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2010-11 Women’s Basketball

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL Table of Contents

Denise Beliveau Junior Forward

Credits:

The 2010-11 University of New Hampshire women’s basketball media guide was written, designed and edited by Anthony DeAngelis of the Athletic Media & Public Relations Office. Inside and covers design and layout on the iMac by Anthony DeAngelis using Adobe InDesign CS2 4.0.4 and Adobe Photoshop CS2. Individual head shots by Gil Talbot. Action photos within the guide by Carrie Doyle, Gregory Greene and Michael Silverwood. Magarity’s press conference photos by Gil Talbot. Special thanks to the entire Media and Public Relations staff, as well as the women’s basketball staff.

Table of Contents...................................................... 1 2010-11 Quick Facts................................................. 2 Media Information.................................................... 3 UNH........................................................................ 4-5 UNH Facilities....................................................... 6-7 The Region.............................................................. 8-9 University Information....................................10-11 Personnel...................................................12 Head Coach Maureen Magarity.....................13-14 Assistant Coach Margaret Carey.........................15 Assistant Coach Mike Roux..................................16 Assistant Coach Mark Walton.............................17 Dir. of Basketball Operations Kristen Linderoth........17 President Dr. Mark Huddleston...........................18 Athletic Director Marty Scarano.........................19 Support Staff......................................................20-22 2010-11 Preview..........................................23 Season Outlook.................................................24-25 Roster.........................................................................26 Players..........................................................27 Kate Early..................................................................28 Jill McDonald...........................................................29 Denise Beliveau.......................................................30 Kelley Flynn..............................................................31 Lauren Wells............................................................32 Jilliane Friel...............................................................33 Abigail LaRosa.........................................................34 Jackie Lyons..............................................................35 Cari Reed..................................................................36 Kelsey Hogan...........................................................37 Sarah-Marie Frankenberger..................................38 Bridgette McKnight................................................38 2009-10 Season in Review......................39 2009-10 Statistics....................................................40 2009-10 Results and Leaders................................41 2009-10 Awards and Honors................................42 2009-10 America East League Leaders...............43 This is America East..............................44 About America East...............................................45 America East Composite Schedule.....................46 History and Records............................47 Timeline..............................................................48-49 Individual/Team Season Records........................50 All-time Leaders......................................................51 Individual/Team Records......................................52 Coaches Year-by-Year Results/Leaders...............53 All-time Awards......................................................54 UNH vs. All-time Opponents...............................55 Game-by-Game.................................................56-58 All-time Letterwinners..........................................59

ON THE FRONT COVER: Kate Early & Jill McDonald

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University Information

School................................University of New Hampshire Location............................................ Durham, N.H. 03824 Founded......................................................................... 1866 Enrollment.................................................................. 14,492 President.......................................... Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletic Director........................................ Marty Scarano Nickname................................................................ Wildcats Colors............................................................. Blue & White Affliation..................................................NCAA Division I Conference.....................................................America East Arena ............................................Lundholm Gymnasium Capacity........................................................................ 3,000

Coaching Staff

Head Coach....................Maureen Magarity (Marist ‘03) Overall Record................................................. First Season Record at UNH................................................ First Season Assistant Coaches.....Margaret Carey (Mount St. Mary’s ‘01) ....................................Mike Roux (Assumption ‘02) ................Mark Walton (University of Guelph ‘72) Director of Basketball Operations ..........................Kristen Linderoth (Lafayette College ‘10) Athletic Trainer.....................................Barbara Hemphill Strength and Conditioning Coach.......... Paul Chapman

MEDIA & PUBLIC RELATIONS

Media & Public Relations Director.............Tom Wilkins Women’s Basketball Contact.......... Anthony DeAngelis Office Phone.................................................. 603-862-3835 Cell Phone...................................................... 603-812-6876 E-mail...................................anthony.deangelis@unh.edu Office Fax....................................................... 603-862-3839 Press Row Phone.......................................... 603-862-3181 Web Site.........................................www.unhwildcats.com

Team Information

2009-10 Record......................................................9-22 2009-10 Conference Record/Finish............. 3-13/9th Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................10/5 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................... 3/2 Key Returners (3): Denise Beliveau, 5-11, Jr. (R), F.......11.2 ppg, 6.1 rpg Jill McDonald, 6-2, Sr., F..... 9.9 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 2.0 bpg Lauren Wells, 5-7, Jr., G.....................6.7 ppg, 1.6 rpg OthersReturners (7): Kate Early, 6-1, Sr., F..........................0.7 ppg, 0.7 rpg Kelley Flynn, 6-5, Jr. (R), C................3.5 ppg, 3.6 rpg Jilliane Friel, 5-9, So., G.....................1.6 ppg, 0.6 rpg Kelsey Hogan, 5-6, Fr. (R), G....... Sat out last season Abigail LaRosa, 5-9, So. (R), G.... Sat out last season Jackie Lyons, 5-9, So., G.....................0.5 ppg, 0.3 rpg Cari Reed, 5-9, So., G........................ 3.4 ppg, 2.1 apg Newcomers (2): Bridgette McKnight, 5-10, Fr., F Sarah-Marie Frankenberger, 5-10, Fr., G/F

Directions To UNH

From the South: Take I-95 North to 91 North (at New Haven, Conn.) to 84 East (Exit 29/Charter Oaks Bridge). Follow 84 East through Connecticut to the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90). Stay on the Mass Pike for 10 miles before taking the exit for Auburn/Worcester and 290 East. Proceed east on 290 to Exit 26B for 495 North–stay in the left lane to exit to 495 North. Continue on 495 North– it will end and merge with 95 North. Proceed on 95 North into New Hampshire and continue on to the toll booth. From the toll, go approximately seven miles to Exit 4–left lane exit–for the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West)– Signs that read “NH Lakes and Mountains,” and “Dover/Concord”. Go about four miles and take Exit 6W (the last exit before the toll) and follow Route 4 West. Go approximately four miles and continue straight through a traffic light (Madbury Road), and proceed another 1 1/2 miles to the Route 155A exit, marked “University of New Hampshire.” Take a left turn off the ramp and proceed approximately one mile. The Fieldhouse (Lundholm Gymnasium) will be on the right and parking is available in “A Lot” directly across from the Field House on the left side (before 6pm park at the Visitors Lot next to A lot). From North: Follow 95 South to Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) and continue as above. From West (Vermont, Concord): Take 89 South to 93 North. Follow 93 North, approximately four miles to 393 East, which will merge with Route 4 East. Follow Route 4 to Route 155A exit for the “University of New Hampshire.” Make a right off the ramp and proceed as above. From West (Manchester, Nashua): Take 93 North to Route 101 East. Follow 101 to Exit 6 (Route 125). Exit and take a left onto 125 and follow straight to Lee Traffic Circle. First right at circle is Route 4 East. Follow as above.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

The 2010-11 University of New Hampshire women’s basketball guide was prepared by the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office to assist all media in their coverage of Wildcat basketball and to provide pertinent information regarding the New Hampshire women’s basketball program. Requests for additional information, interviews and photographs should be directed to Anthony DeAngelis in the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office.

will be available following the contest. There are also stat display monitors located along press row for use by radio and television outlets. Workspace for media members will be available in the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office, Room 151 in the Field House, following the game.

Interviews

All requests for player or coach interviews, either in person or via telephone, are arranged by the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office and should be requested through Anthony DeAngelis. Post-game interviews with coaches and players will take place in the Field House conference room following an NCAA-mandated 10 minute cooldown period. There will be no interviews with players on game day until after the contest.

Game Credentials

Only accredited members of the media will receive credentials for any game. Requests for credentials should be made no later than 24 hours prior to game time. Credentials can be picked up 90 minutes prior to the game at the Lundholm Gymnasium will-call table. Credentials should be requested through Anthony DeAngelis, Assistant Director of Media Relations.

Radio/UNHWildcats.tv

Photo and Film Credentials

The UNH athletic department has formed the “UNH Sports Network” which began in 1999 to provide radio coverage of UNH athletics. Veteran play-by-play annoucer Jim Jeannotte has been broadcasting Wildcat athletics since 1973 and will continue to anchor the show. Wildcats Sports Properties has added WGIN-AM 930 (Rochester) and WQSO-FM (Portsmouth) 96.7 as flagship stations on the Wildcats Sports Network, joining WGIR-AM 610 (Manchester), which was added in 2008. All three stations are part of the Clear Channel family, which went into effect at the beginning of the 2009-10 athletic season. Wildcat fans are encouraged to buy the “Wildcat All-Access Pass” which is an annual subscription for $79.95 that provides not only all the live coverage of UNH home athletic events, but also premium content not available to view without the All-Access Pass. The premium content includes a behind the scenes look at UNH athletics through player and coaches interviews, highlights, podcasts, select post-game interviews and an in-depth archive section of all video available on UNHwildcats.TV. Fans can also purchase home events on a per game basis of $7.95.

All photo and film credentials should be requested as early as possible, and no later than 24 hours prior to tip-off. Photographers and videographers should work on both end lines. Photographers and videographers on the end lines assume responsibility for all risks.

Radio

Credentials for visiting radio will be limited to three persons unless prior arrangements have been made. Visiting radio phone lines may be requested through the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office. There are two phone lines available for visiting radio, and there is no charge to use the lines for the game.

Press Row Game Services

Pre-game notes and game programs will be available prior to the start of each game. In addition, pre-game notes and statistics are available at least 24 hours prior to each game by accessing www.unhwildcats.com. Halftime statistics will be available and a complete book featuring final statistics and play-by-play

athletic media & public relations

Tom Wilkins Assistant Athletic Director for Media & Public Relations 603-862-0730 tom.wilkins@unh.edu

Doug Poole Associate Director 603-862-2585 dpoole@unh.edu

Mike Murphy Associate Director 603-862-3906 dpoole@unh.edu

Eric Coplin Assistant Director 603-862-0717 eric.coplin@unh.edu

Anthony DeAngelis Assistant Director 603-862-3835 anthony.deangelis@unh.edu

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In the past five years, the University has added eight new residential halls, most recently opening up three new dorms in 2008.

From left: New Hampshire Governor John Lynch, former President Bill Clinton, former President George H.W. Bush and former University President Bonnie Newman at the 2007 UNH commencement. The University has completed renovations to numerous buildings throughout the academic campus. Most recenty, Kingsbury Hall (shown) underwent a $52 million renovation.

Students who choose UNH often do so because of the seemingly endless options offered through an accessible system of schools and colleges. UNH offers literally thousands of courses in more than 100 majors.

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New Hampshire Nestled in New Hampshire’s seacoast region, the UNH campus offers a pleasing mix of classic and modern buldings and college greens that gradually gives way to 2,600 acres of woods, fields, and farms.

The recently constructed Holloway Commons offers award-winning dining services to UNH students.

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In the Summer of 2001, all of the women’s locker rooms in the field house were renovated. The locker room features 16 wooden lockers, a large-screen television and a lounge area.

The Wildcat sculpture, commissioned by the UNH alumni association, was created by Matthew Grey Palmer and is displayed on Main Street in front of the Whittemore Center and Memorial Field.

The Jerry Azumah Performance Center opened its doors in the summer of 2003 to UNH student-athletes. A generous donation by Azumah, a former cornerback with the Chicago Bears and the 1999 recipient of the Walter Payton Award, allowed for a new state-of-the-art strength and conditioning center.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL In 1995, construction of the $27 million Recreation and Sport Complex reached completion. The Whittemore Center includes a state-of-the-art 6,500 to 7,500 seat arena for hockey, concerts and convocations, as well as a three-level recreation sports facility.

Lundholm Gymnasium, the home to UNH basketball, has received a complete facelift in recent years. Since 2001, the gym floor has been replaced and new lighting and sound systems were installed. Most recently, the bleachers were replaced in the summer of 2007.

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Ocean, mountains, sandy beaches and charming port cities are all within a short drive.

Just an hour south of the campus is Boston, the cultural “hub� of New England. There, visitors can enjoy a baseball game at historic Fenway Park, visit Quincy Market or walk the Freedom Trail which features many of the sites where early American history was made.

The university itself is located just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. Historic Portsmouth Harbor, less than 10 miles from UNH, offers many shopping and fine dining opportunities, while Hampton Beach, to the south, is a popular vacation spot.

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the region

Amtrak’s Downeaster, with a station located on campus, is a great way to travel to Boston or Portland. As a passenger, you’ll enjoy overlooking miles of scenic landscape along the way.

Less than a two-hour drive north is the White Mountain region of New Hampshire, which offers numerous skiing and hiking opportunities. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeast.

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire is located to the north. The crown jewel of the region is Lake Winnipesaukee, which is one of the largest lakes in the Northeast. Countless recreational activities exist on the many lakes in the area.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL The University of New Hampshire was originally founded as a land-grant college whose mission was to shape and educate citizenry among the state’s farmers, business people and engineers. Today, the University is a land-, sea-, and space-grant university serving a growing undergraduate student body of about 14,000 and a graduate population of 3,000 in addition to 600 full-time faculty members, 92% of which have earned their doctorate degree. The university has grown into a top public research university occupying 2,600 acres of classic living and learning space, while still maintaining the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching. UNH’s student to faculty ratio registers at 18:1 with 84% of its classes having 50 students or less.

history

As one of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has always been recognized as a leader in education and research, spanning all fields of study and uniting them through interdisciplinary programs, labs, farms, theatres, research centers, and libraries. Founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, UNH was among the early state institutions of higher education whose formation was made possible by federal government land grants. The purpose for the grants was to establish colleges that would serve the sons Mills Hall and daughters of farming and laboring families. New Hampshire College was originally situated in Hanover, N.H. Here it was in connection with Dartmouth College before moving to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. The state legislature then granted its new charter as the University of New Hampshire in 1923. The University hosts nearly 550 international students from more than 40 countries and boasts a population of students from 49 states. Along with over 100 majors offered, UNH encompasses seven schools and colleges that undergraduates can choose from: the College of Liberal Arts, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, School of Health and Human Services, College of Life Sciences and Agricultures, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, and the Thompson School of Applied Science. And at the very heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program. The GEP is a core program with a breadth of academic subjects that aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, Diversity Statement others, society, and the world. The University prides itself as being a top The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administra10 entrepreneurial campus (Forbes.com and tors, faculty, staff, and students. The The Princeton Review) and is among the top university prohibits discrimination on the 30 universities nationally in science research basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, funding from NASA. national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran UNH is home to the NASA-recognized status, or marital status. Space Science Center; the Institute for Study The University of New Hampshire is for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the Institute Dimond Library committed to creating a more diverse comof Marine Science and Engineering. The munity, knowing that “inclusion, diversity and equity are values inextricably linked to English program is staffed by an inspiring faculty of winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the our mission of educational excellence.” This MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. In addition, the Whittemore diversity strengthens our ability to reach School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, was recently selected second among all business schools in our individual and collective potential and to provide better services and care for all a nationwide pool of business school deans. UNH also graduates students who attend top-notch graduate schools, faculty, staff, and students. including Law School at Harvard and Cornell, Engineering at Stanford, and Medical school at Dartmouth, John Hopkins, and Harvard.

University of New Hampshire Athletic Department Mission Statement The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of New Hampshire is to provide student-athletes a collegiate experience that is enriched by their participation in programs which are competitive at the NCAA Division I level both regionally and nationally. The intercollegiate athletics program also plays an important role by enhancing the quality of life for the University and statewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academic scholarship and integrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Provide student-athletes every opportunity to meet academic and athletic demands with the goal of graduating every student-athlete. Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitable opportunities for all women student-athletes commensurate with that of their male counterparts. Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in which the University competes.

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In the last few years, several of the athletic facilities have received major upgrades and improvements. In September of 2001, the University completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility. The Jerry Azumah Performance Center, a strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House, was dedicated on July 8, 2003. UNH athletics has also added three outdoor artificial fields, Memorial Field, Bremner Field and Cowell Stadium. Lundholm Gymnasium has received some major overhauls, including a new playing surface, new lights, a new sound system, scoreboard and a brand new bleacher system in the summer of 2007. Most recently, UNH completed a renovation of the Paul Sweet Oval indoor track complete with a new state-of-the-art surface, improved lighting and an overall facelift. In addition to the incredible improvements of its athletic facilities, the University has upgraded and renovated a large part of its academic campus as well. Most recently, Thompson Hall, one of the standing historical landmarks of the University, has been beautifully refurbished and restored. The University also completed a $52 million renovation of Kinsbury Hall, adding 6,000 square feet of student project Holloway Commons space for students in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a $4.5 revamp of Hewitt Hall to expand the School of Health and Human Services. In addition, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building, Rudman Hall and the Spaulding Life Sciences Renovation project now provide state-of-the-art teaching and researching laboratories. The University also spent $15 million to complete Morse Hall, a new science and engineering building as well as $8.2 million to modernize the Memorial Union Building. This revision to the existing student union building consisted of several upgrades including top kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms, as well as additional retail spaces such as the University Bookstore. The University has also completed construction of the new dining facility on Main Street, Holloway Commons, as well as the renovation of the Dimond Library. In November of 1995, construction of the $27 million Recreation and Sport Complex reached completion. The new Whittemore Center includes a state-of-the-art 6,500 to 7,500 seat arena for hockey, concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreational sports facility within the structure which had housed the old Snively Arena. Combining the atmosphere of a small New England liberal arts college with the resources and opportunities of a major research university, the University of New Hampshire is a place where all students can find or create their own niche and succeed. While the University offers an extremely broad academic base with an inspiring faculty, it also provides students with thousands of opportunities to get involved, either through athletics, campus recreation, Campus student life, or research. The University is a dynamic community that not only challenges its members academically but also expands their understanding and apLundholm Gymnasium preciation of cultural diversity and leads to incredible growth as students, faculty, staff, and as a community. Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Star of movie “Open Water” Andy Brickley ’82 Former NHL Player & Current Analyst, Boston Bruins (NESN) Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey Marcy Carsey ’66 Producer, Cosby Show & That 70’s Show

Distinguished Alumni Carlton Fisk ‘69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Chicago Bears John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules” Natalie Jacobson ‘65 Former News Anchor, WCVB-Boston

Mike Minnigan ’78 Vice President, AOL Mark Mowers, ‘98 Former NHL Player, Boston Bruins Ron Noble ’79 Secretary General, Interpol Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Yes, Dear”

Jason Krog, ‘99 AHL Player, Manitoba Moose

Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines

Ty Conklin ’01 NHL Player, Detroit Red Wings

Kathryn Kross ’82 Producer, “ABC Nightline”

Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley

Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Team Sports

Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut

Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com

Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL Maureen Magarity Head Coach • First Season Marist ‘03 Maureen Magarity (Marist ‘03) begins her first season as head women’s basketball coach at the University of New Hampshire. Magarity, who becomes the youngest coach of a Division I team - men’s or women’s - in the country, is the sixth head coach in the 35-year history of the program and comes to UNH after a four-year stint at the United States Military Academy, where she served as the associate head coach from 2009-10. In Magarity’s four years at West Point, the Black Knights compiled an overall record of 72-48, including a program-best 24-win campaign during the 2006-07 season. In her first three years on the job, Army averaged 20 wins a season, the best three-year span in program history. Magarity started at West Point in 2006-07 as an assistant coach and was elevated to the title of associate head coach in August of 2009. Tagged as the team’s recruiting coordinator, Magarity assisted in all aspects of the program, including the organization of official, unofficial, home and school visits with prospects. She also assisted with the coordination of practice, budget management, scouting opponents and monitoring academics. However, her main focus was player development for both the wing and post players. In her time on the bench, she has coached two players to All-Patriot League honors and helped one student-athlete earn the program’s first Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year award this past season. In addition to her tenure at Army, Magarity’s collegiate coaching experience includes stints as an assistant coach at Fairfield University (2005-06) and Marist College (200405). Prior to a one-year stint at Fairfield University, Magar-

ity served as an assistant coach at Marist College, helping lead the Red Foxes to a program-best 22-7 record, on their way to winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular season championship. Magarity earned a B.A. in Communications and Public Relations with a minor in Psychology from Marist College in 2003. In addition, she also earned an M.P.A. in Public Administration while at Marist in 2005. As a player, Magarity served as team captain during her junior and senior seasons, helping the Red Foxes to their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 2004. She garnered two All-MAAC Second Team selections, and was a 2004 MAAC All-Tournament Team choice. Magarity earned two MAAC Scholar-Athlete awards (2002, 2004) and received the James Pizzani Award for dedication and loyalty as a senior. Before transferring to Marist, she played one season at Boston College. While at BC, the Eagles reached the semifinals of the preseason WNIT, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2000. Magarity married her husband Brendan Copes in the summer of 2009. Magarity currently resides in Dover, N.H.

magarity Year-by-Year

(as an assistant) Marist 2004-05 23-7 Fairfield 2005-06 11-18 Army 2006-07 24-6 Army 2007-08 18-12 Army 2008-09 19-12 Army 2009-10 11-18 Total 6 seasons 106-73 (.592)

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT MAUREEN MAGARITY

Marty Scarano, UNH Athletic Director “Maureen is an energetic, bright, positive and wellprepared individual, who has a great vision for UNH Women’s basketball. More importantly, she wants to build this program with integrity and commitment both on and off the court. Maureen will be a great asset to the sport of women’s basketball and UNH in particular, and we are excited about her joining us and getting started.” Jamie Dixon, Pittsburgh Men’s Basketball Head Coach “Maureen is a person I’ve known for a long time. She brings great passion and enthusiasm to everything she does. I know she will give the University of New Hampshire a great coach and a great representation of the University in every way. They not only hired a great coach, but a great person, who will be a friend to all her players.”

Brian Giorgis, Marist Women’s Basketball Head Coach “I think it is a tremendous hire for New Hampshire. Maureen is a person of great integrity and has great knowledge of the game. She is the right person for [UNH] to get its program back on track.” Dave Magarity, Army Women’s Basketball Head Coach “It is always thrilling when one of your assistants becomes a head coach. As a parent, it is an incredibly proud moment to see your daughter named as the head women’s basketball coach of the University of New Hampshire. Maureen has always been a tireless worker and relentless recruiter. Her personal and professional background has prepared her for this great opportunity. Her dedication, loyalty, and leadership skills will be a tremendous asset to the University and the community.”

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL Margaret carey Assistant Coach • First Season Mount St. Mary’s ‘01 Margaret Carey, who will serve as the program’s Recruiting Coordinator, comes to UNH after serving a year as an assistant coach with the Fordham University women’s basketball team. Prior to her stint with the Rams, she spent a year at her alma mater, Mount St. Mary’s University, where she served as the recruiting coordinator, helping the Mountaineers continue their string of 20-straight NEC Tournament appearances, while posting their best season since the 2000-01 campaign. Prior to her time on the Mountaineers coaching staff, Carey was the head coach at Catholic University where she put together a 44-35 record from 2005-08, leading the Cardinals to the Capital Athletics Conference semifinals in her first year. Before her time at Catholic University, Carey served as an assistant at Richard Stockton College in New Jersey. Over the span of four years from 2001-05, she helped lead the Ospreys to a 67-43 record while guiding the squad to a New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament title and appearances at the NCAA Division III Tournament in 2004-05 and to the ECAC Championships during the 2002-03 season. Carey graduated from Mount St. Mary’s with a B.A. in Rhetoric and Communications. She was a three-year letterwinner with the Mountaineers from 1997-00, posting 156 points, 64 rebounds, 23 steals and 91 assists in her career. As a walk-on and eventual full-scholarship athlete, Carey helped lead the Mountaineers to a pair of 20-win seasons, including a Northeast Conference regular-season title during the 1998-99 campaign.

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Assistant Coach • First Season Assumption ‘02 Mike Roux joins the UNH women’s basketball staff after serving this past season as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball program at Holy Cross. He joined the Crusaders after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at Southern New Hampshire University, where he helped lead the Penmen to an overall record of 18-11 during the 2008-09 campaign. Prior to coaching at SNHU, Roux spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Assumption College women’s basketball team. While at Assumption, Roux assisted with recruiting, scouting and alumni relations. From 2003-05 Roux was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the men’s basketball team at Nichols College, and during the 2002-03 season he was an assistant coach for the boys’ basketball team at the Bromfield School. Roux began his coaching career as the freshman boys’ basketball coach at Nashoba Regional High School while an undergraduate student at Assumption. A 2002 graduate of Assumption, Roux was a member of the soccer team and assisted the women’s basketball team as a member of the practice squad. He currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Deb, and son, Joshua.

