132 163 115 135 135

FT 32 42 58 65 82 25 77 95 107 101 107 97 101 78 52 59 59 87 82 73 43 45 65 47 84 111 77 71 43 26 96 59 93 70

TP 304 446 528 536 498 243 453 463 545 576 451 457 471 445 429 425 425 441 455 395 359 327 331 331 466 456 322 313 388 352 463 298 386 432

Avg. 14.5 14.4 16.0 17.9 18.4 9.0 17.4 17.8 19.5 22.2 16.1 16.3 18.1 15.9 14.8 15.2 15.2 14.7 16.9 14.1 12.8 12.1 12.3 12.3 16.1 15.2 10.7 10.8 13.4 12.6 14.9 11.0 12.9 13.9

(Min. 2 per game played) Year Name 1977-78 Yvette Harris 1978-79 Cheryl Williams 1979-80 Cheryl Williams 1980-81 Cheryl Williams 1981-82 Cheryl Williams 1982-83 Bridget Howard 1983-84 Cassandra Pack 1984-85 Cassandra Pack 1985-86 Cassandra Pack 1986-87 Cassandra Pack 1987-88 Gina Menta 1988-89 Cheryl Day 1989-90 Cheryl Day 1990-91 Sharon Miller 1991-92 Heather Longar 1992-93 Stacy Kraiza 1993-94 Faith Cyr 1994-95 Faith Cyr 1995-96 Faith Cyr 1996-97 Crystal Thorne 1997-98 Crystal Thorne 1998-99 Molly Peterman 1999-00 Molly Peterman 2000-01 Michelle James 2001-02 Randee Henry 2002-03 Lori Wild 2003-04 Nicole Anaejionu 2004-05 Lindsey Pasquinzo 2005-06 Joanna Cooper 2006-07 India Bruster 2007-08 Heather Hatter 2008-09 Talicia Washington 2009-10 Yar Shayok

G 21 31 33 30 27 23 26 26 28 26 23 28 25 28 29 27 27 30 27 30 28 27 27 29 30 30 29 29 28 22 30 31 31

Jeanie Hill

FGM 116 189 227 235 208 90 188 184 219 237 50 180 185 183 154 145 140 177 148 79 122 115 128 162 172 129 121 138 94 70 63 63 157

FGA 277 377 430 459 404 197 380 361 423 390 119 324 368 406 309 352 267 349 256 159 244 225 256 343 328 251 247 343 199 166 137 133 306

Pct. .419 .501 .528 .512 .514 .457 .495 .510 .513 .603 .420 .556 .503 .451 .498 .412 .524 .507 .578 .497 .500 .511 .500 .472 .524 .514 .490 .402 .472 .422 .460 .474 .513


YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS Molly Peterman

FREE THROW PCT. LEADERS

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

Name Yvette Harris Cheryl Williams Cheryl Williams Lisa Blackburn Cheryl Williams Nancy Gumbert Cassandra Pack Lori Wydryck Mary Kay Whalen Mary Kay Whalen Terri Ford Cheryl Day Cheryl Day Sharon Miller Stacy Kraiza Stacy Kraiza Michelle DeHaan Faith Cyr Faith Cyr Stephanie Gray Crystal Thorne Molly Peterman Molly Peterman RanDee Henry RanDee Henry Lori Wild Nicole Anaejionu Lindsey Pasquinzo Catie Goddard Lindsey Pasquinzo Joyce Massey Sandi Brown Sandi Brown Yar Shayok

G 21 31 33 30 27 27 26 28 28 27 28 28 25 28 29 27 28 30 27 30 28 27 27 29 30 30 29 29 28 28 31 27 30 31

OFF N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 87 77 134 114 95 81 66 66 76 44 79 68 114 93 66 90 64 86 39 45 30 63 65 75 90

DEF N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 140 135 136 169 149 149 159 141 201 164 117 119 90 117 115 97 127 126 88 70 84 139 90 138 210

TOT 287 318 377 293 388 204 246 197 259 227 212 270 283 244 230 224 207 277 208 196 187 204 210 181 187 191 212 127 115 114 202 155 213 300

Avg. 13.7 10.3 11.4 9.8 14.4 7.6 9.5 8.2 9.3 8.4 7.6 9.6 10.9 8.7 7.9 8.3 7.4 9.2 7.7 6.5 6.7 7.6 7.8 6.2 6.2 6.4 7.3 4.4 4.1 4.1 6.5 5.7 7.1 9.7

(Min. 1 per game played) Year Name 1977-78 Darlene Dysart 1978-79 Coretta Daniels 1979-80 Julie Angelcor 1980-81 Lisa Blackburn 1981-82 Regina Pierce 1982-83 Clarice Pearce 1983-84 Regina Pierce 1984-85 Cassandra Pack 1985-86 Cassandra Pack 1986-87 Daphne Smith 1987-88 Gina Menta 1988-89 Mandy Chandler 1989-90 Patrice Martin 1990-91 Patrice Martin 1991-92 Patrice Martin 1992-93 Patrice Martin 1993-94 Michelle DeHaan 1994-95 Michelle DeHaan 1995-96 Autumn Rademacher 1996-97 Jeanie Hill 1997-98 Jeanie Hill 1998-99 Tia Winters 1999-00 Shari Hill 2000-01 Michelle James 2001-02 Michelle James 2002-03 Katie Solner 2003-04 Lindsey Pasquinzo 2004-05 Lindsey Pasquinzo 2005-06 Katie Solner 2006-07 Sandi Brown 2007-08 Zemora Davis 2008-09 Brigid Mulroy 2009-10 Brigid Mulroy

G 17 31 11 30 26 27 24 26 28 27 23 28 25 25 29 27 28 32 27 29 28 27 27 29 30 30 28 29 28 31 30 31 31

FTM 20 42 11 99 51 28 52 95 107 37 29 82 29 33 52 137 99 50 82 46 43 45 47 84 76 47 27 43 44 40 38 33 70

FTA 30 65 14 124 65 42 70 126 137 48 43 113 38 42 69 168 126 70 99 54 56 55 55 101 95 58 33 55 58 56 54 35 79

Pct. .667 .646 .786 .798 .785 .667 .743 .754 .781 .771 .674 .726 .763 .786 .754 .828 .786 .714 .828 .852 .768 .818 .855 .832 .800 .810 .818 .782 .759 .714 .704 .943 .886

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS BLOCKS

SCORING PLAYER 1. Cassandra Pack 2. Cheryl Williams 3. Autumn Rademacher 4. Michelle James 5. Lisa Blackburn 6. Faith Cyr 7. Patrice Martin 8. Molly Peterman 9. Daphne Smith 10. Regina Pierce 11. Shari Hill 12. Jeanie Hill 13. Mandy Chandler 14. Lindsey Pasquinzo 15. Katie Solner 16. Mary Lillie 17. Sandi Brown 18. Cheryl Day 19. Carrie Banks 20. Terri Ford

PTS. 2,037 1,991 1,686 1,502 1,440 1,425 1,362 1,329 1,320 1,287 1,255 1,199 1,181 1,143 1,038 1,033 983 928 893 890

GP 106 121 117 113 104 111 108 113 83 83 112 113 108 109 116 117 109 54 97 109

AVG. 19.2 16.5 14.4 13.3 13.8 12.8 12.6 11.8 15.9 15.5 11.2 10.6 10.9 10.5 8.9 8.8 9.0 17.2 9.2 8.2

YEARS 1983-87 1978-82 1993-97 1998-02 1978-82 1992-96 1989-93 1998-02 1984-87 1981-85 1997-01 1994-97 1987-91 2002-06 2002-06 1978-82 2005-09 1988-90 1996-00 1986-90

AVG. 11.3 8.1 7.8 7.2 6.8 10.6 5.8 5.3 5.4 7.9

YEARS 1978-82 1978-82 1983-87 1992-96 1998-02 1978-80 1986-90 1993-97 1987-91 1982-85

AVG. 4.2 4.0 3.7 3.5 3.9 3.7 3.0 2.8 3.5 3.6

YEARS 1978-82 1994-98 1993-97 1998-02 1996-00 1991-95 2002-06 1978-82 1984-87 1983-86

AVG. 3.6 3.3 2.7 2.6 2.1 2.3 2.1 2.4 1.7 2.4

YEARS 1978-82 1991-95 1978-82 1998-02 1994-98 1996-00 1978-82 1984-87 1994-98 1981-85

REBOUNDING PLAYER 1. Cheryl Williams 2. Lisa Blackburn 3. Cassandra Pack 4. Faith Cyr 5. Molly Peterman 6. Lydia Johnson 7. Terri Ford 8. Nina Rouser 9. Mandy Chandler 10. Bridget Howard

REB. 1,368 846 826 798 769 648 633 608 586 579

GP 121 104 106 111 113 61 109 115 108 73

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. Mary Lillie 2. Jocelyn Boyd 3. Autumn Rademacher 4. Michelle James 5. Carrie Banks 6. Amira Danforth 7. Katie Solner 8. Lisa Blackburn 9. Daphne Smith 10. Pat Neely

AST. 486 451 439 399 382 365 348 294 287 286

GP 117 114 117 113 97 98 116 104 83 79

STEALS PLAYER 1. Cheryl Williams 2. Amira Danforth 3. Mary Lillie 4. Michelle James 5. Jeanie Hill 6. Carrie Banks 7. Lisa Blackburn 8. Daphne Smith 9. Jocelyn Boyd 10. Regina Pierce

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ST. 441 326 313 298 232 219 215 202 199 196

GP 121 98 117 113 113 97 104 83 114 83

PLAYER 1. Cheryl Williams 2. Crystal Thorne 3. Yvette Harris 4. Nina Rouser 5. Nicole Anaejionu 6. Lydia Johnson 7. Mary Kay Whalen 8. Bridget Howard 9. Cassandra Pack 10. India Bruster

BL 288 162 136 126 91 89 83 78 75 71

GP 121 106 79 115 88 61 55 73 106 51

AVG. 2.38 1.53 1.72 1.09 1.03 1.46 1.50 1.06 0.71 0.72

YEARS 1978-82 1994-97 1977-81 1993-97 2001-04 1978-80 1985-87 1982-85 1983-87 2006-08

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 400 att.) PLAYER 1. Davida Boozer 2. Cassandra Pack 3. Cheryl Day 4. Cheryl Williams 5. Faith Cyr 6. Mary Kay Whalen 7. Randee Henry Crystal Thorne 9. Molly Peterman 10. Lydia Johnson

FG-A 312-575 828-1554 365-692 859-1670 573-1119 254-506 282-567 282-567 528-1093 342-712

PCT. .543 .533 .527 .514 .512 .502 .497 .497 .483 .480

GP 76 106 54 121 111 55 59 106 113 61

YEARS 1980-83 1983-87 1988-90 1978-82 1992-96 1986-88 2000-02 1994-98 1998-02 1978-80

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENT. (min. 50 att.) PLAYER 1. Shafarrah Hill 2. Daphne Smith 3. Brigid Mulroy 4. Stephanie Niebauer 5. Patrice Martin 6. Shari Hill 7. Katy Dunlop 8. Catie Goddard Katie Solner 10. Lindsey Pasquinzo

