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TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

Table of Contents............................................................ 1 Media Information......................................................... 2 Roster............................................................................. 3 Season Schedule............................................................ 4 Season Preview/Quick Facts........................................... 5

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Head Coach Chance Lindley.........................................6-7 Assistant Coach Rebecca Alvidrez................................... 8 Assistant Coach Brittany Lange...................................... 9 Assistant Coach Jesyka Burks-Wiley............................. 10 Director of Operations Elisha Turek/Support Staff......... 11

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Carolyn Blair-Mobley................................................... 12 Carly Cator.................................................................... 13 Paige Frauendorfer...................................................... 14 Zenta Liepa.................................................................. 15 Jamie Nash................................................................... 16 Stacia Gebers............................................................... 17 Cathleen Cox................................................................ 18 Myhiah Dotzler............................................................ 19 Taijhe Kelly................................................................... 20 Ericka House/Casse Vaughn.......................................... 21 Kate Bayes/Allison Jackson.......................................... 22

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Nebraska-Kearney, North Carolina A&T, Louisiana, Northern Arizona, Saint Louis, SW Minnesota State..... 23 UT Arlington, Tulsa, Loyola-Chicago, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, College of St. Mary, Kansas City.................................... 24 South Dakota, Oakland, Fort Wayne, IUPUI, Western Illinois, Chicago State................................................... 25 Indiana Dabney, North Dakota State, South Dakota State....26

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2011-12 Season Results............................................... 27 2011-12 Overall Stats/Team Game-by-Game Stats...... 28 2011-12 Individual Game Highs................................... 29 2011-12 Category Leaders........................................... 30 2011-12 Game-by-Game Points/Rebounds/Assists...... 31 2011-12 Summit League Standings/Awards................ 32 The Summit League................................................33-34

HISTORY AND RECORDS

Year-by-Year Records................................................... 35 Honors and Awards.................................................36-37 Career Records............................................................. 38 Single-Season Records................................................. 39 Single-Game Records/Team Records............................ 40 Yearly Statistical Leaders.............................................. 41 All-Time Series Records................................................ 42 All-Time Letterwinners................................................ 43 Year-by-Year Results/Mavs in the Postseason..........44-51

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The University of Nebraska Omaha............................... 52 CenturyLink Center Omaha.......................................... 53 Maverick Facilities...................................................54-56 National Prominence................................................... 57 Athletic Performance................................................... 58 Student-Athlete Resources........................................... 59 Compliance.................................................................. 60 Administration........................................................61-62 The University.............................................................. 63 A New Era..................................................................... 64 The City of Omaha...................................................65-66

MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS

The 2012-13 Omaha Women’s Basketball Media and Recruiting Guide was written and designed by Assistant Communications Director Nate Pohlen. The guide was produced entirely on Adobe InDesign CS5 and is available exclusively online at OMavs.com. Photography credits and special thanks to Tim Fitzgerald of UNO Publications Services, HDR Architecture, Inc., MECA Omaha, ICON Architectural Group and the City of Ralston.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

COVERING THE MAVERICKS The UNO communications staff is always interested in help­ing mem­bers of the media in their cov­er­age of Maverick athletic programs. Pho­to­s, information, statistics and travel plans are avail­able through the communications department. INTERVIEWS All interviews must be arranged through the UNO communications office at least 24 hours in advance. Generally, the best time to interview student-athletes is di­rect­ly before or after af­ter­noon practices. No player interviews are allowed before contests on gamedays.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS After a brief cooling-off period, all players and coaches will be available for interviews. Please contact a communications representative in the press box to arrange postgame interviews. MEDIA AC­CESS All re­quests for working press cre­den­tials and pho­to passes for UNO athletic events should be di­rect­ed to the UNO communications department. RADIO AND TELEVISION A phone line will be made available at UNO ath­letic events for vis­it­ing radio stations to broad­cast UNO home games. Press box credentials for radio or television should be requested at least one week prior to each game. Anyone interested in covering a game and/or practice should contact the communications of­fice at least 24 hours in advance.

MEDIA SERVICES Media guides, game programs, game notes, rosters, and up-to-date results and statistics will be avail­able at the press area to working members of the media at each Maverick home game. Wireless internet is available throughout the UNO campus and at CenturyLink Center Omaha and the Ralston Sports and Event Center, and wired connections can be arranged. An official NCAA box score and play-by-play will be available approximately 10 to 15 minutes following the conclusion of each game. COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE The UNO communications offices are located on the second floor of the Sapp Fieldhouse in rooms 242 and 244. The Sapp Fieldhouse is located in the heart of the UNO campus adjacent to Caniglia Field and the Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) Building.

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PRINT MEDIA Omaha World-Herald Rob White 14th and Dodge Streets Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 444-1000 Fax: (402) 344-3343 UNO Gateway Nate Tenopir University of Nebraska Omaha Omaha, NE 68182 (402) 554-2470 Fax: (402) 554-2735 Lincoln Journal Star 926 P Street Lincoln, NE 68508 (402) 473-7431 Fax: (402) 473-7291

COMMUNICATIONS STAFF DIRECTORY Director of Communications: Dave Ahlers Phone....................................................(402) 554-3387 Email..........................................dahlers@unomaha.edu

Bellevue Leader 604 Fort Crook Road Bellevue, NE 68005 (402) 733-7300

Assistant Communications Director: Bonnie Ryan Phone....................................................(402) 554-3267 Email............................................ bryan@unomaha.edu

Council Bluffs Nonpareil 117 Pearl Street Council Bluffs, IA 51503 (712) 328-1811 Fax: (712) 328-1597

Assistant Communications Director: Nate Pohlen Phone....................................................(402) 554-2140 Email........................................ npohlen@unomaha.edu

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WIRE SERVICES Associated Press 909 N. 96th St., Suite 104 Omaha, NE 68114-2508 (402) 391-0031 Fax: (402) 391-1412 ESPN/SportsTicker Harbor Financial Center 600 Plaza Two Jersey City, NJ 07311 (800) 367-8935 Fax: (800) 336-0383 RADIO The Zone - 1620 /1180 AM Neil Nelkin 5011 Capitol Omaha, NE 68132 (402) 342-2000 Fax: (402) 342-7041 KZEN 100.3 FM Nick Handley 1418 25th Street Columbus, NE 68601 (402) 564-2866

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KOIL Radio - 1290 AM 5011 Capitol Omaha, NE 68132 (402) 342-2000 Fax: (402) 342-7041 KFAB Radio - 1110 AM Roger Olson 5010 Underwood Omaha, NE 68132 (402) 556-5060 Fax: (402) 556-5791 KVNO-FM Radio Robyn Wisch CPACS 200 Nebraska Omaha Omaha, NE 68182 (402) 554-2716 Fax: (402) 554-2440 TELEVISION KMTV Ch. 3 (CBS) Chase Williams, Sp. Dir. 10714 Mockingbird Drive Omaha, NE 68127 (402) 593-2705/2706 Fax: (402) 592-4714 WOWT Ch. 6 (NBC) Ross Jernstrom, Sp. Dir. 3501 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 233-7940 Fax: (402) 233-7888 KETV Ch. 7 (ABC) Andy Kendeigh, Sp. Dir. 27th & Douglas Streets Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 978-8957 Fax: (402) 978-8931 NETV 1800 N. 33rd Street Lincoln, NE 68588-0747 (402) 472-3611 Fax: (402) 472-1785 CONFERENCE The Summit League Greg Mette 340 W. Butterfield Rd. Suite 3D Elmhurst, IL 60126 (630) 516-0661 Fax: (630) 516-0673

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1 Ericka House 5-9 Jr. G Hot Springs, Ark. (Hot Springs/Tyler JC) 2 Casse Vaughn 6-0 Jr. F Little Rock, Ark. (North Little Rock/Arkansas Baptist) 5 Carly Cator 5-9 Sr. G Lakewood, Colo. (Lakewood/San Francisco State) 10 Jamie Nash 5-4 Sr. G Verona, Mo. (Aurora) 11 Carolyn Blair-Mobley 5-10 Sr. G St. Paul, Minn. (St. Paul Johnson) 12 Myhiah Dotzler 5-4 So. G Omaha, Neb. (Bellevue West/Concordia) 14 Paige Frauendorfer 6-0 Sr. G Humphrey, Neb. (Humphrey) 15 Allison Jackson 6-0 Fr. F El Paso, Texas (Burges) 20 Cathleen Cox 5-9 So. G Elkhorn, Neb. (Elkhorn) 21 Stacia Gebers 6-0 Jr. F Nora, Neb. (Superior) 31 Kate Bayes 5-9 Fr. G Novato, Calif. (Sonoma Academy) 42 Zenta Liepa 6-1 Sr. F Riga, Latvia (Riga/Independence CC) 45 Taijhe Kelly 6-4 So. C Carson, Calif. (Long Beach Poly) Head Coach: Chance Lindley (2nd season; Wichita State, 2000) Assistant Coach: Rebecca Alvidrez (1st season; Montana State, 2006) Assistant Coach: Brittany Lange (2nd season; Iowa State, 2010) Assistant Coach: Jesyka Burks-Wiley (1st season; Boston, 2009) Director of Operations: Elisha Turek (1st season; Oral Roberts, 2007)

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Kate Bayes Carolyn Blair-Mobley Carly Cator Cathleen Cox Myhiah Dotzler Paige Frauendorfer Stacia Gebers Ericka House Allison Jackson Taijhe Kelly Zenta Liepa Jamie Nash Casse Vaughn

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Seniors (5) ..................................................Carolyn Blair-Mobley ..................................................................Carly Cator .....................................................Paige Frauendorfer .................................................................Zenta Liepa ................................................................. Jamie Nash Juniors (3) ..............................................................Stacia Gebers ...............................................................Ericka House ............................................................. Casse Vaughn Sophomores (3) .............................................................. Cathleen Cox ...........................................................Myhiah Dotzler ................................................................. Taijhe Kelly Freshmen (2) ..................................................................Kate Bayes ........................................................... Allison Jackson Introduction

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Novato, Calif. (Sonoma Academy) St. Paul, Minn. (St. Paul Johnson) Lakewood, Colo. (Lakewood/San Francisco State) Elkhorn, Neb. (Elkhorn) Omaha, Neb. (Bellevue West/Concordia) Humphrey, Neb. (Humphrey) Nora, Neb. (Superior) Hot Springs, Ark. (Hot Springs/Tyler JC) El Paso, Texas (Burges) Carson, Calif. (Long Beach Poly) Riga, Latvia (Riga/Independence CC) Verona, Mo. (Aurora) Little Rock, Ark. (North Little Rock/Arkansas Baptist)

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Guards (8) ..................................................................Kate Bayes ..................................................Carolyn Blair-Mobley ..................................................................Carly Cator .............................................................. Cathleen Cox ...........................................................Myhiah Dotzler .....................................................Paige Frauendorfer ...............................................................Ericka House ................................................................. Jamie Nash Forwards (4) ..............................................................Stacia Gebers ........................................................... Allison Jackson .................................................................Zenta Liepa ............................................................. Casse Vaughn Centers (1) ................................................................. Taijhe Kelly

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Arkansas (2) - Ericka House (Hot Springs); Casse Vaughn (Little Rock) California (2) - Taijhe Kelly (Carson); Kate Bayes (Novato) Colorado (1) - Carly Cator (Lakewood) Missouri (1) - Jamie Nash (Verona) Minnesota (1) - Carolyn Blair-Mobley (St. Paul) Nebraska (4) - Cathleen Cox (Elkhorn); Paige Frauendorfer (Humphrey); Stacia Gebers (Nora); Myhiah Dotzler (Omaha) Texas (1) - Allison Jackson (El Paso) INTERNATIONAL Latvia (1) - Zenta Liepa (Riga)

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2012-13 OMAHA MAVERICKS SCHEDULE Date Opponent Location Radio Wednesday, Nov. 7 Nebraska-Kearney (Exh.) Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Monday, Nov. 12 North Carolina A&T Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Louisiana Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Friday, Nov. 16 Sunday, Nov. 18 Northern Arizona Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Wednesday, Nov. 21 Saint Louis Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Sunday, Nov. 25 Southwest Minnesota State Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Friday, Nov. 30 UT Arlington Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Tuesday, Dec. 4 Tulsa Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Loyola-Chicago Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Saturday, Dec. 8 Monday, Dec. 17 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff Pine Bluff, Ark. Friday, Dec. 21 College of St. Mary Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse at Kansas City* Kansas City, Mo. 1180 AM, The ZONE 2-The Deuce Friday, Dec. 28 Sunday, Dec. 30 at South Dakota* Vermillion, S.D. Oakland* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Thursday, Jan. 3 Saturday, Jan. 5 Fort Wayne* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Thursday, Jan. 10 at IUPUI* Indianapolis, Ind. 1180 AM, The ZONE 2-The Deuce at Western Illinois* Macomb, Ill. 1180 AM, The ZONE 2-The Deuce Saturday, Jan. 12 Thursday, Jan. 17 at Chicago State* Chicago, Ill. at Indiana Dabney* Hammond, Ind. Saturday, Jan. 19 North Dakota State* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Thursday, Jan. 24 Saturday, Jan. 26 South Dakota State* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse at Fort Wayne* Fort Wayne, Ind. 1180 AM, The ZONE 2-The Deuce Thursday, Jan. 31 Saturday, Feb. 2 at Oakland* Rochester, Mich. 1180 AM, The ZONE 2-The Deuce Thursday, Feb. 7 Western Illinois* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse IUPUI* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Saturday, Feb. 9 Thursday, Feb. 21 at South Dakota State* Brookings, S.D. Saturday, Feb. 23 at North Dakota State* Fargo, N.D. Thursday, Feb. 28 South Dakota* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse Saturday, March 2 Kansas City* Omaha, Neb. - Sapp Fieldhouse - Home games listed in bold held at Sapp Fieldhouse on the UNO campus * - Summit League game - All times Central - Check OMavs.com for the most updated schedule information

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MAVS BEGIN SUMMIT LEAGUE COMPETITION Welcome to The Summit League The 2012-13 season marks UNO’s first with a full Summit League schedule. UNO will play all eight Summit League foes twice, starting with a Dec. 28 game on the road at Kansas City. Although the Mavericks will appear in The Summit League standings, UNO cannot qualify for the Summit League Championship or the NCAA Tournament until 2015-16.

New Faces on the Bench Head Coach Chance Lindley is in his second season at Omaha, but he will have an entirely different staff than in his first year. Shanele Stires left to become an assistant at San Francisco, and Jason Flores and Elena Lovato took head coaching gigs. In the offseason, Lindley promoted director of operations Brittany Lange to an assistant role. He then added former America East Player of the Year Jesyka BurksWiley to his coaching staff, as well as former All-Big Sky Conference guard Rebecca Alvidrez, who spent the past six seasons as an assistant turning Alaska Anchorage into a Division II powerhouse with her strong recruiting ties. Elisha Turek, the 2007 Mid-Con Player of the Year, was also hired as the new director of operations. Solid Building Block The Mavs’ first year in Division I can be considered a success on many accounts. A year after going 8-18 in Division II, the Mavs finished 15-12 in their first Division I season last year, the most wins since 200809. Paige Frauendorfer led UNO with 13.1 points and 9.1 rebounds per game and had 10 double-doubles. UNO earned two wins against Division I teams, beating Western Illinois, 65-58, and UT-Arlington, 60-52. Jamie Nash averaged 4.1 steals per game to rank second in Division I. She also had 166 assists, the highest total single-season total in school history. The Mavs went 9-3 at home for a .750 winning percentage, their highest since 2005-06. Closing in on 1,000 Points Seniors Jamie Nash and Paige Frauendorfer are both closing in on 1,000 career points. Nash enters the 2012-13 season with 839 career points, needing just 161 to eclipse the 1,000-point barrier. Frauendorfer enters the season with 758 career points, needing 242 to reach 1,000. Nash and Frauendorfer scored Introduction

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349 and 354 points, respectively, in their junior seasons. Twenty-three Mavericks are members of the 1,000-point club, including Heather Pohl, who moved into 21st last year with 1,044 career points.

Nash Moving Up the Charts In addition to chasing 1,000 career points, senior guard Jamie Nash has a few school records in her sights in her final season at UNO. The Verona, Mo., native has 271 career steals, placing her second in school history. She is just 60 steals behind Kriss Edwards, who made 331 steals from 1977-81. Nash has 370 career assists, ranking her fifth in school history. She is 104 assists behind all-time leader Jennifer Mitchell, who posted 474 from 1998-2002. Blair-Mobley a Welcome Addition Former Oklahoma State guard Carolyn Blair-Mobley will join the UNO women’s basketball program for her final season of eligibility in 2012-13. A 5-10 native of St. Paul, Minn., Blair-Mobley played two seasons at Oklahoma State after one season at Cloud County (Kan.) Community College. Blair-Mobley sat out the 2011-12 season and has one year of eligibility remaining after she earned her bachelor’s degree at OSU last year. She will be eligible to play immediately this season while pursuing her master’s degree at UNO. As a junior for the Cowgirls in 2010-11, Blair-Mobley started 22 of 32 games - fourth-most on the squad - and averaged 2.5 points and 2.6 rebounds while attempting fewer than three shots per game. In her sophomore campaign in 2009-10, her first year in the program, Blair-Mobley played in all 32 games, starting four for the Cowgirls, who finished 24-11 overall and reached the NCAA Tournament Second Round. Injury Update The Mavs received both positive and negative news on the injury front in the offseason. Senior guard Carly Cator has recovered from a torn ACL suffered last year during the preseason and is ready to go for her final season at UNO. Cator averaged 2.4 points and 1.4 assists per game in 2010-11. On the downside, senior forward Zenta Liepa had knee surgery over the summer and will be out for the season. Liepa averaged 3.6 points and 2.6 rebounds per game in her first year at UNO last year.

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QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION Name..........................University of Nebraska Omaha City........................................................Omaha, Neb. Founded............................................................. 1908 Enrollment...................................................... 15,448 Nickname................................................... Mavericks School Colors................................. Crimson and Black Affiliation................... NCAA Division I (Reclassifying) Conference..................................The Summit League Facility.................................Sapp Fieldhouse (2,500) Chancellor.................................. Dr. John Christensen Director of Athletics................................ Trev Alberts WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY First Year of Women’s Basketball...................1970-71 Overall All-Time Record...................... 558-523 (.516) Conference All-Time Record............... 196-294 (.400) NCAA II Tournament Appearances.....8 (last 1991-92) COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................ Chance Lindley Alma Mater................................Wichita State (2000) Email................................. cmlindley@unomaha.edu Phone............................................... (402) 554-3269 Record at UNO..................................15-12 (2nd year) Career Record.................................................... Same Assistant Coach................Rebecca Alvidrez (1st year) Email................................... ralvidrez@unomaha.edu Phone............................................... (402) 554-4967 Assistant Coach..................Brittany Lange (2nd year) Email....................................balange@unomaha.edu Phone............................................... (402) 554-2002 Assistant Coach............ Jesyka Burks-Wiley (1st year) Email...............................jburkswiley@unomaha.edu Phone............................................... (402) 554-3384 Director of Operations..............................Elisha Turek Email.......................................eturek@unomaha.edu Phone............................................... (402) 554-2571 COMMUNICATIONS Women’s Basketball Contact...................Nate Pohlen Office Phone...................................... (402) 554-2140 Cell Phone......................................... (402) 429-5493 Email....................................npohlen@unomaha.edu Athletics Website.....................................OMavs.com Mailing Address............................... Sapp Fieldhouse ................ 6001 Dodge Street -- Omaha, NE -- 68182 TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record.....................................15-12 2011-12 Home Record..........................................9-3 2011-12 Away Record...........................................5-9 2011-12 Neutral Record........................................1-0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...............................7/4 Starters Returning/Lost.........................................3/2 Newcomers..............................................................5 History and Records

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CHANCE LINDLEY Head Coach • 2nd Year • WICHITA STATE (2000) Chance Lindley became the seventh head coach in UNO women’s basketball history and the first male to lead the women’s program in its 40-year history on April 16, 2011. Under Lindley, the Mavs’ first year in Division I in 2011-12 was a success on many accounts. A year after going 8-18 in Division II under then-head coach Patty Patton Shearer, the Mavs finished 15-12 in their first season under Lindley, the most wins since 2008-09. UNO earned two wins against Division I teams, beating Western Illinois, 65-58, and UTArlington, 60-52. The Mavs went 9-3 at home for a .750 winning percentage, their highest since 2005-06. A Wichita, Kan., native, Lindley put together an impressive 148-33 record as a head coach in the high school and junior college ranks in Kansas for eight years before taking the job as an assistant coach at Arizona in 2008. Lindley spent three seasons on the bench for the Wildcats in charge of all the defensive game planning and in-game offensive and defensive strategy. Lindley worked with the post players in practices and assisted in all of the Wildcats’ recruiting efforts.

COACHING RECORD Omaha • Head Coach (2011-present) Arizona • Assistant Coach (2008-2011) Barton County Community College • Head Coach (2007-08) • Assistant Coach (2006-07) COACHING HONORS AND AWARDS • NJCAA Division I District F Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year (2007-08) • Jayhawk West Coach of the Year (2007-08) • KBCA Junior College Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year (2007-08) • School-record 34 wins at Barton County Community College (2007-08) • Fourth-place finish at NJCAA Tournament (2007-08) • Region IV Champions (2007-08)

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“I am very grateful and fortunate to be a part of the UNO family,” Lindley said. “This is an exciting time for the athletic department as it moves to Division I, and I’m looking forward to contributing to a new era for Maverick athletics.

Lindley was a standout coach in the Kansas high school ranks for six years before moving to the collegiate level. He began his coaching career in 2000-01 at Wichita Independent High School, where he led the girls’ basketball program to an 18-4 record in his second season, the best mark in school history and more wins than the previous three seasons combined. Lindley then moved to Wichita Collegiate High School in 2002-03 and amassed a 91-10 (.901) record over four seasons including three straight 20-win seasons at a school that had never achieved one 20-win season. After an 18-5 record in his first season, Lindley and the Spartans went 73-5 (.936) in the next three years and reached at least the state semifinals all three years. In 200304, the Spartans went 23-3 and were state runners-up in Kansas 4A (third-largest classification), then finished third in 2004-05 with a 24-2 record. After reclassifying down to Kansas 3A in 2005-06, Lindley led the Spartans to a 26-0 season and a state championship. He was named the Kansas 3A Coach of the Year for his accomplishments and twice won Wichita Metro Coach of the Year. Lindley graduated cum laude from Wichita State in 2000, majoring in Physical Education K-12. Chance and his wife, Melissa, have a daughter, Brookelyn.

“We are going to bring in outstanding student-athletes who will work hard and eventually compete for championships in The Summit League. This will be a team fans will enjoy watching and be proud to call Omaha’s Team.” Lindley, 36, helped the Wildcats to a 21-12 record in 201011, the most wins for the program since 2004. Arizona finished fourth in the Pac-10, its highest conference finish since 2004, and appeared in the postseason for the first time since 2005. Prior to his stint at Arizona, Lindley led Barton County Community College to a school-record 34-4 mark and a fourth-place finish at the NJCAA Tournament in 2007-08. The Cougars won the Region IV Championship, and Lindley was named the 2007-08 NJCAA Division I District F Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year, the Jayhawk West Coach of the Year and the KBCA Junior College Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year. Lindley served as an assistant at Barton County CC in 2006-07 when the Cougars went 27-3, giving the Cougars a 61-7 (.897) record while Lindley was at the school.

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LINDLEY’S COACHING HISTORY Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

School Wichita Independent HS Wichita Independent HS Wichita Collegiate HS Wichita Collegiate HS Wichita Collegiate HS Wichita Collegiate HS Barton County CC Barton County CC Arizona Arizona Arizona Omaha

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Postseason Finish -Kansas sub-state semifinalist Kansas sub-state finalist Kansas Class 4A runner-up Kansas Class 4A third place Kansas Class 3A state champions Ineligible to qualify NJCAA Tournament 4th-place --NIT First Round Not eligible

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REBECCA ALVIDREZ ASSISTANT Coach • 1st Year • MONTANA STATE (2006) Rebecca Alvidrez joined the Omaha women’s basketball coaching staff in the summer of 2012. Alvidrez was previously the associate head coach at Alaska Anchorage for six years, where she helped turn the Seawolves into a national powerhouse. In Alvidrez’s six years as the lead recruiter at UAA, the Seawolves posted a combined record of 165-31, winning an astounding 84.2 percent of their games. A two-time All-Big Sky Conference selection and the newcomer of the year during her playing days at Montana State, Alvidrez will coach both guards and posts at Omaha, while serving an integral role in recruiting. Alvidrez brings strong international and West Coast recruiting ties to the Maverick program. COACHING RECORD Omaha • Assistant Coach (2012-present) Alaska Anchorage • Associate Head Coach (2006-2012) Otero (Colo.) Junior College • Men’s and Women’s Asst. Coach (2002-06) COACHING HONORS AND AWARDS • Helped post a 165-31 (.842) record in six years at Alaska Anchorage • Three NCAA Division II Elite Eights • Five NCAA Division II Tournaments PLAYING HONORS AND AWARDS • Played professionally in Sweden with Brahe Basket (2003-04) • Two-time All-Big Sky Conference selection at Montana State • Big Sky Newcomer of the Year (2001) • Two-time JUCO All-American

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“I’m really excited about Coach Lindley’s vision for the program and it’s something I am happy to be a part of,” Alvidrez said. “In just a short time, UNO has grown so much and made great strides in Division I. I’m thankful that he has put his trust in me and I’m going to work my hardest to help the team be successful.” Alvidrez played professionally in Sweden in 2003-04 with Brahe Basket, helping the team reach the league finals for the first time in club history.

Alaska Anchorage went 24-5 in 2009-10 and 27-7 in 201011, earning NCAA Tournament berths both seasons. The Seawolves went 30-5 in 2011-12 and earned the school’s third Elite Eight appearance in five years. In Alvidrez’s first four years at UAA, the Seawolves went 8-0 against Division I teams, including wins over Syracuse, Cincinnati, Santa Clara, Cleveland State, Air Force, CalState Northridge, UC Riverside and Coastal Carolina. Alaska Anchorage won the Great Alaska Shootout in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. Prior to her time at UAA, Alvidrez coached at Otero (Colo.) Junior College, where she was an assistant coach for both the Rattlers’ highly successful men’s and women’s teams from 2002-06. Following a standout playing career at Otero Junior College that included a pair of conference titles, two junior college All-America awards and several school records, Alvidrez went on to star at Division I Montana State. At MSU, she was a two-time All-Big Sky Conference selection and the 2001 Big Sky Newcomer of the Year as the Bobcats’ point guard. Alvidrez completed most of her bachelor’s degree at Montana State and finished it at Adams State (Colo.) in 2006. She earned her associate’s degree from Otero Junior College.