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Assistant Coach • First Season University of Guelph ‘72 Mark Walton comes to UNH after serving as the Canadian Head Coach for the National Elite Development Academy (NEDA) for the last two years. During his tenure, the squad became the first Canadian team to go undefeated on an international tour in France during March 2009. Additionally, 12 of his players have gone on to play with the men’s Canadian National Team and several have gone on to play on the women’s side as well. He was also the head coach at Cathedral High School in Hamilton, Ontario, for the men’s basketball squad, posting a 723-86 overall record. During his stint at Cathedral he led the team to league championships in 1984, 1994 and 1998, after going undefeated and garnering the No. 1 ranking in the country in each of those three seasons. Graduating 100 percent of his student-athletes, Walton also had more players continue their playing careers at the collegiate level than any other coach in the country. Additionally, Walton served as a teacher from 1972 through 2001, specializing in English, law, Special and Physical Education. He was the head of the Special Education department from 1976 to 1981 and was head of the Cooperative Education department from 1982 to 2001. Walton, who was elected a member of the University of Guelph Hall of Fame in 1985, lettered three years for the Gryphons, earning his bachelor’s in 1972. In that span, he was named an OUAA All-Star and team MVP during both his junior and senior seasons. He was also the first Gryphon to score 1,000 points and ranks in the top 10 all-time in both scoring and career rebounding for the program.

kristen linderoth Director of Basketball Operations First Season • Lafayette College ‘10 Kristen Linderoth, a Spring Lake, N.J., native, comes to UNH after earning her bachelor’s degree in Government and Law with a minor in Women and Gender Studies from Lafayette College in May. Prior to her year at Lafayette, she spent three years at Catholic University of America where she majored in Politics and was also a member of the varsity basketball team. While at Catholic University of America, Linderoth was honored as a Capitol Athletic Conference Second Team honoree in her freshman season, while also notching Rookie of the Year honors. During that year she started in 24 of 27 games, ranking second on the team in scoring (11.6 ppg) and leading the Cardinals in rebounds (177) and blocks (28). Over the course of the next two seasons, the former team captain started in all 26 games she appeared in, averaging 12.8 points, 5.7 rebounds, 1.2 blocks and 1.2 assists per game. Her best numbers came during her sophomore campaign when she averaged 13.6 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL dr. mark huddleston President Dr. Mark W. Huddleston is the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire. He brings three decades of experience in public and private higher education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator, most recently as president of Ohio Wesleyan University. His term at UNH commenced in July 2007. Huddleston began his academic career at the State University of New York-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. He then joined the faculty of the University of Delaware in 1980, where he remained for the next 24 years. Dr. Huddleston chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and served as associate provost for international programs. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 2001, where he managed 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 fulltime faculty and staff, and served in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. Having received his bachelor’s degree in political science from SUNY-Buffalo, Huddleston went on to receive both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been active as a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an advisor in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse and spent 24 years at the University of Delaware in various capacities. For UNH he says, the best years are yet to come—and he is happy that he will be a part of that. “I like to think I’m a really accessible guy. I see students on a regular basis when I’m wandering around campus,” Huddleston says, acknowledging that, with 12,000 more students at UNH than at Ohio Wesleyan, it will be a different experience but not one he wants to disappear. “If I had wanted to be a CEO of a large company, tucked away in an office somewhere, I would have done that,” he says. “I think people here really want a president that they see and feel is a part of the fabric of UNH. That’s very appealing to me.” Huddleston and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL marty scarano Athletic Director Marty Scarano is in the midst of his 11th year as Director of Athletics at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with academics, facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. According to numbers released in 2010, UNH athletics ranks highest in the America East Conference, the Colonial Athletic Association and second nationally among all public institutions, trailing only the U.S. Naval Academy, for the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of its student athletes with a mark of 97 percent. Of its 20 current sport teams, 14 of them submitted perfect GSRs of 100 percent. UNH finished second in the America East Academic Cup this past season, achieving a 3.16 cumulative grade-point average, which surpassed the league record for highest GPA. There have been over $8.5 million in capitol improvements since his hiring in the summer of 2000. In the fall of 2008, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. The total cost of the project exceeded $500,000. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken. The $600,000 renovation included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. Scarano brought about the completion of the $2.15 million Reggie Atkins Track and Field Facility in the summer of 2000. The addition of a center-ice scoreboard and message board at the Whittemore Center was completed in 2001. In 2002, UNH athletics renovated Memorial Field along with the Bigglestone Plaza and Bremner Field on the former Upper Field. The two fields, which feature state-of-the-art synthetic turf and lighting, were built at a cost of $1.5 million apiece. In addition, construction was completed to enlarge and improve the women’s locker rooms in the UNH Field House. Two other major improvements to benefit UNH’s student-athletes have been the renovation of the Jerry Azumah Performance Center for Strength and Conditioning, which features state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment, new offices and design, and a complete overhaul of the Student-Athlete Academic Center. Scarano and the University are also in the midst of the planning and fundraising for a multipurpose outdoor facility. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, UNH has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department was host of highly-successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, and Manchester will once again be the site of the Northeast Regionals in 2011. UNH has had the opportunity to host two NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Fours in the Whittemore Center in 2002 and 2005. In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley, as well as the 2005 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Northeast Regional, which took place at the Whittemore Center. This past season, men’s and women’s ice hockey, football, the men’s and women’s ski teams and gymnastics, as well as members of men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, all competed in the NCAA postseason. Because of these initiatives and accomplishments, UNH athletics has consistently been ranked in the top 90 programs among all Division I institutions in the battle for the NACDA Directors Cup, which is well ahead of nearly all of UNH’s conference opponents. This past season, the Wildcats ranked 72nd out of more than 370 Division I schools with 260.50 points, which were the most in program history, the best in America East and placed the ‘Cats in the top five among FCS teams. UNH ranked behind only Villanova, Princeton, Cornell and Harvard in the FCS subdivision. In New England, the Wildcats finished fourth behind Boston College, Connecticut and Harvard. Scarano’s many accomplishments during his tenure have played a key role in UNH being named one of the Top 20 Athletic Departments in the Country in U.S. News and World Report college athletics rankings in March 2002. UNH’s graduation rate for athletes has maintained levels at or exceeding 90 percent, which puts it among the nation’s best in Division I. The men’s ice hockey team won the regular season Hockey East title in 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2010, and then advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four in 2002 and 2003. The Wildcat women’s hockey team won the Hockey East Tournament Championship four straight seasons from 2006-09, which also included Frozen Four appearances in 2006 and 2008. The women’s gymnastics team won its first-ever EAGL title in 2003, when the event was hosted at the Whitt. The volleyball team won an America East crown in 2002 and 2003 and went on to the NCAA tournament in those same seasons. The field hockey team made the NCAA’s in 2000, while women’s lacrosse made “The Big Dance” in 2004 and again in 2008. UNH football returned to national prominence and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for parts of three seasons from 2005-07, made it to the NCAA FCS playoffs the last six years, including the quarterfinals five times in that span, and also won its fifth consecutive game against an FBS opponent in 2009. Additionally, 21 coaches have won 58 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano’s tenure. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Scarano also been an active member in the leadership of UNH’s three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for Atlantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-06 and 2006-07. Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. The college’s athletic program excelled both in and out of the classroom under his supervision and six different athletic facilities received renovations, including the Schlessman Pool, Washburn Field, the Carle Weight Room and a new press box at Stewart Field. During his tenure, Colorado College was ranked among the top 20 Division III programs in the Sears Cup national standings and produced several All-Americans, all-academic award winners and NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipients. During Scarano’s tenure at Colorado College, the men’s ice hockey team became a regular at the NCAA men’s ice hockey championships. Prior to his stay in Colorado Springs, Scarano worked for 13 years at Colgate University, where he served as assistant director of athletics, director of physical education, associate director, and senior associate director. Scarano, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 1978 graduate of Penn State University, where he started his athletic career as assistant ticket manager and the athletics events manager from 1980-83. Scarano holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental History from Colgate. He and his wife, Cydney, have two daughters, Lynden, a junior at UNH, and Corey, and a son, Kyle.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL academics Athletic excellence is one-half the formula for success in the collegiate experience for University of New Hampshire football players. The primary measure of achievement is the student-athlete’s success in the classroom. For the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 academic years, UNH was awarded the America East Academic Cup for recording the highest GPA in the conference. In both the Fall 2004 and Winter/Spring 2005 semesters, UNH placed the highest number of student-athletes on the America East Honor Roll; the University accomplished the feat again in Fall ‘06 and Fall ‘09. New Hampshire also boasts one of the top graduation rates in the country. UNH is dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete’s ability to achieve academic excellence. Realizing the time commitment Joanne Cathy the players give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available M aldari Leach to Wildcat football players and all other student-athletes. This program includes the monitoring of academic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting with the academic advisors within the various colleges. Serving as Student-Athlete Support Coordinator is Assistant Athletic Director Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on to earn her master’s degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. She was recognized for her outstanding efforts at UNH by receiving the University’s 2001 Academic Advising Award. Before coming to Durham, Maldari served athletic counseling internships at Springfield and Central Connecticut State University. Cathy Leach begins her ninth season at the University of New Hampshire and her first as Assistant Athletic Director for Academic Support and Compliance. Leach has been working in Academic Support since joining the staff in 2003 and has also served as an assistant in the compliance department since 2004 helping with the day-to-day operations meeting NCAA compliance and certification. Leach returned to UNH athletics in 2001 as the tutoring coordinator for two years. Prior to her time in academic support, Leach worked in the UNH admissions office for 11 years. She also served as the interim women’s Athletic Director for one year (1989-1990). She also worked in the Wildcat Sports Information Office for three years beginning in 1985, marking her first job on UNH’s campus. Leach is a graduate of Springfield College with a degree in English/Sports Journalism.

student-athlete development Cathy Coakley enters her third year as UNH’s Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development. Coakley spearheads a comprehensive educational program to enhance the personal development and welfare of the University’s student-athletes. Coakley works with several other areas of student-athlete development, including the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), first-year student academic mentoring program, community service activities involving UNH student-athletes, and various other programs geared toward student-athletes. In addition, she has established – and will continue to establish – networks and act as a liaison with campus departments and constituencies. Coakley has an extensive career in both athletics and higher education. Most recently, she was an instructor of Sports Marketing, within the Kinesiology Department, at James Madison University and coordinated all practicum and internships required of Sport Management majors. In this position, Coakley taught personal and professional development as well as life skills to the students (including athletes) within the major. While at JMU, she served as Assistant Field Hockey coach from 2005-07 and helped guide the Dukes to the CAA championship and NCAA tournament appearance in 2007. Prior to her tenure at JMU, Coakley worked in collegiate basketball. She started her collegiate coaching career at UNH as an assistant under Cecelia DeMarco from 1977-79. Coakley moved on to become head coach at Fordham University from 1979-84 and served as an assistant under Joy Malchodi at Northeastern University from 1996-2000. Coakley earned her Bachelor of Arts in Earth Science and her Master of Arts in Education Administration at UNH.

athletic administration & support staff

Dot Sheehan

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

Dr. Steve Hardy Athletics Faculty Representative

Steve Metcalf

Deputy Athletic Director

Diane Metcalf

Director of the Athletic Annual Fund

Pat Madsen

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Finance

Don Worden

Jean Mitchell

Carrie Kimball

Associate Athletic Director for Events Management

Equipment Manager

Athletic Facilities Manager

Amber Radzevich

Associate Athletic Director for Marketing & Communications

Liz McAllister

Administrative Assistant for Basketball

Nicole Ayer

Director of Ticketing

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL sports medicine Jon Dana has been involved with University of New Hampshire athletic program since 1984. He began his career as an assistant athletic trainer and was promoted to men’s head athletic trainer in 1987 and head athletic trainer for the entire program in 1989. In 2001, he was named UNH’s Director of Sports Medicine. In addition to overseeing operations and supervising the Sports Medicine staff, Dana works specifically with the football and ski teams. The Sports Medicine Department at the University of New Hampshire consists of eight full- and part-time certified and licensed athletic trainers. The department works out of two locations – the Field House and the Whittemore Center. Both athletic training rooms utilize currently available modalities, including muscle stimulators, ultrasound, heat, cryotherapy, and Jon Barbara hydrotherapy. The Certified Athletic Trainer provides a myriad of services to the department and the student-athlete. These include, but Dana Hemphill are not limited to, initial injury assessment and management, emergency injury/illness management, referral to appropriate professionals, interface with associated physicians and others, rehabilitation, counseling, administrative duties, including insurance coordination, supervision of practices and games, development and implementation of emergency plans, as well as student athletic trainer supervision. The athletic training room is considered to be “a designated facility where comprehensive health care services are provided. Comprehensive health care services include practice and game preparation, injury/illness evaluation, first aid and emergency care, follow-up care, rehabilitation and related services.” (National Athletic Trainer’s Association Education Council). Dana is well respected in the athletic training field. His international experience includes: working at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing with the U.S. Canoe/Kayak team; working for the USA Canoe/Kayak teams at the World Cup in Prague, Slovenia, Augsburg and Germany; working at the 2004 Paralympics in Athens; working for the U.S. Men’s Team Handball squad at the Pan American Games in the Dominican Republic; and working with the U.S. Track and Field Team at the Paralympics World Championships in Lille, France. Additionally, he has worked at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Sacramento, Calif., and at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y. Since 1980, Dana has worked as an athletic trainer at the Boston Marathon. Dana has been Team Captain of the Finish Line Medical Area since 1996. Dana has served as Drug Testing Site Coordinator and Head Athletic Trainer at various NCAA championship events, including men’s and women’s ice hockey, and skiing. Dana is certified by the National Athletic Trainer’s Association and is a licensed athletic trainer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. In addition, Dana has a CPR Re-Certification and a Massachusetts Teacher Certification in physical education, health and science. A native of Uniondale, N.Y., Dana is a 1979 graduate of Northeastern University. He began his athletic training career at Brookline and Newton South High Schools in Massachusetts, and then was the head athletic trainer at Fitchburg State College from 1980-84. Barbara Hemphill (Salem State College ‘08) is in her third year with the UNH athletic training staff. Her primary sports assignments are field hockey and women’s basketball and she also assists with UNH’s other 18 varsity sports. Hemphill graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports, Fitness & Leisure with a concentration in Athletic Training, as well as a minor in biology, in May 2008. She went on to attain a Master’s Degree in Sports Psychology from California, University of Pennsylvania in 2009. Hemphill also holds a Performance Enhancement Specialist certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). She is CPR/AED/First Aid Certified, holds an ‘F’ Class Soccer Coaching License and is certified as a Level I American Swim Coaches Association Coach. Her professional affiliations include National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (EATA) and Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts (ATOM). She was awarded a NATA Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship and was the winner of the NATA Undergraduate National Writing Contest in 2007. Additionally, she received the EATA District I Charles Redmond Scholarship in 2008. Before returning to school for her athletic training degree, the native of Calgary, Alberta traveled around the world for 16 months before settling in the Boston area and eventually taking a job as a database administrator at Harvard University.

Strength & Conditioning Paul Chapman enters his 10th year as the director of strength and conditioning at the University of New Hampshire and John Ciani is entering his ninth year with the UNH athletic department. After four years as an assistant coach in the University’s strength and conditioning office, Ciani was promoted to the position of Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning in 2006. Chapman and Ciani helped coordinate the building of the state-of-the-art Jerry Azumah Performance Center and both have been key in guiding UNH student-athletes to NCAA appearances in both women’s and men’s ice hockey, football, gymnastics, women’s volleyball, women’s lacrosse, skiing and track and field. Paul John Chapman is a member of the Collegiate Strength an Conditioning Coaches Association (strength and conditioning coach certified), USA Weightlifting (certified level 1 coach), the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and he was the Chapman Ciani state director of the National Strength and Conditioning Association in North Dakota from 1991-95. He has also authored four publications related to strength and conditioning and has trained and consulted several NFL, CFL and NHL athletes, and prospective athletes preparing for all-star games, bowl games and pre-draft testing. Prior to UNH, Chapman was the director of strength and conditioning for the University of North Dakota from 1992-2001 and served there on an interim basis during the 1991-92 season. His efforts were an integral part of a winning tradition at UND, as the football team was the Division II national champions in 2001, the men’s ice hockey team won a Division I national title in 2000 and 1997 and the women’s basketball team was the Division II national champion in 1997, 1998 and 1999. Chapman is a 1990 graduate of Dickinson State University in North Dakota with a B.S. degree in Biology. He then went on to earn at M.S. in Exercise Science from North Dakota in 1994. An outstanding college athlete, Chapman was inducted into the Dickinson State Athletic Hall of Fame for his efforts on the football field. He was a two-time AllAmerica First Team selection as well as an All-America Second Team honoree in his four-year playing career. Upon graduation, he was a fourth-round draft choice of the Saskatchewan Rough Riders in the Canadian Football League. Ciani is very passionate about his commitment to strength and conditioning. He has taken his wide range of experiences to come up with a distinct sport-specific training philosophy. In conjunction with the coaching staff, Ciani develops individualized training programs depending on the athlete’s initial evaluation, experience level and current athletic ability. Under Ciani’s program, improvement is not based on the weight on the bar, but rather how injury resistant the student-athlete is and his/her athletic performance. Strength and conditioning programs designed by Ciani utilize all facets of training, from conventional strength training and Olympic Weightlifting to simple conditioning and sport-specific metabolic runs that enhance the athlete’s abilities during competition. No single training style dominates the program; Ciani uses a combination of all training techniques for the total development of the student-athlete. Ciani, a native of the San Diego, Calif. area, came to UNH after a stint as assistant strength coach at the University of North Dakota. During his tenure at UND, Ciani worked primarily with the 2001 Division II national championship football team, women’s volleyball and men’s basketball teams. In 2000, he began his career at Long Beach State as a graduate assistant working with the perennial national power women’s volleyball team, where he trained many All-American and national team level volleyball players, including Misty May. Ciani received his B.A. degree in Psychology from Long Beach State and attended graduate school at both Long Beach State and the University of North Dakota.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 2010-11 Official Team Physicians The physicians at Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are the Official Team Physicians of the UNH Wildcats and are board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery or the American Board of Family Practice. Our highly subspecialized orthopedic physicians treat all musculoskeletal conditions.

Charles M Blitzer, MD

Fred H Brennan Jr, DO

•Trauma & Fracture Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder Surgery

•Sports Medicine •Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine •Post-Concussion Management

Medical Degree: Boston University accelerated combined AB/MD program Internship in General Surgery: Bay State Medical Center, an affiliate of Tufts University Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Vermont R id Residency i P in Pediatric di t i Orthopedics: O th di Montreal M t l Children’s Child ’ Hospital/McGill University Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Board of Councilors; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow ; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Orthopaedic Trauma Association ; Arthroscopy Association of North America; New Hampshire Medical Society, Past President; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Peter D Buckley, MD

Medical Degree: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine Residency in Family Medicine: Albany Medical Center, New York Sports Medicine Fellowship: Northwest Ohio Center for S t M Sports Medicine/University di i /U i it off T Toledo l d Certifications: American Board of Family Medicine; Certificate of Added Qualifications in sports medicine Memberships: American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, Fellow; American Academy of Family Medicine, Fellow; American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow; New Hampshire Medical Society

Peter J Dirksmeier Dirksmeier,, MD

•Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder & Knee Surgery Medical Degree: University of Vermont College of Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital, Providence Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Florida/Shands Hospital, Gainesville Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Fellowship: University of Oklahoma Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Arthroscopy Association of North America; American College of Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Medical Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Mark J Geppert, Geppert, MD

•Spine Surgery •Hip Surgery Medical Degree: University of Southern California, Los Angeles Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Spinal Surgery Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Diplomate; Seacoast Spine Study Group; New Surgery, England Spine Study Group; North American Spine Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Robert H Harrington, MD

•Foot & Ankle Surgery •Sports Medicine •Hand Surgery General Orthopedics •General Medical Degree: New York University School of Medicine Internship in General Surgery & Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyRobert Wood Johnson Medical School (formerly Rutgers) Foot & Ankle Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Moby Parsons, MD

•Sports Medicine •Joint Replacement Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery M di l D Medical Degree: University U i it off V Vermontt S School h l off Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Naval Hospital, San Diego Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

David C Thut Thut,, MD

•Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery •Joint Replacement Surgery •Shoulder & Elbow Surgery

•Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Joint Replacement •Shoulder & Knee Medical Degree: University of Pennsylvania Internship in General Surgery:: University of Rochester Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Rochester Sports Medicine Fellowship: New York University Hospital for Joint Disease Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; Subspecialty in Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Medical Degree: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Sh ld & Elb ll hi University U i it off W hi t Shoulder Elbow F Fellowship: Washington, Seattle; University of Sydney, Aus. Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

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2010-11 PREVIEW

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 2010-11 SEASON PREVIEW

I t ’s a l l a b o u t n e w b e g i n n i n g s f o r h e a d totals that both ranked second on the team. Her defense coach Maureen Magarity and the University of didn’t lack either, showcasing her skills as one of the N e w Ha mp sh i re w o m e n’s b a ske tb a l l p ro g r a m . team’s best defenders, compiling a team-best 44 steals. Entering her first year at the helm, Magarity Junior center Kelley Flynn (Hopkinton, N.H.) kicks off the 2010-11 campaign with a wealth of should also b olster the frontcourt af ter se eing talent and the chance for the team to make its mark. action in 19 games last year. She finished the season With a number of experienced players returning averaging 3.6 rebounds and 3.5 points per game. from last year’s squad, as well as the addition of Proving to be a solid presence in the paint, Flynn set high-impact newcomers, the Wildcats are primed to UNH’s single-game block record with seven swats make a run at a wide-open America East conference. against Stony Brook (2/3). She also set career-highs Despite losing a number of key players from last in points (16) and rebounds (13) on the year against year’s senior class, the Wildcats are led by a pair of Albany (1/22) and Dartmouth (1/19), respectively. experienced veterans in center UNH will also lean on newcomer Jill McDonald (Middlebury, Bridgette McKnight (East, Vt.) and forward Kate Early Norriton, Pa.) for production ( C o r n i n g , N.Y. ) , b o t h o f down low. McKnight comes to whom are ready to pave the UNH after posting more than way for UNH’s young squad. 600 points and 700 rebounds at the Peddie School, where McDonald is fresh off her most impressive season she played in 103 of 105 games in blue and white and looks for her career as a four-year ready to anchor the Wildcats starter for the Falcons. In her in the paint this year. Playing stint at Peddie, McKnight was in 29 games last season, she named both Second Team and m a d e th e m o s t h e r t i m e Third Team All-Prep, twice. on the floor, showing great She helped lead the Falcons to strides of improvement from an 88-17 record, on their way her sophomore campaign. to winning four NJIAA Prep McDonald set the UNH A State Championships and record for most blocks in a four Mid-Atlantic Prep League single-season with 58, while titles. The Falcons were also also ranking third on the nationally ranked three out of team in scoring (9.9 ppg) her four years and were ranked and rebounding (4.6 rpg). in the Top 25 by ESPN and USA Today during her senior season. E arly should also give New Hampshire a solid post The ‘Cats will also draw presence after serving as a strength from an experienced valued role player last season. group of guards, as they bolster Playing in 15 games off the an immense amount of talent bench, Early scored in six and depth in the backcourt . DENISE BELIVEAU games , while chipping in J u n i o r L a u r e n We l l s JUNIOR FORWARD 3.4 minute s p er conte st . (West Chester, Pa.) is expected to anchor the load, as she looks Junior for ward Denise Beliveau (Framingham, Mass.) ready to assume the role of a adds to UNH’s firepower coming off her first full season go-to option on offense after starting in all 31 games of action since 2007-08. After sitting out the 2008-09 last year. Ranking fourth on the team in scoring, Wells season due to injury, Beliveau came back strong playing finished the 2009-10 campaign with an average of 6.7 in 27 games, including 25 starts last year. She finished the points per game. She emerged as a 3-point assassin, year averaging 11.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game, knocking down the second-most trifectas on the

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL squad, while also ranking 10th two starts, leading all Wildcat 2010-11 Preseason Poll in the conference in 3-point freshmen with 3.4 points field goal percentage (.323). and 2.1 rebounds per game. Rank Team (1st-place votes) Points Additionally, she finished with Also competing for pl ay ing time at the g u ard the second-best 3-point field goal 1. Boston University (8) 64 sp ot is sophomore Jilliane percentage on the team, posting 2. Hartford (1) 56 Friel (Durham, N.H.) who saw a .358 clip (19-of-53) from deep. 3. Binghamton 50 action in 17 games last year. Freshman guard Kelsey 4. Stony Brook 39 Seeing limited playing time Hogan (Nashua, N.H.) should 5. UMBC 37 as a freshman, Friel made the also provide stability within most of her opportunities , the rotation, after sitting out 6. Vermont 30 notching a career-high nine the last two years with season7. Albany 18 p oint s on 3-of -4 sho oting ending injuries. Starting in the 8. Maine 17 ag ainst B o s to n Un i v e r s i t y three games she appeared in as 9. New Hampshire 13 (1/28) in extensive action. a true freshman, she averaged The impressive performance 8.0 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 3.0 marked just the second time assists per game. The freshman’s in her career she tallied best game came against Bryant three 3-pointers in a game. (11/14) when she notched a career-high 20 points and eight After missing the entire 2009-10 season, sophomore rebounds against the Bulldogs. Abigail L aRosa (Hampton, Freshman Sarah-Marie N.H.) returns to the hardwood Frankenberger (Gross Gerau, looking to make the same Germany) will also be in the mix type of impact she had as the to see some action after playing team’s starting point guard in the European Basketball as a freshman. During that College Exposure Camp earlier season she started in all 31 this year in Bonn, Germany. games, posting an average of L ast season she played for 6.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, and a the German National U20/21 team-best 3.0 assists per game. Team, averaging 6.3 points, 5.0 The combo-guard didn’t fall rebounds and 1.7 assists per short defensively either, as she contest in nine games, while led the team in steals with 35 posting a 58.3 percent shooting and chipped in with six blocks. clip from the floor. She has pl aye d w ith the Europ e an Sophomore Jackie Lyons (Reading, Mass.) should also Championship squad each of help provide some stability the last three years, posting 6.3 at the point guard position points and 3.5 rebounds per af ter play ing in 11 game s game in that span. She helped off the b ench la st sea son. lead the national team to a 13thBacking up 1,000-point place finish in the European scorer Amy Simpson, Lyons Championships last season. saw limited action, but put With a solid g roup of JILL MCDONALD together a solid effort against core players, increased SENIOR CENTER Binghamton (1/24) tallying depth and a load of young two p oint s , one reb ound, talent, the Wildcats have set one a ssist , and one ste al. themselves up not only for a Sophomore Cari Reed (Oswego, N.Y) also figures to successful campaign in 2010-11 but to become a top compete for a good chunk of minutes in the backcourt. contender in the America East for many years to come. The outside gunner saw action in 27 games, including

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No.

10 12 14 15 20 21 24 25 33 35 45 55

Name

Denise Beliveau Sarah-Marie Frankenberger Jilliane Friel Abigail LaRosa Kelsey Hogan Jackie Lyons Cari Reed Lauren Wells Jill McDonald Bridgette McKnight Kelley Flynn Kate Early

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Dir. of Basketball Operations:

Cl.

Jr. (R) Fr. So. So. (R) Fr. (R) So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. (R) Sr.

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

Ht.

