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Breonna Patterson

Brey Dorsett

Agneta Morkunaite

Jazz Weaver

#1 • G • Fr. • 5-6 Greensboro, N.C. Dudley

#2 • G • So. • 5-8 Winston-Salem, N.C. Forsyth Country Day

#3 • G • Jr. • 6-0 Vilnius, Lithuania Mountain State Academy (W.Va.)

Sarah Folwell

Monique Floyd

Colleen Nosovitch #21 • F • Fr. • 5-11 Allentown, Pa. Allentown Central Catholic

#22 • G • R-Sr. • 5-10 Charlotte, N.C. Sun Valley (Winthrop)

Dayshaun Richbow

Sidnei Harmon

Nneka Awuruonye

Kendra Smith

Amy Clapper

Janae’ Stevenson

#13 • G • Jr. • 6-0 Graham, N.C. Southern Alamance

#24 • G • So. • 5-4 Hopkins, S.C. Lower Richland

Natalie Headley #43 • G • R-Fr. • 5-9 Fayetteville, N.C. Fayetteville Academy

#15 • G • Sr. • 5-9 Fairmont, N.C. Fairmont

#31 • F • So. • 5-11 Cincinnati, Ohio Turpin

#44 • C • R-So. • 6-1 Newark, Ohio Newark Catholic

#32 • C • Fr. • 6-1 Charlotte, N.C. Providence Day

#55 • C • Fr. • 6-1 Columbia, S.C. Eau Claire

#11 • F • Jr. • 5-10 Covington, Ky. Holmes

Amanda Leigh

#33 • F • Sr. • 6-1 Columbus, Ga. Kendrick

Lynne Agee

30th season at UNCG 33rd overall


2010-11 UNCG WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER

QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY FACTS Name ............................................................................ ............................................................................UNCG UNCG Location ....................................................... Greensboro, N.C. Founded ......................................................................... .........................................................................1891 1891 Enrollment ................................... 18,502 (14,664 undergrad) Nickname................................................................. Spartans Colors ....................................................... Gold, White & Navy Arena .......................................... Fleming Gymnasium (1,833) Affiliation ........................................................ NCAA Division I Conference .............................................................. Southern Chancellor ................................................... ...................................................Dr. Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics ............................................... ...............................................Kim Kim Record Alma mater ...................................................... Virginia, 1984 Athletics Department phone ............................. 336-334-5952 Ticket Office phone .......................................... 336-334-3250 SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE Sports Information Director ............................ Mike Hirschman Email ..................................................... mwhirsch@uncg.edu Cell phone ...................................................... ......................................................336-202-5331 336-202-5331 Asst. SID (women’s basketball contact) .................... Phil Perry Email ........................................................ pdperry@uncg.edu Cell phone ..................................................... 336-207-2383 Asst. SID ........................................................... ...........................................................David David Percival Email ....................................................... drperciv@uncg.edu Cell phone ...................................................... ......................................................336-420-7518 336-420-7518 Sports Information phone.................................. ..................................336-334-5615 336-334-5615 Sports Information fax ...................................... ......................................336-334-3182 336-334-3182 Press row phone .............................................. 336-334-3270 SID Office address ........................................... ...........................................UNCG UNCG Athletics .........................................................................PO ......................................................................... PO Box 26168 ................................................... Greensboro, NC 27402-6168 Website.............................................. www.uncgspartans.com UNCG WOMEN’S BASKETBALL INFORMATION Head coach ........................................................... ...........................................................Lynne Lynne Agee Alma mater ................................................... Longwood, 1971 Record at UNCG (years) ..................................... 543-295 (29) Career record (years) ......................................... 589-318 (32) Associate head coach ........................................ Carol Peschel Alma mater ......................................................... UNCG, 1982 Assistant coach ...................................... ChoRhonda Gwaltney Alma mater ......................................................... UNCG, 2001 Assistant coach .............................................. KaLeah Latham Alma mater ......................................................... UNCG, 2006 Women’s Basketball Office phone ..................... 336-334-3002 2009-10 overall record .................................................. ..................................................10-20 10-20 2009-10 SoCon record/finish ................................. 6-14/t7th Returning/lost ............................................................... ...............................................................11/4 11/4 Starters returning/lost .................................................... 3/2 Newcomers .......................................................................... ..........................................................................4 4

ON THE COVER Senior captains Monique Floyd, Amanda Leigh and Kendra Smith

CREDITS The 2010-11 University of North Carolina at Greensboro women’s basketball media guide was written by Phil Perry, UNCG assistant sports information director. This guide was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS4. Editorial assistance provided by Sports Information Director Mike Hirschman, Assistant Sports Information Director David Percival and Sports Information student assistant Chris Parker. Photography by WG Sports, John Bell, Chris English, Jerry Wolford, Sideline Sports, Rod Wyatt, Campbell Media Services and others.

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Player Breonna Patterson Brey Dorsett Agneta Morkunaite Jazz Weaver Sarah Folwell Monique Floyd Colleen Nosovitch Amanda Leigh Dayshaun Richbow Sidnei Harmon Nneka Awuruonye Kendra Smith Natalie Headley Amy Clapper Janae’ Stevenson

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

Ht. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. R-Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-So. Fr.

Cl. Hometown/previous school 5-4 Greensboro, N.C./Dudley 5-8 Winston-Salem, N.C./Forsyth Country Day 5-10 Vilnius, Lithuania/Mountain State Academy (W.Va.) 5-8 Covington, Ky./Holmes 6-0 Graham, N.C./Southern Alamance 5-9 Fairmont, N.C./Fairmont 5-11 Allentown, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic 5-9 Charlotte, N.C./Sun Valley (Winthrop) 5-6 Hopkins, S.C./Lower Richland 5-11 Cincinnati, Ohio/Turpin 6-1 Charlotte, N.C./Providence Day 6-1 Columbus, Ga./Kendrick 5-8 Fayetteville, N.C./Fayetteville Academy 6-2 Newark, Ohio/Newark Catholic 6-2 Columbia, S.C./Eau Claire

Head coach: Lynne Agee (Longwood, 1971) Associate head coach: Carol Peschel (UNCG, 1982) Assistant coaches: ChoRhonda Gwaltney (UNCG, 2001), KaLeah Latham (UNCG, 2006)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Breonna................. bree-AH-na Brey ................................ BREE Agneta..................... .....................ag-NET-uh ag-NET-uh Morkunaite ... ...mor-KOON-ay-tuh mor-KOON-ay-tuh Richbow ..................... .....................RICH-bo RICH-bo

Sidnei ......................... SID-nee Nneka .......................... ..........................NECK-a NECK-a Awuruonye ............. .............ah-RUN-yay ah-RUN-yay Janae’ .......................... ..........................juh-NAY juh-NAY Agee .............................. AY-jee

Peschel..................... ..................... PESH-uhl ChoRhonda......... .........choh-RON-da choh-RON-da KaLeah .................. kuh-LEE-uh Latham ..................... LAY-thum

SCHEDULE Date Opponent LLocation Time Nov. 6 .................... Winston-Salem State (exhibition) ............. .............Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Nov. 12 .................. at Clemson .............................................. ..............................................Clemson, Clemson, S.C. ........................ 5:30 p.m. Nov. 15 .................. UNC Wilmington....................................... .......................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................7 7 p.m. Nov. 22 .................. at Charleston Southern ............................ ............................Charleston, Charleston, S.C. .......................... ..........................7 7 p.m. University of Miami Thanksgiving Tournament Nov. 26 .................. vs. Eastern Illinois .................................... ....................................Coral Coral Gables, Fla. ............................ ............................TBA TBA Nov. 27 .................. vs. Miami/Florida Atlantic ........................ ........................Coral Coral Gables, Fla. ............................ ............................TBA TBA Dec. 1 .................... at Morgan State ....................................... .......................................Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. ............................ ............................3 3 p.m. Dec. 7 .................... High Point ................................................ ................................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................7 7 p.m. Dec. 11 .................. Radford ................................................... ...................................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Dec. 18.................. Wofford* ................................................. .................................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Dec. 20.................. Furman* .................................................. ..................................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Dec. 31 .................. at Davidson* ........................................... ...........................................Davidson, Davidson, N.C. ............................. .............................2 2 p.m. Jan. 3 .................... at Western Carolina* ............................... ...............................Cullowhee, Cullowhee, N.C. ........................... ...........................7 7 p.m. Jan. 5 .................... Georgia Southern* ................................... ...................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................7 7 p.m. Jan. 8 .................... at Chattanooga* ...................................... ......................................Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn. ..................... .....................6 6 p.m. Jan. 10 .................. at Samford* ............................................ ............................................Birmingham, Birmingham, Ala. ......................... .........................1 1 p.m. Jan. 15 .................. at College of Charleston* ......................... .........................Charleston, Charleston, S.C. .................... 4:30 p.m. Jan. 19 .................. Elon* ....................................................... .......................................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................7 7 p.m. Jan. 22 .................. Appalachian State* ................................. .................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Jan. 25 .................. Davidson* ............................................... ...............................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................7 7 p.m. Jan. 29 .................. at Wofford* ............................................. .............................................Spartanburg, Spartanburg, S.C. ........................ ........................3 3 p.m. Jan. 31................... at Furman* .............................................. ..............................................Greenville, Greenville, S.C. ............................ ............................7 7 p.m. Feb. 5 .................... at Georgia Southern* ............................... ...............................Statesboro, Statesboro, Ga. ........................... ...........................5 5 p.m. Feb. 7 .................... Western Carolina* ................................... ...................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ....................... .......................12 12 p.m. Feb. 10 .................. at Elon* ................................................... ...................................................Elon, Elon, N.C. .................................... ....................................7 7 p.m. Feb. 12 .................. College of Charleston* ............................. .............................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Feb. 19 .................. Chattanooga* (Senior Day) ...................... ......................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................2 2 p.m. Feb. 21 .................. Samford* ................................................ ................................................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. ......................... .........................3 3 p.m. Feb. 26 .................. at Appalachian State* ............................. .............................Boone, Boone, N.C. ................................. .................................5 5 p.m. Southern Conference Championship March 3-7 ............. vs. TBA ..................................................... .....................................................Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn. ......................... .........................TBA TBA *- Southern Conference games All times Eastern

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TV/Radio roster _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________2 2 UNCG quick facts, roster, schedule _______________________________ _______________________________3 3 Table of contents, roster breakdown_______________________________ _______________________________4 4 Coaches’ bios ___________________________________________ 6-11 Head coach Lynne Agee ___________________________________ 6-8 Associate head coach Carol Peschel____________________________ ____________________________9 9 Assistant coach ChoRhonda Gwaltney _________________________ 10 Assistant coach KaLeah Latham______________________________ 11 Players’ bios ___________________________________________ 12-33 Amanda Leigh _______________________________________ 12-13 Monique Floyd _______________________________________ 14-15 Kendra Smith ________________________________________ 16-17 Agneta Morkunaite ____________________________________ 18-19 Jazz Weaver _________________________________________ 20-21 Sarah Folwell ________________________________________ 22-23 Amy Clapper _________________________________________ 24-25 Brey Dorsett _________________________________________ 26-27 Dayshaun Richbow ____________________________________ 28-29 Sidnei Harmon _______________________________________ 30-31 Natalie Headley _________________________________________ _________________________________________32 32 Breonna Patterson _______________________________________ _______________________________________33 33 Colleen Nosovitch ________________________________________ ________________________________________33 33 Nneka Awuruonye ________________________________________ ________________________________________33 33 Janae’ Stevenson ________________________________________ ________________________________________33 33 2009-10 statistics __________________________________________ __________________________________________34 34 2009-10 results ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________35 35 The Southern Conference _____________________________________ _____________________________________36 36

2009-10 Southern Conference review ____________________________ 37 2011 Southern Conference Championship bracket ___________________ ___________________38 38 UNCG records and history section ____________________________ 39-67 A winning tradition ____________________________________ 40-41 UNCG in the NCAA tournament____________________________ 42-43 UNCG in the Southern Conference Championship _________________ _________________44 44 Individual records summary _________________________________ _________________________________45 45 Individual career records ________________________________ 46-47 Individual single-season records __________________________ 48-49 Individual single-game records ______________________________ ______________________________50 50 Annual statistics leaders ___________________________________ 51 Division I team records ____________________________________ ____________________________________52 52 Team season records______________________________________ ______________________________________53 53 Team single-game records _______________________________ 54-55 All-time honors _______________________________________ 56-57 All-time results _______________________________________ 58-63 Coaching records ________________________________________ ________________________________________63 63 Fleming Gymnasium ___________________________________ 64-65 All-time roster __________________________________________ __________________________________________66 66 Women’s basketball in the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame _____________ _____________67 67 This is UNCG ___________________________________________ 68-76 UNCG campus _______________________________________ 68-71 Chancellor Linda P. Brady __________________________________ __________________________________72 72 Director of Athletics Kim Record ______________________________ ______________________________73 73 Spartan Club ________________________________________ 74-75 Spartan success _________________________________________ 76

2010-11 ROSTER BREAKDOWN STARTERS ST TTAR ARTE AR TER TE RS SR RE RETURNING: ETTURNI ETUR RNI NING NIN NG 3 NG No. 15 22 33

Name Monique Floyd Amanda Leigh Kendra Smith

STARTERS LOST: 2

No. Name 12 Lakiah Hyson 41 Agne Girstautaite

OTHER RETURNERS: 8 No. 2 3 11 13 24 31 43 44

Name Brey Dorsett Agneta Morkunaite Jazz Weaver Sarah Folwell Dayshaun Richbow Sidnei Harmon Natalie Headley Amy Clapper

Pos. G G F

Ht. 5-9 5-10 6-1

Yr. Sr. R-Sr. Sr.

Pts 8.5 10.6 6.6

Rebs 4.0 3.6 3.3

Asts 68 42 33

Stls 53 43 25

Blks 3 6 12

Pos. G C

Ht. 5-7 6-4

Yr. Sr. R-Jr.

Pts 11.5 5.4

Rebs 4.6 3.5

Asts 65 11

Stls 67 11

Blks 2 35

Pos. G G F G G F G C

Ht. 5-8 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-4 5-11 5-9 6-1

Yr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. R-Fr. R-So.

Pts 3.4 1.0 0.7 3.5 3.6 1.4 0.0 3.1

Rebs 1.6 0.6 0.8 2.4 2.7 0.8 0.0 2.9

Asts 25 7 6 16 29 1 0 8

Stls 24 2 4 15 23 3 0 8

Blks 2 0 0 15 0 2 0 4

Ht. 5-6 5-11 6-1 6-1

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown/High School Greensboro, N.C./Dudley Allentown, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic Charlotte, N.C./Providence Day Columbia, S.C./Eau Claire

* - Redshirted 2009-10 with a knee injury.

NEWCOMERS: 4 No. 1 21 32 55

Name Breonna Patterson Colleen Nosovitch Nneka Awuruonye Janae’ Stevenson

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Pos. G F C C

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Lynne AGEE HEAD COACH

30th year at UNCG (543-295) 33rd year overall (589-318) Longwood, 1971

UNCG head coach Lynne Agee is widely respected throughout the nation as one of the premier coaches on the women’s college basketball scene. Agee, who is embarking on her 30th season with the Spartans in 2010-11, has built quite a resume, as she has amassed a 543-295 mark at UNCG and a 589-318 overall record in 32 years on the collegiate sidelines. In addition to winning 65 percent of her games, Agee was also the first women’s basketball coach to lead a school to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions. A seven-time conference coach of the year, Agee has led UNCG to 13 regular-season titles (six Dixie Conference, five Big South and two Southern Conference) and seven conference tournament titles (six Dixie Conference and one Southern Conference) in her tenure. In addition to winning the Big South regular-season title in each of its five years in the league, UNCG was runner-up at the conference tournament four times. After leading the Spartans to the 1998 Southern Conference tournament title in their first season in the league, Agee has directed UNCG to four runner-up finishes, as well, including three straight from 2000-02. She was named the Dixie Conference Coach of the Year for the 1981-82, 1985-86, 1986-87 and 1987-88 seasons, the Big South Coach of the Year for 1992-93 and the Southern Conference Coach of the Year in 1998-99 and 2001-02. For her career achievements at UNCG, Agee was inducted into the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame in the fall of 2004. She was the first active head coach to be enshrined in the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame and was selected to give the acceptance speech on behalf of the class, which included the 1973 women’s golf national championship team, the 1982 men’s soccer national championship team and longtime faculty athletics representative and longtime friend of Agee’s David Knight, who was inducted posthumously. In the fall of 2008, Agee was also inducted into the Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame. Agee’s focus isn’t just excellence on the court, as her teams have long performed well in the classroom, as well. In fact, UNCG was recently honored with a Public Recognition Award by the NCAA for historically perfect Academic Progress Report (APR) scores, which celebrates having a perfect score of 1,000 over a four-year academic span (2005-09). Agee’s squad has earned that distinction three years running, meaning UNCG has had a perfect APR score in six straight seasons. In the last few years, she has surpassed some impressive milestones. Agee picked up her 500th win at UNCG against Liberty on Dec. 30, 2006, and she earned her 550th career win against Appalachian State on Jan. 13, 2008. She also coached her 900th game on Feb. 6, 2010, and her 800th at UNCG during the latter part of the 2008-09 season. Entering this season, she was one of 23 active Division I coaches with 500 or more wins. In 29 seasons with the Spartans, Agee has registered nearly 83 percent of the program’s wins. Agee not only ranks among the most successful active Division I coaches in North Carolina, but across the country. She ranks second in the state in career wins with 589, trailing only North Carolina’s Sylvia Hatchell (831), one of her longtime friends. Agee ranks 12th nationally among active coaches in career wins. Under Agee’s guidance, UNCG has reached the 20-win plateau 16 times. The Spartans have also earned berths into the Division I national tournament once, the Division II tournament once and the Division III tournament seven times. With Agee at the helm, UNCG became one of only 10 teams nationally (all divisions) to reach the NCAA tournament each of the first seven years it was held (19821988). With UNCG’s 1998 NCAA appearance, Agee became the first women’s coach in history to take teams to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions. Agee has coached six All-Americans in her time at UNCG. Several of her players have gone on to become high school or college coaches, including current associate head coach Carol Peschel and assistant coaches ChoRhonda Gwaltney and KaLeah Latham and former Spartan assistant coaches Vickie Henson, Amanda Eaton-Burge and Nicole Murray. Agee began her coaching career at William Fleming High School in Roanoke, Va., compiling a 94-16 record in seven years as head basketball coach there. Agee captured seven league titles, four district championships and one regional title at the helm of her high school alma mater. Also a standout student-athlete at William Fleming, she was member of the school’s inaugural hall of fame class in September 2010. After her successful stint at William Fleming, Agee became the women’s basketball coach at Roanoke College in 1978. In three years at the helm, she compiled a 46-23 record. The definite highlight of her time with the Lady Maroons was the 1980-81 season. Roanoke went 21-6, captured the Virginia Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) Division III state title and qualified for the AIAW national playoffs.

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The Lynne Agee file Personal Birthplace: Roanoke, Va.

Education High school: William Fleming, 1967 College: Longwood, 1971 (bachelor’s) Radford, 1981 (master’s)

Coaching experience William Fleming High School, 1971-1978 Roanoke College, 1978-1981 UNCG, 1981-present

Postseason history Roanoke College – AIAW national tournament UNCG – 1982 NCAA Division III tournament runner-up UNCG – 1983 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1984 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1985 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1986 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1987 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1988 NCAA Division III Final Four UNCG – 1991 NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional UNCG – 1998 NCAA Division I Midwest Regional UNCG – 2002 WNIT first round

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Lynne Agee’s coaching achievements •

Led squads to national playoffs 10 times, once in the AIAW and nine times in the NCAA

Became the first women’s coach to lead teams to the NCAA tournament in Divisions I, II and III

Guided the 1981-82 and 1987-88 squads to the NCAA Division III Final Four, finishing second and third, respectively

Won 13 conference championships, including five straight Big South regular-season titles (1992-97)

Named Southern Conference Coach of the Year in 1998-99 and 2001-02, Big South Coach of the Year in 1992-93 and the Dixie Conference Coach of the Year four times

Six players have been named All-Americans

Ranks 12th among active Division I coaches in wins (589) and 47th in winning percentage (.649)

Picked up her 500th win at UNCG during the 2006-07 season

Recorded 17 20-wins seasons

Win total of 543 at UNCG represents more than 80 percent of the program’s all-time victories

Led the Spartans to the 1998 SoCon tournament title and a spot in the NCAA Division I tournament for the first time in school history

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

Roanoke Roanoke Roanoke UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG UNCG 31 years 29 years

12-7 13-10 21-6 * 25-3 21-7 22-7 21-7 * 24-4 * 27-3 * 26-7 16-8 18-7 21-9 21-6 * 19-10 17-12 21-10 17-10 20-9 21-9 * 20-8 18-11 22-8 * 21-10 14-13 9-19 14-14 18-12 20-10 7-24 13-18 10-20 589-318 (.649) 543-295 (.648)

Agee arrived at UNCG in 1981 and led her first-year squad to a 25-3 record and a trip to the inaugural NCAA Division III tournament. The Spartans finished that remarkable campaign as NCAA Division III runners-up. UNCG ran the table in the Dixie Conference, going a perfect 12-0, and won its last 10 games before its matchup with Elizabethtown (Pa.) in the national championship game. The Spartans rallied from nine points down at halftime to force overtime, but came up just a point shy, losing to the host school, 67-66. The 1986-87 team finished its record-setting year with an astounding 27-3 mark. UNCG set a school record for wins in a single season and also put together a remarkable 24-game winning streak. The Spartans stood just 3-2 early into the season, but ran off 24 straight before its first-round loss to Centre College in the NCAA Division III South Regional. The winning streak still ranks in the top 20 in NCAA Division III history. The 1987-88 squad rode that momentum from the previous season to a 26-7 record in its final NCAA Division III campaign. UNCG recorded three narrow victories over Centre, Rust and Luther to reach the Final Four, but Concordia (Minn.) ended any hopes of a national championship with a 103-66 triumph over the Spartans. UNCG did come back to defeat Southern Maine, 68-66, in the consolation game to place third in the tournament. In three seasons of Division II competition, the Spartans compiled a 55-24 record and earned national rankings each year. In fact, the 1990-91 squad was runner-up in the NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional. UNCG ended that season, its last at the NCAA Division II level, ranked No. 16 in the national poll. The Spartans completed their transition from NCAA Division III to NCAA Division I in the 1991-92 season. UNCG boasted a 21-6 record in its first season of Division I, with half its losses coming at the hands of Duke, Michigan State and Virginia Tech. Agee was named Big South Conference Co-Coach of the Year in 1992-93 after guiding her team to a 19-10 record and winning the league’s regular-season title in the Spartans’ first season of membership. The Spartans went on to dominate the Big South by posting a 70-12 conference record during their five-year membership in the league. UNCG captured at least a share of the regular-season title every season and advanced to the conference tournament’s title game four times. In 1996-97, its final season in the league, UNCG went 20-9 overall and posted a 13-1 mark in conference action, its best league record in its five years in the Big South. In 1997-98, its first season in the Southern Conference, UNCG posted a 21-9 record, finished second in the league with a 12-4 record, won the conference tournament championship and earned a berth into the NCAA tournament. It was the first appearance for the Spartans in the NCAA Division I tournament. UNCG followed that up by posting its third straight 20-win season and winning the conference regular-season title in 1998-99 despite the loss of five seniors from the previous year. The Spartans went 20-8 overall and 14-4 in the league as Agee picked up her first SoCon Coach of the Year award. Agee also led UNCG to an 11-1 mark at home, setting a Fleming Gym record with a .917 winning percentage.

* Conference coach of the year

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Winningest active Div. I coaches Name, School 1. Pat Summitt, Tennessee 2. C. Vivian Stringer, Rutgers 3. Sylvia Hatchell, North Carolina 4. Tara VanDerveer, Stanford 5. Andy Landers, Georgia 6. Robin Selvig, Montana 7. Geno Auriemma, Connecticut 8. Debbie Ryan, Virginia 9. Jim Foster, Ohio State 10. Cindy Russo, Florida Int’l 11. Muffet McGraw, Notre Dame 12. Lynne Agee, UNCG 13. Wendy Larry, Old Dominion 14. Joe Foley, Ark.-Little Rock

No. 500

Agee, seen here with former Director of Athletics Nelson Bobb, won her 500th career game during the 2003-04 campaign. The Spartans topped Furman 63-60 on Jan. 3, 2004, to hand Agee the historic win. The 1999-2000 club finished with an 18-11 record and advanced to the SoCon championship game. Among the 18 wins was an overtime victory over 1999 ACC champion Clemson, UNCG’s second-ever win against an ACC opponent. The Spartans made history on Feb. 5 of that year with the program’s 500th win. UNCG became just the second team in North Carolina to reach the 500-win plateau. The 2000-01 team turned in the best season ever by an Agee-coached team in Division I play by notching 22 wins. The Spartans reached the SoCon finals for the second straight season, falling by one point to Chattanooga. The following season, Agee was named SoCon Coach of the Year after leading the Spartans to a share of the regular-season title with a 14-4 league record and their third straight appearance in the SoCon tournament title game. UNCG, which went 21-10 for its fifth 20-win season in six years, was invited to participate in the 2002 Women’s National Invitational Tournament for the first time, falling to Virginia Tech 51-46. The Spartans also set a new Fleming Gym record with a 12-1 mark (.923). In 2002-03, the Spartans notched their 22nd consecutive winning season under Agee, going 14-13 despite an injury to key post player Jennifer Hart early in the year. The 2003-04 season was not a typical one for UNCG. While sending Agee into the 500-win club, the team finished just 9-19, marking the first losing record in Agee’s career and the first time one of her squads did not reach 10 wins. The 2004-05 squad made a drastic improvement over the prior season, posting a 14-14 record and a fourth-place finish in the SoCon regular-season standings. Kristen Boone was named conference freshman of the year while leading the country in steals. The 2005-06 edition restored UNCG among the elite in the conference. After finishing second in the regular season with a 12-6 slate, their most league wins in five years, the Spartans made a run all the way to the SoCon tournament title game, before ultimately bowing out to longtime rival Chattanooga, 91-79. Meanwhile, Boone garnered All-SoCon plaudits and registered over 100 steals for the second straight year. The 2006-07 squad posted 20 wins for the first time since the 2001-02 season, finishing with a 20-10 record. That mark was good for a tie for third place in the SoCon, which saw four teams with 20-plus wins for the first time in conference history. The season saw Boone become UNCG’s all-time steals leader with 315 steals and senior Jasmine Byrd record her 1,000th career point. Both Spartans also recorded all-conference honors for the third consecutive year. Injuries to key players have taken their toll in recent years, as the Spartans have lost at least one point guard in three straight seasons. The Spartans faced some adversity during the 2007-08 campaign, playing without All-America candidate Boone, who went down with injury on the eve of the opening day of practice. UNCG struggled and, for only the second time in Agee’s 30-year career, failed to win more than 10 games and finished the season with a sub-.500 record in Fleming Gym for the first time.

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Harry Perretta, Villanova Sharon Fanning-Otis, Miss. St. Frank Bennett, Lipscomb Gary Blair, Texas A&M Lisa Bluder, Iowa Joe McKeown, Northwestern

Years 36 39 35 31 31 32 25 33 32 33 28 32 26 23

Won 1,037 843 831 793 750 740 735 720 716 631 613 589 588 586

Lost 196 295 294 195 248 218 122 308 277 324 244 318 223 165

Pct. .841 .741 .739 .803 .752 .772 .858 .700 .721 .661 .715 .649 .725 .780

32 34 30 25 26 24

586 577 568 563 545 534

359 425 394 237 265 212

.620 .576 .590 .704 .673 .716

UNCG did manage to turn things up in the SoCon tournament and won a dominating performance in its opening-round game against Appalachian State before falling to top-seeded Chattanooga. Freshman Monique Floyd was named to the SoCon All-Freshman Team and senior Jasmine Dixon was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team. UNCG seemed poised to rebound in 2008-09, with Boone back for a fifth year and a Preseason All-Southern Conference selection for the fourth year in a row. Boone tore her ACL again in the season-opener, however, leaving the Spartans without their starting point guard for the second year in a row. Backup point guard Ashley Ling, who saw significant duty when Boone went down the first time, also missed the season with a knee injury. UNCG would regroup to post a 13-18 record, winning its first-round SoCon tournament game for the second straight season, as well. Floyd would be named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year. After the season, the Greensboro YWCA honored Agee with its Kay Yow Outstanding Female in Sports Award at its annual Girls and Women in Sports Awards Dinner. The 2009-10 season saw UNCG struggle again, and freshman point guard Dayshaun Richbow, who was averaging nearly 20 minutes a game, suffered a knee injury of her own two-thirds of the way through the season. The Spartans posted a 10-20 record but won their first-round game at the Southern Conference Championship and advanced to the quarterfinals of the tournament for the sixth straight year. Agee is an original member of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Rules Committee and served as a member of the NCAA Division I East Region Selection Committee for three years. She also served, until recently, as a member of the Committee on Basketball Issues for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. In addition, Agee was an associate athletic director beginning in 1984 and later served as senior woman administrator before returning to coaching exclusively in 1999. She was a part of the athletic administration during the university’s transition from NCAA Division III, to Division II and then to Division I. During her tenure at UNC Greensboro, Agee also served a stint as the women’s tennis head coach and led the 1983 team to a Division III national runner-up finish. The Roanoke, Va., native earned a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Longwood in 1971 and a master’s degree in educational administration from Radford in 1981.

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Carol PESCHEL ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH A 27th year at UNCG UNCG, 1982

The Carol Peschel file Personal Birthplace: Portsmouth, Va.

Education High School: Cave Spring High School College: UNCG, 1982 (bachelor’s), 1992 (MBA)

Playing experience Roanoke College, 1978-81 UNCG, 1981-82 Carol Peschel enters her 14th season as the associate head coach and 27th year overall on the UNCG women’s basketball coaching staff in the 2010-11 season. Peschel is the Spartans’ recruiting coordinator and organizes the UNCG summer camp program. On the court, Peschel works predominantly with the Spartan perimeter players. Off the court, she is primarily responsible for team travel and budgeting, but also has a large hand in scouting. Under Peschel’s tutelage, players like Samika Foster, ChoRhonda Gwaltney and Rebecca Viverette have all registered 1,000-point careers. More recently, guard Amanda Leigh has made her mark on the UNCG record book, turning in two of the top 10 3-point shooting seasons in school history and moving up to sixth in school history in career 3s in just two years of action in a Spartan uniform. Peschel became a part-time assistant coach in 1984, before being promoted in 1987 as the program’s first full-time assistant. She was later named the associate head coach in 1998 in her 13th season with the Spartans. As a player, Peschel played three seasons under head coach Lynne Agee, first at Roanoke College for two seasons before completing her career at UNCG. She helped the Maroons to a pair of postseason appearances and the Virginia Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) title in 1981. Peschel transferred to UNCG for her senior season after Agee became the head coach in 1981. She led the 1981-82 Spartans to a 25-3 record and a berth in the NCAA Division III Final Four. UNCG came up just shy of the national championship when the Spartans dropped the title game to Elizabethtown (Pa.), 67-66, in overtime. Peschel was the first female All-American in any sport at UNCG and was named to the 1982 NCAA Division III All-Tournament team. Recently, Peschel and the 1981-82 team were inducted into the UNCG Hall of Fame for their special season. The 1981-82 season triggered a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons, during which the Spartans captured five Dixie Conference Championships. In fact, UNCG has made seven NCAA tournament appearances since Peschel’s arrival to the UNCG campus. The Spartans made another run at a Division III crown in 1987-88, before finishing in third place at the national tournament. The 1997-98 UNCG squad captured the Southern Conference tournament championship in its first season in the conference and earned its first-ever berth into the NCAA Division I tournament. Since her arrival on the UNCG bench, the Spartans have captured 11 regular-season championships and four conference tournament titles. In 2010, Peschel was honored by the Greensboro YWCA at its annual Girls and Women in Sports awards dinner, taking the organization’s Empowerment Award for Coach/Teacher in Sports. Following her graduation from UNCG in 1982, Peschel worked as a financial planner for two years as a member of the Principal Financial Group and earned her life insurance license. While working as a part-time coach, Peschel spent three years at 1st Home Federal Savings and Loan in the corporate services department. She got her start in insurance as a property and casualty planner when the bank developed an internal agency. Peschel earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from UNCG. Peschel resides in Greensboro.

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Postseason experience UNCG – 1984 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1985 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1986 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1987 NCAA Division III South Regional UNCG – 1988 NCAA Division III Final Four UNCG – 1991 NCAA Division II South Atlantic Regional UNCG – 1998 NCAA Division I Midwest Regional UNCG – 2002 WNIT first round

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ChoRhonda GWALTNEY ASSISTANT A AS SSIS STANTT COACH COAC CH First year at UNCG UNCG, 2001

ChoRhonda Gwaltney enters her first season on the UNCG women’s basketball staff in 2010-11. Gwaltney, who starred as a point guard for the Spartans from 1997-2001, spent the last two seasons as an assistant at Campbell University. “We’ve been trying to hire ChoRhonda back since she graduated,” UNCG coach Lynne Agee said upon Gwaltney’s hiring. “The timing was never right, either for us or for her, and finally it was. Now she has six years of coaching experience under her belt. She will bring the same if not more enthusiasm to her job that she brought to the court as a player. Her personality is going to give our team a big boost. We’re also excited about her being able to work with the guards. They’ll learn a lot from one of the best point guards we’ve ever had.” UNCG went 81-36 during Gwaltney’s time in a Spartan uniform, winning the Southern Conference regular-season title in 1999 and the tournament title in 1998 as UNCG made its first NCAA tournament appearance at the Division I level. The Dudley, N.C., native was a three-time All-Southern Conference pick, taking second-team honors as a sophomore and first-team distinction as a junior and senior. She was also a two-time All-SoCon Tournament selection and was the tournament’s MVP in 2000-01. Nearly a decade after her graduation, Gwaltney still sits seventh in school history in career scoring (1,252 points), fifth in assists (420), third in free throws made (335) and fourth in 3-pointers made (123) and steals (242). During her time at Campbell, the Camels went 26-34 overall. Campbell went 9-11 in the Atlantic Sun Conference in 2009-10 and was the No. 3 seed at the league tournament. Prior to her stint at Campbell, Gwaltney was an assistant at Saint Paul’s College in Lawrenceville, Va., for four years. There, she helped the Tigers to a second-place finish in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Eastern Division in 2007-08. She also served as Saint Paul’s interim head coach for 10 games. Gwaltney was also a coach for the Greensboro Galaxy AAU organization for three years. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science from UNCG in 2001, Gwaltney earned a master’s in sports management from Virginia State University in 2008. In addition to working with the guards, Gwaltney assists in all other aspects of coaching,

The ChoRhonda Gwaltney file Personal Birthplace: Hampton, Va.

Education High School: Southern Wayne High School College: UNCG, 2001 (bachelor’s) Virginia State, 2008 (master’s)

Playing experience UNCG, 1997-2001

Coaching experience Saint Paul’s College, 2004-08 Campbell, 2008-10 UNCG, 2010-present

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KaLeah LATHAM

ASSISTANT A AS SSIS STANTT COACH COAC ACH Third year at UNCG UNCG, 2006

KaLeah Latham begins her third season as the third assistant on Lynne Agee’s staff in 2010-11. Latham works alongside assistant coach Jon Hines with the UNCG post players. In 2008-09, her first season with UNCG, the Spartans broke their team blocked shots record. Center Agne Girstautaite also set a new individual school mark with 53 blocks that season, then blocked 35 in 2009-10, tied for the fourth-best mark in school history. In Latham’s two years on the staff, UNCG has finished in the top four in the Southern Conference in offensive rebounds both times, including a second-place finish in 2009-10. In 2008-09, the Spartans had five players with at least 100 rebounds for the first time since the 2005-06 season. Latham is also in charge of the tape exchange program and assists with all other facets of the program. The Athens, Tenn., native was a four-year player for the Spartans from 2003-07. Latham led the Spartans in rebounding three consecutive seasons and tallied 565 career rebounds, which ranks seventh in UNCG’s Division I era. During her senior season, she led UNCG to a 20-10 record, including a 71-68 win over SoCon rival Chattanooga. She finished her career fifth in school history in double-doubles with 11. “We are thrilled to welcome back one of our own to the program,” Agee said upon Latham’s hiring. “KaLeah had an outstanding career at UNCG and was a very dedicated player, and we have no doubt she will bring the same enthusiasm and passion as she begins her coaching career. career.”

During her senior year, Latham started all 30 games and became just the fourth Spartan in school history to lead the team in rebounding three consecutive seasons with 7.5 rebounds per game. She set career highs in points with 19 in a win against Georgia Southern and rebounds with 15 against Furman and closed her career with five double-doubles in her last 10 games. Her junior year, she led UNCG to the Southern Conference Championship title game and was named to the all-tournament team after averaging 13.0 points and 7.3 rebounds through three games. She also led UNCG to a 70-64 win over Wake Forest with 13 points and 12 rebounds. Latham had a breakout sophomore campaign and led the team with 5.5 rebounds per game in 26 appearances with 17 starts. She tallied six double-digit scoring games and three rebounding efforts of 10 or more to go with her first two career double-doubles.

The KaLeah Latham file Personal Birthplace: Greeneville, Tenn.

Education High School: McMinn County High School College: UNCG, 2006

Playing experience UNCG, 2003-07

Coaching experience UNCG, 2008-present

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Amanda LEIGH 5 9•G•R 5-9 R-Senior S ior ior Charlotte, N.C. Sun Valley Winthrop W

Redshirt R d hi t jjunior i season (2009 (2009-10) 10)

High school Earned four varsity letters at guard for head coach Ryan Cook at Sun Valley HS … graduated as Sun Valley’s all-time leading scorer with more than 1,000 career points scored and as the Green on Nov. 27 … matched her career high with four steals at Appalachian ppalachian State S on Feb. all-time leader for 3-point field goals made … also holds the record for most points scored 20 … earned the team’s Most Improved award … member of the Dean’s Lis List st fo for or the springg in a season … two-time All- South Piedmont 3A Conference selection … earned conference player of the year honors in 2005 and 2006 … high school team was conference champion semester. during the 2005-06 season … two-time Union County Player of the Year… second team allstate selection … played in the East-West All-Star Game. Redshirt sophomore season (2008-09) Personal Amanda Rae Leigh … born Oct. 7, 1987, in Charlotte, N.C. … daughter of Derek Leigh and Angela Carver … has six younger siblings, Ashleigh Harris, Justin Carver, Zachary Carver, Jessey Leigh, Cory Carver and Kody Leigh … majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in sports medicine.

Leigh’s career highs ..............................................................................................28, 28, at Elon, 2/27/10 Rebounds: ........................................................................................ 10, at Elon, 2/27/10 FG: ................................................................................................... 10, at Elon, 2/27/10 FGA: ............................................................................................. 20, at Wofford, 1/8/10 3FG: ................................................................................................... 6, at Elon, 2/27/10 3FGA: .............................................................................. ..............................................................................14, 14, vs. Morgan State, 11/14/09 FT: ............................................................................... ...............................................................................6, 6, vs. Georgia Southern, 12/17/08 FTA: ....................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................6, 6, twice Assists: .................................................................................................................. ..................................................................................................................5, 5, twice Turnovers: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................6, 6, twice Blocks: ......................................................................................................... .........................................................................................................2, 2, three times Steals: .......................................................................................................... ..........................................................................................................4, 4, three times Minutes: ..................................................................................... .....................................................................................42, 42, vs. Furman, 1/10/09

Sophomore season (2007-08)

Freshman season at Winthrop University (2006-07)

Leigh’s career statistics Y Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP GP-GS P GS 31-26 29-25 60-51

Mi Min 910 785 1,695

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A Avg 29.4 27.1 28.3

FG-FGA Pct 78-278 .281 107-323 .331 185-601 .308

3FG-3FGA Pct 45-174 .259 67-205 .327 112-379 .296

FT-FTA 31-40 25-33 56-73

Pct .775 .758 .767

Off-Def-Rebs 27-85-112 17-88-105 44-173-217

Avg 3.6 3.6 3.6

PF 36 27 63

FO 0 0 0

Ast TO Blk 48 73 16 42 67 6 90 140 22

Stl 41 43 84

Pts 232 306 538

Avg 7.5 10.6 9.0

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Monique FLOYD 5 9•G•S 5-9 Senior i Fairmont, N.C. Fairmont

JJunior i season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Appeared in all 30 games with 24 starts … third on the team in scoring with 8.5 points per game … second with a career-best 4.0 rebounds per game … led the team with 2.3 assists per game … her 1.8 steals per game ranked ninth in the Southern Conference … scored in double digits 10 times on the season … shot a career-best 47.7 percent from the floor (92for-193), the ninth-best mark in the SoCon … had a season-high 21 points vs. Appalachian State on Jan. 16, missing her career high by just one point … also had a season-high five steals in that game … was named the SoCon Student-Athlete of the Week on Jan. 20 … had 10 points and 10 rebounds against Elon on Jan. 13 for her second career double-double … shot 40.6 percent from the floor on 63-of-155 shooting to lead the team … also a consistent presence on the glass, recording nine games with five or more rebounds earned a spot on the Dean’s List in the fall semester. High school on March 3 … earned the team’s Spartan Award … was an Academic All-SoCon selection Played four years at Fairmont High School, in Fairmont, N.C., for head coach Travis Kemp … selection … was on the Dean’s List and Chancellor’s List for both semesters. four-time Southeastern Conference Player of the Year … four-time all-county and all-region selection… earned Robesonian County Player of the Year during her junior and senior years … Sophomore season (2008-09) team was sectional champion and advanced to the regional semifinals during her senior year Voted the Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Year by the league’s head coaches … also claimed the 2006-07 Christmas Tournament title … earned first-team all-state honors as senior and was named to the second team during her junior year … during her senior year, was named to the All-Cape Fear team and earned MVP honors at the Holiday Tournament … participated in the East-West All-Star Game and the North-South All-Star Game, becoming the first player at Fairmont to participate in both … set the record for most points scored in the Holiday Tournament with 42 points … graduated as the all-time leading scorer in Fairmount history with more than 1,652 points in 101 games played … was a McDonald’s All-American nominee … also played volleyball for four years … two-time all-conference selection … earned Southeastern Conference Player of the Year plaudits during her senior year … team went undefeated before falling in the first round of the state playoffs … member of the NCHSAA Academic All-Star Team. Personal Shaquail Monique Floyd … born Feb. 26, 1989, in Fayetteville, N.C. … daughter of Vincent Floyd and Sheila Page … has two younger siblings, Ramail Leonard and Kadeem Leonard … majoring in recreation and parks management with a concentration in leisure services management.