3FG-A 76-180 73-175 160-390 24-63 188-499 172-462 71-193 112-305 95-259 192-536

PCT. .422 .417 .410 .381 .377 .372 .368 .367 .367 .358

GP 69 83 113 20 108 112 108 114 116 109

YEARS 1994-97 1984-87 2006-10 1990-91 1989-93 1997-01 2004-08 2002-06 2002-06 2002-06

3-POINT FIELD GOALS PLAYER 1. Michelle James 2. Autumn Rademacher 3. Lindsey Pasquinzo 4. Patrice Martin 5. Shari Hill 6. Brigid Mulroy 7. Jeanie Hill 8. Catie Goddard 9. Tia Winters 10. Terri Ford Katie Solner

3FG 217 201 192 188 172 160 134 112 107 95 95

GP 113 117 109 108 112 113 113 114 84 109 116

YEARS 1998-02 1993-97 2002-06 1989-93 1997-01 2006-10 1994-98 2002-06 1997-02 1986-90 2002-06

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE PLAYER 1. Brigid Mulroy 1. Patrice Martin 2. Michelle James 3. Katie Solner 4. Michelle DeHaan 5. Lindsey Pasquinzo 6. Jeanie Hill 7. Catie Goddard 8. Shari Hill 9. Cassandra Pack

GP 113 108 113 116 60 109 113 114 112 106

FT-FTA 116-129 162-207 243-312 225-294 149-196 111-148 149-199 119-159 173-232 380-513

PCT. .900 .783 .779 .765 .760 .750 .749 .748 .746 .741

YEARS 2006-10 1989-93 1998-02 2002-06 1992-94 2002-06 1994-98 2002-06 1997-01 1983-87


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS SCORING PLAYER 1. Cassandra Pack 2. Cassandra Pack 3. Cheryl Williams 4. Daphne Smith 5. Daphne Smith 6. Cheryl Williams 7. Cheryl Day 8. Michelle James 9. Joyce Massey Cassandra Pack

PTS 576 545 536 513 514 498 471 466 463 463

GP 26 28 30 28 27 27 26 29 31 26

BLOCKS AVG 22.2 19.5 17.9 18.3 19.0 18.4 18.1 16.1 14.9 17.8

YEAR 1986-87 1985-86 1980-81 1985-86 1986-87 1981-82 1989-90 2000-01 2006-07 1984-85

PLAYER 1. Cheryl Williams 2. Cheryl Williams Cheryl Williams 4. Yvette Harris 5. Cheryl Williams 6. Crystal Thorne 7. Crystal Thorne 8. Lydia Johnson 9. Mary Kay Whalen Crystal Thorne

AVG 14.4 11.4 11.7 10.3 9.7 9.8 13.7 9.5 9.5 10.9

YEAR 1981-82 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 2009-10 1980-81 1977-78 1990-81 1978-79 1988-90

PLAYER 1. Brigid Mulroy 2. Daphne Smith 3. Lindsey Pasquinzo 4. Shari Hill 5. Lindsey Pasquinzo 6. Michelle James 7. Autumn Rademacher Autumn Rademacher 9. Michelle James Tia Winters

AVG 5.7 5.6 5.9 5.1 5.8 4.5 5.5 5.0 4.7 4.0

YEAR 2001-02 1996-97 1988-89 2009-10 1999-00 1979-80 1986-87 1997-98 1980-81 1979-80

PLAYER 1. Cassandra Pack 2. Faith Cyr 3. Mary Kay Whalen 4. Cheryl Day 5. Cheryl Williams Crystal Thorne 7. RanDee Henry Faith Cyr 9. Lori Wild Cheryl Williams

AVG 4.9 4.1 3.5 3.7 3.4 3.0 4.5 2.9 3.3 2.6

YEAR 1993-94 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 2001-02 1979-80 1977-78 1978-79 1981-82 1979-80

PLAYER 1. Katie Solner 2. Brigid Mulroy 3. Catie Goddard 4. Lindsey Pasquinzo 5. Daphne Smith 6. Shafarrah Hill 7. Shari Hill Patrice Martin 9. Patrice Martin 10. Penny Kroll Autumn Rademacher

REBOUNDING PLAYER 1. Cheryl Williams 2. Cheryl Williams 3. Lydia Johnson 4. Cheryl Williams 5. Yar Shayok 6. Lisa Blackburn 7. Yvette Harris 8. Cheryl Williams 9. Lydia Johnson 10. Cheryl Day

REB 388 377 364 315 300 293 287 285 284 283

GP 27 33 31 31 31 30 21 30 30 26

AST 170 167 165 159 157 149 142 141 141 131

GP 30 30 28 31 27 33 26 28 30 33

STL 138 128 114 111 102 99 95 90 88 87

GP 28 31 33 30 30 33 21 31 27 33

AVG 2.36 2.19 2.36 2.34 2.51 2.07 1.60 1.56 1.70 1.70

YEAR 1979-80 1978-79 1980-81 1977-78 1981-82 1997-98 1996-97 1978-79 1986-87 1995-96

3-PT FG 92-182 73-175 69-162 67-163 62-160 58-172 56-148 56-180 55-155 55-151

GP 31 27 29 29 28 29 28 32 27 27

PCT .505 .417 .426 .411 .388 .337 .378 .311 .355 .364

YEAR 2009-10 1986-87 2004-05 2000-01 2005-06 2000-01 1993-94 1994-95 1998-99 1999-00

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

STEALS PLAYER 1. Amira Danforth 2. Cheryl Williams 3. Cheryl Williams 4. Cheryl Williams 5. Michelle James 6. Mary Lillie 7. Cynthia Perry 8. Coretta Daniels 9. Cheryl Williams 10. Lisa Blackburn

GP 33 31 30 21 27 28 30 30 27 27

3-POINT FIELD GOALS

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. Michelle James 2. Jocelyn Boyd 3. Davita Anderson 4. Jalesa Jones 5. Carrie Banks 6. Mary Lillie 7. Brenda Hawkins 8. Jocelyn Boyd Mary Lillie 10. Lisa Blackburn

BL 78 71 71 70 68 58 48 47 46 46

FG-FGA 237-390 148-236 138-247 180-324 227-430 76-144 172-328 140-267 129-251 208-404

PCT .603 .578 .559 .556 .527 .527 .524 .524 .514 .514

GP 26 27 27 28 33 27 30 27 30 27

YEAR 1986-87 1995-96 1986-97 1988-89 1979-80 1995-96 2001-02 1993-94 2002-03 1981-82

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 3PT% .516 .505 .453 .426 .417 .412 .411 .411 .407 .391 .391

GP 28 31 28 29 27 28 29 25 27 27 30

FG 33-64 92-1182 43-95 69-162 73-175 40-97 67-163 46-112 48-118 27-69 54-138

YEAR 2005-06 2009-10 2005-06 2004-05 1986-87 1996-97 2000-01 1989-90 1992-93 1990-91 1996-97

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE PLAYER 1. Brigid Mulroy 2. Shari Hill 3. Jeanie Hill 4. Michelle James 5. Autumn Rademacher 6. Patrice Martin 7. Tia Winters 8. Katie Solner 9. Sara Crum 10. Michelle James

FT-FTA 70-79 47-55 46-54 84-101 82-99 48-58 45-55 47-58 59-73 76-95

PCT .886 .855 .852 .832 .828 .827 .818 .810 .808 .800

GP 31 27 29 29 27 27 27 30 27 30

YEAR 2009-10 1999-00 1996-97 2000-01 1995-96 1992-93 1998-99 2002-03 2003-04 2001-02

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RECORD BOOK TEAM -- SINGLE GAME Most Points 115 (115-45) vs. Wayne State (12/2/86) Fewest Points 31 (31-60) at Cincinnati (11/21/04) Most Points Allowed 116 (101-116) at Butler (1/30/99) Fewest Points Allowed 17 (83-17) vs. Madonna (2/22/78) Highest Combined Score 217 points (Butler 116, UDM 101) (1/30/99) Largest Winning Margin 70 points (UDM 115, Wayne St. 45) (12/2/86) Largest Losing Margin 62 (Auburn 106, Detroit 44) (1/13/88) Most Field Goals 50 vs. Wayne State (12/2/86) Most Field Goals Attempted 110 vs. Olivet (12/13/77) Best Field Goal Pct. .620 (31-50) vs. Western Mich. (12/30/97) Fewest Field Goals 9 at Cincinnati (11/21/04) Fewest Field Goals Attempted 38 vs. Duke (12/27/02) Worst Field Goal Percentage .164 (9-55) at Cincinnati (11/21/04) Most 3-Point Field Goals 13 at Butler (1/30/99) Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 30 (five times) Most Free Throws 36 vs. Xavier (1/13/86) Most Free Throws Attempted 50 vs. Marquette (2/28/91) Best FT Percentage (min. 15) .956 (22-23) vs. Evansville (1/12/91) Fewest Free Throws 0 at Milwaukee (2/16/06) Fewest Free Throws Attempted 2 at Western Michigan (12/22/04) Lowest Free Throw Percentage .100 (1-10) vs. Mich. St. (11/28/01) Most Rebounds 75 vs. Central Michigan (2/9/80) Fewest Rebounds 21 vs. Butler (1/15/05) Assists 30 vs. Wayne State, 12-2-86; vs. Xavier (1/12/87) Blocked Shots 17 vs. Central Michigan (2/9/80) Steals 33 vs. Wayne State (1/27/79) Most Fouls 35 at Loyola (2/15/01) Fewest Fouls 7 vs. Canisius (11/24/09)

TEAM -- SEASON Wins Losses Winning Percentage Consecutive Wins Consecutive Losses Points Scoring Average Fewest Points Allowed Most Points Allowed Lowest Points Allowed Average Highest Points Allowed Average Field Goals

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27 (1978-79) 24 (1987-88) .871 (27-4) (1978-79) 16 (1978-79) 17 (1987-88) 2,463 (1979-80) 84.8 (1986-87) 1,144 (1977-78) 2,256 (1987-88) 54.5 (1977-78) 80.6 (1987-88, 1989-90) 1,054 (1979-80)

Field Goals Attempted 2,348 (1979-80) Field Goal Percentage .485 (829-1710) (1995-96) 3-Point Field Goals 213 (2005-06) 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 593 (2005-06) Most Field Goals Allowed 928 (1987-88) Lowest Opponents Field Goal Percentage .338 (1977-78) Highest Opponents Field Goal Percentage .505 (1987-88) Free Throws 455 (1996-97) Free Throws Attempted 712 (1994-95) Free Throw Percentage .721 (361-501) (2002-03) Rebounds 1,718 (1979-80) Fewest Rebounds Allowed 973 (2003-04) Most Rebounds Allowed 1,370 (1978-79) Rebounding Average 60.2 (1977-78) Assists 641 (1979-80) Blocked Shots 192 (1979-80) Steals 541 (1978-79) Personal Fouls 661 (1979-80) Disqualifications 28 (1997-98) Technical Fouls 11 (1985-86)