5-11 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-7 6-0 5-7 6-2 5-10 6-5 6-1

Hometown/Previous School

Framingham, Mass./Framingham Gross Gerau, Germany/Theresianum Mainz Durham, N.H./Oyster River Hampton, N.H./Winnacunnet Nashua, N.H./Nashua North Reading, Mass./Reading Oswego, N.Y./Oswego West Chester, Pa./Archbishop Carroll Middlebury, Vt./Middlebury Union East Norriton, Pa./Peddie Hopkinton, N.H./Richmond Corning, N.Y./Corning East

Maureen Magarity (Marist College ‘03, First season) Margaret Carey (Mount St. Mary’s ‘01, First season) Mike Roux (Assumption ‘02, First season) Mark Walton (University of Guelph ‘72, First season) Kristen Linderoth (Lafayette College ‘10, First season)

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Kate

Early

Forward 6-1 Senior Hometown: Corning, N.Y. High School: Corning East Major: Hospitality Management COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

Selected as a member of the 2008 and 2009 America East Academic Honor Roll ... named to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll in 2010.

CAREER HIGHS

2009-10

Played in 15 games off the bench for the Wildcats, while averaging 3.4 minutes per contest ... scored in six of her 15 appearances ... tallied two points and two boards against Hartford (2/6) and Quinnipiac (9/29).

2008-09

Played in all 31 games, including 14 starts for the Wildcats … ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.493; 34-69) … collected the third most rebounds on the team with 130 … tallied the third most steals on the team with 23 … notched a career-high 12 points and four assists against Albany (1/24) … collected a career-high 10 rebounds and four steals against Yale (11/29) … tallied a career-high two blocks against Boston College (12/9).

Points

12, Albany 1/24/09

Rebounds

10, Yale 11/29/08

Assists

4, Albany 1/24/09

Free-throws

4, Albany 1/24/09

Steals

4, Yale 11/29/08

Blocks

2, BC 12/9/08

2007-08

Played in 12 games for the Wildcats…Netted a career high seven points at Binghamton (1/19) … tallied a career-high six rebounds against Boston University (2/27).

BEFORE UNH

Graduate of Corning East High School ... averaged 18.7 points and 12.4 rebounds per game in her senior season ... scored 35 points in a single game ... played for the Crystal City Stars AAU program ... had 17 double-doubles in 2007 ... selected to the First Team All-Conference in 2007 ... an All-State selection in 2007 ... a Second Team All-Conference selection in 2006 ... also lettered in track; set school record in 100 hurdles, 400 hurdles, high jump and pentathlon ... a N.Y. State Champion in the pentathlon ... was a All-Conference soccer player (2005 & ‘06).

EARLY’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 07-08 12-1 08-09 31-14 09-10 15-0 TOTALS 58-15

FG-FGA 6-15 34-69 5-10 45-94

PCT 3FG-FGA .400 0-0 .493 0-0 .500 0-0 .479 0-0

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 7-11 16-27 1-4 24-42

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .636 8-10 18 1.5 .593 40-90 130 4.2 .250 4-7 11 0.7 .595 52-107 159 2.7

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 16 0 5 0 1 19 1.6 50 16 49 3 23 84 2.7 8 2 2 2 3 11 0.7 74 18 56 5 27 114 2.0

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McDonald

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Center 6-3 Senior Hometown: Middlebury, Vt. High School: Middlebury Union Major: Psychology COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

Holds the program’s single-season block record with 58 during the 2009-10 season ... ranks third on UNH’s all-time blocks list with 114 ... tied the UNH single-game block record with seven ... selected as a member of the 2010 America East Academic Honor Roll.

CAREER HIGHS

Points

2009-10

Played in 29 games, including 28 starts ... ranked third on the team in scoring, finishing the year with an average of 9.9 points per game ... led the team in scoring seven times ... scored in double digits 14 times ... pulled in double-digit rebounds in two games ... led the team in rebounds in six games ... tallied the third most rebounds on the team with 4.6 per game ... led the team with a program-record 58 blocks, averaging 2.0 per game ... led the team in field goal percentage knocking down 117-of-240 (.448) shots from the floor ... tallied a career-high 19 points and 10 rebounds against Vermont (1/31) ... notched two double-doubles on the season ... tallied a career-high three assists twice ... set the UNH single-game block record, notching seven blocks against then 23rd-ranked Syracuse (12/30) ... swatted at least five blocks in four games ... led the team in blocks in 20 games ... notched a block in 22 of the last 24 games to close out the season ... compiled a career-high three steals against Syracuse (12/30).

19, Vermont 1/31/10

Rebounds

10, twice

Assists

3, twice

Free-throws

7, twice

Steals

3, Syracuse 12/30/09

Blocks

7, Syracuse 12/30/09

2008-09

Played in all 31 games, including one start for the Wildcats … ranked first on the team in blocks with 47 … ranked fourth in the America East conference in blocks per game with an average of 1.5 … tied a careerhigh of four blocks in a game five times … tallied a career-high 10 points against Northeastern (12/14) … collected a career-high nine rebounds against UMass (11/19).

2007-08

Saw action in all 29 games for the Wildcats … had a career high scoring eight points against Stony Brook (3/8) … second on the team in field goal percentage (.883) … posted personal game highs against Albany (1/5) with six points and five rebounds.

BEFORE UNH

Graduated from Middlebury Union High School ... recorded 792 points (10 ppg), 690 rebounds (8.7 rpg) and 385 blocks (4.9) in her career ... selected to the Addison Independent All-Star First Team (2004-05, 05-06 and 06-07)... Named to the Varsity Magazine All-Star Second Team her junior and senior seasons ... led Tigers to the 2004 Division 1 Vermont state championship and was selected WDEV Player of the Game ... played for the Lone Wolf AAU program.

MCDONALD’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 07-08 29-1 08-09 31-1 09-10 29-28 TOTALS 89-30

FG-FGA 26-75 45-98 117-240 188-413

PCT 3FG-FGA .347 0-0 .459 0-0 .488 0-1 .455 0-1

PCT .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 15-18 20-28 52-80 87-126

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .833 30-36 66 2.3 .714 27-75 102 3.3 .650 35-97 132 4.6 .690 92-208 300 3.4

PF A TO BLK STL 50 7 15 9 6 75 6 45 47 9 88 27 66 58 14 213 40 126 114 29

PTS AVG 67 2.3 110 3.5 286 9.9 463 5.2

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Denise

Beliveau

Forward 5-11 Junior Hometown: Framingham, Mass. High School: Framingham Major: Kinesiology: Exercise Science COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

2007-2008 America East Rookie of the Year … named to the America East All-Rookie team … selected as a member of the 2008 and 2009 America East Academic Honor Roll ... named to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll in 2010 ... named America East Rookie of the Week five times during her freshman season.

CAREER HIGHS

Points

2009-10

Saw action in 27 games including 25 starts ... finished the season averaging 11.2 points and 6.1 rebounds per game, totals that both ranked second on the team ... scored in double-digits 17 times ... led the team in rebounding in eight games ... led the team in scoring in six games ... knocked down the most 3-pointers on the team, finishing 34-of-110 (.309) from beyond the arc ... compiled a team best 44 steals on the season, averaging 1.6 per game ... tied her career-high with five steals against Seton Hall (12/3), marking the third time she has reached the mark in her UNH career ... tallied multiple steals in 13 games ... posted her second double-double of the season against Maine (1/12) with 13 points and 11 rebounds ... she notched her first double-double of the season against Harvard (9/24) with 14 points and a career-high 14 rebounds ... finished with a season-high 21 points paired with nine rebounds in UNH’s 64-56 win over St. Joseph’s University (9/13) ... tied her career-high in free throws made against St. Joe’s, knocking down 10-of-10 shots from the charity stripe, marking the first time a Wildcat has shot 100 percent from the foul line since Danielle Clark (12-12) did so on Nov. 26, 2006 against Iona.

22, Northeastern 12/15/07

Rebounds 14, Harvard 11/24/09 Assists

6, Binghamton 3/1/08

Free-throws 3-pointers

10, twice 4, twice

Steals

5, three times

Blocks

2, twice

2008-09

Sat out season due to injury.

2007-08

The only freshman to play in 28 of 29 games … averaged 10 points and 6.2 rebounds per game, which topped the America East freshman class … second on the team in rebounds with 174 … recorded a career-high 22 points for her first collegiate double-double (22p, 10r) at Northeastern (12/15) … second in assists (55) and rebounds (173) … led the team in steals with 55 on the season … tallied 18 points against three different American East opponents including a double-double (18p,11r) at Binghamton (1/19) … third on the team in scoring averaging 10 points per game.

BEFORE UNH

Graduated from Framingham High School ... 1,000 point scorer at Framingham ... Averaged 21.2 points, 10.1 rebounds, 5.8 steals, 3.1 assists and 2.2 blocks per game in her senior season ... named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team and to the Boston Herald All-Scholastic Dream Team ... played for the Massachusetts Puma AAU program.

BELIVEAU’S CAREER STATS YEAR 07-08 09-10 TOTALS

GP-GS 28-18 27-25 55-43

FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA 92-233 .395 28-84 92-237 .388 34-110 184-470 .391 62-194

PCT .333 .309 .320

FT-FTA 67-99 85-113 152-212

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .677 57-117 174 6.2 .752 48-116 164 6.1 .717 105-233 338 6.1

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 62 55 75 1 55 279 10.0 58 40 79 7 44 303 11.2 120 95 154 8 99 582 10.6

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Kelley

Flynn

Center 6-5 Hometown: Hopinkton, N.H. Major: Psychology

Junior (R) High School: Hopkinton

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

Tied the UNH single-game block record with seven.

CAREER HIGHS

2009-10

Saw action in 19 games ... finished the season averaging 3.6 rebounds and 3.5 points per game ... poured in a career-high 16 points along with eight rebounds and two blocks against Albany (1/22) ... set a career-high with 13 rebounds, adding seven points and two blocks against Dartmouth (1/19) ... tallied a UNH single-game record seven blocks against Stony Brook (2/3) ... ranked fourth on the team in blocks with 14.

Points

2008-09

Steals

1, three times

Blocks

7, Stony Brook 2/3/10

Did not see any action due to NCAA transfer regulations.

16, Albany 1/22/10

Rebounds

13, Dartmouth

Assists

1, three times

Free-throws

6, Albany 1/22/10

BEFORE UNH

Transferred from University of Richmond ... Played in 21 collegiate games for the Spiders... A graduate of Hopkinton High School ... Tallied 1,820 career points while leading Hopkinton High School to the state Semifinals and State Championships... A McDonald’s All-American nominee and Street & Smith All-American Nominee… averaged a career-best 27.0 ppg and 18 rpg her junior year ... a four-time Monadnock All-Star and All-State honoree ... named to the All-State First Team her junior and senior years ... named MVP of the Hopkinton Christmas Tournament ... two-time Hopkinton team MVP ... ranked a Top 10 Player in Varsity New England Magazine for two years straight ... rated the 48th best center in the country by the All-Star Girls’ Report Recruiting Service ... while at Trinity H.S. her sophomore year, she was named the MVP of Queen City Invitational Basketball All-Star, in addition to leading her team to the State Finals ... also played two years of volleyball, earning team MVP honors.

FLYNN’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 09-10 19-0 TOTALS 19-0

FG-FGA 25-59 25-59

PCT 3FG-FGA .424 0-0 .424 0-0

PCT .000 .000

FT-FTA 17-42 17-42

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .405 36-32 68 3.6 .405 36-32 68 3.6

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 23 3 18 14 2 67 3.5 23 3 18 14 2 67 3.5

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Lauren

Wells

Guard 5-7 Junior Hometown: West Chester, Pa. High School: Archbishop Carroll Major: Psychology 2009-10

Played and started in all 31 games ... ranked fourth on the team in scoring, finishing the season averaging 6.7 points per game ... notched a career-high 15 points against Boston University (2/28) ... scored in double digits nine times ... tallied the second most 3-point field goals on the team, knocking down 32-of-99 (.376) from deep ... poured in 12 points and compiled a career-high four steals against Louisville (12/22) ... tallied a career-high five assists against Central Connecticut State University (12/10) ... opened up the season knocking down a career best three 3-pointers, finishing with 12 points against St. Joseph’s University (9/13).

2008-09

Played in 29 games for the Wildcats … averaged 5.1 points per game … tallied a season high 13 points to go along with two assists, a block and a steal against Vermont (2/1) … collected a season high six rebounds and two steals against Morehead State (12/29) … notched a season high three assists against Boston University (2/15).

CAREER HIGHS

Points

15, BU 2/28/10

Rebounds

6, MSU 12/29/08

Assists

5, CCSU 12/10/09

Free-throws

5, Vermont 2/1/08

3-pointers 3, St. Joe’s 11/13/09 Steals

4, Louisville 12/22/09

Blocks

1, six times

BEFORE UNH

Graduated from Archbishop Carroll High School after transferring from West Chester High School … helped Archbishop to back-to-back conference title games, winning the Philadelphia Catholic League title in 2007 … was instrumental in her team’s victories over two of the best teams in the nation ... played AAU for the Chester County Wizards.

WELLS’ CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 08-09 29-0 09-10 31-31 TOTALS 60-31

FG-FGA 50-168 83-221 133-389

PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA .298 7-36 .194 40-56 .376 32-99 .323 11-23 .342 39-135 .289 51-79

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .714 16-39 55 1.9 .478 10-41 51 1.6 .646 26-80 106 1.8

PF A TO BLK STL 20 23 24 3 12 28 37 41 3 22 48 60 65 6 34

PTS AVG 147 5.1 209 6.7 356 5.9

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Jilliane

Friel

Guard 5-10 Sophomore Hometown: Durham, N.H. High School: Oyster River Major: Business Administration COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

Named to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll in 2010.

2009-10

Scored a career-high nine points on 3-of-4 shooting against Boston University on (1/28) ... Included in her offensive outburst, against the Terriers, she tied her career-high of two 3-point field goals, shooting a perfect 2-of-2 from beyond the arc ... She knocked down two 3-pointers in two games on the season ... Pulled in a career-high three rebounds in two games ... Tallied a career-high two steals against Harvard (9/24).

CAREER HIGHS

Points

Rebounds Assists Free-throws

BEFORE UNH

Was a three-sport standout at Oyster River High School ...New Hampshire Class I Player of the Year and a First Team All-State player during her senior season ... won the Jack Ford Scholar Athlete Award from the NH Basketball Coaches Organization, an award which measures academic excellence, citizenship through community service and baskeball accomplishments ... scored over 1,000 points in her career at Oyster River, becoming the second leading female scorer in school history, trailing only her older sister Jennifer ...selected as a McDonald’s All-American during her senior year ... a second-team all-state basketball selection her junior year ... a three-time Foster’s Daily Democrat Basketball Dream Team member ... helped lead the Bobcats to Class I Championship since 2006 and 2009 ... played for the New England Crusaders AAU team ... also played soccer and was the goalie for the 2007 Class I state champions and was selected to the First-Team All-State team ... was also the number one singles and doubles player on the tennis team.

3-pointers

9, BU 1/28/10 3, twice 1, six times 1, BU 1/28/10 2, three times

Steals

2, Harvard 11/24/09

Blocks

1, BU 1/28/10

FRIEL’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 09-10 17-0 TOTALS 17-0

FG-FGA 9-31 9-31

PCT 3FG-FGA .290 7-23 .290 7-23

PCT .304 .304

FT-FTA 2-6 2-6

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .333 1-10 11 0.6 .333 1-10 11 0.6

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 9 6 4 1 7 27 1.6 9 6 4 1 7 27 1.6

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Abigail

LaRosa

Guard 5-8 Sophomore (R) Hometown: Hampton, N.H. High School: Winnacunnet Major: Pre-Veterinary Medicine COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES

Named to the America East Commissioner’s Honor Roll in 2010 ... selected as a member of the 2009 America East Academic Honor Roll.

CAREER HIGHS

2009-10

Points

Sat out season due to injury.

Rebounds

2008-09

Assists

Played and started in all 31 games for the Wildcats … averaged 6.4 points per game … led the team in steals with 35 … collected a career-high four steals against Boston University (1/17) … led the team in assists with 94 … ranked 8th in the America East conference in assists per game with an average of 3 … netted a careerhigh 19 points against Colgate (12/5) … pulled in a career-high 10 rebounds against UMBC (2/8) … tallied a career-high 10 assists against UMBC (1/10) … drained a career-high nine free throws against Northeastern (12/14) … notched a career-high four 3-pointers against Colgate (12/5).

19, Colgate 12/5/08 10, UMBC 2/8/09 10, UMBC 1/10/09

Free-throws 9, Northeastern 12/14/08 3-pointers

4, Colgate 12/5/08

Steals

4, BU 1/17/09

Blocks

1, six times

2007-08

Played in five games before suffering a season-ending injury at BC (11/27) … had a season high of six points in six minutes against Central Connecticut (11/13).

BEFORE UNH

Was a four-year stater at Winnacunnet High School … scored over 1,200 career points, averaging 18 points, 5.8 rebounds and three steals per game … notched 37 points in one game … led the team to the State quarterfinals her freshman year, the semifinals her sophomore year, winning the N.H. Class L State Championship her senior season … a 2007 McDonald’s All-American nominee … named to the Varsity Magazine Select Team in 2006 & ’07… Foster’s Daily Democrat Player of the Year in 2007… Selected to Foster’s Daily Democrat Dream Team First Team in 2006 … named to Union Leader All-State Second Team in 2006 … member of the N.H. All-State 1st Team (2006) and N.H. All-State Second Team (2006) … played for the N.H. Shooting Stars AAU Program.

LAROSA’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 07-08 5-0 08-09 31-31 09-10 TOTALS 36-31

FG-FGA 3-8 66-209 69-217

PCT 3FG-FGA .375 2-3 .316 28-99

PCT FT-FTA .667 8-14 .283 38-49

.318

.294

30-102

46-63

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .571 0-4 4 0.8 .776 9-91 100 3.2 -- DNP -.730 9-95 104 2.8

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 13 8 7 0 3 16 3.2 70 94 123 6 35 198 6.4 83

102 1 30 6

38 214

5.9

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Jackie

Lyons

Guard 5-7 Sophomore Hometown: Reading, Mass. High School: Reading (Mass.) Major: Psychology 2009-10

Played in 11 games off the bench for the Wildcats, while averaging 2.4 minutes per contest ... tallied two points, one rebound, one assist and one steal against Binghamton on (1/24).

BEFORE UNH

CAREER HIGHS

Points

Played at Reading High School ... scored 436 points as a senior and was the Woburn Times Chronicle Player of the Year in 2007 ... MA North Player of the Year ... MVP of the Middlesex League ... named to the Boston Herald All-Scholastic team ... led the Rockets to the Middlesex League title ... named to the Boston Globe Super Team ... was the 2007 conference leading scorer, with an 18.1 points per game average in the season ... was selected to the Middlesex All-League team in 2007 ... scored 1,026 points in three years with the Rockets ... averaged over 19 points a game for her career at Reading High ... played for the Massachusetts Thundercats AAU program.

2, three times

Rebounds

1, twice

Assists

1, twice

Free-throws

2, twice

Steals

1, Binghamton 1/24/10

Blocks

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LYONS’ CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 09-10 11-0 TOTALS 11-0

FG-FGA 1-6 1-6

PCT 3FG-FGA .167 0-2 .167 0-2

PCT .000 .000

FT-FTA 4-4 4-4

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG 1.000 2-1 3 0.3 1.000 2-1 3 0.3

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 4 2 2 0 1 6 0.5 4 2 2 0 1 6 0.5

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Cari

Reed

Guard 6-0 Sophomore Hometown: Oswego, N.Y. High School: Oswego Major: Kinesiology: Exercise Science 2009-10

Saw action in 27 games including two starts ... finished with the second-best 3-point field goal percentage on the team, posting a .358 clip (19-of-53) from deep ... led all Wildcat freshmen with 3.4 points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... scored in double figures in two games ... torched the nets for a career-high 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting, while pulling in four rebounds against Binghamton on Jan. 24 ... she also scored in double digits against Albany (2/21), netting a career-high three 3-pointers on her way to notching 11 points and a career-best two blocks ... tallied a career-high five rebounds against Vermont on Jan. 2 ... notched six points, a career-high four assists and four rebounds in 21 minutes of action against then 23rd ranked Syracuse (12/30).

Points

BEFORE UNH

3-pointers

Was a three-time selection to both the All-League First Team and the All-CNY (Central New York) Team while playing for her father, Phil, at Oswego High School ... averaged over 17 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 1.9 blocks per game in her senior season for Oswego ... led the Buccaneers to three straight league championships and helped them advance to the Class AA sectional finals in each of those seasons ... was selected as the conference Player of the Year in 2009 ... named to the First Team All-League from 2005 to 2009 ... selected to the First Team All CN4 in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... named to the Third Team All CN4 in 2005 and 2006 ... was National Honor Society member and was the highest honor roll scholar athlete at Oswego ... played AAU basketball for the Unity Wildcats.

CAREER HIGHS

12, Binghamton 1/24/10

Rebounds Assists

5, Vermont 1/2/10 4, Syracuse 12/30/09

Free-throws

-3, Albany 2/21/10

Steals

1, eight times

Blocks

2, Albany 2/21/10

REED’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 09-10 25-2 TOTALS 25-2

FG-FGA 33-88 33-88

PCT 3FG-FGA .375 19-53 .375 19-53

PCT .358 .358

FT-FTA 0-2 0-2

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .000 17-36 53 2.1 .000 17-36 53 2.1

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 16 20 20 3 8 85 3.4 16 20 20 3 8 85 3.4

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Kelsey

Hogan

Guard 5-6 Freshman (R) Hometown: Nashua, N.H. High School: Nashua North Major: Physical Therapy 2009-10

Sat out season due to injury.

CAREER HIGHS

2008-09

Played in three games before suffering a season-ending injury at Long Island (11/28) … averaged 8 points per game, 3.3 rebounds per game and 3 assists per game ... had a season high of 20 points and eight rebounds against Bryant (11/14) … notched a season high five assists against UMass (11/19).

Points

BEFORE UNH

Graduated from Nashua North High School … first ever 1,000-point scorer in school history … amassed 1,032 points, 362 steals and 282 assists … named All-State and All-Area Team in each of her four seasons and was selected to the All-Academic Team her junior year.

20, Bryant 11/14/08

Rebounds

8, Bryant 11/14/08

Assists

5, UMass 11/19/08

Free-throws

4, Bryant 11/14/08

3-pointers

2, Bryant 11/14/08

Steals

1, UMass 11/19/08

HOGAN’S CAREER STATS YEAR GP-GS 08-09 3-3 09-10 TOTALS 3-3

FG-FGA 8-27 8-27

PCT 3FG-FGA .296 2-11

PCT .182

.296

.182

2-11

FT-FTA 6-8 6-8

PCT ORB-DRB TOT AVG .750 0-10 10 3.3 -- DNP -.750 0-10 10 3.3

PF A TO BLK STL PTS AVG 6 9 17 0 1 24 8.0 6

9 17 0

1

24 8.0

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Frankenberger

12

Guard 5-10 Freshman Hometown: Gross Gerau, Germany High School: Theresianum Mainz Major: Undeclared

BEFORE UNH

Frankenberger played in the European Basketball College Exposure Camp earlier this year in Bonn, Germany, and was named MVP of the event. Last season she played for the German National U20/21 Team, averaging 6.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists per contest in nine games, while posting a 58.3 percent shooting clip from the floor. She has played with the European Championship squad each of the last three years, posting 6.3 points and 3.5 rebounds per game in that span. She helped lead the national team to a 13th-place finish in the European Championships last season. In the year prior, Frankenberger helped Germany take third place at the Championships, and hit the game-winner in the semifinals in 2007 to earn second place. Last year she was named First Team DBBL for the Rhein Main Baskets and Second Team DBBL while playing for the Bender Baskets. In the two seasons prior she earned Second Team DBBL honors while suiting up for ASC Theresianum Mainz.

Bridgette

McKnight

Forward 5-10 Hometown: Norristown, Pa. Major: Undeclared

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Freshman High School: Peddie

BEFORE UNH

McKnight, a 5-10 forward from the Peddie School, posted more than 600 points and 700 rebounds, while playing in 103 of 105 games for her career as a four-year starter for the Falcons. In her stint at Peddie, McKnight was named both Second Team and Third Team All-Prep, twice. She helped lead the Falcons to an 88-17 record, on their way to winning four NJIAA Prep A State Championships and four Mid-Atlantic Prep League titles. The Falcons were also nationally ranked three out of her four years and were ranked in the Top 25 by ESPN and USA Today during her senior season. Additionally, McKnight was a three-time NJIAA Prep A state champion shot-putter for the track and field team and also helped the Falcons win a state championship on the field hockey squad.

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2009-10 review

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 2009-10 UNH WOMEN'S BASKETBALL New Hampshire Combined Team Statistics (as of Oct 13, 2010) All games

2009-10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (9-22 OVERALL, 3-13 AE) RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 9-22 3-13 6-9

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

##

Player

gp-gs

20 10 33 25 21 45 03 24 02 32 14 55 12

Williams, Candace Beliveau, Denise McDonald, Jill Wells, Lauren Simpson, Amy Flynn, Kelley Reed, Cari Hall, Chrissy Beckford, Diamon Fowler, Racheal Friel, Jilliane Early, Kate Lyons, Jackie Team Total.......... Opponents......