A native of Albuquerque, N.M., Alvidrez joined then-new head coach Tim Moser’s staff at Division II Alaska Anchorage in 2006-07 after the Seawolves had endured six straight losing seasons. Immediately in 2006-07, things drastically turned around at UAA, as the Seawolves posted a 23-6 record in Alvidrez’s first season on staff. The following year, the Seawolves went 30-5 and reached the NCAA Division II Elite Eight. In 2008-09, UAA again reached the Elite Eight with a 31-4 final record.

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BRITTANY LANGE ASSISTANT Coach • 2nd Year • IOWA STATE (2010) Brittany Lange joined Chance Lindley’s staff in 2011-12 as the director of operations, and she shifted to an assistant coach position prior to the 2012-13 season. Lange works primarily with UNO’s guards. She also coordinates the Mavericks’ offensive game strategy and serves as a scout and recruiter. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be an assistant coach on the UNO staff,” Lange said. “I’m thankful to Coach Lindley and the UNO administration for giving me the opportunity to expand my role with the UNO women’s basketball program.”

COACHING RECORD Omaha • Assistant Coach (2012-present) • Director of Operations (2011-12) St. Edward’s (Texas) •Graduate Assistant (2010-11) PLAYING HONORS AND AWARDS

A former guard on NCAA Tournament teams at Iowa State and student coach under legend Bill Fennelly, Lange used her knowledge and expertise to assist at Point Guard College in 2008, where she served as an instructor to some of the top Division I point guards in the nation. She also was a strength and conditioning/sport-specific coach at Competitive Athlete Training Zone. Lange was integral to the Mavericks’ success in their first Division I season in 2011-12. She coordinated the Mavericks’ scheduling and team travel, while helping lead the team off the court in community service and life skills activities.

She also monitored the academic progress of the Maverick women’s basketball players. Prior to joining UNO, Lange served as a graduate assistant coach at St. Edward’s in Austin, Texas, during the 2010-11 season. Before St. Edward’s, Lange was a student assistant coach at Iowa State during her final two seasons of playing eligibility. After battling nagging injuries throughout her career, Lange spent 2008-10 helping Coach Bill Fennelly and the Cyclones reach the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight in 2009 and the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2010. She also served as a strength and conditioning intern for Iowa State in 2010. A native of Sac City, Iowa, Lange started her collegiate playing career at Creighton in 2005-06, where she played in 15 games. Lange then transferred to Iowa State and redshirted in 2006-07. In her sophomore year in 2007-08, Lange played in 10 games, helping the Cyclones advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2008. She excelled academically, earning the ISU Scholar-Athlete award and a spot on the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Lange earned her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Iowa State in May of 2010. She is pursuing a master’s degree in sport management.

• Iowa State Scholar-Athlete (2007) • Dean’s List (2006) • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (2006-07)

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JESYKA BURKS-WILEY ASSISTANT Coach • 1st Year • BOSTON (2009) Jesyka Burks-Wiley joined the UNO women’s basketball coaching staff as an assistant in August 2012. Burks-Wiley starred at Boston University from 2005-09, finishing her career as the America East Player of the Year in 2008-09. During her senior season, Burks-Wiley averaged 17.9 points and 7.3 rebounds per game to earn America East All-Conference First Team. She scored a career-high 32 points and collected 13 rebounds against Maine to break the 500-rebound mark for her career. She was also a member of the 1,000-point club during her decorated career at Boston, making her one of just eight players in school history to reach 1,000 points and 500 rebounds.

COACHING RECORD Omaha • Assistant Coach (2012-present) PLAYING HONORS AND AWARDS • Played professionally overseas in Romania, Finland and Portugal • America East Player of the Year (2008-09) • America East All-Conference (2007-08, 2008-09) • 1,000 career points and 500 career rebounds

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After college, Burks-Wiley went on to play professionally in Europe. She started her professional career with ICIM Arad in the Euro Cup in Romania, the second best league in Europe. After a successful season playing against former WNBA players, Burks-Wiley moved on to the top league in Finland and then the top Portuguese league, where she led her expansion team to the second round of the playoffs. Burks-Wiley did the same the following year when she played in Belgium, helping her new team reach the second round of the playoffs. She finished as the top rebounder on her professional team each year of her career.

Lester Burks, was an original member of the Harlem Globe Trotters. In high school, Burks-Wiley was a standout at Lincoln College Prep Academy in Kansas City. She averaged 19.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a senior while leading Lincoln Prep to the Missouri 4A state championship game. She was an all-state, all-conference and all-metro selection. At Boston during her senior season, she was integral to the team’s unprecedented success, as BU broke a team record for wins in a season (25) and boasted an impressive 19-game winning streak that lasted nearly two and a half months, while also running the America East regular-season table with a 16-0 record. BU was one of just four teams in the nation that went unbeaten in its respective conference that season. “I’m very excited to join the UNO staff. There are great things going on here and I am glad to be a part of it and be in the great city of Omaha,” Burks-Wiley said. “I’m happy to be working with Coach Lindley. I couldn’t have asked for a better coach to start my coaching career under. He is experienced and accustomed to winning, and I’m excited to help bring a winning tradition to Omaha.”

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ELISHA TUREK DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS • 1st Year • ORAL ROBERTS (2007) Turek was a standout collegiate player from 2003-07 at Oral Roberts. The Council Bluffs, Iowa native was a first-team allconference selection four consecutive years. As a freshman, Turek was named to the Mid-Con AllTournament Team and also picked up Mid-Con Newcomer of the Year honors after averaging 15.0 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. She set an ORU freshman record with 280 total rebounds and was the first freshman to be named first-team All-Mid-Con since 1998-99. As a sophomore, Turek picked up where she left off, averaging 18.3 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. She added 16.5 points and 8.7 rebounds per game as a junior and averaged a double-double of 17.4 points and 10.5 rebounds per game as a senior, earning all-conference honors all four years.

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Turek broke the all-time rebounding record at ORU and achieved more than 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her career. While she was there, the Golden Eagles appeared in the NCAA Tournament twice after winning the Mid-Con in her sophomore and senior seasons, after which she was named Mid-Con Tournament MVP both years. Turek was the Mid-Con Player of the Year as a senior. She spent time with the Chicago Sky of the WNBA and played two years overseas in the top league in Spain. Turek’s brother John starred at Nebraska. Her other brother, Joshua, won a wheelchair basketball bronze medal with Team USA in the paralympics in London in 2012. Turek graduated from Oral Roberts in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in communications.

Omaha • Director of Operations (2012-present) PLAYING HONORS AND AWARDS • Played professionally in Spain • Mid-Con Player of the Year (2006-07) • Four-time All-Mid-Con First Team • Mid-Con Newcomer of the Year (2003-04)

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SENIOR • GUARD • 5-10 • ST. PAUL, MINN. • ST. PAUL JOHNSON (OKLAHOMA STATE)

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HONORS AND AWARDS • Academic All-Big 12 Second Team (2010-11)

CAROLYN BLAIR-MOBLEY

Before UNO Joins the Mavericks for her final year of eligibility after playing two seasons at Oklahoma State and one at Cloud County (Kan.) Community College...sat out the 2011-12 season...as a junior in 2010-11, started 22 games and played in all 32, averaging 2.5 points and 2.6 rebounds per game... as a sophomore in 2009-10, played in 32 games, starting four, and averaged 0.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game for the Cowgirls, who finished 24-11 overall and reached the NCAA Tournament Second Round...was a 2011 Academic All-Big 12 Second-Team selection...at Cloud County CC, was named a third-team NJCAA All-American...was a first-team all-region pick and tabbed as the Jayhawk West Conference Player and Newcomer of the Year, as well as an all-league selection...averaged 14.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 2.1 steals per game at Cloud County...played high school basketball at Johnson High School in St. Paul, Minn....earned all-conference accolades three times during her high school career and was named the St. Paul City Conference MVP as a junior and senior...also competed in track and field.

Personal Born March 15, 1990 in St. Cloud, Minn....daughter of Kathy and James Mobley...mother played college basketball at Indiana and St. Cloud State...has three brothers, James, Jalen and Jordan.

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Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 (OSU) 32-4 358 11.2 6 31 .194 1 20 .050 10 17 .588 15 35 50 1.6 25 0 19 19 3 7 23 0.7 2010-11 (OSU) 32-22 600 18.8 28 73 .384 9 37 .243 16 28 .571 35 47 82 2.6 45 1 23 32 1 15 81 2.5 2011-12 Did not play TOTAL 64-26 958 15.0 34 104 .327 10 57 .175 26 45 .578 50 82 132 2.1 70 1 42 51 4 22 104 1.6

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CARLY CATOR

SENIOR • GUARD • 5-9 • LAKEWOOD, COLO. • LAKEWOOD (SAN FRANCISCO STATE)

CAREER HIGHS Points -- 8 at Central Missouri (Jan. 8, 2011) Rebounds -- 5 vs. Lincoln (Dec. 18, 2010) Assists -- 4 at Pittsburg State (Jan. 19, 2011) Steals -- 2 at Central Missouri (Jan. 8, 2011) Blocks -- 1 Two times (last vs. Mo. Southern, Jan. 15, 2011)

2011-12 (Junior) Sat out the season after suffering an ACL injury in the preseason. 2010-11 (Sophomore) Appeared in 20 games in her first year in the program, averaging 2.4 points per game and 1.4 assists per game... hit 5-of-15 from long range for a 33.3 percent average, second-best on the team...scored a career-high eight points at Central Missouri on Jan. 8.

the state in assists and was named first-team all-conference while leading her team to the Colorado Class 5A Sweet 16… as a senior, was again the state assist leader and a first-team all-conference selection while also being selected to the Colorado Coaches Association all-state team…helped lead her team to the Colorado Class 5A Elite 8 to cap her career. Personal Born Nov. 30, 2009 in Wheat Ridge, Colo....daughter of Clint and Rose Cator…has two brothers, Clint and Sean…double majoring in sociology and French.

Before UNO Redshirted her first year at San Francisco State in 2008-09... played in 27 games, starting seven in her redshirt freshman season in 2009-10...averaged 2.3 points per game to go along with 1.6 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game...was a four-year letterwinner at Lakewood High School in both basketball and track & field…state qualifier all four years in track…as a sophomore, named second-team all-conference in basketball and led the league in assists…as a junior, led

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Rebounds Year GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2010-11 20-0 263 13.2 16 58 .276 5 15 .333 10 15 .667 12 17 29 1.5 17 0 27 36 2 11 47 2.4 2011-12 Did not play TOTAL 20-0 263 13.2 16 58 .276 5 15 .333 10 15 .667 12 17 29 1.5 17 0 27 36 2 11 47 2.4

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14 HONORS AND AWARDS • All-Summit League Preseason Second Team (2012-13) • College Sports Madness All-Independent First Team (2011-12) • College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week (Jan. 30, 2012) • Chancellor’s List (Fall 2011) • Dean’s List (Spring 2012) • MIAA Academic Honor Roll (2009-10, 2010-11) CAREER HIGHS Points -- 26 at New Orleans (Feb. 18, 2012) Rebounds -- 15 vs. College of St. Mary (Dec. 7, 2011) Assists -- 5 Twice (last vs. York, Dec. 1, 2011) Steals -- 6 Three times (last vs. Briar Cliff, Dec. 3, 2011) Blocks -- 3 vs. Western Illinois (Jan. 30, 2012)

PAIGE FRAUENDORFER SENIOR • GUARD • 6-0 • HUMPHREY, NEB. • HUMPHREY

2011-12 (Junior) Led the Mavs in scoring and rebounding with 13.1 points and 9.1 rebounds per game...earned College Sports Madness AllIndependent First-Team honors at the end of the season...was named College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week on Jan. 30 following 16 points and eight rebounds in a win over Texas-Arlington on Jan. 24...ranked ninth in The Summit League in scoring and first in rebounding...started all 27 games and played 36.7 minutes per game, most on the team and in The Summit League...grabbed 6.7 defensive boards per game to rank first in the league and finished in the top ten in 3-point field goal percentage (36.8 percent), field goal percentage (45.0 percent) and scoring... had a team-leading 10 double-doubles...scored in double figures 20 times, including in the first eight games...opened the season with 24 points and 12 rebounds vs. Metro State on Nov. 11...scored a career-high 26 points and grabbed 12 boards at New Orleans on Feb. 18...set a career high in rebounds with 15 on Dec. 7 against College of St. Mary, one of five straight games where she recorded double-digit rebounds. 2010-11 (Sophomore) Started all 26 games for UNO in her second season, averaging 29.8 minutes per game...averaged 9.1 points per game and ranked second on the team in rebounding with 5.0 rebounds per game... recorded 33 steals and 19 blocks to rank second on the team in both categories...recorded a career-high 22 points against Washburn on Dec. 1 to go along with seven rebounds...had a career-high five assists vs. Lincoln on Dec. 18 and made a career-best five steals in the season finale vs. Pittsburg State...scored in double-figures 12 times...named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll for the second straight year.

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Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 27-3 549 20.3 70 189 .370 5 35 .143 22 31 .710 26-26 774 29.8 96 250 .384 9 32 .281 36 47 .766 27-27 992 36.7 139 309 .450 14 38 .368 62 82 .756 80-56 2315 28.9 305 748 .408 28 105 .267 120 160 .750

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2009-10 (Freshman) Appeared in every game as a freshman, starting three…scored in double digits in six games, including a career-high 14 points against Nebraska-Kearney on Dec. 18…shot 7-11 from the field against the Lopers…totaled 23 steals for the season…finished with 10 points, three rebounds and career bests of three assists and three steals against Oklahoma Panhandle State on Nov. 27…tied her career high of three steals two more times, against York on Dec. 13 and Emporia State on Dec. 31…achieved her first double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds against Chadron State on Nov. 28… had a 5-for-8 performance from the field and a perfect 3-for-3 from the free throw line for 13 points against York…named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Before UNO A three-sport, 12-time letterwinner at Humphrey High School… named to the class D1 all -conference basketball team four times and the all-state first and second teams… named honorary captain for all-state teams twice…earned a spot on the Norfolk Daily News Elite Eight team four times…as a junior, reached 1,000 career points…named MVP at the Holiday Basketball Tournament her junior and senior years…a Wendy’s High School Heisman state finalist…also played volleyball, earning all-conference honors four times and all-state honors three times…set school track records in the triple jump, high jump and 200 m…won state in the long jump three times…named area athlete of the year her senior year by the Norfolk Daily News. Personal Born October 16, 1990 in Norfolk, Neb....daughter of James and Theresa Frauendorfer…has one brother, Derrick, and one sister, Alyssa…majoring in pre-pharmacy.

Rebounds Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 28 55 83 3.1 37 0 22 45 13 23 167 6.2 46 83 129 5.0 50 1 55 67 19 33 237 9.1 65 182 247 9.1 47 0 68 84 17 66 354 13.1 139 320 459 5.7 134 1 145 196 49 122 758 9.5

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ZENTA LIEPA

SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • RIGA, LATVIA • RIGA (INDEPENDENCE CC)

CAREER HIGHS Points -- 11 at West Virginia State (Nov. 26, 2011) Rebounds -- 6 at West Virginia State (Nov. 26, 2011) Assists -- 3 at Kansas City (Jan. 11, 2012) Steals -- 2 vs. College of St. Mary (Dec. 7, 2011) Blocks -- 1 vs. Western State (Nov. 11, 2011)

2011-12 (Junior) Played in 25 games and started 11...averaged 3.6 points and 2.6 rebounds per game in 13.2 minutes per game...shot 38.3 percent from the field (36-of-94)...scored a season-high 11 points at West Virginia State on Nov. 26, where she also hit her only 3-point attempt of the season...also grabbed a season-best six rebounds at West Virginia State...had a season-high three assists at UMKC on Jan. 11.

Before UNO Played one season at Independence Community College in Kansas and one season at Logan College in Carterville, Ill....averaged 2.5 points and 2.6 rebounds per game as a sophomore in 2010-11 at Independence...helped the Lady Pirates to a 30-3 record and reached the Region VI semifinals...as a freshman at Logan College, averaged 2.4 points and 1.8 rebounds per game...had nine points, 11 rebounds and three assists vs. Joliet Junior College...helped Logan to a 14-12 record.

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Year 2011-12 TOTAL

Rebounds GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 25-11 330 13.2 36 94 .383 1 1 1.000 17 40 .425 26 38 64 2.6 40 0 13 41 1 11 90 3.6 25-11 330 13.2 36 94 .383 1 1 1.000 17 40 .425 26 38 64 2.6 40 0 13 41 1 11 90 3.6

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10 HONORS AND AWARDS • College Sports Madness All-Independent Second Team (2011-12) • College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week (Dec. 26, 2011) • Dean’s List (2011-12) • MIAA All-Defensive Team (2009-10) • MIAA Academic Honor Roll (2009-10, 2010-11) CAREER HIGHS Points -- 25 vs. Dakota Wesleyan (Feb. 10, 2012) Rebounds -- 11 Twice (last vs. Pittsburg State, Feb. 26, 2011) Assists -- 11 Two times (last vs. NW Missouri State, Dec. 10, 2011) Steals -- 11 vs. Calumet St. Joseph (Nov. 27, 2010) Blocks -- 1 Six times (last vs. Emporia State, Feb. 5, 2011)

JAMIE NASH SENIOR • GUARD • 5-4 • VERONA, MO. • AURORA

2011-12 (Junior) Played in all 27 games and started 24, averaging 36.0 minutes per game...was second on the team in scoring with 12.9 points per game and led the team in assists with 6.1 per game...nabbed 4.1 steals per game to rank third in the nation and first in The Summit League...earned College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week on Dec. 26 after scoring 17 points and grabbing seven rebounds in the Mavs’ first win over a Division I opponent, Western Illinois...scored 20-plus points a team-leading four times and scored in double figures 18 times...scored a career-high 25 points on 9-of-12 shooting to go with five assists and five rebounds in a win over Dakota Wesleyan on Feb. 10...opened the season with a double-double of 14 points and 10 assists vs. Western State... added two other double-doubles on the season: 21 points and a career-high 11 assists against Northwest Missouri State on Dec. 10, and 12 points and 10 assists at Tulsa on Dec. 28...had a season-high nine steals against Upper Iowa on Nov. 15...played all 45 minutes in an overtime win over Northwest Missouri State on Dec. 10... knocked down two game-winning free throws with three seconds left to beat Sioux Falls, 69-68, on Feb. 2...had a season-high seven rebounds on four different occasions.

assists for her third double-double of the season in an 87-83 upset win over No. 6 Washburn on Jan. 22...notched her fourth and final double-double of the season in the final game of the year against Pittsburg State with 16 points and 11 rebounds...scored in doublefigures in 15 games...named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll for the second straight year.

2010-11 (Sophomore) Started all 26 games for the Mavs, leading the team in minutes per game at 31.8...ranked second on the team in scoring at 11.5 points per game and led the team in steals with 80 (3.1 per game) and assists with 4.6 per game...led the MIAA in steals per game (3.1) and was third in assists per game (4.6)...recorded a career-high 11 steals vs. Calumet St. Joseph on Nov. 27, one short of the schoolrecord 12 steals, set by Linda Schabloske on Jan. 30, 1993...also added 13 points against Calumet St. Joseph for the first doubledouble of her career...recorded another double-double with 10 points and a career-high 11 rebounds at Missouri Western on Jan. 2...scored a career-high 23 points and dished out a career-high 11

Before UNO Four-year letterwinner in both basketball and softball at Aurora (Mo.) High School...earned first team all-conference and all-district honors in both sports in each of those four years...helped her basketball team to conference, district and sectional titles during her junior year (2007-08)...member of the National Honor Society and the all-academic team.

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Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 27-24 743 27.5 71 187 .380 13 57 .228 36 49 .735 26-26 827 31.8 100 275 .364 27 91 .297 72 106 .679 27-24 972 36.0 124 300 .413 24 81 .296 77 110 .700 80-74 2542 31.8 295 762 .387 64 229 .279 185 265 .698

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2009-10 (Freshman) Named to the MIAA All-Defensive Team after starting in 24 games in her first-year campaign…team leader in steals, recording 81 on the season…achieved a career-high 15 points against Pittsburg State on Jan. 20…averaged 3.0 assists a game, including a season-high seven assist performance at Fort Hays State on Jan. 27…opened the year by scoring 14 points on 6-for-9 shooting from the field against Dana on Nov. 15…finished in double-figure scoring in five contests…tied her career best of seven rebounds on two occasions – against Pittsburg State on Jan. 20 and against Southwest Baptist on Feb. 20…swiped seven steals at Fort Hays State on Jan. 27…put up a career-high nine assists at Northwest Missouri State on Dec. 12…named to the 2009-10 MIAA Academic Honor Roll.

Personal Born July 15, 1990 in Albuquerque, N.M...daughter of Tommy and Cherri Nash...has one brother and one sister...majoring in secondary education.

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STACIA GEBERS JUNIOR • FORWARD • 6-0 • NORA, NEB. • SUPERIOR

HONORS AND AWARDS • Dean’s List (2011-12) • MIAA Academic Honor Roll (2010-11)

CAREER HIGHS Points -- 18 vs. Briar Cliff (Dec. 3, 2011) Rebounds -- 11 vs. Dakota Wesleyan (Feb. 10, 2012) Assists -- 3 at New Orleans (Feb. 18, 2012) Steals -- 4 at West Virginia State (Nov. 26, 2011) Blocks -- 2 Three times (last at UL-Lafayette, Feb. 20, 2012)

2011-12 (Sophomore) Started all 27 games and averaged 7.4 points and 5.0 rebounds per game in 26.3 minutes per game...shot 41.7 percent (75-of-180) from the field...hit 46-of-60 (76.7 percent) from the free throw line to rank second on the team and 15th in The Summit League...had 24 steals to tie for fourth on the team and snatched a career-best four steals at West Virginia State in Nov. 26...scored a career-high 18 points vs. Briar Cliff on Dec. 3...set a new career high in rebounds with 11 vs. Dakota Wesleyan on Feb. 10...recorded her first career double-double at West Virginia State with 12 points and 10 rebounds. 2010-11 (Freshman) Played in 15 games, starting two...averaged 2.8 points per game and 1.7 rebounds per game...shot 38.9 percent from the field to rank fourth on the team...scored a career-high 14 points at Central Missouri on Jan. 8...had a career-high five rebounds vs. Missouri Southern on Jan. 15...named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll.

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Year 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 15-2 126 8.4 14 36 .389 6 20 .300 8 10 .800 27-27 711 26.3 75 180 .417 3 15 .200 46 60 .767 42-29 837 19.9 89 216 .412 9 35 .257 54 70 .771

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Before UNO Four-year letter winner in basketball, volleyball and track at Superior High School…leading scorer and rebounder for basketball her freshman, junior and senior years… placed second at the state track meet in long jump her freshman and junior years…as a junior, she was part of the Superior team that qualified for the state tournament for the first time in school history…all-time leading scorer for Superior’s girls basketball program…team qualified for the state basketball tournament her senior season… graduated with a perfect 4.0 grade-point average and was class salutatorian...named academic all-state...member of National Honor Society. Personal Born Nov. 5, 1991 in Superior, Neb....daughter of David and Sherry Gebers…has one sister, Haley …majoring in business.

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CATHLEEN COX SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 5-9 • ELKHORN, NEB. • ELKHORN

HONORS AND AWARDS • College Sports Madness Independent Freshman of the Year (2011-12)

CAREER HIGHS Points -- 23 vs. Missouri Western (Dec. 31, 2011) Rebounds -- 8 vs. Sioux Falls (Feb. 2, 2012) Assists -- 4 Three times (last vs. Dallas Christian, Jan. 9, 2012) Steals -- 3 vs. Missouri Western (Dec. 31, 2011) Blocks -- 1 Two times (last at W. Va. State, Nov. 26, 2011)

2011-12 (Freshman) Played in all 27 games and made three starts...averaged 6.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per game in 21.1 minutes per game...came off the bench and scored a season-high 23 points against Missouri Western on Dec. 31, shooting 10-of17 from the floor and 3-of-5 from long range...grabbed a season-high eight rebounds vs. Sioux Falls on Feb. 2... had four assists three times and made three steals against Missouri Western...finished the year with 24 steals to tie for fourth on the team...scored in double figures eight times and had 20-plus points twice.

first-team all-metro and first-team all-conference...earned first-team all-conference, honorable mention all-state and second-team all-metro honors after her sophomore season... earned all-conference honorable mention as a freshman... was also a standout on the Antlers’ soccer team, helping the school win the 2008 Class B state championship as a freshman and earning second-team all-state honors as a junior...was a four-year National Honor Society member. Personal Born Jan. 31, 1993 in Omaha, Neb....daughter of Tom and Caryl Cox...has a brother, Sean...majoring in business.

Before UNO Was a three-year captain and four-year letterwinner at Elkhorn...led the Antlers in scoring in her senior year with 15 points per game and was named team MVP...earned first-team all-state, all-conference and all-metro honors... led Elkhorn to a 22-2 record and a runner-up finish at the Class B state tournament...was selected to the Omaha Coaches Association and Nebraska Coaches Association allstar games...voted MVP of the Warrior all-star game...in her junior season, led Elkhorn to a third-place finish in the Class A state tournament...was named second-team all-state,

CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2011-12 TOTAL

Rebounds GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 27-3 571 21.1 74 223 .332 21 75 .280 18 24 .750 17 55 72 2.7 57 0 32 87 2 24 187 6.9 27-3 571 21.1 74 223 .332 21 75 .280 18 24 .750 17 55 72 2.7 57 0 32 87 2 24 187 6.9

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MYHIAH DOTZLER SOPHOMORE • GUARD • 5-4 • OMAHA, NEB. • BELLEVUE WEST (CONCORDIA) 2011-12 (Redshirt) Sat out the 2011-12 season after transferring from Concordia. Before UNO Played one season at Concordia (Neb.) before transferring to UNO as a walk-on...appeared in 19 games and averaged 6.3 points and 2.0 assists per game in her freshman year...scored a career-high 13 points against College of the Ozarks on Dec. 20, 2010...had career highs of six steals and five assists against Bethany (Kan.) on Nov. 9, 2010...shot 34.9 percent from 3-point range...was a standout point guard at Bellevue West High School, leading the Thunderbirds to Nebraska Class A state championships in 2009 and 2010...earned allstate honorable mention.

Personal Daughter of Ron and Twany Dotzler...born May 6, 1991...has 13 siblings...older brother, Josh, played at Creighton from 2005-09...majoring in elementary and special education.

