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#2 Jessica Collins G | 5-6 | Sr.

#3 Jazmine Missouri G | 5-7 | Jr.

#10 Jarae Savage F | 5-9 | Sr.

#11 Allison Whitman F/C | 6-3 | Fr.

#12 Lucy Mason G | 5-8 | Jr.

#14 Bailey Williams G | 5-7 | So.

#15 Jade Scaife F | 5-11 | So.

#21 Medena Bartley F | 6-1 | Jr.

#22 India Timpton F | 6-0 | So.

#23 Jayda Luckie G | 5-9 | Fr.

#25 Shanese Harris #31 Whitney Coleman #33 Skye Jefferson G | 5-10 | So. F/C | 6-2 | Fr. G | 5-9 | So.

Head Coach Wendy Palmer

Assistant Coach Walter Pitts

Assistant Coach LaToya Jones

#35 Keli Foster G | 5-7 | Sr.

#44 Mariah Wilson C | 6-2 | So.

Assistant Coach Cait Wetmore

Director of Basketball Operations

Jazz Weaver


TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents................................................................................................................................................................ 3 Media Information............................................................................................................................................................. 4 2014-15 Quick Facts........................................................................................................................................................... 5 This is UNCG.................................................................................................................................................................. 6-9 The Spartan Way......................................................................................................................................................... 10-11 Fleming Gymnasium................................................................................................................................................. 12-13 Chancellor Linda P. Brady...............................................................................................................................................14 Director of Athletics Kim Record..................................................................................................................................15 Athletic Training...............................................................................................................................................................16 Strength and Conditioning.............................................................................................................................................17 Head Coach Wendy Palmer...................................................................................................................................... 18-19 Assistant Coach Walter Pitts...........................................................................................................................................20 Assistant Coach Latoya Jones.........................................................................................................................................21 Assistant Coach Cait Wetmore.......................................................................................................................................22 Director of Basketball Operations Jazz Weaver............................................................................................................23 Alphabetical/Numerical Rosters....................................................................................................................................24 2015 SoCon Tournament Bracket..................................................................................................................................25 Jarae Savage................................................................................................................................................................. 26-27 Jessica Collins.............................................................................................................................................................. 28-29 Lucy Mason................................................................................................................................................................. 30-31 Medena Bartley........................................................................................................................................................... 32-33 Jazmine Missouri........................................................................................................................................................ 34-35 Whitney Coleman............................................................................................................................................................36 Bailey Williams.................................................................................................................................................................37 Shanese Harris..................................................................................................................................................................38 Jade Scaife..........................................................................................................................................................................39 India Timpton...................................................................................................................................................................40 Mariah Wilson..................................................................................................................................................................41 Allison Whitman/Jayda Luckie......................................................................................................................................42 Skye Jefferson/Keli Foster................................................................................................................................................43 Team Photos/Class Photos........................................................................................................................................ 44-45 Opponents Information............................................................................................................................................ 46-47 2012-13 Final Statistics.............................................................................................................................................. 48-49 The Southern Conference................................................................................................................................................50 2013-14 Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Review.......................................................................................51 All-Time Series Records............................................................................................................................................ 52-55 Season-By Season Results.......................................................................................................................................... 56-63 Program History and Records.................................................................................................................................. 64-81 Spartan Club............................................................................................................................................................... 82-83 UNCG Athletics Hall of Fame.................................................................................................................................. 84-90 UNCG Campus Map.......................................................................................................................................................91


MEDIA INFORMATION WORKING CREDENTIALS

Credentials will be issued upon request to working members of the print and broadcast media. Internet-based media members will be provided credentials on a space-available basis. The UNCG Athletic Communications Office retains the right to deny or revoke credentials to media outlets or a specific member of the media. All requests for credentials must be received no later than 36 hours before the game. Credential requests made on the day of the game can not be guaranteed and should be avoided. For games on the UNCG campus, credentials can be picked up at the will call gate of UNCG’s Fleming Gymnasium. Any outlet that is issued a season credential should still contact Justin Glover in the Athletic Communications office to obtain courtside seating for all events. Professional scouts should contact the Athletic Communications Office for press row space. Professional scouts will be required to buy a ticket and shall only receive space on press row if seats are available.

courtside for use by media members. For those wishing to make long distance calls, it is mandated by the UNCG Media Relations Office that those calls should be collect, with a calling card or via a toll-free number. Exceptions may only be granted by the media relations staff and should be requested before gameday. In the case of exceptions, media outlets will be billed for toll calls made. Print media (including photographers) wishing to have dedicated phone lines should contact the UNCG Media Relations office at least one week in advance of gameday. All installation charges will be billed to the media outlet. Please contact Justin Glover in the Media Relations Office for details. Visiting broadcast media are provided two telephone lines and an ISDN line per Southern Conference policy. Nonconference schools wishing to use ISDN will be required to pay a usage fee. (Contact Justin Glover in the Athletic Communications Office for details.) Requests for additional phone lines should be made well in advance of gameday. Additional phone lines will be provided if available. If not, the media outlet will be responsible for the installation and all applicable charges.

Spouses, dates and children will not be granted working credentials. Nonworking media will only be issued credentials on a space-available basis. Requests for media credentials should be sent to Justin Glover, UNCG Athletic Communications Office, PO Box 26168, Greensboro, N.C., 27402 or by email to jaglove2@uncg.edu.

Internet media outlets provided with credentials will only be provided phone lines if available.

MEDIA PARKING

UNCG ON THE WEB• www.UNCGSpartans.com

Parking is available in the Walker Avenue parking deck, located across the street from Fleming Gym. There is no charge for parking in the deck on game days during the time frame of an hour before and after each contest.

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Accredited photographers may shoot from either baseline, but must contact Chip Welch in the UNCG Media Relations Office for credentials. Photography from press row is not allowed without the expressed consent of a UNCG media relations staff member. Due to a limited number of phone lines on press row, telephone lines for use by photographers must be ordered in advanced and may require an installation fee to be paid by the outlet.

INTERVIEWS

Head coach Wendy Palmer will be available for postgame interviews in the UNCG Media Room following her commitment to radio interviews. Requested players will be available after a 10-minute “cooling off” period. Up to three players will be brought to the media room for games played at Fleming Gym. The UNCG locker room is closed to the media. Unless expressed permission is given by the Media Relations Office, players are not available prior to a contest. Requests for pregame interviews with coaching staff members should be communicated to a member of the media relations staff as early as possible. Each day prior to the start of practice, selected players can be made available for interviews by calling the Media Relations Office before noon. All interviews must be completed 15 minutes before the start of practice. For interviews with Palmer, contact the Media Relations Office. Practices are generally closed to the media, but may be opened at the discretion of the coaching staff. News camera taping of practice can be denied at the discretion of the coaching staff. For practice schedules, please contact Justin Glover in the Media Relations office.

GAMEDAY SERVICES

The UNCG Media Relations Office will do everything possible to accommodate the needs of media covering Spartan athletics. Wireless Internet access is available on a guest server at Fleming Gym. Please see a media relations staff member for assistance. At Fleming Gym, a series of phone lines are available

Media relations staff members will provide in-game statistics to members of the media on press row via printed box scores and/or courtside stat monitors. UNCGSpartans.com, designed in a partnership with Neulion, combines the usual reliability of scores, stats, game previews and reviews with new features and cutting-edge technology. It also includes multimedia features, including live and tape-delayed game footage, coach and game video features, an online store to buy tickets and the latest “Spartan Gear” and much, much more. Notes, releases, statistics and other pertinent information are available on the UNCG official website. Statistics are updated approximately one hour after each game. Notes are typically available 24 hours prior to tip-off for each game. FOR ADVANCE COPY OF GAME NOTES (PRIOR TO POSTING ON THE WEBSITE), MEDIA MEMBERS SHOULD CONTACT THE MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE.

SOUTHERN CONFERENCE • www.SoConSports.com

The SoCon website is available at www.soconsports.com. The site contains current information on all facets of the Southern Conference. Please contact Media Relations Assistant Davis Simpson in the SoCon Office at 864-591-5100 for more information.

SPARTANS ON THE AIR

All home women’s basketball games are streamed free of charge on the Internet at www.UNCGSpartans.com via Spartan All Access.

UNCG POLICY ON INJURY REPORTS

Due to circumstances surrounding the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), UNCG has developed a policy regarding the release of injury information. UNCG student-athletes have the right to hold all injury information, except body part and playing status, confidential and private. As a standard operating procedure, coaches, media relations staff and other athletic department personnel should refrain from sharing specific injury information with the media. However, in certain occasions, injury information could be released at the discretion of the media relations department after authorization is obtained from the student-athlete. It is the policy of the UNCG athletic training staff to not address the media unless it is absolutely necessary. Therefore, inquiries by the media regarding medical situations should be addressed to Justin Glover in the Media Relations Office.


2014-15 QUick facts 2013-14 RESULTS Date

Opponent

Result

Nov. 8...........at Florida State................................... L, 93-59 Nov. 11.........at Gardner-Webb.............................. L, 71-60 Nov. 15.........SOUTH CAROLINA STATE........W, 72-63 Nov. 20.........at Norfolk State.................................W, 73-66 Nov. 23.........COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON....W, 64-56 Nov. 27.........VCU................................................................L, 95-72 Dec. 1...........HIGH POINT...................................W, 81-76 Dec. 5...........CLEMSON......................................... L, 77-71 Dec. 14.........CHATTANOOGA *........................ L, 86-53 Dec. 16.........SAMFORD *...................................... L, 65-52 Dec. 22.........ST. BONAVENTURE...................... L, 58-46 Dec. 29.........at Fordham......................................... L, 79-48 Dec. 30.........vs. Tulsa............................................... L, 76-71

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Name............................................................................ UNCG Location..................................................... Greensboro, N.C. Founded........................................................................... 1891 Enrollment................................ 18,454 (14,996 undergrad) Nickname..................................................................Spartans Colors....................................................Gold, White & Navy Arena...................................... Fleming Gymnasium (1,833) Affiliation................................................... NCAA Division I Conference...............................................................Southern Chancellor................................................Dr. Linda P. Brady Director of Athletics...........................................Kim Record Alma Mater........................................................ Virginia, ‘84 SWA....................................................................... Jody Smith Athletics Department Phone...................... (336) 334-5952 Ticket Office Phone...................................... (336) 334-3250

Jan. 4............ELON *...............................................W, 73-62 Jan. 11..........at Georgia Southern *....................... L, 74-71 Jan. 13..........at Davidson *...................................... L, 78-59 Jan. 17..........WESTERN CAROLINA *.............. L, 60-49 Jan. 19..........APPALACHIAN STATE *.............. L, 75-56 Jan. 25..........at Wofford *..............................L, 76-70 (OT) Jan. 27..........at Furman *........................................ L, 73-64 Feb. 1............at Elon *............................................... L, 80-57 Feb. 8............DAVIDSON *..........................L, 75-66 (OT) Feb. 10..........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *.............W, 76-65 Feb. 15..........at Appalachian State *...................... L, 76-67 Feb. 17..........at Western Carolina *....................... L, 63-51 Feb. 22..........FURMAN *........................................ L, 77-64 Feb. 24..........WOFFORD *...................................W, 87-79 Feb. 28..........at Samford *........................................ L, 68-57 March 2.......at Chattanooga *................................ L, 77-56 2014 Southern Conference Championship

COACHING STAFF Head Coach....................................................Wendy Palmer Alma Mater........................................................ Virginia, ‘96 Record at UNCG (Seasons)........................... 19-71 (Third) Career Record (Seasons).............................................. Same Assistant Coach................................................LaToya Jones Seasons at UNCG.............................................Third Season Alma Mater............................................ Gardner-Webb, ‘08 Assistant Coach.................................................. Walter Pitts Seasons at UNCG...............................................First Season Alma Mater.......................................................Alabama, ‘94 Assistant Coach.............................................. Cait Wetmore Seasons at UNCG...............................................First Season Alma Mater.........................................................Adelphi, ‘10 Director of Basketball Operations....................Jazz Weaver Season at UNCG.................................................First Season Alma Mater.......................................................... UNCG, ‘12 Athletic Trainer............................................ Corie Hampton

(Asheville, N.C.) March 7.......vs. No. 7 Western Carolina +.......... L, 77-60

The 2014-15 UNCG women’s basketball digital guide was written by Justin Glover, UNCG Assistant Director of Athletics Communications with assistance Credits from Assistant Athletics Director Matt McCollester, Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Chip Welsh and Director of New Media Dacia Ijames. This publication was designed using Adobe Creative Suite CS4. Photography: Carlos Morales, WG Sports, Chris English, Jerry Wolford, Sideline Sports, Rod Wyatt and various opponent media relations offices.

TEAM INFORMATION 2013-14 Overall Record..................................................7-23 2013-14 SoCon Record...................................................3-15 Conference Finish...........................................................10th Conference Tournament.................................................. 0-1 Postseason........................................................................ N/A Home Record..................................................................... 6-9 Away Record....................................................................1-12 Neutral Site Record........................................................... 0-2 Players Returning/Lost................................................... 11/2 Starters Returning/Lost.................................................... 4/1 Newcomers.............................................................................4 RETURNING STARTERS (4) Pos. No. Name

Cl.

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F 55 Janae’ Stevenson Sr. G 1 Breonna Patterson Sr.

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Cl.

Ht.

G 31 G 25 F/C 15 F/C 11

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Please refer to UNCG as simply UNCG or the Spartans. Please do not refer to UNCG as UNC Greensboro, UNC-Greensboro, North Carolina-Greensboro, North Carolina at Greensboro, or any other variation of the university’s name. Thank you.


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Dr. LinDa BraDy - ChanCeLLor Dr. Linda P. Brady became the 10th chancellor of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on August 1, 2008. Previously she served as Senior Vice President and Provost at the University of Oregon, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at North Carolina State University, and Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At UNCG Dr. Brady has led efforts to establish a mixed-use village designed to recapture theresidential character of the universiBoarD of TrusTees ty, launched an academic restructuring and program review process Charles Blackmon designed to guide future directions and investment, and positioned intercollegiate athletics as an important element of the student exFrances Bullock perience. Linda Carlisle Under her leadership UNCG has won numerous awards and recognitions, including designation by Vanessa Carroll Forbes as a “Best Buy,” inclusion among Princeton Review’s Best 376 Colleges, recognition by the 2012 Nathan Duggins G.I. Jobs List as a “military friendly” school, named a campus sustainability leader in the College SusBrad Hayes tainability Report Card 2011, and recognition as one of the nation’s most affordable public universities Randall R. Kaplan by the U.S. Department of Education. M. Lee McAllister The University of North Carolina at Ward Russell Greensboro has been recognized by the Education Trust as one of only five U.S. colleges Dr. Richard L. Morre and universities serving low-income students Susan M. Safran well, and is on the short list of American uniHarriett Smalls versities that have closed the gap between David Sprinkle graduation rates for black and white students. Simone Stephens Dr. Brady is a member of the Board of (SGA President) Directors of the Greensboro Partnership, a founding member of Opportunity Greensboro (a collegiate-business partnership), a member of the Greensboro Rotary, and a member of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She chairs the 2011 Campaign for the United Way of Greater Greensboro. She is a native New Yorker and the first member of her family to attend college. She earned her undergraduate degree from Douglass College, a master’s degree in political scien ce from Rutgers University, and her doctorate in political science from The Ohio State University. From 1978 to 1985, Dr. Brady was an analyst with the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense, a period covering both the Carter and Reagan administrations. She served as defense adviser to the Negotiations on Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions in Vienna, Austria and held the same position during the Negotiations on Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Brady also supported the negotiation and implementation of prepositioning and logistical support agreements with members of NATO and with countries in the Middle East and Persian Gulf. She received the U.S. Department of State Superior Honor award for her work in support of the theater nuclear forces program. Dr. Brady was the Olin Distinguished Professor of National Security at the United States Military Academy in 1991-92. She has served on the board of the U.S. Army War College. Dr. Brady is a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Civilian Service Medal from the U.S. Department of the Army. She served as Senior Fellow for Arms Control at the Carter Center of Emory University from 1986 to 1988. Dr. 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, IL.


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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 rose through the ranks at Virginia, where she earned her bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 video boards, scorerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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 Directorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup Committee. Within the NCAA, she served on the Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soccer Committee and the Regional Soccer Committee. A native of Charlottesville, she graduated from Virginia and earned an M.S. degree in sports management from Florida State. She has two sons â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Kyle, 26 who lives in California and Josh, 21, a junior student-athlete at the College of Charleston.


uncg athletic training Erica Thornton Head Athletic trainer Erica Thornton is in her sixth year as the head athletic trainer at UNCG and her 13th year overall as part of the UNCG athletic training department. She is also an adjunct instructor in the department of Kinesiology. Thornton works with UNCG women’s soccer. Thornton oversees the entire athletic training department, including supervision of staff, budget oversight and is overseer of the student-athlete welfare policy development. She has worked to develop the UNCG Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) Concussion Management Policy, the ICA Sickle Cell Trait policy and the ICA Lightning Policy. Thornton was promoted to head athletic trainer in March of 2009 after spending six years as the associate head athletic trainer (2003-2009) and one year as the assistant athletic trainer. She worked with the UNCG women’s basketball team (2002-06) and has been with the women’s soccer program since 2006. Prior to UNCG, Thornton spent two-plus years as an assistant athletic trainer at Appalachian State, where she worked with the women’s basketball team. Thornton spent two years as the University of Florida as a graduate assistant where she obtained her master of science in exercise and sports sciences in 1999. While at Florida, she worked with thewomen’s swimming and diving team while assisting with women’s basketball, women’s gymnastics and track and field. Thornton earned her bachelor of science degree from SUNY Brockport in 1996 with an athletic training concentration. She has been NATA Board Certified since June of 1996. She has comprehensive Pilates certification from the PhysicalMind Institute and FMS Level I certification. She is also a member of the North Carolina Athletics Trainers’ Association. women’s swimming and diving team while assisting with women’s basketball, women’s gymnastics and track and field. Thornton earned her bachelor of science degree from SUNY Brockport in 1996 with an athletic training concentration. She has been NATA Board Certified since June of 1996. She has comprehensive Pilates certification from the PhysicalMind Institute and FMS Level I certification. She is also a member of the North Carolina Athletics Trainers’ Association. Thornton lives in Greensboro with her husband, Kevin, daughter Braedy (5) and two Siberian huskies.

ADDITIONAL STAFF

Jay McCloy............ Associate Athletic Trainer Jamie Best............... Assistant Athletic Trainer Corie Hampton...... Assistant Athletic Trainer Molly Weber........... Assistant Athletic Trainer Melanie Collier..................Graduate Assistant Tiffany Godwin..................Graduate Assistant Kaitlyn McFarland.............Graduate Assistant Nicole Reith........................Graduate Assistant Tracy Owens................................... Nutritionist


uncg strength and conditioning Danny Wheel Head strength and conditiong coach Danny Wheel is entering his fourth year as head strength and conditioning coach at UNCG in the 2013-14 season. Wheel brings more than a decade of experience to his new position. Prior to his arrival in Greensboro, Wheel spent 10 years as a member of East Carolina University’s Strength and Conditioning department. He spent six years as the coordinator of Olympic sports at ECU. He worked directly with the men’s basketball, women’s basketball, softball, volleyball and women’s soccer programs while also assisting with football. During Wheel’s first four years at East Carolina, he was the assistant director of strength and conditioning. He also assisted in organization and design of the new weight room in the Murphy Center. Wheel graduated from Virginia Tech in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education, and received his master’s degree in health education from Virginia Tech in 2001. While receiving his graduate degree, Wheel served as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant under the direction Mike Gentry. He played football for Frank Beamer’s Hokies from 1993-1998, finishing his career as a three-year letterman and a two-year starter. Wheel was also a member of the corps of cadets for four years. Wheel is a certified member of the Collegiate Strength Coaches Association. He is also certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Wheel closes out his certifications by being an Olympic Club Coach certified. Wheel also competes in strongman and power lifting events.

ADDITIONAL STAFF

Chris Parsons..........................Assistant Coach Hap Brecht...............................Assistant Coach


HEAD COACH WENDY PALMER Fourth Season At UNCG • VIRGINIA, ‘96 • 19-71 Overall Wendy Palmer, an 11-year WNBA veteran and former All-American at Virginia under Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame coach Debbie Ryan, is set to begin her fourth season at the helm of the UNCG women’s basketball program. Palmer, who was named head coach on April 19, 2011, replaced longtime UNCG coach Lynne Agee, who retired in March 2011 after 30 years at the helm for the Spartans. The Spartans doubled their win total in Palmer’s second season (2012-13) and the head coach mentored 2013 Southern Conference Freshman of the Year Lucy Mason. UNCG also knocked off Samford in Birmingham, handing the Bulldogs just their 14th-ever loss inside the Pete Hanna Center. It was also the Blue and Gold’s first win at the venue. At the 2013 Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Championship in Asheville, N.C., Palmer led the Spartans to their first win in the event since 2010. No. 10 seed UNCG eliminated seventh-seeded Furman, 73-68. Palmer, a Timberlake, N.C., native, came to UNCG after a two-year stint as an assistant coach at her alma mater. While on staff at Virginia, Palmer helped recruit and sign a class ranked in the top 15 nationally by ESPN HoopGurlz and coached All-American and national Defensive Player of the Year Monica Wright. During Palmer’s tenure on the sidelines, Virginia made one NCAA appearance and a WNIT quarterfinals appearance. Palmer was an assistant for two years at Kentucky prior to returning to Virginia. There, she coached All-American Victoria Dunlap, who was taken 11th in the recent WNBA Draft. While still playing professionally, Palmer began her coaching career at Virginia Commonwealth. In her two years there, Palmer coached 2006 Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Year Quanitra Hollingsworth and Krystal Vaughn, who both went on to play professionally in the WNBA and in Europe. Palmer enjoyed outstanding playing careers on both the professional and amateur levels. A WNBA All-Star for the Detroit Shock in 2000, Palmer was also the WNBA’s Co-Most Improved Player with the Connecticut Sun in 2004. She was selected in the 1997 Elite Draft by the Utah Starzz in preparation for the WNBA’s inaugural year of competition and was a second-team All-WNBA selection that season. Palmer also played for the Orlando Miracle, San Antonio Silver Stars and Seattle Storm in her WNBA career. The Shock’s Community Relations Player Representative from 19992001, Palmer was the recipient of the Black Legends of Professional Basketball John Isaacs Service Award. Palmer also played professionally in Spain, Brazil, Hungary, Turkey, Italy and Russia, earning another all-star bid in Italy. On the collegiate level, Palmer was a two-time Kodak All-American and Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year for the Cavaliers, earning those honors in 1995 and 1996. A three-time All-ACC selection, she is still the Cavs’ career rebounding leader and is fourth on Virginia’s all-time scoring list. Palmer was the first woman in school history and just the second player overall to record 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds at Virginia. Cavalier legend Ralph Sampson was the other. Palmer is a member of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and the Black Coaches Association.


COACH PALMER AT A GLANCE Head Coach, UNCG.........................................................................................................2011-present Assistant Coach, University of Virginia...................................................................................2009-11 Assistant Coach, University of Kentucky.................................................................................2007-09 Assistant Coach, Virginia Commonwealth University.............................................................2005-07 WNBAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Co-Most Improved Player...............................................................................................2004 WNBA All-Star Team Selection....................................................................................................2000 Detroit Shock Community Relations Representative.......................................................... 1999-2001 * Played Professionally in Spain, Brazil, Hungary, Turkey, Italy and Russia * Two-Time Kodak All-America and Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year * First woman in University of Virginia history to record 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds * Recipient of the Black Legends of Professional Basketball John Issacs Service Award


ASSISTANT COACH Walter Pitts First Season At UNCG • Alabama, ‘94 Walter Pitts was named an assistant coach for the UNCG women’s basketball program in June of 2014. Pitts arrives in Greensboro after serving as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team at Texas Southern University for the last four seasons. The Tigers won the 2014 Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament title and made their fifth all-time appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Prior to joining Texas Southern, he worked as an assistant coach with the Wiley College Women’s Basketball Team in 2009-10 and also Howard Junior College with the men’s team. He was a volunteer assistant coach at Stillman College in 2007. He has great connections in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) circuit and has worked at Division 1 institutions such as the University of Alabama, the University of Houston, and the University of Alabama in Birmingham (summer camps). While in high school, Pitts was awarded the State of Alabama Most Valuable Player for three consecutive years (1988-1990) and led his team to back-to-back state titles. After graduating from high school, he continued his athletic career at Tyler Junior College in Texas. During his tenure at TJC, he was named to the All-Conference Team for two successive years. Upon returning to his home state, Pitts played at the University of Alabama and continued to build his athletic resume by receiving the Guy Lee Turner Defensive Award twice. He helped the Crimson Tide Basketball Team become major contenders by competing in the National Invitational Tournament (NIT) in 1992, and by making a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament appearance in 1993. After completing his eligibility, Pitts continued his athletic career by playing professional basketball in South America. He played successfully for four years and secured a title in the South American League. Pitts returned to his alma mater and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Environmental Science in 2007. He is the proud father of two children.


ASSISTANT COACH LATOYA JONES Third Season At UNCG • GARDNER-WEBB, ‘08 Latoya Jones is in her third season as an assistant coach for the UNCG women’s basketball program. Jones works primarily with the Spartan post players and helped coach Janae’ Stevenson to break the school record for most career blocks with 126 during the 2013-14 season. Stevenson also had the third most rebounds in school history with 804 in four seasons. Jones also worked with fresman Mariah Wilson who led the team with 32 blocks in 27 games. Jones helped mentor Janae’ Stevenson to the best statistical performance of her career during the 2012-13 season. Stevenson led the squad in total rebounds, rebounds per game, free throws made, free throw attempts and blocked shots. She also paced the Southern Conference in offensive rebounds per game (3.8) while ending up sixth in rebounds per game, ninth in blocked shots and 10th in field goal percentage. Jones joined the UNCG staff after two years as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C. In Jones’ two years on the staff, the Runnin’ Bulldogs went 27-36, highlighted by a 23-11 showing in 2010-11. GWU won its first-ever Big South Conference tournament title that year, advancing to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history. Before returning to Boiling Springs, Jones was an assistant coach for two years at Providence Day School in Charlotte, N.C. There, she helped the Chargers to a 48-10-1 record, a state championship in 2010 and a state runner-up finish in 2009. As a player at Gardner-Webb, Jones was a four-year Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic selection and helped the Bulldogs to their first-ever A-Sun tournament finals appearance in 2006. She was named the team’s best defensive player in 2007-08. As a freshman in 2003, Jones played under head coach Serena King and assistant coach Melinda Goodson, both former UNCG players. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the university in 2008. Jones married her husband Alex in September of 2013 and the couple currently resides in Greensboro.


ASSISTANT COACH Cait Wetmore First Season At UNCG • Adelphi ‘10 Cait Wetmore joined the UNCG women’s basketball program as an assistant coach in July of 2014. Wetmore, a 2010 Adelphi University graduate and four-year member of the women’s basketball team, joins the program after serving her alma mater as an assistant coach for two seasons. During the 2013-14 campaign, Wetmore helped guide Adelphi to the Northeast-10 Conference championship game and a regional semifinal appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Panthers were 23-8 overall and earned a No. 1 seed in the league championship tournament. In her first year on the sidelines, Wetmore helped the Panthers to a 15-win season; the most since the ‘06-’07 year which resulted in the program’s first NE-10 post season appearance and win since joining the conference in 2009. Her responsibilities include player development, strength and conditioning, scouting opponents, practice preparation, academic advising and recruiting. Prior to joining the staff, she served a two-year stint as a graduate assistant coach for the Columbia University women’s basketball team, Wetmore earned her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work in 2012. As a member of the Lions staff, Wetmore assisted in player development, practice and game strategies, scouting and film breakdown. At Adelphi, Wetmore served as a two-year captain and earned the team’s Mary Ann Beaudry Memorial Award for her exemplary leadership in 2009. She played on a pair of WBCA Academic Top 25 squads and was twice selected to the East Coast Conference All-Academic team. Wetmore is a member of the Women’s Coaches Academy, Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, Alliance of Women’s Coaches, and National Strength and Conditioning Association.


Director of Basketball Operations

Jazz Weaver

First Season At UNCG • UNCG , ‘12 Jazz Weaver was named the Director of Basketball Operations for the UNCG women’s basketball team in July of 2014. Weaver enjoyed a four-year playing career for UNCG from 2008-12. She saw action in 85 contests and made eight starts for the Spartans during her time in the Blue and Gold. Weaver played in all 29 games her senior season, with six starts, to earn her fourth letter. She averaged 5.3 points and 2.9 rebounds per game and was second on the team with 33 steals. Weaver was also named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll. Weaver’s UNCG Player Bio 2011-12 (Senior): Averaged 5.3 points per game and 2.9 rebounds per game … Named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll … Second on the team with 33 steals … Connected on 36.0 percent (9-of-25) from 3-point land and hit 71.4 percent (25-of-35) from the free throw line … Averaged 20.8 minutes per game … Scored in double figures five times … Scored a career-high 13 points on four separate occasions – against Richmond (Dec. 10), Wofford (Dec. 17), Appalachian State (Feb. 11) and Wofford (Feb. 27) … Hit a career-high three 3-pointers against Wofford on senior night … Hit a perfect 8-of-8 from the free throw line against Appalachian State … Played a career-high 32 minutes against Wofford (Dec. 17) … Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds against Furman (Dec. 19) … Posted a career-high four steals against Wofford (Dec. 17) and Davidson (Feb. 14). Personal: Christina Jasmine Weaver … born April 2, 1990 in Covington, Ky. … daughter of Richard Weaver and Belinda McGowan … has one older brother, Richard.


2014-15 UNCG WOMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Basketball ROSTERS

NUMERICAL

No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown (Previous School) 2...........Jessica Collins.......................G...............5-6............ Sr...................................................... Raleigh, N.C. (Eckerd) 3...........Jazmine Missouri..................G...............5-7.............Jr........................Largo, Md. (Academy of the Holy Cross) 10.........Jarae Savage........................... F...............5-9............ Sr..............................................Marietta, Ga. (North Cobb) 11.........Allison Whitman................ F/C.............6-3............ Fr..................................................... Madison, W.Va. (Scott) 12.........Lucy Mason...........................G...............5-7.............Jr...................... Stone Mountain, Ga. (Chamblee Charter) 14.........Bailey Williams.....................G...............5-7............So....................................... Harrisonburg, Va. (Spotswood) 15.........Jade Scaife.............................. F............. 5-11...........So...............Fort Washington, Md. (Archbishop Spalding) 21.........Medena Bartley..................... F...............6-1.............Jr....................................................... Savannah, Ga. (Beach) 22.........India Timpton....................... F...............6-0............So........................................... Charlotte, N.C. (Myers Park) 23.........Jayda Luckie..........................G...............5-9............ Fr.........................................................Norfolk, Va. (Maury) 25.........Shanese Harris......................G...............5-9............So..................................Chesapeake, Va. (Western Branch) 31.........Whitney Coleman................G............. 5-10...........So...............................................................Cary, N.C. (Cary) 33.........Skye Jefferson...................... F/C.............6-2............ Fr.....................................................Richmond, Va. (Cosby) 35.........Keli Foster..............................G...............5-7............ Fr...................................................... Hampton, Va. (Bethel) 44.........Mariah Wilson......................C...............6-2............So.............................................Atlanta, Ga. (North Atlanta)

ALPHABETICAL No. Name Pos. Ht. Cl. Hometown (Previous School) 21.........Medena Bartley..................... F...............6-1............Jr........................................................ Savannah, Ga. (Beach) 31.........Whitney Coleman................G............. 5-10..........So................................................................Cary, N.C. (Cary) 2...........Jessica Collins.......................G...............5-6........... Sr......................................... Raleigh, N.C. (Eckerd College) 35.........Keli Foster..............................G...............5-7........... Fr....................................................... Hampton, Va. (Bethel) 25.........Shanese Harris......................G...............5-9...........So...................................Chesapeake, Va. (Western Branch) 33.........Skye Jefferson...................... F/C.............6-2........... Fr......................................................Richmond, Va. (Cosby) 23.........Jayda Luckie..........................G...............5-9........... Fr..........................................................Norfolk, Va. (Maury) 12.........Lucy Mason...........................G...............5-7............Jr....................... Stone Mountain, Ga. (Chamblee Charter) 3...........Jazmine Missouri..................G...............5-7............Jr.........................Largo, Md. (Academy of the Holy Cross) 10.........Jarae Savage........................... F...............5-9........... Sr...............................................Marietta, Ga. (North Cobb) 15.........Jade Scaife.............................. F............. 5-11..........So................Fort Washington, Md. (Archbishop Spalding) 22.........India Timpton....................... F...............6-0...........So............................................ Charlotte, N.C. (Myers Park) 11.........Allison Whitman................ F/C.............6-3........... Fr...................................................... Madison, W.Va. (Scott) 14.........Bailey Williams.....................G...............5-7...........So........................................ Harrisonburg, Va. (Spotswood) 44.........Mariah Wilson......................C...............6-2...........So..............................................Atlanta, Ga. (North Atlanta)


2015 Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Championship MARCH 5-8 • ASHEVILLE, N.C. THURSDAY MARCH 5 KIMMEL ARENA

FRIDAY MARCH 6 U.S. CELLULAR CENTER

SUNDAY MARCH 8 U.S. CELLULAR CENTER

No. 1 Seed Session 1, Game 1 March 5, 12 p.m. No. 8 Seed No. 4 Seed

Session 2, Game 5 March 6, *11 a.m.

Session 1, Game 2 March 5, ^2:15 p.m. No. 5 Seed CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Session 3, Game 7 March 8, 1 p.m.

No. 2 Seed Session 1, Game 3 March 5, ^4:30 p.m. No. 7 Seed No. 3 Seed

Session 2, Game 6 March 6, 1:30 p.m.

Session 1, Game 4 March 5, ^6:45 p.m. No. 6 Seed

* 11 a.m. tip-off as part of Education Day program ^ Denotes approximate game time. The first game on March 5 will have a firm start time. Each game thereafter will start 30 minutes following the conclusion of the preceding game.


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jarae savage Forward • 5-9 • SenIOR • MARIETTA, Ga. (NORTH COBB)

2013-14 (Junior): Played in all 30 games while making 11 starts … Started nine-straight games from Dec. 29Jan. 27 … Finished second on the team in field goal percentage, knocking down 47.3 percent of her field goal attempts (80 of 169) … Also ranked third on the squad in rebounding average at 4.7 boards per contest, but second in offensive rebounds (59) … Racked up a team third-best 31 steals … Scored a career-high 16 points twice – vs. High Point (Dec. 1) and against Western Carolina (March 7) … Fell just short of her first career double-double in three games, posting 16 points and nine rebounds against High Point, tallying 12 points and nine rebounds at Georgia Southern (Jan. 11) and recording 15 points and nine rebounds at Samford (Feb. 28) … Concluded the season with a fine effort in the 2014 Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Championship first round loss to Western Carolina, contributing 16 points on 7 of 10 shooting from the field. 2012-13 (Sophomore): One of four Spartans to play in all 31 contests, making eight starts during the campaign … Produced the team’s third-highest field goal percentage at .393 and racked up the third-most rebounds (122) … Turned in a positive assist to turnover ratio at 1.09 (34/31) ... Started eight of the first nine games of the season … Paced the team in rebounding in four contests … Tallied 10 points, eight rebounds and two rebounds in the season opener vs. Charleston Southern (Nov. 10) before dropping in 13 points against Radford (Nov. 13) in the Spartans’ home opener … Netted a career-high 14 points in a contest against Chattanooga (Jan. 5, 2013) at Fleming Gymnasium … Corralled a season-best 10 rebounds (six defensive) vs. College of Charleston (Dec. 3) … Converted six of nine field goals in UNCG’s home finale against Wofford (March 4) to end up with 13 points … Led the Spartans with seven rebounds (six offensive) in the quarterfinal matchup with Davidson (March 9) at the 2013 Southern Conference Championship. 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in all 29 games, including 28 starts in the regular season, to earn her first letter … Named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll … Averaged 5.3 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game … Posted 28 steals on the year, while averaging 22.6 minutes per game … Scored in double figures four times, including a career-high 12 points against Samford (Dec. 3) … Hit a career-high three 3-pointers against UAB (Dec. 6) … Grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds in back-to-back games against Furman (Jan. 21) and Elon (Jan. 23) … Posted a career-high three steals against North Carolina Central (Jan. 26) and Georgia Southern (Jan. 15). High School: Graduated as North Cobb (Ga.) High School’s all-time leading scorer with 1,214 career points … was an all-region performer and the Class AAAAA South Player of the Year … earned first-team all-state honors from the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association and the Georgia Sportswriters Association … was named secondteam all-metro by the Atlanta Tipoff Club … played in the GACA North-South All-Star Game as a senior … named the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Cobb Player of the Year and first-team all-metro in 2010-11 … helped North Cobb to the top four single-season win totals in school history and a state quarterfinals appearance in 201011 … was named the Marietta Daily Journal/Cobb County Girls Basketball Player of the Year in 2009-10 … North Cobb’s team MVP and Female Athlete of the Year … three-time Scholar Athlete for North Cobb … member of the Silver Honor Roll … took third place in her age group and weight class in the 2009 USA Weightlifting National Schoolage Championships. Personal: Jarae Clarice Savage … born May 23, 1993, in Lincoln, Neb. … daughter of Rodney and Leslie Savage … has an older brother, Cornelius … majoring in kinesiology.


Individual Career History Savage, JaraeSTATISTICS SAVAGE’s CAREER Season

2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

29-28 656/22.6 31-8 526/17.0 30-11 488/16.3 90-47 1670/18.6

Total fg-fga

67-207 64-163 80-169 211-539

pct

.324 .393 .473 .391

3-Point fg-fga

5-35 4-13 0-4 9-52

pct

.143 .308 .000 .173

F-Throws ft-fta pct

14-25 15-37 27-40 56-102

off

Rebounds def tot

.560 58 74 .405 49 73 .675 59 81 .549 166 228

132 122 140 394

avg

pf

4.6 46 3.9 41 4.7 56 4.4 143

fo

0 0 1 1

ast

to

23 35 34 31 20 39 77 105

blk

4 1 2 7

stl

28 30 31 89

Scoring pts avg

153 147 187 487

5.3 4.7 6.2 5.4


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jessica Collins GUARD • 5-6 • SENIOR • Raleigh, N.C. (Eckerd College)

2013-14 (Junior): Played in 29 contests and earned six starts … One of 10 Spartans to average double figures in minutes played … Scored in double digits twice, including a season-high 19 in UNCG’s 87-79 home victory over Wofford (Feb. 24) … Netted 10 points at Georgia Southern (Jan. 11) to go along with five rebounds, two assists and two steals … Started games at Fordham (Dec. 29), at Davidson (Jan. 13), vs. Western Carolina (Jan. 17), at Wofford (Jan. 25), at Furman (Jan. 27) and at Elon (Feb. 1) … Played a season-best 32 minutes against the Terriers on the road at Benjamin Johnson Arena … Drained three (3) three-point field goals at Georgia Southern and in Greensboro against Wofford. 2012-13 (Sophomore): Was a regular in the UNCG starting lineup after becoming eligible prior to the Norfolk State (Dec. 15) contest … Played in 24 games and made 22 starts … Tallied the second-most three-point field goals of any Spartan with 25 … Finished fourth on the team in scoring average at 5.5 points per game … Enjoyed a breakout performance at eventual Southern Conference champion Chattanooga (Feb. 11), nailing five of six shots from beyond the arc to end up with a career-high 21 points in a narrow six-point loss … Netted 11 points against No. 23 Florida State (Dec. 22) at the Greensboro Coliseum, hitting a trio of threepoint field goals … Tallied multiple treys in seven contests … Played a season-high 34 minutes in the Spartans’ narrow overtime loss to Davidson (Feb. 20) at Fleming Gymnasium … Racked up two blocks in UNCG’s home finale against Wofford (March 4) … Nailed a personal-best four free throws in a first-round victory over Furman (March 8) at the 2013 Southern Conference Championship. 2010-11 (Eckerd College): Played in 26 games for Tritons as a freshman and averaged nearly 10 minutes per game...Scored season-high 11 points in first collegiate game, a Nov. 16 win over Palm Beach Atlantic...Averaged 1.5 points per game. High School: Was Defensive MVP at Wakefield High School and received honorable mention all-conference honors...Averaged six points, seven assists and four rebounds per game during senior season. Personal: Born Oct. 29, 1991...Daughter of Tyree Blake and Kenya Collins...Majoring in environmental studies...Has four siblings (Josh, Gwendolyn, Te’Nya and Tya)...Favorite team is the Boston Celtics...Favorite athletes are Tamika Catchings and LeBron James.


Individual Career History

collinsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CAREER STATISTICS Collins, Jessica Season

2012-13 2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

24-22 29-6 53-28

min/avg

571/23.8 355/12.2 926/17.5

Total fg-fga

47-186 35-109 82-295

pct

.253 .321 .278

3-Point fg-fga

25-100 15-54 40-154

pct

.250 .278 .260

F-Throws ft-fta pct

14-21 6-15 20-36

.667 .400 .556

off

17 10 27

Rebounds def tot

41 19 60

58 29 87

avg

2.4 1.0 1.6

pf

28 36 64

fo

0 1 1

ast

to

34 86 25 36 59 122

blk

2 2 4

stl

24 14 38

Scoring pts avg

133 5.5 91 3.1 224 4.2


12

lucy mason

GUARD • 5-7 • JUNIOR • STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (chamblee charter)

2013-14 (Sophomore): Played and started all of the Spartans’ 30 games … One of 10 players to average double figures in minutes played … Led UNCG in scoring (398 points) and scoring average (13.3 points per game) – also good for ninth in the Southern Conference - and paced the Blue and Gold in steals (43) (seventh in the SoCon) … Finished second on the squad and fifth in the league in assists (99) and assists per game (3.3) … Knocked down a team second-best 32 three-point field goals … Led the Spartans in scoring in 15 games and netted double figures 20 times … Set a new career high in points with 27 at Furman (Jan. 27) on 10-for18 shooting from the field … Scored 20 or more points in seven contests … Drained a career-best nine free throws against ACC member Clemson (Dec. 5) at Fleming Gymnasium … Notched a personal-high seven assists at Appalachian State (Feb. 15) … Pulled down seven rebounds in consecutive home games against Davidson (Feb. 8) and Georgia Southern (Feb. 10) … Knocked down multiple three-point field goals in eight contests … Played a career-high 42 minutes in UNCG’s overtime game with Davidson (Feb. 8) in Greensboro. 2012-13 (Freshman): Played and started in all of UNCG’s 31 contests during the season … Was tabbed the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year by the league’s media members and was selected to the SoCon All-Freshman Team by the head coaches after pacing the Spartans with 12.5 points per game to go along with 64 assists and 48 steals … Finished 13th overall in the league in scoring average while also ranking in the top 15 in steals, three-point field goal percentage, threepoint field goals made and minutes played … Paced UNCG in minutes played, field goals made, field goals attempted, three-point field goals made, three-point field goals attempted, assists, total points and scoring average while ending up second in steals and third in total rebounds … Tallied the fourth-most field goal attempts in a single-season in UNCG’s history and the most in the Division I era with 409 … Paced the Blue and Gold in scoring in 10 contests … Scored in double figures in all but nine games … Reached the 20-point plateau four times with a career-best 25 in the Spartans’ 87-75 road win at Wofford (Jan. 28) … Also tallied four assists and two steals in the contest … Racked up a career-high five three-point field goals on the way to 21 points in UNCG’s game against No. 23 Florida State (Dec. 22) at the Greensboro Coliseum … Pulled down a season-high eight rebounds twice – at Samford (Feb. 9) and in a narrow overtime loss against Davidson (Feb. 20) at Fleming Gymnasium … Hit nine field goals as part of a 21-point effort at UAB (Dec. 30) while also adding a personal-best six assists … Recorded three blocks in a 49-39 win over NC Central (Dec. 19) at home … Knocked down five free throws in games against Norfolk State (Dec. 15) and at Wofford (Jan. 28). High School: A three-sport standout who was an all-county performer in basketball and softball in addition to turning in a top-10 finish in the 100-meter hurdles at the state track meet for Chamblee (Ga.) Charter High School ... Helped the Bulldogs to region runner-up finishes in 2009-10 and 2011-12 and an undefeated regular season and No. 1 state ranking in 2010-11 ... Named the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s AAAA Girls Basketball Player of the Year as a senior ... Also earned all-region honors in softball and started for the North squad in the DeKalb County All-Star game ... An Honor Roll and National Honor Society student ... Played club basketball for the Atlanta Celtics. Personal: Bryahna Lucy Marie Mason … born in Chamblee, Ga. … daughter of Cydney T. Parker and Issac Mason … has one sibling Isaiah … intends to major in African American studies and economics.