31-31 1060 34.2 141-344 .410 27-25 843 31.2 92-237 .388 29-28 762 26.3 117-240 .488 31-31 803 25.9 83-221 .376 31-31 1123 36.2 70-251 .279 19-0 134 7.1 25-59 .424 25-2 363 14.5 33-88 .375 27-4 338 12.5 25-65 .385 29-0 309 10.7 25-70 .357 31-3 319 10.3 28-57 .491 17-0 119 7.0 9-31 .290 15-0 51 3.4 5-10 .500 11-0 26 2.4 1-6 .167 31 31

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

HOME 5-9 1-7 4-2

6250 6250

UNH 1784 57.5 -7.4 654-1679 .390 164-545 .301 5.3 312-464 .672 10.1 1121 36.2 -3.2 360 11.6 546 17.6 -3.8 0.7 189 6.1 146 4.7 6041 14-432 -

1st 2nd 877 882 939 1061

OT 25 14

16-49 34-110 0-1 32-99 32-142 0-0 19-53 17-46 7-20 0-0 7-23 0-0 0-2

654-1679 .390 164-545 710-1869 .380 204-612

OPP 2014 65.0 710-1869 .380 204-612 .333 6.6 390-566 .689 12.6 1220 39.4 393 12.7 429 13.8 0.9 266 8.6 73 2.4 17739 16-1021 1-1403 Totals 1784 2014

.327 .309 .000 .323 .225 .000 .358 .370 .350 .000 .304 .000 .000

AWAY 3-13 2-6 1-7

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

100-127 85-113 52-80 11-23 17-26 17-42 0-2 4-4 11-13 8-20 2-6 1-4 4-4

.787 .752 .650 .478 .654 .405 .000 1.000

.846 .400 .333 .250 1.000

.301 312-464 .672 .333 390-566 .689

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Date 11/13/09 11/16/09 11/20/09 11/24/09 11/29/09 12/03/09 12/05/09 12/10/09 12/20/09 12/22/09 12/28/09 12/30/09 01/02/10 01/06/10 01/09/10 01/12/10 01/16/10 01/19/10 01/22/10 01/24/10 01/28/10 01/31/10 02/03/10 02/06/10 02/13/10 02/16/10 02/21/10 02/25/10 2/28/10 03/04/10 03/05/10

off

69 48 35 10 6 36 17 12 18 32 1 4 2 53 343 460

NEUTRAL 1-0 0-0 1-0

Rebounds def tot avg

147 116 97 41 92 32 36 43 36 51 10 7 1 69 778 760

216 164 132 51 98 68 53 55 54 83 11 11 3 122 1121 1220

7.0 6.1 4.6 1.6 3.2 3.6 2.1 2.0 1.9 2.7 0.6 0.7 0.3

pf dq

79 58 88 28 57 23 16 39 34 38 9 8 4

36.2 481 39.4 438

Opponent SAINT JOSEPH'S at RV/#21 Maryland MASSACHUSETTS HARVARD at Quinnipiac at Seton Hall at Saint Peter's CENTRAL CONN. STATE HOLY CROSS LOUISVILLE at Canisius at #23 Syracuse VERMONT at Stony Brook HARTFORD MAINE at UMBC at Dartmouth at ALBANY at Binghamton BOSTON UNIVERSITY at Vermont STONY BROOK at University of Hartford UMBC at Maine ALBANY BINGHAMTON at Boston University vs Maine at University of Hartford

to blk stl

pts

avg

1 25 97 16 28 0 40 79 7 44 2 27 66 58 14 0 37 41 3 22 0 155 122 26 31 0 3 18 14 2 0 20 20 3 8 0 16 14 5 8 0 14 32 3 10 0 13 34 8 11 0 6 4 1 7 0 2 2 2 3 0 2 2 0 1 15 3 360 546 146 189 - 393 429 73 266

a

398 303 286 209 189 67 85 71 68 64 27 11 6

12.8 11.2 9.9 6.7 6.1 3.5 3.4 2.6 2.3 2.1 1.6 0.7 0.5

1784 2014

57.5 65.0

W L W Wot L L L L W L W L L L L L W L W L L L W L L L Lot L L W L

Score 64-56 43-63 58-57 78-65 54-68 45-54 47-66 48-60 80-72 67-76 42-40 48-58 53-55 57-69 45-72 61-65 77-67 48-49 87-77 59-83 59-66 64-78 76-71 35-65 40-54 61-69 62-64 61-78 65-79 65-50 35-68

Att. 557 4416 403 413 492 198 465 441 334 763 567 558 313 271 516 318 512 245 189 1318 494 1402 332 1823 407 1267 419 331 379 1403 2234

* - Conference game

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Date Opponent Score W/L High Points High Rebounds High Assists High Steals 11/13 11/16 11/28 11/29 12/3 12/5 12/10 12/20 12/22 12/28 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/22 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/13 2/16 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/5

SAINT JOSEPH’S @#21 Maryland MASSACHUSETTS HARVARD @Quinnipiac @Seton Hall CCSU HOLY CROSS LOUISVILLE @Canisius @#23 Syracuse VERMONT* @Stony Brook* HARTFORD* MAINE* @UMBC* @Dartmouth @Albany* @Binghamton* BOSTON U.* @Vermont* STONY BROOK* @Hartford* UMBC* @Maine* ALBANY* BINGHAMTON* @Boston U.* vs. Maine# vs. Hartford#

64-56 43-63 58-57 78-65 54-68 45-54 48-60 80-72 67-76 42-40 48-58 53-55 57-69 45-72 61-65 77-67 48-49 87-77 59-83 59-66 64-78 76-71 35-65 40-54 61-69 62-64 61-78 65-79 65-50 35-68

W L W W L L L W L W L L L L L W L W L L L W L L L L L L W L

Beliveau - 21 Simpson - 11 Williams -17 Williams -18 Williams -18 McDonald - 17 McDonald -12 Beliveau - 20 Williams & McDonald -18 Williams - 12 Beliveau - 18 Beliveau - 17 Williams -17 Williams -13 Simpson - 21 Simpson & Williams - 15 Williams - 13 Beliveau - 17 Reed & Williams - 12 Williams -14 McDonald - 19 Hall - 18 Williams -10 Williams -16 McDonald -15 McDonald - 16 Williams -18 Wells & Beliveau - 15 Hall & McDonald -14 Williams -13

Beliveau - 9 Beckford - 7 McDonald - 9 Beliveau -14 Beliveau - 7 Williams - 9 Beliveau - 7 Williams - 9 McDonald - 9 Williams -11 Williams - 9 McDonald - 9 Wiliams - 7 Reed - 4 Beliveau - 11 Beliveau - 9 Flynn - 13 Beliveau & Flynn - 8 Williams - 7 Flynn - 8 McDonald - 10 Williams - 12 Williams - 8 Williams - 13 Williams - 8 McDonald -10 McDonald -8 Williams - 10 Beliveau - 8 Fowler & Williams - 6

Simpson- 5 Simpson - 7 Simpson- 3 Simpson - 8 Simpson - 4 Simpson - 7 Wells - 5 Simpson - 11 Simpson - 8 Simpson - 3 Simpson - 6 Simpson - 7 Simpson - 3 Simpson - 3 Beliveau - 4 Simpson - 4 Simpson - 7 Simpson - 5 Simpson - 3 Simpson - 5 Simpson - 6 Simpson - 7 Simpson - 3 Simpson - 6 Simpson - 8 Simpson & Beliveau - 3 Simpson - 11 Simpson - 3 Beliveau - 2 McDonald - 2

Beliveau - 2 Beliveau - 2 Beliveau & Simpson - 3 Williams - 4 Simpson & Wells - 2 Beliveau - 5 Beckford & Beliveau- 3 Beliveau - 3 Wells - 4 Beliveau & Williams - 2 McDonald - 3 Beliveau & McDonald - 1 Wells & Beckford- 1 Simpson - 2 Fowler & Beliveau - 2 Wells & Simpson - 2 Beliveau - 3 Beliveau - 2 Wells - 3 McDonald - 2 Simpson & Williams - 2 Reed - 1 Four tied - 1 Simpson - 2 Williams - 3 Williams - 3 Three tied - 1 Williams & Beliveau - 3 Hall & Fowler - 2 Fowler - 3

* - Denotes Conference game # - Denotes AE Tournament

2009-10 America East All-Conference Second Team

From left to right: Carlee Cassidy, Andrea Holmes, Candace Williams, Kirsten Jeter, Erica Carter

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2009-10 AMERICA EAST STANDINGS

First Team Chantell Alford (Fr., G), Boston U. Erica Beverly (Sr., F), Hartford Diana Delva (Sr., F/C), Hartford May Kotsopoulos (Sr., G), Vermont Courtnay Pilypaitis (Sr., G), Vermont Second Team Erica Carter (Sr., G), Binghamton Carlee Cassidy (Sr., G), UMBC Andrea Holmes (So., G), Binghamton Kirsten Jeter (Jr., F), Stony Brook Candace Williams (Sr., F), New Hampshire Third Team Charity Iromuanya (Sr., G), Albany Caitlynn Moran (Fr., G), Boston U. Jackie Smith (Jr., G), Hartford Samantha Wheeler (So., F), Maine Alex Young (So., G), Boston U. All-Rookie Team Chantell Alford (Fr., G), Boston U. Ruthanne Doherty (Fr., F), Hartford Julie Forster (Fr., F), Albany Ebone Henry (Fr., F/G), Albany Caitlynn Moran (Fr., G), Boston U. All-Defensive Team Erica Beverly (Sr., F), Hartford Diana Delva (Sr., F/C), Hartford Charity Iromuanya (Sr., G), Albany May Kotsopoulos (Sr., G), Vermont Courtnay Pilypaitis (Sr., G), Vermont All-Academic Team Kristin Baker (Sr., G), Maine Carlee Cassidy (Sr., G), UMBC May Kotsopoulos (Sr., G), Vermont Mary Silvia (Jr., G), Hartford Jackie Smith (Jr., G), Hartford

Hartford Vermont Boston University UMBC Binghamton Stony Brook Albany Maine New Hampshire

AMERICA EAST OVERALL 16 13 11 7 7 7 4 4 3

0 3 5 9 9 9 12 12 13

1.000 .812 .688 .438 .438 .438 .250 .250 .188

27 27 16 13 11 10 11 8 9

5 7 15 17 19 20 19 21 22

.844 .794 .516 .433 .367 .333 .367 .276 .290

Player of the Year: Diana Delva, Hartford Defensive Player of the Year: Erica Beverly, Hartford Rookie of the Year: Chantell Alford, Boston U. Coach of the Year: Jennifer Rizzotti, Hartford 2010 Friendship Cottage Cheese America East Women’s Basketball Championship (all games at Hartford’s Chase Arena - Hartford, Conn.) First Round: Thursday, March 4 Game 1 – No. 8 Maine 50, No. 9 New Hampshire 65 Quarterfinals: Friday, March 5 Game 2 – No. 2 Vermont 61, No. 7 Albany 36 Game 3 – No. 3 Boston U. 60, No. 6 UMBC 49 Game 4 – No. 1 Hartford 68, No. 9 New Hampshire 35 Game 5 – No. 4 Stony Brook 71, No. 5 Binghamton 60

Denise Beliveau was third player in UNH history to win the America East Rookie of the Year Award

Semifinals: Saturday, March 7 Game 6 – No. 1 Vermont 69, No. 3 Boston U. 52 Game 7 – No. 2 Hartford 65, No. 4 Stony Brook 43 Championship Game: Sunday, March 13 Game 8 – No. 1 Vermont 55, No. 2 Hartford 50

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

SCORING

TEAM

May Kotsopoulos Courtnay Pilypaitis Chantell Alford Alex Young Diana Delva Kirsten Jeter Carlee Cassidy Andrea Holmes Erica Carter Michelle Kurowski

Vermont Vermont Boston U Boston U. Hartford Stony Brook UMBC Binghamton Binghamton UMBC

REBOUNDING

17.1 15.0 14.9 14.5 14.4 14.4 13.3 13.3 13.1 12.9

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min. 2/game)

PLAYER TEAM 1. Michelle Kurowski UMBC 2. Aly Hinton Boston U. 3. Courtnay Pilypaitas Vermont 4. Candace Williams New Hampshire 5. May Kotsopoulos Vermont 6. Samantha Wheeler Maine 7. Denise Beliveau New Hampshire 8. Diana Delva Hartford 9. Alex Young Boston U. Chantell Alford Boston U. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER TEAM 1. Amy Simpson New Hampshire 2. Courtnay Pilypaitis Vermont 3. Andrea Holmes Binghamton 4. Caitlynn Moran Boston U. 5. Kristin Baker Maine 6. Felicia Johnson Albany 7. Misha Horsey Stony Brook 8. Jackie Smith Hartford 9. Chantell Alford Boston U. 10. May Kotsopoulos Vermont

APG 5.0 4.8 4.7 4.3 3.8 3.6 3.3 3.2 2.8 2.5

PLAYER TEAM 1. Erica Carter Binghamton 2. Chantell Alford Boston U. 3. May Kotsopoulos Vermont 4. Courtnay Pilypaitis Vermont 5. Aly Hinton Boston U. 6. Charity Iromuanya Albany 7. Alex Young Boston U. 8. Michelle Kurowski UMBC 9. Jackie Smith Hartford 10. Lauren Wells New Hampshire

PLAYER TEAM 1. Diana Delva Hartford 2. Jill McDonald New Hampshire 3. Joia Daniels Stony Brook 4. Erica Carter Binghampton 5. Erica Beverly Hartford 6. Samantha Wheeler Maine 7. Michelle Kurowski UMBC 8. Viive Rebane Binghampton 9. May Kotsopoulos Vermont 10. Candace Williams New Hampshire

% .647 .488 .483 .458 .435 .424 .420 .417 .413 .410

PLAYER TEAM 1. Julie Foster Albany 2. Diana Delva Hartford 3. Courtnay Pilypaitas Vermont 4. Kirsten Jeter Stony Brook 5. Caroline Stewart Boston U. 6. Samantha Wheeler Miane 7. Viive Rebane Binghamton 8. Candace Williams New Hampshire 9. Erica Beverly Hartford 10. Destiny Jacobs Stony Brook

ASSISTS

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

% .822 .800 .791 .787 .780 .779 .752 .752 .750 .750

3-POINTERS MADE

RPG 8.6 8.1 8.0 7.5 7.3 7.2 7.1 7.0 6.9 6.5

PPG

PLAYER Erica Carter Carlee Cassidy Courtnay Pilypaitis May Kotsopoulos Alex Young Chantell Alford Kristin Baker Jackie Ward Andrea Holmes Jackie Smith

TEAM AVG/G Binghamton 3.3 UMBC 2.3 Vermont 2.0 Vermont 1.9 Boston U. 1.9 Boston U. 1.7 Maine 1.7 Binghamton 1.7 Binghmaton 1.6 Hartford 1.4

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE

% .467 .398 .395 .366 .364 .346 .343 .328 .326 .323

STEALS

PLAYER TEAM SPG 1. Courtnay Pilypaitis Vermont 2.9 2. Chantell Alford Boston U. 2.5 3. Charity Iromuanya Albany 2.3 4. Kirsten Jeter Strony Brook 2.1 5. Caitlynn Moran Boston U. 2.1 6. Katelyn Vanderhoff Maine 2.1 7. Ebone Henry Albany 2.0 8. Kristin Baker Maine 1.7 9. Julie Foster Albany 1.7 10. Denise Beliveau New Hampshire 1.6

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO

PLAYER TEAM RATIO 1. Misha Horsey Stony Brook 1.6 2. Caitlynn Moran Boston U. 1.5 3. Courtnay Pilypaitis Vermont 1.4 4. Amy Simpson New Hampshire 1.3 5. Jackie Smith Hartford 1.3 6. Felicia Johnson Albany 1.1 7. Andrea Holmes Binghamton 1.1 8. Kristin Baker Maine 1.0

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS

PLAYER SEASON RPG (O) 1. Diana Delva Hartford 4.2 2. Julie Foster Albany 3.9 3. Viive Rebane Binghamton 3.2 4. Samantha Wheeler Maine 3.1 5. Darryll Perterson Binghamton 3.0 6. Kirsten Jeter Stony Brook 2.8 7. Caroline Stewart Boston U. 2.5 8. Amanda Tewksbury Maine 2.4 9. Theodora Panteli Binghamton 2.3 10. Candace Williams New Hampshire 2.2

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS

PLAYER SEASON RPG (D) 1. Courtnay Pilypaitis Vermont 6.8 2. Erica Beverly Hartford 5.1 3. Aly Hinton Boston U. 4.8 4. Caroline Stewart Boston U. 4.8 5. Candace Williams New Hampshire 4.7 6. Julie Foster Albany 4.7 Kirsten Jeter Stony Brook 4.7 8. Andrea Holmes Binghamton 4.6 9. Destiny Jacobs Stony Brook 4.5 10. Denise Beliveau New Hampshire 4.3

Team Conference Leaders

SCORING OFFENSE

SCORING DEFENSE

TEAM AVG/G TEAM AVG/G 1. Vermont 66.6 1. Hartford 50.4 2. Boston U. 64.6 2. Vermont 56.2 3. Hartford 62.2 3. Albany 61.8 4. Binghamton 61.5 4. Binghamton 63.8 5. UMBC 58.7 5. Stony Brook 64.3 6. New Hampshire 57.5 6. Boston U. 64.7 7. Stony Brook 56.9 7. UMBC 64.8 8. Albany 56.4 8. Maine 64.8 9. Maine 54.6 9. New Hampshire 65.0

FG PERCENTAGE

TEAM 1. Vermont 2. Hartford 3. New Hampshire 4. UMBC 5. Binghamton 6. Boston U. 7. Maine 8. Stony Brook 9. Albany

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE

TEAM % .413 1. Binghamton .402 2. Vermont .390 3. Boston U. .384 4. UMBC .381 5. New Hampshire .370 6. Albany .356 7. Hartford .355 8. Maine .334 9. Stony Brook

% .362 .354 .337 .303 .301 .291 .284 .266 .239

FT PERCENTAGE

TEAM 1. Vermont 2. UMBC 3. Hartford 4. Maine 5. Boston U. 6. Stony Brook 7. New Hampshire 8. Binghamton 9. Albany

% .739 .714 .694 .690 .678 .675 .672 .635 .629

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This is america east

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL About America East Now in its fourth decade of operation, America East has evolved into one of the most comprehensive NCAA Division I conferences with a commitment to broad-based, competitive athletics programs, complementing the academic integrity and missions of the member institutions. Progressive in its approach to its more than 3,400 student-athletes, America East recognizes champions in each of its 20 sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. America East also conducts the nation’s most comprehensive academic recognition program for student-athletes. With a geographic footprint covering the Mid-Atlantic to Northeast regions of the United States, America East strives to develop champions in academics, athletics and leadership at its nine member institutions: University at Albany, Binghamton University, Boston University, University of Hartford, University of Maine, UMBC, University of New Hampshire, Stony Brook University and University of Vermont.

Academics

* Vermont captured its sixth straight America East Academic Cup in 2010 after its student-athletes registered a cumulative 3.19 grade-point average, which was the best mark in the award’s 15-year history. New Hampshire recorded a 3.16 GPA and also eclipsed the former standard, while five other schools earned a 3.0 GPA or better. * America East’s 3,400 student-athletes registered a combined 3.05 GPA during the 2009-10 academic year and over 60 percent of them were named to America East’s Academic Honor Roll for recording GPA’s of 3.0 or better. * Seven student-athletes were tabbed ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans during the 2009-10 season, the league’s most since the 2005-06 academic year. Emily Pallotta (Boston U. women’s soccer), May Kotsopoulos (Vermont women’s basketball), Alice Chen (UMBC women’s tennis), Keilan Freeman (UMBC men’s swimming & diving), Olivia Jarem (Albany women’s lacrosse), Valete Graham (Albany men’s track & field) and Dominic Devaud (UMBC men’s track & field) earned the honor, while 20 others were All-District selections. * Binghamton’s Sven Vloedgraven (tennis) and Vermont’s May Kotsopoulos (basketball) were the America East Male and Female Scholar-Athletes of the Year, respectively. * Nineteen student-athletes were recognized as America East Scholar-Athletes and 169 received All-Academic recognition in their respective sport. * Twenty-four America East teams were publicly recognized by the NCAA for their multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR), for finishing among the top 10 percent of teams in the nation, the league’s most since 2006. * New Hampshire ranked fourth nationally in Graduation Success Rate (GSR) with a score of 97.

Athletics

* Boston University won the Stuart P. Haskell, Jr. Commissioner’s Cup for the fifth straight year and eighth time in the last nine years after capturing a league-high tying six championships, three regular-season titles and three runnerup finishes during the 2009-10 season. * Twenty-two America East student-athletes earned All-America recognition, including one in men’s basketball, one each in men’s and women’s soccer, six in men’s lacrosse, seven in women’s lacrosse, one each in field hockey and softball and four in cross country/track & field. * A record six America East men’s and women’s basketball teams qualified for the postseason: Boston University men (CBI), Boston University women (WNIT), Hartford women (NCAA), Stony Brook men (NIT), Vermont men (NCAA) and Vermont women (NCAA). o Two women’s teams made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2000 with Vermont earning the automatic bid and Hartford receiving an at-large berth. o Vermont downed Wisconsin, 64-55, in the first round for its first-ever NCAA win. It was the third time in five years an America East women’s team won an NCAA game. o Stony Brook reached the postseason for the first time and hosted Illinois in an NIT first round contest. It was the first time an America East men’s basketball team hosted a postseason game since 1987. o Boston University reached the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational and hosted a quarterfinal contest. * Stony Brook men’s lacrosse climbed to No. 7 in the nation and reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship after an 9-7 victory over Denver in the first round. o The Seawolves are the third different America East men’s lacrosse team (Albany, UMBC) to win an NCAA game since 2007. o Stony Brook hosted the NCAA quarterfinal round and drew 10,024 fans to LaValle Stadium. The Seawolves were edge by top-ranked Virginia, 10-9. o America East Player of the Year Kevin Crowley received the USILA’s Enners Award, which is given to college lacrosse’s most outstanding player. He was also a finalist for the prestigious Tewaaraton Award. * Boston University (No. 16) and UMBC (No. 18) were both ranked in the NSCAA men’s soccer national poll. It was the first time since the poll started in 1996 that two America East teams were ranked at the same time. * Boston University softball and Stony Brook baseball each won a game in its respective NCAA Championship. The Terriers downed UMass, while the Seawolves upended N.C. State. * Binghamton men’s tennis climbed to No. 43 in the nation while Sven Vloedgraven became the first America East tennis student-athlete to qualify for the NCAA individual championships.

America East Directory 215 First Street, Suite 140 Cambridge, Mass. 02142 (617) 695-6369 (617) 695-6385 FAX www.americaeast.com Patrick Nero Commissioner Brian Barrio Associate Commissioner Shonna Brown Associate Commissioner Frank Sullivan Associate Commissioner Matt Bourque Associate Commissioner Jessica Descartes Assistant Commissioner Chad Dwyer Championship/Sport Administrator Sean Tainsh Director of Communications Leslie Hanna Assoc Dir. of Communications/PR Max Mandel Marketing and New Media Intern Keith Arsenault Communications Intern Marisa Viola Administrative Intern

Leadership

* America East entered into a corporate sponsorship with Newman’s Own, Inc. and Newman’s Own Foundation, which sponsored the first Campus Community Service Challenge to foster social good on the conference’s nine campuses and in surrounding communities. Over $100,000 was donated as part of the Challenge. * Boston University women’s soccer standout Emily Pallotta was selected the 2010 America East Woman of the Year for a distinguished career in the areas of academic achievement, athletics excellence, service and leadership. * Hartford volleyball player Lindsay Makowicki and Stony Brook baseball player Stephen Marino were named the America East Male and Female Sportsmanship Award winners. * UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski was named one of the nation’s “10 Best College Presidents” by Time Magazine.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 2010-11 AMERICA EAST SCHEDULE November Fri. 12 Sat. 13 Sun. 14 Mon. 15 Tue. 16 Wed. 17 Thu. 18 Fri. 19 Sat. 20 Sun. 21 Mon. 22 Tue. 23 Wed. 24 Thu. 25 Fri. 26 Sat. 27 Sun. 28 Mon. 29 Tue. 30

Stony Brook vs. Troy (1) 12:30 p.m. New Hampshire at Notre Dame 3:30 p.m. Brown at Albany 5 p.m. Boston College at Boston U. 5 p.m. Binghamton at St. Bonaventure 7 p.m. Hartford at CCSU 7 p.m. UMBC at Delaware 7 p.m. Vermont at Nebraska TBA Harvard at Maine 12 p.m. Stony Brook vs. Fordham (1) 8:30 p.m. UMBC at Maryland-Eastern Shore 3 p.m. Hartford at Boston College 7 p.m. Vermont at North Dakota 8 p.m. Albany at St. Francis (N.Y.) 7 p.m. Canisius at Binghamton 7 p.m. Coppin State at UMBC 7 p.m. Dartmouth at New Hampshire 7 p.m. Yale at Boston U. 7 p.m. Hofstra at Stony Brook 7 p.m. Albany at Manhattan 7 p.m. Maine at Bryant 7 p.m. Marist at Vermont (2) 7 p.m. Binghamton at Rider 2 p.m. Providence at Hartford 2 p.m. Boston College at Vermont (2) 3 p.m. St. Joseph’s at UMBC 4 p.m. Brown at New Hampshire 4 p.m. Boston U. at Texas 1 p.m. Sacred Heart at Hartford (CTSN) 7 p.m. St. Peter’s at Albany 5 p.m. Harvard at Boston U. 7 p.m. Central Connecticut at Maine 7 p.m. UMBC at George Mason 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Holy Cross 7 p.m. Nicholls State at Stony Brook 4 p.m. Vermont at Dartmouth 7 p.m. Hartford vs. Utah (3) TBA Hartford vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay (3) TBA Boston U. vs. Colgate (5) 4 p.m. Navy at Maine (6) 6 p.m. Binghamton at Northern Arizona (4) 8:35 p.m. Hartford vs. Penn State (3) TBA South Alabama/Florida at Maine (6) TBA UMBC vs. Toledo (7) 1 p.m. Boston U. vs. LIU/McNeese St. (5) 2/4 p.m. Albany at Wagner 4 p.m. Binghamton vs. TBA (4) 4:35/6:35 p.m. UMBC vs. Brown (7) 1 p.m. New Hampshire at Syracuse 7 p.m. Monmouth at Stony Brook 7 p.m.