INDIVIDUAL -- SINGLE GAME Points 42, Jeanie Hill (at Northern Illinois, 2/15/97) Field Goals 18, Cassandra Pack (vs. Xavier, 1/12/87) Field Goals Attempted 32, Darlene Dysart (vs. Michigan, 2/27/78) FG Percentage .947 (18-19), Cassandra Pack (vs. Xavier, 1/12/87) 3-Point Field Goals 8, Daphne Smith (vs. Butler, 1/10/87) 3-Point FGs Attempted 17, Michelle James (vs. BGSU, 12/11/99) Free Throws 16, Kim Chandler (vs. Butler, 1/18/88) FT Attempted 21, Mandy Chandler (vs. Marquette, 1/31/91) Kim Chandler (vs. Butler, 1/18/88) Rebounds 27, Cheryl Day (vs. Loyola, 2/2/90) Assists 14, Jocelyn Boyd (vs. Dayton, 11/26/96) Blocked Shots 8, Yvette Harris (vs. Owens Tech, 2/13/78) Steals 12, Cheryl Williams (vs. Saginaw Valley, 1/2/79)

INDIVIDUAL -- CAREER Games 121, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Games Started 121, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Minutes 4,270, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Field Goals 859, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Field Goals Attempted 1,670, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) FG Pct (min. 250 att.) .543 (312-575), Davida Boozer (1980-83) Three Point Field Goals 217, Michelle James (1998-02) Three Point FGs Attempted 655, Michelle James (1998-02) Free Throws 380, Cassandra Pack (1984-87) Free Throws Attempted 513, Cassandra Pack (1984-87) FT Pct (min. 100 att.) .900 (116-129), Brigid Mulroy (2006-10) Rebounds 1,368, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Rebounding Average 11.3, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Assists 486, Mary Lillie (1979-82) Blocked Shots 288, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Steals 441, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Personal Fouls 322, Cheryl Williams (1979-82) Points 2,037, Cassandra Pack (1984-87) Scoring Average 19.2, Cassandra Pack (1984-87)


ALL-TIME AWARD WINNERS ALL-AMERICAN Coretta Daniels Lydia Johnson Cheryl Williams

1979 1980 1982

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN Cassandra Pack

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ALL-STATE Cheryl Williams Coretta Daniels Mary Lillie

1979, 1981 1979 1981

ALL-REGION Lydia Johnson Cheryl Williams

1980 1981

ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE/MCC (FIRST TEAM) Cassandra Pack Daphne Smith Cheryl Day Mandy Chandler Amira Danforth Faith Cyr Autumn Rademacher Carrie Banks Michelle James RanDee Henry Brigid Mulroy

1987 1987 1989, 1990 1991 1994 1996 1996, 1997 2000 2001, 2002 2002 2010

ALL-HORIZON LEAGUE/MCC (SECOND TEAM) Mary Kay Whalen Kim Chandler Sharon Miller Heather Longar Patrice Martin Stacy Kraiza Autumn Rademacher Faith Cyr Shafarrah Hill Crystal Thorne Carrie Banks Molly Peterman Shari Hill Nicole Anaejionu Joyce Massey Sandi Brown Yar Shayok

1987 1988 1991 1992 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000, 2002 2001 2004 2007 2009 2010

NORTH STAR CONFERENCE Cassandra Pack Regina Pierce Daphne Smith

1984-86 1984 (2nd team) 1986

MCC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Cassandra Pack

1987

MCC/HORIZON LEAGUE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Faith Cyr Shafarrah Hill Caitie Goddard Yar Shayok

1993 1995 2003 2010

MCC/HORIZON LEAGUE ALL-NEWCOMER TEAM Cheryl Day Sharon Miller Patrice Martin Stacy Kraiza Faith Cyr Michelle DeHaan Autumn Rademacher Shafarrah Hill Stephanie Gray Shari Hill Molly Peterman RanDee Henry Caitie Goddard Yar Shayok

1989 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1994 1994 1997 1998 1999 2001 2003 2010

ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Jeanie Hill Carrie Banks Crystal Thorne Michelle James Nicole Anaejionu Melissa Harakas

1996, 1997 1998, 1999, 2000 1998 2001, 2002 2004 2005

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Mandy Chandler Faith Cyr Jocelyn Boyd (MVP) Shafarrah Hill Autumn Rademacher Crystal Thorne Carrie Banks Michelle James Randee Henry Katie Solner

1989 1994 1997 1997 1997 1998 1999 1999, 2002 2002 2003, 2004

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1,000 POINT SCORERS #1 - CASSANDRA PACK - 2,037 POINTS YRS. 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 Totals:

GP 26 26 28 26 106

FG-FGA 188-380 184-361 219-423 237-390 828-1554

PCT. .495 .510 .518 .603 .533

FT-FTA 77-113 95-126 107-137 101-137 380-513

PTS. 453 463 545 576 2037

AVG. 17.4 17.8 19.5 22.2 19.2

FT-FTA 65-126 60-92 65-101 82-114 272-433

PTS. 443 514 536 498 1991

AVG. 14.3 15.6 17.9 18.4 16.5

FT-FTA 59-90 38-61 82-99 54-77 233-327

PTS. 425 404 455 402 1686

AVG. 15.2 12.6 16.9 13.4 14.4

FT-FTA 30-43 53-73 84-101 76-95 243-312

PTS. 311 306 466 419 1502

AVG. 11.5 11.3 16.1 14.0 13.3

PCT. .481 .438 .425 .377 .433

FT-FTA 25-45 58-80 99-124 20-35 202-284

PTS. 283 528 453 176 1440

AVG. 18.9 16.0 15.1 6.8 13.8

PCT. .437 .524 .507 .578 .512

FT-FTA 62-87 69-101 87-134 60-91 278-413

PTS. 278 349 441 357 1425

AVG. 10.3 12.9 14.7 13.2 12.8

FT-FTA 29-38 33-42 52-69 48-58 162-207

PTS. 271 292 429 370 1362

AVG. 10.8 10.8 14.8 13.7 12.6

FT-FTA 72-99 60-83 47-66 62-79 241-327

PTS. 307 316 283 423 1329

AVG. 11.4 11.7 9.8 14.1 11.8

#2 - CHERYL WILLIAMS - 1,991 POINTS YRS. 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 Totals:

GP 31 33 30 27 121

FG-FGA 189-377 227-430 235-459 208-404 859-1670

PCT. .501 .528 .512 .514 .514

#3 - AUTUMN RADEMACHER - 1,686 POINTS YRS. 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 Totals:

GP 28 32 27 30 117

FG-FGA 155-400 155-425 169-374 147-349 626-1548

PCT. .388 .365 .452 .421 .404

#4 - MICHELLE JAMES - 1,502 POINTS YRS. 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 Totals:

GP 27 27 29 30 113

FG-FGA 113-280 101-234 162-343 145-384 521-1241

PCT. .404 .432 .472 .378 .420

#5 - LISA BLACKBURN - 1,440 POINTS YRS. 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 Totals:

GP 15 33 30 26 104

FG-FGA 129-268 235-537 177-416 78-207 619-1428

#6 - FAITH CYR - 1,425 POINTS YRS. 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 Totals:

GP 27 27 30 27 111

FG-FGA 108-247 140-267 177-349 148-256 573-1119

#7 - PATRICE MARTIN - 1,362 POINTS YRS. 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 Totals:

GP 25 27 29 27 108

FG-FGA 98-263 109-314 162-422 137-368 506-1367

PCT. .373 .347 .384 .372 .370

#8 - MOLLY PETERMAN - 1,329 POINTS YRS. 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 Totals:

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GP 27 27 29 30 113

FG-FGA 115-225 128-256 116-252 169-360 528-1093

PCT. .511 .500 .460 .469 .483


1,000 POINT SCORERS #9 - DAPHNE SMITH - 1,320 POINTS YRS. 84-85 85-86 86-87 Totals:

GP 28 28 27 83

FG-FGA 131-327 227-543 202-474 560-1344

PCT. .401 .418 .426 .417

#10 - REGINA PIERCE - 1,287 POINTS YRS. 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 Totals:

GP 26 15 24 18 83

FG-FGA 156-352 102-240 179-394 120-283 557-1269

PCT. .443 .425 .454 .424 .439

#11 - SHARI HILL - 1,255 POINTS YRS. 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 Totals:

GP 28 28 27 29 112

FG-FGA 77-213 111-286 117-313 150-365 455-1177

PCT. .362 .388 .374 .411 .389

#12 - JEANIE HILL - 1,199 POINTS YRS. 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 Totals:

GP 32 24 29 28 113

FG-FGA 91-266 99-225 135-307 133-353 458-1151

PCT. .342 .440 .440 .377 .398

#13 - MANDY CHANDLER - 1,181 POINTS YRS. 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 Totals:

GP 25 28 27 28 108

FG-FGA 51-166 102-292 112-325 144-348 409-1131

PCT. .307 .349 .345 .414 .362

FT-FTA 31-47 59-86 37-48 127-181

PTS. 293 513 514 1320

AVG. 10.5 18.3 19.0 15.9

FT-FTA 51-65 25-45 52-70 45-66 173-246

PTS. 363 229 410 285 1287

AVG. 13.9 15.3 17.1 15.8 15.5

FT-FTA 29-45 50-66 47-55 47-66 173-232

PTS. 200 310 331 414 1255

AVG. 7.1 11.1 12.3 14.3 11.2

FT-FTA 30-47 30-42 46-54 53-56 149-199

PTS. 248 240 352 359 1199

AVG. 7.8 10.0 12.1 12.8 10.6

FT-FTA 43-66 82-113 91-129 146-200 362-508

PTS. 145 286 316 434 1181

AVG. 5.8 10.2 11.7 15.5 10.9

FT-FTA 15-19 27-33 43-55 26-41 111-148

PTS. 126 277 388 352 1143

AVG. 5.3 9.9 13.4 12.6 10.5

FT-FTA 47-58 56-75 78-103 44-58 225-294

PTS. 215 218 344 261 1038

AVG. 7.5 7.5 11.9 9.3 8.9

FT-FTA 28-42 58-92 62-90 29-48 177-272

PTS. 194 328 290 221 1033

AVG. 6.3 9.9 9.7 9.6 8.8

#14 - LINDSAY PASQUINZO - 1,143 POINTS YRS. 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 Totals:

GP 24 28 29 28 109

FG-FGA 43-161 107-299 138-343 132-314 420-1117

PCT. .267 .358 .402 .420 .376

#15 - KATIE SOLNER - 1,038 POINTS YRS. 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 Totals:

GP 30 29 29 28 116

FG-FGA 78-169 72-168 117-294 92-210 359-841

PCT. .462 .429 .398 .438 .427

#16 - MARY LILLIE - 1,033 POINTS YRS. 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 Totals:

GP 31 33 30 23 117

FG-FGA 83-226 136-356 114-320 96-242 429-1144

PCT. .367 .382 .356 .397 .375

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TITAN ALUMNI

"Coach Rad's example of hard work and dedication caught our attention and made us want to be just as dedicated and work just as hard. She craved a Horizon League Championship and that made us even more hungry! We were a FAMILY and stuck together no matter what! The returners, plus our "Phenoms," made the Titans a force to be reckoned with! My senior year was just the beginning of the Great Things to come! To my Family, Good Luck this season and I'll see you ALL at the Horizon League CHAMPIONSHIP Game! GO TITANS!" -Sandi Brown

"As a program and as a team we work entirely too hard not to be rewarded...despite adversity, the injuries, and other distractions Detroit women's basketball has one goal...and nothing is going to stand in our way...WE can only defeat ourselves" -Zemora Davis

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"Coach Rad came in and saw my abilities and how they could fit into her scheme. She was willing to give me a chance where others wouldn’t. My time at Detroit was great. We worked hard as a team on and off the court and it was great to see everything pay off with some big wins over ranked teams like Georgia and Green Bay. I will always be a Titan.” -Brigid Mulroy

"Being a part of Detroit women’s basketball as a student-athlete, opened many doors for me, and played a huge role in fulfilling my goals. I feel very blessed for the many opportunities, experiences, and lessons learned; but, most importantly, I am so grateful for the sense of family that made UDM feel like my home away from home." -Dominica Whittaker


WELCOME TO DETROIT

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Keri Gaither was appointed as University of Detroit Mercy’s Director of Athletics in May of 2007, less than six months after being asked to serve as Interim Director of Athletics. Soon after taking the helm of Titan athletics, Gaither announced the expansion of the Detroit Titans Division I sports program from 16 to 19 teams with the addition of men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse and men’s tennis, all of which began play in 2008-09. In her first two years, Gaither also expanded the athletic staff by adding eight full-time positions to the department, directed the building and completion of a new $1.6 million all-purpose synthetic turf field and track, and was responsible for the hiring of men’s basketball coach Ray McCallum, women’s basketball coach Autumn Rademacher, and softball coach Sunny Jones. Gaither recently completed a successful fundraising campaign for the renovation of the men’s basketball office suite and recently completed tennis complex that includes eight new tennis courts, a tennis pavilion and a new grass field which will accommodate the lacrosse and soccer teams. Gaither was recognized for her strong leadership as UDM’s Director of Athletics when she was appointed to the University of Detroit Mercy’s (UDM) senior leadership team as a member of the Associate Vice President’s group in June of 2007. UDM Athletic Director, For the three years preceding her appointment as A.D., Gaither served as second in command for Keri Gaither the Detroit Titans Athletic Department and also supervised nine Titan women’s varsity sports as the Senior Associate Athletic Director. During her tenure as Senior Associate A.D., Gaither played an instrumental role in the planning and implementation of women’s golf in 2004 when it became UDM’s 16th varsity team. Prior to her selection as A.D., Gaither had served in several key administrative roles for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics including stints as Senior Woman Administrator and Director of Business Operations. Gaither Chaired the Detroit Local Organizing Committee (DLOC) for the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four which was played in front of a record-setting crowd of 72,922 at Ford Field in Detroit as the University of Detroit Mercy served as the host institution. As the DLOC Chair, Gaither provided strong leadership for the DLOC and maintained ultimate responsibility for the local operations of the Final Four event. Gaither held the same position, in addition to being designated Tournament Director, for the 2008 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional. As a current member of the Horizon League’s Executive Council, Gaither is actively involved with League operations. She currently serves on the League’s Men’s Basketball Strategic Planning Committee and has served on both the finance and television committees. In July of 2010, Gaither was appointed a new member of the Executive Committee of the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association. She is one of just 13 members serving on the Executive Committee, which works on behalf of the membership of the D1-AAA, in addition to its President and five other officers. Gaither was also appointed to the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee (MOIC) in September of 2009. As one of six Division I members on the 15-person committee, Gaither is currently in year two of a four-year term. The MOIC was formed to review issues related to the interests of ethnic minorities and women with a focus on education and welfare of minority student-athletes, as well as the enhancement of opportunities for ethnic minorities and women in coaching, athletics administration, officiating and the NCAA governance structure. In March of 2008, Gaither was presented with the Phenomenal Women’s Ashley Gray Legacy Award by the University of Detroit Mercy’s Student Programming Board. This award was presented for her outstanding contribution toward the growth and development of students as the Director of Athletics at UDM. Gaither was also honored in September of 2008 when she was named one of Crain’s Detroit Business’ “2008 Women to Watch” for her goals and initiatives in the Detroit Titans athletics program and her leadership in serving as chair of Detroit’s Local Organizing Committee for the 2009 NCAA Final Four. While a member of the 2006 UDM Self-Study Steering Committee for NCAA Athletic Certification, Gaither also served on the Equity and Student-Athletic Welfare Sub-Committee and was designated the campus liaison during the certification process. Shortly after the University received its full certification in April of 2007, Gaither was asked by the NCAA to serve as a Peer-Review Team Member. Past University appointments include chairing UDM’s prioritization sub-committee and serving on various search committees. She is a past Board Member for the University of Detroit Mercy’s Women’s Studies Program and served on the Women’s Studies Program Development Sub-committee. She also participated as a member of the Tourism Action Group (TAG) Hospitality Committee, a group organized by the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitor Bureau dedicated to training the hospitality industry for Detroit-area events such as the 2005 MLB All Star Game, Super Bowl XL, as well as future major events. In 2006, the Titan AD completed the NCAA’s inaugural Leadership Institute for Ethnic Minority Females, a leadership development program sponsored by the NCAA Office for Diversity and Inclusion and the Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee. The Leadership Institute, designed to address the critical shortage of senior-level minority administrators at NCAA member institutions and conference offices, prepares diverse leaders through a 12-month leadership training and skills development experience. Gaither served as a past steering committee member of the Women’s Leadership Symposium for Intercollegiate Athletics and recently assisted in coordinating its national leadership conference. Gaither is also a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA), the Minority Opportunities Athletic Association (MOAA), and the Black Coaches Association (BCA). Graduating magna cum laude from the University of Detroit Mercy, Gaither earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics. During her undergraduate studies, she was a two-time recipient of the College of Liberal of Arts’ Economics Student of the Year Award. Gaither and her husband, Brad Trombley, reside in Pleasant Ridge with their two children, Elliott (19), a junior at the University of Detroit Mercy majoring in Engineering, and daughter Kennedy (13).

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POINTS OF PRIDE ACADEMIC ACCOLADES KEEP ROLLING IN FOR DETROIT Three members of the 2010 Horizon League Champion Detroit Titans men’s golf team – David Byrne, Jeff Clarridge and Britt Pronk – were named to the Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars Team, while five members of the 2010 Horizon League champion Titan women’s golf team - Alex Aversa, Rachel McHenry, Alainna Stefan, Marni Achterhoff Collette Hansen - were honored by the National Golf Coaches Association as members of its All-American Scholar Teams. In addition, UDM women’s basketball senior Brigid Mulroy was named an honorable mention member of the 2010 Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team. The Detroit men’s and women’s track and field teams were recognized for its work in the classroom as both programs were named one of the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Association’s (USTFCCA) All-Academic Scholar Teams of the Year for the 2009-10 season, while the men’s and women’s cross country programs earned AllAcademic Team status for 2009.

semester in which over 50 percent of the University’s student-athletes have achieved a 3.0 or better. More than 100 student-athletes were listed on the Horizon League’s fall and spring Academic Honor Roll, while 18 Titans were selected to the HL All-Academic Teams. For the Titans competing out of the Horizon League, six men’s lacrosse players landed on the All-MAAC Academic Team, while a conference best five women lacrosse players were selected to the All-NLC Academic Team DETROIT ATHLETICS INKS PARTNERSHIP DEAL WITH NIKE The Detroit Titans Athletic Department announced an exclusive agreement with Nike last October– Nike will now provide apparel for all 19 of the Titans’ Division I varsity teams as part of the deal. In the near future, Titan fans will be able to “Wear What the Titans Wear” by purchasing officially-licensed Detroit Titan Logoed Nike products on-line and at Calihan Hall in the Titan Gift Shop. UDM SEES HALL OF FAME GROW TO 112 MEMBERS

The Titan men’s golf team was honored by the Golf Coaches Association of America for having one of the 10 highest Division I team grade point averages in the nation for 2010-11. With a 3.58 team GPA, the Titans were recognized as a President’s Special Recognition status for earning a team GPA of at least a 3.50. The men’s and women’s tennis teams earned ITA All-Academic Teams in the summer of 2010, while Alex Latosinsky, Nick Tolomei, Patrick Troy, Melanie Capuano, Svetlana Flankova, Carolina Salas Espinosa and Sophie SjobergSundstrom were all ITA ScholarAthletes.

The ranks of the Detroit Titans Sports Hall of Fame swelled by 10 in January as the 2010 Induction Class – which includes former Horizon League Men’s Basketball Players of the Year Jermaine Jackson and Rashad Phillips – was inducted during halftime of the men’s basketball game against Wright State.

Over 65 percent of all Detroit studentathletes were named to the AD Honor Roll, which marked the 19th consecutive

Together, they will bring the number of greats in the Hall of Fame to 112. UDM established its Sports Hall of Fame in

The class also includes two other former Detroit basketball greats (Cassandra Pack and Joe Kopicki) as well as former stars from baseball (Pat Adams and Mike Pesci), cross country/track and field (Ken Dubois and Kim Jess), golf (Adam Walicki) and tennis (Maria Pandele).

1977, during the University’s Centennial year, in order to honor those studentathletes, coaches and administrators who have helped develop the successful tradition of Titan Athletics. TITANS OUT IN THE COMMUNITY A number of the UDM Titan athletic programs and student-athletes were involved in community service projects throughout the year. The StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) was busy handing out meals to the homeless in downtown Detroit as part of its “Sandwich Bus” initiative. The UDM women’s lacrosse team helped raise money for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance during one of its home games, while the men’s team played at the Annual Nick Colleluori Classic, a fall scrimmage, to benefit cancer awareness. The women’s basketball squad visited GESU Elementary School for a reading exercise for grades kindergarten through sixth grade, and the men’s program visited God Land Church in Detroit to help distribute Thanksgiving Day dinners to families in need before the Thanksgiving holiday. TITANS RECEIVE HIGH MARKS IN LATEST NCAA’S APR REPORT No less than eight Titan athletic teams brought home perfect scores in the NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate report issued in June for 2008-09. At the same time, every one of Detroit’s varsity teams registered a multi-year APR above the minimum standard (925) established by the NCAA. And no contemporaneous or historical penalties were cited against UDM as all varsity teams met NCAA standards. Eight teams which received perfect 1000’s for 2008-09 are men’s and women’s fencing, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s track and field and softball.

