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Introduction Schedule..........................................................................................................................2 Photos of Classes..........................................................................................................3 2009-10 Season Preview............................................................................................4 Rosters..............................................................................................................................5 Staff Members Head Coach Mona Martin.....................................................................................6-7 Associate Head Coach EJ Ok....................................................................................8 Assistant Coach Amber Magner.............................................................................9 Assistant Coach Gerline Guillaume.................................................................... 10 Support Staff............................................................................................................... 11 Warhawk Players Jesse Carrier..........................................................................................................12-13 Shannon Davis.....................................................................................................14-15 Ashley Wallis.........................................................................................................16-17 Kassie Courtney...................................................................................................18-19 Priscilla Mbiandja................................................................................................20-21 Jordan Rawson.....................................................................................................22-23 Sannisha Williams...............................................................................................24-25 Sumar Leslie..........................................................................................................26-27 Kathryn Lonsberry..............................................................................................28-29 Elizabeth Torres....................................................................................................30-31 Portia Tucker.........................................................................................................32-33 Larrie Williams......................................................................................................34-35 Marion Zollicoffer................................................................................................36-37 Nicole Tucker........................................................................................................38-39 Ashley Wakefield.................................................................................................40-41 Fant-Ewing Coliseum................................................................................................42-43 Non-Conference/Sun Belt Opponents...............................................................44-45

ULM Athletics Mission Statement

The purpose of ULM Athletics is to further the University’s mission by broadening the variety of educational experiences available to students; enlivening, and enriching the life of our academic community; fostering enthusiasm, pride, ownership and loyalty among students, alumni and community; and, serving as a constant public presence for the university’s image. We will do this by offering nationally competitive Division I intercollegiate athletic programs, including Division IA football, that reflect the interest of our students and faculty, the Sun Belt Conference, our alumni and our community of supporters. Athletics is a proper part of the educational mission of the University and, inherently, provides student-athletes with the opportunity to obtain a quality well-rounded education while pursuing their dreams of competing in their chosen sport.

2008-09 Season Review Season Notes.............................................................................................................. 46 Box Scores..............................................................................................................47-57 NCAA/Sun Belt Rankings........................................................................................ 57 Team/Individual Game Highs/Lows................................................................... 58 Overall/Sun Belt/Non-Conference Statistics................................................... 59 Season Results............................................................................................................ 60 Game-by-Game Statistics...................................................................................... 61 Sun Belt Conference Review................................................................................. 62 Records Year-by-Year Results...........................................................................................63-67 Warhawk History....................................................................................................... 68 Honors and Awards............................................................................................69-70 All-Time Letterwinners............................................................................................ 71 NCAA Tournament Teams................................................................................72-73 Miscellaneous Statistics.......................................................................................... 74 Team/Individual Game Records........................................................................... 75 Individual Year-by-Year Statistics......................................................................... 76 2,000/1,000 Point Club............................................................................................ 77 Individual Career Top-10..................................................................................78-79 Individual Season Top-10.................................................................................80-81 Team Season Top-10..........................................................................................82-83 All-Time Team Statistics.......................................................................................... 84 Coaching Records..................................................................................................... 84 Records vs. Opponents.....................................................................................85-91 This is ULM This is ULM................................................................................................................... 92 The Campus of ULM...........................................................................................93-94 Academics - The Colleges of ULM....................................................................... 95 Student-Athlete Academic Services................................................................... 96 Student-Athlete Living............................................................................................ 97 Health and Conditioning........................................................................................ 98 ULM in The Community.......................................................................................... 99 The Sun Belt Conference......................................................................................100 We Are Warhawks....................................................................................................101 A Tradition of Winning...........................................................................................102 Warhawk Athletics 2008-09- A Banner Season..................................103-104 This is Monroe, La...........................................................................................105-106 ULM Prominent Alumni........................................................................................107 This Athletic Foundation......................................................................................108 Dr. James E. Cofer, Sr. - ULM President.............................................................109 Bobby Staub - Director of Athletics..................................................................110 ULM Media Relations.............................................................................................111 TV/Radio Chart................................................................................................................112

ULM women’s basketball information along with each of ULM’s 12 varsity intercollegiate sports can be found at ulmwarhawks.com. Statistics, live game broadcasts (video and radio), press releases, photo galleries, schedules, and much more are available on the site operated by JumpTV. Correct Name Usage We are ULM. In all references to Warhawk athletics, please use the acronym ‘ULM.’ The only other acceptable version is the full name of the institution, the University of Louisiana at Monroe. Any other reference, including LouisianaMonroe, La.-Monroe, UL-Monroe, LMU, or simply Monroe are inaccurate. Also, refer to all ULM athletic teams as Warhawks including all women’s teams. Lady Warhawks or Lady Hawks is not acceptable. Individual players may be referred to as a Warhawk. Credits The 2009-10 ULM Warhawks Women’s Basketball Media Guide was written and designed by Steven Schauer, Graduate Assistant in Media Relations. Editorial Assistance from Adam Prendergast and Jeremy Reid. Photos provided by Richard Lupo, ULM Photographic Services; Bradley Adair, T.J. Shuflin, Robert Williams, ULM University Relations; ULM athletics media relations archives. Cover design by Christi Bailey, ULM Graphics Services. Special thanks to Heather Davis, Jeana Chesnik, Lamar Gafford, Andy Hofmeiseter, and Ainsley Malmay. * ULM is a member of the University of Louisiana System and is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer.

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2009-10 SCHEDULE DAY THURSDAY Friday Tuesday Friday TUESDAY Friday Saturday Tuesday SATURDAY FRIDAY Tuesday Monday MONDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY Wednesday Saturday WEDNESDAY SUNDAY WEDNESDAY Saturday Wednesday SATURDAY WEDNESDAY Monday Wednesday WEDNESDAY Saturday SATURDAY

DATE NOVEMBER 5 November 13 November 17 November 20 NOVEMBER 24 November 27 November 28 December 1 DECEMBER 5 DECEMBER11 December 15 December 21 DECEMBER 28 DECEMBER 30 JANUARY 2 January 6 January 9 JANUARY 13 JANUARY 17 JANUARY 20 January 23 January 27 JANUARY 30 FEBRUARY 3 February 8 February 10 FEBRUARY 17 February 20 FEBRUARY 27

OPPONENT ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO (EXHIBITION) Tulane Texas State Northwestern State CENTENARY Youngstown State # UTEP or Weber State # TCU LAMAR MCNEESE STATE North Texas * Denver * NICHOLLS STATE TROY * UALR* FIU * Florida Atlantic * SOUTH ALABAMA * DENVER * (SBC-TV) MIDDLE TENNESSEE * New Orleans * Troy * LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE * WESTERN KENTUCKY * Arkansas State * UALR * NEW ORLEANS * Louisiana-Lafayette * NORTH TEXAS *

LOCATION MONROE, LA. New Orleans, La. San Marcos, Texas Natchitoches, La. MONROE, LA. El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas Fort Worth, Texas MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. Denton, Texas Denver, Colo. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. Miami, Fla. Boca Raton, Fla. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. New Orleans, La. Troy, Ala. MONROE, LA. MONROE, LA. Jonesboro, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. MONROE, LA. Lafayette, La. MONROE, LA.

TIME 5:15 P.M. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:15 P.M. 7:00 p.m. 4:30 pm./7:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 2:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 5:15 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 P.M. 12:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 4:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 P.M. 5:00 p.m. 3:30 P.M

SUN BELT CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Saturday March 6 First Round - Summitt Arena Hot Springs, Ark. Sunday March 7 Second Round- Summitt Arena Hot Springs, Ark. Monday March 8 Semifinals - Summitt Arena Hot Springs, Ark. Tuesday March 9 Finals - Summitt Arena Hot Springs, Ark. NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS Sat.-Tues. March 20-22 Stanford, Calif. Berkeley, Calif. Durhman, N.C. Knoxville, Tenn. Louisville, Ky. Seattle, Wash. Tallahassee, Fla. Tempe, Ariz. Ames, Iowa Austin, Texas Cincinnati, Ohio Minneapolis, Minn. Norfolk, Virg. Norman, Okla. Notre Dame, Ind. Pittsburgh, Pa. NCAA TOURNAMENT REGIONALS Sat.-Tues. March 27-30 FedExForum Memphis, Tenn. ARCO Arena Sacramento, Calif. University of Dayton Arena Dayton, Ohio Spirit Center Kansas City, Mo. NCAA TOURNAMENT FINAL FOUR Sun. & Tues. April 4 & 6 Alamodome San Antonio, Texas # Miner Thanksgiving Classic (El Paso, Texas - UTEP) * Sun Belt Conference game Home games played inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum Home games in Bold Game times are Central and subject to change 2

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SEASON PREVIEW BACK COURT POSITION NOTES

• ULM returns both of its starting points guards and its shooting guard -- Sumar Leslie, Elizabeth Torres, and Jesse Carrier from a season ago. • Carrier returns as the Warhawks top outside threat as she finished last season with 64 long balls and a 37.2 3-point percentage. She enters the season ranked fourth all-time in ULM history with 131 3-point makes and fourth all-time with a 37.0 3-point percentage. • Leslie and Torres split time as the starting point guard last season, combining to average 5.5 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 2.0 assists per game. • Leslie was commanding at the point last season in the half court offense. She was the only Warhawk to finish conference play with a positive assist-to-turnover ratio. Leslie also scored a career-high 19 points against Tulane and twice stole six passes in a game. • Torres was ULM’s up-tempo point guard whose numbers improved once conference play began. She netted a career-high 15 points during ULM’s win over Western Kentucky. • Kassie Courtney was a vital part in the Warhawks run toward a championship last season, as the first guard off the bench. She returns with a 6.1 points per game average and the task of guarding the opponent’s most explosive offensive player. • Kathryn Lonsberry and Portia Tucker will also be in the mix for playing time at the guard position, as both saw time off the bench last season. RETURNERS • Junior college transfer Priscilla Mbiandja No. Name Yr. 2008-09 Notes was recruited to help fill the void of ULM’s lone 10 Kassie Courtney Jr. 31 GP, 14 GS, 6.1 PPG, 3.5 RPG, 20.7 MPG Sumar Leslie So. 31 GP, 9 GS, 6.5 PPG, 1.9 RPG, 2.5 APG, 30.9 3-PT% graduating senior, Lottie Moore. Mbiandja was 13 Jesse Carrier Sr. 31 GP, 30 GS, 10.1 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 1.4 SPG, 37.2 3-PT%, 87.8 FT% an all-region performer for Odessa JC, where she 20 Elizabeth Torres So. 31 GP, 10 GS, 4.5 PPG, 1.7 RPG, 1.5 APG averaged 10.4 points and 7.4 rebounds per game 21 24 Kathryn Lonsberry So. 10 GP, 0.5 PPG, 0.5 RPG last season. 30 Portia Tucker So. 16 GP, 1.4 PPG, 0.7 RPG • Redshirt freshman Nicole Tucker chose to sit out last season and concentrate on academics. NEWCOMERS She played a key part in the Warhawks success No. Name Yr. 2008-09 Notes serving as a scout team guard. 14 Ashley Wakefield Fr. Played at Naaman Forest HS, all-district performer, averaged 10 points • Incoming freshman Ashley Wakefield was 23 Priscilla Mbiandja Jr. Transfer from Odessa JC, earned all-region honors, averaged 10.4 points Nicole Tucker RFr. Redshirted an all-district performer for Naaman Forest HS, 25 where she averaged 10 points per contest.

Senior Guard Jesse Carrier

FRONT COURT RETURNERS No. Name 1 Marion Zollicoffer 15 Jordan Rawson 32 Sannisha Williams 34 Shannon Davis 35 Larrie Williams 40 Ashley Wallis

POSITION NOTES Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr.

2008-09 Notes 19 GP, 1.5 PPG, 1.2 RPG 31 GP, 1.8 PPG, 1.7 RPG, 44.1 FG% 31 GP, 20 GS, 7.4 PPG, 6.2 RPG, 1.4 SPG 29 GP, 18 GS, 3.7 PPG, 5.0 RPG, 1.0 SPG 30 GP, 1 GS, 2.8 PPG, 1.8 RPG, 79.2 FT% 29 GP, 23 GS, 6.7 PPG, 3.2 RPG, 47.9 FG%

• ULM returns all six of its front court players from last season, including its starting forwards Sannisha Williams and Ashley Wallis, as well as its starting center Shannon Davis. • Williams had a breakout season in her sophomore campaign. She finished as the team’s leading rebounder (6.2 per game) and the third leading scorer (7.4 per game). Williams is the only Warhawk to record a double-double, something she did on four occasions last season, including an 18-point and 18-rebound outing. • Wallis is ULM’s energetic forward who finished fourth on the squad in scoring (6.7 per game). She also led the team in field goal percentage (47.9), despite missing two games due to a knee injury. • The Warhawks also return senior center, Davis, who will be looked upon to provide a dominating inside presence. She finished last season second on the team in blocks (8) and third on the team in rebounding (5.0). • Jordan Rawson was key to the Warhawks success last season playing in all 31 games at the center position. She has an impressive knack for blocking shots and was a solid option off the bench. • ULM saw flashes of what sophomore Larrie Williams can bring to the table as she was a key cog in the Warhawks Fifth Third Classic wins., as she tallied 15 points and five rebounds against Morgan State. She recorded 13 points and nine rebounds in 20 minutes off the bench during ULM’s Sun Belt Conference Tournament opening round victory over Western Kentucky. • Marion Zollicoffer returns for her sophomore season after serving as a backup forward last season and playing in a handful of games.

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2009-10 ROSTERS

No. 1 3 10 13 14 15 20 24 23 25 30 32 34 35 40

Name Marion Zollicoffer Elizabeth Torres Kassie Courtney Sumar Leslie Ashley Wakefield Jordan Rawson Jesse Carrier Kathryn Lonsberry Priscilla Mbiandja Nicole Tucker Portia Tucker Sannisha Williams Shannon Davis Larrie Williams Ashley Wallis

Pos F G G G G C G G G G G F C C F

NUMERICAL ROSTER

Ht. 6-1 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-8 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10

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

Hometown (Previous School) Carthage, Miss. (Thomastown Attendance Center) Keller, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Holden, La. (Holden HS) Houma, La. (Vandebilt Catholic HS) Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS) Pineville, La. (Pineville HS) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Southlake, Texas (Carroll Senior HS) Yaounde, Cameroon (Odessa JC) Tyler, Texas (Grace Community HS) Senatobia, Miss. (Senatobia HS) Ruston, La. (Ruston HS) Lafayette, La. (Acadiana HS) Little Rock, Ark. (Robinson HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Christian Life Academy)

Head Coach: Mona Martin (15th season) Associate Head Coach: EJ Ok (21st season) Assistant Coach: Gerline Guillaume (5th season) Assistant Coach: Amber Magner (1st season) No. 20 10 34 13 24 23 15 3 25 30 14 40 35 32 1

Name Jesse Carrier Kassie Courtney Shannon Davis Sumar Leslie Kathryn Lonsberry Priscilla Mbiandja Jordan Rawson Elizabeth Torres Nicole Tucker Portia Tucker Ashley Wakefield Ashley Wallis Larrie Williams Sannisha Williams Marion Zollicoffer

Pos G G C G G G C G G G G F C F F

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Ht. 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-6 5-10 5-8 6-2 5-6 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1

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

Hometown (Previous School) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Holden, La. (Holden HS) Lafayette, La. (Acadiana HS) Houma, La. (Vandebilt Catholic HS) Southlake, Texas (Carroll Senior HS) Yaounde, Cameroon (Odessa JC) Pineville, La. (Pineville HS) Keller, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Tyler, Texas (Grace Community HS) Senatobia, Miss. (Senatobia HS) Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Christian Life Academy) Little Rock, Ark. (Robinson HS) Ruston, La. (Ruston HS) Carthage, Miss. (Thomastown Attendance Center)

PRONUNCIATIONS

1 Marion Zollicoffer................................... mar-e-on .....................................................................zoll-e-caufer 3 Elizabeth Torres.............................................. tor-ez 10 Kassie Courtney...........................................cass-e 13 Sumar Leslie............................................. summer Gerline Guillaume..................................... Gerr-lean .......................Gee-ome (sounds like home w/o the H)

23 Priscilla Mbiandja ...................be-on-dja 24 Kathryn Lonsberry................... lawns-berry 30 Portia Tucker.................................... porsch-a 32 Sannisha Williams................ Suh-knee-sha 35 Larrie Williams..........................................lor-e

By State/Country Arkansas (1)....................L. Williams Cameroon (1)...................Mbiandja Louisiana (7).......................... Carrier .............................................Courtney .....................................................Davis .................................................... Leslie ................................................Rawson .................................................... Wallis ...........................................S. Williams Mississippi (2)....................P. Tucker .............................................Zolicoffer Texas (3)........................... Lonsberry ................................................... Torres ............................................. N. Tucker ............................................Wakefield

By Height 5-6 (2)......................................... Leslie ................................................... Torres 5-8 (2)..................................Mbiandja ............................................Wakefield 5-10 (6).................................... Carrier .............................................Courtney ........................................... Lonsberry ............................................. N. Tucker ...............................................P. Tucker .................................................... Wallis 6-0 (1)................................S. Williams 6-1 (2)..........................................Davis ........................................... Zollicoffer 6-2 (2).....................................Rawson ...........................................L. Williams

By Class Seniors(3)............................... Carrier .....................................................Davis .................................................... Wallis Juniors (4)..........................Courtney .............................................Mbiandja ................................................Rawson ...........................................S. Williams Sophomore (6)....................... Leslie ........................................... Lonsberry ................................................... Torres ...............................................P. Tucker ...........................................L. Williams ........................................... Zollicoffer Freshmen (2).................... N. Tucker ............................................Wakefield

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2009-10 ROSTERS

No. 1 3 10 13 14 15 20 24 23 25 30 32 34 35 40

Name Marion Zollicoffer Elizabeth Torres Kassie Courtney Sumar Leslie Ashley Wakefield Jordan Rawson Jesse Carrier Kathryn Lonsberry Priscilla Mbiandja Nicole Tucker Portia Tucker Sannisha Williams Shannon Davis Larrie Williams Ashley Wallis

Pos F G G G G C G G G G G F C C F

NUMERICAL ROSTER

Ht. 6-1 5-6 5-10 5-6 5-8 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10

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

Hometown (Previous School) Carthage, Miss. (Thomastown Attendance Center) Keller, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Holden, La. (Holden HS) Houma, La. (Vandebilt Catholic HS) Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS) Pineville, La. (Pineville HS) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Southlake, Texas (Carroll Senior HS) Yaounde, Cameroon (Odessa JC) Tyler, Texas (Grace Community HS) Senatobia, Miss. (Senatobia HS) Ruston, La. (Ruston HS) Lafayette, La. (Acadiana HS) Little Rock, Ark. (Robinson HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Christian Life Academy)

Head Coach: Mona Martin (15th season) Associate Head Coach: EJ Ok (21st season) Assistant Coach: Gerline Guillaume (5th season) Assistant Coach: Amber Magner (1st season) No. 20 10 34 13 24 23 15 3 25 30 14 40 35 32 1

Name Jesse Carrier Kassie Courtney Shannon Davis Sumar Leslie Kathryn Lonsberry Priscilla Mbiandja Jordan Rawson Elizabeth Torres Nicole Tucker Portia Tucker Ashley Wakefield Ashley Wallis Larrie Williams Sannisha Williams Marion Zollicoffer

Pos G G C G G G C G G G G F C F F

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER Ht. 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-6 5-10 5-8 6-2 5-6 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1

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

Hometown (Previous School) Sulphur, La. (Sulphur HS) Holden, La. (Holden HS) Lafayette, La. (Acadiana HS) Houma, La. (Vandebilt Catholic HS) Southlake, Texas (Carroll Senior HS) Yaounde, Cameroon (Odessa JC) Pineville, La. (Pineville HS) Keller, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) Tyler, Texas (Grace Community HS) Senatobia, Miss. (Senatobia HS) Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS) Baton Rouge, La. (Christian Life Academy) Little Rock, Ark. (Robinson HS) Ruston, La. (Ruston HS) Carthage, Miss. (Thomastown Attendance Center)

PRONUNCIATIONS

1 Marion Zollicoffer................................... mar-e-on .....................................................................zoll-e-caufer 10 Kassie Courtney...........................................cass-e 13 Sumar Leslie............................................ summer 3 Elizabeth Torres............................................. tor-ez Gerline Guillaume..................................... Gerr-lean .......................Gee-ome (sounds like home w/o the H)

30 Portia Tucker.................................... porsch-a 32 Sannisha Williams................ Suh-knee-sha 35 Larrie Williams..........................................lor-e 24 Kathryn Lonsberry................... lawns-berry 23 Priscilla Mbiandja.................. m-be-on-dja

By State/Country Arkansas (1)....................L. Williams Cameroon (1)...................Mbiandja Louisiana (7).......................... Carrier .............................................Courtney .....................................................Davis .................................................... Leslie ................................................Rawson .................................................... Wallis ...........................................S. Williams Mississippi (2)....................P. Tucker .............................................Zolicoffer Texas (3)........................... Lonsberry ................................................... Torres ............................................. N. Tucker ............................................Wakefield

By Height 5-6 (2)......................................... Leslie ................................................... Torres 5-8 (2)..................................Mbiandja ............................................Wakefield 5-10 (6).................................... Carrier .............................................Courtney ........................................... Lonsberry ............................................. N. Tucker ...............................................P. Tucker .................................................... Wallis 6-0 (1)................................S. Williams 6-1 (2)..........................................Davis ........................................... Zollicoffer 6-2 (2).....................................Rawson ...........................................L. Williams

By Class Seniors(3)............................... Carrier .....................................................Davis .................................................... Wallis Juniors (4)..........................Courtney .............................................Mbiandja ................................................Rawson ...........................................S. Williams Sophomore (7)....................... Leslie ........................................... Lonsberry ................................................... Torres .................................................. Tucker ...............................................P. Tucker ...........................................L. Williams ........................................... Zollicoffer Freshmen (2).................... N. Tucker ............................................Wakefield

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mona MARTIN 15th Season Head Coach AN INSIDE LOOK Born:____________________________ July, 1954 Spouse:_ ______________________ Mike Martin Alma Mater:______ Northwestern State, ’76, ‘79 High School Record:________________ 386-161 Collegiate Record:_ _______ 207-195 (14 years) ULM Record:_ ____________ 207-195 (14 years) Overall Record:___________ 593-356 (31 years) Coach of the Year Honors:______________ 2005 All-Conference Players:___________________18 All-Academic Players:_ ___________________13 All-Louisiana Players:_____________________21 Professional Players:_ _____________________3

“ Mona is a great coach, but an even better person. I feel very fortunate to have her as a friend, peer and mentor. She does a great job educating young women on the court and off as she represents her program, players, and University with class. She is one of the best in the business.” -- New Orleans Head Coach Amy Champion

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“I have always respected Mona Martin. Her teams are well coached, and she always wins! She has done a remarkable job at ULM, and I keep up with her team during the season. She is always friendly and enjoyable to be around when we see each other recruiting. I enjoy her company.” -- Baylor Head Coach Kim Mulkey

Mona Martin enters her 15th season as ULM’s second longest tenured head coach. Martin guides the Warhawks into their fourth season as members of the Sun Belt Conference. Last year, Martin led the Warhawks to a 7-11 Sun Belt record and 15-16 overall record. The Warhawks made history in the opening round of the conference tournament as they knocked off the defending champions, Western Kentucky, for their first ever Sun Belt Tournament victory. There were many highlights from last season, but one that stands out is Martin’s 200th victory as the Warhawks head coach. “Coaching at ULM is special to me because of the support from the administration,” Martin said. “I am proud of our players because of the high graduation that we have attained while I have been here. It means a lot to have quality people graduate from this program.” In their final season in the Southland Conference (2005-06), the Martin-led Warhawks advanced to the O’Reilly Auto Parts/Southland Conference Tournament semifinals. ULM played Stephen F. Austin for the second time to overtime in eight days, coming up one point shy of their second consecutive trip to championship game. In 2004-05, Martin led ULM to a Southland Conference regular season co-championship and a 20-win season (22-8) for only the seventh time in school history. Martin coached former Warhawks standout Nina Randle to a new ULM and SLC career record in steals on her way toward earning all-Southland Conference first team and SLC AllTournament honors. Randle went on to play professionally in Switzerland. Michelle Biley, then a junior, also received all-Southland honors, and Aishie Banks, also a junior in 2004-05, was named to the SLC all-Tournament team. During Martin’s time at ULM, the Warhawks have experienced great individual success. Martin has guided 18 individuals who were named to all-conference teams, including four on the All-SLC first team. Most recently, Lottie Moore was named to the all-Sun Belt Conference third team. Martin was twice named the SLC Coach of the Year, picking up the honor in 1998 and again in 2005. Entering the 2009-10 campaign, Martin’s 207 career wins at ULM are the second-most by a Sun Belt Conference head coach at their current school. Having her program in a situation where it can vie for the conference title year-in and year-out is exactly what Martin envisioned when she arrived at ULM in 1995 after compiling a 120-70 (.631) record in six seasons at West Monroe High School. Martin began her career in 1976 at Natchitoches, La., Central High School, only three months after graduating from Northwestern State with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and physical education. Martin and Central got started together because the school was about to play its inaugural season of girls’ basketball and needed a coach. The combination was a great success. In 11 years, Martin guided NCHS to a 266-91 record, a winning percentage of .746. All but one of her teams went into the state playoffs, four of them went to the state final four and three—the 1981, 1986 and 1987 squads—won state championships. Her 1986 team went 36-0, won the state title and finished the season ranked No. 8 in the nation. Martin was not only voted the state’s top coach but the National Coach of the Year. The Lady Chiefs never finished lower than second in the district under Martin, winning six district crowns and finishing second five times. She was named district Coach of the Year four times and Louisiana Coach of the Year three times (1982, 1986, 1987). Her last two Natchitoches Central teams were 70-3 and won state titles both years. In May 1987, Martin entered collegiate coaching when she was named associate head coach at Northwestern State. In her two years, she helped the Lady Demons go 38-20 and make their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. From Northwestern State, Martin moved to West Monroe High School where success followed. In her six years at WMHS, she put the Lady Rebels in the state playoffs every year and won three District 2-5A championships. Her 1994 squad went to the state finals and Martin received her fourth state Coach of the Year award. Her coaching career also includes 10 seasons of AAU basketball coaching experience, serving as co-head coach of the New Orleans-based Domino’s team. Her first AAU team advanced to the 1986 national championship game. Her final squad, just before she was named ULM head coach, finished seventh among 77 teams at the 1995 national championships in Dallas. At ULM, she has a record of 207-196 overall and 134-114 in league contests as a member of the Southland and Sun Belt Conferences. After opening with two 5-21 seasons, she guided her 1997-98 team to a 19-9 record and a second-place finish in the Southland, earning Martin Coach of the Year awards from both the Southland Conference and the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Her 2000-01 team was 20-9 and again second in the Southland. Martin’s overall head coaching record for 14 years at ULM and 17 as a high school coach is 593-356 (.625). The ULM coach, is married to Mike, a design engineer for Superlift in West Monroe. Born in New Orleans, Martin grew up in Houston, Texas, and graduated from Waltrip Senior High School. In addition to her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern State, she also received a master of science degree in physical education from the same institution in 1979.

Record vs. Opponents Opponent_ ____________ Record_______ Streak Alabama State____________1-0___________ W-1 Alcorn State______________2-1___________ W-1 Appalachian State_ _______0-2____________ L-2 Akansas_________________0-6____________ L-6 Arkansas-Monticello_ _____1-0___________ W-1 Arkansas State_ __________1-7____________ L-2 Austin Peay______________0-1____________ L-1 Ball State________________0-1____________ L-1 Baylor___________________0-2____________ L-2 Belhaven_ _______________1-0___________ W-1 Centenary_ _____________ 10-0_________ W-10 Creighton________________1-0___________ W-1 Davidson________________0-2____________ L-2 Delaware State___________1-0___________ W-1 Denver__________________3-4____________ L-1 Florida Atlantic___________3-1____________ L-1 FIU______________________1-1___________ W-1 Fresno State_ ____________0-2____________ L-2 Grambling State__________1-1____________ L-1 High Point_ ______________2-0___________ W-1 Howard_________________0-1____________ L-1 Kansas_ _________________0-1____________ L-1 Lamar__________________ 16-2___________ L-1 Louisiana College_________0-1____________ L-1 LSU_____________________0-4____________ L-4 Louisiana-Lafayette_______5-1___________ W-4 Louisiana Tech____________2-3___________ W-2 Loyola Marymount________0-1____________ L-1 Marshall_________________1-0___________ W-1 McNeese State_ _________ 14-9___________ L-1 Memphis_ _______________2-2___________ W-2 Middle Tennessee_________0-4____________ L-4 Mississippi_______________0-1____________ L-1 Mississippi State__________0-2____________ L-2 Monmouth_______________0-1____________ L-1 Morgan State____________1-0___________ W-1 Murray State_____________1-1___________ W-1 New Mexico______________0-2____________ L-2 New Orleans_ ___________ 10-3___________ L-1 Nicholls State_ __________ 19-4__________ W-7 North Texas______________3-5___________ L-2 Northwestern State_ ____ 13-15_ ________ W-4 Samford_________________1-0___________ W-1 Sam Houston State_______ 12-8__________ W-4 SMU_ ___________________0-1___________ L-1 South Alabama___________3-6____________ L-1 South Florida____________1-0___________ W-1 Southeastern Louisiana___ 13-3__________ L-1 Southern Arkansas________1-0___________ W-1 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville__1-0___________ W-1 Southern Miss____________5-6___________ W-1 Southern_ _______________1-1___________ L-1 St. John’s_ _______________0-1___________ L-1 Stephen F. Austin________ 7-17__________ L-3 Syracuse_________________0-1___________ L-1 Tennessee-Martin_________0-1___________ L-1 Texas A&M_______________0-1___________ L-1 Texas-Arlington_ ________ 7-14__________ L-2 TCU_____________________0-1___________ L-1 Texas-San Antonio_______ 8-12__________ L-1 Texas-Pan American_______1-0___________ W-1 Texas State______________ 16-8__________ W-4 Troy_____________________5-2___________ W-1 Tulane___________________2-3___________ L-3 UAB_____________________2-1___________ W-2 UALR____________________2-9____________ L-7 UMKC___________________1-0___________ W-1 Western Kentucky_ _______1-5___________ W-1 Xavier (Ohio)_____________0-1____________ L-1

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ej OK 21st Season Associate Head Coach AN INSIDE LOOK Born:____________________________ June, 1962 Children:_ __ Peter (18), Kristian (16), Gabrielle (12) Alma Mater:_______________________ ULM, ‘86 Career Coaching Recrod:___ 298-278 (20 years) Career Playing Record:_ ______________102-15 Two-Time All-American___________ 1985, 1986 Conference Player of Year Honors:___________4 Individual Career Records:_ ________________5 Individual Single-Season Records:_ _________3 Final Four Appearances:_ __________________1 Years Played Professionally:________________2

A fixture in the ULM women’s basketball program, Eun Jung Ok begins her 21st season with the Warhawks. Ok was not only one of the greatest players in ULM history, but she also played on what is arguably the greatest Warhawk teams, the 1982-86 units that went 102-15, won three Southland ­Conference championships and played in the 1985 Final Four. Ok’s ­responsibilities on the bench include assisting the head coach, ­recruiting, handling written correspondence for recruiting, ­evaluating game tapes of prospective recruits, advising players on their ­academics, and working with the point guards and guards on the floor. Ok also oversees all scouting efforts. “I enjoy haveing our players succeed not only athletically but also academically,” Ok said. “The most gratifiying part of coaching at ULM is having former players contact me daily about their everyday lives. Having that bond with past players is very important to me.” One of the most dazzling point guards to play the game, Ok averaged 18.9 points, 2.7 rebounds and 8.4 assists per game for her career. In 1984-85, she averaged 18 points and 8.9 assists to ­lead ULM to a 30-2 record, which was tops in the nation, and to the Final Four. In 1986 she earned the Jim Corbett Award as the state’s Athlete of the Year, collegiate, professional, male or female. A three-year All-American, Ok is ULM’s all-time leader in assists with 978, and free throws made with 528. In 2004-05 she was bumped to second on the all-time steals list by former Warhawk Nina Randle. She had 297 steals over her career and ranks second in points scored with 2,208. During her four years as the Warhawks’ point guard, she and All-American Lisa Ingram led ULM to three top 20 rankings -- No. 13 in 1984, No. 2 in 1985 and No. 3 in 1986. A member of the ULM Hall of Fame, Ok was named Southland Conference Player of the Year four straight years -- the only ­basketball player, female or male, to ever be so honored. In addition to the honors mentioned, Ok was also named to the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and in 2004 became the first female inducted into the Southland Conference Hall of Honor. “I have never seen a player dominate the game like EJ did,” former ULM Sports Information Director Bob Anderson said. “She dominated not only as a scorer but as a passer, a field general and a defensive player. When she came to Northeast Louisiana (ULM), it took months, even years, for most of her teammates to adjust to her passes, but most of all her whole level of play.” After her collegiate career ended, Ok played professional ­basketball in Italy and Sweden for two seasons before beginning her coaching career. She recently played in the National Master Basketball Tournament in Coral Springs, Fla. where she averaged 17 points and eight assists per game. Ok has three children, Peter, 17, Kristina, 15, and Gabrielle, 11. The Oks are ­members of the First Presbyterian Church in Monroe. Her mother, Chun Kee Park, can be seen in the stands cheering at Warhawk games.

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amber MAGNER 1st Season Assistant Coach AN INSIDE LOOK Born:____________________________ May, 1975 Alma Mater:________________ New Orleans, ‘97 Collegiate Head Coaching Wins:____________38 NAIA Academic All-Americans:______________2 NAIA Second-Team All-Conference:__________3 D II First-Team All-Conference:______________2 D II Second-Team All-Conference:_ __________4 D II Honorable Mention All-Conference:______9

Amber Magner is in her first season as an assistant coach with the ULM women’s basketball program. Magner brings 10 years of coaching experience, including seven years as the head coach at California State University-Monterey Bay. Previous to her brief stint as an intern within the Alaska Anchorage athletic department, Magner led CSUMB through the transition from a NAIA program to a NCAA Division II member. While at the helm of the Otters women’s basketball team she became the program’s all-time winningest coach. Magner led the CSUMB to the CalPac NAIA Division II conference championship games in the 2002-03 season and the 2003-04 season. Prior to CSUMB, she was an assistant coach with the Furman University women’s program for two seasons. As an assistant at Furman, she helped lead the 1999-00 squad to a Southern Conference title and a bid to the first round of the NCAA Tournament where they eventually fell to NCAA National Runner-up Tennessee. She also brings 10-plus years of experience coaching, directing, and designing basketball camps across the country. Magner began her playing career at Loyola Marymount before transferring to New Orleans to finish her career. During her time with the Privateers, Magner earned a Louisiana All-Academic Scholar Athlete Award and was named to the Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s All-Academic Team three times. In addition, she set the school’s thensingle-game 3-point record. On the court she was the team captain, while off the court Magner was vice president of the Student Athlete Advisory Board She earned both her bachelor’s degree in business (1997) and master’s degree in sports management (1999) from the University of New Orleans.

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gerline GUILLAUME 5th Season Assistant Coach AN INSIDE LOOK Born:______________________ December, 1982 Alma Mater:_______________________ ULM, ‘06 Collegiate Record:_ ___________ 64-57 (4 years) ULM Record:_ ________________ 64-57 (4 years) Overall Record:_______________ 64-57 (4 years) All-Conference Players:____________________2

Gerline “G.G.” Guillaume begins her fifth season as an assistant coach for the Warhawks after a three-year playing career at ULM. Following her playing career she began as a student-assistant on Mona Martin’s staff prior to being promoted to her current position. Guillaume moved from the playing court to the bench in the 2005-06 season as a member of Martin’s coaching staff. During her time at ULM, she has been a part of four winning seasons. The Warhawks posted a 40-19 record with Guillaume on the court. Her primary responsibilites include directing film exchange, scouting of opponents and recruiting of prospective athletes. She was a starter for ULM in 2004-05 at guard. Guillaume was the third-leading scorer at 8.7 points per game as ULM won the Southland Conference regular season title. She was the team’s top three-point shooter with 35 made and was third in assists with 65. The Miami, Fla., native was a two-year letterwinner for the Warhawks, after transferring to ULM from Trinity Valley Community College in Texas. As a junior, Guillaume played in all 29 games and earned a start against Western Kentucky that season. While at TVCC she averaged 7.3 points and three assists, helping the Lady Cardinals to a conference title and a regional tournament berth. TVCC went 30-1 and earned a number two national ranking. Guillame graduated from Maimi Edison High School where she was an honorable mention all-district performer for coach Denis Novak. She led the Red Raiders to the 6A Florida State Title in 2001. Guillaume is the daughter of Ilfaut and Carmen Guillaume,. She has five sisters: Angelina, Ciliane, Ada, Marlene and Patricia. She also has four brothers Telor, Johnny, Geffard and Gerlin. Guillame earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from ULM in 2006 and is currently working on her masters in history.

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Matt Braunscheidel beings his third year as the video coordinator for ULM women’s basketball team and the athletic department.

Braunscheidel’s (brawn-shy-dul) primary responsibilities include filming and editing all basketball practices and games and other sports, management of a staff of graduate and undergraduate students. Before coming to ULM, Braunscheidel spent a year working for SBU-TV Channel 9 in St. Bonaventure, N.Y. where he spent time in front of the camera as a news and sports anchor and reporter. He was also acted as a producer, editor and director. Braunscheidel recieved his bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication in 2006 from St. Bonaventure University.

Phyllis Eads Basketball Secretary

Tasha Fisher SWA/Compliance

Dr. Sol Graves Team Orthapedist

Greg Gulyas Radio Personality

LaJeanna Howard Manager

Phil Shaw Head Athletic Trainer Assistant AD

Dr. David Trettin Team Orthapedist

Don Wheeler Official Statistician

Michael Miller begins his second season as the strength and conditioning

coach with the ULM women’s basketball team. Miller is responsible for the physical conditioning, mental conditioning, and nutrition. Miller is responsible for designing a training schedule, supervising its execution, and enhancing performance through strength and fitness building exercise. In addition to working with the basketball team, he is the primary coach for women’s soccer, softball, tennis, men’s and women’s golf, and baseball squads, while assisting with the school’s Division I football program. The native of Great Bend, Kan., earned his bachelor’s degree from MidAmerica Nazarene University in 2005 and went on to earn his master’s degree in exercise science from ULM in 2008.

Steven Schauer begins his second season as the media relations contact

for the ULM women’s basketball team. In addition to working as the media relations contact, he is working on his master’s degree in communication. His primary responsibilites include providing local, regional, national media, and the general public with relevant information. He also coordinates all interview requests, as well as organizing all media operations during home contests. In addition, Schauer is accountable for writing all press releases, game notes, designing and writing of the media guide, compiling statistics, maintaining the athletic website (ulmwarhawks.com), and working closely with athletic department staff members. The native of New Franken, Wis., earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise physicology from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2008. Schauer is the son of Philip and Laurie Schauer. He has one younger sister, Stephanie.

Jennifer Winningham begins her first season as the ULM women’s

basketball certified athletic trainer. She oversees all medical needs of the team on a daily basis. She also coordinates student-athlete insurance. Among Winningham’s many duties is to work closely with the team physicians to provide the highest quality of care. Winningham also helps develop training programs to prevent injuries, as well as rehabilitation programs for the injured. She bandages, wraps, and affixs braces to prevent injuries when needed. The native of Huntsville, Tenn., earned her bachelor’s degree from Tennessee Tech in 2003 and her master’s degree from Louisiana Tech in 2005. She is also a NATABOC certified athletic trainer and Tennessee state licensed, and a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) and Southeast Athletic Trainer’s Association (SEATA).

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Senior Guard 5-10 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________24 vs. Arkansas State, 01/12/08 Field Goals:_ _____________________________9 vs. Arkansas State, 1/12/08 Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________15 two times, 01/21/09 at Florida Atlantic 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________5 two times, 02/11/09 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:_______________10 three times, 02/18/09 at North Texas Free Throws:_ ____________________________8 01/07/09 vs. South Alabama Free Throw Attempts:_ ___________________11 12/18/07 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette Rebounds:_______________________________7 02/21/09 at South Alabama Assists:__________________________________4 01/21/09 at Florida Atlantic Steals:___________________________________3 12/28/08 vs. SIU-Edwardsville Blocks:_ _________________________________1 four times, 02/25/09 vs. Denver Minutes:________________________________37 12/13/08 at McNeese State

“Jesse personifies the term Warhawk student-athlete. She is not only a great leader off the floor, but also on the floor with her work ethic and dedication. ” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin


2008-09 (Junior): Cemented herself as one of the top 3-point shooters in the Sun Belt Conference and in ULM history...finished the season ranked second on the team in scoring with 10.1 points per game, ranking her 26th in the Sun Belt Conference...set a new career-season best mark of 64 makes from deep, ranking her eighth in the Sun Belt, 102nd in the nation, and best on the team...finished the year with a .372 3-point percentage, ranking her ninth in the Sun Belt, 67th in the nation, and best on the team...moved her way into fourth place all-time in ULM history with 131 career 3-point makes...vaulted up to fourth place all-time in ULM history with a career .370 3-point percentage...also moved into a tie for fourth place all-time in ULM history with 354 career 3-point tries...ranked in second place all-time in ULM history for a season with 64 3-point makes...ranked third place all-time in a ULM single-season with 172 3-point attempts...ranked eighth place all-time in a ULM single-season with a .372 3-point percentage...also ranked in a tie for eighth place in a ULM single-season after starting 30 games...finished the season with 18 double-digit scoring performances, including a streak of 10 straight...scored a season-best 19 points on 6-of-9 shooting, including a career-high five 3-point makes, in a win over Marshall...drained the game-winning 3-pointer against Morgan State in the Fifth Third Classic...nailed the game-winning 3-pointer in for the second-consecutive game of the Fifth Third Classic to beat host-Marshall...earned Fifth Third Classic MVP honors...tied a career-best with five 3-point makes in a ULM’s 3-point makes record-setting victory over Louisiana-Lafayette...recorded a team-best .878 free throw percentage (36-of-41)...went a perfect 8-for-8 at the charity stripe to set a new career-high in free throw makes against South Alabama...tallied career-high seven rebounds in a road game against South Alabama...dished out an assist in 14 games, including a career-best four dimes at Florida Atlantic...twice stole a career-high three passes during home victories over Northwestern State and SIU-Edwardsville...played 30plus minutes during 17 games and finished the year with seven games over 30 minutes...played a career-high 37 minutes against McNeese State 2007-08 (Sophomore): Established herself as one of the top shooters in the Sun Belt Conference after connecting on 40.7 percent of her shots from beyond the arc and 92.9 percent from the charity stripe...appeared in and started all 30 games for the Warhawks...averaged 8.2 points per game off 38.9 percent shooting from the field...became the fifth player in program history to hit 50 or more treys in a single season after going 50-of-123 from beyond the arc...had at least one made three in 27 of 30 games...led the team in scoring four times and topped the double-digit plateau 12 times...set the school record for consecutive free throw attempts converted after hitting on the first 32 of her career...finished the year by hitting on 39-of-42...also recorded 57 rebounds, 25 assists and 16 steals...scored a career-high 17 points at Southern Miss on 5-of-5 shooting from three and 2-for-2 shooting from the free throw line...ranked sixth in the conference in made threes (50) and third overall in percentage (40.7)

Off the Court with Jesse Carrier Nickname: ___________________________Snipper Computer Bookmark: ___________________ ESPN Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner With: ___________________________ MJ, Kobe, Lebron Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:___________To-do lists If I Don’t Play Pro Bball, I Plan to...:_ ______ Coach Favorite TV Show:_____________ Sex and the City Favorite ULM Class:_ ____ Everything Kinesiology Favorite Part About Monroe:_ ___ My Teammates Your Dream Professor is...And Would Teach..: __________________________MJ...Basketball 101 Favorite Late Night Snack:_ __________ Ice Cream Best Memory of 2008-09 Season: ____________ Fifth Third Classic Tournament Win Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: __ Cherish These Years, They’re the Best of Your Life Favorite Restaurant:________________ Chili Verde Hidden Talent:_________ The Ability to Play Piano NBA Player I Admire the Most:________ Ray Allen One Thing I Have Worked on This Offseason: _____________________________________ Running! Song You Can’t Help but Sing Along to: _________________Be Somebody (Kings of Leon)

2006-07 (Freshman): Played in 29 games and made three starts as a freshman for the Warhawks...scored a career-high nine points twice; hit three-three point field goals against North Texas and hit 2-of-3 from the floor and went a perfect 4-for-4 from the charity stripe against New Orleans...scored six points in 12 minutes in collegiate debut at McNeese State...first career start came at Centenary scoring eight points...started the very next game against Northwestern State and pulled down seven rebounds and scored six points...scored in 20-of-29 games played...made two or more three-pointers in four games...finished the year third on the team with 17-made three-point field goals

ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Worst Dressed: ______________Sannisha Williams

Prep: Lettered four years in both basketball and softball...named to the all-state and all-southwest Louisiana teams after averaging 15.2 points and 5.2 rebounds as a senior...received the 2006 Dr. T Award for Scholastic and Athletic Achievement...also named District 3-5A MVP as a junior after averaging 18.6 points and 6.9 rebounds per game...two-time all-district, all-state and all-southwester Louisiana team selection

Loudest:________________________ Portia Tucker

Worst Dancer: _________________ Jordan Rawson Biggest Spender: ________________ Sumer Leslie Worst Driver:___________________Larrie Williams Best Storyteller:_ ___________ Kathryn Lonsberry

Best Imitator of Coach Martin: _____________ Me!

Personal: The daughter of Bill and Tanya Carrier...born April 9, 1988...hometown is Sulphur, La.... has two sisters Tess Carrier and Tristan Adams...majoring in kinesiology and minoring in mathematics

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2006-07 29-3 282 9.7 34-97 .351 17-59 .288 13-13 1.000 2007-08 30-30 651 21.7 79-203 .389 50-123 .407 39-42 .929 2008-09 31-30 911 29.4 107-280 .382 64-172 .372 36-41 .878 TOTAL 90-63 1844 20.5 220-580 .379 131-354 .370 88-96 .917

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D Ast TO 10-16 26 0.9 21-0 9 26 9-48 57 1.9 34-0 25 35 12-72 84 2.7 52-1 43 52 31-136 167 1.9 107-1 77 113

Blk 1 0 3 4

Stl 7 16 22 45

Pts 98 247 314 659

Avg 3.4 8.2 10.1 7.3

Sun Belt Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot 2006-07 18-1 182 10.1 22-66 .333 10-40 .250 11-11 1.000 5-8 13 2007-08 18-18 372 20.7 39-108 .361 24-68 .353 13-14 .929 3-29 32 2008-09 18-18 539 29.9 64-181 .354 44-121 .364 26-30 .867 5-37 42 TOTAL 94-37 1039 11.6 125-355 .352 78-229 .341 50-55 .909 13-74 87

Avg 0.7 1.8 2.3 0.9

PF-D 15-0 16-0 29-1 60-1

Ast 4 17 24 45

TO 17 19 36 72

Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 4 65 3.6 0 5 115 6.4 2 13 198 11.0 3 22 378 4.0


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Senior Forward 6-1 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________13 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Field Goals:_ _____________________________4 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________10 12/09/08, vs. Northwestern State 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________0 n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________1 01/24/07, at South Alabama Free Throws:_ ____________________________5 three times, 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________6 three times, 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Rebounds:_______________________________9 11/21/08, vs. Morgan State Assists:__________________________________4 11/22/08, at Marshall Steals:___________________________________6 12/13/08, at McNeese State Blocks:_ _________________________________2 11/18/08, at Centenary

“Shannon is a smart young woman, who’s one of the unquestioned leaders on our team. She may be shy off the floor, but on the court her aggressiveness takes over.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________36 11/29/08, vs. Tulane

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2008-09 (Junior): Worked her way into the starting lineup and was one of the Warhawks top defensive post players...played in 29 games and averaged 3.7 points...finished the year third on the team in rebounding with 144, good for a 5.0 average per game...grabbed the second highest amount of offensive rebounds (73) and blocked the second most shots (8)...added 29 steals and 22 assists...hauled in a career-best nine rebounds in a win over Morgan State...scored a career-high 13 points on 4-of-7 shooting, including 5-for-6 at the free throw line, in a home victory over Southern Miss...also made a career-best four field goals against Southern Miss... tallied 23 games in which she grabbed multiple offensive rebounds...had a streak of nine games with multiple offensive boards...finished the season with 73 offensive boards compared to 71 defensive rebounds...her 2.52 offensive rebounds per game ranked 13th in the Sun Belt Conference...scored four points and recorded five rebounds, to go along with a career-best six steals against McNeese State...tallied a steal in 18-of-29 games played...rejected a career-high two shots in a win over Centenary...three times played 30-plus minutes, including a career-high 36 against Tulane

Off the Court with Shannon Davis Nickname: ___________________________ Cookie Computer Bookmark: _______________ BabyPhat Talent I’d Most Like to Have:_____ Ability to Dunk Three People You’d Most Want to Eat Dinner With: ______ My Grandfather, Kimora Simmons, Oprah Best Part of Road Trips:_____________Eating Out! Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:____ Maryilyn Monroe

2007-08 (Sophomore): Established herself as the Warhawks’ first post player off the bench averaging 2.7 points and 3.4 rebounds per game...appeared in all 30 games for ULM and picked up her only career start against Western Kentucky...was the only reserve to register more than 100 rebounds...added eight assists, three blocks and 19 steals...converted on 71.4 percent (20-of-28) of her free throws and 41.3 percent (31-of75) of her shots from the field...registered a career-high eight points and added six rebounds at New Orleans on 4-of-4 shooting from the field...registered a career-high seven rebounds to go with four points at Louisiana Tech

If I Don’t Play Pro Bball, I Plan to...: __________________ Become a Financial Advisor Favorite TV Show:__________ Law and Order: SVU Favorite ULM Class:_ ___________ Water Aerobics Worst Job:_ ____________________ Pretzel Maker Favorite Part About Monroe:_ ______ Teammates!

2006-07 (Freshman): Played in 19 games scoring four points and pulling down 17 rebounds...very active on the offensive glass with eight of her 17 rebounds coming on that end...scored a season-high two points in her very first game with the Warhawks against McNeese State...matched that total with a bucket against Northwestern State...played a season-high 15 minutes in the opener against McNeese...saw action against Arkansas, UAB, Memphis, Southern Mississippi, Louisiana Tech and others...played in nine Sun Belt games, averaging just over two minutes per contest...season-high four rebounds against the Cowboys in the opener... also tallied two steals against Northwestern State Prep: A three-year basketball letterwinner for coach Catherine Cassidy...led Acadiana HS to 5A district championships in 2004 and 2005...named to the all-district first team as a senior...honorable mention all-state selection in 2005...received numerous academic awards including the Jr. Pepsi Challenge Award, Scholastic Achievement Award, Scholastic Excellence Award and the Pat Tillman Award...also lettered one year in track and field Personal: The daughter of Mary Ann and William Davis, Sr....born February 22, 1988...hometown is Rayne, La.... has two brothers, Joshua and William Davis, Jr....majoring in finance

Your Dream Professor is...And Would Teach..: __________________ Coach Martin...Cooking 101 Favorite Late Night Snack: _______________________Oreo Cookies and Milk Three Words to Describe our Style of Play: __________________ Intense, Fast, Unpredictable Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: _______________________________ Just Play Ball! Favorite Restaurant:___________________Hooters What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: _______________________ Being Part of a Family NBA Player I Admire the Most:______Kobe Bryant Song You Can’t Help but Sing Along to: _________________Be Somebody (Kings of Leon) ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Worst Dressed: ________________ Jordan Rawson Best Dancer: ____________________ Portia Tucker Messiest: _____________________ Jordan Rawson Worst Driver:___________________Larrie Williams Quiestest:___________________ Marion Zollicoffer Best Immitator of Coach Martin:_ __ Jesse Carrier

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2006-07 19-0 84 4.4 2-17 .118 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 2007-08 30-1 489 16.3 31-75 .413 0-0 .000 20-28 .714 2008-09 29-18 696 24.0 42-119 .353 0-0 .000 23-39 .590 TOTAL 78-19 1269 16.3 75-211 .355 0-1 .000 43-69 .623

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts 8-9 17 0.9 12-0 1 6 1 7 4 43-60 103 3.4 42-1 8 31 3 3 82 73-71 144 5.0 67-1 22 53 8 29 107 124-140 264 3.4 121-2 31 90 12 39 193

Avg 0.2 2.7 3.7 2.5

Sun Belt Statistics Year GP-GS 2006-07 9-0 2007-08 18-1 2008-09 18-8 TOTAL 45-9

Min 20 309 402 731

Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA 2.2 0-6 .000 0-1 17.2 19-42 .452 0-0 22.3 24-58 .414 0-0 16.2 75-211 .355 0-1

Pct FT-FTA .000 0-2 .000 16-20 .000 11-17 .000 43-69

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot .000 2-1 3 .800 27-38 65 .647 40-36 76 .623 124-140 264

Avg 0.3 3.6 4.2 3.4

PF-D Ast TO Blk 3-0 0 2 0 29-1 5 22 1 46-1 7 29 5 121-2 31 90 12

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ashley WALLIS

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Senior Forward 5-10 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________19 01/07/09, vs. South Alabama Field Goals:_ _____________________________7 two times, 01/07/09, vs. South Alabama Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________14 02/23/08, at Western Kentucky 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________0 n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________1 11/09/07, vs. McNeese State Free Throws:_ ____________________________6 02/16/08, vs. Denver Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________9 02/16/08, vs. Denver Rebounds:_______________________________9 02/16/08, vs. Denver Assists:__________________________________2 three times, 02/13/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette Steals:___________________________________7 02/16/08, vs. Denver Blocks:_ _________________________________2 12/09/08, vs. Northwestern State

“Every team needs that person who does the little things to win games. Ashley does that and even more for this team. You could say she is the unsung hero.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________39 02/16/08, vs. Denver

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1985 Final Four Appearance • 40 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2008-09 (Junior): Assumed a starter’s role for the Warhawks...finished the season as the team’s fourth highest scorer at 6.7 points per game...led the team in field goal percentage, .479, on 78-of-163 shooting from the field...also was the squad’s fifth-highest rebounder with 92 boards...recorded back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts to end the regular season against Denver and Arkansas State...tallied seven games in double-digits, including a career-high 19 points on 7-of-8 shooting in a home win over South Alabama...scored eight points and stole three passes in the ULM’s Fifth Third Classic championship win over Marshall...scored 15 points on a career-high seven field goals in a home victory over Southern Miss...also made seven field goals against South Alabama...grabbed a season-high seven rebounds, three offensive, in a win over Morgan State...hauled in a season-best seven rebounds, four offensive, in a road game against McNeese State...rejected a season-high two shots in a home victory over Northwestern State...scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds, to go along with a season-high four steals in a home win over Denver...on eight occasions was perfect at the charity stripe, including a 5-for-5 performance in a home win over South Alabama...in 15 different games shot over .500 from the field, including a season-best .875 on 7-of-8 shooting against South Alabama...nabbed multiple offensive rebounds in 13 games, including a pair of contests with four offensive boards 2007-08 (Sophomore): Assumed a starter’s role for the Warhawks and averaged 6.7 points and 4.0 rebounds per game...Appeared in all 30 games for ULM, starting 28...Hit on 42 percent of her shots from the field and 69 percent from the free throw line...Tallied eight games with double-digit points – all against Sun Belt Conference opponents...Had a career-high 14 points, nine rebounds and seven steals against Denver (2/16) in a career-high 39 minutes played...In conference games, averaged 7.7 points and 4.4 rebounds per game...Also added 11 assists, one block and 37 steals while averaging 23.6 minutes per game 2006-07 (Freshman): Played in 23 games averaging 8.3 minutes per contest as a freshman...scored a seasonhigh six points against New Orleans in the regular-season finale; perfect 4-of-4 from the free throw line in that game...played a season-high 16 minutes in the season-opener at Mcneese State scoring four points and pulling down two rebounds...saw 10-plus minutes of action in 10 games...pulled down a season-high five rebounds in ULM’s 61-46 victory over Southern Arkansas...33 percent of her rebounding total for the season came on the offensive glass...season-high two steals also came in the opener against McNeese...made a field goal in three of her first five games...had at least one rebound in 16-of-23 games played and one in each of the first six games Prep: Under former Warhawk associate head coach Robert Dallimore, was a four-year letterwinner in basketball at Christian Life Academy...led the Crusaders to three state championships...was named MVP of the championship game in 2003-04 and 2005-06...also named to the all-metro team and her districts MVP in 2005-06... also lettered three years in track and field, picking up one state championship Personal: The daughter of Lionel and Terri Wallis...born January 4, 1988...hometown is Baton Rouge, La.... father played football for LSU in the late-70’s...majoring in business and finance

Off the Court with Ashley Wallis Nickname: __________________________ Girly Girl Computer Bookmark: _________________ Dillards Best Part About Road Trips:_ _ Eating with the Team Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall: ________ A Huge Poster of Myself and my Doggy Before Every Game I...:____________________Pray Favorite TV Show:___________________ The Game Favorite ULM Class:_ _________ Management 402 Best Halloween Costume:____________ Pro Boxer Favorite Part About Monroe:_ ________ No Traffic Favorite Hangout Spot:________________ Dillards Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ___Cake and Frosting Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: _______________ Play Every Game Like Its Your Last Favorite Restaurant:______________ Olive Garden Hidden Talent:______________________ Shopping NBA Player I Admire the Most:______ Tim Duncan Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: ________________________________ Colin Powell ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Shannon Davis Best Singer: _____________________ Sumar Leslie Worst Dancer: _______________Sannisha Williams Jokester:_______________________ Nicole Tucker Quiestest:____________________Ashley Wakefield Best Storyteller:_ ________________ Sumar Leslie Best Immitator of Coach Martin:_ __ Jesse Carrier

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2006-07 23-0 192 8.3 7-29 .241 0-0 .000 13-24 .542 2007-08 30-28 709 23.6 78-185 .422 0-1 .000 45-65 .692 2008-09 29-23 627 21.6 78-163 .479 0-0 .000 38-57 .667 TOTAL 82-51 1528 18.6 163-377 .432 0-1 .000 96-146 .658

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 11-22 33 1.4 15-0 0 12 0 8 27 1.2 57-63 120 4.0 83-1 11 40 1 37 201 6.7 39-53 92 3.2 74-2 7 34 4 28 194 6.7 107-138 245 3.0 172-3 18 86 5 73 422 5.1

Sun Belt Statistics Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTAL

GP-GS 12-0 18-18 16-13 46-31

Min 13 471 365 849

Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA 1.1 3-14 .214 0-0 26.2 54-125 .432 0-0 22.8 45-85 .529 0-0 18.5 102-224 .455 0-0

Pct FT-FTA .000 7-13 .000 31-47 .000 25-37 .000 63-97

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot .538 4-8 12 .660 36-43 79 .676 21-28 49 .649 61-79 140

Avg 1.0 4.4 3.1 3.0

PF-D Ast TO Blk 8-0 0 5 0 55-1 7 23 0 40-1 5 20 2 103-2 12 48 2

Stl Pts 5 98 28 139 20 115 53 352

Avg 8.2 7.7 7.2 7.7

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kassie COURTNEY

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Junior Guard 5-10 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________16 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Field Goals:_ _____________________________5 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________13 02/07/09, at New Orleans 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________5 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________6 two times, 02/07/09, at New Orleans Free Throws:_ ____________________________4 02/18/09, at North Texas Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________4 fives times, 02/21/09, at South Alabama Rebounds:_______________________________9 12/17/08, vs. New Orleans Assists:__________________________________4 three times, 02/25/09, vs. Denver Steals:___________________________________3 01/11/09, at Denver Blocks:_ _________________________________1 three times, 02/20/08, vs. North Texas

“In all my years of coaching I have never had a player who is as mentally tough as Kassie. There is never a day when she isn’t laying it on the line for her team.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________33 01/21/09, at Florida Atlantic

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1985 Final Four Appearance • 40 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2008-09 (Sophomore): Worked her way into the starting lineup in the second half of the season and became one of the top defenders on the team...finished sixth on the team in scoring (189 points) and fourth in rebounds (108)...played in all 31 games and started 14 at the guard position...recorded her first career double-digit performance (11 points) on 4-of-7 shooting from the field against New Orleans...in total, tallied seven double-digit scoring games...scored a career-high 16 points, including a career-best five 3-point makes, in a road game against Middle Tennessee...made 14-consecutive free throws over a seven-game span...went 4-for-4 at the charity stripe, while scoring 12 points at North Texas...scored 10 points to go along with a careerbest nine rebounds in a home game against New Orleans...stole a pass in 19-of-31 games played and had a streak of six games with a steal...stole a career-high three passes at Denver...three times dished out a careerbest four dimes -- Troy, Louisiana-Lafayette, and Denver...on four occasions played 30-plus minutes, including a career-high 33 minutes in a road game at Florida Atlantic

Off the Court with Kassie Courtney Nickname: _______________________________ KC Computer Bookmark: _______________ Facebook Best Part About Road Trips:_ ____________ Eating Before Every Game I...:____________________Pray If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plan To...: ___________________________ Become a Teacher

2007-08 (Freshman): Emerged as a primary reserve for the Warhawks, appearing in all 30 games on the season...averaged 3.1 points and 1.8 rebounds per game...had the seventh-highest point total on the team after scoring 93 on 31.5 percent shooting from the field...added 16 assists, 12 steals and three blocks...connected on 76.7 percent (23-of-30) of her free throws, the second-highest percentage on the team...scored a careerhigh nine points against Arkansas State...scored at least two points coming off the bench 20 times...had three games with eight points against Louisiana-Lafayette, Northwestern State, and McNeese State...pulled down a career-high four rebounds twice against Northwestern State and against St. John’s

Favorite ULM Class:_ ______________ Kinesiology

Prep: Played at Holden High School...averaged 18.9 points and 8.9 rebounds a game her senior year...Class B Louisiana MVP and Parish MVP her senior season...two-time all-metro, all-state and first-team all-parish... helped guide the Rockets to the 2005-06 Louisiana State Championship

Greatest Lesson to Pass On to The Fresmen: _________ Talk and Communicate With Eat Other

Personal: Full name is Kassie Lee Courtney...born November 12, 1988 in Holden, La....daughter of Larry and Sharon Courtney...has two sisters, Angela Baronet and Krystal Hughes...sister Krystal played basketball at Southern Mississippi and uncle Edward Green played basketball at McNeese State...majoring in kinesiology

Favorite Part About Monroe:_ _______ My Friends Favorite Late Night Snack:_ __________ Ice Cream Craziest Ambition: ________ To See The Seven Wonders of the World Favorite Restaurant:______________ Olive Garden

Three Words to Describe Our Style of Play: __________________ Aggressive, Controlled, Fast What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: ________________Being Part of a Winning Family ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Singer: _____________________ Sumar Leslie Best Dancer: ____________________ Nicole Tucker Worst Dancer:______________ Kathryn Lonsberry Most Likely to be a Coach:_________ Jesse Carrier

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2007-08 30-0 312 10.4 29-92 .315 12-45 .267 23-30 .767 2008-09 31-14 643 20.7 65-193 .337 25-81 .309 34-41 .829 TOTAL 61-14 955 15.7 94-285 .330 37-126 .294 57-71 .803

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 18-35 53 1.8 51-57 108 3.5 69-92 161 2.6

PF-D 19-0 47-1 66-1

Ast 15 37 52

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 18 3 12 93 3.1 38 0 30 189 6.1 56 3 42 282 4.6

Sun Belt Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot 2007-08 18-0 169 9.4 11-45 .244 4-22 .182 11-14 .786 9-21 30 2008-09 18-11 432 24.0 44-128 .344 18-58 .310 25-31 .806 35-38 73 TOTAL 36-11 601 16.7 55-173 .318 22-80 .275 36-45 .800 44-39 103

Avg 1.7 4.1 2.9

PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 11-0 7 12 2 3 37 2.1 25-1 28 22 0 20 131 7.3 36-1 35 34 2 22 168 4.7

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priscilla MBIANDJA

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Junior Guard 5-8

“Priscilla is an outstanding floor leader. She is one of the most physically skilled players I have seen in a while. She is outstanding at attacking the basket so well on the offensive end.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

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1985 Final Four Appearance • 40 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


Junior College: Earned first-team all-conference and all-region honors her sophomore season...averaged a team-high 10.4 points and 7.4 rebounds during her sophomore season...also finished the year second on the team in assists (80) and steals (68)...earned all-conference honors during her first season at Odessa Junior College...averaged 7.8 points and 7.1 rebounds from the point guard position...recorded a season-high 20 rebounds during her freshman season for the Lady Wranglers...finished her freshman season second on the team in assists per game (2.04) and steals per game (1.50)

Off the Court with Priscilla Mbiandja Nickname: _________________________________P Talent I’d Most Like to Have:____________ Singing

Prep: Played her prep ball for Redemption Christian Academy and head coach Melinda Simmons in Albany, N.Y....earned Most Valuable Player honors at the Gym Rat Tournament her junior season

Best Part of Road Trips:____ Meeting New People

Personal: Full name is Laure ‘Priscilla’ Mbiandja...the daughter of Anatole Mangoumen and Josiane Ngankou...born in February 22, 1989...hometown is Yaounde, Cameroon...has one younger brother, Ramses, and one older sister, Aicha...her mother played professional basketball on the Cameroon National Team...won the Eliminators Tournament (FIBA Africa) while playing with the Cameroon National Team...also recruited by Pittsburgh, Siena, St. John’s, and Vermont...majoring in general studies

Before Every Game I...:____________________Pray

Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:__ My Mom and Friends

If I Don’t Play Pro Bball, I Plan to...:_ ______ Coach Favorite TV Show:_______________________Monk Favorite ULM Class:_ _____ Interpersonal Conflict Best Part About Monroe:____________ The Bayou Favorite Late Night Snack:_ __ Oatmeal Cream Pies Craziest Ambition:___ Particpate on American Idol Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: ________________________ Do Not Procrastinate One Thing People Probably Don’t Know: ______________________ I Speak French Fluently Favorite Food:________________________Chinese What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: _____________________ Unity, Family, Excellence WNBA Player I Admire the Most:_ _____Lisa Leslie Song You Can’t Help but Sing Along to: _______ Never Could Have Made It (Marvin Sapp) ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Shannon Davis Best Singer: _____________________ Sumar Leslie Messiest: ____________________Ashley Wakefield Worst Driver:_____________________________ Me Biggest Spender:_ ______________Larrie Williams Most Likely to be a Coach:_________ Nicole Tucker

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jordan RAWSON

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Junior Center 6-2 CAREER BESTS Points:_ _________________________________8 two times, 11/13/07, vs. Centenary Field Goals:_ _____________________________3 four times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky Field Goal Attempts:_ _____________________7 two times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky 3-Point Field Goals:_ ____________________ n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:______________ n/a Free Throws:_ ____________________________4 11/09/07, vs. McNeese State Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________4 two times, 12/01/07, vs. Alabama State Rebounds:_______________________________6 11/15/08, at Arkansas Assists:__________________________________2 12/02/07, vs. Syracuse Steals:___________________________________2 11/22/08, at Marshall Blocks:_ _________________________________2 two times, 12/28/08, vs. SIU-Edwardsville

“Jordan has made good, steady progress since arriving at ULM. She has become one of the most versitial and aggressive centers in the Sun Belt Conference.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________17 two times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky

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1985 Final Four Appearance • 40 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2008-09 (Sophomore): Played a pivotal role as a reserve center...finished fourth on the team in blocked shots (6)...finished the season with 57 points, 53 rebounds, seven steals, and a .441 field goal percentage...grabbed a career-best six rebounds in the season-opener against Arkansas...scored five points and tallied four rebounds, three offensive, to go along with a career-high two steals in the Warhawks’ Fifth Third Classic victory over host-Marshall...twice made a career-best three field goals against Lamar and Western Kentucky...scored seven points during ULM’s victory over Western Kentucky in the opening round of the conference tournament... twice blocked a career-high two shots in wins over Northwestern State and SIU-Edwardsville...on eight occasions played double-digit minutes, including a career-best 17 minutes in a road win over Western Kentucky 2007-08 (Freshman): Used as one of the Warhawks primary reserves in the post after appearing in 22 games and averaging 1.6 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...connected on 41.9 percent of her shots, the thirdhighest total for individuals with more than 30 attempts...also registered four assists, three blocks and two steals...posted a career-high eight points in back-to-back games to start the season against McNeese St. and Centenary...scored six points against Western Kentucky on 3-of-5 shooting...averaged 6.6 minutes per game Prep: Named to the 2007 academic all-state team...honorable mention on the 2007 Louisiana 4A all-state team...averaged 10 points, eight rebounds and two blocks a game her senior year...three-time all-district and two-time all-central Louisiana selection...three-time state runner-up in the high jump and runner-up at the AAU Olympics in the high jump...also lettered in swimming Personal: Full name is Jordan Cook Rawson...born January 29, 1989 in Alexandria, La...daughter of Tony and Paula Rawson...has an older brother Josh...her middle name is Cook after her mothers maiden name...majoring in kinesiology

Off the Court with Jordan Rawson Nickname: _____________________________ Bows Talent I’d Most Like to Have:___ Ability to Ice Skate Computer Bookmark:_ ______________ Facebook Best Part of Road Trips:___________Team Bonding Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:________My Boyfriend If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plan to...: ________________Be an Orthopedic Saleswoman Favorite TV Show:_________________ Housewives Favorite ULM Class:_ ___________ Psychology 278 Favorite Hangout Spot:__________ My Apartment Worst Job:_ ________________________ Babysitter Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ____________ Cookies Best Memory of 2008-09 Season: ___________________ Beating Western Kentucky Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: _____________________Work Hard from Day One Favorite Restaurant:______________ Olive Garden Hidden Talent:____________________I Like to Sew Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: ______________________Matthew McConaughey One Thing I Have Worked on This Offseason: ____________________________ My Outside Shot ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ __________________ Ashley Wallis Worst Singer: _ __________________________ Me! Best Dancer: ____________________ Nicole Tucker Worst Driver:____________________ Sumar Leslie Loudest:________________________ Jesse Carrier Best Imitator of Coach Martin:_____ Jesse Carrier

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2007-08 22-0 146 6.6 13-31 .419 0-0 .000 10-16 .625 2008-09 31-0 212 6.8 26-59 .441 0-0 .000 5-13 .385 TOTAL 53-0 358 6.8 39-90 .433 0-0 .000 15-29 .517

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 12-18 30 1.4 26-27 53 1.7 38-45 83 1.6

PF-D 41-1 50-1 91-2

Ast 4 5 9

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 22 3 2 36 1.6 33 6 7 57 1.8 55 9 9 93 1.8

Sun Belt Statistics Year GP-GS 2007-08 12-0 2008-09 18-0 TOTAL 30-0

Min 49 100 149

Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA 4.1 4-14 .286 0-0 5.6 8-21 .381 0-0 5.0 12-35 .343 0-0

Pct FT-FTA .000 2-4 .000 2-4 .000 4-8

Rebounds Pct Off-Def Tot .500 4-6 10 .500 11-10 21 .500 15-16 31

Avg 0.8 1.2 1.0

PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 18-1 0 14 1 0 10 0.8 18-0 2 17 0 2 18 1.0 36-1 2 31 1 2 28 0.9

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sannisha WILLIAMS

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Junior Forward 6-0 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________18 12/21/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette Field Goals:_ _____________________________9 01/21/09, at Florida Atlantic Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________13 01/24/09, vs. FIU 3-Point Field Goals:_ ____________________ n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:______________ n/a Free Throws:_ ____________________________6 02/14/09 vs. UALR Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________7 02/14/09 vs. UALR Rebounds:______________________________18 12/21/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette Assists:__________________________________1 ten times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky Steals:___________________________________5 01/18/09, vs. Troy Blocks:_ _________________________________3 01/18/09, vs. Troy

“Sannisha has established herself as a really good post player, using her athletic ability to make defensive plays. She is quiet off the floor, but a dominating prescence on the court. -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________36 12/21/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette

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1985 Final Four Appearance • 40 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2008-09 (Sophomore): Hit her stride near the middle of the season as she worked her way into the starting lineup as a forward...finished the season as the third-highest scorer on the team with 7.4 points per game... grabbed a team-best 6.2 rebounds per contest, which ranked 17th in the Sun Belt Conference...grabbed a team-high 76 offensive rebounds, which ranked 14th in the Sun Belt Conference...concluded the season with nine double-digit scoring performances, including a streak of five straight...scored a career-high 21 points on 9-of-12 shooting from the field against Florida Atlantic...tallied 18 rebounds to go along with 18 points for her first career double-double against Louisiana-Lafayette...went on to record a total of four double-doubles on the season...scored 13 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in front of a regionally televised audience during a home victory over Troy... accumulated a double-double (11 points, 14 rebounds) against conference champions Middle Tennessee on the road....tallied her first back-to-back double-double performance (13 points, 10 rebounds) in a home game against Western Kentucky...went on to finish the season with six double-figure rebounding efforts...stole a career-best five passes and swatted a career-high three shots in a win over Troy... recorded back-to-back six offensive rebounding games against Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky...on five occasions shot over .500, including a career-best .800 (8-for-10) in a win over Arkansas-Monticello 2007-08 (Freshman): Saw action as a reserve post player for the Warhawks, appearing in 24 games in her freshman campaign...Averaged 1.6 points and 1.5 rebounds in 5.0 minutes per game...Added three assists and four steals...Of her 37 rebounds, 18 came on the offensive end...Connected on 34.3 percent of her shots from the field and 60.9 percent of her shots from the free throw line...In seven minutes against North Texas, scored a career-high nine points and added four rebounds...Tallied a career-high six boards and five points against McNeese State to open the season

Off the Court with Sannisha Williams Nickname: _____________________________Nisha Best Part of Road Trips:__________ Playing Games If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plan to: ___________ Get a Doctorate in Child Psychology Favorite TV Show:___________________ The Game Favorite ULM Class:_ ______________Self Defense Favorite Part About Monroe:_ _________ The Mall Your Dream Professor is...And Would Teach: _______________ Mr. Glen Williams...Magic Tricks Favorite Late Night Snack:_ _____Sour Life Savers Greatest Lesson to Pass on to the Freshmen: _____________________________Always do Extra Hidden Talent:________________________ Singing WNBA Player I Admire Most:__________ Lisa Leslie

Prep: Averaged 18 points and 14 rebounds as a senior at Ruston High School...named first-team all-state and district MVP for her efforts...second-team all-state and first-team all-district following her junior year...honorable mention all-state and second-team all-district after her sophomore season...also recruited by Southern Miss, South Alabama and Stephen F. Austin

ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Singer: _____________________ Sumar Leslie

Personal: Full name is Sannisha Sade Williams...born February 27, 1981...hometown is Ruston, La...daughter of Sandra Williams...has one brother Audrio...majoring in pre-pharmacy

Biggest Spender:_ _____________ Shannon Davis

Worst Dancer: ___________________ Nicole Tucker Worst Driver: _ _________________Larrie Williams

Loudest:________________________ Jesse Carrier Most Likely to be a Coach:_________ Ashley Wallis

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2007-08 24-0 119 5.0 12-35 .343 0-0 .000 14-23 .609 2008-09 31-20 632 20.4 99-234 .423 0-0 .000 31-54 .574 TOTAL 55-20 751 13.7 111-269 .413 0-0 .000 45-77 .584

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 18-19 37 1.5 76-117 193 6.2 94-136 230 4.2

PF-D 9-0 52-0 61-0

Ast 3 7 10

TO Blk Stl Pts 10 0 4 38 68 7 42 229 78 7 46 267

Avg 1.6 7.4 4.9

Sun Belt Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot 2007-08 16-0 76 4.8 8-23 .348 0-0 .000 6-10 .600 13-9 22 2008-09 18-14 442 24.6 69-164 .421 0-0 .000 23-39 .590 55-87 142 TOTAL 34-14 518 15.2 77-187 .412 0-0 .000 29-49 .592 68-96 164

Avg PF-D Ast TO 1.4 6-0 1 2 7.9 30-0 4 47 4.8 36-0 5 49

Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 22 1.4 5 32 161 8.9 5 33 183 5.4

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sumar LESLIE

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Sophomore

Guard 5-5 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________19 11/29/08, vs. Tulane Field Goals:_ _____________________________6 two times, 12/17/08, vs. New Orleans Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________12 11/29/08, vs. Tulane 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________4 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________6 11/29/08, vs. Tulane Free Throws:_ ____________________________5 12/17/08, vs. New Orleans Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________7 12/17/08, vs. New Orleans Rebounds:_______________________________6 12/28/08, vs. SIU-Edwardsville Assists:__________________________________7 12/21/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette Steals:___________________________________6 two times, 12/08/09, vs. Northwestern State Blocks:_ _________________________________1 02/21/09, at South Alabama

“Calm is a word that can describe Sumar on and off the floor. She handles the pressure like a starting point guard should and subsequently can lead this team to success.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________29 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee

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kathryn LONSBERRY

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Sophomore

Guard 5-10 CAREER BESTS Points:_ _________________________________5 02/25/09, vs. Denver Field Goals:_ _____________________________1 two times, 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Field Goal Attempts:_ _____________________3 12/28/09, vs. SIU-Edwardsville 3-Point Field Goals:_ ____________________ n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________1 01/18/09, vs. Troy Free Throws:_ ____________________________1 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________2 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Rebounds:_______________________________1 five times, 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette Assists:________________________________ n/a Steals:_________________________________ n/a

“She’s the consummate team player. You rarely hear from her, but you see her doing the things that we need to be successful. .” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Blocks:_ _______________________________ n/a Minutes:_________________________________5 01/03/09, vs. Arkansas-Monticello

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1985 Final Four Appearance • 40 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2008-09 (Freshman): Split time as a starting point guard throughout the season with Elizabeth Torres and finished the year second on the team in assists...amassed 200 points, 79 assists, 58 rebounds, a .400 3-point percentage, and a .364 field goal percentage...recorded seven double-digit scoring games, including threeconsecutive in just over a weeks time...bucketed a career-high 19 points on 6-of-12 shooting against Tulane... drained a career-best four 3-pointers to help ULM set a new record for 3-point makes during a game against Louisiana-Lafayette with 14 3-pointers...nabbed a career-high six rebounds, two offensive, in a win over SIUEdwardsville...dished out a career-best seven assists in a road win over Louisiana-Lafayette...twice robbed her defenders with a career-best six steals against Centenary and Northwestern State...had a streak of sixconsecutive starts ...made nine starts throughout the season Prep: A four year letterwinner for Vandebilt Catholic and coach Kathy Luke...was a two-time all-state performer for the Terriers...named to the all-region team her senior year...named to the all-district team her senior season...played in the LHSCAA All-Star Game...holds Vandebilt Catholic’s records in scoring (2,344), assists (562) and steals (495)...was named Ms. Yuletide MVP during her senior year Personal: The daughter of Raymond and Patricia Leslie...born April 5, 1990...hometown is Houma, La....has four brothers, Troy, Isaiah, Raymond David and Lionheart...has three sisters, Shun, Salunda and Starr...majoring in nursing...minoring in music

Off the Court with Suamr Leslie Nickname: ________________________Sumar Rain Computer Bookmark: __________________Yahoo! Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner With: ______________ Kobe, Omarion, Columbus Short Best Part of Road Trips:__ Sleeping and Laughing Before Every Game I...:____________________Pray Favorite TV Show:____________________ The Hills Favorite ULM Class:_ _________________ Geology Best Spring Break I’ve Ever Had: _________________With my Family in Destin, Fla. Favorite Part About Monroe:_ _________ The Mall Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ___ Apple and Yogurt Best Memory of 2008-09 Season: ____________ Making it the Sun Belt Tournament Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: ___The Harder the Pull, The Stronger You’ll Become Favorite Restaurant:_____________ Ruby Tuesday Three Words to Describe our Style of Play: _____________ Smooth, Confident, Hardworking What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: __________ One Must Take Pride in Whatever It Is NBA Player I Admire the Most:__________Steve Nash One Thing I Worked on This Offseason: ____________________ Passing Skills & Shooting Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: _________________________ Denzel Washington ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Jordan Rawson Worst Singer: _ _______________ Kassie Courtney Biggest Spender: ________________________ Me! Jokester:_______________________ Jesse Carrier Loudest:________________________ Jesse Carrier Best Storyteller: _______________ Shannon Davis

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2008-09 31-9 634 20.5 71-195 .364 24-60 .400 34-47 .723 TOTAL 31-9 634 20.5 71-195 .364 24-60 .400 34-47 .723

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 14-44 58 1.9 14-44 58 1.9

PF-D 67-1 67-1

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 79 80 1 45 200 6.5 79 80 1 45 200 6.5

Sun Belt Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2008-09 18-5 368 20.4 39-113 .345 12-36 .333 16-22 .727 4-23 27 1.5 35-0 49 43 1 25 106 5.9 TOTAL 18-5 368 20.4 39-113 .345 12-36 .333 16-22 .727 4-23 27 1.5 35-0 49 43 1 25 106 5.9

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kathryn LONSBERRY

24

Sophomore

Guard 5-10 CAREER BESTS Points:_ _________________________________5 02/25/09, vs. Denver Field Goals:_ _____________________________1 two times, 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Field Goal Attempts:_ _____________________3 12/28/09, vs. SIU-Edwardsville 3-Point Field Goals:_ ____________________ n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________1 01/18/09, vs. Troy Free Throws:_ ____________________________1 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________2 01/31/09, at Middle Tennessee Rebounds:_______________________________1 five times, 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette Assists:________________________________ n/a Steals:_________________________________ n/a

“She’s the prototypical walk-on. You rarely hear from her, but you see her doing the things that we need to be successful. .” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Blocks:_ _______________________________ n/a Minutes:_________________________________5 01/03/09, vs. Arkansas-Monticello

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2008-09 (Freshman): Played the season primarily as a reserve guard...tallied five points and five rebounds during the season...scored two points in a home victory over FIU...tallied a career-best three points on the road against Middle Tennessee...scored in back-to-back games and finished a perfect 2-for-2 from the field during those contests...had a streak of two-consecutive and three-consecutive games in rebounding the basketball...played a career-best five minutes during a win over Arkansas-Monticello Prep: Lettered twice for Southlake Carroll and coach Nikki Gilley...led the Dragons to a District 5-A Championship her senior year...was named district defensive MVP...earned first team all-district recognition her senior season...tied Southlake Carroll’s single game record for three-point shots in a game with six...won the Southlake Carroll’s three-point shooting contest making 10 three’s in 30 seconds...was an academic all-district honoree her senior year...named to the all-state team her senior season...also lettered twice in soccer Personal: The daughter of Bruce and Lisa Lonsberry...born July 7,1990...has a younger sister, Lissi...majoring in health studies

Off the Court with Kathryn Lonsberry Nickname: _______________________________Kat Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner With: _____ Ryan Renolds, Jennifer Aniston, Audrey Hep Laren Best Part of Road Trips:__ Singing with Teammates Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:______ Collages I Make Before Every Game I...:____Listen to Music to Focus Favorite TV Show:______________Grey’s Anatomy Favorite ULM Class:_ _____Anatomy & Physiology Best Halloween Costume:_______ Disney Princess Favorite Part About Monroe: ________________________ My Cousins Live Here Favorite Late Night Snack:_ _____ Ice Cream, Milk Craziest Amibition:___________________ Sky Dive Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: __________ Don’t Stress! Life will (and Does) Go On Favorite Restaurant:_________________ Mi Cocina Three Words to Describe our Style of Play: _________________________ Smart, Fast, Unique What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: _____ A Chance to Continue ULM’s Awesome Tradition WNBA Player I Admire the Most:_ __ Sheryl Swoopes Song You Can’t Help but Sing Along to: _________________________ I Sing to Everything! Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: _________________________ Denzel Washington ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Jordan Rawson Best Singer: __________________ Sanisha Williams Biggest Dancer: _ _______________ Nicole Tucker! Worst Driver:___________________Larrie Williams Quietest:_ __________________ Marion Zollicoffer Most Likely to be a Basketball Commentator: _______________________________ Nicole Tucker

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2008-09 10-0 22 2.2 2-8 .250 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 TOTAL 10-0 22 2.2 2-8 .250 0-2 .000 1-2 .500

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 2-3 5 0.5 2-3 5 0.5

PF-D 5-0 5-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 0 0 5 0.5 0 1 0 0 5 0.5

Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D 2008-09 6-0 12 2.0 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 2-2 4 0.7 3-0 TOTAL 6-0 12 2.0 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 2-2 4 0.7 3-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 0 0 5 0.8 0 1 0 0 5 0.8

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elizabeth TORRES

3

Sophomore

Guard 5-6 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________15 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky Field Goals:_ _____________________________4 two times, 12/28/09, vs. SIU-Edwardsville Field Goal Attempts:_ _____________________8 11/21/08, vs. Morgan State 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________2 three times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________6 two times, 12/13/09, at McNeese State Free Throws:_ ____________________________7 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________8 two times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky Rebounds:_______________________________5 12/28/08, vs. SIU-Edwardsville Assists:__________________________________4 01/18/09, vs. Troy Steals:___________________________________4 11/29/08, vs. Tulane Blocks:_ _________________________________1 four times, 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky

“Elie has molded herself into one of the quickest and best defenders we have on this team. Future Warhawks would have success if they mirrored her work ethic.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________27 12/06/08, at Lamar

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2008-09 (Freshman): Was a key contributor as she split time as a starting point guard with Sumar Leslie... scored 140 points, grabbed 53 rebounds, dished out 48 assists, and made 18 3-pointers...twice had doubledigit scoring efforts, including 15 points in ULM’s victory over Western Kentucky during the opening round of the conference tournament...also swished 7-of-8 free throws in the win over Western Kentucky...three times recorded a career-best four assists -- Centenary, Morgan State, and Troy...nabbed a career-high four steals against Tulane...on three occasions drained a pair of 3-pointers during a ULM victory...finished the season with an assist in 27-of-31 games played

Off the Court with Elizabeth Torres Nickname: _______________________ Little Torres Best Part of Road Trips:_________________Eating! Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:________ Allen Iverson

Prep: Earned four letters while playing for Stacey Henson at Fossil Ridge...earned Newcomer of the Year Award her freshman year...earned team MVP honors her junior and senior seasons...helped the Panthers win three district championships...won an AAU National Champions with Team Texas Express Personal: The daugher of Edward Torres and Blanca Alegria...born May 14, 1990...has an older sister, Senia... majoring in aviation

Before Every Game I...:_______________Take a Nap If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plan to...: _____________________Be a Pilot in the Air Force Favorite TV Show:__________________ Family Guy Best Halloween Costume:__________ Latin Sheriff Favorite Part About Monroe: _________ Looking into the Bayou before Sunset Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ___________ Taco Bell Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: _________Great Players Are Made in The Offseason Favorite Restaurant:________________ P.F. Changs What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: _ Being Respected by Family, Friends, and Community NBA Player I Admire the Most:_ _____ Allen Iverson One Thing I Worked On In The Offeseason: _______________________________Ball Handling Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: ___________________________ President Obama Song You Can’t Help But Sing Along To: _____________________ I Look Good (Chalie Boy) ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Shannon Davis Best Dancer: ____________________ Nicole Tucker Messiest: ___________________ Marion Zollicoffer Worst Driver:___________________Larrie Williams Jokester:_______________________ Jesse Carrier Loudest:____________________ Priscilla Mbiandja

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2008-09 31-10 514 16.6 45-141 .319 18-75 .240 32-51 .627 TOTAL 31-10 514 16.6 45-141 .319 18-75 .240 32-51 .627

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 14-39 53 1.7 14-39 53 1.7

PF-D 48-0 48-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 48 66 4 23 140 4.5 48 66 4 23 140 4.5

Sun Belt Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2008-09 18-2 244 13.6 18-57 .316 7-28 .250 14-26 .538 6-20 26 1.4 21-0 21 32 0 9 57 3.2 TOTAL 18-2 244 13.6 18-57 .316 7-28 .250 14-26 .538 6-20 26 1.4 21-0 21 32 0 9 57 3.2

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portia TUCKER

30

Sophomore

Guard 5-10 CAREER BESTS Points:_ _________________________________4 three times, 12/09/08, vs. Northwestern State Field Goals:_ _____________________________2 12/09/08, vs. Northwestern State Field Goal Attempts:_ _____________________3 three times, 12/28/08, vs. SIU-Edwardsville 3-Point Field Goals:_ ______________________1 two times, 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:________________1 two times, 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette Free Throws:_ ____________________________2 two times, 12/13/08, at McNeese State Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________3 two times, 12/13/08, at McNeese State Rebounds:_______________________________3 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Assists:__________________________________2 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Steals:___________________________________1 two times, 11/29/08, vs. Tulane Blocks:_ _________________________________1 two times, 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

“Portia has great athletic abilities and a wide array of skills. She is a smart player on both the offensive and defensive ends of the basketball court.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________14 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss

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2008-09 (Freshman): Showed continued improvement over the course of the season as a reserve guard... finished with 28 points., 11 rebounds, and a .444 field goal percentage...within a two-week span, recorded a career-best four points on three separate occasions -- Marshall, Southern Miss, and Northwestern State...also tallied a season-best two field goals against Northwestern State...dished out a pair of assists against Southern Miss...drained the record-setting 3-pointer to help ULM set a new record for 3-point makes of 14 during a home contest against Louisiana-Lafayette Prep: A two-year letterwinner for Senatobia and coach Tosheba Powell...led the Warriors to a district and north half sectional championship her senior year...also helped the Warriors to the state championship game...earned all-district recognition throughout her four year playing career...earned all-state distinction her senior year...also earned two letters in volleyball and softball Personal: The daughter of Olin Booker Jr. and Sholonda Tucker...born on September 30, 1989...has three younger brothers, Travis, Jonathon and Joshua...majoring in accounting

Off the Court with Portia Tucker Nickname: _____________________ Tuck it in Tuck Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner With: _____________ Sanaa Lathan, Michael Jordan, Beyonce Best Part of Road Trips:__________ Playing Games Before Every Game I...:________ Listen to My iPod If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plant to:_ __ Become a CPA Favorite TV Show:___________________ The Game Favorite ULM Class:_ _______________ Economics Best Part About Monroe:______________ The Mall Worst Job:_ ________________________Custodian Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ________ Honey Buns Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: __________________ Work Hard First, Party Later Three Words to Describe our Style of Play: _____________ Fast-Paced, Structured, Aggressive Favorite Restaurant:________________O’Charley’s WNBA Player I Admire the Most:_ Tameska Catchings One Thing I Worked on in The Offeseason: ______________________ My Footwork and Jump Shot Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: _________________________________ Sanaa Lathan Song You Can’t Help but Sing Along to: ________________ So Beatuiful (Musiq Soulchild) ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Shannon Davis Best Singer: __________________ Sanisha Williams Messiest: ___________________ Marion Zollicoffer Worst Driver:___________________Larrie Williams Biggest Spender:_ ______________Larrie Williams Most Likely to be a Coach:_ ____ Kassie Courtney

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2008-09 16-0 78 4.9 8-18 .444 2-3 .667 5-9 .556 TOTAL 16-0 78 4.9 8-18 .444 2-3 .667 5-9 .556

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 1-10 11 0.7 1-10 11 0.7

PF-D 3-0 3-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 4 12 2 2 23 1.4 4 12 2 2 23 1.4

Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D 2008-09 7-0 18 2.6 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 1-1 2 0.3 1-0 TOTAL 7-0 18 2.6 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 1-1 2 0.3 1-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 3 1 0 7 1.0 1 3 1 0 7 1.0

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larrie WILLIAMS

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Sophomore

Center 6-2 CAREER BESTS Points:_ ________________________________15 11/21/08, vs. Morgan State Field Goals:_ _____________________________7 11/21/08, vs. Morgan State Field Goal Attempts:_ ____________________10 11/21/08, vs. Morgan State 3-Point Field Goals:_ ____________________ n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:______________ n/a Free Throws:_ ____________________________4 11/29/08, vs. Tulane Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________4 11/29/08, vs. Tulane Rebounds:_______________________________9 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky Assists:__________________________________1 01/11/09, at Denver Steals:___________________________________1 two times, 01/03/09, vs. Arkansas-Monticello Blocks:_ _________________________________2 01/03/09, vs. Arkansas-Monticello

“Larrie is a tremendous athlete who has improved greatly since her freshman season. She is looking more comfortable on the floor and beginning to demand respect inside.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________20 03/04/09, at Western Kentucky

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2008-09 (Freshman): Charged out of the gates as a reserve center and then finished the season strong during the Warhawks postseason run in the conference tournament...accumulated 85 points, 55 rebounds, and a .371 field goal percentage over the course of the season...tallied a career-high 15 points on 7-of-10 shooting, both season bests, against Morgan State during the Fifth Third Classic...finished the season with three double-digit scoring performances...grabbed a career-best nine rebounds, three offensive, in 20 minutes of action during the Warhawks victory over Western Kentucky during the first round of the Sun Belt Tournament...grabbed at least one offensive rebound in 12-of-30 games played...swatted a pair of shots in a victory over Arkansas-Monticello...went 4-for-4 at the charity stripe against Tulane Prep: Earned four letters for Robinson and coach Anwar Hardin...won the Robinson Invitational her junior and senior seasons...was the Senators team MVP her junior season...earned all-state recognition her senior year... was nominated to the all-metro and all-state teams her senior year...a McDonald’s All-American nominee... member of the National Honor Society, English Honors Society and Beta Club...also earned a letter in volleyball...graduated with honors in the top 10 percent in her class

Off the Court with Larrie Williams Nickname: _____________________________ Larry Computer Bookmark:_ _________Victoria’s Secret Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner With: _________ Khloe Kardashian, Amerie , Tracy Ross Best Part of Road Trips:__________The Gossip Talk Before Every Game I...:____________________Pray If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plant to: ________________ Earn My Doctorate in Business Favorite TV Show:___________________ The Game

Personal: The daughter of Larry and Evelyn Williams...born June 8, 1990...has an older brother, Larry...has two sisters, Larrissa and Larrane...major is undecided

Favorite ULM Class:_ __________MacroEconomics Best Halloween Costume: _________________ Never Trick or Treated Before Favorite Part About Monroe:_ ___ Friendly People Your Dream Professor Is...And Would Teach: __________________Betty Crocker...Culinary Arts Favorite Late Night Snack:_ __________ Cupcakes Crazziest Ambition: ____ To Buy Homes, Fix Them Up and Give Them Away Favorite Restaurant:______________Senor Tequila What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: _______ Working As a Team and Never Giving Up NBA Player I Admire the Most:______ Tim Duncan Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: ________________________________Reggie Bush Song You Can’t Help but Sing Along to: ____________________ Brand New (Keyshia Cole) ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ __________________ Ashley Wallis Worst Singer: _ __________________ Portia Tucker Best Dancer: _________________ Kassie Courtney Messiest:_ __________________ Marion Zollicoffer Jokester:_______________________ Portia Tucker Best Storyteller:_ ______________ Jordan Rawson

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2008-09 30-1 228 7.6 33-89 .371 0-0 .000 19-24 .792 TOTAL 30-1 228 7.6 33-89 .371 0-0 .000 19-24 .792

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 24-31 55 1.8 24-31 55 1.8

PF-D 28-0 28-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 1 17 4 2 85 2.8 1 17 4 2 85 2.8

Sun Belt Statistics Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2008-09 17-1 95 5.6 5-31 .161 0-0 .000 5-5 1.000 6-11 17 1.0 16-0 1 7 0 0 15 0.9 TOTAL 17-1 95 5.6 5-31 .161 0-0 .000 5-5 1.000 6-11 17 1.0 16-0 1 7 0 0 15 0.9

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marion ZOLLICOFFER

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Sophomore

Forward 6-1 CAREER BESTS Points:_ _________________________________6 12/21/09, at Louisiana-Lafayette Field Goals:_ _____________________________2 two times, 12/21/09, at Louisiana-Lafayette Field Goal Attempts:_ _____________________4 11/15/08, at Arkansas 3-Point Field Goals:_ ____________________ n/a 3-Point Field Goal Attempts:______________ n/a Free Throws:_ ____________________________2 three times, 12/28/08, vs. SIU-Edwardsville Free Throw Attempts:_ ____________________3 11/15/08, at Arkansas Rebounds:_______________________________4 12/21/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette Assists:__________________________________1 two times, 12/09/08, vs. Northwestern State Steals:___________________________________2 11/25/08, vs. Southern Miss Blocks:_ _________________________________1 three times, 02/11/09, vs. Louisiana-Lafayette

“Marion has the potential to become one of the premier players in the Sun Belt. She has made continued progress on the defensive end and is now in a position to compete at a higher level.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

Minutes:________________________________15 12/21/08, at Louisiana-Lafayette

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2008-09 (Freshman): Contributed as a reserve forward off the bench during her first season at ULM...finished the season with 28 points, 22 rebounds, and a .323 field goal percentage...recorded career-highs of six points on 2-of-3 shooting and four rebounds in a road contest at Louisiana-Lafayette...twice pulled down two offensive rebounds during road games...stole a career-high two passes during a ULM victory over Southern Miss... made a field goal in eight different games...on three occasions went a perfect 2-for-2 at the free throw line Prep: A four year letterwinner for Thomastown Attendance Center and coach Billie Jaminson...earned team MVP honors her senior season...was a four-time all-district player...earned all-state honors her senior year... was the school’s athlete of the year her senior year...was a state champion in the high jump and triple jump her sophomore year...also a four year letterwinner in track & field...graduated with honors Personal: The daughter of Patrick and Mary May Zollicoffer...born November 18, 1989...has a younger brother Vincent...major in undecided

Off the Court with Marion Zollicoffer Nickname: _____________________________ Yo Yo Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner With: _______ Michael Jordan, Tracy McGrady, Diana Taurasi Best Part of Road Trips:_________________ Eating Before Every Game I...:____________________Pray If I Don’t Play Pro Bball, I Plan to...: __________________ Work in the Computer Field Favorite TV Show:______SpongeBob SquarePants Favorite ULM Class:_ _______Computer Literature Best Part About Monroe:______________ The Mall Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ____________Cookies Craziest Ambition: ______ Have the Ability to do a 3600 Windmill Dunk Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: _________Listen to Your Teammates and Coaches Three Words to Describe Our Style of Play: ______________ Fast-Paced, Aggressive, Talented Favorite Food:_________________________ Chili’s What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: ____________________ Hardwork and Dedication NBA Player I Admire the Most:____Tracy McGrady Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: _____________________ President Barack Obama ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Shannon Davis Best Dancer: ____________________ Portia Tucker Messiest: ________________________________ Me Worst Driver:___________________Larrie Williams Jokester:_______________________ Portia Tucker Quietest:_ _______________________________ Me Most Likely to be a Coach:_________ Nicole Tucker

Career Statistics Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 2008-09 19-0 95 5.0 10-31 .323 0-0 .000 8-14 .571 TOTAL 19-0 95 5.0 10-31 .323 0-0 .000 8-14 .571

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 8-14 22 1.2 8-14 22 1.2

PF-D 14-0 14-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 6 3 6 28 1.5 2 6 3 6 28 1.5

Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-3FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-D 2008-09 8-0 41 5.1 2-11 .182 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 3-6 9 1.1 4-0 TOTAL 8-0 41 5.1 2-11 .182 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 3-6 9 1.1 4-0

Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 1 1 2 7 0.9 0 1 1 2 7 0.9

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nicole TUCKER

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Redshirt Freshman

Guard 5-10

“Nicole is the kind of player that’s not satisfied with ‘good enough.’ You’ll never see her not putting every bit of effort she has into what she is doing. ” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

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2008-09 (Freshman): Chose to redshirt and concentrate on academics Prep: A four-year letterwinner for Grace Community and coach Jeff Smith...while playing for the Cougars she earned first and second team all-state honors...averaged 21 points, nine rebounds and 5 steals her senior year...scored six 30-plus scoring games her junior season...holds the Cougars record for career scoring with 2,752 points...earned third team all-american honors...was nominated as a McDonald’s All-American Personal: The daugher of Blake and Patty Tucker...born on October 11, 1989...has two younger brothers, Taylor and Brandon...also has a younger sister, Carly...majoring in kinesiology

Off the Court with Nicole Tucker Talent I’d Most Like to Have:______ Ability to Sing Best Part of Road Trips: ___________________Hanging Out With Teammates Poster(s) on Bedroom Wall:_______ Family Photos Before Every Game I...: _________________ Do The Same Order of Stretches If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plan to..: __________Coach and Tech High School Students Favorite TV Show:__________________ I Love Lucy Favorite ULM Class:_ __________________ History Best Halloween Costume:______________ Farmer Favorite Part About Monroe: _______________________ Laid Back Atmosphere Favorite Late Night Snack:_ ______________ Fruit Greatest Lesson to Pass on to Freshmen: ___________ Don’t Think to Much and Try too Hard Favorite Restaurant:__________Anything Mexican Three Words to Describe our Style of Play: ______________Aggressive, Intense, Enthusiastic What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: ___Representing ULM in a Way That Reflects Upon You NBA Player I Admire the Most:___________Larry Bird One Thing I Worked On This Offseason: _______________________________ Conditioning ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Dressed: _ ________________ Jordan Rawson Jokester: _______________________ Jesse Carrier Quietest: ___________________ Marion Zollicoffer Loudest:_____________________ Kassie Courtney Worst Singer:__________________ Shannon Davis Best Imitator of Coach Martin:_____ Jesse Carrier

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ashley WAKEFIELD

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Freshman

Guard 5-8

“Ashley has a great perimeter game and an incredible ability to the shoot ball from long range. As she adjusts to the college game, she will make a tremendous impact for us.” -- ULM Head Coach Mona Martin

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Prep: Lettered three years in basketball for Naaman Forest HS and head coach Derik Short...named to the all-district first-team her senior year...averaged 10 points, five rebounds, and four assists per game her senior season...was part of the Rangers team that won a district championship during her junior and senior seasons...also was an area champion her junior season

Off the Court with Ashley Wakefield Nickname:_______________________ Baby Ashley

Personal: The daughter of Jonathon and Charlotte Wakefield...born March 4, 1991...hometown is Garland, Texas...has one younger brother, Evan, and one older sister, Natalie...majoring in business management

Computer Bookmark:_ ______________ Facebook Three People You’d Want to Eat Dinner with: ___________ Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Drake Best Part of Road Trips:__________ Team Bonding Before Every Game I...:________ Listen to My iPod If I Don’t Play Pro Ball, I Plan to...: _____________Open My Own Shoe/Clothing Line Favorite TV Show:___________________ The Game Favorite ULM Class:_ ____________ University 101 Favorite Part About Monroe:_ _______ The Bayou Your Dream Professor is...And Would Teach: ____________________ Sherman Klump...Science Favorite Late Night Snack: ____ Oatmeal Cream Pies and Chocolate Swiss Rolls Craziest Ambition: ________________To Participate in American Idol Favorite Restaurant:______________ Olive Garden Three Words to Describe our Style of Play: __________________ Structured, Fast, Aggressive What Does Being a Warhawk Mean to You: ______________________________________ Pride WNBA Player I Admire the Most:_ __ Candace Parker Living Person You’d Most Like to Meet: _____________________________ Cynthia Cooper ABOUT YOUR TEAMMATES... Best Singer: _____________________ Sumar Leslie Worst Singer: _ ______________ Priscilla Mbiandja Best Dancer: _____________________________ Me Messiest:_ _______________________________ Me Jokester:_______________________ Portia Tucker Most Likely to Be a Coach:_____ Priscilla Mbiandja

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FANT-EWING COLISEUM FANT-EWING COLISEUM RECORDS Individual - Game

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

ATTENDANCE HIGHS 8,155..........02/11/85 vs. Louisiana Tech................... W, 80-67 7,630..........01/23/86 vs. Louisiana Tech . ................ W, 86-76 7,543..........02/01/84 vs. Louisiana Tech . ...................L,72-86 7,023..........03/24/85 vs. Louisiana Tech . ................ W, 85-76 6,850..........03/22/85 vs. Auburn ............................... W, 76-71 4,790..........02/2586 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette ......... W, 90-65 4,687..........01/13/83 vs. Louisiana Tech . ..................L, 77-88 4,003..........02/18/84 vs. Louisiana State ................ W, 90-83 3,862..........03/01/88 vs. Louisiana Tech . ..................L, 43-71 3,816..........02/04/82 vs. Louisiana Tech . ..................L, 40-93 3,777..........02/18/89 vs. Stephen F. Austin ..............L, 59-64 3,544..........02/03/94 vs. Stephen F. Austin .....L,75-78 (OT) 3,322..........02/16/91 vs. Texas-Arlington ............... W, 85-64 3,211..........01/13/90 vs. Stephen F. Austin ..............L, 55-82 3,210..........12/8/06 vs. Louisiana Tech .................... W, 58-54

02/07/07 02/05/98 02/13/93 12/08/92 01/23/86 02/11/85 03/24/85 03/22/85 03/15/84 01/18/84

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VS. RANKED TEAMS IN FANT-EWING No. 19...... Middle Tennessee.............................L, 70-83 No. 19...... Stephen F. Austin ................... W, 90-87 (ot) No. 13...... Stephen F. Austin............................ W, 77-73 No. 10...... Louisiana Tech.................................. W, 62-51 No. 3........ Louisiana Tech.................................. W, 86-76 No. 4........ Louisiana Tech.................................. W, 80-67 No. 4........ Louisiana Tech.................................. W, 85-76 No. 9........ Auburn................................................ W, 76-71 No. 7........ Kansas State...................................... W, 78-73 No. 7........ LSU....................................................... W, 90-83

Most Points Scored: Game -- 53, Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss (0301/91) Half -- 30, Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss (03/01/91) Most Field Goals Attempted: 31, Linda Kinard vs. Northwestern State (1977-78) Most Field Goals Made: 21, Lisa Ingram vs. LSU (1983-84) Best Field Goal Percentage: 91.7 (11 of 12), Marlena Mossbarger vs. Tulane (1978-79) Most 3-Point Goals Attempted: 15 , Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio (12/30/93) Most 3-Point Goals Made: 9 (of 15), Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio (12/30/93) Most Free Throws Attempted: 19, Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss (03/01/92) Most Free Throws Made: 17-of -19, Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss (03/01/92) Best Free Throw Percentage (Minimum 10): Game -- 1.000 (16-of-16), Karen Hopson vs. UNT (03/01/93) (10 of 10), Marlena Mossbarger vs. ULL (1977-78) Half -- 1.000 (10 of 10), EJ Lee vs. Louisiana Tech (1985-86) Most Rebounds: 21, Niela Gray vs. Nicholls State (02/03/96) 21, Jab Johnson vs. Georgia (12/10/88) 21, Renee Woodfin vs. Alcorn State (1986-87) Most Assists: 17, Eun Jung Lee vs. LSU (1983-84) Most Blocked Shots: 9, Cassandra Barker vs. Sam Houston State (02/20/92) Most Steals: 10, Felisha Edwards vs. North Texas (1987-88)

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Most Points Scored: Game -- 117 (117-78) vs. Nicholls State (1982-83) First Half—60 vs. Mississippi College (1985-86) Second Half—63 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1989-90) vs. San Diego State (1985-86) Largest Margin of Victory: 61, 94-33 vs. North Texas (1984-85) Fewest Points Allowed: Game -- 31, 53-31 vs. FIU (2008-09) Half -- 10 vs. North Texas (1984-85) Most Points, Both Teams: 195, 117-78 vs. Nicholls State (1982-83) Fewest Points, Both Teams: 84, 53-31 vs. FIU (01/24/09) Most Field Goals Attempted: 91 vs. Northwestern State (1989-90) Most Field Goals Made: 49 vs. Nicholls State (1982-83) Best Field Goal Percentage: 61.9 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1982-83) Best Defensive Percentage: Game -- 19.0 (15 of 79), vs. North Texas (1984-85) Half -- 13.2 (5 of 38), vs. North Texas (1984-85) Most 3-Point Goals Attempted: 24 vs. Texas-San Antonio (12/30/93) 24 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (02/11/09) Most 3-Point Goals Made: 14 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (02/11/09) Most Free Throws Attempted: 59 vs. Centenary (1981-82) Most Free Throws Made: 38 vs. Texas-Arlington (02/16/91) Best Free Throw Percentage: Game -- 13-13 vs. Northwestern State (12/09/08) 25+ attp -- 90.0 (36-of-40) vs. Louisiana Tech (1985-86) Half -- 1.000 (10-of-10) vs. Louisiana Tech (1985-86) (7 of 7) vs. Texas State (1991-92) Most Rebounds: 75 vs. North Texas (1984-85) Best Record: 15-0 (1984-85) Most Consecutive Wins: 32 (1984-86) Most Consecutive 100-Point Games: 4 (85-86)

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


FANT-EWING COLISEUM Miscellaneous Facts Opened: ....................................................................................... 1971 Cost: ................................................................................... $2,700,000 Capacity: . .................................................................................... 7,000 Named For: ............................................ Lenny Fant, former ULM basketball coach and Wilson Ewing, former part owner and general manager of the Monroe News-Star Playing Surface: ....................................................................... Wood .........................(maple, installed prior to the 1996-97 season) First Women’s Game: ...........vs. Northwestern State, 1974-75 ......................................................Northwestern State won, 61-56 First Win: .......................... vs. Louisiana Tech, 1974-75 (84-78) Longest Winning Streak: . ................................... 32 consecutive home victories, 1984-86 (second longest in the nation at the time) ULM’S RECORDS IN FANT-EWING (Average Attendance) Season............. W-L (Pct.)................ Att. ..............Rank 1974-75................3-1 (.750)......................NA........................ n/a 1975-76................5-3 (625).......................NA........................ n/a 1976-77................3-8 (.272)......................322....................... n/a 1977-78................2-7 (.222)......................274....................... n/a 1978-79................9-6 (.600)......................541....................... n/a 1979-80................3-7 (.300)......................289....................... n/a 1980-81................6-6 (.500)......................272....................... n/a 1981-82................6-6 (.500)......................687....................... n/a 1982-83................13-1 (.928)...................1,377................... n/a 1983-84................11-1 (.916)...................2,045................ (6th) 1984-85................15-0 (1.000).................3,026............... (2nd) 1985-86................11-0 (1.000).................3,072................ (3rd) 1986-87................7-6 (.538)......................1,571..............(14th) 1987-88................11-2 (.846)...................1,096..............(23rd) 1988-89................10-3 (.750)...................1,483..............(23rd) 1989-90................5-6 (.455)......................1,029.............(42nd) 1990-91................10-2 (.833)...................1,270...............(31st) 1991-92................8-5 (.615)......................1,564..............(33rd) 1992-93................11-2 (.846)...................1,565 .............(40th) 1993-94................10-3 (.769)...................1,700 .............(33rd) 1994-95................3-9 (.250)......................613....................... n/a 1995-96................3-9 (.250)......................565....................... n/a 1996-97................3-7 (.300)......................1,088................... n/a 1997-98................10-2 (.833)...................650....................... n/a 1998-99................8-4 (.667)......................2,125................... n/a 1999-00................8-2 (.800)......................1,892................... n/a 2000-01................13-2 (.867)...................2,006................... n/a 2001-02................6-6 (.500)......................1,787................... n/a 2002-03................7-5 (.583)......................799....................... n/a 2003-04................12-1 (.923)...................709....................... n/a 2004-05................12-2 (.857)...................815....................... n/a 2005-06................10-3 (.769)...................879....................... n/a 2006-07................6-7 (.462)......................1,568................... n/a 2007-08................8-7 (.533)......................733....................... n/a 2008-09................10-4 (.714)...................514....................... n/a TOTALS............ 270-140 (.659)

Back in 1991, a cartoon by Ron Rogers appeared in the Monroe News-Star which depicted Fant-Ewing Coliseum as “The Beast of Northeast.” Northeast Louisiana University has since become the University of Louisiana at Monroe so that part of the cartoon’s title no longer applies, but “The Beast” part still fits. For 35 years, ULM’s home basketball arena has been beastly to visiting teams and “Home Sweet Home” to Warhawk squads. Beginning in 1984 and continuing into 1986, ULM’s women won 32 consecutive games in the facility. More recently, the Warhawks women’s team had one of the longest home winning streaks in the country, 14 straight, beginning with the last two games of the 2002-03 season and continuing through the first 12 of the 2003-04 campaign. Strong play in Fant-Ewing has helped the Warhawks rank among the top 25 colleges in the nation in attendance six times, including No. 2 and No. 3 rankings. Eight times crowds of more than 4,000 have watched women’s games in the Coliseum. The Coliseum has been the site of several major games, including six women’s NCAA Tournament contests and numerous Southland Conference Tournament games, including all three rounds of the 2005 O’Reilley Auto Parts SLC Basketball Tournament. For four consecutive years (1997-00), Fant-Ewing was the site of the Louisiana Sweet 16 girls state high school tournament.

Fant-Ewing has been refurbished and improved many times during its 35 years. In 199293, the lighting system was enhanced. All bulbs were replaced with new lights, including 36 sports lights on each side of the floor specifically for television. That system illuminates the court to as high as 135 candle power—more than enough for television cameras and numerous Fant-Ewing games have been telecast. In 1997, the Coliseum’s tartan floor was replaced with a permanent wood surface. Padding was placed on top of the tartan with two layers of plywood followed by the maple playing surface. In 1998, the gold siding across the top of the building outside was replaced with maroon siding. New courtside chairs were added and in the works are press tables that will include advertising panels. In June 2006, the floor was redone to reflect the changes to the Warhawks logo and membership in the Sun Belt Conference. Also, prior to the 2009-10 season, both men’s and women’s basketball programs received renovated lockers rooms. In addition to the main arena, the Coliseum houses the men’s and women’s basketball, sports information, and the Department of Kinesiology. Fant-Ewing Coliseum was completed in 1971 at a cost of $2.7 million. There are 7,085 permanent seats and capacity can be increased to 8,000 with temporary seating. The facility is named for the late Lenny Fant, the university’s legendary men’s basketball coach from 1958 to 1979, and Wilson Ewing, also deceased, who was at one time part-owner and publisher of The News-Star.

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NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS GAME 1 at Tulane Fri., Nov. 13

GAME 2 at Texas State Tues., Nov. 17

GAME 3 at Northwestern State Fri., Nov. 20

GAME 4 vs. Centenary Tue., Nov. 24

GAME 5 vs. Youngstown State Fri., Nov. 27

GAME 6 vs. UTEP Sat., Nov. 28

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Quick Facts Location: New Orleans, La. Founded: 1834 Enrollment: 10,616 President: Dr. Scott Cowen AD: Rick Dickson SWA: Maria Woods Nickname: Green Wave Colors: Olive Green, Sky Blue Conference: CUSA Venue: Fogelman Arena Capacity: 3,600

Quick Facts Location: San Marcos, Texas Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 20,800 President: Dr. Denise Trauth AD: Dr. Larry Teis SWA: Tracy Shoemake Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon, Gold Conference: Southland Venue: Strahan Coliseum Capacity: 7,200

Quick Facts Location: Natchitoches, La. Founded: 1884 Enrollment: 9,111 President: Dr. Randall Webb AD: Greg Burke SWA: Jodie Heinicka Nickname: Lady Demons Colors: Purple, White, Orange Conference: Southland Venue: Prather Coliseum Capacity: 3,400

Quick Facts Location: Shreveport, La. Founded: 1825 Enrollment: 745 President: Dr. David Rowe AD: Dr. Tom Tallach SWA: Terry Ennis Nickname: Ladies Colors: Maroon, White Conference: The Summitt League Venue: Golden Dome Capacity: 3,000

Quick Facts Location: Youngstown, Ohio Founded: 1908 Enrollment: 14,682 President: Dr. David Sweet AD: Ron Strollo SWA: Elaine Jacobs Nickname: Penguins Colors: Red, White Conference: Horizon Venue: Beeghly Center Capacity: 6,300

Quick Facts Location: El Paso, Texas Founded: 1914 Enrollment: 20,000 President: Dr. Diana Natalicio AD: Bob Stull SWA: Lisa Campos Nickname: Miners Colors: Blue, Orange, Silver Conference: CUSA Venue: Don Haskins Center Capacity: 12,000

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 18-14 CUSA Record: 9-7 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/5 Head Coach: Lisa Stockton TU Record: 300-155 Overall Record: 363-182 Media Contact: Kevin Wilkinson Office: (504) 865-7271 Cell: (504) 615-8059 Email: kwilkin@tulane.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 12-16 SLC Record: 6-10 Starters Ret./Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 10/7 Head Coach: Suzanne Fox TSU Record: 158-184 Overall Record: 275-217 Media Contact: Amber Arterberry Office: (512) 245-4692 Cell: (512) 216-3414 Email: aa32@txstate.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 18-13 SLC Record: 9-7 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/6 Head Coach: Jennifer Graf NSU Record: 71-65 Overall Record: 71-65 Media Contact: Matthew Bonnette Office: (318) 357-6469 Cell: (318) 663-5701 Email: bonnettem@nsula.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 4-25 SL Record: 1-16 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 9/4 Head Coach: Bojan Jankovic Centenary Record: 0-0 Overall Record: 0-0 Media Contact: Allison McClain Office: (318) 869-5092 Cell: (936) 635-1129 Email: amcclain2@centenary.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 3-27 HL Record: 1-17 Starters Ret./Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 5/8 Head Coach: Cindy Martin YSU Record: 3-27 Overall Record: 73-50 Media Contact: Jon Vogel Office: (330) 941-1480 Cell: (330) 647-1150 Email: javogel@ysu.edu

GAME 6 vs. Weber State Fri., Nov. 28

GAME 7 at TCU Tues., Dec. 1

GAME 8 vs. Lamar Sat., Dec. 5

GAME 9 vs. McNeese State Fri., Dec. 11

GAME 12 vs. Nicholls State Mon., Dec. 28

Quick Facts Location: Ogden, Utah Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 21,000 President: Dr. Ann Millner AD: Jerry Graybeal SWA: Carla Taylor Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Purple, White Conference: Big Sky Venue: Dee Events Center Capacity: 11,500

Quick Facts Location: Fort Worth, Texas Founded: 1873 Enrollment: 8,865 President: Dr. Victor Boschini, Jr. AD: Dr. Daniel Morrison, Jr. SWA: Kim Johnson Nickname: Horned Frogs Colors: Purple, White Conference: Mountain West Venue: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Capacity: 7,201

Quick Facts Location: Beaumont, Texas Founded: 1923 Enrollment: 13,280 President: Dr. James Simmons AD: Billy Tubbs SWA: Helene Thill Nickname: Lady Cardinals Colors: Red, White Conference: Southland Venue: Montagne Center Capacity: 10,080

Quick Facts Location: Lake Charles, La. Founded: 1935 Enrollment: 8,922 President: Dr. Robert Hebert AD: Tommy McClelland SWA: Bridget Martin Nickname: Cowgirls Colors: Royal Blue, Yellow Conference: Southland Venue: Burton Coliseum Capacity: 8,000

Quick Facts Location: Thibodaux, La. Founded: 1948 Enrollment: 6,814 President: Dr. Stephen Hulbert AD: Rob Bernardi SWA: Louis Bonin Nickname: Colonels Colors: Red, Grey Conference: Southland Venue: Stopher Gym Capacity: 3,800

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 18-12 CUSA Record: 11-5 Starters Ret./Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/3 Head Coach: Keitha Adams UTEP Record: 123-113 Overall Record: 123-113 Media Contact: Mark Brunner Office: (915) 747-5722 Cell: (915) 472-6038 Email: mbrunner@utep.edu

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 10-19 BSC Record: 5-11 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 11/3 Head Coach: Carla Taylor WBU Record: 292-300 Overall Record: 292-300 Media Contact: Darin Hogge Office: (801) 626-6012 Cell: (801) 725-8868 Email: dhogge@weber.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 20-11 MWC Record: 12-4 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/4 Head Coach: Jeff Mittie TCU Record: 216-106 Overall Record: 367-165 Media Contact: Andy Anderson Office: (817) 257-7679 Cell: (817) 343-6465 Email: a.anderson2@tcu.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 20-11 SLC Record: 10-6 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/5 Head Coach: Larry Tidwell LU Record: 39-24 Overall Record: 39-24 Media Contact: TBA Office: TBA Cell: TBA Email: TBA

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 14-16 SC Record: 6-10 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/4 Head Coach: Brooks Williams MS Record: 24-37 Overall Record: 24-37 Media Contact: Office: Pam LaFosse Cell: n/a Email: plafosse@mcneeese.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 2-25 SLC Record: 2-14 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 4/3 Head Coach: DoBee Plaisance NSU Record: 2-24 Overall Record: 159-247 Media Contact: Brandon Rizzuto Office: (985) 448-4281 Cell: (504) 782-3590 Email: brandon.rizzuto@nicholls.edu


SUN BELT CONFERENCE OPPONENTS GAMES 10/28 North Texas at Tue., Dec. 15 vs. Sat. Feb. 27

GAMES 11/18 Denver at Mon., Dec. 21 vs. Sat., Jan. 16

GAMES 14/21 Troy vs. Wed., Dec. 30 at Wed., Jan. 27

GAMES 14/25 UALR vs. Sat., Jan. 2 at Wed., Feb. 10

GAME 15 FIU at Wed., Jan. 6

GAME 16 Florida Atlantic at Sat., Jan. 9

Quick Facts

Team Information

Location: Denton, Texas 2008-09 Record: 11-20 Founded: 1890 SBC Record: 6-12 Enrollment: 34,268 Starers Ret./Lost: 1/4 President: Dr. Gretchen Bataille Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 3/10 AD: Rick Villarreal Head Coach: Shanice Stephens SWA: Cinnamon Sheffield UNT Record: 11-20 Nickname: Mean Green Overall Record: 11-20 Colors: Green, White Media Contact: Steven Bartolotta Conference: Sun Belt Office: (940) 369-8329 Venue: The Super Pit Cell: (817) 300-1931 Capacity: 10,032 Email: steven.bartolotta.unt.edu

Quick Facts Location: Denver, Colo. Founded: 1864 Enrollment: 11,328 President: Robert Coombe AD: Peg Bradley-Doppes SWA: Pam Wettig Nickname: Pioneers Colors: Crimson, Gold Conference: Sun Belt Venue: Magness Arena Capacity: 7,200

Quick Facts Location: Troy, Ala. Founded: 1887 Enrollment: 28,255 President: Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. AD: Steve Dennis SWA: Sandy Atkins Nickname: Trojans Colors: Cardinal, Silver, Black Conference: Sun Belt Venue: Trojan Arena Capacity: 4,000

Quick Facts

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 16-15 SBC Record: 10-8 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 6/6 Head Coach: Erik Johnson DU Record: 16-15 Overall Record: 16-15 Media Contact: Nicole Dupes Office: (303) 871-4990 Cell: (954) 478-2090 Email: nicole.dupes@du.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 16-14 SBC Record: 10-8 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/5 Head Coach: Michael Murphy Troy Record: 91-110 Overall Record: 163-137 Media Contact: Travis Jarome Office: (334) 670-5654 Cell: (334) 372-7034 Email: tjarome@troy.edu

Team Information

Location: Little Rock, Ark. 2008-09 Record: 26-7 Founded: 1927 SBC Record: 16-2 Enrollment: 12,000 Starters Ret./Lost: 4/1 President: Dr. Joel Anderson Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 9/1 AD: Chris Peterson Head Coach: Joe Foley SWA: Andrea Nunez UALR Record: 103-77 Nickname: Trojans Overall Record: 559-158 Colors: Silver, Black, Maroon Media Contact: Brandy Sweeden Conference: Sun Belt Office: (501) 683-7003 Venue: The Jack Stephens Center Cell: (501) 993-9868 Capacity: 5,600 Email: bmsweeden@ualr.edu

Quick Facts

Team Information

Location: Miami, Fla. 2008-09 Record: 6-24 Founded: 1965 SBC Record: 4-14 Enrollment: 38,000 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 President: Dr. Mark Rosenberg Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 10/3 AD: Pete Garcia Head Coach: Cindy Russo SWA: Julie Berg FIU Record: 577-286 Nickname: Golden Panthers Overall Record: 617-308 Colors: Blue, Gold Media Contact: Jenna Marina Conference: Sun Belt Office: (305) 348-2084 Venue: U.S. Century Bank Arena Cell: (727) 271-0227 Capacity: 5,000 Email: jmari025@fiu.edu

Quick Facts Location: Boca Raton, Fla. Founded: 1961 Enrollment: 26,000 President: Dr. John Pritchett AD: Craig Angelos SWA: Melissa Dawson Nickname: Owls Colors: Blue, Red Conference: Sun Belt Venue: FAU Gymnasium Capacity: 5,000

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 12-17 SBC Record: 9-9 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/3 Head Coach: Chancellor Dugan FAU Record: 123-168 Overall Record: 282-241 Media Contact: Jared Smith Office: (561) 297-3163 Cell: (561) 702-5537 Email: jsmit295@fau.edu

GAME 17 South Alabama vs. Wed., Jan. 13

GAME 19 Middle Tennessee vs. Wed., Jan. 20

GAMES 20/26 New Orleans at Sat., Jan. 23 vs. Wed., Feb. 17

GAMES 22/27 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Sat., Jan. 30 at Sat., Feb. 20

GAME 23 Western Kentucky vs. Wed., Feb. 3

GAME 24 Arkansas State at Mon., Feb. 8

Quick Facts

Team Information

Location: Mobile, Ala. Founded: 1963 Enrollment: 14,757 President: V. Gordon Moulton AD: Dr. Joel Erdmann SWA: Pam Young Nickname: Lady Jags Colors: Blue, Red, White Conference: Sun Belt Venue: Mitchell Center Capacity: 10,000

Quick Facts

Team Information

Location: Murfreesboro, Tenn. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 25,191 President: Dr. Sidney McPhee AD: Chris Massaro SWA: Diane Turnham Nickname: Blue Raiders Colors: Royal Blue, White Conference: Sun Belt Venue: Murphy Center Capacity: 11,520

Quick Facts

2008-09 Record: 14-17 SBC Record: 8-10 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 8/4 Head Coach: Amy Champion UNO Record: 41-105 Overall Record: 41-105 Media Contact: Jason Plotkin Office: (504) 280-6284 Cell: n/a Email: jplotkin@uno.edu

Quick Facts

Team Information

Location: Lafayette, La. Founded: 1900 Enrollment: 15,035 President: Dr. Joesphen Savoie AD: David Walker SWA: Sherry LeBas Nickname: Ragin’ Cajuns Colors: Vermilion, White Conference: Sun Belt Venue: CAJUNDOME Capacity: 11,550

Quick Facts

2008-09 Record: 3-27 SBC Record: 0-18 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 11/3 Head Coach: Errol Rogers ULL Record: 11-49 Overall Record: 11-49 Media Contact: Cade Sirmans Office: (337) 482-6329 Cell: (205) 451-9645 Email: sirmans@louisiana.edu

Team Information

Location: Bowling Green, Ky. Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 19,761 President: Dr. Gary Ransdell AD: Dr. Camden Wood Selig SWA: Pam Herriford Nickname: Lady Toppers Colors: Red, White Conference: Sun Belt Venue: E.A. Diddle Arena Capacity: 7,326

Location: Jonesboro, Ark. Founded: 1909 Enrollment: 11,490 President: Dr. Les Wyatt AD: Dr. Dean Lee SWA: Julie Lessiter Nickname: Red Wolves Colors: Scarlet, Black Conference: Sun Belt Venue: Convocation Center Capacity: 10,038

2008-09 Record: 28-6 SBC Record: 17-1 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 10/0 Head Coach: Rick Insell MTSU Record: 100-33 Overall Record: 100-33 Media Contact: Travis Woods Office: (615) 898-5270 Cell: (615) 663-2115 Email: woods@goblueraiders.com

Team Information

Location: New Orleans, La. Founded: 1958 Enrollment: 11,466 President: Dr. Timothy Ryan AD: Mike Bujol SWA: Stacey Willmott Nickname: Lady Privateers Colors: Royal Blue, Silver Conference: Sun Belt Venue: Lakefront Arena Capacity: 8,933

Quick Facts

2008-09 Record: 21-11 SBC Record: 10-8 Starters Ret./Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 5/9 Head Coach: Rick Peitri USA Record: 154-112 Overall Record: 154-112 Media Contact: Kevin Beasly Office: (251) 414-8033 Cell: (251) 377-8164 Email: kbeasly@usouthal.edu

2008-09 Record: 16-13 SBC Record: 10-8 Starters Ret./Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 11/0 Head Coach: Mary Taylor Cowles WKU Record: 154-70 Overall Record: 154-70 Media Contact: Chris Glowacki Office: (270) 745-5388 Cell: (270) 791-8499 Email: chris.glowacki@wku.edu

Team Information 2008-09 Record: 16-14 SBC Record: 10-8 Starters Ret./Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Ret./Lost: 7/5 Head Coach: Brian Boyer ASU Record: 168-135 Overall Record: 168-135 Media Contact: Van Provence Office: (870) 972-2707 Cell: (870) 897-5010 Email: vprovence@astate.edu

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2008-09 SEASON NOTES ULM Knocks off Western Kentucky a record-setting offensive perforin Opening Round of Sun Belt mance on Feb. 11 against LouisiTournament ana-Lafayette when the Warhawks The Warhawks came out on Mar. converted on 14 3-point attempts. 7th ready for a fight. After scoring the first bucket of the contest, ULM Carrier Propels ULM Fifth Third held the lead for 32:32 before WestClassic Championship ern Kentucky tied the game for the Jesse Carrier provided a pair of first time with a free throw at the last second heroic shots to win both 7:28 mark in the second half. As both games of the Fifth Third Classic in teams exchanged blows down the Huntington, W.Va., Nov. 21-22. stretch, senior captain Lottie Moore During the first game of the tourprovided the final uppercut with a nament against Morgan State, Car3-pointer that pushed the Warhawk rier scored six of her eight points lead to five points and sent the Lady in the final 44 seconds. She hit a Toppers tumbling. ULM made 4-of-6 3-point shot cutting the Morgan free throws in the final 46 seconds to State lead to one before hitting the ULM after its Pink Zone 83-52 win over Louisiana-Lafayette. increase its lead to nine and the final dramatic game-winner from the margin 71-62 to knock off the reigning Sun right corner with 6.1 seconds remaining. Belt Conference regular season and tournament Larrie Williams came off the bench to score a Carrier Does It all From Behind the Arc champions. career-high 15 points on 7-of-10 shooting, to go People who know ULM women’s basketball are along with five rebounds. Lottie Moore, Ashley familiar with the outside shooting ability of Jesse Moore Grabs Postseason Sun Belt & LSWA Honors Wallis and Carrier each scored eight points apiece After leading the ULM women’s basketball pro- Carrier. Carrier is the go-to shooter when it comes in the victory. to the 3-point shot. On Nov. 20 of last season she gram to its first Sun Belt Conference Tournament During the championship game against Marvictory and a 15-16 record, senior Lottie Moore was dropped a career-high five 3-point shots on five at- shall, Carrier again provided excitement with her named to a pair of postseason honors - Louisiana tempts against Southern Miss. She also made five 3-point shooting. She nailed a 3-pointer with 2:31 Sports Writers Association and the Sun Belt Confer- 3-point buckets in a game last season vs. Marshall on the clock and then hit the game-winning dagon Nov. 22 and again made five 3s against Louisiana- ger with 30 seconds left to give ULM the champience. She also made an impression on the coaches Lafayette on Feb. 11. Carrier ended the 2008-09 sea- ons trophy. son shooting 37.2 percent (64-172) from behind the and sports information directors of the Sun Belt Conference as they also voted her to the third 3-point line. Currently, Carrier is in fifth place all-time Firing Out of the Gates in ULM 3-point percent history hitting at a 37.0 per- ULM fired out of the gates the last five seasons team. Moore, a 5-foot-8 guard from West Monroe, cent (131-354) clip. She is also in fourth place with La., led the team in scoring (12.0 points per game), in non-conference action to the tune of a 39-16 reassists (111 – 3.6 per game), steals (70 – 2.3 per 131 career 3-point makes. cord and .709 winning percentage. The Warhawks game) and blocks (25). She also grabbed the sec39-16 record against non-conference opponents Doing the Little Things to Win Games ond most rebounds (166) on the squad. Moore was is the best five-season stretch under head coach Every team needs that one person who is willing to a constant on both ends of the floor as she moved Mona Martin. Her best non-conference season sacrifice their body and lay themselves out for the bet- came three years ago when her team went 10-1 into eighth place all-time in ULM history in steals terment of the team. Ashley Wallis and Shannon Davis (182) and 13th all-time in assists (257). and won by an average of 11.7 points per game. The senior finished her four-year Warhawk ca- are those people for the ULM Warhawk women’s basketball program. In a hustle and body sacrifice statisti- Ringing in the New Year reer with 851 points, 520 rebounds, 257 assists and 182 steals. During her final campaign, Moore cal sheet kept by former co-associate head coach Rob- The day before the New Year brings joy for many. topped double-digits in points on 19 occasions, ert Dallimore, Wallis took 20 of the teams 57 charges, On the joyful day, the Warhawks have twice had while Shannon Davis dove or deflected 54 balls. including a season-high 23 during a road contest the privilege of playing on Dec. 31. ULM dropped a Sannisha Williams and Davis spear-headed the against South Alabama. She also became the first 68-50 contest at UALR in 2008 and also during the offensive rebounding attack as they combined to player in ULM history to accumulate 300 points, 1985-86 season the Warhawks dropped a 70-65 record at least three offensive rebounds in 24-of-31 decision to the University of Texas-Austin. Current 100 rebounds, 100 assists and 70 steals in a season. Warhawk games last season. ULM as a team out- Associate Head Coach EJ Ok was part of the 1985rebounded its opponents on the offensive glass in Moore Joins Elite Company with 300, 100, 100 86 team that finished the season 26-3 and had a 21-of-31 contests. Lottie Moore has developed herself throughout No. 3/13 ranking in the country. On a side note, the the years at ULM and in the process put her name Warhawks have never played on New Year’s Day in into the record books. She put herself in elite com- One of the Few Unique Lineups in the Country program history. pany on and off the court as she graduated with a The Warhawks were one of seven women’s basbachelor’s degree (marketing) in three-and-a-half ketball programs in the nation that had five starters Warhawks Ballers Get it Done in the Classroom from the same state. ULM started Louisiana prod- The ULM women’s basketball team proved they years. On the court Moore was one-of-five players in ULM history to record at least 300 points, 100 re- ucts in all but seven games last season. Its most can not only get it done on the court, but in the frequent starting lineup combination was that of classroom. The Warhawks amassed a team grade bounds and 100 assists in a season. If you throw the Kassie Courtney, Lottie Moore, Jesse Carrier, Ashley 70 steals into the equation, she was the only player point average of 3.03 while Jesse Carrier earned Wallis, and Sannisha Williams. In total, there was 11 a 4.0 GPA. Four other Warhawks were above a 3.3 to accumulate those numbers during a season’s time. different starting lineup combinations used by head GPA in the fall semester. During the spring semescoach Mona Martin. Head Coach Mona Martin Earns 200th Victory ter it was more of the same as the squad again fin With ULM’s 82-54 victory SIU-Edwardsville on Dec. ished with a team GAP higher than 3.00. 18, Mona Martin earned her 200th victory as head Record Setting Performances on Both Ends The fans inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum twice witcoach of the Warhawks. Martin finished the season nessed a record-breaking performance last year. On with 207 career victories and is seven victories from Jan. 24 against FIU, the Warhawks held the Golden becoming the winningest women’s basketball coach Panthers to 31 points in the contest. It was the lowin ULM history. Linda Harper won 213 games over a 13-year span from 1978-1990. Harper’s best season est point total by an opponent inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum and the second lowest point total by an came during the 1982-83 season in which her team opponent in program history. ULM fans then saw went 30-2 and made the NCAA Final Four.

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2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES

Game 1

ULM Arkansas

38 77

Nov. 15, 2008 • Fayetteville, Ark.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Arkansas controlled the paint and wore down the ULM women’s basketball team during the second half on its way to a 77-38 victory in the season opener for both squads at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, Ark., on Saturday afternoon. Arkansas (1-0) had five players score in double-digits led by a game-high 14 points from Ceira Ricketts. Ayana Brereton scored 13, Whitney Jones added 12, and Lyndsay Harris and Charity Ford finished with 10 each. ULM (0-1) was led by senior Lottie Moore’s 10 rebounds and four points. Freshman point guard Sumar Leslie added eight points to lead the Warhawks in the point’s column. Arkansas set the tone early, registering a pair of blocks on ULM’s first possession. The Razorbacks finished with five first half blocks and eight on the night. Arkansas followed ULM’s first possession with a 15-8 run in a six-minute stretch, pounding the Warhawks near the basket. The Razorbacks finished with a 24-point scoring advantage in the paint on the afternoon, 40-16. The Warhawk offense was forced to alter many of its shots throughout the half and struggled to find a rhythm. ULM shot 24.2 percent off 8-of-33 shooting which included 3-of-13 (23.7 percent) from outside the 3-point line in the opening period. Leslie was the only Warhawk to sink more than one field goal in the first half, scoring all eight of her points on 3-of-8 shooting. Arkansas entered the second half with a 13-4 run in the first 3:48 to push its lead from nine to 21 points and put the game out of reach. ULM hit on only seven field goals and 21.2 percent shooting in the second half. The Warhawks connected on 22.7 percent (15-66) of their shots on the night. ULM (0-1) No. Name FG 3-FG FT 40 *Wallis,A. 2-8 0-0 1-2 34 *Davis,S. 1-6 0-0 0-0 11 *Moore,L. 1-9 0-3 2-5 13 *Leslie,S. 3-9 2-6 0-0 20 *Carrier,J. 1-6 0-3 0-0 01 Zollicoffer,M. 1-4 0-0 0-3 10 Courtney,K. 2-9 0-3 0-0 15 Rawson,J. 1-2 0-0 0-0 21 Torres,E. 2-7 1-3 2-2 30 Tucker,P. 0-1 0-0 0-0 32 Williams,S. 0-1 0-0 0-2 35 Williams,L. 1-4 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 15--66 3-18 5-14

Reb Pf Pts 0-1-1 1 5 7-1-8 2 2 4-6-10 3 4 1-2-3 3 8 1-2-3 1 2 2-1-3 1 2 1-3-4 3 4 1-5-6 2 2 1-2-3 4 7 0-0-0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0-0-0 2 2 3-1-4 21-24-45 22 38

1st Half 2nd Half Game Field Goals 24.2 21.2 22.7 3-Pt Field Goals 23.1 0.0 16.7 Free Throws 0.0 45.5 35.7 Arkansas (1-0) No. Name FG 3-FG FT Reb Pf Pts 21 *Jones, W. 6-12 0-1 0-1 1-5-6 1 12 34 *Brereton, A. 4-9 3-3 2-2 2-2-4 2 13 23 *McCray, A. 2-4 0-0 0-0 3-2-5 2 4 02 *Arnold, S. 3-4 1-2 0-1 1-4-5 0 7 33 *Harris, L. 3-7 2-6 2-4 1-3-4 4 10 03 Townsend, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 12 Daniels, A. 1-2 0-0 0-0 4-2-6 0 2 13 Inman, J. 0-4 0-3 0-0 0-2-2 1 0 22 Ricketts, C. 5-11 0-3 4-6 2-5-7 2 14 24 Richardson, B. 0-3 0-2 2-2 0-2-2 1 2 32 Ford, C. 5-11 0-2 0-0 3-2-5 0 10 54 Williams, A. 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 1 3 TEAM 1-1-2 Totals.............. 30-68 6-22 11-18 18-33-51 15 77 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 36.4 30.8 100

2nd Half 51.4 22.2 56.3

Officials: Scott Yarbrough, Doug Cloud, Metta Roberts Technical Fouls: ULM-None. Arkansas-None. Attendance: 1,460 Score by Periods: ULM Arkansas

1st 19 30

2nd 19 47

Total 38 77

Game 44.1 27.3 61.1

A 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7

Min 19 28 31 23 30 4 17 12 19 1 10 6

A 2 2 0 7 4 0 0 1 1 0 2 1

Min 23 23 12 29 19 2 8 18 24 8 21 13

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Game 2

ULM Centenary

76 60

Nov. 18, 2008 • Shreveport, La.

SHREVEPORT, La. - Jesse Carrier led three ULM players in double figures as the Warhawks defeated Centenary 76-60 Tuesday night in non-conference action at the Gold Dome in Shreveport, La. The sharp-shooting junior netted 14 points on 5-of-9 shooting from the floor, including 4-of-8 from beyond the 3-point line. The Warhawks’ lone senior Lottie Moore added 13 points and freshman Larrie Williams dropped in 10. ULM’s (1-1) high-pressure defense forced 27 Centenary (0-2) turnovers on the night, which the Warhawks turned into 38 points. ULM also dominated the glass outrebounding the Ladies 48-34, including a 24-15 advantage on the offensive end, which led to 38 second-chance points. Cierra Bush led Centenary with a game-high 16 points. Anna Farrell added 13 points and nine rebounds, while Ashley Jackson had 12 points and seven rebounds. After opening the second half hitting on just one of their first seven shots, the Warhawks connected on five of their next six attempts – including a pair of Carrier 3-pointers – to stake a 52-44 lead with just over 11 minutes to play. The hot shooting turned into a 25-7 run to give the Warhawks a 65-48 lead with 8:06 to play in the game. ULM had a balanced rebounding effort with five players pulling down four or more rebounds in the game. Moore and junior Shannon Davis paced the Warhawks with seven each, while sophomore Sannisha Williams grabbed six boards. Williams finished the game with nine points, while freshman Sumar Leslie had eight points, six steals and five assists. A pair of Bush free throws closed out a 25-10 Centenary run to give the Ladies the lead, 41-40, for the first time since a 5-3 advantage two minutes into the game. It would also be the last time Centenary held the lead. The Warhawks broke a 13-13 tie with a 17-3 run midway through the opening half. Carrier, Leslie and sophomore Kassie Courtney all hit 3-pointers during the run as the Warhawks jumped out to a 30-16 lead with 5:09 to play. Centenary closed the half on a 17-8 spurt cutting the ULM lead down to a manageable five points, 38-33, at intermission. ULM (1-1) No. Name FG 3-Fg FT Reb Pf Pts 32 *Williams,S. 3-8 0-0 3-4 4-2-6 0 9 34 *Davis,S. 1-4 0-0 4-6 3-4-7 4 6 10 *Courtney,K. 1-7 1-1 0-0 1-2-3 2 3 11 *Moore,L. 2-9 0-0 9-12 4-3-7 3 13 21 *Torres,E. 2-5 1-4 0-0 0-3-3 1 5 01 Zollicoffer,M. 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 2 13 Leslie,S. 2-6 1-2 3-4 1-1-2 3 8 15 Rawson,J. 2-5 0-0 0-0 3-1-4 4 4 20 Carrier,J. 5-9 4-8 0-0 1-2-3 2 14 24 Lonsberry,K. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 30 Tucker,P. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 35 Williams,L. 4-6 0-0 2-2 3-2-5 1 10 40 Wallis,A. 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 4 2 TEAM 3-2-5 Totals.............. 24-64 7-15 21-28 24-24-48 24 76 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 35.3 44.4 83.3

2nd Half 40.0 50.0 68.8

A 0 1 1 3 4 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 1

Min 18 26 14 33 18 2 24 10 24 1 5 15 10

16

200

Game 37.5 46.7 75.0

Centenary (0-2) No. Name FG 3-FG FT Reb Pf Pts A Min 01 *Dragnic, N. 0-1 0-1 2-3 2-1-3 2 2 0 10 30 *Farrell, A. 3-7 0-1 7-9 4-5-9 5 13 0 26 03 *Zaloga, K. 2-8 0-3 1-1 0-1-1 3 5 5 24 11 *Johnson, C. 1-5 1-3 0-0 1-1-2 2 3 1 29 13 *Bush, C. 3-7 3-4 7-10 0-3-3 3 16 2 25 10 Bothwell, J. 0-2 0-1 2-2 0-0-0 1 2 1 9 12 Alberson, B. 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-0-0 0 0 0 10 31 Joseph, B. 1-3 1-2 2-2 1-3-4 1 5 0 18 34 Jackson, A. 2-7 0-0 8-10 4-3-7 3 12 1 22 43 Berg, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 6 52 Weiler, S. 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 8 55 Forest, L. 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 2 2 0 13 TEAM 2-2-4 Totals.............. 13-47 5-17 29-38 15-19-34 24 60 10 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 36.0 57.1 84.6

2nd Half 18.2 10.0 72.0

Officials: Marlin Ramsey, Ron Harris, Nikki Ulrey Technical Fouls: ULM-None. Centenary-None. Attendance: 575 Score by Periods: ULM Centenary

1st 38 33

2nd 38 27

Game 27.7 29.4 76.3

Game 3

Morgan State ULM

57 59

Nov. 21, 2008 • Huntington, W.Va.