December Wed. 1 Thu. 2 Fri. 3 Sat. 4 Sun. 5 Mon. 6 Tue. 7 Wed. 8 Thu. 9 Fri. 10

Vermont at Quinnipiac 4 p.m. Albany at Sacred Heart 7 p.m. Army at Binghamton 7 p.m. Boston U. at Rhode Island 7 p.m. Maine at Kansas 7 p.m. Fairleigh Dickinson at SBU 7 p.m. Hartford at Harvard 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Manhattan 7 p.m. St. John’s at Boston U. 1 p.m. Maine at Holy Cross 1 p.m. Bucknell at UMBC 2 p.m. Marquette at Vermont 4:30 p.m. Albany at Siena 5 p.m. Binghamton at Lehigh 7 p.m. Iona at Stony Brook 2 p.m. Albany at Syracuse 7 p.m. Boston U. at Northeastern 7 p.m. Siena at Binghamton 7 p.m. Marist at Hartford (CTSN) 7 p.m. Towson at UMBC 7 p.m. Massachusetts at Boston U. 5 p.m. Northeastern at Vermont 7 p.m. Albany at Duke 7 p.m. Stony Brook at George Mason 7 p.m. Binghamton at Massachusetts 4:30 p.m. Hartford at Temple 7 p.m. Maine at Pennsylvania 7 p.m. UMBC at Maryland 7 p.m. New Hampshire at Harvard 7 p.m.

Sat. 11 Sun. 12 Sat. 18 Sun. 19 Mon. 20 Tue. 21 Wed. 22 Tue. 28 Wed. 29 Thu. 30 Fri. 31

SBU at George Washington 2 p.m. Boston U. at Marist 7:30 p.m. Maine at Penn State 12 p.m. Canisius at Albany 2 p.m. Dartmouth at Hartford 2 p.m. Albany at Niagara 2 p.m. Binghamton at Mount St. Mary’s 3 p.m. UMBC at Virginia 7 p.m. New Hampshire at CCSU 1 p.m. Stony Brook at Long Island 1 p.m. Vermont at Kent State 2 p.m. Maine vs. Winthrop (8) 3:30 p.m. Hofstra at Albany 7 p.m. Maine at Stetson (8) 1 p.m. UMBC at Navy 7 p.m. Stony Brook at Old Dominion 7 p.m. Vermont at Michigan State 7 p.m. Hartford at Hofstra 2 p.m. Albany at Fairfield 7 p.m. Quinnipiac at New Hampshire 7 p.m. New Hampshire at St. Joseph’s (9) 2 p.m. Boston U. at Richmond 7 p.m. Binghamton vs. American (10) 4 p.m. UNH vs. Lafayette/Quinnipiac (9) 2 p.m. Vermont vs. Wagner (11) 5 p.m. Hartford at Coppin State 7 p.m. Massachusetts at Maine 7 p.m. Loyola at UMBC 7 p.m. Bing. vs. Brown/Monmouth (10) 2/4 p.m. Vermont vs. Kansas State (11) 5 p.m. Boston U. at Providence 1 p.m. Stony Brook at St. Francis (N.Y.) 2 p.m.

January Sat. 1 Sun. 2 Mon. 3 Tue. 4 Wed. 5 Thu. 6 Sat. 8 Sun. 9 Wed. 12 Sat. 15 Mon. 17 Tue. 18 Thu. 20 Sun. 23 Wed. 26 Sat. 29 Sun. 30

Rhode Island at New Hampshire 3 p.m. Fordham at Albany 1 p.m. *Hartford at Vermont 1 p.m. *Maine at Boston U. 1 p.m. Cornell at Binghamton 7 p.m. *UMBC at Stony Brook 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Albany 7 p.m. Vermont at Oklahoma State 8 p.m. *Maine at Hartford 7 p.m. *Boston U. at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Binghamton 7 p.m. *Albany at Hartford (CTSN) 2 p.m. *UMBC at Maine 12 p.m. *Boston U. at Vermont 1 p.m. *New Hampshire at Binghamton 2 p.m. *Binghamton at UMBC 7 p.m. *Hartford at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Vermont 7 p.m. *Albany at Maine 7:30 p.m. *Binghamton at Maine 1 p.m. *Stony Brook at New Hampshire 1 p.m. *Vermont at UMBC 2 p.m. *Boston U. at Albany 7 p.m. *Binghamton at Hartford 7 p.m. *UMBC at Boston U. 7 p.m. *Vermont at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Albany 7 p.m. *Hartford at UMBC 12 p.m. *Albany at Binghamton 7 p.m. *Boston U. at Stony Brook 7 p.m. *Maine at Vermont 7 p.m. *Binghamton at Vermont 1 p.m. *Stony Brook at Maine 1 p.m. *Hartford at Boston U. (CSN-AETV) 2 p.m. *New Hampshire at UMBC 2 p.m. *UMBC at Albany 12 p.m. *^Bing. at BU (CSN/TW-AETV) 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Maine 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Hartford (CTSN) 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at UMBC 2 p.m. *Maine at Binghamton 3 p.m. *New Hampshire at Boston U. 3 p.m. *Vermont at Albany 2 p.m.

February Tue. 1 Wed. 2

*Boston U. at Maine 7 p.m. *UMBC at Binghamton (TWCS) 7 p.m. *Vermont at Hartford (CTSN) 7 p.m.

Thu. 3 Sat. 5 Sun. 6 Tue. 8 Wed. 9 Sat. 12 Sun. 13 Mon. 14 Thu. 17 Sun. 20 Wed. 23 Sat. 26

*Albany at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Maine at UMBC 12 p.m. *Vermont at Stony Brook 2 p.m. *Hartford at Albany (TWCS) 4:30 p.m. *Binghamton at New Hampshire 1 p.m. *Hartford at Maine 7 p.m. *Albany at Boston U. 7 p.m. *UMBC at Vermont 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Stony Brook 7 p.m. *Maine at Stony Brook 2 p.m. *Vermont at Binghamton 2 p.m. *BU at Hartford (CSN-AETV) 1 p.m. *UMBC at New Hampshire 1 p.m. *Albany at Vermont 7 p.m. *Boston U. at UMBC 7 p.m. *Hartford at Binghamton 7 p.m. *New Hampshire at Vermont 7 p.m. *Stony Brook at Albany 7 p.m. *UMBC at Hart. (CSN/CSN+ AETV) 1 p.m. *Stony Brook at Boston U. 1 p.m. *Vermont at Maine 1 p.m. *Binghamton at Albany 2 p.m. *Albany at UMBC 7 p.m. *Boston U. at Binghamton 7 p.m. *Hartford at Stony Brook 7 p.m. *Maine at New Hampshire 7 p.m. *Vermont at Boston U. 1 p.m. *Binghamton at Stony Brook 2 p.m. *Maine at Albany 2 p.m. *UNH at Hartford (CTSN) 2 p.m.

America East Championship Presented by Newman’s Own March 3 First Round TBD March 4 Quarterfinals TBD March 6 Semifinals (AETV) TBD TBD Championship TBD Tournament/Site Legend (1) Phoenix Classic (Elon, N.C.) (2) TD Bank Classic (Burlington, Vt.) (3) Caribbean Challenge (Cancun, Mexico) (4) Hilton Garden Inn Thanksgiving Tournament (Flagstaff, Ariz.) (5) LIU Turkey Classic (Brooklyn, N.Y.) (6) Dead River Company Classic (Orono, Maine) (7) Iona Thanksgiving Classic (New Rochelle, N.Y.) (8) Stetson Classic (Deland, Fla.) (9) St. Joseph’s Tournament (Philadelphia, Pa.) (10) Hawk Holiday Classic (West Long Branch, N.J.) (11) Blue Sky Classic (Hanover, N.H.) *America East Conference game ^Agganis Arena (Boston, Mass.) ALL TIMES EASTERN STANDARD Television AETV – America East-produced game/ESPN Regional BIG10 – BigTenNetwork.com CSN – Comcast Sports Net CTSN – Connecticut Sports TV Network TW – Time Warner (New York) TWCS – Time Warner Cable Sports

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL

History & Records

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL THROUGH THE YEARS

September 1, 1967 ~ Joyce Mills, the first women’s basketball head coach, is hired as a professor and coach in the Physical Education department.

December 12, 1975 ~ The Wildcats play their first game at varsity status, defeating the University of Maine-Gorham, 64-60, at home.

February 29.1983 ~ Denise Higgins sets a school record in blocks with six against Fordham. Though matched three times, it has never been broken.

March, 1977 ~ The Wildcats defeat Plymouth State 100-61. The 100 points is a scoring record that has never been matched. December 2, 1977 ~ Cecelia DeMarco takes over as head coach of the program as the Wildcats fall to Massachusetts, 53-49. December 8, 1977 ~ In the second home game of the season, UNH defeats UMass-Lowell, 93-35. The 55-point win is largest margin of victory in the history of the program. July 18, 1978 ~ Jean Giarrusso, a 1977 grad, is picked by the New Jersey Gems (Women’s Basketball League) in the first professional women’s basketball draft. February 22, 1979 ~ Kathy Ladd pulls down 24 rebounds vs. Connecticut, setting a UNH single-game rebounding record. March 11, 1983 ~ The Wildcats advance to their first appearance in the ECAC tournament. UNH hosted and defeated Holy Cross (69-55) and Manhattan (79-61).

win the New England Tip-Off tournament title in Amherst, Mass. In four years of the tourney, the Wildcats were the only champion.

February 13, 1984 ~ Corinne Gulas sets the UNH record for most steals in a single game with 10 vs. Maine. March 2, 1984 ~ UNH defeated Northeastern, 74-64, to grab back-to-back ECAC championship titles. Senior guard Corinne Gulas, who scored 26 points in the championship game, received All-America accolades. February 6, 1985 ~ Prior to the 1984-85 season, UNH joined Boston University, Brooklyn, Maine, Northeastern and Vermont to form the Seaboard Conference. UNH defeated Boston University 70-56 for the first ever league victory and went on to finish 4-1 in the league. February 27, 1986 ~ Kris Kinney was honored with the first ever Seaboard League Rookie of the Year award. Only one other Wildcat has been given such accolades.

January 19, 1983 ~ In the game verses St. John’s, senior captain Theresa Redmond scored 21 points and became the first women’s basketball player ever to reach more than 1,000 points at UNH. Redmond, who received a 12-inch chocolate-chip cookie as her trophy, finished her career with 1,252 points.

November 29, 1986 ~ Former standout, Kathy Sanborn, takes over as head coach as the Wildcats face the Eagles of Boston College. February 28, 1989 ~ Kris Kinney, five-time Seaboard player of the week, received Player of the Year honors at the annual awards banquet. Kinney, who led the league in scoring (25.7 ppg) for the second consecutive season, is the only Wildcat in the history of the program to receive league Player of the Year recognition.

March 11, 1983 ~ UNH earned a No. 1 seed in the first ever ECAC Division I Women’s Basketball Championship. The Wildcats played host to and defeated Holy Cross, 68-55. March 12, 1983 ~ The Wildcats capture the ECAC tournament title with a 79-61 win over Manhattan. Though the 227 ECAC champions had wins against both Big East champions, St. John’s, and Ivy League champs, Dartmouth the Wildcats were denied one of the 14 at-large bids to the NCAA tournament. Coach DeMarco is recognized as the Converse District I Coach of the Year after posting the best record in the history of the program. November 27, 1983 ~ UNH defeats Connecticut after edging by Rhode Island to

March 1, 1989 ~ Kris Kinney posted 30 points against Boston University, totaling 695 on the season setting a school record. With 2,231 career points, Kinney became the all-time school point leader. January 3, 1990 ~ Julie Donlon drained a record high six 3-pointers versus Central Florida. Though matched six times, the record has yet to be broken. January 13, 1990 ~ Prior to the 1989-90 season the North Atlantic Conference merged with the Seaboard Conference, adding Colgate and Hartford to the Wildcats’ conference schedule. UNH defeated Northeastern, 61-51, for its first NAC victory. January 31, 1990 ~ Laura Seiden posted a program-high 38 points in the Wildcats win over Northeastern, 63-50. March 7, 1990 ~ Record setting rookie, Laura Seiden, is awarded North Atlantic Rookie of the Year honors. Seiden was named Rookie of the Week seven times throughout the season. The Wildcats also finished the season as the league leader in 3-point percentage (.355) and had three players on the all-NAC second team.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL THROUGH THE YEARS

February 2, 1993 ~ Kathy Sanborn tallied her 100th career victory as head coach of women’s basketball with an 87-84 win over Harvard. December 17, 1995 ~ The Wildcats play its first game at the newly constructed Whittemore Center as it upset Big East power Boston College, 67-64 in front of a crowd of 325. March 5, 1995 ~ Averaging 43.3 boards per game, the Wildcats finished the season as the North Atlantic Conference leader in rebounding. March 5, 1997 ~ Forward Kathy Cadwell pulled down 14 boards, raising her career total to 900 rebounds, a UNH all-time record. Cadwell also finished the season as the league leader in rebounds (11.5 rpg) for the second consecutive year.

Summer, 2003 ~ The Jerry Azumah Performance Center opened its doors the summer of 2003 to UNH Student-Athletes. May 8, 2007 ~ 2007 team MVP Danielle Clark, along with football player David Ball were named Jim Urquhart Student-Athletes of the Year. Clark’s other 2007 awards include being named to the America East Second-Team, the America East All-Academic team and receiving the America East Player of the Game award. June 6, 2007 ~ The construction of the new bleacher system at Lundholm Gymnasium begins. In addition to the bleachers, new baskets are installed and various parts of the gym are painted.

April 10, 1997 ~ America East Coach of the Year Kathy Sanborn resigns to pursue other opportunities as announced by Athletic Director Judy Ray.

June 12, 2007 ~ Kristin Cole was named the fifth head coach in the history of the program, announced by Athletic Director Marty Scarano.

June 18, 1997 ~ Judy Ray announced Sue Johnson as the fourth head coach in the 22-year history of the program. March 11, 1999 ~ The Wildcats went 19-8 on the season and earned a WNIT berth, but fell at Arkansas State, 78-65. April 24, 2000 ~ Marty Scarano is named Athletic Director at UNH, taking over for Judy Ray. December 8, 2000 ~ WTSN broadcasts its first women’s basketball game. Andy Schachat delivered the play-by-play in the game against Delaware. December 5, 2001 ~ The athletic department receives approval to begin restoration of Lundholm Gymnasium. Improvements made include a new sound system, new computer-controlled lights were added and the floor was refinished. The women’s basketball locker rooms were also renovated. March 14, 2003 ~ With 46 blocks on the season, Maren Matthais finished the season as the America East leader in blocks (1.59 bpg).

December 5, 2008 ~ The Wildcats drain 14 3-pointers against Colgate, setting a school record. In that same game, Amy Simpson tied a singlegame record, scoring six trifectas, a record that has been tied eight times but has yet to be broken. March 7, 2009 ~ Amy Simpson nets her 59th 3-pointer of the season against Hartford, a UNH single-season record. She finished with 62 trifectas on the season. March 12, 2009 ~ Candace Williams was selected to the America East All-Conference Second Team, becoming only the tenth player in program history to do so. December 22, 2009 ~ Candace Williams notched 18 points against Louisville to become just the 14th Wildcat in program history to reach the 1,000-point plateau. December 30, 2009 ~ Jill McDonald broke UNH’s single-game block record with seven against Syracuse University. January 24, 2010 ~ Amy Simpson notched her 1,000-point against Binghamton University, becoming just the 15th player in school history to reach the mark. February 3, 2010 ~ Kelley Flynn tied Jill McDonald’s single-game block record with seven against Stony Brook University. March 3, 2010 ~ Candace Williams was selected to the America East All-Conference Second Team for the second time in her UNH career. March 4, 2010 ~ Jill McDonald tallied five blocks against Maine in the first round of the America East Tournament, breaking the program’s single-season block record with 58 on the year. March 5, 2010 ~ Amy Simpson compiles her 155th assist of the 2009-10 campaign, tying a UNH single-season record against Hartford in the quarterfinals of the America East Tournament. Simpson ranks fourth all-time in assists for the Wildcats with 361. May 18, 2010 ~ Maureen Magarity was named the sixth head coach in the history of the program, announced by Athletic Director Marty Scarano.

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL

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

SCORING

Kris Kinney Sheila Danker Sheila Danker Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Theresa Redmond Laura Seiden Maren Matthias Corinne Gulas Candace Williams

SEASON 1988-89 1996-97 1995-96 1987-88 1986-87 1982-83 1989-90 2002-03 1983-84 2008-09

FIELD GOALS MADE

PLAYER 1. Kris Kinney 2. Sheila Danker 3. Kris Kinney 4. Kris Kinney 5. Shelia Danker Corinne Gulas 7. Maren Matthias 8. Laura Seiden 9. Theresa Redmond 10. Maren Matthias

SEASON 1988-89 1996-97 1987-88 1986-87 1995-96 1983-84 2002-03 1989-90 1982-83 2003-04

Individual season records FT PERCENTAGE (min. 40 attempts)

POINTS 1. 695 2. 683 569 3. 563 4. 537 5. 524 6. 514 7. 508 8. 500 9. 499 10. FG’s 295 248 238 218 210 210 209 196 191 188

FG PERCENTAGE (min. 100 attempts)

PLAYER 1. Pam Brandell 2. Ray Williams 3. Orsi Farkas 4. Deb Russel 5. Orsi Farkas 6. Racheal Fowler 7. Maren Matthias 8 Maren Matthias 9. Pam Brandell 10. Maren Matthias

PLAYER 1. Sheila Danker 2. Candace Williams 2. Theresa Redmond 3. Sheila Danker 4. Danielle Clark Marcie Lane 6. Laura Seiden Orsi Farkas 8. Danielle Clark 10. Marcie Lane

SEASON 1996-97 2005-06 1997-98 1991-92 1998-99 2007-08 2003-04 2000-01 1995-96 2002-03

FREE THROWS MADE SEASON 1996-97 2008-09 1982-83 1995-96 2005-06 1993-94 1989-90 1998-99 2006-07 1991-92

% .649 .600 .597 .586 .584 .579 .578 .569 .565 .557

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

PLAYER Kathy Ladd Melissa Pfefferie Heidi Plencner Danielle Clark Theresa Redmond Danielle Clark Heidi Plencner Danielle Clark Sheila Danker Marcie Lane

SEASON 1980-81 1986-87 2000-01 2005-06 1981-82 2006-07 2001-02 2004-05 1995-96 1992-93

% .900 .854 .831 .837 .827 .824 .816 .813 .812 .809

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE

PLAYER Amy Simpson Heidi Plencner Ashley Cerniglia Heidi Plencner Kelly Karl Julie Donlon Adriane Domanski Amy Simpson Geneva Livingston Three tied

SEASON 3-pointers 2007-08 62 2001-02 58 2007-08 52 2000-01 51 1996-97 48 1988-89 47 1999-00 46 2006-07 45 2002-03 43 - 42

3-PT FG PERCENTAGE (min. 35 attempts)

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

PLAYER Marcie Lane Melissa Pfefferie Emily Hardy Karen Pinkos Emily Caschera Lindsay Adams Ebony Woods Meaghan Lane Lindsay Adams Adriane Domanski

SEASON 1992-93 1987-88 2003-04 1987-88 2002-03 2002-03 2004-05 1990-91 2001-02 1998-99

% .488 .480 .450 .449 .447 .439 .396 .390 .386 .374

FT’s 173 159 142 138 128 128 122 122 117 113

REBOUNDS

PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

SEASON REBOUNDS

Kathy Caldwell Kathy Caldwell Gail Jackson Maren Matthias Kelly Butterfield Theresa Redmond Kris Kinney Candace Williams Kris Kinney Maren Matthias

1995-96 1996-97 1983-84 2002-03 1984-85 1982-83 1988-89 2008-09 1985-86 2003-04

323 321 279 279 272 268 254 252 226 226

ASSISTS

T1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER SEASON ASSISTS Amy Simpson 2009-10 155 Christine Gulas 1995-96 155 Martha Morrison 1981-82 138 Colleen Mullen 2002-03 133 Whitney Edwards 2006-07 132 Corinne Gulas 1983-84 130 Linda Neilson 1982-83 130 Karen Pinkos 1987-88 129 Kelly Karl 1995-96 123 Kelly Donohue 2000-01 122

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

PLAYER Corinne Gulas Christine Gulas Kris Kinney Whitney Edwards Christine Gulas Heidi Plencner Pam Brandell Martha Morrison Kris Kinney Julie Donlon Marcie Lane

SEASON 1983-84 1983-84 1987-88 2006-07 1982-83 2001-02 1996-97 1979-80 1988-89 1993-94 1993-94

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

PLAYER Jill McDonald Denise Higgins Jill McDonald Denise Higgins Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Denise Higgins Denise Higins Pam Brandell Maren Matthias

SEASON BLOCKS 2009-10 58 1983-84 53 2008-09 47 1981-82 46 2002-03 46 2003-04 46 1982-83 44 1980-81 43 1996-97 38 2001-02 36

STEALS

BLOCKED SHOTS

STEALS 130 83 80 76 73 73 70 70 66 65 65

Team season records SCORING RECORD 1. 2,198 2. 2,052 3. 2,018 4. 1,949 5. 1,850

SEASON 1982-83 1996-97 1983-84 1995-96 2001-02

FT MADE

RECORD 1. 459 2. 455 3. 450 4. 426 5. 406

SEASON 1998-99 1996-97 1982-83 1992-93 1995-96

SCORING AVG.

RECORD 1. 75.8 2. 72.4 3. 72.3 4. 72.1 5. 72.0

SEASON 1982-83 1978-79 1996-97 1983-84 1979-80

FT PERCENTAGE

RECORD 1. .728 2. .725 3 .720 4. .717

SEASON 1992-93 1989-90; 2005-06 2004-05 1983-84; 1982-83

FG MADE

RECORD 1. 874 2. 830 3. 747 4. 746

SEASON 1982-83 1983-84 1995-96 1996-97; 1987-88; 1981-82

REBOUNDS

RECORD 1. 1,216 2. 1,170 3. 1,167 4. 1,157 5. 1,148

SEASON 1982-83 1994-95 2001-02 2008-09 1995-96

FG PERCENTAGE

RECORD 1. .464 2. .461 3. .453 4. .452 5. .448

SEASON 1981-82 1983-84 1997-98 1987-88 1995-96

ASSISTS

RECORD 1. 474 2. 455 3. 454 4. 448 5. 443

SEASON 1982-83 1983-84 1987-88 2001-02 2002-03

3-PT. FG MADE

RECORD 1. 171 2. 169 4. 165 5. 164

SEASON 2001-02 2004-05; 2002-03 2006-07; 2003-04 2009-10

STEALS

RECORD 1. 351 2. 303 3. 300 4. 287 5. 272

SEASON 1983-84 1993-94 1996-97 2001-02 1998-99 1997-98

3-PT. PERCENTAGE

RECORD 1. .441 2. .364 3. .355 4. .341 5. .325

SEASON 1987-88 2002-03 1989-90 1998-99 2001-02

BLOCKED SHOTS

RECORD 1. 146 2. 117 3. 101 4. 93 5. 89

SEASON 2009-10 2008-09 2001-02 2002-03 1994-95

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL TOP-10 LEADING SCORERS

TOP-20 SCORING

PLAYER 1. Kris Kinney 2. Laura Seiden 3. Sheila Danker 4. Maren Matthias 5. Orsi Farkas 6. Danielle Clark 7. Candace Williams 8. Theresa Redmond 9. Pam Brandell 10. Aubrey Danen 11. Gail Jackson 12. Amy Simpson 13. Kendall Daly 14. Kelly Butterfield 15. Heidi Plencner T16. Kathy Sanborn Danielle Clark 18. Martha Morrison 19. Marcie Lane 20. Deb Dorsch

YEARS 1985-89 1989-93 1993-97 2000-04 1996-00 2003-07 2006-10 1979-83 1993-97 1998-03 1980-84 2006-10 1989-93 1981-85 1998-02 1975-79 2003-07 1978-82 1991-94 1986-90

ASSISTS 2,231 1,602 1,539 1,503 1,434 1,331 1,277 1,252 1,140 1,087 1,081 1,063 1,061 1,030 1,000 930 930 914 910 889

Kris Kinney 2,231 points

Laura Seiden 1,602 points

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

PLAYER Amy Simpson Heidi Plencner Kelly Karl Ashley Cerniglia Julie Donlon Danielle Clark Ebony Woods Lindsay Adams Marcie Lane Adriane Domanski Colleen Mullen Emily Hardy Whitney Edwards Salee-Marie Johnson Geneva Livingston Meaghan Lane Kiki Proctor Aubrey Danen Kim Kassik Karen Pinkos

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

PLAYER Kris Kinney Whitney Edwards Teya Eaton Kelly Karl Pam Brandell Kiki Proctor Melissa Pfefferle Heidi Plencner Martha Morrison Kelly Donohue Christine Gulas Orsi Farkas Corinne Gulas Kerri Eaton Deb Dorsch Laura Seiden Amy Simpson Sheila Danker Ebony Woods Sue Ryan Donna Couture

YEARS 3-POINTERS 2006-10 193 1998-02 179 1994-98 142 2004-07 131 1987-91 126 2003-07 123 2002-05 109 2001-05 104 1991-94 95 1998-00 87 2001-03 78 2002-05 71 2003-07 67 2003-07 58 2001-03 58 1990-94 58 1998-02 49 1998-03 47 1996-01 43 1984-88 35

Sheila Danker 1,539 points

Maren Matthias 1,503 points

Orsi Farkas 1,434 points

Danielle Clark 1,331 points

YEARS 1985-89 2003-07 1990-94 1994-98 1993-97 1998-02 1984-88 1992-02 1978-82 1997-01 1982-84 1996-00 1982-84 1990-94 1986-90 1989-93 2006-10 1993-97 2002-05 1988-92 1977-81

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

PLAYER Kelly Karl Whitney Edwards Martha Morrison Amy Simpson Kelly Donohue Julie Donlon Linda Neilson Karen Pinkos Michelle Altobello Melissa Pfefferle Kiki Proctor Christine Gulas Steph Schubert Colleen Mullen Sheila Danker Orsi Farkas Kathy Sanborn Cheryl Murtagh Heidi Plencner Danielle Clark

1. 2. T3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER Denise Higgins Maren Mathhias Pam Brandell Jill McDonald Ray Williams Kris Kinney Amy Simpson Aubrey Danen Kathy Caldwell Anna Matthias Candace Williams Orsi Farkas Laura Seiden Rita McCarroll Carrie Kimball Deb Dorsch Heidi Plencner Terri Mulliken Teya Eaton Karyn McCoy