Floyd’s career highs ........................................................................................ 22, at Wofford, 2/16/09 Rebounds: ........................................................................................................... ...........................................................................................................10, 10, twice FG: ........................................................................................................................ ........................................................................................................................8, 8, twice FGA: ........................................................................................... ...........................................................................................14, 14, vs. Furman, 1/10/09 3FG: .............................................................................................. 1, at Furman, 2/21/09 3FGA: ............................................................................................................... ...............................................................................................................1, 1, 10 times FT: ............................................................................... ...............................................................................8, 8, vs. Appalachian State, 2/23/09 FTA: ........................................................................... 12, vs. Appalachian State, 1/16/10 Assists: .............................................................................. ..............................................................................8, 8, vs. Morgan State, 11/14/09 Turnovers: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................7, 7, twice Blocks: ......................................................................................................... .........................................................................................................1, 1, eight times Steals: ......................................................................................... 6, vs. Wofford, 1/19/09 Minutes: .................................................................................. ..................................................................................39, 39, at UC Irvine, 12/21/08

List in both semesters. Freshman season (2007-08)

Floyd’s y career statistics Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 31-29 30-29 30-24 91-82

Min 674 881 758 2,313

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Avg 21.7 29.4 25.3 25.4

FG-FGA 63-155 113-243 92-193 268-591

Pct .406 .465 .477 .453

3FG-3FGA 0-1 1-5 0-4 1-10

Pct .000 .200 .000 .100

FT-FTA 39-63 65-104 71-117 175-284

Pct .619 .625 .607 .616

Off-Def-Rebs 45-60-105 45-72-117 55-64-119 145-196-341

Avg 3.4 3.9 4.0 3.7

PF 49 59 54 162

FO 1 0 1 2

Ast TO 53 52 79 66 68 55 200 173

Blk 2 3 3 8

Stl 34 49 53 136

Pts 165 292 255 712

Avg 5.3 9.7 8.5 7.8

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Kendra SMITH 6 1•F•S 6-1 Senior i Columbus, Ga. Ga Kendrick

JJunior i season (2009 (2009-10) 10)

had what was then a career-high 14 points against Morgan an State in the season-o season-opener penner on Nov. 14 … pulled down a season-best eight rebounds against nst North Carolina Centra Centrall onn Dec. Personal 16 … earned the team’s Unsung Hero award. Kendra Bresha Smith … born Jan. 5, 1989, in Columbus, Ga. … daughter of Alice Smith and the late Kelvin Smith … has two older siblings, Anthony Hoskin and Myranteiya Smith … maSophomore season (2008-09) joring in early childhood education.

Freshman season (2007-08)

Smith’s career highs .........................................................................23, 23, vs. Georgia Southern, 1/25/10 Rebounds: ................................................................................. 10, vs. Wofford, 1/19/09 FG: ................................................................................ ................................................................................8, 8, vs. Georgia Southern, 1/25/10 FGA: ............................................................................................................ 12, four times 3FG: .............................................................................. ..............................................................................4, 4, vs. Georgia Southern, 1/25/10 3FGA: ............................................................................ ............................................................................5, 5, vs. Georgia Southern, 1/25/10 FT: ............................................................................................... 4, at Samford, 1/30/10 FTA: ................................................................................................................ 4, five times Assists: .................................................................................................................. ..................................................................................................................4, 4, twice Turnovers: .................................................................................. 7, at NC State, 11/11/07 Blocks: ........................................................................................ 4, vs. Wofford, 2/12/10 Steals: ......................................................................................... 3, vs. Wofford, 1/19/09 Minutes: .......................................................................................... ..........................................................................................39, 39, vs. Elon, 1/13/10

goals on five occasions. High school

Basketball for the Dream Team … also played for the Georgia gia Jaguars.

Smith’s career statistics Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 28-0 30-5 30-29 88-34

Min 367 657 851 1,875

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Avg 13.1 21.9 28.4 21.3

FG-FGA 20-62 35-133 78-237 133-432

Pct .323 .263 .329 .308

3FG-3FGA 2-9 5-14 21-66 28-89

Pct .222 .357 .318 .315

FT-FTA 6-14 14-26 20-28 40-68

Pct .429 .538 .714 .588

Off-Def-Rebs 13-35-48 30-54-84 33-65-98 76-154-230

Avg 1.7 2.8 3.3 2.6

PF 23 36 58 117

FO 0 0 1 1

Ast 8 28 33 69

TO 27 32 57 116

Blk 7 12 12 31

Stl 8 13 25 46

Pts 48 89 197 334

Avg 1.7 3.0 6.6 3.8

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Agneta MORKUNAITE 5 10 5-10 0 • G • JJunior i VVilnius, Lithuania Mountain State Academy (W.Va.)

Sophomore S h season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Saw action in 12 games off the bench … averaged 1.0 point per game and 0.6 rebounds per game … had a season-high five points at Liberty on Nov. 17 … that game was a bit of a homecoming of sorts, as she spent her junior year in high school in Virginia at Lynchburg’s Holy Cross Regional … scored four points in a season-high 16 minutes at Georgia Southern on Dec. 29 … also had a season-high two assists in that game … had seven assists to just five turnovers on the season … had two assists each at Liberty and against North Carolina Central on Dec. 16 … earned a spot on the Chancellor’s List in the fall semester. Freshman season (2008-09) Appeared in 18 games off the bench, seeing 7.1 minutes of action per game … averaged 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per game … shot a team-high 47.4 percent from the field (9-for19) on the year … also led the squad in free throw percentage at 77.8 percent (14-for-18) … scored her first collegiate points with a pair of free throws at Wake Forest on Nov. 17 … also had a career-best three steals against the Demon Deacons … scored a career-high nine points against Illinois State on Dec. 22 … was 2-for-4 from the field and 5-for-6 from the free throw line in that game … had a career-best three rebounds five times … had four games in which she was perfect from the field … made seven straight shots over seven games … hit her first career 3-pointer at College of Charleston on Jan. 26 … scored four points against Wofford in the Southern Conference tournament, going 4-for-4 from the free throw line … also had three rebounds for the fifth time on the season. High school Helped Holy Cross Regional High School to the Virginia Independent Schools Division III State Championship in 2007 … transferred to the Academy at Mountain State University (W.Va.) and played for head coach Valerie McGraw for one season … was a member of the Lithuanian Under-20 National Team for four years for head coach Rasa Kreivyte. Personal Agneta Morkunaite … born Aug. 13, 1989 in Vilnius Lithuania … daughter of Andrius Morkunas and Valda Morkuniene … has one younger sister, Gabija … majoring in hospitality and tourism management.

Morkunaite’s career highs ................................................................................9, 9, vs. Illinois State, 12/22/08 Rebounds: ...................................................................................................... 3, five times FG: ................................................................................................................. 2, five times FGA: ...................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................4, 4, twice 3FG: ......................................................................... .........................................................................1, 1, at College of Charleston, 1/26/09 3FGA: .............................................................................................. ..............................................................................................2, 2, at Wofford, 1/8/10 FT: ...................................................................................... ......................................................................................5, 5, vs. Illinois State, 12/22/08 FTA: .................................................................................... ....................................................................................6, 6, vs. Illinois State, 12/22/08 Assists: .......................................................................................... ..........................................................................................2, 2, at Liberty, 11/17/09 Turnovers: ............................................................................. 4, at Wake Forest, 11/17/08 Blocks: ......................................................................................... 1, vs. Samford, 2/2/09 Steals: .................................................................................. 3, at Wake Forest, 11/17/08 Minutes: ........................................................................... 17, vs. Illinois State, 12/22/08

Morkunaite’s career statistics Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 18-0 12-0 30-0

Min 127 64 191

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Avg 7.1 5.3 6.4

FG-FGA 9-19 5-15 14-34

Pct .474 .333 .412

3FG-3FGA Pct 1-3 .333 0-7 .000 1-10 .100

FT-FTA 14-18 2-5 16-23

Pct .778 .400 .696

Off-Def-Rebs 9-15-24 4-3-7 13-18-31

Avg 1.3 0.6 1.0

PF 22 9 31

FO 0 0 0

Ast 7 7 14

TO 20 5 25

Blk 1 0 1

Stl 5 2 7

Pts 33 12 45

Avg 1.8 1.0 1.5

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Jazz WEAVER 5 8 • G • JJunior 5-8 i Covington, Ky. Holmes

Sophomore S h season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Appeared in a career-high 16 games … averaged 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds per game … had a career-best six assists to just five turnovers on the year … scored a career-high four points at Bowling Green on Nov. 27 … pulled down a season-high two rebounds at College of Charleston on Dec. 5, then matched that at Appalachian State on Feb. 20 … had a careerhigh two assists against the Cougars, then matched that with two more at Samford on Jan. 30 … scored three points and pulled down one rebound against top-seeded Chattanooga at the Southern Conference Championship (3/5) ... was an Academic All-Southern Conference selection. Freshman season (2008-09) Made 11 appearances, averaging 0.5 points and 0.8 rebounds in 3.5 minutes per game … saw her first action of the season at Wake Forest on Nov. 17, grabbing two rebounds and a steal in just six minutes of work … scored her first collegiate point with a free throw against College of Charleston on Dec. 6 … hit her first career field goal, a 3-pointer, at College of Charleston on Jan. 26 … that basket came on her only 3-point attempt of the season … had two points and a career-high three rebounds against Samford on Feb. 2 … had two boards and her first career assist at Wofford on Feb. 16 in less than a minute of work … had a rebound against the Terriers in the first round of the Southern Conference tournament on March 5. High school The 2008 NKY Player of the Year out of Holmes High School … was named to the 35th District All-Tournament Team twice and the Ninth Region All-Region Team once … is a member of the 1,000 point club at Holmes and also pulled down more than 800 rebounds in her four years … ranked in the top 10 in the state of Kentucky for rebounds, averaging 11.3 per game … helped lead her team to the Ninth Region championship game. Personal Christina Jasmine Weaver … born April 2, 1990 in Covington, Ky. … daughter of Richard Weaver and Belinda McGowan … has one older brother, Richard … was also recruited by Ball State, Ohio, Miami (Ohio) and Northern Kentucky … majoring in sociology with a concentration in criminology.

Weaver’s career highs ...............................................................................4, 4, at Bowling Green, 11/27/09 Rebounds: .................................................................................... 3, vs. Samford, 2/2/09 FG: .................................................................................... ....................................................................................2, 2, at Bowling Green, 11/27/09 FGA: ............................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................5, 5, three times 3FG: ......................................................................... .........................................................................1, 1, at College of Charleston, 1/26/09 3FGA: ...................................................................................... ......................................................................................3, 3, at Chattanooga, 2/1/10 FT: .......................................................................................................................... ..........................................................................................................................1,twice 1,twice FTA: ....................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................2, 2, twice Assists: .................................................................................................................. ..................................................................................................................2, 2, twice Turnovers: ............................................................................ ............................................................................2, 2, vs. N.C. Central, 12/16/09 Blocks: ............................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................................0 0 Steals: ......................................................................................... 2, at Samford, 1/30/10 Minutes: ........................................................................ ........................................................................16, 16, at Western Carolina, 2/16/10

Weaver’s career statistics Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 11-0 16-0 27-0

Min 39 95 134

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Avg 3.5 5.9 5.0

FG-FGA 2-13 5-35 7-48

Pct .154 .143 .146

3FG-3FGA Pct 1-1 1.000 0-5 .000 1-6 .167

FT-FTA 1-2 1-2 2-4

Pct .500 .500 .500

Off-Def-Rebs 2-7-9 6-6-12 8-13-21

Avg 0.8 0.8 0.8

PF 1 3 4

FO 0 0 0

Ast 1 6 7

TO 1 5 6

Blk 0 0 0

Stl 2 4 6

Pts 6 11 17

Avg 0.5 0.7 0.6

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Sarah FOLWELL 6 0 • G/F • JJunior 6-0 i Graham, N.C. Southern Alamance

Sophomore S h season (2009 (2009-10) 10 0) Appeared in all 30 games, making the first seven starts of her career … averaged 3.5 points per game and 2.4 rebounds per game, both career highs … also played a career-best 13.8 minutes per game … hit 23 3-pointers on the season after making just three as a freshman … scored a career-high 11 points against Chattanooga on Dec. 19 … had 10 vs. College of Charleston on Jan. 23 … pulled down a career-high eight rebounds at Elon on Feb. 27 … blocked a career-best 15 shots, including a career-high three against Samford on Dec. 21 … had a career-high four assists vs. Wofford on Feb. 12 … made the Dean’s List in both semesters. Freshman season (2008-09) Appeared in 26 games on the season, a team high for freshmen … averaged 1.2 points and 1.0 rebound in 6.8 minutes per game … scored a career-best six points at College of Charleston on Jan. 26, including a 3-pointer and a 3-for-4 effort from the free throw line … scored her first career points on a pair of free throws against High Point on Nov. 24 … had back-toback games with a career-high five rebounds, against Chattanooga and Samford on Jan. 31 and Feb. 2, respectively … scored five points with a perfect day from the floor against Illinois State on Dec. 22, going 2-for-2 from the field and 1-for-1 from 3-point range … also had five points and four rebounds at Chattanooga on Dec. 31, playing a season-high 21 minutes … had four points and four boards against Florida Gulf Coast on Nov. 28 … dished off a careerbest two assists in just three minutes of action at Appalachian State on Jan. 12 … blocked six shots on the season, including one against Wofford in the first round of the Southern Conference tournament on March 5 … made the Dean’s List in both semesters. High school A three-time All-Mid-State 3A Conference selection at Southern Alamance High School … was also named to the all-region team twice … became just the second girl in school history to reach the 1,000-point plateau … also played volleyball for four years … was the conference player of the year and was a two-time all-conference selection … was a McDonald’s All-American nominee … had her jersey retired. Personal Sarah Ruth Folwell … born Feb. 3, 1990, in Sanford, N.C. … daughter of Darren and Alison Folwell … has one younger brother, Joshua … was also recruited by UNC Asheville, Samford and Appalachian State … majoring in public health studies.

Folwell’s career highs ..............................................................................11, 11, vs. Chattanooga, 12/19/09 Rebounds: .......................................................................................... 8, at Elon, 2/27/10 FG: .................................................................................... 4, vs. Chattanooga, 12/19/09 FGA: .......................................................................................... 13, at Samford, 1/30/10 3FG: ...................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................3, 3, twice 3FGA: .................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................7, 7, twice FT: ............................................................................ ............................................................................3, 3, at College of Charleston, 1/26/09 FTA: .......................................................................... ..........................................................................4, 4, at College of Charleston, 1/26/09 Assists: ........................................................................................ 4, vs. Wofford, 2/12/10 Turnovers: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................3, 3, twice Steals: ................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................3, 3, twice Blocks: ..................................................................................... 3, vs. Samford, 12/21/09 Minutes: ..................................................................................................... .....................................................................................................27, 27, three times

Folwell’s career statistics Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 26-0 30-7 56-7

Min 178 415 593

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Avg 6.8 13.8 10.6

FG-FGA 10-40 38-118 48-158

Pct .250 .322 .304

3FG-3FGA Pct 3-13 .231 23-72 .319 26-85 .306

FT-FTA 7-12 7-17 14-29

Pct .583 .412 .483

Off-Def-Rebs 12-15-27 21-51-72 33-66-99

Avg 1.0 2.4 1.8

PF 21 54 75

FO 1 1 2

Ast 5 16 21

TO 13 26 39

Blk 6 15 21

Stl 1 15 16

Pts 30 106 136

Avg 1.2 3.5 2.4

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Amy CLAPPER 6-2 6 2•C•R R-Sophomore S h Newark, Ohio Newark Catholic

Redshirt R d hi t FFreshman h season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Appeared in all 30 games with 10 starts in her first season of action … averaged 3.1 points and 2.9 rebounds per game … shot 75.7 percent from the free throw line (28-for-37) … scored a career-high 11 points against North Carolina Central on Dec. 16 … had 10 points vs. Samford on Dec. 21 … was named the SoCon Student-Athlete of the Week on Dec. 23 … pulled down a career-high nine rebounds against Elon on Jan. 13 … had a career-high three assists at Fordham on Dec. 12 … blocked two shots vs. Furman on Feb. 23 … was an Academic All-Southern Conference performer in the classroom … earned membership in the Golden Key International Honor Society … earned spots on the Dean’s List and Chancellor’s List in both semesters. Freshman season (2008-09) Underwent surgery for a torn ACL in the preseason and redshirted the season … member of the Dean’s List both semesters and the Chancellor’s List in the spring semester … earned membership in the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. High school A four-year varsity letterwinner out of Newark Catholic for coach Matt Schmeltzer … was named the Newark Advocate Player of the Year … was also an all-state and All-MSL League honoree … led the Green Wave to district championships in 2004 and 2008 … played AAU ball for Joe Fowler and the Capital City Comets … was a member of the Spanish Club and Student Council and was her class representative. Personal Amy Marie Clapper … born June 11, 1990, in Newark, Ohio … daughter of Chris and Cheryl Clapper … has two sisters, Sarah, who played women’s basketball at Bowling Green, and Kelly … was also recruited by Morehead State … majoring in business studies and sports management … is co-president of UNCG’s SAAC chapter.

Clapper’s career highs ............................................................................... 11, vs. N.C. Central, 12/16/09 Rebounds: ......................................................................................... .........................................................................................9, 9, vs. Elon, 1/13/10 FG: ............................................................................................................... ...............................................................................................................4, 4, three times FGA: .................................................................................... ....................................................................................7, 7, vs. N.C. Central, 12/16/09 3FG: ......................................................................................... 1, vs. Samford, 12/21/09 3FGA: ............................................................................................................... ...............................................................................................................1, 1, six times FT: ............................................................................................. .............................................................................................5, 5, at Fordham, 12/12/09 FTA: ............................................................................................... ...............................................................................................7, 7, at Davidson, 1/2/10 Assists: ...................................................................................... ......................................................................................3, 3, at Fordham, 12/12/09 Turnovers: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................4, 4, twice Blocks: ......................................................................................... .........................................................................................2, 2, vs. Furman, 2/23/10 Steals: ....................................................................................... .......................................................................................2, 2, at Fordham, 12/12/09 Minutes: ................................................................. .................................................................26, 26, at College of Charleston, 12/5/09

Year 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS Min Avg Medical redshirt 30-10 424 14.1 30-10 424 14.1

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FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-3FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off-Def-Rebs

Avg

PF

FO

Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg

32-95 32-95

.337 .337

1-6 1-6

.167 .167

28-37 28-37

.757 .757

33-54-87 33-54-87

2.9 2.9

49 49

1 1

8 8

37 37

4 4

8 8

93 93

3.1 3.1

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Brey DORSETT 5 8•G•S 5-8 Sophomore h Winston-Salem, N.C. W Forsyth Country Day

FFreshman h season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Appeared in all 30 games, with five starts … averaged 3.4 points and 1.6 rebounds per game … was the only true freshman on the roster to appear in each game … scored a career-high 11 points at Davidson on Jan. 2, then matched that with 11 vs. Georgia Southern on Jan. 25 … hit three 3-pointers in both games … had 10 points in games against North Carolina Central (12/16) and Samford (1/30) … had three games with four rebounds (vs. N.C. Central, at Appalachian State on Feb. 20 and at Elon on Feb. 27)… had three games with three assists … had a career-best three steals at Liberty on Nov. 17 … earned the team’s Spartan Motivator/ Spirit Award. High school Attended Palm Beach Gardens (Fla.) High School, Northern Durham High School and Forsyth Country Day, finishing her prep career at Forsyth Country Day … averaged 14.6 points, 5.7 rebounds, 3.2 steals and 3.0 assists per game for the Furies as a senior, helping FCDS to a 20-8 record and a spot in the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association semifinals … was the Piedmont Athletic Conference of Independent Schools 3-A Co-Player of the Year and an NCISAA all-state performer as a senior … earned all-conference honors her last two years … was a two-time team MVP … named the MVP of the All Real Girls Basketball Showcase in Washington, D.C., as a junior … was named one of Triad Sports Weekly’s “Dazzling Dozen” and to the Winston-Salem Journal’s All-Northwest Team as a senior … was also an all-state catcher for Forsythe Country Day’s softball team … was a two-time all-conference hurdler in track and field. Personal Brittany Lenee Dorsett … born Oct. 18, 1989, in Carmel, Ind. … daughter of David Dorsett and Deborah Dorsett … majoring in sociology.

Dorsett’s career highs ............................ Rebounds: .................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................4, 4, three times FG: ............................................................................................................... ...............................................................................................................4, 4, three times FGA: ........................................................................... 12, at Appalachian State, 2/20/10 3FG: ...................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................3, 3, twice 3FGA: ........................................................................... 6, at Appalachian State, 2/20/10 FT: ........................................................................................... ...........................................................................................4, 4, at High Point, 11/21/09 FTA: ....................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................4, 4, twice Assists: ......................................................................................................... .........................................................................................................3, 3, three times Turnovers: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................4, 4, twice Blocks: .................................................................................................................. ..................................................................................................................1, 1, twice Steals: ........................................................................................... ...........................................................................................3, 3, at Liberty, 11/17/09 Minutes: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................27, 27, twice

Dorsett’s career statistics Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 30-5 30-5

Min 416 416

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Avg 13.9 13.9

FG-FGA 36-133 36-133

Pct .271 .271

3FG-3FGA Pct 17-69 .246 17-69 .246

FT-FTA 12-20 12-20

Pct .600 .600

Off-Def-Rebs 14-35-49 14-35-49

Avg 1.6 1.6

PF 49 49

FO 0 0

Ast 25 25

TO 42 42

Blk 2 2

Stl 24 24

Pts 101 101

Avg 3.4 3.4

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Dayshaun RICHBOW 5 6•G•S 5-6 Sophomore h Hopkins, S.C. Lower Richland

FFreshman h season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Appeared in 19 games with four starts … injured her knee against College of Charleston on Jan. 23 and did not play after that … had played in all 19 of UNCG’s contests until she was injured … averaged 3.5 points, 1.5 assists and 2.7 rebounds per game … scored a careerhigh nine points vs. Western Carolina on Jan. 11 … also had a career-high seven rebounds in that game … had four games with at least five rebounds … had a career-best four assists at Wofford on Jan. 8 … had a career-best five steals against North Carolina Central on Dec. 16 … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the fall semester. High school Led Lower Richland High School to state titles in each of her four years there … earned allstate, all-region and all-area honors for the Diamond Hornets … played in the 2009 Bi-Lo Classic North South All-Star Game … member of the National Honor Society … Honor Roll student … also played seven years for the SC Lady Sixers in Columbia, S.C. … was named an adidas All-Star … helped the team win the 16U adidas national championship. Personal Dayshaun Jalisa Richbow … born March 11, 1991, in Columbia, S.C. … daughter of Rashion Richbow and Connie Days … has three siblings, Rashion, Katina and Victoria … majoring in business studies.

Richbow’s career highs ............................................................................9, 9, vs. Western Carolina, 1/11/10 Rebounds: ...................................................................... ......................................................................7, 7, vs. Western Carolina, 1/11/10 FG: ................................................................................. .................................................................................4, 4, vs. Western Carolina, 1/11/10 FGA: ...................................................................................................................... ......................................................................................................................8, 8, twice 3FG: .............................................................................................. ..............................................................................................1, 1, at Liberty, 11/17/09 3FGA: ............................................................................................ ............................................................................................2, 2, at Liberty, 11/17/09 FT: ............................................................................................ 3, vs. Samford, 12/21/09 FTA: .......................................................................................... 4, vs. Samford, 12/21/09 Assists: ............................................................................................ ............................................................................................4, 4, at Wofford, 1/8/10 Turnovers: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................6, 6, twice Blocks: ............................................................................................................................ ............................................................................................................................0 0 Steals: ................................................................................. .................................................................................5, 5, vs. N.C. Central, 12/16/09 Minutes: ...................................................................................... ......................................................................................31, 31, at Davidson, 1/2/10

Richbow’s career statistics Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 19-4 19-4

Min 376 376

2 8 • P L AY E R B I O S

Avg 19.8 19.8

FG-FGA 27-68 27-68

Pct .397 .397

3FG-3FGA Pct 1-3 .333 1-3 .333

FT-FTA 14-24 14-24

Pct .583 .583

Off-Def-Rebs 24-28-52 24-28-52

Avg 2.7 2.7

PF 22 22

FO 0 0

Ast 29 29

TO 42 42

Blk 0 0

Stl 23 23

Pts 69 69

Avg 3.6 3.6

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Sidnei HARMON 5 11 5-11 11 • F • S Sophomore h Cincinnati, Ohio TTurpin

FFreshman h season (2009 (2009-10) 2009 10) 10 Appeared in 19 games … averaged 1.4 points and 0.8 rebounds per game … had a careerhigh six points at Western Carolina on Feb. 16, then matched that the next time out with six at Appalachian State on Feb. 20 … played a career-high 17 minutes against the Mountaineers … pulled down a career-high three rebounds vs. Samford on Dec. 21 … went 7-for-8 (.875) from the free throw line on the season … earned a spot on the Dean’s List for the fall semester. High school Was a four-time All-Fort Ancient Valley Conference selection for Turpin High School, taking second-team honors as a freshman and first-team honors her last three seasons … was named the league’s co-player of the year as a junior … was a third-team All-Southwest District selection as a junior and earned honorable mention as a senior … was a Cincinnati Enquirer all-city selection … participated in the East West All-Star Game … was Turpin’s Homecoming queen and a captain on the soccer team … also played for Cincinnati’s Finest club team for two years. Personal Sidnei Emani Harmon … born Dec. 21, 1990, in Cincinnati, Ohio … daughter of John and Stephanie Harmon … has an older sister, Chanelle, who ran track at Ohio University for four years … majoring in business.

Harmon’s career highs ................... Rebounds: ................................................................................ 3, vs. Samford, 12/21/09 FG: ............................................................................... 3, at Appalachian State, 2/20/10 FGA: ............................................................................. 8, at Appalachian State, 2/20/10 3FG: ................................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................0 0 3FGA: .............................................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................................0 0 FT: ................................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................2, 2, three times FTA: .............................................................................................................. ..............................................................................................................2, 2, three times Assists: ......................................................................... 1, at Appalachian State, 2/20/10 Turnovers: ............................................................................ ............................................................................2, 2, vs. N.C. Central, 12/16/09 Steals: .......................................................................................................... ..........................................................................................................1, 1, three times Blocks: .................................................................................................................. ..................................................................................................................1, 1, twice Minutes: ..................................................................... 17, at Appalachian State, 2/20/10

Harmon’s career statistics Year 2009-10 TOTAL

GP-GS 19-0 19-0

Min 118 118

3 0 • P L AY E R B I O S

Avg 6.2 6.2

FG-FGA 10-30 10-30

Pct .333 .333

3FG-3FGA Pct 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 7-8 7-8

Pct .875 .875

Off-Def-Rebs 8-8-16 8-8-16

Avg 0.8 0.8

PF 12 12

FO 0 0

Ast 1 1

TO 5 5

Blk 2 2

Stl 3 3

Pts 27 27

Avg 1.4 1.4

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Natalie HEADLEY 5 8•G•R 5-8 R-Freshman F h Fayetteville, N.C. Fayetteville Academy

FFreshman h season (2009 (2009-10) 10) Took a medical redshirt after injuring her knee prior to arriving at UNCG … earned spots on the Dean’s List and the Chancellor’s List in both semesters. High school Was a three-time North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association all-state and fivetime All-Cape Fear Independent Conference player for Fayetteville Academy … was also a three-time conference MVP and an all-region pick … graduated as Fayetteville Academy’s all-time leading scorer with 1,980 career points …helped the team to the 2009 state championship with a 29-1 record … was also an all-state and all-region player in volleyball and soccer … was the conference MVP and a four-time all-conference selection in volleyball … was a two-time all-region pick, a three-time all-conference pick and a two-time all-state selection in soccer … is in Fayetteville Academy’s Hall of Fame for all three sports … was the school’s Female Athlete of the Year four years in a row … member of the National Honor Society. Personal Natalie Nicole Headley … born April 9, 1991, in Fayetteville, N.C. … daughter of Maxwell and Nathania Headley … has an older brother, Nicholas … majoring in biology.

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Breonna PATTERSON

Colleen NOSOVITCH

5-4 5 4 • G • Fr FFresh Freshman eshhman Greensboro, N.C. Dudley

AAllentown Central

High school

more, best all-around as a junior and MVP as a senior. Personal tee … plans to major in special education.

High school Was an all-state player and a three-time Lehigh Valley Conference performer for Allentown Central Catholic School … was the LVC MVP as a senior, when she was named the Girls Basketball Player of the Year by The (Allentown) Morning Call and played in the Via All-Star Classic, earning a spot on the VIA All-Star First Team … helped Central Catholic to three LVC titles, four District 11 Class 3A titles and a Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Class 3A quarterfinals appearance as a senior … was named the Frantz/Stellar Player of the Year and her high school’s female athlete of the year as a senior … was also a standout volleyball player, helping the Vikettes to a pair of state titles and two other finals appearances …was an all-state and all-state tournament selection as a senior … first-team all-area as a senior … played in the District 11 All-Star Game … named the Morning Call’s Female Athlete of the Year. Personal Colleen Sheila Nosovitch … born Jan. 7, 1992, in Allentown, Pa. … daughter of Gene and Trish Nosovitch … father played baseball at Wilkes University, aunt Sheila O’Donnell played tennis at Penn and grandfather Andy O’Donnell played in the NBA for the Baltimore Bullets … undecided on major.

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Janae’ STEVENSON

6-1 6 1 • C • FFresh Freshman resh eshhman Charlotte, N.C. Providence Day

6-2 6 2 • F • FFreshm Freshman reshm h an Columbia, S.C. Eau Claire

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High school Helped Eau Claire High School to a 25-1 record as a senior, as the squad won its first 25 games before falling in the Class 2A semifinals … averaged 13.3 points and 8.1 rebounds per game as a senior … three-time all-region and all-state tournament performer … named the Class 2A All-Area Player of the Year by The (Columbia) State … selected to represent South Carolina in the Carolinas All-Star Classic … was also an accomplished volleyball playand the title game in 2008-09, her first season at the school … was All-Southwestern 4AA er for the Shamrocks, earning all-state, all-region and all-area honors … named the Region Conference in 2007-08 for South Mecklenburg High School, earning team MVP honors. 4 2A Player of the Year and WLXT in Columbia also named her its player of the year … was selected for the North-South All-Star Game … was rewarded for her work in the classroom, as Personal well, as she was honored at the Richland One Academic All-Stars banquet … was Eau Claire’s salutatorian and was editor-in-chief of the 2010 yearbook … was a member of the A-B Honor Roll and on the Merit List. cided on major. Personal Janae’ Dominque Stevenson … born July 5, 1992, in Columbia, S.C. … daughter of Janet Delaney … cousin Thaddeous Delaney played basketball at College of Charleston … plans to major in business.

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2009-10 STATISTICS RECORD:

OVERALL

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

ALL GAMES

10-20

6-7

3-12

1-1

CONFERENCE

6-14

4-6

2-8

0-0

NON-CONFERENCE

4-6

2-1

1-4

1-1

## Player 12 Lakiah Hyson Conference-Only... 22 Amanda Leigh Conference-Only... 15 Monique Floyd Conference-Only... 33 Kendra Smith Conference-Only... 41 Agne Girstautaite

GP 30 20 29 19 30 20 30 20 29

GS 30 20 25 15 24 14 29 19 13

Min 821 569 785 513 758 497 851 575 526

Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 27.4 111 315 .352 30 105 .286 28.5 72 218 .330 16 76 .211 27.1 107 323 .331 67 205 .327 27.0 76 224 .339 46 137 .336 25.3 92 193 .477 0 4 .000 24.9 62 126 .492 0 3 .000 28.4 78 237 .329 21 66 .318 28.8 52 159 .327 13 44 .295 18.1 64 120 .533 0 0 .000

FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot 94 119 .790 29 108 137 65 82 .793 21 84 105 25 33 .758 17 88 105 18 26 .692 12 57 69 71 117 .607 55 64 119 48 79 .608 38 39 77 20 28 .714 33 65 98 16 22 .727 19 37 56 28 54 .519 63 38 101

Avg 4.6 5.3 3.6 3.6 4.0 3.9 3.3 2.8 3.5

PF FO 69 0 47 0 27 0 17 0 54 1 35 1 58 1 38 1 67 3

A 65 44 42 24 68 46 33 18 11

TO Blk 84 2 54 2 67 6 44 5 55 3 29 2 57 12 31 10 33 35

Stl 67 46 43 30 53 37 25 18 11

Conference-Only... 24 Dayshaun Richbow Conference-Only... 13 Sarah Folwell Conference-Only... 02 Brey Dorsett Conference-Only... 44 Amy Clapper Conference-Only... 14 TaShama Banner Conference-Only... 31 Sidnei Harmon Conference-Only... 45 Dee Corbett Conference-Only... 03 Agneta Morkunaite Conference-Only... 11 Jazz Weaver Conference-Only... TM TEAM................ Conference-Only...

19 5 19 4 11 4 30 7 20 7 30 5 20 5 30 10 20 8 28 2 18 2 19 0 13 0 11 1 5 1 12 0 7 0 16 0 11 0

312 376 234 415 310 416 288 424 284 305 207 118 82 46 17 64 39 95 73

16.4 19.8 21.3 13.8 15.5 13.9 14.4 14.1 14.2 10.9 11.5 6.2 6.3 4.2 3.4 5.3 5.6 5.9 6.6

2.8 2.7 3.0 2.4 2.7 1.6 1.8 2.9 3.2 2.4 2.3 0.8 1.0 0.8 1.0 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.9 5.0 5.1

38 22 11 54 41 49 33 49 30 34 20 12 10 12 4 9 3 3 3 0 0

1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 29 17 16 11 25 12 8 4 25 16 1 1 1 1 7 1 6 6

16 42 14 26 21 42 25 37 25 35 25 5 3 6 5 5 3 5 2 15 9

23 0 0 15 13 2 2 4 4 5 3 2 1 4 0 0 0 0 0

8 82 4.3 23 69 3.6 10 38 3.5 15 106 3.5 14 79 4.0 24 101 3.4 13 66 3.3 8 93 3.1 4 53 2.7 30 56 2.0 20 36 2.0 3 27 1.4 2 21 1.6 2 13 1.2 2 8 1.6 2 12 1.0 0 6 0.9 4 11 0.7 4 2 0.2 0 0

676 1080 36.0 519 459 722 36.1 330 825 1199 40.0 453 576 819 41.0 299

7 5 1

337 207 386 256

514 306 576 379

90 65 98 67

Total.......... Conference-Only... Opponents...... Conference-Only... SCORE BY PERIODS: UNCG Opponents

30 20 30 20

33 68 .485 27 68 .397 14 45 .311 38 118 .322 29 87 .333 36 133 .271 25 91 .275 32 95 .337 16 61 .262 20 75 .267 14 48 .292 10 30 .333 8 23 .348 4 15 .267 2 7 .286 5 15 .333 3 11 .273 5 35 .143 1 26 .038

629 407 682 438

1772 1194 1635 1079

.355 .341 .417 .406

0 1 0 23 18 17 13 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 0 72 54 69 46 6 4 10 7 0 0 0 0 7 6 5 4

.000 .333 .000 .319 .333 .246 .283 .167 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

16 14 10 7 3 12 3 28 20 16 8 7 5 5 4 2 0 1 0

30 24 16 17 11 20 7 37 27 24 11 8 6 7 5 5 1 2 0

.533 .583 .625 .412 .273 .600 .429 .757 .741 .667 .727 .875 .833 .714 .800 .400 .000 .500 .000

36 24 15 21 16 14 10 33 25 24 16 8 7 4 3 4 2 6 5 69 38

160 107 183 123

552 381 546 370

.290 .281 .335 .332

330 216 394 257

495 323 565 366

.667 .669 .697 .702

404 263 374 243

18 54 28 52 18 33 51 72 38 54 35 49 25 35 54 87 39 64 43 67 26 42 8 16 6 13 5 9 2 5 3 7 2 4 6 12 5 10 80 149 63 101

Pts 346 225 306 216 255 172 197 133 156

310 1748 208 1137 278 1941 173 1256

Avg 11.5 11.3 10.6 11.4 8.5 8.6 6.6 6.7 5.4

58.3 56.8 64.7 62.8

1st 2nd Total 834 914 1748 956 985 1941

DEADBALL REBOUNDS: OFF DEF TOTAL UNCG 67 3 70 Opponents 72 13 85

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2009-10 RESULTS Opponent MORGAN STATE at Liberty at High Point

Date 11/14/09 11/17/09 11/21/09

Score 85-68 42-60 63-75

WL W L L

POINTS 18-Amanda Leigh 9-Lakiah Hyson 13-Monique Floyd

ASSISTS 8-Monique Floyd 3-Lakiah Hyson 3-Brey Dorsett

STEALS 3-Amanda Leigh 4-Lakiah Hyson 5-TaShama Banner

BLOCKED SHOTS None 1-Agne Girstautaite 2-Agne Girstautaite

15-Amanda Leigh

REBOUNDS 7-Monique Floyd 7-Monique Floyd 5-TaShama Banner Monique Floyd Amanda Leigh 6-Agne Girstautaite

at Ohio State

11/25/09

56-89

L

3-Lakiah Hyson

2-Dee Corbett

L

12-Kendra Smith

9-Agne Girstautaite

5-Amanda Leigh

54-56 60-71

L L

13-Lakiah Hyson 14-Lakiah Hyson

6-Dayshaun Richbow 6-Lakiah Hyson

12/12/09

69-63

W

21-Lakiah Hyson

4-Lakiah Hyson

N.C. CENTRAL

12/16/09

70-57

W

5-Dayshaun Richbow

1-Dee Corbett Kendra Smith 2-TaShama Banner

CHATTANOOGA

12/19/09

54-67

L

4-Lakiah Hyson

None

SAMFORD

12/21/09

55-47

W

at Georgia Southern

12/29/09

45-42

W

11-Lakiah Hyson Amy Clapper 14-Amanda Leigh Lakiah Hyson 13-Lakiah Hyson Monique Floyd 12-Kendra Smith

6-Amanda Leigh Kendra Smith 8-Kendra Smith

4-Amanda Leigh 2-Dayshaun Richbow Amanda Leigh Jazz Weaver Lakiah Hyson 4-Lakiah Hyson

1-Monique Floyd TaShama Banner Agne Girstautaite Lakiah Hyson 2-Dayshaun Richbow Monique Floyd 4-Monique Floyd 3-Lakiah Hyson

at Bowling Green

11/27/09

51-80

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at College of Charleston

12/01/09 12/05/09

at Fordham

at Davidson

01/02/10

45-67

L

at Wofford

01/08/10

60-61

WESTERN CAROLINA

01/11/10

ELON APPALACHIAN STATE

1-Dee Corbett Sarah Folwell 2-Agne Girstautaite 1-Agne Girstautaite Sarah Folwell

8-Lakiah Hyson

3-TaShama Banner Brey Dorsett 2-Monique Floyd

6-Sarah Folwell Lakiah Hyson 7-Lakiah Hyson

2-Dayshaun Richbow Kendra Smith 3-Lakiah Hyson

3-Amanda Leigh

3-Sarah Folwell

4-Lakiah Hyson

11-Brey Dorsett

6-Lakiah Hyson

3-TaShama Banner

L

21-Amanda Leigh

7-Lakiah Hyson

2-Lakiah Hyson Kendra Smith 4-Dayshaun Richbow

1-Amanda Leigh Kendra Smith Agne Girstautaite 2-Agne Girstautaite

75-61

W

20-Amanda Leigh

7-Dayshaun Richbow

01/13/10 01/16/10

84-70 57-72

W L

29-Lakiah Hyson 21-Monique Floyd

10-Monique Floyd 6-Monique Floyd

at Furman

01/19/10

46-61

L

16-Lakiah Hyson

COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON

01/23/10

51-54

L

23-Lakiah Hyson

5-Dayshaun Richbow Kendra Smith 4-Lakiah Hyson

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

01/25/10

55-63

L

23-Kendra Smith

8-Lakiah Hyson

4-Lakiah Hyson

at Samford

01/30/10

51-54

L

13-Kendra Smith

3-Lakiah Hyson

at Chattanooga

02/01/10

63-82

L

19-Amanda Leigh

7-Sarah Folwell Agne Girstautaite 7-Monique Floyd

DAVIDSON

02/06/10

53-83

L

16-Amanda Leigh

8-Monique Floyd

3-Monique Floyd

2-Kendra Smith Jazz Weaver 1-Amanda Leigh Kendra Smith Sidnei Harmon Monique Floyd TaShama Banner Lakiah Hyson 3-Monique Floyd

WOFFORD

02/12/10

55-57

L

13-Amanda Leigh

4-Sarah Folwell

4-Lakiah Hyson

at Western Carolina at Appalachian State

02/16/10 02/20/10

42-57 49-67

L L

2-Monique Floyd 4-TaShama Banner

2-Kendra Smith 4-Amanda Leigh

FURMAN at Elon

02/23/10 02/27/10

60-49 77-71

W W

12-Lakiah Hyson 9-Monique Floyd Brey Dorsett 14-Lakiah Hyson 28-Amanda Leigh

7-Lakiah Hyson Amanda Leigh 6-Lakiah Hyson 5-Agne Girstautaite 7-Amanda Leigh 10-Amanda Leigh

3-TaShama Banner 4-Monique Floyd

vs Western Carolina vs Chattanooga

03/04/10 03/05/10

57-55 64-82

W L

20-Lakiah Hyson 16-Lakiah Hyson

8-Monique Floyd 6-Lakiah Hyson

4-Lakiah Hyson 3-Lakiah Hyson Monique Floyd 5-Monique Floyd 4-Kendra Smith

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5-Lakiah Hyson Monique Floyd 5-Monique Floyd 3-Dayshaun Richbow Lakiah Hyson 3-Monique Floyd 3-Monique Floyd

3-Lakiah Hyson

3-Sarah Folwell Amanda Leigh Lakiah Hyson Monique Floyd 3-Sarah Folwell Monique Floyd 3-Monique Floyd 5-Monique Floyd

None

7-Lakiah Hyson

2-Kendra Smith

2-Monique Floyd Lakiah Hyson 3-Lakiah Hyson

2-Sarah Folwell

4-Lakiah Hyson 1-Amanda Leigh Brey Dorsett Agne Girstautaite TaShama Banner Lakiah Hyson