Individual Career History Mason, LucySTATISTICS MASON’s CAREER Season

2012-13 2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

min/avg

31-31 1028/33.2 30-30 939/31.3 61-61 1967/32.2

Total fg-fga

149-409 121-329 270-738

pct

.364 .368 .366

3-Point fg-fga

35-119 32-110 67-229

pct

.294 .291 .293

F-Throws ft-fta pct

56-99 124-171 180-270

.566 .725 .667

off

Rebounds def tot

19 92 32 73 51 165

111 105 216

avg

pf

3.6 67 3.5 74 3.5 141

fo

ast

to

1 64 99 2 99 88 3 163 187

blk

6 3 9

stl

48 43 91

Scoring pts avg

389 12.5 398 13.3 787 12.9


21

MEDENA BARTLEY Forward • 6-1 •JUNIOR • SAVANNAH, Ga. (BEACH)

2013-14 (Sophomore): Played in six games … Pulled down two rebounds and scored a point at Davidson (Jan. 13) … Saw action in five Southern Conference contests. 2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 15 games, including 13 of UNCG’s 20 league contests … Scored her first collegiate points at Liberty (Nov. 27) in 11 minutes of playing time while corralling a season-best three rebounds … Earned 10 minutes of playing time in games against Samford (Jan. 7), at Appalachian State (Jan. 20) and at Davidson (Jan. 23) … Grabbed multiple rebounds at Appalachian State and at Wofford (Jan. 28) … Recorded steals at Liberty and Davidson. High School: A four-year starter for the Beach (Ga.) High School Bulldogs for head coach Ronald Booker ... Averaged 8.4 points and 7.2 rebounds per game as a senior, helping Beach to a 26-2 overall record and Region 3-AAAAA regular-season and tournament titles ... Served as a two-year team captain for the Bulldogs and played in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System All-Star Game after her senior season, scoring a team-best 10 points for Chatham ... A two-sport athlete, she was also a member of Beach’s track and field team, competing in the throws. Personal: Medena N. Bartley … born October 8, 1993, in Savannah, Ga. … daughter of Mede Lewis and Alasha Bartley … has one sibling, sister Moiya Lewis … intending to major in sociology with a concentration in criminology.


Individual Career History

BARTLEYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bartley, CAREER MedenaSTATISTICS Season

2012-13 2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

15-0 6-0 21-0

min/avg

72/4.8 15/2.5 87/4.1

Total fg-fga

1-7 0-2 1-9

pct

.143 .000 .111

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

1-4 1-2 2-6

.250 .500 .333

off

7 0 7

Rebounds def tot

4 4 8

11 4 15

avg

0.7 0.7 0.7

pf

6 1 7

fo

0 0 0

ast

0 0 0

to

2 0 2

blk

0 0 0

stl

2 1 3

Scoring pts avg

3 0.2 1 0.2 4 0.2


8 3

jazmine Kelsey missouri sidney

GUARD • 5-7 • JUNIOR • Largo, Md. (Academy of the holy cross)

2013-14 (Sophomore): Played in 25 games and started one … Earned her lone start of the season against St. Bonaventure (Dec. 22) at Fleming Gymnasium … Scored a career-high 10 points in two games – at Norfolk State (Nov. 20) and against St. Bonaventure … Also pulled down a personal-best six rebounds vs. the Bonnies … Dished out three assists on two occasions and racked up multiple steals in four contests … Was one of the leaders for the Spartans in free throw percentage, hitting 42 of 50 attempts during the season … Knocked down six of six from the line at Norfolk State and against Western Carolina (Feb. 17) … One of 10 UNCG players to average in double figures in minutes played. 2012-13 (Freshman): One of four Spartans to play in all 31 contests … Made six-straight starts from Dec.22 -Jan. 14 … Finished tied for third on the team in assists at 34 … Scored a career-high eight points in the first round win over Furman (March 8) at the 2013 Southern Conference Championship … Pulled down a seasonbest five rebounds in home contests against Appalachian State (Feb. 27) and Wofford (March 4) … Dished out three assists on two occasions – at UAB (Dec. 30) and at home against Wofford (March 4) … Was a flawless 4-for-4 at the free throw line against Norfolk State (Dec. 15), at Elon (Jan. 14) and vs. Furman (March 8). High School: Played two years for Academy of the Holy Cross in Kensington, Md., after two years at Elizabeth Seton (Md.) High School ... As a senior, helped Holy Cross to a 22-7 record and a No. 4 ranking in state of Maryland and a No. 34 ranking nationally ... Earned AllWashington Catholic Athletic Conference honorable mention accolades in 2011-12 ... Participated in the DC Sports Fan Future Stars sophomore all-star game ... Was an Honor Roll student all four years of her prep career. Personal: Jazmine LeShay Missouri … born in Kensington, Md. … daughter of Calvin and Kim Missouri… has one sibling, sister Moiya … intends to major in sociology with a concentration in criminology.


Individual Career History Missouri, JazmineSTATISTICS missouriâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CAREER Season

2012-13 2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

31-6 25-1 56-7

min/avg

632/20.4 262/10.5 894/16.0

Total fg-fga

35-95 16-54 51-149

pct

.368 .296 .342

3-Point fg-fga

2-11 0-1 2-12

pct

.182 .000 .167

F-Throws ft-fta pct

31-48 42-50 73-98

.646 .840 .745

off

29 11 40

Rebounds def tot

41 22 63

70 33 103

avg

2.3 1.3 1.8

pf

51 42 93

fo

0 0 0

ast

to

34 93 21 33 55 126

blk

2 2 4

stl

19 14 33

Scoring pts avg

103 3.3 74 3.0 177 3.2


Whitney coleman

31

GUARD • 5-10 • Sophomore • Cary, n.c. (cary)

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 22 games … Made seven of her 10 free throw attempts … Played a season-high 18 minutes twice – against Chattanooga (Dec. 14) and Furman (Feb. 22) … Scored eight points against the Mocs on 4 for 5 shooting from the field … Pulled down four rebounds vs. Wofford (Feb. 24) and at Davidson (Jan. 13) … Notched three steals at home against the Terriers … Blocked two shots vs. the Paladins. High School: Enjoyed a fine senior campaign as she nearly averaged a double-double with 17.3 points and 9.2 rebounds per game ...

Averaged 19 points and 10 rebounds per contest her junior season, earning first-team all-conference, second-team all-district and most improved player accolades ...Served as a team captain for head coach Patrick Daly and was a member of the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society ... Also a Kappa Alpha Psi Scholar Award Winner ... Played for the Lady Phoenix AAU program which is coached by Teddie McKoy. Personal: Whitney Kristina Coleman ... born March 21, 1995 in Upper Marlboro, Md. ... daughter of Shamar Talbot and Angela Coleman-Talbot ... has two siblings Anthony Talbot and Aspen Talbot ... majoring in Kinesiology. Individual Career History Coleman, WhitneySTATISTICS Coleman’s CAREER Season

2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

22-0 22-0

min/avg

185/8.4 185/8.4

Total fg-fga

19-51 19-51

pct

.373 .373

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

7-10 7-10

.700 .700

off

11 11

Rebounds def tot

14 14

25 25

avg

1.1 1.1

pf

27 27

fo

0 0

ast

4 4

to

9 9

blk

5 5

stl

12 12

Scoring pts avg

45 2.0 45 2.0


bailey williams

14

GUARD • 5-7 • Sophomore • harrisonburg, va. (Spotswood)

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in all 30 games and made 28 starts – mainly as the Spartans’ point guard … Led the team and finished fourth in the Southern Conference in assists (109) and assists per game (3.6) … Also paced UNCG in three-point field goals made (38) … Named SoCon CRONS Freshman of the Week Feb. 11 after averaging 15 points, 5.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and two steals in games against Davidson and Georgia Southern … Scored in double figures nine times – including a career-high 17 points on 7-for-13 shooting from the field at Furman (Jan. 27) … Dished out a personal-best eight assists at Appalachian State (Feb. 15) … Had a solid allaround effort against Georgia Southern (Feb. 10) in Greensboro as her 15 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals helped UNCG snap a four-game losing streak in the series … Notched an assist in all but two of the 30 contests … Played a season-high 44 minutes in the narrow overtime loss to Davidson at Fleming Gymnasium … Knocked down a trio of three-point field goals in contests against Clemson (Dec. 5), at Furman and against Davidson. High School: Graduated with the most points, assists and steals in Spotswood High School history ... Led the Trailblazers to a 29-1 record and the 2013 Virginia Division 3 state title ... Scored 21 points to go along with nine rebounds, five assists and two steals in the state championship game ...Named Division 3 state Player of the Year while also garnering all-state, all-district and all-region accolades ... Earned first-team all-district, all-region and all-state honors last season as a junior at Spotswood High School – averaging 17 points, 6.6 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 4.8 steals per game ...Entered her senior season with 1,099 points, 347 rebounds, 385 assists and 316 steals ... Under head coach Chris Dodson, became the first player, male or female, to reach 1,000 career points during her junior season ... As a three-sport athlete (basketball, volleyball, track and field), finished 10th at the Virginia state track and field meet in the hurdles ... Played her AAU basketball for head coach Randy Dunton’s Team Virginia club and is a member o fthe National Honor Society and Social Studies Honor Society. Personal: Bailey Lane Williams ... born March 29, 1995 in Harrisonburg, Va. ... daughter of Brad and Marcy Williams ... majoring in Biology.

Individual Career History

BaileySTATISTICS Williams’Williams, CAREER Season

2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

30-28 30-28

min/avg

910/30.3 910/30.3

Total fg-fga

77-249 77-249

pct

.309 .309

3-Point fg-fga

38-120 38-120

pct

.317 .317

F-Throws ft-fta pct

28-35 28-35

.800 .800

off

12 12

Rebounds def tot

85 85

97 97

avg

3.2 3.2

pf

67 67

fo

ast

to

1 109 130 1 109 130

blk

7 7

stl

37 37

Scoring pts avg

220 7.3 220 7.3


shanese harris

25

GUARD • 5-9 • Sophomore • chesapeake, Va. (Western branch)

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in all 30 games and made 20 starts … One of 10 Spartans to average double figures in minutes played … Started nine-straight contests to end the season … Scored in double figures four times, including a career-high 15 in UNCG’s victory over Georgia Southern (Feb. 10) that snapped a four-game skid against the Eagles … Netted 10 points in contests vs. Davidson (Feb. 8) and Georgia Southern as well as the Spartans’ first round affair against Western Carolina (March 7) in the 2014 Southern Conference Women’s Basketball Championship … Tallied season highs in rebounds (seven/five offensive) and assists (three) vs. the Eagles in Greensboro … Played a season-high 31 minutes at Appalachian State (Feb. 15). High School: Racked up 345 points her senior season to become Western Branch High School’s all-time leading scorer (boys or girls) with 1,700 ... Led the Bruins to a 23-4 overall record, 17-1 league mark last season and a No. 10 ranking in the state of Virginia ... Tallied 15.4 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.4 steals and 2.6 assists per game her junior campaign and was named to the all-district first team ... Followed that performance up with an equally as good senior season, averaging 12.8 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists per contest .. As a sophomore, she turned in even better numbers with 20.4 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.9 steals and 3.8 assists per contest ... As a result, earned second-team all-state, first-team all-region, firstteam All-Tidewater and District MVP honors ... Played her AAU basketball with the TYO Lady Neptunes and the program is coached by her high school coach TroyTerry. Personal: Shanese Altonia Harris ... born February 1, 1995 in Suffolk Va. ... daughter of Alton and Shiquita Harris ... has one sibling, Jada ... majoring in Kinesiology.

Individual Career History Harris, Shanese Harris’ CAREER STATISTICS Season

2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

30-20 30-20

min/avg

611/20.4 611/20.4

Total fg-fga

57-182 57-182

pct

.313 .313

3-Point fg-fga

11-43 11-43

pct

.256 .256

F-Throws ft-fta pct

31-60 31-60

.517 .517

off

31 31

Rebounds def tot

46 46

77 77

avg

2.6 2.6

pf

40 40

fo

0 0

ast

25 25

to

59 59

blk

4 4

stl

30 30

Scoring pts avg

156 5.2 156 5.2


jade scaife

15

forward • 5-11 • Sophomore • ft. washington, md. (archbishop spalding)

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in all 30 games and made 10 starts … One of 10 Spartans to average double figures in minutes played … Finished second on the team in total rebounds (143) and rebounding average (4.8) … Started nine of the first 11 games of the season … Scored in double figures five times, including a career-high 15 at Davidson (Jan. 13) on 6 for 11 shooting from the field … Pulled down 11 rebounds and scored eight points at Western Carolina (Feb. 17) … Notched nine points and nine rebounds vs. South Carolina State (Nov. 15) … Played a season-high 28 minutes against St. Bonaventure (Dec. 22). High School: Played in the National High School Invitational at Georgetown Prep ... Played two years at Bishop McNamara before transferring to Archbiship Spalding and finished her career with more than 1,000 points and more than 1,000 rebounds ... Led the Cavaliers to a 29-2 record and the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship her senior season, earning her Baltimore Sun Player of the Year honors ... Averaged 13.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game and produced 18 double-doubles ... Scored 28 points and corralled 18 rebounds in a double-overtime win, 70-57, over nationally-ranked Riverdale Baptist ... In a 55-46 victory over No. 3 McDonogh in the A Conference title game, Scaife scored 12 of her 15 points in the fourth quarter ... Averaged 10 points, nine rebounds and four steals per game her junior season and was named first team all-county by the Anne Arundel County Capital Gazette as well as earning first-team all-tournament honors at the Bishop Walsh Invitational ... Was an honorable mention designation by the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun ... Played her AAU basketball for head coach Keith Chestnut with the Alana Beard’s Future program. Personal: Jade Monet Scaife ... born May 8, 1995 in Silver Spring, Md. ... daughter of Richard and Lisa Scaife ... has three siblings, Barbette, Sada, Richard Jr. ... majoring in Business. Individual Career History Scaife, JadeSTATISTICS Scaife’s CAREER Season

2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

30-10 30-10

min/avg

561/18.7 561/18.7

Total fg-fga

56-167 56-167

pct

.335 .335

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

42-67 42-67

.627 .627

off

56 56

Rebounds def tot

87 87

143 143

avg

4.8 4.8

pf

52 52

fo

1 1

ast

12 12

to

35 35

blk

2 2

stl

17 17

Scoring pts avg

154 5.1 154 5.1


india timpton

22

forward • 6-0 • Sophomore • charlotte, n.c. (Myers park)

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 28 games and made 10 starts … One of 10 Spartans to average double figures in minutes played … Started nine-straight contests to end the season … Scored a season-high eight points at Elon (Feb. 1) … Pulled down a career-best eight rebounds at Davidson (Jan. 13) … Notched three steals against Georgia Southern (Feb. 10) … Blocked two shots in home contests against Furman (Feb. 22) and Western Carolina (Jan. 17) … Played a season-high 21 minutes at Chattanooga (March 2). High School: Tallied 8.6 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game her senior season, leading Myers Park to a 29-1 record and the regular season and conference tournament

championships ... Mustangs were ranked No. 22 nationally in the preseason USA Today Super 25 Poll ... Helped Myers Park to a pair of North Carolina 4A state tournament victories ... Averaged 5.4 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.1 steals per game her junior campaign, earning all-conference and all-state tournament accolades ...Playing for head coach Barb Nelson, has served as a team captain, leading the Mustangs to 95 wins in four seasons ... Student Government Association representative for her class and played her AAU basketball for two programs – the Carolina Express (headcoach Ulysses Hardy) and Boo Williams (head coaches Nadine Domond and Morris Smith). Personal: India Gabrielle Timpton ... born June 12, 1995 in New Orleans, La. ... daughter of Dr. Don and Bridgitte Timpton ... has one sibling Saadia ... majoring in communication. Individual Career History India STATISTICS Timpton’sTimpton, CAREER Season

2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

28-10 28-10

min/avg

329/11.8 329/11.8

Total fg-fga

16-63 16-63

pct

.254 .254

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

15-32 15-32

.469 .469

off

40 40

Rebounds def tot

33 33

73 73

avg

2.6 2.6

pf

44 44

fo

0 0

ast

9 9

to

35 35

blk

8 8

stl

20 20

Scoring pts avg

47 1.7 47 1.7


mariah wilson

44

Center • 6-2 • Sophomore • Atlanta, Ga. (North Atlanta)

2013-14 (Freshman): Played in 27 games … Paced the team with 32 blocked shots … Blocked three shots against Western Carolina (Jan. 17, 2014) … Netted four points in four separate contests … Nabbed two steals and played a season-high 15 minutes at Wofford (Jan. 25) … Pulled down a career-high six rebounds in her collegiate debut at Florida State (Nov. 8). High School: As a senior and team captain at North Atlanta High School, Wilson averaged 14.2 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks per game – earning second-team All-6A region accolades ... Also garnered All-Metro honorable mention honors from the Atlanta Journal Constitution ... Came through with one of her best performances of the season in North Atlanta’s 51-36 victory over cross-town rival Grady Dec. 8, scoring 13 points, grabbing 17 rebounds and blocking eight shots ... Played for the Georgia Pearls AAU program coached by Bernard Jones. Personal: Mariah E. Wilson ... born May 19, 1995 in Clarksburg, W.Va. ... daughter of Stacy and Rebecca Wilson ... has one sibling Stacy ... majoring in Psychology. Individual Career History Wilson, MariahSTATISTICS Wilson’s CAREER Season

2013-14 TOTAL

gp-gs

27-0 27-0

min/avg

220/8.1 220/8.1

Total fg-fga

13-39 13-39

pct

.333 .333

3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0

pct

.000 .000

F-Throws ft-fta pct

9-19 9-19

.474 .474

off

26 26

Rebounds def tot

34 34

60 60

avg

2.2 2.2

pf

36 36

fo

1 1

ast

1 1

to

14 14

blk

32 32

stl

8 8

Scoring pts avg

35 1.3 35 1.3


11

Allison Whitman

Forward/Center • 6-3 • Freshman • Madison, WVa. (Scott)

High School: Played four years at Scott (WVa.) High School under coach John Porter scoring over 1,000 career points .... Is an impact post player who earned third-team all-state. firstteam all-district and first-team all-conference honors last season ... As a sophomore, Whitman helped the Skyhawks to a 25-4 overall record, 8-1 league ledger and a No. 9 ranking in the state ... Scott has finished as the state runner up the past two years ... Also a member of the West Virginia Thunder AAU program coached by Scott Johnson. Personal: Alison Jo (Ali-Jo) Whitman ... born November 25, 1995 in Madison, West Virginia ... daughter of Larry and Diana Atkins ... undecided on a major.

23

Jayda Luckie Guard • 5-9 • Freshman • Norfolk, Va. (Maury)

High School: Played four seasons earning first team All-Conference and All-District in 2013-14 for Maury (Va.) High School ... helped the Commodores finish first in the District and made it to the second round of regionals for three-straight seasons ... was named Freshman of the Year in 2010-11 ... scored her 1,000th point during her senior season ... averaged 13 points per game her senior season and was rated a three-star recruit according to ESPN.com ... is a teammate of fellow UNCG teammate Keli Foster on the Boo Williams Norfolk Xpress AAU program coached by Morris Smith ... Was an Honor Roll student her senior year and honors graduate. Personal: Jayda Lechelle Luckie ... born May 30, 1996 in Alexandria, Va. ... daughter of Jason and Lisa Luckie ... has two siblings in Jason and Jasmine ... undecided on a major.


33

Skye Jefferson

Forward/Center • 6-2 • Freshman • Richmond, Va. (Cosby)

High School: Played four years for Cosby (Va.) High School earning second team All-District in 2013-14 ... Helped her team win a state championship in 2013-14 with a 19-0 record and the team was presented with the prestigious Army National Guard National Rankings Trophy ... Was awarded the most coachable award ... Made first team All-Conference 3 in the 6A South Region ... Also was a member of the Boo Williams Richmond AAU program coached by Max Coats and Mike Davis. Personal: Skye Alyce Taylor Jefferson ... born July 23, 1996 in Petersburg, Va. ... daughter of Kevin and Tonya Jefferson ... majoring in Business.

35

Keli Foster Guard • 5-7 • Freshman • Hampton, Va. (Bethel)

High School: A two-sport standout who was an AllDistrict performer in basketball and soccer for Bethel (Va.) High School ... Helped the Bruins secure a conference championship in 2013-14 for the first time in 28 years and was a state semifinalist ... Named second team All-Conference in 2013-14 ... In 2014, won the Boo Williams Summer League championship and played club basketball for the Norfolk XPress ... An Honor roll student all four years. Personal: Keli Shae Foster ... born November 5, 1996 in Augusta, Ga. ... daughter of Spurgeon and Gen Foster ... has one sibling Kyle Foster ... majoring in Psychology


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2014-15 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE OPPONENTS Chattanooga • January 19, 2015 (Home) • February 14, 2015 (Away) Series: Chattanooga leads 34-6 • Last Meeting: at Chattanooga 77, UNCG 56 (March 2, 2014) ETSU • January 17, 2015 (Away) • February 16, 2015 (Home) Series: UNCG leads 12-10 • Last Meeting: ETSU 70, at UNCG 67 (OT) (Feb. 19, 2005) Furman • January 27, 2015 (Away) • February 7, 2015 (Home) Series: UNCG leads 22-18 • Last Meeting: Furman 77, at UNCG 64 (Feb. 22, 2014) Mercer • January 12, 2015 (Home) • February 7, 2015 (Away) Series: Mercer leads 1-0 • Last Meeting: Mercer 94, at UNCG 55 (Jan. 25, 1979) Samford • January 10, 2015 (Home) • February 9, 2015 (Away) Series: Samford leads 10-3 • Last Meeting: at Samford 68, UNCG 57 (Feb. 28, 2014) Western Carolina • January 24, 2015 (Away) • February 27, 2015 (Home) Series: WCU leads 32-25 • Last Meeting: WCU 77 vs. UNCG 60 (SoCon Tourn.) (March 7, 2014) Wofford • Jan. 31, 2015 (Away) • Feb. 23, 2015(Home) Series: UNCG leads 31-8 • Last Meeting: at UNCG 87, Wofford 79 (Feb. 24, 2014)


2014-15 Non-Conference Opponents Clemson • November 14, 2014 • Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, S.C. • Noon Series: Clemson leads 5-1 • Last Meeting: Clemson 77, at UNCG 71 (Dec. 5, 2013) College of Charleston • November 16, 2014 • TD Arena • Charleston, S.C. • 2:00 p.m. Series: UNCG leads 23-14 • Last Meeting: at UNCG 64, College of Charleston 56 (Nov. 23, 2013) USC Upstate • Nov. 20, 2014 • Fleming Gymnasium • Greensboro, N.C. • 7:00 p.m. Series: UNCG leads 2-1 • Last Meeting: UNCG 72, at USC Upstate 66 (Feb. 13, 1991) Longwood • November 24, 2014 • Willett Hall • Farmville, Va. • 7:00 p.m. Series: UNCG leads 15-11 • Last Meeting: at Longwood 62, UNCG 53 (Dec. 5, 2007) Navy Classic • November 28-29, 2014 • Alumni Hall • Annapolis, Md. • 3:30 & 6 p.m. Navy • Northern Kentucky • Grand Canyon • UNCG Gardner-Webb • Dec. 5, 2014 • Fleming Gymnasium • Greensboro, N.C. • 7:00 p.m. Series: tied 1-1 • Last Meeting: at Gardner-Webb 71, UNCG 60 (Nov. 11, 2013) High Point • Dec. 8, 2014 • Willett Hal • High Point, N.C. • 7:00 p.m. Series: UNCG leads 12-10 • Last Meeting: at UNCG 81, High Point 76 (Dec. 1, 2013) South Carolina State • December 11, 2014 • Fleming Gymnasium • Greensboro, N.C. • 7:00 p.m. Series: UNG leads 2-0 • Last Meeting: at UNCG 72, South Carolina State 63 (November 15, 2013) VCU • Dec. 14, 2014 • Siegel Center • Richmond, Va. • 1:00 p.m. Series: UNCG leads 1-0 • Last Meeting: VCU 95, at UNCG 72 (Nov. 27, 2013) St. Bonaventure • Dec. 17, 2014 • Echols Hall • Norfolk, Va. • 7:00 p.m. Series: UNCG leads 1-0 • Last Meeting: St. Bonaventure 58, at UNCG 46 (Dec. 22, 2013) Livingstone • Dec. 20, 2013 • Fleming Gymnasium • Greensboro, N.C. • Noon Series: UNCG leads 1-0 • Last Meeting: at UNCG 67, Livingstone 24 (Feb. 15, 1971) Miami (Fla.) Tournament • Dec. 28-29, 2014 • Bank United Center • Coral Gables, Fla. • TBD Miami • LSU • FAMU • UNCG Hawai’i • Jan. 2, 2015 • Stan Sheriff Center • Honolulu, Hawai’i. • 10:00 p.m. Series: First Meeting Southern Conference Tournament • March 5-8, 2015 • Asheville, N.C. Kimmel Arena • U..S. Cellular Center


UNCG Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 17, 2014) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 7-23 3-15 4-8

HOME 6-9 3-6 3-3

2013-14 Final statistics ##

12 55 01 14 10 25 15 02 03 31 22 44 21

Player

Mason, Lucy Stevenson, Janae' Patterson, Breonna Williams, Bailey Savage, Jarae Harris, Shanese Scaife, Jade Collins, Jessica Missouri, Jazmine Coleman, Whitney Timpton, India Wilson, Mariah Bartley, Medena Team Total.......... Opponents......

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

30-30 30-30 15-4 30-28 30-11 30-20 30-10 29-6 25-1 22-0 28-10 27-0 6-0

939 826 349 910 488 611 561 355 262 185 329 220 15

30 30

6050 6050

31.3 27.5 23.3 30.3 16.3 20.4 18.7 12.2 10.5 8.4 11.8 8.1 2.5

121-329 143-301 41-129 77-249 80-169 57-182 56-167 35-109 16-54 19-51 16-63 13-39 0-2

.368 .475 .318 .309 .473 .313 .335 .321 .296 .373 .254 .333 .000

32-110 0-0 24-68 38-120 0-4 11-43 0-0 15-54 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

.291 .000 .353 .317 .000 .256 .000 .278 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

OT 13 28

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

364 453 Totals 1905 12.1 15.1 2196 577 543 19.2 18.1 -1.1 0.6 0.8 258 309 8.6 10.3 88 121 2.9 4.0

* *

124-171 81-145 24-32 28-35 27-40 31-60 42-67 6-15 42-50 7-10 15-32 9-19 1-2

off

NEUTRAL 0-2 0-0 0-2

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

a

to blk stl

.725 32 73 105 3.5 74 2 99 88 3 .559 102 135 237 7.9 88 4 18 69 21 .750 9 26 35 2.3 32 0 21 25 0 .800 12 85 97 3.2 67 1 109 130 7 .675 59 81 140 4.7 56 1 20 39 2 .517 31 46 77 2.6 40 0 25 59 4 .627 56 87 143 4.8 52 1 12 35 2 .400 10 19 29 1.0 36 1 25 36 2 .840 11 22 33 1.3 42 0 21 33 2 .700 11 14 25 1.1 27 0 4 9 5 .469 40 33 73 2.6 44 0 9 35 8 .474 26 34 60 2.2 36 1 1 14 32 .500 0 4 4 0.7 1 0 0 0 0 71 52 123 5 674-1844 .366 120-400 .300 437-678 .645 470 711 1181 39.4 595 11 364 577 88 818-1799 .455 144-411 .350 416-597 .697 369 817 1186 39.5 587 14 453 543 121

TEAM STATISTICS UNCG OPP SCORING 1905 2196 Points per game 63.5 73.2 Scoring margin -9.7 TEAM STATISTICS FIELD GOALS-ATT 674-1844UNCG OPP 818-1799 Field goal pct .366 1905 2196 .455 Scoring 3 POINT FG-ATT 120-400 144-411 3-point FG pct Game .300 63.5 .350 Points Per 73.2 3-pt FG made per game 4.0 4.8 Scoring Margin FREE THROWS-ATT 437-678 -9.7 416-597 * Free throw pct . 6 4 5 . 6 9 7 FG Made/Attempted 674/1,844 818/1799* F-Throws made per game 14.6 13.9 REBOUNDS 1181 .366 1186 Field Goal Pct. .455 Rebounds per game 39.4 39.5 3-Point FG/Attempted 120/400 - 144/411 * Rebounding margin -0.2 ASSISTS 364 3-Point FG Pct. .300 453 .350 * Assists per game 12.1 15.1 * 3-Point FG Made 4.8 * TURNOVERS 577 4.0 543 Turnovers per game 19.2 Free Throws/Attempted 437/678 18.1- 416/597 ** Turnover margin -1.1 Assist/turnover 0.6 .645 0.8 Free Throwratio Pct. .697 * STEALS 258 309 * Free 13.9 * StealsThrows per game Made 8.6 14.6 10.3 BLOCKS 88 121 * Rebounds Blocks per game 2.91,181 1,186 4.0 * ATTENDANCE Per Game 5782 39.4 9727 Rebounds 39.5 * Home games-Avg/Game 15-385 13-633 * Rebounding Margin Neutral site-Avg/Game - -0.2 2-750 *

Assists Score by Periods 1st 2nd UNCG Assists Per Game 859 1033 Opponents 1056 1112 Turnovers Turnovers Per Game Turnover Margin Assist/Turnover Ratio Steals Steals Per Game Blocks Blocks Per Game

AWAY 1-12 0-9 1-3

Date 11/08/13 11/11/13 11/15/13 11/20/13 11/23/13 11/27/13 12/1/13 12/5/13 12/14/13 12/16/13 12/22/13 12/29/13 12/30/13 1/4/14 01/11/14 01/13/14 01/17/14 01/19/14 01/25/14 01/27/14 2/1/14 2/8/14 2/10/14 2/15/14 02/17/14 02/22/14 2/24/14 02/28/14 03/02/14 03/07/14

Opponent at Florida State at Gardner-Webb SOUTH CAROLINA STATE at Norfolk State COL. OF CHARLESTON VCU HIGH POINT CLEMSON CHATTANOOGA SAMFORD ST. BONAVENTURE at Fordham vs Tulsa ELON at Georgia Southern at Davidson WESTERN CAROLINA APPALACHIAN STATE at Wofford at Furman at Elon DAVIDSON GEORGIA SOUTHERN at Appalachian State at Western Carolina FURMAN WOFFORD at Samford at Chattanooga vs Western Carolina

* = Conference game

L L W W W L W L L L L L L W L L L L Lot L L Lot W L L L W L L L

43 19 12 37 31 30 17 14 14 12 20 8 1

pts

avg

398 367 130 220 187 156 154 91 74 45 47 35 1

13.3 12.2 8.7 7.3 6.2 5.2 5.1 3.1 3.0 2.0 1.7 1.3 0.2

258 1905 309 2196

63.5 73.2

Score 59-93 60-71 72-63 73-66 64-56 72-95 81-76 71-77 53-86 52-65 46-58 48-79 71-76 73-62 71-74 59-78 49-60 56-75 70-76 64-73 57-80 66-75 76-65 67-76 51-63 64-77 87-79 57-68 56-77 60-77

Att. 1797 601 347 577 359 196 212 502 216 147 243 0 0 290 501 287 473 625 127 411 374 602 373 722 173 695 502 625 2032 1500


UNCG Combined Team Statistics (as of Sep 17, 2014) Conference games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 3-15 3-15 0-0

HOME 3-6 3-6 0-0

AWAY 0-9 0-9 0-0

2013-14 final Socon statistics ##

12 55 14 25 10 15 01 02 03 22 31 44 21

Player

Mason, Lucy Stevenson, Janae' Williams, Bailey Harris, Shanese Savage, Jarae Scaife, Jade Patterson, Breonna Collins, Jessica Missouri, Jazmine Timpton, India Coleman, Whitney Wilson, Mariah Bartley, Medena Team Total.......... Opponents......

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

18-18 18-18 18-18 18-10 18-7 18-3 5-2 18-5 13-0 16-9 17-0 16-0 5-0

583 498 582 383 276 326 91 264 116 225 158 138 10

18 18

3650 3650

32.4 27.7 32.3 21.3 15.3 18.1 18.2 14.7 8.9 14.1 9.3 8.6 2.0

78-209 87-184 53-169 37-117 40-97 34-106 8-27 29-81 4-20 14-41 16-42 8-25 0-2

.373 17-65 .473 0-0 .314 24-80 .316 8-28 .412 0-3 .321 0-0 .296 6-21 .358 11-39 .200 0-0 .341 0-0 .381 0-0 .320 0-0 .000 0-0

408-1120 .364 66-236 493-1083 .455 92-259

.262 .000 .300 .286 .000 .000 .286 .282 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

68-101 45-84 16-18 18-39 19-30 23-41 0-0 6-14 25-29 12-25 7-10 6-13 1-2

.673 .536 .889 .462 .633 .561 .000 .429 .862 .480 .700 .462 .500

off

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

Rebounds def tot avg

21 52 73 61 73 134 11 57 68 25 32 57 32 52 84 37 46 83 3 4 7 9 14 23 3 14 17 27 20 47 10 10 20 14 17 31 0 2 2 48 28 76 .280 246-406 .606 301 421 722 .355 231-324 .713 220 483 703

4.1 7.4 3.8 3.2 4.7 4.6 1.4 1.3 1.3 2.9 1.2 1.9 0.4

40.1 339 39.1 348

TEAM STATISTICS UNCG OPP Date Opponent SCORING 1128 1309 * 12/14/13 CHATTANOOGA Points per game 62.7 72.7 * 12/16/13 SAMFORD TEAM STATISTICS UNCG OPP Scoring margin -10.1 * 1/4/14 ELON FIELD GOALS-ATT 408-11201,128 1,309 493-1083 Scoring * 01/11/14 at Georgia Southern Field goal pct .364 .455 * 01/13/14 Davidson Points Per Game 72.7 * 01/17/14 atWESTERN 3 POINT FG-ATT 66-236 62.7 92-259 CAROLINA 3-point FG Margin pct .280 -10.0 .355 * 01/19/14 APPALACHIAN STATE Scoring 3-pt FG made per game 3.7 5.1 * 01/25/14 at Wofford FG 408/1,120 FREEMade/Attempted THROWS-ATT 246-406 231-324 493/1,083* 01/27/14 at Furman Free throw pct .606 .713 * 2/1/14 at Elon Field Goal Pct. .364 .455 F-Throws made per game 13.7 12.8 * 2/8/14 DAVIDSON REBOUNDSFG/Attempted 72266/236 703 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 3-Point 92/259 * 2/10/14 Rebounds per game 40.1 39.1 * 2/15/14 at Appalachian State 3-Point FG Pct. .355 * 02/17/14 at Western Carolina Rebounding margin +1.1 .280 ASSISTS FG Made 212 3.7 275 3-Point 5.1 * 02/22/14 FURMAN Assists per game 11.8 15.3 * 2/24/14 WOFFORD TURNOVERS Free Throws/Attempted 337 246/406 320 231/324 * 02/28/14 at Samford Turnovers per game 18.7 17.8 Free Throw .713 * 03/02/14 at Chattanooga Turnover margin Pct. -0.9 .606 Assist/turnover ratioMade 0.6 13.7 0.9 Free Throws 12.8 * = Conference game STEALS 167 186 Rebounds Steals per game 9.3 722 703 10.3 BLOCKS 62 77 Rebounds Per Game 40.1 4.3 39.1 Blocks per game 3.4 ATTENDANCE 3923 +1.1 5252 Rebounding Margin Home games-Avg/Game 9-436 9-584 Assists Neutral site-Avg/Game - 212 275 0-0

Assists Per Game Score by Periods 1st 2nd Turnovers UNCG 509 606 Opponents 628 653 Turnovers Per Game Turnover Margin Assist/Turnover Ratio Steals Steals Per Game Blocks Blocks Per Game

11.8

275

OT Totals 13 337 320 1128 28 1309

18.7 17.8 -0.9 0.6 0.9 167 186 9.3 10.3 62 77 3.4 4-3

pf dq

45 50 41 22 29 26 7 23 21 31 23 20 1

1 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

a

63 12 73 14 8 5 3 18 5 6 4 1 0

to blk stl

50 35 79 35 25 21 8 24 18 24 7 8 0 3 8 212 337 9 275 320

L L W L L L L Lot L L Lot W L L L W L L

1 17 5 3 1 2 0 1 2 5 3 22 0

28 14 21 21 20 9 3 11 6 16 10 7 1

pts

avg

241 219 146 100 99 91 22 75 33 40 39 22 1

13.4 12.2 8.1 5.6 5.5 5.1 4.4 4.2 2.5 2.5 2.3 1.4 0.2

62 167 1128 77 186 1309

62.7 72.7

Score 53-86 52-65 73-62 71-74 59-78 49-60 56-75 70-76 64-73 57-80 66-75 76-65 67-76 51-63 64-77 87-79 57-68 56-77

Att. 216 147 290 501 287 473 625 127 411 374 602 373 722 173 695 502 625 2032


THE SOUTHERN CONFERENCE The Southern Conference, which began its 94th season of intercollegiate competition in 2014-15, 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 freshmen eligibility (1922), developing women’s championships (1984), to becoming the first conference to install the three-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 12 (1915) and the Southwestern Athletic (1920) conferences are older in terms of origination. The Conference currently consists of 10 members in six states throughout the Southeast and sponsors 19 varsity sports and championships that produce participants for NCAA Division I Championships. 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. 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 including 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 10 institutions and a footprint that spans six states: Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Virginia. Current league members are The Citadel, ETSU, Furman, Mercer, UNCG, Samford, Chattanooga, Western Carolina,Wofford and VMI. Leadership John Iamarino was officially named commissioner of the conference on January 2, 2006. Iamarino has promoted the Southern Conference through an ambitious agenda which 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 Germann 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.


2013-14 socon women’s basketball review 2013-14 STANDINGS

Southern Conference Overall

Chattanooga Furman Davidson Appalachian State Elon Samford Western Carolina Georgia Southern Wofford UNCG

W-L Pct. Home Away W-L Pct Home Away 18-0 1.000 9-0 9-0 29-4 .879 13-0 12-3 12-6 .667 8-1 4-5 18-13 .581 11-2 7-10 11-7 .611 6-3 5-4 16-16 .500 7-7 7-8 10-8 .556 6-3 4-5 13-16 .448 7-4 6-11 10-8 .556 7-2 3-6 15-16 .484 10-4 4-10 8-10 .444 4-4 4-6 10-20 .333 4-7 5-11 7-11 .389 4-6 3-5 15-17 .469 8-6 5-9 7-11 .389 3-6 4-5 10-21 .323 4-8 5-10 4-14 .222 4-5 0-9 6-23 .207 6-6 0-15 3-15 .167 3-6 0-9 7-23 .233 6-9 1-12

2013-14 ALL-SOCON TEAMS (Coaches Selections)

2012-13 ALL-SOCON TEAM (Media Selections)

All-Conference Team Maryah Sydnor, Appalachian State Dakota Dukes, Davidson Laura Murray, Davidson Kelsey Harris, Elon Brittany Hodges, Furman Holli Wilkins, Furman Anna Claire Knight, Georgia Southern Alex Black, Chattanooga Ashlen Dewart, Chattanooga Taylor Hall, Chattanooga

First Team Maryah Sydnor, Appalachian State Laura Murray, Davidson Brittany Hodges, Furman Holli Wilkins, Furman Taylor Hall, Chattanooga

All-Freshmen Team Lauren Brown, Elon Jennifer Rhodes, Elon Whitney Bunn, Furman Hannah Nichols, Samford Chelsey Shumpert, Chattanooga Player of the Year Taylor Hall, Chattanooga Defensive Player of the Year Taylor Hall, Chattanooga Freshman of the Year Jennifer Rhodes, Elon Coach of the Year Jackie Carson, Furman Ann Lashley Inspiration Award Shelby Campbell, Samford

2012-13 SOCON PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Second Team Dakota Dukes, Davidson Hannah Early, Davidson Kelsey Harris Elon Anna Claire Knight, Georgia Southern Ashlen Dewart, Chattanooga Media All-Freshmen Team Lauren Brown, Elon Jennifer Rhodes, Elon Whitney Bunn, Furman Hannah Nichols, Samford Chelsey Shumpert, Chattanooga

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

2014 SOCON CHAMPIONSHIP (at Asheville, N.C.) FIRST ROUND (at Asheville, N.C.) Georgia Southern 75, Wofford 62 Western Carolina 77, UNCG 60 QUARTERFINALS (at Asheville, N.C.) Chattanooga 66, Georgia Southern 57 Elon 59, Appalachian State 56 Western Carolina 75, Furman 70 Davidson 55, Samford 42 SEMIFINALS (at Asheville, N.C.) Chattanooga 77, Elon 44 Davidson 74, Western Carolina 67 FINALS (at Asheville, N.C.) Chattanooga 71, Davidson 45

Media Player of the Year Taylor Hall, Chattanooga

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Media Freshman of the Year Hannah Nichols, Samford

FIRST TEAM Taylor Hall, Chattanooga Alex Black, Chattanooga Dakota Dukes, Davidson Laura Murray, Davidson Justin Taylor, Western Carolina

Media Coach of the Year Jackie Carson, Furman

Nov. 12: .................................................................................................................. Taylor Hall, Chattanooga Nov. 19: .................................................................................................................. Taylor Hall, Chattanooga Nov. 26: ............................................................................................................ Janae’ Stevenson, UNCG Dec. 3: ..................................................................................................................... Laura Murray, Davidson Dec. 10: ................................................................................................................... Laura Murray, Davidson Dec. 17: ........................................................................................................... Ashlen Dewart, Chattanooga Dec. 31: ................................................................................................................. Brittany Hodges, Furman Jan. 7: .............................................................................................. Anna Claire Knight, Georgia Southern Jan. 14: .................................................................................................................... Dakota Dukes, Davidson Jan. 21: ....................................................................................................Maryah Sydnor, Appalachian State Jan. 28: ........................................................................................................................Logan Morris, Wofford Feb. 4: ...................................................................................................................... Laura Murray, Davidson Feb. 11: .................................................................................................................. Brittany Hodges, Furman Feb. 18: ........................................................................................... Anna Claire Knight, Georgia Southern Feb. 25: ................................................................................................................... Taylor Hall, Chattanooga

SECOND TEAM Ashlen Dewart, Chattanooga Kelsey Harris, Elon Sarah Durdaller, Furman Anna Claire Knight, Georgia Southern Rena Wakama, Western Carolina TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Taylor Hall..........................................Chattanooga


All-Time Series Records

Air Force (1-0) 1996-97 .(N)..... W, 64-58

Alaska-Anchorage (1-0) 1994-95.(A)..... W, 83-76 Alabama (0-2) 1995-96.(N)...... L, 62-89 1997-98.(A)...... L, 46-94 Akron (1-0) 1992-93.(N)..... W, 68-50 Appalachian State (2833) 1971-72.(H)..... W, 50-46 1971-72.(N)..... W, 52-35 1972-73.(A)..... W, 62-57 1972-73.(H)..... W, 49-44 1973-74.(H)..... W, 53-52 1973-74.(A)...... L, 51-59 1974-75.(A)..... W, 76-70 1974-75.(H)..... W, 74-67 1975-76.(H)...... L, 54-68 1975-76.(N)...... L, 58-66 1975-76.(A)...... L, 66-75 1976-77.(A)...... L, 68-81 1976-77.(H)...... L, 54-66 1977-78.(A)...... L, 74-83 1977-78.(H).L, 78-84 (ot) 1977-78.(N).L, 76-80 (ot) 1978-79.(A)...... L, 49-91 1980-81.(A)...... L, 56-75 1991-92.(H)..... W, 90-74 1991-92.(A).W, 82-81 (ot) 1992-93.(A)...... L, 61-91 1994-95.(H)...... L, 53-69 1995-96.(A)...... L, 65-72 1996-97.(H)...... L, 51-71 1997-98.(H)..... W, 62-52 1997-98.(A)...... L, 59-63 1998-99.(A)..... W, 72-57 1998-99.(H)...... L, 76-81 1999-00.(H)...... L, 72-83 1999-00.(A)..... W, 77-71 1999-00.(N)..... W, 92-75 2000-01.(A)..... W, 75-51 2000-01.(N)..... W, 86-77 2000-01.(H)..... W, 88-60 2001-02.(H)..... W, 79-51 2001-02.(A)..... W, 83-66 2002-03.(H)..... W, 75-62 2002-03.(A)..... W, 85-78 2003-04.(H)..... W, 79-66 2003-04.(A)...... L, 68-73 2004-05.(A)...... L, 41-69 2004-05.(H)..... W, 55-41 2005-06.(H)..... W, 85-71 2005-06.(A)...... L, 84-85 2006-07.(A)..... W, 68-61 2006-07.(H)..... W, 81-62 2007-08.(H)..... W, 56-54 2007-08.(A)...... L, 53-58 2007-08.(N)..... W, 62-44 2008-09.(A)...... L, 68-73 2008-09.(H)..... W, 74-60 2009-10.(H)...... L, 57-72 2009-10.(A)...... L, 49-67 2010-11.(H)...... L, 72-83 2010-11.(A)...... L, 57-80 2011-12.(H)...... L, 81-66 2011-12.(A)...... L, 79-60 2012-13.(A)...... L, 81-58 2012-13.(H)...... L, 77-46 2013-14 (H)...... L, 75-56 2013-14 (A)...... L, 76-67 Arizona (1-0) 2004-05.(A)...... L, 48-99 Atlantic Christian (0-1) 1981-82.(H)...... L, 90-93 Austin Peay (1-0) 1991-92.(N)..... W, 76-70 Averett (19-0) 1970-71.(H)..... W, 42-37 1970-71.(A)..... W, 53-49 1971-72.(A)..... W, 52-38 1971-72.(H)..... W, 53-30 1981-82.(A)..... W, 80-59 1983-84.(A)..... W, 80-59 1983-84.(H)..... W, 94-37