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Jesse Carrier drained a 3-point shot with eight seconds remaining leading ULM to a 59-57 victory over Morgan State in the opening game of the Fifth Third Classic Friday night at the Cam Henderson Center in Huntington, W.Va. With Morgan State clinging to a 57-53 lead, Carrier scored six points in the final 41 seconds to give the Warhawks their second straight win. Carrier’s first 3-pointer pulled the Warhawks within one, 57-56, and set up her dramatic game-winner from the corner. Larrie Williams came off the bench to lead the Warhawks (2-1) with a career-high 15 points on 7-of-10 shooting – along with five rebounds. Lottie Moore, Ashley Wallis and Carrier each netted eight points on a combined9of-24 shooting. Moore had eight rebounds and six assists, and scored her 500th career point on a 3-pointer early in the first half. Erin Hawkins and Aaries Reed led Morgan State (3-1) with 12 points each. Corin Adams also chipped in 11 points and four assists. The Warhawks suffered through a 17-hour travel day on Thursday, with included a flight cancelation forcing the team to travel to West Virginia on two separate flights. Half the team went through Houston, while the remainder of the team traveled through Atlanta. Morgan State opened the game firing beyond the arc. The Bears shot five 3-pointers in the first five minutes, making two, and claiming a one-point lead. The Bears continued to use their outside game putting together an eight-point run and pushing their lead to 10-points (26-16) with just under eight minutes in the half. Williams netted 10 of her 15 points in the opening half to help the Warhawks cut the deficit down to two with 2:26 remaining in the half. Morgan State took a 33-28 lead into the half. The second half saw the scoreboard change from a Morgan State five-point advantage to a ULM three-point lead, 43-40, in the first seven-minutes. The Warhawks used a 15-7 run on 7-of-11 shooting, including four-points from Sannisha Williams. Morgan State (3-1) No. Name FG 3-FG Ft Reb Pf Min 24 *Davis, T. 2-6 0-0 2-2 3-1-4 30 33 *Jones, P. 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-5-5 1 01 *Adams, C. 4-14 2-5 1-3 0-3-3 1 03 *Hawkins, E. 4-10 2-6 2-4 0-1-1 3 12 *Dodson, B. 1-5 0-2 5-6 0-6-6 1 14 Turner, T. 0-2 0-1 1-2 1-1-2 0 15 Hunt, S. 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 4 21 Reed, A. 2-5 0-0 8-10 3-1-4 2 23 Mathis, D. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 30 Davis, M. 2-4 0-1 2-3 2-1-3 1 52 Barber, B. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 TEAM 3-1-4 Totals.............. 16-54 4-16 21-30 12-23-35 17 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 37.5 44.4 73.3

1st Half 40.0 22.2 66.7

A 6

2 11 12 7 1 0 12 0 6 0 57

0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5

Pf

Pts

A

0-0-0 4 1-8-9 3 2-6-8 3 0-3-3 1 1-1-2 1 0-0-0 1 1-1-2 3 1-3-4 2 2-1-3 1 2-3-5 3 3-4-7 3 1-3-4 14-33-47 25

4 2 8 8 5 0 2 5 2 15 8 59

0 2 6 3 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 18

2nd Half 23.3 0.0 66.7

ULM (2-1) No. Name FG 3-FG FT Min 32 *Williams,S. 2-2 0-0 0-0 34 *Davis,S. 1-4 0-0 0-0 11 *Moore,L. 2-8 1-1 3-4 20 *Carrier,J. 3-9 2-7 0-0 21 *Torres,E. 2-8 1-5 0-0 01 Zollicoffer,M. 0-2 0-0 0-0 10 Courtney,K. 1-2 0-1 0-0 13 Leslie,S. 2-3 1-1 0-0 15 Rawson,J. 1-3 0-0 0-0 35 Williams,L. 7-10 0-0 1-3 40 Wallis,A. 4-7 0-0 0-2 TEAM Totals.............. 25-58 5-15 4-9 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 3

Reb

2nd Half 46.4 50.0 33.3

0 31 35 30 20 7 12 20 1 12 2

Game 29.6 25.0 70.0

8 26 29 22 26 4 18 25 5 17 20

Game 43.1 33.3 44.4

Officials: Sue Blauch, Felicia Grinter, Royce Blevins Technical Fouls: Morgan State-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 100 Score by Periods: Morgan State ULM

1st 33 28

2nd 24 31

Total 57 59

Total 76 60

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2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES

Game 4

ULM Marshall

Nov. 22, 2008 • Huntington, W.Va.

69 67

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Jesse Carrier again stepped up and hit the game winning shot for the second consecutive game of the Fifth Third Classic to give ULM a two-point victory, 69-67, over Marshall in the championship game Saturday afternoon inside the Cam Henderson Center.

Game 5

Southern Miss ULM

57 75

Nov. 25, 2008 • Monroe, La.

Game 6

Tulane ULM

Nov. 29, 2008 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. - Ashley Wallis scored 15 points pacing a balanced ULM attack in a 75-57 victory over Southern Miss inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum in Monroe, La., Tuesday night.

MONROE, La. - Tulane outlasts ULM in a four-hour basketball marathon, which included a 2:06 power outage, to walk away with a 62-60 victory Saturday afternoon in Fant-Ewing Coliseum.

ULM (3-1) showed it could handle pressure for the second consecutive game and ended with another exciting flurry of Carrier 3-point shots. Holding a one-point advantage with 2:58 remaining in the second half, the Warhawks were able to hold off a charging Marshall squad.

Wallis’ 15 points, a career-high, was one of three double-digit scorers for the Warhawks (4-1), who have now won four straight games. Shannon Davis added 13 points, a career-high – along with seven rebounds, and Lottie Moore chipped in 10 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals. In total, 11 Warhawks scored at least four points.

The Warhawks fought back from an 11-point halftime deficit behind Sumar Leslie’s game-high 19 points -- 11 of which came in the second half.

Carrier again provided the winning blow and knocked down a 3-point shot in the final seconds on her way to earning tournament Most Valuable Player. In Friday’s 59-57 win over Morgan State, the Sulphur, La., native knocked down the game winner with eight seconds remaining.

The game’s only double-double, 10 points and 10 rebounds, by Amber Eugene led Southern Miss (2-2). Pauline Love also chipped in 12 points and nine rebounds for the Golden Eagles, who were picked to win Conference USA in the league’s preseason poll.

Three Green Wave (3-3) players scored in double-figures led by Chassity Brown’s 16 points, three assists and three steals. Brittany Lindsey and Roshaunda Barnes scored 15 and 13 points, respectively.

Carrier finished with a career-high 19 points including 5-of-7 from beyond the arc for ULM. She also added five rebounds and a pair of assists. Moore scored three points, grabbed four rebounds and added five assists. Lottie Moore was also named to the all-tournament team.

The Warhawks have now won four of the last five meetings in the series.

Marshall (3-1) was led by Tynikki Crook’s game-high 20 points along with eight rebounds. Alyssa Hammond added 19 points of her own including 11-of-12 from the free throw line. ULM traded buckets with Marshall for most of the first half before falling behind by as many as eight, 15-7, with 10:34 remaining. The Warhawks rallied back behind the play of Shannon Davis who scored a pair of layups to lead a 10-3 Warhawk rally, 20-20, with a little under six minutes in the half. The Thundering Herd then tried a trapping defense but Carrier found the open holes and knocked down a pair of 3-point shots to cap an 8-3 Warhawk run, 28-23. Marshall eventually chipped away at the ULM lead and tied the score, 33-33, to enter halftime.

ULM’s press defense forced the Golden Eagles into a season-high 28 turnovers. The Warhawks turned those turnovers into 27 points, while turning the ball over a season-low 17 times. Both teams exchanged points for the first five minutes before the Warhawk defensive pressure stepped up. ULM increased its lead from two to as many as 11, 24-13, with 9:49 on the clock. Southern Miss fought back chipping away at the Warhawk lead little by little. ULM took a four-point lead into halftime, 32-28. Jordan Rawson led nine Warhawks who scored in the opening half with six points on 3-of-4 shooting from the field.

Carrier led the Warhawks at halftime with eight points, including 2-of-3 from behind the arc. Elizabeth Torres chipped in six points off two 3-pointers.

The Golden Eagles and Warhawks exchanged buckets for first four minutes of the second half before the ULM defense, just like in the first half, turned up the heat. In a matter of just over two minutes, the Warhawk lead went from five points to 12. ULM held Southern Miss to one shot and caused a pair of turnovers during the run.

The Warhawks opened the second half with an 8-3 run and made it 41-36 before four minutes had expired off the clock. A variety of jumpers and a pair of Ashley Wallis free throws paced the run.

Throughout the remaining 13-plus minutes, ULM preserved its double-digit lead and filtered in its entire bench. There were five Warhawk reserves that played double-digit minutes, led by Sumar Leslie’s 17.

Three minutes later Portia Tucker entered the game and scored four quick points and helped the Warhawks increase their six-point lead from 47-41, to as many as 11-points with 10:32 on the clock.

Southern Miss (2-2) No. Name Fg 03 *Red, K. 2-10 55 *Love, P. 6-16 44 *Helgeson, S. 1-2 10 *Eugene, A. 5-7 14 *Barber, A. 3-6 01 Rucker, C. 3-8 02 Gatling, E. 1-2 12 Washington, T. 0-1 24 Johnson, B. 0-1 25 Mays, S. 1-2 32 Pittman, L. 3-4 34 Martin, A. 1-3 TEAM Totals.............. 26-62

With ULM holding a double-digit lead for nearly four minutes, the Thundering Herd would not go down easy. Marshall answered back and cut the ULM lead to as little as three, 62-59, before the excitement started. Leading 62-59, Marshall’s Tania Walter’s hit a layup to cut the ULM lead to one, 62-61. Two possessions later Carrier stepped up and knocked down a crucial 3-point shot to put the Warhawks ahead, 65-61. Marshall’s Angelica Harris answered back 23 seconds later with a 3-pointer and again cut the ULM lead to one, 65-64. Harris would then make a free throw and tie the game at 65-65 before Carrier sunk the game-winning 3-point shot with 30 seconds on the clock. ULM (3-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Min 40 *Wallis, A. 2-4 0-0 4-4 1-2-3 3 34 *Davis, S. 3-4 0-0 1-6 2-2-4 1 11 *Moore, L. 1-3 0-1 1-2 1-3-4 4 20 *Carrier, J. 6-9 5-7 2-2 1-4-5 2 21 *Torres, E. 3-7 2-6 1-3 1-1-2 3 01 Zollicoffer, M. 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 1 10 Courtney, K. 1-3 1-1 0-0 0-1-1 1 13 Leslie, S. 2-5 0-0 1-2 1-1-2 5 15 Rawson, J. 2-4 0-0 1-3 3-1-4 4 30 Tucker, P. 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-2-2 0 32 Williams, S. 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3 35 Williams, L. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 24-49 8-15 13-24 11-19-30 27 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 48.1 55.6 66.7

2nd Half 50.0 50.0 52.4

Pts

A

8 7 3 19 9 2 3 5 5 4 4 0 69

0 4 5 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 17

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 63.2 0.0 69.2

2nd Half 33.3 16.7 64.7

17 29 27 31 26 5 9 16 11 10 14 5

Game 49.0 53.5 54.2

Marshall (3-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Pts Min 04 *Crook, T. 8-12 0-0 4-5 5-3-8 4 27 22 *Handy, C. 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-3-3 3 6 02 *Baker, C. 3-11 0-1 2-4 1-2-3 5 8 24 *Harris, A. 1-4 1-3 1-2 2-1-3 3 4 33 *Walters, T. 1-2 0-0 1-3 1-1-2 2 3 01 Gray, R. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 03 Henriques, R. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 21 Barnette, A. 1-8 0-2 0-1 1-4-5 3 2 32 Hammond, A. 4-5 0-0 11-12 4-0-4 4 19 35 Ibezim, A. 2-4 0-0 1-3 1-1-2 0 5 TEAM 1-3-4 Totals.............. 23-52 1-6 20-30 16-18-34 25 67 200

A 20 1 3 3 1 0 1 3 1 0 15

2 26 28 27 32 3 6 23 21 7

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

3-Fg Ft 1-6 3-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-12 4-6

1st Half 43.4 0.0 66.7

Reb Pf 2-1-3 0 2-7-9 0 1-3-4 4 6-4-10 3 0-3-3 3 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 2 1-1-2 2 0-1-1 2 1-1-2 1 1-2-3 2 14-23-37 21

2nd Half 40.6 10.0 66.7

1st Half 44.1 33.3 0.0

2nd Half 43.8 25.0 77.8

A 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

Min 31 29 14 32 23 10 6 10 8 11 17 9

Pts 13 15 10 4 5 4 4 6 6 0 4 4 0 75

A Min 1 27 1 23 4 24 3 26 3 26 0 4 2 12 1 17 1 12 0 1 2 14 0 11 0 3 18 200

200

Game 41.9 8.3 66.7

ULM (4-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 34 *Davis, S. 4-7 0-0 5-6 6-1-7 1 40 *Wallis, A. 7-16 0-0 1-2 2-4-6 0 11 *Moore, L. 4-10 0-1 2-2 1-5-6 4 20 *Carrier, J. 2-5 0-2 0-0 0-1-1 2 21 *Torres, E. 2-7 1-5 0-1 0-0-0 2 01 Zollicoffer, M. 1-3 0-0 2-2 0-1-1 1 10 Courtney, K. 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 1 13 Leslie, S. 1-2 1-1 3-4 0-2-2 2 15 Rawson, J. 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 24 Lonsberry, K. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 30 Tucker, P. 1-3 1-1 1-2 0-3-3 0 32 Williams, S. 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 35 Williams, L. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 TEAM 3-2-5 Totals.............. 29-66 3-10 14-19 14-23-37 16 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 8 12 2 10 6 6 2 0 0 2 6 3 57

Game 43.9 30.0 73.7

ULM (4-2) also received a double-digit effort from Lottie Moore who scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds.

Trailing 60-59 with just over two minutes left, Tiffany Aidoo converted a pair of free throws to give Tulane a one-point lead. With 16.5 seconds remaining the Warhawks had one final attempt, but a Moore 3-point shot found the front side of the rim. The Warhawks had their chances down the stretch, but turned the ball over four times in the game’s final two minutes. Moore came out of the delay on fire scoring eight points in the first two minutes of action pulling the Warhawks within seven, 39-32. ULM pulled within one several times and tied the game four times before Elizabeth Torres gave the home team a 54-53 lead on a 3-pointer with 5:25 to play in the game. Leslie scored 11 of ULM’s 16 points during the run. Tulane took a 35-22 lead into halftime on 58.3 percent (14-24) shooting from the field, while the Warhawks shot 35.7 percent on 10-of-28 shooting. Tulane led 37-26 with 19:16 in the second half before the power outage caused a 2:06 delay in the action. Tulane (3-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg 35 *Lindsey, B. 5-7 0-0 44 *Benzio, B. 4-8 0-0 02 *Langford, A. 2-5 0-1 14 *Valicevic, M. 2-5 0-0 32 *Brown, C. 7-11 2-3 11 Barnes, R. 0-3 0-0 23 Aidoo, T. 2-6 0-2 33 Kaljo, I. 0-3 0-1 50 Slaton, K. 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 22-48 2-7 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 58.3 100 55.6

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 35.7 28.6 100

1st 28 32

2nd 29 43

Score by Periods ULM Marshall

1st 33 33

2nd 36 34

Reb 2-2-4 2-10-12 1-0-1 2-1-3 2-4-6 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 9-21-30

2nd Half 33. 0 73.3

2nd Half 40.7 28.6 92.3

Officials: Kelly Johnson, Sterling Higgins, Marc Marritt Technical fouls: Tulane-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 405 Score by Periods Tulane ULM

1st 35 24

Officials: Scott Starkey, Ron Harris, Jana Tidwell Technical Fouls: Southern Miss-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 608 Score by Periods Southern Miss ULM

Ft 5-6 1-2 1-2 1-3 0-2 2-2 6-7 0-0 0-0 16-24

Pf 3 2 2 3 4 1 1 3 0 19

Total 57 75

Game 44.2 16.7 66.7

Total 69 67

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

2nd 27 36

Total 62 60

Pts 15 9 5 5 16 2 10 0 0 62

A 0 2 3 3 3 0 1 0 0

Min 22 36 32 24 39 15 18 9 5

12

200

Pts 2 8 12 6 9 0 0 19 0 0 0 4

A 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Min 36 21 28 24 22 2 18 25 7 2 5 10

60

5

200

Game 45.8 28.6 66.7

ULM 4-2 No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 34 *Davis, S. 1-8 0-0 0-0 2-5-7 1 40 *Wallis, A. 4-8 0-0 0-0 4-3-7 4 11 *Moore, L. 3-7 0-1 6-6 1-6-7 3 20 *Carrier, J. 3-7 0-3 0-0 0-3-3 2 21 *Torres, E. 4-7 1-3 0-1 1-0-1 3 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 10 Courtney, K. 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 0 13 Leslie, S. 6-12 3-6 4-4 2-1-3 1 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 5 30 Tucker, P. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 32 Williams, S. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 4 35 Williams, L. 0-3 0-0 4-4 0-1-1 0 TEAM 1-1-2 Totals.............. 21-55 4-14 14-15 12-22-34 24

Officials: Sue Blauch, Felicia Grinter, Erica Bradley Technical fouls: ULM-None. Marshall-None. Attendance: 566

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2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES

Game 7

ULM Lamar

67 73

Dec. 6, 2008 • Beaumont, Texas

BEAUMONT, TEXAS - Brittney Williams scored a game-high 21 points to lead Lamar to a 73-67 victory over visiting ULM Saturday in the Montagne Center in Beaumont, Texas. Williams also added four rebounds and two assists for the Lady Cardinals (51). Nikki Williams added 17 points (10-10 on free throws) and nine rebounds while Ang Green chipped in 12 points. Three Warhawks (4-3) scored in double-figures led by Ashley Wallis’ 14 points. Lottie Moore and Sumar Leslie scored 13 and 12 points, respectively. Moore also added eight rebounds, four assists and four steals. Wallis and Moore connected on the game’s first two buckets to give ULM a 4-0 lead one minute into the game. Lamar answered with a 4-0 run of its own to tie the contest at four apiece with 16:50 on the clock. Moore drained a 3-pointer on the ensuing possession to break the tie and give ULM the lead, 7-4. The Warhawks maintained the lead for most of the first half before a 3:44 scoring drought allowed Lamar to take the lead, 25-20, with just over four minutes remaining before the break. The Lady Cardinals took a 34-31 advantage into the locker rooms. Wallis led the Warhawks at the half with eight points, while Leslie came in off the bench to score seven points of her own. Brittany Williams led Lamar at the break with 15 points on 7-of-11 shooting. A 13-6 run to start the second half propelled Lamar to a 47-39 lead in the first 4:41 of the second period. Throughout the second half ULM cut the deficit to four points, but Lamar answered with numerous 6-0 scoring runs to maintain its lead throughout the remainder of the game. Lamar held the lead for the entire second half. The Lady Cardinals led by as many as 10 points, 64-54, with 6:38 to play and by as little as three points, 54-51, with 10:12 to play. ULM (4-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 40 *Wallis, A. 6-9 0-0 2-2 0-4-4 5 34 *Davis, S. 1-6 0-0 0-0 3-3-6 1 11 *Moore, L. 5-13 1-3 2-4 2-6-8 4 20 *Carrier, J. 3-8 1-2 0-0 1-1-2 2 21 *Torres, E. 0-7 0-2 3-4 0-2-2 4 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 10 Courtney, K. 1-2 0-1 3-4 2-1-3 1 13 Leslie, S. 4-9 1-3 3-6 0-2-2 4 15 Rawson, J. 2-4 0-0 1-2 0-4-4 1 32 Williams, S. 1-3 0-0 2-2 2-0-2 1 35 Williams, L. 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 TEAM 1-2-3 Totals.............. 24-65 3-11 16-24 11-26-37 25 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 41.4 50.0 62.5

2nd Half 33.3 14.3 68.8

1st Half 48.1 25.0 50.0

2nd Half 38.5 50.0 80.0

Officials: Eric Koch, Bob Haak, Jody Taylor Technical fouls: ULM-None. Lamar-None. Attendance: 412 Score by Periods ULM Lamar

1st 31 34

2nd 36 39

Total 67 73

A 0 1 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0

Min 28 25 26 28 27 3 17 21 9 10 6

67

12

200

Game 36.9 27.3 66.7

Lamar (5-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 33 *Hill, D. 2-3 0-1 2-4 1-3-4 1 34 *Williams, B. 9-16 1-2 2-3 2-2-4 1 04 *Spickler, E. 2-4 2-4 0-0 0-2-2 1 10 *Williams, N. 3-13 1-2 10-10 3-6-9 3 14 *Reke, A. 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 5 12 Crawford, A. 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3 15 Hendrix, B. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 24 Green, A. 3-6 0-0 6-8 1-1-2 3 25 Smith, T. 3-8 0-0 2-7 3-9-12 1 45 Petrovanie, C. 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1-1 1 TEAM 0-4-4 Totals.............. 23-53 4-10 23-34 10-32-42 19 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 14 2 13 7 3 0 5 12 5 4 2

Game 43.4 40.0 67.6

Pts 6 21 6 17 0 2 0 12 8 1 73

A Min 0 26 2 21 1 31 2 30 3 24 1 12 0 7 2 23 2 25 0 1 13 200

Game 8

Northwestern State 57 ULM 75 Dec. 9, 2008 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. - ULM used a balanced attack and a strong inside game to defeat Northwestern State 62-57 Tuesday night inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum. Jesse Carrier and Kassie Courtney each scored nine points apiece to lead ULM (5-3). Nine other Warhawk players scored at least a two points in the contest. Carrier opened the game with five of ULM’s first seven points during a 7-0 run in the first 3:21. The Warhawks forced the Lady Demons into four turnovers and three missed shots in the run. NSU (4-3) fought back to take the lead, 11-10, with 12:30 on the clock. Marion Zollicoffer then scored on a jumper and layup after she stole the inbounds pass to give the Warhawks a three point lead, 14-11, less than 30 seconds later. Courtney began and finished a 14-0 Warhawk scoring run over a 2:55 stretch near the end of the first half to push the ULM cushion to 15 points, 34-19. The Warhawks shot 40 percent from the field on 14-of-35 shooting while the Lady Demons were held to 29.2 percent on 7-of-24 from the field in the opening period. ULM took a 36-24 lead into the locker rooms. ULM started the second half ice cold from the field with two field goals on 11 attempts in the first 6:21. The Lady Demons used the Warhawks’ poor shooting to cut the deficit to as little as four points several times in the half. The Warhawks bench would come through and help ULM maintain the advantage in the half thanks to 24 points from the reserves. With the Lady Demons threatening in the game’s closing minutes, Lottie Moore sunk a pair of free throws with 7.9 seconds to give ULM a five point lead and seal the deal. The Warhawks hustled on the boards and finished with a 12-rebound advantage in offensive rebounds. ULM also enjoyed a 16-point scoring advantage in the paint, 36-20. Northwestern State shot 42.9 percent from the field compared to the Warhawks 31.9 percent. ULM turned the ball over nine fewer times, 18-27. Courtney Shead led the Lady Demons with a game-high 15 points and added eight rebounds and three blocks. Demetria White also added 10 points for NSU along with five rebounds and six assists. Northwestern State (4-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 12 *Shead, C. 6-10 0-0 3-4 03 *Shepherd, B. 2-5 2-4 0-0 05 *McPhail, J. 1-4 0-2 0-0 15 *Greene, L. 2-3 1-1 2-2 22 *White, D. 4-10 2-3 0-0 01 Houston, B. 1-3 1-2 2-5 04 Edwards, R. 2-6 1-3 0-0 24 Williams, A. 0-2 0-1 0-0 32 Goodson, K. 3-6 0-0 1-2 34 Thomas, S. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 21-49 7-16 8-13 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 29.2 50.0 60.0

Reb 2-6-8 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-4-5 0-3-3 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-8-8 0-0-0 2-4-6 6-30-36

2nd Half 56.0 37.5 66.7

Pf Pts 3 15 2 6 2 2 2 7 3 10 1 5 2 5 2 0 1 7 1 0 19 57 Game 42.9 43.8 61.5

ULM (5-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 34 *Davis, S. 1-10 0-0 2-2 3-2-5 2 40 *Wallis, A. 4-8 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 10 *Courtney, K. 3-8 1-4 2-2 5-0-5 2 11 *Moore, L. 2-6 0-0 4-4 2-0-2 3 20 *Carrier, J. 2-9 0-0 5-5 1-4-5 0 01 Zollicoffer, M. 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 13 Leslie, S. 2-8 1-2 0-0 0-2-2 0 15 Rawson, J. 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 21 Torres, E. 1-4 1-3 0-0 0-3-3 4 30 Tucker, P. 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 32 Williams, S. 3-11 0-0 0-0 2-4-6 1 35 Williams, L. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 TEAM 4-3-7 Totals.............. 23-72 3-9 13-13 18-23-41 16 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 40.0 20.0 100

2nd Half 24.3 50.0 100

Game 31.9 33.3 100

Officials: Ernie Solis, Charles Carroll, Rachael Monroe Technical fouls: Northwestern State-McPhail, Jessica. ULM-None. Attendance: 328 Score by Periods Northwestern State ULM

1st 24 36

2nd 33 26

A Min 2 34 2 29 0 12 1 19 6 31 0 9 1 21 0 11 1 28 0 6 13 200

Pts 4 8 9 8 9 4 5 2 3 4 6 0 62

A Min 1 32 0 22 1 20 2 20 2 32 1 2 3 22 0 8 1 17 0 9 1 15 0 1 12 200

Game 9

ULM McNeese State

54 62

Dec. 13, 2008 • Lake Charles, La.

LAKE CHARLES, La. - McNeese State used a strong post presence and lightning-quick guards to attack the basket and defeat the ULM women’s basketball team, 62-54, Saturday afternoon inside the Lake Charles Civic Center. Ja’Niqua Kendrix had a career night for the Cowgirls (4-5) scoring eight points and grabbing 14 rebounds. Kendra Wells added eight points and eight rebounds, a career-high, while Caitlyn Baggett added 13 points. Lottie Moore scored 15 points for ULM (5-4) and added five rebounds. Shannon Davis added four points, five rebounds and a career-high six steals. McNeese State opened the contest with a 21-8 run on 9-of-15 (60 percent) shooting compared to the Warhawks 3-of-13 (23.1 percent) performance from the field. The Cowgirls drove to the basket early and often in the first half and scored 14 points in the paint in the opening period. MSU finished the game with 24 points in the paint while the ULM had 12. The Warhawks chipped away at the Cowgirls’ 13-point lead using a 7-0 run and cut the deficit to six points with 2:29 remaining in the opening period. McNeese would hold the advantage and take a 36-28 lead into the half. ULM’s bench scored 19 of its first half points and the Warhawks scored 10 points off turnovers. ULM cut the lead to four points in the second half with 11:28 on the clock, but it would come no closer. McNeese State held its advantage and led for all but 1:24 in the contest. Jesse Carrier, playing 10 miles from her hometown of Sulphur and in front of a host of family members, scored nine points. ULM (5-4) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Min 20 *Carrier, J. 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-2-2 4 34 *Davis, S. 2-5 0-0 0-2 2-3-5 1 40 *Wallis, A. 0-2 0-0 0-0 4-2-6 4 11 *Moore, L. 3-13 2-7 7-9 2-3-5 4 13 *Leslie, S. 0-4 0-1 1-2 0-1-1 3 01 Zollicoffer, M. 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-1-1 0 10 Courtney, K. 2-7 0-2 2-2 2-4-6 3 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-1-2 1 21 Torres, E. 1-6 1-6 1-2 0-1-1 3 30 Tucker, P. 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0-0 0 32 Williams, S. 2-7 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 35 Williams, L. 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 Team 1-2-3 Totals.............. 18-55 4-18 14-23 14-21-35 25 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 33.3 12.5 56.3

2nd Half 32.1 30.0 71.4

1st Half 37.0 16.7 78.9

2nd Half 29.2 25.0 91.7

A

9 4 0 15 1 3 6 0 4 2 4 6

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

54

11

Pts

A

7 10 8 9 13 0 5 8 2 0

2 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0

62

8

37 28 26 28 18 8 16 2 17 3 9 8

Game 32.7 22.2 60.9

McNeese State (4-5) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Min 12 *Perry, S. 2-8 1-3 2-2 1-1-2 4 25 *Hooker, J. 3-5 0-0 4-6 4-1-5 3 32 *Kendrix, J. 4-7 0-0 0-0 4-10-14 2 10 *Baggett, A. 2-10 1-4 4-4 1-1-2 4 11 *Baggett, C. 2-10 0-1 9-10 0-5-5 2 01 Anderson, N. 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 20 Gatlin, R. 1-3 0-0 3-4 1-1-2 3 21 Wells, K. 2-4 0-1 4-5 4-4-8 2 22 Cutrer, C. 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 2 44 Johnson, K. 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 1 Team 1-2-3 Totals.............. 17-51 2-10 26-31 17-28-45 23 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts

26 10 32 36 34 3 11 30 10 8

Game 33.3 20.0 83.9

Officials: Arthur Washington, Kym Davis, Chad Armstrong Technical fouls: ULM-None. McNeese State-None. Attendance: 706 Score by Periods ULM McNeese State

1st 28 36

2nd 26 26

Total 54 62

Total 57 62

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2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES

Game 10

New Orleans ULM

61 64

Dec. 17, 2008 • Monroe, La.

Game 11

ULM 81 Louisiana-Lafayette 70 Dec. 21, 2008 • Lafayette, La.

MONROE, La. - Sumar Leslie hit a pair of free throws with 11 seconds remaining to preserve a 64-61 ULM victory over New Orleans in the Sun Belt Conference opener for both schools Wednesday night in Fant-Ewing Coliseum.

LAFAYETTE, La. – Sophomore Sannisha Williams and the ULM women’s basketball team left little doubt in the second half against rival LouisianaLafayette. After trailing at the break, the Warhawks pulled away for an 81-70 win Sunday afternoon in the Cajundome in Lafayette, La.

Jesse Carrier gave the Warhawks (6-4, 1-0 Sun Belt ) a 48-38 lead with just under 12 minutes remaining in the game before the Privateers (4-5, 0-1 Sun Belt) stormed back with a 17-3 run to reclaim a four-point advantage with 5:11 in the game.

Williams dominated on both ends of the court, scoring a career-high 18 points and pulling down a career-high 18 rebounds for the first doubledouble of her career. The Ruston, La., native finished 4-for-4 in the second half with 10 boards.

After the teams traded a pair of baskets, the Warhawks ended the game by scoring nine of the final 11 points to pick up their 13th win in the last 14 meetings against New Orleans.

The Warhawks opened the game on a 6-0, but the Ragin’ Cajuns scored the next eight points as part of a 22-6 run. With just under nine minutes remaining in the opening period, ULL (2-10, 0-2 Sun Belt) led 22-12.

Leslie led the Warhawks with a game-high 17 points and three steals off the bench in 24 minutes. Kassie Courtney had a career night with 11 points and nine rebounds for ULM.

ULM made short work of the early deficit. The Warhawks scored the next 11 points to stake a one-point lead with 5:31 remaining.

Three Privateers scored in double-figures led by Nicole Holmes 14 points. Jada Frazier and Ty Felder added 12 and 11 points, respectively. ULM improved to 10-4 in conference openers under head coach Mona Martin. In 14 seasons Martin has never lost to New Orleans at home. The Warhawks took a 33-23 lead into the locker room thanks in part to a 16-4 run midway through the opening half after New Orleans scored the game’s first four points. With ULM leading 51-49, New Orleans hit back-to-back 3-pointers to take a four-point, 55-51, lead with six minutes on the clock. Leslie responded three minutes later with a jumper to tie the game at 59 apiece. Lottie Moore followed with a jumper before Brittany Helm hit one of her own to tie the contest, 61-61. On the ensuing possession Sannisha Williams knocked down a free throw to give ULM the lead for good. Leslie’s final two free throws sealed the deal for the Warhawks. New Orleans (4-5, 0-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Min 05 * Felder, T. 5-8 1-3 0-0 24 *McGee, C. 4-9 0-1 0-0 52 *Gorsh, A. 1-3 0-0 0-0 02 *Helm, B. 4-10 0-2 0-1 13 *Holmes, N. 5-11 1-4 3-5 12 Frazier, J. 5-14 1-4 1-2 20 Alexander, A. 0-1 0-0 0-0 22 Monroe, R. 0-0 0-0 0-0 32 Johnson, C. 2-3 2-2 0-0 50 McClue, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 26-59 5-16 4-8 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 35.7 22.2 50.0

Pf

Pts

A

1-5-6 2 3-5-8 2 3-2-5 1 2-2-4 2 1-0-1 3 1-4-5 2 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 1 1-1-2 0 3-1-4 15-21-36 14

Reb

11 8 2 8 14 12 0 0 6 0

2 0 0 5 2 3 0 0 1 0

61

13

2nd Half 51.6 42.9 50.0

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 48.1 37.5 44.4

2nd Half 42.3 20.0 80.0

Officials: Jesse Dickerson, Jeff Caudle, Eric Baker Technical fouls: New Orleans-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 377 Score by Periods New Orleans ULM

1st 23 33

2nd 38 31

Total 61 64

20 35 14 32 31 30 2 3 21 12

Game 44.1 31.3 50.0

ULM (6-4, 1-0) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Pts Min 32 *Williams, S. 3-5 0-0 1-2 3-4-7 1 7 35 *Williams, L. 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 2 10 *Courtney, K. 4-7 1-3 2-2 3-6-9 1 11 11 *Moore, L. 3-10 0-1 3-5 1-1-2 4 9 20 *Carrier, J. 3-10 3-8 0-0 1-2-3 1 9 13 Leslie, S. 6-9 0-1 5-7 0-2-2 1 17 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 21 Torres, E. 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-0-0 0 3 30 Tucker, P. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 34 Davis, S. 3-6 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 2 6 TEAM 3-1-4 Totals.............. 24-53 4-13 12-19 13-20-33 13 64 200

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Game 45.3 30.8 63.2

Both squads traded advantages down the stretch of the first half with Louisiana-Lafayette getting a jumper by Mercedes Johnson for a 35-33 lead at the intermission. In the second half it was all Warhawks. ULM blew out of the gates on an 11-4 run and never looked back. Louisiana-Lafayette would pull to within one point as late as the 13:03 mark, but the Warhawks continued to press their offensive advantage. ULM connected on 59.4 percent of its shots in the second half. Behind Williams’ career-high performance, the Warhawks enjoyed a sizable advantage on the glass and finished with a 42-25 advantage. Senior Lottie Moore provided the running mate for Williams and scored 18 points. Junior Jesse Carrier also topped double figures with 10 while freshman Sumar Leslie added 12 points and seven assists. Leslie finished with only one turnover in the game. Alexis Green finished with a game-high 32 points for the Ragin’ Cajuns. The 5-8 post went 4-for-4 behind the arc in the closing minutes. ULM (7-4, 2-0) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Williams, S. 8-11 0-0 2-6 4-14-18 0 34 *Davis, S. 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 4 10 *Courtney, K. 1-5 0-1 2-2 0-0-0 1 11 *Moore, L. 8-17 0-1 2-4 2-0-2 1 20 *Carrier, J. 3-8 2-5 2-2 0-2-2 2 01 Zollicoffer, M. 2-3 0-0 2-2 2-2-4 1 13 Leslie, S. 5-9 0-0 2-2 1-0-1 2 15 Rawson, J. 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3 21 Torres, E. 2-6 0-2 5-8 2-2-4 1 24 Lonsberry, K. 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 30 Tucker, P. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 35 Williams, L. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 4 TEAM 3-1-4 Totals.............. 31-65 2-9 17-26 17-25-42 19 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

A 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 10

26 16 32 23 29 24 10 11 1 28

1st Half 36.4 0.0 90.0

Louisiana-Lafayette (2-10, 0-2) No. Name Fg 3-Fg 33 *Bell, L. 2-3 0-0 34 *Green, A. 10-18 6-6 05 *Dunlap, W. 3-10 0-3 25 *Clay, D. 1-2 1-1 32 *Morris, N. 2-2 0-0 02 Barnes, J. 0-4 0-0 11 Hall, B. 0-1 0-1 13 Motley, K. 0-0 0-0 22 Johnson, M. 5-7 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 23-47 7-11 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 45.8 50.0 84.6

2nd Half 59.4 40.0 50.0 Ft 0-2 6-8 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 5-6 17-23

Reb 0-0-0 0-4-4 0-7-7 3-2-5 0-1-1 1-4-5 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 4-21-25

2nd Half 52.2 71.4 60.0

Pts 18 0 4 18 10 6 12 4 9 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 3 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0

Min 36 15 18 35 25 15 23 9 15 1 3 5

81

11

200

Pts 4 32 9 3 4 1 2 0 15 70

A 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 1

Min 18 38 37 33 15 20 11 4 24

10

200

Game 47.7 22.2 65.4 Pf 2 4 4 2 2 2 0 1 2 19 Game 48.9 63.6 73.9

Game 12

SIU-Edwardsville ULM Dec. 28, 2008 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. – Five players scored in double figures and the ULM women’s basketball team forced 35 turnovers to defeat SIU-Edwardsville, 82-54, Sunday afternoon inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum in Monroe, La. Sumar Leslie and Elizabeth Torres each scored 12 points while Kassie Courtney, Lottie Moore, and Jesse Carrier added 10 points apiece. In addition to forcing the 35 turnovers, ULM (8-4) held SIU-Edwardsville (1-13) to 28.1 percent shooting on the afternoon. The Warhawks did not shoot well early on, making four of their first 16 shots. Courtney then gave the Warhawks a spark with a 3-pointer from the right corner to give ULM and eight-point lead at 14-6. Leslie followed that on the next Warhawks possession with an old-fashioned 3-point play. SIU-Edwardsville cut the lead back down to nine at 21-12 with 7:47 left on a lay-up by Melia Duncan, but the Warhawks still managed to take a 14-point lead into halftime. The deficit was in large part due to a stingy ULM defense that forced SIU-Edwardsville into 23 turnovers and held the Cougars to 25.9 percent shooting from the floor. A lay-up by the Cougars’ Ashley Bey early in the second half cut the deficit to 10 one final time at 38-28, but the Warhawks rattled off a key 13-0 run with an aggressive full-court press and some easy baskets to push their advantage above 20 points for good. Leslie scored five points during the run and capped it off with a 10-foot jumper. SIU-Edwardsville (1-13) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 20 *Stapleton, J. 0-4 0-0 4-6 2-1-3 2 31 *Wuest, J. 3-9 0-0 3-4 3-1-4 2 10 *Bey, Ashley 4-7 0-0 3-7 2-7-9 4 12 *Meade, M. 2-11 1-8 0-0 0-0-0 2 14 *Imig, B. 0-2 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 5 01 Dunca, M. 4-11 2-2 3-4 0-3-3 4 04 Gilman, J. 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-4-4 1 23 Affourtit, K. 1-5 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 1 44 Winslow, S. 1-6 0-0 6-6 5-1-6 2 TEAM 5-6-11 Totals.............. 16-57 3-14 19-27 18-25-43 23 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 25.9 14.3 63.6

ULM (8-4) No. Name 32 *Williams, S. 34 *Davis, S. 11 *Moore, L. 13 *Leslie, S. 20 *Carrier, J. 01 Zollicoffer, M. 10 Courtney, K. 15 Rawson, J. 21 Torres, E. 24 Lonsberry, K. 30 Tucker, P. 35 Williams, L. 40 Wallis, A. TEAM Totals.............. Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Fg 3-Fg 3-7 0-0 1-3 0-0 3-12 0-1 5-10 1-1 4-5 2-3 1-1 0-0 3-9 2-4 1-4 0-0 4-7 0-2 0-3 0-1 1-3 0-0 3-6 0-0 1-3 0-0 30-73 5-12

1st Half 35.1 33.3 64.3

1st 33 35

2nd 48 35

2nd Half 30.0 28.6 75.0

2nd Half 47.2 44.4 80.0

Score by Periods SIU-Edwardsville ULM

1st 22 36

Total 81 70

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2nd 32 46

Total 54 82

Pts 4 9 11 5 0 13 2 2 8

A 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0

Min 19 22 32 30 18 31 15 18 15

54

6

200

Pts 8 2 10 12 10 4 10 2 12 0 2 8 2 82

A 0 0 7 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Min 19 17 25 21 21 8 18 9 18 3 13 14 14

12

200

Game 28.1 21.4 70.4

Ft Reb Pf 2-4 2-5-7 1 0-0 2-2-4 2 4-8 2-4-6 0 1-1 2-4-6 4 0-0 0-3-3 2 2-2 1-1-2 4 2-2 0-3-3 1 0-0 3-2-5 3 4-4 4-1-5 0 0-0 0-1-1 1 0-0 0-0-0 0 2-3 4-1-5 1 0-0 1-1-2 2 17-24 21-28-49 21

Officials: Eric Koch, Jana Tidwell, Chad Armstrong Technical fouls: SIU-Edwardsville-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 321

Officials: Connie Pardue, Leslie Claybrook, Jules Gallien Technical fouls: ULM-None. Louisiana-Lafayette-None. Attendance: 530 Score by Periods ULM Louisiana-Lafayette

54 82

Game 41.1 41.7 70.8


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Game 13

ULM UALR

50 68

Dec. 31, 2008 • Little Rock, Ark.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Chastity Reed poured in a career-high 29 points and added 10 rebounds to lead UALR’s women’s basketball team to a 68-50 win over ULM at the Jack Stephens Center in Little Rock, Ark. Wednesday afternoon. The victory by the Trojans extended the nation’s third-longest home court win streak to 28 games. Sannisha Williams put in a solid performance of 14 points and seven rebounds and Lottie Moore finished as the high-scorer for the Warhawks with 15 points while adding five assists and six rebounds. UALR (10-3, 2-0 Sun Belt) shot a blistering 64 percent from the floor in the second half and 53.7 percent for the game as they took control. Whenever ULM (8-5, 2-1 Sun Belt) would pull close, Reed would add another score to the stat sheet to key another Trojan run. Reed was 8-for-10 in the second half from the field for 16 points.

Game 14

Arkansas-Monticello 47 ULM 74 Jan. 3, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. - A trio of Warhawks scored in double-figures to lead the ULM women’s basketball team over Arkansas-Monticello, 74-47, inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum Saturday afternoon. Lottie Moore and Sannisha Williams paced the Warhawks with 16 points apiece while Jesse Carrier added 10 points. Moore also pulled down seven rebounds, stole five passes, assisted on four shots and blocked two shots. ULM (9-5) increased its 18-point halftime lead to as many as 30 in the second half as all 13 Warhawks saw at least three minutes of action. The Warhawks forced 17-of-32 Cotton Blossom turnovers in the second period and limited the visitors to under 30 percent shooting to pull away for the victory. Arkansas-Monticello (8-3) was led by Monica Perkins-Miller who scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Jerica Hubard also chipped in seven points and nine rebounds.

Complimenting Reed’s career-high scoring performance was Kim Sitzmann’s 15 points and six rebounds.

Moore scored 10 of her 16 points in the first half while Carrier added eight to propel ULM during a 21-6 run over the final nine minutes of the first half to take a commanding 42-24 lead into halftime.

ULM shot well themselves, going 19-44 for the game to total 43.2 percent. The Warhawks were not able to overcome UALR’s hot shooting partially due to 24 turnovers in the contest.

The Warhawks led for all but 33 seconds in the first half and the game. ULM shot over 50 percent for the first time this season while holding the Cotton Blossoms to 31.4 percent on the game.

The Warhawks came out of the gates strong and took a 15-10 lead midway through the first half. The Trojans quickly answered with an 11-0 run to take a 21-15 lead. The Trojans’ Shanika Butler capped it off with a jumper following her 3-point play in the previous possession.

The Cotton Blossoms opened the second period with a 7-0 run to close the gap to 11 points, their closest of the half, with 17:08 remaining.

Jesse Carrier and Moore answered the run by each hitting a 3-pointer to knot the score at 21. UALR closed the opening frame with a 12-4 run to take a 33-25 advantage into the locker room Out of the intermission, the Warhawks fought off the halftime deficit to climb to within two at 37-35 early in the second. UALR quickly responded with a 14-2 run to push their lead past double digits. The Warhawks would cut the deficit down to 12, but couldn’t manage to get any closer. ULM (8-5, 2-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 11 *Moore, L. 5-7 1-1 4-7 13 *Leslie, S. 1-7 0-2 0-0 20 *Carrier, J. 4-8 3-6 0-0 32 *Williams, S. 6-9 0-0 2-2 34 *Davis, S. 2-4 0-0 0-0 10 Courtney, K. 1-4 0-1 2-2 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 21 Torres, E. 0-2 0-1 0-0 35 Williams, L. 0-3 0-0 0-0 40 Wallis, A. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 19-44 4-11 8-11 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 45.0 50.0 75.0

2nd Half 41.7 0.0 71.4

UALR (10-3, 2-0) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 20 *Reed, C. 13-24 0-0 3-5 54 *Kursh, M. 3-4 0-0 2-2 03 *Rolfe, A. 2-3 0-0 1-1 23 *Cooper, A. 0-5 0-0 1-2 35 *Sitzmann, K. 6-13 2-8 1-2 10 Butler, S. 4-4 0-0 0-0 30 Haywood, C. 0-0 0-0 0-0 31 Williams, B. 1-1 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 29-54 2-8 8-12 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 44.8 25.0 75.0

Reb 2-4-6 0-1-1 0-4-4 3-4-7 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 2-1-3 8-18-26

Reb 4-6-10 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 1-5-6 2-3-5 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-0 9-19-28

2nd Half 64.0 25.0 50.0

Officials: Dock Sisk, Bryan Enterline, Cameron Inouye Technical fouls: ULM-None. UALR-None. Attendance: 2,589 Score by Periods ULM UALR 33

1st 25 35

2nd 25 68

Total 50

Pf 3 2 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 1

Pts 15 2 11 14 4 4 0 0 0 0

A 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1

Min 33 25 30 23 24 18 2 12 11 22

12

50

10

200

Game 43.2 36.4 72.7 Pf 2 2 4 4 0 2 0 0

Pts 29 8 5 1 15 8 0 2

A 2 0 3 4 4 3 2 0

Min 36 30 25 30 39 26 4 10

14

68

18

200

Game 53.7 25.0 66.7

ULM answered with an 11-0 run to push the lead over 20 points where it stayed for the final 13 minutes. Arkansas-Monticello (8-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 22 *Clark, T. 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 1 41 *Brown, E. 4-5 0-0 0-2 2-2-4 4 01 Lees, A. 1-5 1-3 0-0 0-0-0 2 11 Dubose, A. 1-6 1-5 3-4 0-2-2 3 12 Lowe, N. 2-7 1-3 2-4 0-1-1 0 00 Owens, T. 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 02 Agosto, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 05 Murphy, S. 0-3 0-2 2-2 0-2-2 0 10 Rivera, Y. 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 2 20 Turner, B. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 23 Perkins-Miller 4-10 0-1 3-3 4-3-7 1 32 Hubard, J. 3-9 0-0 1-1 4-5-9 1 TEAM 4-4-8 Totals.............. 16-51 3-16 12-18 15-19-34 15 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 33.3 22.2 66.7

2nd Half 29.2 14.3 66.7

ULM (8-5) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 32 *Williams, S. 8-10 0-0 0-0 40 *Wallis, A. 2-3 0-0 2-4 11 *Moore, L. 6-9 1-1 3-4 13 *Leslie, S. 2-6 0-0 2-2 20 *Carrier, J. 4-9 2-5 0-0 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-2 0-0 0-0 10 Courtney, K. 2-4 1-2 0-0 15 Rawson, J. 2-4 0-0 0-0 21 Torres, E. 2-6 0-2 0-0 24 Lonsberry, K. 0-1 0-0 0-0 30 Tucker, P. 0-0 0-0 0-0 34 Davis, S. 2-4 0-0 0-0 35 Williams, L. 1-3 0-0 1-2 TEAM Totals.............. 31-61 4-10 8-12 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 51.5 44.4 66.7

Pts 3 8 3 6 7 0 0 2 0 0 11 7 47

Min 21 20 16 30 28 5 3 20 6 12 19 20 200

Game 31.4 18.8 66.7

Reb Pf Pts 3-3-6 2 16 0-0-0 3 6 1-6-7 2 16 1-0-1 2 6 2-4-6 1 10 0-1-1 1 0 1-1-2 1 5 0-0-0 4 4 0-2-2 1 4 0-0-0 0 0 0-1-1 1 0 2-4-6 3 4 3-1-4 0 3 1-2-3 14-25-39 21 74

2nd Half 50.0 0.0 66.7

A 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 9

Game 50.8 40.0 66.7

A Min 0 20 0 10 4 32 5 20 3 29 0 12 0 15 0 8 1 16 0 5 1 3 1 20 0 10 15 200

Game 15

South Alabama ULM Jan. 7, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. - Ashley Wallis and Lottie Moore helped deflect a second half comeback by South Alabama to help the ULM women’s basketball team earn a 67-58 Sun Belt Conference victory inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum on Wednesday night. Moore scored a game- and season-high 21 points along with seven rebounds, four assists and three blocks to lead the Warhawks (10-5, 3-1 Sun Belt). Wallis provided the second scoring punch for ULM with a career-high 19 points on 7-of-8 shooting including 5-of-5 from the free throw line. Jesse Carrier was clutch at the line as she knocked down 8-of-8 free throws over the final 2:16 to help the Warhawks preserve the victory. She added 11 points and four rebounds on the night. The Warhawks led by as many as 16 points in the second half before the Jaguars made it interesting with a 13-3 run over a four minute period to cut the ULM lead to one with 4:03 on the clock. The Warhawks answered by locking down on defense and forcing the Jaguars into 0-for-4 shooting from the field in the final minutes to push their lead back to nine points with 34 seconds remaining. South Alabama (11-5, 2-3 Sun Belt) was ice cold from the field as they shot 29 percent (20-for-69) on the night, but found a way to fight back in the second half behind Jessica Starling’s team-high 18 points. After trading baskets in the game’s first eight minutes, Sumar Leslie’s 3-pointer capped a 13-2 ULM run midway through the first half to give the Warhawks a 29-15 lead with 2:47 remaining. ULM took a 33-22 lead into halftime thanks to 11 first half points from Moore. Both teams combined to shoot 20-for-64 (31.3 percent) from the field in the opening period. Sannisha Williams grabbed a game-high 13 rebounds for the Warhawks. South Alabama (11-5, 2-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Pts Min 12 *Sippio, R. 1-6 0-0 1-3 3-3-6 3 3 42 *Sproal, K. 3-6 1-3 0-0 0-3-3 4 7 02 *Nettles, S. 5-14 4-6 0-0 2-3-5 4 14 10 *Banks, S. 4-9 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 2 8 21 *Starling, J. 5-15 3-8 5-7 3-3-6 3 18 03 Walker, L. 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 11 Smith, M. 0-5 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 3 2 22 Kennon, C. 0-1 0-0 0-1 2-2-4 1 0 23 Gaines, T. 1-3 0-0 2-4 1-0-1 2 4 41 Dennis, V. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 0 53 Brunner, S. 1-8 0-0 0-0 4-3-7 0 2 Team 1-3-4 Totals.............. 20-69 8-19 10-17 18-24-42 25 58 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 24.2 37.5 60.0

2nd Half 33.3 45.5 58.3

1st Half 38.7 75.0 75.0

2nd Half 32.0 0.0 72.0

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Score by Periods 1st Arkansas-Monticello 24 ULM 42

Officials: Wesley Dean, Connie Pardue, Eric Koch Technical fouls: South Alabama-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 419

Total 47 74

Score by Periods South Alabama ULM

1st 22 33

2nd 36 34

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

19 21 32 30 31 4 10 18 12 6 17

Game 29.0 42.1 58.8

ULM (10-5, 3-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Min 32 *Williams, S. 2-8 0-0 0-0 2-11-13 1 40 *Wallis, A. 7-8 0-0 5-5 2-1-3 3 11 *Moore, L. 6-17 1-3 8-15 3-4-7 3 13 *Leslie, S. 2-5 1-1 2-2 0-1-1 2 20 *Carrier, J. 1-8 1-3 8-8 0-4-4 1 10 Courtney, K. 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 2 15 Rawson, J. 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 21 Torres, E. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 0 34 Davis, S. 1-3 0-0 1-3 4-2-6 1 Team 4-4-8 Totals.............. 20-56 3-8 24-33 16-32-48 13 200

Officials: Metta Roberts, Melanie Davis, Mike Riggs Technical fouls: Arkansas-Monticello-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 393 2nd 23 32

58 67

Pts

A

4 19 21 7 11 0 2 0 3

1 0 4 1 0 2 0 1 1

67

10

24 25 35 25 29 17 5 14 26

Game 35.7 37.5 72.7

Total 58 67

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Game 16

ULM Denver

47 58

Jan. 11, 2009 • Denver, Colo.

Game 17

ULM Arkansas State

54 64

Jan. 14, 2009 • Jonesboro, Ark.

DENVER - The ULM women’s basketball team’s second half comeback attempt fell short in a 58-47 loss against Denver inside Magness Arena in Denver, Colo., on Sunday afternoon.

JONESBORO, Ark. – A close game at the intermission was won at the line in the second half as Arkansas State was able to down the ULM women’s basketball team 64-54 in Jonesboro, Ark., on Wednesday evening.

The Warhawks cut the Denver lead to three points twice in the second half, but the Pioneers’ 52.3 percent (9-of-17) shooting in the second frame and 50 percent in the game was enough for the victory. ULM forced 29 turnovers, but shot only 31.7 percent (20-of-63) in the game.

Arkansas State (9-8, 3-3 Sun Belt) attempted 31 second half free throws, converting on more (19) in the period than the Warhawks attempted in the entire game (12). For the Red Wolves, Jazmine Taylor led the squad with 12 points including a 10-for-10 performance from the charity stripe.

Brittnei Rice led Denver (9-6, 4-1 Sun Belt) with 15 points while Kaetlyn Murdoch scored nine points, grabbed four rebounds and block five shots.

ULM (10-7, 3-3 Sun Belt) finished with more made field goals and pulled down 47 rebounds, but was whistled for 30 fouls and saw starters Jesse Carrier and Ashley Wallis take early exits.

Lottie Moore and Jesse Carrier scored 13 points apiece for ULM (10-6, 3-2 Sun Belt). Kassie Courtney added five points to go along with five rebounds and three steals off the bench. ULM broke an early four-all tie in the opening period with an 8-2 run behind five points from Moore to take a 12-6 lead with 13:23 on the clock. Denver answered with a 13-6 run at the end of the first half to take a 27-20 lead after 20 minutes of action. The Warhawks shot 27.3 percent (9-of-33) from the field in the opening period. Denver led 35-32 at the 10:30 mark before a quick 8-0 run pushed the Pioneer advantage to 11 points, 43-32, with eight minutes remaining in the game. ULM fought back behind a Carrier 3-pointer to cut the Pioneer advantage to three with 4:50 remaining. Denver would answer with a run of its own to push their lead to 12 points, 53-41, with 52 seconds remaining. Denver knocked down 11-of-16 second half free throws to maintain its double-digit advantage down the stretch. Moore’s three steals in the contest places her in a tie for 10th place all-time in ULM history with 146 thefts. Carrier’s 3-pointer gives her 94 in her career and places her in a tie for seventh place in 3-point shots made. ULM (10-6, 3-2) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Min 32 *Williams, S. 2-5 0-0 0-0 40 *Wallis, A. 2-5 0-0 0-0 11 *Moore, L. 6-15 0-1 1-2 13 *Leslie, S. 2-9 0-2 0-1 20 *Carrier, J. 4-11 1-4 4-5 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 Courtney, K. 2-6 1-4 0-0 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 21 Torres, E. 0-4 0-2 0-0 30 Tucker, P. 0-1 0-0 0-0 34 Davis, S. 2-5 0-0 0-0 35 Williams, L. 0-2 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 20-63 2-13 5-8 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 27.3 20.0 50.0

1st Half 47.8 33.3 57.1

Pf

Pts

A

1-3-4 2 0-2-2 3 3-1-4 5 0-2-2 1 0-1-1 2 0-2-2 0 2-3-5 1 1-0-1 0 0-1-1 1 0-0-0 0 4-1-5 5 1-0-1 2 3-0-3 15-16-31 22

4 4 13 4 13 0 5 0 0 0 4 0

0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

47

7

2nd Half 36.7 12.5 66.7

Denver (9-6, 4-1) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Min 21 *Robinson, A. 2-4 0-0 0-0 24 *Murdoch, K. 4-6 0-0 1-2 04 *Otero, C. 2-4 1-2 2-2 05 *Rice, B. 4-7 0-1 7-10 31 *Mason, A. 2-5 2-3 1-2 12 Vaughan, J. 0-3 0-0 0-0 33 Akotaobi, N. 3-4 0-0 0-2 40 Culberson, B. 1-4 0-1 4-5 54 Bents, S. 2-3 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 20-40 3-7 15-23 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Reb

Game 31.7 15.4 62.5

Reb

Pf

Pts

A

3-4-7 1-3-4 1-5-6 0-4-4 0-3-3 1-2-3 1-5-6 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-2-2 8-30-38

0 4 1 1 3 1 2 0 1

4 9 7 15 7 0 6 6 4

3 0 3 2 0 0 1 3 0

13

58

12

2nd Half 52.9 50.0 68.8

16 31 29 19 35 4 19 5 16 3 19 4

Game 50.0 42.9 65.2

33 18 27 32 26 13 19 22 10

Carrier finished with a team-high 12 points while Kassie Courtney came off the bench to add 10 points and eight rebounds. Sannisha Williams finished with nine points and nine rebounds. ASU’s Brittney Hiles finished with a game-high 13 points while teammate Sherina Scott finished with a game-high 13 rebounds. Both teams started slowly on offense as, entering the under-16 minute timeout Arkansas State held a slim 2-0 lead. Senior Lottie Moore put the Warhawks on the board and knotted the score at a deuce with a lay-up at the 15:28 mark. The two teams spent the next five minutes trading shots and misses until Arkansas State put together a 7-0 run to stake a 15-8 advantage with eight minutes remaining in the opening period. ASU would push its advantage to as many as 10 points in the opening period before the Warhawks were able to cut it to five points at the half. Despite shooting a woeful 31.3 percent and committing 13 turnovers in the opening period, ULM entered the intermission trailing by only five points at 27-22. The Warhawk defense kept them in the game in the opening half, collecting 10 steals and forcing 15 Arkansas State turnovers to go with a 37 percent shooting clip Out of the half, ULM turned the ball over on three straight possessions to allow the Red Wolves to build a nine-point lead. ULM would fight back, cutting the deficit to 31-27 with 17:57 remaining before ASU went on another run.

Jan. 18, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. - The ULM women’s basketball team used a dominating defensive performance and a balanced offensive attack to take control early and defeat Troy, 70-42, inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum in a televised game Sunday afternoon. The Warhawks (11-7, 4-3 Sun Belt) held the Trojans to 26.8 percent shooting from the field in front of their largest home crowd this season. Troy opened the contest shooting 4-of-7 and held an advantage of 12-10 with 13:21 remaining. From there the Warhawks would lock down on defense. Troy would convert on only four of its next 34 shots going deep into the second half and allow ULM to build a 20-point cushion. The Trojans become the fifth opponent ULM has held under 30 percent shooting from the field on the season. Sannisha Williams recorded her second double-double of the season with 13 points and 13 rebounds, and finished with a career-high five steals and three blocks to set the defensive tone early. Lottie Moore led all scorers with 19 points on 6-of-7 shooting from the field including 6-of-7 from the foul line. Troy’s (8-9, 3-4 Sun Belt) Donette McNair was the lone player in doublefigures with 10 points to accompany 11 rebounds, her fifth double-double of the season. Kylie Morrisy, the Sun Belt’s second leading scorer and the player who knocked ULM out of the 2008 Sun Belt Conference Tournament with her last second shot, was held to eight points on 2-of-12 shooting. ULM used a 22-4 run towards the end of the first half to build a 36-18 advantage going into the intermission and never looked back. The Warhawks blew the game wide open in the second period with a four minute 10-2 scoring run to stretch its lead to 52-26 with 9:33 remaining. ULM controlled all statistical categories en route to claiming its largest margin of victory over a league foe since joining the Sun Belt Conference prior to the 2006-07 season. ULM forced 24 Trojan turnovers and turned them into 27 points. The Warhawks committed 15 turnovers that yielded only four Troy points.

ULM fed off the intensity of its crowd while turning up its defensive pressure to hold Troy scoreless for over nine minutes midway through the first half to go along with a 13-0 run to push the lead to 27-14.

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 31.3 25.0 0.0

Reb Pf 3-5-8 3 0-0-0 3 0-4-4 5 3-6-9 3 1-2-3 5 2-6-8 2 0-1-1 1 0-0-0 3 1-0-1 1 4-2-6 4 0-1-1 0 5-1-6 19-28-47 30

2nd Half 33.3 27.3 63.6

1st Half 37.0 40.0 62.5

2nd Half 34.8 50.0 61.3

Officials: Mary Day, Luis Gonzalez, Metta Roberts Technical fouls: ULM-None. Arkansas State-None. Attendance: 1,613 1st 22 27

2nd 32 37

Total 54 64

Pts 5 9 12 9 5 10 0 2 2 0 0

A 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Min 20 22 36 29 18 28 3 9 4 25 6

54

8

200

Pts 12 7 13 6 6 7 9 4 0 0

A 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

Min 33 21 23 24 28 25 18 12 14 2

64

9

200

Game 32.3 26.3 58.3

Arkansas State (9-8, 3-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 01 *Taylor, J. 1-3 0-0 10-10 1-1-2 2 11 *Jefferson, E. 3-6 0-0 1-4 2-0-2 4 15 *Hiles, B. 4-7 1-2 4-6 0-4-4 2 22 *Scott, S. 2-7 0-0 2-6 6-7-13 1 24 *Smith, V. 2-9 0-1 2-4 2-3-5 1 21 Hurst, S. 2-9 0-2 3-7 0-5-5 2 25 Starr, C. 3-4 3-4 0-0 0-1-1 0 30 Schlup, L. 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 1 32 Dunn, E. 0-3 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 2 50 Henke, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 TEAM 1-3-4 Totals.............. 18--50 4-9 24-39 15-28-43 15

Score by Periods ULM Arkansas State

Game 36.0 44.4 61.5

Ashley Wallis and Jesse Carrier added 10 points apiece, respectively, while all 13 Warhawks saw action in the contest with nine scoring a bucket. The Warhawks finished by converting on 47.4 percent of their shots in the contest. Troy (8-9, 3-4) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 25 *Morrissy, K. 2-12 0-3 4-4 32 *McNair, D. 4-13 0-0 2-3 12 *Shearing, A. 0-2 0-2 1-2 03 *Davis, B. 1-3 1-3 0-0 10 *Roper, L. 1-4 1-2 0-0 05 McAppion, S. 4-7 0-0 0-0 11 Selfe, J. 2-5 1-2 0-0 15 Smith, K. 0-7 0-2 2-2 22 Wright, M. 1-1 0-0 0-0 40 Realph, D. 0-0 0-0 0-0 41 Lindley, L. 0-1 0-1 0-0 44 Manuel, T. 0-1 0-0 0-0 45 Mitchell, S. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 15-56 3-15 9-11 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 24.0 22.2 80.0

Reb Pf 1-5-6 4 6-5-11 2 0-0-0 3 0-3-3 1 0-3-3 2 1-0-1 0 0-0-0 0 2-2-4 1 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 1 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 1 0-0-0 0 1-3-4 11-22-33 16

2nd Half 29.0 29.0 83.3

Pts 8 10 1 3 3 8 5 2 2 0 0 0 0

A 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 37 24 13 28 26 12 12 19 9 4 8 6 2

42

4

200

Game 26.8 20.0 81.8

ULM (11-7, 4-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Pts 32 *Williams, S. 5-12 0-0 3-4 3-10-13 2 13 40 *Wallis, A. 5-6 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 3 10 10 *Courtney, K. 2-8 0-4 2-2 1-1-2 0 6 11 *Moore, L. 6-9 1-1 6-7 0-1-1 0 19 20 *Carrier, J. 4-10 2-5 0-0 0-2-2 1 10 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 13 Leslie, S. 3-4 0-0 0-1 1-1-2 1 6 15 Rawson, J. 0-2 0-0 0-2 2-2-4 3 0 21 Torres, E. 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-4-4 0 2 24 Lonsberry, K. 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 30 Tucker, P. 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 2 34 Davis, S. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3 0 35 Williams, L. 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 2 Team 1-4-5 Totals.............. 27-57 3-11 13-18 10-30-40 13 70 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 46.7 40.0 75.0

2nd Half 48.1 16.7 70.0

Officials: Jeff Faulconer, Charlie Hust, Kristen McKinney Technical fouls: Troy-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 839 Score by Periods Troy ULM

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42 70

ULM (10-7, 3-3) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 11 *Moore, L. 2-9 1-2 0-0 13 *Leslie, S. 4-11 1-4 0-0 20 *Carrier, J. 5-15 2-7 0-0 32 *Williams, S. 4-9 0-0 1-2 40 *Wallis, A. 0-2 0-0 5-7 10 Courtney, K. 4-9 1-4 1-3 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 21 Torres, E. 1-2 0-1 0-0 30 Tucker, P. 1-2 0-1 0-0 34 Davis, S. 0-3 0-0 0-0 35 Williams, L. 0-3 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 21-65 5-19 7-12

Score by Periods ULM Denver

Total 47 58

Troy ULM

The win improves ULM to 2-0 in front of a televised crowd with both of Williams’ double-doubles coming in the Sun Belt Conference Game of the Week.

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

2nd 27 31

Game 18

Trailing by 10 points, ULM scored seven straight to come within three at 43-40 with 9:01 remaining, An Arkansas State trey extended the advantage again and the Warhawks could draw no closer.

Officials: Randy Campbell, Peter Contreras, Doug Knight Technical fouls: ULM-None. Denver-None. Attendance: 668 1st 20 27

1st 18 36

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

2nd 24 34

Total 42 70

Game 47.4 27.3 72.2

A Min 0 26 0 23 4 23 3 29 1 32 0 4 3 15 1 10 4 16 0 3 0 2 0 14 0 3 16 200


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Game 19

ULM Florida Atlantic

63 76

Jan. 21, 2009 • Boca Raton, Fla.

BOCA RATON, Fla. - Florida Atlantic pulled away in the final minutes to defeat ULM 76-63 Wednesday night in Sun Belt Conference play in FAU Arena. The Owls led 57-56 with just over seven minutes to play in the game, but went on a 15-6 run over the next six minutes to escape with the victory. Florida Atlantic hit seven free throws over the game’s final minute to give the game a deceptive final margin. Sannisha Williams led ULM (11-8, 4-4 Sun Belt) with a career-high 21 points, while Jesse Carrier added 15 and Lottie Moore chipped in nine – Moore also had six assists and four blocks and Williams pulled down seven rebounds. The loss drops the Warhawks to 1-4 on the road in Sun Belt play. Carrier finished the game connecting on three 3-point shots – her second of the night was the 100th of her career. Brittany Bowe led the Owls (7-11, 4-4) with 23 points, while Carla Stubbs netted 15 points, Teri Stamps added 13 and Jessica Knurick had 10. The Warhawks took a 48-44 lead on a Sumar Leslie 3-pointer with 12:39 to play in the game, but the Owls responded with a 13-6 run to take a 57-54 lead with just over eight minutes to play in the game. Florida Atlantic maintained consistent shooting throughout the game connecting on 45.3 percent from the floor for the game. However, the Warhawks went cold from the floor in the second half hitting on just 28.6 percent of their shots following intermission. Both teams came out of the gate firing as they combined to connect on eight of the game’s first 11 shot attempts. The Warhawks held the advantage on the stat sheet at the half hitting 50.0 percent (13-of-26), while Florida Atlantic shot 46.9 percent (15-of-32). However, the Owls held the advantage where it counted at intermission holding a slim 38-36 lead on the scoreboard. FAU connected on 5-of-8 from beyond the 3-point line and pulled down 10 offensive rebounds in the opening half. The Warhawks opened the game on a brief 5-0 run, but Florida Atlantic stormed back scoring nine of the game’s next 12 points to take a 9-8 lead at the 16:28 mark. The Owls didn’t relinquish the lead for the remainder of the first half (there were four ties) and led by as many as nine points – 35-26 with 4:13 to play. However, the Warhawks ended the half on a 10-3 run led by four of Williams’ 12 first-half points. ULM (11-8, 4-4) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Williams, S. 9-12 0-0 3-5 4-3-7 1 40 *Wallis, A. 2-3 0-0 2-2 2-1-3 4 10 *Courtney, K. 1-7 0-3 3-4 4-2-6 1 11 *Moore, L. 3-11 1-2 2-3 0-3-3 5 20 *Carrier, J. 5-15 3-10 2-2 0-1-1 2 13 Leslie, S. 2-7 1-3 0-0 1-2-3 1 15 Rawson, J. 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 21 Torres, E. 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 3 34 Davis, S. 0-2 0-0 0-0 3-4-7 1 35 Williams, L. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 TEAM 1-4-5 Totals.............. 23-61 5-18 12-16 17-23-40 19 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 50.0 42.9 87.5

2nd Half 28.6 18.2 62.5

1st Half 46.9 62.5 75.0

2nd Half 43.8 0.0 71.4

Officials: S. Starkey, R. Brockett, M. Eglinger Technical fouls: ULM-None. FAU-None. Attendance: 237 Score by Periods ULM FAU

1st 36 38

2nd 27 38

A 0 0 0 6 4 3 0 1 1 0

Min 33 13 33 35 30 21 2 1 27 5

63

15

200

Pts 10 23 6 13 15 6 3 0

A 1 6 3 1 1 0 1 1

Min 27 33 29 31 31 19 12 18

76

14

200

Game 37.7 27.8 75.0

FAU (7-11, 4-4) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 42 *Knurick, J. 5-10 0-0 0-0 4-10-14 2 02 *Bowe, B. 7-12 0-0 9-10 0-1-1 1 14 *Taylor, A. 2-6 1-4 1-3 2-1-3 3 24 *Stamps, T. 5-10 1-3 2-3 1-1-2 2 25 *Stubbs, C. 6-15 3-5 0-0 3-2-5 2 05 Givens, J. 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-3-3 0 32 Turner, B. 1-6 0-0 1-2 0-1-1 3 45 Momoh, J. 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 2 TEAM 4-3-7 Totals.............. 29-64 5-13 13-18 16-25-41 15 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 21 6 5 9 15 5 0 2 0 0

Game 45.3 38.5 72.2

Game 20

FIU ULM

31 54

Jan. 24, 2009 • Monroe, La.

Game 21

Troy Middle Tennessee

75 91

Jan. 31, 2009 • Murfreesboro, Tenn.

MONROE, La. - The ULM women’s basketball team set a Fant-Ewing Coliseum record Saturday afternoon in a 53-31 victory over FIU in a Sun Belt Conference game in Monroe, La.

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee led from the start on its way to a 91-75 victory over ULM in a Sun Belt Conference game inside the Murphy Center in Murfreesboro, Tenn., Saturday evening.

The Warhawks defensive efforts rewrote the record books by holding the Golden Panthers to 31 total points – the lowest total by an opponent inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum. The ULM women came three points away from tying the school record set at a neutral site during the 1975-76 season.

Middle Tennessee (19-4, 11-0 Sun Belt) maintained a 10-plus point advantage throughout the first half and increased that in the second frame to as many as 24 points with six minutes remaining on the clock. The Blue Raiders shot an impressive 57.4 percent from the field (35-of-61).

ULM (12-8, 5-4 Sun Belt) forced 34 turnovers – including 17 in the first half – and held the Golden Panthers’ to 26.1 percent (12-of-46) shooting from the field on the game. The field goal percentage defense was the lowest on the season by an opponent.

ULM (12-9, 5-5) turned the ball over early and often – a season-high 33 times – and the Blue Raiders capitalized on those errors with 40 points. Middle Tennessee on the other hand, committed only 17 errors on the night.

The Warhawks have held their opponents under 30 percent shooting in four of their last five home games and on six occasions this season.

Kassie Courtney paced ULM with a career-high 16 points to go along with a career-high five 3-point field goals. Sannisha Williams recorded her third career double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds. Ashley Wallis and Sumar Leslie also chipped in 15 and 10 points, respectively.