4-Agne Girstautaite 2-Agne Girstautaite 1-Amanda Leigh

2-Agne Girstautaite Sarah Folwell None 1-Sarah Folwell TaShama Banner Sidnei Harmon

1-Agne Girstautaite Amy Clapper 4-Kendra Smith Agne Girstautaite 1-Kendra Smith 3-Agne Girstautaite 2-Amy Clapper 2-Agne Girstautaite Sarah Folwell 5-Agne Girstautaite 1-Monique Floyd Agne Girstautaite

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THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE The Southern Conference, which began its 90th season of intercollegiate competition in 2010, is a national leader in emphasizing the development of the student-athlete and in helping to build lifelong leaders and role models. The Southern Conference has been on the forefront of innovation and originality in developing creative solutions to address issues facing intercollegiate athletics. From establishing the first conference basketball tournament (1921), tackling the issue of freshman eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the 3-point goal in basketball (1980), the Southern Conference has been a pioneer. The Southern Conference is the nation’s fifth-oldest NCAA Division I collegiate athletic association. Only the Big Ten (1896), the Missouri Valley (1907), the Pacific 10 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. Academic excellence has been a major part of the Southern Conference’s tradition. Hundreds of Southern Conference student-athletes have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerica and all-district teams. A total of 19 Rhodes Scholarship winners have been selected from conference institutions. The conference currently consists of 12 members in five states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. The Southern Conference offices are located in the historic Beaumont Mill in Spartanburg, S.C. A textile mill that was in operation from 1880 until 1999, Beaumont Mill was renovated in 2004 and today offers the league first-class meeting areas and offices as well as a spacious library for storage of the conference’s historical documents. Membership history On Feb. 25, 1921, representatives from 14 of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s (SIAA) 30 members met at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hotel to establish the Southern Intercollegiate Conference. On hand at the inaugural meeting were officials from Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn), Clemson, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology (Georgia Tech), Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi A&M (Mississippi State), North Carolina, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and Washington & Lee. Dr. S.V. Sanford of Georgia was chosen as acting chairman and N.W. Dougherty of Tennessee was named secretary. The decision to form a new athletic conference was motivated by the desire to have a workable number of conference games for each league member. With 30 schools in the SIAA by the early 1920s, it was impossible to play every school at least once during the regular season and many schools went several years between playing some conference members. In addition, in 1920, the SIAA voted down proposed rules that an athlete must be in a college a year before playing on its teams and refused to abolish a rule permitting athletes to play summer baseball for money. Play began in the fall of 1921 and a year later, six more schools joined the fledgling league, including

Tulane (which had attended the inaugural meeting but had elected not to join), Florida, Louisiana (LSU), Mississippi, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. VMI joined in 1925 and Duke was added in 1929. By the 1930s, membership in the Southern Conference had reached 23 schools. C.P. “Sally” Miles of Virginia Tech, president of the Southern Conference, called the annual league meeting to order on Dec. 9, 1932, at the Farragut Hotel in Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia’s Dr. Sanford announced that 13 institutions west and south of the Appalachian Mountains were reorganizing as the Southeastern Conference. Members of the new league included Alabama, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Florida, Georgia, Georgia School of Technology, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Mississippi A&M, University of the South, Tennessee, Tulane and Vanderbilt. According to the minutes of the meeting, Dr. Sanford stated that the division was made along geographical lines. Florida’s Dr. J.J. Tigert, acting as spokesman for the withdrawing group, regretted the move but believed it was necessary as the Southern Conference had grown too large. The resignations were accepted and the withdrawing schools formed the new league, which began play in 1932. The Southern Conference continued with membership of 10 institutions including Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, VMI, Virginia Tech and Washington & Lee. The second major shift occurred some 20 years later. By 1952, the Southern Conference included 17 colleges and universities. Another split occurred when seven schools – Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest – departed to form the Atlantic Coast Conference, which began play in 1953. The revamped Southern Conference included members The Citadel, Davidson, Furman, George Washington, Richmond, VMI, Virginia Tech, Washington & Lee, West Virginia and William & Mary. Today, the league continues to thrive with a membership that includes 12 institutions and a footprint that spans five states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama and Georgia. Current league members are Appalachian State, College of Charleston, The Citadel, Davidson, Elon, Furman, Georgia Southern, UNC Greensboro, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina and Wofford. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on Jan. 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda that has improved competition, upgraded compliance-related matters, launched the conference’s Hall of Fame and increased the marketing and brand awareness of the conference and its member institutions. The Southern Conference named its first commissioner in December 1950. Duke head football coach Wallace Wade made the transition from Blue Devil football coach to athletics administration as the first person at the helm of the conference. Lloyd Jordan replaced Wade as the commissioner in 1960 and served a 14-year term until Ken Ger-

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www.soconsports.com mann became the league head in 1974. Germann was the commissioner for 13 years and orchestrated the league’s expansion to include women’s athletics. In 1987, he was succeeded by Dave Hart, who spearheaded the transfer of the league office from Charlotte, N.C., to Asheville, N.C. Wright Waters succeeded Hart upon his retirement in 1991. Under Waters’ leadership, the Southern Conference expanded to 12 members, added three women’s sports and posted record revenue from the basketball tournament. Waters, who is currently the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference, was followed by Alfred B. White in 1998. White, a veteran member of the NCAA office, introduced the current conference logo and elevated the conference’s commitment to marketing and development of corporate partners. Danny Morrison headed the conference from 2001-2005 and orchestrated the league’s move from Asheville, N.C., to Spartanburg, S.C. Under Morrison’s leadership, the conference increased its marketing and promotional efforts. Championship history The first Southern Conference Championship was the league basketball tournament held in Atlanta in 1922. The North Carolina Tar Heels won the tournament to become the first recognized league champion in any sport. The Southern Conference Tournament remains the oldest of its kind in college basketball. Commissioner Germann spearheaded the Southern Conference’s expansion to include women’s athletics during the 1983-84 season. That year, league championships were held in volleyball, basketball and tennis. Cross country joined the mix in 1985 and the league began holding indoor and outdoor track championships in 1988. Most recently, the conference instituted golf and softball championships in the spring of 1994 and added soccer in the fall of 1994. The Germann Cup, named in honor of the former commissioner, annually recognizes the top women’s athletics programs in the conference. From their humble beginnings, women’s athletics have become an integral part of the Southern Conference and its success. The Southern Conference declares champions in 10 men’s sports – football, soccer, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, wrestling, baseball, tennis and golf - and nine women’s sports – soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, indoor track and field, outdoor track & field, tennis, golf and softball.

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2009-10 SOCON REVIEW SoCon TEAM Chattanooga Samford Appalachian State College of Charleston Georgia Southern Davidson Elon UNCG Wofford Western Carolina Furman

W-L 16-4 14-6 14-6 13-7 13-7 12-8 6-14 6-14 6-14 6-14 4-16

Pct. .800 .700 .700 .650 .650 .600 .300 .300 .300 .300 .200

Home 10-0 7-3 6-4 7-3 5-5 6-4 2-8 4-6 4-6 4-6 2-8

Away 6-4 7-3 8-2 6-4 8-2 6-4 4-6 2-8 2-8 2-8 2-8

2009-10 STANDINGS PF 67.1 64.6 66.6 62.4 59.0 68.5 62.8 56.8 59.5 60.8 56.7

PA 60.1 57.2 60.5 60.5 57.8 65.1 69.3 62.8 67.7 62.6 61.0

W-L 24-9 23-11 23-12 21-12 19-12 14-15 12-19 10-20 8-21 7-23 7-24

SOCON AWARDS All-Southern Conference (Coaches’ selections) Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State Tonia Gerty, College of Charleston Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Alex Thompson, Davidson Ali Ford, Elon Lee Stephens, Furman Savannah Hill, Samford Emily London, Samford Emily Clarke, Western Carolina

Second Team Ashlen Dewart, Appalachian State Anna Freeman, Appalachian State Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State Alex Thompson, Davidson Savannah Hill, Samford Player of the Year: Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Freshman of the Year: Ali Ford, Elon Coach of the Year: Darcie Vincent, Appalachian State

2009-10 Players of the Week

All-Freshman Team Ashlen Dewart, Appalachian State Anna Freeman, Appalachian Sate Kayla Christopher, Chattanooga Sophia Aleksandravicius, Davidson Ali Ford, Elon Player of the Year: Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Defensive Player of the Year: Tonia Gerty, College of Charleston Coach of the Year: Darcie Vincent, Appalachian State Freshman of the Year: Ali Ford, Elon Ann Lashley Inspiration Award: Megan Wilderotter, Samford

All-Southern Conference (Media Association selections) First Team Tonia Gerty, College of Charleston Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Ali Ford, Elon Emily London, Samford

Nov. 17 – Savannah Hill, Samford Nov. 24 – Deidra Jones, College of Charleston Dec. 1 – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Dec. 8 – J’Lisia Ogburn, Georgia Southern Dec. 15 – Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Dec. 22 – Ashlen Dewart, Appalachian State Jan. 5 – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Jan. 12 – Emily London, Samford Jan. 19 – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Jan. 26 – Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Feb. 2 – Michelle Davis, Chattanooga Feb. 9 – Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State Feb. 16 – Monica Maxwell, Samford Feb. 23 – Savannah Hill, Samford March 2 – Amanda Leigh, UNCG

2009-10 Players of the Month November – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga December – Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga January – Emily London, Samford February – Sam Ramirez, Appalachian State

POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS NCAA tournament (Tempe, Ariz.) Sunday, March 20 - First round #4 Oklahoma State 70, #13 Chattanooga 63

WNIT (campus sites)

Women’s Basketball Invitational (campus sites)

Wednesday, March 17 - First round (Morehead, Ky.) College of Charleston 67, Morehead State 59

Thursday, March 18 - First round (Birmingham, Ala.) Samford 66, Ole Miss 65

Thursday, March 18 - First round (Charleston, S.C.) Appalachian State 62, Charleston Southern 47

Sunday, March 21 - Second round (Springfield, Mo.) Missouri State 75, Samford 54

Sunday, March 21 - Second round College of Charleston 76, Bradley 66 (Charleston, S.C.) Appalachian State 59, Fairfield 36 (Boone, N.C.)

Overall Pct .727 .676 .657 .636 .613 .483 .387 .333 .276 .233 .226

Home 12-2 9-3 11-6 12-3 8-5 8-4 5-9 6-7 6-6 5-7 3-10

Away 8-7 9-7 10-5 8-7 10-5 6-8 6-9 3-12 2-14 2-13 3-13

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

PF 67.2 63.3 66.7 63.0 59.4 66.2 64.5 58.3 60.7 58.8 55.8

PA 61.9 58.1 62.6 60.9 56.5 66.2 65.9 64.7 69.4 64.0 63.3

SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP 2010 SoCon Championship (Charlotte, N.C.)

Thursday, March 4 - First round Bojangles Coliseum Game 1: (10) Elon 67, (7) Wofford 53 Game 2: (9) UNCG 57, (8) Western Carolina 55 Game 3: (11) Furman 73, (6) Davidson 67 Friday, March 5 - Quarterfinals Bojangles Coliseum (2) Samford 57, (10) Elon 38 (1) Chattanooga 82, (9) UNCG 64 Saturday, March 6 - Quarterfinals Bojangles Coliseum (5) Georgia Southern 57, (4) College of Charleston 56 (3) Appalachian State 71, (11) Furman 53 Sunday, March 7 - Semifinals Time Warner Cable Arena (1) Chattanooga 60, (5) Georgia Southern 49 (2) Samford 66, (3) Appalachian State 53 Monday, March 8 - Championship Time Warner Cable Arena (1) Chattanooga 72, (2) Samford 67 All-Tournament Team First Team Kayla Christopher, Chattanooga Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga Savannah Hill, Samford Emily London, Samford Monica Maxwell, Samford Second Team Anna Freeman, Appalachian State TC Weldon, Appalachian State Michelle Davis, Chattanooga Jenaya Wade-Fray, Chattanooga Lakiah Hyson, UNCG Most Outstanding Player: Shanara Hollinquest, Chattanooga

Thursday, March 25 - Semifinal (Boone, N.C.) Appalachian State 77, College of Charleston 58 Sunday, March 28 - Final (Boone, N.C.) Appalachian State 79, Memphis 71

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A WINNING TRADITION AT UNCG

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NCG’s women’s basketball has witnessed tremendous growth and success over its 40 seasons of modern, five-player rule competition. The team originated in 1963 under coach Ellen Griffin using six-player rules. Dr. June Galloway took over the squad in 1965 and directed it into the five-player rule era, beginning in 1969-70. The team enjoyed a 9-2 record, including five wins in Coleman Gymnasium, in the first five-player-rule season. Galloway led the Spartans to a fourth-place finish at the National Invitational Women’s Intercollegiate Tournament in Cullowhee, N.C., in 1970-71. A year later, UNCG won 17 games and captured the North Carolina Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) title in the program’s initial season of AIAW affiliation.

Lynne Agee took over in 1981-82 after Robin Joseph’s one-year stint as head coach and pr omptly led the Spartans to a record of 25-3, which ended with a runner-up finish in the inaugural NCAA Division III Championship at Elizabethtown (Pa.). Carol Peschel, a former player under Agee at Roanoke

The 1970-71 team was the first to record 10 wins in a season, including a pair against North Carolina.

In keeping with its tradition as a pacesetter, the university decided to make the unprecedented competitive shift in its athletic status, from NCAA Division III to Division I. The move was accomplished over a five-year period beginning with the decision in February 1987. UNCG’s move to Division I included a three-year stint in Division II. In the Spartans’ first year at the Division II level, Angie Polk earned first-team AllAmerica honors. She would later go on to have her jersey retired, becoming the first female basketball player at UNCG to receive the honor. In 1990-91, Agee guided the

Spartans to the NCAA Division II regional final and their eighth national tournament appearance since 1982. The Spartans arrived on the Division I scene in 1991-92 and posted a 21-6 record. The following year, the team joined the Big South Conference and began a string of winning five straight regularseason titles. During that time, UNCG advanced to the conference tournament final four times. The Spartans finished their run in the Big South with a 75-17 record in conference play. Eight players were named All-Big South, including Vickie Henson, the 1992-93 Player of the Year.

Angie Polk (1985-89) was the first female basketball player to have her jersey retired at UNCG. She was an All-American for coach Lynne Agee (left) in 1987-88.

Marilyn Gibbs took over for Dr. Galloway in 1972 and coached the team through the 1975-76 campaign. The Spartans hosted the NCAIAW Tournament in 1973-74 and placed third. The program endured tough times from 1975-79, winning 13 games under three head coaches as UNCG remained non-scholarship while other institutions developed scholarship programs. Ditty Speeler, who endured a 1-20 campaign in 1978-79, helped turn things around the following year before resigning midway through the season after seeing the Spartans off to a 6-2 start. Jim Swiggett, a former UNCG men’s basketball coach, took over and guided the program to its first 20-win season as it won 14 of the last 17 games of the year, including a 12-1 mark against NCAIAW Division III opponents.

her coach to Greensboro and became the university’s first female All-America performer in 1981-82. Wendy Engelmann and Renee Coltrane followed suit by claiming thirdteam All-America honors a year later. The 1981-82 season triggered a run of seven consecutive 20-win campaigns, during which UNCG compiled an 85-7 record against Dixie Conference competition and won five conference titles. The Spartans posted the lone unbeaten home record (11-0) in the team’s history during the 1987-88 season and advanced to the NCAAs for the seventh straight season, finishing third nationally. UNCG was one of only 10 NCAA women’s basketball teams (all divisions) to compete in the first seven NCAA Championships, from 1982-88.

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Lynne Agee celebrates her 100th win following a 73-64 victory over Christopher Newport in 1985-86.

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In 1997-98, UNCG began play in the Southern Conference and captured the tournament championship. The Spartans made their first NCAA Division I tournament appearance and ninth trip overall to the NCAAs. Agee’s team went 21-9 and earned her 400th career victory that same season. The Spartans took the 1998-99 Southern Conference regular-season title, finishing 20-8 overall and 14-4 in league play. Melinda Goodson scored her 1,000th career point, becoming the fastest UNCG player to accomplish that feat. In the 1999-00 season, UNCG became just the second program in North Carolina to reach the 500win plateau with a 77-71 victory at Appalachian State on Feb. 5. UNCG finished the season with an 18-11 mark, 11-7 in the conference, and reached the SoCon tournament final as the fourth seed in the tournament. ChoRhonda Gwaltney was named AllSoCon and was also named to the AllTournament Team, along with Samika Foster and Brianne Dodgen, who took home Tournament MVP honors. The Spartans set a new Division I record for wins in 2000-01 with its 22-8 record. UNCG advanced to the SoCon Championship title game for the second straight season, falling by one point to Chattanooga. The Spartans had the tournament MVP for the second

straight year in Gwaltney, while Dodgen, Foster and Sandi Reid were second team All-SoCon Tournament selections. Dodgen and Gwaltney also earned allconference honors. In 2001-02, the Spartans went 21-10 (14-4 SoCon) and claimed a share of the SoCon regular-season championship and advanced to the WNIT for the first time in school history. The Spartans defeated College of Charleston, 77-51, and Furman, 71-62, en route to a third straight championship game appearance but fell just short of the tournament title, losing to Chattanooga for the second straight season. UNCG took on a strong Virginia Tech squad in the WNIT. The Spartans lost to the Hokies, 51-46, in a close openinground match. Despite missing the 20-win plateau in 2002-03 for the first time in three season, the Spartans managed to put together a 14-13 overall mark, which included a 10-8 showing in Southern Conference play. Their season mark extended UNCG’s streak to 22 consecutive winning seasons, which began in Lynne Agee’s first year at UNCG. The winning season streak came to a halt in 2003-04, as the Spartans battled through injuries and a rigorous schedule to produce a 9-19 record. Despite the record, the Spartans remained tough in SoCon play, especially at home where they posted a 7-3 showing. The 200304 season was highlighted by a 63-30 win over Furman on Jan. 3, 2004, giving career victor y. Entering the 2010-11 season, 23 active coaches to produce 500 shy of becoming

Jasmine Byrd, a 2007 UNCG graduate, is one of three Spartan alumnae to play professionally overseas in the last few years.

600. Jacinda Lambert led the Spartans in scoring for three consecutive years and finished her career in 200304 with 1,227 points, the eighth best total

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During the 2005-06 season UNCG picked up a win over ACC opponent Wake Forest.

The 2004-05 season saw Kristen Boone lead the country in steals and become the first player in program histor y to be named conference Freshman of the Year. The 2005-06 season was a lackluster beginning for UNCG after starting the year without Boone, who sat out the first four games of the season with a preseason injury. She made a triumphant return against West Virginia and orchestrated a win for the ages, 72-70, over the Mountaineers for the Spartans’ first ever win over a team from the BIG EAST Conference. Only 11 days later, UNCG made the short trip down I-40 to play Wake Forest and once again the Spartans were up to the task. They pulled off an impressive 70-64 victory at Lawrence Joel Coliseum for their first win over the Demon Deacons since 1977. UNCG earned the second seed in the SoCon tournament and cruised into the finals with wins over Georgia Southern and Davidson, which set up a meeting with top-seeded Chattanooga for the fourth time in the conference finale. The Spartans ultimately fell 91-79, but order was restored as the Spartans once again found themselves among the elite teams in their conference – a place with which this proud program has became all too familiar over the years. Boone was named a first-team All-SoCon performer in leading the Spartans to an 18-12 overall record and a 12-6 slate in the conference. For their efforts in the SoCon tourament, Boone, Irene Otamiri and KaLeah Latham were selected to the All-Tournament Team. The 2006-07 squad posted a 20win season for the first time since the 2001-02 season and saw standout Boone become UNCG’s all-time steals leader with 315 steals while senior guard Jasmine Byrd recorded her 1,000th point as a Spartan. Both Boone

andd B Byrdd earnedd al all all-conference ll conference f hhonors for the second consecutive year. Agee also picked up her 500th win on the UNCG sidelines and earned her 550th career win during the season. The 2008-09 season saw another first, as Monique Floyd was honored as the Southern Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year. The award was the first of its kind for UNCG. The Spartans also honored one of the most decorated players in the history of the women’ s program. On Feb. 10, 2007, Goodson (1996-00) had her jersey retired, becoming just the second female and the fourth player in school history to earn the prestigious honor. Goodson joined Polk (198589) as the only two female basketball players in school history with their jerseys retired. Boone (2004-09) and Rita Wiggs (1971-75) had their numbers honored with banners hanging from the rafters at the north end of Fleming Gym. In recent years, UNCG has also produced several professional players. Jacinda Lambert, a 2004 graduate, played professionally in Luxembourg and England, while 2009 graduate Gini Grimsley played in Germany and Spain. In addition, 2007 graduate Jasmine Byrd is currently playing in Germany, beginning her first season of professional ball in the fall of 2010.

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UNCG IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT 1981-82 – Inaugural NCAA Division III tournament 25-3, 12-0 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC regular-season, tournament champions NCAA tournament championship game

1984-85 21-7, 10-2 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC regular-season, tournament champions NCAA tournament South Regional

he 1981-82 season began a string of seven straight NCAA appearances for UNCG and saw the Spartans earn a place in Division III history by playing in the championship game of the inaugural DIII tournament. UNCG rallied from nine points down at halftime to force overtime against Elizabethtown (Pa.) in the title game, but came up just a point short in the 67-66 loss.

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1984-85 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location March 1 vs. LeMoyne-Owen Holly Springs, Miss. March 2 at Rust Holly Springs, Miss.

1981-82 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location March 4 St. Andrews Greensboro, N.C. March 14 Susquehanna Greensboro, N.C. March 19 vs. Pomona-Pitzer Elizabethtown, Pa. March 20 at Elizabethtown Elizabethtown, Pa.

1985-86 24-4, 14-0 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC regular-season champions NCAA tournament South Regional

Result W, 74-67 W, 74-66 W, 77-66 L, 66-67 (OT)

1985-86 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location Feb. 28 at Virginia Wesleyan Norfolk, Va. March 1 vs. Rust Norfolk, Va.

Result W, 84-77 L, 66-70

Result W, 84-75 L, 61-99

1986-87 27-3, 14-0 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC regular-season, tournament champions NCAA tournament South Regional

The 1981-82 UNCG women’s basketball team was enshrined in the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007.

1982-83 21-7, 11-1 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC regular-season, tournament champions NCAA tournament South Regional 1982-83 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location March 3 Knoxville Greensboro, N.C. March 4 Rust Greensboro, N.C.

Result L, 71-74 W, 68-61

1986-87 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location March 6 vs. Centre Holly Springs, Miss. March 7 vs. Buffalo State Holly Springs, Miss.

Result L, 69-79 W, 83-74

1987-88 26-7, 13-1 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC regular-season, tournament champions NCAA tournament Final Four 1987-88 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location March 2 at Centre Danville, Ky. March 3 vs. Rust Danville, Ky. March 11 at Luther Decorah, Iowa March 18 at Concordia (Minn.) Morehead, Minn. March 19 vs. Southern Maine Morehead, Minn.

Result W, 81-77 W, 66-64 W, 55-52 L, 66-103 W, 68-66

1983-84 22-7, 11-3 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC tournament champions NCAA tournament South Regional

1990-91 – NCAA Division II tournament 21-9 NCAA South Atlantic Regional

1983-84 NCAA Div. III tournament Date Opponent Location March 2 Knoxville Holly Springs, Miss. March 3 Virginia Wesleyan Holly Springs, Miss.

n the midst of UNCG’s transition from Division III to Division I, the Spartans spent three years at the Division II level. Playing without a conference, UNCG had to earn an at-large bid to get into the NCAA tournament, and did so in 1990-91 on the strength of a 20-8 record in the regular season.

Result L, 74-82 W, 70-69

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1990-91 NCAA Div. II tournament Date Opponent Location March 7 vs. Hampton Norfolk, Va. March 8 at Norfolk State Norfolk, Va.

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Result W, 72-63 L, 62-72

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UNCG IN THE DIV. I NCAA TOURNAMENT 1997-98 21-9, 12-4 Southern Conference Southern Conference tournament champions NCAA tournament first round

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uring the 1997-98 season, UNCG, The Spartans were led on which was picked fourth in the the season by a pair of AllSouthern Conference preseason SoCon first team selections poll, wasted no time in proving to the rest in senior post player s of the league that the Spartans were a Brediger and Viverette. Both force to be reckoned with. In its first year players became members as a member of the SoCon, UNCG carried of the 1,000-point club an eight-game winning streak into the during the season, with 1998 SoCon tournament. The Spartans Brediger scoring 15.7 ppg then handily defeated Western Carolina, and Viverette adding 15.4 1997-98 UNCG roster 86-54, before slipping past Davidson, ppg. 78-75 to reach the title game. No. Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Hometown There, UNCG faced top-seeded 00 Annika Jordan Fr. G 5-6 Lynchburg, Va. Georgia Southern. The Eagles and 3 ChoRhonda Gwaltney Fr. G 5-6 Dudley, N.C. Spartans had split two meetings that 10 Sadie Ochs Sr. G 5-8 Garden City, Kan. season. UNCG shot just 24 percent 11 Rebecca Viverette Sr. F 6-0 Wilson, N.C. from the floor in the first-half and 14 Sam Ferguson Jr. G 5-6 Collinsville, Va. 15 Katrina Smith So. G 5-9 Morehead City, N.C. trailed at the break, 32-24. However, 21 Jennifer Lewis Sr. G 5-10 Newport, N.C. Rebecca Viverette poured in 18 25 Nicky Armstrong Fr. G 5-6 Lincoln, Pa. second-half points and the Spartans 30 Natalie Kreter So. F 6-1 Jenkintown, Pa. shot 61 percent from the field to get 42 Melinda Goodson So. G 5-8 Roxboro, N.C. past Georgia Southern, 75-69. 43 Belinda Goodson So. G 5-7 Roxboro, N.C. The victory ensured UNCG’s 44 Biz Brediger Sr. C 6-2 Massillon, Ohio first-ever appearance into the NCAA 50 Amber West Sr. C 6-2 Galesburg, Ill. Division I tournament. 55 Katie DelCampo Fr. F 6-0 Rehoboth Beach, Del. The 15th-seeded Spartans faced No. 2 seed Alabama in the first round Head coach: Lynne Agee of the NCAA tournament, falling to Assistant coaches: Carol Peschel, Barry Street, Serena King the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa, Ala., 94-46. 1998 NCAA tournament first round Senior Biz Brediger posted the Midwest Region game’s only double-double with Alabama 94, UNCG 46 13 points and a game-high 14 rebounds, while sophomore Melinda Rebecca Viverette led UNCG to its first-ever March 13, 1998, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Goodson was also in double figures NCAA Division I tournament berth during the with 10 points. 1997-98 season. UNCG (46) Name Rebecca Viverette Jennifer Lewis Biz Brediger Sadie Ochs Katrina Smith ChoRhonda Gwaltney Sam Ferguson Melinda Goodson Katrina DelCampo Amber West Totals:

FG-A 3-19 1-1 6-18 2-4 1-5 1-8 1-7 4-8 0-2 0-1 19-73

FT-A 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 5-8

RB 5 1 14 2 5 5 3 5 3 1 46

PF 2 2 2 1 2 3 0 3 0 0 15

TP 9 2 13 6 2 2 2 10 2 0 46

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

TO 2 1 2 4 3 1 0 3 0 0 16

BK 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

S 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 7

Min. 30 10 37 21 36 21 11 28 3 3 200

Alabama (94) Name LaToya Caudle Tausha Mills Dominique Canty Brittney Ezell Leah Goss Nicole Carruth Becky Blesch Reagan Croyle Kari Belcher Pam Duncan Joni Crenshaw Kidada Holtzclaw Totals:

FG-A 2-7 4-13 10-14 1-5 5-8 5-8 0-0 1-2 0-0 5-7 0-3 1-4 34-71

FT-A 0-0 0-0 5-6 0-0 0-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 4-4 0-0 2-4 14-16

RB 7 7 5 3 7 3 0 0 0 6 2 2 42

PF 1 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 11

TP 4 8 25 2 13 16 0 2 1 15 0 4 94

A 0 0 3 10 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 20

TO 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 8

BK 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 8

S Min. 1 13 0 16 4 27 3 34 1 27 0 14 1 4 0 4 0 3 0 17 0 13 1 14 11 200

Halftime: Alabama 44, UNCG 23 3-pointers: UNCG 3-24 (Viverette 1-7, Ochs 2-3, Gwaltney 0-4, Ferguson 0-5, Brediger 0-1, DelCampo 0-2, M. Goodson 0-1, Smith 0-1) Alabama 8-18 (Canty 0-1, Ezell 0-3, Goss 3-4, Carruth 4-6, Duncan 1-3, Holtzclaw 0-1) Attendance: 3,050

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UNCG IN THE SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP UNCG SoCon Championship record Appearances Record UNCG 13 15-12

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All-time results 1998 (Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, N.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 86, Western Carolina 54 Semifinals: UNCG 78, Davidson 75 Championship: UNCG 75, Georgia Southern 68 1999 (Greensboro Coliseum • Greensboro, N.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 95, Wofford 58 Semifinals: Davidson 92, UNCG 91 2000 (Bi-Lo Center • Greenville, S.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 92, Appalachian State 75 Semifinals: UNCG 73, Chattanooga 67 Championship: Furman 68, UNCG 49

Top individual performances Points 1. Melinda Goodson (vs. Davidson, Feb. 27, 1999) ...................................................... ......................................................33 33 Brianne Dodgen (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000)......................................... .........................................33 33 3. Brianne Dodgen (vs. Chattanooga, March 4, 2000) ................................................. .................................................32 32 4. Melinda Goodson (vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999) ........................................................ ........................................................26 26 5. Melinda Goodson (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998) ...................................................... ......................................................23 23 6. Samika Foster (vs. Chattanooga, March 4, 2000) .................................................... ....................................................21 21 7. Irene Otamiri (vs. Chattanooga, March 5, 2006) ...................................................... ......................................................20 20 Lakiah Hyson (vs. Western Carolina, March 4, 2010)................................................ ................................................20 20 9. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Davidson, Feb. 27, 1999) ................................................ ................................................19 19 10. Rebecca Viverette (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 1998) ........................................ ........................................18 18 Biz Brediger (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 1998) ................................................. .................................................18 18 ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000) 2000)................................. .................................18 18 Samika Foster (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000)............................................ 2000)............................................18 18 Gini Grimsley (vs. Wofford, March 5, 2009) .............................................................. ..............................................................18 18 Rebounds 1. Melinda Goodson (vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 27, 1998) .......................................... ..........................................13 13 Sandi Reid (vs. Furman, March 5, 2000) .................................................................. ..................................................................13 13 3. Melinda Goodson (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998) ...................................................... ......................................................11 11 Biz Brediger (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998)............................................................... ...............................................................11 11 Sandi Reid (vs. College of Charleston, March 1, 2002)............................................. .............................................11 11 Jacinda Lambert (vs. Furman, March 6, 2003) ......................................................... .........................................................11 11 7. Rebecca Viverette (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 1998) .......................................... ..........................................99 Katrina Smith (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000)............................................... 2000)...............................................99 Brianne Dodgen (vs. Chattanooga, March 4, 2000) ................................................... ...................................................99 ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2001) .................................... ....................................99 Sandi Reid (vs. Furman, March 2, 2002) .................................................................... ....................................................................99 KaLeah Latham (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2005) ............................................. .............................................99 KaLeah Latham (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 2007) ............................................. .............................................99 Brittany Frazier (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 2007) .............................................. ..............................................99

2001 (Bi-Lo Center • Greenville, S.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 85, East Tennessee State 53 Semifinals: UNCG 70, Georgia Southern 66 Championship: Chattanooga 64, UNCG 63 2002 (North Charleston Coliseum • North Charleston, S.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 77, College of Charleston 51 Semifinals: UNCG 71, Furman 62 Championship: Chattanooga 77, UNCG 69 2003 (North Charleston Coliseum • North Charleston, S.C.) First Round: Furman 65, UNCG 51 2004 (McCalister Fieldhouse • Charleston, S.C.) First Round: College of Charleston 59, UNCG 50 2005 (Maclellan Gymnasium • Chattanooga, Tenn.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: Georgia Southern 55, UNCG 48 2006 (McCalister Fieldhouse/North Charleston Coliseum • North Charleston, S.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: UNCG 68, Georgia Southern 56 Semifinals: UNCG 69, Davidson 58 Championship: Chattanooga 91, UNCG 79 2007 (North Charleston Coliseum • North Charleston, S.C.) First Round: UNCG received bye Quarterfinals: Georgia Southern 84, UNCG 61 2008 (North Charleston Coliseum • North Charleston, S.C.) First Round: UNCG 62, Appalachian State 44 Quarterfinals: Chattanooga 78, UNCG 33 2009 (The McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, Tenn.) First Round: UNCG 83, Wofford 64 Quarterfinals: Samford 58, UNCG 49

Assists 1. Samika Foster (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000).............................................. 2000)..............................................99 2. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Davidson, Feb. 27, 1999) .................................................. ..................................................88 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999) .................................................... ....................................................77 ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2001) .................................... ....................................77 5. Samika Foster (vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999) ............................................................... ...............................................................66 Samika Foster (vs. Furman, March 5, 2000)............................................................... 2000)...............................................................66 Kristen Boone (vs. Davidson, March 4, 2006) ............................................................ ............................................................66 Lakiah Hyson (vs. Appalachian State, March 6, 2008) ............................................... ...............................................66 9. Katrina Smith (vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 27, 1998) .................................................. ..................................................55 Katrina Smith (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998) .............................................................. ..............................................................55 ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000) 2000)................................... ...................................55 Kristen Boone (vs. Chattanooga, March 5, 2006) 2006)....................................................... .......................................................55 Monique Floyd (vs. Samford, March 6, 2009) ............................................................ ............................................................55 Monique Floyd (vs. Western Carolina, March 4, 2010) 2010)................................................ ................................................55 Blocked shots 1. Agne Girstautaite (vs. Western Carolina, March 4, 2010) ........................................... ...........................................55 2. Sandi Reid (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2001)..................................................... .....................................................44 3. Rebecca Viverette (vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 27, 1998) 1998)............................................ ............................................22 Rebecca Viverette (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998)........................................................ ........................................................22 Biz Brediger (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 1998) ................................................... ...................................................22 Sandi Reid (vs. Furman, March 5, 2000) .................................................................... ....................................................................22 Jennifer Hart (vs. East Tennessee State, March 2, 2001) ............................................ ............................................22 Kellen Law (vs. Furman, March 6, 2003) .................................................................... ....................................................................22 Meghan Chamberlain (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2006) .................................... ....................................22 Brittany Frazier (vs. Chattanooga, March 7, 2008) ..................................................... .....................................................22 Kendra Smith (vs. Samford, March 6, 2009) .............................................................. ..............................................................22

2010 (Bojangles’ Coliseum • Charlotte, N.C.) First Round: UNCG 57, Western Carolina 55 Quarterfinals: Chattanooga 82, UNCG 64 Record vs. opponents in SoCon tournament Appalachian State 2-0 Furman Chattanooga 1-5 Georgia Southern College of Charleston 1-1 Samford Davidson 2-1 Western Carolina East Tennessee State 1-0 Wofford (former member)

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

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SUMMARY UNCG has competed at the Division I level since the 1991-92 season. Records from that time are designated in italics. GAMES PLAYED Season: 33, six players (1988) 31, six playes (2009) 31, five players (2008) 31, seven players (2002) 31, eight players (1995) Career:

122, Natalie Connor, 1982-87 120, Gini Grimsley, 2005-09

FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 18, Anna Parker vs. Wake Forest, 2/12/79 14, Biz Brediger at Furman, 2/10/98 Season:

230, Angie Polk, 1988 199, Vickie Henson, 1993

Career:

667, Angie Polk, 1985-89 536, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 30, Jody Mangus vs. Bennett, 2/14/81 30, Wendy Engelmann vs. Buff. St., 11/17/84 24, Jacinda Lambert at Elon, 1/5/04 Season:

472, Wendy Englemann, 1985 392, Jasmine Byrd, 2007

Career:

1,313, Wendy Engelmann, 1981-85 1,309, Jasmine Byrd, 2003-07

FFREE R THROWS MADE Game: G 15, Melinda Goodson vs Davidson, 2/27/99 Season: S

138, Melinda Goodson, 1999

.649 (122-188), Jana Henderson, 1992

Career:

.596 (295-495), Jana Henderson, 1988-92 .588 (386-656), Vickie Henson, 1992-93

1,585, Angie Polk, 1985-89 1,464, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00

SCORING AVERAGE S Season: S 21.84 ppg, Rita Wiggs, 1975

385, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00 FFREE R THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: G 19, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell, 12/30/97 Season: S

194, Melinda Goodson, 1997 568, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00

FFREE R THROW PERCENTAGE 1.000 (14-14), Amanda Eaton vs. College of Charleston, 2/9/04

.897 (52-58), Kemena Brooks, 2008

18.45 ppg, Rita Wiggs, 1971-75 16.67 ppg, Vickie Henson, 1993-94 REBOUNDS R Game: G 25, Renee Coltrane vs. Christopher Newport, 2/8/85 19, Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina, 12/31/94 19, Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville, 1/17/96 Season: S

379, Renee Coltrane, 1985 256, Julie Moore, 1995

Career: C

1,211, Renee Coltrane, 1981-85 799, Julie Moore, 1992-96

.810 (102-126), Serena King, 1993-96 38, Anna Parker vs. Wake Forest, 2/12/79 Season: S

554, Angie Polk, 1988 497, Melinda Goodson, 1999

REBOUNDING AVERAGE R Season: S 13.5 rpg, Renee Coltrane, 1985 10.72, Renee Coltrane, 1981-85 7.38, Melinda Goodson, 1997-00

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (11-11), Melinda Goodson vs. Wofford, 2/26/99 Season:

Career: C

Game: G

13, Brenda Tolbert vs. St. Andrews, 2/14/84 12, Jo Zerger vs. Winthrop, 2/17/93

Season: S

170, Wendy Engelmann, 1984 148, Jai Cole, 1995

Career: C

574, Wendy Engelmann, 1981-85 444, Samika Foster, 1998-02 12, Ruby Smith at Greensboro, 12/9/86 11, Kristen Boone vs. UNC Wilmington 11/12/06

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 7, Mickey Haywood at Campbell, 2/13/93 Season:

77, Jasmine Byrd, 2007

Season: S

121, Kristen Boone, 2005

Career:

193, Jasmine Byrd, 2003-07

C Career:

315, Kristen Boone, 2004-09

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 15, Sam Ferguson at Chas. So., 1/27/96

BLOCKS B

7, Rebecca Viverette vs. Wofford, 2/16/98

Season:

208, Jasmine Byrd, 2007

53, Agne Girstautaite, 2009

Career:

677, Jasmine Byrd, 2003-07

121, Rebecca Viverette, 1994-98

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (5-5), Sadie Ochs vs. Liberty, 1/28/97 7 (min. 4 att.) 1.000 (5-5), Amanda Eaton at Wofford, 12/30/04 1.000 (4-4), Gini Grimsley, College of Charleston, 12/6/08 Season:

.549 (28-51), Gail White, 1991 .448 (26-58), Brianna Dodgen, 2000

Career:

.387 (41-106), Jacinda Lambert, 2000-04

DOUBLE-DOUBLES D 9, Melinda Goodson, 1997

24, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00

Angie Polk

Angie Polk is UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points and is the Spartans’ single-season leading scorer with 554 in 1988.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED 1. Natalie Connor (1982-87) .............................................. 122 2 2. Gini Grimsley (2005-09) ................................................. 120 0 3. Julia Weaver (1984-88) ................................................... ...................................................119 9 4. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).............................................. ..............................................118 8 Samika Foster (1998-02) ................................................ ................................................118 8 6. Jasmine Dixon (2004-08) ................................................ ................................................117 7 Cheryl Carter (1984-88) .................................................. ..................................................117 7 Biz Brediger (1994-98) .................................................... ....................................................117 7 9. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ...................................... ......................................116 6 Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) ............................................. .............................................116 6 Jasmine Byrd (2003-07) .................................................. ..................................................116 6 12. Angie Polk (1985-89) ...................................................... ......................................................115 5 Kathleen Tompkins (1985-89) ......................................... .........................................115 5 Sadie Ochs (1994-98) ..................................................... .....................................................115 5 Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ........................................... ...........................................115 5

Brianne Dodgen

Brianne Dodgen appears in several of UNCG’s career lists. She is third in career scoring, sixth in rebounding, second in free throws made and seventh in steals. Dodgen is also fourth in games played and appears in several other categories.

GAMES PLAYED - Div. I 1. Gini Grimsley (2005-09) ................................................. 120 0 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).............................................. ..............................................118 8 Samika Foster (1998-02) ................................................ ................................................118 8 4. Biz Brediger (1994-98) .................................................... ....................................................117 7 Jasmine Dixon (2004-08) ................................................ ................................................117 7 6. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ...................................... ......................................116 6 Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) ............................................. .............................................116 6 Jasmine Byrd (2003-07) .................................................. ..................................................116 6 ALL-TIME 1,000-POINT SCORERS 1. Angie Polk (1985-89) .................................................. 2. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ....................................... 3. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)........................................... 4. Renee Coltrane (1981-85) ............................................ 5. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85) ...................................... 6. Rita Wiggs (1971-75) ................................................... 7. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) .................................. 8. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07) .............................................. 9. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) .......................................... 10. Alisa Moore (1992-96) ................................................ 11. Natalie Connor (1982-87) ............................................ 12. Samika Foster (1998-02) ............................................. 13. Jody Mangus (1979-83) ................................................ 14. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84) ....................................... 15. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ........................................ Cathy Strange (1974-78) .............................................. 17. Ruby Smith (1983-87) .................................................. 18. Julie Moore (1992-96) ................................................. 19. Biz Brediger (1994-98) ................................................. 20. Julie Bright (1988-92) ................................................. 1,036 6 21. Marie Cawley (1979-83) ............................................... ...............................................1,021 1 TOP 10 ALL-TIME LEADING SCORERS - Div. I 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ....................................... 1,464 4 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)........................................... 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) .................................. 4. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07) .............................................. 5. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) .......................................... 6. Alisa Moore (1992-96) ................................................ 7. Samika Foster (1998-02) ............................................. 8. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ........................................ 9. Julie Moore (1992-96) ................................................. 1,099 9 10. Biz Brediger (1994-98) ................................................. .................................................1,097 7 SCORING AVERAGE 1. Rita Wiggs (1971-75) .................................................. 2. Vickie Henson (1992-94) ............................................. 3. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ........................................ 4. Jody Mangus (1979-83) ............................................... 5. Angie Polk (1985-89) .................................................. 6. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84) ...................................... 7. Gail White (1990-92)................................................... 8. Renee Coltrane (1981-85) ............................................ 9. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85) ....................................... .......................................12.11 1 10. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).......................................... 12.01 1

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............................................. 16.67 7 Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ........................................ ........................................15.57 7 ................................................... 12.79 9 .......................................... 12.01 1 .............................................. ..............................................11.00 0

..................................................... Wendy Engelmann (1981-85) .......................................... .............................................. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) .......................................... ............................................... .................................................. ............................................. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84) ......................................... .................................................... .............................................