YEARS 1993-97 1985-89 2000-04 1980-84 1979-83 2006-10 1981-85 1998-03 1996-00 2003-07 2003-07 1980-84 1976-80 1989-93 1993-97 1978-82 1989-93 2002-06 1978-82 1986-90

REBOUNDS 900 897 879 747 745 699 678 666 635 579 569 564 552 547 539 484 482 467 466 464

YEARS 1994-98 2003-07 1978-82 2006-10 1997-01 1987-91 1980-83 1984-88 1984-88 1984-88 1998-02 1982-84 1994-98 2001-03 1993-97 1996-00 1978-79 1978-81 1998-02 2003-07

ASSISTS 404 382 368 361 341 336 328 326 325 310 287 264 226 218 206 203 197 196 192 190

TOP-20 BLOCKS

TOP-20 STEALS

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

PLAYER Kathy Caldwell Kris Kinney Maren Matthias Gail Jackson Theresa Redmond Candace Williams Kelly Butterfield Aubrey Danen Orsi Farkas Danielle Clark Ray Williams Denise Higgins Karen Bolton Laura Seiden Pam Brandell Kathy Ladd Deb Russell Lindsay Adams Jackie MacMullan Deb Dorsch

TOP-20 ASSISTS

TOP-20 3-PT. FIELD GOALS MADE

TOP-20 REBOUNDS

STEALS 241 229 186 183 183 182 180 176 167 162 156 155 148 135 130 127 123 121 120 120 116

Candace Williams 1,277 points

Theresa Redmond 1,252 points

Pam Brandell 1,140 points

Aubrey Danen 1,087 points

YEARS 1980-84 2000-04 1993-97 2007- 2003-07 1985-89 2006-10 1998-03 1993-97 1998-02 2006-10 1996-00 1989-93 1986-90 1992-96 1986-90 1998-02 1982-86 1991-95 1989-93

BLOCKS 186 153 114 114 84 77 65 62 51 50 46 45 43 43 42 41 37 33 32 30

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL TEAM RECORDS

WINS & LOSSES

Most Wins: 22 (1982-83) Most Consecutive Wins: 9 (2/9/84-11/24/84) two seasons Most Consecutive Wins to Start Season: 8 (1977-78;1982-83) Most Losses: 23 (2008-09) Most Consecutive Losses: 11 (2007-08)

IN A SINGLE SEASON IN A SINGLE SEASON

Most Points: Highest Scoring Average: Lowest Scoring Average: Most Field Goals Made: Most Most Field Goals Attempted: Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: Most Free Throws Made: Most Free Throws Attempted: Most Rebounds: Most Assists: Most Steals:

2,198 (29 games;1983-84) 75.8 (1982-83) 55.3 (2008-09) 874 (1982-83) 1,915 (1982-83) 171 (2001-02) 556 (2004-05) 459 (1998-99) 688 (1996-97) 1,216 (1982-83) 474 (1982-83) 351 (1983-84)

IN A SINGLE GAME

Most Points: 100 vs. Plymouth State (1976-77) Most Points by Opponent: 104 by Boston College (12/12/90) Least Points: 30 vs. Northeastern (1/31/85) Least Points by Opponent: 32 by Brooklyn (1/25/80) Highest Combined Score: 191-Maine 101, UNH 90 (1/11/97) Lowest Combined Score: 82 - UNH 42, Canisius 40 (12/28/09) Most Field Goals Made: 43 vs. Lowell (12/8/77) Most Field Goals Attempted: 103 vs. Lowell (12/8/77) Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 14 vs. Colgate (12/5/08) Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 35 vs. Quinnipiac (11/22/04) Most Free Throws Made: 33 vs. Vermont (1996-97) Most Free Throws Attempted: 42 vs. Harvard (2/1/94) Most Rebounds: 76 vs. Lowell (12/8/77) Most Assists: 32 at Central Connecticut (1/13/88) Most Steals: 24 vs. Vermont (1/27/80)

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS

RECORD

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS

PLAYER OPPONENT DATE

Most Points: 36 Laura Seiden Northeastern Highest Scoring Average: - - - Most Field Goals Made: 16 Kris Kinney Northeastern Most Field Goals Attempted: 31 Kris Kinney Maine 31 Sheila Danker Maine Highest Field Goal Percentage: 1.00 (8-8) Anna Matthias Northeastern Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 6 Amy Simpson Colgate 6 Ashley Cerniglia Boston U. 6 Amy Simpson Binghamton 6 Danielle Clark UMBC 6 Heidi Plencner Northeastern 6 Adriane Domanski Maine 6 Adriane Domanski Maine Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 15 Amy Simpson Dartmouth Most Free Throws Made: 19 Sheila Danker Vermont Most Free Throws Attempted: 24 Sheila Danker Vermont Highest Free Throw Percentage: 1.00 (12-12) Danielle Clark Iona Most Rebounds: 24 Kathy Ladd Connecticut Highest Rebounding Percentage: - - - Most Assists: 13 Corinne Gulas Connecticut Most Steals: 10 Corinne Gulas Maine Most Blocked Shots: 7 Kelley Flynn Stony Brook 7 Jill McDonald Syracuse 6 Three tied -

1989-90 - 1988-89 1988-89 1985-1989 12/12/99 12/5/08 1/26/08 3/3/07 1/20/07 2/22/01 2/12/00 1/15/00 1/13/09 1995-96 1995-96 11/26/06 2/22/79 1983-84 2/13/84 2/3/10 12/30/09 -

RECORD

PLAYER SEASON

695 Denise Higgins 25.7 Kris Kinney 295 Kris Kinney 601 Sheila Danker - - .648 (144-222) Pam Brandell 62 Amy Simpson - - - - - - - - - - - - 250 Amy Simpson 173 Sheila Danker 222 Sheila Danker .900 (36-40) Kathy Ladd 323 Kathy Cadwell 9.0 Karen Cadwell 155 Amy Simpson 130 Corrine Gulas 58 Jill McDonald 58 Denise Higgins - -

1988-89 1988-1989 1988-89 1996-97 1996-97 2008-09 - - - 2008-09 1996-97 1996-97 1980-81 1995-96 1993-97 2009-10 1983-84 2009-10 1983-84 -

INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS

RECORD

Highest Scoring Average: 20.7 Most Field Goals Made: 929 Most Field Goals Attempted: 1,843 Highest Field Goal Percentage: .556 (546-1822) Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 734 Most Free Throws Made: 408 Most Free Throws Attempted: 541 Highest Free Throw Percentage: .802 (105-131) Highest Rebounding Percentage: 9.0

PLAYER YEARS

Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Orsi Farkas Amy Simpson Laura Seiden Kris Kinney Corinne Gulas Kathy Caldwell Karen Bolton

1985-89 1985-89 1985-89 1996-2000 2006-2010 1989-1993 1985-89 1982-84 1993-97 1976-80

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL coaches YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

OVERALL YEAR COACH W L PCT. 1975-76 Joyce Mills 3 5 .375 1976-77 Joyce Mills 10 16 .375 Mills Career Record - 2 years, 13-21 (.382) 1977-78 Cecelia DeMarco 14 5 .737 1978-79 Cecelia DeMarco 13 7 .650 1979-80 Cecelia DeMarco 15 7 .682 1980-81 Cecelia DeMarco 13 9 .591 1981-82 Cecelia DeMarco 18 8 .692 1982-83 Cecelia DeMarco 23 7 .767 1983-84 Cecelia DeMarco 20 8 .714 1984-85 Cecelia DeMarco 11 16 .407 1985-86 Cecelia DeMarco 9 19 .321 DeMarco Career Record - 9 years, 136-86 (.613) 1986-87 Kathy Sanborn 14 12 .538 1987-88 Kathy Sanborn 19 8 .704 1988-89 Kathy Sanborn 16 11 .593 1989-90 Kathy Sanborn 11 16 .407 1990-91 Kathy Sanborn 10 17 .370 1991-92 Kathy Sanborn 18 8 .692 1992-93 Kathy Sanborn 18 8 .692 1993-94 Kathy Sanborn 17 11 .607 1994-95 Kathy Sanborn 13 14 .481 1995-96 Kathy Sanborn 16 12 .571 1996-97 Kathy Sanborn 18 10 .643 Sanborn Career Record - 11 years, 170-127 (.572) 1997-98 Sue Johnson 12 15 .444 1998-99 Sue Johnson 19 8 .704 1999-00 Sue Johnson 13 15 .464 2000-01 Sue Johnson 10 18 .357 2001-02 Sue Johnson 16 13 .552 2002-03 Sue Johnson 13 16 .448 2003-04 Sue Johnson 11 18 .379 2004-05 Sue Johnson 15 14 .517 2005-06 Sue Johnson 15 13 .536 2006-07 Sue Johnson 9 20 .310 Johnson Career Record - 10 years, 133-150 (.469) 2007-08 Kristin Cole 7 22 .241 2008-09 Kristin Cole 8 23 .258 2009-10 Kristin Cole 9 22 .310 Cole Career Record - 3 years, 24-67 (.264) TOTAL 476 451 .513

YEAR 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

CONFERENCE W L PCT. CONF. NAME -- -- --- -- -- ---

CAPTAINS Nina Bailiargeon, Clare Pyne Jean Marie Giarrusso

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4 8

-- --- -- --- -- --- -- --- -- --- -- --- -- --- 1 .800 ECAC Seaboard 4 .667 ECAC Seaboard

N/A Kathy Sanborn Karen Bolton Donna Couture, Patty Foster Kathy Ladd, Jackie MacMullan, Martha Morrison Theresa Redmond Corinne Gulas, Gail Jackson Kelly Butterfield Denise Darling, Terri Mulliken

9 11 10 7 3 9 10 9 10 12 14

5 3 4 5 7 4 4 7 6 6 4

.643 .786 .714 .583 .300 .692 .714 .563 .625 .667 .778

ECAC Seaboard ECAC Seaboard ECAC Seaboard North Atlantic North Atlantic North Atlantic North Atlantic North Atlantic North Atlantic North Atlantic America East

Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos Carolyn Keavney, Kris Kinney Deb Dorsch, Rita McCarroll, Michele Brusseau Jen Casey, Julie Donlon Kendall Daly, Sue Ryan Kendall Daly, Deb Russell, Laura Seiden Kerri Eaton, Marcie Lane Teya Eaton, Jenny Matteson, Sue McLaughlin Anne Colton, Bridget White Kathy Caldwell, Bridget White

9 13 8 8 9 7 6 10 7 4

9 5 10 10 7 9 12 8 9 12

.500 .722 .444 .444 .563 .437 .333 .556 .438 .250

America East America East America East America East America East America East America East America East America East America East

Steph Schubert Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey, Kim Kassik Sarah Bushey, Kim Kassik Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen, Kiki Proctor Emily Caschera, Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen Maren Matthias, Sarah Rappoport Emily Hardy, Whitney Edwards Emily Hardy, Ebony Woods Danielle Clark, Whitney Edwards

4 6 3

12 .250 10 .375 13 .188

America East America East America East

Ashley Cerniglia, Danielle Flowers N/A Denise Beliveau, Kelsey Hogan, Candace Williams

210 186 .530

Annual Scoring and Rebounding Leaders

PLAYER AVERAGE Kathy Sanborn Clare Pyne Jean Giarrusso Not available Kathy Sanborn Not available Kathy Sanborn Karen Bolton Jackie MacMullan Karen Bolton Martha Morrison Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Theresa Redmond Corinne Gulas Gail Jackson Terri Mulliken Kelly Butterfield Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney

15.3 PPG 7.0 RPG 19.3 PPG 14.4 PPG 14.3 PPG 9.9 RPG 14.1 PPG 8.0 RPG 12.6 PPG 8.0 RPG 15.8 PPG 8.0 RPG 18.1 PPG 9.2 RPG 17.9 PPG 10.0 RPG 13.1 PPG 10.1 RPG 15.6 PPG 8.1 RPG 20.7 PPG 8.0 RPG

YEAR 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

PLAYER AVERAGE Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Kris Kinney Laura Seiden Deb Dorsch Laura Seiden Deb Russell Laura Seiden Kendall Daly Kendall Daly Teya Eaton Marcie Lane Teya Eaton Sheila Danker Kathy Caldwell Sheila Danker Kathy Caldwell Sheila Danker Kathy Caldwell Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas

20.9 PPG 7.8 RPG 25.7 PPG 9.4 RPG 19.0 PPG 5.5 RPG 15.0 PPG 5.7 RPG 13.3 PPG 5.4 RPG 16.5 PPG 6.4 RPG 15.0 PPG 6.2 RPG 10.7 PPG 8.2 RPG 21.1 PPG 11.5 RPG 24.4 PPG 11.5 RPG 16.6 PPG 6.7 RPG 17.1 PPG 6.6 RPG

YEAR

1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

PLAYER AVERAGE Orsi Farkas Orsi Farkas Anna Matthias Anna Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Maren Matthias Lindsay Adams Lindsay Adams Danielle Clark Ray Williams Danielle Clark Danielle Clark Amy Simpson Candace Williams Candace Williams Candace Williams Candace Williams Candace Williams

14.9 PPG 7.6 RPG 12.4 PPG 6.3 RPG 11.5 PPG 7.8 RPG 17.5 PPG 9.6 RPG 15.9 PPG 7.8 RPG 11.3 PPG 4.7 RPG 15.1 PPG 6.7 RPG 14.0 PPG 5.8 RPG 11.3 PPG 6.7 RPG 16.1 PPG 8.1 RPG 12.8 PPG 7.0 RPG

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL ALL-time awards GTE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Kris Kinney- 1989

Sheila Danker - 1997 Orsi Farkas - 2000

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

Denise Beliveau - 2008 Kris Kinney - 1986 Laura Seiden - 1990

Kris Kinney - 1989 NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST FIRST TEAM

Danielle Clark - 2007 Anne Colton - 1995 Sheila Danker - 1997 Orsi Farkas - 1999

Kelly Butterfield - 1985 Kendall Daly - 1993 Sheila Danker - 1996, 1997 Orsi Farkas - 1999, 2000 Maren Matthias - 2003 Kris Kinney - 1987, 1988 Karen Pinkos - 1988

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP

Sheila Danker - 1997 Orsi Farkas - 2000

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST SECOND TEAM

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL

Pam Brandell - 1997 Candace Williams - 2009, 2010 Kathy Caldwell - 1996 Danielle Clark - 2006, 2007 Julie Donlon - 1990 Deb Dorsch - 1990 Orsi Farkas - 1998 Maren Matthias - 2002, 2004 Laura Seiden - 1990, 1991, 1992

North Atlantic Conference Pam Brandell - 1995, 97 Kathy Caldwell - 1994, 96, 97 Anne Colton - 1993, 94, 95, 96 Cheryl Cote - 1992, 93 Kendall Daly - 1992, 93 Sheila Danker -1994, 95, 96, 97 Teya Eaton - 1995 Shelley Fitz - 1990 Jen Friel - 1994, 95, 96, 97 Julie Gagne - 1991, 93, 94 Carrie Kimball - 1994, 95, 96 Molly Kirchner - 1995 Meaghan Lane - 1991, 93 Jenny Matheson - 1994, 95 Karyn McCoy - 1993 Deb Russell - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Steph Schubert - 1996, 97, 98 Laura Seiden - 1990, 91, 92, 93 Bridget White - 1994, 95, 96, 97

SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST THIRD TEAM

Lindsay Adams - 2005 Aubrey Danen - 2002, 2003 Kim Kassik - 1998 Kelly Karl - 1998 Anna Matthias - 2001 Heidi Plencner - 2002 SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

Denise Beliveau - 2008 Pam Brandell - 1994 Aubrey Danen - 1999 Kelly Karl - 1995 Carrie Kimball - 1993 Geneva Livingston - 2002 Kiki Proctor - 1999 Laura Seiden - 1990 Amy Simpson - 2007 Ray Williams - 2004

America East Lindsay Adams - 2002, 03, 04, 05 Jan Beal - 1997, 98 Denise Beliveau - 2008, 2009, 2010 Sarah Bushey - 1998, 2000, 01 Emily Caschera - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Heather Champion - 1998 Danielle Clark - 2004, 05, 06, 07 Aubrey Danen - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Kate Dillon - 2004, 05 Adriane Domanski - 1998, 99 Kate Early - 2008, 2009, 2010 Orsi Farkas - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Racheal Fowler - 2010 Jilliane Friel - 2010 Allison Godfrey - 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Chrissy Hall - 2010 Taylore Jarvis - 2000, 01, 02, 03 Salee-Marie Johnson - 2005, 06 Kim Kassik - 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Abigail LaRosa - 2009, 2010 Geneva Livingston - 2003 Anna Matthias - 1999, 01, 02 Maren Matthias - 2001, 02, 03 Jill McDonald - 2008, 2010 Colleen Mullen - 2001, 02 Heidi Plencner - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Kiki Proctor - 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Sarah Rappoport - 2001, 03, 04 Amy Simpson - 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Zita Torok - 2000 Candace Williams - 2008, 2009, 2010 Ebony Woods - 2005

KODAK DISTRICT I ALL-AMERICA PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS

Corinne Gulas - 1984 Kris Kinney - 1988, 1989 Theresa Redmond - 1983 Kathy Sanborn - 1979

Candace Williams -Leipzig Eagles - Germany (2010-present) Aubrey Danen - Umea Comets - Sweden (2003-04) Orsi Farkas - Hungary (2000-2001) Sheila Danker - Switzerland (1997-98) Jean Giarrusso - New Jersey Gems (1977) Corinne Gulas - New Jersey Gems (1984) Kelly Karl - Chicago Condors - ABL (1998-99) Kris Kinney - Kfum Soder - Sweden (1989-91) Karen Pinkos - B.G. Dorsten - Germany (1991)

AMERICAN WOMEN’S SPORTS FOUNDATION ALL-AMERICA

Kris Kinney - 1989 SEABOARD/NORTH ATLANTIC/AMERICA EAST COACH OF THE YEAR

Kathy Sanborn - 1989, 1994, 1997 CONVERSE DISTRICT I COACH OF THE YEAR

Cecelia DeMarco - 1983

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL

LAST WIN BY TEAM RECORD STREAK UNH OPPONENT Air Force 1-0 W1 Akron 1-1 L1 Albany 13-7 L1 Arkansas 0-1 L1 Arkansas State 0-2 L2 Army 0-2 L2 Auburn 0-1 L1 Ball State 0-1 L1 Baylor 1-0 W1 Bentley 1-0 W1 Binghamton 5-14 L7 Bishop’s 3-0 W3 Boston College 8-13 L6 Boston Univ. 29-33 L6 Bridgewater State 2-2 W2 Brooklyn 9-1 W9 Brown 10-6 L2 Bryant 0-1 L1 Bucknell 1-0 W1 California-Berkeley 0-1 L1 Canisius 1-2 L2 Central Conn. 12-6 L1 Central Florida 0-2 L2 Central Michigan 0-1 L1 Cheyney State 0-1 L1 Cleveland State 2-0 W2 Colby 1-0 W1 Colgate 6-3 W4 Concordia 1-0 W1 Connecticut 9-4 W1 Cornell 2-0 W2 Cortland State 1-0 W1 Dartmouth 16-15 L5 Davidson 1-0 W1 Delaware 12-10 L3 DePaul 1-0 W1 Detroit 0-2 L2 Drexel 18-5 L1 Duke 0-1 L1 East Carolina 1-0 W1 East Tennessee St. 1-0 W1 E. Washington 1-1 L1 Fairfield 2-10 L9 Florida 0-1 L1 Fla. International 0-2 L2 Fordham 4-1 L1 Georgetown 0-2 L2 George Mason 0-1 L1 George Washington 0-1 L1 Georgia State 2-0 W2 Georgia Tech 0-1 L1 Hartford 26-28 L16 Harvard 17-7 W1 Hofstra 13-2 W1 Holy Cross 7-12 W1 Illinois State 0-1 L1 Iona 4-4 L1 Iowa State 1-1 L1 Jackson State 0-1 L1 James Madison 0-1 L1 Kansas State 0-2 L2 Keene State 4-1 W1 Lafayette 0-0 --- Laval 1-1 W1 Lehigh 1-0 W1 Liberty 0-1 L1 Long Island 1-1 L1 Louisville 0-2 L2 Maine-Gorham 3-0 W3 Maine 22-44 W1

11/29/96 (79-60) 12/8/90 (79-67) 1/22/10 (87-77) –––– –––– ------ –––– –––– 12/29/88 (65-62) 12/17/78 (74-64) 1/17/07 (58-55) 12/16/82 (69-48) 12/17/95 (67-64) 2/24/07 (71-66) 2/13/79 (95-47) 2/18/89 (70-41) 11/17/00 (67-57) ------ 12/28/83 (75-41) –––– 1/6/94 (74-61) 10/13/07 (71-72) –––– –––– –––– 1/3/88 (73-64) 2/6/79 (86-36) 12/5/08 (89-61) 1/21/84 (91-45) 12/3/87 (61-47) 11/26/05 (79-57) 2/16/80 (80-64) 11/19/04 (75-73) 1/3/93 (91-53) 1/29/00 (75-68) 12/28/81 (61-59) –––– 1/20/01 (78-73) –––– 12/6/81 (65-61) 1/4/90 (73-61) 12/3/83 (97-73) 1/23/81 (73-63) –––– –––– 12/29/83 (66-60) –––– –––– –––– 11/29/97 (68-56) –––– 3/5/03 (60-50) 11/24/09 (78-65) 2/18/01 (76-64) 12/20/10 (80-72) –––– 11/26/06 (72-61) 12/29/91 (57-53) –––– –––– –––– 2/1/78 (72-55) ------- 1/9/80 (58-45) 12/30/05 (66-58) –––– 12/16/78 (82-51) ------ 1/27/78 (64-39) 3/4/10 (65-50)

LAST WIN BY TEAM RECORD STREAK UNH OPPONENT

Maine-Presque Isle 1-0 W1 Manhattan 2-2 W1 Marist 3-3 W1 Marshall 1-0 W1 Maryland 0-2 L2 UMBC 7-7 L1 Massachusetts 13-16 W1 UMass-Lowell 1-0 W1 Memphis State 0-1 L1 Miami (Fla.) 0-1 L1 Miami (Ohio) 0-1 L1 Michigan 0-2 L2 Monmouth 1-0 W1 Montana State 0-1 L1 Montclair State 0-1 L1 Morehead State 1-1 L1 Morgan State 1-0 W1 Navy 1-0 W1 New Orleans 0-2 L2 NC State 0-2 L2 Northeastern 33-26 W1 Notre Dame 0-0 --- Oklahoma 0-1 L1 Old Dominion 0-1 L1 Penn State 0-1 L1 Plymouth State 4-0 W4 Princeton 1-1 W1 Providence 2-10 L2 Queens 0-1 L1 Quinnipiac 0-3 L3 Rhode Island 15-9 L1 Rider 2-0 W2 Rutgers 0-1 L1 Sacred Heart 1-1 L1 St. Bonaventure 1-1 L1 St. Francis (N.Y.) 2-0 W2 St. John’s 1-4 L1 St. Joseph’s 1-1 W1 St. Peter’s 1-3 L3 Seton Hall 2-2 L2 Siena 3-3 L2 South Carolina 0-1 L1 So. Connecticut 1-3 L1 South Florida 0-2 L2 Southern Maine 7-0 W7 SMU 1-0 W1 Springfield 1-1 W1 Stetson 1-0 W1 Stony Brook 13-7 W1 Syracuse 3-4 L1 Temple 1-1 W1 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 W1 Tennessee State 1-0 W1 Tennessee Tech 0-1 L1 Towson 10-3 W1 Vermont 28-38 L11 Villanova 0-1 L1 Virginia 1-0 W1 Wagner 5-0 W5 Waterloo 1-0 W1 West Point 2-1 W2 William & Mary 1-0 W1 Winston-Salem 1-0 W1 UW-Milwaukee 3-0 W3 Worcester State 1-1 W1 Xavier 0-1 L1 Yale 9-1 L1

–––– 11/28/97 (64-59) 2/21/10 (64-62) 1/4/95 (75-41) 3/9/99 (78-65) 12/4/07 (69-61) 1/2/91 (77-44) 12/29/85 (73-57) –––– –––– 2/25/10 (78-61) –––– 12/9/08 (85-43) 2/28/10 (79-65) 2/4/77 (62-54) 76-77 (70-55) 12/6/03 (77-62) 11/14/09 (69-66) –––– 12/27/83 (74-65) 12/28/09 (42-40) 12/10/09 (60-48) 1/3/90 (80-63) 12/28/08 12/15/84 (59-56) –––– –––– 1/3/04 (74-64) –––– 2/14/87 (77-53) –––– –––– 1/19/10 (49-48) –––– 1/27/01 (79-59) –––– 12/28/06 (54-50) 2/16/01 (89-69) 12/1/89 (82-47) –––– –––– 12/2/89 (62-58) 12/29/02 (74-69) 12/28/91 (75-67) 1/3/95 (86-53) 1/5/90 (72-71) 11/29/03 (61-60) 12/29/00 (87-54) 12/6/85 (69-45) –––– 12/2/95 (90-72) 3/5/10 (68-35) 12/3/08 (81-58) 1/18/01 (58-49) 11/21/00 (87-60) 1/28/83 (83-74) 12/12/07 (92-79) 1/3/94 (62-53) 12/30/84 (70-48) 1/4/88 (87-60) 12/3/04 (84-50) 2/1/77 (59-57) -----11/17/79 (61-59) -----12/7/03 (87-64) 11/28/08 (74-60) 12/22/09 (76-67) –––– 2/16/10 (69-61)

1/15/77 (91-47) 11/22/02 (47-43) 11/22/05(62-48) 12/6/91 (62-61) –––– 1/16/10 (77-67) 11/20/09 (58-57) 12/8/77 (93-35) –––– –––– –––– –––– 1/5/92 (76-61) –––– –––– 12/7/91 (56-51) 11/16/01 (67-39) 11/25/98 (68-64) –––– –––– 12/14/08 (70-62) ------- –––– –––– –––– 2/20/79 (74-33) 12/4/99 (74-61) 12/28/04 (62-52) –––– –––– 1/7/93 (88-69) 12/3/93 (66-61) –––– 12/29/01 (75-45) 11/25/03 (86-85) 12/28/03 (63-47) 1/19/83 (78-67) 11/13/09 (64-56) 12/3/94 (52-51) 11/24/84 (55-53) 11/28/99 (76-60) –––– 2/23/80 (80-65) –––– 11/17/84 (73-58) 12/30/03 (63-62) 1/24/79 (72-62) 12/31/90 (74-55) 2/3/10 (76-71) 12/6/86 (72-62) 1/2/94 (67-56) 11/18/07 (71-59) 12/4/04 (66-42) –––– 12/29/05 (70-69) 1/28/06 (70-62) –––– 12/27/81 (63-62) 11/17/06 (80-70) 11/16/79 (78-41) 12/29/93 (47-44) 12/31/88 (63-49) 12/29/06 (63-55) 12/11/03 (59-46) 1/29/77 (76-73) ------ 11/19/05 (75-59)

–––– 11/27/01 (70-54) 11/29/04 (52-34) –––– 11/16/09 (63-43) 2/13/10 (54-40) 11/19/08 (67-51) –––– 1/29/83 (77-75) 12/28/00 (70-61) 12/3/99 (67-57) 11/23/01 (81-61) –––– 12/30/96 (94-70) 12/5/81 (55-52) 12/29/08 (76-43) –––– –––– 12/2/83 (91-67) 12/21/99 (70-44) 12/15/07 (78-71) -----1/2/85 (73-42) 12/10/83 (87-64) 12/8/84 (98-57) –––– 12/2/94 (62-61) 12/28/07 (73-41) 2/3/79 (92-69) 11/29/09 (68-54) 11/28/93 (61-31) –––– 12/20/83 (82-69) 1/5/03 (64-57) 1/1/05 (54-37) –––– 12/7/83 (78-60) 12/27/85 (73-40) 12/5/09 (66-47) 12/3/09 (54-45) 12/1/01 (78-65) 12/30/97 (75-70) 2/21/81 (76-60) 11/17/07 (72-56) –––– –––– 1/24/78 (68-56) –––– 1/6/10 (69-57) 12/30/09 (58-48) 2/24/85 (66-60) ------------12/7/90 (79-67) 1/25/01 (64-63) 1/31/10 (78-64) 12/29/82 (68-65) –––– –––– –––– 2/13/82 (75-62) –––– -----–––– 75-76 (62-55) 1/2/09 (62-36) 11/29/08 (76-55)

Bold indicates 2010-11 opponent

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 1975-76 (3-5)

Maine-Gorham W Worcester State L Central Connecticut L Maine L Keene State W Bridgewater State L Massachusetts L Plymouth State W Head Coach: Joyce Mills Captains: Nina Bailiargeon, Clare Pyne

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

64-60 55-62 66-70 58-68 64-56 65-88 60-82 96-55

1976-77 (6-10)

Maine-Gorham W 89-58 Maine L 58-61 Maine-Presque Isle W 91-47 Boston College W 71-36 Worcester State W 76-73 Keene State W 60-51 Bridgewater State L 54-62 Vermont L 55-72 Massachusetts L 63-80 Providence L 54-67 Plymouth State W 100-61 Northeastern L 63-66 Rhode Island L 61-75 Keene State L 57-59 Massachusetts • L 44-88 Brooklyn • L 55-70 Head Coach: Joyce Mills Captain: Jean-Marie Giarrusso •EAIAW Division IA Tournament (at Storrs, Conn.)