HONORS AND AWARDS • Dean’s List (Fall 2011)

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TAIJHE KELLY

SOPHOMORE • CENTER • 6-4 • CARSON, CALIF. • LONG BEACH POLY

CAREER HIGHS Points -- 14 at New Orleans (Feb. 18, 2012) Rebounds -- 18 at New Orleans (Feb. 18, 2012) Assists -- 2 Two times (last at New Orleans, Feb. 18, 2012) Steals -- 1 Five times (last at South Dakota, Feb. 7, 2012) Blocks -- 4 Two times (last at Western Illinois, Jan. 30, 2012)

2011-12 (Freshman) Averaged 3.6 points per game and 4.0 rebounds per game and blocked a team-best 43 shots in her first year at UNO... her 43 blocked shots ranked seventh all-time in school history for blocks in a season...came on strong at the end of the season, making her first career starts in the final two games and earning her first two double-doubles...in her first career start at New Orleans, scored 14 points and had 18 rebounds and three blocks...her 18 rebounds tied for the eighth-most ever by a UNO player...followed that up at Louisiana in the final game of the season with 12 points and 15 rebounds in a career-high 41 minutes...recorded a career-high four blocked shots at Kentucky (Nov. 23) and vs. Western Illinois (Jan. 30).

seven rebounds, seven blocked shots and three steals against Georgetown (Texas)...had 10 points, five rebounds and six blocked shots against Mt. Lebanon (Pa.)...as a junior, helped the Jackrabbits to a 32-3 record, a No. 4 national ranking and an appearance in the California state championship game... averaged 4.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per game...scored 17 points in a 95-32 win over Compton...shot 53 percent from the field on the season...was also a track and field letterwinner at Long Beach Poly. PERSONAL Born Nov. 13, 1993...has not declared a major.

Before UNO Played at Long Beach Poly High School, which finished the 2010-11 season 25-3 and ranked eighth in the nation...as a senior, averaged 4.1 points per game and 3.8 rebounds per game...shot 44 percent from the field...had 10 points,

CAREER STATISTICS

Year 2011-12 TOTAL

Rebounds GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG 3FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 26-2 364 14.0 41 96 .427 0 0 .000 11 22 .500 45 58 103 4.0 42 1 11 36 43 5 93 3.6 26-2 364 14.0 41 96 .427 0 0 .000 11 22 .500 45 58 103 4.0 42 1 11 36 43 5 93 3.6

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ERICKA HOUSE JUNIOR • GUARD • 5-9 • HOT SPRINGS, ARK. • HOT SPRINGS (TYLER JC) Before UNO Set the National Junior College Athletic Association record for 3-pointers made in a game and was regarded as one of the top junior college Region XIV players at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas...averaged 12.5 points per game and shot 39.2 percent from long distance (87-of-222) in her second year at TJC in 2011-12...also shot 74.5 percent from the free throw line...hit at least two 3-pointers in 26 of the 33 games she played in and hit six 3-pointers against Angelina on Feb. 8 for a season-high 29 points...helped TJC reach the finals of the NJCAA Region XIV Tournament and finish with a 25-8 record...as a freshman, was named the NJCAA Player of the Week for the week of Dec. 8 after averaging 26.0 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals in two TJC wins...scored a careerhigh 41 points in a 96-92 win over Weatherford on Dec. 1, 2010, hitting 13-of-22 from 3-point range to set the NJCAA record for 3-pointers made in a game...played high school basketball for Hot Springs High School in Hot Springs, Ark., where she made the Class 5A (third-largest) All-State team as a senior in 2010.

PERSONAL Born June 22...daughter of Virginia Motley...majoring in physical education.

CASSE VAUGHN JUNIOR • FORWARD • 6-0 • LITTLE ROCK, ARK. • NORTH LITTLE ROCK (ARKANSAS BAPTIST) Before UNO Averaged 8.2 points and 5.1 rebounds in 30 games as a sophomore at Arkansas Baptist College in 2011-12...shot 41.0 percent from the field and helped the Buffaloes to a 22-9 record...started her collegiate career at Arkansas Tech University in 2010-11, where she helped the Golden Suns to the Division II Elite 8, appearing in 27 games and averaging 2.0 points and 2.0 rebounds per game…was a three-time Class 7A Central All-Conference selection and an all-state honoree as a senior at North Little Rock High School…was named to the Class 7A all-state tournament team as a junior in 2009 and an all-metro selection in 2010…averaged 12.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game as a senior and led the Charging Wildcats to a 31-0 record and the Arkansas Class 7A state championship…was selected to play in the All-Metro Classic All-Star Game, which she was named MVP of, and the AHSA All-Star basketball game…following her senior season, North Little Rock was ranked 15th in the ESPN Fab 50 High School poll…started her high school career at Parkview High School, where she started as a freshman and helped the team win the Class 6A state title. The Mavs

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KATE BAYES FRESHMAN • GUARD • 5-9 • NOVATO, CALIF. • SONOMA ACADEMY Before UNO Was named MVP of the North Central League II after leading Sonoma Academy to a 25-3 record...was also named The Press Democrat All-Empire Small-School Female Athlete of the Year for the third straight year…averaged 23.6 points and 10.4 rebounds per game...was a four-year letterwinner and two-year captain for the Coyotes…surpassed the 2,000 point mark in her career and was named first-team allleague and first-team all-Empire for the fourth straight year…in her junior season, averaged 21.0 points per game, 9.2 rebounds per game, 6.2 assists per game and 4.5 steals per game…scored a career-high 44 points in Sonoma Academy’s 62-51 win over Bentley…helped the Coyotes qualify for the Division V NorCal playoffs for the first time with a 25-6 final record…rated the 29th best prospect in Northern California by NorCalPreps.com...as a freshman, helped the Coyotes to the North Coast Section Division VI championship with a 26-3 record, scoring 30 points in Sonoma Academy’s 46-33 championship game win...played

AAU basketball with the Cal Ballaz under coach Leroy Hurt... was a four-year NCS scholar athlete…also starred on the Sonoma Academy soccer team, scoring more than 150 goals in her four years. PERSONAL Born Sept. 26, 1993 in St. Petersburg, Fla....daughter of Michael and Robyn Bayes...has two brothers, Stephen and Christopher...majoring in exercise science.

ALLISON JACKSON FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 6-0 • EL PASO, TEXAS • BURGES Before UNO Played at Burges High School in El Paso, Texas under coach Cynthia Hernandez...averaged 14.6 points and 8.8 rebounds per game as a senior and was a first-team all-state, firstteam all-district and second-team all-city selection by the El Paso Times...recorded seven 20-point games in her final season and helped the Mustangs finish 22-12 and advance to the Texas Class 4A playoffs, where they lost to the defending state champions by six points...missed her junior season due to injury...as a sophomore, was named All-District Newcomer of the Year and started on varsity... also played for Dedicated Athletic Girls, coached by Monica Massey...DAG produced three Division I prospects...posted a 40-5 summer record and got fourth place at the Super 64 Tournament in Dallas...was an honor roll member.

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PERSONAL Born Aug. 12, 1994...daughter of William and Irene Jackson... has two sisters, Renee and Grace...majoring in social work.

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Nov. 12 • Sapp Fieldhouse • 7 p.m.

LOUISIANA

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................................Kearney, Neb. Conference...............................................................MIAA Nickname...............................................................Lopers Facility (Capacity)............. Health & Sports Center (5,700) Website...........................................................lopers.com SID (Email).................. Peter Yazvac (yazvacpa@unk.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................. Greensboro, N.C. Conference.............................................................. MEAC Nickname...............................................................Aggies Facility (Capacity)............... Corbett Sports Center (5,700) Website................................................... ncataggies.com SID (Email).....................Kristin Pratt (kepratt@ncat.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...................................................... Lafayette, La. Conference..........................................................Sun Belt Nickname.....................................................Ragin’ Cajuns Facility (Capacity).............................Cajundome (11,550) Website.................................................. ragincajuns.com SID (Email)............Traci Bode (traci.bode@louisiana.edu)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................Kevin Chaney Alma Mater.................................. San Diego State (1979) Record at School......................................21-33 (3rd year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants..................................................... Mia Johnson 2011-12 Record.........................................................8-19 Conference Record (Finish).............................8-14 (12th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................6/5

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.............................................Tarrell Robinson Alma Mater.............................North Carolina A&T (2001) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants....... Laphelia Doss, Franklin Scott, Shavon Earp 2011-12 Record.......................................................15-16 Conference Record (Finish).................................9-7 (5th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................12/4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach............................................. Garry Brodhead Alma Mater............................................Louisiana (1980) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants....Sallie Guillory, Deacon Jones, Jennifer Sullivan 2011-12 Record.........................................................7-23 Conference Record (Finish)......................1-15 (6th, West) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................5/9

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................ UNK leads 19-9 at UNO..................................................... UNK leads 10-8 Last Time.....................UNK 87-79 (Nov. 17, 2008 at UNK)

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................... First Meeting

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record......................................Louisiana leads 1-0 at UNO........................................................ First Meeting Last Time.......Louisiana 62-60 (OT) (Feb. 20, 2012 at ULL)

NORTHERN ARIZONA

SAINT LOUIS

SW MINNESOTA STATE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.....................................................Flagstaff, Ariz. Conference............................................................Big Sky Nickname..................................................... Lumberjacks Facility (Capacity)......................Walkup Skydome (3,300) Website................................................. nauathletics.com SID (Email)............... Steve Shaff (steven.shaff@nau.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................St. Louis, Mo. Conference...................................................... Atlantic 10 Nickname............................................................Billikens Facility (Capacity)........................Chaifetz Arena (10,600) Website...................................................slubillikens.com SID (Email)................Mickey Smith (msmit145@slu.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...................................................Marshall, Minn. Conference........ Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Nickname..........................................................Mustangs Facility (Capacity).......Recreation/Athletic Facility (4,000) Website.............................................smsumustangs.com SID (Email)..................... Kelly Loft (kelly.loft@smsu.edu)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................... Sue Darling Alma Mater...............................................Arizona (1983) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record......................................... 12-70 (4th year) Assistants....Jamie Shadian, Robyne Bostick, Karlie Burris 2011-12 Record.........................................................9-20 Conference Record (Finish)...............................4-12 (8th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................10/4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach...................................................... Lisa Stone Alma Mater................................................... Iowa (1984) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record....................................503-237 (27th year) Assistants....Barb Smith (Associate), Amy Stephens, Lou DiFeo 2011-12 Record.......................................................11-20 Conference Record (Finish)..........................4-10 (T-10th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................9/2

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................ Allison Kruger Alma Mater..............................Nebraska-Kearney (2004) Record at School......................................13-39 (3rd year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants.......Megan Doyle, Clare Duwelius, Micha Mims 2011-12 Record.........................................................6-20 Conference Record (Finish).............................5-17 (13th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................8/3

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SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record....................................Saint Louis leads 1-0 at UNO........................................................ First Meeting Last Time...Saint Louis 81-54 (Jan. 3, 2012 at Saint Louis)

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record..........Southwest Minnesota State leads 3-2 at UNO.......................................................UNO leads 1-0 Last Time.......................UNO 78-66 (Jan. 9, 2007 at UNO)

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TULSA

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location.................................................. Arlington, Texas Conference...........................Western Athletic Conference Nickname..........................................................Mavericks Facility (Capacity)...................College Park Center (7,000) Website.......................................................utamavs.com SID (Email)................Melissa Cebold (mcebold@uta.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................................... Tulsa, Okla. Conference.............................................. Conference USA Nickname..............................................Golden Hurricane Facility (Capacity).......Donald W. Reynolds Center (8,355) Website..............................................tulsahurricane.com SID (Email)....Stephanie Hall (stephanie-hall@utulsa.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................................... Chicago, Ill. Conference...............................................Horizon League Nickname.......................................................... Ramblers Facility........................................................Gentile Arena Website............................................. loyolaramblers.com SID (Email).........................Leo Krause (lkrause@luc.edu)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.........................................Samantha Morrow Alma Mater...................................Texas Wesleyan (1981) Record at School..................................... 70-79 (6th year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants.................. Karen Blair, Kris Wood, Brion Raven 2011-12 Record.........................................................7-21 Conference Record (Finish).................... 5-11 (Southland) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................11/1

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.......................................... Matilda Mossman Alma Mater...............................Western Kentucky (1979) Record at School.....................................13-15 (2nd year) Career Record....................................163-110 (11th year) Assistants......... Britney Brown, Fred Castro, Shane Coffey 2011-12 Record.......................................................13-15 Conference Record (Finish).................................8-8 (6th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................9/4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................. Eric Simpson Alma Mater.....................................Northwestern (1994) Record at School..................................... 40-51 (4th year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Associate Head Coach................................... Brent Brown Assistants....................... Keisha Collins, Lindsay Schrader 2011-12 Record.......................................................13-17 Conference Record (Finish)........................................8-10 NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................11/2

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record..............................................UNO leads 1-0 at UNO........................................................ First Meeting Last Time........UNO 60-52 (Jan. 24, 2012 at UT Arlington)

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record.............................................Tulsa leads 1-0 at UNO........................................................ First Meeting Last Time...................Tulsa 68-60 (Dec. 28, 2011 at Tulsa)

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record.............................Loyola-Chicago leads 1-0 at UNO........................................................ First Meeting Last Time.....Loyola-Chicago 69-57 (Dec. 18, 2011 at ULC)

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COLLEGE OF ST. MARY

KANSAS CITY

GENERAL INFORMATION Location....................................................Pine Bluff, Ark. Conference.................................... Southwestern Athletic Nickname.....................................................Golden Lions Facility (Capacity)...............H.O. Clemmons Arena (4,500) Website...............................................uapblionsroar.com SID (Email)........ Edrin Nicholson (nicholsone@uapb.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................Omaha, Neb. Conference................Midlands Collegiate Athletic (NAIA) Nickname.............................................................. Flames Facility................................................Lied Fitness Center Website....................................................csmflames.com SID (Email)....................... Shad Beam (sbeam@csm.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..................................................Kansas City, Mo. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname.........................................................Kangaroos Facility (Capacity).......Swinney Recreation Center (1,500) Website............................................umkckangaroos.com SID (Email)..................... Nik Busch (buschns@umkc.edu)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................... Nate Kilbert Alma Mater.......................Mississippi Valley State (1987) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record....................................111-156 (10th year) Assistants................................................................... N/A 2011-12 Record.........................................................1-25 Conference Record (Finish)........................................1-14 NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................6/8

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................Chuck Brewer Alma Mater................................................. Mount Marty Record at School..................................... 52-70 (4th year) Career Record..................................... 128-103 (7th year) Assistants.............................. Terra Moyers, Terry Schrank 2011-12 Record.......................................................22-11 Conference Record (Finish)................................ 9-5 (2nd) Postseason Finish................. NAIA Division II Round of 32 Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................6/3

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..................................................Marsha Frese Alma Mater.................................................... Rice (1995) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Associate Head Coach.................................Bruce Erickson Assistants......................Meredith Doyle, Danielle Gratton 2011-12 Record.......................................................22-12 Conference Record (Finish)...............................11-7 (4th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................6/8

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SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................UNO leads 25-1 at UNO.....................................................UNO leads 24-1 Last Time.......................UNO 88-49 (Dec. 7, 2011 at UNO)

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................UMKC leads 3-1 at UMKC...................................................UMKC leads 3-0 at UNO.......................................................UNO leads 1-0 Last Time................ UMKC 74-64 (Jan. 11, 2012 at UMKC)

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Dec. 17 • Pine Bluff, Ark. • 6 p.m.

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OAKLAND

FORT WAYNE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................... Vermillion, S.D. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname............................................................. Coyotes Facility (Capacity).......................... DakotaDome (10,000) Website................................................... usdcoyotes.com SID (Email).....................Jarrod Tell (jarrod.tell@usd.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................. Rochester, Mich. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname................................................ Golden Grizzlies Facility (Capacity)..........................Athletics Center O’rena Website....................................................ougrizzlies.com SID (Email)........ Scott Dunford (wsdunfor@oakland.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..................................................Fort Wayne, Ind. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname........................................................Mastodons Facility (Capacity)......Hilliard Gates Sports Center (2,000) Website............................................... gomastodons.com SID (Email)....................... Kit Stetzel (stetzelc@ipfw.edu)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................ Beckie Francis Alma Mater...............................................Colgate (1987) Record at School................................218-142 (13th year) Career Record......................................................236-178 Associate Head Coach....................................Eric Stephan Assistants....................................Katie Trolla, Anne Hafeli 2011-12 Record.......................................................11-17 Conference Record (Finish)............................7-11 (T-6th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................8/4

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.......................................................Chris Paul Alma Mater...........................................St. Francis (1994) Record at School....................................81-119 (8th year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants.................................... Kip Miller, Caren Fiorillo 2011-12 Record.........................................................9-21 Conference Record (Finish)...............................6-12 (9th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................8/5

Dec. 30 • Vermillion, S.D. • 2 p.m. Feb. 28 • Sapp Fieldhouse • 7 p.m.

Jan. 3 • Sapp Fieldhouse • 7 p.m. Feb. 2 • Rochester, Mich. • 1 p.m. CT

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................Amy Williams Alma Mater............................................ Nebraska (1998) Record at School..........................................0-0 (1st year) Career Record......................................... 97-65 (6th year) Assistants........Ryan Larsen, Brooke Atkinson, Chuck Love 2011-12 Record.........................................................23-8 Conference Record (Finish)................................12-6 (3rd) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................8/3 SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record..........................................UNO leads 34-33 at South Dakota.......................South Dakota leads 21-13 at UNO...................................................UNO leads 21-12 Last Time......... South Dakota 58-38 (Feb. 7, 2012 at USD)

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IUPUI

WESTERN ILLINOIS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location................................................Indianapolis, Ind. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname............................................................. Jaguars Facility (Capacity)................................The Jungle (1,215) Website...................................................... iupuijags.com SID (Email).................... John Berry (jmberry@iupui.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................................Macomb, Ill. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname...................................... Fighting Leathernecks Facility (Cap.).... Waste Management Court at Western Hall (5,139) Website............................................ goleathernecks.com SID (Email)..... Patrick Osterman (pr-osterman@wiu.edu)

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Jan. 12 • Macomb, Ill. • 4:30 p.m. Feb. 7 • Sapp Fieldhouse • 7 p.m.

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach............................................Austin Parkinson Alma Mater................................................Purdue (2004) Record at School......................................17-43 (3rd year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Associate Head Coach..................................... Alex Mislan Assistants...............................Stan Benge, Ashley Barlow 2011-12 Record.......................................................13-19 Conference Record (Finish)............................7-11 (T-6th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................10/3 SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................... First Meeting Introduction

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach....................................................J.D. Gravina Alma Mater........................William Jewell College (2000) Record at School.....................................12-19 (2nd Year) Career Record........................................125-80 (8th year) Assistants........Seth Minter, Kerry Juhlin, Tiffany Coppage 2011-12 Record.......................................................12-19 Conference Record (Finish)............................7-11 (T-6th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................8/5 SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record....................................................... Tied 1-1 at WIU........................................................UNO leads 1-0 at UNO......................................Western Illinois leads 1-0 Last Time....Western Illinois 70-59 (Jan. 30, 2012 at WIU)

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Jan. 5 • Sapp Fieldhouse • 2 p.m. Jan. 31 • Fort Wayne, Ind. • 6 p.m. CT

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................... First Meeting

CHICAGO STATE Jan. 17 • Chicago, Ill. • 7 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................................... Chicago, Ill. Conference...................................................... Great West Nickname.............................................................Cougars Facility (Capacity)....Emil & Patricia Jones Convocation Center (7,000) Website............................................... gocsucougars.com SID (Email)..............Derrick Sloboda (dsloboda@csu.edu) TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.............................................. Angela Jackson Alma Mater..................................... Old Dominion (1991) Record at School................................116-150 (10th year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants...................... Renada Blackburn, Gwen Burton 2011-12 Record.........................................................6-24 Conference Record (Finish).................................4-6 (5th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost.....................................7/3 SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................... First Meeting

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INDIANA DABNEY Jan. 19 • Hammond, Ind. • 2 p.m. CT

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach...............................................Tommie Posely Alma Mater................................................................ N/A Record at School......................................................... N/A Career Record............................................................. N/A Assistants................................................................... N/A 2011-12 Record.......................................................... N/A Conference Record (Finish)......................................... N/A Postseason Finish....................................................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost.................................... N/A SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record............................................... First Meeting

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................... Fargo, N.D. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname.................................................................Bison Facility (Capacity)................... Bison Sports Arena (5,830) Website........................................................gobison.com SID (Email).........Jeff Schwartz (jeff.schwartz@ndsu.edu)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location....................................................Brookings, S.D. Conference........................................The Summit League Nickname........................................................Jackrabbits Facility (Capacity)............................... Frost Arena (6,500) Website.........................................................gojacks.com SID (Email)............Jason Hove (jason.hove@sdstate.edu)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach...............................................Carolyn DeHoff Alma Mater......................................Arizona State (1991) Record at School..................................... 56-62 (5th year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants.... Tom Goehle, Deanne Stevenson, Keith Dickhudt 2011-12 Record.......................................................11-20 Conference Record (Finish)...............................8-10 (5th) NCAA Postseason Finish...........................................None Starters Returning/Lost...............................................4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................12/3

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..............................................Aaron Johnston Alma Mater.............................Gustavus Adolphus (1996) Record at School..................................290-99 (14th year) Career Record.......................................................... Same Assistants...............Katie Falco, Mike Jewett, Carissa Nord 2011-12 Record.........................................................24-9 Conference Record (Finish)........................................16-2 NCAA Postseason Finish....First Round (L, vs. Purdue, 83-68) Starters Returning/Lost...............................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost...................................11/2

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record...................North Dakota State leads 42-10 at UNO...................................................NDSU leads 21-5 at NDSU..................................................NDSU leads 21-4 Last Time...................NDSU 94-69 (Feb. 21, 2004 at UNO)

SERIES HISTORY WITH UNO Series Record..........................................UNO leads 30-28 at UNO...................................................UNO leads 17-12 at SDSU.................................................SDSU leads 16-11 Last Time................... SDSU 97-61 (Feb. 27, 2004 at UNO)

Jan. 24 • Sapp Fieldhouse • 7 p.m. Feb. 23 • Fargo, N.D. • 7 p.m.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...................................................Hammond, Ind. Conference................................................................. N/A Nickname.................................................................Lions Facility (Capacity)....................................................... N/A Website.......................................... indianagraduate.com SID (Email)................................................................. N/A

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2011-12 SEASON RESULTS Record ALL GAMES

Overall Home Away Neutral 15-12 9-3 5-9 1-0

Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Att.