1984-85.(H)... W, 116-38 1984-85.(A)..... W, 73-32 1984-85.(H)..... W, 96-54 1985-86.(H)... W, 104-22 1985-86.(A)..... W, 73-32 1985-86.(H)..... W, 98-45 1986-87.(H)..... W, 88-47 1986-87.(A)... W, 103-56 1986-87.(H)... W, 112-56 1987-88.(A)... W, 120-36 1987-88.(H)... W, 125-51 1987-88.(H)... W, 139-39 Barber-Scotia (0-1) 1980-81.(A)...... L, 73-84 Belmont Abbey (1-0) 1986-87.(H)..... W, 65-63 Bennett (4-4) 1971-72.(H)..... W, 60-21 1979-80.(H)...... L, 69-77 1979-80.(A)..... W, 73-84 1980-81.(A)...... L, 50-76 1980-81.(H)...... L, 43-64 1980-81.(A)...... L, 52-68 1981-82.(H)..... W, 70-52 1982-83.(H)..... W, 94-45 Bentley (0-1) 1990-91.(A)...... L, 67-79 Boston College (0-1) 2003-04.(A)...... L, 53-84

Boston University (0-1) 2007-08.(H)...... L, 42-69 Bowling Green (0-2) 2008-09.(H)...... L, 53-71 2009-10.(A)...... L, 51-80 Bridgeport (1-0) 1990-91.(N)..... W, 93-52 Buffalo State (1-1) 1984-85.(N)...... L, 71-80 1986-87.(N)..... W, 83-74 Cal Poly Pomona (0-1) 1989-90.(A)...... L, 61-93 UC Irvine (1-0) 2008-09.(A).W, 76-71 (ot) UC Riverside (1-0) 1989-90.(A)... W, 100-90 Cameron (1-0) 1989-90.(A)..... W, 88-74 Campbell (11-1) 1971-72.(H)..... W, 56-35 1991-92.(H)..... W, 84-69 1992-93.(A)..... W, 87-84 1993-94.(H)..... W, 54-46 1993-94.(A)..... W, 69-68 1997-98.(H)..... W, 84-76 2000-01.(A)..... W, 60-56 2001-02.(H)..... W, 69-46 2002-03.(A)..... W, 61-57 2003-04.(H)...... L, 56-61 2005-06.(H)..... W, 78-55 2006-07.(A)..... W, 84-68 Canisius 1-0 2001-02.(H)..... W, 87-66 Catawba (8-0) 1971-72.(H)..... W, 50-29 1971-72.(N)..... W, 56-41 1972-73.(A)..... W, 53-44 1979-80.(H)..... W, 80-57 1989-90.(H)..... W, 82-58 1989-90.(A)..... W, 84-69 1990-91.(H)..... W, 70-53 1990-91.(A)..... W, 80-58 Catholic (1-1) 1984-85.(A)..... W, 60-59 1985-86.(A)...... L, 72-90 Central Florida (0-1) 2007-08.(A)...... L, 73-76

Central Missouri State (0-1) 1982-83.(N)...... L, 61-94 Centre (Ky.) (1-1) 1986-87.(N)...... L, 69-79 1987-88.(A)..... W, 81-77 Chapman (Calif.) (0-1) 1989-90.(A)...... L, 55-90 Charleston Southern (14-3) 1989-90*.(H).... W, 90-65 1991-92.(H)..... W, 91-65 1991-92.(A)..... W, 73-56 1992-93.(H)..... W, 83-59 1992-93.(N)..... W, 58-55 1993-94.(A)..... W, 76-70 1993-94.(H)..... W, 84-55 1994-95.(H)..... W, 74-70 1994-95.(A)..... W, 77-69 1994-95.(N)..... W, 78-70 1995-96.(A)..... W, 75-73 1995-96.(H)..... W, 90-71 1996-97.(H)..... W, 91-64 1996-97.(A)..... W, 69-61 2009-10.(H)...... L, 54-56 2010-11 .(A)...... L, 67-77 2012-13 .(N)...... L, 60-57 Charlotte (2-12) 1977-78.(A)..... W, 66-55 1988-89.(H)...... L, 67-84 1988-89.(A)...... L, 66-83 1989-90.(H)...... L, 63-78 1989-90.(A)...... L, 71-98 1990-91.(A)...... L, 56-72 1991-92.(H)...... L, 60-87 1993-94.(A)...... L, 48-61 1994-95.(H)...... L, 58-61 1995-96.(A)...... L, 72-84 2000-01.(H)..... W, 81-70 2001-02.(A)...... L, 44-60 2006-07.(A)...... L, 40-86 2007-08.(H)...... L, 45-70 Chattanooga (6-34) 1997-98.(A)..... W, 72-60 1997-98.(H)..... W, 72-65 1998-99.(H)..... W, 87-74 1998-99.(A)..... W, 70-66 1999-00.(H)...... L, 56-60 1999-00.(A)...... L, 66-83 1999-00.(N)..... W, 73-67 2000-01.(H)...... L, 63-79 2000-01.(A)...... L, 55-77 2000-01.(N)...... L, 63-64 2001-02.(A)...... L, 59-62 2001-02.(H).L, 69-73 (ot) 2001-02.(N)...... L, 69-77 2002-03.(H)...... L, 54-76 2002-03.(A)...... L, 54-84 2003-04.(A)...... L, 57-68 2003-04.(H)...... L, 54-70 2004-05.(H)...... L, 62-71 2004-05.(A)...... L, 57-70 2005-06.(H)...... L, 75-82 2005-06.(A)...... L, 68-72 2005-06.(N)...... L, 79-91 2006-07.(A)..... W, 71-68 2006-07.(H)...... L, 66-83 2007-08.(A)...... L, 50-77 2007-08.(H)...... L, 52-64 2007-08.(N)...... L, 33-78 2008-09.(A)...... L, 53-70 2008-09.(H)...... L, 48-58 2009-10.(H)...... L, 54-67 2009-10.(A)...... L, 63-82 2009-10.(N)...... L, 64-82 2010-11.(A)...... L, 63-72 2010-11.(H)...... L, 53-65 2011-12.(H)...... L, 63-46 2011-12.(A)...... L, 63-44 2012-13 .(H)...... L, 76-46 2012-13 .(A)...... L, 74-68 2013-14 (H)...... L, 86-53 2013-14 (A)...... L, 77-56 Christopher Newport (15-2) 1981-82.(H)..... W, 98-70 1981-82.(A)..... W, 75-56 1982-83.(A)..... W, 78-60

1982-83.(H)..... W, 76-70 1983-84.(H)..... W, 75-71 1983-84.(A)..... W, 60-46 1984-85.(A)..... W, 66-64 1984-85.(H)...... L, 83-85 1984-85.(N)..... W, 72-65 1985-86.(H)..... W, 73-64 1985-86.(A)..... W, 75-74 1985-86.(N)...... L, 67-69 1986-87.(A)..... W, 60-58 1986-87.(H)..... W, 82-80 1986-87.(N)..... W, 93-75 1987-88.(H)..... W, 85-58 1987-88.(A)... W, 101-87 Chowan (1-0) 2007-08.(H)..... W, 68-37 Clemson (1-5) 1992-93.(A)...... L, 66-75 1998-99.(A)...... L, 42-59 1999-00.(H).W, 78-67 (ot) 2000-01.(A)...... L, 65-89 2010-11.(A)...... L, 71-55 2013-14 (H)...... L, 77-71 Coastal Carolina (12-6) 1986-87.(A)..... W, 73-50 1987-88.(A)...... L, 62-65 1988-89.(A)...... L, 62-68 1990-91.(H)..... W, 83-52 1991-92.(H)..... W, 87-73 1992-93.(A)..... W, 87-52 1993-94.(A)...... L, 69-76 1993-94.(H)..... W, 78-55 1994-95.(A)..... W, 81-53 1994-95.(H)..... W, 72-66 1994-95.(N)..... W, 85-57 1995-96.(A)...... L, 76-88 1995-96.(H)..... W, 81-56 1996-97.(H)... W, 104-66 1996-97.(A)..... W, 87-66 2003-04.(N)...... L, 65-66 2005-06.(A)...... L, 54-68 2006-07.(H)..... W, 64-54 College of Charleston (23-14) 1974-75.(N)...... L, 64-80 1991-92.(H)..... W, 76-60 1991-92.(A)...... L, 62-93 1996-97.(H)..... W, 69-54 1998-99.(H)..... W, 77-55 1998-99.(A)..... W, 54-50 1999-00.(H)..... W, 87-47 1999-00.(A)..... W, 63-41 2000-01.(H)..... W, 89-56 2000-01.(A)..... W, 53-52 2001-02.(A)..... W, 73-58 2001-02.(H)..... W, 60-50 2001-02.(N)..... W, 77-51 2002-03.(H)..... W, 63-57 2002-03.(A)..... W, 75-70 2003-04.(A)..... W, 73-56 2003-04.(H)..... W, 78-63 2003-04.(N)...... L, 50-59 2004-05.(H)..... W, 71-50 2004-05.(A)...... L, 52-65 2005-06.(H).L, 67-70 (ot) 2005-06.(A)..... W, 59-58 2006-07.(A)...... L, 61-73 2006-07.(H)..... W, 70-61 2007-08.(H)...... L, 37-62 2007-08.(A)...... L, 61-65 2008-09.(H)..... W, 70-55 2008-09.(A)...... L, 51-71 2009-10.(A)...... L, 60-71 2009-10.(H)...... L, 51-54 2010-11.(A)..... W, 50-45 2010-11.(H).W, 76-64 (ot) 2011-12.(H)...... L, 52-42 2011-12.(A)..... W, 60-54 2012-13 .(H)...... L, 88-61 2012-13 .(A)...... L, 63-43 2013-14 (H)..... W, 64-56 Concordia (Minn.) (0-1) 1987-88.(A).... L, 66-103 Coppin State (0-1) 2003-04.(N)...... L, 49-54 Cornell (1-0) 1992-93.(H)..... W, 70-61

Cortland State (N.Y.) (1-0) 1984-85.(N)..... W, 83-57 Davidson (28-21) 1978-79.(H)..... W, 58-52 1978-79.(A)...... L, 44-67 1979-80.(A)..... W, 69-50 1979-80.(H)..... W, 74-60 1980-81.(A)..... W, 55-54 1980-81.(H)..... W, 72-59 1981-82.(A)..... W, 67-40 1981-82.(H)..... W, 69-56 1994-95.(N)..... W, 60-57 1995-96.(H)..... W, 79-69 1996-97.(A)...... L, 48-60 1997-98.(A)...... L, 72-87 1997-98.(H)..... W, 78-67 1997-98.(N)..... W, 78-75 1998-99.(H)..... W, 90-79 1998-99.(A)..... W, 64-61 1998-99.(N)...... L, 91-92 1999-00.(A)..... W, 71-69 1999-00.(H)..... W, 75-57 2000-01.(H)..... W, 81-42 2000-01.(A)..... W, 72-60 2001-02.(H)..... W, 71-44 2001-02.(A)..... W, 84-73 2002-03.(H)..... W, 71-69 2002-03.(A)..... W, 70-63 2003-04.(H)...... L, 55-68 2003-04.(A)...... L, 45-59 2004-05.(A)..... W, 78-66 2004-05.(H)..... W, 90-87 (2ot) 2005-06.(H)...... L, 54-65 2005-06.(A).W, 63-62 (ot) 2005-06.(N)..... W, 69-58 2006-07.(A)...... L, 73-59 2006-07.(H)..... W, 78-55 2007-08.(H)...... L, 59-70 2007-08.(A)...... L, 50-76 2008-09.(H).L, 55-61 (ot) 2008-09.(A)..... W, 74-61 2009-10.(A)...... L, 45-67 2009-10.(H)...... L, 53-83 2010-11.(A)..... W, 59-58 2010-11.(H)...... L, 52-53 2011-12.(A)...... L, 71-52 2011-12.(H)...... L, 58-49 2012-13 .(A)...... L, 88-48 2012-13 .(H).L, 59-56 (ot) 2012-13 .(N)...... L, 70-47 2013-14 (A)...... L, 78-59 2013-14 (H).L, 75-66 (ot) Davis & Elkins (2-0) 1989-90.(A)..... W, 81-71 1990-91.(H)..... W, 89-33 Dayton (0-1) 1993-94.(A)...... L, 65-82 Delaware (1-1) 2001-02.(H)..... W, 67-62 2004-05.(N)...... L, 59-69 Duke (4-9) 1971-72.(A)..... W, 55-41 1971-72.(H)..... W, 40-36 1977-78.(A)..... W, 82-55 1977-78.(H)..... W, 81-63 1978-79.(H)...... L, 51-65 1978-79.(A)...... L, 52-64 1979-80.(H)...... L, 74-82 1992-93.(H)...... L, 76-80 1996-97.(H)...... L, 68-98 1997-98.(A)...... L, 51-78 1999-00.(A)...... L, 47-72 2001-02.(A)...... L, 58-90 2007-08.(A)...... L, 39-84 East Carolina (6-15) 1970-71.(H)...... L, 42-53 1971-72.(H)...... L, 47-48 1972-73.(H)...... L, 55-69 1973-74.(A)..... W, 52-45 1973-74.(H)..... W, 63-50 1974-75.(N)...... L, 61-68 1974-75.(H)...... L, 52-57 1975-76.(N)...... L, 57-69 1975-76.(A)...... L, 68-86 1976-77.(A)..... W, 92-86

1976-77.(H)...... L, 65-77 1976-77.(N)...... L, 71-73 1977-78.(H)...... L, 48-75 1977-78.(N)...... L, 55-79 1977-78.(A)...... L, 57-87 1978-79.(H).... L, 55-100 1978-79.(A).... L, 43-109 1992-93.(H)...... L, 59-76 2000-01.(A)..... W, 66-53 2001-02.(H)..... W, 60-46 2002-03.(H)..... W, 85-62 East Tennessee State (12-10) 1969-70.(N)...... L, 37-39 1970-71.(N)..... W, 65-43 1971-72.(N)..... W, 79-50 1973-74.(N)..... W, 60-54 1976-77.(H)...... L, 92-93 1997-98.(H)...... L, 66-67 1997-98.(A)..... W, 75-62 1998-99.(A)...... L, 58-82 1998-99.(H)..... W, 75-59 1999-00.(A)...... L, 62-66 1999-00.(H)..... W, 70-65 2000-01.(H)..... W, 73-58 2000-01.(A)...... L, 51-53 2000-01.(N)..... W, 83-53 2001-02.(A)..... W, 77-50 2001-02.(H)..... W, 91-58 2002-03.(H)..... W, 71-60 2002-03.(A)..... W, 73-62 2003-04.(A)...... L, 72-83 2003-04.(H)...... L, 60-65 2004-05.(A)...... L, 63-75 2004-05.(H).L, 67-70 (ot) Eastern Illinois (1-0) 2010-11.(N)..... W, 66-58 Eastern Mennonite (2-0) 1985-86.(H)..... W, 69-66 1986-87.(H)..... W, 89-60 Elizabethtown (Pa.) (0-1) 1981-82.(N).L, 66-67 (ot) Elon (24-20) 1972-73.(H)..... W, 57-51 1973-74.(A)...... L, 59-72 1973-74.(H)...... L, 50-64 1974-75.(A)...... L, 55-82 1974-75.(H)...... L, 76-91 1975-76.(N)..... W, 71-60 1975-76.(A)...... L, 72-76 1976-77.(H)..... W, 80-72 1977-78.(A)...... L, 75-77 1979-80.(A)...... L, 56-84 1982-83.(A)...... L, 64-68 1983-84.(A).L, 78-79 (ot) 1984-85.(A)..... W, 74-56 1984-85.(H)..... W, 71-64 1985-86.(H)..... W, 95-60 1985-86.(A)..... W, 55-53 1986-87.(A)...... L, 68-81 1987-88.(H)..... W, 83-80 1989-90.(H)... W, 100-56 1997-98.(H)..... W, 66-53 1998-99.(A)..... W, 83-65 2002-03.(H)..... W, 64-51 2003-04.(A)...... L, 66-77 2003-04.(H)..... W, 69-56 2004-05.(H)..... W, 60-54 2004-05.(A)...... L, 59-65 2005-06.(A)..... W, 56-35 2005-06.(H)..... W, 53-45 2006-07.(H)..... W, 88-40 2006-07.(A)..... W, 57-48 2007-08.(H)..... W, 56-54 2007-08.(A)...... L, 48-59 2008-09.(A)..... W, 45-39 2008-09.(H)...... L, 47-54 2009-10.(H)..... W, 84-70 2009-10.(A)..... W, 77-71 2010-11.(H)...... L, 61-63 2010-11.(A)..... W, 71-66 2011-12.(A)...... L, 57-43 2011-12.(H(...... L, 69-50 2012-13 .(A)...... L, 71-60 2012-13 .(H)...... L, 70-57 2013-14 (H)..... W, 73-62 2013-14 (A)...... L, 80-57


Fairleigh Dickinson (1-0) 1997-98.(H)..... W, 88-64 Ferrum (4-0) 1981-82.(H)..... W, 82-73 1985-86.(H)..... W, 96-76 1996-87.(A)..... W, 97-84 1987-88.(H)... W, 101-42 Florida Gulf Coast (0-1) 2008-09.(H)...... L, 50-66 Florida International (0-1) 2002-03.(H)...... L, 64-71 Florida State (0-4) 1977-78.(N)...... L, 57-65 2012-13.(H)...... L, 93-63 2013-14 (A)...... L, 93-59 Fordham (2-1) 2008-09.(H)..... W, 50-39 2009-10.(A)..... W, 69-63 2013-14 (A)...... L, 79-48 Furman (22-18) 1996-97.(A)...... L, 42-73 1997-98.(H)..... W, 77-74 1997-98.(A)..... W, 78-68 1998-99.(A)..... W, 78-70 1998-99.(H)..... W, 80-65 1999-00.(H).W, 70-69 (ot) 1999-00.(A)...... L, 66-81 1999-00.(N)...... L, 49-68 2000-01.(A)..... W, 62-52 2000-01.(H)..... W, 60-58 2001-02.(H)..... W, 73-64 2001-02.(A)..... W, 66-57 2001-02.(N)..... W, 71-62 2002-03.(A)...... L, 66-74 2002-03.(H)...... L, 49-68 2002-03.(N)...... L, 51-65 2003-04.(H)..... W, 63-60 2003-04.(A)...... L, 42-89 2004-05.(A)...... L, 50-52 2004-05.(H)..... W, 70-65 2005-06.(A)..... W, 69-66 2005-06.(H)..... W, 72-48 2006-07.(H)..... W, 67-53 2006-07.(A)..... W, 65-58 2007-08.(A)..... W, 66-54 2007-08.(H)...... L, 55-59 2008-09.(H).L, 63-66 (ot) 2008-09.(A)..... W, 61-54 2009-10.(A)...... L, 46-61 2009-10.(H)..... W, 60-49 2010-11.(H)..... W, 71-61 2010-11.(A)...... L, 42-67 2011-12.(A)...... L, 53-48 2011-12.(H)...... L, 66-64 2011-12.(N)...... L, 63-58 2012-13.(A)...... L, 67-48 2012-13.(H)..... W, 60-59 2012-13.(N)..... W, 73-68 2013-14 (A)...... L, 73-64 2013-14 (H)...... L, 77-64 Gardner-Webb (1-1) 2012-13.(H)...... W, 55-49 2013-14 (A)........L, 71-60 Georgia Southern (2119) 1997-98.(N)..... W, 91-65 1997-98.(A)...... L, 65-80 1997-98.(H)..... W, 82-67 1997-98.(N)..... W, 75-69 1998-99.(A)...... L, 70-75 1998-99.(H)..... W, 95-75 1999-00.(A)...... L, 69-72 1999-00.(H)..... W, 79-73 2000-01.(A)..... W, 59-45 2000-01.(H)...... L, 66-71 2000-01.(N)..... W, 70-66 2001-02.(H)..... W, 75-57 2001-02.(A)...... L, 72-73 2002-03.(A)..... W, 60-58 2002-03.(H)...... L, 54-64 2003-04.(A)...... L, 43-54 2003-04.(H)..... W, 78-43 2004-05.(H)..... W, 63-49 2004-05.(A)..... W, 77-63 2004-05.(N)...... L, 48-55 2005-06.(A)...... L, 63-74 2005-06.(H)..... W, 72-62 2005-06.(N)..... W, 68-56 2006-07.(H)..... W, 80-55

2006-07.(A)..... W, 68-60 2006-07.(N)...... L, 64-81 2007-08.(H)...... L, 50-63 2007-08.(A)...... L, 57-68 2008-09.(H)..... W, 71-53 2008-09.(A)...... L, 45-53 2009-10.(A)..... W, 45-42 2009-10.(H)...... L, 55-63 2010-11.(H)..... W, 55-51 2010-11.(A)...... L, 67-68 2011-12.(H)..... W, 55-54 2011-12.(A)...... L, 59-47 2012-13.(H)...... L, 63-56 2012-13.(A)...... L, 67-53 2013-14 (A)...... L, 74-71 2013-14 (H)..... W, 76-65 Gettysburg (0-1) 1984-85.(A)...... L, 77-81 Greensboro (19-2) 1979-80.(A)..... W, 72-56 1979-80.(H)..... W, 65-56 1979-80.(N)..... W, 65-56 1980-81.(H)......... W, 2-0 (forfeit) 1980-81.(A)......... W, 2-0 (forfeit) 1981-82.(A)..... W, 80-59 1981-82.(H)..... W, 90-33 1982-83.(H)... W, 102-40 1982-83.(A)..... W, 76-32 1983-84.(A)..... W, 81-50 1983-84.(H)..... W, 80-64 1984-85.(H)..... W, 70-32 1984-85.(A)...... L, 69-76 1984-85.(N)..... W, 68-49 1985-86.(H)..... W, 85-73 1985-86.(A)..... W, 68-56 1986-87.(A)..... W, 71-61 1986-87.(H)..... W, 72-57 1986-87.(N)..... W, 92-56 1987-88.(H)..... W, 84-64 1987-88.(A)...... L, 74-84 Guilford (11-2) 1979-80.(H)..... W, 77-76 1980-81.(A)..... W, 76-65 1981-82.(H)..... W, 94-74 1982-83.(A)..... W, 90-83 1982-83.(H)..... W, 83-64 1983-84.(H)..... W, 85-66 1983-84.(A)..... W, 88-74 1984-85.(A)...... L, 63-66 1984-85.(H)..... W, 87-79 1985-86.(H)...... L, 59-81 1986-87.(A)..... W, 71-66 1987-88.(N)..... W, 66-61 1988-89.(H)..... W, 84-53 Hampton (1-0) 1990-91.(N)..... W, 72-63

2008-09.(N)...... L, 51-95

1994-95.(N)...... L, 68-76 2002-03.(H)..... W, 61-47

Miami (0-1) 2010-11.(A)...... L, 60-78

Luther (Iowa) (1-0) 1987-88.(N)..... W, 55-52

Michigan State (0-1) 1991-92.(H)...... L, 71-90

Kansas State (1-0) 1970-71.(N)..... W, 53-47

Lynchburg (4-0) 1969-70.(H)..... W, 41-33 1969-70.(A)..... W, 61-50 1970-71.(A)..... W, 55-52 1970-71.(H)..... W, 58-35

Middle Tennessee State (0-1) 2000-01.(N)...... L, 66-69

Kean (N.J.) (0-1) 1987-88.(N)...... L, 71-74

Maine (0-1) 2001-02.(N)...... L, 59-62

Kent State (0-1) 1993-94.(A).... L, 68-119

Manhattan (1-0) 2000-01.(H)..... W, 82-62

Knoxville (0-2) 1982-83.(N)...... L, 71-74 1983-84.(N)...... L, 74-82

Marshall (2-0) 1998-99.(H)..... W, 91-75 1999-00.(A)..... W, 71-68

LaSalle (0-1) 2007-08.(N)...... L, 47-63

Mars Hill (5-5) 1969-70.(H)..... W, 45-40 1970-71.(A)...... L, 44-57 1971-72.(H)..... W, 57-47 1972-73.(N)...... L, 54-61 1973-74.(H)..... W, 61-47 1974-75.(A)...... L, 52-57 1975-76.(H)..... W, 68-62 1976-77.(A)...... L, 68-87 1977-78.(H)..... W, 80-73 1978-79.(H)...... L, 61-74

Iowa State (0-1) 1993-94.(H)...... L, 66-72 James Madison (1-1) 1991-92.(H)..... W, 68-65 1992-93.(A)...... L, 45-63

LeMoyne-Owen (1-0) 1984-85.(N)..... W, 84-77 Lenoir-Rhyne (3-1) 1982-83.(A)...... L, 59-67 1983-84.(H)..... W, 90-71 1985-86.(N)..... W, 84-75 1986-87.(N).W, 71-68 (ot) Liberty (14-8) 1986-87.(H)..... W, 87-75 1987-88.(A)...... L, 90-96 1988-89.(A)...... L, 86-95 1991-92.(H)..... W, 79-72 1991-92.(A)..... W, 67-47 1992-93.(A)..... W, 50-48 1992-93.(H)..... W, 77-52 1993-94.(H)...... L, 61-67 1993-94.(A)..... W, 64-59 1994-95.(A)..... W, 67-57 1994-95.(H)..... W, 74-54 1995-96.(H)..... W, 84-63 1995-96.(A)..... W, 76-55 1995-96.(N)..... W, 84-60 1996-97.(H)..... W, 80-64 1996-97.(A)..... W, 86-70 1996-97.(N)...... L, 82-89 2006-07.(N)..... W, 67-59 2007-08.(H)...... L, 44-62 2009-10.(A)...... L, 42-60 2011-12.(H)...... L, 61-46 2012-13.(A)...... L, 76-56 Lincoln Memorial (2-0) 1989-90.(H)..... W, 98-97 1990-91.(A)..... W, 76-74

Mary Washington (4-0) 1983-84.(H)..... W, 76-61 1984-85.(A)..... W, 85-69 1985-86.(H)..... W, 91-63 1986-87.(A)..... W, 81-44 Maryland (1-1) 1998-99.(A)..... W, 63-45 2006-07.(A)...... L, 92-57 UMBC (7-3) 1987-88.(A)...... L, 81-83 1993-94.(H)..... W, 74-56 1993-94.(A)...... L, 51-53 1994-95.(H)...... L, 57-59 1994-95.(A)..... W, 55-50 1995-96.(H)..... W, 68-50 1995-96.(A)..... W, 49-45 1996-97.(A)..... W, 71-51 1996-97.(H)..... W, 76-52 1996-97.(N)..... W, 68-50 Maryland-Eastern Shore (2-0) 1991-92.(H)..... W, 80-61 1995-96.(N)..... W, 76-39

Livingstone (1-0) 1971-72.(H)..... W, 67-24

Massachusetts (1-1) 1991-92.(N)..... W, 72-59 2003-04.(A)...... L, 49-63

Lock Haven (Pa.) (1-0) 1990-91.(N)..... W, 71-66

Mercer (0-1) 1978-79.(H)...... L, 55-94 Meredith (4-0) 1979-80.(A)..... W, 84-57 1979-80.(H)..... W, 66-52 1980-81.(A)..... W, 60-45 1980-81.(H)..... W, 68-50

Illinois (0-1) 1995-96.(N)...... L, 71-88

Longwood (15-11) 1972-73.(A)..... W, 59-52 1973-74.(H)..... W, 51-36 1974-75.(A)..... W, 70-50 1975-76.(H)...... L, 57-75 1976-77.(A)...... L, 66-67 1977-78.(H)...... L, 64-75 1978-79.(H)...... L, 68-74 1978-79.(A)...... L, 50-69 1979-80.(H)...... L, 68-85 1980-81.(H)...... L, 51-68 1980-81.(A)...... L, 50-72 1981-82.(A)..... W, 74-67 1982-83.(H)..... W, 63-47 1983-84.(A)..... W, 66-64 1984-85.(H)...... L, 76-97 1987-88.(H)..... W, 78-77 1987-88.(A)..... W, 74-71 1988-89.(A)..... W, 82-58 1988-89.(H)..... W, 86-72 1989-90.(H)..... W, 96-70 1989-90.(A)..... W, 89-79 1990-91.(H)..... W, 95-49 1990-91.(A)... W, 101-82 2005-06.(H)...... L, 66-69 2006-07.(H)..... W, 81-50 2007-08.(A)...... L, 53-62

Illinois State (1-1) 1970-71.(N)..... W, 63-39

Loyola (Md.) (2-1) 1991-92.(N)..... W, 93-71

Hartford (1-0) 1995-96.(H)..... W, 83-75 High Point (11-11) 1969-70.(H)..... W, 56-37 1969-70.(A)..... W, 41-37 1970-71.(A)...... L, 32-47 1970-71.(H)..... W, 42-36 1972-73.(H)..... W, 52-26 1972-73.(A)..... W, 55-45 1972-73.(N)...... L, 44-51 1973-74.(H)..... W, 58-44 1974-75.(A)..... W, 68-57 1975-76.(H)...... L, 73-97 1975-76.(A)...... L, 72-97 1976-77.(A)...... L, 47-86 1977-78.(H)...... L, 58-90 1986-87.(H)...... L, 73-96 2004-05.(H)..... W, 70-53 2005-06.(A).L, 63-65 (ot) 2006-07.(H)..... W, 63-53 2007-08.(A)..... W, 74-64 2008-09.(H)..... W, 74-69 2009-10.(A)...... L, 63-75 2010-11.(H)...... L, 60-79 2013-14 (H)..... W, 81-76 Holy Cross (1-0) 1994-95.(H)..... W, 86-78

Mesa (Colo.) (1-0) 1982-83.(N)..... W, 71-62 Methodist (19-1) 1979-80.(A)..... W, 87-60 1979-80.(H)..... W, 75-62 1979-80.(N)...... L, 78-85 1980-81.(A)..... W, 76-65 1980-81.(H)..... W, 71-57 1980-81.(N)..... W, 83-60 1981-82.(H)... W, 110-42 1981-82.(A)... W, 103-52 1982-83.(A)..... W, 97-54 1982-83.(H)... W, 103-38 1983-84.(H)... W, 116-51 1983-84.(A)..... W, 94-59 1984-85.(A)..... W, 90-60 1984-85.(H)..... W, 71-44 1985-86.(H)..... W, 76-60 1985-86.(A)..... W, 76-73 1986-87.(A)..... W, 84-52 1986-87.(H)... W, 102-60 1987-88.(H)..... W, 99-54 1987-88.(A)..... W, 85-66

Mississippi (0-1) 1990-91.(N)...... L, 58-90 Mississippi State (0-1) 1970-71.(N)...... L, 43-66 Missouri-Rolla (1-0) 1989-90.(N)..... W, 66-53 Montana (0-1) 1997-98.(N)...... L, 48-70 Montana State (0-2) 1994-95.(H)...... L, 56-90 1996-97.(A)...... L, 60-68 Morehead State (0-1) 1992-93.(N)...... L, 61-72 Morgan State (3-0) 1990-91.(N)..... W, 61-55 2009-10.(H)..... W, 85-68 2010-11.(A)..... W, 66-47 Muhlenburg (Pa.) (1-0) 1987-88.(N)..... W, 81-39 Navy (1-0) 1988-89.(A)..... W, 73-66 Norfolk State (2-2) 1990-91.(H)...... L, 73-75 1990-91.(A)...... L, 62-72 2012-13.(H)..... W, 71-63 2013-14 (A)..... W, 73-66 North Carolina A&T (13-5) 1977-78.(A).W, 69-68 (ot) 1978-79.(H)...... L, 63-67 1987-88.(A)...... L, 60-79 1988-89.(H)..... W, 80-56 1988-89.(A)...... L, 65-67 1989-90.(H)..... W, 80-66 1989-90.(A)...... L, 54-67 1990-91.(H).L, 64-65 (ot) 1992-93.(N)..... W, 64-48 1993-94.(N)..... W, 86-84 1994-95.(N)..... W, 79-69 1995-96.(N)..... W, 69-57 1996-97.(N)..... W, 63-54 1997-98.(N)..... W, 79-52 1998-99.(N)..... W, 58-52 1999-00.(N)..... W, 74-38 2000-01.(N)..... W, 85-57 2001-02.(N)..... W, 88-45 North Carolina Central (5-0) 1988-89.(H)..... W, 89-71 1989-90.(A)..... W, 80-66 2009-10.(H)..... W, 70-57 2011-12.(A)...... W, 70-53 2012-13.(H)...... W, 49-39 NC State (1-12) 1972-73.(H)..... W, 75-52 1975-76.(H)...... L, 71-80 1976-77.(H)...... L, 61-84 1976-77.(A)...... L, 49-81 1977-78.(A)...... L, 41-98 1977-78.(H)...... L, 50-77 1978-79.(H).... L, 39-116 1978-79.(A).... L, 34-111 1978-79.(N).... L, 47-131 1997-98.(A)...... L, 61-85 1999-00.(A)...... L, 58-75 2005-06.(A)...... L, 46-76 2007-08.(A)...... L, 29-74 North Carolina Wesleyan (19-1) 1979-80.(A)..... W, 73-71 1979-80.(H)..... W, 78-62 1980-81.(A)...... L, 76-82 1980-81.(H)... W, 102-82 1981-82.(H)..... W, 71-68 1981-82.(A)..... W, 79-70 1981-82.(N)..... W, 69-66

1982-83.(A)..... W, 78-60 1982-83.(H)..... W, 84-61 1983-84.(H)..... W, 78-72 1983-84.(A)..... W, 98-93 1984-85.(A)..... W, 79-65 1984-85.(H)... W, 106-88 1985-86.(H)..... W, 85-82 1985-86.(A)..... W, 86-59 1986-87.(H)..... W, 89-74 1986-87.(A)..... W, 95-80 1987-88.(A)..... W, 90-82 1987-88.(H)... W, 121-89 1987-88.(N)... W, 103-64 North Carolina (5-11) 1970-71.(A)..... W, 58-42 1970-71.(H)..... W, 46-41 1971-72.(A)..... W, 52-38 1972-73.(H)..... W, 59-55 1973-74.(A)...... L, 44-54 1973-74.(H)..... W, 66-64 1974-75.(H)...... L, 57-71 1975-76.(A)...... L, 45-66 1976-77.(H)...... L, 75-95 1976-77.(A)...... L, 45-74 1977-78.(H)...... L, 69-76 1977-78.(A)...... L, 68-92 1978-79.(H)...... L, 40-99 1978-79.(A)...... L, 57-99 2006-07.(A).... L, 48-103 2011-12.(A)...... L, 91-35 UNC Asheville (14-2) 1991-92.(A)..... W, 85-72 1991-92.(H)..... W, 86-74 1992-93.(H)..... W, 81-67 1992-93.(A)..... W, 80-41 1993-94.(A)..... W, 86-69 1993-94.(H)..... W, 90-54 1993-94.(N)..... W, 77-74 1994-95.(A)..... W, 67-61 1994-95.(H)..... W, 86-72 1995-96.(H)..... W, 73-54 1995-96.(A)...... L, 53-71 1996-97.(A)..... W, 76-72 1996-97.(H)..... W, 70-52 1997-98.(A)..... W, 78-61 1998-99.(H)..... W, 69-53 2007-08.(H)...... L, 70-77 UNC Pembroke (4-2) 1978-79.(A)...... L, 56-89 1988-89.(H)..... W, 89-76 1988-89.(A)...... L, 77-92 1989-90.(A)..... W, 76-66 1989-90.(H)..... W, 93-62 1990-91.(H)..... W, 77-68 UNC Wilmington (10-6) 1982-83.(H)...... L, 67-84 1983-84.(A).... L, 69-100 1988-89.(H)..... W, 86-76 1988-89.(A)..... W, 92-89 1989-90.(H)..... W, 97-87 1990-91.(A)...... L, 70-86 1991-92.(A)..... W, 96-61 1991-92.(H)..... W, 85-82 1992-93.(H)..... W, 72-54 1992-93.(A)..... W, 70-56 1993-94.(H)..... W, 77-54 2004-05.(H)..... W, 79-68 2005-06.(A)...... L, 54-65 2006-07.(H)..... W, 74-46 2008-09.(A)...... L, 50-53 2010-11.(H)...... L, 58-62 Ohio (1-0) 2005-06.(H)..... W, 69-52 Ohio State (0-1) 2009-10.(A)...... L, 56-89 Penn (0-1) 2011-12.(N)........L, 47-36 Pfeiffer (3-1) 1980-81.(H)...... L, 55-74 1981-82.(A)..... W, 80-74 1982-83.(H)..... W, 81-52 1988-89.(H)..... W, 96-61 Pittsburgh (0-1) 2004-05.(H)...... L, 55-62 Pitt-Johnstown (1-1) 1990-91.(A)...... L, 93-87 1990-91.(H)..... W, 80-73


Pomona-Pitzer (Calif.) (1-0) 1981-82.(N)..... W, 77-66 Providence (1-1) 1994-95.(N).. L, 100-105 2006-07.(H)..... W, 72-68 Radford (11-7) 1975-76.(N)..... W, 68-54 1992-93.(H)..... W, 74-57 1992-93.(A)...... L, 57-62 1993-94.(H)..... W, 78-61 1993-94.(A)...... L, 69-71 1993-94.(N)...... L, 78-83 1994-95.(A)..... W, 71-57 1994-95.(H)..... W, 79-71 1994-95.(N)...... L, 63-68 1995-96.(H)..... W, 94-79 1995-96.(A)..... W, 71-64 1996-97.(H)... W, 103-62 1996-97.(A)... W, 101-68 1996-97.(N)..... W, 83-70 1998-99.(N)...... L, 64-68 2010-11.(H)..... W, 73-58 2011-12.(A)...... L, 75-67 2012-13.(H)...... L, 76-64 Randolph-Macon (1-0) 1988-89.(A)..... W, 87-71 Rhode Island (1-0) 1996-97.(N)..... W, 87-63 Rice (0-2) 2000-01.(H)...... L, 46-50 2001-02.(A)...... L, 47-61 Richmond (0-3) 1983-84.(A)...... L, 72-82 2011-12.(A)...... L, 75-60 2012-13.(H).... L, 104-69 Roanoke (4-0) 1979-80.(A)..... W, 87-80 1984-85.(H)..... W, 93-79 1985-86.(A)..... W, 76-61 1986-87.(H)..... W, 81-49 Rust (Miss.) (2-2) 1982-83.(N)..... W, 68-61 1984-85.(A)...... L, 66-70 1985-86.(N)...... L, 61-99 1987-88.(N)..... W, 66-64

1999-00.(N)..... W, 65-57 2013-14 (H)...... L, 58-46 Saint Francis (Pa.) (0-1) 2003-04.(H)...... L, 55-80 Saint Mary’s (Calif.) (0-1) 1999-00.(A)...... L, 56-69 Samford (4-9) 2008-09.(A)...... L, 41-44 2008-09.(H)..... W, 49-37 2008-09.(N)...... L, 49-58 2009-10.(H)..... W, 55-47 2009-10.(A)...... L, 51-54 2010-11.(A)...... L, 46-66 2010-11.(H)...... L, 52-59 2011-12.(H)..... W, 61-53 2011-12.(A)...... L, 83-40 2012-13.(H)...... L, 60-46 2012-13.(A)..... W, 52-51 2013-14 (H)...... L, 65-52 2013-14 (A)...... L, 68-57 San Diego State (0-1) 2011-12.(A)....... L, 57-29 South Carolina (4-2) 1970-71.(N)..... W, 58-51 1971-72.(N)..... W, 54-38 1972-73.(N)..... W, 67-60 1974-75.(H)...... L, 54-70 1974-75.(A)...... L, 66-71 1974-75.(N)..... W, 86-84 South Carolina State (2-0) 1996-97.(H)..... W, 99-42 2013-14 (H)..... W, 72-63 USC Spartanburg (2-1) 1989-90.(H)...... L, 56-66 1990-91.(H)..... W, 73-69 1990-91.(A)..... W, 72-66 South Alabama (0-2) 1992-93.(N)...... L, 70-73 1992-93.(N)...... L, 62-66 South Florida (1-2) 1988-89.(A)...... L, 66-96 1991-92.(H)...... L, 71-84 1992-93.(A)..... W, 74-67

St. Andrews (18-4) 1979-80.(A)..... W, 88-79 1979-80.(H)..... W, 59-57 1979-80.(N)..... W, 86-79 1980-81.(A)...... L, 57-73 1980-81.(H)..... W, 71-54 1980-81.(N)...... L, 74-93 1981-82.(A)..... W, 86-82 1981-82.(H)..... W, 74-67 1981-82.(N)..... W, 91-71 1981-82.(N)..... W, 71-63 1982-83.(H)..... W, 90-67 1982-83.(A)...... L, 74-77 1982-83.(N)..... W, 75-47 1983-84.(A)...... L, 67-72 1983-84.(H)..... W, 93-80 1983-84.(N)..... W, 91-67 1985-86.(H)..... W, 73-44 1985-86.(A)..... W, 90-49 1986-87.(H)... W, 103-46 1986-87.(A)... W, 100-51 1987-88.(A)..... W, 80-63 1987-88.(H)..... W, 94-59

Southern Connecticut State (0-1) 1970-71.(N)...... L, 47-54

St. Augustine’s (3-1) 1988-89.(H)..... W, 83-82 1988-89.(A)...... L, 67-72 1989-90.(H)... W, 105-91 1990-91.(A)..... W, 92-81

Temple (0-1) 1993-94.(H).L, 72-77 (ot)

St. Bonaventure (1-1)

Southern Maine (1-0) 1987-88.(N)..... W, 68-66 SMU (0-1) 2002-03.(N)...... L, 49-62 Southwest Texas State (0-2) 1992-93.(A)...... L, 56-80 1993-94.(H)...... L, 48-64 Stetson (1-0) 1992-93.(H)..... W, 69-62 Susquehanna (1-0) 1981-82.(H)..... W, 74-66 Tampa (1-0) 1988-89.(A)..... W, 89-63

Tennessee (3-0) 1969-70.(N)..... W, 53-47 1971-72.(N)..... W, 51-36 1975-76.(N)..... W, 81-79

Tennessee-Martin (0-1) 1971-72.(N)...... L, 50-54 Towson (5-3) 1988-89.(A)..... W, 90-87 1992-93.(N)..... W, 81-69 1993-94.(H)..... W, 70-48 1993-94.(A)...... L, 63-76 1993-94.(N)..... W, 74-69 1994-95.(H)..... W, 71-58 1994-95.(A)...... L, 70-72 (3ot) 1998-99.(N)...... L, 76-77 Trenton State (N.J.) (1-0) 1985-86.(H)..... W, 76-68 Tulane (0-3) 1995-96.(H)...... L, 69-71 1996-97.(A)...... L, 46-89 2002-03.(A)...... L, 43-63 Tulsa (0-1) 2013-14 (N)....... L, 76-71 UAB (0-2) 2011-12.(H)....... L, 72-42 2012-13.(A)....... L, 80-62 UCLA (0-1) 1994-95.(N)...... L, 70-72 Virginia (0-3) 1981-82.(H)...... L, 39-78 1982-83.(A)...... L, 50-92 2003-04.(A)...... L, 44-71 VCU (1-1) 1983-84.(H)..... W, 83-69 2013-14 (H)...... L, 95-72 Virginia State (1-1) 1990-91.(H)..... W, 91-61 1990-91.(A)...... L, 69-81 Virginia Tech (1-7) 1991-92.(A)...... L, 65-84 1992-93.(H)..... W, 63-54 1996-97.(A)...... L, 86-89 1997-98.(H)...... L, 74-88 2001-02.(A)...... L, 46-51 2002-03.(A)...... L, 46-54 2006-07.(N)...... L, 45-56 2008-09.(A)...... L, 53-59 Virginia Wesleyan (16-2) 1981-82.(H)..... W, 83-58 1981-82.(A)..... W, 68-55 1982-83.(A)..... W, 73-53 1982-83.(H)..... W, 81-60 1983-84.(H)...... L, 68-76 1983-84.(A).... L, 93-100 (ot) 1983-84.(N)..... W, 85-80 1983-84.(N)..... W, 70-69 1984-85.(A)..... W, 83-59 1984-85.(H)..... W, 94-69 1985-86.(H)..... W, 87-77 1985-86.(A)..... W, 61-58 1985-86.(A)..... W, 84-75 1986-87.(A)..... W, 78-65 1986-87.(H)..... W, 84-57 1987-88.(H)..... W, 89-66 1987-88.(A)..... W, 80-78 1987-88.(N)..... W, 75-72 Wake Forest (6-7) 1969-70.(A)..... W, 34-26 1969-70.(H)..... W, 50-21 1973-74.(A)...... L, 60-62 1974-75.(H)..... W, 77-61 1975-76.(A)...... L, 67-69 1976-77.(H)..... W, 65-59 1977-78.(H)..... W, 86-52 1978-79.(A)...... L, 76-84