Melinda Goodson (1996-00) .......................................... ............................................. ............................................. .................................................... ...................................................

Wendy Engelmann (1981-85) ....................................... .......................................1,313 3 .............................................. 1,309 9 .................................................. 1,269 9 ............................................ ............................................1,148 8 ................................................ ................................................1,123 3 ........................................... ...........................................1,122 2 ......................................... 1,088 8 ............................................... ...............................................1,070 0 Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ....................................... 1,026 6 ............................................ 1,022 2

.............................................. 1,309 9 ........................................... ...........................................1,122 2 ......................................... 1,088 8

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Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ....................................... 1,026 ............................................ 1,022

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Jana Henderson (1988-92) ........................... .596 (295-495) .............................. .588 (386-656) ............................ .587 (118-201) ................................. .584 (475-814) .................................. .568 (350-616) Michelle Blazevich (1981-84) ....................... .542 (494-912) ............................... .542 (295-544) ................................... .541 (438-809) ................................ .535 (239-447) ......................... .534 (536-1,003)

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FFG G PERCENTAGE (min. 100 FGM) - Div. I .............................. .588 (386-656) ................................. .584 (475-814) ................................... .541 (438-809) ................................ .535 (239-447) ................................. .524 (442-844)

.................................................. ..................................................193 193 ................................................ ................................................169 169 ................................................ ................................................135 135 4.. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 123 4 .................................................. ..................................................115 115 6.. Amanda Leigh (2007-present) .................................... 112 6 .................................................. ..................................................96 96 ....................................................... .......................................................87 87 9.. Belinda Goodson (1996-00) .............................................. 9 ..............................................83 83 ....................................................... .......................................................81 81 ............................................................. .............................................................78 78 12 12. 1 2 Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)................................................ ................................................76 76 3-POINT 33 FIELD GOALS MADE - Div. I .................................................. ..................................................193 193 ................................................ ................................................169 169 ................................................ ................................................135 135 4.. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 123 4 .................................................. ..................................................115 115

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07 ) ................................................. .................................................677 2. Amanda Eaton (2001-05) ................................................ ................................................517 3. Sam Ferguson (1995-98) ............................................... 446 4. Amanda Leigh (2007-present) .................................... 379 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ...................................... ......................................357 6. Gini Grimsley (2005-09) ................................................. 355 7. Samika Foster (1998-02) ............................................... 308 8. Belinda Goodson (1996-00) ........................................... 260 9. Sadie Ochs (1994-98) ..................................................... .....................................................251 10. Beth Durrill (1987-91) ..................................................... .....................................................246 11. Jai Cole (1993-97).......................................................... 238 12. Katie DelCampo (1997-01) ............................................. 222 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - Div. I 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07 ) ................................................. .................................................677 2. Amanda Eaton (2001-05) ................................................ ................................................517 3. Sam Ferguson (1995-98) ............................................... 446 4. Amanda Leigh (2007-present) .................................... 379 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ...................................... ......................................357 6. Gini Grimsley (2005-09) ................................................. 355 7. Samika Foster (1998-02) ............................................... 308 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 100 3FGA) 1. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) ............................ 3. Micky Haywood (1989-93) .............................. 4. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) .......................... 5. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)............................. 6. Sadie Ochs (1994-98) .................................... 7. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ................... 8. Amanda Eaton (2001-05) .............................. 9. Beth Durrill (1987-91) .................................... 10. Stephanie Johnson (1987-90) ........................ 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 100 3FGA) - DI ERA 1. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) ............................ 2. Micky Haywood (1989-93) .............................. 3. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) .......................... 4. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)............................. 5. Sadie Ochs (1994-98) .................................... FREE THROWS MADE 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) .......................................... 385 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).............................................. ..............................................341 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 335 4. Kristen Boone (2004-09)................................................. .................................................313 5. Renee Coltrane (1981-85) .............................................. 302 6. Alisa Moore (1992-96) .................................................... ....................................................272 7. Angie Polk (1985-89) ..................................................... 250 Samika Foster (1998-02) ............................................... 250 9. Julie Moore (1992-96) ..................................................... .....................................................237 10. Sadie Ochs (1994-98) .................................................... 230 Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) ............................................ 230

................................. ............................. ................................... 4. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ........................ ........................... .......................... ........................... .............................. .............................. 10. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85) ....................... ............................

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8. FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED - Div. I 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) .......................................... 568 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)............................................. 468 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 460 4. Alisa Moore (1992-96) ................................................... 454 5. Kristen Boone (2004-09)................................................ 408

............................................ ............................................1,211 1 .................................................. 1,002 2 .................................................... .................................................... Melinda Goodson (1997-00) .......................................... .............................................. .................................................... Michelle Blazevich (1981-84) .......................................... ..................................................... ....................................................

.................................................... .................................................... Melinda Goodson (1997-00) .......................................... .............................................. .....................................................

................................................. ................................................ ................................................... ...................................................* 260 0 4. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ...................................... .................................................. ..................................................^ 230 0 .................................................. .................................................. 8. Stephanie Johnson (1987-90) ......................................... .............................................. 10. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) ........................................... ......................................................... .....................................................

FREE THROWS MADE - Div. I 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) .......................................... 385 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).............................................. ..............................................341 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 335 4. Kristen Boone (2004-09)................................................. .................................................313 5. Alisa Moore (1992-96) .................................................... ....................................................272

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00) .......................................... 568 2. Renee Coltrane (1981-85) .............................................. 536 3. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)............................................. 468 4. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 460 5. Alisa Moore (1992-96) ................................................... 454 6. Kristen Boone (2004-09)................................................ 408 7. Angie Polk (1985-89) ..................................................... 398 8. Julie Moore (1992-96) .................................................... 386 9. Samika Foster (1998-02) ............................................... 349 10. Biz Brediger (1994-98) ................................................... 335

................................. ............................. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ........................ ........................... .......................... ..............................

3.. 3

............................................... 444 ......................................................... .........................................................431 431 ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... 420 .......................................................... 367 ................................................. .................................................321 321

........................................... ...........................................121 121 ........................................... ...........................................108 108 3.. Meghan Chamberlain (2004-08 ) ...................................... 3 ......................................91 91 .................................................... ....................................................81 81 ........................................................ ........................................................73 73 ..................................................... .....................................................* * 69 ...................................................... ......................................................57 57 .................................................... ....................................................50 50 ................................................. .................................................47 47 ........................................................ ........................................................43 43 11. 11 1 1 Jacinda Lambert (2000-04) ............................................... ...............................................42 42 ................................................ ................................................33 33

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Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ........................................... ...........................................121 121 Agne Girstautaite (2006-10) ........................................... ...........................................108 108 Meghan Chamberlain (2004-08 ) ...................................... ......................................91 91 .................................................... ....................................................81 81 ........................................................ ........................................................73 73 ...................................................... ......................................................57 57 .................................................... ....................................................50 50

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Melinda Goodson (1997-2000) ......................................... .........................................24 24 ...................................................... ......................................................18 18 ....................................................... .......................................................16 16 Brianne Dodgen (1998-2002) ........................................... ...........................................13 13 ................................................ ................................................11 11 ..................................................... .....................................................8 8 ........................................................ ........................................................6 6 ..................................................... .....................................................6 6 Rebecca Viverette (1994-98) ............................................... ...............................................4 4 ....................................................... .......................................................4 4

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................................................. ................................................ ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ...................................... .................................................. .................................................. ..............................................

Wendy Engelmann (1981-85) .......................................... .................................................... ............................................... ......................................................... ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01) ..................................... ............................................... .......................................................... Stephanie Johnson (1987-90) ........................................ ................................................. .....................................................

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Amanda Eaton

Amanda Eaton finished her career second in UNCG history in 3-pointers and free throw percentage.

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INDIVIDUAL SEASONS RECORDS POINTS 1. Angie Polk (1987-88) ........................................ ........................................554 2. Melinda Goodson (1998-99) ............................. .............................497 3. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................... ...................................488 4. Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................480 5. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................... ...................................479 6. Carol Peschel (1981-82) ................................... ...................................478 7. Wendy Engelmann (1984-85) ............................ ............................472 8. Biz Brediger (1997-98) ...................................... ......................................470 9. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98) ............................. .............................463 10. Renee Coltrane (1984-85) ................................ ................................461 POINTS - DIV. I 1. Melinda Goodson (1998-99) ............................. .............................497 2. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................... ...................................488 3. Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................480 4. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................... ...................................479 5. Biz Brediger (1997-98) ...................................... ......................................470 SCORING AVERAGE (min. 15 games played) 1. Rita Wiggs (1974-75) ..................................... .....................................21.84 2. Anna Parker (1978-79) ................................... ...................................21.79 3. Cathy Strange (1976-77) ................................ ................................19.42 4. Jody Mangus (1979-80) .................................. ..................................18.86 5. Rita Wiggs (1973-74) ..................................... .....................................18.25 6. Melinda Goodson (1998-99) .......................... 17.75 7. Sandra Lemon (1979-80) ............................... 17.41 8. Mary Lida Alexander (1970-71)....................... 17.30 9. Rita Wiggs (1971-72) ..................................... 17.24 10. Carol Peschel (1981-82) ................................ 17.07 SCORING AVERAGE (min. 15 games played) - DIV. I 1. Melinda Goodson (1998-99) .......................... 17.75 2. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................ ................................16.83 3. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................ ................................16.52 4. Melinda Goodson (1996-97) .......................... ..........................15.72 5. Biz Brediger (1997-98) ................................... ...................................15.67 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Angie Polk (1987-88) ........................................ ........................................230 2. Carol Peschel (1981-82) ................................... ...................................220 3. Wendy Engelmann (1984-85) ............................ ............................216 4. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................... ...................................199 5. Biz Brediger (1997-98) ...................................... ......................................196 6. Angie Polk (1986-87) ........................................ ........................................191 7. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................... ...................................187 8. Wendy Engelmann (1983-84) ............................ ............................184 9. Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................184 10. Natalie Conner (1985-86) ................................. .................................183 FIELD GOALS MADE - DIV. I 1. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................... ...................................199 2. Biz Brediger (1997-98) ...................................... ......................................196 3. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................... ...................................187 4. Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................184 5. Melinda Goodson (1998-99) ............................. .............................178 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Wendy Engelmann (1984-85) ............................ ............................472 2. Carol Peschel (1981-82) ................................... ...................................460 3. Angie Polk (1987-88) ........................................ ........................................413 4. Wendy Engelmann (1983-84) ............................ ............................394 5. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) .................................... ....................................392 6. Natalie Connor (1985-86) ................................. .................................378 7. Jody Mangus (1979-80) ..................................... .....................................372 8. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98) ............................. .............................368 9. Gini Grimsley (2008-09) .................................... ....................................364 10. Marie Cawley (1982-83) .................................... ....................................359

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FFIELD I GOALS ATTEMPTED - DIV. I 1. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) .................................... 1 ....................................392 2. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98) ............................. 2 .............................368 3. Gini Grimsley (2008-09) .................................... 3 ....................................364 ............................. .............................351 ...................................... ......................................344 FFIELD I GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 attempts) 1. Jana Henderson (1991-92) ............. .649 (122-188) 1 .................... .629 (163-259) ................... .609 (184-302) ................... .607 (91-150) 5. Michele Blazevich (1981-82) .......... .598 (147-246) 5 .................... .596 (81-136) 7.. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................. .590 (187-317) 7 ...................... .588 (67-114) 9. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................ .587 (199-339) 9 10. 10 1 0 Shawne Frazier (1983-84) .............. .587 (118-201)

4. 4 5. 5 1. 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. 5 6. 6 7.. 7

............. .649 (122-188) ................... .609 (184-302) .................... .596 (81-136) Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................. .590 (187-317) Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................ .587 (199-339) Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) ...................................... ......................................77 Amanda Leigh (2009-10)..................................... .....................................67 Sam Ferguson (1995-96) .................................... ....................................65 Belinda Goodson (1999-00) ................................ ................................57 Amanda Eaton (2003-04) .................................... 51 Jasmine Byrd (2005-06) ...................................... ......................................49 Amanda Eaton (2002-03) .................................... ....................................48 ...................................... ......................................46 .................................... ....................................45 .......................... ..........................42

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 3 1. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) .................................... 1 ....................................208 2. Amanda Leigh (2009-10)................................... 2 ...................................205 3. Amanda Leigh (2008-09) .................................. 174 3 4. Belinda Goodson (1999-00) .............................. 4 ..............................169 5. Jasmine Byrd (2005-06) .................................... 5 ....................................165 6. Jasmine Byrd (2004-05) .................................... 6 ....................................164 7.. Sam Ferguson 7 g ((1995-96)) ..................................163

8. Amanda Eaton (2003-04) .................................. 8 ..................................161 161 9. Jasmine Byrd (2003-04) .................................... 9 ....................................140 140 10. 10 1 0 Amanda Eaton (2004-05) .................................. ..................................137 137 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50 attempts) 3 .......................... .549 (28-51) ................. .448 (26-58) ........................ .420 (29-69) ................... .415 (39-94) ............ .407 (22-54) ................ .404 (23-57) 7.. Sam Ferguson (1995-96) ................. .399 (65-163) 7 8. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98) .............. .398 (33-83) 8 9. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) ................... .398 (77-208) 9 ......................... .378 (28-74)

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............................. .............................138 138 ............................. .............................120 120 ........................ ........................119 119 ................................... 117 ................................. .................................113 113 Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................112 112 ......................................... .........................................109 109 Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................... ...................................105 105 Melinda Goodson (1997-98) ............................. .............................102 102 ................................ ................................102 102 ............................. .............................138 138 ............................. .............................120 120 ........................ ........................119 119 ................................... 117 Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................112 112 Melinda Goodson (1996-97) ............................. .............................194 194 ............................. .............................190 190 ................................. .................................183 183 ...................................... ......................................179 179 ........................ ........................166 166 ........................................ ........................................152 152 ................................. .................................151 151 ............................. .............................149 149 Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................... ...................................147 147 Kristen Boone ((2005-06)................................... ...................................147 147

Gail White and Julie Bright

Gail White (ball) and Julie Bright played together from 1990-92. Seventeen years after she played her last game for the Spartans, White is still UNCG’s leader in singleseason 3-point percentage, as she connected on 54.9 percent of her attempts in 1990-91. Bright wrapped up her career fourth and is currently eighth on the school’s single-season field goal percentage list, as she shot 67-for-114 in 198889 (58.8 percent).

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Shannon Young (1990-91) ................................. .................................265 Julie Moore (1994-95) ....................................... .......................................256 Michele Blazevich (1982-83) ............................. .............................252 ....................................... .......................................244

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Julie Moore (1994-95) ....................................... .......................................256 Melinda Goodson (1996-97) ............................. .............................235 Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................231 Alisa Moore (1995-96) ...................................... ......................................227 KaLeah Latham (2006-07) ................................ ................................215

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OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS O 1. Shannon Young (1990-91) ................................. 1 .................................108 2. Melinda Goodson (1996-97) ............................. 2 .............................105 3. Alisa Moore (1995-96) ........................................ 3 ........................................97 4. Julie Moore (1994-95) ......................................... 4 .........................................91 5. Biz Brediger (1997-98) ........................................ 5 ........................................88 6. Julie Moore (1993-94) ......................................... 6 .........................................87 7.. Melinda Goodson (1997-98) ............................... 7 ...............................87 8. Julie Moore (1995-96) ......................................... 8 .........................................83 9. Biz Brediger (1996-97) ........................................ 9 ........................................82 10. 10 1 0 Melinda Goodson (1998-99) ............................... ...............................79

Kristen Boone (2004-05)................................... ...................................121 121 Kristen Boone (2005-06)................................... ...................................101 101 Kristen Boone (2006-07) ..................................... .....................................87 87 ......................................... .........................................79 79 Samika Foster (1999-00) .................................... ....................................78 78

............................... ...............................53 53 ............................... ...............................49 49 ............................... ...............................43 43 ......................... .........................35 35 ............................... ...............................35 35 6. Gini Grimsley (2008-09) ...................................... 6 ......................................30 30 .......................................... ..........................................30 30 .......................................... ..........................................29 29 9. Brittany Frazier (2006-07) ................................... 9 ...................................28 28 10. 10 1 0 Gini Grimsley (2007-08) ...................................... ......................................24 24 .......................................... ..........................................24 24 Lindsey Reed (2002-03) ...................................... ......................................24 24 13. 13 1 3 Alisa Moore (1994-95) ........................................ ........................................22 22 ......................... .........................21 21 NOTE: Block totals for 1979-80 & 1981-86 not available N

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ChoRhonda Gwaltney

ChoRhonda Gwaltney, now an assistant coach for the Spartans, finished her career third on UNCG’s singleseason free throws made list with 119 in 1998-99. FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED - DIV. I 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-97) ............................. .............................194 2. Melinda Goodson (1998-99) ............................. .............................190 3. Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... ......................................179 4. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1998-99)........................ ........................166 5. Melinda Goodson (1997-98) ............................. .............................149 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 attempts) 1. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98) ........... .877 (100-114) 2. Amanda Eaton (2003-04) ................... .859 (61-71) 3. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) ..................... .855 (53-62) 4. Tracey Young (1989-90) ...................... .847 (50-59) Serena King (1994-95) ....................... .847 (50-59) 6. Denise Mannon (1987-88) ................. .828 (53-64) 7. Jasmine Byrd (2004-05) ...................... .818 (81-99) 8. Gail White (1991-92) .......................... .809 (72-89) 9. Jacinda Lambert (2003-04) .............. .806 (87-108) 10. Natalie Connor (1986-87) ................... .797 (47-59) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 attempts) - DIV. I 1. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98) ........... .877 (100-114) 2. Amanda Eaton (2003-04) ................... .859 (61-71) 3. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07) ..................... .855 (53-62) 4. Serena King (1994-95) ....................... .847 (50-59) 5. Jasmine Byrd (2004-05) ...................... .818 (81-99) 6. Gail White (1991-92) .......................... .809 (72-89) 7. Jacinda Lambert (2003-04) .............. .806 (87-108) 8. Kristen Boone (2005-06)................. .796 (117-147) 9. Micky Haywood (1992-93) .................. .790 (64-81) Lakiah Hyson (2009-10) ................... .790 (94-119) REBOUNDS 1. Renee Coltrane (1983-84) ................................. .................................379 2. Renee Coltrane (1982-83) ................................. .................................367 3. Sandra Lemon (1979-80) .................................. ..................................293 4. Angie Polk (1986-87) ........................................ ........................................289 5. Angie Polk (1987-88) ........................................ ........................................285 6. Renee Coltrane (1981-82) ................................. .................................280

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS D 1. Julie Moore (1994-95) ....................................... 1 .......................................165 2. Alisa Moore (1994-95) ...................................... 2 ......................................159 3. Shannon Young (1990-91) ................................. 3 .................................157 4. Brianne Dodgen (2000-01)................................ 4 ................................153 5. Gini Grimsley (2008-09) .................................... 5 ....................................146 6. Vickie Henson (1993-94) ................................... 141 6 7.. KaLeah Latham (2006-07) ................................ 7 ................................138 8. Vickie Henson (1992-93) ................................... 8 ...................................133 9. Alisa Moore (1995-96) ...................................... 9 ......................................130 10. 10 1 0 Melinda Goodson (1996-97) ............................. .............................130 ........................................ ........................................127 1. 1

Wendy Engelmann (1983-84) ............................ ............................170 ....................................... .......................................153 ............................................ ............................................148 ........................... ...........................146 ....................................... .......................................144 ............................ ............................140 .................................. ..................................139 ............................ ............................134 ............................ ............................130 .................................. ..................................130

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............................................ ............................................148 ........................................... ...........................................122 ....................................... .......................................122 Kristen Boone (2005-06)................................... ...................................122 Katrina Smith (1997-98) ................................... ...................................121 Kristen Boone (2004-05)................................... ...................................121 Kristen Boone (2005-06)................................... ...................................101 ......................................... .........................................95 .......................................... ..........................................91 ..................................... .....................................87 ............................. .............................83 ......................................... .........................................79 .................................... ....................................78 ...................................... ......................................78 .......................................... 74

N NOTE: Steals totals for 1981-86 not available

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Melinda Goodson

Melinda Goodson posted UNCG’s best single-season point total at the Division I level with 497 in 1998-99. She is also the Spartans’ single-season leader in free throws made (138 in 1998-99) and attempted (194 in 1996-97).

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS POINTS 1. 38, Anna Parker at Wake Forest...................................... ......................................2/12/19799 2. 36, Rita Wiggs vs. Western Carolina ................................. 36, Vickie Henson vs. Towson ........................................ 3. 35, Anna Parker vs. UNC Pembroke .................................. 35, Angie Polk vs. Christopher Newport ......................... 35, Angie Polk vs. N.C. Wesleyan ................................... 6. 34, Cathy Strange vs. East Carolina ................................ 7. 33, Mary Lida Alexander vs. North Carolina .................... 33, Anna Parker vs. Western Carolina ............................. 33, Anna Parker vs. Mercer ............................................ 33, Micky Haywood at Campbell Campbell.................................... ....................................

6, Sam Ferguson at Charleston Southern........................ ........................1/27/1996 6, Jasmine Byrd vs Providence..................................... 11/25/2007 ............................... ................................................. ............................... .......................................... ......................... .......................................... ................................................ ............................. ......................................... .......................................... .................................... .............................................

POINTS - Div. I 1. 36, Vickie Henson vs. Towson ........................................ 2. 33, Micky Haywood at Campbell Campbell.................................... .................................... 33, Biz Brediger at Wofford ............................................ 33, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson Davidson................................. ................................. 33, Brianne Dodgen vs. Appalachian State ......................

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FIELD GOALS 1. 18, Anna Parker vs. Wake Forest..................................... 2. 15, Angie Polk at N.C. Wesleyan .................................... 3. 14, Biz Brediger at Furman ............................................. 4. 13, eight times FIELD GOALS - Div. I 1. 14, Biz Brediger at Furman ............................................. 2. 13, Biz Brediger at Wofford ............................................ 13, Melinda Goodson vs. Chattanooga ........................... 13, Micky Haywood at Campbell.................................... 5. 12, Brianne Dodgen vs. Chattanooga .............................. 12, Julie Bright vs. Appalachian State ............................

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FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 30, Jody Mangus vs. Bennett College College.............................. .............................. 30, Wendy Engelmann vs. Buffalo State ....................... 3. 24, Jacinda Lambert at Elon ............................................ 4. 23, Michele Blazevich vs. Virginia Wesleyan .................. 23, Wendy Engelmann vs. Elon ...................................... 23, Angie Polk at Christopher Newport .......................... 23, Angie Polk at N.C. Wesleyan .................................... 23 Kemena Brooks vs. Wofford..................................... 9. 22, Brianne Dodgen at Chattanooga ............................. 22, Jai Cole at Wake Forest ........................................... FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - Div. I 1. 24, Jacinda Lambert at Elon ............................................ 2. 23, Kemena Brooks, vs. Wofford ................................... 2. 22, Brianne Dodgen at Chattanooga ............................. 22, Jai Cole at Wake Forest ........................................... 4. 21, Melinda Goodson vs. UNC Asheville ........................ 21, Lakiah Hyson vs. Elon ............................................... 6. 20, Vickie Henson at Radford ........................................ 20, Brianne Dodgen vs. Chattanooga .............................. 20, Nicole Murray at Furman ........................................... 20, Gini Grimsley vs. Wofford ........................................ 20, Amanda Leigh at Wofford ........................................... FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 made) 1. 1.000 (11-11), Melinda Goodson vs. Wofford ............... 2. .909 (10-11), Angie Polk vs. Virginia Wesleyan ............... .909 (10-11), Jana Henderson at UNC Asheville ............. 3. .846 (11-13), Julie Moore vs. Towson............................ 4. .833 (10-12), Chris Holec at Methodist ............................ .833 (10-12), Gail White at Pitt.-Johnstown ................... .833 (10-12), Melinda Goodson vs. Charleston So. ........ .833 (10-12), Ashley Current vs. Davidson .................... 8. .813 (13-16), Angie Polk at N.C. Wesleyan...................... .813 (13-16), Julie Bright at UNC Wilmington Wilmington.................... .................... FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 10 made) - DI ERA 1. 1.000 (11-11), Melinda Goodson vs. Wofford ............... 2. .909 (10-11), Jana Henderson at UNC Asheville ............. 3. .846 (11-13), Julie Moore vs. Towson............................ 4. .833 (10-12), Melinda Goodson vs. Charleston So. ........ .833 (10-12), Ashley Current vs. Davidson .................... 6. .786 (11-14), Brianne Dodgen vs. Ga. Southern............. 7. .769 (10-13), Kymm Elliott at Liberty .............................. .769 (10-13), Vickie Henson vs. Winthrop ....................... .769 (10-13), Vickie Henson vs. Coastal Carolina ............. .769 (10-13), Julie Moore at Alaska-Anchorage ........... 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 7, Micky Haywood at Campbell ..................................... 2. 6, Sam Ferguson at Coastal Carolina.............................

50 • RECORDS

................................ ..................... ................................... ............................ ................................. ............................ .............................. ................................ ................................. .................................. 11.. 22..

11.. 22.

(min. eight made) - DIV. I ERA .................. 2/9/2004 ................. 11/20/2000 .......... ..........2/8/1997 2/8/1997 .............. 1/9/2006 ................................. .................................1/13/2010 1/13/2010 ..................................1/1/1995 .................................. 1/1/1995 ..................... 11/24/2008 ........ 2/23/2009 ..................... .....................2/8/1985 2/8/1985 ..................... .....................1/8/1985 1/8/1985 ..................................... .....................................11/27/1979 11/27/1979 ............................................. .............................................3/4/1983 3/4/1983 ................... ...................1/21/1984 1/21/1984 ............................................... ...............................................2/18/1987 2/18/1987 ...................... 1/20/1984 ............................ 1/28/1984 .......................... 12/31/1994 .................................. ..................................1/17/1996 1/17/1996

3.

.......................... 12/31/1994 19, Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville .................................. ..................................1/17/1996 1/17/1996 17, Kymm Elliott vs. Austin Peay ................................. 12/29/1991 ............................................ 2/23/1993 .......................................... 3/12/1994 ............................................. .............................................2/8/1995 2/8/1995 ............................................ ............................................3/11/1995 3/11/1995 ............................................ 2/29/1996 ................................ 2/14/1984 ................................... 2/15/1986 ............................................. .............................................2/17/1993 2/17/1993 ............................................ ............................................2/3/1986 2/3/1986 ............................. .............................1/14/1989 1/14/1989 ............................. .............................1/3/1990 1/3/1990 .................................. 1/2/2006 .................... 1/26/1984 ............................. 1/28/1984 ........................... 2/24/1984 ................................................ ................................................3/6/1987 3/6/1987 .......................... 12/31/1994 ......................................... .........................................1/14/1995 1/14/1995 10, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Charleston ..................... 12/29/1999 ............................................. 1/20/2006 ............................................. .............................................2/17/1993 2/17/1993 .................................. 1/2/2006 .......................... 12/31/1994 ......................................... .........................................1/14/1995 1/14/1995 ..................... 12/29/1999 ............................................. 1/20/2006

15, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson ................................ 14, Amanda Eaton vs. Charleston ................................... ............................ ................................. ............................

.......................... 12/9/1986 ......................... 11/12/2006 .......................... ..........................2/2/1989 2/2/1989 ............................................ 2/4/2006

............................ ............................ ................................. ................................ ..................... ................................ .............. ........................... 15, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Davidson ............................ 14, Sadie Ochs vs. UNC Asheville ..................................

......................... 11/12/2006 ............................................ 2/4/2006 .......................................... 12/2/1998 ......................................... 2/12/1999 .............................. 2/5/2005 ........................... 2/12/2005 .............................. 1/9/2006

19, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell ............................. 18, Kymm Elliott vs. Austin Peay .................................. ................................. ............................. .................................. .................................... .......................... ....................................

....................................2/16/1998 ....................................2/16/1998 ............................ 1/25/1987 .................... 2/23/2009 ............................................... ...............................................1/12/1981 1/12/1981 ..................................... .....................................2/7/1996 2/7/1996 ...................................... ......................................2/20/1997 2/20/1997 ............................ ............................2/21/1998 2/21/1998 ................. .................2/22/1997 2/22/1997 .................... ....................11/24/2007 11/24/2007 ......................................... 2/27/2009 ......................... .........................3/4/2010 3/4/2010

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


ANNUAL STATISTICS LEADERS SCORING AVERAGE Year Player G Pts. Avg. g. 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson ................ ................30 30 ....... .......346 346 ...... 2008-09 Gini Grimsley ................ ................31 31 ....... .......334 334 ...... 2007-08 Kemena Brooks ............ ............31 31 ....... .......270 270 ........ 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd ................ ................30 30 ....... .......450 450 ...... 2005-06 Kristen Boone ............... ...............26 26 ....... .......332 332 ...... 2004-05 Jasmine Byrd ................ ................28 28 ....... .......298 298 ...... 2003-04 Jacinda Lambert ........... ...........28 28 ....... .......379 379 ...... 2002-03 Jacinda Lambert ........... ...........27 27 ....... .......334 334 ...... 2001-02 Jacinda Lambert ........... ...........31 31 ....... .......391 391 ...... 2000-01 Brianne Dodgen ............ ............30 30 ....... .......354 354 ...... 1999-00 Brianne Dodgen ............ ............29 29 ....... .......422 422 ...... NOTE: Melinda Goodson.................. Goodson..................9 9 ......... .........139 139 ...... 1998-99 Melinda Goodson ......... .........28 28 ....... .......497 497 ....... 1997-98 Biz Brediger .................. ..................30 30 ....... .......470 470 ...... 1996-97 Melinda Goodson ......... .........29 29 ....... .......456 456 ...... 1995-96 Alisa Moore .................. ..................26 26 ....... .......373 373 ...... 1994-95 Alisa Moore .................. ..................31 31 ....... .......480 480 ...... 1993-94 Vickie Henson ............... ...............29 29 ....... .......479 479 ...... 1992-93 Vickie Henson ............... ...............29 29 ....... .......488 488 ...... 1991-92 Kymm Elliott ................. .................27 27 ....... .......379 379 ...... 1990-91 Shannon Young ............. .............30 30 ....... .......442 442 ...... 1989-90 Donna Snead ................ ................25 25 ....... .......338 338 ...... 1988-89 Angie Polk .................... ....................24 24 ....... .......354 354 ...... 1987-88 Angie Polk .................... ....................33 33 ....... .......554 554 ...... 1986-87 Angie Polk .................... ....................30 30 ....... .......447 447 ...... 1985-86 Natalie Connor ............. .............28 28 ....... .......412 412 ...... 1984-85 Wendy Engelmann ........ ........28 28 ....... .......472 472 ...... 1983-84 Wendy Engelmann ........ ........29 29 ....... .......425 425 ...... 1982-83 Michele Blazevich ......... .........28 28 ....... .......413 413 ...... 1981-82 Carol Peschel ............... ...............28 28 ....... .......478 478 ....... 1980-81 Jody Mangus................. .................23 23 ....... .......342 342 ...... 1979-80 Jody Mangus................. .................22 22 ....... .......415 415....... ....... 1978-79 Anna Parker .................. ..................19 19 ....... .......414 414....... 1977-78 Cathy Strange ............... ...............22 22 ....... .......344 344 ...... 1976-77 Cathy Strange ............... ...............19 19 ....... .......369 369 ...... 1975-76 Cathy Strange ............... ...............19 19 ....... .......264 264 ...... 1974-75 Rita Wiggs .................... ....................19 19 ....... .......418 418 ...... 1973-74 Rita Wiggs .................... ....................16 16 ....... .......292 292 ...... 1972-73 Rita Wiggs .................... ....................17 17 ....... .......275 275 ...... 1971-72 Rita Wiggs .................... ....................21 21 ....... .......362 362 ....... 1970-71 Mary Lida Alexander ..... .....20 20 ....... .......346 346 ....... 1969-70 Mary Lida Alexander ..... .....11 11 ....... .......161 161 ...... FIELD GOALS MADE Year Player FGss 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson ........................................... 2008-09 Gini Grimsley .......................................... 2007-08 Kemena Brooks ........................................ 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd .......................................... 2005-06 Irene Otamiri .......................................... 2004-05 Jasmine Byrd ............................................ 2003-04 Jacinda Lambert ..................................... 2002-03 Jacinda Lambert ..................................... 2001-02 Jacinda Lambert ..................................... 2000-01 Brianne Dodgen ...................................... 1999-00 Brianne Dodgen ...................................... 1998-99 Melinda Goodson ................................... 1997-98 Biz Brediger ............................................ 1996-97 Melinda Goodson ................................... 1995-96 Alisa Moore ............................................ 1994-95 Alisa Moore ............................................ 1993-94 Vickie Henson ......................................... 1992-93 Vickie Henson ......................................... 1991-92 Kymm Elliott ........................................... 1990-91 Shannon Young ....................................... 1989-90 Donna Snead .......................................... 1988-89 Angie Polk .............................................. 1987-88 Angie Polk .............................................. 1986-87 Angie Polk .............................................. 1985-86 Natalie Conner Conner........................................ ........................................ 1984-85 Wendy Engelmann .................................. 1983-84 Wendy Engelmann .................................. 1982-83 Michele Blazevich ................................... 1981-82 Carol Peschel ......................................... 1980-81 Jody Mangus........................................... 1979-80 Jody Mangus........................................... FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 FGA) Year Player FGA-FGM Pct. t. 2009-10 Agne Girstautaite Girstautaite.......... ..........64-120 64-120 ............ 2008-09 Monique Floyd .............. ..............113-243 113-243 ........... 2007-08 Monique Floyd .............. ..............63-155 63-155............. 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd ................ ................160-392 160-392........... ........... 2005-06 KaLeah Latham............. .............93-190 93-190............. 2004-05 Ashley Current .............. ..............65-134 65-134............. 2003-04 Megan Honeycutt.......... ..........54-108 54-108............. 2002-03 Lindsey Reed ................ ................92-185 92-185............. 2001-02 Jennifer Hart ................. .................81-136 81-136 ............. 2000-01 Jessica Williams Williams............ ............96-198 96-198............. Sandi Reid .................... ....................63-130 63-130............. 1999-00 Melinda Goodson ......... .........56-111 56-111 ............. 1998-99 Melinda Goodson ......... .........178-351 178-351 ........... 1997-98 Biz Brediger .................. ..................196-344 196-344 ..........

1996-97

1991-92 1989-90

1981-82

Melinda Goodson ......... .........168-298 168-298........... ........... .564 4 .................. ..................142-252 142-252........... ........... .................. ..................184-302 184-302 .......... ............... ...............187-317 187-317 ........... ............... ...............199-339 199-339 .......... Jana Henderson ............ ............122-188 122-188 .......... ................... ...................125-234 125-234 .......... Jana Henderson ............ ............74-131 74-131 ............. ................... ...................67-114 67-114 ............. ................... ...................163-259 163-259........... ........... .................... ....................191-344 191-344........... ................... ...................163-318 163-318 ........... ............. .............172-325 172-325........... ............. .............118-201 118-201 ........... ............. .............107-197 107-197 ........... Michele Blazevich ......... .........147-246 147-246 ........... ...................... ......................77-187 77-187 ............. .............. ..............163-293 163-293........... ...........

1988-89 19 1 9

............................................... 109 9 ............................................ Kathleen Tompkins ................................... ................................................ ................................................ ................................................ ....................................... ......................................... ......................................... ......................................... ............................................. .............................................

................ ................94-119 94-119 ............. ................ ................85-122 85-122............. ............. ............ ............52-58 52-58............... ................ ................53-62 53-62............... ............... ...............117-147 117-147 ........... ................ ................81-99 81-99 ............... .............. ..............61-71 61-71 ............... ............... ...............66-86 66-86............... .............. ..............46-60 46-60............... ............ ............83-109 83-109............. .............. ..............53-69 53-69............... .................... ....................52-67 52-67............... ......... .........138-190 138-190........... ........... ......... .........100-114 100-114 ........... ......... .........67-93 67-93............... ................... ...................72-102 72-102............. .................. ..................50-59 50-59............... .................. ..................45-58 45-58............... ............. .............64-81 64-81 ............... ..................... .....................72-89 72-89............... ..................... .....................109-137 109-137 ........... ................. .................50-59 50-59............... ................ ................42-56 42-56............... ............ ............53-64 53-64............... ............. .............47-59 47-59 ............... ............. .............46-58 46-58............... ........ ........40-57 40-57 ............... ........ ........57-73 57-73 ............... ........ ........40-54 40-54................ ................. .................35-53 35-53............... ................. .................66-87 66-87 ............... ............... ...............45-62 45-62...............

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Year Player 3FGss ........................................... ........................................... ............................................ ............................................ ............................................ ........................................... .......................................... .......................................... .......................................... ................................ ...................................... ................................ ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... ..................................................... ................................................... 1992-93 Mickey Haywood ....................................... ................................................. ................................................. 1989-90 Stephanie Johnson ................................... ............................................... ............................................... ...................................

............... ...............67-205 67-205............. ............. ................ ................40-118 40-118 ............. ................ ................46-134 46-134............. ................ ................77-208 77-208............. 2005-06 Kemena Brooks ............ ............22-64 22-64............... .............. ..............41-137 41-137 ............. .............. ..............51-161 51-161 .............. .............. ..............48-135 48-135............. .............. ..............29-84 29-84............... .... ....42-112 42-112 ............. ............ ............26-58. 26-58................ ............23-57 ............ 23-57 ............... ......... .........33-83 33-83............... ................... ...................29-69 29-69............... ...............65-163 ............... 65-163............. ................... ...................28-74 28-74 ...............

................ ................30 30 ....... .......137 137 ........ ................ ................31 31 ....... .......190 190 ........ ...............30 ............... 30 ....... .......162 162 ........ ............. .............30 30 ....... .......215 215 ......... ............. .............30 30 ....... .......184 184 ........ ............. .............26 26 ....... .......144 144 ........ ................ ................28 28 ....... .......170 170 ........ ................ ................27 27 ....... .......165 165 ........ .................... ....................31 31 ....... .......197 197 ........ ............ ............30 30 ....... .......197 197 ........ .................... ....................27 27 ....... .......173 173 ........ ......... .........28 28 ....... .......195 195 ......... ......... .........28 28 ....... .......202 202 ......... ......... .........29 29 ....... .......235 235 ........ .................. ..................26 26 ....... .......227 227 ........ ................... ...................31 31 ....... .......256 256 ........ ............... ...............29 29 ....... .......213 213 ......... ............... ...............29 29 ....... .......211 211.......... .......... ................. .................27 27 ....... .......182 182 ........ ............. .............30 30 ....... .......265 265 ........ ................... ...................25 25 ....... .......178 178 ......... .................... ....................24 24 ....... .......191 191 ........ .................... ....................33 33 ....... .......285 285 ........ .................... ....................30 30 ....... .......289 289 ........ .................... ....................28 28 ....... .......237 237 ........ ............. .............28 28 ....... .......379 379 ...... ............. .............29 29 ....... .......367 367 ...... ............. .............28 28 ....... .......280 280 ...... ............... ...............28 28 ....... .......214 214.......... .......... ................. .................23 23 ....... .......185 185 ........ .............. ..............22 22 ....... .......293 293 ......

........... ...........39-94 39-94...............

1987-88

..................... .....................28-51 28-51 ............... ....... .......22-54 22-54............... ................... ...................26-71 26-71 ............... Stephanie Johnson ....... .......25-91 25-91 ...............

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2000-01 2 0

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G Ast st .......................... ..........................30 30 ........... .......................... ..........................30 30 ........... ............................... ...............................31 31 ........... ........................... ...........................30 30 ......... ........................... ...........................26 26 ......... ........................... ...........................28 28 ........... .......................... ..........................28 28 ........... ........................... ...........................27 27 ........... .......................... ..........................31 31 ......... ChoRhonda Gwaltney ...................... ......................30 30 ......... .......................... ..........................29 29 .........