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SPORTS MEDICINE At the University of Detroit Mercy, the sports medicine staff is committed to providing the best care to all Titan athletes. Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine Michael Miller coordinates and oversees the sports medicine services at UDM for over 250 student-athletes. The sports medicine staff is responsible for assessing athletic injuries and illnesses, administering first aid and CPR care, making medical referrals, and preventing and rehabilitating athletic injuries that occur during the school year. The sports medicine department is under the guidance of Dr. Michael Workings, a family practice physician from the Henry Ford Health System. Dr. Workings also acts as the Team Physician for the Detroit Tigers. Dr. Terrence Lock is back as the team orthopedic, while joining the staff for the 2010-11 season is Dr. Rehal Bhojani and Dr. Patrick JeanPierre, who will provide clinic and game coverage.

Michael Miller Asst. AD for Sports Medicine

Chris Hinderliter Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

Ashley VanMeter Asst. Director of Sports Medicine

Lorena Carithers Athletic Training Intern

Adam Siero Athletic Training Intern

Victoria Vintevoghel Graduate Athletic Trainer

The athletic training facility is located at Calihan Hall. This training facility is equipped with a taping and first aid station, treatment and modality tables, hydrotherapy whirlpools, and rehabilitative equipment. The goals of the University of Detroit Mercy Sports Medicine Department are to prevent athletic injuries as much as possible through effective injury prevention programs, and to return injured athletes to their previous competitive status in the safest and quickest manner possible.

Dr. Michael G. Workings Team Physician

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Dr. Terrence R. Lock Team Orthopedist


STRENGTH & CONDITIONING The main goal of the Strength and Conditioning Department is to help the student-athlete improve physically and mentally in their respective sport. This will be accomplished in such a way that is safe and efficient for each individual athlete. As the student-athlete participates in these activities we will work to lessen the possibility of injury or re-injury. If an injury should occur, we will work with the Sports Medicine Staff and the student-athlete to complete rehabilitation. Each team will have an individualized program based on their particular sport. Each program takes into account the intensity level, the physical demands, and skill involved in each individual sport and also each individual student-athlete. All teams and individuals will be subject to performance tests that will help design each program and also will help to determine the success of the program.

Joe Tofferi Asst. AD for Strength & Conditioning

The Strength and Conditioning Staff will work with each individual coach at all times. Each coach will receive updated attendance, evaluation, and comments on a regular basis about each student-athlete. Communication is the key to success in the weight room and on the playing field. The Titans condition and train in the Larry Bleach Weight Room, located in Calihan Hall. All UDM student-athletes are trained under the supervision of two full-time certified strength and conditioning coaches, as well as two intern assistants. Every member of the Titan strength and conditioning staff is assigned a team, which allows daily interaction between the athletes and the coaches. Such interaction is a tremendous asset when developing a program that best serves the athlete and the team.

Nick Wilson Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach

In the past three years, the weight room expanded by over 400 square feet. Olympic style platforms, squat racks, stretch and other auxiliary speed equipment have also been added, all designed and implemented to improve the Titans’ speed and power. The center also features the ONS Performance nutritional shake, which is designed to help every athlete recover from training and conditioning with a supplement increase in their protein and carbohydrate intake. The UDM strength and conditioning staff has not only helped the Titan studentathletes, but professional athletes as well. UDM graduate and current New Orleans Hornet guard Willie Green comes back to use the facilities during the offseason as well as major league pitcher and former Tiger Nate Robertson.

Adam Gentry Strength and Conditioning Assistant

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ACADEMIC SUPPORT / COMPLIANCE When talking about students who compete in a varsity sport, the term typically used is “studentathlete.” The word “student” comes first, and that’s the way the University of Detroit Mercy approaches all of its athletic team members. Although performance in competition is important, they are students first, and athletes second, with their performance in the classroom plenty important in Titan Territory. UDM’s Center for Student-Athlete Development, one of the first of its kind, offers programs for academic classes, drug education, student enhancement and works to improve communication skills. All 19 varsity teams are encouraged to take full advantage of the programs offered at the center. The center also heads up the NCAA Life Skills Program, which focuses on the student in student-athlete and how to deal with issues that all student-athletes today must face. Through seminars, guest speakers and NCAA videos, studentathletes are made aware of issues such as gambling and drug and alcohol abuse, and how to deal with these concerns.

Steve Corder Asst. AD for NCAA Compliance

Amy Paling Asst. Director of Compliance/ Academic Cord.

graduation. In addition, student-athletes are helped with their tutorial needs through the use of the studentrun Learning Center, where professors and students donate their time as tutors.

The center is made possible, in part, by a grant from the NCAA. In conjunction with the staff of the University Learning Center, members of the center’s staff teach UAS 107, “Athletes in Transition,” each year. All freshman and transfer student-athletes must take this course during their studies at UDM. The course deals with how student-athletes can make the transition from high school to college. This important class teaches student-athletes to deal with time and stress management, study skills and the importance of good nutritional habits. Another example of Detroit’s commitment to its student-athletes’ academic excellence is the Athletic Academic Coordinator’s post. Since the position was created, UDM’s graduation rate for student-athletes has steadily risen. Assistant Athletic Director For NCAA Compliance Steve Corder, no stranger to collegiate athletics as he played soccer for Detroit from 199498, and his staff carefully track each Titan’s academic progress to make sure they are on the right path toward

The student-athletes’ academic progress is closely monitored and study table is set up to assist the Titans with any and all academic areas, including providing tutors and a writing lab. The center is open daily and also has evening hours to work around a student-athlete’s busy schedule. All freshmen must take part in the study table, as well as other student-athletes who have not yet achieved a 2.75 GPA.

2009-10 Women's Basketball Academic Honors

The University of Detroit Mercy is committed to the principles of institutional control in operating our athletic department. We are responsible for adhering to the rules, regulations and spirit of the NCAA, Horizon League and the University.

Horizon League Academic Honor Roll: (Spring Semester) Heather Hatter, Brigid Mulroy, Sierra Spaude (Fall Semester) Hatter, Mulroy, Spaude Athletic Director’s Honor Roll: Lauren Allen, Heather Hatter, Jalesa Jones, Brigid Mulroy, Sierra Spaude, Jaimee Stoner, Cherridy Thornton.

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The University of Detroit Mercy Compliance Office directs this effort and acts a primary resource concerning NCAA rules, regulations and compliance issues. We ensure that our institution complies with all NCAA standards and we are responsible for monitoring all athletic programs to assure compliance.


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Richard Abdoo (Retired President & CEO, Wisconsin Energy) Thomas Angott (Chairman, CF Burger Creamery)

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Anita Barone (Actress) Stephanie Bergeron (Ret. VP & Treasurer, Goodyear Tire & Rubber) Emil Brolick (President, YUM! Brands)

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Willie Green

BusAdm ’49 LAE ’86 BusAdm ’81 BusAdm ‘69, ’70

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Cynthia Canty (Radio Personality, WMGC-FM) LAE ’75 Thomas Capo BusAdm ’73, ’75, ’80 (Chairman, Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group) Michael F. Cavanagh ( Justice, Michigan Supreme Court) LAE ’62, LW ’66 Maura Corrigon ( Justice, Michigan Supreme Court) LW ’73 Matthew Cullen (President & COO Rock Enterprises) BusAdm ’83

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Richard Damman (Retired President Damman Hardware) Christopher Darga (Actor) Thomas Denomme (Ret. Vice Chair & CAO, DaimlerChrysler)

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BusAdm ‘68, ‘74 LAE ‘80 BusAdm ’61

Michael Evans (President Loyola High School, MI) Warren Evans (Sheriff, Wayne County)

LAE ‘75 LAE ’79

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W. James Farrell (Ret. Chairman & CEO, IL Tool Works) E&S ’68 Anne Carins Federlein (President, Kentucky Wesleyan Coll.) LAE ‘41 Robert Ficano (Executive, Wayne County) LW ’77 Angelina Fiordellis (Actress) LAE ‘81

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Eugene A. Gargaro (Sr. Vice President, Masco Corporation) LW ’67 Robert Goodenow (Former Exec. Dir., NHL Players Assoc.) LW ’79 Willie Green (NBA player, Philadelphia 76ers) LAE ‘03 Roman S. Gribbs (Fmr. Mayor, City of Detroit) BusAdm ’52, LW ’54

2002 Horizon League Player of the Year Willie Green -L-

James D Lark (Owner, The Lark) Elmore Leonard (Author/Screenplay Writer) Albert Lorenzo (President, Macomb County CC)

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Thaddeus McCotter LAE ’87, LW ’90 (Congressman, US House of Representatives) Isaiah McKinnon LAE ‘75, ‘78 (Former Chief of Police, City of Detroit) William Morrow (Exec. VP, Crain Communications) BusAdm ’68 Peter Munoz (Director, Michigan State Police) LAE ’76

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John P. Hayes (Ret. Chairman & CEO, National Gypsum) BusAdm ’43 Robert Hendry (Retired CFO, General Motors) BusAdm ’69 Sister Mary Ellen Howard (Dir., St. Frances Cabrini Clinic) CHP ’68 William Hermann (Managing Partner, Plante & Moran) BusAdm ‘72 Jerome Horwitz (Scientist) LAE ‘42, ‘44

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Frank Kelley (Attorney General Emeritus, State of Michigan) LW ’51 David Patrick Kelley (Actor) LAE ‘77 John C. Kennedy (President & CEO, Autocam Corp.) BusAdm ’79 Jeanette Klemczak (Chief Nursing Exec., State of Michigan) CHP ’65 James Kokas (President/Owner, Opus One) LAE ‘73

Allison Payne i s a seven-time Emmy award winning anchor at CW affiliate and cable superstation WGN-TV in Chicago. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in Liberal Arts from the University of Detroit in 1985.

LAE ‘52 LAE ’50 BusAdm ’65, ’66

Benny Napoleon (Sheriff, Wayne County) Joseph Nathan (Ret. President & COO, Compuware Corp.) James Norrod (President, Segway)

LAE ‘82 LAE ’74, BusAdm ’78

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James O’Sullivan (Pres. & CEO, Mazda North American Oper.)

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L. Brooks Patterson (Executive, Oakland County) Allison Payne (News Anchor, WGN-TV) Marlena Lazar-Peleo (Chief Creative Officer, McDonald’s Corp.)

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BusAdm ‘75 BusAdm ’76, ’84

LAE ’61, LW ’67 LAE ’85 LAE ‘72

Arlene Robinson (CEO, Girl Scouts of Metro Detroit) Louis Rossetti (Chairman & CEO, Rossetti Associates)

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David Schembri (President, Smart USA) David Stangis (VP Corp. Social Responsibilitiy, Campbell Soup) Robert Soulliere (President & CEO, ThyssenKrupp)

LAE ’75 AR ’59 BusAdm ‘75 E & S ‘87 BusAdm ‘85

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Andy Vazzano (Pres. & Managing Partner, SmithGroup) BusAdm ’80

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William C. Young (President, Absopure Water Co.)