Jesse Carrier and Sannisha Williams led the ULM charge as they scored 11 and 10 points, respectively. Williams added nine rebounds while Carrier knocked down three 3-point attempts. Lottie Moore added eight points and tied a career-high with seven steals. FIU (4-16, 2-7) was led by Monika Bosilj’s 12 points and nine rebounds while Elisa Carey added seven points and a game-high 12 boards. The Warhawks clamped down in the first half and held the Golden Panthers to six points in the first 14-plus minutes. The Golden Panthers finished 5-of23 from the floor and 1-of-8 from behind the line in the opening period as ULM staked a 35-12 advantage at the intermission. Throughout the second half both teams exchanged baskets as the ULM lead teetered between 17 and 30 points for the host Warhawks. FIU (4-16, 2-7) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 03 *Jenkins, J. 1-3 0-0 0-0 12 *Carey, E. 3-7 0-0 1-2 05 *Gonzalez, M. 2-5 0-0 0-0 13 *Bosilj, M. 4-17 3-10 1-2 22 *Traugott, A. 1-6 1-6 0-0 01 Zeigler, A. 0-2 0-1 0-0 02 Buddy, C. 0-2 0-0 0-0 21 Wilson, A. 0-3 0-1 0-0 33 Jekabsone, L. 1-1 0-0 1-2 35 Krajacic, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 12-46 4-18 3-6 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 21.7 12.5 50.0

2nd Half 30.4 30.0 50.0

ULM (12-8, 5-4) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 32 *Williams, S. 5-13 0-0 0-0 40 *Wallis, A. 3-6 0-0 2-2 10 *Courtney, K. 2-8 1-3 0-0 11 *Moore, L. 4-12 0-2 0-2 20 *Carrier, J. 4-11 3-9 0-0 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-3 0-0 0-0 13 Leslie, S. 1-7 0-3 0-0 15 Rawson, J. 1-3 0-0 0-0 21 Torres, E. 1-3 0-2 0-0 24 Lonsberry, K. 1-1 0-0 0-0 30 Tucker, P. 0-0 0-0 0-0 34 Davis, S. 1-2 0-0 1-1 35 Williams, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 Team Totals.............. 23-69 4-19 3-5 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 44.1 33.3 100

Reb 0-4-4 4-8-12 0-0-0 0-9-9 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 1-3-4 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-3-5 7-31-38

1st 12 35

2nd 19 18

2nd Half 22.9 0.0 50.0

Total 31 53

Pts 2 7 4 12 3 0 0 0 3 0

A 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 0 1

Min 21 26 17 40 26 20 14 16 14 6

11

31

9

200

Game 26.1 22.2 50.0

Reb Pf 3-6-9 2 2-2-4 0 2-3-5 0 1-1-2 3 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 0 0-3-3 0 1-1-2 1 0-3-3 1 0-1-1 0 0-0-0 0 3-4-7 1 1-0-1 1 3-0-3 16-25-41 9

Officials: Dock Sisk, Rachael Monroe, Rusty Gilbert Technical fouls: FIU-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 626 Score by Periods FIU ULM

Pf 0 3 0 2 3 1 0 2 0 0

Game 33.3 21.1 60.0

Pts 10 8 5 8 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 3 0

A 0 1 3 2 11 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

Min 27 24 24 25 30 3 22 7 14 2 2 17 3

53

10

200

Alysha Clark led all scorers in the contest with a career-high 40 points on 16-of-21 from the field. Chelsia Lymon and Jackie Pickel added 12 and 10 points apiece for the Blue Raiders. Middle Tennessee jumped out to a quick 12-3 lead in the first four minutes and would proceed to lead by as many as 17 points near the end of the first half. Clark scored 21 points in the first period to help the Blue Raiders take a 47-36 halftime lead. The Warhawks never led in the contest on their way to giving up a seasonhigh in points, while falling to 1-5 on the road in conference play. ULM (12-9, 5-5) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Pts Min 10 *Courtney, K. 5-6 5-6 1-1 2-1-3 0 16 11 *Moore, L. 2-6 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 5 4 20 *Carrier, J. 2-6 2-4 0-0 1-1-2 3 6 32 *Williams, S. 5-11 0-0 1-4 6-8-14 2 11 40 *Wallis, A. 5-8 0-0 5-7 0-2-2 2 15 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1-1 1 0 13 Leslie, S. 3-7 2-3 2-2 1-1-2 4 10 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 21 Torres, E. 3-6 1-2 1-4 0-2-2 2 8 24 Lonsberry, K. 1-1 0-0 1-2 1-0-1 2 3 34 Davis, S. 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-1-3 4 0 35 Williams, L. 0-3 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 0 2 TEAM 3-1-4 Totals.............. 26-56 10-15 13-24 18-23-41 25 75 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 42.4 77.8 50.0

2nd Half 52.2 50.0 54.5

Middle Tennessee (19-4, 11-0) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Min 00 *Lymon, C. 5-8 0-1 2-3 03 *Queen, E. 1-6 0-2 1-2 10 *Pickel, J. 4-5 1-1 1-2 21 *Brown, B. 2-9 1-4 2-2 22 *Clark, A. 16-21 0-1 8-10 20 Stewart, T. 0-0 0-0 0-0 30 Lanning, A. 2-5 2-4 1-2 32 Garrett, D. 2-3 0-0 2-6 40 Davis, S. 3-4 0-0 0-0 44 McFadden, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 35-61 4-13 17-27 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 59.4 37.5 85.7

A 0 2 3 1 1 0 5 0 1 0 2 0 15

Game 46.4 66.7 54.2

Reb

Pf

Pts

A

1-1-2 1-0-1 0-2-2 0-5-5 4-0-4 0-0-0 1-2-3 2-3-5 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-3-3 9-16-25

4 4 0 2 2 0 2 4 3 1

12 3 10 7 40 0 7 6 6 0

3 1 2 1 2 0 4 2 0 0

22

91

15

2nd Half 55.2 20.0 55.0

31 26 20 28 24 3 29 7 15 2 11 4

29 22 33 36 32 2 27 14 4 1

Game 57.4 30.8 63.0

Officials: Mary Day, Laurie Porter, Marcus Clayton Technical fouls: ULM-None. Middle Tennessee-None. Attendance: 5,411 Score by Periods ULM Middle Tennessee

1st 36 47

2nd 39 44

Total 75 91

Total 63 76

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Game 22

Western Kentucky ULM

62 58

Feb. 4, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. – A late flurry of 3-pointers wasn’t enough for ULM as Western Kentucky held tough to knock off the Warhawk women 62-58 in a Sun Belt Conference game inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum Wednesday night. The loss was the Warhawks first home conference set back of the season.

Game 23

ULM New Orleans

43 57

Feb. 7, 2009 • New Orleans, La.

NEW ORLEANS – The ULM women’s basketball team’s road shooting woes continued Saturday afternoon as it fell 57-43 to New Orleans inside Lakefront Arena.

Western Kentucky (13-9, 7-5) had an answer for every ULM (12-10, 5-6) bucket down the stretch as the Warhawks couldn’t get any closer than three points over the final seven minutes of the game.

ULM (12-11, 5-7) couldn’t find a way to put the ball in the basket for the second-consecutive game as it shot 26.8 percent on 15-of-56 from the field. The Warhawks also couldn’t get the long ball to fall as only 3-of-16 attempts went down from deep.

The Warhawks, however, won the turnover battle as they committed only six errors – tying an all-time game low – compared to the Lady Toppers 20 in the contest. The Warhawks converted Western Kentucky’s errors into 17 points, but 28.6 percent shooting proved to be ULM’s downfall on the night.

New Orleans (12-12, 7-6) was able to maintain at least a double-digit advantage throughout the game as it led by as many as 18 points in the first half and 17 points in the second period. The Privateers also hit the boards and out rebounded the Warhawks 43-to-29 in the contest.

ULM was led by Sannisha Williams’ second-consecutive double-double, 13 points and 11 rebounds, while Jesse Carrier scored 13 points including three 3-pointers. Lottie Moore led with a game-high six assists and four steals.

The Warhawks defense was tenacious, however, in the contest as they forced 27 Privateer turnovers, while the offense committed only 15 errors.

Western Kentucky’s Hope Brown scored a game-high 15 points to lead the Lady Toppers and Amy McNear added 12 points to go along with five rebounds. The Lady Toppers made a late first half charge with a 5-0 run to cut the ULM lead to four points and a subsequent 29-25 lead at halftime. Western Kentucky was able to overcome a four point halftime deficit with an 8-2 run in the beginning of the second period to take a 44-40 lead with 12:09 on the clock in the second period. Western Kentucky (13-9, 7-5) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 32 *Brown, A. 3-8 0-0 3-3 35 *Magley, J. 2-4 0-0 0-0 03 *McNear, A. 4-9 0-0 4-5 05 *Rich, K. 2-10 0-4 5-6 13 *Brown, H. 5-8 1-3 4-4 04 Thomas, T. 0-0 0-0 0-0 31 Owens, L. 1-2 0-0 2-4 34 House, C. 3-4 0-0 0-0 55 Johnson, J. 1-1 0-0 1-1 TEAM Totals.............. 21-46 1-7 19-23 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 31.0 0.0 87.5

2nd Half 70.6 25.0 80.0

ULM (12-10, 5-6) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 32 *Williams, S. 5-11 0-0 3-6 40 *Wallis, A. 0-8 0-0 1-2 10 *Courtney, K. 2-10 1-3 2-3 11 *Moore, L. 4-21 0-3 1-4 20 *Carrier, J. 5-9 3-4 0-0 13 Leslie, S. 1-5 1-3 0-0 15 Rawson, J. 2-2 0-0 0-0 21 Torres, E. 1-4 1-2 1-2 34 Davis, S. 2-6 0-0 0-0 35 Williams, L. 0-1 0-0 0-0 Team Totals.............. 22-77 6-15 8-17 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 28.6 33.3 42.9

Reb 1-4-5 1-6-7 0-5-5 0-5-5 0-1-1 1-2-3 2-5-7 1-3-4 1-5-6 0-0-0 7-36-43

2nd Half 28.6 44.4 50.0

1st 25 29

2nd 37 29

Total 62 58

Pts 9 4 12 9 15 0 4 6 3 62

A 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0

Min 24 17 33 30 35 11 14 20 16

7

200

Game 45.7 14.3 82.6

Reb Pf 6-4-10 3 3-1-4 3 4-3-7 2 3-2-5 4 0-1-1 1 0-3-3 3 1-1-2 3 1-0-1 1 1-3-4 1 0-0-0 0 6-1-7 25-19-44 21

Officials: Scotty Hermann, Eric Koch, Chad Armstrong Technical fouls: Western Kentucky-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 505 Score by Periods Western Kentucky ULM

Pf 4 4 2 1 2 0 3 1 2 19

Game 28.6 40.0 47.1

Pts 13 1 7 9 13 3 4 4 4 0

A 0 0 3 6 0 2 0 1 0 0

Min 22 20 29 34 29 15 7 13 29 2

58

12

200

ULM was led by Lottie Moore’s 15 points to go along with five rebounds and four steals. Kassie Courtney and Jesse Carrier added nine and eight points, respectively. New Orleans’ Candice McGee led the Privateers with a career-high six blocks along with eight points and 10 rebounds. Jada Frazier scored a game-high 18 points including 4-of-7 from behind the 3-point line, while Brittany Helm added 11 points, nine rebounds and five assists. The Privateers came of the gates on fire and sank their first six 3-point attempts en route to building a 21-6 New Orleans cushion over the first six minutes. The Warhawks answered with a late 10-2 run to cut into the deficit as the Privateers took a 34-24 lead into the locker rooms. Lottie Moore’s 10 second half points wasn’t enough to help ULM overcome a double-digit deficit as the Warhawks made only 1-of-9 attempts from behind the 3-point line in the second frame. ULM (12-11, 5-7) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Williams, S. 0-4 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 40 *Wallis, A. 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-3-3 1 10 *Courtney, K. 4-13 1-6 0-0 2-2-4 1 11 *Moore, L. 4-11 0-0 7-9 2-3-5 3 20 *Carrier, J. 2-9 2-8 2-2 0-1-1 1 13 Leslie, S. 1-8 0-2 1-2 0-1-1 2 15 Rawson, J. 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 0 21 Torres, E. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 34 Davis, S. 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 1 35 Williams, L. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 TEAM 5-2-7 Totals.............. 15-56 3-16 10-15 13-16-29 11 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 28.6 28.6 66.7

2nd Half 25.0 11.1 66.7

New Orleans (12-12, 7-6) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 05 *Felder, T. 3-6 2-3 0-0 24 *McGee, C. 4-5 0-0 0-0 02 *Helm, B. 5-15 0-3 1-2 12 *Frazier, J. 7-15 4-7 0-1 13 *Holmes, N. 3-4 2-2 0-0 20 Alexander, A. 1-1 0-0 0-0 22 Monroe, R. 0-0 0-0 0-0 32 Johnson, C. 1-3 0-1 0-0 45 Black, T. 0-0 0-0 0-0 52 Gorsh, A. 0-3 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 24-52 8-16 1-3 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 50.0 60.0 0.0

Officials: Luis Gonzalez, Terri Maddock, Bobby Jarmon Technical fouls: ULM-None. New Orleans-None. Attendance: 739 Score by Periods ULM New Orleans

1st 24 34

2nd 19 23

Total 43 57

A 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0

Min 23 17 32 35 29 12 4 9 34 5

43

6

200

Pts 8 8 11 18 8 2 0 2 0 0

A 3 0 5 1 3 0 1 0 0 0

Min 36 34 35 38 21 3 6 14 2 11

57

13

200

Game 26.8 18.8 66.7

Reb Pf 0-4-4 3 4-6-10 2 4-5-9 2 0-6-6 2 1-2-3 2 0-2-2 0 0-0-0 1 3-2-5 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 1-3-4 13-30-43 12

2nd Half 41.7 33.3 33.3

Pts 0 2 9 15 8 3 0 0 6 0

Game 46.2 50.0 33.3

Game 24

Louisiana-Lafayette 53 ULM 82 Feb. 11, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. – The ULM women’s basketball team honored its cancer survivors Wednesday night during its Pink Zone Game with a barrage of 3-pointers and a second half surge to defeat Louisiana-Lafayette 82-53 inside FantEwing Coliseum. ULM (13-11, 6-7) was on fire from all around the 3-point line as it set a team record with 14 made 3-pointers in a game, dropping the old record of 13 made 3s set back in Dec. of 1993. The Warhawks knocked down 14-of-24 attempts in the contest, good for 58.3 percent. Leading by just five at halftime, ULM used a 23-8 run including four 3-pointers during the first nine minutes of the second frame to push the game wide open, 53-33. The Warhawks also crashed the boards as they topped the Ragin’ Cajuns 46-28 in rebounds and in the process grabbed 22 offensive rebounds. The Warhawks’ were led by a balanced scoring attack as fours players scored in double-figures as they helped ULM lead by as many as 32 points in the contest. Jesse Carrier led the ULM attack from downtown with 15 points including 5-for-10 from outside the 3-point line. Lottie Moore was all over the court as she scored 13 points, grabbed eight rebounds, assisted on five shots, and stole five passes. Sumar Leslie and Kassie Courtney added 12 and 10 points, respectively. Alexis Green led all scorers and Louisiana-Lafayette (3-21, 0-13) with 20 points to go along with five rebounds, while Mercedes Johnson added 17 points and five rebounds. Throughout the first eight-plus minutes of the contest there were three lead changes before ULM’s Carrier knocked down a 3-pointer to put the Warhawks ahead by two points, 14-12, with 10:41 remaining. The Warhawks wouldn’t trail from then on. ULM would eventually take a 30-25 lead into the locker rooms at intermission. Carrier moved into sole possession of ninth place all-time in ULM 3-point makes and now has 116 career deep balls. Lottie Moore also moved into ninth place all-time in ULM steals as she has 169 in her career. Louisiana-Lafayette (3-21, 0-13) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 22 *Johnson, M. 6-14 0-1 5-8 34 *Green, A. 6-16 1-4 7-7 50 *Richard, A. 0-1 0-0 0-0 02 *Barnes, J. 2-5 0-0 0-0 11 *Hall, B. 0-2 0-1 0-0 01 Brunker, M. 0-1 0-0 0-0 13 Motley, K. 0-1 0-1 0-0 24 Sigue, J. 0-0 0-0 2-2 25 Clay, D. 0-2 0-0 1-2 32 Morris, N. 2-6 0-3 0-0 33 Bell, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 35 Amie, V. 0-2 0-0 5-6 TEAM Totals.............. 16-50 1-10 20-25 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 40.0 12.5 66.7

Reb 4-1-5 1-4-5 0-2-2 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-3-3 0-0-0 0-1-1 3-2-5 9-19-28

2nd Half 24.0 0.0 84.2

Pf 2 4 2 2 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 3

Pts 17 20 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 5

A 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

Min 37 38 19 17 18 9 2 2 20 23 4 11

19

53

8

200

Pts 9 3 10 13 15 1 6 12 2 0 3 2 6

A 0 1 4 5 2 0 1 4 1 0 1 0 0

Min 21 24 24 28 27 5 14 19 10 3 3 3 19

82

19

200

Game 32.0 10.0 80.0

ULM (13-11, 6-7) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Williams, S. 4-10 0-0 1-1 4-5-9 2 34 *Davis, S. 1-3 0-0 1-2 3-1-4 3 10 *Courtney, K. 3-8 2-3 2-2 4-3-7 0 11 *Moore, L. 4-10 0-2 5-6 4-4-8 2 20 *Carrier, J. 5-12 5-10 0-0 1-2-3 1 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 1 03 Torres, E. 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-2-2 1 13 Leslie, S. 4-5 4-5 0-1 0-1-1 2 15 Rawson, J. 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3 24 Lonsberry, K. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 1 30 Tucker, P. 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-0-0 0 35 Williams, L. 0-1 0-0 2-2 2-1-3 2 40 Wallis, A. 2-6 0-0 2-2 2-2-4 1 Team 2-2-4 Totals.............. 27-64 14-24 14-20 22-24-46 19 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 33.3 40.0 80.0

2nd Half 48.6 71.4 60.0

Game 42.2 58.3 70.0

Officials: R-Roy Gulbeyan, U1-Peter Contreras, U2-Charlie Hust Technical fouls: Louisiana-Lafayette-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 865 Score by Periods Louisiana-Lafayette ULM

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1st 25 30

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

2nd 28 52

Total 53 82


2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES

Game 25

UALR ULM

71 63

Feb. 14, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. – UALR shot a remarkable percent from the floor and took a commanding first half lead on its way to a 71-63 Valentine’s Day victory over the ULM women’s basketball team inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum Saturday afternoon. UALR continued its hot hand well into the second frame as they connected on 50 percent (9-of-18) from the field and on 61.9 percent (26-of-42) in the contest. The Trojans shooting percentage was the highest by a Warhawk opponent thus far in the season. The Warhawks fell behind by as many as 13 points in the opening period, but outscored the Trojans in the second frame to cut the deficit to single digits for the final score. ULM made things interesting as it got to within seven points twice in the final minute. ULM (13-12, 6-8) was led by Jesse Carrier’s 14 points including 2-for-4 from outside the arc, while Sannisha Williams also added 12 points and five rebounds. Lottie Moore added eight points, grabbed six rebounds, and assisted on four assists. UALR (20-5, 12-2) was led by a trio of players in double-figures as Anshel Cooper scored a game-high 23 points on 10-of-13 shooting from the field. Chastity Reed and Kim Sitzmann chipped in 18 and 16 points, respectively. Reed also tied a career-high with six steals. After nine lead changes during the first 14 minutes of the contest the Trojans took control of the game with a 16-6 run and a 43-30 lead at halftime. UALR shot an eye popping 70.8 percent (17-of-24) from the field during the opening frame. ULM had its chance to cut the lead to less than five points in the waning minute as they made 3-of-5 free throws compared to UALR’s 4-of-9 free throws. UALR (20-5, 12-2) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 20 *Reed, C. 8-12 0-1 2-4 54 *Kursh, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 03 *Rolfe, A. 3-4 1-2 2-2 23 *Cooper, A. 10-13 0-0 3-5 35 *Sitzmann, K. 4-10 2-4 6-10 04 McIntyre, M. 0-0 0-0 0-0 05 Johnson, A. 0-0 0-0 0-0 10 Butler, S. 0-0 0-0 2-2 30 Haywood, C. 1-3 0-0 1-2 31 Williams, B. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 26-42 3-7 16-25 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 70.8 60.0 66.7

Reb 1-4-5 0-2-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-5-6 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-1-2 3-16-19

2nd Half 50.0 0.0 62.5

Pf 4 4 4 2 2 0 0 3 2 2

Pts 18 0 9 23 16 0 0 2 3 0

A 4 0 4 0 2 0 0 2 1 0

Min 40 11 39 34 38 1 5 8 21 3

23

71

13

200

Game 61.9 42.9 64.0

ULM (13-12, 6-8) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Williams, S. 3-7 0-0 6-7 4-1-5 2 34 *Davis, S. 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-0-1 2 10 *Courtney, K. 2-7 2-4 0-0 2-1-3 5 11 *Moore, L. 3-9 0-0 2-4 1-5-6 4 20 *Carrier, J. 4-9 2-4 5-7 0-1-1 4 13 Leslie, S. 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-3-3 0 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 21 Torres, E. 1-4 0-3 1-2 0-1-1 0 35 Williams, L. 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 40 Wallis, A. 3-5 0-0 1-1 1-0-1 4 Team 2-2-4 Totals.............. 20-47 4-11 19-25 11-14-25 22 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 47.8 33.3 77.8

2nd Half 37.5 37.5 75.0

Officials: Laurie Porter, Ron Harris, Shawn Goode Technical fouls: UALR-Reed, Chastity. ULM-None. Attendance: 498 Score by Periods UALR ULM

1st 43 30

2nd 28 33

Total 71 63

Game 42.6 36.4 76.0

Pts 12 6 6 8 15 2 0 3 4 7

A 1 0 1 4 1 2 0 2 0 0

Min 32 16 22 29 33 19 1 16 9 23

63

11

200

Game 26

ULM North Texas

70 78

Feb. 18, 2009 • Denton, Texas

DENTON, Texas – Woes on the road for the ULM women’s basketball team continued Wednesday night as the Warhawks fell to North Texas inside the Super Pit in Denton, Texas, 78-70. ULM (13-13, 6-9 Sun Belt) fell to 2-9 away from Fant-Ewing Coliseum and dropped its sixth-straight on the road against a league foe. The Warhawks lone win in conference play on the road came in the season opener at Louisiana-Lafayette. The Warhawks were hitting on offense to the tune of 43.1 percent from the field and 40 percent from beyond the arc. But 28 turnovers handcuffed the team on offense from the opening whistle. Tricia Lee finished with a career-high 30 points to lead North Texas (10-16, 6-9 Sun Belt) off 9-of-15 shooting from the field and 4-of-7 from deep. Amber Jackson added 18 points and a team-high five rebounds. For the Warhawks, senior Lottie Moore scored a team-high 15 points and added a team-high seven rebounds. Junior Jesse Carrier added 14 points and sophomore Kassie Courtney chipped in 12 off the bench. ULM slowly built up to a 22-17 lead with just over six minutes remaining before the two offenses woke up. The Mean Green got out on the fast break to take the lead for good at 23-22 with 5:26 remaining. The Mean Green capitalized on five Warhawk turnovers in the final five minutes to piece together a modest 14-7 run and take its largest lead of the opening half. Carrier hit a trey from the corner as the first half clock expired to cut into the deficit and make it a 39-32 Mean Green advantage going into the intermission. ULM would keep it close throughout the second half, but turnovers at inopportune times stalled each Warhawk run. The Mean Green would pull away for the eight-point victory. Led by seven points from junior Ashley Wallis, the Warhawk posts combined for 18 points on the evening. North Texas exercised a sizable advantage in the paint to finish the game hitting on 49.1 percent of its shots. The Mean Green outscored the Warhawks 40-14 in the paint. ULM (13-13, 6-9) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb PF 40 *Wallis, A. 3-4 0-0 1-2 2-2-4 2 34 *Davis, S. 1-1 0-0 3-4 2-2-4 3 10 *Courtney, K. 3-7 2-5 4-4 1-0-1 3 11 *Moore, L. 4-4 0-0 7-8 1-6-7 4 20 *Carrier, J. 5-12 3-10 1-2 1-3-4 1 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 13 Leslie, S. 2-6 2-3 0-0 0-1-1 3 15 Rawson, J. 1-3 0-0 2-2 2-0-2 0 21 Torres, E. 2-4 1-2 0-0 1-0-1 2 32 Williams, S. 1-8 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 2 35 Williams, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 TEAM 2-1-3 Totals.............. 22-51 8-20 18-22 13-18-31 20 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 46.2 37.5 100

2nd Half 40.0 41.7 76.5

1st Half 48.4 30.0 75.0

2nd Half 50.0 50.0 93.8

Officials: Dock Sisk, Eric Baker, Marcus Clayton Technical fouls: ULM-None. North Texas-None. Attendance: 872 Score by Periods ULM North Texas

1st 32 39

2nd 38 39

A 0 0 3 3 3 0 3 0 1 0 0

Min 26 27 26 28 31 1 23 6 13 18 1

70

13

200

Game 43.1 40.0 81.8

North Texas (10-16, 6-9) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 31 *Jackson, A. 9-13 0-0 0-1 4-1-5 2 03 *Lee, T. 9-15 4-7 8-9 1-3-4 3 05 *Hall, J. 1-3 0-1 6-6 2-1-3 2 30 *James, B. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 33 *El, M. 2-6 1-2 3-4 1-2-3 4 04 Thompson, J. 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 5 10 Buckley, K. 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 14 El, N. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 23 Escalera, Y. 1-6 0-2 4-4 0-1-1 1 34 Torru, T. 0-3 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 0 42 Timms, T. 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 3 Team 1-4-5 Totals.............. 26-53 5-14 21-24 12-18-30 23 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 7 5 12 15 14 0 6 4 5 2 0

Game 49.1 35.7 87.5

Pts 18 30 8 0 8 2 2 0 6 0 4

A 1 1 4 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 0

Min 32 30 24 4 22 29 22 1 19 5 12

78

13

200

Game 27

ULM South Alabama

48 63

Feb. 21, 2009 • Mobile, Ala.

MOBILE, Ala. – South Alabama used a late second-half run and defensive pressure to defeat the ULM women’s basketball team 63-48 Saturday afternoon inside the Mitchell Center. The Warhawks loss dropped their road record to 1-8 in conference play. South Alabama’s defense proved to be the deciding factor as it held ULM to six field goals and 23.1 percent in the second frame for the victory. The Warhawks scored only seven points over the final 7:20 of the contest. The Lady Jaguars took control of the contest with six free throws and a pair of 3-pointers during a 15-3 run over a 4:40 span to push its lead to 57-43 at the three minute mark. During the run the Warhawks shot 0-for-8 from the field. Lottie Moore led ULM (13-14, 6-10) with a game and season-high 23 points along with seven rebounds and three assists. Jesse Carrier chipped in six points and tied a career-high with seven rebounds. South Alabama (19-9, 10-7) was led by Jessica Starling’s 19 points including 5-of-6 from outside the arc. Ra’Shawna Sippio and Morriah Smith added 15 and 14 points, respectively. Shaniece Brunner grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds for the Lady Jaguars. Moore stole a pass and went coast-to-coast for a layup and foul to end a six-plus minute Warhawk scoring drought near the end of the opening period. She also made the free throw for her 10th point to give ULM a 2220 lead at halftime. Both teams exchanged buckets for the first 12 minutes of the second half as there were five lead changes and six scoring ties in the contest before ULM went cold from the field. ULM (13-14, 6-10) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Min 40 *Wallis, A. 2-8 0-0 1-1 0-3-3 2 34 *Davis, S. 1-3 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 2 11 *Moore, L. 6-13 2-2 9-11 1-6-7 4 13 *Leslie, S. 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 3 20 *Carrier, J. 2-9 2-8 0-0 1-6-7 0 10 Courtney, K. 2-5 0-1 2-4 3-1-4 3 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 21 Torres, E. 1-5 1-4 1-2 0-0-0 1 32 Williams, S. 0-6 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 3 35 Williams, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 TEAM 5-3-8 Totals.............. 15-53 5-16 13-18 12-25-37 18 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 33.3 25.0 66.7

2nd Half 25.0 37.5 73.3

South Alabama (19-9, 10-7) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Min 12 *Sippio, R. 5-12 0-0 5-6 53 *Brunner, S. 0-4 0-2 2-4 02 *Nettles, S. 3-11 2-4 0-0 11 *Smith, M. 4-5 2-2 4-4 21 *Starling, J. 7-12 5-6 0-0 01 Peterson, S. 0-1 0-1 0-0 03 Walker, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 22 Kennon, C. 0-1 0-1 0-0 23 Gaines, T. 1-3 0-0 1-1 42 Sproal, K. 0-2 0-1 2-2 45 Dennis, V. 0-2 0-1 0-0 Team Totals.............. 20-53 9-18 14-17 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 28.6 33.3 50.0

Pts

A

5 2 23 2 6 6 0 4 0 0

0 1 3 3 1 0 0 1 0 0

48

9

Game 28.3 31.3 66.7

Reb

Pf

Pts

A

1-3-4 2-12-14 0-3-3 0-4-4 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-3-4 0-1-1 2-2-4 8-30-38

3 2 4 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0

15 2 8 14 19 0 0 0 3 2 0

1 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 4 3 0

16

63

15

2nd Half 48.0 66.7 86.7

26 29 34 21 32 16 3 17 18 4

29 29 19 30 31 10 3 3 27 15 4

Game 37.7 50.0 82.4

Officials: Kelly Copeland, Darci Doll, Scott Starkey Technical fouls: ULM-None. South Alabama-None. Attendance: 2,527 Score by Periods ULM South Alabama

1st 22 20

2nd 26 43

Total 48 63

Total 70 78

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2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES

Game 28

Denver ULM

45 61

Feb. 25, 2009 • Monroe, La.

MONROE, La. – ULM women returned to the win column Wednesday night with a 65-41 defeat of Denver inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum. ULM’s defense was all over the court using its pressure to force 33 turnovers and convert the Denver errors into 30 points. The Warhawks controlled the ball committing only 13 turnovers in the contest. It was the lowest amount of turnovers in the last four games for ULM. Lottie Moore scored a game-high 14 points to lead three Warhawks in double-figures as they led by as many as 30 points in the game. ULM blew the contest wide open in the second frame with a 16-2 run over a 6:35 stretch midway through the period to take a 56-27 lead with just over nine minutes remaining. Kassie Courtney and Ashley Wallis added 10 points apiece for ULM (14-14, 7-10). Moore added five assists to move into 13th place all-time in Warhawks history and now has 247 dimes in her career. Jesse Carrier again did her damage from outside as she knocked down 2-of-8 3-pointers to move into sole possession of fourth place with 125 career treys. Denver (14-14, 9-8) was led by Ashly Robinson’s game-high 12 rebounds along with nine points. Brianna Culberson chipped in six points and four rebounds off the bench. The Pioneers seemed perplexed as the Warhawks created 19 turnovers in the opening period on their way to a 31-19 halftime lead. ULM had only seven miscues of its own in the opening half. The Warhawks outscored the Pioneers 34-22 in the second frame and grabbed 10 offensive boards compared to two by Denver. Denver (14-14, 9-8) No. Name Fg 3-Ft Ft Min 21 *Robinson, A. 2-4 0-0 5-6 24 *Murdoch, K. 1-2 0-0 0-0 04 *Otero, C. 1-4 0-3 2-2 05 *Rice, B. 0-2 0-0 0-0 31 *Mason, A. 3-7 2-6 0-0 11 Culberson, B. 3-7 0-1 0-0 12 Vaughan, J. 0-2 0-2 0-0 14 Kuiper, S. 1-2 0-0 1-1 33 Akotaobi, N. 1-1 0-0 2-2 42 Jasperson, A. 1-1 0-0 1-1 44 Leichliter, A. 1-2 0-0 0-2 TEAM Totals.............. 14-34 2-12 11-14 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 37.5 16.7 100

Reb

Pf

Pts

A

4-8-12 0-2-2 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-3-3 0-4-4 0-2-2 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-2-2 0-0-0

0 2 3 2 1 4 1 0 4 0 0

9 2 4 0 8 6 0 3 4 3 2

1 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0

5-25-30

17

41

9

2nd Half 44.4 16.7 62.5

Game 41.2 16.7 78.6

ULM (14-14, 7-10) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf Min 34 *Davis, S. 3-6 0-0 0-1 3-3-6 3 40 *Wallis, A. 5-7 0-0 0-2 3-2-5 2 11 *Moore, L. 4-9 0-1 6-7 0-4-4 3 20 *Carrier, J. 2-9 2-8 2-2 0-2-2 1 21 *Torres, E. 1-4 1-3 2-2 0-1-1 2 01 Zollicoffer, M. 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 10 Courtney, K. 4-8 1-4 1-1 2-2-4 0 13 Leslie, S. 1-3 0-1 2-2 0-0-0 3 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 1 24 Lonsberry, K. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 32 Williams, S. 4-12 0-0 0-0 4-0-4 1 35 Williams, L. 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 1 Team 2-1-3 Totals.............. 24-63 4-17 13-17 16-16-32 18 200 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 36.7 12.5 80.0

2nd Half 39.4 33.3 71.4

Officials: Rick Morris, Carla Fountain, Metta Roberts Technical fouls: Denver-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 368 Score by Periods Denver ULM

56

1st 19 31

2nd 22 34

32 24 26 16 27 22 15 3 16 8 11

Game 38.1 23.5 76.5

Pts

A

6 10 14 8 5 0 10 4 0 0 8 0

0 1 5 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

65

13

17 27 26 32 23 6 21 17 2 1 19 9

Game 29

Arkansas State ULM

66 63

Feb. 28, 2009 • Monroe, La.

Game 30

ULM Western Kentucky

71 62

Mar. 4, 2009 • Bowling Green, Ky.

MONROE, La. – Arkansas State spoiled senior day with late free throws in a 66-63 victory over the ULM women’s basketball team inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum on Saturday afternoon.

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The ULM women received excellent bench production on its way to a 71-62 victory over WKU inside E.A. Diddle Arena on Wednesday night in the first round of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.

Lottie Moore made a pair of free throws with 26 seconds on the clock to give ULM a one point lead. Arkansas State answered with four free throws in the final 14 seconds to reclaim its lead and take the victory.

The Warhawks bench proved to be the difference in the contest scoring 46 of ULM’s 71 total points, while WKU’s bench managed just three points. The Warhawk reserves shot a remarkable 19-of-33 from the floor for a blistering 58 percent clip.

For the second-consecutive contest ULM’s defensive annoyed its opponent to 30-plus turnovers and it scored 26 points off the Red Wolves errors. The downfall for the Warhawks was their 36.1 shooting percentage (22-of-61) that was far less than the 51.2 percent (22-of-43) by the Red Wolves.

ULM held off the Lady Toppers down the stretch making 4-of-6 free throws while Larrie Williams grabbed a couple big boards in the final 20 seconds to hold on for the victory.

Moore led all scorers and ULM (14-15, 7-11) with a game-high 19 points including 10-of-13 from the free throw line to go along with eight rebounds and four assists. Jesse Carrier and Ashley Wallis added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

The Warhawks led throughout the contest until WKU’s Kenzie Rich knocked down a 3-pointer to take a 55-53 lead. ULM answered back with a 19-9 run to close out the game. Lottie Moore hit a huge 3-pointer to give the Warhawks a 65-60 lead with 1:22 to play during the run.

Arkansas State (16-13, 10-8) was led by Sherina Scott’s 15 points, while Eboine Jefferson and Caroline Starr added 12 and 11 points, respectively. Veronica Smith led all post players with a game-high 11 rebounds.

Moore led ULM (15-15) with 19 points while also adding five rebounds, three assists and two steals. Elizabeth Torres and Williams added 15 and 13 points, respectively. Sannisha Williams also added a team-high 11 rebounds in the contest.

The Warhawks led by as many as seven points with 6:16 remaining in the first half. Carrier led the ULM charge with three first half long balls to give the Warhawks a 35-29 lead at intermission. ULM also led for the majority of the second half, but Arkansas State’s 13-of14 free throws (80 percent) in the second period was the difference down the stretch. Arkansas State (16-13, 10-8) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 22 *Scott, S. 6-8 0-0 3-6 1-4-5 4 01 *Taylor, J. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 2 11 *Jefferson, E. 5-8 0-0 2-4 3-3-6 4 24 *Smith, V. 1-6 0-0 2-2 2-9-11 3 25 *Starr, C. 4-6 1-2 2-2 1-2-3 0 15 Hiles, B. 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0-0 1 21 Hurst, S. 1-6 1-3 4-4 0-7-7 3 30 Schlup, L. 2-3 0-0 2-2 1-1-2 1 32 Dunn, E. 2-2 0-0 3-3 2-0-2 3 TEAM 1-1-2 Totals.............. 22-43 2-5 20-25 11-31-42 21 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 43.5 50.0 63.6

2nd Half 60.0 0.0 92.9

1st Half 38.7 40.0 70.0

2nd Half 33.3 0.0 66.7

Officials: Charlie Hust, Nan Sisk, Bobby Jarmon Technical fouls: Arkansas State-None. ULM-None. Attendance: 651 Score by Periods Arkansas State ULM

1st 29 35

2nd 37 28

Total 66 63

A 0 0 7 1 3 0 1 0 0

Min 26 31 31 22 27 12 19 18 14

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Game 51.2 40.0 80.0

ULM (14-15, 7-11) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 34 *Davis, S. 2-3 0-0 3-4 3-0-3 3 40 *Wallis, A. 5-6 0-0 0-2 1-3-4 4 11 *Moore, L. 4-13 1-2 10-13 3-5-8 2 20 *Carrier, J. 4-10 3-8 0-0 0-0-0 2 21 *Torres, E. 1-4 0-1 0-1 1-0-1 3 10 Courtney, K. 2-7 0-2 1-1 1-0-1 1 13 Leslie, S. 0-6 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 2 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 32 Williams, S. 3-11 0-0 0-0 2-3-5 1 35 Williams, L. 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-1-1 2 Team 0-1-1 Totals.............. 22-61 4-15 15-22 11-14-25 22 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 15 0 12 4 11 4 7 6 7

Game 36.1 26.7 68.2

Pts 7 10 19 11 2 5 0 0 6 3 63

A 1 1 4 0 1 0 4 0 0 0

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WKU (16-13) was led by Kenzie Rich’s 18 points including 4-of-6 from outside the 3-point line. Arnika Brown and Hope Brown also added 16 and 12 points, respectively. Anika Brown also grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds. ULM led from the opening tip and built a 13 point lead at the 11:08 mark on its way to a 31-24 halftime lead. The Warhawks bench produced 20 points on 9-of17 shooting from the field in the opening period. ULM led for the entire first half and most of the second half. There were six lead changes and four ties in the second frame, but the Warhawks finished strong and held on for the nine-point win. ULM (15-15) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Williams, S. 2-8 0-0 0-1 4-7-11 3 40 *Wallis, A. 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 2 10 *Courtney, K. 0-3 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 1 20 *Carrier, J. 2-8 1-4 1-2 0-4-4 1 21 *Torres, E. 3-7 2-4 7-8 0-2-2 1 11 Moore, L. 8-15 1-2 2-3 2-3-5 4 13 Leslie, S. 3-5 1-1 0-0 0-1-1 3 15 Rawson, J. 3-7 0-0 1-2 2-0-2 2 35 Williams, L. 5-6 0-0 3-4 3-6-9 0 TEAM 1-1-2 Totals.............. 26-61 5-13 14-20 13-25-38 17 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 37.5 37.5 57.1

2nd Half 48.3 40.0 76.9

1st Half 33.3 33.3 87.5

2nd Half 43.8 66.7 66.7

Officials: Scotty Hermann, Gina Cross, John Fletcher Technical fouls: ULM-None. Western Kentucky-TEAM. Attendance: 1,007 Score by Periods ULM Western Kentucky

1st 31 24

Total 41 65

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

2nd 40 38

Total 71 62

A 1 0 0 2 2 3 1 1 0

Min 23 20 18 33 23 29 17 17 20

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A 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

Min 35 20 37 37 33 7 3 1 21 6

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Game 42.6 38.5 70.0

Western Kentucky (16-13) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft Reb Pf 32 *Brown, A. 7-16 0-0 2-3 5-7-12 2 35 *Magley, J. 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 3 03 *McNear, A. 5-14 0-0 1-2 2-5-7 4 05 *Rich, K. 6-10 4-6 2-2 0-1-1 3 13 *Brown, H. 2-7 1-3 7-8 0-4-4 4 04 Thomas, T. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 31 Owens, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 33 Obafemi, V. 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0 34 House, C. 0-3 0-0 1-2 2-1-3 1 55 Johnson, J. 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 0 TEAM 2-2-1 Totals.............. 22-56 5-9 13-17 11-24-35 19 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

Pts 4 0 0 6 15 19 7 7 13

Game 39.3 56.6 76.5


2008-09 SEASON BOX SCORES/RANKINGS

Game 31

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Mar. 7, 2009 • Hot Springs, Ark.

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – The UALR Trojans ended the ULM women’s basketball season with a 52-40 victory in a hard fought battle Saturday night in the quarterfinals of the Sun Belt tournament inside Summit Arena. The Trojans (25-5) rode Chastity Reed throughout the contest as she scored 28 points – 18 of which came in the second half – in the game to help UALR build a double-digit lead over the final 14-plus minutes. ULM (15-16) forced 21 Trojan miscues and would pull to within seven points twice within the final four minutes, but a cold shooting night negated a high intensity man-to-man defensive effort. Each time the Warhawks cut into the deficit Reed had an answer of her own. Jesse Carrier led the Warhawks with 12 points including 2-of-5 from outside the 3-point line and was named ULM’s State Farm Player of the Game. The rest of the Warhawks struggled on offense as they finished shooting 27.5 percent from the field. Kassie Courtney and Larrie Williams would each add seven points off the bench for ULM. Sannisha Williams tied a game-high in rebounds with nine boards. Lottie Moore scored four points, grabbed three rebounds, assisted on three buckets and stole a pair of passes in the final game of her career for the Warhawks. Moore’s two thefts moved her into sole possession of eighth place (182 steals) all-time in ULM history. Reed led UALR (25-5) in scoring and also grabbed a game-high nine rebounds and blocked three shots in her State Farm Player of the Game efforts for the Trojans. Anshel Cooper chipped in eight points and grabbed four rebounds for the Trojans. Carrier knocked down her second 3-pointer of the opening period to cap a 6-0 Warhawk run over the final 2:19 to cut the Trojans lead to six points. UALR took a 27-21 lead into the intermission. The Trojans shot 44 percent from the field compared to the Warhawks 26.7 percent in the first half and led all of the opening 20 minutes. UALR advances to the semifinals and will play the winner of (No. 11) North Texas vs. (No. 3) Denver on Monday at 3 p.m. inside Summit Arena.

ULM Among the Sun Belt and NCAA (Sun Belt Stats updated as of March 22) (NCAA Stats updated as of April 7) (NCAA ranks out of 328 teams)

SBC NCAA Scoring Offense (62.7)........................................ 6..............166 Scoring Defense (61.2)........................................5..............124 Scoring Margin (+1.5).........................................4..............138 FG Percentage (38.0).........................................11..............226 FG Percentage Defense (41.2).......................... 9..............254 FT Percentage (68.1)............................................8..............187 Rebounding Margin (+1.9) .............................. 4..............111 3-Point FG Made Per Game (4.74)..................6..............172 3-Point FG Percentage (33.5)............................ 2................ 75 Won-Lost Percentage (48.4)........................... ---..............178 Assists Per Game (11.81).................................... 7..............218 Blocked Shots Per Game (2.16)......................11..............275 Steals Per Game (9.87)........................................ 4................ 53 Turnovers Per Game (19.5).............................. ---..............261 Personal Fouls Per Game (19.5)..................... ---..............299 Assist/Turnover Ratio (0.60)............................10..............253 3-Point FG Pct. Defense (31.7).......................... 7..............174 Turnover Margin (+2.97).................................... 3................ 51 Rebounding Offense (37.7)............................... 6.................--Rebounding Defense (35.8).............................. 5.................--Offensive Rebounds (15.19)............................. 2.................--Defensive Rebounds (22.48)...........................11.................---

INDIVIDUAL (NCAA ranks top-500 individuals)

The Sun Belt Conference recognized its student-athletes before the start of the contest with certificates of achievement. Shannon Davis and Courtney were awarded a Sun Belt honor roll certificate (3.00-3.49 gpa) for their work in the classroom, as well as Carrier also earned a Sun Belt Commissioner’s academic certificate after earning a grade point average between 3.50-4.00. Moore was recognized for her work on the court after earning third-team all-conference last week.

SBC NCAA Scoring Lottie Moore (12.0)............................................14..............377 Jesse Carrier (10.1).............................................26

ULM (15-16) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 11 *Moore, L. 1-10 0-1 2-5 20 *Carrier, J. 4-9 2-5 2-2 21 *Torres, E. 1-6 0-2 0-0 32 *Williams, S. 2-5 0-0 1-2 40 *Wallis, A. 0-5 0-0 3-4 10 Courtney, K. 3-6 1-1 0-0 13 Leslie, S. 0-3 0-0 0-0 15 Rawson, J. 0-0 0-0 0-0 35 Williams, L. 3-7 0-0 1-1 TEAM Totals.............. 14-51 3-9 9-14

Rebounds Sannisha Williams (6.2).....................................17..............345

Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 26.7 33.3 37.5

2nd Half 28.6 33.3 100

UALR (25-5) No. Name Fg 3-Fg Ft 20 *Reed, C. 13-21 0-0 2-2 54 *Kursh, M. 2-3 0-0 2-2 03 *Rolfe, A. 0-5 0-3 0-0 23 *Cooper, A. 3-7 0-0 2-2 35 *Sitzmann, K. 2-4 1-2 0-0 10 Butler, S. 2-3 0-0 1-2 30 Haywood, C. 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM Totals.............. 22-43 1-5 7-8 Field Goals 3-Pt Field Goals Free Throws

1st Half 44.0 20.0 100

Reb Pf 3-0-3 3 0-2-2 3 0-1-1 0 2-7-9 3 2-2-4 2 0-1-1 3 1-1-2 0 0-0-0 2 2-2-4 0 2-2-4 12-18-30 16

Reb 1-8-9 1-6-7 1-2-3 1-3-4 0-0-0 0-4-4 0-1-1 0-4-4 4-28-32

2nd Half 61.1 0.0 75.0

Officials: Tommy Salerno, Scott Starkey, Jeff Faulknor Technical fouls: ULM-None. UALR-None. Attendance: 1,047 Score by Periods ULM UALR 27

1st 21 25

2nd 19 52

Total 40

Pts 4 12 2 5 3 7 0 0 7

A 3 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0

Min 34 35 15 28 32 19 17 2 18

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Game 27.5 33.3 64.3

Free Throw Percentage Lottie Moore (68.6)............................................15..............311 Steals Lottie Moore (2.26)..............................................2................ 85 Sumar Leslie (1.5)..................................................................461

Pf 3 2 2 3 3 2 1

Pts 28 6 0 8 5 5 0

A 3 1 6 1 3 1 0

Min 33 30 40 30 32 27 8

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Game 51.2 20.0 87.5

Assists Lottie Moore (3.58)..............................................6..............165 Sumar Leslie (2.50)...............................................................412

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Jesse Carrier (37.2)...............................................9................ 67 3-Point Field Goal Made Jesse Carrier (2.06)...............................................8..............102 Blocked Shots Per Game Lottie Moore (0.81)............................................11..............333 Assist/Turnover Ratio Lottie Moore (0.79)..............................................9..............269 Offensive Rebounds Shannon Davis (2.52)........................................13 Sannisha Williams (2.35)..................................14

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POINTS________________ 82_ __________________ two times, last (02/11/09) FG MADE_ _____________ 31_ __________________ two times, last (01/03/09) FG ATTEMPTS_ _________ 77_ ____________ vs. Western Kentucky (02/04/09) FG PCT_ ___________ .508 (31-61)_ ______ vs. Arkansas-Monticello (01/03/09) 3-PT FG MADE__________ 14_ ___________ vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (02/11/09) 3-PT FG ATT____________ 24_ ___________ vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (02/11/09) 3-PT FG PCT________ .667 (10-15)_ _________ at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) FT MADE______________ 24_ _______________vs. South Alabama (01/07/09) FT ATT_________________ 33_ _______________vs. South Alabama (01/07/09) FT PCT_ __________ 1.000 (13-13)________ vs. Northwestern State (12/09/08) REBOUNDS_ ___________ 49_ ______________vs. SIU-Edwardsville (12/28/08) ASSISTS_ ______________ 19_ ___________ vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (02/11/09) STEALS________________ 22_ ______________vs. SIU-Edwardsville (12/28/08) BLOCKS_ ______________ 8_____________ vs. Northwestern State (12/09/08) TURNOVERS_ __________ 33_ _____________ at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) FOULS_________________ 30_ ________________ at Arkansas State (01/14/09)

POINTS________________ 91_ _____________ at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) FG MADE_ _____________ 35_ _____________ at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) FG ATT_ _______________ 69_ _______________vs. South Alabama (01/07/09) FG PCT_ ___________ .619 (26-42)_ ___________________ vs. UALR (02/14/09) 3-PT FG MADE__________ 9_________________ at South Alabama (02/21/09) 3-PT FG ATT____________ 22_ ____________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) 3-PT FG PCT________ .636 (7-11)__________at Louisiana-Lafayette (12/21/08) FT MADE______________ 29_ ___________________ at Centenary (11/18/08) FT ATT_________________ 39_ ________________ at Arkansas State (01/14/09) FT PCT_ ____________ .875 (7-8)_ _______________ two times, last (03/07/09) REBOUNDS_ ___________ 51_ ____________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) ASSISTS_ ______________ 20_ ____________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) STEALS________________ 18_ _____________ at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) BLOCKS_ ______________ 10_ ______________________ at Denver (01/11/09) TURNOVERS_ __________ 35_ ______________vs. SIU-Edwardsville (12/28/08) FOULS_________________ 25_ __________________ two times, last (01/07/09)

ULM - GAME LOWS

Opponent - GAME LOWS

POINTS________________ 38_ ____________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) FG MADE_ _____________ 14_ _______________________ vs UALR (03/07/09) FG ATT_ _______________ 44_ _______________________ at UALR (12/31/08) FG PCT_ ___________ .227 (15-66)_ ________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) 3-PT FG MADE__________ 2____________________ two times, last (01/11/09) 3-PT FG ATT____________ 8_________________vs. South Alabama (01/07/09) 3-PT FG PCT________ .154 (2-13)____________________ at Denver (01/11/09) FT MADE______________ 3___________________________vs. FIU (01/24/09) FT ATT_________________ 5___________________________vs. FIU (01/24/09) FT PCT_ ___________ .357 (5-14)__________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) REBOUNDS_ ___________ 25_ __________________ two times, last (02/28/09) ASSISTS_ ______________ 5________________________ vs. Tulane (11/29/08) STEALS________________ 1______________________ at Arkansas (11/15/08) BLOCKS_ ______________ 0____________________nine times, last (03/07/09) TURNOVERS_ __________ 6______________ vs. Western Kentucky (02/04/09) FOULS_________________ 9___________________________vs. FIU (01/24/09)

POINTS________________ 31_ _________________________vs. FIU (01/24/09) FG MADE_ _____________ 12_ _________________________vs. FIU (01/24/09) FG ATT_ _______________ 34_ _____________________ vs. Denver (02/25/09) FG PCT____________ .261 (12-46)_ _____________________vs. FIU (01/24/09) 3-PT FG MADE__________ 1____________________ five times, last (03/07/09) 3-PT FG ATT____________ 5____________________ two times, last (03/07/09) 3-PT FG PCT________ .083 (1-12)______________vs. Southern Miss (11/25/08) FT MADE______________ 1___________________ at New Orleans (02/07/09) FT ATT_________________ 3___________________ at New Orleans (02/07/09) FT PCT_ ____________ .333 (1-3)_ ______________ at New Orleans (02/07/09) REBOUNDS_ ___________ 19_ _______________________ vs. UALR (02/14/09) ASSISTS_ ______________ 4_________________________ vs. Troy (01/18/09) STEALS________________ 3___________________ three times, last (02/25/09) BLOCKS_ ______________ 0____________________ two times, last (11/22/08) TURNOVERS_ __________ 10_ _______________vs. South Alabama (01/07/09) FOULS_________________ 11_ _________________________vs. FIU (01/24/09)

ULM - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

POINTS___________ 23_ ________Lottie Moore, at South Alabama (02/21/09) FG MADE_ _________ 9______ Sannisha Williams at Florida Atlantic (01/21/09) FG ATT_ __________ 21_ _____ Lottie Moore vs. Western Kentucky (02/04/09) FG PCT_ ________.875 (7-8)_______ Ashley Wallis vs South Alabama (01/07/09) 3-PT FG MADE______ 5_____________ Jesse Carrier, two times, last (02/11/09) __________________ 5_____ Kassie Courtney, at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) 3-PT FG ATT_______ 10_ __________ Jesse Carrier, three times, last (02/18/09) 3-PT FG PCT____ 1.000 (2-2)_ _____Lottie Moore, at South Alabama (02/21/09) FT MADE_________ 10_ _________Lottie Moore vs Arkansas State (02/28/09) FT ATT____________ 15_ ________ Lottie Moore vs South Alabama (01/07/09) FT PCT_ _______ 1.000 (8-8)_ ________ Jesse Carrier, two times, last (01/07/09) ______________ 1.000 (6-6)_ _______ Lottie Moore, two times, last (12/09/08) ______________ 1.000 (5-5)_ _______ Ashley Wallis, two times, last (01/07/09) ______________ 1.000 (4-4)_ _____ Kassie Courtney, at North Texas (02/18/09) ______________ 1.000 (4-4)_ _Elizabeth Torres, vs. SIU-Edwardsville (12/28/08) ______________ 1.000 (4-4)_ ____________Sumar Leslie, vs. Tulane (11/29/08) ______________ 1.000 (4-4)_ __________ Larrie Williams vs. Tulane (11/29/08) REBOUNDS_ ______ 18_ Williams,Sannisha at Louisiana-Lafayette (12/21/08) ASSISTS_ __________ 7________ Lottie Moore vs. SIU-Edwardsville (12/28/08) __________________ 7_______ Sumar Leslie at Louisiana-Lafayette (12/21/08) STEALS____________ 7____________ Lottie Moore, two times, last (01/24/09) BLOCKS_ __________ 4__________ Moore,Lottie at Florida Atlantic (01/21/09) TURNOVERS_ _____ 10_ _____________ Moore,Lottie at Arkansas (11/15/08) FOULS_____________ 5_______________ six playesrs, 10 times, last (02/14/09)

POINTS___________ 40_ _______Alysha Clark at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) FG MADE_ ________ 16_ _______Alysha Clark at Middle Tennessee (01/31/09) FG ATT_ __________ 24_ ________________Chastity Reed at UALR (12/31/08) FG PCT_ _______.769 (10-13)_____________Anshel Cooper vs UALR (02/14/09) 3-PT FG MADE______ 6_______ Alexis Green at Louisiana-Lafayette (12/21/08) 3-PT FG ATT_______ 10_ _________________ Monika Bosilj vs. FIU (01/24/09) 3-Pt FG PCT____ 1.000 (6-6)_ __ Alexis Green at Louisiana-Lafayette (12/21/08) ______________ 1.000 (3-3)_ ________ Ayana Brereton at Arkansas (11/15/08) ________________ 1.000_ _______________four other players, last (02/07/09) FT MADE_________ 11_ __________ Alyssa Hammond at Marshall (11/22/08) FT ATT____________ 12_ __________ Alyssa Hammond at Marshall (11/22/08) FT PCT_ ______ 1.000 (10-10)____ Jazmine Taylor at Arkansas State (01/14/09) _____________ 1.000 (10-10)____________ Nikki Williams at Lamar (12/06/08) ________________ 1.000_ ________________ 13 other players, last (02/28/09) REBOUNDS_ ______ 14_ ____Brunner, Shaniece at South Alabama (02/21/09) _________________ 14_ _______________ Knurick, Jessica at FAU (01/21/09) _________________ 14_ _____ Kendrix, Ja’Niqua at McNeese State (12/13/08) ASSISTS_ __________ 7_______ Ebonie Jefferson vs. Arkansas State (02/28/09) __________________ 7______________Shanita Arnold at Arkansas (11/15/08) STEALS____________ 8_________ Taylor, Jazmine at Arkansas State (01/14/09) BLOCKS_ __________ 6__________McGee, Candice at New Orleans (02/07/09) TURNOVERS_ _____ 13_ __White, Demetria vs Northwestern State (12/09/08) __________________ 8_________________three other players, last (03/07/09) FOULS_____________ 5_______________________ five players, last (02/18/09)

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2008-09 SEASON STATISTICS

Overall Statistics Record: 15-16 No. 11 20 32 40 13 10 21 34 35 15 01 30 24

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Sun Belt: 7-11

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Non-Conference: 8-5

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Home: 10-4

Name GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Moore,Lottie 31 30 908 29.3 119 327 .364 14 46 .304 120 175 .686 Carrier,Jesse 31 30 911 29.4 107 280 .382 64 172 .372 36 41 .878 Williams,Sannisha 31 20 632 20.4 99 234 .423 0 0 .000 31 54 .574 Wallis,Ashley 29 23 627 21.6 78 163 .479 0 0 .000 38 57 .667 Leslie,Sumar 31 9 634 20.5 71 195 .364 24 60 .400 34 47 .723 Courtney,Kassie 31 14 643 20.7 65 193 .337 25 81 .309 34 41 .829 Torres,Elizabeth 31 10 514 16.6 45 141 .319 18 75 .240 32 51 .627 Davis,Shannon 29 18 696 24.0 42 119 .353 0 0 .000 23 39 .590 Williams,Larrie 30 1 228 7.6 33 89 .371 0 0 .000 19 24 .792 Rawson,Jordan 31 0 212 6.8 26 59 .441 0 0 .000 5 13 .385 Zollicoffer,Marion 19 0 95 5.0 10 31 .323 0 0 .000 8 14 .571 Tucker,Portia 16 0 78 4.9 8 18 .444 2 3 .667 5 9 .556 Lonsberry,Kathryn 10 0 22 2.2 2 8 .250 0 2 .000 1 2 .500 TEAM Total 31 705 1857 .380 147 439 .335 386 567 .681 Opponents 31 663 1610 .412 120 378 .317 451 634 .711

SCORE BY PERIODS: ULM Opponents

1st 941 899

2nd 1002 998

Total 1943 1897

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: Off. ULM 83 Opponents 74

Off 58 12 76 39 14 51 14 73 24 26 8 1 2 73 471 345

•• Def 108 72 117 53 44 57 39 71 31 27 14 10 3 51 697 765

Away: 4-11

Neutral: 1-1 TO Blk Stl 141 25 70 52 3 22 68 7 42 34 4 28 80 1 45 38 0 30 66 4 23 53 8 29 17 4 2 33 6 7 6 3 6 12 2 2 1 0 0 5 606 67 306 698 131 270

Pts Avg 372 12.0 314 10.1 229 7.4 194 6.7 200 6.5 189 6.1 140 4.5 107 3.7 85 2.8 57 1.8 28 1.5 23 1.4 5 0.5 0 1943 62.7 1897 61.2

Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl 31 57 88 4.9 58 3 64 77 18 41 5 37 42 2.3 29 1 24 36 2 13 55 87 142 7.9 30 0 4 47 5 32 21 28 49 3.1 40 1 5 20 2 20 4 23 27 1.5 35 0 49 43 1 25 35 38 73 4.1 25 1 28 22 0 20 6 20 26 1.4 21 0 21 32 0 9 40 36 76 4.2 46 1 7 29 5 14 6 11 17 1.0 16 0 1 7 0 0 11 10 21 1.2 18 0 2 17 0 2 3 6 9 1.1 4 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 0.3 1 0 1 3 1 0 2 2 4 0.7 3 0 0 1 0 0 52 30 82 4.6 0 3 272 386 658 36.6 326 7 206 338 35 178 180 442 622 34.6 314 1 200 391 85 147

Pts Avg 237 13.2 198 11.0 161 8.9 115 7.2 106 5.9 131 7.3 57 3.2 59 3.3 15 0.9 18 1.0 7 0.9 7 1.0 5 0.8 0 1116 62.0 1110 61.7

Def. 14 14

Tot Avg 166 5.4 84 2.7 193 6.2 92 3.2 58 1.9 108 3.5 53 1.7 144 5.0 55 1.8 53 1.7 22 1.2 11 0.7 5 0.5 124 4.0 1168 37.7 1110 35.8

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PF FO A 98 3 111 52 1 43 52 0 7 74 2 7 67 1 79 47 1 37 48 0 48 67 1 22 28 0 1 50 1 5 14 0 2 3 0 4 5 0 0 0 605 10 366 569 5 340

Total 97 88

Statistics in ULM Sun Belt Conference Games Sun Belt: 7-11 ## 11 20 32 40 13 10 21 34 35 15 01 30 24

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Home: 6-3

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Away: 1-8

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Neutral: 0-0

Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Moore,Lottie 18 18 542 30.1 78 203 .384 8 24 .333 73 107 .682 Carrier,Jesse 18 18 539 29.9 64 181 .354 44 121 .364 26 30 .867 Williams,Sannisha 18 14 442 24.6 69 164 .421 0 0 .000 23 39 .590 Wallis,Ashley 16 13 365 22.8 45 85 .529 0 0 .000 25 37 .676 Leslie,Sumar 18 5 368 20.4 39 113 .345 12 36 .333 16 22 .727 Courtney,Kassie 18 11 432 24.0 44 128 .344 18 58 .310 25 31 .806 Torres,Elizabeth 18 2 244 13.6 18 57 .316 7 28 .250 14 26 .538 Davis,Shannon 18 8 402 22.3 24 58 .414 0 0 .000 11 17 .647 Williams,Larrie 17 1 95 5.6 5 31 .161 0 0 .000 5 5 1.000 Rawson,Jordan 18 0 100 5.6 8 21 .381 0 0 .000 2 4 .500 Zollicoffer,Marion 8 0 41 5.1 2 11 .182 0 0 .000 3 6 .500 Tucker,Portia 7 0 18 2.6 3 5 .600 1 2 .500 0 2 .000 Lonsberry,Kathryn 6 0 12 2.0 2 4 .500 0 1 .000 1 2 .500 TEAM Total 18 401 1061 .378 90 270 .333 224 328 .683 Opponents 18 396 919 .431 76 218 .349 242 340 .712

SCORE BY PERIODS: ULM Opponents

1st 542 516

2nd 574 594

Total 1116 1110

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF ULM 41 Opponents 47

DEF 8 9

TOTAL 49 56

Statistics in ULM Non-Conference Games Record: 8-5 No. 11 20 13 21 40 35 32 10 34 15 01 30 24

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Home: 4-1

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Away: 3-3

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Neutral: 1-1

Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Moore,Lottie 13 12 366 28.2 41 124 .331 6 22 .273 47 68 .691 Carrier,Jesse 13 12 372 28.6 43 99 .434 20 51 .392 10 11 .909 Leslie,Sumar 13 4 266 20.5 32 82 .390 12 24 .500 18 25 .720 Torres,Elizabeth 13 8 270 20.8 27 84 .321 11 47 .234 18 25 .720 Wallis,Ashley 13 10 262 20.2 33 78 .423 0 0 .000 13 20 .650 Williams,Larrie 13 0 133 10.2 28 58 .483 0 0 .000 14 19 .737 Williams,Sannisha 13 6 190 14.6 30 70 .429 0 0 .000 8 15 .533 Courtney,Kassie 13 3 211 16.2 21 65 .323 7 23 .304 9 10 .900 Davis,Shannon 11 10 294 26.7 18 61 .295 0 0 .000 12 22 .545 Rawson,Jordan 13 0 112 8.6 18 38 .474 0 0 .000 3 9 .333 Zollicoffer,Marion 11 0 54 4.9 8 20 .400 0 0 .000 5 8 .625 Tucker,Portia 9 0 60 6.7 5 13 .385 1 1 1.000 5 7 .714 Lonsberry,Kathryn 4 0 10 2.5 0 4 .000 0 1 .000 0 0 .000 TEAM Total 13 304 796 .382 57 169 .337 162 239 .678 Opponents 13 267 691 .386 44 160 .275 209 294 .711

SCORE BY PERIODS: ULM Opponents

1st 399 383

2nd 428 404

Total 827 787

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF ULM 42 Opponents 27

Off Def Tot Avg 27 51 78 6.0 7 35 42 3.2 10 21 31 2.4 8 19 27 2.1 18 25 43 3.3 18 20 38 2.9 21 30 51 3.9 16 19 35 2.7 33 35 68 6.2 15 17 32 2.5 5 8 13 1.2 0 9 9 1.0 0 1 1 0.3 21 21 42 3.2 199 311 510 39.2 165 323 488 37.5 DEF 6 5

PF FO A TO Blk Stl 40 0 47 64 7 29 23 0 19 16 1 9 32 1 30 37 0 20 27 0 27 34 4 14 34 1 2 14 2 8 12 0 0 10 4 2 22 0 3 21 2 10 22 0 9 16 0 10 21 0 15 24 3 15 32 1 3 16 6 5 10 0 2 5 2 4 2 0 3 9 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 279 3 160 268 32 128 255 4 140 307 46 123

Pts 135 116 94 83 79 70 68 58 48 39 21 16 0 0 827 787

Avg 10.4 8.9 7.2 6.4 6.1 5.4 5.2 4.5 4.4 3.0 1.9 1.8 0.0 63.6 60.5

TOTAL 48 32

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2008-09 SEASON RESULTS High High High High High Date Opponent Score Attendance Record Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks Nov. 11 at Arkansas L, 38-77 1,460 0-1 Leslie (8) Moore (10) Moore (3) Moore (1) None Nov. 18 at Centenary W, 76-60 575 1-1 Carrier (14) Moore (7) Leslie (5) Leslie (6) Davis (2) Davis (7) Nov. 21 vs Morgan State $ W, 59-57 100 2-1 L. Williams (15) Davis (9) Moore (6) Davis (1) None Torres (1) Nov. 22 at Marshall $ W, 69-67 566 3-1 Carrier (19) Carrier (5) Moore (5) Wallis (3) None Nov. 25 Southern Miss W, 75-57 608 4-1 Wallis (15) Davis (7) Moore (4) Davis (3) Rawson (1) Nov. 29 Tulane L, 60-62 405 4-2 Leslie (19) Davis (7) Moore (7) Wallis (7) Dec. 6 at Lamar L, 67-73 412 4-3 Wallis (14) Moore (8) Moore (4) Moore (4) Moore (1) Dec. 9 Northwestern State W, 62-57 328 5-3 Courtney (9) S. Williams (6) Leslie (3) Leslie (6) Moore (2) Rawson (2) Wallis (2) Dec. 13 at McNeese State L, 54-62 706 5-4 Moore (15) Courtney (6) Leslie (4) Davis (6) Torres (1) Wallis (6) Torres (1) Dec. 17 New Orleans * W, 64-61 377 6-4, 1-0 Leslie (17) Courtney (9) Torres (3) Leslie (3) Davis (1) Moore (1) Dec. 21 at Louisiana-Lafayette * W, 81-70 530 7-4, 2-0 S. Williams (18) S. Williams (18) Leslie (7) Moore (3) Moore (1) Dec. 28 SIU-Edwardsville W, 82-54 321 8-4 Leslie (12) S. Williams (7) Moore (7) Moore (7) Moore (2) Torres (12) Rawson (2) Dec. 31 at UALR * L, 50-68 2,589 8-5, 2-1 Moore (15) S. Williams (7) Moore (5) S. Williams (3) None Jan. 3 Arkansas-Monticello W, 74-47 393 9-5 Moore (16) Moore (7) Leslie (5) Moore (5) Moore (2) S. Williams (16) L. Williams (2) Jan. 7 South Alabama * W, 67-58 419 10-5, 3-1 Moore (21) S. Williams (13) Moore (4) Carrier (1) Moore (3) Torres (1) Wallis (1) Jan. 11 at Denver * L, 47-58 668 10-6, 3-2 Carrier (13) Courtney (5) Leslie (3) Wallis (4) Moore (1) Moore (13) Davis (5) Wallis (1) Jan. 14 at Arkansas State * L, 54-64 1,613 10-7, 3-3 Carrier (12) S. Williams (9) Moore (3) Courtney (2) S. Williams (1) Leslie (2) Moore (2) S. Williams (2) Jan. 18 Troy * W, 70-42 839 11-7, 4-3 Moore (19) S. Williams (13) Courtney (4) S. Williams (5) S. Williams (3) Torres (4) Jan. 21 at Florida Atlantic * L, 63-76 237 11-8, 4-4 S. Williams (21) Davis (7) Moore (6) Carrier (1) Moore (4) S. Williams (7) Davis (1) S. Williams (1) Jan. 24 FIU * W, 53-31 626 12-8, 5-4 Carrier (11) S. Williams (9) Courtney (3) Moore (7) Moore (2) Leslie (3) Jan. 31 at Middle Tennessee * L, 75-91 5,411 12-9, 5-5 Courtney (16) S. Williams (14) Leslie (5) Wallis (3) Moore (2) S. Williams (3) Feb. 4 Western Kentucky * L, 58-62 505 12-10, 5-6 Carrier (13) S. Williams (10) Moore (6) Moore (4) None S. Williams (13) Feb. 7 at New Orleans * L, 43-57 739 12-11, 5-7 Moore (15) Moore (5) Moore (3) Moore (4) None Feb. 11 Louisiana-Lafayette * W, 82-53 865 13-11, 6-7 Carrier (15) S. Williams (9) Moore (5) Moore 5) Davis (1) Moore (1) P. Tucker (1) Zollicoffer (1) Feb. 14 UALR * L, 63-71 498 13-12, 6-8 Carrier (15) Moore (6) Moore (4) Moore (1) None Wallis (1) S. Williams (1) Feb. 18 at North Texas * L, 70-78 872 13-13, 6-9 Moore (15) Moore (7) Carrier (3) Davis (3) Davis (1) Courtney (3) S. Williams (3) Leslie (3) Moore (3) Feb. 21 at South Alabama * L, 48-63 2,527 13-14, 6-10 Moore (23) Carrier(7) Leslie (3) Carrier (1) Leslie (1) Moore (7) Moore (3) Davis (1) Moore (1) Torres (1) Feb. 25 Denver * W, 65-41 368 14-14, 7-10 Moore (14) Davis (6) Moore (5) Moore (5) Moore (2) Feb. 28 Arkansas State * L, 63-66 651 14-15, 7-11 Moore (19) Moore (8) Leslie (4) Leslie (3) Wallis (1) Moore (4) Mar. 4 at Western Kentucky % W, 71-62 1,007 15-15 Moore (19) S. Williams (11) Moore (3) Moore (2) Wallis (1) Torres (2) Mar. 7 vs UALR ^ L, 40-52 1,047 15-16 Carrier (12) S. Williams (9) Moore (3) Courtney (2) None Moore (2) S. Williams (2) Bold indicates home game $ - Fifth Third Classic (Huntington, W.Va.) * - denotes Sun Belt Conference game % - Sun Belt Conference Tournament game ^ - Sun Belt Conference Tournament in Hot Springs, Ark.