1977-78 (14-5)

12/2 Massachusetts L 53-49 12/8 Mass.-Lowell W 93-35 12/16 @ Maine L 72-69 1/21 @ Boston University W 56-45 1/24 @ Springfield L 68-56 1/27 Maine-Gorham W 64-39 1/30 @ Bridgewater State W 82-59 2/1 Keene State W 74-55 2/4 Northeastern W 60-38 2/10 Vermont W 88-56 2/14 Harvard W 61-46 2/16 @ Providence L 60-59 2/18 @ Boston College W 79-39 2/19 Connecticut W 76-59 2/22 @ Plymouth State W 99-65 2/25 @ Rhode Island W 68-47 2/28 @ Keene State W 72-55 3/3 Rhode Island • W 61-48 3/4 @ Southern Connecticut • L 76-54 Head Coach: Cecilia DeMarco •EAIAW Regional Tournament (at New Haven, Conn.)

1978-79 (13-7)

12/5 @ Harvard W 62-59 12/14 Maine W 92-87 12/16 Long Island ! W 82-51 12/17 @ Bentley ! W 74-64 1/10 @ Central Connecticut W 83-59 1/17 @ Northeastern W 75-61 1/20 Boston University L 80-57 1/24 Springfield W 72-62 1/27 @ Vermont W 63-61 1/31 @ Southern Maine W 86-36 2/3 @ Queens L 92-69 2/6 @ Colby W 86-36 2/10 Providence L 76-62 2/13 Bridgewater State W 95-47 2/15 Rhode Island L 72-64 2/17 @ Massachusetts L 96-76 2/20 Plymouth State W 74-33 2/22 @ Connecticut L 66-58 2/23 @ Southern Connecticut L 82-51 2/27 Dartmouth W 67-56 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captain: Kathy Sanborn ! - Bentley Christmas Invitational (at Waltham, Mass.) 11/16 11/17 12/1 12/4 12/11 12/14 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/27 1/31 2/8 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/17 2/19 2/23 2/29

1979-80 (15-7) W

Waterloo @ Laval Vermont Harvard @ St. John’s @ Maine Laval Central Connecticut Northeastern @ Boston University Massachusetts @ Dartmouth ! Vermont ! Southern Maine @ Rhode Island @ Providence @ Fairfield Cortland State # Rhode Island # Connecticut Southern Connecticut @ Boston University •

L W W L W W W W L W L W W L L W W W W W L

78-41 61-59 82-39 66-48 74-64 95-81 58-45 75-67 82-60 61-50 76-61 77-55 78-42 97-46 60-59 60-48 87-57 80-64 79-74 92-62 80-65 45-69

Head Coach: Cecilia DeMarco Captain: Karen Bolton ! - Dartmouth Tournament (at Hanover, N.H.) # - Vermont Women’s Invitational (at Burlington, Vt.) • EAIAW Championship (at Boston, Mass.)

1980-81 (13-9) 11/29 @ Connecticut ! W

11/30 Rhode Island ! W(ot) 12/2 @ Boston College W 12/4 @ Fordham W 12/6 @ Vermont W 12/12 Maine W 12/13 @ Harvard W 1/7 St. John’s L 1/9 @ Central Connecticut W 1/14 @ Northeastern L 1/17 @ Yale W 1/19 @ Massachusetts L 1/23 Fairfield W 1/26 @ Southern Maine W 1/30 Bishop’s W 2/5 Rhode Island L 2/11 Providence L 2/14 @ Syracuse L 2/18 Boston University L 2/18 @ Connecticut L 2/21 @ Southern Connecticut L 2/24 Dartmouth W Head Coach: Cecilia DeMarco Captains: Donna Couture, Patty Foster ! - New England Tip-Off (at Storrs, Conn.)

61-58 86-84 53-50 67-41 73-40 83-61 66-59 66-58 84-79 60-49 72-62 75-71 73-63 68-53 75-71 81-79 69-63 58-54 63-48 65-55 76-60 76-59

1981-82 (18-8)

Massachusetts! W 63-50 Rhode Island ! W 75-54 12/2 Boston College W 63-46 12/5 @ Montclair State $ L 55-52 12/6 East Carolina $ W 65-61 12/11 @ Maine W 83-51 @ Southern Maine W 64-38 12/17 Bishop’s W 78-67 12/27 Virginia # W 63-62 12/28 DePaul # W 61-59 12/29 Detroit # L 67-65 1/6 Connecticut W 62-42 1/10 Fordham W 63-46 1/13 Northeastern W 66-49 1/16 @ St. John’s L 79-64 1/20 Massachusetts W 70-46 1/26 Vermont W 84-42 1/30 Syracuse L(ot) 84-82 2/2 Yale W 75-62 2/4 @ Rhode Island W 71-66 2/6 Central Connecticut W 83-53 2/10 Providence L 71-56 2/13 @ West Point L 75-62 2/14 @ Fairfield L 72-62 2/23 @ Dartmouth W 82-63 2/25 @ Boston University L 82-77 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captains: Kathy Ladd, Jackie MacMullan, Martha Morrison ! - New England Tip-Off $ - Dial Classic (at Montclair, N.J.) # - Queens College Holiday Tourney (at Flushing, N.Y.)

1982-83 (23-7)

11/20 West Point W 72-52 11/27 Connecticut ! W 89-63 11/28 @ Rhode Island ! W 79-69 12/1 @ Boston College W(ot) 69-64 12/4 @ Massachusetts W 82-68 12/11 Maine W 91-68 12/13 Southern Maine W 76-44 12/16 Bishop’s W 69-48 12/28 Villanova $ L 68-65 12/29 New Orleans $ L 79-67 12/30 Seton Hall $ W 81-60 1/5 @ Connecticut W 76-65 1/8 @ Central Connecticut W 90-70 1/11 @ Northeastern L 55-54 1/14 @ Syracuse # W 77-66 1/15 Maryland # L 74-72 1/19 St. John’s W 78-67 1/25 @ Yale W 75-56 1/28 Illinois State % L 83-74 1/29 Memphis State % L 77-75 2/1 @ Vermont W 84-62 2/3 Rhode Island W 92-72 2/9 Providence W 69-62 2/15 Holy Cross W 69-57 2/17 @ Fordham W 73-61 2/22 Dartmouth W 74-56 2/24 Boston University W 76-74 2/27 Fairfield L 85-71 3/11 Holy Cross • W 69-55 3/12 Manhattan • W 79-61 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captain: Theresa Redmond ! - New England Tip-Off (at Kingston, R.I.) $ - LaSalle Lady Michelob Classic (at Philadelphia, Pa.) # - Orange Plus Classic (at Syracuse, N.Y.) % - Optimist-ODU Classic (at Norfolk, Va.)

• ECAC Tournament (at Durham, N.H.)

1983-84 (20-8) 11/19 Southern Maine W

90-37 11/26 Rhode Island ! W 82-78 11/27 Connecticut ! W 76-68 11/30 Boston College W 65-45 12/2 New Orleans $ L 91-67 12/3 Eastern Washington $ W 97-73 12/7 @ St. John’s L 78-60 12/10 @ Old Dominion L 87-64 12/20 @ Rutgers L 82-69 12/21 @ Holy Cross W 68-62 12/27 Cal-Berkley # L 74-65 12/28 Bucknell # W 75-41 12/29 Fordham # W 66-60 1/14 Boston University W 55-42 1/21 @ Concordia W 91-45 1/24 @ Providence L 80-73 1/27 Yale W 79-51 1/29 Massachusetts W 72-40 2/1 @ Rhode Island L 66-58 2/4 @ Dartmouth W 79-63 2/6 @ Fairfield L 74-64 2/9 Syracuse W 64-60 2/13 @ Maine W 83-65 2/16 Northeastern W 53-42 2/21 Connecticut W 72-54 2/23 Vermont W 84-52 2/29 @ Harvard W 73-46 3/2 Northeastern • W 74-64 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captains: Corinne Gulas, Gail Jackson ! - New England Tip-Off (at Amherst, Mass.) $ - Lady Ute Classic (at Salt Lake City, Utah) # - Queens College Holiday Tourney (at Flushing, N.Y.) •ECAC Championship (at Durham, N.H.)

1984-85 (11-16, 4-1)

11/17 @ Southern Maine W 73-58 11/24 Seton Hall ! W 55-53 11/25 @ Dartmouth ! L 61-56 11/28 @Boston College L 80-57 12/1 @Syracuse L 79-54 12/5 Rhode Island L 55-46 12/8 Penn State $ L 98-57 12/9 Delaware $ L 65-55 12/15 Cheyney State L 59-56 12/30 Jackson State # L 70-48 12/31 Cleveland State # W 76-67 1/2 Oklahoma # L 73-42 1/13 Siena W 76-59 1/17 Holy Cross W 71-64 1/24 @ Massachusetts L 69-57 1/29 Dartmouth W 61-57 1/31 @ Northeastern* L 56-30 2/3 Fairfield L 59-57 2/6 Boston University* W 70-56 2/8 Brooklyn* W 67-43 2/12 Harvard W 63-59 2/16 @ Connecticut L 66-48 2/20 Maine* W 65-55 2/24 Temple L 66-60 2/26 @ Vermont* W 49-43 3/2 Maine • L 62-59 3/3 Boston University • L 62-39 Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captain: Kelly Butterfield * - Seaboard Conference ! - Dartmouth Invitational (at Hanover, N.H.) $ - Providence Invitational (at Providence, R.I.) # - Miami Classic (at Miami, Fla.) • Seaboard Conf. Playoffs (at Boston, Mass.)

1985-86 (9-19,L 8-4)68-62 11/23 @ Brown

11/26 Boston College L 12/4 @ Rhode Island L 12/6 George Washington ! L 12/7 Marist ! L 12/11 @ Vermont* W 12/14 Massachusetts L 12/27 St. Joseph’s $ L 12/28 Georgia State $ W 12/29 Ball State $ L 1/8 @ Fairfield L 1/9 @ Brooklyn* W 1/12 Iona L 1/15 @ Boston University* L 1/25 @ Dartmouth L 1/29 @Hartford* W 2/1 Brooklyn* W 2/4 @ Northeastern* L 2/7 Boston University* L 2/10 @ Harvard L 2/12 Maine* W 2/15 @ Siena L 2/18 Hartford* W 2/21 Vermont* W 2/24 @ Maine* W 2/26 Northeastern* L 2/28 @ Northeastern • L 3/2 Maine • L Head Coach: Cecelia DeMarco Captains: Denise Darling, Terri Mulliken

65-46 75-61 69-45 67-60 84-74 70-50 73-40 64-58 73-57 68-58 68-65 67-58 61-42 62-51 52-45 79-63 76-54 83-76 68-54 56-50 67-63 68-53 69-64 64-55 58-38 64-46 53-50

* - Seaboard Conference ! - Gold Cup Tournament (at Storrs, Conn.) $ - LaSalle Tournament (at Philadelphia, Pa.) • Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at Boston, Mass.)

1986-87 (14-12, 9-5)

11/29 @ Boston College L 93-47 12/2 Rhode Island W 75-44 12/6 Syracuse W 72-62 12/10 Fairfield L 55-42 12/13 @ Massachusetts L 67-53 12/28 Manhattan ! L 57-47 12/29 @ Wagner ! W 65-53 1/6 Vermont* W 80-65 1/8 @ Brooklyn* W 79-49 1/13 @ Boston University* L 63-44 1/17 @ Hartford* W 66-60 1/18 @ Iona L 86-79 1/21 Northeastern* W 64-62 1/23 Dartmouth W 60-44 1/25 @ Central Connecticut* W 71-64 1/28 Maine* W 61-52 1/31 Brooklyn* W 67-46 2/4 @ Northeastern* L 70-50 2/6 Boston University* L(ot) 89-84 2/8 Central Connecticut* W 93-75 2/11 @ Maine* L 82-67 2/14 @ Connecticut L 77-53 2/16 Harvard W 77-66 2/18 Hartford* W 70-57 2/21 @ Vermont* L 77-56 3/4 @ Northeastern • L 53-43 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos * - Seaboard Conference ! - Wagner Christmas Tournament (at Staten Island, N.Y.) • - Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at higher seed)

1987-88 (19-8, 11-3)

12/1 @ Rhode Island W 77-70 12/3 Connecticut W 61-47 12/10 Boston College W 61-47 12/12 Massachusetts W(ot) 69-63 12/30 Brown W 80-45 1/2 @ Florida International ! L 57-56 1/3 Cleveland State ! W 73-64 1/4 James Madison ! L 87-60 1/9 @ Holy Cross L 83-67 1/13 @ Central Connecticut* W 83-66 1/12 @ Fairfield L 79-63 1/16 @ Vermont* W 72-61 1/20 Boston University* L 63-57 1/23 Hartford* W 69-57 1/25 Brooklyn* W 60-32 1/27 @ Dartmouth W 70-47 1/30 @ Northeastern* W 67-63 2/1 @ Harvard W 68-60 2/3 @ Maine* L 64-63 2/6 Central Connecticut* W 71-53 2/10 Vermont* W 70-56 2/13 @ Boston University* W 62-56 2/17 @ Hartford* L 69-63 2/20 @ Brooklyn* W 73-48 2/24 Northeastern* W 70-50 2/27 Maine* W 60-56 3/2 @ Maine • L 82-76 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Melissa Pfefferle, Karen Pinkos * - Seaboard Conference ! - Sun & Fun Classic (at Miami, Fla.) • - Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at higher seed)

1988-89 (16-11, 10-4)

11/29 Rhode Island W 63-55 12/2 @ Fairfield ! L 75-58 12/3 Wagner ! W 68-66 12/7 @ Boston College L 70-58 12/10 @ Massachusetts L 72-71 12/29 Baylor $ W 65-62 12/30 @ Central Florida $ L 86-75 12/31 William & Mary $ W 63-49 1/5 @ Brown W(ot) 73-72 1/7 Holy Cross L(2ot) 83-80 1/11 Central Connecticut* L 69-64 1/14 Vermont* W 75-52 1/18 @ Boston University* W 64-62 1/21 @ Hartford* W(ot) 77-73 1/23 @ Brooklyn* W 76-50 1/26 Dartmouth L 68-51 1/28 Northeastern* W 63-62 1/30 Harvard W 71-61 2/1 Maine* L 65-61 2/4 @ Central Connecticut* W 65-63 2/8 @ Vermont* W 71-64 2/11 Boston University* W 58-55 2/15 Hartford* W 83-59 2/18 Brooklyn* W 70-41 2/22 @ Northeastern* L 67-63 2/25 @ Maine* L 69-60 3/1 Boston University • L 73-65 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Carolyn Keavney, Kris Kinney * - Seaboard Conference ! - Warner Classic (at Fairfield, Conn.) $ - UCF Tournament (at Orlando, Fla.) • Seaboard Conf. Tournament (at higher seed)

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 1989-90 (11-16, 7-5)

1992-93 (18-8, 10-4)

11/26 Holy Cross L 80-62 11/28 @ Rhode Island W 67-56 12/1 Duke ! L 82-47 12/2 Eastern Washington ! L 62-58 12/6 Boston College L 66-58 12/9 Massachusetts W 66-60 1/3 @ Central Florida $ L 80-63 1/4 East Tennessee State $ W 73-61 1/5 Fordham $ L 72-71 1/11 Fairfield L 69-65 1/13 Northeastern* W 61-51 1/17 @ Hartford* W 50-42 1/20 Vermont* W 69-58 1/22 @ Colgate* L 72-61 1/25 @ Dartmouth L 77-76 1/27 @ Boston University* L 67-58 1/29 @ Harvard W 70-66 1/31 @ Northeastern* W 63-50 2/3 Central Connecticut L 82-56 2/7 Maine* L 70-49 2/10 Hartford* W 57-55 2/14 @ Maine* L 72-54 2/17 @ Vermont* W 59-52 2/21 @ Central Connecticut L 84-54 2/28 Boston University* L 55-53 3/2 Colgate W 87-64 3/8 Northeastern • L 50-44 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Deb Dorsch, Shelley Fitz, Rita McCarroll * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Dial Classic (at Durham, N.C.) $ - Central Florida Holiday Classic (at Orlando, Fla.) • - NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

12/1 @ Holy Cross L 73-71 12/4 Marist ! W 76-40 12/5 Iona ! L 83-62 12/9 Massachusetts W 71-49 12/12 Dartmouth W 67-47 1/2 Kansas State $ L 69-60 1/3 Davidson $ W 91-53 1/7 Rhode Island W 88-69 1/12 Brown W 67-59 1/15 Delaware* W 89-63 1/17 Drexel* W 64-54 1/21 @ Hartford* W(ot) 82-79 1/23 Vermont* L 75-70 1/28 @ Northeastern* W 64-62 1/30 Boston University* W 66-55 2/2 Harvard W 87-84 2/7 @ Maine* W 68-63 2/11 @ Boston University* W 62-59 2/13 Northeastern* L 67-58 2/18 @ Vermont* L 70-55 2/20 Hartford* W 81-63 2/26 @ Drexel* W 73-59 2/28 @ Delaware* L(ot) 73-67 3/3 @ Central Connecticut W 76-60 3/6 Maine* W 58-38 3/9 Maine • L 55-59 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kendall Daly, Deb Russell, Laura Seiden * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Iona Classic (at New Rochelle, N.Y.) $ - Holiday Inn Basketball Beach Blast (at Wilmington, N.C.) • - NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

11/25 @Holy Cross L 93-65 11/28 @ Brown L 78-73 12/1 @ Massachusetts W 75-54 12/5 Rhode Island L 59-56 12/7 @ Tennessee Tech ! L 96-68 12/8 Akron ! W 79-67 12/12 @ Boston College L 104-76 12/29 @ South Florida L 95-69 12/31 @ Stetson $ W 74-55 1/2 Auburn $ L 77-44 1/5 Maine* L 76-55 1/12 @ Vermont* L 65-62 1/16 @ Boston University* L 71-68 1/19 Northeastern* W 79-49 1/22 Dartmouth W 61-54 1/23 Yale W 66-55 1/26 Hartford* L 62-44 1/29 Harvard W 65-61 2/2 @ Maine* L 71-53 2/9 Colgate* L 82-69 2/13 Vermont L 74-65 2/16 Boston University* W 60-58 2/19 Rider W 87-83 2/23 @ Northeastern* W 58-32 2/28 Arkansas State L 70-65 3/2 @ Hartford* L(ot) 84-79 3/5 @ Hartford • L 55-53 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Jennifer Casey, Julie Donlon * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Holiday/Lite Classic (at Cookeville, Tn.) $ - Lady Hatter Classic (at DeLand, Fla.) • - NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

11/28 @ Rhode Island L 61-31 12/3 Rider ! W 66-61 12/4 Cornell ! W 79-57 12/8 @ Massachusetts L(ot) 69-67 12/29 Army $ W 47-44 12/30 @ Dartmouth $ L 46-42 1/2 Temple # W 67-56 1/3 Iowa State # L 62-53 1/6 Canisius W 74-61 1/11 @ Brown W 58-51 1/14 @ Delaware* W 59-54 1/16 @ Drexel* W 58-57 1/20 Hartford* W 59-57 1/22 @ Vermont* L 80-63 1/27 Northeastern* L 54-53 1/29 @ Boston University* W 69-68 2/1 @ Harvard W 85-71 2/5 Maine* L 64-60 2/10 Boston University* W 68-66 2/12 @ Northeastern* L 66-63 2/17 Vermont* L 81-66 2/19 @ Hartford* W 78-69 2/22 Holy Cross W 71-68 2/25 Drexel W 88-76 2/27 Delaware* W 84-70 3/2 @ Maine* L 72-64 3/6 Drexel • W 78-63 3/10 @ Vermont • L 50-70 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kerri Eaton, Marcie Lane * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Cornell/Sheraton Classic (at Ithaca, N.Y.) $ - Dartmouth Invitational (at Hanover, N.H.) # - UNC-Greensboro Tournament (at Greensboro, N.C.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1990-91 (10-17, 3-7)

1991-92 (18-8, 9-4)

11/26 Brown W 74-42 12/1 Holy Cross L 65-60 12/4 @ Rhode Island W 64-58 12/6 Marshall ! 0 62-61 12/7 Morehead State ! W 56-51 12/14 @ Dartmouth L 65-62 12/28 @ Florida $ L 75-67 12/29 Iowa State $ W 57-53 1/5 Monmouth W 76-61 1/11 @ Hartford* W 54-43 1/15 @ Yale W 72-60 1/17 @ Delaware* W 72-71 1/18 @ Drexel* W 69-61 1/23 Hartford* W 57-49 1/25 Vermont* L 85-63 1/28 @ Harvard W 80-69 1/30 Northeastern* W(2ot) 62-61 2/1 @ Boston University* W 68-53 2/8 Maine* L 65-55 2/13 Boston University* W 71-52 2/15 @ Northeastern* W 64-59 2/22 @ Vermont* L 79-60 2/28 Drexel* W 79-70 3/1 Delaware* L 61-60 3/10 Northeastern • W 66-49 3/13 Maine • L 74-65 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kendall Daly, Sue Ryan * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Lady Flames Classic (at Lynchburg, Va.) $ - Lady Gator Tournament (at Gainesville, Fla.) • - NAC Tournament (Quarterfinals at higher seed, semifinals and finals at Burlington, Vt.)