1998-99 19 1

ChoRhonda Gwaltney................ ................28 28 ......... 110 ........................... ...........................28 28 ......... 121 ..................................... .....................................29 29 ........... 91 ...........................26 ........................... 26 ........... 97 ..................................... .....................................31 31 ......... 148 ............................ ............................29 29 ......... 120 ....................... .......................29 29 ......... 114 ................................... ...................................26 26 ......... 114 ................................... ...................................27 27 ......... 122 ................................. .................................30 30 ........... 85 ................... ...................24 24 ......... 112 ................... ...................24 24 ......... 105 ................... ...................33 33 ......... 146 ............................... ...............................30 30 ......... 153 ............................... ...............................28 28 ......... 144 .................... ....................28 28 ......... 134 .................... ....................29 29 ......... 170 .......................... ..........................28 28 ......... 139 .................... ....................28 28 ......... 140 ............................ ............................20 20 ........... 54

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1997-98 19 1 9

G Stl ............................ ............................30 30 ........... 67 ............................ ............................31 31 ........... 71 ............................ ............................31 31 ........... 52 ........................... ...........................30 30 ........... 87 ........................... ...........................26 26 ......... 101 ........................... ...........................28 28 ......... 121 ............................ ............................28 28 ........... 59 ........................... ...........................27 27 ........... 68 .......................... ..........................31 31 ........... 55 .......................... ..........................30 30 ............ ............74 74 .......................... ..........................29 29 ........... 78 .......................... ..........................28 28 ........... 72 ChoRhonda Gwaltney................ ................29 29 ........... 59 ..................... .....................29 29 ........... 62 ...........................26 ........................... 26 ........... 58 .............................. ..............................31 31 ........... 50 ............................ ............................29 29 ........... 42 ............................... ...............................29 29 ........... 79 ................................... ...................................27 27 ........... 49 ............................... ...............................27 27 ........... 49 ......................... .........................30 30 ........... 48 ................... ...................24 24 ........... 55 ................... ...................24 24 ........... 56 ................... ...................33 33 ........... 83 ............................... ...............................30 30 ........... 95

......................... .........................23 23 ........... 39

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G Blk ......................29 ........... 35 ......................29 ......................31 ...................... 31 ........... 53 ............................ ............................31 31 ........... 24 ......................... .........................30 30 ........... 28 20 2005-06 Meghan Chamberlain ............... ...............30 30 ........... 35 2004-05 2 0 Meghan Chamberlain ............... ...............27 27 ........... 21 ............................ ............................28 28 ........... 23 ............................ ............................27 27 ........... 24 ................................ ................................27 27 ........... 24 ................................ ................................31 31 ........... 15 ................................ ................................27 27 ........... 30 ................................ ................................27 27 ........... 20 ........................28 ........................ 28 ............. 9 ..................... .....................30 30 ........... 49 ..................... .....................29 29 ........... 43 ..................... .....................27 27 ........... 27 .............................. ..............................31 31 ........... 22 .............................. ..............................29 29 ........... 16 ............................... ...............................29 29 ........... 10 ........................... ...........................25 25 ........... 10 ......................... .........................30 30 ........... 13 ........................ ........................25 25 ........... 11 ................................ ................................24 24 ............ 9 ............................... ...............................32 32 ............ 7 ................................ ................................30 30 ........... 29

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DIVISION I ERA TEAM RECORDS Most games played: 31 (1995, 2002, 2008, 2009) Most wins: 22 (2001) Most conference wins: 14 (1993, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2002) Most losses: 24 (2008) Fewest losses: 6 (1992) Highest winning percentage: .777 (21-6, 1992) Best home record: 12-1 (2002) Most home wins: 12 (2002) Longest win streak: 12 (1/22/97 - 2/28/97) Longest losing streak: 10 (1/16/10 - 2/20/10) Longest home win streak: 13 (2/2/97 - 1/22/99) Most field goals made Game: 39, vs. Coastal Carolina (12/7/91) & vs. ETSU (2/16/02) Season: 844 (1992) Most opponent field goals made Game: 42, vs. Wake Forest (12/69/95) Season: 792 (1998) Fewest field goals made Game: 9, at Wake Forest (11/17/08) Season: 578 (2004) Fewest opponent field goals made Game: 11, vs Elon (1/20/07) Season: 610 (2003)

.833 (5-6), vs Winthrop (1/16/95) .588 (10-17) vs. Wake Forest (12/6/95) .368 (95-258, 1992) .245 (97-396, 2005) .270 (126-467, 2001) 37, at Elon (12/2/98) 531 (1995) Most opponents free throws made M 37, vs. Providence (12/21/94) 430 (1993) 0, at Duke (11/19/97) 330 (2010) FFewest e opponent free throws made 1, four times; last at Furman (2/9/98) 313 (2001)

Most field goals attempted Game: 82, vs. ETSU (1/20/01) Season: 1,857 (2002)

55, vs. Hartford (12/30/95) 798 (1995)

Most opponent field goals attempted Game: 82, vs. Radford (2/7/96) Season: 1,925 (1995)

47, vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/93) 652 (1993)

Fewest field goals attempted Game: 29, UNC Asheville (3/10/94) Season: 1,560 (2003)

0, twice 1, at Duke (11/19/97) 495 (2010)

Fewest opponent field goals attempted Game: 38, at Radford (3/21/93) Season: 1,594 (1996)

2, twice; last at Appalachian State (2/5/00) 469 (2000)

Highest field goal percentage Half: .786 (22-28) at Campbell (2/13/93) Game: .719 (41-57) vs. UNC Asheville (2/11/94) Season: .503 (844-1679, 1992)

.723 (370-512, 1992) 1.000 (9-9), vs. Michigan State (12/17/91) .962 (24-25), at Maryland (12/29/06) .711 (349-491, 1999)

Lowest field goal percentage Half: .146 (6-41), at Wofford (2/10/01) Game: .191 (9-47) at Wake Forest (11/17/08) Season: .355 (629-1,772, 2010)

.182, (2-11) at Chattanooga, 2/10/03 .601 (331-551, 2009)

Most 3-point field goals made Game: 12, vs. Radford (1/13/97) & vs. Illinois (11/24/95) Season: 167 (2000) Most opponent 3-point field goals made Game: 13, at Kent State (12/29/93) Season: 183 (2010) Fewest 3-point field goals made Season: 38 (1994) Fewest opponent 3-point field goals made Season: 70 (1993) Most 3-point field goals attempted Game: 31, vs. Radford (1/13/97) Season: 552 (2000) Most opponent 3-point field goals attempted Game: 32, vs. Charleston Southern (12/1/10) Season: 546 (2010) Fewest 3-point field goals attempted Season: 104 (1994) Fewest opponent 3-point field goals attempted Season: 244 (1993) Highest 3-point field goal percentage Game: .778 (7-9), vs. Winthrop (1/16/95) Season: .377 (55-146, 1993)

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4, at Wake Forest (11/17/08), at Georgia Southern ((1/24/09), 1 vs. Chattanooga (1/31/09), at Western Carolina 296 (2005) Fewest Fe opponent assists 1, vs. High Point (12/11/04) 328 (2005) 27, vs. UNC Wilmington (11/12/06) 353 (2001) 352 (2005) 28, at Wake Forest (11/17/08) 332 (1993) 1, vs. Arizona (12/4/04) 262 (1996) 1, vs. Delaware (12/5/04), at UC Irvine (12/21/08) 238 (1999) 9, vs. Wofford (2/16/98), vs. Wofford (1/24/06), vs. Davidson D a (1/5/09), vs. Appalachian State (2/23/09), vs. Elon 138 (2009) Most opponent blocks M 13, at Clemson (12/30/98), vs. Elon (1/13/10) 116 (2005) 35 (1999) 46 (1993)

Highest opponent field goal percentage Half: .704 (19-27), UNC Asheville (3/10/94) Game: .627 (32-51), UNC Asheville (3/10/94) Season: .438 (740-1,689, 1992)

Lowest opponent field goal percentage Half: .120 (3-25) vs. UMES (11/25/95) Game: .212 (11-52) vs.Elon (1/20/07) Season: .371 (676-1,823, 2001)

Most opponent assists M 29, vs. Wake Forest (12/6/95) 517 (1995)

.635 (329-518, 1998) 62, vs. Towson (1/22/95) 1,318 (1995) 58, at Furman (1/8/97) 1,291 (2009) FFewest e total rebounds 19, at Maryland (12/29/07) 1,056 (1992) 19, vs. Charleston Southern (3/5/94) 959 (1992) 42.7 (1,239 rebounds, 29 games, 1997) Highest opponent rebound average H 41.6 (1,291 rebounds, 31 games, 2009) 36.0 (1,080 rebounds, 30 games, 2010) LLowest o opponent rebound average 33.3 (965 rebounds, 29 games, 1994)

58, vs. Providence (12/21/94), vs. Radford (1/13/97) 104 vs. Coastal Carolina (1/11/97) 2,236 (1995) Most opponent points M 72, at Kent State (12/29/93) 119 at Kent State (12/29/93) 2,090 (1995) 11, at West Virginia (11/19/04) 27, at Wake Forest (11/17/08) 1,654 (2004) 11, vs. ETSU (3/2/01) 12, at Elon (1/21/06) 35, at Elon (1/21/06) 1,727 (2003) 77.8 (2,100 points, 27 games, 1992) Highest opponent scoring average H 71.7 (1,937 points, 27 games, 1992) 53.1 (1,647 points, 31 games, 2008) LLowest o opponent scoring average 59.7 (1,791 points, 30 games, 2001) 59.9 (1,857 points, 31 games, 2009) 57 5 7 points (99-42 vs. South Carolina State, 1/4/97) 55 5 5 points (103-48 at North Carolina, 11/30/06)

30, vs. CofC (12/29/99) & vs. Winthrop (2/17/93) Season: S e 559 (1995)

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TEAM SEASON RECORDS WINS 27 (27-3) ............................................ 1986-87 26 (26-7) ............................................ 1987-88 25 (25-3) ............................................ 1981-82 24 (24-4) ............................................ 1985-86 22 (22-7) ............................................ 1983-84 22 (22-8) ............................................ 2000-01 LOSSES 24 (7-24) ............................................ 2007-08 20 (1-20) ............................................ 1978-79 20 (10-20) .......................................... 2009-10 19 (9-19) ............................................ 2003-04 18 (13-18) .......................................... 2008-09 WINNING PERCENTAGE .900 (27-3) ......................................... 1986-87 .893 (25-3)......................................... 1981-82 .857 (24-4) ......................................... 1985-86 .818 (9-2) ........................................... 1969-70 .809 (17-4) .......................................... ..........................................1971-72 HOME WINS 12 (12-3) ............................................ 2006-07 12 (12-4) ............................................ 1979-80 12 (12-2) ............................................ 1981-82 12 (12-1) ............................................ 1985-86 12 (12-1) ............................................ 1986-87 12 (12-1) ............................................ 2001-02 (NOTE: FIRST SEASON IN FLEMING GYM WAS 1989-90) ROAD WINS 11 (11-1) ............................................ 1985-86 11 (11-1) ............................................ 1986-87 10 (10-1) ............................................ 1981-82 9 (9-6) ................................................ 1987-88 9 (9-3) ................................................ 2000-01 HOME LOSSES 10 (4-10) ............................................ 2007-08 9 (0-9) ................................................ 1978-79 7 (3-7) ................................................ 1977-78 7 (7-7) ................................................ 2008-09 7 (6-7) ................................................ 2009-10 ROAD LOSSES 12 (2-12) ............................................ 2007-08 12 (3-12) ............................................ 2009-10 11 (2-11) ............................................ 2003-04 9 (0-9) ................................................ 1978-79 9 (3-9) ................................................ 1980-81 9 (5-9) ................................................ 2008-09 WINNING STREAK 24 ...................................................... 1986-87 20 ...................................................... 1985-86 12 ...................................................... 1981-82 12 ...................................................... 1996-97 11 ...................................................... 1981-82 WINNING STREAK - DIV. I 12 ...................................................... 1996-97 9 ........................................................ 1992-93 9 ........................................................ 2000-01 9 ........................................................ 2001-02 8 ........................................................ 1997-98 LOSING STREAK 14 ...................................................... 1978-79 10 ...................................................... 2009-10 8 ......................................................... .........................................................1976-77 7 ......................................................... .........................................................1974-75 7 ........................................................ 2007-08 7 ........................................................ 2008-09

LOSING STREAK - DIV. I LLO ...................................................... 2009-10 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 1993-94 2003-04 ............................. 12/6/1986-2/14/1989 ............................... 2/9/1982-2/18/1983 ............................... 1/21/1984-2/2/1985 ............................... 2/2/1997-1/22/1999 ............................. 12/3/1985-2/18/1986 ............................... 2/2/1997-1/22/1999 ............................... 2/2/1998-1/22/1999 ............................. 11/20/2001-2/2/2002 ....................................2/24/06-12/20/06 1/6/1993-12/18/1993 ................................................. 1987-88 ................................................. 1986-87 ................................................. 1983-84 ................................................. 1990-91 ................................................. 1984-85 POINTS P O - DIV. I ................................................. 1994-95 ................................................. 1996-97 ................................................. 1997-98 ................................................. 2001-02 ................................................. 1991-92 POINTS P O PER GAME ................................................... 1987-88 ................................................... 1986-87 ................................................... 1983-84 ................................................... 1984-85 ................................................... 1989-90 POINTS P O PER GAME - DIV. I .................................................... 1991-92 ................................................... 1996-97 ................................................... 1998-99 ................................................... 1995-96 ................................................... 1997-98 FFIELD I GOALS ................................................. 1987-88 ................................................. 1986-87 .................................................... 1983-84 .................................................... 1981-82 .................................................... 1984-85 FFIELD I GOALS - DIV. I .................................................... 1991-92 .................................................... 1993-94 .................................................... 2001-02 .................................................... 1992-93 .................................................... 1994-95 ................................................. 1987-88 ................................................. 1986-87 ................................................. 1983-84 ................................................. 1984-85 ................................................. 1982-83 FFIELD I GOAL ATTEMPTS - DIV. I ................................................. 2001-02 ................................................. 2000-01 ................................................. 2008-09 ................................................. 1997-98 1,804 1, 1 , ................................................. 1994-95

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FIELD FFI I GOAL PERCENTAGE ................................ 1991-92 .............................. 1987-88 ................................ 1993-94 .............................. 1986-87 ................................ 1981-82

................................................. 1987-88 ................................................. 1983-84 ................................................. 1986-87 ................................................. 1981-82 ................................................. 1984-85

FFIELD I GOAL PERCENTAGE - DIV. I ................................ 1991-92 ................................ 1993-94 ................................ 1992-93 ................................ 1994-95 ................................. 1998-99

REBOUNDS R E - DIV. I ................................................. 1994-95 .................................................. 2001-02 ................................................. 2000-01 ................................................. 1996-97 ................................................. 2008-09

3-POINT 33 FIELD GOALS MADE .................................................... 1999-00 .................................................... 2009-10 .................................................... 2006-07 .................................................... 1996-97 .................................................... 2008-09

.................................................... 1983-84 .................................................... 1986-87 .................................................... 1987-88 .................................................... 1994-95 .................................................... 1997-98

.................................................... 2009-10 .................................................... 1999-00 .................................................... 2008-09 .................................................... 2006-07 .................................................... 2000-01 .................................... 1989-90 ..377 3 (55-146) ..................................... 1992-93 ..365 3 (38-104) .................................... 1993-94 ..358 .3 3 (54-151)..................................... 1988-89 ..354 3 (81-229) .................................... 1990-91 FFREE R THROWS MADE .................................................... 1994-95 .................................................... 1998-99 .................................................... 1987-88 .................................................... 1996-97 .................................................... 2004-05 FFREE R THROWS MADE - DIV. I .................................................... 1994-95 .................................................... 1998-99 .................................................... 1996-97 .................................................... 2004-05 .................................................... 1995-96 FFREE R THROWS ATTEMPTED .................................................... 1994-95 .................................................... 1998-99 .................................................... 1996-97 .................................................... 1987-88 .................................................... 1995-96 FFREE R THROWS ATTEMPTED - DIV. I .................................................... 1994-95 .................................................... 1998-99 .................................................... 1996-97 .................................................... 1995-96 .................................................... 2004-05

ASSISTS A S - DIV. I .................................................... 1994-95 .................................................... 1997-98 .................................................... 1991-92 .................................................... 1993-94 .................................................... 1992-93 STEALS S T (SINCE 1986-87) .................................................... 1986-87 .................................................... 1987-88 .................................................... 1990-91 .................................................... 2000-01 .................................................... 2004-05 STEALS S T - DIV. I .................................................... 2000-01 .................................................... 2004-05 .................................................... 2001-02 .................................................... 1999-00 .................................................... 2006-07 .................................................... 2008-09 .................................................... 2007-08 .................................................... 2006-07 ...................................................... 2005-06 ...................................................... 2009-10 BLOCKS - DIV. I B .................................................... 2008-09 .................................................... 2007-08 .................................................... 2006-07 96 9 6 ...................................................... 2005-06 90 9 0 ...................................................... 2009-10

FFREE R THROW PERCENTAGE .................................. 1989-90 ................................... 1991-92 ................................... 1999-00 .................................. 2000-01 .................................. 1990-91 FFREE R THROW PERCENTAGE - DIV. I ................................... 1991-92 ................................... 1999-00 .................................. 2000-01 ................................... 2005-06 .................................. 2006-07

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TEAM SINGLE-GAME RECORDS MOST POINTS SCORED 1. 139 vs. Averett College ........................................ 2/23/1988 2. 125 vs. Averett College ........................................... 3. 122 at Averett College .......................................... 4. 121 vs. North Carolina Wesleyan ......................... 5. 120 at Averett College .......................................... 6. 116 vs. Methodist College ................................... 12/3/1983 116 vs. Averett College ........................................ 8. 112 vs. Averett College ......................................... .........................................2/24/1987 9. 110 vs. Methodist College .................................... ....................................12/2/1981 10. 106 vs. North Carolina Wesleyan .......................... MOST POINTS SCORED (DIVISION I ERA) 1. 104 vs. Coastal Carolina ...................................... ......................................1/11/1997 2. 103 vs. Radford.................................................... ....................................................1/13/1997 3. 101 at Radford ....................................................... .......................................................2/4/1997 4. 100 vs. Providence (L 105-100) ......................... 5. 99 vs. South Carolina State .................................... ....................................1/4/1997 6. 96 at UNC Wilmington ............................................ ............................................1/6/1992 96 vs. Winthrop ................................................... 8. 95 vs. Georgia Southern ...................................... 2/20/1999 95 vs. Wofford ...................................................... ......................................................2/21/1999 10. 94 vs. Radford........................................................ FEWEST POINTS SCORED 1. 27 at Wake Forest Forest............................................... ............................................... 2. 29 at NC State ................................................... ...................................................11/11/2007 3. 32 at High Point ..................................................... .....................................................2/2/1971 4. 33 vs. Chattanooga ............................................... 5. 34 at Wake Forest (W 34-26) .................................. 34 at NC State ....................................................... .......................................................2/5/1979 7. 37 vs. East Tennessee State.................................. 39 at Duke ......................................................... .........................................................11/18/2007 9. 39 vs. Western Carolina .................................................. 39 vs. NC State .................................................. 39 vs. Virginia .................................................... ....................................................11/24/1981 39 at West Virginia ............................................ FEWEST POINTS SCORED (DIVISION I ERA) 1. 27 at Wake Forest Forest............................................... ............................................... 2. 29 at NC State ................................................... ...................................................11/11/2007 3. 33 vs. Chattanooga ............................................... 4. 39 at Duke ......................................................... .........................................................11/18/2007 39 at West Virginia ............................................ 6. 40 at Charlotte .................................................. 7. 41 at Appalachian State .................................... 8. 42 at Furman ......................................................... .........................................................1/8/1997 42 at Clemson................................................... 42 at Furman ...................................................... 42 at Liberty....................................................... .......................................................11/17/2009 42 at Western Carolina ......................................... MOST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 131 by NC State ................................................... ...................................................2/22/1979 2. 119 by Kent State .............................................. 12/29/1993 3. 116 by NC State ................................................. 4. 111 by NC State ..................................................... .....................................................2/5/1979 5. 109 by East Carolina ............................................ ............................................1/29/1979 6. 105 by Providence ............................................. 7. 103 by Concordia (Minn.) .................................... 103 by North Carolina ....................................... 9. 102 by Winthrop ................................................... ...................................................1/27/1979 102 by North Carolina Wesleyan ............................. .............................2/9/1981 MOST POINTS ALLOWED (DIVISION I ERA) 1. 119 by Kent State .............................................. 12/29/1993 2. 105 by Providence ............................................. 3. 103 by North Carolina ....................................... 4. 98 by Duke ......................................................... 98 by Arizona ...................................................... 6. 97 by Wake Forest ............................................... 7. 95 by Illinois State ............................................ 8. 94 by Alabama .................................................... 9. 93 by College of Charleston .................................... ....................................2/2/1992 10. 92 by Davidson .................................................... ....................................................2/27/1999

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................................................ ................................................3/10/1970 .......................................... ......................................... ................................................... .................................................. ................................................... ....................................................... .............................................. ............................................ ........................................... FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED (DIVISION I ERA) ........................................................... ....................................................... .................................................... .................................... ........................................................... .................................................. 39 by Maryland-Eastern Shore........................... ........................... ........................................................... .............................................. ................................. ......................................

......................... ............................. ......................... ........................... ............................... ........................12/2/1981 ........................ ....................... ...................... ............................. ....................

........................ .............................................. 3. 43 (88-45) at North Carolina A&T ........................ ....................................... ................................. ...................................... ......................................... .........................................1/6/2001 .......................... ............. .........................................

.......................................... ............................................. 3. 51 vs. North Carolina Wesleyan............................ ............................ .......................................... 50 vs. North Carolina Wesleyan ............................ ........................................... ........................................ ............................................ ............................................ ........................................... FIELD GOALS MADE (DIVISION I ERA) ........................................ ........................................12/7/1991 ................................ .......................................... ................................................... ................................................... ...................................... ......................................12/4/1991 ............................................ .............................................. ......................................... ...................................

Alisa Moore

Alisa Moore was part of the squad that dished out a school-record 30 assists against Winthrop on Feb. 17, 1993.

........................................ 2/23/1988 ......................................... .........................................2/24/1987 2/24/1987 .......................................... ..........................................1/16/1988 1/16/1988 .......................................... 12/1/1984 ............................................. .............................................2/8/1988 2/8/1988 ........................................... 2/20/1987 7. 86 vs. North Carolina Wesleyan ............................ 7. ............................2/16/1985 2/16/1985 ........................................ ........................................2/4/1987 2/4/1987 ........................................ 12/14/1985 ....................................... .......................................2/2/1987 2/2/1987

................................ 1/20/2001 ........................................................ ........................................................1/9/2001 1/9/2001 ........................................................ ........................................................2/5/2001 2/5/2001 .................................. 12/29/1997 ...................................................... ......................................................1/13/1997 1/13/1997 ..................................................... 2/26/1999 ................................. 2/16/2002 ..................................................... 1/19/2009 ........................................................... ...........................................................1/13/2010 1/13/2010 ......................................................... .........................................................2/4/1997 2/4/1997 ............................................................. 2/1/2005 75 at High Point ................................................ 11/29/2005

.............................. ..............................2/11/1994 2/11/1994 ....................... .......................2/27/1988 2/27/1988 ...................... ......................1/8/1987 1/8/1987 ............. 2/26/1988 .................................... 2/13/1993 ............ 2/20/1988 ........................ 12/4/1999 ........................ 2/23/1988 ......................................... .........................................2/9/1991 2/9/1991 ........................... ...........................3/4/1994 3/4/1994

.................................... 2/13/1993 ........................ 12/4/1999 3. .611 (33-54) vs. Coastal Carolina ........................... 3. ...........................3/4/1994 3/4/1994 4.. .608 (31-51) vs. Wofford ....................................... 2/8/2003 4 5.. .604 (32-53) vs. Charleston Southern.................. 2/26/1993 5

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6. .603 (38-63) vs. Coastal Carolina........................... .603 (38-63) vs. Winthrop ................................... 8. .600 (36-60) vs. Georgia Southern ...................... 9. .597 (28-47) vs. Towson ...................................... 10 .595 (22-37) vs. Appalachian State ........................ 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 12 vs. Illinois ...................................................... 12 vs. Radford...................................................... 3. 11 at Radford ......................................................... 4. 10 at Georgia Southern .......................................... 10 at Marshall ................................................... 10 vs. Appalachian State ....................................... 10 vs. Appalachian State ..................................... 10 vs. Georgia Southern ....................................... .......................................1/25/2010 0 9. 9, nine times FREE THROWS MADE 1. 37 at Elon Elon............................................................ ............................................................ 12/2/1998 8 37 vs. Davidson ...................................................... 3. 34 vs. Hartford .................................................. 34 at UNC Asheville .............................................. 5. 33 vs. College of Charleston .................................. 6. 32 vs. South Carolina State .................................... 7. 31 vs. Greensboro College .................................... 31 vs. Towson ...................................................... 9. 29 at North Carolina Central................................... FREE THROWS MADE (DIVISION I ERA) 1. 37 at Elon Elon............................................................ ............................................................ 37 vs. Davidson ...................................................... 3. 34 vs. Hartford .................................................. 34 at UNC Asheville .............................................. 5. 33 vs. College of Charleston .................................. 6. 32 vs. South Carolina State .................................... 7. 31 vs. Greensboro College .................................... 31 vs. Towson ...................................................... 9. 29 vs. Charlotte ................................................. 10. 28 at Coastal Carolina ........................................... FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 55 vs. Hartford .................................................. 2. 50 at Elon ........................................................... 3. 48 at UNC Asheville .............................................. 4. 47 vs. UNC Asheville ........................................... 47 vs. Davidson ...................................................... 6. 44 vs. South Carolina State .................................... 7. 42 at Wofford .................................................... 8. 41 at Charlotte .................................................... 9. 40 vs. St. Augustine’s ............................................. 10. 39 at UMBC ......................................................... 39 vs. Towson .................................................... 39 vs. College of Charleston .................................. FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED (DIVISION I ERA) 1. 55 vs. Hartford .................................................. 2. 50 at Elon ........................................................... 3. 48 at UNC Asheville .............................................. 4. 47 vs. UNC Asheville ........................................... 47 vs. Davidson ...................................................... 6. 44 vs. South Carolina State .................................... 7. 42 at Wofford .................................................... 8. 41 at Charlotte .................................................... 9. 39 vs. Towson .................................................... 39 vs. College of Charleston .................................. FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 attempts) 1. 1.000 (13-13) vs. Liberty ..................................... 1.000 (11-11) vs. Campbell ................................. 3. .939 (31-33) vs. Greensboro Greensboro................................. ................................. 4. .917 (11-12) vs. Centre College .............................. 5. .913 (21-23) vs. UNC Wilmington Wilmington......................... ......................... 6. .913 (21-23) vs. Radford ..................................... 7. .909 (10-11) at St. Andrews Andrews.................................... .................................... 8. .900 (9-10) at Appalachian State ........................... 9. .894 (17-19) vs. Virginia Wesleyan........................ 10. .889 (24-27) vs. Holy Cross ....................................

..................................... ................................. ..................................... 3 .900 (9-10) at Appalachian State ........................... 3. .................................... ................................... ................... ....................................... ........................ .880 (22-25) vs. Davidson ...................................

................................................... ...................................................... ........................................... ................................................... ........................................ ........................................................ ...................................................... ................................... ..................................................... 1 57 vs. Davidson ...................................................... 10. ....................................................... REBOUNDS (DIVISION I ERA) R ...................................................... ........................................... ................................................... ........................................ ........................................................ ...................................................... ................................... ..................................................... ...................................................... ....................................................... ..................................

........................................................ 1/2/2005 20 vs. Wofford ..................................................... 1/19/2009 8. 19 at UNC Asheville .............................................. ..............................................2/11/1993 2/11/1993 19 vs. Maryland-Eastern Shore .......................... 11/25/1995 ........................................ ........................................1/15/2001 1/15/2001 ..................................... 1/30/2001

...................................... ......................................1/31/1986 1/31/1986 ........................................................ ........................................................2/16/1998 2/16/1998 ....................................................... 1/24/2006 ....................................................... 1/5/2009 ....................................... 2/23/2009 ............................................................ 2/27/2009 ........................................................ ........................................................2/12/2010 2/12/2010 ......................................... .........................................11/25/1991 11/25/1991 ......................................................... .........................................................1/17/1998 1/17/1998 ................................................ ................................................1/13/2001 1/13/2001 ........................................................ 2/4/2003 ........................................... ...........................................1/8/2007 1/8/2007 ..................................................... 12/28/2007

........................................................ ........................................................2/16/1998 2/16/1998 ....................................................... 1/24/2006 ....................................................... 1/5/2009 ....................................... 2/23/2009 ............................................................ 2/27/2009 ........................................................ ........................................................2/12/2010 2/12/2010 ......................................... .........................................11/25/1991 11/25/1991 ......................................................... .........................................................1/17/1998 1/17/1998 ................................................ ................................................1/13/2001 1/13/2001 ........................................................ 2/4/2003 ...........................................1/8/2007 ........................................... 1/8/2007

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.................................................... .............................. ............................................ ........................................... ................................................... ................................... ......................................................... ....................................................... 27 vs. Campbell .................................................. .....................................................

Ruby Smith

Ruby Smith’s 1985-86 team set a school record with 71 rebounds against Guilford College on Nov. 22, 1985.

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...................................... .............................. 3 21 vs. Chattanooga .............................................. 3. 21 vs. North Carolina A&T.................................... 5. 20 at Wofford ...................................................... 5

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HONORS Division I (1991-present) NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE ......................... 1998 NIT TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE ............................. .............................2002 SOCON CHAMPIONSHIPS Tournament ............................................................. 1998 Regular season .................................... ....................................1998, 1999, 2002 BIG SOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS Regular season ............... 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS Sheraton Classic at Cornell ...................................... 1991 South Florida Tournament ........................................ 1992 UNCG Classic.................. ..................1992, 1995, 1998, 2002, 2003 UNCG Thanksgiving Tournament ...............................

2 2000-01................................ Brianne Dodgen, First Team ................................ ............................... .................................... .................................... .................................................... . ALL-SOCON FRESHMAN TEAM A .................................................... ..................................................... .................................................... .................................................... ALL-SOCON TOURNAMENT TEAM A .......................................

SOCON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008-09.................................................... 2008-09 ....................................................

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SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2004-05 ....................................................

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PRESEASON SOCON PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002-03................................................. 2002-03 ................................................. Jacinda Lambert 2006-07.....................................................

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SOCON COACH OF THE YEAR 1998-99, 2001-02 ......................................... ALL-SOCON MEDIA ASSOCIATION TEAM 2000-01........................ ChoRhonda Gwaltney, First Team .......................................... 2001-02................................ ............................................ 2003-04 .......................... ..........................Jacinda Lambert, Second Team 2005-06.................................... 2005-06 .................................... 2006-07.................................... .............................................. Jasmine Byrd, Second Team ALL-SOUTHERN CONFERENCE 1997-98 ....................................... ............................................Rebecca Viverette, First Team ............................................ 1998-99.............................. .................................. 1999-00........................

.................................... ............................... ................................ SOCON TOURNAMENT MVP S .................................................. .......................................... ............................. ............................. ............................. ................. ...................

Kristen Boone Kristen Boone was a two-time first-team All-Southern Conference selection and was the SoCon Freshman of the Year in 2004-05. She was also the league’s preseason player of the year in 2006-07. Agne Girstautaite, Jasmine Dixon ..Gini Grimsley, Agne Girstautaite, Monique Floyd ..Gini ...................... Monique Floyd, Agne Girstautaite, Amy Clapper, Jazz Weaver SOCON PLAYER OF THE MONTH S November 2006 Jasmine Byrd N SOCON PLAYER OF THE WEEK S Biz Brediger; Feb. 23, 1998 Biz Brediger; Melinda Goodson; Dec. 20, 1999 Melinda Feb. 21, 2000 Brianne Dodgen; Jan. 21, 2002 Samika Foster; Dec. 16, 2002 Amanda Eaton; Jan. 13, S Lindsey Reed; Feb. 17, 2003 Nicole Murray; Feb. 14, Kemena Brooks; Nov. 28, 2006 Jasmine Byrd; Jan. 9, Kristen Boone; Feb. 24, 2009 Monique Floyd; March Amanda Leigh SOCON STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK S Jasmine Dixon; Jan. 22, 2008 Jasmine Dixon; Gini Grimsley; Dec. 23, 2009 Amy Clapper; Monique Floyd BIG SOUTH PLAYER OF THE YEAR B ..................................................... Vickie Henson BIG SOUTH COACH OF THE YEAR B ......................................................... Lynne Agee ALL-BIG SOUTH A .................................... ....................................Vickie Vickie Henson, First Team ............................................Micky . Micky Haywood, Second Team .................................... ....................................Vickie Vickie Henson, First Team 1994-95 19 1 9 .................................. Alisa Moore, Second Team ..................................................Julie . Julie Moore, Second Team 1995-96 19 1 9 ....................................... .......................................Alisa Alisa Moore, First Team

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................................................. .................................................Julie Moore, Second Team 1996-97 .............................. Melinda Goodson, First Team

NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES N 1991 19 1 9

ALL-BIG SOUTH ROOKIE TEAM 1993-94........................................................ Serena King 1995-96..................................................... .....................................................Sam Ferguson 1996-97 ................................................ ................................................Melinda Goodson

DIXIE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS (DIVISION III) D TTournament o .......... ..........1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 Regular season ..... R .....1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988

ALL-BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT TEAM 1992-93................................................... ...................................................Micky Haywood ................................................................... Vickie Henson 1993-94..................................................... Vickie Henson ...................................................................... Alisa Moore 1994-95............................................................... ...............................................................Jai Cole ...................................................................... Alisa Moore 1996-97 ................................................ ................................................Melinda Goodson BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT MVP 1994-95........................................................ Alisa Moore ACADEMIC ALL-BIG SOUTH 1996-97 ..................................................... Jennifer Lewis BIG SOUTH PLAYER OF THE WEEK Dec. 21, 1992 Vickie Henson; Jan. 11, 1993 Micky Haywood;; Jan. 25, 1993 Vickie Henson; Feb. 9, 1993 Vickie Henson;; March 8, 1993 Vickie Henson; Jan. 10, 1994 Vickie Henson;; Dec. 11, 1994 Jai Cole; Jan. 1, 1995 Julie Moore; Feb. 12,, 1995 Julie Moore; March 5, 1995 Alisa Moore; Feb. 26,, 1996 Alisa Moore; March 3, 1996 Julie Moore; Feb. 9, 1997 7 Rebecca Viverette BIG SOUTH FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK Jan. 4, 1993 Julie Moore; March 1, 1993 Julie Moore; Marchh 8, 1993 Julie Moore; Jan. 14, 1996 Sam Ferguson; Jan. 6,, 1997 Melinda Goodson; Jan. 27, 1997 Melinda Goodson;; Feb. 9, 1997 Melinda Goodson NCCSIA All-State Kristen Boone (first team) ................................... ...................................2005-06

TOURNAMENT TTO O CHAMPIONSHIP (AIAW) Winthrop Tournament ............................................... 1972 W AMERICAN WOMEN’S SPORTS FEDERATION (AWSF) A ALL-AMERICANS (DIVISION III) A 1981-82 19 1 9 .................................... Carol Peschel, First Team .......................................Jody . Mangus, Honorable Mention KODAK ALL-AMERICANS (DIVISION III) K 1982-83 19 1 9 .............................. ..............................Michele Blazevich, First Team 1983-84 19 1 9 ................................. .................................Renee Coltrane, Third Team ........................................... . Wendy Engelmann, Third Team 1987-88 19 1 9 ......................................... .........................................Angie Polk, First Team KODAK ALL-REGION (DIVISION II) K 1988-89 19 1 9 ......................................... .........................................Angie Polk, First Team DIVISION III ALL-TOURNAMENT D 1981-82 19 1 9 ...................................................... ......................................................Carol Peschel ....................................................................Sherry . Sydney ALL-SOUTH (DIVISION III) A 1982-83 19 1 9 ............................................... ...............................................Michele Blazevich 1983-84 19 1 9 ................................................... ...................................................Renee Coltrane ............................................................. . Wendy Engelmann 1985-86 19 1 9 .......................................................... Angie Polk ...................................................................Natalie . Conner 1986-87 19 1 9 .......................................................... Angie Polk 1987-88 19 1 9 .......................................................... Angie Polk ALL-DIXIE CONFERENCE (DIVISION III) A 1981-82 19 1 9 ..................................... Jody Mangus, First Team Carol Peschel, First Team .............................. ..............................Michele Blazevich, First Team

TEAM SUPERLATIVE AWARDS (INTRODUCED 2008-09) DEFENSIVE PLAYER 2008-09.................................................... 2008-09 .................................................... Monique Floyd 2009-10................................................. .................................................TaShama Bannerr CLUTCH PLAYER 2008-09...................................................... 2008-09 ...................................................... Lakiah Hyson 2009-10...................................................... Lakiah Hyson

..............................................Sherry .. Sh Sydney, Sd S Secondd TTeam 1983-84 19 1 9 .................................. ..................................Renee Renee Coltrane, First Team ............................................Wendy .. Wendy Engelmann, First Team ........................................Michele .. Michele Blazevich, Second Team 1984-85 19 1 9 .................................. ..................................Renee Renee Coltrane, First Team ............................................Wendy .. Wendy Engelmann, First Team 1985-86 19 1 9 ........................................ Lisa Seidel, First Team .............................................Natalie .. Natalie Conner, Second Team ..................................................Ruby .. Ruby Smith, Second Team 1986-87 19 1 9 .................................. Natalie Conner, First Team .......................................................Ruby .. Ruby Smith, First Team ................................................... .. Angie Polk, Second Team 1987-88 19 1 9 .......................................... ..........................................Angie Angie Polk,First Team ..................................................Chris .. Chris Holec, Second Team ALL-DIXIE A L TOURNAMENT TEAM (DIVISION III) 1982-83 19 1 9 ............................................... ...............................................Michele Michele Blazevich ..................................................................... .. Marie Cawley ................................................................... .. Brenda Tolbert ......................................................................Jody .. Jody Mangus .....................................................................Carol .. Carol Peschel 19 1 9 1983-84 ............................................... ...............................................Michele Michele Blazevich ..................................................................Renee .. Renee Coltrane ............................................................. .. Wendy Engelmann ................................................................... .. Brenda Tolbert 19 1 9 1984-85 ................................................... ...................................................Renee Renee Coltrane .........................................................................Lisa .. Lisa Seidel 1985-86 19 1 9 ......................................................... Ruby Smith 1986-87 19 1 9 .................................................... ....................................................Natalie Natalie Conner ......................................................................... .. Angie Polk .......................................................................Julia .. Julia Weaver 19 1 9 1987-88 .............................................. ..............................................Stephanie Stephanie Johnson ......................................................................... .. Angie Polk

MOST IMPROVED 2008-09................................................ 2008-09 ................................................Agne Girstautaite 2009-10..................................................... .....................................................Amanda Leigh SPARTAN MOTIVATOR/SPIRIT AWARD 2008-09..................................................... 2008-09 .....................................................Ashley Mullins 2009-10........................................................ ........................................................Brey Dorsett UNSUNG HERO 2008-09................................................. 2008-09 .................................................TaShama Bannerr 2009-10...................................................... ......................................................Kendra Smith SPARTAN AWARD 2008-09...................................................... 2008-09 ...................................................... Gini Grimsleyy 2009-10.................................................... Monique Floyd Pre-NCAA (1969-81), Division III (1981-89), Division II (1989-91) AIAW TOURNAMENT APPEARANCE 1972 NCAA DIVISION III TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988

Vickie Henson Vickie Henson was a two-time All-Big South Conference selection and the Big South Player of the Year in 1993-94, when she led UNCG with 16.5 points per game.

Michele Blazevich Michele Blazevich was an NCAA Div. III first-team Kodak All-American in 1982-83. Blazevich was also a two-time All-Dixie Conference selection.

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DIXIE TOURNAMENT MVP (DIVISION III) D 19 1 9 1981-82 ...................................................... ......................................................Carol Carol Peschel 19 1 9 1982-83 ...................................................... Marie Cawley 1986-87 19 1 9 .......................................................... Angie Polk DIXIE COACH OF THE YEAR (DIVISION III) D 19 1 9 1981-82, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88 .......... Lynne Agee

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1969-70 Record: 9-2 Head coach: June Galloway

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LYNCHBURG ............................... ...............................W W at Wake Forest ............................ ............................W W HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W WINTHROP.................................. ..................................W W vs. Tennessee* ........................... ...........................W W vs. East Tennessee State* ........... ...........LL at Lynchburg ............................... ...............................W W WESTERN CAROLINA .................. ..................LL MARS HILL ................................. .................................W W 10 WAKE FOREST FOREST............................. .............................W W 12 at High Point ............................... ...............................W W

3 10 12 20 21 M 3 6

1972-73 Record: 14-4 Head coach: Marilyn Gibbs 41-33 34-26 56-37 50-46 53-47 37-39 61-50 39-52 45-40 50-21 41-37

* Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) 1970-71 Record: 12-8 Head coach: June Galloway J 12 14 16 F 2 4 9 11 16 19 20 20 M 2 5 6 9 11 24 25 26 27

AVERETT ..................................... .....................................W W EAST CAROLINA .......................... ..........................LL at Lynchburg ............................... ...............................W W at High Point ............................... ...............................LL WINTHROP.................................. ..................................W W at Averett .................................... ....................................W W at North Carolina ........................ ........................W W LYNCHBURG ............................... ...............................W W vs. East Tennessee State* ........... ...........W W vs. South Carolina* .................... ....................W W vs. Western Carolina* ................. .................LL HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W vs. Western Carolina# ................. .................LL at Mars Hill ................................. .................................LL NORTH CAROLINA ....................... .......................W W at Winthrop ................................ ................................LL vs. Illinois State% ....................... .......................W W vs. Kansas State% ...................... ......................W W vs. Mississippi State% ................ ................LL vs. So. Connecticut St.% ............. .............LL

42-37 42-53 55-52 32-47 40-35 53-49 58-42 58-35 65-43 58-51 66-74 42-36 51-62 44-57 46-41 47-52 63-39 53-47 43-66 47-54

* Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) # at Mars Hill, N.C. % National Invitational Women’s Intercollegiate Tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) NIWIT fourth place

J 13 19 23 25 30 F 1 3 6 9 10 13 14 16 17 17 20 23 M 2

6 11 F 1 3 8 10 15 16 18 19 19 22 25 26 29 M 3 4 4 7 10 10

CATAWBA ................................... ...................................W W at Averett .................................... ....................................W W at North Carolina ........................ ........................W W WINTHROP.................................. ..................................LL AVERETT ..................................... .....................................W W at Duke....................................... .......................................W W LIVINGSTONE LIVINGSTONE.............................. ..............................W W APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................W W vs. East Tennessee State* ........... ...........W W vs. Appalachian State* ............... ...............W W vs. Tennessee* ........................... ...........................W W at East Carolina .......................... ..........................LL WESTERN CAROLINA .................. ..................LL MARS HILL ................................. .................................W W BENNETT .................................... ....................................W W CAMPBELL ................................. .................................W W vs. Catawba#.............................. ..............................W W vs. Western Carolina# ................. .................W W DUKE.......................................... ..........................................W W South Carolina%......................... .........................W W Tennessee-Martin% .................... ....................LL

59-52 52-26 52-40 59-55 62-57 53-44 57-51 55-69 41-31 54-61 49-44 55-45 42-61 54-46 67-60 48-43 75-52 44-51

* at Cullowhee, N.C. # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Elon College, N.C.)

J 19 24 26 29 F 1 2 5 7 9 12 15 16 16 22 22 23

LONGWOOD................................ ................................W W HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W at East Carolina .......................... ..........................W W at North Carolina ........................ ........................LL WESTERN CAROLINA .................. ..................LL MARS HILL ................................. .................................W W at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................W W WINTHROP.................................. ..................................W W at Wake Forest ............................ ............................LL vs. Appalachian State* ............... ...............LL vs. East Tennesseee State* ......... .........W W vs. Western Carolina* ................. .................LL EAST CAROLINA#........................ ........................W W ELON# ........................................ ........................................LL NORTH CAROLINA#..................... .....................W W

51-36 58-44 52-45 44-54 65-69 61-47 59-72 53-52 55-38 60-62 51-59 60-54 52-53 63-50 50-64 66-64

1974-75 Record: 8-11 Head coach: Marilyn Gibbs

* Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) # at High Point, N.C. % AIAW Regionals (Boone, N.C.)