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Attendance Summary G W-L Home 14 10-4 Sun Belt 9 6-3 Away 15 4-11 Sun Belt 9 1-8 Neutral 2 1-1 Total 31 15-16 Sun Belt 18 7-11

TOTAL 7,203 5,148 19,912 15,186 1,147 28,262 20,334

AVG. 514 572 1,327 1,687 574 912 1,130

HIGH (OPPONENT) 865 (Louisiana-Lafayette) 865 (Louisiana-Lafayette) 5,411 (Middle Tennessee) 5,411 (Middle Tennessee) 1,047 (vs. UALR - SBC Tournament) 5,411 (Middle Tennessee) 5,411 (Middle Tennessee)

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2008-09 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTCS Date 11/15/08 11/18/08 11/21/08 11/22/08 11/25/08 11/29/08 12/06/08 12/09/08 12/13/08 12/17/08 12/21/08 12/28/08 12/31/08 01/03/09 01/07/09 01/11/09 01/14/09 01/18/09 01/21/09 01/24/09 01/31/09 02/04/09 02/07/09 02/11/09 02/14/09 02/18/09 02/21/09 02/25/09 02/28/09 03/04/09 03/07/09

Opponent ULM at Arkansas ULM at Centenary ULM vs Morgan State ULM at Marshall Southern Miss at ULM Tulane at ULM ULM at Lamar Northwestern State at ULM ULM at McNeese State New Orleans at ULM ULM at Louisiana-Lafayette SIU-Edwardsville at ULM ULM at UALR Arkansas-Monticello at ULM South Alabama at ULM ULM at Denver ULM at Arkansas State Troy at ULM ULM at Florida Atlantic FIU at ULM ULM at Middle Tennessee Western Kentucky at ULM ULM at New Orleans Louisiana-Lafayette at ULM UALR at ULM ULM at North Texas ULM at South Alabama Denver at ULM Arkansas State at ULM ULM at Western Kentucky ULM vs UALR

FG-FGA 15-66 30-68 24-64 13-47 25-58 16-54 24-49 23-52 26-62 29-66 22-48 21-55 24-65 23-53 21-49 23-72 18-55 17-51 26-59 24-53 31-65 23-47 16-57 30-73 19-44 29-54 16-51 31-61 20-69 20-56 20-63 20-40 21-65 18-50 15-56 27-57 23-61 29-64 12-46 23-69 26-56 35-61 21-46 22-77 15-56 24-52 16-50 27-64 26-42 20-47 22-51 26-53 15-53 20-53 14-34 24-63 22-43 22-61 26-61 22-56 14-51 22-43

PCT. .227 .441 .375 .277 .431 .296 .490 .442 .419 .439 .458 .382 .369 .434 .429 .319 .327 .333 .441 .453 .477 .489 .281 .411 .432 .537 .314 .508 .290 .357 .317 .500 .323 .360 .268 .474 .377 .453 .261 .333 .464 .574 .457 .286 .268 .462 .320 .422 .619 .426 .431 .491 .283 .377 .412 .381 .512 .361 .426 .393 .275 .512

3P-3PA 3-18 6-22 7-15 5-17 5-15 4-16 8-15 1-6 1-12 3-10 2-7 4-14 3-11 4-10 7-16 3-9 4-18 2-10 5-16 4-13 2-9 7-11 3-14 5-12 4-11 2-8 3-16 4-10 8-19 3-8 2-13 3-7 5-19 4-9 3-15 3-11 5-18 5-13 4-18 4-19 10-15 4-13 1-7 6-15 3-16 8-16 1-10 14-24 3-7 4-11 8-20 5-14 5-16 9-18 2-12 4-17 2-5 4-15 5-13 5-9 3-9 1-5

PCT. .167 .273 .467 .294 .333 .250 .533 .167 .083 .300 .286 .286 .273 .400 .438 .333 .222 .200 .313 .308 .222 .636 .214 .417 .364 .250 .188 .400 .421 .375 .154 .429 .263 .444 .200 .273 .278 .385 .222 .211 .667 .308 .143 .400 .188 .500 .100 .583 .429 .364 .400 .357 .313 .500 .167 .235 .400 .267 .385 .556 .333 .200

FT-FTA 5-14 11-18 21-28 29-38 4-9 21-30 13-24 20-30 4-6 14-19 16-24 14-15 16-24 23-34 8-13 13-13 14-23 26-31 4-8 12-19 17-26 17-23 19-27 17-24 8-11 8-12 12-18 8-12 10-17 24-33 5-8 15-23 7-12 24-39 9-11 13-18 12-16 13-18 3-6 3-5 13-24 17-27 19-23 8-17 10-15 1-3 20-25 14-20 16-25 19-25 18-22 21-24 13-18 14-17 11-14 13-17 20-25 15-22 14-20 13-17 9-14 7-8

PCT. .357 .611 .750 .763 .444 .700 .542 .667 .667 .737 .667 .933 .667 .676 .615 1.000 .609 .839 .500 .632 .654 .739 .704 .708 .727 .667 .667 .667 .588 .727 .625 .652 .583 .615 .818 .722 .750 .722 .500 .600 .542 .630 .826 .471 .667 .333 .800 .700 .640 .760 .818 .875 .722 .824 .786 .765 .800 .682 .700 .765 .643 .875

O - D - RB 21-24-45 18-33-51 24-24-48 15-19-34 14-33-47 12-23-35 11-19-30 16-18-34 14-23-37 14-23-37 9-21-30 12-22-34 11-26-37 10-32-42 6-30-36 18-23-41 14-21-35 17-28-45 15-21-36 13-20-33 17-25-42 4-21-25 18-25-43 21-28-49 8-18-26 9-19-28 15-19-34 14-25-39 18-24-42 16-32-48 15-16-31 8-30-38 19-28-47 15-28-43 11-22-33 10-30-40 17-23-40 16-25-41 7-31-38 16-25-41 18-23-41 9-16-25 7-36-43 25-19-44 13-16-29 13-30-43 9-19-28 22-24-46 3-16-19 11-14-25 13-18-31 12-18-30 12-25-37 8-30-38 5-25-30 16-16-32 11-31-42 11-14-25 13-25-38 11-24-35 12-18-30 4-28-32

PF 22 15 24 24 25 17 27 25 21 16 19 24 25 19 19 16 25 23 14 13 19 19 23 21 12 14 15 21 25 13 22 13 30 15 16 13 19 15 11 9 25 22 19 21 11 12 19 19 23 22 20 23 18 16 17 18 21 22 17 19 16 16

A 7 20 16 10 18 5 17 15 6 18 12 5 12 13 13 12 11 8 13 10 11 10 6 12 10 18 9 15 6 10 7 12 8 9 4 16 15 14 9 10 15 15 7 12 6 13 8 19 13 11 13 13 9 15 9 13 12 11 10 8 7 15

TO 24 19 23 27 24 15 23 23 28 17 18 22 19 26 27 18 17 20 19 16 14 22 35 24 24 15 32 23 10 15 20 29 24 21 24 15 19 12 34 20 33 17 20 6 15 27 23 21 19 23 28 23 17 12 33 13 31 15 14 16 20 21

B 0 8 3 4 0 0 0 0 5 1 4 0 1 4 5 8 2 1 5 2 1 1 4 7 0 4 2 7 8 4 2 10 1 5 2 6 4 3 5 4 1 2 7 0 0 7 4 4 4 0 1 2 1 4 7 3 5 1 3 4 0 5

S 1 14 14 12 2 15 13 11 8 10 9 9 11 6 5 13 10 6 8 7 10 7 13 22 7 10 11 11 9 3 14 10 12 12 5 11 3 10 5 19 11 18 3 12 10 3 7 11 13 3 10 13 4 7 3 17 4 14 5 5 7 8

PTS. 38 77 76 60 59 57 69 67 57 75 62 60 67 73 57 62 54 62 61 64 81 70 54 82 50 68 47 74 58 67 47 58 54 64 42 70 63 76 31 53 75 91 62 58 43 57 53 82 71 63 70 78 48 63 41 65 66 63 71 62 40 52

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SUN BELT CONFERENCE REVIEW 2008-09 FINAL STANDINGS

SUN BELT CONFERENCE AWARDS

Eastern Division W Middle Tennessee 17 South Alabama 10 Western Kentucky 10 Troy 10 Florida Atlantic 9 Florida International 4

Conference L Pct. Streak W 1 .944 W2 28 8 .556 L1 21 8 .556 L1 16 8 .556 W4 16 9 .500 W1 12 14 .222 L5 6

Overall L 6 11 13 14 17 24

Pct. .824 .656 .552 .533 .414 .200

Streak L1 L1 L2 L1 L1 L6

Western Division W UALR 16 Arkansas State 10 Denver 10 New Orleans 8 ULM 7 North Texas 6 Louisiana-Lafayette 0

Conference L Pct. Streak W 2 .889 W5 26 8 .556 L1 16 8 .556 W1 16 10 .444 L1 14 11 .389 L1 15 12 .333 L3 11 18 .000 L18 3

Overall L 7 14 15 17 16 20 27

Pct. .788 .533 .516 .452 .484 .355 .100

Streak L2 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L17

TEAM LEADERS - ALL GAMES (TOP 5) Scoring Offense Team Middle Tennessee Western Kentucky North Texas South Alabama Arkansas State Scoring Offense Team UALR South Alabama New Orleans Middle Tennessee ULM

G 34 29 31 32 30 G 33 32 31 34 31

Field Goal Percentage Team G Middle Tennessee 34 Denver 31 New Orleans 31 Florida Atlantic 29 North Texas 31

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS - ALL GAMES (TOP 5)

Pts Avg/G 2598 76.4 1962 66.5 2060 65.7 2103 65.7 1914 63.8

Scoring Team Alysha Clark (MTSU) Chastity Reed (UALR) Kylie Morrissy (Troy) Amber Jackson (UNT) Alexis Green (ULL)

Pts Avg/G 1742 52.8 1915 59.8 1865 60.2 2049 60.3 1897 61.2

Rebounding Team Arnika Brown (WKU) Alysha Clark (MTSU) Amber Jackson (UNT) Elisa Carey (FIU) Ra’Shawna Sippio (USA)

G 29 34 28 30 24

Reb Avg/G 337 11.6 334 9.8 265 9.5 273 9.1 201 8.4

G 27 33 30 30 29

Reb Avg/G 140 5.19 148 4.48 129 4.30 124 4.13 107 3.69

G 34 32 30 28 29

Pts Avg/G 935 27.5 579 18.1 508 16.9 471 16.8 454 15.7

FG FGA 440 587 352 493 304 426 349 496 443 637

Pct. .750 .714 .714 .704 .695

Assisting Team Amy McNear (WKU) Asriel Rolfe (UALR) Larelle Roper (Troy) Michelle Gonzelez (FIU) Brittany Bowe (FAU)

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Team G FG FGA Middle Tennessee 34 296 816 ULM 31 147 439 South Alabama 32 239 725 Denver 31 150 458 New Olreans 31 168 522

Pct. .363 .335 .330 .328 .322

Field Goal Percentage Team Alysha Clark (MTSU) Kaetlyn Murdoch (DU) Arnika Brown (WKU) Amber Jackson (UNT) Ashly Robinson (DU)

Pct. .750 .714 .714 .704 .695

3-Point Field Goal Percentage Team G FG FGA Yari Escalera (UNT) 27 38 89 Brandi Brown (MTSU) 34 79 193 Andrea Taylor (FAU) 29 34 84 Caroline Starr (ASU) 30 43 107 Anne Lanning (MTSU) 34 58 145

Pct. .427 .409 .405 .402 .400

Free Throw Percentage Team G FT Kenzie Rich (WKU) 29 60 Britteni Rice (DU) 29 85 Ashly Robinson (DU) 31 66 Kylie Morrissy (Troy) 30 128 Hope Brown (WKU) 29 67

Pct. .845 .842 .815 .800 .798

Free Throw Percentage Team G Middle Tennessee 34 Denver 31 New Orleans 31 Florida Atlantic 29 North Texas 31 Rebounding Team South Alabama Western Kentucky Arkansas State North Texas New Orleans

G 32 29 30 31 31

FT 440 352 304 349 443

FTA 587 493 426 496 637

Reb Avg/G 1275 39.8 1155 39.8 1183 39.4 1195 38.5 1181 38.1

G 34 31 29 28 31

FG FGA 343 565 126 215 161 308 199 396 109 219

FTA 71 101 81 160 84

Pct. .607 .586 .523 .503 .498

First Team All-Sun Belt Chastity Reed, UALR (So., F) Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee (RJr., F) Amber Jackson, North Texas (Sr., F) Kylie Morrissy, Troy (Sr., G/F) Arnika Brown, Western Kentucky (So., F) Second Team All-Sun Belt Anshel Cooper, UALR (Jr., G) Monika Bosilj, FIU (Jr., G) Jada Frazier, New Orleans (Sr., G) Shakira Nettles, South Alabama (Jr., G) Jessica Starling, South Alabama (Sr., G) Third Team All-Sun Belt Lottie Moore, ULM (Sr., G) Alexis Green, Louisiana-Lafayette (Jr., F) Brandi Brown, Middle Tennessee (Jr., F) Chelsia Lymon, Middle Tennessee (Jr., G) Kenzie Rich, Western Kentucky (Jr., G) Player of the Year Alysha Clark, Middle Tennessee (RJr., F) Defensive Player of the Year Chelsia Lymon, Middle Tennessee (Jr., G) Newcomer of the Year Kaetlyn Murdoch, Denver (Fr., F) Coach of the Year Rick Insell, Middle Tennessee All-Tournament Team Shakira Nettles, South Alabama Chastity Reed, UALR Anshel Cooper , UALR Chelsia Lymon, Middle Tennessee Brandi Brown, Middle Tennessee All-Tournament Most Outstanding Player Alysha Clark , Middle Tennessee

SUN BELT TOURNAMENT RESULTS Wednesday, March 5 (First Round, Campus Sites) (4) Troy 68, (13)Louisiana-Lafayette 65 (5) South Alabama 50, (12) FIU 44 (11) North Texas 80, (6) Arkansas State 74 (10) ULM 71, (7) Western Kentucky 62 (9) New Orleans 67, (8) Florida Atlantic 61 Saturday, March 7 (Quarterfinals, Hot Springs, Ark.) (1) Middle Tennessee 82, (9) New Orleans 47 (5) South Alabama 52, (4) Troy 39 (2) UALR 52, (10) ULM 40 (3) Denver 67, (11) North Texas Monday, March 9 (Semfinals, Hot Springs, Ark.) (1) Middle Tennessee 77, (5) South Alabama 71 (2) UALR 70, (3) Denver 60 (2ot) Tuesday, March 10 (Finals, Hot Springs, Ark.) (1) Middle Tennessee 74, (2) UALR 54

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1974-75 (9-11) AIAW Head Coaches: Cherrie Walker / Tanya Ganey Northwestern State L, 56-61 Louisiana Tech W, 84-78 @Louisiana-Lafayette W, 64-57 @Nicholls State W, 89-69 @Mississippi College L, 81-106 at Louisiana Tech L, 72-99 #New Orleans W, 96-84 #Northwestern State L, 74-80 #Northwestern State L, 59-79 Louisiana Tech W, 84-80 vs. Louisiana Tech L, 87-97 vs. New Orleans W, 73-70 at Louisiana Tech L, 65-116 $Louisiana-Lafayette W, 74-52 $LSU L, 78-81 $New Orleans W, 69-53 $McNeese State L, 73-74 LSU W, 73-65 ^North Texas L, 61-68 ^North Texas L, 76-77 @ – LSU Tournament # – Northwestern State Tournament $ – State Tournament ^ – Regional Tournament, Temple, Texas 1975-76 (17-14) AIAW Head Coaches: Cherrie Walker / Pat Redd at Arkansas-Monticello W, 90-89 (2ot) at Louisiana Tech L, 72-81 @New Orleans W, 69-56 @McNeese State L, 58-68 @Tulane W, 59-39 @Louisiana-Lafayette W, 68-58 @McNeese State L, 73-74 at LSU L, 57-76 Whitworth L, 52-58 New Orleans W, 70-45 at Northwestern State L, 65-97 #Southeastern Louisiana L, 46-74 #Tulane W, 71-28 #LSU W, 72-70 #Northwestern State L, 63-68 !Louisiana College W, 71-46 !Northwestern State L, 77-87 !New Orleans W, 67-51 !Southern L, 64-68 Northwestern State W, 83-80 Louisiana Tech W, 73-66 %Louisiana Tech L, 61-63 %Louisiana-Lafayette W, 67-59 %McNeese State W, 54-50 $Tulane W, 65-54 $Louisiana State L, 79-83 $New Orleans W, 80-67 $Nicholls State W, 81-71 $Louisiana Tech L, 65-69 ^Arkansas A&M W, 72-55 ^Wayland Baptist L, 44-70 @ – Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament # – LSU Tournament ! – ULM Tournament % – Northwestern State Tournament $ – State Tournament ^ – Regional Tournament 1976-77 (5-17) AIAW Head Coach: Brenda Brooks at Panola JC D7 at Southeastern Louisiana D16 Southeastern Louisiana J15 at Stephen F. Austin J20 Panola JC J21 LSU J26 at Louisiana Tech J31 Louisiana College F4 Nicholls State F7 Northwestern State F11 at Louisiana College F12 Stephen F. Austin F16 at Louisiana Tech

L, 56-87 L, 58-101 L, 74-93 L, 80-98 L, 79-84 L, 72-88 L, 75-99 W, 87-68 W, 73-57 L, 70-71 L, 81-82 L, 69-85 L, 73-95

F18 at LSU L, 68-90 F19 at Nicholls State W, 84-75 F21 at Northwestern State L, 69-80 F23 $Southern L, 66-75 F24 $New Orleans W, 77-58 F25 $Northwestern State L, 76-81 ^East Central Oklahoma W, 59-55 ^Stephen F. Austin L, 71-82 ^Houston L, 90-91 $ – State Tournament, Ruston, La. * – Regional Tournament, Monroe, La. 1977-78 (6-18) AIAW Head Coach: Brenda Brooks at Xavier (La.) W, 82-72 D2 at New Orleans W, 89-66 at Dillard L, 71-79 at Tulane L, 66-71 Northwestern State L, 78-83 D6 LSU L, 60-100 D12 at Louisiana Tech L, 67-96 J6 at Southeastern Louisiana L, 52-114 J7 at LSU L, 48-75 J13 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 89-65 Xavier (La.) L, 66-69 J20 Belhaven L, 77-78 J30 Louisiana College W, 88-75 F3 at McNeese State L, 83-102 F6 at Northwestern State L, 70-91 F11 Southeastern Louisiana L, 86-98 F14 McNeese State L, 64-72 F16 Louisiana Tech L, 80-84 at Belhaven L, 70-87 F20 at Louisiana College L, 63-72 F23 $New Orleans W, 76-56 F23 $Northwestern State L, 99-105 F24 $Louisiana-Lafayette W, 80-74 F25 $McNeese State L, 76-81 $ – State Tournament, Baton Rouge, La. 1978-79 (16-12) AIAW Head Coach: Brenda Brooks N17 Southern Mississippi W, 88-82 N30 at Northwestern State W, 77-66 D2 Tulane W, 76-59 D4 Dillard W, 82-68 D5 at Louisiana Tech L, 50-86 D13 Southeastern Louisiana L, 94-99 D18 Xavier (La.) W, 90-78 J11 at Louisiana College L, 65-73 J13 at McNeese State L, 74-93 J18 Northwestern State W, 82-68 J20 Stephen F. Austin L, 66-73 J22 McNeese State W, 82-70 J24 at Grambling State W, 82-70 J26 at Xavier (La.) W, 86-70 J30 at Stephen F. Austin L, 53-80 J31 Southern L, 82-89 F1 @McNeese State W, 72-68 F3 @Northwestern State W, 88-75 F5 at Southern Mississippi L, 57-70 F7 Louisiana Tech L, 65-77 F8 Grambling State L, 41-60 F10 Louisiana College W, 86-68 F12 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 71-54 F22 $Tulane W, 68-57 F23 $Louisiana State L, 61-87 F24 $Southern W, 82-80 M7 ^Oklahoma W, 69-59 M8 ^Louisiana Tech L, 68-90 @ – Jena Kiwanis Classic, Jena, La. $ – State Tournament, Monroe, La. ^ – Regional Tournament, Tulsa, Okla. 1979-80 (6-24) AIAW Head Coach: Linda Harper N17 @Nicholls State N18 @Louisiana-Lafayette N20 Mississippi College N27 #Baylor N28 #Louisiana College N29 #Northwestern State

L, 73-78 (ot) W, 83-67 L, 75-79 W, 66-63 L, 53-64 L, 58-74

D3 Louisiana Tech L, 61-99 D6 at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 64-66 D12 at Grambling State L, 50-59 D15 at Mississippi College L, 76-92 J3 Kansas L, 72-81 J5 at Louisiana College L, 76-102 J8 at Southern L, 63-82 J11 at Northwestern State L, 44-55 J14 at Southern Mississippi L, 70-82 J16 Grambling State L, 74-75 (ot) J19 Nicholls State W, 93-56 J21 at Delta State L, 60-68 J23 Stephen F. Austin L, 62-98 J26 at Southeastern Louisiana L, 72-82 J28 Northwestern State L, 51-68 J31 at Louisiana Tech L, 52-100 F4 Louisiana College W, 93-72 F7 Southern Mississippi L, 66-77 F12 at Stephen F. Austin L, 57-79 F14 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 87-59 F20 $Louisiana-Lafayette L, 90-91 F21 $Louisiana State W, 85-72 F22 $McNeese State L, 56-76 F23 $Southern L, 70-71 @ – Lady Colonel Classic, Thibodaux, La. # – Lady Demon Classic, Natchitoches, La. $ – State Tournament, Ruston, La. 1980-81 (9-18) AIAW Head Coach: Linda Harper N13 Arkansas-Monticello W, 71-61 N15 at Southern L, 70-90 N20 Delta State W, 88-81 N25 at Arkansas L, 68-77 N28 @Mississippi College L, 69-78 N29 @Louisiana College W, 60-57 D3 Texas L, 67-86 D6 at Nicholls State W, 75-57 D11 Louisiana Tech L, 50-90 D18 at Arkansas-Monticello L, 63-73 D20 at New Orleans W, 84-83 J9 at Texas Christian L, 60-66 J10 at Texas-Arlington L, 54-70 J14 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 66-65 J17 Texas Christian W, 102-66 J19 at Northwestern State L, 70-88 J23 at Southern Mississippi L, 72-79 J28 Southern L, 54-94 J31 Southern Mississippi L, 60-81 F2 at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 72-92 F5 at Louisiana Tech L, 53-95 F7 Texas-Arlington W, 62-57 F9 Northwestern State L, 69-73 F14 at Delta State L, 67-86 F17 New Orleans L, 88-89 F21 Nicholls State W, 107-66 F25 $Tulane L, 59-80 @ – Jena Kiwanis Tournament $ – State Tournament, Hammond, La. 1981-82 (12-12) AIAW Head Coach: Linda Harper D2 Belhaven D5 Arkansas D9 Southern Mississippi D12 Wiley College D29 @California (Pa.) D30 @Dayton J4 at Louisiana-Lafayette J6 at Louisiana Tech J9 Centenary J11 at Southern Mississippi J14 at Nicholls State J18 Lamar J21 Mercer J23 Louisiana-Lafayette J26 at Belhaven J30 Nicholls State F4 Louisiana Tech F6 Northwestern State F8 at Centenary F11 at Lamar

W, 74-66 L, 68-70 L, 73-74 W, 86-80 W, 97-67 L, 63-70 W, 86-70 L, 42-102 W, 84-59 L, 79-116 W, 94-79 L, 78-82 L, 71-73 W, 87-65 W, 78-66 W, 99-93 L, 40-93 L, 64-76 L, 67-81 W, 86-78

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS F15 at Northwestern State L, 67-75 F18 South Florida W, 80-60 F24 $Northwestern State L, 83-85 F25 $Louisiana-Lafayette W, 97-54 @ – Hurricane Classic, Miami, Fla. $ – State Tournament, Natchitoches, La. 1982-83 (23-6, 5-0) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper Southland Conference Champions NCAA Tournament N26 at Western Kentucky N30 at Wiley D4 at Southeastern Louisiana D6 Northwestern State D11 Nicholls State D16 at Mississippi College J7 @Oklahoma J8 @Hardin-Simmons J13 Louisiana Tech J17 *Arkansas State J22 at Nicholls State J27 *Louisiana-Lafayette J29 *at McNeese State J31 *at Lamar F5 North Texas F7 Centenary F9 at Louisiana Tech F14 at Northwestern State F17 at Centenary F19 Mississippi College F21 Western Kentucky F24 McNeese State F26 *at Texas-Arlington F28 Southeastern Louisiana M3 at Louisiana-Lafayette M8 $Lamar M9 $McNeese State M15 ^Montana M18 ^at Southern California @ – Pizza Hut Classic, Wichita, Kan. * – Southland Conference $ – SLC Tournament, Monroe, La. ^ – NCAA Tournament

L, 83-86 W, 96-65 W, 87-80 W, 91-86 W, 117-78 W, 88-80 L, 75-87 W, 89-51 L, 77-88 W, 87-57 W, 95-54 W, 91-69 W, 76-72 W, 79-73 W, 98-53 W, 92-42 L, 58-104 L, 78-90 W, 88-69 W, 85-61 W, 79-72 W, 88-76 W, 84-53 W, 80-58 W, 82-71 W, 92-72 W, 94-81 W, 72-53 L, 85-99

1983-84 (23-4, 12-0) Soutland Head Coach: Linda Harper Southland Conference Champions NCAA Tournament / No. 13 AP Poll N30 at LSU L, 79-86 D3 at Mercer W, 94-82 D6 Mississippi College W, 89-63 D10 Stephen F. Austin W, 101-72 D15 at Northwestern State W, 97-91 J3 #Penn State W, 98-81 J5 #Kansas W, 86-69 J14 at Louisiana Tech L, 67-88 J16 at Mississippi College W, 95-87 J18 LSU W, 90-83 J21 *at Arkansas State W, 79-61 J25 at Stephen F. Austin W, 74-70 J28 *Lamar W, 100-74 J30 *McNeese State W, 92-76 F1 Louisiana Tech L, 72-86 F4 *Texas-Arlington W, 69-57 F6 *North Texas W, 92-51 F11 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 82-73 F13 Northwestern State W, 100-82 F16 *Arkansas State W, 83-67 F23 *at Lamar W, 89-77 F25 *at McNeese State W, 86-71 M1 *at Texas-Arlington W, 90-69 M3 *at North Texas W, 83-49 M6 *Louisiana-Lafayette * W, 61-56 M15 ^Kansas State W, 78-73 M23 ^Texas L, 91-99 # – Miami Mason Classic, Miami, Fla. * – Southland Conference ^ – NCAA First Round, Monroe, La., NCAA Regional, Ruston, La.

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1984-85 (30-2, 12-0) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper Southland Conference Champions NCAA Final Four / No. 2 AP Poll N19 Stephen F. Austin W, 90-51 N23 at Mississippi College W, 100-81 N30 #Tennessee W, 68-53 D1 #Minnesota W, 82-66 D3 at Mississippi W, 70-67 (ot) D8 Jackson State W, 102-50 D10 Alcorn State W, 84-43 D19 at Northwestern State W, 108-89 J2 at Cal State Fullerton W, 66-65 J5 @Texas-San Antonio W, 77-56 J6 @San Diego State W, 89-87 (ot) J9 Mississippi College W, 88-65 J12 at Stephen F. Austin W, 88-58 J16 Northwestern State W, 106-72 J19 *Arkansas State W, 88-66 J22 at Louisiana Tech L, 77-79 (ot) J26 *at Lamar W, 90-61 J28 *at McNeese State W, 92-76 F2 *at Texas-Arlington W, 95-53 F4 *at North Texas W, 91-63 F9 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 60-34 F11 Louisiana Tech W, 80-67 F14 *at Arkansas State W, 89-66 F21 *Lamar W, 89-51 F23 *McNeese State W, 93-69 F26 *North Texas W, 94-33 F28 *Texas-Arlington W, 100-54 M5 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 59-49 M14 ^Missouri W, 85-84 (ot) M22 ^Auburn W, 76-71 M24 ^Louisiana Tech W, 85-76 M29 !Old Dominion L, 47-57 # – Dial Classic, Minneapolis, Minn. @ – Kangaroo Classic, San Diego, Calif. * – Southland Conference ^ – NCAA First Round/Midwest Regional Tournament, Monroe, La. ! – NCAA Final Four, Austin, Texas 1985-86 (26-3, 12-0) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper No. 3 WBB Yearbook / No. 13 USA Today Poll (ineligible for SLC title) D2 Mississippi W, 82-80 (ot) D6 !Cheyney W, 100-39 D7 !Texas L, 54-68 D10 Northwestern State W, 75-56 D14 at Mississippi College W, 78-71 D29 @Penn State W, 76-69 D30 @Miami (Fla.) W, 88-62 D31 @Texas L, 65-70 J6 Mississippi College W, 101-62 J8 at Alcorn State W, 99-73 J11 *at Arkansas State W, 86-63 J15 San Diego State W, 109-63 J18 *Lamar W, 106-55 J20 *McNeese State W, 102-76 J23 Louisiana Tech W, 86-76 J25 *Texas-Arlington W, 73-71 J27 *North Texas W, 80-72 J30 at Northwestern State L, 83-86 F1 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 77-56 F6 *Arkansas State W, 88-52 F13 *at Lamar W, 72-52 F15 *at McNeese State W, 91-78 F18 at Louisiana Tech W, 82-74 F20 *Texas-Arlington W, 90-58 F22 *North Texas W, 107-67 F25 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 90-65 F28 #Iona W, 107-55 M1 #Western Kentucky W, 88-84 M2 #Southern California W, 70-68 ! – Converse-Pepsi Classic, Austin, Texas @ – Orange Bowl Classic, Miami, Fla. # – Northern Lights Invite, Anchorage, Alaska * – Southland Conference

1986-87 (14-10, 9-3) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper Southland Conference Champions NCAA Tournament N29 Alcorn State W, 92-67 D5 !Alcorn State W, 73-58 D6 !Mississippi L, 66-75 D9 Texas L, 60-85 D13 Georgia L, 63-69 J6 at Louisiana Tech L, 48-82 J10 *Arkansas State L, 71-72 J14 Northwestern State W, 81-60 J17 *at Lamar W, 59-54 J19 *at McNeese State W, 79-69 J24 *Texas-Arlington W, 78-59 J26 *North Texas W, 78-69 J31 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 83-60 F2 at Mississippi College L, 55-59 F5 *at Arkansas State L, 77-80 F9 at Northwestern State W, 77-73 (ot) F12 *Lamar W, 96-58 F14 *McNeese State L, 75-78 F16 Louisiana Tech L, 68-84 F19 *at Texas-Arlington W, 94-75 F21 *at North Texas W, 81-76 F26 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 79-78 M5 Mississippi College W, 88-58 M8 ^Kansas L, 72-78 ! – Dial Lady Rebel Classic, Oxford, Miss. * – Southland Conference ^ – NCAA First Round, Monroe, La. 1987-88 (19-10, 11-3) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper N28 Mississippi College W, 87-64 D1 Mississippi L, 67-68 (ot) D6 at Georgia L, 59-78 D12 East Central W, 84-72 D15 at Louisiana Tech L, 50-81 D17 at Southeastern Louisiana W, 82-81 D29 @Boise State W, 82-67 D30 @Brigham Young L, 87-106 J4 at Alcorn State L, 67-79 J9 Brigham Young W, 80-69 J11 Southeastern Louisiana W, 72-48 J16 *at Northwestern State L, 64-81 J18 at Mississippi College W, 100-95 J21 *Texas-Arlington W, 96-65 J23 *North Texas W, 83-76 J28 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 55-86 J30 *at McNeese State L, 93-94 F4 *at Sam Houston State W, 72-63 F6 *at Texas State W, 101-79 F11 *Sam Houston State W, 81-61 F13 *Texas State W, 82-56 F18 *McNeese State W, 80-62 F20 *Stephen F. Austin W, 89-71 F25 *at North Texas W, 84-58 F27 *Texas-Arlington W, 82-65 M1 Louisiana Tech L, 71-43 M5 *Northwestern State W, 70-65 M9 $Northwestern State W, 98-77 M10 $Stephen F. Austin L, 85-92 @ – BYU Tournament, Provo, Utah * – Southland Conference $ – SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, Texas 1988-89 (19-9, 11-3) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper N26 at Mississippi College N30 at Mississippi D6 Louisiana Tech D10 Georgia D13 Alcorn State D20 @Texas Tech D21 @California J4 Grambling State J7 Mississippi College J10 at Louisiana Tech J14 *at Northwestern State J16 at Southeastern Louisiana J19 *Texas-Arlington

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

W, 102-60 L, 71-74 (ot) L, 57-74 L, 65-71 W, 83-59 W, 62-60 W, 88-79 W, 77-62 W, 103-88 L, 71-94 L, 73-75 W, 82-63 W, 92-61


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS J21 *North Texas W, 93-83 J26 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 68-77 (ot) J28 *McNeese State W, 78-63 F2 *at Sam Houston State W, 78-66 F4 *at Texas State W, 89-73 F9 *Sam Houston State W, 73-64 F11 *Texas State W, 83-66 F16 *at McNeese State W, 79-63 F18 *Stephen F. Austin L, 59-64 F20 Southeastern Louisiana W, 83-68 F23 *at North Texas W, 76-61 F25 *at Texas-Arlington W, 82-67 M2 *Northwestern State W, 90-87 M5 at Western Kentucky L, 65-73 M10 $Northwestern State L, 71-76 @ – Golden Bear Classic, Berkley, Calif. * – Southland Conference $ – SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, Texas 1989-90 (15-12, 9-5) Southland Head Coach: Linda Harper N25 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 98-69 N30 at Arkansas State W, 67-51 D2 at Oklahoma L, 93-95 D5 at Louisiana Tech L, 49-87 D10 Mississippi L, 60-71 D13 at Alcorn State W, 65-64 J3 @UNC-Asheville W, 113-66 J4 @UAB W, 90-59 J5 @Central Florida W, 82-76 J11 *at McNeese State W, 82-55 J13 *Stephen F. Austin L, 55-82 J18 *North Texas W, 69-65 J20 *Texas-Arlington W, 68-53 J22 *Northwestern State L, 86-94 (ot) J25 *at Texas State W, 71-68 J27 *at Sam Houston State L, 67-84 F3 *at Northwestern State W, 91-88 (ot) F8 *McNeese State W, 83-47 F10 Louisiana Tech L, 44-55 F12 *North Texas W, 63-54 F15 *at Texas-Arlington W, 71-67 F17 *Texas State L, 58-60 F22 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 52-68 F24 at Texas L, 61-91 F28 Western Kentucky L, 56-63 M9 $Northwestern State L, 81-85 (ot) @ – Central Florida Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. * – Southland Conference $ – SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, Texas 1990-91 (18-11, 11-3) Southland Head Coach: Roger Stockton N23 Arkansas College N24 at Louisiana-Lafayette N28 at Georgia D5 Louisiana Tech D9 at Mississippi D15 at Southern Mississippi D29 @Kentucky D30 @Nevada J5 at Louisiana College J7 at Louisiana Tech J10 *McNeese State J12 *Sam Houston State J17 *at North Texas J19 *at Texas-Arlington J24 *Southwest Texas J26 *at Stephen F. Austin J28 Oklahoma J31 Arkansas State F2 *Northwestern State F7 *at McNeese State F9 *Stephen F. Austin F14 *North Texas F16 *Texas-Arlington F21 *at Texas State F23 *at Sam Houston State F28 *at Northwestern State M1 Southern Mississippi M8 $Texas State

W, 77-63 W, 73-67 L, 70-109 L, 57-60 L, 67-77 L, 74-87 L, 66-73 W, 80-73 L, 73-80 L, 55-83 W, 77-53 W, 85-74 W, 81-69 W, 86-73 W, 78-64 L, 62-88 W, 79-76 W, 74-66 W, 81-63 W, 67-59 L, 69-73 W, 91-75 W, 85-64 L, 71-77 W, 71-64 W, 74-71 W, 97-73 W, 62-54

M9 $Stephen F. Austin L, 58-70 @ – Nevada New Year’s Tournament, Reno, Nev. * – Southland Conference $ – SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, Texas 1991-92 (12-16, 10-8) Southland Head Coach: Roger Stockton N23 at Arkansas State L, 48-78 N25 Mississippi L, 76-90 N29 @Alabama L, 86-118 N30 @Texas State L, 60-72 D2 Louisiana College W, 90-81 D9 Louisiana Tech L, 66-77 D14 Louisiana-Lafayette W, 94-67 J2 *at McNeese State L, 72-83 J4 *at Nicholls State W, 60-57 J7 at Louisiana Tech L, 65-96 J11 *Northwestern State L, 71-84 J13 at Mississippi L, 59-87 J16 *Texas-San Antonio W, 94-81 J18 *Texas State L, 56-59 J23 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 47-65 J25 *at Sam Houston State W, 71-59 J30 *Texas-Arlington L, 80-94 F1 *North Texas W, 65-63 F8 *at Northwestern State L, 57-79 F10 *McNeese State W, 95-75 F13 *at Texas State L, 53-68 F15 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 81-75 F20 *Sam Houston State W, 77-67 F22 *Stephen F. Austin W, 83-71 F27 *at North Texas W, 74-70 F29 *at Texas-Arlington L, 69-78 M2 *Nicholls State W, 76-54 M12 $Texas-Arlington L, 69-74 @ – Coopers & Lybrand Invite, Chicago, Ill. * – Southland Conference $ – SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, Texas 1992-93 (19-9, 13-5) Southland Head Coach: Roger Stockton D1 Louisiana College W, 85-60 D8 Louisiana Tech W, 62-51 D12 Arkansas State L, 79-82 D16 at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 76-53 D18 @Howard W, 86-65 D19 @South Alabama W, 74-61 J2 *at North Texas W, 69-67 (ot) J4 *at Texas-Arlington W, 74-53 J7 *McNeese State W, 74-58 J9 *Nicholls State W, 95-60 J11 at Louisiana Tech L, 76-49 J14 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 59-70 J16 *at Sam Houston State W, 60-51 J21 *Texas State W, 67-61 J23 *Texas-San Antonio W, 65-58 J26 at Mississippi L, 44-69 J30 *at Northwestern State L, 64-67 F4 *at Nicholls State W, 77-63 F11 *Sam Houston State W, 76-60 F13 *Stephen F. Austin W, 77-73 F18 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 74-50 F20 *at Texas State L, 66-81 F22 *at McNeese State L, 70-75 F27 *Northwestern State L, 82-84 M1 *North Texas W, 81-79 M3 *Texas-Arlington W, 56-46 M9 $McNeese State W, 84-72 M11 $at Stephen F. Austin L, 53-72 @ – South Alabama Lady Jaguar Classic, Mobile, Ala. * – Southland Conference $ – Southland Conference Tournament 1993-94 (21-14, 14-4) Southland Head Coach: Roger Stockton NWIT Tournament appearance N29 Arkansas-Monticello D3 @UAB D4 @Mississippi State D7 at Louisiana Tech

W, 79-76 W, 79-76 L, 75-85 L, 44-100

D15 at Arkansas State L, 61-74 D28 *Texas State W, 64-62 D30 *Texas-San Antonio W, 84-47 J6 #vs. Rhode Island L, 78-82 J7 #at Alaska-Anchorage W, 68-66 J8 #vs. Montana State W, 60-59 J13 *McNeese State W, 71-46 J15 *Nicholls State W, 82-39 J18 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 63-71 J20 *at North Texas W, 76-61 J22 *at Texas-Arlington L, 62-66 J25 Mississippi L, 64-78 J29 *at Northwestern State W, 72-61 F3 *Stephen F. Austin L, 75-78 F5 *Sam Houston State W, 79-49 F8 Louisiana Tech L, 62-69 F10 *at Nicholls State W, 82-57 F12 *at McNeese State L, 53-58 F15 Mississippi State W, 81-64 F17 *Texas-Arlington W, 83-73 F19 *North Texas W, 82-75 F22 *at Sam Houston State W, 62-51 F26 *Northwestern State W, 77-59 F28 *at Texas State W, 64-59 M2 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 78-67 M10 $North Texas W, 78-62 M11 $Northwestern State W, 77-67 M2 $at Stephen F. Austin L, 65-73 M24 ^Tulane L, 75-78 M25 ^Toledo L, 68-89 M26 ^Gonzaga L, 69-105 @ - Mississippi State Tournament, Starkville, Miss. # - Northern Lights Invite, Anchorage, Alaska * - Southland Conference $ - SLC Tournament, Nacogdoches, Texas ^ - WNIT, Amarillo, Texas 1994-95 (6-21, 6-12) Southland Head Coach: Roger Stockton N25 Arkansas State N29 at Arkansas D2 Arkansas-Monticello D6 at Louisiana Tech D29 !Illinois State D30 !Cal Poly J2 *at Northwestern State J5 *at North Texas J7 *at Texas-Arlington J12 *Nicholls State J14 *McNeese State J17 at Mississippi J21 *at Stephen F. Austin J23 *at Sam Houston State J26 *Texas State J28 *Texas-San Antonio F2 *Texas-Arlington F4 *North Texas F6 Mississippi F9 *at McNeese State F11 *at Nicholls State F16 *Stephen F. Austin F18 *Sam Houston State F23 *at Texas-San Antonio F25 *at Texas State M2 *Northwestern State M6 $at Northwestern State @ - Montana Tournament * - Southland Conference $ - Century Cellunet SLC Classic 1995-96 (5-21, 5-13) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N24 @Monmouth N25 @Davidson N29 Arkansas D2 at Baylor D9 South Alabama D13 at Mississippi State D15 at Mississippi D18 Louisiana Tech J4 *at Nicholls State

L, 57-72 L, 59-74 L, 82-95 L, 47-89 L, 50-87 L, 57-72 L, 52-73 L, 62-65 L, 48-66 W, 72-64 L, 58-82 L, 43-90 L, 75-90 L, 43-78 L, 55-65 W, 83-65 W, 79-76 L, 70-92 L, 43-90 W, 78-72 W, 75-59 L, 59-77 L, 53-75 W, 77-61 L, 64-82 L, 69-93 L, 83-92

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L, 58-75 L, 65-80 L, 63-97 L, 59-71 W, 82-65 L, 69-78 L, 66-79 W, 70-66 W, 70-63 W, 74-62 L, 63-96 L, 68-72 L, 59-63 L, 68-79 L, 71-81 L, 53-73 L, 48-98

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1997-98 (19-9, 12-4) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N15 Southern W, 85-77 N18 at Lamar W, 84-63 N24 Alcorn State W, 72-60 N28 @Memphis L, 58-77 N29 @Murray State W, 71-50 D6 Louisiana College L, 72-80 D13 vs. Grambling State W, 101-75 D15 at Louisiana Tech L, 43-97 D18 Lamar W,92-51 D30 at LSU L, 55-83 J3 *Texas State W, 65-59 J5 *Texas-San Antonio W,80-70 J10 *McNeese State W, 79-70 J15 *at Northwestern State W,68-64 J17 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 62-104 J24 *Northwestern State W,70-69 J29 *at Nicholls State W, 77-66 J31 *at Southeastern Louisiana W, 70-45 F5 *Stephen F. Austin W, 90-87 (ot) F7 *Texas-Arlington L, 62-65 F12 *at Sam Houston State L, 60-71 F14 *at McNeese State W, 76-73 F19 *at Texas State W, 61-60 F21 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 70-72 F26 *Nicholls State W, 73-57 F28 *Southeastern Louisiana W, 75-73 (ot) M6 $Northwestern State W, 71-69

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M7 $Stephen F. Austin @ - Memphis Classic *-Southland Conference $ - SLC Tournament, Shreveport, La.

L, 52-84

1998-99 (14-15, 11-7) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N13 !at Baylor L, 65-84 N21 New Orleans W, 84-82 N28 at Texas Christian L, 46-82 N30 at Alcorn State L, 58-68 D4 @Troy State W, 67-47 D5 @New Mexico L, 50-64 D9 Louisiana Tech L, 48-94 D12 at Southern L, 66-67 D15 LSU L, 67-78 D28 *at Texas State W, 70-63 D30 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 63-41 J2 *Sam Houston State W, 70-59 J7 *Lamar W, 54-49 J9 *McNeese State W, 55-53 J14 *at Stephen F. Austin W, 67-63 J16 *at Texas-Arlington L, 54-72 J21 *Southeastern Louisiana W, 82-52 J23 *at Northwestern State L, 46-67 J30 *at Sam Houston State L, 68-81 F1 *Nicholls State L, 57-59 F4 *Texas-San Antonio W, 80-64 F6 *Texas State W, 81-45 F11 *at McNeese State L, 53-58 F13 *Northwestern State L, 57-65 F20 *Texas-Arlington W, 63-51 F25 *at Nicholls State W, 53-50 F27 *at Southeastern Louisiana L, 55-73 M3 $Nicholls State W, 54-47 M5 $Northwestern State L, 65-67 ! - Preseason WNIT @ - New Mexico Classic * - Southland Conference $ - CenturyTel SLC Tournament, Shreveport, La. 1999-00 (16-13, 11-7) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N20 at Arkansas L, 48-85 D4 @Howard L, 60-67 D5 @High Point W, 72-66 (ot) D7 Alcorn State W, 58-51 D10 at Grambling State L, 72-76 D15 at Southern Mississippi L, 48-64 D18 at UALR L, 63-84 D21 at New Orleans W, 66-65 D28 *at Lamar W, 63-53 D30 *Nicholls State L, 50-58 J8 *Texas Arlington W, 60-52 J12 at Centenary W, 69-41 J15 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 56-77 J17 *Northwestern State L, 61-62 J20 *Texas State W, 71-66 J22 *Texas-San Antonio W, 61-49 J27 *at Nicholls State W, 73-43 J29 *at Southeastern Louisiana W, 72-67 (ot) F3 *Lamar W, 59-50 F5 *McNeese State W, 60-58 F10 *at Sam Houston State L, 46-54 F12 *at Texas Arlington L, 55-60 F17 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 70-56 F19 *at Texas State L, 58-67 F20 *Southeastern Louisiana W, 59-43 F26 *Stephen F. Austin W, 59-57 (ot) M4 *at Northwestern State L, 56-59 M7 $at Sam Houston W, 81-74 M10 $Stephen F. Austin L, 55-72 @ - Brown Tournament, Providence, R.I. * - Southland Conference $ - CenturyTel SLC Tournament, Shreveport, La. 2000-01 (20-9, 17-3) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N21 UALR N25 @Tennessee-Martin N26 @Kansas D1 at New Orleans

L, 54-57 L, 53-58 L, 60-73 L, 83-86 (2ot)

D5 Centenary W, 99-49 D8 Southern Mississippi W, 55-44 D14 *at Nicholls State W, 71-59 D16 *at Southeastern Louisiana W, 69-53 D19 *Lamar W, 71-62 D30 *Sam Houston State W, 76-64 J6 *McNeese State W, 71-59 J11 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 67-86 J13 *at Texas-Arlington W, 73-61 J15 *Northwestern State W, 82-65 J18 *Texas-San Antonio W, 57-52 J20 *Texas State W, 74-52 J24 Arkansas L, 70-86 J27 *at Northwestern State L, 62-71 F1 *at Sam Houston State W, 67-60 F3 *at Lamar W, 76-71 (ot) F8 *Southeastern Louisiana W, 79-62 F10 *Nicholls State W, 73-58 F15 *at Texas State W, 66-56 F17 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 42-65 F22 *at McNeese State W, 78-70 M1 *Texas-Arlington W, 79-68 M3 *Stephen F. Austin W, 56-51 M6 $Nicholls State W, 85-66 M8 $Northwestern State L, 56-63 @ - Lady Blazer Classic in Birmingham, Ala. * - Southland Conference $ - CenturyTel SLC Classic, Shreveport, La. 2001-02 (9-18, 7-11) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N17 at Arkansas N23 @Loyola-Marymount N24 @Ball State N30 South Alabama D4 at Southern Mississippi D8 New Orleans D15 *at Sam Houston State D18 *at Lamar D29 at Troy J2 *at McNeese State J5 *Stephen F. Austin J7 *Texas-Arlington J12 *at Nicholls State J14 *at Southeastern Louisiana J19 *Texas State J21 *Texas-San Antonio J26 *Lamar J28 *Sam Houston State F2 *McNeese State F4 *at Northwestern State F9 at Texas State F11 at Texas-San Antonio F16 *Nicholls State F18 *Southeastern Louisiana F23 *at Stephen F. Austin F25 *at Texas-Arlington M2 *Northwestern State @ - Loyola Marymount Tournament * - Southland Conference 2002-03 (15-14, 11-9) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N24 Southern Mississippi N26 Troy N29 @Xavier (Ohio) N30 @Davidson D6 at New Orleans D13 at South Alabama D17 at Centenary D28 *Stephen F. Austin D30 *at Nicholls State J2 *Texas State J4 *Texas-San Antonio J11 *at McNeese State J16 *Nicholls State J18 *Southeastern Louisiana J23 *at Sam Houston State J25 *at Lamar J30 *McNeese State F1 *Texas-Arlington F6 *at Texas State

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

L, 47-99 L, 63-72 L, 63-85 L, 38-60 L, 38-56 W, 83-55 W, 72-53 L, 45-55 W, 62-57 L, 55-57 L, 60-66 L, 62-67 L, 65-81 L, 70-72 W, 72-69 L, 39-46 W, 46-42 W, 81-59 W, 81-64 L, 76-91 W, 72-59 L, 37-63 L, 53-54 W, 74-70 L, 56-86 L, 44-59 L, 67-81

L, 55-57 W, 56-45 L, 61-80 L, 59-71 W, 61-59 (ot) L, 51-75 W, 88-75 L, 59-64 W, 68-54 L, 54-55 W, 62-53 L, 65-69 W, 74-37 W, 74-50 W, 60-50 W, 66-51 W, 82-50 L, 63-67 L, 50-64


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS F8 *at Texas-San Antonio L, 59-69 F15 *at Northwestern State W, 80-71 F18 *at Southeastern Louisiana L, 57-60 F22 *Northwestern State L, 71-75 F27 *Sam Houston State W, 89-72 M1 *Lamar W, 68-58 M5 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 65-75 M7 *at Texas-Arlington W, 59-44 M11 $at Northwestern State W, 71-62 M13 $at Texas-San Antonio L, 56-60 @ - Coors Rocky Mtn Classic, Fort Collins, Colo. * - Southland Conference $ - CenturyTel Southland Conference Classic 2003-04 (18-11, 13-3) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N21 Tulane W, 70-67 N25 at Southern Mississippi L, 59-68 N28 @Fresno State L, 56-88 N29 @Western Kentucky L, 45-62 D4 Centenary W, 92-63 D13 at LSU L, 48-86 D15 New Orleans W, 80-58 D17 at Texas A&M L, 69-78 D29 #Samford W, 71-57 D30 #South Alabama L, 56-59 J3 at Northwestern State L, 63-79 J7 *at Texas-Arlington W, 70-66 J10 *Southeastern Louisiana W, 77-60 J15 *Lamar W, 86-40 J17 *at Sam Houston State L, 63-70 J22 *Stephen F. Austin W, 70-51 J24 *at Nicholls State W, 85-56 J29 *Texas State W, 84-58 J31 *Sam Houston W, 79-68 F5 *Texas-Arlington W, 57-49 F7 *at Stephen F. Austin L, 53-68 F12 *at Texas-San Antonio W, 69-62 F14 *at Texas State L, 62-70 F21 *McNeese State W, 81-73 F26 *at Southeastern Louisiana W, 62-45 F28 *at Lamar W, 74-48 M5 *Northwestern State W, 74-63 M9 $Texas State W, 72-59 M 11 $Texas-Arlington L, 53-56 @ - Fresno State Tournament # - South Alabama Tournament * - Southland Conference $ -Southland Conference Tournament 2004-05 (22-8, 13-3) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin Southland Conference Champions N22 at New Orleans N26 !South Alabama N27 !Memphis D1 at Tulane D7 Southern Mississippi D11 at North Texas D15 Belhaven D19 @Grambling State D20 @Mississippi State D30 at Centenary J3 Northwestern State J6 *Texas-San Antonio J8 *at McNeese State J13 *Stephen F. Austin J15 *Texas State J22 *at Texas-Arlington J27 *at Sam Houston State J29 *at Lamar F5 *Nicholls State F10 *Southeastern Louisiana F12 *at Northwestern State F16 *at Texas State F19 *Texas-Arlington F24 *Sam Houston State F26 *at Southeastern Louisiana M2 *Lamar M4 *at Stephen F. Austin M7 $Nicholls State M9 $McNeese State

W, 60-46 W, 69-56 L, 67-71 L, 57-66 W, 63-46 L, 49-58 W, 93-57 W, 81-73 L, 50-81 W, 74-40 W, 56-41 W, 75-72 L, 59-73 W, 79-72 L, 78-83 L, 44-58 W, 79-49 W, 61-59 W, 59-34 W, 77-39 W, 70-64 W, 86-49 W, 59-47 W, 69-60 W, 78-66 W, 64-47 W, 66-64 W, 72-68 W, 50-41

M12 $Texas-Arlington L, 54-60 ! - Memphis Tournament @ - Mississippi State Tournament * - Southland Conference $ -Southland Conference Tournament 2005-06 (18-11, 9-7) Southland Head Coach: Mona Martin N18 Memphis N22 UAB N25 @SMU N26 @Denver N30 North Texas D3 Centenary D9 #New Mexico D10 #Creighton D18 at UALR D28 at Southern Mississippi J2 UALR J7 *at Northwestern State J9 *at Texas-Arlington J12 *at Nicholls State J14 *Texas-San Antonio J19 *Lamar J21 *McNeese State J26 *at Texas State J28 *at Texas-San Antonio F4 *Sam Houston State F9 *at Stephen F. Austin F11 *Northwestern State F16 *Southeastern Louisiana F18 *Nicholls State F23 *at McNeese State F25 *at Lamar M1 *Stephen F. Austin M6 $at Texas State M8 $at Stephen F. Austin @ - SMU Classic, Dallas, Texas # - New Mexico Classic, Albuquerque, N.M. 2006-07 (14-16, 4-14) Sun Belt Head Coach: Mona Martin N10 at McNeese State N13 at Arkansas N17 at UAB N20 at Memphis N24 ! UMKC N25 ! Texas Pan-American N28 Southern Mississippi N30 at Centenary D2 Northwestern State D8 $ Louisiana Tech D9 $ Southern Arkansas D13 * UALR D17 * at Middle Tennessee D30 * Louisiana-Lafayette J3 * Arkansas State J6 * at Denver J10 * New Orleans J14 * at Florida Atlantic J20 * Florida International J24 * at South Alabama J27 * Troy F1 * at Western Kentucky F3 * at UALR F7 * Middle Tennessee F10 * North Texas F14 * at Louisiana-Lafayette F17 * at Arkansas State F21 * Denver F24 * at New Orleans F28 # at Arkansas State * Sun Belt Conference Game ! CenturyTel Bobcat Classic $ Taco Bell Classic # Sun Belt Tournament 2007-08 (14-15, 10-8) Sun Belt Head Coach: Mona Martin N9 McNeese State N13 Centenary

W, 80-60 W, 70-68 L, 44-56 W, 66-54 L, 62-68 W, 66-45 L, 57-70 W, 61-60 W, 56-53 W, 75-67 W, 65-56 L, 54-58 L, 55-58 W, 66-64 W, 62-61 W, 56-47 W, 79-57 W, 69-63 L, 70-71 W, 74-55 L, 53-61 W, 64-51 L, 47-52 W, 73-67 L, 50-55 W, 64-55 L, 62-65 (ot) W, 72-56 L, 71-72 (ot)

W, 71-53 L, 54-62 W, 80-73 W, 69-50 W, 52-50 W, 55-51 W, 64-63 W, 74-71 W, 83-39 W, 58-54 W, 61-46 L, 58-66 (2OT) L, 59-103 W, 55-52 L, 64-80 L, 33-51 W, 61-47 W, 76-72 L, 48-59 W, 61-56 L, 39-52 L, 69-78 L, 49-52 L, 70-83 L, 67-61 (OT) L, 43-58 L, 54-72 L, 52-65 L, 69-79 L, 56-69

N17 Texas State N20 at Southern Mississippi D1 ! Alabama State D2 ! Syracuse D8 at Northwestern State D11 at Louisiana Tech D17 # vs. St. John’s D18 # vs. Delaware State D22 * Louisiana-Lafayette D29 at Tulane J2 * at Denver J7 * at North Texas J10 * Western Kentucky J12 * Arkansas State J17 * at UALR J19 * Florida International J24 * Middle Tennessee J31 * at Troy F2 * South Alabama F6 * Florida Atlantic F9 * at New Orleans F13 * at Louisiana-Lafayette F16 * Denver F20 * North Texas F23 * at Western Kentucky F28 * at Arkansas State M1 * UALR M5 $ Troy * Sun Belt Conference Game ! Taco Bell Classic # Blazer Invitational $ Sun Belt Tournament

W, 72-66 L, 65-79 W, 68-55 L, 51-55 W, 84-62 W, 71-50 L, 53-69 W, 52-49 W, 72-59 L, 72-77 W, 70-61 W, 65-59 L, 73-82 W, 68-59 L, 60-68 W, 53-50 L, 61-64 W, 51-49 L, 51-61 W, 66-44 W, 61-57 W, 65-59 (ot) L, 65-68 (ot) W, 83-73 L, 48-82 L, 53-68 L, 46-56 L, 65-66

2008-09 (15-16, 7-11) Sun Belt Head Coach: Mona Martin N15 at Arkansas N18 at Centenary N21 ! Morgan State N22 ! Marshall N25 Southern Miss N29 Tulane D6 at Lamar D9 Northwestern State D13 at McNeese State D17 *New Orleans D21 *at Louisiana-Lafayette D28 SIU-Edwardsville D31 *at UALR J3 Arkansas-Monticello J7 *South Alabama J11 *at Denver J14 *at Arkansas State J18 *Troy J21 *at Florida Atlantic J24 *FIU J31 *at Middle Tennessee F4 *Western Kentucky F7 *at New Orleans F11 *Louisiana-Lafayette F14 *UALR F18 *at North Texas F21 *at South Alabama F25 *Denver F28 *Arkansas State M4 $at Western Kentucky M7 $UALR ! Fifth Third Classic, Huntington, W.V. * Sun Belt Conference Game $ Sun Belt Tournament

L, 38-77 W, 76-60 W, 59-57 W, 69-67 W, 75-57 L, 60-62 L, 67-73 W, 62-57 L, 54-62 W, 64-61 L, 61-64 W, 82-54 L, 50-68 W, 74-47 W, 67-58 L, 47-58 L, 54-64 W, 70-42 L, 63-76 W, 53-31 L, 75-91 L, 58-62 L, 43-57 W, 82-53 L, 63-71 L, 70-78 L, 48-63 W, 65-41 L, 63-66 W, 71-62 L, 40-52

W, 77-40 W, 59-46

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WARHAWK HISTORY 1974-75 The first season of Warhawk, then-Lady Indian basketball. ULM’s first win is an 8478 victor y over Louisiana Tech. July 1978 Linda Harper is named head coach and wins 213 games over the next 12 seasons. 1982-1983 ULM earns its first NCAA Tournament berth after winning the Southland Conference title in its first season as a league member.

March 4, 1993 Ronda Harrison named ULM’s first GTE District VI Academic All-American. Harrison is also named SLC Scholar Athlete of the Year. Harrison scored 1,215 points and had 410 assists during her career. 1993-94 ULM records a 21-14 overall record and 14-3 record in SLC play. The Warhawks advance to the National Women’s Invitational Tournament as the No. 1 seed.

Linda Harper is the programs all-time winningest coach with 213 victories.

March 15, 1983 Playing in its first NCAA Tournament, ULM wins its first post-season game, 72-53 over Montana in Monroe, La. July 12, 1983 Eun Jung Lee and Lisa Ingram are named ULM’s first All-Americans. February 11, 1985 A Fant-Ewing Coliseum record crowd of 8,155 watches the No. 4 Warhawks down No. 6 Louisiana Tech, 80-67. 1984-85 ULM reaches the Final Four and records the best record in the nation (30-2). February 28March 2, 1986 Lisa I ngram is named MVP after leading ULM to the championship of the prestigious Northern Lights Invitational. ULM beat Iona (107-55), No. 5 Western Kentucky (88-84) and No. 3 Southern Cal (70-68). January 10, 1987 ULM’s string of 41 straight Southland Conference victories snapped by Arkansas State, 72-71. December 17, 1987 Renee Woodfin scores 31 points and pulls down 20 rebounds as ULM records its 200th all-time win, 82-81, at Southeastern Louisiana. March 23, 1990 Roger Stockton takes over as head coach after serving seven years as an assistant for Linda Harper. March 1, 1991 Felisha Edwards scores a ULM, Southland Conference, and Fant-Ewing Coliseum record 53 points in a 97-73 win over Southern Mississippi. February 22, 1992 Ann Hebert records a triple-double of 16 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists as ULM stuns No. 3 Stephen F. Austin, 83-71, snapping SFA’s 46-game SLC regular season winning streak.

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1992-93 ULM beat two ranked teams in the same season for the first time in seven years, No. 10 Louisiana Tech, 62-51, and No. 13 Stephen F. Austin, 77-73.

June 26, 1995 Mona Martin named head coach of the Warhawks. Martin averaged 20 wins a season in six years at West Monroe High School. February 5, 1998 ULM stuns No. 19 Stephen F. Austin, beating the Ladyjacks 90-87 in overtime to snap SFA’s 44-SLC game winning streak. 1997-98 Mona Martin leads ULM to one of the greatest turnaround seasons in the country. The Warhawks went from an eighthplace finish the previous season to second place and the finals of the conference tournament. 1998-99 Mona Martin leads her squad to a 14-15 finish overall and 11-6 in the SLC for a fourth place finish in the conference. ULM is one of 16 schools invited to the pre-season National Women’s Invitational Tournament. This was the Warhawks’ first national tournament appearance since the post-season WNIT in 1993-94.

1984-85 NCAA Final Four Team 2006-07 ULM played its first season as a member of the Sun Belt Conference. The Warhawks opened the season 10-1 and finished their inaugural year in the league with a 4-14 SBC mark. 2007-08 ULM opened its season 6-2 before entering Sun Belt play. After being predicted to finish sixth in conference the Warhawks compiled a 10-8 Sun Belt record and finished third. 2008-09 ULM began the season 10-5, which included capturing the Fifth Third Tournament trophy. The Warhawks then went on win their first Sun Belt Tournament game in program history.

1999-2000 ULM finishes strong to go 16-13, 11-7 in the Southland Conference. Along the way, the Warhawks hand Stephen F. Austin its only SLC loss and ULM puts together a six-game winning streak. 2000-01 The Warhawks make a run at the Southland Conference championship in a 20-9 season. ULM sets a school-record for league victories with 17 and finishes second in the final SLC standings. Super senior Terri Butler closes out her career as a first-team All-Southland Conference and All-Louisiana s­ election.

Mona Martin led ULM to a 19-9 record in 1997-98 and was named SLC Coach of the Year.

2004-05 The Warhawks had a milestone season in 200405. This squad tied for first in conference, making it to the championship game for the sixth time in school history. In addition, senior Nina Randle broke ULM legend E.J. Ok’s career steal record with 359, breaking the record for the Southland Conference.Randle earned first team All-Conference honors along with teamate Michelle Biley who was named to the third team.

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


HONORS AND AWARDS ALL-AMERICANS

ALL-CONFERENCE SUN BELT CONFERENCE 2008 2007

Third Team: Lottie Moore Third Team: Shannon Lloyd

SOUTHLAND CONFERNCE

Angela Gaddy

Rhonda Harrison

• 1991 NSCA All-American

• 1994 GTE Academic All-District VI • 1993 GTE Academic All-District VI

Lisa Ingram

Eun Jung Lee

• 1986 Kodac All-American District VI • 1986 Shreveport Journal 2nd Team • 1986 Women’s Basketball Services 1st Team • 1986 Women’s Sports Federation 1st Team • 1986 Preseason Street & Smith • 1986 Basketball Yearbook • 1985 Kodak All-District VI • 1985 Women’s Basketball News Service 2nd Team • 1985 Shreveport Journal 1st Team • 1985 Women’s Sports Federation 1st Team • 1984 Kodak All-District VI • 1984 Women’s Basketball News Service 2nd Team • 1984 Shreveport Journal 3rd Team • 1984 Women’s Sports Federation 3rd Team • 1984 Preseason: Street & Smith’s Basketball Yearbook Honorable Mention • 1983 Women’s Basketball News Service Freshman Team 1st Team • 1983 Women’s Basketball News Service 3rd Team • 1983 Women’s Basketball Yearbook Freshman 1st Team • 1983 Women’s Sports Federation

• 1986 Kodak All-District VI • 1986 Shreveport Journal 1st Team • 1986 American Women’s Sports Federation • 1986 Women’s Basketball News Service 3rd Team • 1985 Kodak All-District VI • 1985 Women’s Basketball News Service • 1985 Shreveport Journal 2nd team • 1985 Women’s Sports Federation • 1985 Preseason: Women’s Basketball Yearbook • 1985 Women’s Court Magazine • 1984 Kodak All-District VI • 1984 Women’s Basketball News Service 2nd Team • 1984 Shreveport Journal 3rd team • 1984 Women’s Sports Federation 3rd Team • 1984 Preseason: Street & Smith’s • 1984 Preseason: Basketball Yearbook Honorable Mention • 1983 Women’s Basketball Yearbook Freshman 1st Team • 1983 Women’s Basketball News Service Freshman 2nd Team

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1994 1993 1992 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Second Team: LaJeanna Howard Coach of the Year: Mona Martin First Team: Nina Randle First Team: Nina Randle Second Team: Nina Randle Third Team: Mykayla Alewine First Team: Terri Butler Third Team: Ilona Hollosy Honorable Mention: Mykayla Alewine Second Team: Terri Butler Third Team: Tamika Lewis Honorable Mention: Monica Davis, Honorable Mention: Niela Gray Coach of the Year: Mona Martin First Team: Tierra Carr Second Team: Terri Butler Honorable Mention: Terri Butler Honorable Mention: Scharlotte Jordan First Team: Ronda Harrison First Team: Crystal Steward First Team: Crystal Steward Second Team: Ronda Harrison First Team: Felisha Edwards Second Team: Ranita Bolton First Team: Jab Johnson Honorable Mention: Ranita Bolton Honorable Mention: Karen Hopson First Team: Jab Johnson Second Team: Veronica Ridgell First Team: Veronica Ridgell Second Team: Renee Woodfin Second Team: Jab Johnson Newcomer of the Year: Jab Johnson First Team: Chrissa Hailey Second Team: Janice Saulsberry Honorable Mention: Joel Tillis Player of the Year: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Lisa Ingram Second Team: Chrissa Hailey Player of the Year: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Lisa Ingram Newcomer of the Year: Chana Perry Honorable Mention: Chrissa Hailey Coach of the Year: Linda Harper Player of the Year: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Lisa Ingram Second Team: Angela Batts Player of the Year: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Eun Jung Lee First Team: Lisa Ingram, First Team: Marie Robinson Newcomer of the Year: Lisa Ingram Co-Coach of the Year: Linda Harper

Chana Perry • 1986 Preseason Women’s Basketball News Service 1st Team • 1985 Women’s Basketball News Service • 1985 Shreveport Journal • 1985 Women’s Basketball News Service Freshman 1st Team

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HONORS AND AWARDS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK SUN BELT CONFERENCE 2007: Lottie Moore SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE 2005: April O’Neal 2005: Nina Randle 2004: Nina Randle 2001: Terri Butler (3 times) 2000: Tamika Lewis (2 times) 1998: Terri Butler 1998: Tierra Carr 1996: Niela Gray 1995: Scharlotte Jordan 1994: Ronda Harrison 1993: Crystal Steward 1993: Karen Hopson 1992: Felicia Chimney 1991: Felisha Edwards (5 times) 1990: Jab Johnson (2 times) 1989: Jab Johnson 1989: Felisha Edwards 1989: veronica Ridgell 1988: Renee Woodfin (2 times) 1988: Veronica Ridgell 1988: Jab Johnson 1987: Janice Saulsberry (2 times) 1987: Joel Tillis 1986: Eun Jung Lee (3 times) 1986: Lisa Ingram (3 times) 1985: Eun Jung Lee (2 times) 1985: Lisa Ingram (2 times) 1985: Chana Perry 1984: Eun Jung Lee (2 times) 1984: Lisa Ingram (2 times) 1983: Lisa Ingram (3 times) 1983: Eun Jung Lee SPORTS ILLUSTRATED March 11, 1991: Felisha Edwards

MISCELLANEOUS AWARDS SLC Scholar- Athlete of the Year Ronda Harrison....................................................... 1994 Melissa Carter.......................................................... 1999 Corbett Award Eun Jung Lee............................................................ 1987 Wade Trophy Eun Jung Lee (finalist)........................................... 1985 Naismith Award Lisa Ingram (nominee).......................................... 1985 Eun Jung Lee (finalist).......................................... 1986 Lisa Ingram (finalist).............................................. 1986 Chana Perry (preseason finalist)....................... 1986 Broderick Cup Eun Jung Lee (finalist)........................................... 1985 Eun Jung Lee (finalist)........................................... 1986 Champion Player of the Year Eun Jung Lee (nominee)...................................... 1985 Lisa Ingram (nominee).......................................... 1985 Eun Jung Lee (finalist)........................................... 1986 Athlete of the Year (voted by SID’s) Eun Jung Lee............................................................ 1985 Eun Jung Lee............................................................ 1986 American Women’s Sports Federation Top Point Guard Nationally Eun Jung Lee............................................................ 1986 SLC Player of the Year Eun Jung Lee............................................................ 1986 Performance of the Year Lisa Ingram............................................................... 1984 Southland Hall of Fame Eun Jung Lee Louisiana Hall of Fame Eun Jung Lee ULM Hall of Fame Eun Jung Lee Lisa Ingram

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ALL-LOUISIANA (All-Louisiana selections chosen by LWSA)

2007: 2006: 2005: 2004: 2001: 2000: 1999: 1998: 1997: 1996: 1995: 1994: 1993: 1992: 1991: 1990: 1989: 1988: 1987: 1986: 1985: 1984: 1983: 1979:

Shannon Lloyd, 3rd team LaJeanna Howard, honorable mention Nina Randle, 3rd team Nina Randle, 2nd team Terri Butler, 1st team Terri Butler, 2nd team Tamika Lewis, honorable mention Monica Davis, honorable mention Tierra Carr, 3rd team Katrina Barnett, honorable mention Terri Butler, honorable mention Terri Butler, 3rd team; Niela Gray, honorable mention Anita Bell, 3rd team Angela Branch, honorable mention Monica Davis, honorable mention Scharlotte Jordan, 3rd team Angela Branch, honorable mention Ronda Harrison, 1st team Crystal Steward, 1st team Crystal Steward, 2nd team Ronda Harrison, 3rd team Felicia Chimney, 3rd team Felisha Edwards, 1st team Ranita Bolton, 3rd team Jab Johnson, 2nd team Veronica Ridgell, 2nd team Jab Johnson, 2nd team Veronica Ridgell, 2nd team Chrissa Hailey, 2nd team Lisa Ingram, Player of the Year; Eun Jung Lee,1st team Eun Jung Lee (Player of the Year) Eun Jung Lee 1st team Lisa Ingram, 1st team Chana Perry, 1st team E.J. Lee, 1st team Lisa Ingram, 1st team Lisa Ingram, 1st team; Eun Jung Lee (Newcomer of the Year) Eun Jung Lee 2nd team Marlena Mossbarger, 2nd team

ALL-ACADEMIC AWARDS SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ALL-ACADEMIC Katrina Barnett........................................................ 1999 Ranita Bolton.................................................... 1990, 91 Angela Branch........................................... 1994, 95, 96 Melissa Carter............................................ 1997, 98, 98 Laurie Caston........................................................... 1997 Delly Daniel.............................................................. 1983 Christina Finch......................................................... 1993 Shannan Elliot.......................................................... 1999 Angela Gaddy.......................................................... 1991 Annette Gutierrez................................................... 1991 Ronda Harrison.................................. 1991, 92, 93, 94 Miranda Hasley........................................................ 1999 Ann Hebert.......................................... 1991, 92, 93, 94 Jocelyn Hill................................................................ 1986 Andrea Kearney....................................................... 1995 Tresure Thomas....................................................... 1986 Marion Ponthieux............................................ 1992, 93 Lee Anne Parker...................................................... 1991

ALL-TOURNAMENT 2008: Fifth Third Classic Jesse Carrier (MVP), Lottie Moore 2007: Taco Bell Classic LaJeanna Howard, Shannon Lloyd 2007: CenturyTel Bobcat Classic April O’Neal, Nedra Winston 2006: SMU Hoops Classic LaJeanna Howard Lobo Shootout April O’Neal 2005: Mississippi State Classic Michelle Biley Lady Tiger Classic April O’Neal 2004: Fresno Classic Nina Randle 2000: Brown University Classic Tamika Lewis 1999: New Mexico Lobo Classic Niela Gray 1997: South Florida Holiday Classic Anita Bell, Terri Butler 1994: Mississippi State Shootout Ronda Harrison, Crystal Steward Alaska Northern Lights Invitational Ronda Harrison, Crystal Steward 1992: South Alabama Lady Jaguar Classic Karen Hopson (MVP), Crystal Steward 1991: Nevada-Reno New Year’s Tournament Felisha Edwards 1990: Central Florida Holiday Classic Jab Johnson (MVP), Ranita Bolton, Felisha Edwards 1989: California Golden Bear Classic Jab Johnson (MVP), Veronica Ridgell 1988: BYU Cougar Classic Renee Woodfin 1987: Ole Miss Lady Rebel Classic Veronica Ridgell 1986: Alaska Northern Lights Invitational Lisa Ingram (MVP), Eun .Jung Lee, Chrissa Hailey Orange Bowl Classic Lisa Ingram Converse Texas Classic Lisa Ingram 1985: NCAA Midwest Regionals Chana Perry (MVP), Lisa Ingram, Eun Jung Lee Kangaroo Shootout Lisa Ingram (MVP), Chana Perry, Eun Jung Lee Dial Classic (Minnesota) Lisa Ingram (MVP), Eun Jung Lee 1984: Miami Masonic Classic Lisa Ingram, Eun Jung Lee NCAA Midwest Regionals Lisa Ingram 1983: Pizza Hut Classic Lisa Ingram, Eun Jung Lee

ALL-TOURNAMENT SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE (Cancelled after 1983, reinstated in 1988)

2005: Nina Randle 2005:Aishie Banks 1999: Monica Davis 1998: Terri Butler 1994: Ronda Harrison 1994: Crystal Steward 1991: Felisha Edwards 1991: Ranita Bolton 1990: Jab Johnson 1988: Veronica Ridgell 1988: Jab Johnson 1983: E.J. Lee (MVP) 1983: Lisa Ingram 1983: Jocelyn Hill

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Caroline Adroaansz...........................................2006-07 Cristen Aldredge................................................2004-08 Mykayla Alewine................................................1998-02 Linda Andrews...................................................1976-79 Rene’ Antee.........................................................1979-83 Kim Armistead....................................................2002-03 Dawn Ash.............................................................1980-81 Danielle Atkins...................................................2000-02 Yashica Atkins.....................................................1998-99

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Denise Ballenger................................................1985-86 Tara Balogh..........................................................2005-06 Aishie Banks........................................................2004-06 Cassandra Barker...............................................1989-93 Katrina Barnett...................................................1995-99 Vanessa Batiste...................................................1996-00 Angela Batts........................................................1980-84 Anita Bell..............................................................1993-96 Michelle Biley......................................................2002-06 Amy Blanchard...................................................1996-00 Ranita Bolton......................................................1987-91 Angela Branch....................................................1993-96 Christy Brown.....................................................2002-04 Jamie Brown........................................................2002-05 Eden Bryant.........................................................1979-80 Debbie Budde.....................................................1987-88 Jan Burley.............................................................1974-75 Danielle Butler....................................................1999-02 Terri Butler...........................................................1996-01 Kasey Byles...........................................................1997-98

••• CCC •••

Jessie Carrier.......................................................2006-pr. Tierra Carr.............................................................1994-98 Courtney Carter.................................................2006-07 Melissa Carter.....................................................1995-99 Jackie Chase........................................................1996-00 Felicia Chimney..................................................1990-92 Kassie Courtney.................................................2006-pr. Nicole Cox............................................................2001-03

••• DDD •••

Kelly Daniel..........................................................1981-85 Monica Davis.......................................................1995-99 Shannon Davis....................................................2006-pr. Deloris Deloach..................................................1974-75 Sue DeSadier.......................................................1974-75 Lorille Deville......................................................1975-76 Debbie Dixon......................................................1974-76 Renata Dorsey....................................................2002-06 Akiko Duncan.....................................................1995-96

••• EEE •••

Felisha Edwards.................................................1989-91 Shannan Elliott...................................................1999-01 Carolyn Epting....................................................1975-76

••• HHH •••

Chrissa Hailey......................................................1983-87 Ronda Harrison..................................................1990-94 Miranda Hasley...................................................1998-02 Stefany Hauter....................................................1993-96 Cindy Head..........................................................1974-78 Ann Hebert..........................................................1990-94 Felicia Hill.............................................................1989-90 Jocelyn Hill...........................................................1982-86 Dyamond Hogg.................................................2005-08 Ilona Hollosy........................................................1997-01 Karen Hopson.....................................................1988-93 LaJeanna Howard..............................................2004-08 Mary Humphrey.................................................1981-82

••• III •••

Lisa Ingram..........................................................1982-86

••• JJJ •••

Regina Jackson...................................................2006-08 Tabetha Jackson................................................1997-98 Kea Jefferson.......................................................1987-91 Fantasy Jenkins..................................................1999-00 Markita Jennings...............................................1991-95 Aretha Johnson..................................................1995-96 Aretha D. Johnson.............................................1991-94 Derunzia “Jab” Johnson..................................1987-90 Juametrette Johnson.......................................1995-96 Cynthia Jones......................................................1985-86 Brenda Jordan......................................................198384 Scharlotte Jordan..............................................1993-95

••• KKK •••

Andrea Kearney.................................................1994-95 Betsy Kimball.......................................................1975-77 Linda Kinard........................................................1977-79

••• LLL •••

Nikki LaCour........................................................2002-04 Nikki Lane.............................................................1994-95 Penny Latham...................................1979-80, 1981-82 Eun Jung Lee.......................................................1982-86 Katrise Lee..........................................1987-88, 1989-90 Lawanda Lee.......................................................1998-99 Andrea Lewis......................................................2004-05 Tamika Lewis.......................................................1996-00 Mindy Livaudais.................................................2002-04 Felicia Livingston...............................................1990-94 Shannon Lloyd...................................................2006-08 Lisa Loflin..............................................................1987-88 Daphne Lyons.....................................................2000-02

••• MMM •••

Ginger Martin......................................................1977-78 Julie Mason..........................................................1982-83 Amy McIlveene...................................................1998-99

Brandi McLeroy..................................................2000-01 Lottie Moore........................................................2005-08 Rene Moseley......................................................1980-82 Marlena Mossbarger........................................1977-80 Mona Mossbarger.............................................1977-79

••• NNN •••

Linda Newcomb.................................................1978-80 Vickie Newman..................................................1974-75

••• OOO •••

Debbie Olive.......................................................1976-77 April O’Neal..........................................................2003-06 Ginny Ott..............................................................1978-80

••• PPP •••

Alicia Pantallion.................................................2003-06 Lee Anne Parker.................................................1990-91 Stacey Pellegrin..................................................1986-88 Chana Perry.........................................................1984-86 Marion Ponthieux..............................................1989-93 Emery Prince.......................................................1999-00

••• RRR •••

Nina Randle.........................................................2001-05 Jordan Rawson...................................................2007-pr. JaLea Renfro........................................................1985-86 Veronica Ridgell.................................................1986-89 Sonya Riley...........................................................1995-96 Lynn Rivers.........................................1980-81, 1984-85 Marie Robinson..................................................1981-83

••• SSS •••

Brenda Saulsberry.............................................1975-76 Janice Saulsberry...............................................1984-87 Marilyn Simmons...............................................1975-76 Ashley Smith.......................................................1993-94 Brenda Smith......................................................1974-75 Brittany Smith.....................................................2004-05 Debra Smith........................................................1978-79 Crystal Steward..................................................1990-94 Sue Sullivan.........................................................1978-80 Ne’Dra Swancy...................................................2000-02

••• TTT •••

Ida Thomas..........................................................1993-94 Treasure Thomas...............................................1984-86 Joel Tillis................................................................1983-87 Lydia Timmons...................................................1990-92 Syvella Toston.....................................................1991-93

••• VVV •••

Carla Vickers........................................................1980-84

••• WWW •••

••• FFF •••

Ashley Wallis........................................................2006-pr. Pat West................................................................1975-77 Ebony Williams...................................................2004-07 Melanie Williams................................................2003-07 Sannisha Williams..............................................2007-pr. Stephanie Williams...........................................2001-05 Nedra Winston.................................2001-02, 2005-07 Renee Woodfin...................................................1985-89

Amy Faust............................................................2001-03 Christina Finch....................................................1992-93 D’Wayna Freeman.............................................2002-03

••• GGG •••

Angela Gaddy.....................................................1987-91 Tamla Garner.......................................................1995-96 Cathy Gebhardt..................................................1974-76 Martha Gilley.......................................................1976-78 Kay Golston.........................................................1981-85 Niela Gray.............................................................1995-99 Tina Green............................................................1999-02 Michele Gregory................................................1982-83 Gerline Guillaume.............................................2003-05 Annette Gutierrez..............................................1989-91

••• YYY •••

Jessica Ybarra......................................................1991-92

••• ZZZ •••

Marion Zollicoffer..............................................2008-pr.