1980-81.(A)...... L, 56-92 1994-95.(A)...... L, 67-71 1995-96.(N)...... L, 55-97 2005-06.(A)..... W, 70-64 2008-09.(A)...... L, 27-62 Warren Wilson (1-0) 1979-80.(H)..... W, 73-49 Washington (1-0) 1999-00.(N)..... W, 67-57 West Texas State (0-1) 1989-90.(N)...... L, 75-83 West Virginia (1-1) 2004-05.(A)...... L, 39-67 2005-06.(H)..... W, 72-70 Western Carolina (2533) 1969-70.(H)...... L, 39-52 1970-71.(N)...... L, 66-74 1970-71.(N)...... L, 51-62 1971-72.(A)...... L, 47-53 1971-72.(N)..... W, 57-52 1972-73.(A)..... W, 41-31 1973-74.(H)...... L, 65-69 1973-74.(N)...... L, 52-53 1974-75.(N)..... W, 76-73 1974-75.(N)...... L, 66-82 1975-76.(H)...... L, 60-82 1975-76.(N)...... L, 61-75 1976-77.(A)...... L, 60-68 1976-77.(N)...... L, 58-67 1977-78.(A)...... L, 59-91 1978-79.(A)...... L, 62-83 1983-84.(H)..... W, 75-50 1990-91.(A)..... W, 84-71 1991-92.(A)..... W, 87-79 1991-92.(H)..... W, 74-60 1994-95.(H)..... W, 78-66 1997-98.(A)..... W, 81-61 1997-98.(H)..... W, 90-48 1997-98.(N)..... W, 86-54 1998-99.(H)..... W, 74-56 1998-99.(A)...... L, 63-75 1999-00.(A)..... W, 85-51 1999-00.(H)..... W, 78-65 2000-01.(H)..... W, 67-60 2000-01.(A)..... W, 71-45 2001-02.(H)..... W, 74-70 2001-02.(A)...... L, 67-69 2002-03.(A)...... L, 74-82 2002-03.(H)...... L, 54-64 2003-04.(H)..... W, 66-53 2003-04.(A)...... L, 44-66 2004-05.(A)..... W, 72-58 2004-05.(H)...... L, 51-55 2005-06.(A)..... W, 69-60 2005-06.(H)..... W, 72-57 2006-07.(H)...... L, 53-52 2006-07.(A)...... L, 67-73 2007-08.(A)...... L, 53-66 2007-08.(H)...... L, 55-63 2008-09.(A)...... L, 49-57 2008-09.(H).L, 58-66 (ot) 2009-10.(H)..... W, 75-61 2009-10.(A)...... L, 42-57 2009-10.(N)..... W, 57-55 2010-11.(A)..... W, 56-50 2010-11.(H)..... W, 57-53 2011-12.(A)...... L, 62-29 2011-12.(H)...... L, 46-35 2012-13.(A)...... L, 47-44 2012-13.(H)...... L, 60-49 2013-14 (H)...... L, 60-49 2013-14 (A)...... L, 77-64 2013-14 (N)...... L, 77-60 William & Mary (3-0) 1982-83.(H)..... W, 89-60 1983-84.(A)..... W, 61-56 (ot) 1988-89.(A)..... W, 73-59

Wingate (1-1) 1979-80.(H)..... W, 88-70 1980-81.(A)...... L, 48-76 Winthrop (19-11) 1969-70.(H)..... W, 50-46 1970-71.(H)..... W, 40-35 1970-71.(A)...... L, 47-52 1971-72.(H)...... L, 45-57 1972-73.(A)..... W, 52-40 1972-73.(A)...... L, 42-61 1972-73.(H)..... W, 48-43 1973-74.(H)..... W, 55-38 1974-75.(A)...... L, 52-64 1974-75.(A)..... W, 79-70 1975-76.(H)...... L, 69-74 1976-77.(A).... L, 77-101 1976-77.(A)...... L, 74-81 1977-78.(H)...... L, 64-69 1978-79.(A).... L, 58-102 1988-89.(H)..... W, 87-65 1989-90.(A)..... W, 73-63 1990-91.(H)..... W, 95-79 1991-92.(A)..... W, 84-81 1992-93.(H)..... W, 88-48 1993-94.(A)..... W, 68-58 1993-94.(H)..... W, 84-67 1994-95.(H)..... W, 83-76 1994-95.(A)..... W, 68-60 1995-96.(H)..... W, 96-57 1995-96.(A)..... W, 86-85 (ot) 1995-96.(N)...... L, 69-72 1996-97.(A)...... L, 68-74 1996-97.(H)..... W, 90-65 2004-05.(H)..... W, 62-52 Wofford (31-8) 1990-91.(A)..... W, 97-56 1990-91.(H)..... W, 95-50 1997-98.(A)..... W, 93-86 (ot) 1997-98.(H)..... W, 74-53 1998-99.(H)..... W, 90-59 1998-99.(A)..... W, 66-63 1998-99.(N)..... W, 95-58 1999-00.(A)..... W, 60-50 1999-00.(H)..... W, 64-61 2000-01.(H)..... W, 77-50 2000-01.(A)..... W, 61-47 2001-02.(H)..... W, 81-75 2001-02.(A)..... W, 67-61 2002-03.(A)...... L, 50-61 2002-03.(H)..... W, 76-43 2003-04.(H)..... W, 62-50 2003-04.(A)..... W, 59-53 2004-05.(A)..... W, 69-52 2004-05.(H)..... W, 70-55 2005-06.(H)..... W, 84-64 2005-06.(A)..... W, 67-55 2006-07.(A)..... W, 62-54 2006-07.(H)..... W, 71-66 (ot) 2007-08.(A)...... L, 44-58 2007-08.(H)..... W, 66-63 2008-09.(H)..... W, 68-56 2008-09.(A)..... W, 74-62 2008-09.(N)..... W, 83-64 2009-10.(A)...... L, 60-61 2009-10.(H)...... L, 55-57 2010-11.(H)..... W, 80-67 2010-11.(A)..... W, 60-51 2010-11.(N)...... L, 64-69 2011-12.(A)...... L, 62-47 2011-12.(H)...... L, 65-57 2012-13.(A)..... W, 87-75 2012-13.(H)..... W, 68-50 2013-14 (A).L, 76-70 (ot) 2013-14 (H)..... W, 87-79


SEASON BY SEASON RESULTS 1969-70 Overall Record: 9-2 Head Coach: June Galloway .............LYNCHBURG..........................W, 41-33 2/3........at Wake Forest...........................W, 34-26 2/10......HIGH POINT...........................W, 56-37 2/12......WINTHROP.............................W, 50-46 2/20......vs. Tennessee *..........................W, 53-47 2/21......vs. ETSU *.................................. L, 39-37 3/3........at Lynchburg.............................W, 61-50 3/6........WESTERN CAROLINA........... L, 52-39 .............MARS HILL..............................W, 45-40 3/10......WAKE FOREST........................W, 50-21 3/12......at High Point.............................W, 41-37 * Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) 1970-71 Overall Record: 12-8 Head Coach: June Galloway NWIT Fourth Place 1/12......AVERETT.................................W, 42-37 1/14......EAST CAROLINA.................... L, 52-43 1/16......at Lynchburg.............................W, 55-52 2/2........at High Point.............................. L, 47-32 2/4........WINTHROP.............................W, 40-35 2/9........at Averett...................................W, 53-49 2/11......at North Carolina.....................W, 58-42 2/16......LYNCHBRUG..........................W, 58-35 2/19......vs. ETSU *.................................W, 65-43 2/20......vs. South Carolina *.................W, 58-51 2/20......vs. Western Carolina *.............. L, 74-66 3/2........HIGH POINT...........................W, 42-36 3/5........vs. Western Carolina #.............. L, 62-51 3/6........at Mars Hill................................. L, 57-44 3/9........NORTH CAROLINA..............W, 46-41 3/11......at Winthrop................................ L, 52-47 3/24......vs. Illinois State %.....................W, 63-39 3/25......vs. Kansas State %.....................W, 53-47 3/26......vs. Mississippi State %............... L, 66-43 3/27......vs. So. Connecticut State %...... L, 54-47 * Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) # at Mars Hill, N.C. % National Invitational Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Intercollegaite Tournament (Cullowhee, N.C.) 1971-72 Overall Record: 17-4 Head Coach: June Galloway 1/6........CATAWBA................................W, 50-29 1/11......at Averett...................................W, 59-31 2/1........at North Carolina.....................W, 52-38 2/3........WINTHROP.............................. L, 57-45 2/8........AVERETT.................................W, 53-30 2/10......at Duke.......................................W, 55-41 2/15......LIVINGSTONE........................W, 67-24 2/16......APPALACHIAN STATE.........W, 50-46 2/18......vs. ETSU *.................................W, 79-50 2/19......vs. Appalachian State *............W, 52-35 2/19......vs. Tennessee *..........................W, 51-36 2/22......at East Carolina.......................... L, 48-47 2/25......WESTERN CAROLINA........... L, 53-47 2/26......MARS HILL..............................W, 57-47

2/29......BENNETT.................................W, 60-21 3/3........CAMPBELL..............................W, 56-35 3/4........vs. Catawba #............................W, 56-41 3/4........vs. Western Carolina #.............W, 57-52 3/7........DUKE........................................W, 40-36 3/10......vs. South Carolina %................W, 54-38 3/10......vs. Tennessee-Martin %............ L, 54-50 * Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) # at High Point, N.C. % AIAW Regionals (Boone, N.C.) 1972-73 Overall Record: 14-4 Head Coach: Marilyn Gibbs 1/13......at Longwood.............................W, 59-52 1/19......HIGH POINT...........................W, 52-26 1/23......at Winthrop...............................W, 52-40 1/25......NORTH CAROLINA..............W, 59-55 1/30......at Appalachian State.................W, 62-57 2/1........at Catawba.................................W, 53-44 2/3........ELON.........................................W, 57-51 2/6........EAST CAROLINA.................... L, 69-55 2/9........at Western Carolina.................W, 41-31 2/10......vs. Mars Hill *............................ L, 61-54 2/13......APPALACHIAN STATE.........W, 49-44 2/14......at High Point.............................W, 55-45 2/16......at Winthrop #............................. L, 61-42 2/17......vs. ETSU #.................................W, 54-46 2/17......vs. South Carolina #.................W, 67-60 2/20......WINTHROP.............................W, 48-43 2/23......NC STATE.................................W, 75-52 3/2........vs. High Point %........................ L, 51-44 * at Cullowhee, N.C. # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Elon, N.C.) 1973-74 Overall Record: 9-7 Head Coach: Marilyn Gibbs 1/19......LONGWOOD...........................W, 51-36 1/24......HIGH POINT...........................W, 58-44 1/26......at East Carolina.........................W, 52-45 1/29......at North Carolina...................... L, 54-44 2/1........WESTERN CAROLINA........... L, 69-65 2/2........MARS HILL..............................W, 61-47 2/5........at Elon......................................... L, 72-59 2/7........APPALACHIAN STATE.........W, 53-52 2/9........WINTHROP.............................W, 55-38 2/12......at Wake Forest............................ L, 62-60 2/15......vs. Appalachian State *............. L, 59-51 2/16......vs. ETSU *.................................W, 60-54 2/16......vs. Western Carolina *.............. L, 53-52 2/22......EAST CAROLINA #................W, 63-50 2/22......ELON #....................................... L, 64-50 2/23......NORTH CAROLINA #...........W, 66-64 1974-75 Overall Record: 8-11 Head Coach: Marilyn Gibbs 1/18......at Longwood.............................W, 70-50 1/21......at High Point.............................W, 68-57 1/23......at Winthrop................................ L, 64-52

1/24......SOUTH CAROLINA................ L, 70-54 1/28......at Elon......................................... L, 82-55 1/31......vs. South Carolina *.................. L, 71-66 2/1........vs. East Carolina *..................... L, 68-61 2/4........EAST CAROLINA.................... L, 63-62 2/7........at Mars Hill................................. L, 57-52 2/8........vs. Western Carolina #.............W, 76-73 2/11......NORTH CAROLINA............... L, 71-57 2/14......vs. South Carolina %................W, 86-84 2/14......vs. Winthrop %.........................W, 79-70 2/15......vs. College of Charleston %...... L, 80-64 2/18......at Appalachian State.................W, 76-70 2/20......ELON.......................................... L, 91-76 2/22......APPALACHIAN STATE.........W, 74-67 2/24......WAKE FOREST........................W, 77-61 2/27......vs. Western Carolina ^.............. L, 82-66 * Elon Tournament (Elon, N.C.) # at Mars Hill, N.C. % Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) ^ NCAIAW Tournament (Boone, N.C.) 1975-76 Overall Record: 4-15 Head Coach: Marilyn Gibbs 1/10......at High Point.............................. L, 97-73 1/17......LONGWOOD............................ L, 75-57 1/22......NC STATE.................................. L, 80-71 1/26......HIGH POINT............................ L, 97-72 1/28......APPALACHIAN STATE.......... L, 68-54 1/30......vs. Radford *..............................W, 68-54 1/30......at Elon *.....................................W, 71-60 1/31......vs. East Carolina *..................... L, 69-57 2/3........at East Carolina.......................... L, 86-68 2/6........WESTERN CAROLINA........... L, 82-60 2/7........MARS HILL..............................W, 68-62 2/12......at Wake Forest............................ L, 69-67 2/13......vs. Tennessee # (OT)................W, 81-79 2/13......vs. Appalachian State #............. L, 66-58 2/17......at North Carolina...................... L, 66-45 2/19......WINTHROP.............................. L, 74-69 2/24......at Elon......................................... L, 76-72 3/1........at Appalachian State.................. L, 75-66 3/4........vs. Western Carolina %............. L, 75-61 * Elon Tournament (Elon, N.C.) # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1976-77 Overall Record: 3-16 (1-7 NCAIAW) Head Coach: Marilyn Gibbs 12/10....at Appalachian State *............... L, 81-68 1/13......ETSU........................................... L, 93-92 1/15......at Longwood.............................. L, 67-66 1/18......at East Carolina *......................W, 92-86 1/20......NORTH CAROLINA *............. L, 95-75 1/22......at Winthrop.............................. L, 101-77 1/25......at High Point.............................. L, 86-47 1/28......EAST CAROLINA *................. L, 77-65 1/29......No. 14 NC STATE *................... L, 84-61 2/1........at North Carolina *................... L, 74-45 2/4........at Western Carolina.................. L, 68-60 2/5........at Mars Hill................................. L, 87-68 2/10......ELON.........................................W, 80-72


2/12......APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 66-54 2/15......at No. 9 NC State *..................... L, 81-49 2/18......at Winthrop #............................. L, 81-74 2/18......vs. Western Carolina #.............. L, 67-58 2/21......WAKE FOREST........................W, 65-59 2/24......vs. East Carolina %.................... L, 73-71 * NCAIAW Division I games # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.) 1977-78 Overall Record: 6-16 (2-8 NCAIAW) Head Coach: Jan Donohue 11/29....at Elon......................................... L, 77-75 12/1......at Duke *....................................W, 82-55 .............LONGWOOD............................ L, 75-64 12/5......at No. 6 NC State....................... L, 98-41 12/11....WAKE FOREST........................W, 86-52 1/17......HIGH POINT............................ L, 90-58 1/22......EAST CAROLINA *................. L, 75-48 1/23......at Appalachian State *............... L, 83-74 1/26......DUKE *......................................W, 81-63 1/28......at Charlotte................................W, 66-55 1/31......No. 2 NC STATE *..................... L, 77-50 2/3........at Western Carolina.................. L, 91-59 2/6........MARS HILL..............................W, 80-73 2/7........at North Carolina A&T (OT).W, 69-68 2/9........vs. Florida State #....................... L, 65-57 2/10......vs. East Carolina #..................... L, 79-55 2/14......NORTH CAROLINA *............. L, 76-69 2/17......WINTHROP.............................. L, 69-64 2/20......at East Carolina *....................... L, 87-57 2/23......APPALACHIAN STATE * (OT).........L, 84-78 2/25......at North Carolina *................... L, 92-68 3/2........vs. Appalachian State % (OT).. L, 80-76 * NCAIAW Division I games # Winthrop Tournament (Rock Hill, S.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Greenville, N.C.) 1978-79 Overall Record: 1-20 (0-12 NCAIAW) Head Coach: Ditty Speeler 11/15....LONGWOOD............................ L, 74-68 11/28....No. 4 NC STATE *................... L, 116-39 12/2......at Longwood.............................. L, 69-50 12/9......EAST CAROLINA *............... L, 100-55 1/12......MARS HILL............................... L, 74-61 1/16......DUKE *....................................... L, 65-51 1/17......DAVIDSON..............................W, 58-52 1/19......at Appalachian State *............... L, 91-49 1/20......at Western Carolina *................ L, 83-62 1/22......NORTH CAROLINA............... L, 99-40 1/25......MERCER.................................... L, 94-55 1/27......at Winthrop.............................. L, 102-58 1/29......at East Carolina *..................... L, 109-43 1/31......at Duke *..................................... L, 64-52 2/2........UNC PEMBROKE.................... L, 89-56 2/5........at No. 6 NC State *................... L, 111-34 .............at Davidson................................ L, 67-44 2/12......at Wake Forest *......................... L, 84-76 2/15......at North Carolina *................... L, 99-57 2/17......NORTH CAROLINA A&T...... L, 67-63 2/22......vs. No. 9 NC State #................. L, 131-47 * NCAIAW Division I game # NCAIAW Tournament (Boone, N.C.)

1979-80 Overall Record: 20-5 (11-1 NCAIAW) Head Coach: Ditty Speeler/Jim Swiggett 11/27....WINGATE................................W, 88-70 11/30....at Methodist *...........................W, 87-60 12/1......at Meredith................................W, 84-57 12/4......at Elon......................................... L, 84-56 12/6......at St. Andrew’s *........................W, 88-79 12/8......LONGWOOD............................ L, 85-68 12/10....at Greensboro *.........................W, 72-56 12/15....CATAWBA................................W, 80-57 1/10......at Roanoke.................................W, 87-80 1/12......WARREN WILSON.................W, 73-49 1/14......ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 59-57 1/19......BENNETT *............................... L, 77-69 1/24......MEREDITH..............................W, 66-52 1/26......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 73-71 1/29......at Davidson *.............................W, 69-50 1/31......GUILFORD...............................W, 77-76 2/2........at Bennett *................................W, 84-73 2/5........DAVIDSON *............................W, 74-60 2/7........N.C. WESLEYAN *..................W, 78-62 2/11......DUKE......................................... L, 82-74 2/14......GREENSBORO *......................W, 65-56 2/16......METHODIST *.........................W, 75-62 2/19......GREENSBORO #.....................W, 65-56 2/22......ST. ANDREW’S #.....................W, 86-79 2/23......METHODIST #......................... L, 85-78 * NCAIAW Division III games # NCAIAW Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) (Jim Swiggett coached last 17 games) 1980-81 Overall Record: 9-14 (6-4 NCAIAW) Head Coach: Robin Joseph 11/22....at Wingate.................................. L, 76-48 12/3......at St. Andrew’s *......................... L, 73-57 12/6......at Meredith................................W, 60-45 12/10....at Appalachian State.................. L, 75-56 12/12....GREENSBORO #......................... W, 2-0 1/10......LONGWOOD............................ L, 68-51 1/12......at Davidson...............................W, 55-54 1/17......ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 71-54 1/19......at Guilford.................................. L, 61-51 1/21......at Methodist *...........................W, 76-65 1/24......at Bennett *................................. L, 76-50 1/27......at Greensboro #............................ W, 2-0 1/31......at N.C. Wesleyan *..................... L, 82-76 2/2........DAVIDSON..............................W, 72-59 2/5........PFEIFFER................................... L, 74-55 2/7........METHODIST *.........................W, 71-57 2/9........N.C. WESLEYAN *................W, 102-82 2/12......MEREDITH..............................W, 68-50 2/14......BENNETT *............................... L, 64-43 2/15......at Longwood.............................. L, 72-50 2/17......at Wake Forest............................ L, 92-56 2/19......at Barber-Scotia......................... L, 84-73 2/23......METHODIST ^........................W, 83-60 2/27......vs. Bennett %.............................. L, 68-52 2/28......vs. St. Andrew’s %...................... L, 93-74 * NCAIAW Division III games # Wins by forfeit ^ NCAIAW Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) % NCAIAW Tournament (Rocky Mount, N.C.)

1981-82 Overall Record: 25-3 (12-0 DIAC, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Regular Season Champion Dixie Conference Tournament Champion National NCAA Division III Finalist 11/21....FERRUM...................................W, 82-73 11/22....BENNETT.................................W, 70-52 11/24....VIRGINIA.................................. L, 78-39 12/2......METHODIST *.......................W, 110-42 12/4......at Averett...................................W, 95-47 12/8......at Greensboro *.........................W, 80-59 1/14......at Davidson...............................W, 67-40 1/18......at Pfeiffer....................................W, 80-74 1/22......CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *...W, 98-70 1/23......VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *.......W, 83-58 1/25......DAVIDSON..............................W, 69-56 1/27......at St. Andrew’s *........................W, 86-82 1/30......N.C. WESLEYAN *..................W, 71-68 2/2........GUILFORD...............................W, 94-74 2/4........ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN........ L, 93-90 2/6........at Longwood.............................W, 74-67 2/9........ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 71-65 2/12......at Christopher Newport *........W, 75-56 2/13......at Virginia Wesleyan *.............W, 68-55 2/15......at Methodist *.........................W, 103-52 2/16......GREENSBORO *......................W, 90-33 2/18......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 79-70 2/26......vs. N.C. Wesleyan #..................W, 69-66 2/27......vs. St. Andrew’s #......................W, 91-73 3/4........ST. ANDREW’S ^.....................W, 74-67 3/14......SUSQUEHANNA ^.................W, 74-66 3/19......vs. Pomona-Pitzer +.................W, 77-66 3/20......at Elizabethtown + ! (OT)........ L, 67-66 * Dixie Conference games # Dixie Conference Tournament (Norfolk, Va.) ^ NCAA Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) + NCAA Final Four (Elizabethtown, Pa.) ! NCAA DIII national championship game 1982-83 Overall Record: 21-7 (11-1 DIAC, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Regular Season Champion Dixie Conference Tournament Champion NCAA South Regional Participant 11/20....at Guilford.................................W, 90-83 11/29....at Virginia................................... L, 92-50 12/1......GREENSBORO *....................W, 102-40 12/3......at Methodist *...........................W, 97-54 12/7......at Bennett..................................W, 94-45 12/17....vs. Central Missouri State #..... L, 94-61 12/18....vs. Mesa #..................................W, 71-62 1/14......WILLIAM AND MARY..........W, 89-60 1/17......PFEIFFER..................................W, 81-52 1/19......GUILFORD...............................W, 83-64 1/21......at Virginia Wesleyan *.............W, 73-53 1/22......at Christopher Newport *........W, 78-60 1/24......at Greensboro *.........................W, 76-32 1/26......ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 90-67 1/29......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 78-60 2/1........at Elon......................................... L, 68-64 2/3........at Lenoir-Rhyne......................... L, 67-59 2/5........LONGWOOD...........................W, 63-47 2/9........at St. Andrew’s *......................... L, 77-74 2/11......CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *...W, 76-70 2/12......VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *.......W, 81-60 2/15......METHODIST *.......................W, 103-38


2/18......N.C. WESLEYAN *..................W, 84-61 2/20......UNC WILMINGTON.............. L, 84-67 2/25......vs. St. Andrew’s %.....................W, 75-47 2/26......vs. Virginia Wesleyan %..........W, 80-64 3/3........KNOXVILLE +.......................... L, 74-71 3/4........RUST +......................................W, 68-61 1983-84 Overall Record: 22-7 (11-3 DIAC, 2nd) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Tournament Champion NCAA South Regional Participant 11/19....GUILFORD...............................W, 85-66 11/22....at UNC Wilmington............... L, 100-69 12/1......at Greensboro *.........................W, 81-50 12/3......METHODIST *.......................W, 116-51 12/7......at Averett *...............................W, 102-68 12/9......at Richmond............................... L, 82-72 12/10....at William and Mary (OT)......W, 61-56 1/13......AVERETT *...............................W, 94-37 1/14......MARY WASHINGTON..........W, 76-61 1/18......at Methodist *...........................W, 94-59 1/20......VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *........ L, 76-68 1/21......CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *...W, 75-71 1/24......at St. Andrew’s *......................... L, 72-67 1/26......GREENSBORO *......................W, 80-64 1/28......N.C. WESLEYAN *..................W, 78-72 1/31......at Guilford.................................W, 88-74 2/2........at Elon (OT)............................... L, 79-78 2/4........at Longwood.............................W, 66-64 2/7........LENOIR-RHYNE.....................W, 90-71 2/10......at Christopher Newport *........W, 60-46 2/11......at Virginia Wesleyan * (OT).. L, 100-93 2/14......ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 93-80 2/17......VCU...........................................W, 83-69 2/18......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 98-93 2/21......GREENSBORO %....................W, 77-59 2/24......vs. St. Andrew’s #......................W, 91-67 2/25......vs. Virginia Wesleyan #............W, 85-80 3/2........vs. Knoxville ^........................... L, 82-74 3/3........vs. Virginia Wesleyan ^...........W, 70-69 * Dixie Conference games % Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Rocky Mount, N.C.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Holly Springs, Miss.) 1984-85 Overall Record: 21-7 (10-2 DIAC, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Regular Season Champion Dixie Conference Tournament Champion NCAA South Regional Participant 11/17....vs. Buffalo State +...................... L, 80-71 11/18....vs. Cortland State +..................W, 83-57 11/27....at Methodist *...........................W, 90-60 11/29....GREENSBORO *......................W, 70-32 12/1......AVERETT *.............................W, 116-38 12/4......at Elon........................................W, 74-56 12/7......at Catholic.................................W, 60-59 12/8......at Gettysburg.............................. L, 81-77 1/10......at Averett *...............................W, 122-59 1/12......at Mary Washington.................W, 85-69 1/15......METHODIST *.........................W, 71-44 1/18......at Virginia Wesleyan *.............W, 83-59 1/19......at Christopher Newport *........W, 66-64

1/21......at Guilford.................................. L, 66-63 1/23......ELON.........................................W, 71-64 1/26......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 79-65 1/28......ROANOKE................................W, 93-79 1/31......at Greensboro *.......................... L, 76-69 2/2........GUILFORD...............................W, 87-79 2/8........CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *.... L, 85-83 2/9........VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *.......W, 94-69 2/13......LONGWOOD............................ L, 97-76 2/16......N.C. WESLEYAN *................W, 106-88 2/19......AVERETT *...............................W, 96-54 2/22......at Greensboro #........................W, 68-49 2/23......vs. Christopher Newport #......W, 72-65 3/1........vs. Lemoyne-Owen ^...............W, 84-77 3/2........at Rust ^...................................... L, 70-66 * Dixie Conference games + Eastern Connecticut State Brand Rex TipOff Tournament (Willimantic, Conn.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Holly Springs, Miss.) 1985-86 Overall Record: 24-4 (14-0 DIAC, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Regular Season Champion NCAA South Regional Participant 11/22....GUILFORD................................ L, 81-59 11/23....vs. Lenoir-Rhyne +...................W, 84-75 12/3......ELON.........................................W, 95-60 12/6......EASTERN MENNONITE.......W, 69-66 12/7......at Catholic.................................. L, 90-72 12/10....GREENSBORO *......................W, 85-73 12/14....AVERETT *.............................W, 104-22 1/4........ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 73-44 1/5........TRENTON STATE...................W, 76-68 1/8........at Averett *.................................W, 73-32 1/11......MARY WASHINGTON..........W, 91-63 1/13......at Roanoke.................................W, 76-61 1/17......VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *.......W, 87-77 1/18......CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *...W, 73-64 1/21......METHODIST *.........................W, 76-60 1/23......at St. Andrew’s *........................W, 90-49 1/25......N.C. WESLEYAN *..................W, 85-82 1/29......at Elon........................................W, 55-53 1/31......at Greensboro *.........................W, 68-56 2/3........at Methodist *...........................W, 76-73 2/7........at Christopher Newport *........W, 75-74 2/8........at Virginia Wesleyan *.............W, 61-58 2/11......FERRUM...................................W, 96-76 2/15......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 86-59 2/18......AVERETT #..............................W, 98-45 2/21......vs. Christopher Newport #....... L, 69-67 2/28......at Virginia Wesleyan ^.............W, 84-75 3/1........vs. Rust ^.................................... L, 99-61 * Dixie Conference games + at Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Laurinburg, N.C.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Norfolk, Va.) 1986-87 Overall Record: 27-3 (10-2 DIAC, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Regular Season Champion Dixie Conference Tournament Champion NCAA South Regional Participant

11/21....HIGH POINT............................ L, 96-73 11/22....vs. Lenoir-Rhyne + (OT).........W, 71-68 11/25....at Guilford.................................W, 71-66 12/3......at Elon......................................... L, 81-68 12/6......EASTERN MENNONITE.......W, 89-60 12/9......at Greensboro *.........................W, 71-61 12/11....BELMONT ABBEY.................W, 65-63 1/5........at Coastal Carolina...................W, 73-50 1/8........ST. ANDREW’S *...................W, 103-46 1/10......at Mary Washington.................W, 81-44 1/13......ROANOKE................................W, 81-49 1/17......AVERETT *...............................W, 88-47 1/20......at Methodist *...........................W, 84-52 1/23......at Virginia Wesleyan *.............W, 78-65 1/24......at Christopher Newport *........W, 60-58 1/27......N.C. WESLEYAN *..................W, 89-74 1/29......GREENSBORO *......................W, 72-57 2/2........at St. Andrew’s *......................W, 100-51 2/4........METHODIST *.......................W, 102-60 2/10......at Ferrum...................................W, 97-84 2/13......CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *...W, 82-80 2/14......VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *.......W, 84-57 2/18......LIBERTY...................................W, 87-75 2/20......at Averett *...............................W, 103-56 2/21......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 95-80 2/24......AVERETT *.............................W, 112-56 2/27......vs. Greensboro #.......................W, 92-56 2/28......at Christopher Newport #.......W, 93-75 3/6........vs. Centre ^................................ L, 79-69 3/7........vs. Buffalo State ^.....................W, 83-74 * Dixie Conference games + at Greensboro College (Greensboro, N.C.) # Dixie Conference Tournament (Newport News, Va.) ^ NCAA South Regional (Holly Springs, Miss.) 1987-88 Overall Record: 26-7 (13-1 DIAC, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Dixie Conference Regular Season Champion Dixie Conference Tournament Champion NCAA Final Four 11/21....vs. Kean +................................... L, 74-71 11/22....vs. Muhlenberg +......................W, 81-39 11/24....LONGWOOD...........................W, 78-77 12/1......ELON.........................................W, 83-80 12/4......vs. Guilford &............................W, 66-61 12/5......FERRUM.................................W, 101-42 12/7......at North Carolina A&T............ L, 79-60 12/9......GREENSBORO *......................W, 84-64 12/12....at Coastal Carolina.................... L, 65-62 1/9........at Longwood.............................W, 74-71 1/11......at UMBC..................................... L, 83-81 1/13......at St. Andrew’s *........................W, 80-63 1/16......at Averett *...............................W, 120-36 1/19......METHODIST *.........................W, 99-54 1/22......VIRGINIA WESLEYAN *.......W, 89-66 1/23......CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT *...W, 85-58 1/27......at Greensboro *.......................... L, 84-74 1/30......at N.C. Wesleyan *....................W, 90-82 2/2........ST. ANDREW’S *.....................W, 94-59 2/4........at Methodist *...........................W, 85-66 2/8........AVERETT *.............................W, 125-51 2/12......at Christopher Newport *......W, 101-87 2/13......at Virginia Wesleyan *.............W, 80-78 2/16......at Liberty.................................... L, 96-90 2/20......N.C. WESLEYAN *................W, 121-89 2/23......AVERETT #............................W, 139-39


2/26......vs. N.C. Wesleyan #................W, 103-64 2/27......vs. Virginia Wesleyan #............W, 75-72 3/2........at Centre %................................W, 81-77 3/3........vs. Rust %...................................W, 66-64 3/11......at Luther $.................................W, 55-52 3/18......at Concordia (Minn.) ^.......... L, 103-66 3/19......vs. Southern Maine #...............W, 68-66

2/6........ST. AUGUSTINE’S.................W, 105-91 2/8........USC SPARTANBURG.............. L, 66-56 2/12......ELON.......................................W, 100-56 2/15......at Catawba.................................W, 84-69 2/17......at Winthrop...............................W, 73-63 2/19......UNC PEMBROKE...................W, 93-62 2/27......at Charlotte................................. L, 98-71

* 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.)

* at West Texas State Tournament (Canyon, Texas)

1988-89 Overall Record: 16-8 Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/18....PFEIFFER..................................W, 96-61 11/19....ST. AUGUSTINE’S...................W, 83-82 11/22....at Longwood.............................W, 82-58 11/29....NORTH CAROLINA A&T.....W, 80-56 12/1......UNC WILMINGTON.............W, 86-76 12/3......NC CENTRAL..........................W, 89-71 12/9......at Towson..................................W, 90-87 12/10....at Navy.......................................W, 73-66 12/20....at Coastal Carolina.................... L, 68-62 1/4........at South Florida......................... L, 96-66 1/5........at Tampa....................................W, 89-63 1/12......GUILFORD...............................W, 84-58 1/14......LONGWOOD...........................W, 86-72 1/19......at William and Mary................W, 73-59 1/20......at Randolph-Macon.................W, 87-71 1/25......at North Carolina A&T............ L, 67-65 1/30......WINTHROP.............................W, 87-65 2/2........UNC PEMBROKE...................W, 89-76 2/8........at St. Augustine’s........................ L, 72-67 2/14......CHARLOTTE............................ L, 84-67 2/16......at Liberty.................................... L, 95-86 2/20......at UNC Pembroke..................... L, 92-77 2/27......at UNC Wilmington................W, 92-89 3/1........at Charlotte................................. L, 83-66 1989-90 Overall Record: 18-7 Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/28....LONGWOOD...........................W, 96-70 11/30....vs. Missouri-Rolla *..................W, 66-53 12/1......vs. Cameron *............................W, 88-74 12/2......at West Texas State *.................. L, 83-75 12/6......CATAWBA................................W, 82-58 12/7......UNC WILMINGTON.............W, 97-87 12/11....NORTH CAROLINA A&T.....W, 80-66 1/3........at UC Riverside.......................W, 100-90 1/5........at Cal Poly Pomona................... L, 93-61 1/6........at Chapman................................ L, 90-55 1/10......LINCOLN MEMORIAL..........W, 98-97 1/13......BAPTIST...................................W, 90-65 1/17......at Longwood.............................W, 89-79 1/20......at Davis and Elkins...................W, 81-71 1/22......CHARLOTTE............................ L, 78-63 1/24......at North Carolina A&T............ L, 67-54 1/29......at UNC Pembroke....................W, 76-66 2/1........at NC Central............................W, 80-66

1990-91 Overall Record: 21-9 Head Coach: Lynne Agee NCAA Division II Tournament Participant 11/23....vs. No. 16 Ole Miss %............... L, 90-58 11/24....vs. Morgan State %...................W, 61-55 11/27....at St. Augustine’s.......................W, 92-81 11/30....vs. Bridgeport #.........................W, 93-52 12/1......at Pitt-Johnstown #.................... L, 93-87 12/4......CATAWBA................................W, 70-53 12/10....UNC PEMBROKE...................W, 77-68 12/29....USC SPARTANBURG.............W, 73-69 12/31....NORFOLK STATE.................... L, 75-73 1/4........at Bentley.................................... L, 79-67 1/5........vs. Lock Haven +......................W, 71-66 1/8........VIRGINIA STATE...................W, 91-61 1/15......LONGWOOD...........................W, 95-49 1/19......WINTHROP.............................W, 95-79 1/21......at Catawba.................................W, 80-58 1/23......N.C. A&T (OT) (C).................. L, 65-64 1/26......at Longwood...........................W, 101-82 1/28......COASTAL CAROLINA...........W, 83-52 1/31......at Virginia State......................... L, 81-69 2/2........DAVIS & ELKINS....................W, 89-33 2/6........at Charlotte................................. L, 72-56 2/9........at Wofford..................................W, 97-56 2/13......at USC Spartanburg.................W, 72-66 2/16......PITT-JOHNSTOWN...............W, 80-73 2/20......at Lincoln Memorial................W, 76-74 2/21......at Western Carolina.................W, 84-71 2/26......WOFFORD...............................W, 95-50 2/28......at UNC Wilmington................. L, 86-70 3/7........vs. Hampton ^..........................W, 72-63 3/8........at Norfolk State ^....................... L, 72-62 % Appalachian-Sheraton Classic (Boone, N.C.) # Mountain Cat Classic (Johnstown, Pa.) + at Waltham, Mass. (C) at Greensboro Coliseum ^ NCAA South Atlantic Regional (Norfolk, Va.) 1991-92 Overall Record: 21-6 Head Coach: Lynne Agee 1/25......at Western Carolina.................W, 87-79 1/29......vs. Loyola (Md.) +....................W, 93-71 1/30......vs. Massachusetts +..................W, 72-59 12/2......CHARLESTON SOUTHERN.....W, 91-65 12/4......APPALACHIAN STATE.........W, 90-74 12/7......COASTAL CAROLINA...........W, 87-73 12/14....at Duke........................................ L, 87-76 12/17....MICHIGAN STATE................. L, 90-71 12/29....vs. Austin Peay #.......................W, 76-70 12/30....at Virginia Tech #...................... L, 84-65 1/3........UMES %....................................W, 80-61 1/4........COFC.........................................W, 76-60

1992-93 Overall Record: 19-10 (14-2 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Big South Regular Season Champion 12/1......at Liberty *.................................W, 50-48 12/4......at Southwest Texas State #........ L, 80-56 12/5......vs. South Alabama #.................. L, 73-70 12/11....DUKE......................................... L, 80-76 12/15....STETSON..................................W, 69-62 12/18....vs. Akron %...............................W, 68-50 12/19....at South Florida %....................W, 74-67 12/29....vs. South Alabama ^................. L, 66-62 12/30....vs. Morehead State ^................. L, 72-61 1/3........CORNELL +.............................W, 70-61 1/4........EAST CAROLINA +................. L, 76-59 1/6........VIRGINIA TECH *..................W, 72-54 1/9........UNC WILMINGTON *..........W, 72-54 1/13......at James Madison *.................... L, 63-45 1/20......at Appalachian State *............... L, 91-61 1/23......UNC ASHEVILLE *.................W, 81-67 1/28......vs. N.C. A&T (C) *...................W, 64-48 2/1........at Coastal Carolina *................W, 87-52 2/6........at UNC Wilmington *..............W, 70-56 2/11......at UNC Asheville *...................W, 80-41 2/13......at Campbell *............................W, 87-74 2/17......WINTHROP *..........................W, 88-48 2/23......LIBERTY *................................W, 77-52 2/26......CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *..W, 83-59 3/1........at Clemson................................. L, 75-66 3/4........RADFORD *.............................W, 74-57 3/11......vs. Charleston Southern &......W, 58-55 3/12......vs. Towson %.............................W, 81-69 3/21......at Radford %.............................. L, 62-57 * Big South Conference games # at Southwest Texas State 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.) 1993-94 Overall Record: 17-12 (13-5 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Big South Regular Season Champion 11/28....UNC WILMINGTON.............W, 77-54 12/1......at Charlotte................................. L, 61-48 12/18....CAMPBELL *...........................W, 54-46 12/20....SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE.... L, 64-48 12/29....at Kent State............................. L, 119-68 12/30....at Dayton.................................... L, 82-65 1/2........IOWA STATE #......................... L, 72-66 1/3........TEMPLE # (OT)........................ L, 77-72 1/7........at UNC Asheville *...................W, 86-69 1/8........at Winthrop *............................W, 68-58 1/14......LIBERTY *................................. L, 67-61 1/15......RADFORD *.............................W, 78-61 1/21......UMBC *.....................................W, 74-56 1/22......TOWSON *...............................W, 70-48 1/26......vs. N.C. A&T (C) (OT)............W, 86-84 1/28......at Coastal Carolina *................. L, 76-69 1/29......at Charleston Southern *.........W, 76-70 2/5........at Campbell *............................W, 69-68 2/11......UNC ASHEVILLE *.................W, 90-54 2/12......WINTHROP *..........................W, 84-67


2/18......at Liberty *.................................W, 64-59 2/19......at Radford *................................ L, 71-69 2/25......at UMBC *.................................. L, 53-51 2/26......at Towson *................................. L, 76-63 3/4........COASTAL CAROLINA *........W, 78-55 3/5........CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *..W, 84-55 3/10......UNC ASHEVILLE %...............W, 77-74 3/11......TOWSON %.............................W, 74-69 3/12......RADFORD %............................. L, 83-78 * Big South Conference games # Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % Big South Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) 1994-95 Overall Record: 21-10 (14-2 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Big South Regular Season Champion 11/30....APPALACHIAN STATE.......... L, 69-53 12/3......vs. Loyola (Md.) #...................... L, 76-68 12/4......vs. Davidson #...........................W, 60-57 12/7......at Wake Forest............................ L, 71-67 12/19....at Alaska-Anchorage %...........W, 83-76 12/20....vs. UCLA %................................ L, 72-70 12/21....vs. Providence %....................L, 105-100 12/31....WESTERN CAROLINA ^......W, 78-66 1/1........HOLY CROSS ^.......................W, 86-78 1/4........at Radford *...............................W, 71-57 1/8........MONTANA STATE.................. L, 90-56 1/14......at UNC Asheville *...................W, 67-61 1/16......WINTHROP *..........................W, 83-76 1/20......UMBC *...................................... L, 59-57 1/22......TOWSON *...............................W, 71-58 1/25......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 79-69 1/28......CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *..W, 74-70 1/31......CHARLOTTE............................ L, 61-58 2/2........at Coastal Carolina *................W, 81-53 2/8........at Winthrop *............................W, 68-60 2/14......at Liberty *.................................W, 67-57 2/17......at UMBC *.................................W, 55-50 2/19......at Towson * (3OT)..................... L, 72-70 2/22......RADFORD *.............................W, 79-71 2/25......at Charleston Southern *.........W, 77-69 2/28......UNC ASHEVILLE *.................W, 86-72 3/2........LIBERTY *................................W, 74-54 3/4........COASTAL CAROLINA *........W, 72-66 3/9........vs. Charleston Southern +.......W, 78-70 3/10......vs. Coastal Carolina +..............W, 85-57 3/11......vs. Radford +.............................. L, 68-63 * Big South Conference games # Powerbar Invitational (Providence, R.I.) % Northern Lights Invitational (Anchorage, Alaska) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum ^ UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) + Big South Tournament (Radford, Va.) 1995-96 Overall Record: 17-10 (12-2 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Big South Regular Season Champion 11/24....vs. Illinois #................................ L, 88-71 11/25....vs. UMES #................................W, 76-39 12/2......at Charlotte................................. L, 84-72 12/6......vs. Wake Forest (C)................... L, 97-55 12/9......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 69-57 12/12....DAVIDSON..............................W, 79-69

12/21....vs. No. 18 Alabama &............... L, 87-62 12/22....vs. San Diego % (OT)................ L, 70-67 12/30....HARTFORD $..........................W, 83-75 12/31....TULANE $................................. L, 71-69 1/4........at Appalachian State.................. L, 72-65 1/9........LIBERTY *................................W, 84-63 1/13......at Coastal Carolina *................. L, 88-76 1/17......UNC ASHEVILLE *.................W, 73-54 1/20......WINTHROP *..........................W, 96-57 1/27......at Charleston Southern *.........W, 75-73 1/30......at Liberty *.................................W, 76-55 2/4........UMBC *.....................................W, 68-50 2/7........RADFORD *.............................W, 94-79 2/10......COASTAL CAROLINA *........W, 81-56 2/13......at UNC Asheville *.................... L, 71-53 2/16......at Winthrop * (OT)..................W, 86-85 2/21......at UMBC *.................................W, 49-45 2/24......CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *..W, 90-71 2/29......at Radford *...............................W, 71-64 3/7........vs. Liberty &..............................W, 84-60 3/8........vs. Winthrop &.......................... L, 72-69 * Big South Conference games # 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.) 1996-97 Overall Record: 20-9 (13-1 Big South, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Big South Regular Season Champion 11/21....at Virginia Tech......................... L, 89-86 11/24....No. 17 DUKE............................. L, 98-68 11/29....at Montana State #..................... L, 68-60 11/30....vs. Air Force #...........................W, 64-58 12/4......at Davidson................................ L, 60-48 12/7......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 63-54 12/17....COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON..W, 69-54 12/28....at Tulane %................................. L, 89-46 12/29....vs. Rhode Island %...................W, 87-63 1/2........APPALACHIAN STATE.......... L, 71-51 1/4........SOUTH CAROLINA STATE......W, 99-42 1/8........at Furman................................... L, 73-42 1/11......COASTAL CAROLINA *......W, 104-66 1/13......RADFORD *...........................W, 103-62 1/16......at UNC Asheville *...................W, 76-72 1/18......at Winthrop *............................. L, 74-68 1/22......at UMBC *.................................W, 71-51 1/25......CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *..W, 91-64 1/28......LIBERTY *................................W, 80-64 2/1........UMBC *.....................................W, 76-52 2/4........at Radford *.............................W, 101-68 2/8........at Coastal Carolina *................W, 87-76 2/10......UNC ASHEVILLE *.................W, 70-52 2/15......WINTHROP *..........................W, 90-65 2/20......at Liberty *.................................W, 86-70 2/22......at Charleston Southern *.........W, 69-61 2/27......vs. UMBC &..............................W, 68-50 2/28......vs. Radford &............................W, 83-70 3/1........at Liberty &................................ L, 89-82 * Big South Conference games # State Farm Lady Cat Classic (Bozeman, Mont.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % Tulane Doubletree Classic (New Orleans, La.) & Big South Tournament (Lynchburg, Va.)