J 18 21 23 24 28 31 F 1 4 7 8 11 14 14 15 18 20 22 24 27

at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W at High Point ............................... ...............................W W at Winthrop ................................ ................................LL SOUTH CAROLINA ....................... .......................LL at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL vs. South Carolina* .................... ....................LL vs. East Carolina* ....................... .......................LL EAST CAROLINA .......................... ..........................LL at Mars Hill ................................. .................................LL vs. Western Carolina# ................. .................W W NORTH CAROLINA ....................... .......................LL vs. South Carolina% .................... ....................W W vs. Winthrop% Winthrop%............................. .............................W W vs. College of Charleston% .......... ..........LL at Appalachian State .................. ..................W W ELON .......................................... ..........................................LL APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................W W WAKE FOREST FOREST............................. .............................W W vs. Western Carolina^ ................. .................LL

at High Point ............................... ...............................LL LONGWOOD................................ ................................LL NC STATE .................................... ....................................LL HIGH POINT ................................ ................................LL APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................LL vs. Radford* ............................... ...............................W W at Elon*...................................... ......................................W W vs. East Carolina* ....................... .......................LL at East Carolina .......................... ..........................LL WESTERN CAROLINA .................. ..................LL MARS HILL ................................. .................................W W at Wake Forest ............................ ............................LL vs. Tennessee# (OT) .................... ....................W W vs. Appalachian State# ............... ...............LL at North Carolina ........................ ........................LL WINTHROP.................................. ..................................LL at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL at Appalachian State .................. ..................LL Western Carolina% ..................... .....................LL

73-97 57-75 71-80 72-97 54-68 68-54 71-60 57-69 68-86 60-82 68-62 67-69 81-79 58-66 45-66 69-74 72-76 66-75 61-75

1976-77 Record: 3-16 (1-7 NCAIAW) Head coach: Marilyn Gibbs

* Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) # NCAIAW Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.)

50-29 59-31 52-38 45-57 53-30 55-41 67-24 50-46 79-50 52-35 51-36 47-48 47-53 57-47 60-21 56-35 56-41 57-52 40-36 54-38 50-54

D 10 17 22 26 28 30 30 31 F 3 6 7 12 13 13 17 19 24 M 1 4

1977-78 Record: 6-16 (2-8 NCAIAW) Head coach: Jan Donohue

* Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) # Elon Tournament (Elon College, N.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.)

1973-74 Record: 9-7 Head coach: Marilyn Gibbs

1971-72 Record: 17-4 Head coach: June Galloway J

at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W at Winthrop ................................ ................................W W NORTH CAROLINA ....................... .......................W W at Appalachian State .................. ..................W W at Catawba ................................. .................................W W ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W EAST CAROLINA .......................... ..........................LL at Western Carolina .................... ....................W W Mars Hill* Hill*................................... ...................................LL APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................W W at High Point ............................... ...............................W W at Winthrop# .............................. ..............................LL vs. East Tennessee State# ........... ...........W W vs. South Carolina# .................... ....................W W WINTHROP.................................. ..................................W W NC STATE .................................... ....................................W W High Point% ................................ ................................LL

1975-76 Record: 4-15 Head coach: Marilyn Gibbs

D 10 at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL 68-81 J 13 EAST TENNESSEE STATE.............. ..............LL 92-93 15 at Longwood ............................... ...............................LL 66-67 18 at East Carolina* ........................ ........................W W 92-86 20 NORTH CAROLINA*..................... .....................LL 75-95 22 at Winthrop ................................ ................................LL 77-101 25 at High Point ............................... ...............................LL 47-86 28 EAST CAROLINA*........................ ........................LL 65-77 29 No. 14 NC STATE* ....................... .......................LL 61-84 F 1 at North Carolina* ...................... ......................LL 45-74 4 at Western Carolina .................... ....................LL 60-68 5 at Mars Hill ................................. .................................LL 68-87 10 ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W 80-72 12 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................LL 54-66 15 at No. 9 NC State* ...................... ......................LL 49-81 18 at Winthrop# .............................. ..............................LL 74-81 18 vs. Western Carolina# ................. .................LL 58-67 21 WAKE FOREST FOREST............................. .............................W W 65-59 24 vs. East Carolina% ...................... ......................LL 71-73 * NCAIAW Division I games # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.)

70-50 68-57 52-64 54-70 55-82 66-71 61-68 62-63 52-57 76-73 57-71 86-84 79-70 64-80 76-70 76-91 74-67 77-61 66-82

N 29 at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL D 1 at Duke* .................................... ....................................W W LONGWOOD................................ ................................LL 5 at No. 6 NC State* ...................... ......................LL 11 WAKE FOREST FOREST............................. .............................W W J 17 HIGH POINT ................................ ................................LL 22 EAST CAROLINA*........................ ........................LL 23 at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL 26 DUKE* ....................................... .......................................W W 28 at Charlotte ................................ ................................W W 31 No. 2 NC STATE* ......................... .........................LL F 3 at Western Carolina .................... ....................LL 6 MARS HILL ................................. .................................W W 7 at North Carolina A&T (OT) .......... ..........W W 9 vs. Florida State# State#........................ ........................LL 10 vs. East Carolina# ....................... .......................LL 14 NORTH CAROLINA*..................... .....................LL 17 WINTHROP.................................. ..................................LL 20 at East Carolina* ........................ ........................LL 23 APPALACHIAN STATE* (OT).......... ..........LL 25 at North Carolina* ...................... ......................LL M 2 vs. Appalachian State% (OT) ....... .......LL

75-77 82-55 64-75 41-98 86-52 58-90 48-75 74-83 81-63 66-55 50-77 59-91 80-73 69-68 57-65 55-79 69-76 64-69 57-87 78-84 68-92 76-80

* NCAIAW Division I games # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament 1978-79 Record: 1-20 (0-12 NCAIAW) Head coach: Ditty Speeler N 15 28 D 2 9 J 12 16 17 19 20 22 25 27 29 31 F 2 5 12 15 17 22

LONGWOOD................................ ................................LL No. 4 NC STATE* ......................... .........................LL at Longwood ............................... ...............................LL EAST CAROLINA*........................ ........................LL MARS HILL ................................. .................................LL DUKE* ....................................... .......................................LL DAVIDSON .................................. ..................................W W at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL NORTH CAROLINA ....................... .......................LL MERCER ..................................... .....................................LL at Winthrop ................................ ................................LL at East Carolina .......................... ..........................LL at Duke* .................................... ....................................LL UNC PEMBROKE ......................... .........................LL at No. 6 NC State* ...................... ......................LL at Davidson ................................ ................................LL at Wake Forest*.......................... ..........................LL at North Carolina* ...................... ......................LL NORTH CAROLINA A&T ............... ...............LL vs. No. 9 NC State#..................... .....................LL

68-74 39-116 50-69 55-100 61-74 51-65 58-52 49-91 62-83 40-99 55-94 58-102 43-109 52-64 56-89 34-111 44-67 76-84 57-99 63-67 47-131

* NCAIAW Division I games

* Elon Tournament (Elon College, N.C.) # at Mars Hill (Mars Hill, N.C.) % at Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) ^ NCAIAW Tournament (Boone, N.C.)

1979-80 team The 1979-80 team was the first in school history to reach 20 wins in a season, a remarkable turnaround after a 1-20 campaign the season before.

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9 13 16 19 22 23 M 1 2

1979-80 Record: 20-5 (11-1 NCAIAW) Head coach: Ditty Speeler/Jim Swiggett N 27 30 D 1 4 6 8 10 15 J 10 12 14 19 24 26 29 31 F 2 5 7 11 14 16 19 22 23

WINGATE .................................... ....................................W W at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W at Meredith................................. .................................W W at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................W W LONGWOOD................................ ................................LL at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................W W CATAWBA ................................... ...................................W W at Roanoke ................................. .................................W W WARREN WILSON ....................... .......................W W ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W BENNETT* .................................. ..................................LL MEREDITH .................................. ..................................W W at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W GUILFORD .................................. ..................................W W at Bennett* ................................ ................................W W DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W DUKE.......................................... ..........................................LL GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W GREENSBORO# .......................... ..........................W W ST. ANDREWS# ........................... ...........................W W METHODIST# .............................. ..............................LL

88-70 87-60 84-57 56-84 88-79 68-85 72-56 80-57 87-80 73-49 59-57 69-77 66-52 73-71 69-50 77-76 84-73 74-60 78-62 74-82 65-56 75-62 65-56 86-79 78-85

* NCAIAW Division III games # NCAIAW Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) (Jim Swiggett coached the last 17 games) 1980-81 Record: 9-14 (6-4 NCAIAW) Head coach: Robin Joseph N 22 at Wingate .................................. ..................................LL 48-76 D 3 at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................LL 57-73 6 at Meredith................................. .................................W W 60-45 10 at Appalachian State .................. ..................LL 56-75 12 GREENSBORO# .......................... ..........................W W 2-0 J 10 LONGWOOD................................ ................................LL 51-68 12 at Davidson ................................ ................................W W 55-54 17 ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W 71-54 19 at Guilford .................................. ..................................LL 51-61 21 at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W 76-65 24 at Bennett* ................................ ................................LL 50-76 27 at Greensboro# Greensboro#........................... ...........................W W 2-0 31 at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................LL 76-82 F 2 DAVIDSON .................................. ..................................W W 72-59 5 PFEIFFER .................................... ....................................LL 55-74 7 METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W 71-57 9 N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W 102-82 12 MEREDITH .................................. ..................................W W 68-50 14 BENNETT* .................................. ..................................LL 43-64 15 at Longwood ............................... ...............................LL 50-72 17 at Wake Forest ............................ ............................LL 56-92 19 at Barber-Scotia ......................... .........................LL 73-84 24 METHODIST^ .............................. ..............................W W 83-60 27 vs. Bennett% .............................. ..............................LL 52-68 28 vs. St. Andrews% ........................ ........................LL 74-93 * NCAIAW Division III games # forfeit wins (not counted) ^ NCAIAW Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Rocky Mount, N.C.) 1981-82 Record: 25-3 (12-0 DIAC, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 21 FERRUM ..................................... .....................................W W 82-73 N 22 BENNETT .................................... ....................................W W 70-52 24 VIRGINIA .................................... ....................................LL 39-78 D 2 METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W 110-42 4 at Averett .................................... ....................................W W 95-47 8 at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................W W 80-59 J 14 at Davidson ................................ ................................W W 67-40 18 at Pfeiffer ................................... ...................................W W 80-74 22 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*.......... ..........W W 98-70 23 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................W W 83-58 25 DAVIDSON .................................. ..................................W W 69-56 27 at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................W W 86-82 30 N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W 71-68 F 2 GUILFORD .................................. ..................................W W 94-74 4 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN .................. ..................LL 90-93

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................W W 94-69 LONGWOOD................................ ................................LL 76-97 N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W 106-88 AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W 96-54 at Greensboro# Greensboro#........................... ...........................W W 68-49 vs. Christopher Newport#............ ............W W 72-65 vs. LeMoyne-Owen^ .................... ....................W W 84-77 at Rust^ ..................................... .....................................LL 66-70

* Dixie Conference games + Eastern Connecticut State Brand Rex Tip-Off Tournament (Willimantic, Conn.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Holly Springs, Miss.) DIAC regular-season champions DIAC Tournament champions NCAA Division III tournament

1982-83 team

1985-86 Record: 24-4 (14-0 DIAC, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee

The 1982-83 team won both the DIAC regular-season and tournament championships and made a trip to the NCAA tournament for the second of seven straight seasons. 6 9 12 13 15 16 18 26 27 M 4 14 19 20

at LLongwoodd ............................... ...............................W W 74 74-67 6 67 ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W 71-65 at Christopher Newport* ............. .............W W 75-56 at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. .................W W 68-55 at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W 103-52 GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W 90-33 at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W 79-70 vs. N.C. Wesleyan# ..................... .....................W W 69-66 vs. St. Andrews# ......................... .........................W W 91-73 ST. ANDREWS^ ........................... ...........................W W 74-67 SUSQUEHANNA^ ........................ ........................W W 74-66 vs. Pomona-Pitzer+ ..................... .....................W W 77-66 at Elizabethtown+! (OT)............... ...............LL 66-67

* Dixie Conference games # Dixie Conference Tournament (Norfolk, Va.) ^ NCAA tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) + NCAA tournament (Elizabethtown, Pa.) ! NCAA DIII national championship game DIAC regular-season champions DIAC Tournament champions NCAA Division III tournament runner-up 1982-83 Record: 21-7 (11-1 DIAC, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 20 at Guilford .................................. ..................................W W 90-83 29 at Virginia ................................... ...................................LL 50-92 D 1 GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W 102-40 3 at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W 97-54 7 at Bennett .................................. ..................................W W 94-45 17 vs. Central Missouri State# ......... .........LL 61-94 18 vs. Mesa# ................................... ...................................W W 71-62 J 14 WILLIAM & MARY ........................ ........................W W 89-60 17 PFEIFFER .................................... ....................................W W 81-52 19 GUILFORD .................................. ..................................W W 83-64 21 at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. .................W W 73-53 22 at Christopher Newport* ............. .............W W 78-60 24 at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................W W 76-32 26 ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W 90-67 29 at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W 78-60 F 1 at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL 64-68 3 at Lenoir-Rhyne .......................... ..........................LL 59-67 5 LONGWOOD................................ ................................W W 63-47 9 at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................LL 74-77 11 CHRIST. NEWPORT*.................... ....................W W 76-70 12 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................W W 81-60 15 METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W 103-38 18 N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W 84-61 20 UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................LL 67-84 25 vs. St. Andrews% ........................ ........................W W 75-47 26 vs. Virginia Wesleyan%................ ................W W 80-64 M 3 KNOXVILLE+ ............................... ...............................LL 71-74 4 RUST+ ........................................ ........................................W W 68-61 * Dixie Conference games # Northern Colorado Tournament (Greeley, Colo.) % Dixie Conference Tournament (Rocky Mount, N.C.) + NCAA South Regional (Greensboro, N.C.) DIAC regular-season champions DIAC Tournament champions NCAA Division III tournament

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1983-84 1983 84 Record: 22-7 (11-3 DIAC, 2nd) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 19 22 D 1 3 7 9 10 J 13 14 18 20 21 24 26 28 31 F 2 4 7 10 11 14 17 18 21 24 25 M 2 3

GUILFORD .................................. ..................................W W at UNC Wilmington ..................... .....................LL at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................W W METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W at Averett*.................................. ..................................W W at Richmond ............................... ...............................LL at William & Mary (OT) ................ ................W W AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W MARY WASHINGTON ................... ...................W W at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................LL CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*.......... ..........W W at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................LL GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W at Guilford .................................. ..................................W W at Elon (OT) ................................ ................................LL at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W LENOIR-RHYNE ........................... ...........................W W at Christopher Newport* ............. .............W W at Virginia Wesleyan (OT) ............. .............LL ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W VA. COMMONWEALTH ................ ................W W at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W GREENSBORO% ......................... .........................W W vs. St. Andrews# ......................... .........................W W vs. Virginia Wesleyan# ................ ................W W vs. Knoxville^.............................. ..............................LL vs. Virginia Wesleyan^ ................ ................W W

85-66 69-100 81-50 116-51 102-68 72-82 61-56 94-37 76-61 94-59 68-76 75-71 67-72 80-64 78-72 88-74 78-79 66-64 90-71 60-46 93-100 93-80 83-69 98-93 77-59 91-67 85-80 74-82 70-69

* Dixie Conference games % Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Rocky Mount, N.C.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Holly Springs, Miss.) DIAC Tournament champions NCAA Division III x 1984-85 Record: 21-7 (10-2 DIAC, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 17 18 27 29 D 1 4 7 8 J 10 12 15 18 19 21 23 26 28 31 F 2 8

vs. Buffalo State+ ....................... .......................LL 71-80 vs. Cortland State+ ..................... .....................W W 83-57 at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W 90-60 GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W 70-32 AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W 116-38 at Elon ........................................ ........................................W W 74-56 at Catholic .................................. ..................................W W 60-59 at Gettysburg .............................. ..............................LL 77-81 at Averett*.................................. ..................................W W 122-59 at Mary Washington .................... ....................W W 85-69 METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W 71-44 at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. .................W W 83-59 at Christopher Newport* ............. .............W W 66-64 at Guilford .................................. ..................................LL 63-66 ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W 71-64 at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W 79-65 ROANOKE ................................... ...................................W W 93-79 at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................LL 69-76 GUILFORD .................................. ..................................W W 87-79 CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT*.......... ..........LL 83-85

N 22 23 D 3 6 7 10 14 J 4 5 8 11 13 17 18 21 23 25 29 31 F 3 7 8 11 15 18 21 28 M 1

GUILFORD .................................. ..................................LL 59-81 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne+ ....................... .......................W W 84-75 ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W 95-60 EASTERN MENNONITE ................ ................W W 69-66 at Catholic .................................. ..................................LL 72-90 GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W 85-73 AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W 104-22 ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W 73-44 TRENTON STATE .......................... ..........................W W 76-68 at Averett*.................................. ..................................W W 73-32 MARY WASHINGTON ................... ...................W W 91-63 at Roanoke ................................. .................................W W 76-61 VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................W W 87-77 CHRIST. NEWPORT ...................... ......................W W 73-64 METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W 76-60 at St. Andrews ............................ ............................W W 90-49 N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W 85-82 at Elon ........................................ ........................................W W 55-53 at Greensboro............................. .............................W W 68-56 at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W 76-73 at Christopher Newport* ............. .............W W 75-74 at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. .................W W 61-58 FERRUM ..................................... .....................................W W 96-76 at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W 86-59 AVERETT# ................................... ...................................W W 98-45 vs. Christopher Newport#............ ............LL 67-69 at Virginia Wesleyan^ Wesleyan^.................. ..................W W 84-75 vs. Rust^ .................................... ....................................LL 61-99

* Dixie Conference games + at Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Laurinburg, N.C.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Norfolk, Va.) DIAC regular-season champions NCAA Division III tournament second round 1986-87 Record: 27-3 (14-0 DIAC, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 21 22 25 D 3 6 9 11 J 5 8 10 13 17 20 23 24 27 29 F 2 4 10 13 14 18 20 21 24

HIGH POINT ................................ ................................LL vs. Lenoir-Rhyne+ (OT) ................ ................W W at Guilford .................................. ..................................W W at Elon ........................................ ........................................LL EASTERN MENNONITE ................ ................W W at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................W W BELMONT ABBEY ........................ ........................W W at Coastal Carolina ..................... .....................W W ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W at Mary Washington .................... ....................W W ROANOKE ................................... ...................................W W AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W at Virginia Wesleyan* ................. .................W W at Christopher Newport* ............. .............W W N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................W W METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W at Ferrum .................................... ....................................W W CHRIST. NEWPORT*.................... ....................W W VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................W W LIBERTY...................................... ......................................W W at Averett*.................................. ..................................W W at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W

73-96 71-68 71-66 68-81 89-60 71-61 65-63 73-50 103-46 81-44 81-49 88-47 84-52 78-65 60-58 89-74 72-57 100-51 102-60 97-84 82-80 84-57 87-75 103-56 95-80 112-56

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* at West Texas State Tournament (Canyon, Texas) 1990-91 Record: 21-9 Head coach: Lynne Agee

1987-88 team The 1987-88 club finished third in the NCAA Div. III tournament in the Spartans’ final season at that level. 27 28 M 6 7

vs. Greensboro# ......................... .........................W W at Christopher Newport# ............. .............W W vs. Centre^ ................................. .................................LL vs. Buffalo State^ ....................... .......................W W

92-56 93-75 69-79 83-74

* Dixie Conference games + at Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Newport News, Va.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Holly Springs, Miss.) DIAC regular-season champions DIAC Tournament champions NCAA Division III tournament 1987-88 Record: 26-7 (13-1 DIAC, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 21 22 24 D 1 4 5 7 9 12 J 9 11 13 16 19 22 23 27 30 F 2 4 8 12 13 16 20 23 26 27 M 2 3 11 18 19

vs. Kean+ ................................... ...................................LL vs. Muhlenberg+ ......................... .........................W W LONGWOOD................................ ................................W W ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W vs. Guilford& .............................. ..............................W W FERRUM ..................................... .....................................W W at North Carolina A&T ................ ................LL GREENSBORO* .......................... ..........................W W at Coastal Carolina ..................... .....................LL at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W at UMBC ..................................... .....................................LL at St. Andrews* .......................... ..........................W W at Averett*.................................. ..................................W W METHODIST* .............................. ..............................W W VIRGINIA WESLEYAN* ................. .................W W CHRIST. NEWPORT*.................... ....................W W at Greensboro* Greensboro*........................... ...........................LL at N.C. Wesleyan*....................... Wesleyan*.......................W W ST. ANDREWS* ........................... ...........................W W at Methodist* ............................. .............................W W AVERETT* ................................... ...................................W W at Christopher Newport ............... ...............W W at Virginia Wesleyan.................... ....................W W at Liberty .................................... ....................................LL N.C. WESLEYAN* ........................ ........................W W AVERETT# ................................... ...................................W W vs. N.C. Wesleyan# ..................... .....................W W vs. Virginia Wesleyan# ................ ................W W at Centre% ................................. .................................W W vs. Rust%.................................... ....................................W W at Luther$................................... ...................................W W at Concordia (Minn.)^ ................. .................LL vs. Southern Maine^ ................... ...................W W

71-74 81-39 78-77 83-80 66-61 101-42 60-79 84-64 62-65 74-71 81-83 80-63 120-36 99-54 89-66 85-58 74-84 90-82 94-59 85-66 125-51 101-87 80-78 90-96 121-89 139-39 103-64 75-72 81-77 66-64 55-52 66-103 68-66

* Dixie Conference games + at Eastern Connecticut State Tournament (Willimantic, Conn.) & at Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) % NCAA tournament (Danville, Ky.) $ NCAA tournament quarterfinals (Decorah, Iowa) ^ NCAA tournament Final Four (Morehead, Minn.) DIAC regular-season champions

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DIAC Tournament champions NCAA Division III tournament third place 1988-89 Record: 16-8 Head coach: Lynne Agee N 18 19 22 29 D 1 3 9 10 20 J 4 5 12 14 19 20 25 30 F 2 8 14 16 20 27 M 1

PFEIFFER .................................... ....................................W W ST. AUGUSTINE’S ........................ ........................W W at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W NORTH CAROLINA A&T ............... ...............W W UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................W W N.C. CENTRAL ............................. .............................W W at Towson ................................... ...................................W W at Navy ....................................... .......................................W W at Coastal Carolina ..................... .....................LL at South Florida .......................... ..........................LL at Tampa .................................... ....................................W W GUILFORD .................................. ..................................W W LONGWOOD................................ ................................W W at William & Mary ....................... .......................W W at Randolph-Macon .................... ....................W W at North Carolina A&T ................ ................LL WINTHROP.................................. ..................................W W UNC PEMBROKE ......................... .........................W W at St. Augustine’s Augustine’s........................ ........................LL CHARLOTTE ................................ ................................LL at Liberty .................................... ....................................LL at UNC Pembroke ....................... .......................LL at UNC Wilmington ..................... .....................W W at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL

96-61 83-82 82-58 80-56 86-76 89-71 90-87 73-66 62-68 66-96 89-63 84-58 86-72 73-59 87-71 65-67 87-65 89-76 67-72 67-84 86-95 77-92 92-89 66-83

1989-90 Record: 18-7 Head coach: Lynne Agee N 28 30 D 1 2 6 7 11 J 3 5 6 10 13 17 20 22 24 29 F 1 6 8 12 15 17 19 27

LONGWOOD................................ ................................W W 96-70 vs. Missouri-Rolla* ..................... .....................W W 66-53 vs. Cameron* ............................. .............................W W 88-74 at West Texas State*................... ...................LL 75-83 CATAWBA ................................... ...................................W W 82-58 UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................W W 97-87 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ............... ...............W W 80-66 at Cal.-Riverside ......................... .........................W W 100-90 at Cal Poly Pomona ..................... .....................LL 61-93 at Chapman................................ ................................LL 55-90 LINCOLN MEMORIAL................... ...................W W 98-97 BAPTIST...................................... ......................................W W 90-65 at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W 89-79 at Davis & Elkins ......................... .........................W W 81-71 CHARLOTTE ................................ ................................LL 63-78 at North Carolina A&T ................ ................LL 54-67 at UNC Pembroke ....................... .......................W W 76-66 at N.C. Central ............................ ............................W W 80-66 ST. AUGUSTINE’S ........................ ........................W W 105-91 USC SPARTANBURG ................... ...................LL 56-66 ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W 100-56 at Catawba ................................. .................................W W 84-69 at Winthrop ................................ ................................W W 73-63 UNC PEMBROKE ......................... .........................W W 93-62 at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL 71-98

N 23 24 27 30 D 1 4 10 29 31 J 4 5 8 15 19 21 23 26 28 31 F 2 6 9 13 16 20 21 26 28 M 7 8

vs. No. 16 Mississippi% .............. ..............LL 58-90 vs. Morgan State%...................... ......................W W 61-55 at St. Augustine’s Augustine’s........................ ........................W W 92-81 vs. Bridgeport# ........................... ...........................W W 93-52 at Pitt-Johnstown# ...................... ......................LL 87-93 CATAWBA ................................... ...................................W W 70-53 UNC PEMBROKE ......................... .........................W W 77-68 USC SPARTANBURG ................... ...................W W 73-69 NORFOLK STATE STATE.......................... ..........................LL 73-75 at Bentley ................................... ...................................LL 67-79 vs. Lock Haven+ .......................... ..........................W W 71-66 VIRGINIA STATE STATE........................... ...........................W W 91-61 LONGWOOD................................ ................................W W 95-49 WINTHROP.................................. ..................................W W 95-79 at Catawba ................................. .................................W W 80-58 NORTH CAROLINA A&T (OT) (C).... ....LL 64-65 at Longwood ............................... ...............................W W 101-82 COASTAL CAROLINA ................... ...................W W 83-52 at Virginia State .......................... ..........................LL 69-81 DAVIS & ELKINS ELKINS.......................... ..........................W W 89-33 at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL 56-72 at Wofford .................................. ..................................W W 97-56 at USC Spartanburg.................... ....................W W 72-66 PITT-JOHNSTOWN ....................... .......................W W 80-73 at Lincoln Memorial .................... ....................W W 76-74 at Western Carolina .................... ....................W W 84-71 WOFFORD................................... ...................................W W 95-50 at UNC Wilmington ..................... .....................LL 70-86 vs. Hampton^ ............................. .............................W W 72-63 at Norfolk State^ ........................ ........................LL 62-72

% Appalachian - Sheraton Classic (Boone, N.C.) # Mountain Cat Classic (Johnstown, Pa.) + at Waltham, Mass. (C) at Greensboro Coliseum ^ NCAA South Atlantic Regional (Norfolk, Va.) NCAA Division II tournament 1991-92 Record: 21-6 Head coach: Lynne Agee N 25 29 30 D 2 4 7 14 17 29 30 J 3 4 8 16 18 23 27 29

at Western Carolina .................... ....................W W vs. Loyola (Md.)+ ........................ ........................W W vs. UMass+ ................................. .................................W W CHARLESTON SOUTHERN SOUTHERN............ ............W W APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................W W COASTAL CAROLINA ................... ...................W W at Duke....................................... .......................................LL MICHIGAN STATE ........................ ........................LL vs. Austin Peay# ......................... .........................W W at Virginia Tech# ......................... .........................LL MD-EASTERN SHORE% ............... ...............W W COLL. OF CHARLESTON% ............ ............W W at UNC Wilmington ..................... .....................W W at UNC Asheville ......................... .........................W W WESTERN CAROLINA .................. ..................W W LIBERTY...................................... ......................................W W SOUTH FLORIDA FLORIDA.......................... ..........................LL CAMPBELL W

87-79 93-71 72-59 91-65 90-74 87-73 76-87 71-90 76-70 65-84 80-61 76-60 96-61 85-72 74-60 79-72 71-84 84-69

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2 3 5 10 20 24 27 M 3 5

at College of Charleston.............. ..............LL at Charleston Southern ............... ...............W W CHARLOTTE ................................ ................................LL at Appalachian State (OT) ............. W UNC ASHEVILLE .......................... ..........................W W at Winthrop ................................ ................................W W at Liberty .................................... ....................................W W UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................W W JAMES MADISON ........................ ........................W W

62-93 73-56 60-87 82-81 86-74 84-81 67-47 85-82 68-65

+ Sheraton Classic at Cornell (Ithaca, N.Y.) # at Virginia Tech Tournament (Blacksburg, Va.) % UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) 1992-93 Record: 19-10 (14-2 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee D 1 4 5 11 15 18 19 29 30 J 3 4 6 9 13 20 23 28 F 1 6 11 13 17 23 26 M 1 4 11 12 21

at Liberty* .................................. ..................................W W at Southwest Texas State# .......... ..........LL vs. South Alabama#.................... ....................LL DUKE.......................................... ..........................................LL STETSON .................................... ....................................W W vs. Akron%.................................. ..................................W W at South Florida% ....................... .......................W W vs. South Alabama^ .................... ....................LL vs. Morehead State^................... ...................LL CORNELL+ .................................. ..................................W W EAST CAROLINA+........................ ........................LL VIRGINIA TECH* TECH*.......................... ..........................W W UNC WILMINGTON* .................... ....................W W at James Madison*..................... .....................LL at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL UNC ASHEVILLE* ....................... .......................W W vs. North Carolina A&T (C)*......... .........W W at Coastal Carolina* ................... ...................W W at UNC Wilmington* ................... ...................W W at UNC Asheville* ....................... .......................W W at Campbell*.............................. ..............................W W WINTHROP* ............................... ...............................W W LIBERTY* ................................... ...................................W W CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......... .........W W at Clemson ................................. .................................LL RADFORD* ................................. .................................W W vs. Charleston Southern& ........... ...........W W vs. Towson& Towson&................................ ................................W W at Radford& ............................... ...............................LL

50-48 56-80 70-73 76-80 69-62 68-50 74-67 62-66 61-72 70-61 59-76 63-54 72-54 45-63 61-91 81-67 64-48 87-52 70-56 80-41 87-74 88-48 77-52 83-59 66-75 74-57 58-55 81-69 57-62

* Big South Conference game # at Southwest Texas Tournament (San Marcos, Texas) % at South Florida Holiday Classic (Tampa, Fla.) ^ at Days Inn Lady Eagle Invitational (Statesboro, Ga.) + UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum & Big South Tournament (Radford, Va.) Big South regular-season champions 1993-94 Record: 17-12 (13-5 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 28 UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................W W D 1 at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL W

77-54 48-61 54-46

1992-93 team In UNCG’s first season in the Big South Conference, the 1992-93 club won the league’s regular-season crown. Lynne Agee was named the Big South Coach of the Year.

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20SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE ................... ...................LL 48-64 29 at Kent State .............................. ..............................LL 68-119 30 at Dayton .................................... ....................................LL 65-82 J 2 IOWA STATE# .............................. ..............................LL 66-72 3 TEMPLE# (OT) ............................. .............................LL 72-77 7 at UNC Asheville* ....................... .......................W W 86-69 8 at Winthrop* .............................. ..............................W W 68-58 14 LIBERTY* ................................... ...................................LL 61-67 15 RADFORD* ................................. .................................W W 78-61 21 UMBC* ...................................... ......................................W W 74-56 22 TOWSON* .................................. ..................................W W 70-48 26 vs. North Carolina A&T (C) (OT) ......... .........W W 86-84 28 at Coastal Carolina* ................... ...................LL 69-76 29 at Charleston Southern* ............. .............W W 76-70 F 5 at Campbell*.............................. ..............................W W 69-68 11 UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................ ........................W W 90-54 12 WINTHROP* ............................... ...............................W W 84-67 18 at Liberty* .................................. ..................................W W 64-59 19 at Radford* ................................ ................................LL 69-71 25 at UMBC* UMBC*................................... ...................................LL 51-53 26 at Towson* ................................. .................................LL 63-76 M 4 COASTAL CAROLINA* ................. .................W W 78-55 5 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......... .........W W 84-55 10 UNC ASHEVILLE% ....................... .......................W W 77-74 11 TOWSON% .................................. ..................................W W 74-69 12 RADFORD% ................................ ................................LL 78-83

^ NCAA First Round (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Biz Brediger Biz Brediger was a first-team All-Southern Conference pick for the Spartans in 199798, helping UNCG to the NCAA Div. I tournamnet for the first time in school history.

* Big South Conference game # Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % Big South Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) Big South regular-season champions 1994-95 Record: 21-10 (14-2 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 30 APPALACHIAN STATE................... ...................LL 53-69 D 3 vs. Loyola (Md.)# ........................ ........................LL 68-76 4 vs. Davidson# ............................. .............................W W 60-57 7 at Wake Forest ............................ ............................LL 67-71 19 at Alaska-Anchorage%................ ................W W 83-76 20 vs. UCLA% .................................. ..................................LL 70-72 21 vs. Providence% Providence%.......................... ..........................LL 100-105 31 WESTERN CAROLINA^ ................ ................W W 78-66 J 1 HOLY CROSS^ ............................ ............................W W 86-78 4 at Radford* ................................ ................................W W 71-57 8 MONTANA STATE......................... .........................LL 56-90 14 at UNC Asheville* ....................... .......................W W 67-61 16 WINTHROP* ............................... ...............................W W 83-76 20 UMBC* ...................................... ......................................LL 57-59 22 TOWSON* .................................. ..................................W W 71-58 25 vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W 79-69 28 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......... .........W W 74-70 31 CHARLOTTE ................................ ................................LL 58-61 F 2 at Coastal Carolina* ................... ...................W W 81-53 8 at Winthrop* .............................. ..............................W W 68-60 14 at Liberty* .................................. ..................................W W 67-57 17 at UMBC* UMBC*................................... ...................................W W 55-50 19 at Towson* (3OT) ....................... .......................LL 70-72 22 RADFORD* ................................. .................................W W 79-71 25 at Charleston Southern* ............. .............W W 77-69 28 UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................ ........................W W 86-72 M 2 LIBERTY* ................................... ...................................W W 74-54 4 COASTAL CAROLINA* ................. .................W W 72-66 9 vs. Charleston Southern+ ............ ............W W 78-70 10 vs. Coastal Carolina+.................. ..................W W 85-57 11 at Radford+ ................................ ................................LL 63-68 * Big South Conference game # Powerbar Invitational (Providence, R.I.) % Northern Lights Invit. (Anchorage, Alaska) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum ^ UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) + Big South Tournament (Radford, Va.) Big South regular-season champions 1995-96 Record: 17-10 (12-2 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 24 25 D 2 6 9 12 21

vs. Illinois# ................................. .................................LL vs. Md.-Eastern Shore#............... ...............W W at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL vs. Wake Forest (C) (C)...................... ......................LL vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W DAVIDSON .................................. ..................................W W vs. No. 18 Alabama% .................. ..................LL

71-88 76-39 72-84 55-97 69-57 79-69 62-87

22 30 31 J 4 9 13 17 20 27 30 F 4 7 10 13 16 21 24 29 M 7 8

vs. San Diego% (OT) .................... ....................L HARTFORD$ ............................... ...............................W W TULANE$ .................................... ....................................LL at Appalachian State .................. ..................LL LIBERTY* ................................... ...................................W W at Coastal Carolina* ................... ...................LL UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................ ........................W W WINTHROP* ............................... ...............................W W at Charleston Southern* ............. .............W W at Liberty* .................................. ..................................W W UMBC* ...................................... ......................................W W RADFORD* ................................. .................................W W COASTAL CAROLINA* ................. .................W W at UNC Asheville* ....................... .......................LL at Winthrop* (OT) ....................... .......................W W at UMBC* UMBC*................................... ...................................W W CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......... .........W W at Radford* ................................ ................................W W vs. Liberty& ................................ ................................W W vs. Winthrop& ............................. .............................LL

67-70 83-75 69-71 65-72 84-63 76-88 73-54 96-57 75-73 76-55 68-50 94-79 81-56 53-71 86-85 49-45 90-71 71-64 84-60 69-72

* Big South Conference game # Comfort Inn Downtown Classic (Atlanta, Ga.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % Howard Bank Classic (Burlington, Vt.) $ Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) & Big South Tournament (Radford, Va.) Big South regular-season champions 1996-97 Record: 20-9 (13-1 Big South, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 21 24 29 30 D 4 7 17 28 29 J 2 4 8 11 13 16 18 22 25 28 F 1 4 8 10

at Virginia Tech ........................... ...........................LL 86-89 No. 17 DUKE ............................... ...............................LL 68-98 at Montana State# ..................... .....................LL 60-68 vs. Air Force# .............................. ..............................W W 64-58 at Davidson ................................ ................................LL 48-60 vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W 63-54 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON CHARLESTON.......... ..........W W 69-54 at Tulane%.................................. ..................................LL 46-89 vs. Rhode Island% ...................... ......................W W 87-63 APPALACHIAN STATE .................. ..................LL 51-71 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE ............. .............W W 99-42 at Furman ................................... ...................................LL 42-73 COASTAL CAROLINA* ................. .................W W 104-66 RADFORD* ................................. .................................W W 103-62 at UNC Asheville* ....................... .......................W W 76-72 at Winthrop* .............................. ..............................LL 68-74 at UMBC* UMBC*................................... ...................................W W 71-51 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN* ......... .........W W 91-64 LIBERTY* ................................... ...................................W W 80-64 UMBC* ...................................... ......................................W W 76-52 at Radford* ................................ ................................W W 101-68 at Coastal Carolina* ................... ...................W W 87-76 UNC ASHEVILLE* ........................ ........................W W 70-52

UNCG WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

15 20 22 27 28 M 1

WINTHROP* ............................... ...............................W W at Liberty* .................................. ..................................W W at Charleston Southern* ............. .............W W vs. UMBC& ................................. .................................W W vs. Radford& .............................. ..............................W W at Liberty& ................................. .................................LL

90-65 86-70 69-61 68-50 83-70 82-89

* Big South Conference game # State Farm Lady Cat Classic (Bozeman, Mont.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % Tulane Doubletree Classic (New Orleans, La.) & Big South Tournament (Lynchburg, Va.)

SoCon tournament champions NCAA tournament 1998-99 Record: 20-8 (14-4 SoCon, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 14 18 24 28 29 D 2 5 8 12 17 28 30 J 5 9 11 16 18 22 26 30 F 1 6 8 12 15 20 26 27

at Maryland ................................ ................................W W UNC ASHEVILLE .......................... ..........................W W at Appalachian State* ............... ...............W W vs. Towson# ................................ ................................LL vs. Radford# ............................... ...............................LL at Elon ........................................ ........................................W W vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W MARSHALL ................................. .................................W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W at East Tennessee State* ............ ............LL at No. 10 Clemson ..................... .....................LL at Furman* ................................. .................................W W DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........W W at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................LL FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W WOFFORD$ ................................ ................................W W vs. Davidson$ (C) ........................ ........................LL

63-45 69-53 72-57 76-77 64-68 83-65 58-52 91-75 74-56 77-55 58-82 42-59 78-70 90-79 90-59 87-74 70-75 75-59 54-50 63-75 76-81 80-65 64-61 66-63 70-66 95-75 95-58 91-92

* Southern Conference game # Christmas City Classic (Bethlehem, Pa.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum $ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.; first round and quarterfinal at UNCG; semifinals and final at Greensboro Coliseum) SoCon regular-season champions

Big South regular-season champions 1999-2000 Record: 18-11 (11-7 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Lynne Agee

1997-98 Record: 21-9 (12-4 SoCon, 2nd) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 17 19 28 29 D 4 6 14 20 29 30 J 3 7 10 12 14 17 19 23 29 F 2 7 10 14 16 18 21 27 28 M 1 13

at UNC Asheville ......................... .........................W W at No. 19 Duke............................ Duke............................LL vs. Montana# ............................. .............................LL vs. Georgia Southern# ................ ................W W VIRGINIA TECH............................ ............................LL vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W at NC State ................................ ................................LL ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON% DICKINSON%............. .............W W CAMPBELL% .............................. ..............................W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W at Wofford*(OT) ......................... .........................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........LL WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL at Furman* ................................. .................................W W DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W at East Tennessee State* ............ ............W W CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................W W WESTERN CAROLINA$ ................ ................W W vs. Davidson$(C)......................... .........................W W vs. Georgia Southern$(C) ........... ...........W W vs. No. 11 Alabama^................... ...................LL

78-61 51-78 48-70 91-65 74-88 79-52 61-85 66-53 88-64 84-76 81-61 65-80 77-74 72-87 62-52 93-86 72-60 82-67 66-67 90-48 59-63 78-68 78-67 74-53 75-62 72-65 86-54 78-75 75-69 46-94

* Southern Conference game # Arkansas Dial Classic (Fayetteville, Ark.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ SoCon tournament (Greensboro, N.C.; first round and quarterfinals at UNCG; semifinals and final at Greensboro Coliseum)

N 15 20 21 26 27 D 4 19 21 29 J 5 8 10 14 17 19 22 24 29 F 1 5 8 12 15 19 21 25 M 2 4 5

at No. 22 Duke# ......................... .........................LL vs. Washington$ ......................... .........................W W at NC State$ .............................. ..............................LL at Saint Mary’s% ........................ ........................LL vs. St. Bonaventure% .................. ..................W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................W W at Marshall ................................. .................................W W CLEMSON (OT) ............................ ............................W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................LL FURMAN* (OT)............................ ............................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL at East Tennessee State* ............ ............LL at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W at Appalachian State* ................ ................W W at Furman* ................................. .................................LL DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........W W vs. Appalachian State& .............. ..............W W vs. Chattanooga& ....................... .......................W W vs. Furman& ............................... ...............................LL

47-72 67-57 58-75 56-69 65-57 85-51 71-68 78-67 87-47 72-83 70-69 71-69 60-50 56-60 74-38 69-72 62-66 63-41 78-65 77-71 66-81 75-57 64-61 66-83 79-73 70-65 92-75 73-67 49-68

* Southern Conference game # Preseason Women’s NIT (Durham, N.C.) $ NC State Women’s Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.) % Thanksgiving Classic (Moraga, Calif.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum & SoCon tournament (Greenville, S.C.)