Lottie Moore finished her career in eighth place all-time in steals with 182.

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1983-84

23-6 • 5-0 SLC NCAA Tournament Second Round

23-4 • 12-0 SLC • Final AP Rank (13) Southland Conference Champions NCAA Tournament Regional

• ULM’s 1982-83 squad became the first ever program in the schools history to win a NCAA Tournament game, a stunning 72-53 victory over Montana • At the time there were 27 individual game and season records set and two others tied • Freshman sensations Lisa Ingram and Eun Jung lee were named the school’s first every women’s basketball All-Americans • The Warhawks played Louisiana Tech and USC, each ranked No. 1 in the nation for a period during the season. (USC defeated Louisiana Tech in the national championship game). ULM’s potent offense scored more point against both teams than did another another in the nation • ULM won more games (23) and lost fewer (6) than any women’s basketball team in the then-eight-year history of women’s athletics at ULM • The Warhawks went undefeated in conference play, including contests against Lamar and McNeese State, each of which had defeated top-twenty teams during the year • ULM ranked among the top twenty teams in the nation in four of the eight team statistical categories by the NCAA, and ended the season ranked third in the nation in scoring

1982-83 ROSTER

1983-84 ROSTER

Head Coach: Linda Harper Assistant Coach: Cassie Macias

Head Coach: Linda Harper Assistant Coach: Roger Stockton

No. 5 10 11 14 22 25 33 34 40 41 42 44

Name Eun Jung Lee Carla Vicker Julie Mason Jocelyn Hill Michelle Gregory Rene Moseley Lisa Ingram Rene’ Antee Kelly Daneil Marie Robinson Angela Batts Maria Uffelman

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

Ht. 5-6 5-10 5-7 5-9 5-9 5-7 6-3 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-11

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

Hometown Seoul, South Korea Ashdown, Ark. Springfield, Tenn. Bonita, La. Plymouth, Mass. Denham Springs, La. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Pineville, La. Madisonville, Ky. McComb, Miss. Winnfield, La. Erin, Tenn.

FINAL STATISTICS Name FG-A Lisa Ingram 291-483 Eun Jung Lee 204-474 Jocelyn Hill 113-252 Marie Robinson 95-712 Angela Batts 92-186 Kay Golston 56-137 Julie Mason 36-65 Carla Vickers 35-59 Kelly Daniel 34-66 Rene’ Antee 23-64 Michelle Gregory 7-15 Rene Moseley 2-5 Totals 988-1978

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• The Warhawks cracked the Associated Press Top 20 poll in early Feb., of 1984 for the first time in the school’s history. By season’s end, ULM ranked No. 13 • ULM posted its second victory in two years in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, shocking No. 7 ranked Kansas State, 78-73 • The Warhawks shattered or tied, at the time, 21 individual and 11 team records • ULM rolled to its second straight Southland Conference Championship and an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. The Warhawks finished the conference season 12-0 • The Warhawks tied the school mark for wins in one season (23), but shattered the mark for fewest losses (4) • ULM ranked in four of the eight team statistical categories compiled by the NCAA • Warhawk sophomore Lisa Ingram and Eun Jung Lee were again all-Southland and All-American picks. Ingram also produced a 52-point effort for ULM in a victory over top-10 LSU

FG% FT-A FT% Ast. Stl. Reb-Avg. .602 90-126 .714 45 89 302-10.4 .430 132-172 .767 218 74 59-2.0 .448 39-92 .424 49 28 130-4.5 .133 61-109 .560 47 45 146-5.2 .495 65-98 .663 36 48 168-5.8 .409 34-58 .586 6 26 123-5.3 .554 28-47 .596 56 43 42-1.6 .593 25-31 .806 12 10 40-1.7 .515 20-37 .541 12 10 60-2.5 .359 12-20 .600 5 16 30-1.6 .467 7-15 .467 2 5 13-1.0 .400 2-2 1.000 3 1 2-0.4 .499 510-799 .638 496 399 1243-42.9

Pts.-Avg. 672-23.2 540-18.6 265-9.1 251-9.0 249-8.6 146-6.3 100-3.8 95-4.0 88-3.7 58-3.1 16-1.2 6-1.2 2486-85.7

No. 5 11 22 25 32 33 35 40 41 42 44 52

Name Eun Jung Lee Brenda Jordan Chrissa Hailey Debra Marshall Kay Golston Lisa Ingram Janice Saulsberry Joel Tillis Mattie Burnside Angela Batts Carla Vickers Kelly Daniel

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

Ht. 5-6 5-7 5-9 5-7 6-0 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-1

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

Hometown Seoul, South Korea Bonaire, Ga. Jena, La. Epps, La. Newellton, La. Fr. Lauderdale, Fla. Hardwick, Ga. Hammond, La. Noxapater, Miss. Winnfield, La. Ashdown, Ark. Madisonville, Ky.

FINAL STATISTICS Name FG-A Lisa Ingram 263-418 Eun Jung Lee 176-387 Angela Batts 143-253 Carla Vickers 94-178 Brenda Jordan 88-191 Chrissa Hailey 68-138 Joel Tills 28-63 Kay Golston 21-40 Mattie Burnside 13-39 Janice Saulsberry 12-26 Kelly Daniel 11-17 Jocelyn Hill 8-21 Debra Marshall 4-12 Totals 929-1783

FG% FT-A FT% Ast. Stl. Reb-Avg. .629 120-156 .769 36 43 317-11.7 .455 133-179 .743 279 68 76-2.8 .565 57-92 .620 29 38 205-8.2 .528 47-56 .839 48 18 93-3.4 .461 28-43 .651 37 27 75-2.8 .493 19-26 .731 46 22 43-1.7 .444 18-41 .439 17 12 49-2.0 .525 9-17 .529 3 10 33-1.9 .333 13-19 .684 2 1 21-4.2 .462 13-16 .8130 0 0 21-1.6 .647 6-10 .600 8 4 18-1.6 .381 4-11 .364 7 6 14-1.2 .333 2-4 .500 1 2 5-0.6 .521 469-670 .700 513 251 1066-39.5

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

Pts.-Avg. 646-23.9 485-18.0 343-13.7 235-8.7 204-7.6 155-6.0 74-3.1 51-3.0 39-7.8 37-2.8 28-2.5 20-1.7 10-1.1 2327-86.2


NCAA TOURNAMENT TEAMS 1984-85

1986-87

30-2 • 12-0 SLC • Final AP Rank (2) Southland Conference Champions NCAA Tournament Final Four

14-10 • 9-3 SLC Southland Conference Champions NCAA Tournament First Round

• ULM posted the nation’s best record, 30 wins and only two losses • The Warhawks Final Four run was the farthest any ULM women’s basketball team has made in the NCAA Tournament • The Warhawks opened the season with a victory and two games laster defeated nationally ranked Tennessee, 68-53, in the opening round of the Dial Classic in Minneaplis, Minn. • ULM would finish the season with five 100-point outings, including a seasonhigh 108 points in a win over Northwestern State • The Warhawks claimed their second tournament championship of the season at the Kangaroo Classic, including an overtime win over host-San Diego State • Then-freshman forward, Chana Perry, helped propel the Warhawks deeper into the NCAA Tournament with a 34 point and 14 rebound effort during a 8676 win over Louisiana Tech. It was the third time the two squads squared off on the hardwood. Perry was also named Regional MVP

• ULM claimed its fourth Southland Conference title, both regular and tournament winners, in five years, and posted its fifth-consecutive winning season at 14-10 • At the time, the Southland Conference records books marked a Warhawk player in the top spot in 22 individual categories and as a team ULM held 16 offensive records and five defensive records • Renee Woodfin turned in a stellar effort in the season-opener of the Warhawk’s season with a 21 rebound effort during a 92-67 win. Her rebounding performance set a new Fant-Ewing Coliseum record for rebounds in a game • ULM’s impressive 32 game winning-streak inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum ended at the hands of the nation’s top-ranked team, Texas, in a 85-60 loss • The Warhawks also had their unbelievable 43 game conference winningstreak snapped with a 72-71 loss to Arkansas State • Janice Saulsberry, a senior foward, became only the third Warhawk to ever have back-to-back 30-point games in Fant-Ewing Coliseum. She went on to claim two Southland Conference Player of the Week honors

1984-85 ROSTER No. 5 10 11 14 20 22 23 25 32 33 35 40 50 52

Name Eun Jung Lee Tresure Thomas Brenda Jordan Jocelyn Hill Mary Lynn Rivers Chrissa Hailey Chana Perry Debra Marshall Kay Golston Lisa Ingram Janice Saulsberry Joel Tills Renne Woodfin Kelly Daniel

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

Ht. 5-6 5-11 5-7 5-9 5-7 5-9 6-4 5-7 6-0 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-1

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

Hometown Seoul, South Korea DeRidder, La. Bonaire, Ga. Bonita, La. Natchez, Miss. Jena, La. Brookhaven, Miss. Epps, La. Newellton, La. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Hardwick, Ga. Hammond, La. Washington, D.C. Madisonville, Ky.

1986-87 ROSTER No. 10 12 14 20 22 24 32 40 50 52

Name Brenda Spicer Veronica Ridgell Lorrie Guimbellot Lavette Loyd Chrissa Hailey Jerene Anderson Stacey Pellegrin Joel Tills Renee Woodfin Janice Saulsberry

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

Ht. 5-6 5-7 5-6 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-8 5-10 6-1 5-11

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

Hometown Jena, La. Dubach, La. Winnsboro, La. Jonesboro, La. Jena, La. Shreveport, La Houma, La. Hammond, La. Washington, D.C. Hardwick, Ga.

Head Coach: Linda Harper Assistant Coach: Janie Fincher Assistant Coach: Roger Stockton

Head Coach: Linda Harper Assistant Coach: Joy Shamburger Assistant Coach: Roger Stockton

FINAL STATISTICS Name FG-A FG% FT-A FT% Ast. Stl. Reb-Avg. Lisa Ingram 262-477 .549 91-129 .705 47 40 279-9.6 Eun Jung Lee 222-469 .473 132-183 .721 284 75 96-3.0 Chana Perry 228-397 .574 111-145 .766 16 41 387-12.5 Chrissa Hailey 117-262 .447 23-39 .590 81 60 81-2.5 Jocelyn Hill 75-178 .421 19-40 .475 22 26 195-6.1 Brenda Jordan 53-133 .398 33-46 .717 30 18 71-2.2 Kay Golston 43-82 .524 21-28 .750 3 9 57-2.5 Janice Saulsberry 33-90 .367 31-59 .525 2 3 83-2.9 Joel Tills 33-72 .458 20-35 .571 12 4 68-2.7 Treasure Thomas 11-25 .440 8-15 .533 4 4 14-0.9 Renee Woodfin 8-11 .727 10-12 .833 1 4 16-3.2 Kelly Daniel 9-27 .333 3-8 .375 9 7 15-1.1 Lynn Rivers 5-11 .455 3-4 .750 4 4 12-1.5 Debra Marshall 2-6 .330 1-4 .250 1 0 2-0.5 Totals 1101-2240 .492 506-747 .677 516 296 1509-47.2

Pts.-Avg. 615-21.2 576-18.0 567-18.3 257-8.0 169-5.3 139-4.3 107-4.7 97-3.3 86-3.4 30-1.9 26-5.2 21-1.5 13-1.6 5-1.3 2708-84.6

FINAL STATISTICS Name FG-A FG% FT-A Chrissa Hailey 167-405 .412 3-9 Veronica Ridgell 144-304 .474 3-9 Joel Tills 118-270 .437 0-0 Janice Saulsberry 129-277 .466 0-0 Renee Woodfin 104-230 .452 0-0 Stacey Pellegrin 26-67 .388 0-0 Jerene Anderson 5-19 .263 0-1 Lavette Loyd 3-11 .273 0-0 Lorrie Guimbellot 0-3 .000 0-0 Totals 696-1586 .439 6-19

FT% 3FG-A 3FG% Ast. Stl. Rb/a Pts./a .333 55-79 .696 94 52 101-4.2 392-6.3 .333 53-72 .736 86 42 87-3.6 344 -4.3 .000 98-136 .721 67 27 226-9.4 334-13.9 .000 74-109 .679 36 21 183-7.6 332-13.8 .000 72-110 .655 13 30 232-9.7 280-11.7 .000 30-46 .652 13 13 35-1.8 82-4.1 .000 4-7 .571 8 5 12-1.1 14-1.3 .000 6-10 .600 0 5 14-1.2 12-1.0 .000 3-8 .375 2 3 4-1.0 3-0.8 .316 395-577 .685 319 198 997-41.5 1793-74.7

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TEAM/INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS TEAM GAME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

Most Points Scored Game...................117......................................... (W 117-78) vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 First Half..............64.................................................................. vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 Second Half.......63..............................................................vs. San Diego State, 01/15/86 Fewest Points Scored Game...................33.................................................................................at Denver, 01/06/07 Half.......................12 ........................................................vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/17/01 Largest Margin of Victory 61..........................................................................................(100-39) vs. Cheyney, 12/06/85 61......................................................................................(94-33) vs. North Texas, 02/26/85 Most Points Allowed Game...................118........................................................ (118-86) vs. Alabama, 11/29/91 Half.......................68.................................................................(1st), vs. Alabama, 11/29/91 Fewest Points Allowed Game...................28................................................................... (71-28) vs. Tulane, 1975-76 Half.......................10...................................................................... vs. North Texas, 02/06/85 Most Double Digit Scorers 6, 4 times...........Most Recent-vs. Grambling (12/13/1997)....Katrina Barnett (16), Monica Davis (16), Tamieka Lewis (15), Tierra Carr (14), Terri Butler (13), Ilona Hollosy (11) Most FGs Attempted 88.................................................................................................................. vs. Xavier, 1978-79 Most Field Goals Made 49................................................................................................. vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 Best Field Goal Percentage Game...................64.8 . ..........................................................(46 of 71), vs. Iona, 02/28/86 Half.......................77.0 . ...................................................... (20 of 26), vs. Miami, 12/30/85 Worst Field Goal Percentage Game...................17.2..............................................................................at Denver, 01/06/07 Half.......................15.4................................................................vs. Sam Houston, 01/02/97 Most Free Throw Attempts 59........................................................................................................vs. Centenary, 01/09/81 Most Free Throws Made 38, (of 49) ............................................................................. vs. Texas-Arlington, 02/16/91 Best Free Throw Percentage Game...................1.000 (13-for-13) ......................... vs. Northwestern State, 12/09/08 Half.......................1.000 (20-for-20, 1st) ........................... vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/23/86 Most 3-Point Goal Attempts 28 (made 10) ..................................................................vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/15/92 Most 3-Point Goals Made 14 (of 24) .......................................................................vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 02/11/09 Best 3-Point Goal % (Minimum 10 attempts) Game...................83.3 (10 of 12).......................... vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 01/04/90 Half ......................85.7(Min. 5 attempts) (6 of 7)................. vs. New Mexico, 12/05/99 Most Rebounds 75.................................................................................................... vs. North Texas, 02/26/85 Most Double Digit Rebounders 4 . ..........................vs. North Texas (2/26/85)..............Chana Perry (16), Joel Tillis (13), ...........................................................................................Jocelyn Hill (12), Lisa Ingram (10) Most Assists 34................................................................................................. vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 Most Steals 27..................................................................................................... vs. North Texas, 02/05/83 Most Turnovers 46................................................................................................ vs. Louisiana Tech, 1981-82 Fewest Turnovers 6....................................... vs. Nicholls State (1/15/94); vs. Southwest Texas, 01/20/01 Most Opponent Turnovers 43..................................................................................................vs. South Florida, 02/18/81 Most Blocked Shots 14....................................................................................... vs. Sam Houston State 01/16/93 Most Points Both Teams 214............................................................... (L, 105-99) vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 Fewest Points, Both Teams 84............................................................................................ (L, 33-51) at Denver, 01/06/07 Most Fouls Committed 35............................................................................................... vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/07/91 Fewest Fouls Committed 2....................................................................................................................... vs. Troy, 12/04/98 Most Players Fouled Out 5.......................................................................................... vs. Northwestern State, 1978-79 Best Defensive Shooting Percentage Game...................19.0 (15 of 79)............................................... vs. North Texas, 02/26/85 Half.......................13.2 (5 of 38)................................................. vs. North Texas, 02/26/85

Most Points Scored Game.........................53........................ Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half.............................30......................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Most Field Goals Made Game.................21 (of 29),............................................... Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Most Field Goals Attempted Game................. 29 (21-29) .............................................. Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Best Field Goal Percentage Game.............. 1.000 (12-12)............... Cindy Head vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 Most Free Throws Made Game................. 17 (17-19).................. Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half................. 11 (of 12, 2nd). Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Consecutive Free Throws Made 22................................................................................................ LaJeanna Howard, 2004-05 Most Free Throws Attempted Game................. 19 (17-19)................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss., 1990-91 Half..................... 12 (11-12)....... Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Best Free-Throw Percentage Game....... 1.000 (minimum 10).Karen Hopson (16-16) vs. North Texas, 03/01/93 Half..................1.000 (10 -10)................... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/23/86 Most 3-Point Goals Made Game....................9 (9-15)...............Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Half.............................. 7....................Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio , 12/30/93 Consecutive games with a 3-pointer 23........................................................................................................... Jesse Carrier, 2008-09 Most 3-Point Goal Attempts Game.................. 16 ( 8-16).......... Felicia Chimney vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/15/92 Half................12 (1st, made 7).......Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Best 3-Point Goal Percentage Game...... 1.000 (minimum 4-4).... Jessie Carrier (5-5) at Southern Miss, 11/20/07 Most Rebounds Game.........................26........Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1977-78 Most Assists Game.........................17....................................................Eun Jung Lee vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Most Points Scored Game.........................53........................ Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half.............................30......................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Most Field Goals Made Game.................21 (of 29),..................................................Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 1/18/84 Most Field Goals Attempted Game................. 29 (21-29) .................................................Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 1/18/84 Best Field Goal Percentage Game.............. 1.000 (12-12)............... Cindy Head vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 Most Free Throws Made Game................. 17 (17-19).................. Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half................. 11 (of 12, 2nd).. Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Consecutive Free Throws Made 23.........................................................................................Jesse Carrier, 2006-07, 2007-08 Most Free Throws Attempted Game................. 19 (17-19).................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 1990-91 Half..................... 12 (11-12)....... Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Best Free-Throw Percentage Game....... 1.000 (minimum 10).Karen Hopson (16-16) vs. North Texas, 03/01/93 Half..................1.000 (10 -10)................... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/23/86 Most 3-Point Goals Made Game....................9 (9-15)...............Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Half.............................. 7.....................Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Consecutive games with a 3-pointer Game.........................19............................................................... Ronda Harrison, 1993-94 Most 3-Point Goal Attempts Game.................. 16 ( 8-16).......... Felicia Chimney vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/15/92 Half................12 (1st, made 7).......Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Best 3-Point Goal Percentage Game...... 1.000 (minimum 4-4)..... Jessie Carrier (5-5)at Southern Miss, 11/20/07 Most Rebounds Game.........................26........Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1977-78 Most Assists Game.........................17....................................................Eun Jung Lee vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Most Blocked Shots Game.......................... 9.............. Cassandra Barker vs. Sam Houston State, 02/20/92 Most Steals Game.........................10.............................. Felisha Edwards vs. North Texas, 01/23/88 Most Turnovers Game.........................10............................................. Veronica Ridgell vs. BYU, 12/30/87 .................................................................................................Joel Tillis vs. Kansas, 03/11/87 ................................................................Markita Jennings vs. McNeese State, 02/07/95

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MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS The Last Time ULM...

Scored over 100 points.......................................... 101 vs. Grambling (W, 101-75).....................................................13/13/97 Scored under 50 points......................................... 40 vs. UALR (L, 40-52)......................................................................03/07/09 Scored under 60 points & won........................... 31 vs. FIU (W, 53-31).........................................................................01/24/09 Opponent scored 100 points.............................. 103 at Middle Tennessee (L, 59-103)..........................................12/17/06 Opponent scored under 40 points................... 31 vs. FIU (W, 53-31).........................................................................01/24/09 Won in overtime...................................................... 65-59 at Louisiana-Lafayette........................................................02/13/08 Lost in overtime....................................................... 65-68 vs. Denver................................................................................02/16/08 Shot over 60% FGs.................................................. 60.9 (28-46) vs. Middle Tennessee (L, 70-83)...........................02/07/07 Shot under 30% FGs............................................... 31 vs. FIU (W, 53-31).........................................................................01/24/09 Held its opponent under 30%............................ 26.4 (14-53) vs. McNeese St. (W, 77-40)....................................11/09/07 Shot over 80 field goals......................................... 80 (made 28) vs. North Texas (L, 70-92)....................................02/04/95 Was perfect on FTs.................................................. 13-of-13 vs. Northwestern State (W, 62-57)............................23/09/08 Shot over 90% on FTs............................................. 13-of-13 vs. Northwestern State (W, 62-57)............................23/09/08 Shot over 40 FTs....................................................... 41 (made 30) vs. New Orleans (W, 66-65).................................12/21/99 Shot less than 10 free throws.............................. 31 vs. FIU (W, 53-31).........................................................................01/24/09 Made 10 3-point baskets...................................... 14-of-24 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (W, 82-53)............................02/11/09 Had 60 rebounds..................................................... 61 at Nicholls State (W, 73-68 OT)..............................................01/04/96 Had less than 30 rebounds.................................. 25 vs. Arkansas State (L, 63-66)....................................................02/28/09 Six players scored in double figures: ULM 101, Grambling 75; 1997-98 . ................... Barnett 16, Davis 16, Lewis 15, Carr 14, Butler 13, Hollosy 11 ULM 94, Mercer 82; 1983-84 . ............................. Lee 25, Batts 17, Burnside 12, Hailey 12, Ingram 12, Vickers 12 ULM 100, Lamar 74; 1983-84............................... Ingram 19, Lee 17, Vickers 13, Hailey 12, Batts 10, Jordan 10 ULM 86, Lamar 76; 1981-82................................. Golston 16, Daniel 14, Vickers 14, Batts 12, Mosley 10, M. Robinson 10 Five players scored in double figures: ULM 100, Cheyney 39; 1985-86.......................... Ingram 23, Lee 13, Perry 12, Hill 10, Saulsberry 10 ULM 88, Mississippi College 58; 1986-87........ Ridgell 12, Hailey 26, Tillis 20, Woodfin 12, Saulsberry 14 ULM 94, Texas-Arlington 75; 1986-87............... Ridgell 14, Hailey 20, Tillis 15, Woodfin 19, Saulsberry 20 McNeese 78, ULM 75; 1986-87........................... Ridgell 14, Hailey 19, Tillis 15, Woodfin 11, Saulsberry 12 ULM 92, Alcorn 67; 1986-87 ............................... Ridgell 14, Hailey 21, Tillis 11, Woodfin 26, Saulsberry 16 ULM 96, Lamar 58; 1986-87................................. Ridgell 11, Hailey 20, Tillis 19, Woodfin 17, Saulsberry 23 ULM 82, Boise State 67; 1987-88 . ..................... Woodfin 20, Ridgell 17, D. Johnson 13, Edwards 11, K. Lee 10 ULM 82, Texas-San Antonio 65; 1995-96......... Bell 17, Hauter 17, Davis 13, Carr 10, Gray 10 ULM 74, Southeastern La. 70; 2001-02............ Williams 16, Butler 12, Faust 10, Cox 10, Randle 10

Largest Margins of Defeat

62.........Southeastern 114, ULM 52 (77-78) 60.........Louisiana Tech 102, ULM 42 (81-82) 58.........Louisiana Tech 98, ULM 48 (95-96) 56.........Louisiana Tech 100, ULM 44 (93-94) 54.........Louisiana Tech 97, ULM 43 (97-98) 53.........Louisiana Tech 93, ULM 50 (81-82) 52.........Arkansas 99, ULM 47 (01-02) 51.........Louisiana Tech 116, ULM 65 (74-75) 50.........Stephen F. Austin 98, ULM 48 (95-96) 48.........Mississippi 102, ULM 54 (94-95) 48.........Louisiana Tech 100, ULM 52 (79-80) 47.........Mississippi 90, ULM 43 (94-95) 46.........Louisiana Tech 104, ULM 58 (82-83) 44.........Mississippi 90, ULM 46 (95-96) Middle Tennessee 103, ULM 59 (06-07) 43.........Southeastern 101, ULM 58 (76-77)

Largest Margins of Victory

61................ULM 100, Cheyney 39 (85-86) ULM 94, North Texas 33 (84-85) 52................ULM 107, Iona 55 (85-86) ULM 102, Jackson State 50 (84-85) 51................ULM 106, Lamar 55 (85-86) 50................ULM 99, Centenary 49 (00-01) ULM 92, Centenary 42 (82-83) 47................ULM 113, UNC-Asheville 66 (89-90) 46................ULM 109, San Diego St.63 (85-86) ULM 100, UT-Arlington 54 (84-85) ULM 86, Lamar 40 (03-04) 45................ULM 98, North Texas 53 (82-83) 44................ULM 83, Northwestern State 39 (06-07) 43................ULM 71, Tulane 28 (75-76) ULM 82, Nicholls State 39 (93-94) 42................ULM 95, Texas-Arlington 52 (84-85) ULM 102, Miss. College 60 (88-89) 41................ULM 92, Lamar 51 (97-98) ULM 84, Alcorn State 43 (84-85) LM 92, North Texas 51 (83-84) ULM 95, Nicholls State 54 (82-83) ULM 107, Nicholls 66 (80-81)

PLAYERS WHO HAVE PLAYED PROFESSIONALY

Renee Woodfin..................................... Australia, Ulverstone.................................................................................1990-1991 Lisa Ingram............................................ Israel, ..............................................................................................................1997-1999 Lisa Ingram............................................ Italy, Anzio ...................................................................................................1988-1992 Lisa Ingram............................................ Italy, Viterbo..................................................................................................1986-1988 Eun Jung Lee......................................... Italy, Ferrara .................................................................................................1988-1989 Lisa Ingram............................................ New Zealand................................................................................................1986-1988 Jab Johnson........................................... Spain, Canoe,Barcelona ..........................................................................1990-1991 Eun Jung Lee......................................... Sweden, Club Visby AIK, Gotland ........................................................1986-1987 Felisha Edwards.................................... Sweden, Idrotts Forening, Solna...........................................................1991-1992 Felisha Edwards.................................... U.S.A., Athletes in Action .................................................................... 92-93, 98-99 Nina Randle........................................... Switzerland..............................................................................................................2005 LaJeanna Howard................................ Norway......................................................................................................................2008

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TOP INDIVIDUAL GAME PERFORMANCES WARHAWK 50-POINT GAMES 53......... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss., 1990-91 52......... Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 1983-84 WARHAWK 40-POINT GAMES 46......... Lisa Ingram vs. Iona, 1985-86 41......... Lisa Ingram vs. Centenary, 1982-83 41......... Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern St., 1988-89 WARHAWK 30-POINT GAMES 38......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana Tech, 1977-78 37......... Jab Johnson vs. Northwestern State, 1989-90 36......... Felicia Chimney vs. Sam Houston State, 1991-92 36......... Jab Johnson vs. UNC-Asheville, 1989-90 36......... Lisa Ingram vs. Texas, 1983-84 36......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. Southeastern, 1977-78 35......... Jab Johnson vs. Southwest Texas, 1988-89 35......... Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 1987-88 35......... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1985-86# 35......... Lisa Ingram vs. Mississippi College, 1983-84 35......... Lisa Ingram vs. McNeese State, 1983-84 35......... Linda Andrews vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 35......... Betsy Kimball vs. Nicholls State, 1975-76 34......... Eun Jung Lee vs. Texas-Arlington, 1985-86# 34......... Chana Perry vs. McNeese State, 1984-85 34......... Lisa Ingram vs. Penn State, 1983-84 34......... Lisa Ingram vs. Montana, 1982-83 34.......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1977-78 33......... Renee Woodfin vs. McNeese State, 1987-88 33......... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana Tech, 1984-85 33......... Eun Jung Lee vs. Kansas, 1983-84 33......... Cindy Head vs. Nicholls State, 1976-77 33......... Cindy Head vs. Louisiana Tech, 1974-75 32......... Felisha Edwards vs. Sam Houston, 1990-91 32......... Jab Johnson vs. Northwestern State, 1987-88 32......... Renee Woodfin vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1987-88 32......... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana Tech, 1985-86 32......... Lisa Ingram vs. Northwestern State, 1984-85 32......... Lisa Ingram vs. Miss. College, 1982-83 32......... M. Mossbarger vs. Delta State, 1979-80 31......... Jab Johnson vs. McNeese State, 1988-89 31......... Jab Johnson vs. Texas Tech, 1988-89 31......... Jab Johnson vs. Sam Houston State, 1987-88 31......... Renee Woodfin vs. Southeastern, 1987-88 31..........Janice Saulsberry vs. Northwestern State, 1986-87 31......... Janice Saulsberry vs. Texas-Arlington, 1986-87 31......... Chana Perry vs. Louisiana Tech, 1984-85 31......... Lisa Ingram vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1983-84 31......... Lisa Ingram vs. Northwestern State, 1983-84 31......... Lisa Ingram vs. Nicholls State, 1982-83 31......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. Xavier, 1978-79 31......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana Tech, 1978-79 31......... Terri Butler vs. Texas-San Antonio, 1997-98 30......... Scharlotte Jordan vs. McNeese State, 1994-95 30......... Crystal Steward vs. McNeese State, 1992-93 30......... Felicia Chimney vs. Texas-San Antonio, 1991-92 30......... Jab Johnson vs. Southeastern, 1988-89 30......... Renee Woodfin vs. McNeese State, 1987-88 30......... Jab Johnson vs. Mississippi College, 1987-88 30......... Lisa Ingram vs. Lamar, 1985-86 30......... Lisa Ingram vs. Arkansas State, 1985-86* 30......... Eun Jung Lee vs. Arkansas State, 1985-86* 30......... Lisa Ingram vs. Mississippi College, 1984-85 30......... Lisa Ingram vs. Minnesota, 1984-85 30......... Lisa Ingram vs. Fullerton State, 1984-85 30......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. Northwestern 1978-79 30......... Marlena Mossbarger vs. La. College, 1977-78 30......... Betsy Kimball vs. Northwestern State, 1976-77 30......... Cindy Head vs. Louisiana Tech, 1974-75 * - In the same game # - Consecutive games

INTERNATIONAL PLAYERS

U.S. Team Trials Lisa Ingram............................................................... 1983 Chana Perry.............................................................. 1985 Chana Perry.............................................................. 1986 World Games-Japan Chana Perry.............................................................. 1985 U.S. Olympic Trials Lisa Ingram............................................................... 1984 Pan-American Games Lisa Ingram............................................................... 1983

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TEAM/INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS TEAM GAME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

Most Points Scored Game...................117......................................... (W 117-78) vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 First Half..............64.................................................................. vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 Second Half.......63..............................................................vs. San Diego State, 01/15/86 Fewest Points Scored Game...................33.................................................................................at Denver, 01/06/07 Half.......................12 ........................................................vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/17/01 Largest Margin of Victory 61..........................................................................................(100-39) vs. Cheyney, 12/06/85 61......................................................................................(94-33) vs. North Texas, 02/26/85 Most Points Allowed Game...................118........................................................ (118-86) vs. Alabama, 11/29/91 Half.......................68.................................................................(1st), vs. Alabama, 11/29/91 Fewest Points Allowed Game...................28................................................................... (71-28) vs. Tulane, 1975-76 Half.......................10...................................................................... vs. North Texas, 02/06/85 Most Double Digit Scorers 6, 4 times...........Most Recent-vs. Grambling (12/13/1997)....Katrina Barnett (16), Monica Davis (16), Tamieka Lewis (15), Tierra Carr (14), Terri Butler (13), Ilona Hollosy (11) Most FGs Attempted 88.................................................................................................................. vs. Xavier, 1978-79 Most Field Goals Made 49................................................................................................. vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 Best Field Goal Percentage Game...................64.8 . ..........................................................(46 of 71), vs. Iona, 02/28/86 Half.......................77.0 . ...................................................... (20 of 26), vs. Miami, 12/30/85 Worst Field Goal Percentage Game...................17.2..............................................................................at Denver, 01/06/07 Half.......................15.4................................................................vs. Sam Houston, 01/02/97 Most Free Throw Attempts 59........................................................................................................vs. Centenary, 01/09/81 Most Free Throws Made 38, (of 49) ............................................................................. vs. Texas-Arlington, 02/16/91 Best Free Throw Percentage Game...................1.000 (13-for-13) ......................... vs. Northwestern State, 12/09/08 Half.......................1.000 (20-for-20, 1st) ........................... vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/23/86 Most 3-Point Goal Attempts 28 (made 10) ..................................................................vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/15/92 Most 3-Point Goals Made 14 (of 24) .......................................................................vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 02/11/09 Best 3-Point Goal % (Minimum 10 attempts) Game...................83.3 (10 of 12).......................... vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 01/04/90 Half ......................85.7(Min. 5 attempts) (6 of 7)................. vs. New Mexico, 12/05/99 Most Rebounds 75.................................................................................................... vs. North Texas, 02/26/85 Most Double Digit Rebounders 4 . ..........................vs. North Texas (2/26/85)..............Chana Perry (16), Joel Tillis (13), ...........................................................................................Jocelyn Hill (12), Lisa Ingram (10) Most Assists 34................................................................................................. vs. Nicholls State, 12/11/82 Most Steals 27..................................................................................................... vs. North Texas, 02/05/83 Most Turnovers 46................................................................................................ vs. Louisiana Tech, 1981-82 Fewest Turnovers 6....................................... vs. Nicholls State (1/15/94); vs. Southwest Texas, 01/20/01 Most Opponent Turnovers 43..................................................................................................vs. South Florida, 02/18/81 Most Blocked Shots 14....................................................................................... vs. Sam Houston State 01/16/93 Most Points Both Teams 214............................................................... (L, 105-99) vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 Fewest Points, Both Teams 84............................................................................................ (L, 33-51) at Denver, 01/06/07 Most Fouls Committed 35............................................................................................... vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/07/91 Fewest Fouls Committed 2....................................................................................................................... vs. Troy, 12/04/98 Most Players Fouled Out 5.......................................................................................... vs. Northwestern State, 1978-79 Best Defensive Shooting Percentage Game...................19.0 (15 of 79)............................................... vs. North Texas, 02/26/85 Half.......................13.2 (5 of 38)................................................. vs. North Texas, 02/26/85

Most Points Scored Game.........................53........................ Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half.............................30......................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Most Field Goals Made Game.................21 (of 29),............................................... Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Most Field Goals Attempted Game................. 29 (21-29) .............................................. Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Best Field Goal Percentage Game.............. 1.000 (12-12)............... Cindy Head vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 Most Free Throws Made Game................. 17 (17-19).................. Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half................. 11 (of 12, 2nd). Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Consecutive Free Throws Made 22................................................................................................ LaJeanna Howard, 2004-05 Most Free Throws Attempted Game................. 19 (17-19)................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss., 1990-91 Half..................... 12 (11-12)....... Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Best Free-Throw Percentage Game....... 1.000 (minimum 10).Karen Hopson (16-16) vs. North Texas, 03/01/93 Half..................1.000 (10 -10)................... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/23/86 Most 3-Point Goals Made Game....................9 (9-15)...............Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Half.............................. 7....................Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio , 12/30/93 Consecutive games with a 3-pointer 19.................................................................................................... Ronda Harrison, 1993-94 Most 3-Point Goal Attempts Game.................. 16 ( 8-16).......... Felicia Chimney vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/15/92 Half................12 (1st, made 7).......Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Best 3-Point Goal Percentage Game...... 1.000 (minimum 4-4).... Jessie Carrier (5-5) at Southern Miss, 11/20/07 Most Rebounds Game.........................26........Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1977-78 Most Assists Game.........................17....................................................Eun Jung Lee vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Most Points Scored Game.........................53........................ Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half.............................30......................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Most Field Goals Made Game.................21 (of 29),..................................................Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 1/18/84 Most Field Goals Attempted Game................. 29 (21-29) .................................................Lisa Ingram vs. LSU, 1/18/84 Best Field Goal Percentage Game.............. 1.000 (12-12)............... Cindy Head vs. Northwestern State, 1977-78 Most Free Throws Made Game................. 17 (17-19).................. Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 03/01/91 Half................. 11 (of 12, 2nd).. Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Consecutive Free Throws Made 22................................................................................................ LaJeanna Howard, 2004-05 Most Free Throws Attempted Game................. 19 (17-19).................... Felisha Edwards vs. Southern Miss, 1990-91 Half..................... 12 (11-12)....... Veronica Ridgell vs. Northwestern State, 03/02/89 Best Free-Throw Percentage Game....... 1.000 (minimum 10).Karen Hopson (16-16) vs. North Texas, 03/01/93 Half..................1.000 (10 -10)................... Eun Jung Lee vs. Louisiana Tech, 01/23/86 Most 3-Point Goals Made Game....................9 (9-15)...............Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Half.............................. 7.....................Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Consecutive games with a 3-pointer Game.........................19............................................................... Ronda Harrison, 1993-94 Most 3-Point Goal Attempts Game.................. 16 ( 8-16).......... Felicia Chimney vs. Texas-San Antonio, 02/15/92 Half................12 (1st, made 7).......Angela Branch vs. Texas-San Antonio, 12/30/93 Best 3-Point Goal Percentage Game...... 1.000 (minimum 4-4)..... Jessie Carrier (5-5)at Southern Miss, 11/20/07 Most Rebounds Game.........................26........Marlena Mossbarger vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 1977-78 Most Assists Game.........................17....................................................Eun Jung Lee vs. LSU, 01/18/84 Most Blocked Shots Game.......................... 9.............. Cassandra Barker vs. Sam Houston State, 02/20/92 Most Steals Game.........................10.............................. Felisha Edwards vs. North Texas, 01/23/88 Most Turnovers Game.........................10............................................. Veronica Ridgell vs. BYU, 12/30/87 .................................................................................................Joel Tillis vs. Kansas, 03/11/87 ................................................................Markita Jennings vs. McNeese State, 02/07/95

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INDIVIDUAL YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS POINTS

YEAR..............NAME....................................... PTS 1974-75.............Cindy Head....................................... 431 1975-76.............Betsy Kimball................................... 552 1976-77.............Betsy Kimball................................... 371 1977-78.............Marlena Mossbarger..................... 510 1978-79.............Marlena Mossbarger..................... 516 1979-80.............Marlena Mossbarger..................... 531 1980-81.............Carla Vickers..................................... 301 1981-82.............Angela Batts..................................... 398 1982-83.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 672 1983-84.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 646 1984-85.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 615 1985-86.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 668 1986-87.............Chrissa Hailey................................... 392 1987-88.............Veronica Ridgell.............................. 538 1988-89.............Jab Johnson...................................... 533 1989-90.............Jab Johnson...................................... 515 1990-91.............Felisha Edwards............................... 549 1991-92.............Felicia Chimney............................... 398 1992-93.............Crystal Steward............................... 425 1993-94.............Ronda Harrison............................... 535 1994-95.............Scharlotte Jordan........................... 394 1995-96.............Anita Bell........................................... 359 1996-97.............Terri Butler......................................... 293 1997-98.............Terri Butler......................................... 361 1998-99.............Monica Davis.................................... 341 1999-00.............Terri Butler......................................... 287 2000-01.............Terri Butler......................................... 460 2001-02.............Mykala Alewine............................... 337 2002-03.............Nina Randle...................................... 310 2003-04.............Nina Randle...................................... 382 2004-05.............Nina Randle...................................... 396 2005-06.............LaJeanna Howard........................... 347 2006-07.............LaJeanna Howard........................... 368 2007-08.............Shannon Lloyd................................ 312 2008-09.............Lottie Moore..................................... 372

REBOUNDS

YEAR..............NAME.......................................REB 1974-75.............(rebounding not kept) 1975-76.............Betsy Kimball................................... 289 1976-77.............Linda Andrews................................. 288 1977-78.............Marlena Mossbarger..................... 244 1978-79.............Linda Andrews................................. 192 1979-80.............Linda Newcomb.............................. 278 1980-81.............Angela Batts..................................... 210 1981-82.............Angela Batts..................................... 205 1982-83.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 302 1983-84.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 317 1984-85.............Chana Perry...................................... 387 1985-86.............Lisa Ingram....................................... 275 1986-87.............Renee Woodfin................................ 232 1987-88.............Jab Johnson...................................... 303 1988-89.............Jab Johnson...................................... 382 1989-90.............Jab Johnson...................................... 321 1990-91.............Felisha Edwards............................... 252 1991-92.............Crystal Steward............................... 210 1992-93.............Crystal Steward............................... 212 1993-94.............Crystal Steward............................... 241 1994-95.............Scharlotte Jordan........................... 185 1995-96.............Niela Gray.......................................... 159 1996-97.............Terri Butler......................................... 200 1997-98.............Tamika Lewis.................................... 216 1998-99.............Niela Gray.......................................... 262 1999-00 ............Tamika Lewis.................................... 268 2000-01.............Terri Butler......................................... 235 2001-02.............Nina Randle...................................... 189 2002-03.............Nina Randle...................................... 204 2003-04.............Nina Randle...................................... 224 2004-05.............Michelle Biley................................... 180 2005-06.............Michelle Biley................................... 194 2006-07.............Nedra Winston................................. 166 2007-08.............Shannon Lloyd................................ 189 2008-09.............Sannisha Williams........................... 193

ASSISTS

YEAR..............NAME.......................................AST 1974-75.............(assists not kept) 1975-76.............Carolyn Epting....................................81 1976-77.............Pat West................................................52 1977-78.............Martha Gilley.................................... 100 1978-79.............Sue Sullivan...................................... 159 1979-80.............Sue Sullivan...................................... 118 1980-81.............Rene Moseley......................................60 1981-82.............Rene Moseley......................................80 1982-83.............Eun Jung Lee.................................... 218

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1983-84.............Eun Jung Lee.................................... 279 1984-85.............Eun Jung Lee.................................... 284 1985-86.............Eun Jung Lee.................................... 197 1986-87.............Chrissa Hailey......................................94 1987-88.............Veronica Ridgell.............................. 200 1988-89.............Veronica Ridgell.............................. 137 1989-90.............Karen Hopson.....................................94 1990-91.............Karen Hopson.................................. 117 1991-92.............Ronda Harrison............................... 126 1992-93.............Karen Hopson.................................. 111 1993-94.............Ronda Harrison............................... 167 1994-95.............Markita Jennings...............................76 1995-96.............Katrina Barnett...................................87 1996-97.............Katrina Barnett................................ 108 1997-98.............Katrina Barnett................................ 134 1998-99.............Katrina Barnett................................ 101 1999-00.............Ilona Hollosy........................................96 2000-01.............Terri Butler......................................... 113 2001-02.............Mykala Alewine..................................27 2002-03.............Nicole Cox............................................63 2003-04.............Nina Randle.........................................83 2004-05.............April O’Neal...................................... 109 2005-06.............April O’Neal...................................... 114 2006-07.............LaJeanna Howard..............................96 2007-08.............LaJeanna Howard........................... 131 2008-09.............Lottie Moore..................................... 111

STEALS

YEAR..............NAME....................................... STL 1979-80.............Linda Newcomb.................................47 1980-81.............Angela Batts........................................53 1981-82.............Angela Batts........................................69 1982-83.............Lisa Ingram..........................................89 1983-84.............Eun Jung Lee.......................................68 1984-85.............Eun Jung Lee.......................................75 1985-86.............Eun Jung Lee.......................................80 1986-88.............Chrissa Hailey......................................52 1987-88.............Felisha Edwards..................................56 1988-89.............Felisha Edwards..................................59 1989-90.............Ranita Bolton......................................53 1990-91.............Felisha Edwards..................................80 1991-92.............Rhonda Harrison................................61 1992-93.............Rhonda Harrison................................62 1993-94.............Rhonda Harrison................................84 1994-95.............Markita Jennings...............................65 1995-96.............Angela Branch....................................51 1996-97.............Katrina Barnett...................................41 1997-98.............Tiera Carr..............................................54 1998-99.............Niela Gray.............................................49 1999-00.............Ilona Hollosy........................................49 2000-01.............Ilona Hollosy........................................42 2001-02.............Nina Randle.........................................56 2002-03.............Nina Randle...................................... 100 2003-04.............Nina Randle.........................................96 2004-05.............Nina Randle...................................... 107 2005-06.............O’Neal, April.........................................46 .............................LaJeanna Howard..............................46 2006-07.............LaJeanna Howard..............................38 2007-08.............Lottie Moore........................................64 2008-09.............Lottie Moore........................................70

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

YEAR..............NAME.......................................PCT 1974-75.............Cindy Head (123-n/a).....................n/a 1975-76.............Betsy Kimball (233-418).............. .557 1976-77.............Cindy Head (125-261).................. .479 1977-78.............Marlena Mossbarger (214-371)..576 1978-79.............Linda Andrews (133-232)........... .573 1979-80.............Marlena Mossbarger (214-371)..542 1980-81.............Carla Vickers (121-261)................ .464 .............................Angela Batts (97-209)................... .464 1981-82.............Kay Golston (95-176).................... .540 1982-83.............Lisa Ingram (291-483).................. .602 1983-84.............Lisa Ingram (203-418).................. .629 1984-85.............Chana Perry (228-397)................. .574 1985-86.............Lisa Ingram (277-483).................. .573 1986-87.............Veronica Ridgell (144-304)......... .474 1987-88.............Renee Woodfin (203-367)........... .553 1988-89.............Jab Johnson (207-411)................ .504 1989-90.............Jab Johnson (189-413)................ .458 1990-91.............Angela Gaddy (107-243)............. .440 1991-92.............Crystal Steward (142-239).......... .594 1992-93.............Crystal Steward (171-266).......... .643 1993-94.............Crystal Steward (219-362).......... .605 1994-95.............Scharlotte Jordan (160-294)...... .544 1995-96.............Anita Bell (130-309)...................... .421 1996-97.............Niela Gray (70-159)....................... .440 1997-98.............Niela Gray (67-132)....................... .508

1998-99.............Yashica Atkins (72-143)............... .503 1999-00.............Terri Butler (115-243).................... .473 2000-01.............Danielle Butler (119-250)............ .476 2001-02.............Nina Randle (97-217).................... .447 2002-03.............Mindy Livaudais (55-122)........... .451 2003-04.............Mindy Livaudais (76-163)........... .466 2004-05.............Aishie Banks (76-140)................... .543 2005-06.............Aishie Banks (81-200)................... .405 2006-07.............Shannon Lloyd (71-149).............. .477 2007-08.............Shannon Lloyd (134-264)........... .508 2008-09.............Ashley Wallis ((78-163)................. .479

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

YEAR..............NAME.......................................PCT 1974-75.............Cindy Head (95-119)..................... .798 1975-76.............Betsy Kimball (85-108)................. .787 1976-77.............Cindy Head (58-79)....................... .734 1977-78.............Cindy Head (50-64)....................... .781 1978-79.............Linda Newcomb (59-71).............. .831 1979-80.............Linda Newcomb (76-99).............. .768 1980-81.............Lynn Marchbanks (51-62)........... .823 1981-82.............Carla Vickers (57-77)..................... .740 1982-83.............Eun Jung Lee (132-172)............... .767 1983-84.............Carla Vickers (47-56)..................... .839 1984-85.............Chana Perry (111-145)................. .766 1985-86.............Joel Tillis (33-41)............................. .805 1986-87.............Veronica Ridgell (53-72).............. .736 1987-88.............Veronica Ridgell (127-169)......... .752 1988-89.............Felisha Edwards (87-97).............. .897 1989-90.............Jab Johnson (137-188)................ .729 1990-91.............Felisha Edwards (165-192)......... .859 1991-92.............Ann Hebert (60-74)....................... .811 1992-93.............Ann Hebert (45-54)....................... .833 1993-94.............Ronda Harrison (123-156).......... .789 1994-95.............Markita Jennings (42-65)............ .646 1995-96.............Angela Branch (60-80)................. .750 1996-97.............Katrina Barnett (34-46)................ .739 1997-98.............Tierra Carr (40-51).......................... .784 1998-99.............Monica Davis (52-68).................... .765 1999-00.............Shannan Elliott (32-44)................ .727 2000-01.............Danielle Butler (49-64)................. .766 2001-02.............Stephanie Williams (81-95)........ .853 2002-03.............Nicole Cox (75-102)....................... .735 2003-04.............Nikki LaCour (54-75)..................... .720 2004-05.............LaJeanna Howard (22-22).........1.000 2005-06.............LaJeanna Howard (67-84)........... .798 2006-07.............Nedra Winston (50-68)................. .735 2007-08.............Jesse Carrier (39-42)..................... .929 2008-09.............Jesse Carrier (36-41)..................... .878

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

YEAR..............NAME.......................................PCT 1986-87.............Chrissa Hailey (3-9)....................... .333 .............................Veronica Ridgell (3-9)................... .333 1987-88.............Ranita Bolton (30-68)................... .441 1988-89.............Veronica Ridgell (27-63).............. .429 1989-90.............Felisha Edwards (25-66).............. .379 1990-91.............Felicia Chimney (18-48)............... .375 1991-92.............Ann Hebert (28-69)....................... .406 1992-93.............Ronda Harrison (38-79)............... .481 1993-94.............Ronda Harrison (64-169)............. .379 1994-95.............Markita Jennings (26-84)............ .310 1995-96.............Angela Branch (29-129)............... .225 1996-97.............Tierra Carr (18-69).......................... .261 1997-98.............Tierra Carr (55-141)....................... .390 1998-99.............Amy Blanchard (37-105)............. .352 1999-00.............Amy Blanchard (56-148)............. .378 2000-01.............Miranda Hasley (15-40)............... .375 2001-02.............Stephanie Williams (22-60)........ .367 2002-03.............D’Wayne Freeman (35-100)....... .350 2003-04.............Renata Dorsey (17-37)................. .459 2004-05.............Stephanie Williams (10-26)........ .385 2005-06.............LaJeanna Howard (48-144)........ .333 2006-07.............LaJeanna Howard (57-153)........ .373 2007-08.............Jesse Carrier (50-123)................... .407 2008-09.............Sumar Leslie (24-60)..................... .400

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


2,000/1,000 POINT CLUB Lisa Ingram 2,601 Points 1982-86

Years GP 1982-83 29 1983-84 27 1984-85 29 1985-86 28 Totals 113

FG 3FG 291 0 263 0 262 0 277 0 1093 0

FT 90 120 91 114 415

Pts/Avg 672/23.2 646/23.9 615/21.2 668/23.9 2601/23.0

Veronica Ridgell 1,353 Points 1986-89

Year 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 TOTAL

GP 24 29 28 81

FG 144 193 158 495

Eun Jung Lee 2,208 Points 1982-86

Year GP 1982-83 29 1983-84 27 1984-85 32 1985-86 29 TOTAL 117

FG 204 176 222 238 840

3FG 0 0 0 0 0

FT Pts/Avg 172 540/18.6 179 485/18.0 183 576/18.0 131 607/20.9 528 2,208/18.9

GP 22 28 28 78

FG 371 241 225 680

3FG 0 0 0 0

FT Pts/Avg 82 510/23.2 34 516/18.4 81 531/19.0 197 1,557/20.0

Year GP 1984-85 5 1985-86 20 1986-87 24 1987-88 29 1988-89 28 TOTAL 106

FG 8 30 104 203 162 507

FG 106 138 115 153 512

3FG 0 1 1 0 2

FT Pts/Avg 81 293/11.3 84 361/13.4 56 287/11.5 154 460/15.9 375 1,401/13.1

Year GP 1980-81 27 1981-82 24 1982-83 29 1983-84 25 TOTAL 105

FG 97 144 92 143 476

FG 28 142 171 219 560

3FG 0 0 0 1 1

FT Pts/Avg 12 68/3.0 68 352/12.6 83 425/15.2 102 541/15.5 265 1,386/12.2

Year GP 1990-91 25 1991-92 28 1992-93 27 1993-94 34 TOTAL 114

FG 14 88 110 174 386

3FG 0 0 0 0 0 0

FT Pts/Avg 10 26/5.2 13 73/3.7 72 280/11.7 100 506/17.4 80 404/14.4 275 1,289/12.2

3FG 0 0 0 0 0

FT Pts/Avg 81 275/10.2 110 398/16.6 65 249/8.6 57 343/13.7 313 1,265/12.0

Year GP 2001-02 27 2002-03 29 2003-04 29 2004-05 30 TOTAL 115

FG 97 130 143 120 490

3FG 1 10 18 23 52

FT Pts/Avg 24 219/8.1 40 310/10.7 78 382/13.2 87 350/11.7 229 1,261/11.0

Year GP 2004-05 30 2005-06 29 2006-07 29 2007-08 30 TOTAL 118

FG 34 116 119 102 371

FG 67 95 74 164 400

3FG 7 5 25 56 93

FT Pts/Avg 55 196/6.8 87 282/10.1 21 194/9.2 165 549/18.9 328 1,221/11.4

FT Pts/Avg 23 51/2.0 99 284/10.1 87 345/12.8 123 535/15.7 332 1,215/10.7

3FG 18 48 57 46 169

FT 22 67 73 39 201

Pts/Avg 108/3.6 347/12.0 368/12.7 289/9.6 1,112/9.4

Jab Johnson 1,048 Points 1988-90

Year 1988-89 1989-90 TOTAL

GP 28 26 54

FG 207 189 396

3FG 1 0 1

FT Pts/Avg 118 533/19.0 137 515/19.8 255 1,048/19.4

Chrissa Hailey 1,046 Points 1983-87

Year GP 1983-84 26 1984-85 32 1985-86 28 1986-87 24 TOTAL 110

FG 68 117 106 167 458

Felisha Edwards 1,221 Points 1987-91

Year GP 1987-88 29 1988-89 28 1989-90 21 1990-91 29 TOTAL 107

3FG 0 9 38 64 111

LaJeanna Howard 1,112 Points 2004-08

Nina Randle 1,261 Points 2001-05

Crystal Steward 1,386 Points 1990-94

Year GP 1990-91 23 1991-92 28 1992-93 28 1993-94 35 TOTAL 114

Pts/Avg 344/14.3 538/18.6 471/16.8 1,35316.7

Angela Batts 1,265 Points 1980-84

Terri Butler 1,401 Points 1996-01

Year GP 1996-97 26 1997-98 27 1999-00 25 2000-01 29 TOTAL 107

FT 53 127 128 308

Renee Woodfin 1,289 Points 1984-89

Marlena Mossbarger 1,557 Points 1977-80

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 TOTAL

3FG 3 25 27 55

Ronda Harrison 1,215 Points 1990-94

3FG 0 0 0 3 3

FT 19 23 30 55 127

Pts/Avg 155/6.0 257/8.0 242/8.6 392/16.3 1,046/9.5

Michelle Biley 1,026 Points 2002-06

Year GP 2002-03 29 2003-04 29 2004-05 30 2005-06 29 TOTAL 117

FG 70 91 101 89 351

3FG 0 0 0 0 0

FT 99 71 90 64 324

Pts/Avg 239/8.2 253/8.7 292/9.7 242/8.3 1,026/8.8

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER TOP-10 SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 50 GAMES) NAME (CAREER)..................................GP........ AVG 1. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113..........23.0 2. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78...........20.0 3. Jab Johnson (88-90)........................... 54...........19.4 4. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117..........18.9 5. Betsy Kimball (75-77)..........................50...........18.4 6. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81...........16.7 7. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107..........13.1 8. Linda Andrews (76-80).......................72...........12.3 9. Renee Woodfin (84-89).....................106..........12.2 Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114..........12.2

Lisa Ingram (1982-96)

POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

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NAME (CAREER)...........................GP......... PTS Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113........ 2601 Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117........ 2208 Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78......... 1557 Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107........ 1401 Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114........ 1386 Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81......... 1353 Renee Woodfin (84-89).....................106........ 1289 Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105....... 1265 Nina Randle (01-05)............................115....... 1261 Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107........ 1221 Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114........ 1215 LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................118........ 1112 Jab Johnson (88-90)............................54......... 1048 Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110........ 1046 Michelle Bliey (02-06)........................117........ 1026 1,000 Point Club Cindy Head (74-78)..............................87............993 Ranita Bolton (87-91).........................109...........972 Betsy Kimball (75-77)..........................50............922 Mykayla Alewine (98-02)..................111...........920 Monica Davis (95-99).........................106...........914 Carla Vickers (80-84)...........................100...........896 Linda Andrews (76-80).......................72............887 Karen Hopson (88-91, 92-93)..........112...........881 Angela Gaddy (87-91)........................108...........864 Tamika Lewis (96-00).........................104...........862 Lottie Moore (05-09)..........................117...........851 Linda Kinard (77-80)............................79............820 Angela Branch (93-97)........................90............786 Niela Gray (95-99)...............................108...........758 Ilona Hollosy (97-01)..........................113...........743 Anita Bell (93-97)..................................91............739 April O’Neal (03-07)............................115...........733 Chana Perry (84-86).............................41............718 Danielle Butler (99-02).......................78............679 Ann Hebert (90-94).............................101...........669 Jesse Carrier (06-present)..................90............659 Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106...........656 Janice Saulsberry (83-87)..................94............650 Jocelyn Hill (82-86).............................102...........644 Joel Tills (83-87)....................................101...........625 Nedra Winston (01-02, 04-07).........103...........624 Markita Jennings (91-93, 94-95).....82............609 Pat West (75-77)....................................51............601 Linda Newcomb (78-80)....................58............599 Martha Gilley (76-78)..........................46............564 Felicia Chimney (90-92).....................56............542 Shannan Elliott (97-01).......................89............534 Rene’ Antee (79-80, 81-83)................72............534 Kay Golston (81-85).............................83............533 Marie Robinson (81-83)......................52............514

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED NAME (CAREER)...........................GP........ FGA 1. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113....... 1,861 2. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117....... 1,814 3. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78........ 1,229 4. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115....... 1,227 5. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107....... 1,130 6. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81........ 1,118 7. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107....... 1,050 8. LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................118....... 1,040 9. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110....... 1,009 10. Monica Davis (95-99).........................106....... 1,008 FIELD GOALS MADE NAME (CAREER)...........................GP....... FGM 1. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113....... 1,093 2. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........840 3. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78............680 4. Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114...........560 5. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107...........512 6. Renee Woodfin (84-89).....................106...........507 7. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81............495 8. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........490 9. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105...........476 10. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110...........458 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 350 ATTEMPTS) NAME (CAREER).....................FGM-FGA...PCT 1. Cindy Head (74-78)........................ 382-577.......662 2. Crystal Steward (90-94)................ 560-909.......616 3. Lisa Ingram (82-86)......................1093-1861....587 4. Chana Perry (84-86)....................... 283-503.......563 5. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)..........680-1229......553 6. Derunzia Johnson (87-88)........... 196-381.......514 7. Betsy Kimball (75-77).................... 391-762.......513 8. Renee Woodfin (84-89)...............507-1004.....505 12. Linda Andrews (76-80)................. 355-707.......502 13. Shannon Lloyd (06-08)................. 205-413.......496

9. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107............. 93 10. Felicia Chimney (90-92).....................56.............. 75 3-POINT FIELD PERCENTAGE (MIN. 75 ATTEMPTS)

NAME (CAREER).......................... 3FGM-3FGA..PCT 1. Veronica Ridgell (86-89)................ 55-140........393 2. Felicia Chimney (90-92)................ 75-193........389 3. Ronda Harrison (90-94)................ 111-289.......384 4. Ranita Bolton (87-91).................... 135-354.......381 5. Jesse Carrier (06-prs.).................... 131-354.......370 6. Tiera Carr (94-95, 9798)................. 58-159........365 7. Felisha Edwards (87-91)................ 93-257........362 8. Amy Blanchard (96-00)................. 111-312.......356 9. Mykayla Alewine (98-02)............. 177-498.......355 10. Ann Hebert (90-94)......................... 67-193........347 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED NAME............................................GP........ FTM 1. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........702 2. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107...........566 3. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113...........563 4. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117...........476 5. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105...........465 6. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........428 7. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........420 8. Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114...........414 9. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107...........413 10. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81............412 FREE THROWS MADE NAME (CAREER)..................................GP........ FTM 1. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........528 2. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113...........415 3. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107...........375 4. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........332 5. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107...........328 6. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117...........324 7. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105...........313 8. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81............308 9. Renee Woodfin (84-89).....................106...........275 10. Karen Hopson (88-91, 92-93)..........112...........268

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED NAME............................................GP...... 3FGA 1. Mykayla Alewine (98-02)..................111...........498 2. LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................118...........488 3. Angela Branch (93-97)........................90............441 4. Jesse Carrier (06-09)............................90............354 Ranita Bolton (87-91).........................109...........354 6. Amy Blanchard (96-00)......................105...........312 7. April O’Neal (03-07)............................115...........305 8. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........289 9. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107...........257 10. Felicia Chimney (90-92).....................56............193 Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........193 Ann Hebert (90-94).............................101...........193 3-POINTT FIELD GOALS MADE NAME (CAREER)..................................GP..... 3FGM 1. Mykayla Alewine (98-02)..................111...........177 2. LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................118...........169 3. Ranita Bolton (87-91).........................109...........135 4. Jesse Carrier (06-09)............................90............131 5. Angela Branch (93-97)........................90............123 6. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........111 Amy Blanchard (96-00)......................105...........111 8. April O’Neal (03-07)............................115............. 94

Angela Batts (1981-84)

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER TOP-10 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................115...........379 Karen Hopson (88-91,92-93)...........112...........368 Ann Hebert (90-94).............................101...........336 April O’Neal (03-07)............................115...........334 Ilona Hollosy (97-01)..........................113...........290 Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110...........287

ASSISTS NAME (CAREER)...........................GP........ AVG 1. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117............ 8.4 2. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81............. 5.2 3. Sue Sullivan (78-80).............................56............. 4.9 4. Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106............ 4.2 5. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114............ 3.7 6. Linda Newcomb (78-80)....................58............. 3.4 7. Ann Hebert (90-94).............................101............ 3.3 Karen Hopson (88-91, 92-93)..........112............ 3.3 9. Martha Gilley (76-78)..........................46............. 3.2 LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................118............ 3.2

Eun Junge Lee (1982-86) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 150 ATTEMPTS)

NAME (CAREER).............................FTA-FTM....PCT 1. Ann Hebert (90-94)........................ 154-192.......802 2. Carla Vickers (80-84)...................... 188-236.......797 3. Felisha Edwards (87-91)............... 328-413.......794 Linda Newcomb (78-80).............. 135-170.......794 5. Cindy Head (74-78)........................ 229-295.......776 Ronda Harrison (90-94)................ 332-428.......776 7. Chana Perry (84-86)....................... 152-197.......772 8. LaJeanna Howard (04-08)........... 201-262.......767 9. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).................... 528-702.......752 10. Veronica Ridgell (86-89)............... 308-412.......748 REBOUNDS NAME (CAREER)...........................GP.........RBS 1. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113....... 1,173 2. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107...........851 3. Niela Gray (95-99)...............................108...........796 4. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105...........788 5. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........782 6. Renee Woodfin (84-89).....................106...........736 7. Tamika Lewis (96-00).........................104...........711 8. Jab Johnson (88-90)............................54............703 9. Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114...........701 10. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117...........691 REBOUNDING AVERAGE NAME (CAREER)...........................GP........ AVG 1. Derunzia Johnson (87-88).................29...........14.7 2. Jab Johnson (88-90)............................54...........13.0 3. Chana Perry (84-86).............................41...........11.9 4. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113..........10.4 5. Betsy Kimball (75-77)..........................50............. 9.8 6. Linda Andrews (76-80).......................72............. 9.3 7. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107............ 8.0 8. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78............. 7.9 Carolyn Epting (75-76).......................30............. 7.9 10. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105............ 7.5 ASSISTS NAME (CAREER)...........................GP.........AST 1. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........978 2. Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106...........443 3. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81............423 4. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........419

BLOCKS NAME (CAREER)...........................GP.......BLKS 1. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113...........189 2. Cassandra Barker (89-93)...................99............184 3. Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114...........147 4. Nedra Winston (01-02,04-07)..........103...........119 5. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........116 6. Tamika Lewis (96-00).........................104...........108 7. Chana Perry (84-86).............................41.............. 95 8. Renee Woodfin (84-89).....................106............. 76 9. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78.............. 73 10. Jab Johnson (88-90)............................54.............. 71 BLOCKS AVERAGE NAME (CAREER)...........................GP........ AVG 1. Chana Perry (84-86).............................41............. 2.3 2. Cassandra Barker (89-93)...................99............. 1.9 3. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113............ 1.7 4. Jab Johnson (88-90)............................54............. 1.3 Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114............ 1.3 6. Nedra Winston (01-02, 04-07).........103............ 1.2 7. Tamika Lewis (96-00).........................104............ 1.0 Nina Randle (01-05)............................115............ 1.0 Derunzia Johnson (87-88).................29............. 1.0 10. Marlena Mossbarger (77-80)............78............. 0.9

7. 9.

Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........115 Crystal Steward (90-94).....................114...........114 Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........114 Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113...........113 Ilona Hollosy (97-01)..........................113...........113

GAMES STARTED NAME (CAREER)..........................................GS 1. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........117 2. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113...........110 3. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117...........105 4. April O’Neal (03-07)............................115...........103 5. Terri Butler (96-98,99-01)..................107...........102 6. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115............. 97 7. Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106............. 96 8. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110............. 95 Ranita Bolton (87-91).........................109............. 95 10. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107............. 93 MINUTES PLAYED NAME (CAREER)....................................... MIN 1. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107....... 3,462 2. Terri Butler (96-98,99-01)..................107....... 3,346 3. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110....... 3,272 4. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115....... 3,253 5. LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................115....... 3,160 6. Karen Hopson (88-91,92-93)...........112....... 3,149 7. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117....... 3,119 8. April O’Neal (03-07)............................115....... 3,094 9. Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106....... 3,023 10. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114....... 2,990 MINUTES AVERAGE NAME (CAREER)...........................GP........ AVG 1. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81...........35.2 2. Jab Johnson (88-90)............................54...........32.5 3. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107..........32.4 4. Chana Perry (84-86).............................41...........31.4 5. Terri Butler (96-98, 99-01).................107..........31.3 6. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110..........29.7 7. Tierra Carr (95-97)................................46...........29.1 8. Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106..........28.5 9. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115..........28.3 10. Karen Hopson (88-91, 92-93)..........112..........28.1

STEALS NAME (CAREER)...........................GP.......BLKS 1. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115...........359 2. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........297 3. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113...........237 4. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107...........234 5. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114...........220 6. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105...........208 7. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117...........205 8. Lottie Moore (05-09)..........................117...........182 9. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110...........181 10. Katrina Barnett (95-99)......................106...........165 STEAL AVERAGE NAME (CAREER)...........................GP........ AVG 1. Nina Randle (01-05)............................115............ 3.1 2. Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117............ 2.5 3. Felisha Edwards (87-91)....................107............ 2.2 4. Lisa Ingram (82-86).............................113............ 2.1 5. Angela Batts (80-84)...........................105............ 2.0 6. Ronda Harrison (90-94).....................114............ 1.9 Marie Robinson (81-83)......................52............. 1.9 8. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117............ 1.8 9. Veronica Ridgell (86-89).....................81............. 1.7 10. Chrissa Hailey (83-87)........................110............ 1.6 GAMES PLAYED NAME (CAREER)......................................... GP 1. LaJeanna Howard (04-08)................115...........118 2. Michelle Biley (02-06)........................117...........117 Eun Jung Lee (82-86).........................117...........117 Lottie Moore (05-09)..........................117...........117 5. April O’Neal (03-07)............................115...........115

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Betsy Kimball (75-76)..........................31............233 Chana Perry (84-85).............................31............228 Marlena Mossbarger (79-80)............28............225 Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............222

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 MADE) NAME (SEASON)....................FGM-FGA...PCT 1. Crystal Steward (92-93)................ 171-266.......643 2. Lisa Ingram (83-84)........................ 263-418.......629 3. Crystal Steward (93-94)................ 219-362.......605 4. Lisa Ingram (82-83)........................ 291-483.......602 5. Crystal Steward (91-92)................ 142-239.......594 6. Marlena Mossbarger (77-78)...... 214-371.......577 7. Chana Perry (84-85)....................... 228-397.......574 8. Lisa Ingram (85-86)........................ 277-483.......573 Linda Andrews (78-79)................. 133-232.......573 10. Angela Batts (83-84)...................... 143-253.......565

Crystal Steward (1991-94)

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

NAME (SEASON)..........................GP......... PTS Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29............672 Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28............668 Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27............646 Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29............615 Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............607 Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............576 Chana Perry (84-85).............................31............567 Betsy Kimball (75-76)..........................31............551 Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29............549 Crystal Steward (93-94)......................35............541

SCORING AVERAGE NAME (SEASON)..................................GP........ AVG 1. Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27...........23.9 Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28...........23.9 3. Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29...........23.2 4. Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29...........21.2 5. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29...........20.9 6. Jab Johnson (89-90)............................26...........19.8 7. Jab Johnson (88-89)............................28...........19.0 Marlena Mossbarger (79-80)............28...........19.0 9. Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29...........18.9 10. Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29...........18.6 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ FGA 1. Marie Robinson (82-83)......................28............712 2. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............484 3. Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29............483 Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28............483 5. Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29............477 6. Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29............474 7. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............469 8. Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29............444 9. Marlena Mossbarger (78-79)............28............443 10. Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27............418 Betsy Kimball (75-76)..........................31............418 FIELD GOALS MADE NAME (SEASON)..........................GP....... FGM 1. Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29............291 2. Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28............277 3. Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27............263 4. Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29............262 5. Marlena Mossbarger (78-79)............28............241 6. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............238

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED NAME............................................GP...... 3FGA 1. Mykayla Alewine )01-02)...................27............200 2. Angela Branch (94-95)........................27............179 3. Jesse Carrier (08-09)............................31............172 4. Ronda Harrison (93-940.....................34............169 5. Mykayla Alewine (00-01)...................29............155 6. LaJeanna Howard (06-07).................29............153 7. Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29............152 8. Amy Blanchard (99-00).......................29............148 9. Tiera Carr (97-98)..................................28............146 10. Felicia Chimney (91-92).....................28............145 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE NAME (SEASON)..................................GP..... 3FGM 1. Mykayla Alewine (01-02)...................27.............. 71 2. Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................34.............. 64 Jesse Carrier (08-09)............................31.............. 64 4. LaJeanna Howard (06-07).................29.............. 57 Felicia Chimney (91-92).....................28.............. 57 Mykayla Alewine (00-01)...................29.............. 57 7. Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29.............. 56 Amy Blanchard (99-00).......................29.............. 56 Tiera Carr (97-98)..................................28.............. 56 10. Angela Branch (94-95)........................27.............. 54 3-POINT FIELD PERCENTAGE

7. 8. 9. 10.

Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29............132 Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............131 Veronica Ridgell (88-89).....................28............128 Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29............127 Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................34............123

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 75 MADE)

NAME (SEASON).............................FTA-FTM....PCT 1. Felisha Edwards (88-89)..................87-97.........897 2. Felisha Edwards (90-91)............... 165-192.......859 3. St. Williams (01-02)...........................81-95.........853 4. Ronda Harrison (91-92)................. 99-124........798 Cindy Head (74-75)......................... 95-119........798 6. Ronda Harrison (93-94)................ 123-156.......788 7. Betsy Kimball (75-76)..................... 85-108........787 8. Eun Jung Lee (85-86).................... 131-168.......780 9. Renee Woodfin (88-89)................. 80-103........777 10. Angela Gaddy (88-89)......................76-98.........776 REBOUNDS NAME (SEASON)..........................GP.........RBS 1. Derunzia Johnson (87-88).................29............426 2. Chana Perry (84-85).............................31............387 3. Jab Johnson (88-89)............................28............382 4. Jab Johnson (89-90)............................26............321 5. Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27............317 6. Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29............302 7. Betsy Kimball (75-76)..........................31............289 8. Linda Andrews (76-77).......................22............288 9. Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29............279 10. Linda Newcomb (79-80)....................30............278 REBOUNDING AVERAGE (MIN. 25 GAMES)

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

NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ AVG Derunzia Johnson (87-88).................29...........14.7 Jab Johnson (88-89)............................28...........13.6 Chana Perry (84-85).............................31...........12.5 Jab Johnson (89-90)............................26...........12.3 Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27...........11.7 Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29...........10.4 Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28............. 9.8 Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29............. 9.6 Betsy Kimball (75-76)..........................31............. 9.3 Linda Newcomb (79-80)....................30............. 9.3

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NAME (SEASON).......................... 3FGM-3FGA..PCT 1. Jesse Carrier (07-08)....................... 50-123........407 2. Felicia Chimney (91-92)................ 57-145........393 3. Tiera Carr (7-98)............................... 56-146........384 4. Ronda Harrison (93-94)................. 64-169........379 5. Amy Blanchard (99-00).................. 56-148........378 6. Ranita Bolton (89-90)..................... 52-138........377 7. LaJeanna Howard (06-07)............ 57-153........373 8. .Jesse Carrier (08-09)...................... 64-172........372 9. Felisha Edwards (90-91)................ 56-152........368 Mykayla Alewine (00-01).............. 57-155........368 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ FTM 1. Terri Butler (00-01)...............................29............215 2. Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29............192 3. Jab Johnson (89-90)............................26............188 4. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............183 5. Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27............179 6. Jab Johnson (88-89)............................28............175 Lottie Moore (08-09)...........................31............175 8. Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29............172 9. Veronica Ridgell (88-89).....................28............171 10. Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29............169 FREE THROWS MADE NAME (SEASON)..................................GP........ FTM 1. Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29............165 2. Terri Butler (00-01)...............................29............154 3. Jab Johnson (89-90)............................26............137 4. Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27............133 5. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............132

Mykayla Alewine (1998-2002)

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON TOP-10 ASSISTS NAME (SEASON)..........................GP.........AST 1. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............284 2. Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27............279 3. Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29............218 4. Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29............200 5. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............197 6. Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................34............167 7. Sue Sullivan (78-79).............................28............159 8. Ann Hebert (93-94)..............................32............148 9. Katrina Barnett (97-98).......................28............147 10. Veronica Ridgell (88-89).....................28............137

GAMES STARTED NAME (SEASON).........................................GS 1. Crystal Steward (93-94)......................................... 35 2. Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................................... 33 3. Chrissa Hailey (84-85)............................................ 32 Jocelyn Hill (84-85)................................................. 32 Eun Jung Lee (84-85)............................................. 32 6. Chana Perry (84-85)................................................ 31 Ann Hebert (93-94)................................................. 31 8. LaJeanna Howard (07-08).................................... 30 Jesse Carrier (07-08)............................................... 30 April O’Neal (04-05)................................................ 30 Jesse Carrier (08-09)............................................... 30 Nedra Winston (06-07).......................................... 30 Nina Randle (04-05)................................................ 30 Lottie Moore (08-09).............................................. 30

ASSISTS AVERAGE (MIN. 75 MADE)

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

NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ AVG Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27...........10.3 Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32............. 8.9 Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29............. 7.5 Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29............. 6.9 Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............. 6.8 Sue Sullivan (78-79).............................28............. 5.7 Katrina Barnett (97-98).......................28............. 5.3 Ronda Harrison (3-94)........................34............. 4.9 Veronica Ridgell (88-89).....................28............. 4.9 Ann Hebert (93-94)..............................32............. 4.6

BLOCKS NAME (SEASON)..........................GP.......BLKS 1. Cassandra Barker (92-93)...................25.............. 79 2. Cassandra Barker (91-92)...................27.............. 73 3. Chana Perry (84-85).............................31.............. 72 4. Crystal Steward (93-94)......................35.............. 62 5. Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29.............. 58 6. Nedra Winston (06-07).......................30.............. 49 Marlena Mossbarger (77-78)............22.............. 49 8. Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28.............. 47 Nedra Winston (05-06).......................29.............. 47 10. Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27.............. 46 BLOCKS (MIN. 25 GAMES)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ AVG Cassandra Barker (92-93)...................25............. 3.2 Cassandra Barker (91-92)...................27............. 2.7 Chana Perry (84-85).............................31............. 2.3 Lisa Ingram (84-85)..............................29............. 2.0 Crystal Steward (93-94)......................35............. 1.8 Lisa Ingram (83-84)..............................27............. 1.7

Gean Thomas (93-94)............................................. 32 Ann Hebert (93-94)................................................. 32

MINUTES PLAYED NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ MIN 1. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32........ 1,124 2. Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................34........ 1,083 3. Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29........ 1,037 4. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29........ 1,030 5. Felisha Edwards (88-89).....................28........ 1,006 6. Ilona Hollosy (00-01)...........................29............985 7. Angela Branch (94-95)........................27............969 8. Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27............965 9. Terri Butler (00-01)...............................29............963 10. Ann Hebert (93-94)..............................32............961 LaJeanna Howard (2004-08) 8.

Lisa Ingram (85-86)..............................28............. 1.7 Nedra Winston (06-07).......................30............. 1.6 Nedra Winston (05-06).......................29............. 1.6 Crystal Steward (92-93)......................28............. 1.6

STEALS NAME (SEASON)..........................GP.......BLKS 1. Nina Randle (04-05).............................30............107 2. Nina Randle (02-03).............................29............100 3. Nina Randle (03-04).............................29.............. 96 4. Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29.............. 89 5. Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................34.............. 84 6. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29.............. 80 Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29.............. 80 8. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32.............. 75 9. Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29.............. 74 10. Lottie Moore (08-09)...........................31.............. 70

MINUTES AVERAGE NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ AVG 1. Joel Tills (86-87).....................................24...........39.4 2. Chrissa Hailey (86-87).........................24...........39.2 3. Janice Saulsberry (86-87)..................24...........37.7 4. Veronica Ridgell (86-87).....................24...........36.5 5. Felisha Edwards (88-89).....................28...........35.9 Angela Branch (94-95)........................27...........35.9 7. Veronica Ridgell (87-88).....................29...........35.8 8. Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27...........35.7 9. Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29...........35.5 10. Eun Jung Lee (84-85)..........................32...........35.1

STEAL AVERAGE (MIN. 25 GAMES)

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

Cassandra Barker (1989-1993)

NAME (SEASON)..........................GP........ AVG Nina Randle (04-05).............................30............. 3.6 Nina Randle (02-03).............................29............. 3.4 Nina Randle (03-04).............................29............. 3.3 Lisa Ingram (82-83)..............................29............. 3.1 Eun Jung Lee (85-86)..........................29............. 2.8 Felisha Edwards (90-91).....................29............. 2.8 Eun Jung Lee (82-83)..........................29............. 2.6 Eun Jung Lee (83-84)..........................27............. 2.5 Ronda Harrison (93-94)......................34............. 2.5 Markita Jennings (94-95)...................27............. 2.4

GAMES PLAYED NAME (SEASON)........................................ GP 1. Scharlotte Jordan (93-94)..................................... 35 Angela Branch (93-94)........................................... 35 Crystal Steward (93-94)......................................... 35 M Jennings (93-94)................................................. 35 5. Ronda Harrison (3-94)........................................... 34 6. Brenda Jordan (84-85)........................................... 32 Jocelyn Hill (84-85)................................................. 32 Eun Jung Lee (84-85)............................................. 32 Stefany Hauter (93-94).......................................... 32 Chrissa Hailey (84-85)............................................ 32

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SEASON...................................GP.............. PTS 1984-85..............................................32................2,708 1985-86..............................................29................2,505 1993-94..............................................35................2,492 1982-83..............................................29................2,486 1983-84..............................................27................2,327 1987-88..............................................29................2,275 1988-89..............................................28................2,193 1990-91..............................................29................2,140 1975-76..............................................31................2,091 1978-79..............................................28................2,057

SCORING AVERAGE SEASON...................................GP..............AVG 1. 1985-86..............................................29.................. 86.4 2. 1983-84..............................................27.................. 86.2 3. 1982-83..............................................29.................. 85.7 4. 1984-85..............................................32.................. 84.6 5. 1987-88..............................................29.................. 78.4 6. 1988-89..............................................28.................. 78.3 7. 1981-82..............................................24.................. 77.0 8. 1986-87..............................................24.................. 74.7 9. 1977-78..............................................24.................. 74.2 10. 1990-91..............................................29.................. 73.8 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED SEASON...................................GP..............FGA 1. 1984-85..............................................32................2,240 2. 1993-94..............................................35................2,160 3. 1975-76..............................................31................2,089 4. 1979-80..............................................30................1,987 5. 1982-83..............................................29................1,978 6. 1985-86..............................................29................1,962 7. 2003-04..............................................29................1,904 8. 1987-88..............................................29................1,893 9. 2004-05..............................................30................1,870 10. 1990-91..............................................29................1,864 FIELD GOALS MADE SEASON...................................GP.............FGM 1. 1984-85..............................................32................1,101 2. 1985-86..............................................29................1,005 3. 1982-83..............................................29................... 988 4. 1983-84..............................................27................... 929 5. 1993-94..............................................35................... 906 6. 1975-76..............................................31................... 886

7. 8. 9. 10.

1978-79..............................................28................... 848 1987-88..............................................29................... 846 1979-80..............................................30................... 810 1988-89..............................................28................... 799

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE SEASON.............................FGM-FGA........ PCT 1. 1983-84.......................................929-1783........... .521 2. 1985-86..................................... 1005-1962......... .512 3. 1982-83.......................................988-1978........... .499 4. 1984-85..................................... 1101-2240......... .492 5. 1978-79.......................................848-1808........... .469 6. 1981-82.......................................706-1547........... .456 7. 1987-88.......................................846-1893........... .447 8. 1988-89.......................................799-1791........... .446 9. 1986-87.......................................696-1586........... .439 10. 1992-93.......................................752-1745........... .431 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED SEASON...................................GP............3FGA 1. 2007-08..............................................30................... 469 2. 1993-94..............................................35................... 465 3. 2005-06..............................................29................... 459 4. 2008-09..............................................31................... 439 5. 2004-05..............................................30................... 426 6. 2001-02..............................................27................... 411 7. 2006-07..............................................30................... 398 8. 1998-99..............................................29................... 393 9. 1990-91..............................................29................... 358 10. 1999-00..............................................29................... 354 3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

SEASON...................................GP...........3FGM 1993-94..............................................35................... 155 2007-08..............................................30................... 152 2008-09..............................................31................... 147 2005-06..............................................29................... 139 1990-91..............................................29................... 125 2004-05..............................................30................... 125 2001-02..............................................27................... 123 2006-07..............................................30................... 121 1999-00..............................................29................... 121 1991-92..............................................28................... 114

3-PT FIELD PERCENTAGE SEASON.......................... 3FGM-3FGA...... PCT 1. 1987-88......................................... 65-172............. .378 2. 1988-89......................................... 46-122............. .377 3. 1989-90........................................106-292............ .363 4. 1990-91........................................125-358............ .349 5. 2000-01........................................113-329............ .343 6. 1999-00........................................121-354............ .342 7. 1991-92........................................114-340............ .335 2008-09........................................147-439............ .335 9. 1993-94........................................155-465............ .333 10. 1997-98........................................103-316............ .326 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED SEASON...................................GP............. FTM 1. 1982-83..............................................29................... 799 2. 1990-91..............................................29................... 798 1987-88..............................................29................... 798 4. 1993-94..............................................35................... 778 5. 1984-85..............................................32................... 747 6. 1988-89..............................................28................... 731 7. 1980-81..............................................27................... 719 8. 2004-05..............................................30................... 707 9. 1997-98..............................................28................... 686 10. 1985-86..............................................29................... 685

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FREE THROWS MADE SEASON...................................GP............. FTM 1. 1988-89..............................................28................... 549 2. 1990-91..............................................29................... 545 3. 1993-94..............................................35................... 525 4. 1987-88..............................................29................... 518 5. 1982-83..............................................29................... 510 6. 1984-85..............................................32................... 506 7. 1985-86..............................................29................... 495 8. 2004-05..............................................30................... 489

Karen Hopson (1988-1991, 1992-93) 9. 1980-81..............................................27................... 478 10. 1983-84..............................................27................... 469 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE SEASON..............................FTA-FTM......... PCT 1. 1988-89........................................549-731............ .751 2. 198586.........................................495-685............ .723 3. 1983-84........................................469-670............ .700 4. 2007-08........................................385-555............ .694 5. 2004-05........................................489-707............ .692 6. 1986-87........................................395-577............ .685 7. 1998-99........................................366-535............ .684 8. 1990-91........................................545-798............ .683 9. 2008-09........................................386-567............ .681 10. 1984-85........................................506-747............ .677 REBOUNDS SEASON...................................GP.............. RBS 1. 2007-08..............................................30................1,520 2. 1984-85..............................................32................1,509 3. 1979-80..............................................30................1,394 4. 1993-94..............................................35................1,334 5. 1975-76..............................................31................1,260 6. 1978-79..............................................28................1,249 7. 1982-83..............................................29................1,243 8. 1987-88..............................................29................1,241 9. 2002-03..............................................29................1,230 10. 2003-04..............................................29................1,213 REBOUNDING AVERAGE NAME (SEASON).....................GP..............AVG 1. 2007-08..............................................30.................. 50.7 2. 1984-85..............................................32.................. 47.2 3. 1979-80..............................................30.................. 46.5 4. 1977-78..............................................24.................. 46.2 5. 1978-79..............................................28.................. 44.6 6. 1976-77..............................................22.................. 43.8 7. 1982-83..............................................29.................. 42.9 8. 1987-88..............................................29.................. 42.8 9. 2002-03..............................................29.................. 42.4 10. 2003-04..............................................29.................. 41.8 ASSISTS SEASON...................................GP.............. AST 1. 1993-94..............................................35................... 538 2. 1984-85..............................................32................... 516 3. 1983-84..............................................27................... 513 4. 1982-83..............................................29................... 496 5. 1985-86..............................................29................... 439 6. 1978-79..............................................28................... 428

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TEAM SEASON TOP-10 7. 8. 9.

MINUTES PLAYED SEASON...................................GP..............MIN 1. 1993-94..............................................35................7,000 2. 1984-85..............................................32................6,500 3. 1975-76..............................................31................6,200 2008-09..............................................31................6,200 5. 2006-07..............................................30................6,075 6. 2007-08..............................................30................6,050 7. 1979-80..............................................30................6,025 8. 2004-05..............................................30................6,000 9. 1999-00..............................................29................5,875 2000-01..............................................29................5,875

1991-92..............................................28................... 417 2004-05..............................................30................... 414 1979-80..............................................30................... 413 2003-04..............................................29................... 413 1987-88..............................................29................... 413

ASSISTS AVERAGE NAME (SEASON).....................GP..............AVG 1. 1983-84..............................................27.................. 19.0 2. 1982-83..............................................29.................. 17.1 3. 1984-85..............................................32.................. 16.1 4. 1993-94..............................................35.................. 15.4 5. 1978-79..............................................28.................. 15.3 6. 1985-86..............................................29.................. 15.1 7. 1991-92..............................................28.................. 14.9 8. 1997-98..............................................28.................. 14.6 9. 1992-93..............................................28.................. 14.5 10. 1987-88..............................................29.................. 14.2 2003-04..............................................29.................. 14.2 BLOCKS SEASON...................................GP............ BLKS 1. 1992-93..............................................28................... 173 2. 1984-85..............................................32................... 167 3. 1991-92..............................................28................... 136 4. 1993-94..............................................35................... 128 5. 1985-86..............................................29................... 114 6. 2006-07..............................................30................... 106 7. 2003-04..............................................29......................99 8. 1999-00..............................................29......................97 9. 1987-88..............................................29......................96 10. 2002-03..............................................29......................95 2005-06..............................................29......................95 BLOCKS AVERAGE SEASON...................................GP..............AVG 1. 1992-93..............................................28.....................6.2 2. 1984-85..............................................32.....................5.2 3. 1991-92..............................................28.....................4.9 4. 1985-86..............................................29.....................3.9 5. 1993-94..............................................35.....................3.7 6. 2006-07..............................................30.....................3.5 7. 2003-04..............................................29.....................3.4 8. 1999-00..............................................29.....................3.3 1987-88..............................................29.....................3.3 2001-02..............................................27.....................3.3

MINUTES AVERAGE NAME (SEASON).....................GP..............AVG 1. 1984-85..............................................32................203.1 2. 1989-90..............................................27................202.8 3. 1999-00..............................................29................202.6 2000-01..............................................29................202.6 5. 2006-07..............................................30................202.5 6. 1988-89..............................................28................201.8 1997-98..............................................28................201.8 8. 2005-06..............................................29................201.7 2007-08..............................................30................201.7 10. 1995-96..............................................26................201.0

Rhonda Harrison (1990-94) STEALS SEASON...................................GP............ BLKS 1. 1982-83..............................................29................... 399 2. 2004-05..............................................30................... 373 3. 2002-03..............................................29................... 365 4. 2003-04..............................................29................... 362 5. 1985-86..............................................29................... 317 6. 2008-09..............................................31................... 306 7. 1981-82..............................................24................... 305 8. 1984-85..............................................32................... 296 2007-08..............................................30................... 296 10. 1993-94..............................................35................... 295 STEAL AVERAGE (MIN. 25 GAMES)

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Jocelyn Hill (1982-86)

NAME (SEASON).....................GP..............AVG 1982-83..............................................29.................. 13.8 1981-82..............................................24.................. 12.7 2002-03..............................................29.................. 12.6 2003-04..............................................29.................. 12.5 2004-05..............................................30.................. 12.4 1985-86..............................................29.................. 10.9 1997-98..............................................28.................. 10.0 1989-90..............................................27.................. 10.0 2008-09..............................................31.....................9.9 2007-08..............................................30.....................9.9

GAMES PLAYED SEASON....................................................... GP 1. 1993-94........................................................................35 2. 1984-85........................................................................32 3. 2008-09........................................................................31 1975-76........................................................................31 5. 2004-05........................................................................30 2007-08........................................................................30 2006-07........................................................................30 1979-80........................................................................30 9. 1982-83........................................................................29 1990-91........................................................................29 2005-06........................................................................29 1999-00........................................................................29 2002-03........................................................................29 1998-99........................................................................29 1985-86........................................................................29 2003-04........................................................................29 1987-88........................................................................29 2000-01........................................................................29

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All-TIME TEAM STATISTICS/COACHING RECORDS Year GP FG FGA Pct 1974-75 20 592 -- .000 1975-76 31 886 2089 .424 1976-77 22 680 1636 .416 1977-78 24 746 1787 .417 1978-79 28 848 1808 .469 1979-80 30 810 1987 .408 1980-81 27 701 1674 .419 1981-82 24 706 1547 .456 1982-83 29 988 1978 .499 1983-84 27 929 1783 .521 1984-85 32 1101 2240 .492 1985-86 29 1005 1962 .512 1986-87 24 696 1586 .439 1987-88 29 846 1893 .447 1988-89 28 799 1791 .446 1989-90 27 720 1760 .409 1990-91 29 735 1864 .394 1991-92 28 728 1766 .412 1992-93 28 752 1745 .431 1993-94 35 906 2160 .419 1994-95 27 654 1668 .392 1995-96 26 598 1575 .380 1996-97 26 595 1570 .379 1997-98 28 734 1773 .414 1998-99 29 660 1696 .389 1999-00 29 684 1691 .404 2000-01 29 717 1687 .425 2001-02 27 581 1606 .362 2002-03 29 668 1781 .375 2003-04 29 727 1904 .382 2004-05 30 692 1870 .370 2005-06 29 641 1740 .368 2006-07 30 654 1757 .372 2007-08 30 684 1750 .391 2008-09 31 705 1857 .380

Linda Harper 12 Seasons 213-121 Overall 91-14 Conference

3-PT. Rebounds 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Reb Avg -- -- -- 271 430 .630 -- -- -- -- -- 319 478 .667 1260 40.6 -- -- -- 249 383 .650 963 43.8 -- -- -- 288 470 .613 1110 46.2 -- -- -- 361 549 .658 1249 44.6 -- -- -- 433 651 .665 1394 46.5 -- -- -- 478 719 .665 1068 39.6 -- -- -- 436 679 .642 978 40.8 -- -- -- 510 799 .638 1243 42.9 -- -- -- 469 670 .700 1066 39.5 -- -- -- 506 747 .677 1509 47.2 -- -- -- 495 685 .723 1209 41.7 6 19 .316 395 577 .685 997 41.5 65 172 .378 518 798 .649 1241 42.8 46 122 .377 549 731 .751 1139 40.7 106 292 .363 418 634 .659 1040 38.5 125 358 .349 545 798 .683 1158 39.9 114 340 .335 424 632 .671 1104 39.4 67 219 .306 407 622 .654 1065 38.0 155 465 .333 525 778 .675 1334 38.1 92 309 .298 304 514 .591 1057 39.1 44 218 .202 351 530 .662 1018 39.2 46 195 .236 298 485 .614 1000 38.5 103 316 .326 419 686 .611 1168 41.7 110 393 .280 366 535 .684 1080 37.2 121 354 .342 292 481 .607 1116 38.5 113 329 .343 449 669 .671 1177 40.6 123 411 .299 334 512 .652 1095 40.6 104 325 .320 443 668 .663 1230 42.4 96 337 .285 430 669 .643 1213 41.8 125 426 .293 489 707 .692 1184 39.5 139 459 .303 422 637 .662 1153 39.8 121 398 .304 375 584 .642 1161 38.7 152 469 .324 385 555 .694 1520 50.7 147 439 .335 386 567 .681 1168 37.7

PF 341-0 479-0 393-25 502-33 550-18 648-25 0-0 582-15 572-17 456-10 489-7 502-10 400-16 583-19 534-15 561-22 646-15 602-20 531-12 667-7 574-22 507-17 499-11 476-9 484-9 493-7 495-5 0-0 0-0 578-11 571-8 534-9 583-10 532-7 605-10

Ast -- 255 194 306 428 413 -- 308 496 513 516 439 319 413 397 355 385 417 407 538 318 282 305 409 355 381 384 326 347 413 414 382 330 386 366

TO -- -- -- 498 -- 618 -- 653 619 452 498 434 357 589 514 531 514 574 483 613 588 577 521 516 478 573 534 567 615 566 502 443 589 542 606

Mona Martin 14 Seasons 207-195 Overall 141-118 Conference

Blk -- -- -- 78 -- 39 -- 49 94 82 167 114 54 96 81 84 61 136 173 128 69 58 48 54 84 97 82 89 95 99 91 95 106 46 67

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

Pts 1455 2091 1609 1780 2057 2053 1880 1848 2486 2327 2708 2505 1793 2275 2193 1964 2140 1994 1978 2492 1704 1591 1534 1990 1796 1781 1996 1619 1883 1980 1998 1843 1804 1905 1943

Rogert Stockton 5 Seasons 76-71 Overall 54-31 Conference

ULM COACHING RECORDS Coach Years Overall Conference Linda Harper.......................................... 12 (1978-90)............................ 91-14..............867............... 213-121.......... .638 Mona Martin.....................................14 (1995-present)..............141-118.............554............. 207-195......... .515 Roger Stockton..................................... 5 (1990-95)............................... 54-31..............635.................... 76-71.......... .517 Cherrie Walker (shared)..................... 2 (1974-76)...................................... ---.................---.................... 26-25.......... .510 Pat Reed (shared)................................. 1 (1975-76)...................................... ---.................---.................... 17-14.......... .548 Brenda Brooks....................................... 2 (1976-78)...................................... ---.................---.................... 11-35.......... .239 Tanya Ganey (shared)......................... 1 (1974-75)...................................... ---.................---.......................9-11.......... .450

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Stl -- -- -- 197 -- 218 -- 305 399 251 296 317 198 235 200 269 261 254 254 295 240 240 221 280 253 286 219 260 365 362 373 256 263 296 306

Avg 72.8 67.5 73.1 74.2 73.5 68.4 69.6 77.0 85.7 86.2 84.6 86.4 74.7 78.4 78.3 72.7 73.8 71.2 70.6 71.2 63.1 61.2 59.0 71.1 61.9 61.4 68.8 60.0 64.9 68.3 66.6 63.6 60.1 63.5 62.7


RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Opponent Record 1st GM Score Last GM Score Alabama.................................... 0-1...........91-92 . ..... 86-118 UAB............................................. 4-1...........89-90......... 80-59 ............06-07 ..........80-73 Alabama State........................ 1-0...........07-08 . ...... 68-55 Alaska-Anchorage................. 1-0...........93-94......... 68-66 Alcorn State............................. 8-2...........84-85......... 84-43.............99-00...........58-51 Appalachian State................. 0-1...........96-97......... 47-52 Arkansas................................... 0-9...........80-81......... 68-77.............08-09...........38-77 Arkansas A&M......................... 1-0...........75-75......... 72-55 Arkansas College................... 1-0...........90-91......... 77-63 UALR................................. 2-9........ 99-00.......63-84..........08-09........40-52 Arkansas-Monticello............. 4-2...........75-76.... 90-89 (2ot)........08-09...........74-47 Arkansas State...............10-14..... 82-83.......87-57..........08-09........63-66 Auburn...................................... 1-0...........84-85......... 76-71 Austin Peay.............................. 0-1...........96-97......... 64-67 Ball State................................... 0-1...........01-02......... 63-85 Baylor......................................... 1-2...........79-80......... 66-63.............98-99...........65-84 Belhaven................................... 3-2...........77-78......... 77-78.............04-05...........93-57 Boise State............................... 1-0...........87-88......... 82-67 Brigham Young....................... 1-1...........87-88........ 87-106............87-88...........80-69 California.................................. 1-0...........88-89......... 88-79 California (Pa.)......................... 1-0...........81-82......... 97-67 Cal Poly...................................... 0-1...........94-95......... 57-72 Cal State-Fullerton................ 1-0...........84-85......... 66-65 Centenary........................12-1...... 81-82.......84-59..........08-09........76-60 Central Florida........................ 1-0...........89-90......... 82-76 Cheney...................................... 1-0...........85-86........ 100-39 Creighton................................. 1-0...........05-06......... 61-60 Davidson................................... 0-2...........95-96......... 55-72.............02-03...........59-71 Dayton....................................... 0-1...........81-82......... 63-70 Delaware State....................... 1-0...........07-08......... 52-49 Delta State............................... 1-2...........79-80......... 60-68.............80-81...........67-86 Denver.............................. 3-4........ 05-06.......66-54..........08-09........65-41 Dillard........................................ 1-1...........77-77......... 71-79.............78-79...........82-68 East Central Oklahoma........ 2-0...........77-77......... 59-55.............87-88...........84-72 Florida Atlantic................ 2-1........ 06-07.......76-72..........08-09........63-76 FIU..................................... 2-1........ 06-07.......48-59..........08-09........53-31 Fresno State............................. 0-1...........03-04 . ...... 56-88 Georgia...................................... 0-4...........86-87......... 63-69.............90-91..........70-109 Gonzaga.................................... 0-1...........93-94........ 69-105 Grambling State..................... 4-4...........78-79......... 82-70.............04-05...........81-73 Hardin-Simmons.................... 1-0...........82-83......... 89-51 High Point................................ 1-0...........99-00......... 72-66 Houston.................................... 0-1...........77-77......... 90-91 Howard...................................... 1-1...........92-93......... 86-65.............99-00...........60-67 Illinois State............................. 0-1...........94-95......... 50-87 Iona............................................. 1-0...........85-86........ 107-65 Jackson State.......................... 1-0...........84-85........ 102-50 Kansas........................................ 1-3...........79-80......... 72-81.............00-01...........60-73 Kansas State............................ 1-0...........83-84......... 78-73 Kentucky................................... 0-1...........90-91......... 66-73 Lamar...............................27-3...... 81-82.......78-82..........08-09........67-73 Louisiana College.................. 8-7...........75-75......... 71-46.............97-98...........72-80 Louisiana-Lafayette........30-5...... 74-75.......63-58..........08-09........82-53 LSU.............................................4-12.........74-74......... 78-81.............03-04...........48-86 Louisiana Tech......................12-41........74-74......... 84-68.............07-08...........71-50 Loyola Marymount............... 0-1...........01-02......... 63-72 Marshall.................................... 1-0...........08-09......... 69-67 McNeese State...............39-23..... 74-74.......73-74..........08-09........54-62 Memphis................................... 2-2...........97-98......... 58-57.............06-07...........69-50 Mercer....................................... 1-1...........81-82......... 71-72.............83-84...........94-82 Miami (Fla.).............................. 1-0...........85-86......... 88-62 Middle Tennessee............ 0-4........ 07-08......59-103.........08-09........75-91 Minnesota................................ 1-0...........84-85......... 82-66 Mississippi...............................2-12.........84-85......... 70-67.............95-96 ..........49-90 Mississippi College...............13-5.........74-74........ 81-106............88-89..........103-88 Mississippi State..................... 1-5...........93-94......... 75-85.............04-05...........50-81 Missouri..................................... 1-0...........84-85 . .. 85-84 (ot) UMKC......................................... 1-0...........06-07......... 52-50 Monmouth............................... 0-1...........95-96......... 47-66 Montana................................... 1-0...........82-83......... 72-53 Montana State........................ 1-0...........93-94......... 60-59 Morgan State.......................... 1-0...........08-09......... 59-57

Opponent Record 1st GM Score Last GM Score Murray State............................ 1-1...........96-97......... 55-66.............97-98...........71-50 New Orleans....................20-4...... 74-74.......96-84..........08-09........43-57 New Mexico............................. 0-2...........98-99......... 50-64.............05-06...........57-70 Nevada...................................... 1-0...........90-91......... 80-73 Nicholls State.........................38-5.........74-74......... 89-69.............05-06...........73-67 UNC Asheville......................... 1-0...........89-90........ 113-66 North Texas.....................27-9...... 74-74.......61-68..........08-09........70-78 Northwestern State.......34-47..... 74-74.......56-61..........08-09........62-57 Oklahoma................................. 2-2...........78-79......... 69-59.............90-91...........79-76 Old Dominion......................... 0-1...........84-85......... 47-57 Panola JC.................................. 0-1...........76-77......... 79-84 Penn State................................ 2-0...........83-84......... 98-81.............85-86...........76-69 Rhode Island........................... 0-1...........93-94......... 78-82 Samford.................................... 1-0...........03-04......... 71-57 Sam Houston State.............24-11........87-88......... 72-63.............05-06...........74-55 San Diego State...................... 2-0...........84-85..... 89-87 (ot).........85-86..........109-63 South Alabama................ 4-7........ 92-93.......74-61..........08-09........48-63 South Florida........................... 2-0...........81-82......... 80-60.............96-97...........62-50 Southeastern Louisiana....18-11........75-75......... 46-74.............05-06...........47-52 Southern................................... 2-8...........75-75......... 64-68.............98-99...........66-67 Southern Arkansas................ 1-0...........06-07......... 61-46 Southern California............... 1-1...........82-83......... 85-99.............85-86...........70-68 SIU-Edwardsville.................... 1-0...........08-09......... 82-54 SMU............................................ 0-1...........05-06......... 44-56 Southern Miss........................7-13.........78-79......... 88-82.............08-09...........75-57 Southwest Texas.................... 1-0...........90-91......... 78-64 Stephen F. Austin.................14-41........76-77......... 80-98.............05-06.......71-72 (ot) St. John’s................................... 0-1...........07-08......... 53-69 Syracuse.................................... 0-1...........07-08......... 56-69 Tennessee................................. 1-0...........84-85......... 68-53 Tennessee-Martin.................. 0-1...........00-01......... 53-58 Texas........................................... 0-6...........80-81......... 67-86.............89-90...........61-91 Texas A&M................................ 0-1...........03-04......... 69-78 Texas-Arlington....................29-20........80-81......... 54-70.............05-06...........55-58 TCU.................................... 1-2........ 80-81.......60-66..........98-99........46-82 UTEP........................................First Meeting Texas-Pan American............. 1-0...........06-07......... 55-51 Texas-San Antonio..............20-10........84-85......... 77-56.............05-06...........70-71 Texas State.....................25-16..... 87-88......101-79.........07-08........72-66 Texas Tech................................ 1-0...........88-89......... 62-60 Toledo........................................ 0-1...........93-94......... 68-89 Troy .................................. 5-2........ 98-99.......67-57..........08-09........70-42 Tulane............................... 6-6........ 75-76.......59-39..........08-09........60-62 Wayland Baptist..................... 0-1...........75-75......... 44-70 Weber State.............................First Meeting Western Kentucky............ 3-7........ 82-83.......83-86..........08-09........71-62 Whitworth................................ 0-1...........75-75......... 52-58 Wiley College.......................... 2-0...........81-82......... 86-80.............82-83...........96-65 Xavier (La.)................................ 3-1 .........77-77......... 82-72.............78-79...........86-70 Xavier (Ohio)............................ 0-1...........02-03......... 61-80 Youngstown State...................First Meeting Bold = 2009-10 opponent

All-Time Series Records vs. Conferences

A-10............................................ 0-3 Atlantic Sun............................. 1-1 Big East...................................... 2-2 Big South.................................. 1-0 Big West.................................... 1-1 CUSA........................................21-24 MAC............................................ 0-1 MEAC.......................................... 3-1 Mountain West....................... 4-5 Ohio Valley............................... 1-3 SEC.............................................9-44 Southland............................ 263-189 Sun Belt................................. 110-62 WAC..........................................12-44 Other........................................31-19

Atlantic Coast................1-0 Big 12..............................7-14 Big Ten.............................3-0 Big Sky.............................2-0 Colonial Athletic..........0-1 Independent.................2-0 MAAC...............................1-0 Missouri Valley..............1-1 Northeast.......................0-1 Pac-10..............................2-1 SoCon..............................2-3 Summitt.........................13-1 SWAC.............................15-14 West Coast.....................0-2

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RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Alabama (0-1) 11/29/91 L 86-118 Coopers & Lybrand Invite

Chicago, Ill.

01/14/09 02/28/09

Alabama State (1-0) 12/01/07 W 68-55 Taco Bell Classic

Monroe, La.

Auburn (1-0) 03/22/85 W 76-71 Monroe, La NCAA Midwest Regional Tournament

Alaska-Anchorage (1-0) 01/07/94 W 68-66 Anchorage, Alaska Northern Lights Invitational Alcorn State (8-2) 12/10/84 W 84-43 01/08/86 W 99-73 11/29/86 W 92-67 12/05/86 W 73-58 Dial Lady Revel Classic 01/04/88 L 67-79 12/13/88 W 83-59 12/13/89 W 65-64 11/24/97 W 72-60 11/30/98 L 58-68 12/07/99 W 58-51 Appalachian State (0-1) 12/22/96 L 47-52 South Florida Classic

Monroe, La. Port Gibson, Miss. Monroe, La. Oxford, Miss. Port Gibson, Miss. Monroe, La. Port Gibson, Miss. Monroe, La. Port Gibson, Miss. Monroe, La. Tampa, Fla.

Arkansas (0-9) 11/25/80 L 68-77 12/05/81 L 68-70 11/29/94 L 59-74 11/29/95 L 62-77 11/20/99 L 48-85 01/24/01 L 70-86 11/17/01 L 47-99 11/13/06 L 54-62 11/15/08 L 38-77

Fayetteville, Ark. Monroe, La. Fayetteville, Ark. Monroe, La. Fayetteville, Ark. Monroe, La. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark.

Arkansas College (1-0) 11/23/90 W 77-63

Monroe, La.

Arkansas A&M (1-0) --/--/75 W 72-55 Regional Tournament Arkansas-Monticello (4-2) 01/13/76 W 90-89 (2ot) 11/13/80 W 71-61 12/18/80 L 63-73 11/29/93 W 79-76 12/02/94 L 82-95 01/03/09 W 74-47

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Monticello, Ark. Monroe, La. Monticello, Ark. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La.

Arkansas State (10-14) 01/17/83 W 87-57* Monroe, La. 01/21/84 W 79-61* Jonesboro, Ark. 02/16/84 W 93-67* Monroe, La. 01/19/85 W 88-66* Monroe, La. 02/14/85 W 89-66* Jonesboro, Ark. 01/11/86 W 86-63* Jonesboro, Ark. 02/06/86 W 88-52* Monroe, La. 01/10/87 L 71-72* Monroe, La 02/05/87 L 77-80* Jonesboro, Ark. 11/30/89 W 67-51 Jonesboro, Ark. 01/31/91 W 74-66 Monroe, La. 11/23/91 L 48-78 Jonesboro, Ark. 12/12/92 L 79-82 Monroe, La. 12/15/93 L 61-74 Jonesboro, Ark. 11/25/94 L 57-72 Monroe, La. 12/27/96 L 58-62 Monroe, La. 02/17/97 L 60-91 Jonesboro, Ark. 01/03/07 L 64-80* Monroe, La. 02/17/07 L 54-72* Jonesboro, Ark. 02/28/07 L 56-69 Jonesboro, Ark. Sun Belt Conference Tournament 01/12/08 W 68-59* Monroe, La. 02/28/08 L 53-68* Jonesboro, Ark.

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54-64* 63-66*

Austin Peay (0-1) 11/29/96 L 64-67 New Orleans Classic

Jonesboro, Ark. Monroe, La.

New Orleans, La.

Ball State (0-1) 11/24/01 L 63-85 Los Angeles, Calif. Loyola-Marymount Tournament Baylor (1-2) 11/27/79 W 66-63 Lady Demon Classic 12/02/95 L 50-76 11/13/98 L 65-84 Preseason WNIT Belhaven (3-2) 01/20/78 L 77-78 --/--/78 L 70-87 12/02/81 W 74-66 01/26/82 W 78-66 12/15/04 W 93-57 Brigham Young (1-1) 12/30/87 L 87-106 BYU Tournament 01/09/88 W 80-69

Natchitoches, La. Waco, Texas Waco, Texas

Monroe, La. Mandeville, La. Monroe, La. Mandeville, La. Monroe, La. Provo,Utah Monroe, La

Davidson (0-2) 11/25/95 L 55-72 Moraga, Calif. St. Mary’s Tournament 11/30/02 L 59-71 Fort Collins, Colo. Coors Rocky Mountain Classic Dayton (0-1) 12/30/81 L 63-70 Hurricane Classic

Miami, Fla.

Delaware State (1-0) 12/18/07 W 52-49 Blazer Invitational

Birmingham, Ala.

Delta State (1-2) 01/21/80 L 60-68 11/20/80 W 88-81 02/14/81 L 67-86 Denver (3-4) 11/26/05 W 66-54 SMU Classic 01/06/07 L 33-51* 02/21/07 L 52-65* 01/02/08 W 70-61* 02/16/08 L 65-68* (ot) 01/11/09 L 47-58* 02/25/09 W 65-41* Dillard (University) (1-1) --/--/77 L 71-79 12/04/78 W 82-68

Boise State (1-0) 12/29/87 W 82-67 Provo, Utah BYU Holliday Classic

East Central Oklahoma (2-0) --/--/77 W 59-55 Regional Tournament 12/12/87 W 84-72

Cal Poly (0-1) 12/30/94 L 57-72 Montana Tournament

Fresno State (0-1) 11/28/03 L 56-88 Fresno State Tournament

Cal State Fullerton (1-0) 01/02/85 W 66-65 California (Pa.) (1-0) 12/29/81 W 97-67 Hurricane Classic

Missoula, Mont.

Fullerton, Calif. Miami, Fla.

California (1-0) 12/21/88 W 88-79

Berkley, California

Centenary (12-1) 01/09/82 W 84-59 02/08/82 L 67-81 02/07/83 W 92-42 02/17/83 W 88-69 01/12/00 W 69-41 12/05/00 W 99-49 12/17/02 W 88-75 12/04/03 W 92-63 12/30/04 W 74-40 12/03/05 W 66-45 11/30/06 W 74-71 11/13/07 W 59-46 11/18/09 W 76-60

Monroe, La. Shreveport, La. Monroe, La. Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La. Monroe, La. Shreveport, La. Monroe, La. Shreveport, La. Monroe, La. Shreveport, La. Monroe, La. Shreveport, La.

Central Florida (1-0) 01/05/90 W 82-76 Orlando, Fla. Central Florida Holiday Classic Cheney (1-0) 12/06/85 W 100-39 Converse-Pepsi Classic Creighton (1-0) 12/10/05 W 61-60 Lobo Shootout

Austin, Texas

Albuquerque, N.M.

Florida Atlantic (2-1) 01/14/07 W 76-72* 02/06/08 W 66-44* 01/21/09 L 63-76*

Cleveland, Miss. Monroe, La. Cleveland, Miss. Dallas, Texas Denver, Colo. Monroe, La. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Monroe, La. New Orleans, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Fresno, Calif.

Boca Raton, Fla. Monroe, La. Boca Raton, Fla.

Florida International (2-1) 01/20/07 L 48-59* 01/19/08 W 53-50* 01/24/09 W 53-31*

Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La.

Georgia (0-4) 12/13/86 L 63-69 12/06/87 L 59-78 12/10/88 L 65-71 11/28/90 L 70-109

Monroe, La. Athens, Ga. Monroe, La. Athens, Ga.

Gonzaga (0-1) 03/26/94 L 69-105 WNIT

Amarillo, Texas

Grambling State (4-4) 01/24/79 W 82-70 Grambling, La. 02/08/79 L 41-60 Monroe, La. 12/12/79 L 50-59 Grambling, La. 01/16/80 L 74-75 (ot) Monroe, La. 01/04/89 W 77-62 Monroe, La. 12/13/97 W 101-75 Monroe, La. 12/10/99 L 72-76 Grambling, La. 12/19/04 W 81-73 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Tournament Hardin-Simmons (1-0) 01/08/83 W 89-51 Pizza Hut Classic High Point (1-0) 12/05/99 W 72-66 (ot) Brown Tournament

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

Wichita, Kan.

Providence, R.I.


RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Houston (0-1) --/--/77 L 90-91 Regional Tournament

Monroe, La.

Howard (1-1) 12/18/92 W 86-65 Mobile, Ala. South Alabama Lady Jaguar Classic 12/04/99 L 60-67 Providence, R.I. Brown Tournament Illinois State (0-1) 12/29/94 L 50-87 Lady Griz Holliday Classic

Missoula, Mont.

Iona (1-0) 02/28/86 W 107-55 Anchorage, Alaska Northern Lights Invitational Jackson State (1-0) 12/08/84 W 102-50 Kansas (1-3) 01/03/80 L 72-81 01/05/84 W 86-69 Miami Mason Classic 03/11/87 L 72-78 NCAA First Round 11/26/00 L 60-73 Lady Blazer Classic Kansas State (1-0) 03/15/84 W 78-73 NCAA First Round

Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Miami, Fla. Monroe, La. Birmingham, Ala.

Monroe, La.

Kentucky (0-1) 12/29/90 L 66-73 Reno, Nev. Nevada New Year’s Tournament Lamar (27-3) 01/18/82 L 78-82 Monroe, La. 02/11/82 W 86-78 Beaumont, Texas 01/31/83 W 79-73* Beaumont, Texas 03/08/83 W 92-72 Monroe, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/28/84 W 100-74* Monroe, La. 02/23/84 W 89-77* Beaumont, Texas 01/26/85 W 90-61* Monroe, La. 02/21/85 W 89-51* Monroe, La. 01/18/86 W 106-55* Monroe, La. 02/13/86 W 72-52* Beaumont, Texas 01/17/87 W 59-54* Beaumont, Texas 02/12/87 W 96-58* Monroe, La. 11/18/97 W 84-63 Beaumont, Texas 12/18/97 W 92-51 Monroe, La. 01/07/99 W 54-49* Monroe, La. 12/28/99 W 65-53* Beaumont, Texas 02/03/00 W 59-50* Monroe, La. 12/19/00 W 71-62* Monroe, La. 02/03/01 W 76-71* (ot) Beaumont, Texas 12/18/01 L 45-55* Beaumont, Texas 01/26/02 W 46-42* Monroe, La. 01/25/03 W 66-51* Beaumont, Texas 03/01/03 W 68-58* Monroe, La. 01/15/04 W 86-40* Monroe, La. 02/2804 W 74-48* Beaumont, Texas 01/29/05 W 61-59* Beaumont, Texas 03/02/05 W 64-47* Monroe, La. 01/19/06 W 56-47* Monroe, La. 02/25/06 W 64-55* Beaumont, Texas 12/06/08 L 67-73 Beaumont, Texas Louisiana College (8-7) --/--/75 W 71-46 ULM Tournament 01/31/77 W 87-68 02/11/77 L 81-82 01/30/78 W 88-75 02/20/78 L 63-72 01/11/79 L 65-73 02/10/79 W 86-68

Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Pineville, La. Monroe, La. Pineville, La. Pineville, La. Monroe, La.

11/28/79 L 53-64 Natchitoches, La. Lady Demon Jaycee Christmas Classic 01/05/80 L 76-102 Pineville, La. 02/04/80 W 93-72 Monroe, La. 11/29/80 W 60-57 Jena, La. Jena Kiwanis Tournament 01/05/91 L 73-80 Pineville, La. 12/02/91 W 90-81 Monroe, La. 12/01/92 W 85-60 Monroe, La. 12/06/97 L 72-80 Monroe, La. Louisiana-Lafayette (30-5) 01/31/75 W 63-58 Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tournament 02/20/75 W 74-54 Monroe, La. LAIAW State Tournament 01/24/76 W 68-58 Lafayette, La. 02/21/76 W 65-59 Natchitoches, La. Northwestern State Tournament 01/13/78 W 89-65 Monroe, La. 02/24/78 W 80-74 Baton Rouge, La. LAIAW State Tournament 02/12/79 W 71-54 Lafayette, La. 11/18/79 W 83-67 Thibodaux, La. Lady Colonel Classic 12/06/79 L 64-66 Lafayette, La. 02/14/80 W 87-59 Monroe, La. 02/20/80 L 90-71 Ruston, La. LAIAW State Tournament 01/14/81 W 66-65 Monroe, La. 02/02/81 L 72-92 Lafayette, La. 01/04/82 W 86-70 Lafayette, La. 01/23/82 W 87-65 Monroe, La. 02/25/82 W 97-54 Natchitoches, La. LAIAW State Tournament 01/27/83 W 91-69* Monroe, La. 03/03/83 W 82-71 Lafayette, La. 02/11/84 W 82-73* Lafayette, La. 03/06/84 W 61-56* Monroe, La. 02/09/85 W 60-34* Monroe, La. 03/05/85 W 59-49* Lafayette, La. 02/01/85 W 77-56 Lafayette, La. 02/25/86 W 90-65* Monroe, La. 01/23/87 W 83-60* Monroe, La. 02/26/87 W 79-78 Lafayette, La. 11/25/89 W 98-69 Monroe, La. 11/24/90 W 73-67 Lafayette, La. 12/14/91 W 94-67 Monroe, La. 12/16/92 W 76-53 Lafayette, La. 12/30/06 W 55-52* Monroe, La. 02/14/07 L 43-58* Lafayette, La. 12/22/07 W 72-59* Monroe, La. 02/13/08 W 69-59* (ot) Lafayette, La. 12/21/08 L 61-64* Lafayette, La. 02/11/09 W 82-53* Monroe, La. Louisiana Tech (12-41) --/--/74 W 84-78 Monroe, La. --/--/74 L 76-99 Ruston, La. --/--/74 W 84-80 Monroe, La. --/--/74 L 88-97 Monroe, La. --/--/74 L 66-116 Ruston, La. --/--/75 L 72-81 Ruston, La. --/--/75 L 61-63 Natchitoches, La. Northwestern State Tournament --/--/75 W 73-66 Monroe, La. --/--/75 L 64-69 Monroe, La. State Tournament 01/26/77 L 73-99 Ruston, La. 02/16/77 L 75-95 Ruston, La. 12/12/77 L 67-96 Ruston, La. 02/16/78 L 80-84 Monroe, La. 12/05/78 L 50-86 Monroe, La. 02/07/79 L 65-77 Monroe, La. 03/08/79 L 68-90 Tulsa, Okla. Regional Tournament 12/03/79 L 61-99 Monroe, La. 01/31/80 L 52-100 Ruston, La. 12/11/80 L 50-90 Monroe, La. 02/05/81 L 53-95 Ruston, La.

01/06/82 L 47-102 Ruston, La. 02/04/82 L 40-93 Monroe, La. 01/13/83 L 77-88 Monroe, La. 02//09/83 W 58-104 Ruston, La. 01/14/84 L 67-88 Ruston, La. 02/01/84 L 72-86 Monroe, La. 01/22/85 L 77-79(ot) Ruston, La. 02/11/85 W 80-67 Monroe, La. 03/24/85 W 85-76 Monroe, La NCAA Midwest Regional Tournament 01/23/86 W 86-76 Monroe, La. 02/18/86 W 82-74 Ruston, La. 01/06/87 L 48-82 Ruston, La. 02/16/87 L 68-84 Monroe, La. 12/15/87 L 50-81 Ruston, La. 03/01/88 L 71-43 Monroe, La. 12/06/88 L 57-74 Monroe, La. 01/10/89 L 71-94 Ruston, La. 12/05/89 L 49-87 Ruston, La. 02/12/90 L 44-55 Monroe, La. 12/05/90 L 57-60 Monroe, La. 01/07/91 L 55-83 Ruston, La. 12/09/91 W 66-77 Monroe, La. 01/07/92 L 65-96 Ruston, La. 12/08/92 W 62-51 Monroe, La. 01/11/93 L 49-76 Ruston, La. 12/07/93 L 44-100 Ruston, La. 02/08/94 L 62-69 Monroe, La. 12/06/94 L 47-89 Ruston, La. 12/18/95 L 37-95 Monroe, La. 12/15/97 L 43-97 Ruston, La. 12/09/98 L 48-94 Monroe, La. 12/08/06 W 58-54 Monroe, La. Taco Bell Classic 12/11/07 W 71-50 Ruston, La. Loyola-Marymount (0-1) 11/23/01 L 63-72 Los Angeles, Calif. Loyola-Marymount Tournament LSU (4-12) --/--/74 L 78-81 State Tournament --/--/74 W 73-65 --/--/75 L 57-76 --/--/75 W 72-70 LSU Tournament --/--/75 L 79-83 State Tournament 01/21/77 L 72-88 02/18/77 L 68-90 12/06/77 L 60-100 01/07/78 L 48-75 02/23/79 L 61-87 AIAW State Tournament 02/19/80 W 85-72 AIAW State Tournament 11/30/83 L 79-86 01/18/84 W 90-83 12/30/97 L 55-83 12/15/98 L 67-78 12/13/03 L 48-86 Marshall (1-0) 11/22/08 W 69-67 Fifth Third Classic

n/a Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. n/a Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Monroe, La. Ruston, La. Baton Rouge, La. Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Huntington, W.V.

Memphis (2-2) 11/28/97 L 58-77 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis Classic 11/27/04 L 67-71 Memphis, Tenn. Lady Tiger Classic Tournament 11/18/05 W 80-60 Monroe, La. 11/20/06 W 69-50 Memphis, Tenn. Mercer (1-1) 01/21/82 L 71-73 12/03/83 W 94-82

Monroe, La. Macon, Ga.

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RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS McNeese State (39-23) --/--/74 L 73-74 n/a State Tournament --/--/75 L 58-68 Lafayette, La. Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament --/--/75 L 73-74 Lafayette, La. Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament --/--/75 W 54-50 Natchitoches, La. Northwestern State Tournament 02/03/78 L 83-102 Lake Charles, La. 02/14/78 L 64-72 Monroe, La. 02/25/78 L 76-81 Baton Rouge, La. AIAW State Tournament 01/13/79 L 74-93 Lake Charles, La. 01/22/79 W 82-70 Monroe, La. 02/01/79 W 72-68 Jena, La. Jena Kiwanis Classic 02/22/80 L 56-76 Ruston, La. State Tournament 01/29/83 W 76-72* Lake Charles, La. 02/24/83 W 88-76 Monroe, La. 03/09/83 W 94-81 Monroe, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/30/84 W 92-76* Monroe, La. 02/25/84 W 86-71* Lake Charles, La. 01/28/85 W 92-76* Lake Charles, La. 02/23/85 W 93-69* Monroe, La. 01/20/86 W 102-76* Monroe, La. 02/15/ 86 W 91-78* Lake Charles, La. 01/19/87 W 79-69* Lake Charles, La. 02/14/87 L 75-78* Monroe, La. 01/30/88 L 93-94* Lake Charles, La. 02/18/88 W 80-62* Monroe, La. 01/28/89 W 78-63* Monroe, La. 02/16/89 W 79-63* Lake Charles, La. 01/11/90 W 82-55* Lake Charles, La. 02/08/90 W 83-47* Monroe, La. 01/10/91 W 77-53* Monroe, La. 02/07/91 W 67-59* Lake Charles, La. 01/02/92 L 72-83* Lake Charles, La. 02/10/92 W 95-75* Monroe, La. 01/07/93 W 74-58* Monroe, La. 02/22/93 L 70-75* Lake Charles, La. 03/09/93 W 84-72 Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 01/13/94 W 71-46* Monroe, La. 02/12/94 L 53-58* Lake Charles, La. 01/14/95 L 58-82* Monroe, La. 02/09/95 W 78-72* Lake Charles, La. 01/06/96 L 58-75* Lake Charles, La. 02/01/96 W 70-63* Monroe, La. 01/16/97 L 68-71* Lake Charles, La. 02/13/97 L 60-64* Monroe, La. 01/10/98 W 79-70* Monroe, La. 02/14/98 W 76-73* Lake Charles, La. 01/09/99 W 55-53* Monroe, La. 02/11/99 L 53-58* Lake Charles, La. 02/05/00 W 60-58* Monroe, La. 01/06/01 W 71-59* Monroe, La. 02/22/01 W 78-70* Lake Charles, La. 01/02/02 L 55-57* Lake Charles, La. 02/02/02 W 81-64* Monroe, La. 01/11/03 L 56-69* Lake Charles, La. 01/30/03 W 82-50* Monroe, La. 02/21/04 W 81-73* Monroe, La. 01/08/05 L 59-73* Lake Charles, La. 03/09/05 W 50-41 Monroe, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/21/06 W 79-57* Monroe, La. 02/23/06 L 50-55* Lake Charles, La. 11/10/06 W 71-53 Lake Charles, La. 11/09/07 W 77-40 Monroe, La. 12/13/08 L 54-62 Lake Charles, La.

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Miami (1-0) 12/30/85 W 88-62

Miami, Fla.

Morgan State (1-0) 11/21/08 W 59-67 Fifth Third Classic

Murfreesboro, Tenn. Monroe, La.

Murray State (1-1) 11/30/96 L 55-66

Middle Tennessee (0-4) 12/17/06 L 59-103* 02/07/07 L 70-83*

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Monroe, La. Murfreesboro, Tenn.

Minnesota (1-0) 12/01/84 W 82-66 Dial Classic

Minneapolis, Minn.

Missouri (1-0) 03/14/85 W 85-84(ot) Monroe, La NCAA Midwest Regional Tournament Mississippi (2-12) 12/03/84 W 70-67(ot) 12/02/85 W 82-80 (ot) 12/06/86 L 66-75 Lady Rebel Dial Classic 12/01/87 L 67-68(ot) 11/30/88 L 71-74(ot) 12/10/89 L 60-71 12/09/90 L 67-77 11/25/91 L 76-90 01/13/92 L 59-87 01/26/93 L 44-69 01/25/94 L 64-78 01/17/95 L 54-102 02/06/95 L 43-90 12/15/95 L 46-90

Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Oxford, Miss. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Oxford, Miss. Monroe, La. Oxford, Miss.

Mississippi College (13-5) --/--/74 L 81-106 Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tournament 11/20/79 L 75-79 Monroe, La. 12/15/79 L 76-92 Hinds, Miss. 11/28/80 L 69-78 Jena, La. Jena Kiwanis Tournament 12/16/82 W 88-80 Hinds, Miss. 02/19/83 W 85-61 Monroe, La. 12/06/83 W 89-63 Monroe, La. 01/16/84 W 95-87 Hinds, Miss. 11/23/84 W 100-81 Hinds, Miss. 01/09/85 W 88-65 Monroe, La 12/14/85 W 78-71 Hinds, Miss. 01/06/86 W 101-62 Monroe, La. 02/02/87 L 55-59 Hinds, Miss. 03/05/87 W 88-58 Monroe, La. 11/28/87 W 87-67 Monroe, La. 01/18/88 W 100-95 Hinds, Miss. 11/26/88 W 102-60 Hinds, Miss. 01/07/89 W 103-88 Monroe, La. Mississippi State (1-5) 12/04/93 L 75-85 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Tournament 02/15/94 W 81-64 Monroe, La. 12/13/95 L 59-81 Starkville, Miss. 12/06/96 L 50-75 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Classic 12/15/96 L 53-75 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Classic 12/20/04 L 50-81 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Tournament Monmouth (1-0) 11/24/95 W 47-66 St. Mary’s Tournament Montana (1-0) 03/15/83 W 72-53 NCAA Tournament

Moraga, Calif.

Monroe, La.

Montana State (1-0) 01/08/94 W 60-59 Anchorage, Alaska Northern Lights Invitational Huntington, W.V.

New Orleans, La

New Orleans Classic 11/29/97 W 71-50 Memphis Classic

Memphis, Tenn.

New Orleans (20-4) --/--/74 W 96-84 Lake Charles, La. Northwestern State Tournament --/--//74 W 73-70 n/a --/--/74 W 69-53 n/a AIAW State Tournament 01/24/76 W 69-56 Lafayette, La. Louisiana-Lafayette Tournament 01/31/76 W 71-45 Monroe, La. 02/14/76 W 67-51 Monroe, La. ULM Tournament --/--/75 W 80-67 n/a State Tournament 02/24/77 W 77-58 Ruston, La. State Tournament 12/02/77 W 89-66 New Orleans, La. 02/23/78 W 76-56 Baton Rouge, La. AIAW State Tournament 12/20/80 W 84-83 New Orleans, La. 02/17/81 L 88-89 Monroe, La. 11/21/98 W 84-82 Monroe, La. 12/21/99 W 66-65 New Orleans, La. 12/01/00 L 83-86 (2ot) New Orleans, La. 12/08/01 W 83-55 Monroe, La. 12/06/02 W 61-59 (ot) New Orleans, La. 12/15/03 W 80-58 Monroe, La. 11/22/04 W 60-46 New Orleans, La. 01/10/07 W 61-47* Monroe, La. 02/24/07 L 69-79* New Orleans, La. 02/09/08 W 61-57* New Orleans, La. 12/17/08 W 64-61* Monroe, La. 02/07/09 L 43-57* New Orleans, La. New Mexico (0-2) 12/05/98 L 50-64 New Mexico Classic 12/09/05 L 57-70 New Mexico Classic

Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M.

Nevada (1-0) 12/30/90 W 80-73 Reno, Nev. Nevada New Year’s Tournament Nicholls State (38-5) --/--/74 W 89-69 LSU Tournament --/--/75 W 81-71 State Tournament 02/04/77 W 73-57 02/19/77 W 84-75 11/17/79 L 73-78 (ot) Lady Colonel Classic 01/19/80 W 93-56 12/06/80 W 75-57 02/21/81 W 107-66 01/14/82 W 94-79 01/30/82 W 99-93 12/11/82 W 117-78 01/22/83 W 94-54 01/04/92 W 60-57 03/02/92 W 76-54* 01/09/93 W 95-60* 02/04/93 W 77-63* 01/15/94 W 82-39* 02/10/94 W 82-57* 01/12/95 W 72-64* 02/11/95 W 75-59* 01/04/96 W 73-68* (ot) 02/03/96 W 74-62* 01/18/97 W 72-63* 02/17/97 W 78-64* 01/29/98 W 77-66* 02/26/98 W 73-57* 02/01/99 L 57-59* 02/25/99 W 53-50* 03/03/99 W 54-47

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships

Baton Rouge, La. n/a Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Thibodaux, La. Shreveport, La.


RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Southland Conference Tournament 12/30/99 L 50-58* Monroe, La. 01/27/00 W 73-43* Thibodaux, La. 12/14/00 W 71-59* Thibodaux, La. 02/10/01 W 73-58* Monroe, La. 03/06/01 W 85-66 Shreveport, La. CenturyTel Southland Conference Tournament 01/12/02 L 65-81* Thibodaux, La. 02/16/02 L 53-54* Monroe, La. 12/30/02 W 68-54* Thibodaux, La. 01/16/03 W 74-37* Monroe, La. 01/24/04 W 85-56* Thibodaux, La. 02/05/05 W 59-34* Monroe, La. 03/07/05 W 72-68 Monroe, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/12/06 W 66-64* Thibodaux, La. 02/18/06 W 73-67* Monroe, La. North Texas (27-9) --/-/74 L 61-68 Temple, Texas SWAIAW Regional Tournament --/--/74 L 76-77 Temple, Texas SWAIAW Regional Tournament 02/05/83 W 98-53 Monroe, La. 02/06/84 W 92-51* Monroe, La. 03/03/84 W 83-49* Denton, Texas 02/18/85 W 91-63* Denton, Texas 02/26/85 W 94-33* Monroe, La. 01/27/86 W 80-72* Monroe,La. 02/22/86 W 107-67* Monroe, La. 01/26/87 W 78-69* Monroe, La. 02/21/87 W 81-76* Denton, Texas 01/23/88 W 83-76* Monroe, La. 02/25/88 W 84-58* Denton, Texas 01/21/89 W 93-83* Monroe, La. 02/23/89 W 76-61* Denton, Texas 01/18/90 W 69-65* Monroe, La. 02/15/90 W 63-54* Monroe, La. 01/17/91 W 81-69* Denton, Texas 02/14/91 W 91-75* Monroe, La. 02/01/92 W 65-63* Monroe, La. 02/27/92 W 74-70* Denton, Texas 01/02/93 W 69-67(ot)* Denton, Texas 03/01/93 W 81-79* Monroe, La. 01/20/94 W 76-61* Denton, Texas 02/19/94 W 82-75* Monroe, La. 03/10/94 W 78-62* Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 01/05/95 L 62-65* Denton, Texas 02/04/95 L 70-92* Monroe, La. 01/27/96 W 70-66* Denton, Texas 02/22/96 L 68-79* Monroe, La. 12/11/04 L 49-58 Denton, Texas 11/30/05 L 62-68 Monroe, La. 02/10/07 L 67-71* (ot) Monroe, La. 01/07/08 W 65-59* Denton, Texas 02/20/08 W 83-73 Monroe, La. 02/18/09 L 70-78* Denton, Texas Northwestern State (34-47) --/--/74 L 56-61 Lake Charles, La. Northwestern State Tournament --/--/74 L 74-80 Lake Charles, La. Northwestern State Tournament --/--/74 L 59-79 Monroe, La. --/--/75 L 65-97 Natchitoches, La. --/--/75 L 63-68 Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tournament --/--/75 L 77-87 Monroe, La. ULM Tournament --/--/75 W 83-80 Monroe, La. 02/07/77 L 70-71 Monroe, La. 02/21/77 L 69-80 Natchitoches, La. 02/25/77 L 76-81 Ruston, La. LAIAW State Tournament 12/05/77 L 78-83 Monroe, La. 02/06/78 L 70-91 Natchitoches, La. 02/23/78 L 99-105 Baton Rouge, La. LAIAW State Tournament 11/30/78 W 77-66 Natchitoches, La.

01/18/79 W 82-68 Monroe, La. 02/03/79 W 88-75 Jena, La. Jena Kiwanis Classic 11/29/79 L 58-74 Natchitoches, La. Lady Demon Classic 01/11/80 L 44-55 Natchitoches, La. 01/28/80 L 51-68 Monroe, La. 01/18/81 L 70-88 Natchitoches, La. 02/09/81 L 69-73 Monroe, La. 02/06/82 L 64-76 Monroe, La. 02/15/82 L 67-75 Natchitoches, La. 02/24/82 L 83-85 Natchitoches, La. LAIAW State Tournament 12/06/82 W 91-86 Monroe, La. 02/14/83 L 78-90 Natchitoches, La. 12/15/83 W 97-91 Natchitoches, La. 02/13/84 W 100-83 Monroe, La. 12/19/84 W 108-89 Natchitoches, La. 01/16/85 W 106-72 Monroe, La 12/10/85 W 75-56 Monroe, La. 01/30/85 L 83-86* Natchitoches, La. 01/14/87 W 81-60 Monroe, La. 02/09/87 W 77-73(ot) Monroe, La. 01/16/88 L 64-81* at Northwestern State 03/05/88 W 70-65* Monroe, La. 01/14/89 L 73-75* Natchitoches, La. 03/02/89 W 90-87* Monroe, La. 03/10/89 W 76-71 Nacogdoches, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/22/90 L 86-94 (ot)* Monroe, La. 02/03/90 W 91-88 (ot)* Nacogdoches, La. 03/09/90 L 81-85 (ot) Nacogdoches, La. Southland Conference Tournament 02/02/91 W 81-63* Monroe, La. 02/28/91 W 74-71* Nacogdoches, La. 01/11/92 L 71-84* Monroe, La. 02/08/92 L 57-79* Nacogdoches, La. 01/30/93 L 64-67* Nacogdoches, La. 02/27/93 L 82-84* Monroe, La. 01/29/94 W 72-61* Nacogdoches, La. 02/26/94 W 77-59* Monroe, La. 03/11/94 W 77-67 Nacogdoches, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/02/95 L 52-73* Nacogdoches, La. 03/02/95 L 69-93* Monroe, La. 03/06/95 L 83-92 Nacogdoches, La. Century Cellunet Southland Tournament 01/13/96 L 63-97* Monroe, La. 02/10/96 L 63-96* Nacogdoches, La. 01/27/97 L 67-76* Nacogdoches, La. 02/22/97 W 67-58* Monroe, La. 01/15/98 W 68-64* Nacogdoches, La. 01/24/98 W 70-69* Monroe, La. 03/06/98 W 71-69 (ot) Shreveport, La. Century Cellunet Southland Tournament 01/23/99 L 46-67* Nacogdoches, La. 02/13/99 L 57-65* Monroe, La. 03/05/99 L 65-67 Shreveport, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/17/00 L 61-62* Monroe, La. 03/04/00 L 56-59* Nacogdoches, La. 01/15/01 W 82-65* Monroe, La. 01/27/01 L 62-71* Nacogdoches, La. 03/08/01 L 56-63 Shreveport, La. CenturyTel Southland Tournament 02/04/02 L 76-91* Nacogdoches, La. 03/02/02 L 67-81* Monroe, La. 02/15/03 W 80-71* Nacogdoches, La. 02/22/03 L 71-75* Monroe, La. 03/11/03 W 71-62 San Antonio, Texas CenturyTel Southland Tournament 01/03/04 L 63-79 Nacogdoches, La. 03/05/04 W 74-63* Monroe, La. 01/03/05 W 56-41 Monroe, La. 02/12/05 W 70-64* Nacogdoches, La. 01/07/06 L 54-58* Nacogdoches, La. 02/11/06 W 64-51* Monroe, La. 12/02/06 W 83-39 Monroe, La. 12/08/07 W 84-62 Nacogdoches, La. 12/09/08 W 62-57 Monroe, La.

Oklahoma (2-2) 03/07/79 W 69-59 Regional Tournament 01/07/83 L 75-87 Pizza Hut Classic 12/02/89 L 93-95 01/28/91 W 79-76 Old Dominion (0-1) 03/29/85 L 47-57 NCAA Final Four Panola JC (0-1) 01/20/77 L 79-84 Penn State (2-0) 01/03/84 W 98-81 Miami Masonic Classic 12/29/85 W 76-69 Orange Bowl Classic

Tulsa, Okla. Wichita, Kan. Norman, Okla. Monroe, La. Austin, Texas

Monroe, La. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla.

Rhode Island (0-1) 01/06/94 L 78-82 Anchorage, Alaska Northern Lights Invitational Samford (1-0) 12/29/03 W 71-57 Coca-Cola Classic

Mobile, Ala.