1997-98 Overall Record: 21-9 (12-4 SoCon, 2nd) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Southern Conference Tournament Champion NCAA Tournament Participant 11/17....at UNC Asheville......................W, 78-61 11/19....at No. 19 Duke........................... L, 78-51 11/28....vs. Montana #............................. L, 70-48 11/29....vs. Georgia Southern #............W, 91-65 12/4......VIRGINIA TECH..................... L, 88-74 12/6......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 79-52 12/14....at NC State.................................. L, 85-61 12/20....ELON.........................................W, 66-53 12/29....FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON %......W, 88-64 12/30....CAMPBELL %..........................W, 84-76 1/3........at Western Carolina *...............W, 81-61 1/7........at Georgia Southern *............... L, 80-65 1/10......FURMAN *...............................W, 77-74 1/12......at Davidson *.............................. L, 87-72 1/14......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 62-52 1/17......at Wofford * (OT).....................W, 93-86 1/19......at Chattanooga *.......................W, 72-60 1/23......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 82-67 1/29......ETSU *........................................ L, 67-66 2/2........WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 90-48 2/7........at Appalachian State *............... L, 63-59 2/10......at Furman *...............................W, 78-68 2/14......DAVIDSON *............................W, 78-67 2/16......WOFFORD *............................W, 74-53 2/18......at ETSU *...................................W, 75-62 2/21......CHATTANOOGA *................W, 72-65 2/27......WESTERN CAROLINA $......W, 86-54 2/28......vs. Davidson $ (C)....................W, 78-75 3/1........vs. Georgia Southern $............W, 75-69 3/13......vs. No. 11 Alabama ^................ L, 94-46 * Southern Conference games # Arkansas Dial Classic (Fayetteville, Ark.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum % UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ Southern Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C. / first round and quarterfinals at UNCG; semifinals and championship at the Greensboro Coliseum) ^ NCAA Tournament First Round (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) 1998-99 Overall Record: 20-8 (14-4 SoCon, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Southern Conference Regular Season Champion 11/14....at Maryland...............................W, 63-45 11/18....UNC ASHEVILLE...................W, 69-53 11/24....at Appalachian State *..............W, 72-57 11/28....vs. Towson #............................... L, 77-76 11/29....vs. Radford #.............................. L, 68-64 12/2......at Elon........................................W, 83-65 12/5......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 58-52 12/8......MARSHALL..............................W, 91-75 12/12....WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 74-56 12/17....COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *.. W, 77-55 12/28....at ETSU *.................................... L, 82-58 12/30....at No. 10 Clemson..................... L, 59-42 1/5........at Furman *...............................W, 78-70 1/9........DAVIDSON *............................W, 90-79 1/11......WOFFORD *............................W, 90-59 1/16......CHATTANOOGA *................W, 87-74 1/18......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 75-70 1/22......ETSU *.......................................W, 75-59


1/26......at College of Charleston *........W, 54-50 1/30......at Western Carolina *................ L, 75-63 2/1........APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 81-76 2/6........FURMAN *...............................W, 80-65 2/8........at Davidson *.............................W, 64-61 2/12......at Wofford *...............................W, 66-63 2/15......at Chattanooga *.......................W, 70-66 2/20......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 95-75 2/26......WOFFORD $............................W, 95-58 2/27......vs. Davidson $ (C)..................... L, 92-91 * Southern Conference games # Christmas City Classic (Bethlehem, Pa,) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum $ Southern Conference Tournament (Greensboro, N.C. / first round and quarterfinals at UNCG; semifinals and championship at the Greensboro Coliseum) 1999-2000 Overall Record: 18-11 (11-7 SoCon, 4th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/15....at No. 22 Duke........................... L, 72-47 11/20....vs. Washington $......................W, 67-57 11/21....at NC State $............................... L, 75-58 11/26....at St. Mary’s %............................ L, 69-56 11/27....vs. St. Bonaventure %...............W, 65-57 12/4......at Western Carolina *...............W, 85-51 12/19....at Marshall.................................W, 71-68 12/21....CLEMSON (OT)......................W, 78-67 12/29....COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 87-47 1/5........APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 83-72 1/8........FURMAN * (OT).....................W, 70-69 1/10......at Davidson *.............................W, 71-69 1/14......at Wofford *...............................W, 60-50 1/17......CHATTANOOGA *................ L., 60-56 1/19......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 74-38 1/22......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 72-69 1/24......at ETSU *.................................... L, 66-62 1/29......at College of Charleston *........W, 63-41 2/1........WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 78-65 2/5........at Appalachian State *..............W, 77-71 2/8........at Furman *................................ L, 81-66 2/12......DAVIDSON *............................W, 75-57 2/15......WOFFORD *............................W, 64-61 2/19......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 83-66 2/21......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 79-73 2/25......ETSU *.......................................W, 70-65 3/2........vs. Appalachian State &...........W, 92-75 3/4........vs. Chattanooga &....................W, 73-67 3/5........vs. Furman &.............................. L, 68-49 * Southern Conference games # Preseason WNIT (Durham, N.C.) $ NC State Women’s Tournament (Raleigh, N.C.) % Thanksgiving Classic (Moraga, Calif.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum & Southern Conference Tournament (Greenville, S.C.) 2000-01 Overall Record: 22-8 (14-4 SoCon, 3rd) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/17....at Campbell...............................W, 60-56 11/20....CHARLOTTE...........................W, 81-70 11/24....MANHATTAN #......................W, 82-62 11/25....RICE #......................................... L, 50-46 11/28....at East Carolina.........................W, 66-53

11/30....at Appalachian State *..............W, 75-51 12/16....at Clemson................................. L, 89-65 12/21....vs. Middle Tennessee $............. L, 69-66 12/22....vs. Appalachian State $............W, 86-77 12/30....WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 67-60 1/3........at Furman *...............................W, 62-52 1/6........DAVIDSON *............................W, 81-42 1/9........WOFFORD *............................W, 77-50 1/13......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 79-63 1/15......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 59-45 1/17......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 85-57 1/20......ETSU *.......................................W, 73-58 1/23......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 89-56 1/27......at Western Carolina *...............W, 71-45 1/30......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 88-60 2/3........FURMAN *...............................W, 60-58 2/5........at Davidson *.............................W, 72-60 2/10......at Wofford *...............................W, 61-47 2/12......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 77-55 2/17......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *....... L, 71-66 2/19......at ETSU *.................................... L, 53-51 2/23......at College of Charleston *........W, 53-52 3/2........vs. ETSU &................................W, 85-53 3/3........vs. Georgia Southern &...........W, 70-66 3/4........vs. Chattanooga &..................... L, 64-63 * Southern Conference games # UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ UCF Holiday Classic (Orlando, Fla,) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum & Southern Conference Tournament (Greenville, S.C.) 2001-02 Overall Record: 21-10 (14-4 SoCon, 1st) Head Coach: Lynne Agee Southern Conference Regular Season Champion WNIT Participant 11/16....at Charlotte................................. L, 60-44 11/20....CAMPBELL..............................W, 69-46 11/23....CANISIUS #..............................W, 87-66 11/24....DELAWARE #...........................W, 67-62 11/30....at Rice $...................................... L, 61-47 12/1......vs. Maine $................................. L, 62-59 12/8......EAST CAROLINA...................W, 60-46 12/16....at No. 8 Duke............................. L, 90-58 12/19....APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 79-51 12/29....FURMAN *...............................W, 73-64 1/5........WOFFORD *............................W, 81-75 1/7........at Chattanooga *........................ L, 62-59 1/12......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 75-57 1/14......at ETSU *...................................W, 77-50 1/16......vs. N.C. A&T (C)......................W, 88-45 1/20......at College of Charleston *........W, 73-58 1/22......WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 74-70 1/26......at Appalachian State *..............W, 83-66 1/29......at Furman *...............................W, 66-57 2/2........DAVIDSON *............................W, 71-44 2/5........at Wofford *...............................W, 67-61 2/9........CHATTANOOGA * (OT)....... L, 73-69 2/11......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 73-72 2/14......at Davidson *.............................W, 84-73 2/16......ETSU *.......................................W, 91-58 2/19......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 60-50 2/23......at Western Carolina *................ L, 69-67 3/1........vs. College of Charleston &.....W, 77-51 3/2........vs. Furman &.............................W, 71-62 3/3........vs. Chattanooga &..................... L, 77-69 3/13......at Virginia Tech ^...................... L, 51-46

* Southern Conference games # UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) $ Gene Hackerman Invitational (Dallas, Texas) & Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum ^ WNIT First Round (Blacksburg, Va.) 2002-03 Overall Record: 14-13 (10-8 SoCon, 5th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/22....at Virginia Tech......................... L, 54-46 11/29....LOYOLA (Md.) #.....................W, 61-47 11/30....EAST CAROLINA #................W, 85-62 12/9......at Campbell...............................W, 61-57 12/14....ELON.........................................W, 64-51 12/20....FIU.............................................. L, 71-64 12/28....at Tulane %................................. L, 63-43 12/29....vs. SMU %.................................. L, 62-49 1/2........at Furman *................................ L, 74-66 1/4........DAVIDSON *............................W, 71-69 1/6........at Wofford *................................ L, 61-50 1/11......ETSU *.......................................W, 71-60 1/13......at Georgia Southern *..............W, 60-58 1/18......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 76-54 1/21......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 63-57 1/25......at Western Carolina *................ L, 82-74 1/28......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 75-62 2/1........FURMAN *................................ L, 68-49 2/4........at Davidson *.............................W, 70-63 2/8........WOFFORD *............................W, 76-43 2/10......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 84-54 2/15......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *....... L, 64-54 2/18......at ETSU *...................................W, 73-62 2/22......WESTERN CAROLINA *........ L, 64-54 2/24......at College of Charleston *........W, 75-70 3/1........at Appalachian State *..............W, 85-78 3/6........vs. Furman &.............................. L, 65-51 * Southern Conference games & Doubletree Classic (New Orleans, La.) # UNCG Airport Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2003-04 Overall Record: 9-19 (9-11 SoCon, 7th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/21....at Virginia................................... L, 71-44 11/23....SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.)............. L, 80-55 12/3......WOFFORD *............................W, 62-50 12/6......vs. Coastal Carolina #............... L, 66-65 12/7......vs. Coppin State #...................... L, 54-49 12/13....at ETSU *.................................... L, 83-72 12/18....at Chattanooga *........................ L, 68-57 12/20....CAMPBELL............................... L, 61-56 12/22....APPALACHIAN STATE *������W, 79-66 12/28....at No. 25 Boston College.......... L, 84-53 12/30....at Massachusetts........................ L, 63-49 1/3........FURMAN *...............................W, 63-60 1/5........at Elon *...................................... L, 77-66 1/10......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 54-43 1/12......at College of Charleston *........W, 73-56 1/17......WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 66-53 1/20......DAVIDSON *............................. L, 68-55 1/29......at Appalachian State *............... L, 73-68 1/31......at Furman *................................ L, 89-42 2/3........ELON *......................................W, 69-56


2/7........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 78-43 2/9........COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 78-63 2/14......at Western Carolina *................ L, 66-46 2/17......at Davidson *.............................. L. 59-45 2/21......ETSU *........................................ L, 65-60 2/23......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 70-54 2/28......at Wofford *...............................W, 59-53 3/3........vs. College of Charleston &...... L, 59-50 * Southern Conference games # U.S. Cellular Classic (Greenville, N.C.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2004-05 Overall Record: 14-14 (11-9 SoCon, 4th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/19....at West Virginia......................... L, 67-39 11/26....WINTHROP ^.........................W, 62-52 11/27....PITTSBURGH ^....................... L, 62-55 12/4......at No. 25 Arizona #................... L, 98-48 12/5......vs. Delaware #............................ L, 69-59 12/11....HIGH POINT...........................W, 70-54 12/15....CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 71-62 12/18....at Appalachian State *............... L, 69-41 12/20....UNC WILMINGTON.............W, 79-68 12/30....at Wofford *...............................W, 69-52 1/2........at Furman *................................ L, 52-50 1/5........ELON *......................................W, 60-54 1/8........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 63-49 1/10......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 71-50 1/15......at Western Carolina *..............W, 72-58 1/18......at Davidson *.............................W, 78-66 1/20......at ETSU *.................................... L, 75-63 1/25......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 55-41 1/29......FURMAN *...............................W, 70-65 2/1........at Elon *...................................... L, 65-59 2/5........at Georgia Southern *..............W, 77-63 2/7........at College of Charleston *......... L, 65-52 2/12......WESTERN CAROLINA *........ L, 55-51 2/15......DAVIDSON * (2OT)...............W, 90-87 2/19......ETSU * (OT).............................. L, 70-67 2/21......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 70-57 2/26......WOFFORD *............................W, 70-55 3/3........vs. Georgia Southern &............ L, 55-48 * Southern Conference games ^ UNCG Marriott Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) # Fiesta Bowl Classic (Tuscon, Ariz.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 2005-06 Overall Record: 18-12 (12-6 SoCon, 2nd) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/18....at No. 25 NC State..................... L, 76-46 11/25....LONGWOOD ^........................ L, 69-66 11/26....OHIO ^......................................W, 69-52 11/29....at High Point.............................. L, 65-63 12/3......WEST VIRGINIA....................W, 72-70 12/10....CAMPBELL..............................W, 78-55 12/14....at Wake Forest...........................W, 70-64 12/19....DAVIDSON *............................. L, 69-57 12/21....at UNC Wilmington................. L, 65-54 12/31....at Coastal Carolina.................... L, 68-54 1/2........CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 82-75 1/7........at Furman *...............................W, 69-66 1/9........at Georgia Southern *............... L, 74-63

1/14......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 85-71 1/16......COL. OF CHARLESTON * (OT)... L, 70-67 1/18......at Western Carolina *...............W, 69-60 1/21......at Elon *.....................................W, 56-35 1/24......WOFFORD *............................W, 84-64 1/28......at Davidson * (OT)...................W, 63-62 1/30......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 72-68 2/4........FURMAN *...............................W, 72-48 2/6........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 72-62 2/11......at Appalachian State *............... L, 85-84 2/13......at College of Charleston *........W, 59-58 2/18......ELON *......................................W, 53-45 2/21......at Wofford *...............................W, 67-55 2/25......WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 72-57 3/3........vs. Georgia Southern &...........W, 68-56 3/4........vs. Davidson &..........................W, 69-58 3/5........vs. Chattanooga &..................... L, 91-79 * Southern Conference game ^ UNCG Marriott Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 2006-07 Overall Record: 13-5 (12-6 SoCon, 4th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/12....UNC WILMINGTON.............W, 74-46 11/17....at Campbell...............................W, 84-68 11/20....at Charlotte................................. L, 86-40 11/24....LONGWOOD ^.......................W, 81-50 11/25....PROVIDENCE ^......................W, 72-68 11/30....at No. 2 North Carolina.......... L, 103-48 12/4......at Davidson *.............................. L, 73-59 12/16....COASTAL CAROLINA...........W, 64-54 12/18....HIGH POINT...........................W, 63-53 12/20....WESTERN CAROLINA *........ L, 53-52 12/29....at No. 1 Maryland #.................. L, 92-57 12/30....vs. Liberty #...............................W, 67-59 1/2........at Chattanooga *.......................W, 71-68 1/6........FURMAN *...............................W, 67-56 1/8........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 80-55 1/10......VIRGINIA TECH (C).............. L, 50-45 1/13......at Appalachian State *..............W, 66-61 1/15......at College of Charleston *......... L, 73-61 1/20......ELON *......................................W, 88-40 1/22......at Wofford *...............................W, 62-54 1/27......DAVIDSON *............................W, 78-55 1/29......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 83-66 2/3........at Furman *...............................W, 65-58 2/5........at Georgia Southern *..............W, 68-60 2/10......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 81-62 2/12......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 70-61 2/17......at Elon *.....................................W, 57-48 2/19......WOFFORD * (OT)..................W, 71-66 2/24......at Western Carolina *................ L, 73-67 3/1........vs. Georgia Southern &............ L, 81-64 * Southern Conference games ^ UNCG Marriott Tournament (Greensboro, N.C.) # Maryland Tournament (College Park, Md.) (C) at Greensboro Coliseum & Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2007-08 Overall Record: 7-24 (4-14 SoCon, 9th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee

11/11....at NC State.................................. L, 74-29 11/13....LIBERTY.................................... L, 62-44 11/18....at No. 10 Duke........................... L, 84-39 11/23....BOSTON UNIVERSITY ^...... L, 69-42 11/24....UNC ASHEVILLE ^................. L, 77-70 11/28....CHARLOTTE............................ L, 70-45 12/3......at High Point.............................W, 74-64 12/5......at Longwood.............................. L, 62-53 12/15....at Wofford *................................ L, 58-44 12/19....vs. La Salle #............................... L, 63-47 12/20....at UCF #...................................... L, 76-73 12/28....CHOWAN.................................W, 68-37 1/2........at Furman *...............................W, 66-54 1/5........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *....... L, 63-50 1/7........COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *... L, 62-37 1/12......at Western Carolina *................ L, 66-53 1/14......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 77-50 1/18......DAVIDSON *............................. L, 70-59 1/21......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 56-54 1/26......ELON *......................................W, 56-54 2/2........at Georgia Southern *............... L, 68-57 2/4........at College of Charleston *......... L, 65-61 2/9........WESTERN CAROLINA *........ L, 63-55 2/11......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 64-52 2/15......at Davidson *.............................. L, 76-50 2/19......at Appalachian State *............... L, 58-53 2/23......at Elon *...................................... L, 59-48 2/28......WOFFORD *............................W, 66-63 3/1........FURMAN *................................ L, 59-55 3/6........vs. Appalachian State &...........W, 62-44 3/7........vs. Chattanooga &..................... L, 78-33 * Southern Conference games ^ UNCG Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) # UCF Tournament (Orlando, Fla.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Charleston, S.C.) 2008-09 Overall Record: 13-18 (9-11 SoCon, 7th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/14....at Virginia Tech......................... L, 59-53 11/17....at Wake Forest............................ L, 62-27 11/20....at UNC Wilmington................. L, 53-50 11/24....HIGH POINT...........................W, 74-69 11/28....FLORIDA GUILF COAST ^... L, 66-50 11/29....BOWLING GREEN ^.............. L, 71-53 12/2......at Elon *.....................................W, 45-39 12/6......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *..W, 70-55 12/13....FORDHAM...............................W, 50-39 12/17....GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 71-53 12/21....at UC Irvine # (OT).................W, 76-71 12/22....vs. Illinois State #....................... L, 95-51 12/29....at Samford *................................ L, 44-41 12/31....at Chattanooga *........................ L, 70-53 1/5........DAVIDSON * (OT)................... L, 61-55 1/10......FURMAN * (OT)...................... L, 66-63 1/12......at Appalachian State *............... L, 73-68 1/17......at Western Carolina *................ L, 57-49 1/19......WOFFORD *............................W, 68-56 1/24......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 53-45 1/26......at College of Charleston *......... L, 71-51 1/31......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 58-48 2/2........SAMFORD *.............................W, 49-37 2/9........at Davidson *.............................W, 74-61 2/14......WESTERN CAROLINA * (OT)... L, 66-58 2/16......at Wofford *...............................W, 74-62 2/21......at Furman *...............................W, 61-54 2/23......APPALACHIAN STATE *......W, 74-60 2/27......ELON *....................................... L, 54-47


3/5........vs. Wofford &............................W, 83-64 3/6........vs. Samford &............................. L, 58-49 * UNCG Airport Marriott Classic (Greensboro, N.C.) # Orange County Clash (Irvine, Calif.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 2009-10 Overall Record: 10-20 (6-14 SoCon, 7th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/14....MORGAN STATE....................W, 85-68 11/17....at Liberty.................................... L, 60-42 11/21....at High Point.............................. L, 75-63 11/25....at No. 3 Ohio State.................... L, 89-56 11/27....at Bowling Green....................... L, 80-51 12/1......CHARLESTON SOUTHERN.... L, 56-54 12/5......at College of Charleston *......... L, 71-60 12/12....at Fordham................................W, 69-63 12/16....NC CENTRAL..........................W, 70-57 12/19....CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 67-54 12/21....SAMFORD *.............................W, 55-47 12/29....at Georgia Southern *..............W, 45-42 1/2........at Davidson *.............................. L, 67-45 1/8........at Wofford *................................ L, 61-60 1/11......WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 75-61 1/13......ELON *......................................W, 84-70 1/16......APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 72-57 1/19......at Furman *................................ L, 61-46 1/23......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *... L, 54-51 1/25......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *....... L, 63-55 1/30......at Samford *................................ L, 54-51 2/1........at Chattanooga *........................ L, 82-63 2/6........DAVIDSON *............................. L, 83-53 2/12......WOFFORD *............................. L, 57-55 2/16......at Western Carolina *................ L, 57-42 2/20......at Appalachian State *............... L, 67-49 2/23......FURMAN *...............................W, 60-49 2/27......at Elon *.....................................W, 77-71 3/4........vs. Western Carolina &............W, 57-55 3/5........vs. Chattanooga &..................... L, 82-64 * Southern Conference games & Southern Conference Tournament (Charlotte, N.C.) 2010-11 Overall Record: 13-16 (10-10 SoCon, T-5th) Head Coach: Lynne Agee 11/12....at Clemson................................. L, 71-55 11/15....UNC WILMINGTON.............. L, 62-58 11/22....at Charleston Southern............. L, 77-67 11/26....vs. Eastern Illinois ^.................W, 66-58 11/27....at Miami ^.................................. L, 78-60 12/1......at Morgan State.........................W, 66-47 12/7......HIGH POINT............................ L, 79-60 12/11....RADFORD................................W, 73-58 12/18....WOFFORD *............................W, 80-67 12/20....FURMAN *...............................W, 71-61 12/31....at Davidson *.............................W, 59-58 1/3........at Western Carolina *...............W, 56-50 1/5........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 55-51 1/8........at Chattanooga *........................ L, 72-63 1/11......at Samford *................................ L, 66-46 1/15......at College of Charleston *........W, 50-45 1/19......ELON *....................................... L, 63-61

1/22......APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 83-72 1/25......DAVIDSON *............................. L, 53-52 1/29......at Wofford *...............................W, 60-51 1/31......at Furman *................................ L, 67-42 2/5........at Georgia Southern *............... L, 68-67 2/7........WESTERN CAROLINA *.......W, 57-53 2/10......at Elon *.....................................W, 71-66 2/12......COL. OF CHARLESTON * (OT)..W, 76-64 2/19......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 65-53 2/21......SAMFORD *.............................. L, 59-52 2/26......at Appalachian State *............... L, 80-57 3/3........vs. Wofford &............................. L, 69-64 * Southern Conference games ^ Miami Thanksgiving Tournament (Coral Gables, Fla.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 2011-12 Overall Record: 4-25 (3-17 SoCon, 11th) Head Coach: Wendy Palmer 11/11....LIBERTY.................................... L, 61-46 11/16....at No. 17 North Carolina.......... L, 91-35 11/21....at Radford................................... L, 75-67 11/26....at NC Central............................W, 70-53 12/1......CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 63-46 12/3......SAMFORD *.............................W, 61-53 12/6......UAB............................................. L, 72-42 12/10....at Richmond............................... L, 75-60 12/17....at Wofford *................................ L, 62-47 12/19....at Furman *................................ L, 53-48 12/28....at San Diego State ^.................. L, 57-29 12/29....vs. Penn ^................................... L, 47-36 1/7........at Western Carolina *................ L, 62-29 1/9........APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 81-66 1/13......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *... L, 52-42 1/15......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......W, 55-54 1/21......FURMAN *................................ L, 66-64 1/23......at Elon *...................................... L, 57-43 1/28......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 63-44 1/30......at Samford *................................ L, 83-40 2/4........WESTERN CAROLINA *........ L, 46-35 2/6........ELON *....................................... L, 69-50 2/8........at Davidson *.............................. L, 71-52 2/11......at Appalachian State *............... L, 79-60 2/14......DAVIDSON *............................. L, 58-49 2/18......at College of Charleston *........W, 60-54 2/20......at Georgia Southern *............... L, 59-47 2/27......WOFFORD *............................. L, 65-57 3/2........vs. Furman &.............................. L, 63-58 * Southern Conference games ^ Surf and Slam Classic (San Diego, Calif.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Asheville, N.C.) 2012-13 Overall Record: 8-23 (4-16 SoCon, 10th) Head Coach: Wendy Palmer 11/10....vs. Charleston Southern ^........ L, 60-57 11/13....RADFORD................................. L, 76-64 11/17....GARDNER-WEBB...................W, 55-49 11/27....at Liberty.................................... L, 76-56 12/1......at Western Carolina *................ L, 47-44 12/3......COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON *... L, 88-61 12/8......RICHMOND........................... L, 104-69

12/15....NORFOLK STATE...................W, 71-63 12/19....NC CENTRAL..........................W, 49-39 12/22....No. 23 FLORIDA STATE (C).. L, 93-63 12/30....at UAB......................................... L, 80-62 1/5........CHATTANOOGA *................. L, 76-46 1/7........SAMFORD *.............................. L, 60-46 1/12......at Furman *................................ L, 67-48 1/14......at Elon *...................................... L, 71-60 1/20......at Appalachian State *............... L, 81-58 1/23......at Davidson *.............................. L, 88-48 1/26......GEORGIA SOUTHERN *....... L, 63-56 1/28......at Wofford *...............................W, 87-75 2/2........WESTERN CAROLINA *........ L, 60-49 2/4........at College of Charleston *......... L, 63-43 2/9........at Samford *...............................W, 52-51 2/11......at Chattanooga *........................ L, 74-68 2/16......ELON *....................................... L, 70-57 2/18......FURMAN *...............................W, 60-59 2/20......DAVIDSON * (OT)................... L, 59-56 2/27......APPALACHIAN STATE *....... L, 77-46 3/2........at Georgia Southern *............... L, 67-53 3/4........WOFFORD *............................W, 68-50 3/8........vs. Furman &.............................W, 73-68 3/9........vs. Davidson &........................... L, 70-47 * Southern Conference games ^ Asheville Collegiate Invitational (Asheville, N.C.) & Southern Conference Tournament (Asheville, N.C.) 2013-14 Overall Record: 7-23 (3-15 SoCon, 10th) Head Coach: Wendy Palmer 11/8............. at Florida State..............................L, 93-59 11/11.........at Gardner-Webb............................L, 71-60 11/15.........SOUTH CAROLINA STATE.....W, 72-63 11/20.........at Norfolk State............................. W, 73-66 11/23.........COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON...W, 64-56 11/27.........VCU............................................................L, 95-72 12/1...........HIGH POINT............................... W, 81-76 12/5...........CLEMSON......................................L, 77-71 12/14.........CHATTANOOGA *......................L, 86-53 12/16.........SAMFORD *...................................L, 65-52 12/22.........ST. BONAVENTURE....................L, 58-46 12/29.........at Fordham.......................................L, 79-48 12/30.........vs. Tulsa............................................L, 76-71 1/4..............ELON *........................................... W, 73-62 1/11...........at Georgia Southern *....................L, 74-71 1/13...........at Davidson *...................................L, 78-59 1/17...........WESTERN CAROLINA *............L, 60-49 1/19...........APPALACHIAN STATE *...........L, 75-56 1/25...........at Wofford *..........................L, 76-70 (OT) 1/27...........at Furman *......................................L, 73-64 2/1..............at Elon *............................................L, 80-57 2/8..............DAVIDSON *.......................L, 75-66 (OT) 2/10...........GEORGIA SOUTHERN *......... W, 76-65 2/15...........at Appalachian State *....................L, 76-67 2/17...........at Western Carolina *.....................L, 63-51 2/22...........FURMAN *.....................................L, 77-64 2/24...........WOFFORD *................................ W, 87-79 2/28...........at Samford *.....................................L, 68-57 2/2..............at Chattanooga *.............................L, 77-56 2/7..............vs. No. 7 Western Carolina &.......L, 77-60 * Southern Conference games & Southern Conference Tournament (Asheville, N.C.)


TEAM RECORDS (DIVISION I ERA) Most Games Played: 31 (1995, 2002, 2008, 2009) Most Wins: 22 (2001) Most Conference Wins: 14 (1993, 1995, 1999, 2001, 2002) Most Losses: 25 (2011-12) Fewest Losses: 6 (1992)

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)

Highest Winning Percentage: .777 (21-6, 1992)

Fewest Opponent 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Season: 244 (1993)

Best Home Record: 12-1 (2002) Most Home Wins: 12 (2002)

Highest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game: .778 (7-9), vs. Winthrop (1/16/95) Season: .377 (55-146, 1993)

Longest Winning Streak: 12 (1/22/97 - 2/28/97) Longest Losing Streak: 10 (1/16/10 - 2/20/10) Longest Home Winning 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); 42 vs. Richmond (12/9/12) Season: 829 (2012-13) Fewest Field Goals Made Game: 9, at Wake Forest (11/17/08) Season: 564 (2011-12) Fewest Opponent Field Goals Made Game: 11, vs Elon (1/20/07) Season: 610 (2003) Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 82, vs. ETSU (1/20/01) Season: 1,924 (2012-13) Most Opponent Field Goals Attempted Game: 84, vs. Florida State (12/22/12) Season: 1,925 (1995) Fewest Field Goals Attempted Game: 29, UNC Asheville (3/10/94) Season: 1,560 (2003) Fewest Opponent Field Goals Attempted Game: 38, at Radford (3/21/93) Season: 1,594 (1996) 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) Highest Opponent Field Goal Percentage Half: .704 (19-27), UNC Asheville (3/10/94), .704 (1927), High Point (12/7/10); .704 (19-27), Appalachian State (1/9/12) Game: .627 (32-51), UNC Asheville (3/10/94) Season: .439 (829-1,890, 2012-13) 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) Lowest Opponent Field Goal Percentage Half: .120 (3-25) vs. UMES (11/25/95) Game: .212 (11-52) vs.Elon (1/20/07) Season: .347 (667-1,924, 2012-13) Most 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 12, vs. Radford (1/13/97), 12 vs. Illinois (11/24/95), 12 vs. Florida State (12/22/12) Season: 167 (2000) Most Opponent 3-Point Field Goals Made Game: 13, at Kent State (12/29/93), Charleston So. (11/22/10), UAB (12/6/11) Season: 183 (2010) Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Made Season: 38 (1994)

Highest Opponent 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Game: .833 (5-6), vs Winthrop (1/16/95) Season: .368 (95-258, 1992)

Highest Opponent Rebounding Average Season: 42.5 (1,316 rebounds, 31 games, 2012-13) Lowest Rebounding Average Season: 34.7 (1,007 rebounds, 29 games, 2011-12) Lowest Opponent Rebounding Average Season: 33.3 (965 rebounds, 29 games, 1994) Most Assists Game: 30, vs. CofC (12/29/99), vs. Winthrop (2/17/93) Season: 559 (1995) Most Opponent Assists Game: 32, vs. Richmond (12/8/12) Season: 517 (1995)

Lowest 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Season: .245 (97-396, 2005)

Fewest Assists Game: 3, at Georgia Southern (3/2/13) Season: 263 (2011-12)

Lowest Opponent 3-Point Field Goal Percentage Season: .270 (126-467, 2001)

Fewest Opponent Assists Game: 1, vs. High Point (12/11/04) Season: 328 (2005)

Most Free Throws Made Game: 37, at Elon (12/2/98) Season: 531 (1995) Most Opponent Free Throws Made Game: 37, vs. Providence (12/21/94) Season: 430 (1993) Fewest Free Throws Made Game: 0, at Duke (11/19/97) Season: 227 (2011-12) Fewest Opponent Free Throws Made Game: 0, vs. Chattanooga (1/5/13) Season: 298 (2011) Most Free Throws Attempted Game: 55, vs. Hartford (12/30/95) Season: 798 (1995) Most Opponent Free Throws Attempted Game: 47, vs. UNC Asheville (1/23/93) Season: 652 (1993) Fewest Free Throws Attempted Game: 0, twice Season: 476 (2011) Fewest Opponent Free Throws Attempted Game: 2, twice; last at Appalachian State (2/5/00) Season: 451 (2011)

Most Steals Game: 27, vs. UNC Wilmington (11/12/06) Season: 353 (2001) Most Opponent Steals Game: 28, at Wake Forest (11/17/08) Season: 332 (1993) Fewest Steals Game: 1, vs. Arizona (12/4/04) Season: 247 (2011-12) Fewest Opponent Steals Game: 1, vs. Delaware (12/5/04), at UC Irvine (12/21/08) Season: 222 (2011) Most Blocks Game: 11, vs. NC Central (12/19/12) Season: 138 (2009) Most Opponent Blocks Game: 13, at Clemson (12/30/98), vs. Elon (1/13/10) Season: 137 (2012-13) Fewest Blocks Season: 35 (1999) Fewest Opponent Blocks Season: 46 (1993)

Highest Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000 (13-13), vs. Liberty (1/23/92); (11-11), vs. Campbell (1/29/92), (10-10) vs. NC Central (12/19/12), (9-9) vs. Wofford (2/19/07) Season: .723 (370-512, 1992)

Most Points Half: 58, vs. Providence (12/21/94), vs. Radford (1/13/97) Game: 104 vs. Coastal Carolina (1/11/97) Season: 2,236 (1995)

Highest Opponent Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000 (9-9) vs. Michigan State (12/17/91) Season: .711 (349-491, 1999)

Most Opponent Points Half: 72, at Kent State (12/29/93) Game: 119 at Kent State (12/29/93) Season: 2,124 (2012-13)

Lowest Free Throw Percentage Game: .182, (2-11) at Chattanooga, 2/10/03 Season: .601 (331-551, 2009) Lowest Opponent Free Throw Percentage Season: .635 (329-518, 1998)

Fewest Points Half: 11, at West Virginia (11/19/04) Game: 27, at Wake Forest (11/17/08) Season: 1,438 (2011-12)

Most Total Rebounds Game: 62, vs. Towson (1/22/95) Season: 1,318 (1995)

Fewest Opponent Points Half: 11, vs. ETSU (3/2/01) Game: 35, at Elon (1/21/06) Season: 1,727 (2003)

Most Opponent Total Rebounds Game: 58, at Furman (1/8/97) Season: 1,316 (2012-13)

Highest Scoring Average Season: 77.8 (2,100 points, 27 games, 1992)

Fewest Total Rebounds Game: 19, at Maryland (12/29/07) Season: 1,007 (2011-12)

Fewest Opponent 3-Point Field Goals Made Season: 70 (1993)

Fewest Opponent Total Rebounds Game: 19, vs. Charleston Southern (3/5/94) Season: 959 (1992)

Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted Game: 31, vs. Radford (1/13/97) Season: 552 (2000)

Highest Rebounding Average Season: 42.7 (1,239 rebounds, 29 games, 1997)

Highest Opponent Scoring Average Season: 71.7 (1,937 points, 27 games, 1992) Lowest Scoring Average Season: 49.6 (1,438 points, 29 games, 2011-12) Lowest Opponent Scoring Average Season: 59.7 (1,791 points, 30 games, 2001) Largest Margin of Victory 57 points (99-42 vs. South Carolina State, 1/4/97)


individual career records (Division i era) 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, 2005-09 120, Monique Floyd, 2007-11

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

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

.649 (122-188), Jana Henderson, 1992 .596 (295-495), Jana Henderson, 1988-92 .588 (386-656), Vickie Henson, 1992-93

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

77, Jasmine Byrd, 2007 193, Jasmine Byrd, 2003-07

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 15, Sam Ferguson at Charleston Southern, 1/27/96 Season:

208, Jasmine Byrd, 2007

Career:

677, Jasmine Byrd, 2003-07

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: (5-5), Sadie Ochs vs. Liberty, 1/28/97 (5-5), Amanda Eaton at Wofford, 12/30/04 Season:

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

Career:

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

FREE THROWS MADE Game: 15, Melinda Goodson vs Davidson, 2/27/99 Season:

138, Melinda Goodson, 1999

Career: 385, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 19, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell, 12/30/97 Season:

194, Melinda Goodson, 1997

Career:

568, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (14-14), Amanda Eaton vs. College of Charleston, 2/9/04 Season:

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

Career:

.810 (102-126), Serena King, 1993-96

Career:

121, Rebecca Viverette, 1994-98

DOUBLE-DOUBLES Season: 9, Melinda Goodson, 1997 9, Janae’ Stevenson, 2014 Career:

24, Melinda Goodson, 1996-00

POINTS SCORED Game: 38, Anna Parker vs. Wake Forest, 2/12/79 36, Vickie Henson vs. Towson, 3/12/93 Season:

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

Career:

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

SCORING AVERAGE Season: 21.8 ppg, Rita Wiggs, 1975 17.8 ppg, Melinda Goodson, 1999 Career:

18.5 ppg, Rita Wiggs, 1971-75 16.7 ppg, Vickie Henson, 1993-94

REBOUNDS Game: 25, Renee Coltrane vs. Christopher Newport, 2/8/85 Season: 379, Renee Coltrane, 1985 256, Julie Moore, 1995 Career:

1,211, Renee Coltrane, 1981-85 804, Janae’ Stevenson, 2013-14

REBOUNDING AVERAGE Season: 13.5 rpg, Renee Coltrane, 1985 8.9 rpg, Julie Moore, 1996 Career:

10.7, Renee Coltrane, 1981-85 7.4, Melinda Goodson, 1997-00

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

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

Career:

574, Wendy Engelmann, 1981-85 444, Samika Foster, 1998-02

STEALS Game:

12, Ruby Smith at Greensboro, 12/9/86 11, Kristen Boone vs. UNCW, 11/12/06

Season:

121, Kristen Boone, 2005

Career:

315, Kristen Boone, 2004-09

BLOCKS Game: 7, Rebecca Viverette vs. Wofford, 2/16/98 Season:

53, Agne Girstautaite, 2009

Angie Polk

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


individual career records GAMES PLAYED 1. Natalie Conner (1982-87)..........................122 2. Gini Grimsley (2005-09)............................120 Monique Floyd (2007-11)..........................120 4. Julia Weaver (1984-88)...............................119 5. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)........................118 Samika Foster (1998-02)............................118 7. Jasmine Dixon (2004-08)...........................117 Cheryl Carter (1984-88)............................117 Biz Brediger (1994-98)...............................117 10. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)..............116 Jacinda Lambert (2000-04)........................116 Jasmine Byrd (2003-07).............................116 Janae’ Stevenson (2013-14)........................116 GAMES PLAYED (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Gini Grimsley (2005-09)............................120 Monique Floyd (2007-11)..........................120 3. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)........................118 Samika Foster (1998-02)............................118 5. Biz Brediger (1994-98)...............................117 Jasmine Dixon (2004-08)...........................117 7. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)..............116 Jacinda Lambert (2000-04)........................116 Jasmine Byrd (2003-07).............................116 Janae’ Stevenson (2013-14..........................116 10. Sadie Ochs (1994-98).................................115 Rebecca Viverette (1994-98)......................115 Kendra Smith (2007-11)............................115 ALL-TIME 1,000-POINT SCORERS 1. Angie Polk (1985-89)..............................1,585 2. Melinda Goodson (1996-00)..................1,464 3. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).....................1,417 4. Renee Coltrane (1981-85).......................1,378 5. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85)................1,368 6. Rita Wiggs (1971-75)...............................1,347 7. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)...........1,252 8. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07)..........................1,228 9. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04).....................1,227 10. Alisa Moore (1992-96)............................1,222 11. Natalie Conner (1982-87).......................1,217 12. Samika Foster (1998-02).........................1,212 13. Jody Mangus (1979-83)...........................1,192 14. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84).................1,127 15. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98)...................1,124 Cathy Strange (1974-78).........................1,124 17. Ruby Smith (1983-87).............................1,115 18. Julie Moore (1992-96).............................1,099 Monique Floyd (2007-11).......................1,099 20. Biz Brediger (1994-98)............................1,097 21. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14).....................1,088 22. Julie Bright (1988-92)..............................1,036 23. Marie Cawley (1979-83)..........................1,021 TOP 10 ALL-TIME LEADING SCORERS (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00)..................1,464 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).....................1,417 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)...........1,252 4. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07)..........................1,228 5. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04).....................1,227 6. Alisa Moore (1992-96)............................1,222 7. Samika Foster (1998-02).........................1,212 8. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98)...................1,124 9. Julie Moore (1992-96).............................1,099 Monique Floyd (2007-11).......................1,099 10. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14).....................1,088 SCORING AVERAGE 1. Rita Wiggs (1971-75)...............................18.45 2. Vickie Henson (1992-94)........................16.67 3. Melinda Goodson (1996-00)..................15.57 4. Jody Mangus (1979-83)...........................14.36 5. Angie Polk (1985-89)..............................13.78

6. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84).................13.26 8. Lucy Mason (2012-pr.)............................12.90 8. Gail White (1990-92)...............................12.79 9. Renee Coltrane (1981-85).......................12.19 10. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85)................12.11

Marie Cawley (1979-83).................................1,070 9. Melinda Goodson (1996-00)..................1,026 10. Samika Foster (1998-02).........................1,022 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07)..........................1,309 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).....................1,122 3. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04).....................1,088 4. Melinda Goodson (1996-00)..................1,026 5. Samika Foster (1998-02).........................1,022

SCORING AVERAGE (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Vickie Henson (1992-94)........................16.67 2. Melinda Goodson (1996-00)..................15.57 3. Gail White (1990-92)...............................12.79 4. Lucy Mason (2012-pr.)............................12.50 4. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).....................12.01

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 FGM) 1. Jana Henderson (1988-92)..... .596 (295-495) 2. Vickie Henson (1992-94)....... .588 (386-656) 3. Shawne Frazier (1983-84)...... .587 (118-201) 4. Alisa Moore (1992-96)........... .584 (475-814) 5. Chris Holec (1986-90)............ .568 (350-616) 6. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84)..542 (494-912) 7. Karen Jordan (1986-90)......... .542 (295-544) 8. Julie Bright (1991-93)............. .541 (438-809) 9. Kymm Elliott (1990-92)......... .535 (239-447) 10. Renee Coltrane (1981-85)... .534 (536-1,003)

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Angie Polk (1985-89).................................667 2. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85)...................601 3. Renee Coltrane (1981-85)..........................536 4. Melinda Goodson (1996-00).....................536 5. Natalie Conner (1982-87)..........................527 6. Jody Mangus (1979-83)..............................509 7. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)........................500 8. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84)....................494 9. Ruby Smith (1983-87)................................494 10. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04)........................478

FG PERCENTAGE (min. 100 FGM) - DIVISION I ERA 1. Vickie Henson (1992-94)....... .588 (386-656) 2. Alisa Moore (1992-96)........... .584 (475-814) 3. Julie Bright (1991-93)............. .541 (438-809) 4. Kymm Elliott (1990-92)......... .535 (239-447) 5. Biz Brediger (1994-98)........... .524 (442-844)

FIELD GOALS MADE (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-00).....................536 2. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)........................500 3. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04)........................478 4. Alisa Moore (1992-96)...............................475 5. Biz Brediger (1994-98)...............................442 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85)................1,313 2. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07)..........................1,309 3. Angie Polk (1985-89)..............................1,269 4. Natalie Conner (1982-87).......................1,148 5. Jody Mangus (1979-83)...........................1,123 6. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02).....................1,122 7. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04).....................1,088

8.

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07).............................193 2. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)..........................169 Amanda Leigh (2007-11)...........................169 4. Sam Ferguson (1995-98)............................135 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)..............123 6. Gini Grimsley (2005-09)............................115 7. Samika Foster (1998-02).............................. 96 8. Sadie Ochs (1994-98)................................... 87 9. Belinda Goodson (1996-00)........................ 83 10. Beth Durrill (1987-91)................................. 81 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (DIVISION I ERA) 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07).............................193 2. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)..........................169 Amanda Leigh (2007-11)...........................169 4. Sam Ferguson (1995-98)............................135 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)..............123

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 fifth in games played and appears in several other categories.