High Scorer

Top Rebounder

11/11/11

vs Western State

W

72-59

178

(24)Frauendorfer, Paige

(12)Frauendorfer, Paige

11/12/11

at Metro State

L

61-64

307

(22)Nash, Jamie

(7)Nash, Jamie

11/15/11

UPPER IOWA

W

70-57

527

(15)Frauendorfer, Paige

(9)Frauendorfer, Paige

11/23/11

at Kentucky

L

48-81

4058

(12)Frauendorfer, Paige

(6)Frauendorfer, Paige

11/26/11

at West Virginia State

W

68-59

71

(12)Pohl, Heather

(10)Gebers, Stacia

(12)Frauendorfer, Paige

(12)Gebers, Stacia

(12)Nash, Jamie

11/27/11

at Marshall

L

48-54

388

(11)Pohl, Heather

(11)Frauendorfer, Paige

12/1/11

YORK

W

80-37

206

(17)Frauendorfer, Paige

(12)Frauendorfer, Paige

12/3/11

BRIAR CLIFF

W

63-47

188

(18)Gebers, Stacia

(12)Frauendorfer, Paige

(18)Frauendorfer, Paige

12/7/11

COLLEGE OF ST. MARY

W

88-49

302

(24)Woodring, Amanda

(15)Frauendorfer, Paige

12/10/11

NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE

Wot

72-70

817

(21)Nash, Jamie

(14)Frauendorfer, Paige

12/18/11

at Loyola

L

57-69

195

(18)Frauendorfer, Paige

(10)Pohl, Heather

(18)Pohl, Heather

12/20/11

at Western Illinois

W

65-58

278

(17)Nash, Jamie

(11)Pohl, Heather

12/28/11

at Tulsa

L

60-68

857

(13)Pohl, Heather

(8)Pohl, Heather

12/31/11

MISSOURI WESTERN

W

64-62

412

(23)Cox, Cathleen

(10)Frauendorfer, Paige

1/3/12

at Saint Louis

L

54-81

121

(12)Nash, Jamie

(12)Frauendorfer, Paige

1/7/12

CORNELL

L

51-63

331

(13)Nash, Jamie

(10)Frauendorfer, Paige

1/9/12

DALLAS CHRISTIAN

W

84-33

115

(15)Woodring, Amanda

(11)Pohl, Heather

1/11/12

at UMKC

L

64-74

424

(19)Nash, Jamie

(6)Frauendorfer, Paige

1/15/12

at Sioux Falls

W

74-61

567

(18)Pohl, Heather

(9)Pohl, Heather

(9)Frauendorfer, Paige

1/19/12

(10)Frauendorfer, Paige

CONCORDIA

L

60-68

273

(14)Nash, Jamie

(14)Frauendorfer, Paige

1/24/12

at UT Arlington

W

60-52

307

(17)Nash, Jamie

(9)Kelly, Taijhe

1/30/12

WESTERN ILLINOIS

L

59-70

431

(23)Pohl, Heather

(11)Frauendorfer, Paige

2/2/12

SIOUX FALLS

W

69-68

327

(20)Cox, Cathleen

(9)Frauendorfer, Paige

2/7/12

at South Dakota

L

38-58

832

(10)Pohl, Heather

(8)Kelly, Taijhe

2/10/12

DAKOTA WESLEYAN

W

68-54

548

(25)Nash, Jamie

(11)Gebers, Stacia

2/18/12

at New Orleans

W

88-57

150

(26)Frauendorfer, Paige

(18)Kelly, Taijhe

2/20/12

at Louisiana

Lot

60-62

202

(16)Pohl, Heather

(15)Kelly, Taijhe

Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

Introduction

Games 12 14 1 27

Totals 4477 8757 178 13412

Coaches

Avg./Game 373 626 178 497

The Mavs

2011-12 YEAR IN REVIEW • The Mavs finished 15-12 in their first Division I season. The 15 wins was the most for UNO since 2008-09. • Paige Frauendorfer led UNO with 13.1 points and 9.1 rebounds per game. She also had 10 double-doubles. • UNO went 2-10 in games against Division I teams, beating Western Illinois 65-58 and UT Arlington 60-52. • Jamie Nash averaged 4.1 steals per game to rank second in the nation. She also had 166 assists, the highest total in a single season in school history. • The Mavs went 9-3 at home for a .750 winning percentage, their highest since 2005-06. Opponents

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2011-12 OVERALL STATISTICS OVERALL: 15-12 (Home: 9-3; Away: 5-9; Neutral: 1-0)

Player

GP-GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct OReb DReb Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

14 Frauendorfer, Paige 27-27 992 36.7 139 309 .450 14 38 .368 62 82 .756 10 Nash, Jamie 27-24 972 36.0 124 300 .413 24 81 .296 77 110 .700 30 Pohl, Heather 27-27 830 30.7 91 235 .387 56 155 .361 41 44 .932 21 Gebers, Stacia 27-27 711 26.3 75 180 .417 3 15 .200 46 60 .767 23 Cox, Cathleen 27-3 571 21.1 74 223 .332 21 75 .280 18 24 .750 20 Woodring, Amanda 25-0 262 10.5 33 77 .429 26 65 .400 1 4 .250 01 Huddlin, Rese 23-14 318 13.8 33 75 .440 0 0 .000 19 31 .613 42 Liepa, Zenta 25-11 330 13.2 36 94 .383 1 1 1.000 17 40 .425 45 Kelly, Taijhe 26-2 364 14.0 41 96 .427 0 0 .000 11 22 .500 32 Zaruba, Jessica 15-0 100 6.7 5 15 .333 1 6 .167 5 6 .833 TM TEAM Total 27 651 1604 .406 146 436 .335 297 423 .702 Opponents 27 569 1663 .342 186 659 .282 311 450 .691

65 182 247 9.1 47 0 68 84 17 66 354 13.1 23 93 116 4.3 57 0 166 152 0 110 349 12.9 55 129 184 6.8 44 0 35 65 5 16 279 10.3 55 80 135 5.0 59 0 17 54 13 24 199 7.4 17 55 72 2.7 57 0 32 87 2 24 187 6.9 8 29 37 1.5 13 0 16 15 3 10 93 3.7 40 36 76 3.3 50 1 12 33 0 18 85 3.7 26 38 64 2.6 40 0 13 41 1 11 90 3.6 45 58 103 4.0 42 1 11 36 43 5 93 3.6 7 23 30 2.0 5 0 4 6 0 5 16 1.1 51 72 123 4.6 7 392 795 1187 44.0 414 2 374 580 84 289 1745 64.6 373 629 1002 37.1 412 - 357 483 80 286 1635 60.6

2011-12 Game-by-Game UNO/Opponent Comparison Opponent

1st

Western State

36/25 36/34

2nd

Score Mar Total FG 72-59

+13 27-54/20-60 .500/.333 6-13/7-33 .462/.212 12-19/12-16 .632/.750

FG Pct

3-Pointers 3FG Pct

Free Throws FT Pct

45/32 +13 19/13 27/19 4/3 13/8 21/20

Metro State

27/30 34/34

61-64

(3)

33/49 (16) 12/13 16/14 3/4 10/2 15/13

UPPER IOWA

38/28 32/29

70-57

+13 30-63/19-53 .476/.358 2-13/8-24 .154/.333 8-12/11-21 .667/.524

44/28 +16 16/11 19/18 5/1 14/13 15/9

Kentucky

19/45 29/36

48-81

(33)

19-40/33-79 .475/.418 4-11/4-22 .364/.182 6-10/11-25 .600/.440

29/44 (15) 6/15 42/14 6/3 4/19 19/15

West Virginia State

27/30 41/29

68-59

+9

24-61/20-58 .393/.345 3-11/9-31 .273/.290 17-23/10-17 .739/.588

41/42 (1)

15/14 22/31 7/10 20/16 16/20

Marshall

21/31 27/23

48-54

(6)

13-43/16-52 .302/.308 4-19/4-10 .211/.400 18-24/18-28 .750/.643

37/38 (1)

10/11 28/22 1/1 12/18 21/22

YORK

45/13 35/24

80-37

+43 36-75/15-52 .480/.288 2-12/6-25 .167/.240 6-12/1-2

.500/.500

58/24 +34 20/7 24/30 3/1 22/6 5/10

BRIAR CLIFF

44/35 +9 19/12 26/27 3/4 18/14 12/12

21-50/22-70 .420/.314 8-15/6-20 .533/.300 11-18/14-17 .611/.824

Rebs Mar Assist TO

Blk Steal Fouls

39/26 24/21

63-47

+16 28-63/18-59 .444/.305 3-18/7-26 .167/.269 4-5/4-9

.800/.444

COLLEGE OF ST. MARY 44/25 44/24

88-49

+39 35-68/17-66 .515/.258 12-25/11-43 .480/.256 6-12/4-4

.500/1.000 54/32 +22 26/14 21/24 4/1 14/8 5/11

NW MISSOURI STATE

36/35 28/29

72-70

+2

26-67/24-62 .388/.387 10-23/5-19 .435/.263 10-16/17-22 .625/.773

54/30 +24 16/17 27/16 1/3 9/17 17/15

Loyola

20/33 37/36

57-69

(12)

20-63/24-64 .317/.375 6-18/3-11 .333/.273 11-13/18-25 .846/.720

41/47 (6)

Western Illinois

25/29 40/29

65-58

+7

22-57/21-80 .386/.263 1-8/7-28

54/48 +6 6/15 23/16 3/1 11/9 20/22

Tulsa

20/31 40/37

60-68

(8)

22-60/24-57 .367/.421 10-18/3-8 .556/.375 6-9/17-23

.667/.739

37/39 (2)

MISSOURI WESTERN

41/32 23/30

64-62

+2

28-59/18-62 .475/.290 4-14/7-33 .286/.212 4-8/19-22

.500/.864

41/39 +2 11/15 22/19 3/3 12/13 21/13

Saint Louis

23/29 31/52

54-81

(27)

19-61/31-72 .311/.431 3-19/7-17 .158/.412 13-18/12-18 .722/.667

42/47 (5)

11/24 27/20 1/5 12/12 16/17

CORNELL

26/34 25/29

51-63

(12)

21-60/25-57 .350/.439 3-17/12-29 .176/.414 6-10/1-2

.600/.500

35/39 (4)

12/18 17/19 2/3 10/11 9/13

DALLAS CHRISTIAN

45/16 39/17

84-33

+51 33-64/10-48 .516/.208 8-18/5-28 .444/.179 10-15/8-9

.667/.889

56/17 +39 26/7 16/17 2/4 11/7 10/9

UMKC

31/34 33/40

64-74

(10)

Sioux Falls

39/33 35/28

74-61

+13 25-60/23-59 .417/.390 7-15/10-35 .467/.286 17-19/5-8

CONCORDIA

31/37 29/31

60-68

UT Arlington

28/26 32/26

60-52

WESTERN ILLINOIS

27/38 32/32

SIOUX FALLS

37/28 32/40

South Dakota

8/23

DAKOTA WESLEYAN New Orleans Louisiana

.125/.250 20-26/9-15 .769/.600

22-50/26-63 .440/.413 8-19/8-25 .421/.320 12-16/14-21 .750/.667

11/14 16/11 2/6 9/9 21/16 17/14 23/19 1/4 12/9 15/15

37/32 +5 11/19 25/12 5/0 5/17 17/15

.895/.625

41/30 +11 11/8 14/16 0/0 7/5 12/16

(8)

21-46/22-61 .457/.361 2-16/9-23 .125/.391 16-27/15-22 .593/.682

40/32 +8 11/9 29/16 2/0 9/18 14/23

+8

22-59/17-56 .373/.304 4-16/5-14 .250/.357 12-14/13-20 .857/.650

42/41 +1 10/9 16/18 4/4 11/7 18/15

59-70

(11)

20-68/25-64 .294/.391 9-23/8-26 .391/.308 10-13/12-20 .769/.600

44/50 (6)

69-68

+1

26-65/22-62 .400/.355 5-13/9-31 .385/.290 12-15/15-22 .800/.682

44/39 +5 9/14 15/12 2/7 9/6 18/17

30/35

38-58

(20)

13-56/20-71 .232/.282 3-17/3-27 .176/.111 9-10/15-17 .900/.882

43/53 (10) 5/13 18/10 3/7 7/5 17/9

36/34 32/20

68-54

+14 25-64/18-52 .391/.346 8-18/13-30 .444/.433 10-16/5-8

.625/.625

49/28 +21 17/16 14/16 0/3 12/9 13/17

45/25 43/32

88-57

+31 32-68/18-61 .471/.295 5-13/5-21 .385/.238 19-25/16-18 .760/.889

58/27 +31 21/8 13/10 5/0 6/7 16/20

25/18 32/39

60-62

(2)

44/40 +4 13/12 26/23 5/2 3/13 14/19

21-60/21-63 .350/.333 6-14/5-20 .429/.250 12-18/15-19 .667/.789

13/15 14/14 7/0 7/8 17/9

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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2011-12 GAME HIGHS Opponent Date Score W/L POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS vs Western State 11/11/11 72-59 W 24-Frauendorfer, Paige 12-Frauendorfer, Paige 10-Nash, Jamie 6-Nash, Jamie 2-Frauendorfer, Paige at Metro State 11/12/11 61-64 L 22-Nash, Jamie 7-Nash, Jamie 8-Nash, Jamie 5-Frauendorfer, Paige 2-Kelly, Taijhe UPPER IOWA 11/15/11 70-57 W 15-Frauendorfer, Paige 9-Frauendorfer, Paige 7-Nash, Jamie 9-Nash, Jamie 2-Woodring, Amanda Kelly, Taijhe at Kentucky 11/23/11 48-81 L 12-Frauendorfer, Paige 6-Frauendorfer, Paige 2-Frauendorfer, Paige 2-Frauendorfer, Paige 4-Kelly, Taijhe Pohl, Heather at West Virginia State 11/26/11 68-59 W 12-Nash, Jamie 10-Gebers, Stacia 8-Nash, Jamie 6-Frauendorfer, Paige 3-Pohl, Heather Gebers, Stacia Frauendorfer, Paige Pohl, Heather at Marshall 11/27/11 48-54 L 11-Pohl, Heather 11-Frauendorfer, Paige 5-Nash, Jamie 7-Nash, Jamie 1-Kelly, Taijhe YORK 12/1/11 80-37 W 17-Frauendorfer, Paige 12-Frauendorfer, Paige 7-Nash, Jamie 7-Nash, Jamie 1-Kelly, Taijhe Frauendorfer, Paige Gebers, Stacia BRIAR CLIFF 12/3/11 63-47 W 18-Frauendorfer, Paige 12-Frauendorfer, Paige 8-Nash, Jamie 6-Frauendorfer, Paige 2-Kelly, Taijhe Gebers, Stacia COLLEGE OF ST. MARY 12/7/11 88-49 W 24-Woodring, Amanda 15-Frauendorfer, Paige 8-Nash, Jamie 5-Nash, Jamie 3-Kelly, Taijhe NW MISSOURI STATE 12/10/11 72-70 WOT 21-Nash, Jamie 14-Frauendorfer, Paige 11-Nash, Jamie 5-Nash, Jamie 1-Gebers, Stacia at Loyola 12/18/11 57-69 L 18-Pohl, Heather 10-Pohl, Heather 4-Cox, Cathleen 3-Frauendorfer, Paige 2-Kelly, Taijhe Frauendorfer, Paige at Western Illinois 12/20/11 65-58 W 17-Nash, Jamie 11-Pohl, Heather 3-Nash, Jamie 3-Frauendorfer, Paige 1-Frauendorfer, Paige Nash, Jamie Kelly, Taijhe Pohl, Heather at Tulsa 12/28/11 60-68 L 13-Pohl, Heather 8-Pohl, Heather 10-Nash, Jamie 7-Nash, Jamie 1-Frauendorfer, Paige MISSOURI WESTERN 12/31/11 64-62 W 23-Cox, Cathleen 10-Frauendorfer, Paige 7-Nash, Jamie 5-Nash, Jamie 2-Kelly, Taijhe at Saint Louis 1/3/12 54-81 L 12-Nash, Jamie 12-Frauendorfer, Paige 3-Nash, Jamie 7-Nash, Jamie 1-Frauendorfer, Paige Frauendorfer, Paige CORNELL 1/7/12 51-63 L 13-Nash, Jamie 10-Frauendorfer, Paige 7-Nash, Jamie 5-Frauendorfer, Paige 1-Gebers, Stacia Frauendorfer, Paige DALLAS CHRISTIAN 1/9/12 84-33 W 15-Woodring, Amanda 11-Pohl, Heather 6-Nash, Jamie 3-Huddlin, Rese 2-Kelly, Taijhe at UMKC 1/11/12 64-74 L 19-Nash, Jamie 6-Frauendorfer, Paige 6-Nash, Jamie 2-Frauendorfer, Paige 3-Kelly, Taijhe Nash, Jamie at Sioux Falls 1/15/12 74-61 W 18-Pohl, Heather 9-Frauendorfer, Paige 8-Nash, Jamie 3-Frauendorfer, Paige None Pohl, Heather CONCORDIA 1/19/12 60-68 L 14-Frauendorfer, Paige 10-Frauendorfer, Paige 4-Nash, Jamie 3-Nash, Jamie 1-Kelly, Taijhe Nash, Jamie Frauendorfer, Paige at UT Arlington 1/24/12 60-52 W 17-Nash, Jamie 9-Kelly, Taijhe 5-Nash, Jamie 6-Nash, Jamie 3-Kelly, Taijhe WESTERN ILLINOIS 1/30/12 59-70 L 23-Pohl, Heather 11-Frauendorfer, Paige 7-Nash, Jamie 4-Nash, Jamie 4-Kelly, Taijhe SIOUX FALLS 2/2/12 69-68 W 20-Cox, Cathleen 9-Frauendorfer, Paige 4-Nash, Jamie 5-Nash, Jamie 2-Kelly, Taijhe at South Dakota 2/7/12 38-58 L 10-Pohl, Heather 8-Kelly, Taijhe 2-Nash, Jamie 2-Nash, Jamie 3-Kelly, Taijhe Woodring, Amanda DAKOTA WESLEYAN 2/10/12 68-54 W 25-Nash, Jamie 11-Gebers, Stacia 5-Nash, Jamie 3-Nash, Jamie None Pohl, Heather at New Orleans 02/18/12 88-57 W 26-Frauendorfer, Paige 18-Kelly, Taijhe 7-Nash, Jamie 3-Woodring, Amanda 3-Kelly, Taijhe at Louisiana 2/20/12 60-62 LOT 16-Pohl, Heather 15-Kelly, Taijhe 7-Nash, Jamie 1-Nash, Jamie 2-Gebers, Stacia Pohl, Heather Kelly, Taijhe Frauendorfer, Paige

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CATEGORY LEADERS

POINTS Paige Frauendorfer Jamie Nash Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Cathleen Cox

G Pts Pts/G 27 354 13.1 27 349 12.9 27 279 10.3 27 199 7.4 27 187 6.9

3-POINT FGS MADE Heather Pohl Amanda Woodring Jamie Nash Cathleen Cox Paige Frauendorfer

G 27 25 27 27 27

Made 56 26 24 21 14

Made/G 2.1 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.5

STEALS Jamie Nash Paige Frauendorfer Cathleen Cox Stacia Gebers Rese Huddlin

G 27 27 27 27 23

No. S/G 110 4.1 66 2.4 24 0.9 24 0.9 18 0.8

SCORING AVERAGE Paige Frauendorfer Jamie Nash Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Cathleen Cox

G 27 27 27 27 27

Pts 354 349 279 199 187

Avg/G 13.1 12.9 10.3 7.4 6.9

FT PERCENTAGE Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Paige Frauendorfer Cathleen Cox Jamie Nash

FT 41 46 62 18 77

ATT 44 60 82 24 110

Pct .932 .767 .756 .750 .700

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Paige Frauendorfer Stacia Gebers Heather Pohl Taijhe Kelly Rese Huddlin

G 27 27 27 26 23

No. 65 55 55 45 40

Avg/G 2.4 2.0 2.0 1.7 1.7

FG PERCENTAGE Paige Frauendorfer Rese Huddlin Amanda Woodring Taijhe Kelly Stacia Gebers

FG 139 33 33 41 75

ATT 309 75 77 96 180

Pct .450 .440 .429 .427 .417

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Jamie Nash Paige Frauendorfer Stacia Gebers Heather Pohl Liepa, Zenta

G 27 27 27 27 25

Att 110 82 60 44 40

Att/G 4.1 3.0 2.2 1.6 1.6

DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Paige Frauendorfer Heather Pohl Jamie Nash Stacia Gebers Taijhe Kelly

G 27 27 27 27 26

No. 182 129 93 80 58

Avg/G 6.7 4.8 3.4 3.0 2.2

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Paige Frauendorfer Jamie Nash Heather Pohl Cathleen Cox Stacia Gebers

G 27 27 27 27 27

Att 309 300 235 223 180

Att/G 11.4 11.1 8.7 8.3 6.7

FREE THROWS MADE Jamie Nash Paige Frauendorfer Stacia Gebers Heather Pohl Rese Huddlin

G 27 27 27 27 23

Made 77 62 46 41 19

Made/G 2.9 2.3 1.7 1.5 0.8

BLOCKED SHOTS Taijhe Kelly Paige Frauendorfer Stacia Gebers Heather Pohl Amanda Woodring

G 26 27 27 27 25

No. 43 17 13 5 3

Blk/G 1.7 0.6 0.5 0.2 0.1

FIELD GOALS MADE Paige Frauendorfer Jamie Nash Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Cathleen Cox

G 27 27 27 27 27

Made 139 124 91 75 74

Made/G 5.1 4.6 3.4 2.8 2.7

REBOUNDS Paige Frauendorfer Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Jamie Nash Taijhe Kelly

G 27 27 27 27 26

Reb Reb/G 247 9.1 184 6.8 135 5.0 116 4.3 103 4.0

MINUTES Paige Frauendorfer Jamie Nash Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Cathleen Cox

G 27 27 27 27 27

No. Min/G 992 36.7 972 36.0 830 30.7 711 26.3 571 21.1

3-POINT PERCENTAGE Amanda Woodring Paige Frauendorfer Heather Pohl Jamie Nash Cathleen Cox

3FG 26 14 56 24 21

ATT 65 38 155 81 75

Pct .400 .368 .361 .296 .280

REBOUND AVERAGE Paige Frauendorfer Heather Pohl Stacia Gebers Jamie Nash Taijhe Kelly

G 27 27 27 27 26

Reb 247 184 135 116 103

FOULS Stacia Gebers Jamie Nash Cathleen Cox Rese Huddlin Paige Frauendorfer

G 27 27 27 23 27

No. Per/G 59 2.2 57 2.1 57 2.1 50 2.2 47 1.7

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS Heather Pohl Jamie Nash Cathleen Cox Amanda Woodring Paige Frauendorfer

G 27 27 27 25 27

Att 155 81 75 65 38

Att/G 5.7 3.0 2.8 2.6 1.4

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G 27 27 27 27 27

No. A/G 166 6.1 68 2.5 35 1.3 32 1.2 17 0.6

FOULOUTS Taijhe Kelly Rese Huddlin

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2011-12 GAME-BY-GAME POINTS-REBOUNDS-ASSISTS Opponent vs Western State at Metro State UPPER IOWA at Kentucky at West Virginia State at Marshall YORK BRIAR CLIFF COLLEGE OF ST. MARY NW MISSOURI STATE at Loyola at Western Illinois at Tulsa MISSOURI WESTERN at Saint Louis CORNELL DALLAS CHRISTIAN at UMKC at Sioux Falls CONCORDIA at UT Arlington WESTERN ILLINOIS SIOUX FALLS at South Dakota DAKOTA WESLEYAN at New Orleans at Louisiana

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Score HUDDLIN NASH FRAUENDORFER WOODRING GEBERS COX W, 72-59 6-5-1 14-5-10 24-12-4 3-1-1 5-6-1 4-1-1 L, 61-64 0-6-0 22-7-8 19-5-2 0-2-0 5-4-1 7-2-0 W, 70-57 9-8-2 13-5-7 15-9-4 2-2-1 6-5-0 10-1-2 L, 48-81 3-3-0 9-3-1 12-6-2 3-2-0 8-4-0 7-1-0 W, 68-59 6-0-0 12-7-8 12-5-3 0-0-0 12-10-0 2-3-3 L, 48-54 1-3-0 8-1-5 10-11-1 DNP 3-3-1 2-0-0 W, 80-37 12-9-1 7-3-7 17-12-5 0-1-1 14-6-1 4-1-1 W, 63-47 6-5-1 5-5-8 18-12-1 2-2-2 18-8-1 2-2-1 W, 88-49 5-2-1 20-7-8 6-15-4 24-4-1 6-6-0 14-3-4 W, 72-70 OT 11-13-0 21-4-11 18-14-3 0-0-0 2-4-0 3-0-1 L, 57-69 2-1-0 2-3-2 18-7-3 0-0-0 4-2-1 6-2-4 W, 65-58 0-2-0 17-7-3 13-6-2 DNP 12-8-0 10-4-0 L, 60-68 2-0-0 12-3-10 8-7-3 6-6-2 1-3-1 11-5-0 W, 64-62 0-1-0 6-6-7 16-10-2 2-0-0 2-3-0 23-2-2 L, 54-81 0-1-1 12-5-3 10-12-3 5-4-1 3-2-0 4-3-0 L, 51-63 2-1-0 13-3-7 0-10-2 6-2-0 12-4-2 6-3-1 W, 84-33 6-5-3 7-3-6 8-9-3 15-4-1 14-5-0 8-1-4 L, 64-74 DNP 19-5-6 9-6-0 11-0-0 0-5-0 10-5-1 W, 74-61 DNP 16-3-8 15-9-2 0-1-0 16-4-0 7-4-1 L, 60-68 4-3-1 14-2-4 14-10-2 5-0-0 11-6-1 3-4-2 W, 60-52 DNP 17-2-5 16-8-2 0-0-0 8-6-0 2-5-1 L, 59-70 0-1-0 8-4-7 13-11-3 3-1-0 4-2-1 2-4-0 W, 69-68 0-0-0 15-4-4 14-9-1 0-0-0 6-5-2 20-8-0 L, 38-58 4-0-0 8-5-2 2-5-0 0-0-2 2-2-0 7-5-1 W, 68-54 4-6-0 25-5-5 14-9-4 0-0-1 6-11-1 0-2-2 W, 88-57 2-1-1 13-5-7 26-12-3 3-3-3 11-4-3 13-1-0 L, 60-62 OT DNP 14-4-7 7-6-4 3-2-0 8-7-0 0-0-0

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POHL 11-8-1 8-2-0 13-3-0 4-5-2 12-4-1 11-7-2 10-8-4 9-2-3 2-7-3 13-10-1 18-10-0 5-11-1 13-8-0 9-5-0 10-6-0 9-3-0 7-11-4 7-4-1 18-9-0 5-9-1 5-5-1 23-10-1 8-6-2 10-7-0 17-10-4 6-7-2 16-7-1

ZARUBA ZARUBA LIEPA KELLY 0-2-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-1 0-0-0 2-5-0 2-5-0 0-3-0 2-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-1 1-1-0 11-6-0 11-6-0 DNP DNP 5-3-0 5-3-0 8-3-1 2-7-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 12-8-0 0-0-0 3-1-2 3-1-2 0-3-0 0-2-1 5-5-2 5-5-2 6-0-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-1-0 DNP 7-4-1 7-4-1 0-3-0 0-3-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 4-1-0 DNP 7-1-1 7-1-1 0-1-0 DNP 4-3-0 4-3-0 2-5-0 8-5-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 2-1-1 DNP 1-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 3-7-2 8-3-2 8-3-2 8-3-1 DNP 6-4-3 6-4-3 2-5-0 DNP 0-5-0 0-5-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-1-0 DNP 8-2-1 8-2-1 4-9-0 DNP 2-1-0 2-1-0 4-5-1 DNP 6-5-0 6-5-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-8-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 0-3-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 14-18-2 DNP DNP DNP 12-5-1

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Conference School Record Pct. Home Away *South Dakota State 14-2 .875 7-0 7-2 *Oral Roberts 13-4 .765 8-1 5-3 %South Dakota 10-6 .625 6-1 4-5 *UMKC 9-7 .563 5-2 4-5 *Oakland 7-9 .438 5-4 2-5 *IUPUI 7-9 .438 6-3 1-6 *Western Illinois 7-9 .438 4-5 3-4 *IPFW 6-10 .375 5-4 1-6 *North Dakota State 6-10 .375 4-3 2-7 Southern Utah 2-15 .118 2-6 0-9 * - qualified for the Summit League Tournament % - not eligible for postseason play

Overall Record Pct. 19-8 .704 19-9 .679 19-7 .731 18-10 .643 11-14 .440 12-16 .429 11-16 .407 9-18 .333 9-19 .321 6-22 .214

SUMMIT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT RESULTS March 3 - Quarterfinals (1) South Dakota 80, (8) IPFW 59 (7) Western Illinois 83, (2) Oral Roberts 71 March 4 - Quarterfinals (5) IUPUI 80, (4) North Dakota State 64 (3) UMKC 72, (6) Oakland 59

2011-12 Summit League Championship All-Tournament Team Player School Yr. Pos. Dayon Hall-Jones UMKC G Sr. Valencia Kelly Western Illinois G Sr. Kim Nezianya UMKC F Jr. Jennie Sunnarborg (MVP) South Dakota State F/C Sr. Jill Young South Dakota State G Sr.

March 5 - Semifinals (1) South Dakota State 79, (5) IUPUI 54 (3) UMKC 71, (7) Western Illinois 56

SUMMIT LEAGUE IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT March 17 - First Round (4) #13 Purdue 83, (13) South Dakota State 68

Home Away 11-1 8-5 11-3 8-6 12-1 7-6 10-3 6-7 8-5 3-9 9-5 1-11 6-7 5-9 8-7 1-11 6-6 2-11 4-7 2-14

March 6 - Championship (1) South Dakota State 78, (3) UMKC 77 (OT)

2011-12 SUMMIT LEAGUE POSTSEASON AWARDS Player of the Year Kevi Luper, Oral Roberts

Defensive Player of the Year Jodie Boss, South Dakota

2011-12 All-Summit League Teams First Team Player School Dayon Hall-Jones UMKC Amber Hegge South Dakota Kevi Luper Oral Roberts Kerah Nelson IUPUI Jennie Sunnarborg South Dakota State Bethany Watterworth Oakland

Pos. Yr. G Sr. F Sr. G Jr. F Jr. F/C Sr. F/C Jr.