Sam Houston State (24-11) 02/04/88 W 72-63* Huntsville, Texas 02/11/88 W 81-61* Monroe, La. 02/02/89 W 78-66* Huntsville, Texas 02/09/89 W 73-64* Monroe, La. 01/27/90 L 67-84* Huntsville, Texas 02/10/90 W 97-64* Monroe, La. 01/12/91 W 85-74* Monroe, La. 02/23/91 W 71-64* Huntsville, Texas 01/25/92 W 71-59* Huntsville, Texas 02/20/92 W 77-67* Monroe, La. 01/16/93 W 60-51* Huntsville, Texas 02/11/93 W 76-60* Monroe, La. 02/05/94 W 79-49* Monroe, La. 02/22/94 W 62-51* Huntsville, Texas 01/23/95 L 43-78* Huntsville, Texas 02/18/95 L 53-75* Monroe, La. 01/22/96 L 69-78* Monroe, La. 02/27/96 L 53-73* Huntsville, Texas 01/02/97 L 50-83* Huntsville, Texas 02/08/97 L 53-60* Monroe, La. 02/12/98 L 60-71* Huntsville, Texas 01/02/99 W 70-59* Monroe, La. 01/30/99 L 68-81* Huntsville, Texas 02/10/00 L 46-54* Huntsville, Texas 03/07/00 W 81-74 Shreveport, La. CenturyTel Southland Tournament 12/30/00 W 76-64* Monroe, La. 02/01/01 W 67-60* Huntsville, Texas 12/1/501 W 72-53* Huntsville, Texas 01/28/03 W 81-59* Monroe, La. 01/23/03 W 60-50* Huntsville, Texas 02/27/03 W 89-72* Monroe, La. 01/17/04 L 63-70* Huntsville, Texas 01/31/04 W 79-68* Monroe, La. 01/27/05 W 79-49* Huntsville, Texas 02/24/05 W 69-60* Monroe, La. 02/04/06 W 74-55* Monroe, La. San Diego State (2-0) 01/ 06/85 W 89-87(ot) Kangaroo Shootout 01/15/86 W 109-63 SIU-Edwardsville (1-0) 12/28/08 W 82-54 SMU (0-1) 11/25/05 L 44-56 SMU Classic

San Diego, Calif. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Dallas, Texas

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RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS South Alabama (4-7) 12/19/92 W 74-61 Mobile, Ala. South Alabama Lady Jaguar Classic 12/09/95 L 56-61 Monroe, La. 11/22/96 L 67-70 (ot) Mobile, Ala. 11/30/01 L 38-60 Monroe, La. 12/13/02 L 51-75 Mobile, Ala. 12/30/03 L 56-59 Mobile, Ala. Coca-Cola Classic 11/26/04 W 69-56 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis Tournament 01/24/07 W 61-56* Mobile, Ala. 02/02/08 L 51-61* Monroe, Ala. 01/07/09 W 67-58* Monroe, La. 02/21/09 L 48-63* Mobile, Ala. Southern Arkansas (1-0) 12/09/06 W 61-46 Taco Bell Classic

Monroe, La.

South Florida (2-0) 02/18/82 W 80-60 12/21/96 W 62-50 South Florida Classic

Monroe, La. Tampa, Fla.

Southern (2-8) --/--/75 L 64-68 ULM Tournament 02/23/77 L 66-75 State Tournament 01/31/79 L 82-89 02/24/79 W 82-80 AIAW State Tournament 01/08/80 L 63-82 02/23/80 L 70-71 AIAW State Tournament 11/15/80 L 70-90 01/28/81 L 54-94 09/11/97 W 85-77 12/12/98 L 66-67 Southern Miss (7-13) 11/17/78 W 88-82 02/05/79 L 57-70 01/14/80 L 70-82 02/07/80 L 66-77 01/23/81 L 72-79 01/31/81 L 60-81 12/09/81 L 73-74 01/11/82 L 79-116 12/15/90 L 74-87 03/01/91 W 97-73 12/15/99 L 48-64 12/08/00 W 55-44 12/04/01 L 38-56 11/24/02 L 55-57 11/25/03 L 59-68 12/07/04 W 63-46 12/28/05 W 75-67 11/28/06 W 64-63 11/20/07 L 65-79 11/25/08 W 75-57

Monroe, La. Ruston, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Ruston, La. Baton Rouge, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Baton Rouge, La. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La. Hattiesburg, Miss. Monroe, La.

Southeastern Louisiana (18-11) --/--/75 L 46-74 Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tournament 12/07/76 L 58-101 Eunice, La. 12/16/76 L 74-93 Monroe, La. 01/06/78 L 52-114 Eunice, La. 02/11/78 L 86-98 Eunice, La. 12/13/78 L 94-99 Monroe, La. 01/26/80 L 73-82 Eunice, La. 12/04/82 W 87-80 Eunice, La. 02/28/83 W 80-58 Monroe, La. 12/17/87 W 82-81 Eunice, La. 01/11/88 W 72-48 Monroe, La. 01/16/89 W 82-63 Eunice, La. 01/31/98 W 70-45* Eunice, La. 02/28/98 W 75-73* (ot) Monroe, La. 01/21/99 W 82-52* Monroe, La.

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L 55-73* W 72-67* (ot) W 59-43* W 69-53* W 79-62* L 70-72* W 74-70* W 74-50* L 57-60* W 77-60* W 62-45* W 77-39* W 78-66* L 47-52*

Southwest Texas (1-0) 01/24/91 W 78-64 St. John’s (0-1) 12/17/07 L 53-69 Blazer Invitational

Eunice, La. Eunice, La. Monroe, La. Eunice, La. Monroe, La. Eunice, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Eunice, La. Monroe, La. Eunice, La. Monroe, La. Eunice, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Birmingham, Ala.

Stephen F. Austin (14-41) 01/15/77 L 80-98 Bryan, Texas 02/12/77 L 69-85 Monroe, La. --/--/77 L 71-82 Monroe, La. Regional Tournament 01/20/79 L 66-73 Monroe, La. 01/30/79 L 53-80 Bryan, Texas 01/23/80 L 62-98 Monroe, La. 02/12/80 L 57-79 Bryan, Texas 12/10/83 W 101-72 Monroe, La. 01/25/84 W 74-70 Bryan, Texas 11/19/84 W 90-51 Monroe, La. 01/12/85 W 88-58 Bryan, Texas 01/28/88 L 55-86* Bryan, Texas 02/20/88 W 89-71* Monroe, La. 03/10/88 L 85-92 Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 01/26/89 L 68-77(ot)* Bryan, Texas 02/18/89 L 59-64* Monroe, La. 01/13/90 L 55-82* Monroe, La. 02/22/90 L 52-68* Bryan, Texas 01/26/91 L 62-88* Bryan, Texas 02/09/91 L 69-73* Monroe, La. 03/09/91 L 58-70 Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 01/23/92 L 47-65* Bryan, Texas 02/22/92 W 83-71* Monroe, La. 01/14/93 L 59-70* Bryan, Texas 02/13/93 W 77-73 Monroe, La. 03/11/93 L 53-72 Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 01/18/94 L 63-71* Bryan, Texas 02/03/94 L 75-78* Monroe, La. 03/02/94 L 65-73 Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 01/21/95 L 75-90* Bryan, Texas 02/16/95 L 59-77* Monroe, La. 01/08/96 L 65-80* Monroe, La. 02/29/96 L 48-98* Bryan, Texas 01/04/97 L 57-92* Bryan, Texas 02/06/97 L 60-78* Monroe, La. 01/17/98 L 62-104* Bryan, Texas 02/05/98 W 90-87* (ot) Monroe, La. 03/07/98 L 52-84 Shreveport, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/14/99 W 67-63* Bryan, Texas 01/15/00 L 56-77* Bryan, Texas 02/26/00 W 59-57* (ot) Monroe, La. 03/10/00 L 55-72 Shreveport, La. CenturyTel Southland Tournament 01/11/01 L 67-86* Bryan, Texas 03/03/01 W 56-51* Monroe, La. 01/05/02 L 60-66* Monroe, La. 02/23/02 L 54-86* Bryan, Texas 12/28/02 L 59-64* Bryan, Texas 03/05/03 L 65-75* Bryan, Texas 01/22/04 W 70-51* Monroe, La. 02/07/04 L 53-68* Bryan, Texas

01/13/05 W 79-72* Monroe, La. 03/04/05 W 66-64* Bryan, Texas 02/09/06 L 53-61* Bryan, Texas 03/01/06 L 62-65* (ot) Monroe, La. 03/08/06 L 71-72 (ot) Monroe, La Southland Conference Tournament Syracuse (0-1) 12/02/07 L 55-55 Taco Bell Classic

Monroe, La.

Tennessee (1-0) 11/30/84 W 68-53 Dial Classic

Minneapolis, Minn.

Tennessee-Martin (0-1) 11/25/00 L 53-58 Lady Blazer Classic

Birmingham, Ala.

Texas (1-5) 12/03/80 L 67-86 03/23/84 L 91-99 NCAA Regional 12/07/85 L 54-68 Converse-Pepsi Classic 12/31/85 L 65-70 Orange Bowl Classic 12/09/86 L 60-85 02/28/90 W 61-91 Texas A&M (0-1) 12/17/03 L 69-78

Monroe, La. Ruston, La. Austin, Texas Miami, Fla. Monroe, La. Austin, Texas College Station, Texas

Texas-Arlington (29-20) 01/10/81 L 54-70 Arlington, Texas 02/07/81 W 62-57 Monroe, La. 02/26/83 W 84-53* Arlington, Texas 02/04/83 W 69-57 Monroe, La. 03/01/84 W 90-69* Arlington, Texas 02/02/85 W 95-53* Arlington, Texas 02/28/85 W 100-54* Monroe, La. 01/25/86 W 73-71* Monroe, La. 02/20/86 W 90-58* Monroe, la. 01/24/87 W 78-59* Monroe, La. 02/19/87 W 94-75* Arlington, Texas 01/21/88 W 96-65* Arlington, Texas 02/27/88 W 82-65* Monroe, La. 01/19/89 W 92-61* Arlington, Texas 01/20/90 W 68-53* Monroe, La. 02/15/90 W 71-67* Arlington, Texas 01/19/91 W 86-73* Arlington, Texas 02/16/91 W 85-64* Monroe, La. 01/30/92 L 80-94* Monroe, La. 02/29/92 L 69-78* Arlington, Texas 03/12/92 L 69-74 Nacogdoches, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/04/93 W 74-53* Arlington, Texas 03/03/93 W 56-46* Monroe, La. 01/22/94 L 62-66* Arlington, Texas 02/17/94 W 83-73* Monroe, La. 01/07/95 L 48-66* Arlington, Texas 02/02/95 W 79-76* Monroe, La. 01/25/96 L 66-79* Arlington, Texas 02/24/96 L 71-81* Monroe, La. 01/18/97 L 56-73* Monroe, La. 02/27/97 L 49-67* Arlington, Texas 02/07/98 L 62-65* Monroe, La. 01/16/99 L 54-72* Arlington, Texas 02/20/99 W 63-51* Monroe, La. 01/08/00 W 60-52* Monroe, La. 02/12/00 L 55-60* Arlington, Texas 01/13/01 W 73-61* Arlington, Texas 03/01/01 W 79-68* Monroe, La. 01/07/02 L 62-67* Monroe, La. 02/25/02 L 44-59* Arlington, Texas 02/01/03 L 63-67* Monroe, La. 03/07/03 W 59-44* Arlington, Texas 01/07/04 W 70-66* Arlington, Texas 02/05/04 W 57-49* Monroe, La. 03/11/04 L 53-56 Monroe, La.

1985 Final Four Appearance • 10 All-Americans • 4 Conference Championships


RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS Southland Conference Tournament 01/22/05 L 44-58* Arlington, Texas 02/19/05 W 59-47* Monroe, La. 03/12/05 L 54-60 Monroe, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/09/06 L 55-58* Arlington, Texas TCU (1-2) 01/09/81 L 60-66 01/17/81 W 102-66 11/28/98 L 46-82

Fort Worth, Texas Monroe, La. Fort Worth, Texas

Texas-Pan American (1-0) 11/25/06 W 55-51 San Marcos, Texas CenturyTel Bobcat Classic Texas-San Antonio (20-10) 01/05/85 W 77-56 San Diego, Calif. Kangaroo Classic 01/16/92 W 94-81* Monroe, La. 02/15/92 W 81-75* San Antonio, Texas 01/23/93 W 65-58* Monroe, La. 02/18/93 W 74-50* San Antonio, Calif. 12/30/93 W 84-47* Monroe, La. 03/02/94 W 78-67* San Antonio, Texas 01/28/95 W 83-65* Monroe, La. 02/23/95 W 77-61* San Antonio, Texas 01/20/96 W 82-65* Monroe, La. 02/15/96 L 68-72* San Antonio, Texas 01/11/97 L 51-60* Monroe, La. 01/30/97 L 57-64* San Antonio, Texas 01/05/98 W 80-70* (ot) Monroe, La. 02/21/98 L 70-72* San Antonio, Texas 12/30/98 W 63-41* San Antonio, Texas 02/04/99 W 80-64* Monroe, La. 01/22/00 W 61-49* Monroe, La. 02/17/00 W 70-56* San Antonio, Texas 01/18/01 W 57-72* Monroe, La. 02/17/01 L 42-65* San Antonio, Texas 01/21/02 L 39-46* Monroe, La. 02/11/02 L 37-63 San Antonio, Texas 01/04/03 W 62-53* Monroe, La. 02/08/03 L 59-69* San Antonio, Texas 03/13/03 L 56-60 San Antonio, Texas CenturyTel Southland Tournament 02/12/04 W 69-62* San Antonio, Texas 01/06/05 W 75-72* Monroe, La. 01/14/06 W 62-61* Monroe, La. 01/28/06 L 70-71* San Antonio, Texas Texas State (25-16) 02/06/88 W 101-79* San Marcos, Texas 02/13/88 W 82-56* Monroe, La. 02/04/89 W 89-73* San Marcos, Texas 02/11/89 W 83-66* Monroe, La. 01/25/90 W 71-68* San Marcos, Texas 02/17/90 L 58-60* Monroe, La. 02/21/91 L 71-77* San Marcos, Texas 05/08/91 W 62-64 Nacogdoches, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 11/30/91 L 60-72 Chicago, Ill. Coopers & Lybrand Invite 01/18/92 L 56-59* Monroe, La. 02/13/92 L 53-68* San Marcos, Texas 01/21/93 W 67-61* Monroe, La. 02/20/93 L 66-81* San Marcos, Texas 12/28/93 W 64-62* San Marcos, Texas 02/28/94 W 64-59* San Marcos, Texas 01/26/95 L 55-65* Monroe, La. 02/25/95 L 64-82* San Marcos, Texas 01/18/96 L 59-71* Monroe, La. 02/17/96 L 59-63* San Marcos, Texas 01/09/97 W 66-58* Monroe, La. 02/01/97 L 65-83* San Marcos, Texas 01/03/98 W 65-59* Monroe, La. 02/19/98 W 61-60* San Marcos, Texas 12/28/98 W 70-63* San Marcos, Texas 02/06/99 W 81-45* Monroe, La. 01/20/00 W 71-66* Monroe, La. 02/19/00 L 58-67* San Marcos, Texas

01/20/01 W 74-52* Monroe, La. 02/15/01 W 66-56* San Marcos, Texas 01/19/02 W 72-69* Monroe, La. 02/0902 W 72-59 San Marcos, Texas 01/02/03 L 54-55* Monroe, La. 02/06/03 L 50-64* San Marcos, Texas 01/29/04 W 84-58* Monroe, La. 02/14/04 L 62-70* San Marcos, Texas 03/09/04 W 72-59 Monroe, La. Southland Conference Tournament 01/15/05 L 78-83* Monroe, La. 02/16/05 W 86-49* San Marcos, Texas 01/26/06 W 69-63* San Marcos, Texas 03/06/06 W 72-56 San Marcos, Texas Southland Conference Tournament 11/17/07 W 72-66 Monroe, La. Texas Tech (1-0) 12/20/88 W 62-60 Oakland Tribune Classic Toledo (0-1) 03/25/94 L 68-89 WNIT

Berkley, Calif.

Amarillo, Texas

Troy (5-2) 12/04/98 W 67-47 Albuquerque, N.M. New Mexico Classic 12/29/01 W 62-57 Troy, Ala. 11/26/02 W 56-45 Monroe, La. 01/27/07 L 39-52* Monroe, La. 01/31/08 W 51-49* Troy, Ala. 03/05/08 L 65-66 Monroe, La. Sun Belt Conference Tournament 01/18/09 W 70-42* Monroe, La. Tulane (6-6) 01/23/75 W 59-39 Lafayette, La. Southwestern Louisiana Tournament 02/06/75 W 71-30 Baton Rouge, La. LSU Tournament 03/04/75 W 65-54 New Orleans, La. LAIAW State Tournament 12/03/77 L 66-71 New Orleans, La. 12/02/78 W 76-59 Monroe, La. 02/22/79 W 68-57 Monroe, La. State Tournament 02/25/81 L 59-80 Hammond, La. State Tournament 03/24/94 L 75-78 Amarillo, Texas WNIT 11/21/03 W 70-67 Monroe, La. 12/01/04 L 57-66 New Orleans, La. 12/29/07 L 72-77 New Orleans, La. 11/29/08 L 60-62 Monroe, La.

UMKC (1-0) 11/24/06 W 52-50 San Marcos, Texas CenturyTel Bobcat Classic USC (1-1) 03/18/83 L 85-99 NCAA Tournament 03/02/86 W 70-68 Northern Lights invite

Los Angeles, Calif. Anchorage, Ala.

UNC-Asheville (1-0) 01/03/90 W 113-66 Orlando, Fla. Central Florida Holiday Classic Wayland Baptist (0-1) --/--/75 L 44-70 Regional Tournament

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Western Kentucky (3-7) 11/26/82 L 83-86 Bowling Green, Ky. 02/21/83 W 79-72 Monroe, La. 03/01/86 W 88-84 Anchorage, Ala. Northern Lights Invite 03/05/89 L 65-73 Bowling Green, Ky. 03/03/90 L 56-63 Monroe, La. 11/29/03 L 45-62 Fresno, Calif. Fresno State Tournament 02/01/07 L 69-78* Bowling Green, Ky. 01/10/08 L 73-82* Monroe, La. 02/23/08 L 48-82* Bowling Green, Ky. 02/04/09 L 58-62* Monroe, La. 03/04/09 W 71-62 Bowling Green, Ky. Sun Belt Conference Tournament Whitworth (0-1) --/--/75 L 52-58

Brookhaven, Miss.

Wiley College (2-0) 12/12/81 W 86-80 11/30/82 W 96-65

Marshall, Texas Marshall, Texas

Xavier (La.) (3-1) --/--/77 W 82-72 --/--/78 L 66-69 12/18/78 W 90-78 01/26/79 W 86-70

New Orleans, La. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. New Orleans, La.

Xavier (Ohio) (0-1) 11/29/02 L 61-80 Fort Collins, Colo. Coors Rocky Mountain Classic

UAB (4-1) 01/04/90 W 80-59 Orlando, Fla. Central Florida Holiday Classic 12/03/93 W 79-76 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Tournament 12/07/96 L 42-44 Starkville, Miss. Mississippi State Tournament 11/22/05 W 70-68 Monroe, La. 11/17/06 W 80-73 Birmingham, Ala. UALR (2-9) 12/18/99 L 63-84 Little Rock, Ark. 11/21/00 L 54-57 Monroe, La. 12/18/05 W 56-53 Little Rock, Ark. 01/02/06 W 65-56 Monroe, La. 12/13/06 L 58-66* (2ot) Monroe, La. 02/03/07 L 49-52* Little Rock, Ark. 01/17/08 L 60-68* Little Rock, Ark. 03/01/08 L 46-56* Monroe, La. 12/31/08 L 50-68* Little Rock, Ark. 02/14/09 L 63-71* Monroe, La. 03/07/09 L 40-52 Hot Springs, Ark. Sun Belt Conference Tournament

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THIS IS ULM...

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THE CAMPUS OF ULM

Entertainment options range from nationally renowned speakers to ski shows.

Interactive labs and a great environment for study make ULM one of the South’s leaders in education. This is ULM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


THE CAMPUS OF ULM The UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE has everything the prospective student could ask for all rolled into one scenic and tranquil setting on the Bayou DeSiard. Since its foundation in 1931, ULM has remained large enough to provide a multitude of academic and social options and small enough to ensure every student gets the handson attention they deserve. Combining Southern hospitality with the bustling pace of a collegiate campus, ULM provides the perfect atmosphere for all the needs of the students of today!

Oozeball and Spring Fever remain annual events on the ULM campus.

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ACADEMICS - THE COLLEGES OF ULM COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

DEAN: Dr. Denny G. Ryman (ryman@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Health Studies, Radiologic Technology, Speech Language Pathology, Dental Hygiene, Clinical Laboratory Science NOTABLES: • ULM’s is the only comprehensive College of Health Sciences in the University of Louisiana system, a governing board that includes eight Division I universities across the state • Has received $1.5 million in grants and donations since the summer of 2008, including an award of $471,000 from the United States Senate for the purchase of a mobile dental unit • Opened a 5,000 square foot speech language pathology clinic in May of 2009 • Nursing students gain hands-on experience in ULM’s unique, state of the art nursing simulation lab • Students in ULM’s College of Health Sciences enjoy a near 100-percent graduation rate on certification and state license exams after completion of core curriculum

• One of the top construction management programs in the nation, ULM enjoys 100 percent placement of graduates and was the first in the nation to be accredited by the ACCE • Aviation Department features three new full motion flight simulators and a competitive flight organization, ‘Warhawk Flight’ • Students in the College of Business have access to state of the art facilities at the Center for Business & Economic Research, the ULM Small Business Development Center, and the Louisiana Small Business Development

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

DEAN: Dr. Sandra M. Lemoine (slemoine@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Art Education, Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Earth Science Education, Elementary Education, English Education, Family and Consumer Science Education, French Education, Mathematics Education, Music Education-Instrumental, Music Education-Vocal, Music Education-Instrumental/ Vocal, Social Studies Education, Spanish Education, Speech Education, Kinesiology, Psychology NOTABLES: • ULM’s elementary education program was named one of only 10 in the nation to receive full passing marks for its preparation of future mathematics teachers • Features a digital media studio that provides multimedia resources and workspace for the creation of technology-enriched projects • The department of kinesiology remains amongst the industry leader and was recently recognized by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education • ULM’s faculty operates a Community Counseling Center and Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, and offers doctoral curriculum ranked in the top 20 in the nation • Charter member of TEACH Delta Region, a five-year, $5.3 million Transition to Teaching program that recruits, trains and places highly-qualified teachers into the region

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

DEAN: Dr. Jeffrey D. Cass (jcass@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Agribusiness, Art, Atmospheric Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, Dance, English, Family & Consumer Sciences, Foreign Languages, General Studies, Geosciences, Gerontology, History, Mass Communication, Mathematics & Physics, Military Science, Music, Political Science, Social Work, Sociology, Theatre, Visual & Performing Arts NOTABLES: • Offers the only undergraduate atmospheric sciences program in the state of Louisiana through the department of geosciences • Funded through the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the biology department administers phage genomics research program for undergraduate majors • ULM’s criminal justice department oversees a local police academy and Institute of Law Enforcement, the only university entity in the state of Louisiana • Through the English department, academic and creative writing journals turnrow and Tennessee Williams Review are produced and include the work of ULM students • Sponsors many ‘Study Abroad’ programs through the Ancient World Association

DEAN: Dr. D. W. Greg Leader (leader@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Toxicology, Pharmacy, MS of Pharmaceutical Sciences NOTABLES: • ULM’s College of Pharmacy is the only state supported pharmacy program in Louisiana • ULM features one of only seven undergraduate toxicology programs in the United States including the only one located in the South • ULM College of Pharmacy faculty work with local, national, and international researchers to build and sustain programs focusing on drug development and delivery, patient outcomes, pharmacy practice, and toxicology • Recently moved into a new, 132,000 square foot, pharmacy-only building that houses nationally recognized pharmacy care teaching laboratory and 12 stateof-the-art research laboratories • The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) named ULM’s practice laboratory as the ‘national paradigm’

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

DEAN: Dr. Ronald R. Berry (rberry@ulm.edu) MAJORS OFFERED: Accounting, Aviation, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Construction Management, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business, Management, Marketing, Risk Management & Insurance NOTABLES: • ULM’s College of Business is fully accredited at both the undergraduate and graduate (MBA) level and features unique, cutting-edge programs in construction management, entrepreneurship, and risk management & insurance

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STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES As part of the ULM Athletics academic improvement plan, the department added new staff, increased tutoring opportunities, improved the administrative technology, and expanded the supervised study program. Continuing its committment to academic excellence, ULM opened the doors of the CLARK M. WILLIAMS STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER for the 2008-09 school year, an academic-oriented building containing computer lab, individual and group study rooms, and counseling areas. ULM recently honored the first 66-person class in the ‘Maroon and Gold Society’, an honors program for ULM athletes based on their academic successes. With the increase in resources and availibility, Warhawk student-athletes have reaped the benefits of the renewed focus on academics. Over 70 current and former student-athletes graduated from ULM during the 2008-09 school year. Additionally, more than 200 were recognized with placement on the AD’s honor roll during the period. The scholastic recognitions aren’t just happening at ULM either. Tennis’ Claire Clark garnered Academic All-America status in 2008-09 and soccer’s Rachel Hobson was named Academic All-District. The Sun Belt Conference also recognized 37 Warhawks with placement on the Commissioner’s List and another 69 on the Academic Honor Roll. Under the direction of Assistant Athletic Director Tasha Fisher, the ULM Student Athlete Services program focuses on five areas of committment: • ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Academic counseling and assessment, time management, study skills, tutorial assistance, study halls, scholarship applications, communication skills, mentor programs, awards, honors and recognitions • ATHLETIC EXCELLENCE: Broad athletic programs, quality facilities and equipment, coaching and support staff, competitive scheduling, media relations and exposure, athletic training and health care, spirit groups, and administrative support • CAREER DEVELOPMENT: Career counseling, applying and interviewing for jobs, networking, placement, summer and vacation employment, graduate school, and internships • PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Social development, personal health, alcohol and drug education, fundamental values, ethics awareness, values clarification, emotional health, support groups, stress management, spiritual needs, peer counseling, and fiscal responsibility • SERVICE: Active community outreach participation, volunteer work in schools and the community, leadership training, and citizenship

ULM STUDENT-ATHLETE ACADEMIC SERVICES STAFF

TASHA FISHER Assistant Athletic Director - Academics

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DR. KATHY PARKER BRANDY BRADLEY MAURICE NELSON Coordinator of Academic Counseling

Academic Counselor

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STUDENT-ATHLETE LIVING LIVING THE WARHAWK WAY

Featuring all the amenities of a growing Division I university, day-today life for the Warhawk student-athlete rivals that of any campus across the nation. Recently remodeled apartments and dorms located a mere stones throw away from the athletic facilities, a newly remodeled student-center, a brand new on campus Starbucks, and the latest in dining options gives ULM’s athletes the best of both worlds - the strong academic and social atmospheres to match the athletic facilities.

STARBUCKS & BAYOU VILLAGE APARTMENTS

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HEALTH AND CONDITIONING STAYING HEALTHY

Under the direction of assistant athletic director Phil Shaw, the ULM athletic training staff provides studentathletes with a comprehensive Sports Medicine Program focused on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation. Staffed by three full-time certified athletic trainers, a minimum of five graduate assistants, and several student trainers, the Warhawk athletes have an army of individuals caring for their health and safety. Viewing health care as a key component to the success of a student-athlete, sports medicine facilities in Malone Stadium and Fant-Ewing Coliseum are in action year round. Opening at 6:30 a.m. and remaining so until each student-athlete’s needs have been met, the sports medicine staff diligently takes care of needs ranging from taping and daily treatment to more major rehabilitations. In addition to the on-site staff, the ULM sports medicine team includes a partnership with the top health care professionals in the region. Teaming with the North Louisiana Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic, ULM ensures that the health needs of its student-athletes are given top priority.

STAYING COMPETITIVE

Annually producing the best conditioned and most prepared student-athletes for competition at the highest level of collegiate competition, the strength and conditioning program has been turning heads at the regional and national level. The Warhawk strength and conditioning staff under the direction of Kim Sword tailors a program to meet the specific needs of student-athletes in each respective sport. Inside the 10,000 square foot ULM Athletics Fitness Center training needs are isolated and a combination of power and endurance programs are employed. Measures to increase explosiveness, reaction speed, flexibility, overall strength, and many more are worked on as pillars of the ULM strength and conditioning program to ensure that Warhawk student-athletes remain BIGGER, STRONGER, and FASTER than their competition. ulmwarhawks.com


ULM IN THE COMMUNITY

GIVING BACK: Student-athletes at ULM have always placed a particularly high emphasis on remaining active members of a community that constantly shows its support for the school. Youth clinics, summer camps, and community service throughout the year are just a few of the things that these Warhawk athletes have done to give back to a Monroe, La., community that has become a second home for many. Over the last calender year alone, student-athletes from ULM’s 16 sports teams have: • VOLUNTEERED: time to residents of southern Louisiana displaced in the

aftermath of Hurricane Gustav by serving food, preparing beds, and just sitting to visit • CONDUCTED: summer camps and instructional sessions for area youth as a way to encourage area youth to become involved in athletics • PARTICIPATED: in career days and youth functions at local schools to address issues that range in topics from becoming a student-athlete in college to living a drug free life • RAISED: awareness and money for local foundations seeking to find a cure for breast cancer • DONATED: blood to northeast Louisiana blood banks by the gallon, filling the area’s monthly quota in a single day • COACHED: individuals and teams in skills relating to their respective sports for competition in school and recreational leagues throughout the community

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THE SUN BELT CONFERENCE While there are 31 NCAA conferences that sponsor multiple sports, the Sun Belt is one of only 11 to participate in the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and Football Bowl Subdivision. The Sun Belt was formed in 1976 with six members competing in four men’s sports, and today comprises 13 institutions of higher learning while sponsoring 19 championship sports for men and women. The Sun Belt Conference enters its 34th season in 2009-10 with a proud history of athletic and academic success. The conference sponsors 10 women’s sports - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball; and nine men’s sports – baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, swimming and diving, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Each of the 19 sports has seen numerous team and individual accomplishments, and nearly every Sun Belt Conference school is currently graduating its student-athletes at a rate higher than its respective school’s student body. All Sun Belt schools are committed to excellence in the 21st century, and facility upgrades and expansions are taking place on every campus. During the 2008-09 academic year alone, the Sun Belt Conference accomplished numerous feats. In the fall of 2008 Middle Tennessee, FIU and Western Kentucky University all represented the league in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament – the first time the Sun Belt has sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in volleyball and the second straight year the conference has sent multiple teams. Middle Tennessee advanced to the second round of the tournament, while WKU and FIU put forth strong and hard-fought efforts in the first round. The Sun Belt momentum continued in the sport of football as Florida Atlantic and Troy both earned bowl bids after impressive regular-season performances. It marked the third time in the league’s eight-year football history that two teams have received postseason nods. FAU marked its place in the history books when the Owls defeated Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl, becoming the first SBC team to win back-to-back bowl games. In men’s basketball, WKU received its second straight bid to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament after winning the Sun Belt Conference Championship. The Hilltoppers secured a trip to the second round with a 76-72 win over fifth-seeded Illinois and battled to the end in a heartbreaking two-point loss to Gonzaga. It was the second year in a row that WKU defeated a higher-seeded team to advance past the tournament’s opening round. On the women’s side, Middle Tennessee captured national attention with the help of standout junior Alysha Clark. The Blue Raiders spent time in the coaches’ poll top 25. The squad earned a spot in the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament as Sun Belt Conference champions and finished the season with an impressive 28-6 record. Clark’s consistent performances earned her the title of the nation’s leading scorer as she averaged 27.5 points per game. The Blue Raiders will look to continue their success in the 2009-10 season, and with every student-athlete returning, they will be poised to make another strong showing. There was no shortage of success in the Sun Belt’s spring sports in 2009, either. Three tennis teams represented the league in the NCAA Tennis Tournaments. The Middle Tennessee men’s team and FIU women’s team both earned their places in the national competition by winning their respective Sun Belt Conference championships. The Denver women’s squad received an at-large bid after building a 16-5 regular season record, marking their second straight appearance at the event. FIU advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament following a 4-3 win over Princeton in the first round. The 2009 Sun Belt Conference golf teams picked up right where they left off after an impressive 2008 season that saw two squads advance to the NCAA National Championship after top-10 finishes at their respective regional sites. The Sun Belt followed up the strong 2008 showing by sending three teams to the NCAA Regionals. Middle Tennessee and Denver were both selected to compete at the regional events, marking the 10th consecutive year that the conference has sent two men’s teams to the postseason. The Denver women also received an automatic bid to the Regionals after taking home its sixth consecutive Sun Belt crown. The Pioneer women held a national ranking throughout the entire season and capped the year with its first-ever regional championship, winning the NCAA East Regional at the Mark Bostick Golf Course in Gainesville, Fla. Denver came away with a top-five finish in the national competition, taking fifth place at the 2009 NCAA National Championship. It marked the highest finish in the program’s history and the third consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship for the Pioneers. A year after Louisiana-Lafayette reached the pinnacle of collegiate softball by advancing to the Women’s College World Series, the high level of competition within the conference during the 2009 softball season was clear evidence of the league’s increasing parity. Louisiana-Lafayette’s Ragin’ Cajuns took home their ninth Sun Belt Conference crown in 10 years, but they faced heavy opposition in the regular season and throughout the conference tournament.

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Louisiana-Lafayette fell to host Baylor University in the first round of the Waco Regional, but fought off elimination by winning its next two contests against No. 13 Northwestern and Texas State. The Cajuns’ postseason run came to an end with a second loss to Baylor. But with their entire pitching staff returning, including Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year Donna Bourgeois, the Cajuns have plenty of reason to look forward to the 2010 season. In baseball, the Sun Belt Conference has sent multiple teams to the NCAA tournament each year since 1988. The 21-year streak of having two or more teams reach NCAA play is matched by only four other conferences (ACC, Big West, SEC, Pac-10). Both WKU and Middle Tennessee represented the league in the NCAA Baseball Championships in 2009. Because of its status as a member of the Football Bowl Subdivsion coalition, the Sun Belt Conference has a permanent seat on the NCAA’s 17-member Board of Directors. As a result, the conference has a crucial voice on some of the most pressing issues in college athletics and will always have a role in the implementation of any future NCAA legislation and guidelines. The conference continues to utilize television to grow and promote the league and its member institutions. The Sun Belt Conference signed a new multi-year agreement with ESPN, Inc. in January of 2009 that will result in unprecedented national coverage for the league. Additionally, ESPN televised the conference’s men’s basketball championship game for the 29th straight season in 2009, marking its longest affiliation with any conference in the country. The conference’s regional television partnership with Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and Cox Sports Television (CST) enables live telecasts of Sun Belt events to reach millions of households. The addition of volleyball, baseball and softball to the conference’s television package has resulted in more national and regional television exposure for the league than at any time in its history. The Sun Belt Conference has also partnered with JumpTV Sports, Inc. to deliver a fullservice, customized, public and premium website to provide fans with a broad range of real-time information and content about the conference’s athletic teams. The Sun Belt is one of the few conferences in the nation to provide video highlights and features on its website from each of the league’s respective championships. This technology serves as a great recruiting tool for schools by enabling anyone in the world with internet access to view the conference’s championship events. Fans in five different countries viewed the conference’s most recent soccer championship. Prominent Sun Belt alumni include former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (Denver), NFL Hall of Fame football player “Mean” Joe Greene (North Texas), Florida Marlins All-Star baseball player Luis Gonzalez (South Alabama), Boston Red Sox baseball player Mike Lowell (MLB All-Star and 2007 MLB World Series MVP, Florida International), former member of the United States Senate and House of Representatives John Breaux (Louisiana-Lafayette), country music superstar Tim McGraw (ULM), and actor Andy Garcia (FIU). The conference’s first 33 years have also produced numerous individual national champions along with Olympic track medalists including Earl Bell, Tom Hill and Al Joyner (Arkansas State), Hollis Conway (Louisiana-Lafayette), and Tayna Lawrence (FIU). Old Dominion’s Anne Donovan received the Naismith Trophy recognizing the nation’s top women’s basketball player in 1983, helped the United States win the Olympic gold medal in 1984 and helped the Lady Monarchs capture the national championship in 1985 (one of eight women’s Final Four appearances by Sun Belt schools: Old Dominion - 1983, 1985; WKU – 1985, 1986, 1992; Louisiana Tech – 1994, 1998, 1999). Sun Belt teams have also participated in the men’s NCAA Final Four (Charlotte 1977), the College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 2000), the women’s College World Series (Louisiana-Lafayette 1993, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2008), and have had 11 players selected in the first round of the NBA Draft. The Sun Belt Conference is led by Commissioner Wright Waters, who is in his 10th full year as commissioner. He was named the conference’s fourth commissioner in February of 1999 following the tenures of Vic Bubas (1976-1990), Jim Lessig (1990-1991), and Craig Thompson (1991-1998). The league’s annual all sports champion is awarded the Vic Bubas Cup, named after the conference’s first commissioner. The conference office has been headquartered in downtown New Orleans since 2000 after moving from suburban Metairie, La., where it had been based since 1991. Prior to moving to the “Big Easy,” the league was based in Tampa, Fla., from 1977-1991. The original conference office was located in Charlotte, N. C., from 1976-77. Sun Belt Membership: University of Arkansas-Little Rock, Arkansas State University, University of Denver, Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Middle Tennessee State University, University of New Orleans, University of North Texas, University of South Alabama, Troy University, and Western Kentucky University.


WE ARE WARHAWKS THE RISE OF THE WARHAWKS

Moving into the Sun Belt Conference for the 2006-07 season, ULM’s athletic department completed a transformation of sorts. The old Indian mascot was ceremonially honored and retired at the end of the previous athletic campaign and the ULM WARHAWKS were born. Unique to the program, ULM’s new moniker is the only one at the highest level of NCAA competition and one of only two Warhawks at any collegiate level in the entire nation. ULM’s Warhawks provide fans with multiple points of pride to rally behind. The new mascot holds local historical connection to the P-40 ‘Warhawk’ airplane flown by northeast Louisiana’s General Claire Chennault and the Flying Tigers of WWII. The Warhawk is also symbolic of the redshouldered hawk, a local predatory bird commonly found nesting along Bayou DeSiard and soaring above ULM’s athletic facilities year round. On August 30, 2006, ULM mascot ‘ACE THE WARHAWK’ was born. Wearing bomber jacket, flight helmet and goggles, Ace has provided a perfect representation of the dual meaning of ULM’s mascot. Less than two months later, WARHAWK I, a live red-shouldered hawk permanently housed at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo in Monroe, La., was added to the ULM family of mascots. Since their arrival, ACE and Warhawk I have become vital parts of the ULM community. Including appearances at home athletic events and other activities around campus, the duo have rallied fans to help the Warhawks achieve victory. The pair also make appearances across the Monroe community, providing educational opportunities for ULM’s youngest fans.

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A TRADITION OF WINNING The rafters at Fant-Ewing Coliseum are full and the trophy cases across campus are overflowing with the fruits of ULM’s athletic successes. Beginning with a men’s cross country and track and field conference championship in 1958-59, the Warhawks have had a storied run at the top of the standings in each sport over the athletic program’s history. From national championships to basketball Final Fours and collegiate baseball World Series appearances, fans at ULM have become accustomed to watching their teams compete - and win - at the highest level. The Warhawks have advanced to the national semifinals of major tournaments in six different sports and ULM has claimed more than 90 conference championships. The ULM men’s squads have claimed all-sports titles14 times, including four in the Gulf States Conference (1963, ‘64, ‘65, ‘69), the Atlantic Sun (1980, ‘81, ‘82), and the Southland Conference (1984, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94). The ULM women have grabbed allsports titles six times in the Southland Conference (1984, ‘85, ‘87, ‘88, ‘90, ‘94). During the 1984 SLC season, ULM became the first program in conference history to win all sports titles on both the men’s and women’s side. The Warhawks would accomplish the feat three more times. After conquering the Southland Conference, ULM made the move to the Sun Belt Conference and has continued its winning ways. Before the Warhawks had even become full members of their new league, the team had won a football conference championship in 2005. One year later, ULM won a divisional title in men’s basketball and followed that up one season later with a 2008 regular season championship in baseball.

ALL-TIME CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS MEN Sun Belt Conference Football (2001-present) 2005: Football Sun Belt Conference All Sports (2006-present) 2008: Baseball (season) 2006-07: Basketball (division) Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2003-04: Men’s Golf 2001-02: Baseball (season) 1999-00: Baseball (season) 1998-99: Baseball (season) 1996-97: Basketball, Tennis 1995-96: Baseball (season), Basketball (both), Tennis 1994-95: Baseball (tour.), Tennis (tour.) 1993-94: Basketball, Tennis 1992-93: Football, Basketball (both), Tennis 1991-92: Basketball (tournament), Tennis 1990-91: Football, Basketball (both) 1989-90: Basketball (both), Tennis 1988-89: Tennis 1987-88: Football (National Champion), Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Tennis, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1985-86: Basketball (both), Indoor Track 1984-85: Tennis 1983-84: Tennis 1982-83: Football, Baseball Atlantic Sun Conference (1978-82) 1981-82: Baseball, Basketball (tour.), Cross Country, Tennis 1980-81: Cross Country, Tennis 1979-80: Basketball, Tennis 1978-79: Basketball

All-American Eun Jung Lee-Ok, now associate head coach for the women’s basketball team, led her squad to the 1985 Final Four

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Gulf States Conference (1953-71) 1969-70: Baseball (national runner-up), Outdoor Track 1968-69: Baseball, Outdoor Track 1967-68: Baseball, Golf 1965-66: Baseball 1964-65: Basketball, Cross Country, Tennis 1963-64: Baseball, Cross Country, Tennis, Outdoor Track 1962-63: Tennis, Outdoor Track 1961-62: Basketball, Cross Country, Outdoor Track 1960-61: Cross Country 1959-60: Outdoor Track 1958-59: Cross Country, Outdoor Track WOMEN Southland Conference (1982-2006) 2004-05: Basketball (season) 2002-03: Tennis (tour.) 1996-97: Tennis, Softball (season) 1995-96: Tennis 1994-95: Tennis 1992-93: Tennis 1991-92: Tennis 1990-91: Tennis 1988-89: Indoor Track, Outdoor Track 1987-88: Track 1986-87: Cross Country, Basketball 1985-86: Cross Country, Softball (tour.), Track 1984-85: Basketball (NCAA Final Four, Midwest Regional Champion), Softball (tour.) 1983-84: Basketball, Tennis 1982-83: Basketball


WARHAWK ATHLETICS

2008 - 09

ATHLETIC SUCCESSES 31 student-athletes named All-Sun Belt Conference in their respective sports Baseball defeats two college world series participants during the regular season

TRACK & FIELD Richard McKay was named Louisiana Field Freshman of the Year after advancing to his first NCAA Outdoor Championship.

Track sends two individuals to NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship Football knocks off Sun Belt Champion for the second consecutive season

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Men’s indoor and outdoor track enjoy the program’s highest finish since 1995 “Super Warhawk Weekend” packs ULM - Fans overflow campus for second-annual spring event Baseball advances to Sun Belt Conference Tournament Championship Game Men’s Basketball knocks off two NCAA Tourney teams in nonconference action

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Saw 21,929 fans crowd the stands at Malone Stadium for a showdown with rival LouisianaLafayette, the third-consecutive year a crowd of more than 20,000 witnessed a home game.

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Cardia Jackson named First Team AllLouisiana and All-Sun Belt at linebacker. Finished the season ranked eighth nationally in total tackles per game. This is ULM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


2008-09 - A BANNER SEASON

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The 2009 Sun Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year, Boomer Blanchard led the Warhawks to theSun Belt Tournament Championship Game

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sse Carrier moved into the top five in program story for made 3-pointers after leading the arhawks to a first round upset at defending Sun lt Champion Western Kentucky.

SOFTBALL

Brianna Love earned All-Sun Belt Conference and All-District honors in leading the Warhawks to a league tournament first round upset of top-seeded LouisianaLafayette

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TENNIS

Nationally ranked in 2009, Claire Clark garnered Academic All-America honors, was named to the All-Conference team, and led the Warhawks to a first round win in the league tournament.


THIS IS MONROE, LA. A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT Welcome to the Twin Cities of Monroe and West Monroe, Louisiana. Hopefully, during your time here you can experience some of the local history and flavor and see why we consider our Twin Cities a special place. Monroe is located along the Ouachita River, which was named one of the most beautiful rivers in the world by National Geographic. Although the area is growing and developing at a great place, Monroe is still a small town at heart. There are many points of interest that draw visitors to the area. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta Airlines and the first place west of the Mississippi River to bottle Coca-Cola. The oldest human dwelling site in North America, Poverty Point, is located near Monroe. For arts and theater enthusiasts the Twin Cities offers the Masur Museum of Art; Twin City Ballet Company; Monroe Symphony Orchestra; Madrigal Dinners; Brown Bag Concerts and University of Louisiana at Monroe Concert Series. The Strauss Playhouse offers regular performances throughout the year

and Impresario’s Choice offers a Broadway Series at the Monroe Civic Center. The Monroe Civic Center has a variety of performances and concerts each year. Embracing the outdoors, northeast Louisiana has been coined Sportsman’s Paradise, a description that fits the diverse area perfectly. With rivers and bayous dotting the landscape, residents of the area can frequently be found fishing, canoeing, and enjoying a wide assortment of outdoor activities. The area also features the Louisiana Purchase Zoo as well as many botanical gardens. A BIT OF HISTORY Ouachita Parish is located in northeastern Louisiana approximately halfway between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Memphis, Tennessee. The Ouachita River runs through the Twin Cities. On its east bank is Monroe, with approximately 56,000 residents and encom-

passing 31.2 square miles. The parish is 643 square miles in size and has a total population of roughly 150,000. Years before the Louisiana Purchase unified American colonization efforts, the present site of Monroe was an established trade center on the banks of the Ouachita River. The word “Ouachita” has been variously translated to have meant “silver water”, “clear water”, or “good hunting”. In 1780, a primitive French settlement called Prairie de Canots (Prairie of the Canoes) marked the real beginnings of Monroe. It’s political beginnings may be traced to the year 1783 when Jean Baptiste Filhoil, also known as Don Juan Filhoil, was appointed by the Spanish crown to oversee the sparsely populated “Poste de Washitas” region of what is now northeast Louisiana. By 1790, Filhiol had established a for (Fuerte Miro) on or near the present day site of Monroe. A land grant of 1,680 acres from the King of Spain, settled in the territory. Soon after, a prohibition ordinance was enacted, and Fort Miro was constructed to protect his village. The Monroe-West Monroe area is a medical hub for a 16-parish radius serving 442,000 people. Over 200 physicians and 71 dentists work with many people and other para-medical health professionals and health care organizations. There are eight hospitals and specialty centers in the area. The Twin Cities’ two school systems, Monroe City and Ouachita Parish, operate elementary schools, junior and high schools. More than 28,000 students attend the two systems. There are 16 private and denominational schools in the Monroe-West Monroe area, offering classes from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Ouachita’s college community had its advent in 1931 with the founding in Monroe of Northeast Louisiana University. Today the University of Louisiana at Monroe, one of the state’s leading insti-

tutions of higher learning, is a four-year university with an enrollment of more than 8,500 students. ULM offers 85 degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels through its college of Business Administration, Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Pharmacy, Education and Human Development, and Graduate School. The “Twin Cities” of Monroe and West Monroe continue as the urban center for a parish which is itself the focus of commerce in northeast Louisiana. With a diversified economic base and air rail, water and highway connections to the major metropolitan areas of the central United States, Ouachita Parish continues as one of the increasingly important locations in the development of Louisiana and of the South. The climate consists of an average yearly

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temperature of 65 degrees with a mild winter and Monroe thrives as a business and industrial establishment, as well as a university town. Monroe is the heartland for festivals, special events, tours and conventions. Take a look at our bustling city, our hometown, Monroe, Louisiana. HOW TO GET TO ULM The Twin Cities are easily accessible by car or by plane. By car, Monroe-West Monroe is accessible from the east or west by Interstate 20, U.S. Highway 80 and Louisiana Highways 2, 15, and 34. Major north-south routes to the Twin Cities include U.S. Highway 165 and Louisiana Highway 139.

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By plane, four major airlines (American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Continental Express, and Northwest Airlink) provide service to the Monroe Regional Airport with 15 flights daily. Monroe is the birthplace of Delta Airlines. Non-stop flights are available to Atlanta, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, and Memphis. Ground transportation is available through car rental agencies, taxi and limousine services. ACCOMMODATIONS Monroe-West Monroe has more than 1,500 quality hotel rooms which are convenient to numerous meeting facilities and two convention centers. Among the major hotels in the area are: Holiday Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn, LaQuinta Inn, Days Inn, the Atrium Hotel and Suites, and Best Western. The Holiday Inn Holidome is centrally located in Monroe and features 261 rooms. It has a meeting facility with a capacity of 375 and can hold 350 people for a private meal or banquet. ATTRACTIONS Monroe is not only the birthplace of Delta Airlines, but it is also the place where the first Coca-Cola bottling plant began operations. Overall, the Twin Cities are a place where

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visitors will meet warm and friendly people, sample superb cuisine, and find delightful shopping opportunities. Major chain restaurants in Monroe and West Monroe include: Applebee’s, Outback Steakhouse, Lone Star Steakhouse, Chili’s, Bennigan’s, Cracker Barrel, Olive Garden, Copeland’s, O’Charley’s and Red Lobster. Among the attractions in Monroe and West Monroe are the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo, which features over 750 rare animals, landscaped gardens, waterways, boat and train rides, and picnic areas, and the Pecanland Mall, the largest of its kind between Jackson, Miss., and Dallas, Texas. Monroe also remains close enough to some of the South’s major historical and scenic hubs for those looking for an easy weekend getaway. The French Quarter and waterways of New Orleans are less than five hours to the south while the opportunities of Dallas and Shreveport are conveniently located to the west on Interstate 20. Historic Vicksburg, Miss., is one hour to the east and Little Rock, Ark., is located three hours to the north.


ULM’S PROMINENT ALUMNI KEN R. ANTEE, JR. Former Chief Administrative Officer City of Shreveport ROBERT BARHAM Secretary of Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries QUINN BECKER U.S. Army Surgeon General (retired) JOHN C. BLITCH Director Project Management, Walt Disney Imagineering TIM BRANDO ESPN and CBS sports personality, Nationally syndicated radio host GEORGE M. CAMPBELL President Regions Bank of Louisiana EARL CASEY CNN GEORGE W. COLE President & CEO, Atlanta, Inc. JOHN DANA CUNY President & CEO, Acordia Benefits of Florida KRISTY CURRY Head coach Texas Tech women’s basketball TIM BRANDO COL. WILLIAM G. DAVIES Secretary of Defense Health Affairs ESPN and CBS Sports Personality LADD ELLIS, JR. Director of the Kansas City Service Center, IRS Nationally syndicated radio host CHUCK FINLEY Former MLB All-Star BREAUX GREER Four-time Olympian, U.S. Record Holder (Javelin) BRUCE HANKS Former Director of Athletics, ULM ERNEST HILL Author LINDA HOLYFIELD CEO, P&S Surgery Center KATHERINE PUTNAM STAN HUMPHRIES Retired NFL quarterback 2009 Miss Louisiana RONNIE JOHNS Former District 33 Representative SUNIL KUMAR President & CEO International Specialty Products, Inc. TERRY MATTHEWS Former MLB pitcher JAMIE MAYO Mayor City of Monroe CHARLES MCDONALD Former District 14 Representative TIM MCGRAW Grammy Award Winner Country Music Singer/Songwriter MARK MITCHELL Principal Owner CNH Partners, LLC TIFFANY MOCK 1994 Miss Louisiana, Acress BILL MONTGOMERY Former District 9 Representative JAMES W. MOORE Former President & CEO, Moore Oil Company TIM MCGRAW CALVIN NATT Former NBA All-Star Grammy Award Winner KENNY NATT NBA assistant coach, 2008-09 Interim HC Sacramento Kings Country Singer/Songwriter DR. DAVID NORRIS Mayor City of West Monroe DOUG PEDERSON Former NFL Quarterback, AC Philadelphia Eagles WILLIAM PRYOR Federal Judge, Former Attorney General for Alabama JOE PROFIT Preisdent & CEO Telecommunications International KATHERINE PUTNAM Miss Louisiana 2009 B.J. ROBISON Senior V.P. Pfizer, Inc. (retired) BEN SHEETS MLB All-Star, 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist KATHRYN M. SULLIVAN President & CEO, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Louisiana FRANCIS THOMPSON Senator HARRY WALKER U.S. Army General (retired) MIKE WALSWORTH Senator District 33 BEN SHEETS JAMES H. WHARTON Former Chancellor, Louisiana State University Major League Baseball All-Star ANITA WHITAKER Miss Louisiana 1984, Actress 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist TOMMY WRIGHT Former District 22 Representative This is ULM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION The primary support group for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Athletics is the ULM ATHLETIC FOUNDATION. The Athletic Foundation, organized in 1956, is the main fundraising organization for the athletics department. WHAT IS THE ATHLETIC FOUNDATION? The ULM Athletic Foundation is the pillar of support for Warhawk Athletics. It is composed of individuals and businesses with a common mission: to raise financial support and awareness for Warhawk Athletics, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of more than 300 student-athletes. FIVE WAYS YOU CAN HELP ULM ATHLETICS 1. Donate to the Athletic Foundation and “Give 110 percent” of your previous year’s giving. Your gift to the Athletic Foundation allows us to provide much needed financial assistance to the athletics department. Increased funding is vital to improving and maintaining competitiveness in all 16 varsity sports. 2. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and donate to the Athletic Foundation. Increase financial support comes from many different revenue sources. Whether participating in a special event, attending home games or making a donation, your financial support is vital to providing a championship experience to every studentathlete! 3. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades If you are interested in making a once-in-a-lifetime gift to the Athletic Foundation, we will work with you to make sure that your wishes for such an important gift are satisfied. When you make such a gift, we will continue to partner with you in shepherding the contribution as you wish. 4. Let us know if your company has a matching gift program Over 1,000 companies participated in matching gift programs which allow you to double or triple your Athletic foundation contributions. Please check with your Human Resources Department to determine if your company matches gifts for athletic scholarships. 5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan. Many donors choose to make gifts such as trusts

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Warhawk Booster $100

Maroon & Gold $250

P-40 Red-tailed Warhawk Hawk $500 $750

Bronze Hawk $1,000

Silver Hawk $2,500

Gold Hawk $5,000

Diamond Hawk $10,000+

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and annuities when revising their estates and wills. These instruments allow the donor to see the benefit of planned giving while they are still able to stay involved in the athletics program. Another course of action is an outright gift as part of a will or estate plan. Both planned giving and bequests are a great plan to link your legacy to Warhawk Athletics. Tax Information The ULM Athletic Foundation is a qualified taxexempt corporation under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Service. Please consult your tax advisor to see how laws apply to your particular gift. The ULM Athletic Foundation tax deduction identification number is 23-7399232. To make a gift or find additional information, please call the ULM Athletic Foundation at (318) 342-5428 or visit us online at ulmwarhawks.com.

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1 • Marion Zollicoffer

3 • Elizabeth Torres

10 • Kassie Courtney

13 • Sumar Leslie

14 • Ashley Wakefield

15 • Jordan Rawson

20 • Jesse Carrier

23 • Priscilla Mbiandja

24 • Kathryn Lonsberry

25 • Nicole Tucker

30 • Portia Tucker

32 • Sannisha Williams

F • 6-1 • So. Carthage, Miss.

G • 5-6 • Fr. Garland, Texas

G • 5-10 • So. Southlake, Texas

G • 5-6 • So. Keller, Texas

C • 6-2 • Jr. Pineville, La.

G • 5-10 • RFr. Tyler, Texas

34 • Shannon Davis C • 6-1 • Sr. Lafayette, La.

Mona Martin Head Coach

EJ Ok

Associate Head Coach

G • 5-10 • Jr. Holden, La.

G • 5-10 • Sr. Sulphur, La.

G • 5-10 • So. Senatobia, Miss.

G • 5-6 • So. Houma, La.

G • 5-8 • Jr. Yaounde, Cameroon

F • 6-0 • Jr.. Ruston, La.

35 • Larrie Williams C • 6-2 • So. Little Rock, Ark.

Gerline Guillaume Assistant Head Coach

Amber Magner

Assistant Head Coach


TV/RADIO CHART

1 • Marion Zollicoffer

3 • Elizabeth Torres

10 • Kassie Courtney

13 • Sumar Leslie

14 • Ashley Wakefield

15 • Jordan Rawson

20 • Jesse Carrier

23 • Priscilla Mbiandja

24 • Kathryn Lonsberry

25 • Nicole Tucker

30 • Portia Tucker

32 • Sannisha Williams

F • 6-1 • So. Carthage, Miss.

G • 5-6 • Fr. Garland, Texas

G • 5-10 • So. Southlake, Texas

G • 5-6 • So. Keller, Texas

C • 6-2 • Jr. Pineville, La.

G • 5-10 • RFr. Tyler, Texas

34 • Shannon Davis C • 6-1 • Sr. Lafayette, La.

Mona Martin Head Coach

EJ Ok

Associate Head Coach

G • 5-10 • Jr. Holden, La.

G • 5-10 • Sr. Sulphur, La.

G • 5-10 • So. Senatobia, Miss.

G • 5-6 • So. Houma, La.

G • 5-8 • Jr. Yaounde, Cameroon

F • 6-0 • Jr.. Ruston, La.

35 • Larrie Williams C • 6-2 • So. Little Rock, Ark.

Gerline Guillaume Assistant Head Coach

Amber Magner

Assistant Head Coach


DR. JAMES E. COFER, SR. - ULM PRESIDENT The leader of an extraordinary renaissance at ULM, PRESIDENT JAMES E. COFER, SR., is in his eighth year as the university's president. When Cofer and his wife Deborah arrived in 2002, they immediately began the "Reclaiming Our Campus" campaign, which involved more than 2,000 students, faculty, staff, community leaders, and area citizens who cleaned, planted flowers and repainted the campus. Shortly thereafter, Cofer developed an ambitious visionary plan that included more than $80 million in new construction and renovations on campus. Students now enjoy the newest, up-to-date residence halls, state-of-the-art "smart classrooms," a completely-renovated Student Union Building, and multiple campus security improvements. While it is easy to recognize the remarkable physical transformation of ULM's campus, there's another less tangible but equally vital change: the renewed spirit and confidence of the students and faculty and staff who live and work at ULM. In 2007, students rated ULM higher than ever before— breaking a record for student satisfaction at the institution and surpassing student satisfaction at the national level. Between 2002 and 2008, student enrollment increased 55 percent. The Chronicle of Higher Education featured this progress in a 2008 article, "Beautification leads to record growth." ULM's constituents are also noticing these improvements; between 2002 and 2008, financial gifts to the university increased by 71.6 percent and the number of donors increased by 46.8 percent. In addition, shortly after arriving on campus, Cofer saw the potential for a school that would combine art, music, theatre and dance. The School of Visual and Performing Arts was created in 2003, and in 2007, VAPA announced the creation of the Louisiana Lyric Opera, the state's only professional music theatre, which quickly became the cultural magnet of Northeast Louisiana. LLO employs renowned talent, including Broadway performers. President Cofer also focuses on the importance of intellectual exchange at ULM and in the community. In 2003, the Presidential Lyceum Series began. This popular lecture series features national speakers such as Bill Cosby, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Ben Stein, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Steve Forbes, Lisa Ling, and, during the election year of 2008, Mary Matalin and James Carville. Another of Cofer's initiatives expanded the College of Pharmacy, Louisiana's only state-supported pharmacy program. ULM administration secured more than $5.5 million for the COP between 20022006, purchasing the three-story, 132,000-squarefoot Bienville Building—now the College's home— from State Farm Insurance in 2005. After an onsite visit in 2006 by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, ACPE officials noted that the accredited COP, which now has satellite campuses in Baton Rouge and Shreveport, "experienced a major transformation and the College enjoys a new vitality and sense of purpose." During an onsite visit in 2008, ACPE representatives were so impressed with ULM's advanced Pharmacy Care Laboratory that

they deemed it a paradigm for institutions intending to remodel or rebuild its care laboratories. The university continues to build upon its renaissance. With the help of engaged faculty, ULM patterned its mathematics and English course redesigns after the National Center for Academic Transformation's Roadmap to Redesign philosophy, utilizing sound methodology, student-centered learning, clear assessment criteria and effective technology incorporation in 2007. To further encourage student success, ULM implemented living-learning communities, peer and faculty mentoring programs, extensive undergraduate research initiatives and advanced technological modalities. Cognizant of adult learners and today's busy student, Cofer advocates "anytime, anywhere, anyplace instruction," resulting in additional online courses and new online degree programs. Under Cofer's leadership, ULM continues to garner national attention and often exceed stringent accreditation standards. A national report ranked ULM among the top 20 universities that produce the most scholarly work; ULM is the only Louisiana university included in the ranking. The Elementary Education Program was one of only 10 in the nation to receive full passing marks for its preparation of future mathematics teachers. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal recognized ULM as the premier provider for the College of Education and Human Development's Louisiana Leader Fellows Program; the College was featured in The New York Times article, "What Louisiana Can Teach." The College of Business Administration maintained accreditation of its bachelor's and master's degree programs in business administration and its accounting program, and the College of Pharmacy gained accreditation through 2014. The university is now one of only 13 universities in the United States to offer both an accredited M.A. and an accredited Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy, and ULM's long-term care concentration in the gerontology graduate program is the first in the U.S. to be nationally accredited. As a result of his extensive experience in university and statewide higher education systems, Cofer clearly understands the needs of higher education. Immediately prior to accepting the presidency at ULM, Cofer served as Vice President for Finance and Administration for the University of Missouri System, where he worked in policy development, strategic planning, budget planning, institutional research, and investment management for the System's retirement plan. Cofer was also responsible for the University of Missouri's hospital operation. In Missouri, Cofer managed legislative and economic development operations for the university, including serving as the primary liaison between the Missouri legislative and congressional delegation and the governor and the governor's staff. Cofer also supervised the University of Missouri Research Park in Chesterfield, Missouri. He served as Vice President for Finance and Administration in the University of Arkansas System, as well as Vice Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs and Treasurer of the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia, where he supervised the negotiation, financing, and coordination of the Olympic Village and several sporting venues while serving as the Chief Fiscal Officer of the System. Cofer was also Chief Fiscal Officer under two governors for the State of Mississippi. During his academic career, Cofer taught at the

University of Missouri-Columbia, The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Mississippi College, Jackson State University, and Mississippi State University. Cofer continues to publish articles and book chapters on the effects of student loan debt on student decisions, and continues to make numerous national and international presentations. Cofer is a Senior Fellow with the Eisenhower Foundation. He served

as a Fellow in Budapest, Hungary, working with the Hungarian Ministry of Education as they moved to a market-driven system of higher education. Cofer participates in state, civic, and professional organizations, including the National Association of College and University Business Officers, The Eisenhower Foundation International Advisory Council, and the Missouri Commission on College Affordability. His awards for distinguished leadership and public service include the Public Administrator of the Year Award from the American Society for Public Administration. In 2008, The New York Times and The Chronicle of Higher Education formed the nation's first Higher Education Cabinet, consisting of presidents, trustees and leaders from 76 colleges, universities and higher-education associations. Cofer was one of those leaders named to the cabinet. In 2009, Cofer joined another distinguished list of leaders: Friends of Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Cofer received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his Master of Business Administration from Mississippi State University, and his Doctorate of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His dissertation focused upon student financial aid and student retention and was awarded the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Melvene Hardee Dissertation of the Year Award.

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BOBBY STAUB - DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS As he begins his sixth year at ULM, director of athletics BOBBY STAUB can already look back at a tenure that’s reshaped and redefined the Warhawks athletics program. A new conference affiliation, a new mascot, NCAA certification, a sweeping overhaul of athletic facilities, development and implementation of a new strategic plan, increases in athletic program support – all of these occurred since Staub took the helm in the summer of 2004. Staub was named ULM’s 12th director of athletics on June 30, 2004. His first challenge was the impending transition of the department conference membership from the Southland Conference to the Sun Belt. ULM had previously joined the Sun Belt Conference as a football-only member in 2001 and later opted to bring all programs under the Sun Belt umbrella. That meant Staub was faced with the end of decades-long rivalries with Southland foes McNeese State, Southeastern Louisiana and Northwestern State, to be replaced by new rivalries with Louisiana-Lafayette, the University of New Orleans, Arkansas State, Arkansas-Little Rock and North Texas. “Our fans had become accustomed to the familiar opponents we were facing in the

Southland,” said Staub of the move. “However, we knew Warhawk fans to be very sports-savvy and were confident they’d quickly realize ulmwarhawks.com

the high level of competition we’d stepped up to.” The Warhawks have already achieved on-the-field success in their new league, winning titles in men’s basketball and baseball in the first two years. Staub also led efforts to bring Sun Belt Conference championship events to Monroe. ULM hosted the 2008 tennis championships and will host the 2009 cross country and 2011 baseball championships. With the new challenge of being competitive in the Sun Belt came expectations to upgrade facilities, increase revenue streams and make key coaching hires. Staub successfully addressed the latter when two of his first hires – men’s basketball head coach Orlando Early and baseball head coach Jeff Schexnaider – won championships and earned conference coach of the year honors. Sponsorships have grown threefold under Staub and he also worked to successfully propose and pass a new student fee to support facilities needs. In terms of facilities, Staub has overseen over $3.5 million in renovations and improvements to every competition and practice facility in the past four years. Malone Stadium has a fresher look with a new state-of-the-art playing surface, renovated locker rooms and meeting rooms, and an exterior face lift with new paint all around the stadium. Fant-Ewing Coliseum’s basketball playing floor was repainted with a bold new look prior to the 2006-07 season with the new Warhawk and Sun Belt logos. Groseclose Track was resurfaced and a hammer cage was added. The ULM Softball Complex added a new two-story building that houses the Warhawks’ locker room, coaches’ offices and game-day operations area and additionally a brick backstop was installed. The visitors’ locker room and public restrooms are located in yet another new building. The soccer team moved into a new home at the brand-new ULM Soccer Complex, located to the east of Malone Stadium along Bon Aire Drive, and this fall will add a fieldhouse which will include a locker room/meeting room and offices. Heard Stadium – home to the tennis team – received a makeover in 2008 as the courts were stripped down and resurfaced. Volleyball moved into a new competition arena at the ULM Activity Center. Staub’s influence has been noted in areas away from the playing field as well. Under his watch, ULM athletics has twice received recognition for achievements in diversity. Honored in 2005-06 and 2006-07, ULM was the only school in the state of Louisiana or the Sun Belt Conference to be named to the list either year. Staub has also emphasized academic achievement in the department and has put in place new measures to spur student-athletes suc-

cess in the classroom. Chief among the initiatives were the addition of an academic support staff member through a grant from the

NCAA. That support saw immediate results as a record number of student-athletes received recognition through the AD’s Honor roll (130 in Fall ’08), the ULM Dean’s and President’s lists (47 in Fall ’08) and the Sun Belt Conference’s academic awards (107 in ’07-’08). With all this in place, Staub recognized the need to make a plan to guide the program’s future. He led the effort to author a new strategic plan and saw it put in place prior to the ’07-’08 year. That plan included the successful completion of the department’s NCAA Second-Cycle Certification process during the ’08-’09 year which included a detailed self study and hosting an on-campus visit from a peer review team. That process culminated this past spring with a notice of unconditional certification from the NCAA. Before coming to ULM, Staub literally worked his way through the ranks to become an NCAA Division I-A athletic director. He spent 20 years at UAB, advancing from his initial role as the assistant ticket manager to marketing and promotions manager to senior associate athletics director. He also founded UAB’s chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was the organization’s advisor. A native of Birmingham, Ala., he received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Auburn in 1982. He is married to the former Laura Vaughan of Gainesville, Ga., and the couple resides in Monroe. Staub is currently the Sun Belt Conference athletic directors chairman and serves on the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. He is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division I-A Athletic Directors Association.


ULM MEDIA RELATIONS ULM WARHAWKS PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS PRINT

New Orleans Times-Picayune

The News Star

Nick Deriso, Sports Editor Tabby Soignier, ULM Beat 411 North 4th St., Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 362-0287 Fax: (318) 362-0279 www.thenewsstar.com

The Radio People (Flagship)

ULM Hawkeye (Campus Weekly)

ESPN 97.7 FM

Ouachita Citizen (Weekly)

University of Louisiana at Monroe Office: (318) 342-5457 Fax: (318) 342-5452

Alexandria Town-Talk

Mary Foster/Bret Martel 1515 Poydras, Suite 2500 New Orleans, LA 70112 Office: (800) 662-7717 Fax: (504) 586-0531

Cody Futrell, Sports Editor 810 Natchitoches St., West Monroe, LA 71291 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 325-2285

Randy Benson, Sports Editor 1201 Third St., Alexandria, LA 71306 Office: (318) 487-6353 Fax: (318) 487-6315

ASSOCIATED PRESS

TELEVISION

KNOE-TV 8 (CBS)

Shreveport Times

Scott Ferrell, Sports Editor 222 Lake St., Shreveport, LA 71101 Office: (318) 459-3300 Fax: (318) 459-3301

Aaron Dietrich, Sports Director Neema Yazdani P.O. Box 4067, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 388-8888, ext. 274 Fax: (318) 325-3405

Baton Rouge Advocate

KTVE-TV 10 (NBC)

Butch Muir, Sports Editor 525 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801 Office: (225) 383-1111 Fax: (225) 388-0318

RADIO

Doug Tatum, Sports Editor Ted Lewis, Beat Writer 3800 Howard Ave., New Orleans, LA 70125 Office: (504) 826-3300 Fax (504) 826-3401

Joaquin Sanchez, Sports Director 200 Pavilion Rd., West Monroe, LA 71292 Office: (318) 323-1972, ext. 151 Fax: (318) 807-0588

ULM MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

Cory Crowe, Program Director P.O. Box 4808, Monroe, LA 71203 Office: (318) 388-2323 Fax: (318) 322-6936

Sean Fox, Program Director P.O. Box 430 Ruston, LA 71270 Office: (318) 255-5000 Fax: (318) 255-5084

KXUL-FM

University of Louisiana at Monroe Stubbs Hall, Monroe, LA 71201 Office: (318) 342-5660 Fax: (318) 342-5664

ONLINE

www.warhawknation.com Matt Wilson, Publisher Office: (318) 680-1270 Member of Scout.com Network

www.warhawkreport.com Dusty Thibodeaux, Publisher Office: (318) 381-5460 Member of Rivals.com Network

Adam Prendergast Director of Media Relations

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5463 Cell: ............................................................................................ 318.953.4234 E-mail: ..................................................................... prendergast@ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: ......................................Football, Baseball, Golf

Jeremy Reid Assistant Director of Media Relations

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5462 Cell: ............................................................................................ 716.867.1908 E-mail: .....................................................................................jreid@ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: .................... Men’s Basketball, Soccer, Tennis ....................................................................................................... Track & Field

Adam Prendergast Director

Jeff Hendrix

Assistant Director

Steven Schauer

Graduate Assistant WBB Contact

Steven Schauer Media Relations Graduate Assistant

- The Athletic Media Relations department is located on the main concourse level of FantEwing Coliseum next to the basketball ticket booth in room 123.

Office: ....................................................................................... 318.342.5461 E-mail: ..................................................................schauesr@tribe.ulm.edu Sport Responsibilities: ..................... Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, ...................................................................................Cross Country, Softball

- The mailing address for the ULM Athletic Media Relations Department is:

Office Fax: . .............................................................................. 318.342.5464

ULM Media Relations 308 Warhawk Way Monroe, LA 71209-4108

This is ULM WOMEN’S BASKETBALL


TV/RADIO CHART

1 • Marion Zollicoffer

3 • Elizabeth Torres

10 • Kassie Courtney

13 • Sumar Leslie

14 • Ashley Wakefield

15 • Jordan Rawson

20 • Jesse Carrier

23 • Priscilla Mbiandja

24 • Kathryn Lonsberry

25 • Nicole Tucker

30 • Portia Tucker

32 • Sannisha Williams

F • 6-1 • So. Carthage, Miss.

G • 5-6 • Fr. Garland, Texas

G • 5-10 • So. Southlake, Texas

G • 5-6 • So. Keller, Texas

C • 6-2 • Jr. Pineville, La.

G • 5-10 • RFr. Tyler, Texas

34 • Shannon Davis C • 6-1 • Sr. Lafayette, La.

Mona Martin Head Coach

EJ Ok

Associate Head Coach

G • 5-10 • Jr. Holden, La.

G • 5-10 • Sr. Sulphur, La.

G • 5-10 • So. Senatobia, Miss.

G • 5-6 • So. Houma, La.

G • 5-8 • Jr. Yaounde, Cameroon

F • 6-0 • Jr.. Ruston, La.

35 • Larrie Williams C • 6-2 • So. Little Rock, Ark.

Gerline Guillaume Assistant Head Coach

Amber Magner

Assistant Head Coach


2009-10 ULM Women's Basketball Guide