3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07 )............................677 2. Amanda Leigh (2007-11)...........................553 3. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)..........................517 4. Sam Ferguson (1995-98)............................446 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 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 1. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07 )............................677 2. Amanda Leigh (2007-11)...........................553 3. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)..........................517 4. Sam Ferguson (1995-98)............................446 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)..............357 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 100) 1. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04)...... .387 (41-106) 3. Micky Haywood (1989-93)...... .367 (65-177) 4. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98).... .361 (70-194) 5. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)...... .358 (76-212) 6. Sadie Ochs (1994-98)............... .347 (87-251) 7. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)..345 (123-357) 8. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)...... .327 (169-517) 9. Beth Durrill (1987-91)............. .329 (81-246) 10. Stephanie Johnson (1987-90).. .329 (72-219) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 100) - DI ERA 1. Jacinda Lambert (2000-04)...... .387 (41-106) 2. Micky Haywood (1989-93)...... .367 (65-177) 3. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98).... .361 (70-194) 4. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)...... .358 (76-212) 5. Sadie Ochs (1994-98)............... .347 (87-251) 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. Monique Floyd (2007-11)..........................255 8. Angie Polk (1985-89).................................250 Samika Foster (1998-02)............................250 10. Julie Moore (1992-96)................................237 FREE THROWS MADE - D1 ERA 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. Monique Floyd (2007-11)..........................416 7. Kristen Boone (2004-09)............................408 8. Angie Polk (1985-89).................................398 9. Julie Moore (1992-96)................................386 10. Samika Foster (1998-02)............................349 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 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. Monique Floyd (2007-11)..........................416

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 100 FTA) 1. Serena King (1993-96)........... .810 (102-126) 2. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)..... .806 (175-217) 3. Gail White (1990-92)............ .801 (181-226) 4. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98). .790 (226-286) Kemena Brooks (2004-08).... .790 (147-186) 6. Mickey Haywood (1989-93). .787 (140-178) 7. Denise Mannon (1985-88).... .772 (122-158) 8. Kristen Boone (2004-09)....... .767 (313-408) 9. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07 )........ .733 (201-264) 10. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85)..758 (166-219) Natalie Conner (1982-87)..... .758 (163-215) FREE THROW PCT. (min. 100) - D1 ERA 1. Serena King (1993-96)........... .810 (102-126) 2. Amanda Eaton (2001-05)..... .806 (175-217) 3. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98). .790 (226-286) Kemena Brooks (2004-08).... .790 (147-186) 5. Mickey Haywood (1989-93). .787 (140-178) TOTAL REBOUNDS 1. Renee Coltrane (1981-85)...................... 1,211 2. Angie Polk (1985-89).............................. 1,002 3. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14)....................... 804 4. Julie Moore (1992-96)............................... 799 5. Alisa Moore (1992-96).............................. 740 6. Melinda Goodson (1996-00).................... 694 7. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)....................... 687 8. Chris Holec (1986-90)............................... 662 9. Michelle Blazevich (1981-84)................... 657 10. Sandi Reid (1998-02)................................. 592 TOTAL REBOUNDS - D1 ERA 1. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14)....................... 804 2. Julie Moore (1992-96)............................... 799 3. Alisa Moore (1992-96).............................. 740 4. Melinda Goodson (1996-00).................... 694 5. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)....................... 687 STEALS 1. Kristen Boone (2004-09)........................... 315 2. Samika Foster (1998-02)........................... 279 3. Angie Polk (1985-89).............................. * 260 4. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)............. 242 5. Ruby Smith (1983-87)............................^ 230 6. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07)............................. 212 7. Lakiah Hyson (2006-10)........................... 198 8. Stephanie Johnson (1987-90)................... 194 9. Monique Floyd (2007-11)......................... 190 10. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)....................... 177

#Total does not include 1979-80 season *Total does not include 1985-86 season ASSISTS - D1 ERA 1. Samika Foster (1998-02)........................... 444 2. Jo Zerger (1990-94).................................... 431 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)............. 420 4. Jai Cole (1993-97)...................................... 367 5. Kristen Boone (2004-09)........................... 321 BLOCKS 1. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14)....................... 126 2. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98)..................... 121 3. Agne Girstautaite (2006-10)..................... 108 4. Meghan Chamberlain (2004-08 )............... 91 5. Gini Grimsley (2005-09)............................. 81 6. Sandi Reid (1998-02)................................... 73 7. Angie Polk (1985-89)................................ * 69 8. Alisa Moore (1992-96)................................ 57 9. Lindsey Reed (2000-04).............................. 50 10. Kendra Smith (2007-11)............................. 48 *Total does not include two games from 1985-86 season (12/6/85 and 2/18/86) BLOCKS - D1 ERA 1. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14)....................... 126 2. Rebecca Viverette (1994-98)..................... 121 3. Agne Girstautaite (2006-10)..................... 108 4. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-pr.)....................... 105 5. Meghan Chamberlain (2004-08 )............... 91 6. Gini Grimsley (2005-09)............................. 81 DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Melinda Goodson (1997-00)...................... 24 2. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-14)......................... 20 3. Alisa Moore (1992-96)................................ 18 4. Julie Moore (1992-96)................................. 16 5. Brianne Dodgen (1998-02)......................... 13 6. KaLeah Latham (2002-06).......................... 11 7. Vickie Henson (1990-94).............................. 8 8. Biz Brediger (1994-98).................................. 6 Sandi Reid (1998-02)..................................... 6

*Total does not include two games from 1985-86 season (12/6/85 and 2/18/86) ^Total does not include 29 games from 1983-86 STEALS - D1 ERA 1. Kristen Boone (2004-09)........................... 315 2. Samika Foster (1998-02)........................... 279 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)............. 242 4. Jasmine Byrd (2003-07)............................. 212 5. Lakiah Hyson (2006-10)........................... 198 ASSISTS 1. Wendy Engelmann (1981-85).................. 574 2. Ruby Smith (1983-87)............................... 480 3. Samika Foster (1998-02)........................... 444 4. Jo Zerger (1990-94).................................... 431 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1997-01)............. 420 6. Brenda Tolbert (1981-85).......................... 409 7. Jai Cole (1993-97)...................................... 367 8. Stephanie Johnson (1987-90)................... 363 9. Kristen Boone (2004-09)........................... 321 10. Monique Floyd (2007-11)......................... 284

Amanda Eaton

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


individual single-season 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 - D1 ERA 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) - D1 ERA 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 - D1 ERA 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. Lucy Mason (2012-13)........................................409 5. Wendy Engelmann (1983-84)............................394 6. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07).......................................392 7. Natalie Conner (1985-86)...................................378 8. Jody Mangus (1979-80).......................................372 9. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98)...............................368

10. Gini Grimsley (2008-09).....................................364 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 1. Lucy Mason (2012-13)........................................409 2. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07).......................................392 3. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98)...............................368 4. Gini Grimsley (2008-09).....................................364 5. Melinda Goodson (1998-99)..............................351 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 att.) 1. Jana Henderson (1991-92).............. .649 (122-188) 2. Chris Holec (1987-88)..................... .629 (163-259) 3. Alisa Moore (1994-95).................... .609 (184-302) 4. Karen Jordan (1987-88)..................... .607 (91-150) 5. Michele Blazevich (1981-82).......... .598 (147-246) 6. Jennifer Hart (2001-02)..................... .596 (81-136) 7. Vickie Henson (1993-94)................ .590 (187-317) 8. Julie Bright (1988-89)........................ .588 (67-114) 9. Vickie Henson (1992-93)................ .587 (199-339) 10. Shawne Frazier (1983-84)............... .587 (118-201) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100) - D1 ERA 1. Jana Henderson (1991-92).............. .649 (122-188) 2. Alisa Moore (1994-95).................... .609 (184-302) 3. Jennifer Hart (2001-02)..................... .596 (81-136) 4. Vickie Henson (1993-94)................ .590 (187-317) 5. Vickie Henson (1992-93)................ .587 (199-339) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07)......................................... 77 2. Amanda Leigh (2009-10)...................................... 67 3. Sam Ferguson (1995-96)....................................... 65 4. Belinda Goodson (1999-00)................................. 57 Amanda Leigh (2010-11)...................................... 57 6. Amanda Eaton (2003-04)..................................... 51 7. Jasmine Byrd (2005-06)......................................... 49 8. Amanda Eaton (2002-03)..................................... 48 9. Gini Grimsley (2007-08)....................................... 46 10. Amanda Leigh (2008-09)...................................... 45 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07).......................................208 2. Amanda Leigh (2009-10)....................................205 3. Amanda Leigh (2008-09)....................................174 Amanda Leigh (2010-11)....................................174 5. Belinda Goodson (1999-00)...............................169 6. Jasmine Byrd (2005-06).......................................165 7. Jasmine Byrd (2004-05).......................................164 8. Sam Ferguson (1995-96).....................................163

9. Amanda Eaton (2003-04)...................................161 10. Jasmine Byrd (2003-04).......................................140 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 50) 1. Gail White (1990-91)........................... .549 (28-51) 2. Brianne Dodgen (1999-00)................. .448 (26-58) 3. Sadie Ochs (1996-97).......................... .420 (29-69) 4. Micky Haywood (1992-93)................. .415 (39-94) 5. Stephanie Johnson (1989-90)............. .407 (22-54) 6. Katie DelCampo (1998-99)................. .404 (23-57) 7. Sam Ferguson (1995-96)................... .399 (65-163) 8. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98)............... .398 (33-83) 9. Jasmine Byrd (2006-07)..................... .398 (77-208) 10. Sadie Ochs (1994-95).......................... .378 (28-74) FREE THROWS MADE 1. Melinda Goodson (1998-99)..............................138 2. Lucy Mason (2013-14) .......................................124 3. Melinda Goodson (1996-97)..............................120 4. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1998-99).......................119 5. Kristen Boone (2005-06).....................................117 6. Renee Coltrane (1984-85)...................................113 7. Alisa Moore (1994-95)........................................112 8. Gail White (1990-91)...........................................109 9. Vickie Henson (1993-94)....................................105 FREE THROWS MADE - D1 ERA 1. Melinda Goodson (1998-99)..............................138 2. Lucy Mason (2013-14)........................................124 3. Melinda Goodson (1996-97)..............................120 4. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1998-99).......................119 5. Kristen Boone (2005-06).....................................117 6. Alisa Moore (1994-95)........................................112 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-97)..............................194 2. Melinda Goodson (1998-99)..............................190 3. Renee Coltrane (1984-85)...................................183 4. Alisa Moore (1994-95)........................................179 5. Lucy Mason (2013-14..........................................171 6. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1998-99).......................166 7. Angie Polk (1987-88)...........................................152 8. Renee Coltrane (1983-84)...................................151 0. Melinda Goodson (1997-98)..............................149 10. Vickie Henson (1992-93)....................................147

Gail White and Julie Bright

Gail White (ball) and Julie Bright played together from 1990-92. Eighteen 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 67for-114 in 1988-89 (58.8 percent).


5. Angie Polk (1987-88)...........................................285 6. Renee Coltrane (1981-82)...................................280 7. Shannon Young (1990-91)..................................265 8. Julie Moore (1994-95).........................................256 9. Michele Blazevich (1982-83)..............................252 10. Chris Holec (1987-88).........................................244 REBOUNDS - D1 ERA 1. Julie Moore (1994-95).........................................256 2. Janae’ Stevenson (2013-14).................................237 3. Melinda Goodson (1996-97)..............................235 4. Alisa Moore (1994-95)........................................231 5. Alisa Moore (1995-96)........................................227 OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Shannon Young (1990-91)..................................108 2. Melinda Goodson (1996-97)..............................105 3. Janae’ Stevenson (2013-14).................................102 4. Alisa Moore (1995-96).......................................... 97 5. Julie Moore (1994-95)........................................... 91 6. Biz Brediger (1997-98).......................................... 88 7. Julie Moore (1993-94)........................................... 87 8. Melinda Goodson (1997-98)................................ 87 9. Julie Moore (1995-96)........................................... 83 10. Biz Brediger (1996-97).......................................... 82

STEALS - D1 ERA 1. Kristen Boone (2004-05).....................................121 2. Kristen Boone (2005-06).....................................101 3. Kristen Boone (2006-07)....................................... 87 4. Tina Wilson (1992-93).......................................... 79 5. Samika Foster (1999-00)....................................... 78 BLOCKS 1. Agne Girstautaite (2008-09)................................. 53 2. Rebecca Viverette (1997-98)................................. 49 3. Rebecca Viverette (1996-97)................................. 43 4. Janae’ Stevenson (2011-12)................................... 38 5. Janae’ Stevenson (2010-11)................................... 36 6. Meghan Chamberlain (2005-06)......................... 35 Agne Girstautaite (2009-10)................................. 35 7. Mariah Wilson (2013-14)..................................... 32 NOTE: Block totals for 1979-80 & 1981-86 not available

NOTE: Offensive rebound totals for 1981-88 not available

ChoRhonda Gwaltney

ChoRhonda Gwaltney finished her career third on UNCG’s single-season free throws made list with 119 in 1998-99. She later served as an assistant coach for the Spartans. FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 1. Melinda Goodson (1996-97)..............................194 2. Melinda Goodson (1998-99)..............................190 3. Alisa Moore (1994-95)........................................179 4. Lucy Mason (2013-14)........................................171 5. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (1998-99).......................166 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. Jazmine Missouri (2013-14)............... .840 (42-50) 7. Denise Mannon (1987-88).................. .828 (53-64) 8. Jasmine Byrd (2004-05)....................... .818 (81-99) 9. Gail White (1991-92)........................... .809 (72-89) 10. Jacinda Lambert (2003-04)............... .806 (87-108) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50) - D1 ERA 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. Jazmine Missouri (2013-14)............... .840 (42-50) 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) 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

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS 1. Julie Moore (1994-95).........................................165 2. Alisa Moore (1994-95)........................................159 3. Shannon Young (1990-91)..................................157 4. Brianne Dodgen (2000-01).................................153 5. Gini Grimsley (2008-09).....................................146 6. Vickie Henson (1993-94)....................................141 7. KaLeah Latham (2006-07)..................................138 8. Janae’ Stevenson (2013-14).................................135 9. Vickie Henson (1992-93)....................................133 ASSISTS 1. Wendy Engelmann (1983-84)............................170 2. Ruby Smith (1986-87).........................................153 3. Jai Cole (1994-95)................................................148 4. Stephanie Johnson (1987-88).............................146 5. Ruby Smith (1985-86).........................................144 6. Wendy Engelmann (1981-82)............................140 7. Brenda Tolbert (1982-83)....................................139 8. Wendy Engelmann (1984-85)............................134 9. Wendy Engelmann (1982-83)............................130 10. Brenda Tolbert (1983-84)....................................130 NOTE: Assists totals for 1979-80 & 1985-86 not available ASSISTS - D1 ERA 1. Jai Cole (1994-95)................................................148 2. Jo Zerger (1991-92)..............................................122 3. Julie Moore (1994-95).........................................122 4. Kristen Boone (2005-06).....................................122 5. Katrina Smith (1997-98).....................................121 STEALS 1. Kristen Boone (2004-05).....................................121 2. Kristen Boone (2005-06).....................................101 3. Ruby Smith (1986-87)........................................... 95 4. Angie Polk (1986-87)............................................. 91 5. Kristen Boone (2006-07)....................................... 87 6. Stephanie Johnson (1987-88)............................... 83 7. Tina Wilson (1992-93).......................................... 79 8. Samika Foster (1999-00)....................................... 78 9. Irene Otamiri (2006-07)........................................ 78 10. Angie Polk (1987-88)............................................. 74 NOTE: Steals totals for 1981-86 not available

Melinda Goodson

Melinda Goodson posted UNCG’s best singleseason 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).


individual single-game records POINTS 1. 38, Anna Parker at Wake Forest..........................2/12/1979 2. 36, Rita Wiggs vs. Western Carolina.....................2/1/1974 36, Vickie Henson vs. Towson.............................3/12/1993 3. 35, Anna Parker vs. UNC Pembroke....................2/2/1979 35, Angie Polk vs. Christopher Newport...........2/28/1987 35, Angie Polk vs. N.C. Wesleyan.......................1/30/1988 6. 34, Cathy Strange vs. East Carolina....................1/18/1977 7. 33, Mary Lida Alexander vs. UNC......................2/11/1971 33, Anna Parker vs. Western Carolina...............1/20/1979 33, Anna Parker vs. Mercer..................................1/25/1979 33, Micky Haywood at Campbell........................2/13/1993 POINTS - D1 ERA 1. 36, Vickie Henson vs. Towson.............................3/12/1993 2. 33, Micky Haywood at Campbell........................2/13/1993 33, Biz Brediger at Wofford..................................1/17/1998 33, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson....................2/27/1999 33, Brianne Dodgen vs. App. State........................3/3/2000 FIELD GOALS 1. 18, Anna Parker vs. Wake Forest.........................2/12/1979 2. 15, Angie Polk at N.C. Wesleyan.........................1/30/1988 3. 14, Biz Brediger at Furman..................................2/10/1998 4. 13, eight times FIELD GOALS - D1 ERA 1. 14, Biz Brediger at Furman..................................2/10/1998 2. 13, Biz Brediger at Wofford..................................1/17/1998 13, Melinda Goodson vs. Chattanooga..............1/16/1999 13, Micky Haywood at Campbell........................2/13/1993 5. 12, Brianne Dodgen vs. Chattanooga...................3/4/2000 12, Julie Bright vs. Appalachian State.................12/4/1991 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 30, Jody Mangus vs. Bennett College.................2/14/1981 30, Wendy Engelmann vs. Buffalo State.......... 11/17/1984 3. 24, Jacinda Lambert at Elon...................................1/5/2004 4. 23, Michele Blazevich vs. Va. Wesleyan..............1/20/1984 23, Wendy Engelmann vs. Elon...........................12/4/1984 23, Angie Polk at Christopher Newport.............2/28/1987 23, Angie Polk at N.C. Wesleyan.........................1/30/1988 23 Kemena Brooks vs. Wofford..........................2/28/2008 9. 22, Brianne Dodgen at Chattanooga..................2/19/2000 22, Jai Cole at Wake Forest...................................12/7/1994 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 1. 24, Jacinda Lambert at Elon...................................1/5/2004 2. 23, Kemena Brooks vs. Wofford..........................2/28/2008 23, Lucy Mason at Liberty................................. 11/27/2012 2. 22, Brianne Dodgen at Chattanooga..................2/19/2000 22, Jai Cole at Wake Forest...................................12/7/1994 22, Jessica Collins vs. Samford...............................1/7/2013 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 made) 1. 1.000 (11-11), Melinda Goodson vs. Wofford...2/26/1999 2. .909 (10-11), Angie Polk vs. VW.........................2/14/1987 .909 (10-11), Jana Henderson at UNCA...........1/16/1992 3. .846 (11-13), Julie Moore vs. Towson................1/22/1994 4. .833 (10-12), Chris Holec at Methodist................2/4/1988 .833 (10-12), Gail White at Pitt.-Johns...............12/1/1990 .833 (10-12), Melinda Goodson vs. CSU...........1/25/1997 .833 (10-12), Ashley Current vs. Dav.................2/15/2005 8. .813 (13-16), Angie Polk at N.C. Wesleyan........2/21/1987 .813 (13-16), Julie Bright at UNCW....................2/271989 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 ) - D1 ERA 1. 1.000 (11-11), Melinda Goodson vs. Woff........2/26/1999 2. .909 (10-11), Jana Henderson at UNCA...........1/16/1992 3. .846 (11-13), Julie Moore vs. Towson................1/22/1994 4. .833 (10-12), Melinda Goodson vs. CSU...........1/25/1997 .833 (10-12), Ashley Current vs. Davidson.......2/15/2005 6. .818 (9-11), Lucy Mason at Wofford...................1/28/2013 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 7, Micky Haywood at Campbell .........................2/13/1993 2. 6, Sam Ferguson at Coastal Carolina..................1/13/1996 6, Sam Ferguson at Charleston Southern...........1/27/1996 6, Jasmine Byrd vs Providence.......................... 11/25/2007 6, Jasmine Byrd vs. Georgia Southern..................1/8/2007 6, Amanda Leigh at Elon......................................2/27/2010 6. 5, Stephanie Johnson at UC Riverside..................1/3/1990 5, Sam Ferguson vs. Illinois.............................. 11/24/1995 5, Sam Ferguson vs. Georgia Southern........... 11/29/1997 5, Sam Ferguson vs. Radford...............................1/13/1997 5, Sadie Ochs vs. Liberty......................................1/28/1997 5, Gini Gimsley at Appalachian State.............2/19/2008

5, Gini Grimsley vs. Davidson.........................1/18/2008 5, Amanda Leigh vs. Furman.............................. 1/10/2009 5, Amanda Leigh at Ohio State..........................11/25/2009 5, Amanda Leigh at Wofford.................................. 1/8/2010 5, Amanda Leigh at Miami................................11/27/2010 5, Amanda Leigh at Morgan State....................... 12/1/2010 5, Amanda Leigh vs. Radford............................12/11/2010 5, Amanda Leigh vs. Appalachian State............. 1/22/2011 5, Amanda Leigh vs. Col. of Charleston............. 2/12/2011 5, Jessica Collins at Chattanooga......................... 2/11/2013 5, Lucy Mason vs. Florida State.........................12/22/2012

Free Throw Percentage (min. eight) - DI-ERA 1. 1.000 (14-14), Amanda Eaton vs. CofC............... 2/9/2004 2. 1.000 (11-11), Samika Foster vs. Char..............11/20/2000 3. 1.000 (9-9), Melinda Goodson at CCU ....... 2/8/1997 4. 1.000 (9-9), Kristen Boone at GSU............... 1/9/2006 1.000 (9-9), Lakiah Hyson vs. Elon............. 1/13/2010 6. 1.000 (8-8), Jai Cole vs. Holy Cross ............. 1/1/1995 1.000 (8-8), Lakiah Hyson vs. HPU.......... 11/24/2008 1.000 (8-8), Monique Floyd vs. ASU.......... 2/23/2009 1.000 (8-8), Jazz Weaver at App. State........ 2/11/2012 1.000 (8-8), Bre Patterson vs. Richmond... 12/8/2012

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 15, Sam Ferguson at Charleston So. ................... 1/27/1996 2. 14, Jasmine Byrd vs. Wofford............................... 2/19/2007 14, Amanda Leigh vs. Morgan State.................11/14/2009 4. 13, Beth Durrill at Virginia State......................... 1/31/1991 13, Amanda Leigh at Wofford............................... 1/8/2010 6. 12, Sam Ferguson at Coastal Carolina ............... 1/13/1996 12, Jasmine Byrd vs. Providence.......................11/25/2006 12, Breonna Patterson vs. App. State.................... 1/9/2012 12, Jessica Collins vs. Samford............................... 1/7/2013 8. 11, Sam Ferguson vs. Radford ............................ 1/13/1997 11, Sam Ferguson at Appalachian State ............... 2/7/1998 11, Belinda Goodson vs. Wofford ...................... 1/11/1999 11, Belinda Goodson at St. Mary’s ...................11/26/1999 11, Jasmine Byrd vs. Delaware............................. 12/5/2004 11, Amanda Leigh at Davidson............................. 2/9/2009 11, Amanda Leigh vs. Davidson............................ 2/6/2010 11, Amanda Leigh at Elon.................................... 2/27/2010 11, Amanda Leigh vs. Eastern Illinois..............11/26/2010 11, Amanda Leigh at Davidson.........................12/31/2010 11, Amanda Leigh vs. Col. of Charleston.......... 2/12/2011

REBOUNDS 1. 25, Renee Coltrane vs. CNU.......................... 2/8/1985 2. 24, Renee Coltrane vs. CNU.......................... 1/8/1985 3. 22, Sandra Lemon vs. Wingate.................. 11/27/1979 22, Renee Coltrane vs. Rust........................... 3/4/1983 5. 20, Renee Coltrane vs. CNU........................ 1/21/1984 20, Angie Polk vs. Liberty............................ 2/18/1987 7. 19, Renee Coltrane vs. Va. Wesleyan.......... 1/20/1984 19, Renee Coltrane vs. N.C. Wesleyan........ 1/28/1984 19, Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina ...... 12/31/1994 19, Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville ........... 1/17/1996

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. five made) 1. 1.000 (5-5), Sadie Ochs vs. Liberty .................... 1/28/1997 2. 1.000 (5-5), Amanda Eaton at Wofford............12/30/2004 3. .875 (7-8), Micky Haywood at Campbell .......... 2/13/1993 4. .833 (5-6), Gini Grimsley vs. Davidson.............. 1/18/2008 .833 (5-6), Jessica Collins at Chattanooga.......... 2/11/2013 5. .714 (5-7), Stephanie Johnson at UCR.................. 1/3/1990 .714 (5-7), Belinda Goodson vs. ASU .................. 1/5/2000 .714 (5-7), Jasmine Byrd vs. Davidson............... 2/15/2005

ASSISTS 1. 13, Brenda Tolbert vs. St. Andrews............. 2/14/1984 2. 12, Ruby Smith at N.C. Wesleyan................ 2/15/1986 12, Jo Zerger vs. Winthrop .......................... 2/17/1993 4. 11, Ruby Smith at Methodist......................... 2/3/1986 11, Stephanie Johnson vs. Longwood......... 1/14/1989 11, Stephanie Johnson at UC Riverside........ 1/3/1990 11, Kristen Boone vs. Chattanooga............... 1/2/2006 8. 10, Brenda Tolbert vs. Greensboro ............ 1/26/1984 10, Brenda Tolbert vs. N.C. Wesleyan........ 1/28/1984 10, Wendy Engelmann vs. St. Andrews...... 2/24/1984 10, Ruby Smith vs. Centre.............................. 3/6/1987 10, Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina ...... 12/31/1994 10, Jai Cole at UNC Asheville ..................... 1/14/1995 10, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. CofC ......... 12/29/1999 10, Kristen Boone vs. Elon........................... 1/20/2006

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 15, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson ................... 2/27/1999 2. 14, Renee Coltrane vs. CNU.................................. 2/8/1985 14, Amanda Eaton vs. Charleston ........................ 2/9/2004 3. 13, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Davidson ............. 1/9/1999 4. 12, Sadie Ochs vs. UNC Asheville ...................... 2/28/1995 12, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell .................12/30/1997 6. 11, Stephanie Johnson at N.C. Central................. 2/1/1990 11, Donna Snead vs. St. Augustine’s...................... 2/6/1990 11, Kymm Elliott vs. Austin Peay .....................12/29/1991 11, Samika Foster vs. Charlotte ........................11/20/2000 11. Janae’ Stevenson vs. Norfolk State...............12/15/2012 FREE THROWS MADE - D1 ERA 1. 15, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson ................... 2/27/1999 2. 14, Amanda Eaton vs. Charleston ........................ 2/9/2004 3. 13, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Davidson ............. 1/9/1999 4. 12, Sadie Ochs vs. UNC Asheville ...................... 2/28/1995 12, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell .................12/30/1997 Free Throws Attempted 1. 19, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell .................12/30/1997 2. 18, Renee Coltrane vs. Buffalo State.................11/17/1984 18, Kymm Elliott vs. Austin Peay .....................12/29/1991 4. 17, Donna Snead vs. St. Augustine’s...................... 2/6/1990 5. 16, Renee Coltrane vs. CNU.................................. 2/8/1985 16, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson ................... 2/27/1999 7. 15, Renee Coltrane vs. VCU................................ 2/17/1984 15, Shannon Young vs. Norfolk State...............12/31/1990 15, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Davidson ............. 1/9/1999 14, Sadie Ochs vs. UNC Asheville ...................... 2/28/1995 Free Throws Attempted - D1 ERA 1. 19, Melinda Goodson vs. Campbell..................12/30/1997 2. 18, Kymm Elliott vs. Austin Peay......................12/29/1991 3. 16, Melinda Goodson vs. Davidson.................... 2/27/1999 4. 15, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. Davidson.............. 1/9/1999 5. 14, Sadie Ochs vs. UNC Asheville....................... 2/28/1995 14, Melinda Goodson vs. Liberty........................ 1/28/1997 14, Jennifer Hart at Appalachian State............... 1/26/2002 14, Amanda Eaton vs. CofC................................... 2/9/2004

REBOUNDS - D1 ERA 1. 19, Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina ...... 12/31/1994 19, Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville ........... 1/17/1996 3. 17, Kymm Elliott vs. Austin Peay ............. 12/29/1991 17, Alisa Moore vs. Liberty ......................... 2/23/1993 17, Alisa Moore vs. Radford ........................ 3/12/1994 17, Julie Moore at Winthrop ......................... 2/8/1995 17, Alisa Moore at Radford ......................... 3/11/1995 17, Julie Moore at Radford .......................... 2/29/1996

ASSISTS - D1 ERA 1. 12, Jo Zerger vs. Winthrop .......................... 2/17/1993 2. 11, Kristen Boone vs. Chattanooga............... 1/2/2006 3. 10, Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina ...... 12/31/1994 10, Jai Cole at UNC Asheville ..................... 1/14/1995 10, ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. CofC ......... 12/29/1999 10, Kristen Boone vs. Elon........................... 1/20/2006 STEALS 1. 12, Ruby Smith at Greensboro College...... 12/9/1986 2. 11, Kristen Boone vs. UNC Wilmington.11/12/2006 3. 9, Stephanie Johnson vs. UNC Pembroke.... 2/2/1989 9, Kristen Boone vs. Furman......................... 2/4/2006 5. 8, seven players STEALS - D1 ERA 1. 11, Kristen Boone vs. UNC Wilmington.11/12/2006 2. 9, Kristen Boone vs. Furman......................... 2/4/2006 3. 8, Melinda Goodson at Elon ....................... 12/2/1998 8, Samika Foster at Wofford ........................ 2/12/1999 8, Kristen Boone at Georgia Southern.......... 2/5/2005 8, Kristen Boone vs. Western Carolina....... 2/12/2005 8, Kristen Boone at Georgia Southern.......... 1/9/2006 BLOCKS 1. 7, Rebecca Viverette vs. Wofford ................ 2/16/1998 2. 6, Angie Polk at Christopher Newport....... 1/25/1987 6, Agne Girstautaite vs. Appalachian State.2/23/2009 4. 5, Sue Reep vs. Davidson.............................. 1/12/1981 5, Rebecca Viverette vs. Radford .................. 2/7/1996 5, Rebecca Viverette at Liberty ................... 2/20/1997 5, Rebecca Viverette vs. Chattanooga ........ 2/21/1998 5, Rebecca Viverette at CSU ........................ 2/22/1997 5, Meghan Chamberlain vs. UNCA.......... 11/24/2007 5, Agne Girstautaite vs. Elon........................ 2/27/2009 5, Agne Girstautaite vs. W. Carolina............. 3/4/2010


Season-by-season team 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 25 (4-25).....................................2011-12 24 (7-24).....................................2007-08 23 (8-23).....................................2012-13 23 (7-23).....................................2013-14 20 (1-20).....................................1978-79 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 (First Season in Fleming Gymnnasium 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 11 (5-11).....................................2012-13 10 (4-10).....................................2007-08 10 (2-10).....................................2011-12 9 (0-9).........................................1978-79 9 (6-9).........................................2013-14 ROAD LOSSES 13 (2-13).....................................2011-12 12 (2-12).....................................2007-08 12 (3-12).....................................2009-10 12 (1-12).....................................2013-14 11 (2-11).....................................2003-04 10 (2-10).....................................2012-13 WINNING STREAK 24.................................................1986-87 20.................................................1985-86 12.................................................1981-82 12.................................................1996-97 11.................................................1981-82 WINNING STREAK - DI ERA 12.................................................1996-97 9...................................................1992-93 9...................................................2000-01 9...................................................2001-02 8...................................................1997-98 LOSING STREAK 14.................................................1978-79 10.................................................2009-10 9.................................... 2011-12 (Twice) 9...................................................2012-13 8...................................................1976-77 7...................................................1974-75 7...................................................2007-08

7...................................................2008-09 LOSING STREAK - D1 ERA 10.................................................2009-10 9.................................... 2011-12 (Twice) 9...................................................2012-13 7...................................................2007-08 7...................................................2008-09 6...................................................2007-08 HOME WINNING STREAK 32......................... 12/6/1986-2/14/1989 14........................... 2/9/1982-2/18/1983 13........................... 1/21/1984-2/2/1985 13........................... 2/2/1997-1/22/1999 12......................... 12/3/1985-2/18/1986 HOME WINNING STREAK - D1 ERA 13........................... 2/2/1997-1/22/1999 12........................... 2/2/1998-1/22/1999 10......................... 11/20/2001-2/2/2002 10................................2/24/06-12/20/06 9........................... 1/6/1993-12/18/1993 POINTS 2,827............................................1987-88 2,516............................................1986-87 2,364............................................1983-84 2,353............................................1990-91 2,275............................................1984-85 POINTS - D1 ERA 2,236............................................1994-95 2,194............................................1996-97 2,190............................................1997-98 2,162............................................2001-02 2,100............................................1991-92 POINTS PER GAME 85.7..............................................1987-88 83.9..............................................1986-87 81.5..............................................1983-84 81.3..............................................1984-85 80.5..............................................1989-90 POINTS PER GAME - D1 ERA 77.8..............................................1991-92 75.7..............................................1996-97 74.0..............................................1998-99 73.8..............................................1995-96 73.0..............................................1997-98 FIELD GOALS 1,140............................................1987-88 1,044............................................1986-87 993...............................................1983-84 964...............................................1981-82 960...............................................1984-85 FIELD GOALS - D1 ERA 844...............................................1991-92 813...............................................1993-94 806...............................................2001-02 804...............................................1992-93 801...............................................1994-95 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 2,283............................................1987-88 2,148............................................1986-87 2,083............................................1983-84 2,063............................................1984-85 2,040............................................1982-83 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - D1 ERA 1,857............................................2001-02 1,851............................................2000-01

1,844............................................2013-14 1,840............................................2008-09 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .503 (844-1679).........................1991-92 .499 (1140-2283).......................1987-88 .496 (813-1640).........................1993-94 .486 (1044-2148).......................1986-87 .485 (964-1989).........................1981-82 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE. - D1 ERA .503 (844-1679).........................1991-92 .496 (813-1640).........................1993-94 .473 (804-1698).........................1992-93 .444 (801-1804).........................1994-95 .443 (715-1614).........................1998-99 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 167...............................................1999-00 160...............................................2009-10 146...............................................2006-07 139...............................................1996-97 138...............................................2010-11 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 552...............................................2009-10 535...............................................1999-00 489...............................................2008-09 480...............................................2010-11 445...............................................2006-07 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .406 (56-138)..............................1989-90 .377 (55-146)..............................1992-93 .365 (38-104)..............................1993-94 .358 (54-151)..............................1988-89 .354 (81-229)..............................1990-91 FREE THROWS MADE 531...............................................1994-95 527...............................................1998-99 512...............................................1987-88 487...............................................1996-97 468...............................................2004-05 FREE THROWS MADE - D1 ERA 531...............................................1994-95 527...............................................1998-99 487...............................................1996-97 468...............................................2004-05 465...............................................1995-96 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 798...............................................1994-95 770...............................................1998-99 763...............................................1996-97 760...............................................1987-88 700...............................................1995-96 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS - D1 ERA 798...............................................1994-95 770...............................................1998-99 763...............................................1996-97 700...............................................1995-96 678...............................................2013-14 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .729 (399-547)...........................1989-90 .723 (370-512)...........................1991-92 .713 (440-617)...........................1999-00 .705 (420-596)...........................2000-01 .703 (460-654)...........................1990-91 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE. - D1

ERA .723 (370-512)...........................1991-92 .713 (440-617)...........................1999-00 .705 (420-596)...........................2000-01 .700 (419-599)...........................2005-06 .692 (346-500)...........................2006-07 REBOUNDS 1,522............................................1987-88 1,425............................................1983-84 1,422............................................1986-87 1,356............................................1981-82 1,342............................................1984-85 REBOUNDS - D1 ERA 1,318............................................1994-95 1,274............................................2001-02 1,264............................................2000-01 1,239............................................1996-97 1,200............................................2008-09 ASSISTS 570...............................................1983-84 569...............................................1986-87 560...............................................1987-88 559...............................................1994-95 536...............................................1997-98 *1985-86 season not available ASSISTS - D1 ERA 559...............................................1994-95 536...............................................1997-98 528...............................................1991-92 527...............................................1993-94 525...............................................1992-93 STEALS (SINCE 1986-87) 435...............................................1986-87 435...............................................1987-88 360...............................................1990-91 353...............................................2000-01 352...............................................2004-05 STEALS - D1 ERA 353...............................................2000-01 352...............................................2004-05 350...............................................2001-02 342...............................................1999-00 336...............................................2006-07 BLOCKS (SINCE 1986-87) 138...............................................2008-09 113...............................................2007-08 101...............................................2006-07 96.................................................2005-06 90.................................................2009-10 BLOCKS - D1 ERA 138...............................................2008-09 113...............................................2007-08 101...............................................2006-07 96.................................................2005-06 90.................................................2009-10 88.................................................2013-14


SINGLE GAME TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS SCORED 1. 139 vs. Averett College................. 2/23/1988 2. 125 vs. Averett College................... 2/8/1988 3. 122 at Averett College................... 1/10/1985 4. 121 vs. N.C. Wesleyan.................. 2/20/1988 5. 120 at Averett College................... 1/16/1988 6. 116 vs. Methodist College............ 12/3/1983 116 vs. Averett College................. 12/1/1984 8. 112 vs. Averett College................. 2/24/1987 9. 110 vs. Methodist College............ 12/2/1981 10. 106 vs. N.C. Wesleyab.................. 2/16/1985 MOST POINTS SCORED - D1 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...................... 12/21/1994 5. 99 vs. South Carolina State............ 1/4/1997 6. 96 at UNC Wilmington.................. 1/6/1992 96 vs. Winthrop............................. 1/20/1996 8. 95 vs. Georgia Southern............... 2/20/1999 95 vs. Wofford................................ 2/21/1999 10. 94 vs. Radford.................................. 2/7/1996 FEWEST POINTS SCORED 1. 27 at Wake Forest........................ 11/17/2008 2. 29 at NC State.............................. 11/11/2007 29 at San Diego State.................. 12/28/2011 29 at Western Carolina................... 1/7/2012 5. 32 at High Point.............................. 2/2/1971 6. 33 vs. Chattanooga.......................... 3/7/2008 7. 34 at Wake Forest............................ 2/3/1970 34 at NC State.................................. 2/5/1979 9. 35 at North Carolina................... 11/16/2011 35 vs. Western Carolina ................ 2/4/2012 FEWEST POINTS SCORED - D1 ERA 1. 27 at Wake Forest........................ 11/17/2008 2. 29 at NC State.............................. 11/11/2007 29 at San Diego State.................. 12/28/2011 29 at Western Carolina................... 1/7/2012 3. 33 vs. Chattanooga.......................... 3/7/2008 4. 35 at North Carolina................... 11/16/2011 35 vs. Western Carolina................. 2/4/2012 6. 39 at Duke.................................... 11/18/2007 39 at West Virginia...................... 11/19/2004 MOST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 131 by NC State............................. 2/22/1979 2. 119 by Kent State......................... 12/29/1993 3. 116 by NC State........................... 11/28/1978 4. 111 by NC State............................... 2/5/1979 5. 109 by East Carolina..................... 1/29/1979 6. 104 by Richmond.......................... 12/8/2012 7. 105 by Providence....................... 12/21/1994 8. 103 by Concordia (Minn.)........... 3/18/1988 103 by North Carolina................ 11/30/2006 10. 102 by Winthrop........................... 1/27/1979 102 by N.C. Wesleyan..................... 2/9/1981 MOST POINTS ALLOWED - D1 ERA 1. 119 by Kent State......................... 12/29/1993 2. 105 by Providence....................... 12/21/1994 3. 104 by Richmond.......................... 12/8/2012 4. 103 by North Carolina................ 11/30/2006 5. 98 by Duke................................... 11/24/1996 98 by Arizona................................ 12/4/2004 7. 97 by Wake Forest......................... 12/6/1995

8. 95 by Illinois State....................... 12/22/2008 9. 94 by Alabama............................... 3/13/1998 10. 93 by College of Charleston........... 2/2/1992 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1. 21 by Wake Forest......................... 3/10/1970 21 by Bennett................................. 2/29/1972 3. 22 by Averett................................ 12/14/1985 4. 24 by Livingston............................ 2/15/1972 5. 26 by Wake Forest........................... 2/3/1970 26 by High Point........................... 1/19/1973 7. 29 by Catawba................................. 1/6/1972 8. 30 by Averett.................................... 2/8/1972 9. 31 by Averett.................................. 1/11/1972 10. 31 by Western Carolina.................. 2/9/1973 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED - D1 ERA 1. 35 by Elon...................................... 1/21/2006 2. 37 by Samford.................................. 2/2/2009 37 by Chowan.............................. 12/28/2007 4. 38 by North Carolina A&T.......... 1/19/2000 5. 39 by Elon...................................... 12/2/2008 39 by Fordham............................ 12/13/2008 39 by Maryland-Eastern Shore. 11/25/1995 39 by NC Central........................ 12/19/2012 8. 40 by Elon...................................... 1/20/2007 9. 41 by UNC Asheville.................... 2/11/1993 41 by College of Charleston..........1/29/2000 41 by Appalachian State................1/25/2005 LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 1. 100 (139-39) vs. Averett................2/23/1988 2. 84 (120-36) at Averett....................1/16/1988 3. 82 (104-22) vs. Averett................12/14/1985 4. 78 (116-38) vs. Averett..................12/1/1984 5. 74 (125-51) vs. Averett....................2/8/1988 6. 68 (110-42) vs. Methodist ............12/2/1981 7. 65 (116-51) vs. Methodist.............12/3/1983 65 (103-38) vs. Methodist.............2/15/1983 9. 63 (122-59) at Averett....................1/10/1985 10. 62 (102-40) vs. Greensboro..........12/1/1982

39 vs. East Tennessee State........... 2/16/2002 3. 38 vs. Coastal Carolina................... 2/1/1993 38 at Campbell............................... 2/13/1993 38 vs. Winthrop............................. 1/20/1996 6. 37 vs. Appalachian State............... 12/4/1991 37 at UNC Wilmington.................. 1/6/1992 37 at UNC Asheville..................... 1/16/1992 37 vs. Coastal Carolina................. 1/11/1997 37 vs. Charleston Southern.......... 1/25/1997 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 103 vs. Averett............................... 2/23/1988 2. 100 vs. Averett............................... 2/24/1987 3. 100 at Averett................................. 1/16/1988 4. 96 vs. Averett................................. 12/1/1984 96 vs. Averett................................... 2/8/1988 6. 94 at Averett................................... 2/20/1987 7. 86 vs. N.C. Wesleyan.................... 2/16/1985 8. 85 vs. Methodist.............................. 2/4/1987 9. 83 vs. Averett............................... 12/14/1985 83 at St. Andrews............................ 2/2/1987 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 1. 82 vs. East Tennessee State........... 1/20/2001 2. 79 vs. Wofford.................................. 1/9/2001 79 vs. Wofford.................................. 2/5/2001 4. 78 vs. Wofford.............................. 12/18/2010 78 at Georgia Southern................ 1/11/2014 5. 77 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson......... 12/29/1997 77 vs. College of Charleston........ 2/12/2011

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY - D1 ERA 1. 57 (99-42) vs. S.C. State...................1/4/1997 2. 48 (88-40) vs. Elon.........................1/20/2007 3. 43 (88-45) at N.C. A&T................1/16/2002 4. 41 (103-62) vs. Radford.................1/13/1997 5. 39 (80-41) at UNC Asheville........2/11/1993 39 (96-57) vs. Winthrop................1/20/1996 39 (81-42) vs. Davidson..................1/6/2001 8. 38 (104-66) vs. Coastal Carolina.. 1/11/1997 9. 37 (76-39) vs. UMES...................11/25/1995 37 (95-58) vs. Wofford...................2/21/1999 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 63 vs. Averett..................................2/23/1988 2. 54 vs. Averett....................................2/8/1988 3. 51 vs. N.C. Wesleyan.....................2/20/1988 4. 50 vs. Averett..................................12/1/1984 50 vs. N.C. Wesleyan.....................2/16/1985 50 vs. Averett..................................2/24/1987 7. 46 vs. Averett................................12/14/1985 8. 49 at Averett....................................1/10/1985 49 at Averett....................................1/16/1988 10. 48 at Averett....................................2/20/1987 FIELD GOALS MADE - D1 ERA 1. 39 vs. Coastal Carolina..................12/7/1991

Alisa Moore

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


FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .719 (41-57) vs. UNC Asheville.............. 2/11/1994 2. .660 (33-50) vs. Virginia Wesleyan........ 2/27/1988 3. .642 (43-67) vs. St. Andrews..................... 1/8/1987 4. .623 (43-69) at N.C. Wesleyan................ 2/26/1988 5. .623 (38-61) at Campbell......................... 2/13/1993 6. .622 (51-82) vs. N.C. Wesleyan.............. 2/20/1988 7. .620 (31-50) at Western Carolina........... 12/4/1999 8. .612 (63-103) vs. Averett......................... 2/23/1988 .612 (41-67) at Wofford............................. 2/9/1991 10. .611 (33-54) vs. Coastal Carolina............. 3/4/1994 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - D1 ERA 1. .623 (38-61) at Campbell......................... 2/13/1993 2. .620 (31-50) at Western Carolina........... 12/4/1999 3. .611 (33-54) vs. Coastal Carolina............. 3/4/1994 4. .608 (31-51) vs. Wofford............................ 2/8/2003 5. .604 (32-53) vs. Charleston Southern.... 2/26/1993 6. .603 (38-63) vs. Coastal Carolina............. 2/1/1993 .603 (38-63) vs. Winthrop....................... 1/20/1996 8. .600 (36-60) vs. Georgia Southern......... 2/20/1999 9. .597 (28-47) vs. Towson.......................... 1/22/1994 10 .595 (22-37) vs. Appalachian State........... 1/2/1997 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 12 vs. Illinois........................................... 11/24/1995 12 vs. Radford........................................... 1/13/1997 12 vs. Florida State................................. 12/22/2012 4. 11 at Radford.............................................. 2/4/1997 5. 10 at Georgia Southern............................. 1/7/1998 10 at Marshall......................................... 12/19/1999 10 vs. Appalachian State............................ 3/3/2000 10 vs. Appalachian State.......................... 1/30/2001 10 vs. Georgia Southern.......................... 1/25/2010 10. 9, 10 times FREE THROWS MADE 1. 37 at Elon................................................... 12/2/1998 37 vs. Davidson.......................................... 1/9/1999 3. 34 vs. Hartford........................................ 12/30/1995 34 at UNC Asheville................................ 1/16/1997 5. 33 vs. College of Charleston..................... 2/9/2004 6. 32 vs. South Carolina State....................... 1/4/1997 7. 31 vs. Greensboro College...................... 12/9/1997 31 vs. Towson............................................ 3/12/1993 9. 29 at NC Central........................................ 2/1/1990 FREE THROWS MADE (DIVISION I ERA) 1. 37 at Elon................................................... 12/2/1998 37 vs. Davidson.......................................... 1/9/1999 3. 34 vs. Hartford........................................ 12/30/1995 34 at UNC Asheville................................ 1/16/1997 5. 33 vs. College of Charleston..................... 2/9/2004 6. 32 vs. South Carolina State....................... 1/4/1997 7. 31 vs. Greensboro..................................... 12/9/1997 31 vs. Towson............................................ 3/12/1993 9. 29 vs. Charlotte....................................... 11/20/2000 10. 28 at Coastal Carolina............................... 2/8/1997 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 55 vs. Hartford........................................ 12/30/1995 2. 50 at Elon................................................... 12/2/1998 3. 48 at UNC Asheville................................ 1/16/1997 4. 47 vs. UNC Asheville............................. 11/18/1998 47 vs. Davidson.......................................... 1/9/1999 6. 44 vs. South Carolina State....................... 1/4/1997 7. 42 at Wofford.......................................... 12/30/2004 8. 41 at Charlotte.......................................... 12/2/1995 9. 40 vs. St. Augustine’s.................................. 2/6/1990 10. 39 at UMBC.............................................. 1/11/1988 39 vs. Towson.......................................... 11/28/1998 39 vs. College of Charleston..................... 2/9/2004 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED - D1 ERA 1. 55 vs. Hartford........................................ 12/30/1995 2. 50 at Elon................................................... 12/2/1998 3. 48 at UNC Asheville................................ 1/16/1997 4. 47 vs. UNC Asheville............................. 11/18/1998 47 vs. Davidson.......................................... 1/9/1999 6. 44 vs. South Carolina State....................... 1/4/1997