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2000-01 Record: 22-8 (14-4 SoCon, 3rd) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 17 20 24 25 28 30 D 16 21 22 30 J 3 6 9 13 15 17 20 23 27 30 F 3 5 10 12 17 19 23 M 2 3 4

at Campbell ................................ ................................W W CHARLOTTE ................................ ................................W W MANHATTAN# ............................. .............................W W RICE# ......................................... .........................................LL at East Carolina .......................... ..........................W W at Appalachian State* ................ ................W W at Clemson ................................. .................................LL vs. Middle Tennessee$ ................ ................LL vs. Appalachian State$ ............... ...............W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W at Furman* ................................. .................................W W DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................W W APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................LL at East Tennessee State* ............ ............LL at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W vs. East Tennessee State& .......... ..........W W vs. Georgia Southern& ................ ................W W vs. Chattanooga& ....................... .......................LL

60-56 81-70 82-62 46-50 66-53 75-51 65-89 66-69 86-77 67-60 62-52 81-42 77-50 63-79 59-45 85-57 73-58 89-56 71-45 88-60 60-58 72-60 61-47 55-77 66-71 51-53 53-52 85-53 70-66 63-64

* Southern Conference game # UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ UCF Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum & SoCon tournament (Greenville, S.C.) 2001-02 Record: 21-10 (14-4 SoCon, 1st) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 16 20 23 24 30 D 1 8 16 19 29 J 5 7 12 14 16 20 22 26

at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL CAMPBELL ................................. .................................W W CANISIUS# ................................. .................................W W DELAWARE# ............................... ...............................W W at Rice$...................................... ......................................LL vs. Maine$.................................. ..................................LL EAST CAROLINA .......................... ..........................W W at No. 8 Duke.............................. ..............................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W at East Tennessee State* ............ ............W W vs. North Carolina A&T (C) ........... ...........W W at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W at Appalachian State* ................W

29 2 5 9 11 14 16 19 23 M 1 2 3 13 F

44-60 69-46 87-66 67-62 47-61 59-62 60-46 58-90 79-51 73-64 81-75 59-62 75-57 77-50 88-45 73-58 74-70 83-66

at Furman* ................................. .................................W W DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W CHATTANOOGA*(OT) ................... ...................LL at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL vs. College of Charleston& .......... ..........W W vs. Furman& ............................... ...............................W W vs. Chattanooga& ....................... .......................LL at Virginia Tech^ ......................... .........................LL

66-57 71-44 67-61 69-73 72-73 84-73 91-58 60-50 67-69 77-51 71-62 69-77 46-51

* Southern Conference game # UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ Gene Hackerman Invitational (Dallas, Texas) & SoCon tournament (Charleston, S.C.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum ^ WNIT First Round (Blacksburg, Va.) SoCon regular-season champions WNIT tournament 2002-03 Record: 14-13 (10-8 SoCon, 5th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 22 29 30 D 9 14 20 28 29 J 2 4 6 11 13 18 21 25 28 F 1 4 8 10 15 18 22 24 M 1 6

at Virginia Tech ........................... ...........................LL LOYOLA (Md.)# ........................... ...........................W W EAST CAROLINA#........................ ........................W W at Campbell ................................ ................................W W ELON .......................................... ..........................................W W FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL............ ............LL at Tulane % ................................. .................................LL vs. SMU % .................................. ..................................LL at Furman* ................................. .................................LL DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................LL EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................W W CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W FURMAN* .................................. ..................................LL at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................LL at East Tennessee State* ............ ............W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................LL at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W at Appalachian State* ................ ................W W vs. Furman& ............................... ...............................LL

46-54 61-47 85-62 61-57 64-51 64-71 43-63 49-62 66-74 71-69 50-61 71-60 60-58 54-76 63-57 74-82 75-62 49-68 70-63 76-43 54-84 54-64 73-62 54-64 75-70 85-78 51-65

* Southern Conference game % Doubletree Classic (New Orleans, La.) # UNCG Airport Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) & SoCon tournament (Charleston, S.C.)

2003-04 Record: 9-19 (9-11 SoCon, 7th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 21 23 D 3 6 7 13 18 20 22 28 30 J 3 5 10 12 17 20 29 31 F 3 7 9 14 17 21 23 28 M 3

at Virginia ................................... ...................................LL SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) ................... ...................LL WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W vs. Coastal Carolina#.................. ..................LL vs. Coppin State# ....................... .......................LL at East Tennessee State* ............ ............LL at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL CAMPBELL ................................. .................................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W at No. 25 Boston College ............ ............LL at Massachusetts ....................... .......................LL FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W at Elon*...................................... ......................................LL at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................LL at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL at Furman* ................................. .................................LL ELON* ........................................ ........................................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL at Davidson* .............................. ..............................LL EAST TENNESSEE STATE* ........... ...........LL CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W vs. College of Charleston& .......... ..........LL

44-71 55-80 62-50 65-66 49-54 72-83 57-68 56-61 79-66 53-84 49-63 63-60 66-77 43-54 73-56 66-53 55-68 68-73 42-89 69-56 78-43 78-63 44-66 45-59 60-65 54-70 59-53 50-59

* Southern Conference game # East Carolina Tournament (Greenville, N.C.) & SoCon tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2004-05 Record: 14-14 (11-9 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 19 26 27 D 4 5 11 15 18 20 30 J 2 5 8 10 15 18 20 25 29 F 1 5 7 12 15 19 21 26 M 3

at West Virginia Virginia........................... ...........................LL WINTHROP^ WINTHROP^................................ ................................W W PITTSBURGH^ ............................ ............................LL at No. 25 Arizona# ...................... ......................LL vs. Delaware# ............................. .............................LL HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W at Furman* ................................. .................................LL ELON* ........................................ ........................................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W at Western Carolina* .................. ..................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W at East Tennessee State* ............ ............LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W at Elon*...................................... ......................................LL at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................W W at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............LL WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................LL DAVIDSON* (2OT) ...................... ......................W W EAST TENNESSEE STATE* (OT)..... .....LL at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W vs. Georgia Southern& ................ ................LL

39-67 62-52 55-62 48-98 59-69 70-54 62-71 41-69 79-68 69-52 50-52 60-54 63-49 71-50 72-58 78-66 63-75 55-41 70-65 59-65 77-63 52-65 51-55 90-87 67-70 57-70 70-55 48-55

* Southern Conference game ^ UNCG Marriott Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) # Fiesta Bowl Classic (Tucson, Ariz.) & SoCon tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 2005-06 Record: 18-12 (12-6 SoCon, 2nd) Head coach: Lynne Agee

2001-02 team In 2001-02, UNCG went 21-10 en route to winning the Southern Conference regularseason championship. The Spartans lost in the conference tournament’s title game, but earned their first-ever berth to the WNIT, where they lost a tight game at Virginia Tech.

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N 18 25 26 29 D 3 10 14 19 21 31 J 2

at No. 23 NC State ...................... ......................LL LONGWOOD^ ............................. .............................LL OHIO^ ........................................ ........................................W W at High Point (OT) ........................ ........................LL WEST VIRGINIA ........................... ...........................W W .................................W W CAMPBELL ................................. ............................W W at Wake Forest ............................ ................................LL DAVIDSON* ................................ .....................LL at UNC Wilmington ..................... .....................LL at Coastal Carolina ..................... .........................LL CHATTANOOGA* .........................

46-76 66-69 69-52 63-65 72-70 78-55 70-64 57-69 54-65 54-68 75-82

7 9 14 16 18 21 24 28 30 F 4 6 11 13 18 21 25 M 3 4 5

at Furman* ................................. .................................W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W COLL. OF CHARLESTON* (OT) ..... L at Western Carolina* .................. ..................W W at Elon*...................................... ......................................W W WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W at Davidson* (OT) ....................... .......................W W at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............W W ELON* ........................................ ........................................W W at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................W W vs. Georgia Southern& ................ ................W W vs. Davidson& Davidson&............................. .............................W W vs. Chattanooga& ....................... .......................LL

69-66 63-74 85-71 67-70 69-60 56-35 84-64 63-62 68-72 72-48 72-62 84-85 59-58 53-45 67-55 72-57 68-56 69-58 79-91

* Southern Conference game ^ UNCG Marriott Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) & SoCon tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 2006-07 Record: 20-10 (13-5 SoCon, 4th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 12 17 20 24 25 30 D 4 16 18 20 29 30 J 2 6 8 10 13 15 20 22 27 29 F 3 5 10 12 17 19 24 M 1

UNC WILMINGTON ...................... ......................W W 74-46 at Campbell ................................ ................................W W 84-68 at Charlotte ................................ ................................LL 40-86 LONGWOOD^ ............................. .............................W W 81-50 PROVIDENCE^ ............................ ............................W W 72-68 at No. 2 North Carolina ............... ...............LL 48-103 at Davidson ................................ ................................LL 59-73 COASTAL CAROLINA ................... ...................W W 64-54 HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W 63-53 WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................LL 52-53 at No. 1 Maryland# ..................... .....................LL 57-92 vs. Liberty# ................................. .................................W W 67-59 at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................W W 71-68 FURMAN* .................................. ..................................W W 67-56 GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W 80-55 VIRGINIA TECH (C) (C)....................... .......................LL 45-50 at Appalachian State* ................ ................W W 66-61 at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............ L 61-73 ELON* ........................................ ........................................W W 88-40 at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W 62-54 DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................W W 78-55 CHATTANOOGA ........................... ...........................LL 66-83 at Furman* ................................. .................................W W 65-58 at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................W W 68-60 APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W 81-62 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W 70-61 at Elon*...................................... ......................................W W 57-48 WOFFORD* (OT).......................... ..........................W W 71-66 at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL 67-73 vs. Georgia Southern& ................ ................LL 64-81

* Southern Conference game ^ UNCG Marriott Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) # Maryland Tournament (College Park, Md.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum (Greensboro, N.C.) & SoCon tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2007-08 Record: 7-24 (4-14 SoCon, 9th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 11 13 18 23 24 28 D 3 5 15 19 20 28 J 2 5 7 12 14 18 21 26 F 2

at NC State ................................. .................................LL LIBERTY...................................... ......................................LL at No. 10 Duke............................ ............................LL BOSTON UNIVERSITY^ ................ ................LL UNC ASHEVILLE^ ........................ ........................LL CHARLOTTE ................................ ................................LL at High Point ............................... ...............................W W at Longwood ............................... ...............................LL at Wofford* ................................ ................................LL vs. LaSalle# ................................ ................................LL at UCF# ...................................... ......................................LL CHOWAN .................................... ....................................W W at Furman* ................................. .................................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................LL COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......LL at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL DAVIDSON* ................................ ................................LL APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W ELON* ........................................ ........................................W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL

29-74 44-62 39-84 42-69 70-77 45-70 74-64 53-62 44-58 47-63 73-76 68-37 66-54 50-63 37-62 53-66 50-77 59-70 56-54 56-54 57-68

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Agne Girstautaite Agne Girstautaite blocked a school-record 53 shots in 2008-09 and finished her career with 108 total – just 13 shy of the school record despite Girstautaite forgoing her redshirt senior season.

All-time Coaches / Year-by-Year Records Conf. Year

Coach

W

Overall L

W

L

Pct.

Conf. Finish

JUNE GALLOWAY (38-14, .731, THREE SEASONS) 1969-70

June Galloway

--

--

9

2

.818

1970-71

June Galloway

--

--

12

8

.600 NIWIT 4th place

1971-72

June Galloway

--

--

17

4

.810

MARILYN GIBBS (38-53, .418, FIVE SEASONS) 1972-73

Marilyn Gibbs

--

--

14

4

.778

1973-74

Marilyn Gibbs

--

--

9

7

.563

1974-75

Marilyn Gibbs

--

--

8

11

.421

1975-76

Marilyn Gibbs

--

--

4

15

.211

1976-77

Marilyn Gibbs

1

7

3

16

.158

1977-78

Jan Donohue

1978-79

Ditty Speeler

0

12

1

20

.048

1979-80

Ditty Speeler

3

0

6

2

.750

1979-80

Jim Swiggett

1980-81

Robin Joseph

1981-82

Lynne Agee

12

0

25

3

.893

1st (Dixie)

1982-83

Lynne Agee

11

1

21

7

.750

1st (Dixie)

1983-84

Lynne Agee

11

3

22

7

.759

2nd (Dixie)

1984-85

Lynne Agee

10

2

21

7

.750

1st (Dixie)

1985-86

Lynne Agee

14

0

24

4

.857

1st (Dixie)

1986-87

Lynne Agee

14

0

27

3

.900

1st (Dixie)

1987-88

Lynne Agee

13

1

26

7

.788

1st (Dixie)

1988-89

Lynne Agee

--

--

16

8

.667

1989-90

Lynne Agee

--

--

18

7

.720

1990-91

Lynne Agee

--

--

21

9

.700

1991-92

Lynne Agee

--

--

21

6

.778

1992-93

Lynne Agee

14

2

19

10

.655

1st (Big South)

1993-94

Lynne Agee

13

5

17

12

.583

1st (Big South)

1994-95

Lynne Agee

14

2

21

10

.677

1st (Big South)

1995-96

Lynne Agee

12

2

17

10

.630

1st (Big South)

1996-97

Lynne Agee

13

1

20

9

.690

1st (Big South)

1997-98

Lynne Agee

12

4

21

9

.700

2nd (SoCon)

1998-99

Lynne Agee

14

4

20

8

.714

1st (SoCon)

1999-00

Lynne Agee

11

7

18

11

.621

4th (SoCon)

2000-01

Lynne Agee

14

4

22

8

.733

3rd (SoCon) 1st (SoCon)

JAN DONOHUE (6-16, .273, ONE SEASON) 2

8

6

16

.273

DITTY SPEELER (7-22, .241, TWO SEASONS*)

JIM SWIGGETT (14-3, .824, ONE SEASON*) 4 9 11 15 19 23 28 M 1 6 7

at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............LL WESTERN CAROLINA* ................ ................LL CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL at Davidson* .............................. ..............................LL at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL at Elon*...................................... ......................................LL WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W FURMAN* .................................. ..................................LL vs. Appalachian State& .............. ..............W W vs. Chattanooga& ....................... .......................LL

61-65 55-63 52-64 50-76 53-58 48-59 66-63 55-59 62-44 33-78

* Southern Conference game ^ UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) # UCF Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) & SoCon tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2008-09 Record: 13-18 (9-11 SoCon, 7th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 14 17 20 24 28 29 D 2 6 13 17 21 22 29 31 J 5 10 12 17 19 24 26 31 F 2 9 14 16 21 23 27 M 5 6

at Virginia Tech ........................... ...........................LL at Wake Forest ............................ ............................LL at UNC Wilmington ..................... .....................LL HIGH POINT ................................ ................................W W FLORIDA GULF COAST^ ............... ...............LL BOWLING GREEN^ ...................... ......................LL at Elon*...................................... ......................................W W COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON* ....... .......W W FORDHAM .................................. ..................................W W GEORGIA SOUTHERN* ................ ................W W at UC Irvine# (OT)........................ ........................W W vs. Illinois State# ........................ ........................LL at Samford* ............................... ...............................LL at Chattanooga* ........................ ........................LL DAVIDSON* (OT) ......................... .........................LL FURMAN* (OT)............................ ............................LL at Appalachian State* ................ ................LL at Western Carolina* .................. ..................LL WOFFORD* ................................ ................................W W at Georgia Southern* Southern*.................. ..................LL at College of Charleston* Charleston*............ ............LL CHATTANOOGA* ......................... .........................LL SAMFORD* ................................ ................................W W at Davidson* .............................. ..............................W W WESTERN CAROLINA* (OT) ......... .........LL at Wofford* ................................ ................................W W at Furman* ................................. .................................W W APPALACHIAN STATE* ................ ................W W ELON* ........................................ ........................................LL vs. Wofford& Wofford&............................... ...............................W W vs. Samford& Samford&.............................. ..............................LL

53-59 27-62 50-53 74-69 50-66 53-71 45-39 70-55 50-39 71-53 76-71 51-95 41-44 53-70 55-61 63-66 68-73 49-57 68-56 45-53 51-71 48-58 49-37 74-61 58-66 74-62 61-54 74-60 47-54 83-64 49-58

# Orange County Clash (Irvine, Calif.) & SoCon tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

MORGAN STATE .......................... ..........................W W at Liberty .................................... ....................................LL at High Point ............................... ...............................LL at No. 3 Ohio State ..................... .....................LL at Bowling Green ........................ ........................LL CHARLESTON SOUTHERN SOUTHERN............ ............LL at College of Charleston * ........... ...........LL at Fordham ................................. .................................W W NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL ........ ........W W CHATTANOOGA * ........................ ........................LL SAMFORD * ............................... ...............................W W at Georgia Southern * ................. .................W W at Davidson * ............................. .............................LL at Wofford * ............................... ...............................LL WESTERN CAROLINA * *................ ................W W ELON * ....................................... .......................................W W APPALACHIAN STATE *................ ................LL at Furman * ................................ ................................LL COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *....... .......LL GEORGIA SOUTHERN * ............... ...............LL at Samford * .............................. ..............................LL at Chattanooga *........................ ........................LL DAVIDSON * ............................... ...............................LL WOFFORD *................................ ................................LL at Western Carolina * ................. .................LL at Appalachian State * ............... ...............LL FURMAN * .................................. ..................................W W at Elon * ..................................... .....................................W W vs. Western Carolina& ................ ................W W vs. Chattanooga& ....................... .......................LL

* Southern Conference game & SoCon tournament (Charlotte, N.C.)

* Southern Conference game ^ UNCG Airport Marriott Thanksgiving Classic (Greensboro, N.C.)

UNCG WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

1

14

3

.824

ROBIN JOSEPH (9-14, .391, ONE SEASON)

2009-10 Record: 10-20 (6-14 SoCon, 7th) Head coach: Lynne Agee N 14 17 21 25 27 D 1 5 12 16 19 21 29 J 2 8 11 13 16 19 23 25 30 F 1 6 12 16 20 23 27 M 4 5

8

85-68 42-60 63-75 89-56 51-80 54-56 60-71 69-63 70-57 54-67 55-47 45-42 45-67 60-61 75-61 84-70 57-72 46-61 51-54 55-63 51-54 63-82 53-83 55-57 42-57 49-67 60-49 77-71 57-55 64-82

6

4

9

14

.391

LYNNE AGEE (543-295, .648, 29 SEASONS)

2001-02

Lynne Agee

14

4

21

10

.677

2002-03

Lynne Agee

10

8

14

13

.518

5th (SoCon)

2003-04

Lynne Agee

9

11

9

19

.321

7th (SoCon)

2004-05

Lynne Agee

11

9

14

14

.500

4th (SoCon)

2005-06

Lynne Agee

12

6

18

12

.600

2nd (SoCon)

2006-07

Lynne Agee

13

5

20

10

.667

4th (SoCon)

2007-08

Lynne Agee

4

14

7

24

.225

9th (SoCon)

2008-09

Lynne Agee

9

11

13

18

.419

7th (SoCon)

2009-10

Lynne Agee

6

14

10

20

.333

7th (SoCon)

* Ditty Speeler coached the first eight games and Jim Swiggett coached the final 17 games of the 1979-80 season.

A L L - T I M E R E S U LLTT S • 6 3


FLEMING GYMNASIUM Entering its 22nd season as the home of Spartan Basketball, the Michael B. Fleming Gymnasium is located in the Health and Human Performance Building, a $16.2 million facility which opened on campus in June 1989. In October 2005, the gym underwent the first phase of a two-part renovation with the installation of new seating on the west side bleachers. The new seating includes chairback seating on the lower half with bleacher bench seating in the upper half. The following summer, the east side went through a similar renovation. The gymnasium, which now has seating for 1,831, was named for the Greensboro civic leader and one of the most ardent supporters of UNCG athletics on Dec. 1, 1994. The women’s team is 191-73 (.723) in the facility. In 2004-05, UNCG earned its 150th win at Fleming when it defeated Applachian State 55-41 on Jan. 25. The largest crowd to see an athletic contest in the gym was 2,302 for a men’s basketball game against Charleston Southern on Feb. 25, 1995. The Spartans won, 98-70. Fleming Gymnasium has played host to various conference championship tournaments, including Big South volleyball in 1994 and 1995, Big South women’s basketball in 1994, Southern Conference women’s basketball in 1998 and 1999, SoCon wrestling in 1999 and SoCon volleyball in 2001 and 2008. It also played host to the SoCon / ACC Wrestling Championships in 2004-05. Prior to the 1996-97 season, the Boston Celtics held their preseason training camp in the facility. For intercollegiate athletics, the HHP Building offers the following facilities: • Two large gyms, a three-court (Fleming) and a two-court, which are used for a variety of practices. • A weight training area that includes Nautilus equipment and free weights. • A spacious sports medicine area, with modern equipment to serve the university’s 18 teams. • Locker rooms for the athletic teams, including several team rooms, and locker rooms for visiting teams and officials. • A practice room for wrestling. • Offices for coaches and athletics staff on the third (main) floor, in two suites. • A ticket office and concessions areas, near the third-floor entrance to the building.

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Team records in Fleming g Gym Spartans at Fleming Y Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

W 9 10 11 9 11 9 9 9 11 11 8

L 2 1 3 2 5 4 1 2 2 1 2

P Pct. t .818 .909 .786 .818 .688 .692 .900 .818 .846 .917 .800

Y Year W L 2000-01 9 3 2001-02 12 1 2002-03 8 5 2003-04 7 5 2004-05 10 4 2005-06 9 4 2006-07 12 2 2007-08 4 10 2008-09 7 7 2009-10 6 7 21 years 191 73

Pct. .750 .923 .615 .538 .714 .692 .857 .286 .500 .462 .723

Longest winning streak Streak From To 13 games ......................... Feb. 2, 1998 ............... ...............Jan. Jan. 22, 1999 10 games ......................... Jan. 8, 1991.................. ..................Dec. Dec. 7, 1991 10 games ......................... Nov. 20, 2001 ............... ...............Feb. Feb. 2, 2002 10 games ......................... Jan. 24, 2006 ............ Dec. 18, 2006 9 games ........................... Jan. 6, 1993 .............. Dec. 18, 1993 9 games ........................... Jan. 15, 1994 .......... ..........March March 11, 1994 8 games ........................... Jan. 4, 1997 1997................ ................Feb. Feb. 15, 1997 7 games ........................... Jan. 9, 1996 ............... ...............Feb. Feb. 24, 1996 7 games ........................... Feb. 1, 2000 .............. Nov. 24, 2000 6 games ........................... Nov. 28, 1989............. Jan. 13, 1990 6 games ........................... Feb. 22, 1995 ............ Dec. 30. 1995 6 games ........................... Dec. 20, 1997............. .............Jan. Jan. 23, 1998 6 games ........................... Dec. 20, 2004 ............ ............Jan. Jan. 29, 2005 Largest women’s basketball crowd 662 ............................................... vs. Radford, March 12, 1994 646 ...................................... ......................................vs. vs. Georgia Southern, Feb. 7, 2004 643 ................................................. vs. Davidson, Jan. 27, 2007 586 .................................... vs. Georgia Southern, Feb. 17, 2001 574.................................................. ..................................................vs. vs. Towson, March 11, 1994 571 ....................................... .......................................vs. vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 9, 2008 568 ................................ ................................vs. vs. College of Charleston, Feb. 6, 2009 556 .............................. ..............................vs. vs. College of Charleston, Feb. 12, 2007 553 ................................. vs. North Carolina A&T, Dec. 11, 1989 514........................................ 514 ........................................vs. vs. Georgia Southern, Jan. 5, 2008 493 ...................................... vs. UNC Asheville, March 10, 1994

Most points scored by UNCG 105 .......................................... ..........................................vs. vs. St. Augustine’s, Feb. 6, 1990 104 ...................................... vs. Coastal Carolina, Jan. 11, 1997 103 ................................................... vs. Radford, Jan. 13, 1997 100 ........................................................ vs. Elon, Feb. 12, 1990 99 .................................... ....................................vs. vs. South Carolina State, Jan. 4, 1997 98 ....................................... .......................................vs. vs. Lincoln Memorial, Jan. 10, 1990 97 .......................................... ..........................................vs. vs. UNC Wilmington, Dec. 7, 1989 96 ................................................. vs. Longwood, Nov. 28, 1989 96 ................................................... vs. Winthrop, Jan. 20, 1996 95 .................................................. ..................................................vs. vs. Longwood, Jan. 15, 1991 95 .................................................... ....................................................vs. vs. Winthrop, Jan. 19, 1991 95 ..................................................... .....................................................vs. vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1991 95 ........................................ ........................................vs. vs. Georgia Soutern, Feb. 20, 1999 95 ..................................................... .....................................................vs. vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999 Most points scored by an opponent 98 ......................................................... .........................................................vs. vs. Duke, Feb. 24, 1996 97 ....................................... .......................................vs. vs. Lincoln Memorial, Jan. 10, 1990 91 ............................................ ............................................vs. vs. St. Augustine’s, Feb. 6, 1990 90 .......................................... ..........................................vs. vs. Michigan State, Dec. 17, 1991 90 ............................................. .............................................vs. vs. Montana State, Jan. 8, 1995 88 ............................................... vs. Virginia Tech, Dec. 4, 1997 87 .......................................... ..........................................vs. vs. UNC Wilmington, Dec. 7, 1989 87 ..................................................... .....................................................vs. vs. Charlotte, Feb. 5, 1992 87 .......................................... ..........................................vs. vs. Davidson (2OT), Feb. 15, 2005 84 ............................................. .............................................vs. vs. South Florida, Jan. 27, 1992 Most combined points scored 196 ........................ UNCG 105, St. Augustine’s 91, Feb. 6, 1990 195 ..................... .....................UNCG UNCG 98, Lincoln Memorial 97, Jan. 10, 1990 184 ........................ ........................UNCG UNCG 97, UNC Wilmington 87, Dec. 7, 1989 177......................... 177 .........................UNCG UNCG 90, Davidson 87 (2OT), Feb. 15, 2005 174 .................................. UNCG 95, Winthrop 79, Jan. 19, 1991 173 .................................... UNCG 94, Radford 79, Feb. 7, 1996 170 .................... ....................UNCG UNCG 104, Coastal Carolina 66, Jan. 11, 1997 170 .................... ....................UNCG UNCG 90, Georgia Southern 75, Feb. 20, 1999 169 ................................... ...................................UNCG UNCG 90, Davidson 79, Jan. 9, 1999 167 ..................... .....................UNCG UNCG 85, UNC Wilmington 82, March 3, 1992

U N C G S PA R TA N S . C O M


FLEMING GYM INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most points scored 29 ...................................... ......................................Lakiah Lakiah Hyson vs. Elon, Jan. 13, 2010 28 ................................ Micky Haywood vs. Duke, Dec. 11, 1992 28 ............................. Melinda Goodson vs. Duke, Nov. 24, 1996 28 .................. ..................Melinda Melinda Goodson vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 16, 1999 28 ............. .............Brianne Brianne Dodgen vs. Georgia Southern, Feb. 21, 2000 27 ....................... .......................Donna Donna Snead vs. St. Augustine’s, Feb. 6, 1990 27 ...................... ......................Vickie Vickie Henson vs. UNC Asheville, Jan. 23, 1993 27 .................................. Vickie Henson vs. Temple, Jan. 3, 1994 27 .... Melinda Goodson vs. College of Charleston, Dec. 17, 1998 27 ................... ...................Jasmine Jasmine Byrd vs. UNC Wilmington, Nov. 12, 2006 27 .................................. ..................................Kristen Kristen Boone vs. Furman, Jan. 6, 2007 26 .................................... ....................................Julie Julie Moore vs. Towson, Jan. 22, 1994 26 ............... ...............Alisa Alisa Moore vs. Charleston Southern, Feb. 24, 1996 26 ...................... Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell, Dec. 30, 1997 26 ......................... Melinda Goodson vs. Marshall, Dec. 8, 1998 26 ......................... .........................Melinda Melinda Goodson vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999 26 ............................ ............................Kemena Kemena Brooks vs. Wofford, Feb. 28, 2008 Most opponent points scored 31 ................. Debbie Hoskins (Lincoln Memorial), Jan. 10, 1990 31 .......................... Corin Adams (Morgan State), Nov. 14, 2009 30 .................................. ..................................Tammy Tammy Jones (Winthrop), Jan. 19, 1991 30 .............. ..............Tiffani Tiffani Mayes (East Tennessee State), Feb. 19, 2005 29 .................................. Laurie Hood (Campbell), Jan. 29, 1992 29 ............................. Shelly Hall (UNC Asheville), Feb. 20, 1992 29 ................................... Barbara Farris (Tulane), Dec. 31, 1995 29 ............................ ............................Shauna Shauna Geronzin (Canisius), Nov. 23, 2001 28 ..................... .....................Robin Robin Adams (Lincoln Memorial), Jan. 10, 1990 28 .......................... ..........................Beth Beth Swink (St. Francis (Pa.)), Nov. 23, 2003 28 .................... ....................Chelsea Chelsea Marandola (Providence), Nov. 25, 2006 Most rebounds 19 .................... Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina, Dec. 31, 1994 19 ......................... .........................Alisa Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville, Jan. 17, 1996 18 ............. Shannon Young vs. USC Spartanburg, Dec. 29, 1990 17..................................... .....................................Alisa Alisa Moore vs. Liberty, Feb. 23, 1993 17............................... Alisa Moore vs. Radford, March 12, 1994 16 ............................ Shannon Young vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1991 16 .................................... ....................................Julie Julie Moore vs. Towson, Jan. 22, 1995 15 ............................... ...............................Chris Chris Holec vs. Longwood, Nov. 28, 1989 15 ................ ................Melinda Melinda Goodson vs. UNC Asheville, Nov. 18, 1998 15 ......................... Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson, Jan. 9, 1999 15 ................................. Sandi Reid vs. Delaware, Nov. 24, 2001 15 ................. Lindsey Reed vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 22, 2003 14 ... Meghan Chamberlain vs. Coll. of Charleston, Jan. 16, 2006 14 ................................. .................................Vickie Vickie Henson vs. Liberty, Jan. 14, 1994 14 ................. Melinda Goodson vs. Chattanooga, Feb. 21, 1998 Most opponent rebounds 17.......... Lauren Trantham (East Tennessee State), Jan. 11, 2003 17.............................................. ..............................................Erica Erica Keto (Elon), Feb. 27, 2009 17.......................... ..........................Mercedes Mercedes Robinson (Davidson), Jan. 5, 2009 16 ......................................... Kenya Tuttle (Rice), Nov. 25, 2000 15 .................................... Katy Kamp (Davidson), Feb. 14, 1998 15 .................... ....................Mimi Mimi Lindsey (Georgia Southern), Feb. 15, 2003 15 ........................................ Orion Wake (Furman), Jan. 3, 2004 15 ................... ...................J’Lisia J’Lisia Ogburn (Georgia Southern), Dec. 17, 2008 14 ...................................... ......................................Jackie Jackie Smith (Furman), Feb. 6, 1999 14 ................... ...................Joanie Joanie White (Appalachian State), Dec. 19, 2001 14 ............................. .............................Amber Amber Manuel (High Point), Dec. 11, 2004 14 ................ ................Sarah Sarah Moye (College of Charleston), Feb. 12, 2007 14 ................................. .................................Erin Erin Ogan (Chattanooga), Jan. 31, 2009 13 ................................ Maureen Stern (Catawba), Dec. 6, 1989 13 ................................ ................................Dede Dede Logemann (Radford), Feb. 7, 1996 13 ................................. Felicia Autry (Campbell), Dec. 30, 1997 13 .................... Tiffany Hamm (Western Carolina), Jan. 17, 2004 13 ............... Shanara Hollinquest (Chattanooga), Dec. 19, 2009

Most assists 12 ..................................... .....................................Jo Jo Zerger vs. Winthrop, Feb. 17, 1993 11 ......................... Kristen Boone vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 2, 2006 10 .................... Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina, Dec. 31, 1994 10 ... ...ChoRhonda ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Coll. of Charleston, Dec. 29, 1999 10 .................................... Kristen Boone vs. Elon, Jan. 20, 2007 9 ................................. .................................Micky Micky Haywood vs. Liberty, Jan. 23, 1992 9 ..................... .....................Jo Jo Zerger vs. Charleston Southern, Feb. 26, 1993 9 ............................. .............................Micky Micky Haywood vs. Radford, March 4, 1993 9 ......................................... .........................................Jai Jai Cole vs. Winthrop, Jan. 16, 1995 9 ...................... ......................Samantha Samantha Ferguson vs. Winthrop, Jan. 20, 1996 9 ................... ...................Katrina Katrina Smith vs. Georgia Southern, Jan. 23, 1998 9 ................. .................Kristen Kristen Boone vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 14, 2006 9 ............................... ...............................Kristen Kristen Boone vs. Davidson, Jan. 27, 2007 Most opponent assists 13 ....................................... .......................................Haley Haley Cook (Furman), Jan. 10, 1998 12 ................. .................Chrissy Chrissy Kelly (Charleston Southern), Jan. 28, 1995 12 ....................... .......................Lisa Lisa Witherspoon (Virginia Tech), Dec. 4, 1997 11 ........................... Mindy Ballinger (Radford), March 12, 1994 11 ...................................... ......................................Kim Kim Lynch (Holy Cross), Jan. 1, 1995 11 .................................. Sara Moore (Campbell), Dec. 30, 1997 10 ............................ Shonta Tabourn (Campbell), Jan. 29, 1992 9 .................... Christina Moore (UNC Asheville), March 10, 1994 9 ............. Christine Kinneary (Boston University), Nov., 23, 2007 8 ................... Marline Ferguson (Michigan State), Dec. 17, 1991 8 ........................ Gaynor O’Donnell (East Carolina), Jan. 4, 1993 8 ................................ Monica Winter (Davidson), Dec. 12, 1995 8 ............................... ...............................Maureen Maureen DiJulia (Hartford), Dec. 30, 1995 8 .................. ..................Angie Angie Fickes (East Tennessee State), Jan. 29, 1998 8 .............................. ..............................Ashley Ashley Powell (West Virginia), Dec. 3, 2005 8 ................... ...................Whitney Whitney Tossie (Appalachian State), Jan. 14, 2006 Most steals 11 ................. Kristen Boone vs. UNC Wilmington, Nov. 12, 2006 9 ................................... ...................................Kristen Kristen Boone vs. Furman, Feb. 4, 2006 8 .................. Kristen Boone vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 12, 2005 7 ...................... Sadie Ochs vs. Coastal Carolina, March 4, 1995 7 ..... .....ChoRhonda ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Coll. of Charleston, Dec. 29, 1999 7 ................. .................Kristen Kristen Boone vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 14, 2006 6 ....................................... .......................................Jo Jo Zerger vs. Winthrop, Feb. 17, 1993 6 ................................... Tina Wilson vs. Radford, March 4, 1993 6 ..................................... .....................................Alisa Alisa Moore vs. Liberty, March 2, 1995 6 ...................................... ......................................Jennifer Jennifer Lewis vs. Elon, Dec. 20, 1997 6 ......... ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 2, 1998 6 .................... ....................Melinda Melinda Goodson vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 16, 1999 6 ........... ...........Samika Samika Foster vs. College of Charleston, Dec. 29, 1999 6 ......... ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 1, 2000 6 ................................... Jasmine Byrd vs. Wofford, Dec. 3, 2003 6 .................................... ....................................Jacinda Jacinda Lambert vs. Elon, Feb. 3, 2004 6 ............ Kristen Boone vs. College of Charleston, Jan. 10, 2005 6 ............... ...............Stephanie Stephanie Britt vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 25, 2005 6 .......................... Kristen Boone vs. West Virginia, Dec. 3, 2005 6 ............ Kristen Boone vs. College of Charleston, Jan. 16, 2006 6 .................. ..................Irene Irene Otamiri vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 10, 2007 6 ........................................ ........................................Kristen Kristen Boone, Furman, Jan. 6, 2007 6 .................................. ..................................Lakiah Lakiah Hyson vs. Wofford, Jan. 19, 2009 6 ................................ ................................Monique Monique Floyd vs. Wofford, Jan. 19, 2009

5 ................................... Cathey Franks (Wofford), Feb. 16, 1998 5 ................... Lauren Langley (Georgia Southern), Feb. 21, 2000 5 ...................... ......................Tiffany Tiffany Lanier (Georgia Southern), Feb. 17, 2001 5 ......................................... .........................................Holly Holly Andrews (Elon), Dec. 14, 2002 5 .................. Janetta Heggins (Western Carolina), Feb. 22, 2003 5 ................................. .................................Laura Laura Hall (Chattanooga), Dec. 15, 2004 5 ............................... Tia Washington (Davidson), Feb. 15, 2005 5 ........................... Danielle Hemerka (Davidson), Feb. 15, 2005 5 .................... Jocelyn Wyatt (Appalachian State), Jan. 14, 2006 5 ................. .................Nikki Nikki Williams (College of Charleston), Jan. 7, 2008 5 ........................................... Tiffany Davis (Elon), Jan. 26, 2008 5 ..................... Sade Means (Appalachian State), Feb. 23, 2009 5 .............. ..............Joanna Joanna Miller (North Carolina Central), Dec. 16, 2009 Most blocks 7 ........................... ...........................Rebecca Rebecca Viverette vs. Wofford, Feb. 16, 1998 6 ........... ...........Agne Agne Girstautaite vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 23, 2009 5 ............................ Rebecca Viverette vs. Radford, Feb. 7, 1996 5 ................... ...................Rebecca Rebecca Viverette vs. Chattanooga, Feb. 21, 1998 5 ............... ...............Brittany Brittany Frazier vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 10, 2007 5 ............ ............Meghan Meghan Chamberlain vs. UNC Asheville, Nov. 24, 2007 5 ................................ Agne Girstautaite vs. Elon, Feb. 27, 2009 4 ........................... ...........................Alisa Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 1995 4 ......... Rebecca Viverette vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, Dec. 29, 1997 4 .............................. Sandi Reid vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 17, 2000 4 ............. .............Jacinda Jacinda Lambert vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 28, 2003 4 ............. Lindsey Reed vs. East Tennessee State, Feb. 21, 2004 4 ............. .............Agne Agne Girstautaite vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 14, 2009 4 .............. ..............Agne Agne Girstuataite vs. Western Carolina, Jan. 11, 2010 4 ........................... Agne Girstuataite vs. Wofford, Feb. 12, 2010 4 ................................. Kendra Smith vs. Wofford, Feb. 12, 2010 Most opponent blocks 6 ..................... .....................Erika Erika Smith (College of Charleston), Jan. 7, 2008 6 .......................................... Urysla Cotton (Elon), Jan. 13, 2010 5 .................................. Maureen Stern (Catawba), Dec. 6, 1989 5 ................................... Tashina De Veaux (Elon), Dec. 20, 1997 5 ....................................... .......................................Courtney Courtney Nyborg (Elon), Feb. 3, 2004 5 ........................................ ........................................Kitara Kitara McMoore (Elon), Jan. 5, 2005 4 .............................. ..............................Stephanie Stephanie Finley (Winthrop), Feb. 17, 1993 4 ....................... .......................Laura Laura Echols (Western Carolina), Dec. 12, 1998 4 ...................................... ......................................Keth Keth Kamp (Davidson), Feb. 12, 2000 4 ..................... Jessica Jank (Appalachian State), Dec. 22, 2003 4 ........... Candace Gibson (East Tennessee State), Feb. 19, 2005 4 ......................... .........................Stephanie Stephanie Ripberger (Wofford), Feb. 26, 2005 4 ............................. Jennifer Weurding (Wofford), Feb. 19, 2007 4 .................................... Aj O’Bannion (Chowan), Dec. 28, 2007 4 ......................... Stacy Shepard (UNC Asheville), Nov. 24, 2007 4 ....................................... Kelly Dwyer (Wofford), Feb. 28, 2008 4 .................................... ....................................Jen Jen Uhl (Bowling Green), Nov. 29, 2008 4 ........................................... Kelsey Evans (Elon), Jan. 13, 2010 4 ................... Anna Freeman (Appalachian State), Jan. 16, 2010

Most opponent steals 9 ................... Marline Ferguson (Michigan State), Dec. 17, 1991 7 ............................. .............................Susan Susan Wall (UNC Pembroke), Feb. 19, 1990 7 ...................................... ......................................Amy Amy Eberhart (Towson), Jan. 22, 1995 6 .............................. Shonta Tabourn (Campbell), Jan. 29, 1992 6 ............... ...............Dawn Dawn Bolner (Southwest Texas State), Dec. 20, 1993 6 ................................. Candace Ward (Hartford), Dec. 30, 1995 6 ............................ Kesha Carson (Chattanooga), Feb. 21, 1998 6 ........................ Tiffani Roberson (Chattanooga), Jan. 18, 2003 6 ................... Greteya Kelley (Appalachian State), Jan. 14, 2006 5 .............................. ..............................Beth Beth Sanderson (Campbell), Jan. 29, 1992 5 ........................ Gaynor O’Donnell (East Carolina), Jan. 4, 1993 5 .................................. Michelle Hiett (Radford), March 4, 1993 5 ...................................... ......................................Ayana Ayana Winston (Temple), Jan. 3, 1994 5 ......................... .........................Christy Christy McNeill (UNC Asheville), Feb. 28, 1995 5 ................... Tameka Tender (Coastal Carolina), March 4, 1995 5 ............................... ...............................Maureen Maureen DiJulia (Hartford), Dec. 30, 1995 5 ................................ Sharon Wilkerson (Liberty), Jan. 18, 1997 5 ........................ Noel Dolan (Appalachian State), Jan. 14, 1998

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name .............................. Years ........................... Hometown AAAA Albergine, Nancy ........................................................................ Alexander, Mary Lida.......... ..........1969-71 1969-71 ......................................... Andrews, Pam .................... ....................1983-84 1983-84 .......... ..........Roanoke Roanoke Rapids, Va. Armstrong, Nicky................ ................1997-01 1997-01 ........ Lincoln University, Pa. Augustine, Jeanie............... ...............1979-80 1979-80 ............... Greensboro, N.C. Awuruonye, Nneka ........... 2010- ..................... .....................Charlotte, Charlotte, N.C. BBBB Banner, TaShama............... ...............2007-10 2007-10 ............... Bladenboro, N.C. Barnhardt, Cindy ........................................................................ Bell, Jeanette ..................... .....................1979-81 1979-81 ....................... .......................Macon, Macon, N.C. Bell, Julie ........................... ...........................1985-86 1985-86 ..................... Raleigh, N.C. Blair, Caroline .................... ....................2002-06 2002-06 ........................ Trinity, N.C. Blazevich, Michele ............. .............1981-84 1981-84 ....................... .......................Sterling, Sterling, Va. Bodie, Peg ................................................. Clarence Center, N.Y. Boggs, Jennifer .................. ..................1984-85 1984-85 ................. High Point, N.C. Boone, Kristen ................... ...................2004-09 2004-09 .......... ..........Upper Upper Marlboro, Md. Bowman, Debbie ..................................................... Atlanta, Ga. Boyles, Shaaron ................. .................1991-93 1991-93 ...................... ......................Stanley, Stanley, N.C. Brediger, Biz ...................... ......................1994-98 1994-98 .................. ..................Massillon, Massillon, Ohio Bright, Julie........................ ........................1988-92 1988-92 ................. Forest City, N.C. Britt, Stephanie ................. .................2001-05 2001-05 ....................... .......................Wilson, Wilson, N.C. Brooks, Kemena ................ ................2004-08 2004-08 ................... ...................Accokeek, Accokeek, Md. Brown, Beth ....................... .......................1980-81 1980-81 ............... Greensboro, N.C. Brown, Kenya ..................... .....................1993-94 1993-94 .................... ....................Mt. Mt. Holly, N.C. Burnett, Cindy .................... ....................1978-79 1978-79 ............ St. Petersburg, Fla. Butler, Marybeth ................ ................1979-80 1979-80 .................. Cherry Hill, N.J. Byrd, Jasmine .................... ....................2003-07 2003-07 ..................... Dumfries, Va. CCCC Capps, Jill .......................... ..........................1981-85 1981-85 ..................... .....................Raeford, Raeford, N.C. Carlton, Sue............................................................ ............................................................Stanley, Stanley, N.C. Carter, Bev......................... .........................1980-81 1980-81 .......................... ..........................Elkin, Elkin, N.C. Carter, Cheryl..................... Cheryl.....................1984-88 1984-88 .................. ..................Winchester, Winchester, Va. Cauble, Sonja .................... ....................1992-93 1992-93 .............. ..............Jeffersonville, Jeffersonville, Ind. Cawley, Marie .................... ....................1979-83 1979-83 ..................... .....................Scranton, Scranton, Pa. Chaffin, Vivian............................................................................ Chamberlain, Meghan........ ........2004-08 2004-08 .................. Lake Mary, Fla. Chlad, Cassie....................................................... .......................................................Timonium, Timonium, Md. Clapper, Amy ................... 2008- ....................... Newark, Ohio Cole, Jai ............................. .............................1993-97 1993-97 ........................ Reston, Va. Coltrane, Renee ................. .................1981-85 1981-85 ........................ ........................Colfax, Colfax, N.C. Connor, Natalie .................. ..................1982-87 1982-87 ......................... Vinton, Va. Cook, Brandi...................... ......................1998-99 1998-99 ............... Randleman, N.C. Corbett, Dee ...................... ......................2008-10 2008-10 .......................... ..........................Kelly, Kelly, N.C. Corpening, Amy .............................................. ..............................................Granite Granite Falls, N.C. Crabtree, Stacy .................. ..................1995-96 1995-96 ..................... .....................Durham, Durham, N.C. Crissman, Kathy ......................................................................... Crouch, Karen .................... ....................1982-85 1982-85 ................... Asheville, N.C. Current, Ashley................... Ashley...................2002-06 2002-06 ...................... ......................Orlando, Orlando, Fla. DDDD Degree, Janele ......................................................... .........................................................Shelby, Shelby, N.C. DelCampo, Katie................ ................1997-01 1997-01 ................... ...................Rehoboth, Rehoboth, Del. Dillard, Mary ...................................................... Cullowhee, N.C. Dixon, Jasmine................... ...................2004-08 2004-08 ........................ Reston, Va. Dodgen, Brianne ................ ................1998-02 1998-02 ................ ................Sevierville, Sevierville, Tenn. Dorsett, Brey ................... 2009- ............ Winston-Salem, N.C. Drake, Cescili .................... ....................1991-95 1991-95 ................. .................Ellicott Ellicott City, Md. Durrill, Beth ....................... .......................1987-91 1987-91 ....................... .......................Radford, Radford, Va. EEEE Eaton, Amanda .................. ..................2001-05 2001-05 ................. .................Wheeling, Wheeling, W.Va. Elliott, Kymm ..................... .....................1990-92 1990-92 .................... ....................Pinetops, Pinetops, N.C. Elmore, Margaret ............... ...............1976-78 1976-78 .................... ....................Madison, Madison, N.C. Engelmann, Wendy ............ ............1981-85 1981-85 ................... Manassas, Va. Essex, Carnice Carnice.................... ....................1985-86 1985-86 ................... Manassas, Va. Essick, Ellen ...................... ......................1982-84 1982-84 .................. Lexington, N.C. Evans, Mandy Mandy..................... .....................1988-89 1988-89 .............. Staffordsville, Va. FFFF Ferguson, Sam................... ...................1995-98 1995-98 .................. Collinsville, Va. Fisher, Denise .................... ....................1979-81 1979-81 .......... ..........Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem, N.C. Floyd, Monique ................ 2007- ...................... ......................Fairmont, Fairmont, N.C. Fowell, Sarah Sarah................... ................... 2008- ....................... Graham, N.C. Frazier, Brittany.................. ..................2005-08 2005-08 ..................... Powell, Tenn. Frazier, Shawne Shawne.................. ..................1983-84 1983-84 ..................... Roanoke, Va. French, Jacqueline ............. .............1974-78 1974-78............................ Troy, N.C. Foster, Samika ................... ...................1998-02 1998-02 ..................... .....................Durham, Durham, N.C. Fowler, Leslie .................................................. Silver Spring, Md.