1993-94 (17-11, 8-6)

1994-95 (13-14, 10-6)

11/27 @ Holy Cross L 69-54 12/2 Princeton ! L 62-61 12/3 St. Peter’s ! W 52-51 12/10 Dartmouth L 64-63 12/30 @ Boston College L 56-53 1/2 Yale $ W 59-57 1/3 @ Florida International $ L 86-53 1/4 Arkansas $ L 75-41 1/7 @ Hofstra* W 64-59 1/11 Brown L 58-52 1/13 Delaware* L 67-60 1/15 Drexel* W 65-56 1/19 @Hartford* W 66-48 1/21 Vermont* W 67-59 1/26 @ Northeastern* L 63-43 1/28 Boston University* W 69-45 1/31 Harvard W 77-73 2/4 @ Maine* L 78-49 2/9 @ Boston University* L 86-66 2/11 Northeastern* W 64-56 2/16 @ Vermont* L 65-51 2/18 Hartford* W 71-68 2/21 Hofstra* W 72-47 2/24 @ Drexel* W 74-62 2/26 @ Delaware* W 75-70 3/1 Maine* L 92-77 3/5 Drexel • L 67-61 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Teya Eaton, Jenny Matteson, Sue McLaughlin * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Princeton Tournament (at Princeton, N.J.) $ - FIU Sun and Fun Classic (at Miami, Fla.) • - NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1995-96 (16-12, 12-6)

11/26 Holy Cross L 59-57 12/2 Georgia Tech ! L 90-72 12/3 Wagner ! W 79-67 12/7 @ Northeastern* W 63-48 12/10 Boston University* L 67-57 12/17 Boston College W 67-64 12/28 Wisconsin-Milwaukee $ W 74-59 12/29 @ Dartmouth $ L 72-59 1/2 @ Towson State* W 83-66 1/4 @ Delaware* W 85-61 1/9 @ Hartford* L 65-50 1/12 Drexel* W 79-62 1/14 Hofstra* W 65-49 1/16 @ Brown L 69-62 1/20 @ Maine* L 80-64 1/24 Vermont* W 63-60 1/28 Maine* L 71-56 1/30 @ Harvard L 81-79 2/2 @ Drexel* L 79-65 2/4 @ Hofstra* W 66-62 2/9 Towson State* W 71-63 2/11 Delaware* W 83-66 2/15 @ Vermont* L(2ot) 91-86 2/18 Hartford* W 66-58 2/22 Northeastern* W 77-58 2/25 @Boston University* W 85-60 3/3 Northeastern • W 66-52 3/5 Vermont • L(ot) 74-70 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Anne Colton, Bridget White * - North Atlantic Conference ! - Sheraton Big Apple Classic (at Riverdale, N.Y.) $ - Dartmouth Invitational (at Hanover, N.H.) • NAC Tournament (at higher seed)

1996-97 (18-10, 14-4)

11/23 @ Holy Cross L 80-62 11/29 Air Force ! W 79-60 11/30 @ Montana State L 94-70 12/5 @ Drexel* W 79-64 12/7 @ Hofstra* W 84-53 12/10 @ Boston College L 86-60 12/14 Harvard L 74-69 12/28 Colgate $ W 76-50 12/29 Massachusetts $ L 60-52 1/2 @ Boston University* W 63-53 1/4 Northeastern* W 61-45 1/7 Vermont* W 81-75 1/11 Maine* L 101-90 1/14 Brown W 94-79 1/16 @ Delaware* W 70-56 1/18 @ Towson State* W 88-67 1/21 Hartford* W 68-55 1/24 Hofstra* W 76-52 1/26 Drexel* L 66-65 1/30 @ Vermont* L 70-61 2/1 @ Hartford* W 70-63 2/9 @ Maine* L 81-70 2/13 Towson State* W 74-73 2/15 Delaware* W 70-50 2/21 @ Northeastern* W 70-59 2/23 Boston University* W 89-54 3/2 Hofstra• W 74-62 3/5 @Vermont• L 63-60 Head Coach: Kathy Sanborn Captains: Kathy Caldwell, Bridget White * - America East ! - Montana State Thanksgiving Classic (at Bozeman, Mont.) $ - Wagner Tournament (at Staten Island, N.Y.) • America East Tournament (at higher seed)

1997-98 (12-15,L 8-10) 11/22 Holy Cross 73-59

11/28 Akron ! L 64-59 11/29 Georgia State ! W 68-56 12/6 Hartford* L 68-67 12/11 @ Dartmouth W 59-46 12/13 @ Harvard L 71-55 12/29 @ St. Peter’s College $ L 73-60 12/30 South Carolina $ L 75-70 1/2 Northeastern* L 62-61 1/4 Boston University* W 59-46 1/8 @ Delaware* W 72-55 1/10 @ Towson* L 61-60 1/13 Vermont* L 70-56 1/17 Maine* L 75-61 1/20 @ Brown W 72-56 1/22 @ Hofstra* W 61-52 1/24 @ Drexel* W 66-58 2/1 @ Maine* W 75-65 2/3 @ Hartford* L 55-47 2/6 Delaware* W 77-70 2/8 Towson * W 77-60 2/12 @ Northeastern* L 76-73 2/14 @ Boston University* L 66-63 2/19 Hofstra * W 62-53 2/21 Drexel * W 68-56 2/26 @ Vermont* L 67-55 3/5 Northeastern • L 71-59 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captain: Steph Schubert * - America East ! - Coors Rocky Mountain Classic (at Ft. Collins, Col.) $ - Mr. Cookie Face Holiday Classic (at Jersey City,

N.J.) • America East Tournament (at Orono, Maine)

1998-99 (19-8, 13-5)

11/17 Brown W 73-60 11/21 @ Holy Cross W 78-77 11/25 @ Navy W 68-64 11/29 Dartmouth W 66-60 12/5 @ Vermont* W 68-60 12/8 @ Siena W 78-65 12/28 NC State ! L 66-57 12/29 Iona ! W 63-48 1/2 Boston University* W 73-49 1/5 Northeastern* L 64-53 1/9 @ Hofstra* W 67-54 1/11 @ Drexel* W 57-41 1/16 Maine* L 71-57 1/22 Towson* W 61-51 1/24 Delaware* L 80-68 1/27 @ Hartford* W 59-47 1/30 Hofstra* W 65-59 2/1 Drexel* W 75-61 2/4 @ Boston University* W 65-44 2/6 @ Northeastern* W (ot) 74-72 2/10 Hartford* W 68-56 2/14 @ Maine* L 83-58 2/18 @ Towson* W 72-63 2/20 @ Delaware* L 83-61 2/25 Vermont* W 69-57 3/4 Drexel • L 69-59 3/9 @ Arkansas State ∞ L 78-65 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey * - America East ! - First Union Hawk Classic (at Philadelphia, Pa.) • - America East Tournament ∞ WNIT Tournament

1999-2000 (13-15, 8-10)

11/19 Holy Cross L 86-67 11/24 @ Dartmouth L 64-52 11/28 Siena W 76-60 11/30 @ Massachusetts W (ot) 60-58 12/3 Miami (Ohio) ! L 67-57 12/4 Princeton ! W 74-61 12/9 Boston University* L (ot) 61-59 12/12 Northeastern* W 70-42 12/21 @ N.C. State L 70-44 12/29 Harvard W 70-58 1/2 @ Delaware* L 75-56 1/4 @ Towson* L 60-53 1/8 Vermont* W 78-69 1/15 Maine* L 74-71 1/18 @ Brown W 57-45 1/21 @ Hofstra* L 51-46 1/23 @ Drexel* W 76-54 1/27 Towson* W 66-59 1/29 Delaware* W 75-68 2/3 @ Vermont* L 63-51 2/5 @ Hartford* L 58-54 2/12 @ Maine* L 70-60 2/18 Drexel* W 56-52 2/20 Hofstra* W 52-37 2/24 @ Northeastern* L 56-52 2/26 @ Boston University* W 70-66 3/2 Hartford* L 56-54 3/9 Delaware • L 77-65 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Orsi Farkas, Allison Godfrey, Kim Kassik * - America East ! - Roger L. White Invitational (at Evanston, Ill.) • - America East Tournament (at Burlington, Vt.)

2000-01 (10-18, 8-10)

11/17 Brown W 67-57 11/21 @ Holy Cross L 87-60 11/25 Dartmouth W 81-58 11/28 @ Harvard L 54-45 12/1 @ Michigan L 81-49 12/4 @ Siena L 75-44 12/8 Delaware* L 71-55 12/10 Towson* W 74-54 12/13 Massachusetts L 56-39 12/28 @ Miami (Fla.) ! L 70-61 12/29 George Mason ! L 87-54 1/2 @ Northeastern* L 59-57 1/5 @ Hartford* L 67-63 1/8 @ Boston University* W 62-46 1/14 Maine* W 79-72 1/18 Hofstra* L 58-49 1/20 Drexel* W 78-73 1/25 @ Towson* L (ot) 64-63 1/27 @ Delaware* L 79-59 2/2 Vermont* L 71-52 2/4 Hartford* W 53-49 2/11 @ Maine* L 69-42 2/16 @ Drexel* L 89-69 2/18 @ Hofstra* W 76-64 2/22 Northeastern* W 69-66 2/24 Boston University* W 54-52 3/1 @ Vermont* L 70-60 3/8 @ Vermont• L 72-62 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Sarah Bushey, Kim Kassik * - America East ! - Gatorade Holiday Classic (at Coral Gables, Fla.) • - America East Tournament (at Burlington, Vt.)

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL 2001-02 (16-13, 9-7)

11/16 Morgan State ! W 67-39 11/17 @ Seton Hall ! L 71-61 11/20 Marist W 70-60 11/23 Michigan L 81-61 11/27 @ Manhattan L 70-54 12/1 Siena L 78-65 12/5 @ Iona W 63-46 12/8 @ Providence L (ot) 79-70 12/13 @ Massachusetts W 66-44 12/29 Sacred Heart W 75-45 1/2 @ Northeastern* L 73-64 1/6 Albany* W 72-56 1/10 @ Hartford* L 69-41 1/12 Vermont* W 73-55 1/15 @ Dartmouth W 75-52 1/19 @ Albany* W 50-42 1/23 Hartford* W 79-67 1/27 @ Maine* L 64-51 2/1 Stony Brook* W 72-39 2/3 Binghamton* L 62-56 2/6 @ Vermont* L 78-75 2/9 @ Boston University* W 56-49 2/12 @ Stony Brook* W 63-60 2/19 Maine* L 68-65 2/23 @ Binghamton* W 62-49 2/27 Northeastern* W 68-58 3/1 Boston University L (ot) 68-64 3/7 Binghamton • W 58-53 3/8 Stony Brook • L 65-54 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen, Kiki Proctor * - America East ! - Seton Hall Basketball Classic (at South Orange, N.J.) • - America East Tournament (at W. Hartford, Conn.)

2002-03 (13-16, 7-9)

11/22 Manhattan W 47-43 11/26 @Marist L 59-51 11/30 Dartmouth W 76-68 12/4 @Georgetown L 90-60 12/7 Massachusetts L 70-50 12/10 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 75-54 12/13 @Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 71-69 12/29 vs. Fairfield ! L 74-69 12/30 vs. Brown ! L 72-64 1/2 Iona W 48-38 1/5 @Sacred Heart L 64-57 1/9 @Maine* L 67-55 1/12 Albany* W 68-64 1/18 Northeastern* W 63-58 1/22 @Boston University* L 59-47 1/25 Binghamton* L 67-59 1/29 @Vermont* L 76-70 2/2 @Stony Brook* L 90-72 2/5 Maine* L 69-52 2/8 @Northeastern* L 78-61 2/12 @Hartford* W 56-53 2/15 @Albany* W 62-61 2/19 Vermont* L 71-43 2/26 Boston University* W 67-66 3/1 Stony Brook* W (ot) 70-67 3/5 Hartford* W 60-50 3/8 @Binghamton* L 70-68 3/13 vs. Stony Brook• W 70-57 3/14 vs. Maine• L 71-65 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Emily Caschera, Aubrey Danen, Colleen Mullen * - America East ! - Wildcat Christmas Classic (at Villanova, Pa.) • - America East Tournament (at W. Hartford, Conn.

2003-04 (11-18,W 6-12) 86-85

11/25 St. Bonaventure 11/29 Georgetown 12/3 @ Quinnipiac 12/6 @ Brown ! 12/7 vs. Liberty ! 12/11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 12/28 @ St. Francis (NY) 12/30 SMU 1/3 Colgate 1/7 Albany* 1/10 @ Stony Brook* 1/14 @Maine* 1/17 Binghamton* 1/21 @ UMBC* 1/24 Vermont* 1/27 Hartford* 1/31 Northeastern* 2/4 @ Boston University* 2/7 @ Albany* 2/11 Maine 2/14 @ Binghamton* 2/19 UMBC* 2/22 @ Vermont* 2/25 @ Hartford* 2/28 Stony Brook* 3/2 @ Northeastern* 3/5 Boston University* 3/10 vs. Stony Brook• 3/11 vs. Maine• Head Coach: Sue Johnson

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61-60 82-76 77-62 87-64 59-46 63-47 63-62 74-64 65-54 63-56 67-45 63-56 65-54 63-52 59-43 58-52 72-54 73-54 63-50 55-53 48-47 84-51 71-65 73-66 74-61 68-57 74-65 66-40

Captains: Maren Matthias, Sarah Rappoport * - America East ! - Brown Classic (at Providence, R.I.) • - America East Tournament (at W. Hartford, Conn.)

2004-05 (15-14, 10-8)

3/8 Albany+ L 64-61 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Danielle Clark, Whitney Edwards * - America East # - Lady Luck Classic (Plattsburgh, Va.) + - America East Play-In Game (Binghamton, N.Y.)

2005-06 (15-13, 7-9)

11/13 Central Connecticut W 71-59 11/17 @ USF# L 72-56 11/18 Tennessee-Martin# W 71-59 11/24 St. Peter’s L 60-49 11/27 @ Boston College L 77-52 12/1 Colgate W 75-70 12/4 Army L 69-61 12/8 Harvard L 59-53 12/12 @ Iona L 92-79 12/15 @ Northeastern L 78-71 12/28 @ Providence L 73-41 1/5 Albany* L 62-52 1/9 @ Dartmouth L 67-52 1/16 Hartford* L 71-56 1/19 @ Binghamton* L 82-74 1/23 @ Vermont* L 72-64 1/26 Boston University* L 77-75 1/30 Maine* W 70-55 2/2 @ UMBC* W 77-67 2/6 Stony Brook* W 64-55 2/10 @ Albany* L 67-50 2/16 @ Hartford* L 74-44 2/19 Vermont* L 61-54 2/23 UMBC* L 66-50 2/27 @ Boston University* L 66-39 3/1 Binghamton* L 59-47 3/5 @ Maine* W 66-58 3/8 @ Stony Brook* L 77-37 3/14 Vermont+ L 70-45 Head Coach: Kristin Cole Captains: Ashley Cerniglia, Danielle Flowers * - America East # - South Florida Classic (Tampa, Fla.) + - America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

11/19 Dartmouth W (ot) 75-73 11/22 Quinnipiac L 68-65 11/29 @ Marist L 52-34 12/3 @ Kansas State ! L 84-50 12/4 vs. Tennessee State ! W 66-42 12/8 Yale W 54-40 12/11 @ Boston College L 78-49 12/28 Providence W 62-52 1/1 @ St. Bonaventure L 54-37 1/5 Albany* W 53-43 1/8 Stony Brook* W 74-58 1/11 Maine* W 60-57 1/15 @ Binghamton* L 67-42 1/19 @ Vermont* L 65-57 1/22 @ Hartford* L 65-48 1/26 Boston University* L 67-63 1/29 @ UMBC* W 73-61 2/1 Northeastern* W 70-64 2/5 @ Albany* W 71-61 2/8 @ Maine* L 59-50 2/12 Binghamton* W 66-50 2/16 Hartford* L 61-60 2/19 Vermont* W 70-65 2/23 @ Northeastern* L 67-61 2/26 @ Stony Brook* W 74-58 3/3 UMBC* W 56-51 3/6 @ Boston University* L 77-67 3/10 vs. Albany+ W 68-48 3/11 at Hartford+ L 52-38 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Emily Hardy, Whitney Edwards * - America East ! - Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic (Manhattan, Kan.) • - America East Tournament (at W. Hartford, Conn.) 11/19 @ Yale W 75-59 11/22 Marist W 62-48 11/26 Cornell# W 75-72 11/27 Boston College# L 85-58 12/1 @ Wagner W 74-52 12/4 Massachusetts W 59-43 12/7 @ Colgate W 69-45 12/11 @ Northeastern L 52-47 12/29 Towson $ W (ot) 70-69 12/30 Lehigh $ W (ot) 66-58 1/4 UMBC* W 68-61 1/7 @ Binghamton* L 74-54 1/11 @ Dartmouth L 62-56 1/14 Stony Brook* L 72-69 1/18 Maine* W 63-59 1/21 @ Albany* L 62-58 1/25 @ Hartford* L 65-42 1/28 Vermont* W 70-62 2/1 @ Boston University* W 83-71 2/4 @ UMBC* L 65-53 2/9 Binghamton* W 55-49 2/12 Hartford* L 62-52 2/15 @ Stony Brook* L 62-56 2/18 @ Maine* L 69-58 2/22 Albany* W 70-55 2/25 Boston University* W 76-63 3/1 @ Vermont* L 57-54 3/10 vs. Boston University+ L 66-60 Head Coach: Sue Johnson Captains: Emily Hardy, Ebony Woods * - America East # - UNH Wildcat Classic (Durham, NH) $ - Lehigh Christmas City Classic (Bethlehem, Pa.) + - America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2006-07 (9-20,L 4-12) @ Massachusetts 60-38

11/14 11/17 11/22 11/26 11/28 12/2 12/5 12/9 12/19 12/28 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/14 2/17 2/24 2/28 3/3

Wagner W @ Army L Iona W Providence L @ Central Connecticut L @ Boston College L Colgate W Northeastern W Detroit# L Winston-Salem State# W @ Maine* L @ Hartford* L Dartmouth L Stony Brook* L Binghamton* W (ot) UMBC* L @ Boston University* L @ Vermont* L Albany* W Maine* W Hartford* L @ Stony Brook* L @ UMBC* L Boston University* W Vermont* L @ Binghamton* L

80-70 54-51 72-61 79-53 65-47 50-31 52-44 71-62 54-50 63-55 64-47 48-47 79-67 85-66 58-55 59-56 67-57 70-44 58-44 65-55 54-45 71-64 59-51 71-66 59-56 66-61

2007-08 (7-22, 4-12)

1/31 @ Vermont* L 64-78 2/3 Stony Brook* W 76-71 2/6 @ Hartford* L 35-65 2/13 UMBC* L 40-54 2/16 @ Maine* L 61-69 2/21 Albany* L (ot) 62-64 2/25 Binghamton* L 61-78 2/28 @ Boston U.* L 65-79 3/4 Maine+ W 65-50 3/5 Hartford+ L 35-68 Head Coach: Kristin Cole Captains: Denise Beliveau, Kelsey Hogan, Candace Williams * - America East + - America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2008-09 (8-23, 6-10)

11/14 Bryant L 69-66 11/19 Massachusetts L 67-51 11/28 @ Long Island# L 74-60 11/29 Yale# L 76-55 12/3 @ Harvard L 81-58 12/5 @ Colgate W 89-61 12/9 @ Boston College L 85-43 12/14 Northeastern W 70-62 12/20 Canisius L 64-37 12/28 Central Michigan! L 72-62 12/29 Morehead State! L 76-43 12/30 @ Louisville! L 82-40 1/2 @ Xavier L 62-36 1/6 Maine* W 51-47 1/10 @ UMBC* L 95-85 1/13 Dartmouth L 62-49 1/17 @ Boston U.* L 79-62 1/21 @ Stony Brook* W 75-65 1/24 Albany* W 66-54 1/28 @ Binghamton* L 79-59 2/1 Vermont* L 69-48 2/4 Hartford* L 59-32 2/8 UMBC* W 73-65 2/12 @ Maine* L 57-49 2/15 Boston U.* L 75-53 2/22 @ Vermont* L 70-48 2/25 Stony Brook* W 50-49 2/28 @ Albany* W 66-62 3/4 Binghamton* L 56-53 3/7 @ Hartford* L 57-37 3/13 Vermont+ L 57-45 Head Coach: Kristin Cole * - America East # - Courtyard LaGaurdia Turkey Classic(Brooklyn, N.Y) ! -Downtown Marriott Cardinal Classic (Louisville, Ky.) + - America East Tournament (West Hartford, Conn.)

2009-10 (9-22,W 3-13) Saint Joseph’s 64-56

11/13 11/16 11/20 11/24 11/29 12/3 12/5 12/10 12/20 12/22 12/28 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/22 1/24 1/28

@ #21 Maryland Massachusetts Harvard @ Quinnipiac @ Seton Hall @ Saint Peter’s Central Conn. State Holy Cross Louisville @ Canisius @ #23 Syracuse Vermont* @ Stony Brook* Hartford* Maine* @ UMBC* @ Dartmouth @ Albany* @ Binghamton* Boston U.*

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43-63 58-57 78-65 54-68 45-54 47-66 48-60 80-72 67-76 42-40 48-58 53-55 57-69 45-72 61-65 77-67 48-49 87-77 59-83 59-66

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WILDCAT BASKETBALL Lindsay Adams Michele Altobello Margie Arnold Nina Bailiargeon Amy Banks Jan Beal Colleen Bean Diamon Beckford Melissa Belanger Denise Beliveau Renee Bender Sara Bilodeau Patricia Bohner Karen Bolton Karen Bonney Pam Brandell Robyn Britton Michelle Brusseau Sarah Bushey Kelly Butterfield Kathy Caldwell Emily Caschera Jennifer Casey Melissa Cerasuolo Ashley Cerniglia Michele Cernuda Heather Champion Danielle Clark Gloria Coco Anne Colton Megan Connolly Cheryl Cote Donna Couture Terri Crete Beth Curran Kendall Daly Aubrey Danen Sheila Danker Denise Darling Diane Delisle Jenelle DeVits Ellen Dieckelman Kate Dillon Diana Dilworth Adriane Domanski Julie Donlon Kelly Donohue Deb Dorsch Susan Duffy Kate Early Kerri Eaton Teya Eaton Whitney Edwards

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all-time letterwinners 2001-05 1984-88 1982-84 1975-76 1980-82 1996-98 1976-78 2009-10 1984-88 2007-10 1985-86 1998-99 1976-77 1976-80 1980-81 1993-97 1986-87 1987-91 1997-01 1981-85 1993-97 1999-03 1987-91 1997-98 2004-07 1995-98 1994-98 2003-07 1975-77 1992-96 2003-06 1989-93 1977-81 1981-85 1984-88 1989-93 1998-03 1993-97 1983-86 1976-78 2005-08 1979-80 2003-05 2002-03 1998-00 1987-91 1997-01 1986-90 1977-79 2007-10 1990-94 1991-95 2003-07

Orsi Farkas Shelley Fitz Laura Flaherty Danielle Flowers Kelley Flynn Lindsay Formica Patty Foster Racheal Fowler Jennifer Friel Jilliane Friel Julie Gagne Allison Gagnon Althena Gaines Jean Giarrusso Allison Godfrey Michelle Grenier Ellen Griffith Christine Gulas Corinne Gulas Kelley Haines Chrissy Hall Nancy Hall Emily Hardy Gabby Haroules Quandra Harrison Susan Hechler Kate Hennessey Denise Higgins Kelsey Hogan Keri Holtham Tara Holtham Lori Hornik Gail Jackson Taylore Jarvis SalĂŠe-Marie Johnson Kelly Karl Kim Kassik Carolyn Keaveny Sue Kilmister Carrie Kimball Marjorie King Kris Kinney Molly Kirchner Alexis Kirsteier Kathy Ladd Marcie Lane Meaghan Lane Abigail LaRosa Beth Lilore Geneva Livingston Jackie Lyons Jackie MacMullan

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Carol Mather Jenny Matteson Anna Matthias Maren Matthias Rita McCarroll Maura McCarthy Karen McCoy Jenny McDade Jill McDonald Sue McLaughlin Kathy McSweeney Stephanie Mislak Martha Morrison Jennifer Mueller Colleen Mullen Terri Mulliken Cheryl Murtagh Linda Neilson Nancy Nolting Mary Ann Palazzi Melissa Pfefferle Karen Pinkos Heidi Plencner Kate Poulin Kiki Proctor Clare Pyne Sarah Rappoport Theresa Redmond Cari Reed Rachel Reilly Karri Reynolds Deb Russell Sue Ryan Kathy Sanborn Steph Schubert Laura Seiden Kathy Shorey Amy Simpson Lisa Sullivan Zita Torok Lauren Weidmyer Lauren Wells Bridget White Candace Williams Jacinda Williams Natasha Williams Ray Williams Ebony Woods Sharon Zagorski

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.%7(!-03()2%2%')/. Amtrak’s Downeaster, with a station located on campus, is a great way to travel to Boston or Portland. As a passenger, you’ll enjoy overlooking miles of scenic landscape along the way.

Less than a two-hour drive north is the White Mountain region of New Hampshire, which offers numerous skiing and hiking opportunities. Mount Washington is the highest peak in the Northeast.

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire is located to the north. The crown jewel of the region is Lake Winnipesaukee, which is one of the largest lakes in the Northeast. Countless recreational activities exist on the many lakes in the area.

The University itself is located just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean. Historic Portsmouth Harbor, less than 10 miles from UNH, offers many shopping and fine dining opportunities, while Hampton Beach, to the south, is a popular vacation spot.

Ocean, mountains, sandy beaches and charming port cities are all within a short drive.

Just an hour south of the campus is Boston, the cultural “hub” of New England. There, visitors can enjoy a baseball game at historic Fenway Park, visit Quincy Market or walk the Freedom Trail, which features many of the sites where early American history was made.

WILDCAT BASKETBALL

2010-11 University of New Hampshire Womens Basketball Schedule November 8 Mon. 12 Fri. 16 Tues. 20 Sat. 23 Tues. 29 Mon. December 3 Fri. 10 Fri. 19 Sun. 22 Wed. 28 Tues. 29 Wed.

BENTLEY (Exhibition) at Notre Dame DARTMOUTH BROWN at Holy Cross at Syracuse at Manhattan at Harvard at Central Conn. State Quinnipiac at St. Joseph’s (St. Joe’s Tournament) at Lafayette (St. Joe’s Tournament)

January 1 4 6 9

RHODE ISLAND at Albany* BOSTON UNIVERSITY* at Binghamton*

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January (cont.) 7 pm 12 Wed. HARTFORD* 7 pm 3:30 pm 15 Sat. STONY BROOK* 1 pm 7 pm 17 Mon. VERMONT* 7 pm 4 pm 23 Sun. at UMBC* 2 pm 7 pm 26 Wed. at Maine* 7 pm 7 pm 29 Sat. at Boston University* 3 pm February 7 pm 3 Thur. ALBANY* 7 pm 7 pm 6 Sun. BINGHAMTON* 1 pm 1 pm 9 Wed. at Stony Brook* 7 pm 5 pm 13 Sun. UMBC* 1 pm 2 pm 17 Thur. at Vermont* 7 pm 2/4 pm 23 Wed. MAINE* 7 pm 26 Sat. at Hartford* 3 pm March 3 pm 3-6 Thur.-Sun. A.E. Tournament at Hartford 7 pm 12 Sat. A.E. Championship 7 pm 2 pm HOME GAMES IN CAPS *Denotes America East games


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