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42 at Wofford.......................................... 12/30/2004 41 at Charlotte.......................................... 12/2/1995 39 vs. Towson.......................................... 11/28/1998 39 vs. College of Charleston..................... 2/9/2004

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 attempts) 1. 1.000 (13-13) vs. Liberty......................... 1/23/1992 1.000 (11-11) vs. Campbell..................... 1/29/1992 1.000 (10-10) vs. NC Central................ 12/19/2012 4. .939 (31-33) vs. Greensboro................... 12/9/1987 5. .917 (11-12) vs. Centre College................ 3/6/1987 6. .913 (21-23) vs. UNC Wilmington........ 12/7/1989 7. .913 (21-23) vs. Radford.......................... 2/29/1996 8. .909 (10-11) at St. Andrews...................... 2/9/1983 .909 (10-11) at Davidson........................... 2/8/2012 10. .900 (9-10) at Appalachian State.............. 2/7/1998 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 10 att.) - D1 ERA 1. 1.000 (13-13) vs. Liberty......................... 1/23/1992 1.000 (11-11) vs. Campbell..................... 1/29/1992 1.000 (10-10) vs. NC Central................ 12/19/2012 3. .913 (21-23) vs. Radford.......................... 2/29/1996 4. .909 (10-11) at Davidson........................... 2/8/2012 5. .900 (9-10) at Appalachian State.............. 2/7/1998 6. .889 (24-27) vs. Holy Cross....................... 1/1/1995 7. .889 (16-18) vs. Davidson....................... 2/15/2005 8. .882 (30-34) vs. Charleston Southern.... 2/24/1996 9. .882 (15-17) vs. Winthrop......................... 3/8/1996 10. .880 (22-25) at Appalachian State............ 2/5/2000 .880 (22-25) vs. Davidson....................... 2/12/2000 REBOUNDS 1. 71 vs. Guilford........................................ 11/22/1985 2. 62 vs. Towson............................................ 1/22/1995 3. 60 at Coastal Carolina............................... 2/1/1993 60 vs. Davidson........................................ 12/4/1994 60 vs. Georgia Southern............................ 1/8/2005 6. 58 vs. Radford............................................. 2/7/1996 58 at Radford............................................ 2/26/1996 58 vs. North Carolina A&T.................... 1/16/2002 58 vs. Wofford........................................... 1/19/2009 10. 57 vs. Davidson.......................................... 1/6/2001 57 at Wofford............................................ 2/10/2001 REBOUNDS - D1 ERA 1. 62 vs. Towson............................................ 1/22/1995 2. 60 at Coastal Carolina............................... 2/1/1993 60 vs. Davidson........................................ 12/4/1994 60 vs. Georgia Southern............................ 1/8/2005 5. 58 vs. Radford............................................. 2/7/1996 58 at Radford............................................ 2/26/1996 58 vs. North Carolina A&T.................... 1/16/2002 58 vs. Wofford........................................... 1/19/2009 9. 57 vs. Davidson.......................................... 1/6/2001 57 at Wofford............................................ 2/10/2001 57 vs. College of Charleston..................... 3/1/2002

10. 26 at Winthrop......................................... 2/24/1992 STEALS 1. 27 vs. UNC Wilmington....................... 11/12/2006 2. 25 vs. Averett............................................. 1/17/1987 25 vs. College of Charleston................. 12/29/1999 4. 23 vs. St. Andrews...................................... 1/4/1986 23 vs. Christopher Newport................... 1/23/1988 6. 22 vs. Averett............................................. 1/13/1984 7. 22 vs. Averett........................................... 12/14/1985 22 at Mary Washington........................... 1/10/1987 9. 21 vs. Averett............................................. 2/19/1985 21 at Virginia Wesleyan........................... 1/24/1987 STEALS - D1 ERA 1. 27 vs. UNC Wilmington....................... 11/12/2006 2. 25 vs. College of Charleston................. 12/29/1999 3. 21 vs. Chattanooga................................... 1/16/1999 21 vs. North Carolina A&T.................... 1/16/2002 5. 20 at Wofford............................................ 2/12/1999 20 at Furman............................................... 1/2/2005 20 vs. Wofford........................................... 1/19/2009 8. 19 at UNC Asheville................................ 2/11/1993 19 vs. UMES............................................ 11/25/1995 19 at Georgia Southern........................... 1/15/2001 19 vs. Appalachian State.......................... 1/30/2001 BLOCKS 1. 11 vs. NC Central................................... 12/19/2012 2. 9 vs. Greensboro....................................... 1/31/1986 9 vs. Wofford............................................. 2/16/1998 9 vs. Wofford............................................. 1/24/2006 9 vs. Davidson............................................. 1/5/2009 9 vs. Appalachian State............................ 2/23/2009 9 vs. Elon................................................... 2/27/2009 9 vs. Wofford............................................. 2/12/2010 9. 8 at Western Carolina............................ 11/25/1991 8 at Wofford.............................................. 1/17/1998 8 vs. Chattanooga..................................... 1/13/2001 8 at Davidson.............................................. 2/4/2003 8 vs. Georgia Southern.............................. 1/8/2007 8 vs. Chowan........................................... 12/28/2007 BLOCKS - D1 ERA 1. 11 vs. NC Central................................... 12/19/2012 2. 9 vs. Wofford............................................. 2/16/1998 9 vs. Wofford............................................. 1/24/2006 9 vs. Davidson............................................. 1/5/2009 9 vs. Appalachian State............................ 2/23/2009 9 vs. Elon................................................... 2/27/2009 9 vs. Wofford............................................. 2/12/2010 8. 8 at Western Carolina............................ 11/25/1991 8 at Wofford.............................................. 1/17/1998 8 vs. Chattanooga..................................... 1/13/2001 8 at Davidson.............................................. 2/4/2003 8 vs. Georgia Southern ............................. 1/8/2007 8 at Wofford.............................................. 1/25/2014

ASSISTS 1. 32 vs. Averett............................................. 2/24/1987 2. 31 vs. Averett........................................... 12/14/1985 3. 30 at Christopher Newport..................... 2/28/1987 30 vs. Winthrop........................................ 2/17/1993 30 vs. College of Charleston................. 12/29/2000 6. 29 vs. Christopher Newport................... 2/23/1985 29 vs. Averett............................................. 2/23/1988 29 vs. UNC Asheville............................... 2/20/1992 9. 28 vs. St. Andrews.................................... 2/14/1984 28 vs. Greensboro College...................... 2/22/1985 ASSISTS - D1 ERA 1. 30 vs. Winthrop........................................ 2/17/1993 30 vs. College of Charleston................. 12/29/2000 3. 29 vs. UNC Asheville............................... 2/20/1992 4. 28 at Coastal Carolina............................... 2/1/1993 28 at Campbell.......................................... 2/13/1993 28 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson..................... 11/29/1997 28 at Furman............................................... 2/9/1998 8. 27 vs. Liberty............................................. 1/23/1992 27 vs. Campbell........................................ 1/29/1992

Ruby Smith

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


ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

SCORING AVERAGE Year Player............................G......Pts... Avg. 2013-14 Lucy Mason.................30.....398...13.3 2012-13 Lucy Mason.................31.....389...12.5 2011-12 Breonna Patterson......22.....245...11.1 2010-11 Monique Floyd............29.....387...13.3 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson..............30.....346...11.5 2008-09 Gini Grimsley..............31.....334...10.8 2007-08 Kemena Brooks...........31.....270.....8.7 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd...............30.....450...15.0 2005-06 Kristen Boone.............26.....332...12.8 2004-05 Jasmine Byrd...............28.....298...10.6 2003-04 Jacinda Lambert..........28.....379...13.5 2002-03 Jacinda Lambert..........27.....334...12.4 2001-02 Jacinda Lambert..........31.....391...12.6 2000-01 Brianne Dodgen.........30.....354...11.8 1999-00 Brianne Dodgen.........29.....422...14.6 NOTE: Melinda Goodson........9.......139...15.4 1998-99 Melinda Goodson.......28.....497...17.8 1997-98 Biz Brediger.................30.....470...15.7 1996-97 Melinda Goodson.......29.....456...15.7 1995-96 Alisa Moore.................26.....373...14.3 1994-95 Alisa Moore.................31.....480...15.5 1993-94 Vickie Henson.............29.....479...16.5 1992-93 Vickie Henson.............29.....488...16.8 1991-92 Kymm Elliott...............27.....379...14.0 1990-91 Shannon Young...........30.....442...14.7 1989-90 Donna Snead...............25.....338...13.5 1988-89 Angie Polk...................24.....354...14.8 1987-88 Angie Polk...................33.....554...16.8 1986-87 Angie Polk...................30.....447...14.9 1985-86 Natalie Connor...........28.....412...14.7 1984-85 Wendy Engelmann ....28.....472...16.9 1983-84 Wendy Engelmann ....29.....425...14.7 1982-83 Michele Blazevich.......28.....413...14.8 1981-82 Carol Peschel...............28.....478...17.1 1980-81 Jody Mangus...............23.....342...14.9 1979-80 Jody Mangus...............22.....415...18.9 1978-79 Anna Parker................19.....414...21.8 1977-78 Cathy Strange..............22.....344...15.6 1976-77 Cathy Strange..............19.....369...19.4 1975-76 Cathy Strange..............19.....264...13.9 1974-75 Rita Wiggs...................19.....418...22.0 1973-74 Rita Wiggs...................16.....292...18.3 1972-73 Rita Wiggs...................17.....275...16.2 1971-72 Rita Wiggs...................21.....362...17.2 1970-71 Mary Lida Alexander.20.....346...17.3 1969-70 Mary Lida Alexander.11.....161...14.6 FIELD GOALS MADE Year Player..............................................FGs 2013-14 Janae’ Stevenson.............................143 2012-13 Lucy Mason....................................149 2011-12 Janae’ Stevenson...............................96 2010-11 Monique Floyd...............................152 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson.................................111 2008-09 Gini Grimsley.................................130 2007-08 Kemena Brooks................................91 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd..................................160 2005-06 Irene Otamiri.................................106 2004-05 Jasmine Byrd....................................90 2003-04 Jacinda Lambert.............................137 2002-03 Jacinda Lambert.............................133 2001-02 Jacinda Lambert.............................162 2000-01 Brianne Dodgen............................127 1999-00 Brianne Dodgen............................147 1998-99 Melinda Goodson..........................178 1997-98 Biz Brediger....................................196 1996-97 Melinda Goodson..........................168 1995-96 Alisa Moore....................................142 1994-95 Alisa Moore....................................184 1993-94 Vickie Henson................................187 1992-93 Vickie Henson................................199 1991-92 Kymm Elliott..................................153 1990-91 Shannon Young..............................172 1989-90 Donna Snead..................................129 1988-89 Angie Polk......................................154 1987-88 Angie Polk......................................230 1986-87 Angie Polk......................................191 1985-86 Natalie Conner...............................183 1984-85 Wendy Engelmann........................216 1983-84 Wendy Engelmann........................184 1982-83 Michele Blazevich..........................182 1981-82 Carol Peschel..................................220 1980-81 Jody Mangus..................................138 1979-80 Jody Mangus..................................173

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 100 fga) Year Player............................Fga-Fgm.. Pct. 2013-14 Janae’ Stevenson..........143-301... .475 2012-13 Janae’ Stevenson..........109-255... .427 2011-12 Sidnei Harmon............51-121..... .421 2010-11 Monique Floyd............152-317... .479 2009-10 Agne Girstautaite........64-120..... .533 2008-09 Monique Floyd............113-243... .465 2007-08 Monique Floyd............63-155..... .406 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd...............160-392... .408 2005-06 KaLeah Latham...........93-190..... .489 2004-05 Ashley Current............65-134..... .485 2003-04 Megan Honeycutt.......54-108..... .500 2002-03 Lindsey Reed...............92-185..... .497 2001-02 Jennifer Hart...............81-136..... .596 2000-01 Jessica Williams..........96-198..... .485

Sandi Reid....................63-130..... .485 1999-00 Melinda Goodson.......56-111..... .505 1998-99 Melinda Goodson.......178-351... .507 1997-98 Biz Brediger.................196-344... .570 1996-97 Melinda Goodson.......168-298... .564 1995-96 Alisa Moore.................142-252... .563 1994-95 Alisa Moore.................184-302... .609 1993-94 Vickie Henson.............187-317... .590 1992-93 Vickie Henson.............199-339... .587 1991-92 Jana Henderson..........122-188... .649 1990-91 Julie Bright...................125-234... .534 1989-90 Jana Henderson..........74-131..... .565 1988-89 Julie Bright...................67-114..... .588 1987-88 Chris Holec.................163-259... .629 1986-87 Angie Polk...................191-344... .555 1985-86 Ruby Smith..................163-318... .513 1984-85 Renee Coltrane...........172-325... .529 1983-84 Shawne Frazier............118-201... .587 1982-83 Renee Coltrane...........107-197... .543 1981-82 Michele Blazevich.......147-246... .598 1980-81 Sue Reep......................77-187..... .412 1979-80 Sandra Lemon.............163-293... .556 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Year Player............................................3FGs 2013-14 Bailey Williams ...............................38 2012-13 Lucy Mason......................................35 2011-12 Breonna Patterson...........................32 2010-11 Amanda Leigh.................................57 2009-10 Amanda Leigh.................................67 2008-09 Amanda Leigh.................................45 2007-08 Gini Grimsley...................................46 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd....................................77 2005-06 Jasmine Byrd....................................49 2004-05 Amanda Eaton.................................41 2003-04 Amanda Eaton.................................51 2002-03 Amanda Eaton.................................48 2001-02 Amanda Eaton.................................29 2000-01 ChoRhonda Gwaltney....................42 1999-00 Belinda Goodson.............................57 1998-99 ChoRhonda Gwaltney....................33 1997-98 Sam Ferguson...................................37 1996-97 Sam Ferguson...................................33 1995-96 Sam Ferguson...................................65 1994-95 Jai Cole..............................................34 1993-94 Jo Zerger...........................................18 1992-93 Mickey Haywood.............................39 1991-92 Gail White........................................18 1990-91 Gail White........................................28 1989-90 Stephanie Johnson...........................22 Beth Durrill......................................22 1988-89 Beth Durrill......................................26 1987-88 Stephanie Johnson...........................25

3-PT FIELD GOAL PCT. (min. 50 3fga) Year Player............................3fga-3fgm.Pct. 2013-14 Breonna Patterson......24-68....... .353 2012-13 Lucy Mason.................35-119..... .294 2011-12 Breonna Patterson......32-102..... .314 2010-11 Amanda Leigh............57-174..... .328 2009-10 Amanda Leigh............67-205..... .327 2008-09 Gini Grimsley..............40-118..... .339 2007-08 Gini Grimsley..............46-134..... .343 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd...............77-208..... .370 2005-06 Kemena Brooks...........22-64....... .344 2004-05 Amanda Eaton............41-137..... .299 2003-04 Amanda Eaton............51-161..... .317 2002-03 Amanda Eaton............48-135..... .356 2001-02 Amanda Eaton............29-84....... .345 2000-01 ChoRhonda Gwaltney...42-112.......375 1999-00 Brianne Dodgen.........26-58....... .448 1998-99 Katie DelCampo.........23-57....... .404 1997-98 Rebecca Viverette.......33-83....... .398 1996-97 Sadie Ochs...................29-69....... .420 1995-96 Sam Ferguson..............65-163..... .399 1994-95 Sadie Ochs...................28-74....... .378 1993-94 NO ONE QUALIFIED (Jo Zerger 18-42, .429) 1992-93 Mickey Haywood........39-94....... .415 1991-92 NO ONE QUALIFIED (Gail White 18-44, .409) 1990-91 Gail White...................28-51....... .549 1989-90 Stephanie Johnson......22-54....... .407 1988-89 Beth Durrill.................26-71....... .366 1987-88 Stephanie Johnson......25-91....... .275 FREE THROWS MADE Year Player...............................................FTs 2013-14 Lucy Mason....................................124 2012-13 Janae’ Stevenson...............................89 2011-12 Natalie Headley................................54 2010-11 Monique Floyd.................................80 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson...................................94 2008-09 Lakiah Hyson...................................85 2007-08 Jasmine Dixon..................................67 2006-07 Kristen Boone..................................90 2005-06 Kristen Boone................................117 2004-05 Kristen Boone................................102 2003-04 Jacinda Lambert...............................87 2002-03 Nicole Murray..................................66 2001-02 Brianne Dodgen..............................83 2000-01 ChoRhonda Gwaltney....................85 1999-00 Brianne Dodgen............................102

1998-99 Melinda Goodson..........................138 1997-98 Melinda Goodson..........................102 1996-97 Melinda Goodson..........................120 1995-96 Alisa Moore......................................89 1994-95 Alisa Moore....................................112 1993-94 Vickie Henson................................105 1992-93 Vickie Henson..................................90 1991-92 Kymm Elliott....................................73 1990-91 Gail White......................................109 1989-90 Donna Snead....................................80 1988-89 Kathleen Tompkins.........................57 1987-88 Angie Polk........................................94 1986-87 Angie Polk........................................65 1985-86 Lisa Seidel.........................................71 1984-85 Renee Coltrane..............................113 1983-84 Renee Coltrane................................86 1982-83 Renee Coltrane................................57 1981-82 Renee Coltrane................................46 1980-81 Jody Mangus....................................66 1979-80 Jody Mangus....................................69 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 50 fta) Year Player............................FTA-FTM.Pct. 2013-14 Jazz Missouri...............42-50....... .840 2012-13 Breonna Patterson......51-69....... .739 2011-12 Natalie Headley...........54-75....... .720 2010-11 Dayshaun Richbow....50-76....... .658 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson..............94-119..... .790 2008-09 Lakiah Hyson..............85-122..... .697 2007-08 Kemena Brooks...........52-58....... .897 2006-07 Jasmine Byrd...............53-62....... .855 2005-06 Kristen Boone.............117-147... .796 2004-05 Jasmine Byrd...............81-99....... .818 2003-04 Amanda Eaton............61-71....... .859 2002-03 Nicole Murray.............66-86....... .767 Amanda Eaton............46-60....... .767 2001-02 Brianne Dodgen.........83-109..... .761 2000-01 Samika Foster..............53-69....... .768 1999-00 Sandi Reid....................52-67....... .776 1998-99 Melinda Goodson.......138-190... .726 1997-98 Rebecca Viverette.......100-114... .877 1996-97 Rebecca Viverette.......67-93....... .720 1995-96 Sadie Ochs...................72-102..... .706 1994-95 Serena King.................50-59....... .847 1993-94 Serena King.................45-58....... .776 1992-93 Micky Haywood.........64-81....... .790 1991-92 Gail White...................72-89....... .809 1990-91 Gail White...................109-137... .796 1989-90 Tracey Young...............50-59....... .848 1988-89 Karen Jordan...............42-56....... .750 1987-88 Denise Mannon..........53-64....... .828 1986-87 Natalie Connor...........47-59....... .797 1985-86 Natalie Connor...........46-58....... .793 1984-85 Wendy Engelmann.....40-57....... .740 1983-84 Wendy Engelmann.....57-73....... .781 1982-83 Wendy Engelmann.....40-54....... .741 1981-82 Jody Mangus...............35-53....... .660 1980-81 Jody Mangus...............66-87....... .759 1979-80 Marie Crawley.............45-62....... .726 REBOUNDS / REBOUNDING AVERAGE Year Player............................G......Reb.. Avg. 2013-14 Janae’ Stevenson..........30.....237.....7.9 2012-13 Janae’ Stevenson..........29.....222.....7.7 2011-12 Janae’ Stevenson..........29.....161.....5.6 2010-11 Janae’ Stevenson..........28.....184.....6.6 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson..............30.....137.....4.6 2008-09 Gini Grimsley..............31.....190.....6.1 2007-08 Jasmine Dixon.............30.....162.....5.4 2006-07 KaLeah Latham...........30.....215.....7.2 2005-06 KaLeah Latham...........30.....184.....6.1 2004-05 KaLeah Latham...........26.....144.....5.5 2003-04 Lindsey Reed...............28.....170.....6.1 2002-03 Lindsey Reed...............27.....165.....6.1 2001-02 Sandi Reid....................31.....197.....6.4 2000-01 Brianne Dodgen.........30.....197.....6.6 1999-00 Sandi Reid....................27.....173.....6.4 1998-99 Melinda Goodson.......28.....195.....7.0 1997-98 Melinda Goodson.......28.....202.....7.2 1996-97 Melinda Goodson.......29.....235.....8.1 1995-96 Alisa Moore.................26.....227.....8.7 1994-95 Julie Moore..................31.....256.....8.3 1993-94 Vickie Henson.............29.....213.....7.3 1992-93 Vickie Henson.............29.....211.....7.3 1991-92 Kymm Elliott...............27.....182.....6.7 1990-91 Shannon Young...........30.....265.....8.8 1989-90 Julie Bright...................25.....178.....7.1 1988-89 Angie Polk...................24.....191.....8.0 1987-88 Angie Polk...................33.....285.....8.6 1986-87 Angie Polk...................30.....289.....9.6 1985-86 Angie Polk...................28.....237.....8.5 1984-85 Renee Coltrane...........28.....379...13.5 1983-84 Renee Coltrane...........29.....367...12.7 1982-83 Renee Coltrane...........28.....280...10.0 1981-82 Carol Peschel...............28.....214.....7.6 1980-81 Jody Mangus...............23.....185.....8.0 1979-80 Sandra Lemon.............22.....293...13.3 ASSISTS Year Player.....................................G.......Ast 2013-14 Bailey Williams....................30......109 2012-13 Lucy Mason..........................31........64 2011-12 Dayshaun Richbow.............29........69

2010-11 Dayshaun Richbow.............29........89 2009-10 Monique Floyd.....................30........68 2008-09 Monique Floyd.....................30........79 2007-08 Ashley Ling...........................31........58 2006-07 Kristen Boone......................30......121 2005-06 Kristen Boone......................26......122 2004-05 Kristen Boone......................28........77 2003-04 Amanda Eaton.....................28........76 2002-03 Nicole Murray......................27........84 2001-02 Samika Foster.......................31......110 2000-01 ChoRhonda Gwaltney..............30......110 1999-00 Samika Foster.......................29......120 1998-99 ChoRhonda Gwaltney........28......110 1997-98 Katrina Smith.......................28......121 1996-97 Jai Cole..................................29........91 1995-96 Sam Ferguson.......................26........97 1994-95 Jai Cole..................................31......148 1993-94 Cescili Drake........................29......120 1992-93 Mickey Haywood.................29......114 Jo Zerger...............................26......114 1991-92 Jo Zerger...............................27......122 1990-91 Gail White............................30........85 1989-90 Stephanie Johnson...............24......112 1988-89 Stephanie Johnson...............24......105 1987-88 Stephanie Johnson...............33......146 1986-87 Ruby Smith...........................30......153 1985-86 Ruby Smith...........................28......144 1984-85 Wendy Engelmann..............28......134 1983-84 Wendy Engelmann..............29......170 1982-83 Brenda Tolbert.....................28......139 1981-82 Wendy Engelmann..............28......140 1980-81 Marie Cawley.......................20........54 1979-80 Not Available STEALS Year Player.....................................G........ Stl 2013-14 Lucy Mason..........................30........43 2012-13 Breonna Patterson...............24........52 2011-12 Dayshaun Richbow.............29........41 2010-11 Dayshaun Richbow.............29........62 2009-10 Lakiah Hyson.......................30........67 2008-09 Lakiah Hyson.......................31........71 2007-08 Lakiah Hyson.......................31........52 2006-07 Kristen Boone......................30........87 2005-06 Kristen Boone......................26......101 2004-05 Kristen Boone......................28......121 2003-04 Jasmine Byrd........................28........59 2002-03 Nicole Murray......................27........68 2001-02 Samika Foster.......................31........55 2000-01 Samika Foster.......................30........74 1999-00 Samika Foster.......................29........78 1998-99 Samika Foster.......................28........72 1997-98 ChoRhonda Gwaltney........29........59 1996-97 Melinda Goodson................29........62 1995-96 Sam Ferguson.......................26........58 1994-95 Alisa Moore..........................31........50 1993-94 Cescili Drake........................29........42 1992-93 Tina Wilson..........................29........79 1991-92 Jo Zerger...............................27........49 Tina Wilson..........................27........49 1990-91 Shannon Young....................30........48 1989-90 Stephanie Johnson...............24........55 1988-89 Stephanie Johnson...............24........56 1987-88 Stephanie Johnson...............33........83 1986-87 Ruby Smith...........................30........95 1981-86 Not Available 1980-81 Jackie Maffucci.....................23........39 1979-80 Not Available BLOCKED SHOTS Year Player.....................................G....... Blk 2013-14 Mariah Wilson.....................27........32 2012-13 Janae’ Stevenson...................29........31 2011-12 Janae’ Stevenson...................29........38 2010-11 Janae’ Stevenson...................28........36 2009-10 Agne Girstautaite.................29........35 2008-09 Agne Girstautaite.................31........53 2007-08 Gini Grimsley.......................31........24 2006-07 Brittany Frazier....................30........28 2005-06 Meghan Chamberlain.........30........35 2004-05 Meghan Chamberlain.........27........21 2003-04 Lindsey Reed........................28........23 2002-03 Lindsey Reed........................27........24 Kellan Law............................27........24 2001-02 Sandi Reid.............................31........15 2000-01 Sandi Reid.............................27........30 1999-00 Sandi Reid.............................27........20 1998-99 Katie DelCampo..................28..........9 1997-98 Rebecca Viverette................30........49 1996-97 Rebecca Viverette................29........43 1995-96 Rebecca Viverette................27........27 1994-95 Alisa Moore..........................31........22 1993-94 Alisa Moore..........................29........16 1992-93 Julie Moore...........................29........10 1991-92 Kristin Lavelle......................25........10 1990-91 Shannon Young....................30........13 1989-90 Jana Henderson...................25........11 1988-89 Angie Polk............................24........ 9 1987-88 Chris Holec..........................32........ 7 1986-87 Angie Polk............................30........29 1981-86 Not Available 1980-81 Sue Reep...............................23 17 1979-80 Not Available


UNCG IN THE SOCON TOURNAMENT UNCG SoCon Tournament Record Appearances Record Pct. Finals 17 16-16 .500 5

Titles 1

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 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/N. Charleston Coliseum • N. 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 2010 (Bojangles’ Coliseum • Charlotte, N.C.) First Round: .............................................................. UNCG 57, Western Carolina 55 Quarterfinals: .....................................................................Chattanooga 82, UNCG 64 2011 (The McKenzie Arena • Chattanooga, Tenn.) First Round: ...............................................................................Wofford 69, UNCG 64

2012 (Kimmel Arena • Asheville, N.C.) First Round: ............................................................................... Furman 63, UNCG 58 2013 (Kimmel Arena • Asheville, N.C.) First Round.............................................................................. UNCG 73, Furman 67 Quarterfinals..........................................................................Davidson 70, UNCG 47 2014 (Kimmel Arena • Asheville, N.C.) First Round............................................................. Western Carolina 77, UNCG 60 Top Individual Performances Points 1. Melinda Goodson (vs. Davidson, Feb. 27, 1999)..........................................33 Brianne Dodgen (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000)...........................33 3. Brianne Dodgen (vs. Chattanooga, March 4, 2000)....................................32 4. Melinda Goodson (vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999)............................................26 5. Melinda Goodson (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998)..........................................23 Rebounds 1. Janae’ Stevenson (vs. Furman, March 8, 2013).............................................15 2. Melinda Goodson (vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 27, 1998)...........................13 Sandi Reid (vs. Furman, March 5, 2000).......................................................13 4. Melinda Goodson (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998)..........................................11 Biz Brediger (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998)....................................................11 Assists 1. Samika Foster (vs. Appalachian State, March 3, 2000).................................. 9 2. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Davidson, Feb. 27, 1999).................................... 8 3. ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999)...................................... 7 ChoRhonda Gwaltney (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2001)................... 7 5. Samika Foster (vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999)..................................................... 6 Samika Foster (vs. Furman, March 5, 2000)................................................... 6 Kristen Boone (vs. Davidson, March 4, 2006)................................................ 6 Lakiah Hyson (vs. Appalachian State, March 6, 2008).................................. 6 Lucy Mason (vs. Western Carolina, March 7, 2014)...................................... 6 Blocked Shots 1. Agne Girstautaite (vs. Western Carolina, March 4, 2010)............................ 5 2. Sandi Reid (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2001)........................................ 4 3. Rebecca Viverette (vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 27, 1998).............................. 2 Rebecca Viverette (vs. Davidson, Feb. 28, 1998)............................................ 2 Biz Brediger (vs. Georgia Southern, March 1, 1998)..................................... 2 Sandi Reid (vs. Furman, March 5, 2000)......................................................... 2 Jennifer Hart (vs. East Tennessee State, March 2, 2001)............................... 2 Kellen Law (vs. Furman, March 6, 2003)......................................................... 2 Meghan Chamberlain (vs. Georgia Southern, March 3, 2006).................... 2 Brittany Frazier (vs. Chattanooga, March 7, 2008)........................................ 2 Kendra Smith (vs. Samford, March 6, 2009)................................................... 2 All-Time Records vs. Opponents in Southern Conference Tournament Appalachian State (former league member)..........................................................2-0 Chattanooga................................................................................................................1-5 College of Charleston (former league member)....................................................1-1 Davidson (former league member).........................................................................2-2 East Tennessee State...................................................................................................1-0 Furman.........................................................................................................................2-3 Georgia Southern (former league member)...........................................................3-2 Samford........................................................................................................................0-1 Western Carolina........................................................................................................2-1 Wofford.........................................................................................................................2-1


UNCG IN THE NCAA DIVISON II/III 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

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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. 1981-82 NCAA Div. III Tournament Date..................Opponent.....................Location.........................Result March 4............St. Andrews..................Greensboro, N.C..........W, 74-67 March 14..........Susquehanna................Greensboro, N.C..........W, 74-66 March 19..........vs. Pomona-Pitzer.......Elizabethtown, Pa.........W, 77-66 March 20..........at Elizabethtown..........Elizabethtown, Pa.........L, 66-67

1984-85 NCAA Div. III Tournament

Date Opponent Location Result March 1.......... vs. LeMoyne-Owen...........Holly Springs, Miss.....W, 84-77 March 2.......... at Rust.................................Holly Springs, Miss.....L, 66-70

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

Date Opponent Location Result Feb. 28............at Virginia Wesleyan.........Norfolk, Va...................W, 84-75 March 1..........vs. Rust................................Norfolk, Va...................L, 61-99

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

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............................ Result March 3............Knoxville.....................Greensboro, N.C............. L, 71-74 March 4............Rust..............................Greensboro, N.C............. W, 68-61

1983-84 22-7, 11-3 Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference DIAC Tournament Champion NCAA Tournament South Regional 1983-84 NCAA Div. III Tournament Date..................Opponent.................... Location.........................Result March 2............Knoxville..................... Holly Springs, Miss.......L, 74-82 March 3............Virginia Wesleyan...... Holly Springs, Miss.......W, 70-69

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

Date Opponent Location Result March 6..........vs. Centre........................... Holly Springs, Miss......L, 69-79 March 7..........vs. Buffalo State................. Holly Springs, Miss. 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 Result March 2..........at Centre............................ Danville, Ky...................W, 81-77 March 3..........vs. Rust............................... Danville, Ky...................W, 66-64 March 11........at Luther............................ Decorah, Iowa..............W, 55-52 March 18........at Concordia (Minn.)....... Morehead, Minn..........L, 66-103 March 19........vs. Southern Maine.......... Morehead, Minn..........W, 68-66

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

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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.

1990-91 NCAA Div. II Tournament

Date Opponent Location Result March 7..........vs. Hampton...................... Norfolk, Va....................W, 72-63 March 8..........at Norfolk State................. Norfolk, Va....................L, 62-72


UNCG IN THE NCAA DIVISION I TOURNAMENT 1997-98 21-9, 12-4 Southern Conference Southern Conference Tournament Champion NCAA Tournament First Round

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uring the 1997-98 season, UNCG, which was picked fourth in the Southern Conference preseason poll, wasted no time in proving to the rest of the league that the Spartans were a force to be reckoned with. In its first year as a member of the SoCon, UNCG carried an eightgame winning streak into the 1998 SoCon tournament. The Spartans then handily defeated Western Carolina, 86-54, before slipping past Davidson, 78-75 to reach the title game. There, UNCG faced top-seeded Georgia Southern. The Eagles and Spartans had split two meetings that season. UNCG shot just 24 percent from the floor in the first-half and trailed at the break, 32-24. However, Rebecca Viverette poured in 18 second-half points and the Spartans shot 61 percent from the field to get past Georgia Southern, 75-69. The victory ensured UNCGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first-ever appearance into the NCAA Division I tournament. The 15th-seeded Spartans faced No. 2 seed Alabama in the first round of the NCAA tournament, falling to the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa, Ala., 94-46. Senior Biz Brediger posted the gameâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only double-double

with 13 points and a game-high 14 rebounds, while sophomore Melinda Goodson was also in double figures with 10 points. The Spartans were led on the season by a pair of All-SoCon first team selections in senior post players Brediger and Viverette. Both players became members of the 1,000-point club during the season, with Brediger scoring 15.7 ppg and Viverette adding 15.4 ppg.

1997-98 UNCG Roster No. 00 3 10 11 14 15 21 25 30 42 43 44 50 55

Name............................... Yr........ Pos........Ht................................. Hometown Annika Jordan................ Fr.......... G.........5-6..........................Lynchburg, Va. ChoRhonda Gwaltney.. Fr.......... G.........5-6............................. Dudley, N.C. Sadie Ochs...................... Sr.......... G.........5-8.....................Garden City, Kan. Rebecca Viverette.......... Sr...........F.........6-0............................. Wilson, N.C. Sam Ferguson..................Jr........... G.........5-6.........................Collinsville, Va. Katrina Smith.................So.......... G.........5-9................Morehead City, N.C. Jennifer Lewis................ Sr.......... G....... 5-10......................... Newport, N.C. Nicky Armstrong........... Fr.......... G.........5-6............................... Lincoln, Pa. Natalie Kreter.................So...........F.........6-1........................ Jenkintown, Pa. Melinda Goodson..........So.......... G.........5-8...........................Roxboro, N.C. Belinda Goodson...........So.......... G.........5-7...........................Roxboro, N.C. Biz Brediger.................... Sr.......... C.........6-2........................ Massillon, Ohio Amber West.................... Sr.......... C.........6-2........................... Galesburg, Ill. Katie DelCampo............ Fr...........F.........6-0..............Rehoboth Beach, Del.

1998 NCAA Tournament First Round Midwest Region Alabama 94, UNCG 46 March 13, 1998, Tuscaloosa, Ala. UNCG (46) Name FG-A FT-A RB PF TP A TO BK S Min. Rebecca Viverette 3-19 2-2 5 2 9 0 2 0 0 30 Jennifer Lewis 1-1 0-0 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 10 Biz Brediger 6-18 1-2 14 2 13 0 2 1 0 37 Sadie Ochs 2-4 0-0 2 1 6 0 4 0 1 21 Katrina Smith 1-5 0-0 5 2 2 3 3 0 2 36 ChoRhonda Gwaltney 1-8 0-0 5 3 2 3 1 0 1 21 Sam Ferguson 1-7 0-0 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 11 Melinda Goodson 4-8 2-4 5 3 10 2 3 0 1 28 Katrina DelCampo 0-2 0-0 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 3 Amber West 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Totals: 19-73 5-8 46 15 46 10 16 1 7 200 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 FT-A RB PF TP A TO BK S Min. 2-7 0-0 7 1 4 0 2 0 1 13 4-13 0-0 7 3 8 0 0 3 0 16 10-14 5-6 5 2 25 3 2 0 4 27 1-5 0-0 3 0 2 10 1 0 3 34 5-8 0-1 7 0 13 4 0 2 1 27 5-8 2-3 3 2 16 0 0 0 0 14 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4 1-2 0-0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 0-0 1-2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 5-7 4-4 6 1 15 1 0 1 0 17 0-3 0-0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 13 1-4 2-4 2 0 4 1 0 0 1 14 34-71 14-16 42 11 94 20 8 8 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


Fleming gymnasium individual records Most Points Scored 30........Amanda Leigh vs. Col. of Charleston, Feb. 12, 2011 29..................................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 Goodson vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 16, 1999 28......Brianne Dodgen vs. Georgia Southern, Feb. 21, 2000 27................... Donna Snead vs. St. Augustine’s, Feb. 6, 1990 27.............. Vickie Henson vs. UNC Asheville, Jan. 23, 1993 27..............................Vickie Henson vs. Temple, Jan. 3, 1994 27. Melinda Goodson vs. Col. of Charleston, Dec. 17, 1998 27..........Jasmine Byrd vs. UNC Wilmington, Nov. 12, 2006 27............................. Kristen Boone vs. Furman, Jan. 6, 2007 Most Opponent Points Scored 31......... Debbie Hoskins (Lincoln Memorial), Jan. 10, 1990 31.....................Corin Adams (Morgan State), Nov. 14, 2009 30............................Tammy Jones (Winthrop), Jan. 19, 1991 30......... 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 Geronzin (Canisius), Nov. 23, 2001 28............. Robin Adams (Lincoln Memorial), Jan. 10, 1990 28.................... Beth Swink (St. Francis (Pa.)), Nov. 23, 2003 28.............. Chelsea Marandola (Providence), Nov. 25, 2006 Most Rebounds 19..............Julie Moore vs. Western Carolina, Dec. 31, 1994 19................. Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville, Jan. 17, 1996 18...... Shannon Young vs. USC Spartanburg, Dec. 29, 1990 17................................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 Moore vs. Towson, Jan. 22, 1995 15......................... Chris Holec vs. Longwood, Nov. 28, 1989 15.......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 15..... Janae’ Stevenson vs. Col. of Charleston, Feb. 12, 2011 15...................... Janae’ Stevenson vs. Samford, Feb. 21, 2011 Most Opponent Rebounds 17............................Lauren Trantham (ETSU), Jan. 11, 2003 17..........................................Erica Keto (Elon), Feb. 27, 2009 17....................Mercedes Robinson (Davidson), Jan. 5, 2009 17................ Catrina Green (Gardner-Webb), Nov. 17, 2012 16......................................Kenya Tuttle (Rice), Nov. 25, 2000 16..................Rachel Gordon (Norfolk State), Dec. 15, 2012 15................................Katy Kamp (Davidson), Feb. 14, 1998 15.............Mimi Lindsey (Georgia Southern), Feb. 15, 2003 15....................................Orion Wake (Furman), Jan. 3, 2004 15...........J’Lisia Ogburn (Georgia Southern), Dec. 17, 2008 15.........................Brooke McElroy (Radford), Dec. 11, 2010 14...................................Jackie Smith (Furman), Feb. 6, 1999 14............. Joanie White (Appalachian State), Dec. 19, 2001 14......................Amber Manuel (High Point), Dec. 11, 2004 14..........Sarah Moye (College of Charleston), Feb. 12, 2007 14............................ Erin Ogan (Chattanooga), Jan. 31, 2009 Most Assists 12................................ 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 Gwaltney vs. CofC, Dec. 29, 1999 10.................................Kristen Boone vs. Elon, Jan. 20, 2007 9...........................Micky Haywood vs. Liberty, Jan. 23, 1992 9............... Jo Zerger vs. Charleston Southern, Feb. 26, 1993 9...................... Micky Haywood vs. Radford, March 4, 1993

9......................................Jai Cole vs. Winthrop, Jan. 16, 1995 9.................Samantha Ferguson vs. Winthrop, Jan. 20, 1996 9............ Katrina Smith vs. Georgia Southern, Jan. 23, 1998 9............Kristen Boone vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 14, 2006 9.......................... Kristen Boone vs. Davidson, Jan. 27, 2007 9...Dayshaun Richbow vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 22, 2011 Most Opponent Assists 13.................................. Haley Cook (Furman), Jan. 10, 1998 12......... Chrissy Kelly (Charleston Southern), Jan. 28, 1995 12...............Lisa Witherspoon (Virginia Tech), Dec. 4, 1997 11..................... Mindy Ballinger (Radford), March 12, 1994 11................................ Kim Lynch (Holy Cross), Jan. 1, 1995 11.............................. Sara Moore (Campbell), Dec. 30, 1997 10........................Shonta Tabourn (Campbell), Jan. 29, 1992 10.........Jillian Brown (College of Charleston), Dec. 3, 2012 9.......... Christina Moore (UNC Asheville), March 10, 1994 9... Christine Kinneary (Boston University), Nov., 23, 2007 9...............................Becca Wann (Richmond), Dec. 8, 2012 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 DiJulia (Hartford), Dec. 30, 1995 8............. Angie Fickes (East Tennessee State), Jan. 29, 1998 8....................... Ashley Powell (West Virginia), Dec. 3, 2005 8.............Whitney Tossie (Appalachian State), Jan. 14, 2006 Most Steals 11........Kristen Boone vs. UNC Wilmington, Nov. 12, 2006 9...............................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 Gwaltney vs. CofC, Dec. 29, 1999 7............Kristen Boone vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 14, 2006 6.................................. Jo Zerger vs. Winthrop, Feb. 17, 1993 6..............................Tina Wilson vs. Radford, March 4, 1993 6................................Alisa Moore vs. Liberty, March 2, 1995 6..................................Jennifer Lewis vs. Elon, Dec. 20, 1997 6..........ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. W. Carolina, Feb. 2, 1998 6.............. Melinda Goodson vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 16, 1999 6.... Samika Foster vs. College of Charleston, Dec. 29, 1999 6..........ChoRhonda Gwaltney vs. W. Carolina, Feb. 1, 2000 6............................... Jasmine Byrd vs. Wofford, Dec. 3, 2003 6.................................Jacinda Lambert vs. Elon, Feb. 3, 2004 6..... Kristen Boone vs. College of Charleston, Jan. 10, 2005 6...........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 Otamiri vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 10, 2007 6....................................Kristen Boone, Furman, Jan. 6, 2007 6............................. Lakiah Hyson vs. Wofford, Jan. 19, 2009 6........................... Monique Floyd vs. Wofford, Jan. 19, 2009 Most Opponent Steals 9............ Marline Ferguson (Michigan State), Dec. 17, 1991 7....................... Susan Wall (UNC Pembroke), Feb. 19, 1990 7................................ Amy Eberhart (Towson), Jan. 22, 1995 6..........................Shonta Tabourn (Campbell), Jan. 29, 1992 6........ 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 6......Brittany Blackwell (UNC Wilmington), Nov. 15, 2010 6............. Anna Freeman (Appalachian State), Jan. 22, 2011 6....................... Rachel Brittenham (Wofford), Feb. 27, 2012 6............................ Barbara Sitton (Davidson), Feb. 20, 2013 Most Blocks 7...................... Rebecca Viverette vs. Wofford, Feb. 16, 1998

6......Agne Girstautaite vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 23, 2009 5........................ Rebecca Viverette vs. Radford, Feb. 7, 1996 5.............. Rebecca Viverette vs. Chattanooga, Feb. 21, 1998 5.........Brittany Frazier vs. Appalachian State, Feb. 10, 2007 5.. Meghan Chamberlain vs. UNC Asheville, Nov. 24, 2007 5.............................Agne Girstautaite vs. Elon, Feb. 27, 2009 4....................Alisa Moore vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 1995 4..............Rebecca Viverette vs. F. Dickinson, Dec. 29, 1997 4...........................Sandi Reid vs. Chattanooga, Jan. 17, 2000 4........ Jacinda Lambert vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 28, 2003 4.........Lindsey Reed vs. East Tennessee State, Feb. 21, 2004 4...... Agne Girstautaite vs. Western Carolina, Feb. 14, 2009 4.......Agne Girstuataite vs. Western Carolina, Jan. 11, 2010 4.......................Agne Girstuataite vs. Wofford, Feb. 12, 2010 4.............................Kendra Smith vs. Wofford, Feb. 12, 2010 4........ Janae’ Stevenson vs. Georgia Southern, Jan. 15, 2012 4............... Sarafina Arthur-Williams vs. CofC, Dec. 3, 2012 Most Opponent Blocks 6.............. 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 Nyborg (Elon), Feb. 3, 2004 5....................................Kitara McMoore (Elon), Jan. 5, 2005 5....................Mahagony Williams (Wofford), Dec. 18, 2010 5........................................ Kelsey Evans (Elon), Jan. 29, 2011 5.................................. Michaelea Kleist (UAB), Dec. 6, 2011 5....... Catherine Williams (Appalachian State), Jan. 9, 2012 5.........................Ryann Dannelly (Richmond), Dec. 8, 2012 4........................ Stephanie Finley (Winthrop), Feb. 17, 1993 4................ Laura Echols (Western Carolina), Dec. 12, 1998 4..................................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 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 Uhl (Bowling Green), Nov. 29, 2008 4........................................ Kelsey Evans (Elon), Jan. 13, 2010 4............. Anna Freeman (Appalachian State), Jan. 16, 2010 4...................... Mackenzie Maier (High Point), Dec. 7, 2010 4...........Sophia Aleksandravicius (Davidson), Feb. 20, 2013

Amanda Leigh scored 30 points against College of Charleston at home on Feb. 12, 2011, setting a UNCG scoring record in Fleming Gymnasium in front of the largest crowd to ever see a women’s game in the building.