Newcomer of the Year Saule Kontautaite, Western Illinois

Second Team Player Janae Burich Ashley Eide Stephanie Rosado Jill Young Sadie Webb

School North Dakota State South Dakota State IPFW South Dakota State Western Illinois

SIXTH WOMAN OF THE YEAR LeAndrea Thomas, UMKC

Pos. Yr. C Jr. G Jr. F Sr. G Sr. G Sr.

Coach of the Year Aaron Johnston, South Dakota State

All-Newcomer Team Player School Bernadett Balla Oral Roberts Katie Comello IUPUI Saule Kontautaite Western Illinois Hailey Mandelko Southern Utah Jamie Van Kirk North Dakota State

Pos. Yr. F Fr. G So. G Jr. G Fr. G Fr.

Honorable Mention Anne Boese, IPFW, G, Sr.; Jodie Boss, South Dakota, C, Sr.; Carli Moreland, Southern Utah, F, So.; Eilise O’Connor, UMKC, G, So.; Abby Plucker, North Dakota State, F, Sr.

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IUPUI’s Chen Ni became the rst female in Summit League history to win two NCAA Championships, after winning the platform dive in 2010 and 2012. As The Summit League enters its fourth decade of Division I athletics, the performance level continues to rise to higher standards. A memorable 2011-12 campaign celebrated numerous record-setting and remarkable achievements for The Summit League, its member schools and student-athletes during the league’s 30th anniversary season. “Ascending” and “improving” are common adjectives used in media coverage of The Summit League as it continues its renaissance. Consisting of nine member institutions with over 3,000 studentathletes competing in 19 championship sports, The Summit League has enjoyed unprecedented success and development in recent history. Since rebranding as The Summit League in 2007, the league has produced 54 All-Americans, 37 Academic All-America selections and seven NCAA Championships. In the past seven seasons, Summit League teams have achieved nal national rankings in six different sports, won NCAA regional championships in two sports and advanced in three additional NCAA team championship tournaments. That level of success carries into both the classroom and athletic competition.

Record-Setting 2011-12 Season In 2011-12 alone, The Summit League nearly doubled its all-time NCAA Champions total by claiming four national titles. IUPUI’s Chen Ni became the rst female to win multiple NCAA crowns when she claimed her second platform diving championship in three seasons. The Summit League produced its most successful NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships to date when its student-athletes won three titles. Southern Utah’s Cameron Levins, one of three nalists for the prestigious Bowerman Award, won the 10,000-meter and 5,000-meter races and became The Summit League’s rst studentathlete to nish rst in multiple events at a single championship. Oral Roberts’ Jack Whitt gave the league its third title when he won the pole vault competition. Two additional student-athletes collected NCAA statistical championships as Oakland’s Reggie Hamilton became The Summit League’s rst men’s basketball national scoring leader and Western Illinois’ Sammy Marshall was softball’s national leader in stolen bases per game. The Summit League’s growth and success is most evident at the annual Basketball Championships. Its 2012 event set a record for total attendance, including the all-time highest women’s tournament gure and the third-best overall men’s draw. The last four tournaments occupy each of the top four all-time tournament attendance totals in league history. Popularity of The Summit League’s marquee event reaches beyond the arena. The 2012 Basketball Championships marked the rst time in league history that all 14 men’s and women’s tournament games

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appeared on national cable television. Since 2009, every tournament game has been televised, including the men’s championship on ESPN2 and the women’s title game on ESPNU. Men’s Basketball enjoyed a stellar season on and off the court. The Summit League nished 2011-12 with its highest RPI ranking in history, placing 16th among Division I conferences after peaking as high as No. 11 earlier in the season. A record ve teams played in national postseason tournaments with one, Oakland, making the deepest run in league history with three wins and a seminal appearance in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The league-wide success translated to unprecedented fan support and an all-time best home attendance gure. Throughout the 2011-12 season, The Summit League measured up well against men’s basketball leagues across the country and nished with a .500 or better record against 15 of the 17 midmajor conferences. Against both Division I and overall non-league competition, The Summit League amassed its highest victory total and posted its best winning percentage on record. Under the national spotlight, The Summit League was one of only two conferences with multiple participating teams to post perfect records in nationallytelevised BracketBuster games. In women’s athletics, The Summit League sent a record four teams to compete in national women’s basketball postseason tournaments, including an all-time high three in the WNIT. The volleyball season saw The Summit League ranked as high as No. 13 among the 33 Division I leagues in the Pablo Ranking system. With three national champions and the two-highest placing teams in league history at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, The Summit League solidied itself as one of the national leaders in the sport. During the Indoor season, The Summit League nished ninth among men’s Division I leagues in the nal USTFCCCA conference index. A combined 12 men’s and women’s Indoor and Outdoor AllAmerica honors went to Summit League student-athletes. The Summit League emphasizes a balance of outstanding athletics and academics. The NCAA honored a record 15 Summit League teams for APR success that included nishing among the top 10 percent for their sport. Individually, North Dakota State’s Amy Anderson continued to garner recognition as one of the NCAA’s top student-athletes by earning the National Golf Coaches Association’s Dinah Shore Trophy recognizing achievement in athletic performance, grade point average and community service. Similar honors went to IUPUI’s men’s soccer standout Perez Agaba, who earned selection to the Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-America team. A total of seven Summit League student-athletes were named to their sport’s Capital One Academic All-America teams, includes three rst team honorees.

Origins and Evolution In 1982, the present-day Summit League was formed by commissioner F.L. “Frosty” Ferzacca as the Association of MidContinent Universities with eight schools competing in ve championship sports at the Division I level. Later known as the

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One of the Summit League’s most iconic moments came when Valparaiso’s Bryce Drew hit “the shot”, a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, to top Mississippi in the rst round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Valpo’s story captivated the nation as they became the league’s second team to reach the “Sweet 16.” Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League has grown to a combined enrollment of over 144,000 students at nine universities, four of which are based in top-58 U.S. metro populations (Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City and Omaha). The Summit League’s two newest members, South Dakota and Nebraska Omaha, compete together for the rst time in 2012-13. Admitted to the league in 2009, USD completed its initial year of league competition in 2011-12 and is eligible for all championships this season. UNO joined the league in 2011 and is in its rst year of Summit League competition before becoming fully eligible for all sport championships in 2015-16. Current Summit League member institutions include: IPFW (Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis), UMKC (University of MissouriKansas City), the University of Nebraska Omaha, North Dakota State University, Oakland University, the University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University, and Western Illinois University. Eastern Illinois University competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer and Oral Roberts University is an associate member for men’s soccer. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and eld, men’s and women’s outdoor track and eld, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the rst round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to topple No. 4 seed Mississippi in an NCAA rst-round game that sparked its 1998 Sweet 16 run. More recently, Oral Roberts’ baseball program nished the 2004 campaign with a nationalranking and became the rst Summit League school to reach an NCAA Super Regional in 2006. Three years later in 2009, North Dakota State became the league’s rst softball team to win an NCAA regional and advance to the Super Regional round. During the 2008-09 basketball season, South Dakota State’s women’s team was nationally-ranked throughout the year and capped its season with an NCAA Tournament rst round victory. The League has produced nine NCAA champions, four Olympic medalists and numerous All-Americans in the sports of track and eld, swimming and diving and cross country. Several professional athletes and draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball rst round picks, a pair of NBA rst round choices, and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguer Kevin Duckworth (NBA) was a two-time all-star during his professional career. To coincide with The Summit League’s 30th Anniversary Season, the league released a list of its Top 30 Distinguished Contributors from the Division I era as selected by a panel of voters from member schools and media. Four individual NCAA champions and three Olympic medalists along with four NBA players and two World Series Champions headlined The Summit League’s list of top student-athletes, coaches and administrators that was the jewel of the anniversary celebration. Follow The Summit League on Twitter @thesummitleague, @summithoops and @summitchamps

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FORT WAYNE Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Mastodons Fort Wayne, Ind. 14,193 1964 2007

IUPUI Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Jaguars Indianapolis, Ind. 30,566 1969 1998

KANSAS CITY Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Kangaroos Kansas City, Mo. 14,221 1933 1994

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,407 Founded: 1890 Joined League: 2007 OAKLAND Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Golden Grizzlies Rochester, Mich. 19,053 1957 1997

OMAHA Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Mavericks Omaha, Neb. 15,448 1908 2011

SOUTH DAKOTA Nickname: Coyotes Location: Vermillion, S.D. Enrollment: 9,617 Founded: 1862 Joined League: 2011 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,816 Founded: 1881 Joined League: 2007 WESTERN ILLINOIS Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 13,331 Founded: 1899 Joined League: 1982 (charter member) ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Eastern Illinois University competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer. Oral Roberts Universitycompetes as an associate member in men’s soccer.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year Head Coach 1970-71 No record available 1971-72 Joyce Morris 1972-73 Joyce Morris 1973-74 Dee Grindle 1974-75 Dee Grindle 1975-76 Dee Grindle 1976-77 Cherri Mankenberg 1977-78 Cherri Mankenberg 1978-79 Cherri Mankenberg 1979-80 Cherri Mankenberg 1980-81 Cherri Mankenberg 1981-82 Cherri Mankenberg 1982-83 Cherri Mankenberg 1983-84 Cherri Mankenberg Cherri Mankenberg 1984-85 1985-86 Cherri Mankenberg 1986-87 Cherri Mankenberg 1987-88 Cherri Mankenberg Cherri Mankenberg 1988-89 1989-90 Cherri Mankenberg Cherri Mankenberg 1990-91 Cherri Mankenberg 1991-92 1992-93 Cherri Mankenberg 1993-94 Cherri Mankenberg Cherri Mankenberg 1994-95 Cherri Mankenberg 1995-96 Cherri Mankenberg 1996-97 1997-98 Cherri Mankenberg Paula Buscher 1998-99 Paula Buscher 1999-00 Lisa Carlsen 2000-01 2001-02 Lisa Carlsen Lisa Carlsen 2002-03 2003-04 Lisa Carlsen 2004-05 Patty Patton Shearer 2005-06 Patty Patton Shearer 2006-07 Patty Patton Shearer 2007-08 Patty Patton Shearer 2008-09 Patty Patton Shearer 2009-10 Patty Patton Shearer 2010-11 Patty Patton Shearer UNO reclassifies from Division II to Division I 2011-12 Chance Lindley All-Time Record 41 seasons Conference Record 32 seasons NCC Record 29 seasons MIAA Record 3 seasons

W L Pct. -- -- -- 2 6 .250 4 7 .364 8 8 .500 10 10 .500 10 9 .526 17 12 .586 18 10 .643 19 12 .613 22 13 .629 27 7 .794 22 6 .786 13 14 .481 14 12 .538 14 14 .500 14 12 .538 21 8 .724 14 13 .519 14 14 .500 12 16 .429 12 16 .429 20 9 .690 7 19 .269 12 14 .462 14 13 .519 13 14 .481 16 10 .615 10 17 .370 11 16 .407 15 12 .556 8 18 .308 11 18 .379 12 16 .429 5 22 .185 14 14 .500 20 11 .645 16 12 .571 17 12 .586 15 12 .556 12 15 .444 8 18 .308

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NCC 5 1 .833 NCC 7 1 .875 NCC 8 2 .800 NCC 5 5 .500 NCC 6 6 .500 NCC 5 9 .357 NCC 7 7 .500 NCC 11 3 .786 NCC 4 10 .286 NCC 5 9 .357 NCC 6 12 .333 NCC 7 11 .389 NCC 12 6 .667 NCC 4 14 .222 NCC 6 12 .333 NCC 8 10 .444 NCC 8 10 .444 NCC 9 9 .500 NCC 4 14 .222 NCC 6 12 .333 NCC 7 11 .389 NCC 6 12 .333 NCC 7 11 .389 NCC 5 11 .313 NCC 0 14 .000 NCC 4 8 .333 NCC 5 7 .417 NCC 3 9 .250 NCC 3 9 .250 MIAA 11 9 .550 MIAA 7 13 .350 MIAA 5 17 .227 --

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By Years Years Chance Lindley 1 Patty Patton Shearer 7 Lisa Carlsen 4 Paula Buscher 2 Cherri Mankenberg 22 Dee Grindle 3 Joyce Morris 2

Seasons W-L 2011-pres. 15-12 2004-11 102-94 2000-04 36-74 1998-00 26-28 1976-98 345-275 1973-76 28-27 1971-73 6-13

Pct. .556 .520 .327 .481 .556 .510 .316

By Wins Years Cherri Mankenberg 22 Patty Patton Shearer 7 Lisa Carlsen 4 3 Dee Grindle Paula Buscher 2 Chance Lindley 1 Joyce Morris 2

Seasons W-L 1976-98 345-275 2004-11 102-94 2000-04 36-74 1973-76 28-27 1998-00 26-28 2011-pres. 15-12 1971-73 6-13

Pct. .556 .520 .327 .510 .481 .556 .316

By Winning Pct. Years 1 Chance Lindley Cherri Mankenberg 22 Patty Patton Shearer 7 Dee Grindle 3 2 Paula Buscher Lisa Carlsen 4 Joyce Morris 2

Seasons W-L 2011-pres. 15-12 1976-98 345-275 2004-11 102-94 1973-76 28-27 1998-00 26-28 2000-04 36-74 1971-73 6-13

Pct. .556 .556 .520 .510 .481 .327 .316

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Cherri Mankenberg is the all-time winningest basketball coach in UNO history with a 345-275 career record over 22 seasons (1976-98).

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AWSF All-America Team -- College Di­vi­sion 1980-81......................................... Barb Hart (3rd team) 1985-86............................ Laura J. Anderson (4th team) 1985-86......................................... Jackie Scholten (HM) 1986-87.............................Laura J. Anderson (1st team) 1987-88.............................Laura J. Anderson (1st team) Kodak All-America Team 1986-87.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1991-92..........................................Sandy Skradski (HM) 1992-93..........................................Sandy Skradski (HM) 1999-00.....................................................Darcy Stracke National Strength & Conditioning All-America Team 1990-91............................................................Lisa Rath 1991-92...................................................Sandy Skradski 1993-94........................................................Aimee Noel 1996-97...................................................... Stacie Kaiser

REGIONAL HONORS

AIAW All-Region Team 1976-77....................................................Niece Jochims 1977-78....................................................Niece Jochims 1978-79....................................................Niece Jochims AWSF All-Region Team 1980-81...........................................................Barb Hart 1983-84.................................................. Jackie Scholten 1986-87.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson Kodak All-Region Team 1978-79....................................................Niece Jochims 1985-86.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1986-87.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1991-92...................................................Sandy Skradski 1992-93...................................................Sandy Skradski 1999-00.....................................................Darcy Stracke Daktronics All-Region Team 1999-00....................................Darcy Stracke (1st team) 2004-05.......................................... JJ Smith (2nd team) 2006-07..................................... Karen Thies (2nd team) NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team 1981-82......................... Kirsten Sullivan, Vicki Edmonds

CONFERENCE HONORS

NCC All-Tournament Team 1979-80.....................................................Kriss Edwards 1980-81...................................... Barb Hart, Mary Henke 1981-82..................................................Kirsten Sullivan . Introduction

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............................................................... Lisa Linthacum .................................................................... Mary Henke

NCC Freshman of the Year 2006-07...................................................... Alyssa Green

All-MIAA

NCC Newcomer of the Year 2005-06................................................Ashley Freerksen 2004-05........................................................ Karen Thies 2007-08..............................................Amanda Brodsack

Second Team 2008-09..............................................Amanda Brodsack 2009-10...................................................... Alyssa Green Honorable Mention 2008-09...................................................... Alyssa Green 2010-11......................................................Heather Pohl All-Defensive 2009-10........................................................ Jamie Nash

All-NCC

1982-83....................................................... Mary Henke 1983-84.................................................. Jackie Scholten 1984-85............................................ Ronda Motykowski 1985-86.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1986-87..........Laura J. Anderson (MVP), Jackie Scholten .................................................. Laura P. Anderson (HM) 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1988-89......................................................Jill Dau (HM) 1989-90....................................................... Darcy Burns 1990-91........................... Kim Muma, Darcy Burns (HM) 1991-92...................Kim (Muma) Priest, Sandy Skradski 1992-93..........................Sandy Skradski, Marsha Moore 1993-94........................................................Aimee Noel 1994-95............................Michelle Spetman, Amy Loth, .............................................................. Linda Roh (HM) 1995-96.......................... Michelle Spetman, Amy Breen 1996-97......... Amy Breen, Amy Loth, Stacie Kaiser (HM) 1997-98......... Jacinda Van Fossen, Beth Wilkinson (HM) 1998-99...........................Sarah Larson, Kim Birkel (HM) 1999-00....Darcy Stracke, Sarah Larson, Kim Birkel (HM) 2000-01............. Jennifer Mitchell, Tanya Hammes (HM) 2001-02............. Jennifer Mitchell, Tanya Hammes (HM) 2002-03...........................Tanya Hammes, Sara Peterson 2003-04...............JJ Smith (HM), Lindsey Petersen (HM) 2004-05......................................... JJ Smith, Karen Thies 2005-06......................................... JJ Smith, Karen Thies 2006-07...................Karen Thies, Ashley Freerksen (HM) 2007-08...................................................... Alyssa Green NCC Coach of the Year 1986-87............................................Cherri Mankenberg 1991-92............................................Cherri Mankenberg

NCC’s Ruth Marske Award 2004-05................................................... Chelsie Groslie

ACADEMIC AWARDS

CoSIDA Academic All-American 1987-88............................ Laura J. Anderson (3rd team) 1996-97......................................... Amy Loth (3rd team) 1996-97.................................... Stacie Kaiser (3rd team) CoSIDA Academic All-District VII 1987-88.............................Laura J. Anderson (1st team) 1993-94...................................... Aimee Noel (3rd team) 1995-96............................ Michelle Spetman (1st team) 1995-96..........................................Amy Loth (1st team) 1995-96................................... Stacie Kaiser (2nd team) 1996-97..........................................Amy Loth (1st team). 1996-97.....................................Stacie Kaiser (1st team) 1998-99....................................... Kim Birkel (2nd team) 1999-00....................................... Kim Birkel (2nd team) NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship 1987-88.........................................Jena Janovy (finalist) 1995-96............................... Michelle Spetman (fi­nal­ist) 1996-97.............................................Amy Loth (finalist) 1999-00............................................Kim Birkel (finalist) MIAA Academic Honor Roll 2008-09.......................... Amanda Brodsack, Katie Kane, .................. Ashley Nelson, Alyssa Green, LaToya Wright, ............... Heather Pohl, Kamillia Brown, Ellen Majewski 2009-10..................... Paige Frauendorfer, Alyssa Green, .....Kiley Herold, Katie Kane, Jamie Nash, Ashley Nelson, ......................Heather Pohl, Sara Reeves, Jessica Zaruba 2010-11.......................................................................... MIAA Academic Excellence Award 2008-09...................................................Ellen Majewski 2010-11.......................................................................... (HM) -- Denotes honorable mention

NCC Defensive Player of the Year 1997-98.................................................. Beth Wilkinson 1998-99.......................................................... Kim Birkel

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HONORS AND AWARDS Academic All-NCC 1982-83.......................... Carm Johnson, Lisa Linthacum 1983-84........ Carm Johnson, Tammy Castle, Fran Martin 1984-85....................................................Carm Johnson 1985-86.................... Laura P. Anderson, Jackie Scholten 1986-87................ Laura P. Anderson, Laura J. Anderson ............................................................... Jackie Scholten 1987-88......................... Laura J. Anderson, Jena Janovy 1988-89.........................................Jill Dau, Laura Larson 1989-90.................... Laura Larson, Marsha Moore (HM) 1990-91....................... Marsha Moore, Tricia Floyd (HM) 1991-92........................ Tricia Floyd, Kim (Muma) Priest, .......................................................Sandy Skradski (HM) 1992-93.........................Marsha Moore, Sandy Skradski, ................................................................Lisa Rath (HM) 1993-94.............................. Aimee Noel, Roxanne Wiles, .........................................................Shonna Tryon (HM) 1994-95..........Michelle Spetman, Amy Loth, Linda Roh, ................................... Stacie Kaiser, Shonna Tryon (HM) 1995-96.......Michelle Spetman, Amy Loth, Stacie Kai­ser 1996-97......... Amy Loth, Stacie Kaiser, Amy Breen (HM) 1997-98......................Kim Birkel, , Beth Wilkinson (HM) 1998-99.................................. Kim Birkel, Jill Ohm (HM) 1999-00............................ Kim Birkel, Sarah Larson (HM 2000-01..........Kari Kerkhoff (HM), Anne Bomstad (HM), .............. Jennifer Mitchell (HM), Andi Sutherland (HM), ........................................................ Rachel Volnek (HM) 2001-02.....Anne Bomstad (HM), Jennifer Mitchell (HM) ........................ Rachel Volnek (HM), Erin Wessling (HM) 2002-03....................Rachel Volnek, Sara Peterson (HM) 2003-04.................................JJ Smith, Sara Myers (HM) 2004-05................................JJ Smith, Sara Myers (HM), .................Lindsey Petersen (HM), Chelsea Groslie (HM) ..................................................... Andrea Schoepf (HM) 2005-06......................................... JJ Smith, Karen Thies 2006-07...............................Karen Thies, Ellen Majewski 2007-08...................................................... Alyssa Green NCC Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll 2005-06......................JJ Smith, Karen Thies, Toni Kinsey 2006-07................ Ashley Freerksen, Lacey Geitzenauer, ............................................Ellen Majewski, Karen Thies 2007-08.....Alyssa Green, Ellen Majewski, Ashley Nelson NCC Honor Athlete 1982-83.................................................. Lisa Linthacum 1984-85....................................................Carm Johnson 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1989-90......................................................Laura Larson 1992-93................................................... Marsha Moore 1999-00.......................................................... Kim Birkel

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UNO HONORS

UNO Female Athlete of the Year 1978-79....................................................Niece Jochims 1979-80....................................................Niece Jochims 1981-82...........................................................Barb Hart 1982-83...................................................... Mary Beaver 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson 1992-93...................................................Sandy Skradski UNO Outstanding Scholar Athlete 1995-96..............................................Michelle Spetman 1996-97......................................Stacie Kaiser, Amy Loth 1999-00.......................................................... Kim Birkel 2004-05............................................................. JJ Smith UNO Hall of Fame 1985-86....................................................Niece Jochims 1988-89..........................................Barb (Hart) Baumert 1991-92.................................... Elaine (Johnson) Hinton 1994-95......................................Cindy (Rudloff) Lebeda 1996-97................................. Laura (Anderson) Gibbons 1998-99.....................................Mary (Henke) Anderson 1999-00...................................................Sandy Skradski

MISCELLEANEOUS HONORS

USA Today Division II National Of­fen­sive Player of the Week 1992-93...................................................Sandy Skradski

AWSF All-America Coach 1986-87............................................Cherri Mankenberg 1987-88............................................Cherri Mankenberg College World Series Queen 1986-87.............................................. Laura J. Anderson Women’s Sports Foundation Dorothy Harris Scholarship 1999-00.......................................................... Kim Birkel Iowa Girls High School Hall of Fame 1985..................................................Cherri Mankenberg Wayne State College Hall of Fame 1979..................................................Cherri Mankenberg District VII Converse Coach of the Year 1986-87........................................... Cherri Mankenberg Nebraska College Female Athlete of the Year (selected by the Lincoln Journal-Star) 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson State Col­lege Fe­male Athlete of the Year (selected by the Omaha World-Herald) 1992-93...................................................Sandy Skradski

USA Today Division II National De­fen­sive Player of the Week 1993-94........................................................Aimee Noel College Sports Madness Independent Player of the Week Dec. 26, 2011................................................ Jamie Nash Jan. 30, 2012....................................Paige Frauendorfer Wade Trophy Candidate (Top 30 play­ers in the nation) 1978-79....................................................Niece Jochims Champion Division II Player of the Year Nominee 1987-88.............................................. Laura J. Anderson Division II Bulletin All-Freshman Team 2006-07...................................................... Alyssa Green AWSF Middle America Play­er of the Year 1986-87.............................................. Laura J. Anderson AWSF Middle America Coach of the Year 1986-87............................................Cherri Mankenberg

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CAREER RECORDS MAVERICK 1,000-POINT CLUB 1. Niece Jochims (1975-79).................................................................................... 1,937 2. Barb Hart (1977-81)........................................................................................... 1,730 3. Laura J. Anderson (1984-88).............................................................................. 1,658 4. Mary Henke (1979-83)....................................................................................... 1,629 5. Sandy Skradski (1989-93).................................................................................. 1,582 6. Jackie Scholten (1983-87).................................................................................. 1,519 7. Jennifer Mitchell (1998-2002)........................................................................... 1,481 8. Alyssa Green (2006-10)...................................................................................... 1,410 9. Elaine Johnson (1974-78).................................................................................. 1,317 10. JJ Smith (2002-06)........................................................................................... 1,300 11. Amy Breen (1993-97)...................................................................................... 1,297 12. Karen Thies (2004-07)..................................................................................... 1,227 13. Amy Loth (1993-97)......................................................................................... 1,170 14. Sarah Larson (1996-2000)............................................................................... 1,165 15. Norene Groff (1977-81).................................................................................... 1,124 16. Cayla Hargrove (2005-09)................................................................................ 1,106 17. Sara Peterson (1999-2003).............................................................................. 1,105 18. Kriss Edwards (1977-81).................................................................................. 1,090 19. Darcy Burns (1987-91)..................................................................................... 1,055 20. Aimee Noel (1989-94)...................................................................................... 1,052 21. Heather Pohl (2008-12)................................................................................... 1,044 22. Lindsey Petersen (2000-05)............................................................................. 1,022 23. Tanya Hammes (1999-2003)........................................................................... 1,003 SCORING AVERAGE 1. Darcy Stracke (1999-00)....................................................................................... 22.6 2. Niece Jochims (1975-79)...................................................................................... 18.1 3. Laura J. Anderson (1984-88)................................................................................ 15.5 4. Barb Hart (1977-81)............................................................................................. 14.9 5. Sandy Skradski (1989-93).................................................................................... 14.3 6. Jackie Scholten (1983-87).................................................................................... 14.2 7. Karen Theis (2004-07).......................................................................................... 14.1 8. Elaine Johnson (1974-78).................................................................................... 13.7 9. Jennifer Mitchell (1998-02)................................................................................. 13.6 10. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-83)...................................................................... 13.1 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Niece Jochims (1975-79)....................................................................................... 785 2. Barb Hart (1977-81).............................................................................................. 708 3. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-83)......................................................................... 678 4. Sandy Skradski (1989-93)..................................................................................... 641 5. Laura J. Anderson (1984-88)................................................................................. 611 6. Jackie Scholten (1983-87)..................................................................................... 597 7. Elaine Johnson (1974-78)..................................................................................... 527 8. Alyssa Green (2006-10)......................................................................................... 516 9. Jennifer Mitchell (1998-02).................................................................................. 503 10. JJ Smith (2002-06).............................................................................................. 489 FREE THROWS MADE 1. Laura J. Anderson (1984-88)................................................................................. 436 2. Niece Jochims (1975-79)....................................................................................... 369 3. Jackie Scholten (1983-87)..................................................................................... 325 4. Barb Hart (1977-81).............................................................................................. 314 5. Sandy Skradski (1989-93)..................................................................................... 299 6. Alyssa Green (2006-10)......................................................................................... 278 7. Cayla Hargrove (2005-09)..................................................................................... 275 8. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-83)......................................................................... 273 9. Amy Breen (1993-97)........................................................................................... 268 10. Ronda Motykowski (1980-85)............................................................................. 263 Elaine Johnson (1974-78)..................................................................................... 263 Introduction