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DETROIT TITAN UDM established its Sports Hall of Fame in 1977 in order to honor those student-athletes, coaches and administrators who have helped develop the successful tradition of Titan Athletics. The Hall of Fame now has 112 members, following the 10 latest additions made on Homecoming Weekend on Jan. 26, 2010. The 2002 induction dinner was truly one to remember. The inductees included two of the Titans’ former basketball AllAmericans, Terry Tyler and John Long – or Thunder The 2010 Titan Hall of Fame Class is inducted at halftime of the men’s and Lightning, as they basketball game against Wright State on Jan. 26. were affectionately known during their playing days – as well as the 1960 Titan football team as a unit. Additionally, the beautiful new Hall of Fame display in the Calihan Hall lobby was unveiled that night for a crowd which would fill the arena’s main floor during the induction dinner. Long and Tyler were part of one of the winningest eras of Titan basketball, having helped their team to an 8625 record over their four years combined. They helped the Titans to an NCAA Tournament berth in 1977, and an NIT appearance one year later. Long was the only player ever to lead the Titans in scoring for four straight varsity seasons, and he’s still the second-leading point producer in school history. Tyler, meanwhile, is the all-time Detroit leader for blocked shots in a game, a season and a career. He is also second in career field goal percentage and sixth in scoring. The pair’s old coach, none other than Dick Vitale, was the keynote speaker at his former players’ induction dinner. The present-day ESPN/ABC telecaster kept the audience captivated for more than an hour with his memories of coaching the Titans. The 1960 football squad became the first team ever to be inducted into the Hall of Fame en masse. That team finished the season 7-2 – the winningest U-D record of the post-World War II era. Two of those victories, over Cincinnati and Xavier, came by shutout. Future pro stars Larry Vargo, Bruce Maher, Steve Stonebreaker and Jerry Gross were all part of the 1960 Titan roster. The most recent induction class included four former basketball players – Joe Kopicki, Jermaine Jackson, Rashad Phillips and, from the women’s team, Cassandra Pack – as well as former stars from baseball (Pat Adams and Mike Pesci), cross country/track and field (Ken Dubois and Kim Jess), golf (Adam Walicki) and tennis (Maria Pandele).

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HALL OF FAME Inductee Sport The 1960 Titan Football Team Harry Ackermann Swimming Pat Adams Baseball Grady Alderman Football Bob Babbish Golf Chuck Baer Football Coach Vince Banonis Football Ed Barbour Football Player, Coach Al Baumgart Football Joseph Beer Football Paul Bibeau Baseball John Biringer Football Larry Bleach Basketball Lloyd Brazil Football Dad Butler Trainer, Coach Bob Calihan Basketball Dan Cantillon Fencing Pudge Cavanaugh Tennis Mary (Lillie) Cicerone Basketball Earl “Dutch� Clark Football Coach Earl Clark Jr. Tennis Player, Coach Tom Connell Football John Conti Football Frank Corej Baseball Pete Craig Baseball Cindy Crosbie Softball Earl Cureton Basketball Bill Daly Track Coretta Daniels Basketball Dave DeBusschere Basketball Gus Dorais Football Coach Ken Dubois Cross Country, Track Terry Duerod Basketball Dick Dzik Basketball Bill Ebben Basketball Andy Farkas Football George Fefles Basketball Tim Finnin Football Cindy Fix Soccer Al Ghesquiere Football William Giovan Fencing Ralph Goldstein Basketball Nate Goodnow Football Bob Greiner Football Jerry Gross Football Wally Gruber Football, Track Ken Hamann Baseball Spencer Haywood Basketball Fred Hooker Fencing Bob Ivory Football Jermaine Jackson Basketball Kim Jess Track William Kelly Joyce Golf Coach Mike Kaysserian Football Howard Keating Football Kal Kaliszewski Soccer John Kirwan Basketball Brad Kinsman Athletic Director

Year 2001 1986 2010 1979 1980 1980 1977 1980 1989 1985 1982 1982 1980 1977 1977 1977 1980 1988 2007 1978 1985 1980 1984 1986 1980 2007 2007 1987 1989 1977 1977 2010 1993 1983 1978 1977 1988 1980 2007 1981 1980 1982 1980 1986 1980 1983 1988 1993 1986 1981 2010 2010 1981 1980 1984 2007 1981 2007

Inductee Greg Kocab Sam Kocsis Joe Kopicki Robert Koval Jack Kurkowski Harold Lauer Inductee John Long Ed Lukas Dick Lutz Bruce Maher Gene Malinowski Ted Marchibroda James Massey Art Masucci Denny McCotter Pat McDonald Brendan McNamara Bob Miller Cheryl (Williams) Miller Dorie Murrey John Mulroy Charley North Doug Nott Brakie Orr Cassandra Pack Terry Page Ed Palumbo Maria Pandele Bud Payne Richard Perry Mike Pesci Rashad Phillips Walter Poff Mike Polvi Bob Prendergast Al Rappaport Bruce Rodwan Harold Ryan Larry Salci John Shada Tyrone Simmons Steve Stonebreaker Gerry Surowiec Norm Swanson Tom Thornton Bill Turkington Terry Tyler Larry Vargo Dick Vitale Tillie Voss Tom Watrous Adam Walicki Mike Walsh Bonnie (Fitzpatrick) Wood Ed Wood Joe Wright

Sport Fencing Golf Basketball Football Football Football Sport Basketball Basketball Player, Coach Football Football Football Football Football Football Football Fencing Basketball Baseball Basketball Basketball Administration Basketball Football Baseball Basketball Basketball Football Tennis Football Fencing Coach Baseball Basketball Basketball Baseball Baseball Track Basketball Track Basketball Football Player, Coach Fencing Football Fencing Basketball Football Baseball Basketball Football Basketball Coach Football, Basketball Golf Golf Basketball, Baseball Cross Country/Track Football Football/Basketball/Baseball

Year 1987 1986 2010 1988 1982 1981 Year 2001 1983 1981 1979 1981 1983 1986 1981 1988 1981 1982 1979 2005 1984 2005 2005 1980 1984 2010 1985 1983 2010 1984 1980 2010 2010 1981 1989 1981 1987 1987 1988 1986 1980 1982 1987 1989 1980 1981 1987 2001 1987 1993 1978 1984 2010 1989 2007 1983 1980

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CITY OF DETROIT Having celebrated its tricentennial in 2001, Greater Detroit has the best of the old and the most promising of the new. From Greektown to Bricktown, Detroit has it all. The oldest city in the Midwest, Detroit was discovered in 1701 and has since become the center of business and recreation for millions. It is the largest city in Michigan and the 11th largest in the United States. Encompassing three counties — Wayne, Oakland and Macomb — the Metropolitan Detroit area spans 2,026 square miles and is home to 4.4 million people, nearly one million of whom live within the City of Detroit. Detroit’s vibrant, 75-acre Civic Center is a riverfront mecca for convention, entertainment, festival and sporting activities. Home to Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center and Arena, Joe Louis Arena and Philip A. Hart Plaza, the Civic Center is adjacent to some of the area’s finest hotels, top-notch restaurants and the famous Renaissance Center. Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center underwent a $200 million expansion, which was completed in 1989 and increased the facility’s exhibit space to 720,000 square feet, making it one of the nation’s largest convention centers. Renaissance Center, now the world headquarters for General Motors, is the city’s largest office complex, with seven gleaming towers of activity located on the Detroit riverfront. The 73-story Marriott Hotel is housed within this symbol of downtown development. Long known as the automobile capital of the world, the Detroit area is headquarters to all of the major automobile companies. While a lot of the area’s industry centers around the “horseless carriage,” Detroit is more than a smokestack

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town. Home to 16 of the Fortune 1000 firms, greater Detroit ranks sixth among U.S. cities in total spendable income. A short walk from the riverfront and the rigors of business is the enjoyment of exciting ethnic nightlife, known to Detroiters as Greektown. A two-block area of authentic Greek food and entertainment, Greektown became an even more invigorating locale in recent years with the addition of the Greektown Casino, one of three major casinos operating near downtown. One can enjoy art and scan the shelves that house 2.5 million books in the Detroit Public Library; and experience Michigan’s Underground Railroad movement at the Museum of African-American History. Americana at its finest is displayed at Dearborn’s Henry Ford and Greenfield Village. While The Henry Ford is a museum that displays artifacts and implements used in earlier times, Greenfield Village demonstrates how these items were used and how they affected lifestyles. Music for every taste abounds in Greater Detroit. The Detroit symphony is world-renowned. Jazz greats join local performers at the annual Montreaux Jazz Festival. Popular music fans are entertained at several area music houses including the Royal Oak Music Theater, Orchestra Hall and the Fox Theatre. Detroit is a great sports town, known throughout the country for its enthusiastic fans. The Detroit Tigers play in Comerica Park, which opened in 2000 and hosted the 2005 Major League All-Star Game as well as 2006 World Series contests. Immediately adjacent to the Tigers’ home, the NFL Lions play in another wonderful new facility, Ford Field, which hosted Super Bowl XL in 2006. The 2008 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Regional was played in Ford Field as was the 2009 Final Four, both of the events, incidentally, hosted by UDM. The 2008 Stanley Cup Champion Red Wings call Joe Louis Arena home. The NBA Detroit Pistons play in the Palace of Auburn Hills. Two-thirds of a mile across the Detroit River lies Windsor, Ontario, Canada. To celebrate the friendship and independence of the two nations, the International Freedom Festival is held for two weeks each summer, with activities in both countries.


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Great things happen

the time


We want

great things

for you and they happen here.

Like, what great things? Well, you could meet a professor who changes the way you think—and discover a major that becomes your life’s work. You could make a difference firsthand by feeding the homeless on the Sandwich Bus. You could go on amazing journeys, whether it’s a midnight bike tour of downtown Detroit, or a trip to San Francisco to present your undergraduate research project to an audience of PhDs. All the great things that happen while you’re at UDM will get you ready for all the great things that will come afterwards.


Day in the Life 2 Academics 6 Co-ops & Internships 12 College Life 16 Athletics 20 Academic Programs 22 Visit, Financial Aid & Admissions 24 UDM at-a-glance & map inside back cover

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Great thingS

Architect Magazine calls UDM’s architecture program one of “Six Schools Committed to Social Justice.”


Great thinGs happen

every day. We followed a couple of UDM students around all day so you could see what life is like here. One’s a freshman, the other’s a senior. One’s female, the other’s male. One lives on campus, the other commutes from home. But this part’s the same: both have great things happening for them at UDM.

I’m totally awake and ready to go. Really, I am.

7:50

DAY In the LIFe

am

The QuaD

Name: Andrea Evans Year: Freshman Major: Biology (pre-dental) Belongs to: Sigma Sigma Sigma; Chemistry Club (UDM’s most popular club) Serious study break: A spontaneous volleyball game on the court outside my hall when the weather’s nice

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2 Chantel

Kiara

me Jenna

Ashley

11:58

TiTan Dining Room am STuDenT CenTeR

The girls and I never run out of discussion topics—everything from jeans to genes.

2:00

pm

ChemiSTRy lab FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing

Which is the major food group?

Dr. Caspers knew all our names by the second week of class.


Biology midterm: Check. Next! I love the smell of books in the morning.