FLEMING GYMNASIUM TEAM RECORDS

SEASON WINS LOSSES PERCENTAGE 1989-90................................................................................9.................................2...................................................................818 1990-91...............................................................................10................................1.................................................................. .909 1991-92...............................................................................11................................3.................................................................. .786 1992-93................................................................................9.................................2.................................................................. .818 1993-94...............................................................................11................................5.................................................................. .688 1994-95................................................................................9.................................4.................................................................. .692 1995-96................................................................................9.................................1.................................................................. .900 1996-97................................................................................9.................................2.................................................................. .818 1997-98...............................................................................11................................2.................................................................. .846 1998-99...............................................................................11................................1.................................................................. .917 1999-2000............................................................................8.................................2.................................................................. .800 2000-01................................................................................9.................................3.................................................................. .750 2001-02...............................................................................12................................1.................................................................. .923 2002-03................................................................................8.................................5.................................................................. .615 2003-04................................................................................7.................................5.................................................................. .538 2004-05...............................................................................10................................4.................................................................. .714 2005-06................................................................................9.................................4.................................................................. .692 2006-07...............................................................................12................................2.................................................................. .857 2007-08................................................................................4................................10................................................................. .286 2008-09................................................................................7.................................7.................................................................. .500 2009-10................................................................................6.................................7.................................................................. .462 2010-11................................................................................6.................................7.................................................................. .462 2011-12................................................................................2................................10................................................................. .167 2012-13................................................................................5................................11................................................................ ..313 2013-14................................................................................6.................................9.................................................................. .400 LONGEST WINNING STREAK Streak From................................................................... To 13 games Feb. 2, 1998.......................................Jan. 22, 1999 10 games Jan. 8, 1991....................................... Dec. 7, 1991 10 games Nov. 20, 2001..................................... 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 11, 1994 8 games Jan. 4, 1997...................................... Feb. 15, 1997 7 games Jan. 9, 1996...................................... 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. 23, 1998 6 games Dec. 20, 2004....................................Jan. 29, 2005

MOST POINTS SCORED BY UNCG 105........................................................... 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. South Carolina State, Jan. 4, 1997 98..................................................... vs. Lincoln Memorial, Jan. 10, 1990 97......................................................vs. UNC Wilmington, Dec. 7, 1989 96.................................................................vs. Longwood, Nov. 28, 1989 96....................................................................vs. Winthrop, Jan. 20, 1996 95..................................................................vs. Longwood, Jan. 15, 1991 95....................................................................vs. Winthrop, Jan. 19, 1991 95......................................................................vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1991 95....................................................... vs. Georgia Soutern, Feb. 20, 1999 95......................................................................vs. Wofford, Feb. 26, 1999

LARGEST WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CROWDS 713....................................... vs. College of Charleston, Feb. 12, 2011 695...............................................................vs. Furman, Feb. 22, 2014 662.......................................................... vs. Radford, March 12, 1994 646................................................vs. Georgia Southern, Feb. 7, 2004 643.............................................................vs. Davidson, Jan. 27, 2007 625.............................................. vs. Appalachian State, Jan. 19, 2014 616................................................................vs. Liberty, Nov. 11, 2011 586..............................................vs. Georgia Southern, Feb. 17, 2001 574...........................................................vs. Towson, March 11, 1994

MOST POINTS SCORED BY AN OPPONENT 104................................................................. vs. Richmond, Dec. 8, 2012 98...........................................................................vs. Duke, Feb. 24, 1996 97..................................................... vs. Lincoln Memorial, Jan. 10, 1990 91............................................................. vs. St. Augustine’s, Feb. 6, 1990 90......................................................... vs. Michigan State, Dec. 17, 1991 90..............................................................vs. Montana State, Jan. 8, 1995 88..............................................................vs. Virginia Tech, Dec. 4, 1997 87......................................................vs. UNC Wilmington, Dec. 7, 1989 87......................................................................vs. Charlotte, Feb. 5, 1992 87....................................................... vs. Davidson (2OT), Feb. 15, 2005


ALL-TIME PROGRAM ROSTER Name................................. Years .....................Hometown Albergine, Nancy................................................................. Alexander, Mary Lida..... 1969-71..................................... Andrews, Pam.................. 1983-84.....Roanoke Rapids, Va. Armstrong, Nicky............ 1997-01..Lincoln University, Pa. Arthur-Williams, S.......... 2012.......... Germantown, Md. Augustine, Jeanie............. 1979-80......Greensboro, N.C. Awuruonye, Nneka.......... 2010-12..........Charlotte, N.C. Banner, TaShama............. 2007-10...... Bladenboro, N.C. Barnhardt, Cindy................................................................. Bartley, Medena............... 2012-pr.............Savannah, Ga. Bell, Jeanette..................... 1979-81.............. Macon, N.C. Bell, Julie........................... 1985-86............. Raleigh, N.C. Blair, Caroline.................. 2002-06...............Trinity, N.C. Blazevich, Michele........... 1981-84................Sterling, Va. Bodie, Peg.......................................Clarence Center, N.Y. Boggs, Jennifer................. 1984-85....... High Point, N.C. Boone, Kristen................. 2004-09....Upper Marlboro, Md. Bowman, Debbie............................................Atlanta, Ga. Boyles, Shaaron................ 1991-93..............Stanley, N.C. Brediger, Biz..................... 1994-98.........Massillon, Ohio Bright, Julie....................... 1988-92........Forest City, N.C. Britt, Stephanie................ 2001-05..............Wilson, N.C. Brooks, Kemena............... 2004-08...........Accokeek, Md. Brown, Beth...................... 1980-81......Greensboro, N.C. Brown, Kenya................... 1993-94..........Mt. Holly, N.C. Burnett, Cindy................. 1978-79.... St. Petersburg, Fla. Butler, Marybeth.............. 1979-80........Cherry Hill, N.J. Byrd, Jasmine................... 2003-07............ Dumfries, Va. Capps, Jill.......................... 1981-85.............Raeford, N.C. Carlton, Sue...................................................Stanley, N.C. Carson, April.................... 2011-12...............Weston, Fla. Carter, Bev........................ 1980-81.................Elkin, N.C. Carter, Cheryl.................. 1984-88......... Winchester, Va. Cauble, Sonja.................... 1992-93.....Jeffersonville, Ind. Cawley, Marie................... 1979-83..............Scranton, Pa. Chaffin, Vivian..................................................................... Chamberlain, Meghan.... 2004-08..........Lake Mary, Fla. Chlad, Cassie........................................... Timonium, Md. Clapper, Amy................... 2008-11............Newark, Ohio Cole, Jai............................. 1993-97.................Reston, Va. Coleman, Whitney.......... 2013-pr................... Cary, N.C. Collins, Jessica.................. 2012-pr.............. Raleigh, N.C. Coltrane, Renee............... 1981-85...............Colfax, N.C. Connor, Natalie................ 1982-87.................Vinton, Va. Cook, Brandi.................... 1998-99...... Randleman, N.C. Cooper, Diamond............ 2012-13..............Orlando, Fla. Corbett, Dee..................... 2008-10..................Kelly, N.C. Corpening, Amy................................. Granite Falls, N.C. Cotton, Vianka................. 2012.................New Hill, N.C. Crabtree, Stacy................. 1995-96........... Durham, N.C. Crissman, Kathy.................................................................. Crouch, Karen.................. 1982-85.......... Asheville, N.C. Current, Ashley................ 2002-06..............Orlando, Fla. Degree, Janele................... Shelby, N.C. DelCampo, Katie............. 1997-01.......... Rehoboth, Del. Dillard, Mary...........................................Cullowhee, N.C. Dixon, Jasmine................. 2004-08.................Reston, Va. Dodgen, Brianne............. 1998-02...... Sevierville, Tenn. Dorsett, Brey.................... 2009-11... Winston-Salem, N.C. Drake, Cescili................... 1991-95.......Ellicott City, Md. Durrill, Beth..................... 1987-91...............Radford, Va. Eaton, Amanda................ 2001-05....... Wheeling, W.Va. Elliott, Kymm................... 1990-92........... Pinetops, N.C. Elmore, Margaret............. 1976-78...........Madison, N.C. Engelmann, Wendy......... 1981-85............ Manassas, Va. Essex, Carnice.................. 1985-86............ Manassas, Va. Essick, Ellen...................... 1982-84.........Lexington, N.C. Evans, Mandy................... 1988-89...... Staffordsville, Va. Ferguson, Sam.................. 1995-98......... Collinsville, Va. Fisher, Denise................... 1979-81... Winston-Salem, N.C. Floyd, Monique................ 2007-11.......... Fairmont, N.C. Fowell, Sarah.................... 2008-11............Graham, N.C. Frazier, Brittany............... 2005-08............. Powell, Tenn. Frazier, Shawne................ 1983-84..............Roanoke, Va. French, Jacqueline........... 1974-78...................Troy, N.C. Foster, Samika.................. 1998-02........... Durham, N.C.

Fowler, Leslie........................................ Silver Spring, Md.

Murray, Nicole................. 1999-03................... Rose Hill, N.C.

Galvin, Kristen................. 1976-78..............Dover, Mass. Gillean, Jan....................... 1974-78...........Salisbury, N.C. Girstautaite, Agne............ 2006-10.....Kaunas, Lithuania Goins, Ebona.................... 2012-13......Greensboro, N.C. Gold, Ginger..................... 1975-78...........Salisbury, N.C. Grimsley, Gini.................. 2005-09.......... Fairmont, N.C. Groff, Diane...................... 1980-81...........Concord, N.C. Gwaltney, ChoRhonda.... 1997-01..............Dudley, N.C. Goodson, Belinda............ 1996-00...... Timberlake, N.C. Goodson, Melinda........... 1996-00...... Timberlake, N.C.

Norton, Candace.......................................................................... Nosovitch, Colleen.......... 2010-11.................... Allentown, Pa.

Hackney, Marti................ .................... Washington, D.C. Harmon, Sidnei................ 2009-13.......Cincinnati, Ohio Harris, Shanese................ 2013-pr......... Chesapeake, Va. Hart, Jennifer................... 1999-03........... Durham, N.C. Haywood, Micky............. 1989-93.....Kill Devil Hills, N.C. Headley, Natalie............... 2009-13.......Fayetteville, N.C. Henderson, Jana.............. 1988-92.....Colonial Heights, Va. Henderson, Peggy............ 1975-79......... Matthews, N.C. Henson, Vickie................. 1992-94............. Canton, N.C. Hobbs, Avis...................... 1976-78.......Fayetteville, N.C. Holec, Chris..................... 1986-90........ Greenville, N.C. Honeycutt, Megan........... 2000-04...........Salisbury, N.C. Horton, Donna.......................................Jacksonville, Fla. Howard, Cindy..................................................................... Hyson, Lakiah.................. 2006-10...........Accokeek, Md. Jackson, Becky..................................................................... Jackson, Shanika.............. 2002-06............ Hampton, Va. Jernigan, Brenda.................................................................. Johnson, Laura................. 1976-79............. Raleigh, N.C. Johnson, Loretta.............. 1978-80.......... Siler City, N.C. Johnson, Stephanie.......... 1987-90....... High Point, N.C. Johnston, Cameron......... 1979-80...........Gastonia, N.C. Jolly, Susan..................................... Black Mountain, N.C. Jones, Dana....................... 1992-97......... Reidsville, N.C. Jones, Deborah............................... Winston-Salem, N.C. Jones, Ellie............................................................................ Jordan, Annika................. 1997-99.......... Lynchburg, Va. Jordan, Karen................... 1986-90................. Huntly, Va. Joyner, LaToya.................. 2002-04........ Windsor, Conn. Karriker, Miriam............. 1986-87......Mooresville, N.C. King, Serena..................... 1993-96.........Mt. Sterling, Ky. Kreter, Natalie.................. 1996-99......... Jenkintown, Pa. Knippenberg, Lisa........... 1980-81..... Cumberland, Md. Lambert, Jacinda.............. 2000-04............ Boston, Mass. Landis, Laurie...................................................................... Lasley, Carrie.................... 1985-86....... Burlington, N.C. Latham, KaLeah............... 2003-07............ Athens, Tenn. Lavelle, Kristin................. 1989-92.......... Liverpool, N.Y. Law, Kellan....................... 2001-04..Morgantown, W.Va. Leigh, Amanda................. 2007-11..........Charlotte, N.C. Lemon, Sandra................. 1977-80......Spring Lake, N.C. Lewis, Jennifer................. 1994-98...........Newport, N.C. Ling, Ashley...................... 2005-09..........Centreville, Va. Lowe, Carol...................... 2002-04....Rockingham, N.C. Maffucci, Jackie................ 1980-83........ Glen Ridge, N.J. Mangus, Jody.................... 1979-83.........Burlington, N.J. Mannon, Denise.............. 1985-88................... Floyd, Va. Martin, Lindy...........................................Crossnore, N.C. Marshall, Emmy..................................Summerfield, N.C. Mason, Lucy..................... 2012-pr..... Stone Mountain, Ga. McGuinn, Shawnelle....... 1988-89...Highland Springs, Va. Messick, Jo Ann............... 1972-76. North Augusta, S.C. Michael, Kim.................... 1999-00......Greensboro, N.C. Minga, Zulene..................................... Spring Hope, N.C. Missouri, Jazmine............ 2012-pr........ Kensington, Md. Moon, Sue........................................Hendersonville, N.C. Moore, Alisa..................... 1992-96..........Charlotte, N.C. Moore, Julie...................... 1992-96..........Wadhams, N.Y. Moose, Karen....................................................................... Morgan, Kim.................... 1975-78...........Salisbury, N.C. Morkunaite, Agneta........ 2008-11..... Vilnius, Lithuania Morris, Ciara.................... 2012.............Hope Mills, N.C. Morris, Donna.......................................Kannapolis, N.C. Mouberry, Joyce.................................... Cammeron, N.C. Mullins, Ashley................ 2005-09..............Honaker, Va.

Ochs, Sadie....................... 1994-98.............. Garden City, Kan. Orsett, Jennifer................. 1978-80........................... Cary, N.C. Otamiri, Irene.................. 2003-07.....................Lund, Sweden Parker, Anna..................... 1976-79..................... Monroe, N.C. Patterson, Breonna.......... 2010-2014...........Greensboro, N.C. Person, Gayle................................................................................ Peschel, Carol................... 1981-82.......................Roanoke, Va. Peters, Catey..................... 1998-00...............Greensboro, N.C. Polk, Angie....................... 1985-89...............Greensboro, N.C. Pope, Betty..................................................................................... Poupart, Bridget............... 1985-86........................ Roswell, Ga. Powell, Lynn..................... 1980-81............... Weaverville, N.C. Puckett, Brenda............................................................................. Qually, Kim...................... 1992-93.............................................. Reed, Lindsey................... 2000-04..........................Dublin, Va. Reep, Suzanne.................. 1979-82.................Jacksonville, Fla. Reid, Sandi........................ 1998-02........................ Spencer, Va. Rhodes, Mona................................................Greensboro, N.C. Richardson, Vanessa........ 1980-81......................Kinston, N.C. Richbow, Dayshaun......... 2009-12......................Hopkins, S.C. Riddick, Sherrill............................................................................ Robertson, Lisa................ 1978-81................... Nashville, N.C. Robinson, Niki................. 1994-96...............Greensboro, N.C. Rudy, Sherrill.................... 1978-79................Middletown, N.J. Saunders, Christia........... 1990-91.............. Charleston, W.Va. Savage, Jarae..................... 2011-pr........................Marietta, Ga. Scaife, Jade........................ 2013-pr...............Ft. Washington, Md. Seidel, Lisa........................ 1983-86.................Wyomissing, Pa. Seufert, Susan................... 1984-88.................... Bellmore, N.Y. Shade, Cynthia................. 1993-94................Morganton, N.C. Smith, Katrina.................. 1996-00..............Morehead City, N.C. Smith, Kendra.................. 2007-11................... Columbus, Ga. Smith, Ruby...................... 1983-87................ Appomattox, Va. Snead, Donna................... 1986-90..........................Bassett, Va. Sossman, Beth............................................................................... Sousa, Kelsi....................... 2001-02................ Santa Ana, Calif. Stevenson, Janae.............. 2010-2014............... Columbia, S.C. Strange, Cathy.................. 1974-78................Fayetteville, N.C. Strickland, Cristi.............. 2000-02.............Hendersonville, N.C. Stowe, Melody............................................................................... Sydney, Sherry.................. 1981-83................Fayetteville, N.C. Thomas, Cindy................. 1979-80..................Peachland, N.C. Timpton, India................. 2013-pr.................... Charlotte, N.C. Tolbert, Brenda................ 1981-85............................Willis, Va. Tompkins, Kathleen........ 1985-89........... Pleasant Garden, N.C. Troutman, Vickie.............................................. Statesville, N.C. Tucker, Marty................................................... Stokesdale, N.C. Viverette, Rebecca........... 1994-98.......................Wilson, N.C. Wadelington, Sharniece.. 2006-08...................Greenville, S.C. Walter, Stefanie................ 1992-96..........North Canton, Ohio Weaver, Jazz...................... 2008-12....................Covington, Ky. Weaver, Julia..................... 1984-88................ High Point, N.C. West, Amber..................... 1996-98..................... Galesburg, Ill. White, Gail....................... 1990-92........................Trinity, N.C. Whitehurst, Christy......... 1987-90.................Colonial Heights, Va. Wiggs, Rita....................... 1971-75................Fayetteville, N.C. Wilbanks, Alicia.............. 1989-90................... Carrollton, Ga. Wilhelmy, Cindy.............. 1978-79.....................Bethesda, Md. Williams, Bailey............... 2013-pr............... Harrisonburg, Va. Williams, Jessica.............. 2000-02.............. Wilmington, N.C. Wilson, Mariah................ 2013-pr..........................Atlanta, Ga. Wilson, Tina..................... 1990-93................ High Point, N.C. Womack, Johanna........... 2007-08...............Jacksonville, N.C. Young, Shannon............... 1990-91................ Henderson, N.C. Young, Tracey................... 1988-91................ Henderson, N.C. Zerger, Jo........................... 1990-94......................Canton, Ohio


AWARDS AND HONORS

Division I (1991-present)

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2010-11......................................... Monique Floyd, Second Team 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........................................2007 Socon Defensive Player of the year 2008-09...................................................................Monique Floyd Socon freshman of the year 2004-05.................................................................... Kristen Boone 2012-13........................................................................Lucy Mason Preseason SoCon Player of the Year 2002-03................................................................ Jacinda Lambert 2006-07.................................................................... Kristen Boone SoCon Coach of the Year 1998-99, 2001-02.........................................................Lynne Agee SoCon Distinguished Service Award 2010-11.........................................................................Lynne Agee All-SoCon Media Association Team 2000-01..................................ChoRhonda Gwaltney, First Team .....................................................Brianne Dodgen, Second Team 2001-02............................................Jacinda Lambert, First Team ......................................................... Samika Foster, Second Team 2003-04....................................... Jacinda Lambert, Second Team 2005-06............................................... Kristen Boone, First Team 2006-07............................................... Kristen Boone, First Team ...........................................................Jasmine Byrd, Second Team 2010-11......................................... Monique Floyd, Second Team All-Southern Conference 1997-98................................................... Biz Brediger, First Team ........................................................Rebecca Viverette, First Team 1998-99.........................................Melinda Goodson, First Team ........................................... ChoRhonda Gwaltney, Second Team 1999-00..................................ChoRhonda Gwaltney, First Team 2000-01............................................Brianne Dodgen, First Team ................................................ChoRhonda Gwaltney, First Team 2001-02............................................Jacinda Lambert, First Team .............................................................. Samika Foster, First Team 2003-04............................................Jacinda Lambert, First Team 2005-06............................................... Kristen Boone, First Team 2006-07............................................... Kristen Boone, First Team ............................................................... Jasmine Byrd, First Team 2010-11..............................................Monique Floyd, First Team All-SoCon Freshman Team 2001-02...................................................................Amanda Eaton 2003-04...................................................................... Jasmine Byrd 2004-05.................................................................... Kristen Boone 2007-08...................................................................Monique Floyd 2010-11.................................Janae’ Stevenson (Media, Coaches) All-SoCon Tournament Team 1997-98................................................... Biz Brediger, First Team .......................................................Melinda Goodson, First Team ...................................................Rebecca Viverette, Second Team 1998-99.........................................Melinda Goodson, First Team 1999-00............................................Brianne Dodgen, First Team ................................................ChoRhonda Gwaltney, First Team ......................................................... Samika Foster, Second Team 2000-01..................................ChoRhonda Gwaltney, First Team .....................................................Brianne Dodgen, Second Team ......................................................... Samika Foster, Second Team ............................................................... Sandi Reid, Second Team 2001-02............................................Brianne Dodgen, First Team ..........................................................Jacinda Lambert, First Team ............................................................... Sandi Reid, Second Team 2005-06............................................... Kristen Boone, First Team .............................................................. Irene Otamiri, First Team ...................................................... KaLeah Latham, Second Team 2006-07...........................................Kristen Boone, Second Team 2009-10........................................... Lakiah Hyson, Second Team SoCon Tournament MVP 1999-00................................................................ Brianne Dodgen 2000-01...................................................... ChoRhonda Gwaltney

Academic All-Southern Conference 2003-04........................................ Caroline Blair, Ashley Current 2004-05........................................ Caroline Blair, Ashley Current 2005-06........................................ Jasmine Dixon, Caroline Blair, ........................................ Meghan Chamberlain, Ashley Current 2006-07.Jasmine Dixon, Meghan Chamberlain, Gini Grimsley 2007-08............................. Meghan Chamberlain, Gini Grimsl Agne Girstautaite, Jasmine Dixon 2008-09....... Gini Grimsley, Agne Girstautaite, Monique Floyd 2009-10.................................Monique Floyd, Agne Girstautaite, ............................................................. Amy Clapper, Jazz Weaver 2010-11............. Amanda Leigh, Monique Floyd, Amy Clapper ............................................ Sidnei Harmon, Dayshaun Richbow 2012-13........................................................................Jarae Savage 2013-14........................................................................Lucy Mason SoCon Player of the Month November 2006 Jasmine Byrd; December 2010 Monique Floyd SoCon Player of the Week Jan. 26, 1998 Biz Brediger; Feb. 23, 1998 Biz Brediger; Jan. 14, 1999 Melinda Goodson; Dec. 20, 1999 Melinda Goodson; Feb. 21, 2000 Brianne Dodgen; Jan. 21, 2002 Samika Foster; Dec. 16, 2002 Amanda Eaton; Jan. 13, 2003 Lindsey Reed; Feb. 17, 2003 Nicole Murray; Feb. 14, 2006 Kemena Brooks; Nov. 28, 2006 Jasmine Byrd; Jan. 9, 2007 Kristen Boone; Feb. 24, 2009 Monique Floyd; March 2, 2010 Amanda Leigh; Dec. 21, 2010 Monique Floyd; Feb. 15, 2011 Amanda Leigh SoCon Student-Athlete of the Week Nov. 29, 2007 Jasmine Dixon; Jan. 22, 2008 Jasmine Dixon; Dec. 10, 2008 Gini Grimsley; Dec. 23, 2009 Amy Clapper; Jan. 20, 2010 Monique Floyd; Dec. 15, 2010 Monique Floyd; Jan. 19, 2011 Monique Floyd Big South Player of the Year 1993-94....................................................................Vickie Henson Big South Coach of the Year 1992-93.........................................................................Lynne Agee All-Big South 1992-93...............................................Vickie Henson, First Team .....................................................Micky Haywood, Second Team 1993-94...............................................Vickie Henson, First Team 1994-95.............................................. Alisa Moore, Second Team ............................................................. Julie Moore, Second Team 1995-96................................................... Alisa Moore, First Team ............................................................. Julie Moore, Second Team 1996-97.........................................Melinda Goodson, First Team All-Big South Rookie Team 1993-94........................................................................ Serena King 1995-96.................................................................... Sam Ferguson 1996-97..............................................................Melinda Goodson 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 Rebecca Viverette Big South Freshman of the Week Jan. 4, 1993 Julie Moore; March 1, 1993 Julie Moore; March 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

Pre-NCAA Division I Era (1969-91)

AIAW Tournament Appearance 1972 NCAA DivISION III Tournament Appearances 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 NCAA DivISION II Tournament Appearances 1991 Dixie Conference Championships (Division III) Tournament..........................1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 Regular season.....................1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Tournament Championship (AIAW) Winthrop Tournament...........................................................1972 American Women’s Sports Federation (AWSF) All-Americans (Division III) 1981-82................................................. Carol Peschel, First Team ................................................Jody Mangus, Honorable Mention Kodak All-Americans (Division III) 1982-83.........................................Michele Blazevich, First Team 1983-84............................................Renee Coltrane, Third Team ................................................... Wendy Engelmann, Third Team 1987-88..................................................... Angie Polk, First Team Kodak All-Region (Division II) 1988-89..................................................... Angie Polk, First Team Division III All-Tournament 1981-82......................................................................Carol Peschel .................................................................................. Sherry Sydney All-South (Division III) 1982-83..............................................................Michele Blazevich 1983-84.................................................................. Renee Coltrane ..........................................................................Wendy Engelmann 1985-86..........................................................................Angie Polk ................................................................................ Natalie Conner 1986-87..........................................................................Angie Polk 1987-88..........................................................................Angie Polk All-Dixie Conference (Division III) 1981-82..................................................Jody Mangus, First Team ............................................................... Carol Peschel, First Team 1982-83.........................................Michele Blazevich, First Team .......................................................Renee Coltrane, Second Team .........................................................Sherry Sydney, Second Team 1983-84..............................................Renee Coltrane, First Team ..................................................... Wendy Engelmann, First Team .................................................. Michele Blazevich, Second Team 1984-85..............................................Renee Coltrane, First Team ..................................................... Wendy Engelmann, First Team 1985-86...................................................... Lisa Seidel, First Team ....................................................... Natalie Conner, Second Team ............................................................. Ruby Smith, Second Team 1986-87.............................................. Natalie Conner, First Team .................................................................. Ruby Smith, First Team ...............................................................Angie Polk, Second Team 1987-88..................................................... Angie Polk, First Team .............................................................Chris Holec, Second Team All-Dixie Tournament Team (Division III) 1982-83..............................................................Michele Blazevich ................................................................................... Marie Cawley ................................................................................. Brenda Tolbert .................................................................................... Jody Mangus ....................................................................................Carol Peschel 1983-84..............................................................Michele Blazevich ................................................................................ Renee Coltrane ..........................................................................Wendy Engelmann ................................................................................. Brenda Tolbert 1984-85.................................................................. Renee Coltrane .........................................................................................Lisa Seidel 1985-86.........................................................................Ruby Smith 1986-87.................................................................. Natalie Conner ........................................................................................Angie Polk ..................................................................................... Julia Weaver 1987-88.............................................................Stephanie Johnson ........................................................................................Angie Polk Dixie Tournament MVP (Division III) 1981-82......................................................................Carol Peschel

1982-83........................................................Marie Cawley 1986-87.............................................................Angie Polk Dixie Coach of the Year (Division III) 1981-82, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1987-88........... Lynne Agee


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Student-athletes at UNCG have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success over the years. Although the athletic department celebrated its 48th season in 2013-14, 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 first-ever 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 -- went from Division III in 1987, to Division II in 1988-90 and have been Division I since 1991. • 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. • Men’s basketball games moved off campus to the Greensboro Coliseum, one of the premier facilities in the country. From major league pitcher Brian Moehler to MLS champion Alejandro Moreno to LPGA star Becky Morgan, Spartan alumni have gone on to successful careers in sports. That success isn’t just limited to the playing field, either. The late Doug Hamilton was one of the pioneers within MLS and played on the UNCG national championship teams of the 1980s. Eyjolffson returned to his native Iceland and is one of the top people in his native country’s soccer federation, currently serving as their women’s national team head coach. Spartan athletics has had its success stories over the years … and the best is yet to come.


National Championships (Six Overall) 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

Men’s Soccer 2006 Men’s Soccer 2008 Wrestling 2010 Men’s Tennis Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer

Conference Tournament Titles (44 overall; 32 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

Conference Regular Season Titles (84 overall; 50 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

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UNCG ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME 2014 Hall of fame Class

1985 Men’s Soccer Team

Team Inductions 1973 Women’s Golf Team (Inducted 2004) Won the first national championship of any kind for UNCG, competing in the AIAW National Tournament in Massachusetts … defeated Rollins College on the final hole for the championship.

1981-82 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2007) National runnersup 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.

1986 Men’s Soccer Team

1987 Men’s Soccer Team

1982 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2004) Won the NCAA Division III National Championship without a home field … facilities at UNCG were under renovation at the time, forcing the team to play its games at near-by Grimsley High School … the team finished 19-3-0, including a 3-0 win over Wake Forest during the regular season and a 2-1 win over Plymouth State in double overtime in the NCAA quarterfinals.

1983 Women’s Tennis Team (Inducted 2008) With four freshmen and two sophomores, team compiled a 20-4 record, including 14-2 in the spring, and finished the NCAA Division III national runners-up … Amy Brown and Lisa Zimmerman earned All-American honors that season.

1994 Baseball Team 1983 Men’s Soccer Team (Inducted 2009) Brought home the school’s second consecutive national title with a dominant season. Went 231-1 on the year, including outscoring its seven conference foes by a combined 44-1. Twelve of its first 13 matches were won by shutout. Won a then-NCAA record 23 matches, including rallying from a 2-0 deficit in the national title match to defeat Claremont.

1995-96 Men’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2012) The 1995-96 men’s basketball team was the first men’s basketball team to reach the NCAA Division I Tournament after posting a 20-10 overall record and an 11-3 mark in Big South Conference play ... The Spartans, under the direction of head coach Randy Peele, won the Big South Tournament title in just their second appearance all-time, posting victories over Coastal Carolina (78-67), Charleston Southern (69-60) and Liberty (69-53) ... UNCG advanced to the NCAA Tournament at the Southeast Region in Orlando, Fla., falling to No. 7 Cincinnati, 66-61.

(Inducted 2010) The 1994 Spartan baseball squad became the first team in school history to record a victory in an NCAA tournament at the Division I level … In just its fourth year of existence, UNCG went 39-18 on the way to a Big South Conference title and 2-2 at the NCAA South Regional, defeating Southeast Louisiana and Tulane while falling twice to national power Southern California. 1987-88 Women’s Basketball Team (Inducted 2013) The 1987-88 women’s basketball team becomes the eighth team inducted into the UNCG Hall of Fame ... The squad posted a 26-7 overall record and a 13-1 mark in conference play before advancing all the way to the NCAA Division III National Semifinals ... The Spartans’ 26 wins are second most in program history, while their 13 conference wins are the most in program history ... The Spartans owned one of the most prolific scoring teams in program history in 1987-88 as they broke the 100-point barrier seven times that season ... Additionally, that team still holds five of the top eight single-game scoring outputs in program history, including a program-record 139 points against Averett College. ... In fact, the victory over Averett was the largest in program history as UNCG won by 100 points (139-39).


“The Big Five” (shown left to right) Chuck Hayes, Mike Weaver, Jim Melvin, Stanley Frank, Charlie Reid

Mike Berticelli - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … guided UNCG to 70-9-5 record (86.3%) in four seasons.

Belmar Gunderson - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Participated from 195256 at Women’s College … competed in four Wimbledons and 11 United States Lawn Tennis National Championships (now U.S. Open).

Jill Masterman - Field Hockey (Inducted 2000) In the days of AIAW, a four-year standout on field hockey team and was a co-captain as a senior in 1977.

Eddie Radwanski - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to back-toback Division III national championships in 1982 and 1983 … two-time Division III All-American (1983 and 1984) … No. 1 draft pick in the 1985 Major Indoor Soccer League draft by the Dallas Sidekicks.

Jim Allen - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Former vice chancellor for student affairs … had oversight on program’s move from Division III to I.

Marge Burns - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2000) Holds record of 10 North Carolina State Amateur Golf titles … named Carolinas Outstanding Amateur five times … qualified and played in 14 USGA Amateur Championships, as well as six US Open Tournaments.

Lewis Johnstone - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to three straight national playoff appearances … third all-time leading scorer in team history with 66 goals and 24 assists.

Chancellor Emeritus, William E. Moran Administrator (Inducted 2000) Served as Chancellor from 1979-94 … guided UNCG from Division III to Division I in 1991 … created the Spartan Club.

Bruce Shaw - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG’s first-ever men’s basketball teams … scored 1,401 points, becoming UNCG’s first 1,000-point scorer … two-time All-Dixie Conference honoree.

Mike Burke - Supporter (Inducted 2001) Led UNCG’s charge in scholarship fundraising … created first athletic endowment in 1987 … raised funds toward a total endowment now valued at more than $4 million.

Mike Fleming - Supporter (Inducted 2000) UNCG supporter for more than two decades … UNCG named its basketball gymnasium the Michael Fleming Gymnasium on Dec. 1, 1994.

Ethel Martus Lawther - Administrator (Inducted 2003) Served 26 years as head of Department of Physical Education (194871) … developed both men’s and women’s intercollegiate athletic programs after Women’s College became UNCG in 1963.

Angie Polk-Jones - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2000) Led UNCG to a 93-22 mark in her four years (1985-89) … Division III All-American as a junior … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 1,585 points.

Rita Wiggs - Women’s Basketball (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.

Renee Coltrane - Women’s Basketball (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.


Jason Haupt - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2001) Two-time first-team AllAmerican … led UNCG to a Division III national championship in 1987 … UNCG’s all-time leader in goals scored with 77.

Carol Mann - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2002) LPGA Hall of Fame member … earned 38 LPGA victories in 22 years on tour.

Laura Mussulman - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Member of first women’s soccer team … UNCG’s first great goalkeeper in women’s soccer with 18 career shutouts.

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

Lynne Agee - Women’s Basketball Coach (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.

Brian Moehler - Baseball (Inducted 2005) UNCG’s first player to be drafted in Major League Baseball’s FirstYear Player Draft … earned UNCG’s firstever win over a Division I opponent and went onto pitch for Detroit and Florida in the major leagues.

Pat Hielscher - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2001) Coached UNCG’s first volleyball team in 1970 … guided Spartans to a 106-30 record and a NCAIAW state title in 1974.

Tom Martin - Men’s Basketball, Supporter (Inducted 2002) UNCG’s first male president of Alumni Board of Directors … served as tri-captain of the first two UNCG men’s basketball teams.

Maxine Allen - Amateur Athlete (Inducted 2001) Garnered national attention as duckpin bowler … set world records and earned a top national ranking.

Mike Sweeney - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2003) Amassed 55 goals and 27 assists in his three seasons at UNCG (198083) … member of 1982 and 1983 NCAA III national championship teams … led the team in scoring in 1981 and 1982 and was a first-team All-American in 1983.

Dr. David B. Knight - Administrator (Inducted 2004) Not only a leader in the transition from Division III to Division I, but a leader on the national scene as UNCG’s Faculty Athletics Representative … became the only FAR to serve on the Div. I, II and III levels … served as chair of the NCAA’s first Division I Academics / Eligibility / Compliance Cabinet and served as a consultant to the NCAA on numerous academic reform issues.

Michael Parker - Men’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2005) Second active coach to be inducted (first male) … winner of more than 400 collegiate matches, including more than 300 at UNCG … led Spartans to NCAA Division III national championships in 1985, 1986 and 1987.

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

Andrew Mehalko - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2002) Led UNCG to three (1983, 1985 and 1986) NCAA Division III national championships in his four seasons with the Spartans.

Elizabeth House - Media / Supporter (Inducted 2003) Former sports writer for The Carolinian and The News & Record covering UNCG athletics.

Donna Friesen Wigton - Volleyball (Inducted 2003) Volleyball standout at UNCG (1970-73) … active contributor to the sport through coaching … part of officiating crew at 1996 Olympics and 1993 World University Games.

Winn Hazlegrove - Softball (Inducted 2005) Three-time CoSIDA Academic All-American honoree … one of UNCG’s greatest softball players, still ranked in the Top 10 in 20 statistical categories at the time of her induction (10 years after her graduation).

Nancy Porter, Women’s Golf Coach (Inducted 2005) One of the pioneers of women’s athletics at UNCG … coached the UNCG women’s golf team to the 1973 national championship … also considered one of UNCG’s first student-athletes, participating in women’s golf in the 1940s.


Liz Gremillion - Volleyball (Inducted 2006) One of the best setters to ever play for the Spartans, recording over 4,000 assists in her career … named 1995 Big South Conference Player of the Year.

Jo Ann Messick - Women’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis, Field Hockey (Inducted 2006) Three-sport competitor at UNCG in the 1970’s … 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.

Tonka Maynor - Baseball (Inducted 2007) Ten years after graduation, still ranked on the top 10 list at UNCG in every offensive statistical category … hit .363 in his four seasons at UNCG, logging 239 hits … holds UNCG record for career RBI with 171.

Larry Hargett - Men’s Basketball Coach (Inducted 2007) Coached UNCG to its first NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament berth, coming at the Division III level … finished the 1979-80 season 16-12 to earn its first NCAA bid.

Cathy Roberts - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Has spent virtually entire career - beginning as a student - working in athletics at UNC Greensboro, overseeing athletic facilities and operations and serving as the Senior Women’s Administrator.

Karyn Thompson Voelz - Softball (Inducted 2008) Most prolific hitter in UNCG softball history. Inducted 12 years after graduation and still ranked in top six in 12 offensive categories … led UNCG to 14986-2 mark and three NCAA play-in series during her time at UNCG.

Scott Hartzell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2006) Led UNCG to its first Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bid, in which UNCG nearly upset Cincinnati … graduated as UNCG’s all-time leading scorer and set every UNCG 3-point shooting standard in his career … led the team in scoring in three of his four seasons.

Jim Swiggett - Coach, Administrator (Inducted 2006) Pioneer in men’s athletics at UNCG … served as men’s basketball coach from 1968-75 and started men’s golf program, serving as coach from 1967-79 … also served as the university’s second Men’s Intercollegiate Division Coordinator.

Becky Morgan - Women’s Golf (Inducted 2007) One of the most notable athletic alumni as a member of the LPGA Tour … won the Big South individual championship three times and earned Big South Player of the Year (1995, 1996, 1997) … a three-time All-American, won medalist honors 10 times … qualified for the NCAA Regional all four years, earning a spot in the national event three times … an Academic All-American in 1997.

Dr. June Galloway - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) Served as the Coordinator of Women’s Athletics until her passing in 1974, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG.

Siggi Eyjolffson - Men’s Soccer (Inducted September 2008) Three-time All-American and two-time Academic All-American … UNCG’s all-time leading scorer with 185 points, recording 75 goals and 35 assists in his four seasons.

Joseph Caldeira - Men’s Golf (Inducted 2009) A second-team AllAmerican selection in 1979 ... was the first male student-athlete to earn All-American honors in any sport ... finished 10th in the 1979 NCAA Division III Championship.

Dock Kelly - Wrestling (Inducted 2006) One of UNCG’s first-ever qualifiers for the NCAA Championships (1996) … compiled a 50-34 mark despite competing with birth defects that left him without part of an arm and a leg. Honored by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame with its Medal of Courage.

Ali Lord - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2007) UNCG’s record holder for single-season and career goals … tallied 20 or more goals in three seasons … had a single-season record 26 goals in 1996, earning All-American honors … Big South Player of the Year in 1996 and SoCon Player of the Year in 1998.

Nelson Bobb - Administrator (Inducted February 2008) UNCG’s Director of Athletics for more than 25 years … Led the program through its transition from Division III to Division II to Division I and from the Big South Conference into the Southern Conference.

Dr. Frank Pleasants - Administrator (Inducted 2007) Served as the Coordinator of Men’s Athletics, helping to develop the first formal athletics program at UNCG beginning in 1967.

Joe Stanton - Wrestling (Inducted 2008) Compiled a 98-25 mark in his four seasons at UNCG, qualifying for three NCAA championships to make him the first male to qualify for an NCAA championship as an individidual … was UNCG’s winningest wrestler for 11 years.

Christine Hornak - Softball (Inducted 2009) Won 52 games over two seasons pitching for UNCG. Led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament bid in 1997 while earning Big South Pitcher of the Year honors.


Missi Olson Kovachev - Volleyball (Inducted 2009) Led UNCG to 108 wins in her four seasons as a Spartan, despite the program being in transition during its climb to Division I ... helped the Spartans to 32 wins and an NCAA Division II Tournament appearance in 1990 ... compiled 1,600 career kills.

Alex Lehnhoff - Men’s Tennis (Inducted 2010) The 1999 Southern Conference Men’s Tennis Player of the Year … as a junior, he won the Southern Conference’s No. 1 flight singles title … won a school-record 27 matches in 1996-97, a mark that stood for 13 years … went 94-37 in singles play during his career and also won more than 60 doubles matches.

Melinda Goodson - Women’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) One of just two women’s basketball players to have her number retired, Goodson (1997-2000) finished her career as the school’s No. 2 all-time leading scorer with 1,464 points – tops in UNCG’s Division I era ... Led the Spartans to their first NCAA Division I tournament appearance in 1998 as UNCG posted a 21-8 overall record.

Dominic Pattie - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartans, playing second base and helping UNCG post a 148-78 record ... Holds the career records for hits (299), runs (218), at-bats (867) and stolen bases (115), while ranking third all-time in total bases (400) ... Third Team All-America honoree in 1997 when he helped the Spartans post a program-record 45 victories.

Melody Cope - Softball Head Coach (Inducted 2013) Melody Cope was the Spartans’ softball head coach for six seasons from 1992-1997 and led UNCG to a 220-129-3 record (.629) during her tenure ... She is the all-time leader in wins in UNCG softball history and helped the Spartans to four conference tournament championships along with four appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

Ty Buckner - Administrator (Inducted 2010) Helped build the foundation of the Athletics Hall of Fame and served as the school’s first-ever full-time sports information director when the university was transitioning from Division III to Division I.

Eric Cuthrell - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2011) Two-time First-Team AllBig South selection and a key member of UNCG’s first Division I NCAA Tournament squad ... Scored 983 points, grabbed 859 rebounds and blocked a then-UNCG career record 183 shots ... Led the Spartans to a Big South Conference Tournament championship and subsequent NCAA Tournament berth in 1996.

Doug Hamilton - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2011) Four-year letter winner (1981-83, 1985) at UNCG and was a key member of three NCAA Division III national championship squads (1982-83, 1985) ... A co-captain in 1985, Hamilton was a first-team all-South Region and all-Dixie Conference selection in 1985. UNCG was 78-11-2 (.868) during his four seasons.

Jack Poland - Women’s Soccer Coach (Inducted 2012) Spent 13 seasons at the helm of the Spartans, guiding UNCG from its inaugural season in 1988 through the transition to NCAA Division I ... Led his teams to a 163-92-8 record (.620) during his career and seven regular season titles in the Big South and Southern Conferences (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 & 2000).

Raila Maisonlahti - Women’s Soccer (Inducted 2010) During her four seasons (1994-97), the Spartans compiled a 59-234 mark, including a perfect 22-0-0 record in Big South and Southern Conference play … the 1997 squad set school marks for wins (19), shutouts (13), overall points, goals and assists.

Tere Dail - Volleyball Coach (Inducted 2011) Served as UNCG’s women’s volleyball head coach from 1979-1999, amassing a career record of 490-259 (.654), leading the Spartans to four NCAA Tournaments and 14 seasons of 20 or more victories ...Dail’s victory total represents a UNCG record, 384 more than second place. Her 1984 & 1989 teams set the school record for wins in a season with 34.

Jason Parsons - Baseball (Inducted 2012) Four-year letterwinner for the Spartan baseball program as a righthanded pitcher, helping UNCG post a 148-78 record during his career ... Spartans’ all-time leader in wins (34) and saves (19), while placing second in appearances (118), third in innings pitched (324.2) and fourth in career ERA (3.31) ... Owns a 34-8 career record.

David Whiteside - Men’s Basketball (Inducted 2012) Two-year letterwinner for the Spartans as a post player, helping UNCG to a 33-20 overall record and a 22-6 mark in the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ... Averaged 16.4 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per contest in 51 outings while connecting on 64.0 percent (319-of-560) from the field and 86.2 percent (200-of-232) from the free throw line in his career.

Alejandro Moreno - Men’s Soccer (Inducted 2013) Alejandro Moreno was a four-year letterwinner and starter for the men’s soccer program from 1998-2001 helping the Spartans record a 57-27-3 record (.672) during his career ... He was a fourtime First Team All-Region selection and a four-time All-Conference recipient.

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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