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jennifer Mitchell (1998-02).................................................................................. 214 2. Heather Pohl (2008-12)........................................................................................ 169 3. Karen Thies (2004-07).......................................................................................... 168 4. Tricia Floyd (1988-92)........................................................................................... 155 5. Lindsey Petersen (2000-05).................................................................................. 142 6. Sara Peterson (1999-03)....................................................................................... 129 7. Cayla Hargrove (2005-09)..................................................................................... 119 8. Alyssa Green (2006-10)......................................................................................... 100 9. Amy Breen (1993-97)............................................................................................. 97 10. Ellen Majewski (2005-09)..................................................................................... 85 REBOUNDS 1. Niece Jochims (1975-79).................................................................................... 1,148 2. Barb Hart (1977-81)........................................................................................... 1,084 3. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-83)...................................................................... 1,024 4. Jackie Scholten (1983-87)..................................................................................... 938 5. Sandy Skradski (1989-93)..................................................................................... 925 6. Laura J. Anderson (1984-88)................................................................................. 861 7. Sarah Larson (1996-00)........................................................................................ 671 8. Tanya Hammes (1999-2003)................................................................................. 653 9. Darcy Burns (1987-91).......................................................................................... 616 10. Julie Hengemuehler (1981-85)........................................................................... 610 ASSISTS 1. Jennifer Mitchell (1998-02).................................................................................. 474 2. Kriss Edwards (1977-81)....................................................................................... 460 3. Lisa Rath (1989-93).............................................................................................. 391 4. Jena Janovy (1984-88).......................................................................................... 375 5. Jamie Nash (2009-present)........................................................................370 6. Alyssa Green (2006-10)......................................................................................... 345 7. Stacie Kaiser (1993-97)......................................................................................... 329 8. Rayna Wagley (1984-89)...................................................................................... 298 9. Karen Thies (2004-07).......................................................................................... 289 10. Jill Dau (1985-89)............................................................................................... 278 BLOCKED SHOTS 1. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-83)......................................................................... 291 2. Laura J. Anderson (1984-88)................................................................................. 129 3. Tanya Hammes (1999-03)..................................................................................... 124 4. Carol Wink (1985-88).............................................................................................. 83 Ashley Nelson (2006-10)........................................................................................ 83 6. Julie Hengemuehler (1981-85)............................................................................... 75 7. Kathy Van Diepen (1985-89)................................................................................... 60 8. Carlye Jones (2003-07)........................................................................................... 59 9. Amanda Brodsack (2007-09).................................................................................. 56 10. Lindsey Petersen (2000-05).................................................................................. 53 Sandy Skradski (1989-93)..................................................................................... 53 STEALS 1. Kriss Edwards (1977-81)....................................................................................... 331 2. Jamie Nash (2009-present)........................................................................271 3. Stacie Kaiser (1993-97)......................................................................................... 264 4. Alyssa Green (2006-10)......................................................................................... 243 5. Linda Schabloske-Roh (1991-93, 94-96)............................................................... 224 6. Amy Loth (1993-97).............................................................................................. 222 Vicki Edmonds (1980-84)...................................................................................... 222 8. Karen Thies (2004-07).......................................................................................... 204 9. Sandy Skradski (1989-93)..................................................................................... 200 Lisa Rath (1989-93).............................................................................................. 200

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Scoring 1. Barb Hart (1980-81).............................................................................................. 681 2. Darcy Stracke (1999-00)........................................................................................ 611 3. Niece Jochims (1978-79)....................................................................................... 608 4. Niece Jochims (1976-77)....................................................................................... 597 Laura J. Anderson (1986-87)................................................................................ 597 6. Sandy Skradski (1991-92)..................................................................................... 557 7. Sandy Skradski (1992-93)..................................................................................... 550 8. Laura J. Anderson (1987-88)................................................................................. 527 9. Sara Petereson (2002-03)..................................................................................... 500 10. Mary Henke-Anderson (1980-81)....................................................................... 480

Rebounds 1. Barb Hart (1978-79).............................................................................................. 378 2. Niece Jochims (1976-77)....................................................................................... 348 3. Sandy Skradski (1991-92)..................................................................................... 320 4. Niece Jochims (1978-79)....................................................................................... 319 5. Barb Hart (1980-81).............................................................................................. 317 6. Mary Henke-Anderson (1980-81)......................................................................... 316 7. Niece Jochims (1977-78)....................................................................................... 314 8. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-80)......................................................................... 307 9. Sandy Skradski (1992-93)..................................................................................... 285 10. Laura J. Anderson (1986-87)............................................................................... 278

Scoring AVERAGE 1. Darcy Stracke (1999-00)....................................................................................... 22.6 2. Sandy Skradski (1992-93).................................................................................... 21.2 3. Niece Jochims (1976-77)...................................................................................... 20.6 Laura J. Anderson (1986-87)................................................................................ 20.6 5. Barb Hart (1980-81)............................................................................................. 20.0 6. Niece Jochims (1978-79)...................................................................................... 19.6 7. Laura J. Anderson (1987-88)................................................................................ 19.5 8. Sandy Skradski (1991-92).................................................................................... 19.2 9. Elaine Johnson (1975-76).................................................................................... 18.3 10. Laura J. Anderson (1985-86).............................................................................. 18.2

ReboundING AVERAGE 1. Barb Hart (1978-79)............................................................................................. 12.2 2. Niece Jochims (1976-77)...................................................................................... 12.0 3. Niece Jochims (1977-78)...................................................................................... 11.2 4. Sandy Skradski (1991-92).................................................................................... 11.0 Sandy Skradski (1992-93).................................................................................... 11.0 6. Niece Jochims (1978-79)...................................................................................... 10.3 7. Laura J. Anderson (1987-88).................................................................................. 9.8 8. Laura J. Anderson (1986-87).................................................................................. 9.6 9. Barb Hart (1980-81)............................................................................................... 9.3 10. Aimee Noel (1993-94).......................................................................................... 9.3

Field GoaLS MADE 1. Barb Hart (1980-81).............................................................................................. 276 2. Niece Jochims (1978-79)....................................................................................... 253 3. Niece Jochims (1976-77)....................................................................................... 234 4. Sandy Skradski (1991-92)..................................................................................... 233 5. Darcy Stracke (1999-00)........................................................................................ 219 6. Laura J. Anderson (1986-87)................................................................................. 218 7. Sandy Skradski (1992-93)..................................................................................... 217 8. Mary Henke-Anderson (1980-81)......................................................................... 200 9. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-80)......................................................................... 195 10. Laura J. Anderson (1987-88)............................................................................... 194

Assists 1. Jamie Nash (2011-12)................................................................................166 2. Jennifer Mitchell (2001-02).................................................................................. 159 3. Jena Janovy (1987-88).......................................................................................... 147 4. Kriss Edwards (1979-80)....................................................................................... 136 5. Niece Jochims (1978-79)....................................................................................... 129 6. Shannon Eggers (2002-03)................................................................................... 125 7. Jennifer Mitchell (2000-01).................................................................................. 124 8. Stacie Kaiser (1996-97)......................................................................................... 122 9. Toni Kinsey (2005-06)........................................................................................... 121 10. Lisa Rath (1990-91)............................................................................................ 120 Jamie Nash (2010-11)..............................................................................120

Free Throws MADE 1. Laura J. Anderson (1986-87)................................................................................. 161 2. Darcy Stracke (1999-00)........................................................................................ 148 3. Laura J. Anderson (1987-88)................................................................................. 139 4. Niece Jochims (1976-77)....................................................................................... 129 Barb Hart (1980-81)............................................................................................. 129 6. Stacie Kaiser (1996-97)......................................................................................... 126 7. Elaine Johnson (1976-77)..................................................................................... 118 8. Ronda Motykowski (1984-85)............................................................................... 115 Sandy Skradski (1992-93)..................................................................................... 115 10. Laura J. Anderson (1985-86)............................................................................... 112

Blocked Shots 1. Mary Henke-Anderson (1980-81)........................................................................... 86 2. Mary Henke-Anderson (1979-80)........................................................................... 75 3. Mary Henke-Anderson (1981-82)........................................................................... 67 4. Mary Henke-Anderson (1982-83)........................................................................... 63 5. Tanya Hammes (2002-03)....................................................................................... 51 6. Ashley Nelson (2009-10)......................................................................................... 44 7. Taijhe Kelly (2011-12)..................................................................................43 8. Carol Wink (1987-88).............................................................................................. 42 9. Tanya Hammes (2000-01)....................................................................................... 40 10. Laura J. Anderson (1985-86)................................................................................. 38

3-Point Field GoalS MADE 1. Karen Thies (2006-07)............................................................................................ 76 2. Jennifer Mitchell (2001-02).................................................................................... 73 3. Heather Pohl (2010-11).......................................................................................... 62 4. Sara Peterson (2002-03)......................................................................................... 60 5. Heather Pohl (2011-12).......................................................................................... 56 6. Karen Thies (2004-05)............................................................................................ 54 7. Jennifer Mitchell (2000-01).................................................................................... 51 8. Lindsey Petersen (2004-05).................................................................................... 49 9. Jennifer Mitchell (1999-00).................................................................................... 48 10. Jill Dau (1987-88)................................................................................................. 47 Introduction

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Steals 1. Kriss Edwards (1980-81)....................................................................................... 142 2. Kriss Edwards (1979-81)....................................................................................... 126 3. Jamie Nash (2011-12)................................................................................110 4. Stacie Kaiser (1996-97)......................................................................................... 101 5. Darcy Stracke (1999-00).......................................................................................... 99 6. Sandy Skradski (1991-92)....................................................................................... 86 Beth Wilkinson (1997-98)....................................................................................... 86 8. Sara Peterson (2002-03)......................................................................................... 84 9. Vicki Edmonds (1982-83)........................................................................................ 83 10. Linda Schabloske-Roh (1992-93).......................................................................... 81 Kim Muma (1991-92)............................................................................................. 81 Jamie Nash (2009-10)..................................................................................81 Review

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Scoring 1. Darcy Stracke vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 12/1/99..........43 2. Darcy Stracke vs. St. Cloud State, 1/5/00.................39 3. Tanya Hammes vs. Doane, 12/13/02.......................37 4. Karen Thies vs. Minnesota State, 2/10/07................36 Sara Peterson at Minnesota State, 1/16/03.............36 Darcy Stracke at Morningside, 1/8/00.....................36 Laura J. Anderson vs. South Dakota State, 1/31/87...36 Niece Jochims vs. Central Missouri, 1976-77...........36 9. Sara Peterson at St. Cloud State, 1/31/03................35 Aimee Noel vs. Hastings, 12/18/93..........................35 Darcy Burns vs. Morningside, 1/20/90......................35 Laura J. Anderson vs. Augustana, 1/30/87...............35 Field GoalS MADE 1. Darcy Stracke vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 12/1/99..........16 2. Niece Jochims vs. Central Missouri, 1976-77............15 Aimee Noel vs. Hastings, 12/18/93..........................15 Tanya Hammes vs. Doane, 12/13/02........................15 5. Darcy Stracke vs. Central Arkansas, 12/20/99..........14 Darcy Stracke vs. Minnesota State, 1/14/00.............14 7. Darcy Stracke vs. St. Cloud State, 1/15/00...............13 Tanya Hammes at Morningside, 1/5/01...................13 Sara Peterson vs. Southern Colorado, 11/29/02.......13 Tanya Hammes at Central Missouri, 12/6/02...........13 Tanya Hammes at Minnesota State, 1/16/03...........13 Free Throws made 1. Darcy Stracke vs. South Dakota, 1/9/00...................15 2. Darcy Stracke vs. South Dakota State, 1/21/00........14 Amanda Brodsack at Missouri Western, 1/3/09.......14 4. Niece Jochims vs. Nebraska, 1977-78.......................13 Elaine Johnson vs. Nebraska, 1977-78.....................13 Darcy Stracke vs. St. Cloud State, 1/15/00................13 Shannon Eggers vs. Augustana, 2/28/04..................13 Amanda Brodsack vs. Southwest Baptist, 1/14/09...13 9. Darcy Stracke vs. Morningside, 1/8/00.....................11 Sara Peterson at Minnesota State, 1/16/03..............11 Heather Pohl vs. Missouri Southern, 1/15/11...........11 3-Point Field Goals made 1. Amanda Woodring vs. College of St. Mary, 12/7/11.........8 2. Sara Peterson at St. Cloud State, 1/31/03..................7 Andrea Schoepf at Augustana, 1/9/04.......................7 Karen Thies vs. Minnesota State, 2/10/07 .................7 5. Tricia Floyd vs. South Dakota, 1/20/90.......................6 Linda Schabloske at Midland, 12/14/91.....................6 Stacy McArthur at Nebraska-Kearney, 12/9/92..........6 Stacy McArthur vs. Augustana, 1/3/94.......................6 Jennifer Mitchell at NW Missouri State, 11/27/01......6 Jennifer Mitchell vs. Hastings, 12/18/01....................6 Karen Thies vs. North Dakota, 1/8/05.........................6 Karen Thies at Nebraska-Kearney, 11/28/06..............6 Karen Thies vs. Adams State, 12/2/06........................6 Heather Pohl vs. Western Illinois, 1/30/12..................6 Rebounds 1. Niece Jochims at South Dakota State, 12/16/77......24 2. Niece Jochims vs. SW Missouri State, 1976-77.........23 Sandy Skradski vs. South Dakota State, 2/8/92........23 Aimee Noel vs. Minnesota State, 2/26/94................23 5. Sarah Larson vs. Augustana, 2/18/00......................22 6. Laura J. Anderson at Central Missouri, 12/5/86.......19 Laura J. Anderson at Grand View, 2/19/88...............19 Introduction

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8. Tanya Hammes vs. Southwest State, 11/17/00.......... 18 Tanya Hammes at Minnesota State, 2/10/01...........18 Tanya Hammes at Minnesota State, 1/16/03...........18 Taijhe Kelly at New Orleans, 2/18/12.................18 Assists 1. Kriss Edwards vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 2/23/80.........14 Barb Hart vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 2/23/80................14 3. Shannon Eggers at Minnesota State, 1/16/03..........12 4. Toni Kinsey at Minnesota Duluth, 2/18/06...............11 Jennifer Mitchell vs. Morningside, 1/4/02................11 Jamie Nash vs. Washburn, 1/22/11....................11 Jamie Nash vs. NW Missouri State, 12/10/11......11 8. Niece Jochims vs. Grand View, 12/9/78...................10 Niece Jochims vs. Illinois State, 1/11/79..................10 Jennifer Mitchell vs. Northern Colorado, 12/9/00.....10 Jennifer Mitchell at South Dakota, 1/6/01................10 Jennifer Mitchell vs. Central Missouri, 12/2/01........10 Tara Abbott vs. Minnesota State, 2/10/07................10 Jamie Nash vs. Western State, 11/11/11............10 Jamie Nash at Tulsa, 12/28/11...........................10

Blocked Shots 1. Laura J. Anderson at Midland, 12/4/85......................7 Ashley Nelson at Missouri Southern, 1/16/10............7 3. Mary Henke-Anderson vs. William Penn, 12/5/80.....6 Mary Henke-Anderson at Wayne St, 1/19/82.............6 5. Mary Henke-Anderson vs. So. Dakota St, 12/12/79...5 Laura J. Anderson vs. North Dakota, 1/22/87.............5 Tanya Hammes vs. Peru State, 12/15/02...................5 Tanya Hammes at Minnesota State, 1/16/03.............5 9. Eleven tied.................................................................4 Steals 1. Linda Schabloske vs. St. Cloud State, 1/30/93.........12 2. Jamie Nash vs. Calumet St. Joseph, 11/27/10....11 3. Jill Dau vs. Augustana, 2/4/89.................................10 Karen Thies vs. Mount Mercy, 12/20/04...................10 5. Vicki Edmonds at Midland, 1/11/84...........................9 Jamie Nash vs. Upper Iowa, 11/15/11..................9 7. Kriss Edwards at Drake, 12/1/79................................8 Sarah Larson vs. Central Missouri State, 11/20/99......8 Sara Peterson vs. Briar Cliff, 12/29/02........................8 Jamie Nash vs. York College, 11/12/10.................8

Team Records

Category..................................................Record.................. Date........................................ Opponent Highest Scoring Average (Season).................77.1.........................2002-03........................................................ Low Scoring Average Allowed (Season).........58.5.........................1980-81........................................................ Most Points Scored (Season)..........................2,391.......................1979-80........................................................ Fewest Points Allowed (Season)....................1,599.......................1982-83........................................................ Most Points Scored (Game)............................115..........................12/29/05........................ at Johnson & Wales Fewest Points Allowed (Game)......................16............................1973-74...........................vs. St. Mary (Neb.) Margin of Victory...........................................69 (109-40)..............12/17/06.....................at Calumet St. Joseph Margin of Defeat............................................62 (106-44)..............1974-75...............................vs. Wayne State Field Goals Made (Season).............................983..........................1980-81........................................................ FG Pct. (Season).............................................47.8 (850-1,778)......1986-87........................................................ Field Goals Made (Game)...............................45............................11/29/02.................... vs. Southern Colorado FG Pct. (Game)...............................................59.7 (40-67).............12/13/02....................................... vs. Doane 3-Pt. FG Made (Season).................................221..........................2006-07........................................................ 3-Point FG Pct. (Season).................................43.8 (60-137)...........1989-90........................................................ 3-Pt. FG Made (Game)...................................14............................11/28/06......................at Nebraska-Kearney ......................................................................14............................12/7/07.............................................vs. York 3-Pt. FG Pct. (Game)......................................66.7 (10-15).............2/23/02...................... vs. Northern Colorado Free Throws Made (Season)...........................492..........................2005-06........................................................ Free Throw Pct. (Season)................................76.4 (492-644).........2005-06........................................................ Free Throws Made (Game).............................31............................12/10/05...........................................vs. York Free Throw Pct. (Game)..................................100 (12-12)..............1/6/01................................. at South Dakota ......................................................................100 (11-11)..............12/3/10.............................at Fort Hays State Rebounds (Season)........................................1,496.......................1979-80........................................................ Rebounds (Game)..........................................62............................12/4/02............vs. Northwest Missouri State Assists (Season).............................................566..........................1980-81........................................................ Assists (Game)...............................................35............................12/17/06.....................at Calumet St. Joseph Blocked Shots (Season)..................................121..........................1987-88........................................................ Blocked Shots (Game)....................................10............................12/15/02; 11/19/08............Peru State; Dana Steals (Season)..............................................459..........................1994-95........................................................ Steals (Game).................................................30............................12/29/07................................at BYU-Hawaii Wins (Season)................................................26............................1980-81........................................................ Consecutive Wins...........................................10............................2005-06........................................................ Losses (Season)..............................................22............................2003-04........................................................ Consecutive Losses.........................................14............................1998-99........................................................

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YEARLY STATISTICAL LEADERS Yearly Scoring Leaders 1974-75......... Elaine Johnson............................................11.5 1975-76......... Niece Jochims..............................................18.3 1976-77......... Niece Jochims.............................................20.6 1977-78......... Niece Jochims.............................................16.3 1978-79......... Niece Jochims.............................................19.6 1979-80......... Mary Henke-Anderson................................13.1 1980-81......... Barb Hart....................................................20.0 1981-82......... Lisa Linthacum............................................13.4 1982-83......... Mary Henke-Anderson................................12.8 1983-84......... Jackie Scholten............................................15.2 1984-85......... Jackie Scholten............................................12.5 1985-86......... Laura J. Anderson.......................................18.2 1986-87......... Laura J. Anderson.......................................20.6 1987-88......... Laura J. Anderson.......................................19.5 1988-89......... Jill Dau........................................................14.6 1989-90......... Darcy Burns.................................................16.0 1990-91......... Kim Muma..................................................12.1 1991-92......... Sandy Skradski............................................19.2 1992-93......... Sandy Skradski............................................21.2 1993-94......... Aimee Noel.................................................14.7 1994-95......... Amy Breen..................................................11.6 1995-96......... Amy Breen..................................................16.3 1996-97......... Amy Breen..................................................15.4 1997-98......... Jacinda Van Fossen.....................................13.9 1998-99......... Jennifer Mitchell.........................................15.0 1999-00......... Darcy Stracke..............................................22.6 2000-01......... Jennifer Mitchell.........................................14.2 2001-02......... Jennifer Mitchell.........................................14.3 2002-03......... Sara Peterson..............................................17.9 2003-04......... JJ Smith.......................................................11.6 2004-05 ........ JJ Smith.......................................................15.3 2005-06......... JJ Smith.......................................................13.9 2006-07......... Karen Thies.................................................17.1 2007-08......... Alyssa Green...............................................14.1 2008-09......... Amanda Brodsack.......................................13.2 2009-10......... Alyssa Green...............................................15.3 2010-11......... Heather Pohl...............................................17.2 2011-12......... Paige Frauendorfer.....................................13.1 Yearly Rebounding Leaders 1975-76......... Niece Jochims...............................................8.8 1976-77......... Niece Jochims.............................................12.0 1977-78......... Niece Jochims.............................................11.2 1978-79......... Barb Hart....................................................12.2 1979-80......... Mary Henke-Anderson..................................8.5 1980-81......... Barb Hart......................................................9.3 1981-82......... Lisa Linthacum..............................................8.3 1982-83......... Mary Henke-Anderson..................................7.7 1983-84......... Jackie Scholten..............................................8.8 1984-85......... Jackie Scholten..............................................8.4 1985-86......... Laura J. Anderson..........................................9.3 1986-87......... Laura J. Anderson.........................................9.6 1987-88......... Laura J. Anderson.........................................9.8 1988-89......... Darcy Burns...................................................5.6 1989-90......... Darcy Burns...................................................8.1 1990-91......... Sandy Skradski..............................................6.8 1991-92......... Sandy Skradski............................................11.0 1992-93......... Sandy Skradski............................................11.0 1993-94......... Aimee Noel...................................................9.3 1994-95......... Michelle Spetman.........................................6.1 1995-96......... Amy Breen....................................................7.3 1996-97......... Stacie Kaiser..................................................7.0 1997-98......... Kim Birkel.....................................................5.4

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1998-99......... Sarah Larson.................................................7.6 1999-00......... Sarah Larson.................................................8.8 2000-01......... Tanya Hammes.............................................7.7 2001-02......... Tanya Hammes.............................................7.7 2002-03......... Tanya Hammes.............................................8.1 2003-04......... JJ Smith.........................................................5.3 2004-05......... JJ Smith.........................................................6.0 2005-06......... Karen Thies...................................................6.1 2006-07......... Karen Thies...................................................6.0 2007-08......... Latoya Wright...............................................6.7 2008-09......... Amanda Brodsack.........................................8.0 2009-10......... Ashley Nelson...............................................5.2 2010-11......... Heather Pohl.................................................5.8 2011-12......... Paige Frauendorfer.......................................9.1 Yearly Steal Leaders 1978-79......... Niece Jochims................................................66 1979-80......... Kriss Edwards.................................................95 1980-81......... Kriss Edwards...............................................117 1981-82......... Vicki Edmonds................................................61 1982-83......... Vicki Edmonds................................................83 1983-84......... Vicki Edmonds................................................54 1984-85......... Jena Janovy....................................................39 1985-86......... Rayna Wagley................................................47 1986-87......... Laura J. Anderson/Jackie Scholten.................39 1987-88......... Jena Janovy....................................................66 1988-89......... Jill Dau...........................................................66 1989-90......... Lisa Rath........................................................50 1990-91......... Kim Muma.....................................................45 1991-92......... Kim Priest.......................................................81 1992-93......... Linda Schabloske...........................................81 1993-94......... Amy Loth.......................................................74 1994-95......... Linda Schabloske Roh....................................69 1995-96......... Michelle Spetman..........................................69 1996-97......... Stacie Kaiser.................................................101 1997-98......... Beth Wilkinson...............................................86 1998-99......... Kim Birkel......................................................59 1999-00......... Darcy Stracke.................................................99 2000-01......... Jennifer Mitchell............................................41 2001-02......... Sara Peterson.................................................66 2002-03......... Sara Peterson.................................................84 2003-04......... JJ Smith..........................................................39 2004-05......... Karen Thies....................................................69 2005-06......... Karen Thies....................................................75 2006-07......... Karen Thies....................................................60 2007-08......... Alyssa Green..................................................57 2008-09......... Alyssa Green..................................................72 2009-10......... Jamie Nash.....................................................81 2010-11......... Jamie Nash.....................................................80 2011-12......... Jamie Nash...................................................110 Yearly Assist Leaders 1977-78......... Kriss Edwards...............................................100 1978-79......... Niece Jochims..............................................129 1979-80......... Kriss Edwards...............................................136 1980-81......... Kriss Edwards...............................................110 1981-82......... Mary Beaver...................................................72 1982-83......... Vicki Edmonds................................................72 1983-84......... Tammy Castle................................................82 1984-85......... Rayna Wagley................................................77 1985-86......... Jena Janovy..................................................104 1986-87......... Laura P. Anderson........................................108 1987-88......... Jena Janovy..................................................147 1988-89......... Julie Johnston................................................86