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GGGG Galvin, Kristen ................... ...................1976-78 1976-78 ...................... ......................Dover, Dover, Mass. Gillean, Jan ........................ ........................1974-78 1974-78.................... ....................Salisbury, Salisbury, N.C. Girstautaite, Agne.............. ..............2006-10 2006-10 .............. ..............Kaunas, Kaunas, Lithuania Gold, Ginger Ginger....................... .......................1975-78 1975-78 ................... ...................Salisbury, Salisbury, N.C. Grimsley, Gini .................... ....................2005-09 2005-09 ................... Fairmont, N.C. Groff, Diane ....................... .......................1980-81 1980-81 .................... Concord, N.C. Gwaltney, ChoRhonda ........ ........1997-01 1997-01 ....................... .......................Dudley, Dudley, N.C. Goodson, Belinda .............. ..............1996-00 1996-00 ................ Timberlake, N.C. Goodson, Melinda Melinda.............. ..............1996-00 1996-00 ................ Timberlake, N.C. HHHH Hackney, Marti................................................. .................................................Washington, Washington, N.C. Harmon, Sidnei................ 2009- ................... Cincinnati, Ohio Hart, Jennifer ..................... .....................1999-03 1999-03 ..................... .....................Durham, Durham, N.C. Haywood, Micky ................. .................1989-93 1989-93 ............ Kill Devil Hills, N.C. Headley, Natalie .............. 2009- .................. Fayetteville, N.C. Henderson, Jana ................ ................1988-92 1988-92 .......... ..........Colonial Colonial Heights, Va. Henderson, Peggy .............. ..............1975-79 1975-79 .................. Matthews, N.C. Henson, Vickie ................... ...................1992-94 1992-94 ...................... ......................Canton, Canton, N.C. Hobbs, Avis ........................ ........................1976-78 1976-78 ................ ................Fayetteville, Fayetteville, N.C. Holec, Chris ....................... .......................1986-90 1986-90 .................. ..................Greenville, Greenville, N.C. Honeycutt, Megan .............. ..............2000-04 2000-04 ................... ...................Salisbury, Salisbury, N.C. Horton, Donna .................................................. ..................................................Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla. Howard, Cindy Cindy............................................................................ ............................................................................ Hyson, Lakiah .................... ....................2006-10 2006-10 ................... ...................Accokeek, Accokeek, Md. JJJJ Jackson, Becky .......................................................................... Jackson, Shanika ............... ...............2002-06 2002-06 ..................... .....................Hampton, Hampton, Va. Jernigan, Brenda ........................................................................ Johnson, Laura Laura................... ...................1976-79 1976-79 ..................... Raleigh, N.C. Johnson, Loretta ................ ................1978-80 1978-80 .................... ....................Siler Siler City, N.C. Johnson, Stephanie Stephanie............ ............1987-90 1987-90 ................. High Point, N.C. Johnston, Cameron ............ ............1979-80 1979-80 ................... Gastonia, N.C. Jolly, Susan ................................................ ................................................Black Black Mountain, N.C. Jones, Dana ....................... .......................1992-97 1992-97 .................. Reidsville, N.C. Jones, Deborah ........................................... ...........................................Winston-Salem, Winston-Salem, N.C. Jones, Ellie................................................................................. Jordan, Annika ................... ...................1997-99 1997-99 ................... Lynchburg, Va. Jordan, Karen .................... ....................1986-90 1986-90 ......................... Huntly, Va. Joyner, LaToya .................... ....................2002-04 2002-04 .................. Windsor, Conn. KKKK Karriker, Miriam ................. .................1986-87 1986-87 ............... Mooresville, N.C. King, Serena ...................... ......................1993-96 1993-96 ................. Mt. Sterling, Ky. Kreter, Natalie ................... ...................1996-99 1996-99 .................. ..................Jenkintown, Jenkintown, Pa. Knippenberg, Lisa .............. ..............1980-81 1980-81 ............... ...............Cumberland, Cumberland, Md. LLLL Lambert, Jacinda ............... ...............2000-04 2000-04 .................... ....................Boston, Boston, Mass. Landis, Laurie ............................................................................ Lasley, Carrie ..................... .....................1985-86 1985-86 ................. Burlington, N.C. Latham, KaLeah ................. .................2003-07 2003-07 ..................... .....................Athens, Athens, Tenn. Lavelle, Kristin ................... ...................1989-92 1989-92 .................... ....................Liverpool, Liverpool, N.Y. Law, Kellan ........................ ........................2001-04 2001-04 ............ ............Morgantown, Morgantown, W.Va. Leigh, Amanda................. Amanda................. 2007- ..................... .....................Charlotte, Charlotte, N.C. Lemon, Sandra .................. ..................1977-80 1977-80 ............... Spring Lake, N.C. Lewis, Jennifer ................... ...................1994-98 1994-98 .................... Newport, N.C. Ling, Ashley ....................... .......................2005-09 2005-09 ................... ...................Centreville, Centreville, Va. Lowe, Carol ........................ ........................2002-04 2002-04 .............. ..............Rockingham, Rockingham, N.C. MMMM Maffucci, Jackie ................. .................1980-83 1980-83 ................. Glen Ridge, N.J. Mangus, Jody ..................... .....................1979-83 1979-83 .................. ..................Burlington, Burlington, N.J. Mannon, Denise................. .................1985-88 1985-88 ........................... ...........................Floyd, Floyd, Va. Martin, Lindy ...................................................... ......................................................Crossnore, Crossnore, N.C. Marshall, Emmy ............................................. Summerfield, N.C. McGuinn, Shawnelle .......... ..........1988-89 1988-89 ......... .........Highland Highland Springs, Va. Messick, Jo Ann ................. .................1972-76 1972-76 ........... North Augusta, S.C. Michael, Kim ..................... .....................1999-00 1999-00 ............... Greensboro, N.C. Minga, Zulene ................................................. Spring Hope, N.C. Moon, Sue .................................................. Hendersonville, N.C. Moore, Alisa ...................... ......................1992-96 1992-96 ................... ...................Charlotte, Charlotte, N.C. Moore, Julie ....................... .......................1992-96 1992-96 ................... ...................Wadhams, Wadhams, N.Y. Moose, Karen ............................................................................ Morgan, Kim ...................... ......................1975-78 1975-78 ................... ...................Salisbury, Salisbury, N.C. Morkunaite, Agneta ......... 2008- ................. Vilnius, Lithuania Morris, Donna ................................................... ...................................................Kannapolis, Kannapolis, N.C. Mouberry, Joyce ................................................ Cammeron, N.C. Mullins, Ashley................... ...................2005-09 2005-09 ...................... Honaker, Va. Murray, Nicole.................... Nicole....................1999-03 1999-03 .................... ....................Rose Rose Hill, N.C. NNNN Norton, Candace........................................................................

Nosovitch, Colleen ........... 2010- ...................... ......................Allentown, Allentown, Pa. OOOO Ochs, Sadie ....................... .......................1994-98 1994-98 ............... ...............Garden Garden City, Kan. Orsett, Jennifer .................. ..................1978-80 1978-80 .......................... Cary, N.C. Otamiri, Irene..................... .....................2003-07 2003-07 .................... ....................Lund, Lund, Sweden PPPP Parker, Anna ...................... ......................1976-79 1976-79 ..................... Monroe, N.C. Patterson, Breonna.......... 2010- .................. ..................Greensboro, Greensboro, N.C. Person, Gayle............................................................................. Peschel, Carol.................... ....................1981-82 1981-82 ..................... Roanoke, Va. Peters, Catey ..................... .....................1998-00 1998-00 ............... Greensboro, N.C. Polk, Angie ........................ ........................1985-89 1985-89 ............... Greensboro, N.C. Pope, Betty ................................................................................ Poupart, Bridget ................ ................1985-86 1985-86 ....................... .......................Roswell, Roswell, Ga. Powell, Lynn ....................... .......................1980-81 1980-81 ................ ................Weaverville, Weaverville, N.C. Puckett, Brenda ......................................................................... QQQQ Qually, Kim ........................ ........................1992-93 1992-93 ..................... Olds, Alberta RRRR Reed, Lindsey .................... ....................2000-04 2000-04 ......................... .........................Dublin, Dublin, Va. Reep, Suzanne ................... ...................1979-82 1979-82 ................ ................Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla. Reid, Sandi ........................ ........................1998-02 1998-02 ...................... Spencer, Va. Rhodes, Mona ................................................. Greensboro, N.C. Richardson, Vanessa.......... ..........1980-81 1980-81 ..................... Kinston, N.C. Richbow, Dayshaun .......... 2009- ....................... Hopkins, S.C. Riddick, Sherrill ......................................................................... Robertson, Lisa.................. ..................1978-81 1978-81 ................... Nashville, N.C. Robinson, Niki ................... ...................1994-96 1994-96 ............... Greensboro, N.C. Rudy, Sherrill ..................... .....................1978-79 1978-79 ................ ................Middletown, Middletown, N.J. SSSS Saunders, Christia ............. .............1990-91 1990-91 .............. Charleston, W.Va. Seidel, Lisa ........................ ........................1983-86 1983-86 ................ Wyomissing, Pa. Seufert, Susan ................... ...................1984-88 1984-88 .................... ....................Bellmore, Bellmore, N.Y. Shade, Cynthia .................. ..................1993-94 1993-94 ................ Morganton, N.C. Smith, Katrina.................... ....................1996-00 1996-00 ........... Morehead City, N.C. Smith, Kendra ................. 2007- ..................... Columbus, Ga. Ruby Smith ........................ ........................1983-87 1983-87 ................ Appomattox, Va. Snead, Donna .................... ....................1986-90 1986-90 ....................... Bassett, Va. Sossman, Beth .......................................................................... Sousa, Kelsi ....................... .......................2001-02 2001-02 ................ ................Santa Santa Ana, Calif. Stevenson, Janae’ ............ 2010- ..................... Columbia, S.C. Strange, Cathy ................... ...................1974-78 1974-78................. .................Fayetteville, Fayetteville, N.C. Strickland, Cristi ................ ................2000-02 2000-02 .......... Hendersonville, N.C. Stowe, Melody ........................................................................... Sydney, Sherry ................... ...................1981-83 1981-83 ................ ................Fayetteville, Fayetteville, N.C. TTTT Thomas, Cindy ................... ...................1979-80 1979-80 ................. .................Peachland, Peachland, N.C. Tolbert, Brenda .................. ..................1981-85 1981-85 ........................... ...........................Willis, Willis, Va. Tompkins, Kathleen Kathleen............ ............1985-89 1985-89 ........ ........Pleasant Pleasant Garden, N.C. Troutman, Vickie ................................................ ................................................Statesville, Statesville, N.C. Tucker, Marty .................................................... ....................................................Stokesdale, Stokesdale, N.C. VVVV Viverette, Rebecca ............. .............1994-98 1994-98 ....................... .......................Wilson, Wilson, N.C. WWWW Wadelington, Sharniece ..... .....2006-08 2006-08 .................. ..................Greenville, Greenville, S.C. Walter, Stefanie ................. .................1992-96 1992-96 ............ ............North North Canton, Ohio Weaver, Jazz .................... 2008- ...................... Covington, Ky. Weaver, Julia ...................... ......................1984-88 1984-88 ................. High Point, N.C. West, Amber ...................... ......................1996-98 1996-98 .................... Galesburg, Ill. White, Gail ......................... .........................1990-92 1990-92 ........................ Trinity, N.C. Whitehurst, Christy............. Christy.............1987-90 1987-90 .......... ..........Colonial Colonial Heights, Va. Wiggs, Rita ........................ ........................1971-75 1971-75................. .................Fayetteville, Fayetteville, N.C. Wilbanks, Alicia ................. .................1989-90 1989-90 ................... Carrollton, Ga. Wilhelmy, Cindy ................. .................1978-79 1978-79 ................... ...................Bethesda, Bethesda, Md. Williams, Jessica................ ................2000-02 2000-02 ................ ................Wilmington, Wilmington, N.C. Wilson, Tina ....................... .......................1990-93 1990-93 ................. High Point, N.C. Womack, Johanna .............. ..............2007-08 2007-08 ............... ...............Jacksonville, Jacksonville, N.C. YYYY Young, Shannon ................. .................1990-91 1990-91 ................ Henderson, N.C. Young, Tracey ..................... .....................1988-91 1988-91 ................ Henderson, N.C. ZZZZ Zerger, Jo ........................... ...........................1990-94 1990-94 ..................... Canton, Ohio Current team members in bold

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WBK IN THE UNCG HALL OF FAME Team Inductions 1981-1982 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2007) National runners-up in the first-ever NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Tournament … amassed a record of 25-3, losing in overtime at Elizabethtown College (Pa.) … began a run of seven consecutive 20-win seasons for the women’s basketball program.

Individual Inductions Renee Coltrane

Lynne Agee (Inducted 2004) The first active head coach to be enshrined … first coach in NCAA history to lead her team to the NCAA Tournament in all three divisions … more than 500 career wins to her credit.

Ellie Jones

Wendy Engelmann-Gettings (Inducted 2002) Scored 1,378 points and dished out a school-record 574 assists … was a third-team All-American in 1983-84.

(Inducted 2001) All-American as a junior (1983-84) … first women’s basketball player to exceed 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career.

Jo Ann Messick

Angie Polk-Jones (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970s, competing in field hockey, tennis and basketball … four-year standout in field hockey, earning Deep South All-Star accolades three times … six-time participant in National Field Hockey Festivals, including three while at UNCG.

(Inducted 2003) One of UNCG’s most versatile student-athletes ever as she excelled in tennis, basketball and field hockey from 1969-73.

(Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (198589) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.

Rita Wiggs (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to state NCAIAW title and AIAW regional appearance in 1972 … led UNCG in scoring for four straight seasons and finished with 1,347 career points.

About the Hall of Fame The purpose of the UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame is to recognize and honor those special individuals, who through their superior athletic achievements or by their outstanding service, have made long-lasting, exemplary contributions to the UNCG athletics program. Persons to be recognized for the excellence of their achievements may include former athletes, coaches, administrators and other individuals who brought recognition and honor to both themselves and to UNCG. Ceremonies are traditionally held each fall during Homecoming weekend.

Nominations should be sent to: Hall of Fame Committee - c/o Stacy Kosciak UNCG Department of Athletics PO Box 26168 Greensboro, NC 27402

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The University of North rth Carolina at Greensboro was first chartered back on February 18, 18 1891 as the State Normal and Industrial School. o It was the first state-supported ol. school for the higherr education e of women in North Carolina. Founded by Charles arlles Duncan McIver, it became coeducational in 1963. 3 Today, 3. T in its 119th year of existance, the campus covers 210 2 0 acres in downtown Greensboro and has an enrollment e t that exceeded 17,000 for the first ent time ever last year. For F r fall 2008, 17,467 students were enrolled, including 13 1 13,453 ,453 undergraduates.

MINERVA Charles Duncan McIver, founder of the State Normal and Industrial School (now UNCG), decided Minerva, Roman goddess of Wisdom, would be a good symbol for the school. Beginning with the first diploma in 1893, the head of Minerva has appeared on every diploma awarded by the institution. The class of 1907 donated the original Minerva statue - made of plaster - to the University. In 2003, the class of 1953 commissioned a replacement, made of bronze, and placed outside the Elliott University Center in the heart of campus.

UNIVERSITY FOUNDER CHARLES MCIVER Founded in 1891, UNCG is a diverse, studentcentered research university, linking the Triad and North Carolina to the world through learning, discovery and service. The university is organized into a College of Arts & Sciences and six professional schools, with more than 1,000 faculty members teaching in programs that offer 86 undergraduate, 56 master’s and 25 doctoral degrees. Among its highimpact projects are the Gateway University Research Park and the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, which are being created in partnership with North Carolina A&T.

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COLLEGE AVENUE UNCG’s School of Nursing, which was established in 1966, is the third largest in North Carolina. It has three departments – Adult Health, Parent-Child and Community Practice – and is recognized for the excellence of its programs and the success of its graduates. The master’s program in nurse anesthesia was ranked eighth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UNCG is the first institution in the UNC system to offer a combined Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Business Administration in health management.

Despite record numbers for enrollment, UNCG still enjoys a student-faculty ratio of 17:1 with a faculty totalling 1,080. More than 2,000 bachelor’s degrees and nearly 1,000 master’s and doctoral diplomas are awarded annually. Over the last several years, 75 percent of freshmen have returned the following year.

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THE UNCG CAMPUS AND THE GREENSBORO SKYLINE UNCG has long had a reputation for academic excellence, and student-athletes at UNCG are not an exception to the rule. At the end of each of the last five academic years, more than 40% of UNCG student-athletes held a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better, including 51% of them last year. In fall 2009, UNCG’s student-athletes had a combined GPA of 3.03. UNCG’s student-athletes combined for a 2.96 GPA for the 2009-10 academic year.

The School of Music, which was established in 1921, is rated as one of the Top 20 in the country and combines rigorous theory, history, and performance training with a broad liberal arts education. Pictured above, the university opened a $25.7 million state-of-the-art music facility in 1999. The school offers the only comprehensive slate of performance and music education degrees from the baccalaureate through the doctorate in North Carolina.

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UNCG VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will redefine the public research university for the 21st century as an inclusive, collaborative and responsive institution making a difference in the lives of students and the communities it serves. UNCG is a … • Learner-centered, accessible and inclusive community fostering intellectual inquiry to prepare students for meaningful lives and engaged citizenship; • Research university where collaborative scholarship and creative activity enhance quality of life across the lifespan; • Source of innovation and leadership meeting social, economic and environmental challenges in the Piedmont Triad, North Carolina and beyond; and • Global university integrating intercultural and international experiences and perspectives into learning, discovery and service.

VALUES STATEMENT The U University niiversitity off N North orth Carolina Carolilina att G Greensboro, reensbboro a com community including students, faculty, staff, and alumni, will demonstrate its commitment to … • Inclusiveness – A welcoming and inclusive academic community, based on open dialogue and shared governance, offers a culture of caring with visible, meaningful representation of differences; • Collaboration – interdisciplinary, intercommunity, inter-institutional and international collaboration is reflected and rewarded in teaching, research, creative activity, community engagement and infrastructure; • Sustainability – Academics, operations and outreach are conducted with careful attention to the enduring interconnectedness of social equity, the environment, economy and aesthetics; • Responsibility – A public institution, the university responds to community needs and serves the public in a systematic fashion through the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity; and • Transparency – Goals, processes, decisions and outcomes are accessible and measurable, resulting in enhanced performance, trust and accountability.

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Dr. Linda BRADY CHANCELLOR Dr. Linda P. Brady vversity of North Carollina at Greensboro on Brady, 62, suc-

who retired July 31, w 2008, after almost 14 2 In recommending Brady to the Board of Governors, UNC President Erskine Bowles said: “Over the past 25 years, Linda Brady has accumulated a wealth of leadership experience at highly respected public, urban universities, as well as in the halls of Washington. At each step along the way, she has proven herself to be an energetic leader who promotes collaboration, creative problem-solving, and real-life commitment to scholarship, research, and public service. … “With her broad experience in higher education and federal government, her demonstrated integrity and sound judgment, and her profound understanding of the global marketplace in which our students must compete, Linda Brady will be a forceful and effective leader for UNC Greensboro.” A native of New York City and the first member of her family to attend college, Brady graduated from Douglass College, the women’s division of Rutgers University, in 1969 with a degree in political science. She received a master’s degree in the field from Rutgers (1970) and a doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University (1974). She began her academic career as an assistant professor of political science at Vanderbilt University in 1973 and joined the faculty at Goucher College in Maryland three years later. From 1978 to 1985, Brady held several positions in the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense. Among other roles, she served as a political analyst in the State Department’s Office of Disarmament and Arms Control and as special assistant for mutual and balanced force reductions in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. She later served as a senior fellow in international security and arms control at the Carter Center of Emory University (1986-87) and as a distinguished professor of national security at the U.S. Military Academy (1991-92). From 1993 to 2001, Brady led the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was also a professor of international affairs. She joined North Carolina State University in 2001 as Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of political science, and over the next five years was credited with building the stature and visibility of the College, launching a number of new graduate degree programs, and significantly increasing external support for the humanities and social sciences at NC State. She left North Carolina in 2006 to become the chief academic and operating officer at the University of Oregon. Brady has authored or co-edited three books and numerous book chapters and scholarly articles in the fields of American foreign policy, international negotiation and arms control. Among other professional organizations, she is a member of the International Studies Association, the American Political Science Association, the International Institute for

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Strategic Studies, and the Council on Foreign Relations. A past recipient of the Georgia Tech School of Social Sciences Teaching Award, she has earned the Superior Honor Award from the U.S. Department of State and is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the Department of the Army. She was an American Council on Education Fellow in 1997-98, serving her fellowship year at the University of Iowa under the mentorship of President Mary Sue Coleman and Provost Jon Whitmore. Since moving to UNCG, Brady has become a member of the Greensboro Rotary Club. She is also on the Board of Directors for United Way of Greater Greensboro and the Greensboro Partnership. Brady is married to Gustav “Steve” Heyer, a retired Army officer. She has two adult stepsons and three grandchildren: Stephen Heyer and his wife, Suzanne, live in Richmond, Va., with their children Alyx, Megan and Andrew Casey, while Michael Heyer lives in Chicago, Ill. In accepting the position at UNCG, Brady said, “This is one of the very best jobs in American higher education. I am so grateful for this opportunity and humbled by the trust you have place in me. I shall not let you down.”

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Kim RECORD

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Kimberly S. “Kim”” Record, was named too R tthe post of director off iintercollegiate athleticss aat UNCG on Sept. 27,, 2009. 2 Record, who mostt rrecently had served ass a consultant with ISPP Sports, was the seniorr S Unviersity from 1995 to 2008, and held a succession of positions at thee University of Virginia from 1984-1995, culminating with an appointmentt as associate director of athletics for administration. Kim R Ki Recordd chats h t with ith members b off th the media di andd university i it community it att hher press is UNCG’s first female athletic director. There are only 29 female athleticc conference on Sept. 27, 2009. directors in the NCAA Division I, with five of them in the UNC system.. Record is only the second woman to hold an athletic director’s position The AD also took the lead role in strategic planning and in athletics facilities in the 89-year history of the Southern Conference. development. The athletics budget is approximately $8.8 million, and athletic “I am delighted that Kim Record is joining UNCG as director of intercol- scholarships provided for the 2009-10 academic year exceeded $2.1 million. legiate athletics,” said UNCG Chancellor Linda P. Brady upon Record’s hiring. In her 13 years at Florida State, she had a broad range of administrative du“She is the right person for this position, and she possesses the leadership, ties, including serving as a member of the Executive Management Team, which administration and fundraising skills that are essential to bringing greater suc- determined and implemented policy decisions for a 19-sport, $50 million intercess to Spartan athletics. I look forward to working with her to raise UNCG’s collegiate program. She directly supervised three sports programs – men’s and program to a higher level of visibility and excellence.” women’s basketball and women’s soccer – and monitored Title IX compliance. At UNCG, Record leads a program that fields men’s and women’s teams in Other areas included executive-level staffing; day-to-day departmental opera18 sports, 250 student-athletes and 57 employees. She succeeded Nelson E. tions; serving as liaison with the trademark licensing program; and oversight Bobb, UNCG’s first-ever AD who resigned from the post after directing Spartan for marketing, media and public relations, and radio and television contracts. athletics for 26 years. In construction, she facilitated FSU’s $6 million state-of-the-art soccer and Record is responsible for the leadership, administration, organization and softball stadium and its $10 million men’s and women’s basketball training finances of UNCG’s athletics program, which is undergoing a major shift in its center. She oversaw a project that showcased the history of athletics at FSU as men’s basketball program. The Spartan men’s basketball team began playing part of a $100 million facilities improvement plan. Her initial responsibilities as its games in the Greensboro Coliseum in 2009-10. associate director of athletics at FSU included oversight of men’s and women’s Among other responsibilities, she coordinates fundraising and operation of tennis, swimming & diving and softball. Record also held the designation of the Spartan Club with the vice chancellor for university advancement. She will senior woman administrator. oversee efforts to engage alumni, fans and the community with UNCG athletics. At Virginia, she supervised all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the department and specialized in external operations. She implemented marketing and promotional strategies for all 26 sports programs as associate director of athletics for external operations. She was the executive staff member of a capital campaign team created to raise $50 million. She came up through the ranks at Virginia, where she earned her bachelor’s degree, starting out as a sports information intern who was progressively promoted in the department to associate director of athletics for administration. As a consultant with ISP, Record provided marketing expertise in the area of athletics sports signage, including videoboards, scorer’s tables and other digital signage. She has also coordinated purchase and installation between vendor, institution and ISP. Within the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), Record has served on both the executive committee and the Director’s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Women’s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated form Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons – Kyle, 22, a fourth-year student at the University of Virginia, and Josh, 17, a junior at Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla. Kim R Ki Recordd with ith hher sons K Kyle l (l (left) ft) andd JJoshh ((right) ight) shortly h tl after ft bbeing i g iintroduced t d d as UNCG’s new director of athletics.

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THE SPARTAN CLUB The Spartan Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to secure scholarship support for nearly 250 student-athletes who compete in 18 men’s and women’s NCAA Division I athletic programs at UNCG. UNCG proudly proclaims that 100 percent of Spartan Club contributions go directly to athletic scholarships for deserving studentathletes.

Methods of Giving Cash, Checks and Credit Card Gifts: Provide the yearly financial resources needed to operate the athletic program. Payments may be spread over the course of a fiscal year (July 1-June 30), but all pledges must be paid by June 30. The university accepts cash, checks and credit cards (American Express, MasterCard, Visa).

Employer Matching Gifts: Matching gifts double or triple the impact of your gift and increase your membership level. Be sure to enclose your matching gift form with application and donation and associate benefits.

Athletic Scholarship Endowments: These provide tuition, room, meals, books and fees on an annual basis for a studentathlete. Pay tribute to someone’s life and accomplishments or leave your own legacy while strengthening UNCG’s athletic program.

Planned and Estate Gifts: These gifts include life income arrangements from trusts, annuities, income funds, as well as life insurance policies and individual estate bequests, such as cash or real estate.

Annual Scholarships

Endowed Athletic Scholarships

A named endowment to support athletic scholarships may be created with a commitment of $50,000 or more. The endowment generates income that is awarded to student-athletes on an annual basis.

An annual scholarship may be created with a commitment of $10,000 or more over a four-year period.

•Lynne C. Agee Fund •James H. Allen Fund •Alma W. Barrier Fund •Smith Barrier Fund •Dr. Richard and Sharon Beavers Scholarship Fund •Irwin Belk Fund •Aaron Michael Bobb Fund •Rich Brenner Endowed Fund •Mike & Nancy Burke Fund •Marge Burns Fund •Bush Family Fund •Bobbi Carson Fund •Robert A. and Mary C. Fleming Fund •The Michael B. Fleming Fund •Stanley and Dorothy Frank Fund •J. Douglas Galyon Fund

•Richard A. and Sharon J. Beavers Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bobb Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Bott Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Linda Brady and Steve Heyer Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •David L. and Martha P. Brown Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Marc and Janis Bush Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mike and Cherry Callahan Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Clarida Family Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Doug M. Hamilton Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Raila M. Harris Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Nixon C. Henley Annual Athletic Scholarship •Karl Mayer Textile Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Brenda Tolbert King Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Kronenfeld Family Annual Scholarship Fund •LindBrook Development Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shawn Daniel Mulrooney Memorial Annual Athletic Scholarship •Piedmont Orthopedic Associates, Inc. Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Senn Dunn Annual Athletic Scholarship •Shamrock Corporation Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Mary and Art Winstead Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund •Perry R. Wyatt Annual Athletic Scholarship Fund

•Ellen Griffin Fund •Lester Earl Gross III Fund •Charles A. Hayes Fund •Becky Jackson Fund •Nathan & Robyn Jameson Fund •David Bates Knight Fund •C. Tomas Martin Fund •Karl Mayer Fund •Jim Melvin Fund •Charles C. Moyer Fund •Victor M. Nussbaum, Jr. Fund •Nancy Ann Porter Fund •Charles M. Reid Fund •Rayna Matea Taylor Fund •Edward & Carolyn Uprichard Fund •H. Michael Weaver Fund

Six additional funds that are on their way to reaching endowment status include: •Athena Gallins •Celebration of Women in Sport •Doug Hamilton •Michael H. Parker •David and Malinda Richbourg •Gary, Marilyn and Jordan Smith Fund

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Spartan Club Executive Committee Chair: Chuck Burns - Area Vice President, First Citizens Bank Jack Arehart ‘76 - VP Commercial Sales & Marketing, AAR Corp. Samantha F. Brumbaugh ‘99 - Attorney at Cairo, Ferguson, Brumbaugh, Stroupe, PLLC Marc Bush - Greensboro Sports Commission Craig Cook ‘82 - President, Oakbrook Solutions, Inc. Judy Garner ‘71 - Retired, Employee Security Commission of NC Michael Godwin - Attorney, Schell, Bray, Aycock, Abel & Livingson Keith Grandberry ‘89 - President & CEO, Winston-Salem Urban League Leaton Harris - Director of Business Operations, TEK Systems George Hoyle ‘90 - Managing Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Kurt Kronenfeld ‘79 - Vice President, Senn Dunn Insurance Pete LaMuraglia ‘86 - Partner, Compass Financial Partners, LLC Ben Sirmons ‘74 - Assistant General Council, UNIFI, Inc. Michael Spohn ‘91 - CFO/Vice President, Old North State Trust, LLC Jeff Taylor ‘83 - CFO, Pope Companies Harrison Turner, Partner, Greensboro Dermatology Associates Ex-Officio Members Dr. Patti Stewart - Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, UNCG Chris Gorham ‘02 - Director of Marketing/Communications, Goodwill Industries Kim Record - Director of Athletics, UNCG Mike Roach - Director, Spartan Club Advisor C. Thomas Martin ‘70 - Former Director of Planning, City of Greensboro

UNCG Spartan Club PO Box 41230 Greensboro, NC 27404-1230 Director: Mike Roach

Phone: 336-334-5156 Fax: 336-334-5319 www.spartanclub.org Associate Director: TBA

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SPARTAN SUCCESS Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 40th season in 2006-07, athletics at UNCG date back to the 1940s in the days before the university became co-ed. Golfer Nancy Porter, who went on to a successful pro career, is regarded as one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, competing in tournaments on the national level in the late 1940s. In 1963, as the university prepared to go co-ed, UNCG began to formally organize athletic teams. Women’s basketball, under head coach Ellen Griffin, women’s tennis, women’s golf and field hockey were started. LPGA Hall of Famer Carol Mann was on one of the early UNCG women’s golf teams. In 1967, UNCG began men’s athletics and the intercollegiate athletics program received formal recognition from the university. In the fall of 1967, the Spartan was adopted as the program’s mascot. In 1968, UNCG’s men’s teams joined the Dixie Athletic Conference, known today as the USA South Conference, on the NCAA Division III level. Women’s teams competed as part of the AIAW early on, with UNCG being one of the lead organizers of the organization. Two of the first men’s sports were basketball and bowling. In 1971, with the emergence of the five-player rule in women’s basketball, UNCG finished fourth in the National Collegiate Tournament. Two years later, the women’s golf team won the AIAW national title – UNCG’s firstever team national crown. Porter coached the squad and future professional golfer Donna Horton White was on the squad. Since then, UNCG has enjoyed a number of successes: • Five national titles in men’s soccer during the 1980s and a runner-up finish in women’s tennis. • An unprecedented five-year move from Division III to Division II to Division I. • A trip to the “Big Dance” – the NCAA men’s basketball tournament – in just its fifth year of Division I status. • Men’s soccer coach Michael Parker and women’s basketball coach Lynne Agee were the first to lead teams to the NCAA tournament in all three divisions. • A baseball squad built from scratch by Mike Gaski that made it to the NCAA tournament in just its fifth season of play. • A men’s soccer program that conquered all comers for two months to become the No. 1 team in the nation in 2004, the beginning of UNCG’s three straight NCAA tournament Round of 16 appearances and four in five years. • Kyle Hines, who became just the sixth player in college basketball history to record 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 300 blocked shots in a career. • Individuals like wrestler Dock Kelly, who overcame birth defects that left him without legs, qualifying for the NCAA Championship. • Students like Siggi Eyjolffson, who earned Academic All-American honors three times. From major league pitcher Brian Moehler to

limited to the playing field, ld, either. The late Doug Hamilton was one of the pioneers within MLS and

soccer federation, currently serving as their women’s national team head coach. S p a r t a n athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best iss yet to come.

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National Championships (6) Women’s Golf – 1973 (AIAW) Men’s Soccer – 1982 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1983 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1985 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1986 (NCAA III) Men’s Soccer – 1987 (NCAA III)

Conference Tournament Titles (43 overall; 31 in NCAA Div. I) Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Softball – 1988 Men’s Soccer – 1993 ** Softball – 1994 ** Women’s Soccer – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 ** Softball – 1995 ** Men’s Golf – 1995 ** Women’s Golf – 1995 ** Men’s Tennis – 1995 ** Men’s Basketball – 1996 ** Men’s Golf – 1996 ** Women’s Golf – 1996 ** Softball – 1996 ** Women’s Soccer –1996 ** Men’s Soccer – 1996 ** Baseball – 1997 ** Women’s Tennis – 1997 ** Softball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer –1997 Men’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Soccer –1998 Women’s Basketball – 1998 Men’s Basketball –2001 Women’s Soccer – 2001 Women’s Soccer – 2003 Men’s Soccer – 2005 Women’s Soccer – 2006 Men’s Soccer – 2006 Men’s Soccer – 2008 Wrestling – 2010 Men’s Tennis – 2010 Women’s Soccer – 2010

Conference Reg. Season Titles (78 overall; 44 in NCAA Div. I) Men’s Tennis – 1974 Men’s Basketball – 1981 Men’s Tennis – 1981 Women’s Volleyball – 1981 Men’s Soccer – 1981 Women’s Basketball – 1982 Softball – 1982 Women’s Tennis – 1982 Women’s Volleyball – 1982 Women’s Basketball – 1983 Softball – 1983 Women’s Tennis – 1983 Women’s Volleyball – 1983 Men’s Soccer – 1983 Women’s Basketball – 1984

Softball – 1984 Men’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Tennis – 1984 Women’s Volleyball – 1984 Men’s Soccer – 1984 Women’s Basketball – 1985 Women’s Tennis – 1985 Men’s Soccer – 1985 Men’s Tennis – 1986 Women’s Tennis – 1986 Men’s Soccer – 1986 Men’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Basketball – 1987 Women’s Tennis – 1987 Men’s Soccer – 1987 Men’s Basketball – 1988 Women’s Basketball – 1988 Men’s Tennis – 1988 Women’s Tennis – 1988 Softball – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1993 Men’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Soccer – 1993 Women’s Basketball – 1994 Baseball – 1994 ** Men’s Soccer – 1994 Women’s Soccer – 1994 Men’s Basketball – 1995 Women’s Basketball – 1995 Softball – 1995 Men’s Soccer – 1995 Women’s Soccer – 1995 Volleyball – 1995 Men’s Basketball – 1996 Women’s Basketball – 1996 Softball – 1996 Men’s Soccer – 1996 Women’s Soccer – 1996 Softball – 1997 Baseball – 1997 Women’s Basketball – 1997 ** Women’s Soccer – 1997 ** Men’s Soccer - 1997 ** Women’s Basketball – 1998 ** Baseball – 1998 ** Women’s Soccer – 1998 ** Men’s Soccer – 1998 ** Women’s Basketball – 1999 ** Women’s Soccer – 2000 ** Men’s Tennis – 2001 ** Women’s Soccer – 2001 ** Women’s Basketball – 2002 ** Men’s Basketball – 2002 Men’s Soccer – 2004 ** Women’s Soccer – 2004 ** Men’s Soccer – 2005 ** Men’s Soccer – 2006 ** Women’s Soccer – 2006 ** Women’s Soccer – 2007** Women’s Soccer – 2008** Women’s Soccer – 2009 ** Men’s Soccer – 2010 ** Women’s Soccer – 2010 ** ** denotes officially recognized conference champion

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2010-11 UNCG schedule Date Nov. 6 Nov. 12 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Opponent Winston-Salem State (exh.) at Clemson UNC Wilmington at Charleston Southern

Nov. 26 Nov. 27

Mayfair Hotel and Spa Thanksgiving Tournament vs. Eastern Illinois Coral Gables, Fla. vs. Miami/Florida Atlantic Coral Gables, Fla.

Dec. 1 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 20 Dec. 31

at Morgan State High Point Radford Wofford* Furman* at Davidson*

Baltimore, Md. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Davidson, N.C.

Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Jan. 31

at Western Carolina* Georgia Southern* at Chattanooga* at Samford* at College of Charleston* Elon* Appalachian State* Davidson* at Wofford* at Furman*

Cullowhee, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Chattanooga, Tenn. Birmingham, Ala. Charleston, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Greenville, S.C.

Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 26

at Georgia Southern* Western Carolina* at Elon* College of Charleston* Chattanooga* (Senior Day) Samford* at Appalachian State*

Statesboro, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Elon, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro, N.C. Boone, N.C.

March 3-7

at SoCon Championship

Chattanooga, Tenn.

*- Southern Conference game All times Eastern

Location Greensboro, N.C. Clemson, S.C. Greensboro, N.C. Charleston, S.C.

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