9:45

11:15 3:28

biology leCTuRe am FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing

2nD FlooR am mCniCholS libRaRy

TiTan FiT Zone pm STuDenT CenTeR

I’m ready for some me time. 3

Coffee and doughnuts after Panhellenic

7:45

gRounDS CoFFeehauS pm STuDenT CenTeR

10:40

my DoRm pm Shiple hall

Hunker down to study with Courtney & Tena


Leading a heated discussion on the Calvin-Benson cycle.

Great thinGs happen

every day. DAY In the LIFe

Name: David Dumais Year: Senior Major: 5-year Physician Assistant program Belongs to: William Beaumont Society 5.3 Representative; 5-year P.A. Program-Mentor Program (chair); Alpha Epsilon Delta Scalpel Reporter; Presidential Ambassador for College of Engineering & Science; Engineering & Science Student Council (past secretary); Chemistry Club Serious study break: A concert at the Magic Stick or dinner at Hockeytown with the guys

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9:45

Room 108 am FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing

1:25

Room 118 pm FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing

Preparing E Coli samples very, very carefully

11:03

Room 105 am FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing

Coffee break with my advisor and mentor, Prof. Greg Grabowski.

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pm

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An Alpha Epsilon Delta meeting with faculty advisor Gerard Albright, S.J., to discuss World Medical Relief project.

It’s what’s called “tension release.” AKA “cracking up.”


It’s never too early to review the basic genetic properties of restriction enzymes.

10:20

10:45

CellulaR anD moleCulaR biology lab am FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing

Room 118 am FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing Don’t be fooled— I am very serious about becoming a P.A. ...and so is Lauren.

Dr. Ottenbreit makes endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus organelles of the eukaryotic cell come alive.

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2:35 3:20

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me

Brad

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Dr. Ottenbreit explaining the midterm grade distribution. Let the A- be mine.

Skulls and knees make my day.

5:08

Room 310 pm FoRD liFe SCienCeS builDing


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ACADeMICS

The most important reason to choose a college is academics. That’s where UDM is particularly great. In fact we’re a topranked school in our category in Michigan. Our menu of majors and degrees is vast as well as excellent, so you’ll have a lot of fantastic choices. Our highly regarded programs in architecture, engineering, nursing, business, cyber security, and psychology have launched thousands of careers, as have our pre-med, pre-dent, and pre-law programs. One more thing: UDM has a top ranking by U.S.News in the “Great schools, great prices” category. see more great things: udmercy.edu/ learn/undergraduate

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four Ways To MULTIPLy THE GrEATnESS FACTor In yoUr EDUCATIon Study Abroad

Students have life-changing experiences taking classes for a semester or more in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, England, Greece, Italy, Mexico, and Poland.

Academic Exploration Program For students who are still deciding on a major, this program allows you to discover your passion.

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Academic matters

Honors Program

Top undergraduates from all our colleges come together in special courses and projects to challenge one another and broaden their horizons.

American Language and Culture Program

This program helps our 600 international students, who come from more than 50 countries, learn about the customs and history of the United States and strengthen their English.


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UDM beat out 50 universities to win top prize at the international Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition. Twice.


9.11 am

David Koukal, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Honors Program EARlY ONE MORNING IN PROFESSOR KOUKAl’S HONORS PHIlOSOPHY ClASS.

PROF: We think our opinions a re in fallible, but clea rly they ’re not. W hy do we make this mistake? ST U DEN T: It’s because we associate with people who have the same opinions as us.

8.42 am

ST U DEN T: I think it ’s because we always hea r our own thoughts. S o the r unning monolog ue of our lives is our own voice inside

ACADeMICS

our heads.

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PROF: It ’s interesting that you refer to thinking as internal d ialog ue. 8.38am 8 That’s exactly what S ocrates says — that thinking is like two people talking in your head.

PROF: W hat i f cer tain doctr ines or my ths a re useful? Should we allow the questioning of 8.41 am thei r tr uth fulness?

Great thinGs happen

every r hou ry hour. hour r. And at any given moment, half the students in David Koukal’s honors philosophy class will be waving their hands in the air. That’s because, as Prof. Koukal likes to say, “philosophy brings you into contact with the most fundamental human questions that human beings ask.” It’s all about learning how to think—a skill that will always be in demand.

ST U DEN T: Suppose we had a secondary discussion, not about the doctr ine’s tr uth fulness but about its usefulness, and came to a 8.29 am unanimous opinion that the my th was in fact actually useful, rega rd less i f it was tr ue? T hen your question would be moot.

8.54 am 8.52 am

PROF: Interesting. 8.34 am


PROF: Let’s look at the S ov iet Un ion as a case i n poi nt. T he preva i l i ng do ctr i ne was that the pa r ty had the best i nt erests of the work i ng class at hea r t. H ist or y has judged that t o have been a fa lse my th. But it was usef u l for ma ny yea rs t o stabi l i ze so ciety. ST U DE N T : Usef u l t o whom ? T he popu lation wasn’t involved in a d iscussion about whether 8.55 am or not it was usef u l. PROF: Poi nt wel l ta ken.

8.45 am 8.58 am

PROF: T he m ista ke Caesa r made was he thought he was i n fa l l ible. ST U DE N T : D id he de cide he was i n fa l l ible, or d id he act on the tr uth that he k new? A nd i f he d id n’t th i n k a ny th i ng was tr ue enough t o act on , then he shou ld n’t be emperor, be cause he wou ld never ma ke a ny de cisions.

8.27 am

PROF: A re you say i ng a l l leaders have t o assume i n fa l l ibi l ity?

9.40.04 am 10.22

ST U DE N T : T hey don’t have t o assume i n fa l l ibi l ity but they have t o act on partial knowledge.

8.28 am

9.46. am

STUDENT : Ri g h t , other wise you ’d be froz en in a k i nd of skeptic al doubt . PROF: So how do we know when something is tr ue? W e can feel sur e about all kinds of th i n gs and still be wrong.

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How does our faculty teach?

14:1

ACADeMICS

At a time when many colleges and universities are making classes a lot bigger, UDM continues to maintain its low 14:1 student-faculty ratio. And that’s the fundamental value of a UDM education—up-close-and-personal attention from professors, coaches, and mentors who are thinking first and foremost about teaching you. In fact, when our students talk about what they like about UDM, it’s faculty they always mention first. These are real experts who keep their office doors open, who answer your e-mails at midnight, who give you hands-on research opportunities, and conduct study-abroad trips. And when extraordinary people are invested in your success, it’s a great thing that you’ll carry with you all your life. see more great things: udmercy.edu/about/meet_faculty/index.php

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“When you graduate, you will be in a fantastic position. For one thing, you’ve already worked a full year in industry in a co-op program. You’ll have a tremendous advantage over other people just coming out of school.” Mark Paulik, Professor Electrical & Computer Engineering


“We make ourselves available to students as much as we possibly can, and the students take full advantage of that. I always tell my students, I’m here to give you the tools so you can do the critical thinking and discover the answers yourself.” Ninee Yang, Instructor Health Economics

“Architects from around the country ask me to recommend students to come work for them. I have students now working in California, Alaska, all over the country—and it’s because they’ve been here at UDM.” Daniel Pitera, Associate Professor Architecture

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“If you want small class size paired with extreme interaction with scholars doing cutting-edge research, then this is the place for you.” Matt Mio, Assistant Professor Chemistry & Biochemistry

“You will have so much support during your years here that, when you graduate, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what you want to do, what’s important to you, what your goals are and how to achieve them.” Mary Ann Hazen, Professor Business Administration


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Amber Usher, 20, Nursing major Co-op at DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital Emergency Department

Great thinGs happen

every semester.

“In the ER you have to prioritize and do what’s most important first. They teach you that in nursing school, but with this co-op, I’m actually applying it. We see patients from age 0 to 100. People might come in with a cold or not breathing. So I’m not only hearing about a theory in class or reading it in a book, I’m seeing the process right in front of me. It’s an awesome experience to have before you graduate. Other schools don’t require this like UDM.”


To apply all the great things you learn in the classroom:

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Co-ops & InternshIps

At UDM we believe what you learn in books is only part of the story. A lot of great things also come together when you’re out in the field, or in the lab having realworld experience. That’s why our Career Education Center helps hundreds of students secure co-ops and internships every year. In some programs, paid co-ops are actually a required part of the degree—because we know that the hands-on experience you’ll gain will not only bolster your resume but will be a fantastic complement to the classroom part of your education. It also helps to know that many of our faculty are practicing professionals in their fields—so they can tell you what it’s like out there in the working world. see more great things: udmercy.edu/coop

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“The most beneficial part of my co-op was my improvement in leadership skills” Adam R. Uhlianuk, Civil Engineering Co-op employer: Professional Service Industries, Inc.

“Obviously a co-op or internship is vital to developing a career in architecture. This internship allowed me to learn not only the technical requirements of an architect but also the personal and administrative. I’ve learned a lot about the structure a project takes as it goes through development.” Brian T. Nelsen, Architecture Co-op employer: Kenneth Hahn Architects, Inc

The following companies have hired UDM co-op students: Architecture Albert Kahn Family of Companies (Kahn) Buckeye Construction LLP buildingcommunity WORKSHOP Detroit Collaborative Design Center Hobbs + Black Associates Integrated Design Solutions Katherine Frank Creative, Inc. Kenneth Hahn Architects, Inc. MAC Property Management McGough Companies Merz & Associates, LLC Milnet Architectural Service New Perspective Architects SHW Group LLP Spirit of Space St. Martha Parish SyDesign True North Architecture P.C. University Commons University of Detroit Mercy Urbanistički zavod Republike Srpski USKH Inc. Valley Architects LLP Wolgast Corporation Business American Axle–Human Resources and Finance Deloitte

tried &true

UDM’s co-op program is the first in Michigan and the third-oldest continuous program in the nation.

What is

Co-op?

It’s the best of both worlds. You’re working in a real job with a real salary, AND for required programs, you’re getting college credit toward your degree. In a co-op you apply your theoretical knowledge in a realworld setting. It’s like being paid to have an educational experience. Ford Motor Company–Purchasing Detroit Red Wings Detroit Pistons DENSO–Human Resources and Finance DTE Energy–Human Resources Engineering American Axle & Manufacturing ArvinMeritor Cannon Design Carbon Credit Environmental Services Carrier, Blackman & Associates, PC Charles Pankow Builders Continental Automotive Systems. DENSO International America, Inc. DiClemente Siegel Design, Inc. DTE Energy England Logistics First Energy Nuclear Operating Company Ford Motor Company G2 Consulting Group LLC General Motors Corporation George Auch Company Giffels-Webster Engineers, Inc. Kolene Corporation Lockheed Martin Systems Marshall Erdman & Associates Michigan Department of Transportation Mohr Engineering M.P. Holcomb Engineering Corporation MTU Detroit Diesel, Inc. Municipality of Chatham-Kent National Security Agency Northrop Grumman Corporation Oakwood Group P3 North America, Inc. Peter Basso Associates, Inc.