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1989-90......... Lisa Rath......................................................116 1990-91......... Lisa Rath......................................................120 1991-92......... Tricia Floyd.....................................................98 1992-93......... Lisa Rath........................................................86 1993-94......... Amy Loth.......................................................86 1994-95......... Stacie Kaiser...................................................71 1995-96......... Stacie Kaiser...................................................91 1996-97......... Stacie Kaiser.................................................122 1997-98......... Kim Birkel......................................................75 1998-99......... Jennifer Mitchell..........................................104 1999-00......... Darcy Stracke...............................................114 2000-01......... Jennifer Mitchell..........................................124 2001-02......... Jennifer Mitchell..........................................159 2002-03......... Shannon Eggers...........................................125 2003-04......... Shannon Eggers.............................................83 2004-05......... Karen Thies..................................................108 2005-06......... Toni Kinsey...................................................121 2006-07......... Alyssa Green................................................106 2007-08......... Alyssa Green..................................................83 2008-09......... Alyssa Green..................................................86 2009-10......... Jamie Nash.....................................................84 2010-11......... Jamie Nash...................................................120 2011-12......... Jamie Nash...................................................166 Yearly Blocked Shot Leaders 1978-79......... Barb Hart.......................................................19 1979-80......... Mary Henke....................................................75 1980-81......... Mary Henke....................................................86 1981-82......... Mary Henke....................................................67 1982-83......... Mary Henke Anderson....................................63 1983-84......... Julie Hengemuehler.......................................21 1984-85......... Julie Hengemuehler/Laura J. Anderson.........23 1985-86......... Laura J. Anderson..........................................38 1986-87......... Laura J. Anderson..........................................34 1987-88......... Carol Wink.....................................................42 1988-89......... Kathy Van Diepen..........................................37 1989-90......... Laura Larson..................................................11 1990-91......... Kim Muma.....................................................57 1991-92......... Kim Priest/Sandy Skradski.............................20 1992-93......... Sandy Skradski...............................................16 1993-94......... Michelle Spetman..........................................10 1994-95......... Linda Schabloske Roh....................................14 1995-96......... Amy Breen.....................................................21 1996-97......... Jacinda Van Fossen........................................21 1997-98......... Jacinda Van Fossen........................................12 1998-99......... Amy Soenen.....................................................8 1999-00......... Sarah Larson....................................................8 2000-01......... Tanya Hammes..............................................40 2001-02......... Tanya Hammes..............................................30 2002-03......... Tanya Hammes..............................................51 2003-04......... Carlye Jones...................................................14 2004-05......... Carlye Jones...................................................18 2005-06......... Carlye Jones...................................................14 2006-07......... Carlye Jones...................................................13 2007-08......... Amanda Brodsack..........................................29 2008-09......... Amanda Brodsack..........................................27 2009-10......... Ashley Nelson................................................44 2010-11......... Katie Kane......................................................25 2011-12......... Taijhe Kelly.....................................................43

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Abilene Christian........................................................ 1-0 Adams State............................................................... 3-0. Air Force..................................................................... 2-2 Alaska-Fairbanks........................................................ 2-0 Angelo State.............................................................. 1-0 Arizona State.............................................................. 0-1 Army.......................................................................... 1-0 Augusta State............................................................. 1-0 Augustana............................................................. 24-35 Avila........................................................................... 2-0 Baker.......................................................................... 1-0 Bemidji State............................................................. 2-0 Briar Cliff.................................................................... 7-2 Brigham Young.......................................................... 0-1 BYU-Hawaii................................................................ 1-0 Cal Poly...................................................................... 0-1 Cal Poly-Pomona........................................................ 0-1 Cal State-Chico........................................................... 1-0 Caldwell..................................................................... 1-0 Calumet College......................................................... 3-0 Central Arkansas........................................................ 1-0 Central College........................................................... 2-0 Central Missouri....................................................... 9-14 Chadron State............................................................ 4-0 Chaminade................................................................. 1-0 Claremore JC.............................................................. 1-0 College of St. Mary................................................... 25-1 Colorado School of Mines........................................... 1-2 Colorado State............................................................ 2-1 Columbus State.......................................................... 1-0 Concordia................................................................... 6-4 Concordia-St. Paul...................................................... 1-0 Cornell....................................................................... 0-1 Creighton................................................................. 16-9 CSU-Pueblo................................................................ 4-1 Dakota Wesleyan........................................................ 1-0 Dallas Christian.......................................................... 1-0 Dana.......................................................................... 3-0 Denver....................................................................... 2-1 Doane........................................................................ 5-3 Dordt.......................................................................... 1-0 Drake......................................................................... 1-5 Eastern Illinois............................................................ 2-0 Emporia State............................................................ 4-7 Florida International.................................................. 1-1 Florida Southern........................................................ 0-2 Fort Hays State........................................................... 3-4 Fort Valley State......................................................... 0-1 Franklin Pierce........................................................... 1-0 Freed-Hardeman........................................................ 1-0 Glenville State............................................................ 0-1 Grand Canyon............................................................. 4-0 Grand View............................................................... 11-4 Hamline..................................................................... 1-0 Hastings..................................................................... 7-2 Hawaii-Hilo................................................................ 1-0 Hawaii Pacific............................................................. 1-0 Illinois State............................................................... 1-0 Introduction

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Iowa........................................................................... 1-1 Iowa State.................................................................. 3-1 Iowa Wesleyan........................................................... 1-0 John F. Kennedy......................................................... 1-1 Johnson & Wales........................................................ 1-0 Kansas........................................................................ 3-4 Kansas State............................................................... 0-2 Kentucky.................................................................... 0-1 Lewis.......................................................................... 1-0 Lincoln....................................................................... 3-1 Loras.......................................................................... 1-0 Louisiana-Lafayette................................................... 0-1 Loyola Chicago........................................................... 0-1 Marshall..................................................................... 0-1 Marymount College................................................... 2-0 Massachusetts-Lowell................................................ 0-1 McPherson................................................................. 1-0 Mesa State................................................................. 1-0 Metro State................................................................ 6-2 Midland Lutheran.................................................. 17-13 Minnesota.................................................................. 0-1 Minnesota Duluth...................................................... 4-7 Minnesota-Morris...................................................... 2-0 Minnesota State..................................................... 29-22 Minnesota State-Moorhead....................................... 0-1 Missouri..................................................................... 0-1 Missouri-St. Louis....................................................... 2-0 Missouri S&T.............................................................. 3-0 Missouri Southern...................................................... 2-5 Missouri State (Southwest Missouri State)................. 8-2 Missouri Valley........................................................... 1-0 Missouri Western...................................................... 10-5 Montana State........................................................... 1-0 Morehead State.......................................................... 1-0 Morningside............................................................. 24-5 Mount Mercy.............................................................. 1-0 Nebraska................................................................ 11-20 Nebraska-Kearney.................................................. 10-19 Nebraska Wesleyan.................................................... 3-1 New Mexico............................................................... 0-1 New Orleans............................................................... 1-0 Newman.................................................................... 1-0 North Dakota........................................................... 8-46 North Dakota State................................................. 10-42 Northeastern State (Okla.)......................................... 0-1 Northern Colorado................................................. 10-23 Northern Iowa............................................................ 2-1 Northern State........................................................... 2-3 Northwest Missouri State....................................... 14-16 Northwestern (Iowa).................................................. 2-0 Oklahoma.................................................................. 0-1 Oklahoma Baptist...................................................... 0-1 Oklahoma City............................................................ 2-0 Oklahoma Panhandle State........................................ 1-0 Oklahoma State......................................................... 1-0 Oral Roberts............................................................... 1-1 Peru State.................................................................. 8-0 Phillips (Okla.)............................................................ 1-0

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Pittsburg State........................................................... 3-5 Queens....................................................................... 1-0 Quincy........................................................................ 3-1 Regis.......................................................................... 3-2 Rockhurst................................................................... 3-2 Rollins........................................................................ 1-0 Saint Louis................................................................. 0-1 San Francisco State.................................................... 1-0 Sioux Falls.................................................................. 2-0 SIU Edwardsville......................................................... 0-1 Sonoma State............................................................. 1-0 South Dakota......................................................... 34-33 South Dakota State................................................ 30-28 Southeast Missouri State............................................ 0-1 Southern Indiana....................................................... 0-1 Southern Oregon........................................................ 0-1 Southwest Baptist...................................................... 5-4 Southwest Minnesota State....................................... 2-3 St. Cloud State........................................................ 20-31 St. Francis................................................................... 0-1 St. Leo........................................................................ 1-0 St. Mary of the Plains................................................. 1-0 Tarkio......................................................................... 2-5 Texas A&M................................................................. 1-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville................................................. 0-1 Texas-Arlington.......................................................... 1-0 Texas Woman’s........................................................... 0-1 Truman...................................................................... 6-3 Tulsa........................................................................... 0-1 UC-Colorado Springs.................................................. 1-0 UC Davis..................................................................... 1-1 UMKC......................................................................... 1-3 UNLV.......................................................................... 0-1 Upper Iowa................................................................ 3-0 Utah........................................................................... 0-4 Utah State.................................................................. 1-0 Washburn.................................................................. 2-6 Wayne State............................................................. 8-11 Weber State............................................................... 1-0 West Texas State......................................................... 0-2 West Virginia State..................................................... 1-0 Western Illinois.......................................................... 1-1 Western State............................................................. 1-0 Westmar.................................................................... 3-2 Wichita State.............................................................. 1-0 William Penn.............................................................. 4-4 William Woods........................................................... 2-0 Winona State............................................................. 1-0 Wisconsin-La Crosse................................................... 1-0 York............................................................................ 7-0

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Tara Abbott.................................................................. 2006-07 Laura J. Anderson......................................................... 1984-88 Laura P. Anderson........................................................ 1983-87 Mary Henke Anderson.................................................. 1979-83 Sheri Anderson............................................................ 1978-80 Shirley Anderson.......................................................... 1970-71 Lauren Andrews........................................................... 2010-11 Julie Armetta............................................................... 1970-72 Sarah Austin................................................................. 2004-05 Stephanie Austin.......................................................... 2002-03 Lois Bacon.................................................................... 1972-73 Cherie Barg.................................................................. 1972-73 Mary Beaver................................................................. 1978-82 Tracy Beyer................................................................... 1993-94 Kim Birkel.................................................................... 1997-00 Anne Bomstad............................................................. 1999-02 Mary Boner.................................................................. 1974-76 Nicole Brabec............................................................... 1991-92 Tammy Brauer.............................................................. 1994-95 Amy Breen................................................................... 1993-97 Jean Brodie.................................................................. 1971-72 Amanda Brodsack........................................................ 2007-09 Pat Bromley................................................................. 1975-76 Kamillia Brown............................................................ 2007-09 Mary Brown................................................................. 2007-08 Darcy Burns.................................................................. 1987-91 Tammy Castle............................................................... 1981-84 Carly Cator.................................................................... 2010-11 Vicki Chandler.............................................................. 1970-71 Rachelle Clark.............................................................. 1991-92 Michelle Clifford........................................................... 1992-93 Jamie Collins................................................................ 1982-86 Karen Coupe................................................................. 1981-83 Cathleen Cox........................................................ 2011-present Judy Curtis................................................................... 1970-71 Gwen Dalton................................................................ 1989-91 Jill Dau......................................................................... 1985-89 Jenny DeSmet.............................................................. 1996-99 Jenny Digiacinto.......................................................... 1981-82 Kathy Drickey............................................................... 1974-78 Vicki Edmonds.............................................................. 1980-84 Kriss Edwards............................................................... 1977-81 Shannon Eggers........................................................... 2002-04 Sara Fagan-Myers........................................................ 2001-05 LaJean Fajen................................................................ 1992-93 Keri Feilen.................................................................... 1996-97 Carla Fitzpatrick........................................................... 1975-76 Sandy Fletcher............................................................. 1973-77 Tricia Floyd................................................................... 1988-92 Jerry Flynn................................................................... 1970-73 Lauren Fox................................................................... 2008-09 Paige Frauendorfer.............................................. 2009-present Ashley Freerksen.......................................................... 2005-07 Stacia Gebers....................................................... 2010-present Micky Gehringer........................................................... 1973-75 Phyllis Gehringer.......................................................... 1973-74 Therese Gehringer........................................................ 1971-74 Lacey Geitzenhauer...................................................... 2005-07 Cindy Goff.................................................................... 1974-75 Alyssa Green................................................................ 2006-10 Chelsie Groslie.............................................................. 2001-05 Norene Groff................................................................ 1977-81 Tanya Hammes............................................................. 1999-03 Cayla Hargrove............................................................. 2005-09 Barb Hart..................................................................... 1977-81 Mary Jo Henderson...................................................... 1979-81

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Julie Hengemuehler..................................................... 1981-85 Kiley Herold................................................................. 2009-10 Nancy Hopewell........................................................... 1970-71 Rese Huddlin................................................................ 2011-12 Tari Iwanski.................................................................. 1972-73 Betty Jacobsen............................................................. 1970-73 Jena Janovy................................................................. 1984-88 Niece Jochims.............................................................. 1975-79 Carmella Johnson......................................................... 1981-85 Elaine Johnson............................................................. 1974-78 Julie Johnston.............................................................. 1985-89 Carlye Jones................................................................. 2003-07 Stacie Kaiser................................................................. 1993-97 Katie Kane.................................................................... 2006-10 Helen Keiderling.......................................................... 1976-77 Taijhe Kelly........................................................... 2011-present Kari Kerkhoff................................................................ 1997-01 Toni Kinsey................................................................... 2005-07 Lindsey Klug................................................................ 2007-08 Katie Knapp................................................................. 2000-02 Leigh Kofoed................................................................ 1988-90 Regina Kolc.................................................................. 1987-88 Becky Kramer............................................................... 1988-90 Laura Larson................................................................ 1986-90 Sarah Larson................................................................ 1996-00 Joy Leger...................................................................... 1974-77 Zenta Liepa.......................................................... 2011-present Pat Linson.................................................................... 1975-76 Lisa Linthacum............................................................. 1981-83 Amy Loth..................................................................... 1993-97 Julie Luther.................................................................. 1977-79 Kayla Luttman.............................................................. 1995-98 Holly Lynch.................................................................. 1984-88 Ellen Majewski............................................................. 2005-09 Chelsea Malone............................................................ 2004-05 Christyn Malone........................................................... 1998-99 Liz Mannix................................................................... 1979-81 Fran Martin.................................................................. 1982-84 Cathy Mauer................................................................. 1992-96 Stacy McArthur.................................................1992-94, 95-96 Mary McCauley............................................................ 1983-85 Sue McGaffin................................................................ 1973-74 Kristen McMahon......................................................... 2005-06 Judy Melius.................................................................. 1972-76 Kay Metoyer................................................................. 1973-75 Wendy Millard............................................................. 1987-89 Heather Minssen.......................................................... 2006-07 Julie Mingo.................................................................. 1977-80 Jennifer Mitchell.......................................................... 1998-02 Marsha Moore.............................................................. 1988-93 Ronda Motykowski...................................................... 1980-85 Kim Muma................................................................... 1990-92 Idelle Murphy............................................................... 1996-98 Julie Nahas................................................................... 1993-95 Amanda Nannen.......................................................... 1989-91 Jamie Nash........................................................... 2009-present Patty Neiderheiser....................................................... 1974-75 Ashley Nelson.............................................................. 2006-10 Diane Ninemire............................................................ 1977-80 Aimee Noel.................................................................. 1989-94 Marsha Novotny........................................................... 1998-99 Jill Ohm........................................................................ 1995-99 Natasha Owens............................................................ 1997-99 Georgeann Parizek....................................................... 1970-73 Kara Paul...................................................................... 1999-02 Dee Pavelka................................................................. 1975-77

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Jolene Perryman.......................................................... 1975-78 Lindsey Petersen.......................................................... 2000-05 Karen Peterson............................................................. 1971-73 Sara Peterson............................................................... 1999-03 Tammy Pilcher............................................................. 1995-96 Jeanne Pistillo.............................................................. 1982-83 Heather Pohl................................................................ 2008-12 Carole Polacek.............................................................. 1971-72 LaCheryl Prince............................................................ 2002-06 Lisa Rath...................................................................... 1989-93 Jasamine Reeves.......................................................... 2010-11 Sara Reeves.................................................................. 2009-11 Kylee Rinehart............................................................. 2007-10 Linda Schabloske-Roh.................................................. 1991-96 Leslie Ross.................................................................... 2003-05 Cindy Rudloff............................................................... 1972-76 Renita Samuel.............................................................. 1980-82 Autralius Sanders......................................................... 2008-10 Kayleen Schmaderer.................................................... 1989-90 Andrea Schoepf............................................................ 2003-05 Jackie Scholten............................................................ 1983-87 Angie Schroer............................................................... 1996-97 Teena Schultz............................................................... 1993-94 Melissa Scott................................................................ 2000-01 Cassi Siska.................................................................... 2007-08 Sandy Skradski............................................................. 1989-93 JJ Smith....................................................................... 2002-06 Michele Smith.............................................................. 1980-81 Amy Soenen................................................................. 1997-00 Jordan Spencer............................................................ 2010-11 Michelle Spetman........................................................ 1993-96 Cherie Stickels.............................................................. 1976-77 Dawn Stoehr................................................................ 1990-91 Darcy Stracke............................................................... 1999-00 Kirsten Sullivan............................................................ 1979-82 Andi Sutherland........................................................... 1999-01 Raina Tasa.................................................................... 2001-04 Tana Taylor................................................................... 1970-73 Karen Thies.................................................................. 2004-07 Mandi Thomas............................................................. 1994-95 Shonna Tryon............................................................... 1991-95 Krissy Turman............................................................... 2003-04 Kathy Van Diepen......................................................... 1985-89 Deb Van Dusen............................................................. 1977-80 Jacinda Van Fossen....................................................... 1994-98 Valerie Vawter.............................................................. 1984-85 Tiffany Volk.................................................................. 1997-98 Rachel Volnek............................................................... 1999-03 Rayna Wagley.............................................................. 1984-89 Loretta Wells................................................................ 1992-93 Katie Welsh.................................................................. 1996-99 Erin Wessling................................................................ 2000-02 Connie Wichman.......................................................... 1974-76 Sue Wieger................................................................... 1982-84 Roxanne Wiles.............................................................. 1990-94 Michele Wilhelm.......................................................... 1993-94 Beth Wilkinson............................................................. 1994-98 Carol Wink.................................................................... 1985-88 Jill Wolf........................................................................ 2006-08 Amanda Woodring....................................................... 2010-12 LaToya Wright.............................................................. 2007-09 Jenny Wurtz................................................................. 1982-83 Dennie Young............................................................... 1994-96 Jessica Zaruba.............................................................. 2009-12 Skeeter Zoucha............................................................. 2003-04 Amy Zupan................................................................... 1989-90

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1971-72 (2-6)

Head Coach: Joyce Morris Wayne State Nebraska Nebraska Wesleyan Wayne State Nebraska Wesleyan Midland Lutheran Nebraska Wesleyan Concordia

L, 14-48 L, 29-55 L, 32-43 L, 24-66 W, 58-33 L, 40-68 W, 38-37 L, 45-52

1972-73 (4-7)

Head Coach: Joyce Morris Nebraska College of St. Mary College of St. Mary Midland Lutheran Concordia Nebraska Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska College of St. Mary Concordia Nebraska

W, 36-32 W, 33-24 W, 39-29 L, 32-52 L, 28-37 L, 44-52 L, 29-44 L, 34-40 W, 33-24 L, 28-37 L, 44-52

1973-74 (8-8)

Head Coach: Dee Grindle College of St. Mary Midland Lutheran Nebraska-Kearney Midland Lutheran Nebraska-Kearney Wayne State Creighton Nebraska Concordia Creighton Wayne State Concordia Wayne State College of St. Mary Creighton John F. Kennedy

W, 57-16 L, 31-64 W, 39-29 L, 41-48 W, 47-46 L, 37-55 W, 35-30 L, 32-53 W, 53-26 L, 27-43 L, 32-45 W, 36-31 L, 41-58 W, 48-42 W, 39-35 L, 47-57

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Nebraska-Kearney Concordia College of St. Mary Concordia Westmar Creighton Midland Lutheran Nebraska-Kearney Tarkio Nebraska Peru State John F. Kennedy College of St. Mary

L, 47-49 W, 71-46 W, 62-52 W, 43-39 L, 52-63 W, 51-38 L, 48-64 L, 55-63 L, 33-38 L, 54-71 W, 91-37 W, 72-63 L, 47-48

1975-76 (10-9)

Head Coach: Dee Grindle Tarkio College of St. Mary Westmar Briar Cliff Midland Lutheran Nebraska Nebraska-Kearney Creighton College of St. Mary Briar Cliff Nebraska Tarkio Midland Lutheran Concordia Nebraska-Kearney Creighton Concordia Nebraska Wayne State

L, 55-62 W, 77-47 L, 64-66 W, 71-60 L, 53-84 L, 46-52 W, 64-43 W, 56-38 W, 71-34 W, 82-45 L, 55-76 L, 60-81 L, 52-56 W, 73-51 W, 71-42 W, 57-35 W, 61-49 L, 59-73 L, 56-68

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Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg College of St. Mary Northern Colorado Utah Tarkio Kansas Westmar South Dakota State Nebraska South Dakota State Southwest Missouri State Northwest Missouri State Nebraska Briar Cliff South Dakota State Creighton

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W, 75-41 W, 69-57 L, 57-71 L, 50-62 W, 74-55 W, 76-58 W, 74-38 L, 56-62 W, 63-46 W, 64-59 W, 66-65 L, 41-54 L, 48-49 W, 67-48 W, 68-42 Review

Nebraska Kansas Midland Lutheran Wayne State Westmar Creighton Tarkio Nebraska Northwest Missouri State Nebraska Nebraska North Dakota State Kansas State Central Missouri

L, 52-75 W, 58-55 L, 63-79 L, 68-73 W, 63-58 W, 64-30 W, 56-51 W, 52-36 L, 52-54 L, 57-73 W, 74-54 W, 91-54 L, 61-90 L, 71-81 OT

1977-78 (18-10)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg W, 56-29 Nov. 21 Creighton W, 75-48 Nov. 25 vs. Claremore JC Nov. 26 at Southwest Missouri State W, 73-50 Nov. 27 vs. Kansas L, 68-78 OT Nov. 30 Kansas L, 66-72 Dec. 2 at Brigham Young L, 64-67 at Utah L, 63-76 Dec. 3 Dec. 13 Drake W, 73-50 Dec. 16 at South Dakota State W, 60-48 Dec. 19 Briar Cliff W, 75-41 vs. Texas A&M W, 50-48 Jan. 4 vs. Phillips W, 64-57 Jan. 5 vs. Central Missouri L, 55-71 Jan. 6 Jan. 12 vs. South Dakota State W, 56-43 Jan. 13 vs. Oral Roberts L, 51-63 Jan. 14 at Central Missouri W, 63-61 Jan. 18 at Midland Lutheran W, 73-62 Jan. 21 South Dakota W, 65-50 Jan. 25 Nebraska W, 65-49 Feb. 4 at Northwest Missouri State W, 70-62 Feb. 8 at Wayne State W, 80-52 Feb. 10 South Dakota State W, 77-57 Feb. 11 Drake L, 66-83 Feb. 15 at Nebraska L, 48-56 Feb. 17 Southwest Missouri State W, 104-71 Feb. 21 at South Dakota L, 66-69 Feb. 24 Nebraska W, 75-64 L, 57-72 March 9 vs. Drake

1978-79 (19-12)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 17 College of St. Mary Nov. 24 vs. Wichita State Nov. 25 at Northwest Missouri State Nov. 26 at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 29 South Dakota History and Records

W, 76-55 W, 90-68 L, 43-54 W, 88-64 W, 72-66

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at Creighton Drake Grand View Tarkio at Iowa Iowa State Utah Colorado State @Oral Roberts @Kansas @Illinois State @Minnesota @Central Missouri South Dakota State Nebraska @Missouri @Southwest Missouri State @South Dakota State Northwest Missouri State @Kansas @Drake Midland Lutheran Wayne State @South Dakota @Nebraska @Nebraska

W, 75-43 L, 59-79 W, 88-72 W, 95-64 L, 61-63 W, 74-59 L, 72-73 W, 80-41 W, 64-63 L, 58-78 W, 69-51 L, 65-76 W, 76-72 W, 64-55 L, 49-59 L, 71-90 W, 75-72 W, 82-75 L, 66-70 L, 67-77 L, 68-79 W, 66-61 W, 95-69 W, 68-66 W, 50-48 L, 59-73

1979-80 (22-13, 5-1 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 16 College of St. Mary Nov. 23 vs. Oklahoma Nov. 24 @Southwest Missouri State Nov. 30 Grand View Dec. 1 @Drake Dec. 4 @Creighton Dec. 7 vs. Eastern Illinois Dec. 8 @Iowa State Dec. 12 South Dakota State* Dec. 14 Nebraska Dec. 19 Central College Jan. 3 vs. New Mexico Jan. 4 vs. Texas Woman’s Jan. 5 vs. Air Force Jan. 8 @Midland Lutheran Jan. 16 Hastings Jan. 18 @South Dakota* Jan. 22 @South Dakota State* Jan. 25 William Penn Jan. 26 Northern Iowa Jan. 30 Nebraska Feb. 1 Iowa State Feb. 2 @William Penn Feb. 8 @North Dakota State* Introduction

Coaches

W, 74-53 L, 40-67 L, 66-67 W, 80-73 L, 66-80 W, 75-65 W, 61-58 L, 64-79 W, 76-45 L, 49-77 W, 78-49 L, 67-73 L, 63-83 W, 92-77 W, 64-56 W, 77-53 L, 58-69 W, 61-59 L, 58-60 W, 73-59 W, 66-62 W, 73-61 L, 40-57 W, 64-58

Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 March 6 March 7 March 8

@South Dakota* W, 72-67 @Wayne State L, 68-76 South Dakota* W, 62-58 Creighton W, 68-58 vs. Chadron State W, 79-47 vs. Hastings W, 69-45 vs. Nebraska-Kearney W, 62-53 vs. Southwest Missouri State W, 61-41 vs. William Woods W, 59-57 vs. William Penn L, 60-73 vs. Cal Poly Pomona L, 64-79

1980-81 (27-7, 7-1 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 18 College of St. Mary W, 73-45 Nov. 21 vs. William Woods W, 55-41 Nov. 22 @Emporia State L, 50-57 Nov. 28 vs. Lewis W, 74-59 Nov. 29 vs. Eastern Illinois W, 71-58 Nov. 30 @Missouri-St. Louis W, 70-50 Dec. 2 @Creighton W, 65-59 Dec. 5 William Penn W, 71-69 OT Dec. 6 South Dakota State* W, 86-60 Dec. 12 Grand View W, 84-60 Dec. 19 @Nebraska L, 64-74 Jan. 3 @Kansas State L, 77-79 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks W, 72-45 Jan. 8 Jan. 9 @Air Force L, 60-68 @Hastings W, 79-39 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Baker W, 91-58 Jan. 17 North Dakota State* W, 85-63 Jan. 23 South Dakota* W, 70-53 Jan. 27 Creighton W, 80-72 Jan. 30 Southwest Missouri State W, 75-58 Feb. 4 Midland Lutheran W, 61-49 Feb. 6 @William Penn L, 38-63 Feb. 7 @Central College W, 71-70 Feb. 13 vs. South Dakota State* W, 71-57 Feb. 14 vs. Augustana* W, 77-67 Feb. 18 Wayne State W, 66-49 Feb. 20 @South Dakota* L, 48-60 Feb. 21 @South Dakota State* W, 43-39 Feb. 25 Chadron State W, 99-51 Feb. 26 @College of St. Mary W, 87-54 Feb. 27 Arizona State L, 72-84 W, 64-45 March 12 St. Mary of the Plains March 14 @Southwest Missouri State W, 57-48 March 17 @North Dakota State* W, 84-56