Plastipak Packaging Professional Service Industries, Inc. (PSI) REI/Korten Rockwell Automation ServoTech Engineering Inc. SHW Group LLP Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Superior Engineering Associates, Inc. TACOM/TARDEC Tech Enterprises Temple-Inland Toyota Technical Center Transportation Equipment Supply Company (TESCO) University of Detroit Mercy Vehma International of America, Inc. Nursing AmeriStaff Nursing Baruch Senior Ministries Bay Regional Medical Center Beechwood Manor Inc. Botsford Hospital Caretel Inns of Lakeland Children’s Hospital of Michigan Covenant HealthCare Crittenton Hospital Medical Center Detroit Receiving Hospital Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan Forest View Hospital Garden City Hospital Harper University Hospital Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA) Heart & Vascular Physicians Henry Ford Health System Hilton Convalescent Home Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital John D. Dingell VA Medical Center Karmanos Cancer Institute Lapeer Regional Medical Center Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers Marywood Health Center (GR Dominicans Healthcare) McLaren Regional Medical Center Meadowlark Retirement Village Metro Health Hospital-Grand Rapids

getting

started Your career begins with a great career office. UDM’s Career Education Center provides workshops, hosts job fairs, and maintains an extensive database of job opportunities.

face to face

Don’t be surprised if you meet your future employer on campus. Employers often come to UDM to participate in career fairs, information sessions, on-campus interviews, and as classroom presenters. Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center Northern Michigan Regional Hospital Nurse Match Staffing Solutions Oak Manor Inc. Oakland Aesthetic Dermatology Oakwood Healthcare, Inc. Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services Porter Hills Retirement Communities & Services Providence Hospital and Medical Centers Railside Living Center Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan Relevar Home Care Robbinswood Assisted Living Community Sinai-Grace Hospital Spectrum Health St. John Hospital-Detroit St. John Macomb Hospital St. John Macomb Hospital-Warren St. Joseph Mercy-Oakland St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital St. Mary Mercy Hospital-Livonia St. Mary’s Health Care-Grand Rapids St. Mary’s Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-Dallas University of Michigan Health System Waltonwood Services LLC WellsBrooke Premium Home Health Care Westways Staffing Services, Inc. William Beaumont Hospitals Sciences Baljinder Pannu, MD CVS Caremark Healthlink Medical Transportation Henry Ford Health System Shelby Family Cosmetic Dentistry Urgent Care 1 Group William Beaumont Hospitals

“This co-op allowed me to put all my learning and knowledge into hands-on experience.” Chelsea R. Lothrop, Nursing Co-op employer: Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital

“Working in both the field and an office setting was incredibly helpful. I have a much more realistic set of expectations of each. Being in the office, I’ve been able to develop some work relationships that have already shown signs of promise for my next co-op assignment.” Patrick R. Andridge, Civil Engineering Co-op employer: Professional Service Industries, Inc.

“This university gave me a great opportunity to work for a local company with a global stature. And at the end of my internship, I received an e-mail extending me a full-time offer to be a financial analyst at Ford.” Alex Watkins, Business Administration/Finance concentration Co-op employer: Ford Motor Company

“Over the course of my co-op I gained not only skills of the trade but also an understanding of the business side of the market that will be important in moving me forward with a career.” Ryan N. Morse, Architecture Co-op employer: SHW Group LLP

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detroit rocks— two million tigers fans can’t be wrong. udm’s career fairs— an extremely great thing.

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singing up a storm at union hours.

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udm engineering students install solar panels on the engineering Building roof.

udm student volunteers with youngsters at Gesu after-school program.

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student takes the challenge on the dual sports equalizer during the spring Blowout event.

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those who possess the rock get to paint it. tree cycling? no, it’s an environmental sculpture created by architecture students.

everyone loves Chemistry Club experiments.

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freshman students take a break after cleaning a school playground as their ptv project.

The Jesuits and the Sisters of Mercy are UDM’s religious sponsors.

udm’s theatre Company performs The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. the annual midnight bike tour: 25 miles, palmer Woods, Greektown, downtown detroit, and a Lafayette Coney island hot dog.

Cement canoe competition.


Packing it all in:

24/7

Astronomical time doesn’t actually expand when you’re at UDM. But with so many things to do, you’ll feel like there’s extra hours in the day. More than 60 student clubs and organizations, intramurals, watching the big game, Greek life—it adds up to a lot of hours and a lot of great times.

Settling in. You’ll probably be surprised at how quickly you’ll feel at home at UDM. We make it easy for you, with a host of opportunities and programs designed to make a smooth transition into college. SOAR: our overnight summer orientation where you’ll meet friends, take placement tests, and register for fall classes.

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Prologues, Transitions & Viewpoints (PTV): a full four days of orientation before classes begin in the fall to launch you on your academic and social journey. The Common Read: a bonding experience through reading, which introduces you as a first-year student to the intellectual culture of university life. The First-Year Experience: a program to support you as you move into one of the most exhilarating phases of your life.

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With six residence halls housing approximately 800 students, our Mcnichols Campus has a smalltown feel in a big-city location. Most freshmen live in traditional residence halls, which makes it easy to meet new people before settling into suite-style residences for the upperclass years. see more great things at udmercy.edu


Professional Organizations (Student Chapters) American Chemistry Society (Chemistry Club) American Institute of Architecture Students American Society of Civil Engineers Association of Computing Machinery Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers National Society of Black Engineers Society of Women Engineers UDM Emerging Green Builders Chapter Honor Societies Alpha Epsilon Delta Alpha Sigma Nu Beta Alpha Psi Iota Iota Iota Phi Alpha Delta Phi Alpha Theta Psi Chi Tau Beta Pi

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Detroit Titans in Motion Dance Team

Ethnic Associations Arab Cultural Society Chaldean American Student Association Chinese Student Association Hispanic American Student Association Indian Student Association International Student Union Muslim Student Association Special Interest Alpha Phi Omega (National Service Fraternity) Biology Club Body Sculptors CST Radio Campus Crusade for Christ Campus Recreation Advisory Board College of Business Student Advisory Board Council on Family Relations Counseling & Addiction Studies Association Detroit Titans in Motion (Dance Team) 1 Engineering & Science Student Council Honors Program Kappa Omicron Kappa Leviathan Self Defense The LOTR Miniatures Club Mercy Ensemble of Praise Pep Band 2 Peace & Justice Social Floor Philosophy Club Pre-Dentistry Students’ Association Political Science Association Student Alumni Association Student Nurse Association Student Programming Board Student Senate Student Social Work Association UDM Men’s Club Hockey 3

Fraternities/Sororities National Panhellenic Conference – Gamma Phi Beta Sorority – Kappa Beta Gamma Sorority – Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. – Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. – Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. North-American Interfraternity Conference – Kappa Delta Rho – Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity – Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity – Sigma Pi Fraternity International UDM Greek Council Fitness & Fun 3–on–3 Basketball 5–on–5 Basketball Badminton Billiards Dodgeball Flag Football Golf Homerun Derby (Softball) Indoor Volleyball Sand Volleyball Soccer Table Tennis Tennis Ultimate Frisbee Yoga

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UDM Pep Band pumps up the crowd at home basketball games.

>60 student clubs and organizations human intramural pyramids during badminton tourney Greek week “50 days of fitness” (do 100 workouts, get a prize)

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Rock climbing during Celebrate Spirit picnic.

The UDM Men’s Club Hockey team in action.


AthletICs

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Three, in fact. UDM fields three new Division I teams—men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, and men’s tennis.

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UDM student-athletes play at the top of their game—our 19 varsity teams are NCAA Division I. In fact, since 1990 the Titans have captured 21 championships, so coming out to cheer them on is the ultimate spectator sport. UDM student-athletes are known for their academic achievement. They rank nationally in the top 5 for academics, and more than half qualify for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. At UDM we value academics first—because we want all our students to look forward to a promising future. see more great things: detroittitans.com

Men’s sports Basketball Cross country Fencing Golf Lacrosse Soccer Tennis Track & Field

Calihan Hall, UDM’s sports complex, is equipped with a professional basketball arena, along with an indoor track and strength fitness room. Other top-grade campus facilities include a new tennis complex and a multi-purpose track and field—available to all UDM students and athletes.

Women’s sports Basketball Cross country Fencing Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis Track & Field

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UDM’s undergraduate programs give you many, many

School of Architecture Architecture (5-year Master’s Degree) Digital Media Studies

opti pti School of Dentistry 7-year BS/DDS Program Dental Hygiene

College of Business Administration

MAjors

Accounting 5-year BSBA/MBA Program Business Administration Concentrations in: Finance International Business Management Marketing

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U.S.News & World Report consistently ranks UDM in the top tier of Midwestern master’s universities.

see more great things: udmercy.edu/learn/colleges-schools


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College of Health Professions Health Services Health Services Administration Physician Assistant (5-year Master’s Degree)

McAuley School of Nursing Nursing

College of Engineering & Science

College of Liberal Arts & Education

Architectural Engineering Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering 7-year Engineering/JD Manufacturing Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Pre-Dentistry Pre-Medical Pre-Physician Assistant

Academic Exploration Program (for undeclared majors) Addiction Studies (and Certificate) African American Studies (Certificate) Catholic Studies (Certificate) Communication Studies Computer Information Systems Criminal Justice Economics Education Elementary Education English Financial Economics (Macomb) History Human Services Language and Culture (Certificate) Legal Administration Legal Studies (Certificate) Liberal Studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Psychology General Developmental Industrial/Organizational Religious Studies Secondary Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Emotionally Impaired /Behaviorally Disabled Learning Disabilities 5-year Teacher Education Program (bachelor’s and master’s degrees) Theatre

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AdMIssIons

The essential steps to put it together.

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howto Visit us. It’s the best way to see all we have to offer, and there are a variety of ways to do it: Come to Visit Days, book an Individual Visit, schedule an Overnight Visit in our residence halls, or shadow a UDM student to classes to experience a “day in the life.” To make a reservation or schedule a visit—or just to talk to a helpful admissions counselor—e-mail us at admissions@udmercy.edu, call 800-635-5020, or go to udmercy.edu/apply/visit_campus

Financial Aid and Scholarships. If you’re thinking you can’t afford a UDM education, you should know that 82 percent of our students receive financial aid packages that cover more than half of tuition and fees. Our financial aid officers will help you maximize your scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Contact us and we’ll show you how. Scholarship and Financial Aid Office: udmercy.edu/finaid 800-635-5020

Apply! It’s free when you apply online. Go to udmercy.edu/apply Questions? E-mail admissions. admissions@udmercy.edu or call the office at 800-635-5020.


University of Detroit Mercy Great numbers.

The University of Detroit Mercy, a Catholic university in the Jesuit and Mercy traditions, exists to provide excellent student-centered undergraduate and graduate education in an urban context. A UDM education seeks to integrate the intellectual, spiritual, ethical, and social development of our students.

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through schools and colleges. UDM’s three campuses are located in Detroit, the 11th-largest city in the nation. UDM students are close to professional opportunities in established fields as well as emerging areas such as life sciences, fuel cell technology, and cyber security. And besides being a great sports town, Detroit is home to some of the best rock, jazz, hip hop, and R&B bands in the country.

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