1981-82 (22-6, 8-2 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 20 College of St. Mary Nov. 21 @Grand View

The Mavs

Opponents

W, 86-44 L, 65-66 Review

Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 15 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 March 2

Northern Iowa Oklahoma Baptist McPherson Creighton Central Missouri Northern Colorado @Utah @Utah State @Weber State Emporia State North Dakota* @Wayne State @South Dakota* Iowa @South Dakota State* @Midland Lutheran Augustana* South Dakota State* @North Dakota* @North Dakota State* @Creighton South Dakota* vs. Northern Colorado vs. Augustana* vs. North Dakota State* vs. Fort Valley State

W, 71-54 L, 52-53 W, 74-54 W, 82-53 W, 58-50 W, 79-53 L, 56-87 W, 89-79 OT W, 66-65 OT W, 77-73 OT W, 68-52 W, 83-45 L, 63-65 W, 64-54 L, 56-59 W, 88-80 OT W, 67-63 W, 63-39 W, 62-49 W, 68-65 OT W, 71-45 W, 58-55 W, 90-40 W, 72-65 W, 66-65 L, 74-75

1982-83 (13-14, 5-5 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 19 vs. Northern Iowa L, 62-78 L, 61-63 Nov. 20 vs. Minnesota State Nov. 26 Regis W, 61-40 Nov. 27 Wisconsin-La Crosse W, 65-44 Nov. 28 Oklahoma City W, 63-57 Dec. 3 Grand View L, 58-63 Dec. 4 Morningside W, 61-58 Dec. 7 Augustana* W, 69-59 Dec. 11 @Central Missouri L, 53-60 Dec. 15 College of St. Mary W, 70-48 Jan. 2 vs. Saint Francis L, 59-60 Jan. 3 vs. Florida International W, 55-53 Jan. 5 vs. Oklahoma State W, 62-58 OT Jan. 14 Northwest Missouri State W, 83-61 Jan. 17 @Creighton L, 60-70 Jan. 22 UNLV L, 56-59 Jan. 28 @North Dakota* L, 55-57 Jan. 29 @North Dakota State* L, 75-80 OT South Dakota State* W, 65-52 Feb. 4 Feb. 5 South Dakota* W, 54-53 Feb. 8 Midland Lutheran L, 58-66 Feb. 11 @South Dakota State* W, 59-43 Feb. 12 @Augustana* W, 59-55 Feb. 19 @South Dakota* L, 58-66 History and Records

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L, 57-64 L, 68-70 L, 60-62

1983-84 (14-12, 6-6 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 8 Hamline W, 92-41 Nov. 20 Loras W, 85-46 Nov. 25 Northwest Missouri State L, 74-76 Nov. 26 St. Cloud State W, 76-54 Dec. 2 @Grand View L, 66-68 Dec. 3 @Iowa State W, 66-65 Dec. 10 Central Missouri W, 69-58 Dec. 14 Minnesota State* W, 79-62 Dec. 17 @Northwest Missouri State L, 65-79 @Florida International L, 60-72 Jan. 2 Jan. 3 vs. Army W, 66-51 @Southwest Missouri State L, 60-66 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 @Midland Lutheran W, 83-64 W, 70-51 Jan. 15 Briar Cliff Jan. 21 @Minnesota State* L, 70-84 Jan. 27 North Dakota* L, 56-77 Jan. 28 North Dakota State* W, 65-62 Feb. 3 @South Dakota State* W, 68-62 Feb. 4 @South Dakota* L, 63-66 Feb. 10 South Dakota State* W, 76-68 OT Feb. 11 Augustana* W, 84-73 Feb. 14 @Augustana* L, 71-75 Feb. 18 South Dakota* L, 63-70 Feb. 24 @North Dakota* W, 68-67 Feb. 25 @North Dakota State* L, 64-85 March 2 Creighton L, 61-64

1984-85 (14-14, 5-9 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 16 William Penn Nov. 18 Marymount College Nov. 23 Nebraska Nov. 24 Oklahoma City Nov. 30 Emporia State Dec. 1 Grand View Dec. 7 vs. Kansas Dec. 8 @UMKC Dec. 11 Northwest Missouri State Dec. 15 @Central Missouri Dec. 19 Peru State Dec. 29 @Colorado State Jan. 4 @South Dakota State* Jan. 5 @Augustana* Jan. 11 Minnesota State* Jan. 12 St. Cloud State* Jan. 16 Midland Lutheran Jan. 19 @South Dakota* Introduction

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W, 68-58 W, 76-54 W, 71-49 W, 87-58 W, 75-63 W, 56-38 W, 57-55 L, 51-62 W, 65-60 L, 58-85 W, 90-68 L, 58-71 L, 49-66 W, 89-85 L, 68-72 W, 61-59 L, 73-80 L, 67-68

Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 23

North Dakota State* North Dakota* South Dakota State* Augustana* @Minnesota State* @St. Cloud State* @Creighton South Dakota* @North Dakota State* @North Dakota*

L, 71-85 L, 60-77 W, 67-56 W, 72-67 W, 72-69 L, 48-64 L, 68-76 L, 56-70 L, 67-84 L, 68-72

1985-86 (14-12, 7-7 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 22 Washburn W, 90-55 Nov. 29 Missouri S&T W, 85-59 Nov. 30 Southeast Missouri State L, 52-70 Dec. 6 @Northwest Missouri State L, 78-92 Dec. 7 Doane W, 76-55 Dec. 11 @Grand View L, 82-84 OT Dec. 14 @Midland Lutheran W, 59-58 Dec. 17 Central Missouri W, 83-73 Dec. 20 @Nebraska L, 60-84 Jan. 3 South Dakota State* W, 80-77 Jan. 4 Augustana* L, 69-79 @Minnesota State* L, 44-69 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 @St. Cloud State* L, 62-74 Jan. 16 Colorado State W, 72-63 Jan. 18 South Dakota* L, 64-75 Jan. 24 @North Dakota State* W, 83-79 OT Jan. 25 @North Dakota* W, 83-78 OT Jan. 31 @South Dakota State* W, 66-62 Feb. 1 @Augustana* W, 74-64 Feb. 7 Minnesota State* L, 72-88 Feb. 8 St. Cloud State* W, 79-62 Feb. 11 College of St. Mary W, 83-79 2OT Feb. 15 @South Dakota* W, 69-66 Feb. 21 North Dakota State* L, 71-78 Feb. 22 North Dakota* L, 69-70 Feb. 28 Creighton L, 72-86

1986-87 (21-8, 11-3 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 21 Northwestern (Iowa) Nov. 23 Doane Nov. 26 @West Texas State Nov. 28 @Abilene Christian Nov. 29 vs. Angelo State Dec. 5 @Central Missouri Dec. 6 @Washburn Dec. 9 UMKC Dec. 12 Northwest Missouri Dec. 13 Grand View Dec. 20 Nebraska

The Mavs

Opponents

W, 96-64 W, 88-72 L, 69-77 W, 93-77 W, 65-61 L, 59-63 L, 59-84 W, 85-69 W, 77-60 W, 68-66 W, 76-74 Review

Jan. 2 Jan. 3 Jan. 8 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 24 Jan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Feb. 28

W, 91-62 W, 53-50 W, 84-73 W, 70-64 W, 65-52 L, 47-55 W, 87-78 W, 71-70 W, 71-70 W, 85-78 L, 66-70 W, 71-68 W, 66-51 W, 90-50 W, 77-60 L, 66-74 L, 64-85 L, 60-68

@Augustana @South Dakota State St. Cloud State Minnesota State Midland Lutheran @South Dakota North Dakota North Dakota State Augustana South Dakota State @St. Cloud State @Minnesota State South Dakota @College of St. Mary @North Dakota @North Dakota State Creighton @St. Cloud State

1987-88 (14-13, 4-10 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 20 Westmar Nov. 27 vs. UC Davis Nov. 28 vs. Sonoma State Dec. 4 Missouri Southern Dec. 5 Morningside Dec. 11 @UMKC Dec. 12 @Northwest Missouri State Dec. 19 @Midland Lutheran Jan. 2 Creighton Jan. 8 Augustana* Jan. 9 South Dakota State* Jan. 12 South Dakota* Jan. 15 @St. Cloud State* Jan. 16 @Minnesota State* Jan. 20 Doane Jan. 23 College of St. Mary Jan. 29 @North Dakota* Jan. 30 @North Dakota State* Feb. 6 @Augustana* Feb. 7 @South Dakota State* Feb. 12 St. Cloud State* Feb. 13 Minnesota State* Feb. 19 @Grand View Feb. 20 Quincy Feb. 26 North Dakota* Feb. 27 North Dakota State* March 3 @South Dakota*

W, 96-40 W, 87-59 W, 85-36 W, 79-66 W, 70-68 L, 68-72 L, 66-78 W, 88-78 L, 76-90 L, 64-70 W, 90-51 W, 91-53 L, 49-64 L, 62-78 W, 80-63 W, 81-58 L, 96-102 L, 43-60 W, 83-72 L, 61-69 L, 69-80 W, 77-73 W, 81-71 W, 82-71 L, 73-74 L, 67-85 L, 68-78

1988-89 (14-14, 5-9 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 23 @Northern Colorado Nov. 25 @Metro State History and Records

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@Regis W, 84-77 OT Creighton L, 67-71 Northwest Missouri State W, 74-59 @Quincy L, 83-85 OT @Truman W, 79-56 Hastings W, 78-69 Midland Lutheran W, 76-46 College of St. Mary W, 67-49 @South Dakota State* W, 72-63 @Augustana* W, 67-66 @South Dakota* L, 57-78 Minnesota State* W, 83-54 St. Cloud State* L, 56-76 @Morningside L, 49-64 Doane L, 61-68 North Dakota State* L, 64-67 North Dakota* L, 52-79 South Dakota State* L, 64-67 Augustana* W, 83-75 @Minnesota State* W, 76-52 @St. Cloud State* L, 71-83 Marymount College W, 89-59 Grand View W, 89-79 @North Dakota State* L, 65-89 @North Dakota* L, 55-70 South Dakota* L, 62-81

1989-90 (12-16, 6-12 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg W, 84-71 Nov. 17 Northwestern (Iowa) L, 64-71 Nov. 22 @Florida Southern Nov. 24 vs. Queens W, 68-61 Nov. 25 vs. Northeastern State (Okla.) L, 48-74 Wayne State W, 73-67 Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Quincy W, 71-64 Missouri Western W, 59-51 Dec. 9 Dec. 13 Nebraska-Kearney L, 76-89 Dec. 19 @Midland Lutheran L, 71-76 Dec. 20 Metro State W, 77-66 Jan. 5 South Dakota State L, 62-74 Jan. 6 Augustana W, 75-69 Jan. 9 Northern Colorado L, 73-77 OT @St. Cloud State L, 60-88 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 @Minnesota State W, 71-61 Jan. 19 South Dakota W, 64-62 Jan. 20 Morningside W, 85-66 Jan. 26 @North Dakota L, 44-94 Jan. 27 @North Dakota State L, 58-72 Feb. 2 @South Dakota State L, 60-72 Feb. 3 @Augustana L, 79-87 Feb. 9 St. Cloud State L, 66-87 Feb. 10 Minnesota State W, 74-66 @South Dakota L, 76-77 Feb. 16 Introduction

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W, 81-66 L, 75-88 L, 78-81 L, 80-93

@Morningside North Dakota North Dakota State @Northern Colorado

1990-91 (12-16, 7-11 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 16 Truman Nov. 21 @UC Davis Nov. 23 vs. Cal Poly Nov. 24 vs. Air Force Regis Dec. 1 Dec. 7 @Missouri Western @Northwest Missouri State Dec. 8 Dec. 12 Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 15 Midland Lutheran Dec. 20 Doane @Northern Colorado* Jan. 5 Jan. 11 South Dakota State* Jan. 12 Augustana* Jan. 18 @Minnesota State* Jan. 19 @St. Cloud State* Jan. 25 Morningside* Jan. 26 South Dakota* Feb. 1 @North Dakota State* Feb. 2 @North Dakota* Feb. 8 @Augustana* @South Dakota State* Feb. 9 Feb. 15 St. Cloud State* Feb. 16 Minnesota State* Feb. 22 @South Dakota* @Morningside* Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Northern Colorado* March 1 North Dakota* March 2 North Dakota State*

W, 90-79 L, 58-59 L, 59-64 L, 60-62 OT W, 88-53 W, 68-51 L, 72-87 W, 74-71 W, 88-74 L, 63-68 L, 83-87 W, 77-67 W, 76-74 L, 71-73 OT L, 57-64 W, 83-69 L, 62-75 L, 71-95 L, 41-69 L, 58-84 L, 56-67 OT W, 77-75 OT W, 56-49 L, 57-71 W, 70-59 W, 77-64 L, 62-71 L, 63-82

1991-92 (20-9, 12-6 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 22 Nebraska Wesleyan Nov. 24 Avila Nov. 29 vs. Air Force Nov. 30 @Grand Canyon Dec. 6 Missouri Western Dec. 7 Northwest Missouri Dec. 11 Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 14 @Midland Lutheran Dec. 19 Doane Jan. 4 Northern Colorado* Jan. 10 @South Dakota State* Jan. 11 @Augustana* Jan. 17 Minnesota State* Jan. 18 St. Cloud State* Jan. 24 @Morningside*

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Opponents

W, 87-56 W, 88-45 W, 81-63 W, 92-74 W, 60-54 W, 53-49 W, 80-63 W, 74-70 L, 60-66 W, 74-65 L, 55-70 L, 79-97 W, 66-59 W, 59-54 W, 77-64 Review

Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 Feb. 29 March 3 March 7 March 8

@South Dakota* North Dakota State* North Dakota* Augustana* South Dakota State* @St. Cloud State* @Minnesota State* South Dakota State* Morningside* @North Dakota* @North Dakota State* West Texas State @Northern Colorado* vs. Augustana*

W, 63-58 L, 51-69 L, 67-69 L, 65-76 W, 62-53 W, 78-74 W, 73-66 W, 80-53 W, 71-47 W, 59-58 L, 61-64 L, 60-75 W, 83-66 L, 70-83

1992-93 (7-19, 4-14 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg L, 66-69 Nov. 27 SIU Edwardsville Nov. 28 Missouri Western L, 64-66 Dec. 4 @Missouri Western W, 63-61 Dec. 5 @Northwest Missouri State L, 57-75 @Nebraska-Kearney L, 80-81 Dec. 9 Dec. 12 Midland Lutheran W, 79-43 L, 64-71 Dec. 18 Denver Dec. 29 Peru State W, 61-47 Jan. 2 @Augustana* L, 72-99 Jan. 3 @South Dakota State* L, 51-60 Northern Colorado* L, 54-56 Jan. 9 Jan. 15 North Dakota State* L, 56-88 Jan. 16 North Dakota* L, 57-64 Jan. 22 @Morningside* L, 41-88 @South Dakota* L, 70-79 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Minnesota State* W, 68-63 OT Jan. 30 St. Cloud State* W, 95-51 Feb. 6 @Northern Colorado* L, 68-69 Feb. 12 @North Dakota* L, 50-82 @North Dakota State* L, 52-88 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 South Dakota* L, 64-66 Feb. 20 Morningside* L, 57-81 Feb. 26 @St. Cloud State* W, 104-61 Feb. 27 @Minnesota State* W, 73-65 March 5 Augustana* L, 60-80 March 6 South Dakota State* L, 59-75

1993-94 (12-14, 6-12 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 19 Avila Nov. 26 @St. Leo Nov. 27 @Rollins Dec. 3 Bemidji State Dec. 4 Denver Dec. 8 Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 11 @Midland Lutheran History and Records

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Hastings College South Dakota State* Augustana* @Northern Colorado* @North Dakota State* @North Dakota* Morningside* South Dakota* @Minnesota State* @St. Cloud State* Northern Colorado* North Dakota* North Dakota State* @South Dakota* @Morningside* St. Cloud State* Minnesota State* @Augustana* @South Dakota State*

L, 85-89 L, 62-67 L, 67-93 L, 64-80 L, 60-88 L, 66-99 W, 79-65 W, 82-77 L, 74-75 W, 86-64 L, 63-69 L, 56-81 L, 66-79 L, 63-77 W, 85-78 W, 69-47 W, 78-71 OT L, 66-90 L, 66-92

1994-95 (14-13, 8-10 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 10 Grand View Nov. 25 vs. Southwest Baptist Nov. 26 @Missouri S&T Dec. 2 Quincy Dec. 3 Emporia State Dec. 7 @Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 9 Midland Lutheran Dec. 11 @Missouri Western Dec. 17 Hastings Dec. 30 Minnesota State* Dec. 31 St. Cloud State* @South Dakota State* Jan. 6 Jan. 7 @Augustana* Jan. 13 Northern Colorado* Jan. 20 North Dakota State* Jan. 21 North Dakota* Jan. 27 @Morningside* Jan. 28 @South Dakota* Feb. 3 Augustana* Feb. 4 South Dakota State* Feb. 11 @Northern Colorado* Feb. 17 @North Dakota* Feb. 18 @North Dakota State* Feb. 24 South Dakota* Feb. 25 Morningside* March 3 @St. Cloud State* March 4 @Minnesota State*

W, 85-56 L, 74-92 W, 91-71 W, 82-34 W, 84-64 L, 53-64 W, 81-62 L, 79-89 W, 92-73 W, 57-56 W, 85-69 L, 65-76 L, 45-87 W, 71-70 OT L, 45-82 L, 61-76 W, 94-79 W, 81-57 L, 66-85 W, 68-64 L, 64-80 L, 67-87 L, 63-97 W, 74-69 W, 72-56 L, 65-68 L, 76-77

1995-96 (13-14, 8-10 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 17 @Southwest Minnesota State Introduction

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L, 72-75

Nov. 18 Nov. 22 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Dec. 6 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 5 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 March 1 March 2

vs. Northern State L, 62-75 @Metro State W, 80-74 Denver W, 71-51 Wayne State W, 85-55 Northwest Missouri State W, 92-55 @Midland Lutheran L, 74-77 Missouri Western W, 90-77 Nebraska-Kearney L, 54-70 @Minnesota State* W, 71-53 @St. Cloud State* L, 74-78 OT South Dakota State* L, 51-74 Augustana* W, 73-58 @Northern Colorado* L, 76-88 @North Dakota State* L, 45-71 @North Dakota* L, 63-88 Morningside* W, 88-68 South Dakota* W, 102-61 @Augustana* W, 77-58 @South Dakota State* L, 76-81 Northern Colorado* W, 69-64 North Dakota* L, 70-76 North Dakota State* L, 57-88 @South Dakota* W, 75-60 @Morningside* L, 73-80 St. Cloud State* L, 70-76 Minnesota State* W, 89-83

1996-97 (16-10, 9-9 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 24 Grand View Nov. 29 Moorhead State Dec. 5 Metro State Dec. 6 @Grand Canyon Dec. 6 vs. San Francisco State Dec. 11 Midland Lutheran Dec. 14 @Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 21 Hastings College Dec. 28 @Morningside* Dec. 29 @South Dakota* Jan. 2 Minnesota State* St. Cloud State* Jan. 4 Jan. 12 @South Dakota State* Jan. 13 @Augustana* Jan. 18 Northern Colorado* Jan. 24 North Dakota State* Jan. 28 North Dakota* Jan. 31 @St. Cloud State* Feb. 1 @Minnesota State* Feb. 7 Augustana* Feb. 8 South Dakota State* Feb. 15 @Northern Colorado* Feb. 21 @North Dakota* Feb. 22 North Dakota State*

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Opponents

W, 92-76 W, 68-40 W, 76-62 W, 68-57 W, 74-44 W, 67-45 L, 60-74 W, 89-65 W, 102-88 W, 88-59 W, 69-65 W, 82-75 W, 92-85 L, 72-85 L, 68-74 L, 77-89 L, 57-73 W, 75-65 W, 86-81 L, 71-81 L, 64-80 L, 66-82 L, 54-87 L, 69-78 Review

Feb. 28 March 1

South Dakota* Morningside*

W, 86-52 W, 91-81

1997-98 (10-17, 4-14 NCC)

Head Coach: Cherri Mankenberg Nov. 15 Nebraska-Kearney Nov. 21 vs. Southern Oregon Nov. 22 @Cal State-Chico Nov. 23 vs. Grand Canyon Nov. 28 Fort Hays State Nov. 29 Southwest Baptist @Missouri Western Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Hastings College Dec. 14 Central Missouri Dec. 20 Morningside* Dec. 21 South Dakota* Jan. 2 @Minnesota State* @St. Cloud State* Jan. 3 Jan. 9 South Dakota State* Jan. 10 Augustana* Jan. 17 @Northern Colorado* @North Dakota State* Jan. 23 Jan. 24 @North Dakota* Jan. 30 St. Cloud State* Jan. 31 Minnesota State* Feb. 6 @Augustana* Feb. 7 @South Dakota State* Feb. 14 Northern Colorado* Feb. 20 North Dakota* Feb. 21 North Dakota State* Feb. 27 @South Dakota* @Morningside* Feb. 28

L, 71-94 L, 69-77 W, 75-69 W, 89-54 W, 77-75 W, 80-68 L, 74-93 W, 102-63 W, 85-75 W, 89-83 W, 68-65 L, 54-74 L, 97-101 L, 69-82 L, 52-72 L, 52-85 L, 48-78 L, 49-101 L, 69-70 L, 58-66 L, 60-76 L, 64-80 L, 90-100 L, 46-88 L, 70-83 W, 62-59 W, 89-75

1998-99 (11-16, 6-12 NCC)

Head Coach: Paula Buscher Nov. 13 vs. Rockhurst Nov. 14 vs. Missouri Valley Nov. 19 Northern State Nov. 22 @Nebraska-Kearney Nov. 27 Central Missouri Nov. 28 Minnesota Duluth vs. Pittsburg State Dec. 4 Dec. 5 @Southwest Baptist Dec. 12 College of St. Mary Dec. 19 @North Dakota State* Dec. 20 @North Dakota* Jan. 2 Morningside* Jan. 3 South Dakota* Jan. 8 @Minnesota State* Jan. 9 @St. Cloud State* Jan. 15 South Dakota State* Jan. 16 Augustana* Jan. 23 @Northern Colorado* History and Records

L, 73-80 W, 98-57 W, 104-78 L, 68-86 W, 79-71 OT L, 72-77 W, 76-67 L, 74-92 W, 77-58 L, 81-83 OT L, 52-98 W, 90-84 W, 66-50 L, 62-68 L, 62-93 L, 66-74 W, 85-81 2OT L, 57-97 This Is UNO


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@South Dakota* @Morningside* St. Cloud State* Minnesota State* @Augustana* @South Dakota State* Northern Colorado* North Dakota* North Dakota State*

W, 61-39 L, 70-77 W, 84-82 W, 71-67 OT L, 69-77 L, 77-85 L, 62-69 L, 53-62 L, 64-90

1999-00 (15-12, 7-11 NCC)

Head Coach: Paula Buscher Nov. 19 vs. Lincoln Nov. 20 @Central Missouri Nov. 26 Minnesota Morris Nov. 27 Alaska-Fairbanks Dec. 1 Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 6 @Northern State Dec. 19 vs. Montana State Dec. 20 vs. Central Arkansas Dec. 21 Freed-Hardeman Jan. 2 North Dakota State* Jan. 3 North Dakota* @Morningside* Jan. 8 Jan. 9 @South Dakota* Jan. 14 Minnesota State* Jan. 14 St. Cloud State* Jan. 21 @South Dakota State* Jan. 22 @Augustana* Jan. 29 Northern Colorado* Feb. 4 South Dakota* Feb. 5 Morningside* Feb. 11 @St. Cloud State* Feb. 12 Minnesota State* Feb. 18 Augustana* Feb. 19 South Dakota State* Feb. 26 @Northern Colorado* March 3 @North Dakota* March 4 @North Dakota State*

2000-01 (8-18, 6-12 NCC)

W, 72-57 W, 79-72 W, 92-47 W, 89-67 W, 86-71 L, 47-65 W, 88-68 W, 66-56 W, 61-34 L, 73-86 L, 72-101 W, 94-84 W, 76-62 W, 80-77 W, 84-82 L, 71-87 L, 80-87 L, 68-73 W, 68-50 W, 72-46 L, 66-76 L, 54-72 W, 59-51 L, 67-86 L, 58-74 L, 73-87 L, 59-81

Head Coach: Lisa Carlsen Nov. 17 vs. Southwest Minnesota State L, 61-74 Nov. 18 vs. Concordia-St. Paul W, 78-64 Nov. 24 @Regis L, 69-82 Nov. 25 vs. Florida Southern L, 58-71 Nov. 28 Northwest Missouri State L, 80-84 Dec. 2 @Nebraska-Kearney L, 52-65 Dec. 6 College of St. Mary W, 89-25 Dec. 9 Northern Colorado* L, 68-79 Dec. 17 Truman L, 68-80 Dec. 29 North Dakota* L, 61-70 Dec. 30 North Dakota State* L, 54-77 Introduction

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Jan. 5 Jan. 6 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 24

@Morningside* @South Dakota* Minnesota State* St. Cloud State* @South Dakota State* @Augustana* @North Dakota State* @North Dakota* South Dakota* Morningside* @St. Cloud State* @Minnesota State* Augustana* South Dakota State* @Northern Colorado*

W, 81-65 W, 81-76 W, 66-51 L, 75-86 W, 66-62 L, 58-75 L, 62-85 L, 51-76 L, 54-70 W, 78-52 L, 54-70 W, 65-49 L, 64-82 L, 70-72 L, 67-76

2001-02 (11-18, 7-11 NCC)

Head Coach: Lisa Carlsen Nov. 9 vs. Southern Indiana L, 77-80 W, 73-59 Nov. 10 vs. Franklin Pierce Nov. 11 vs. Central Missouri L, 83-85 OT Nov. 20 Briar Cliff L, 72-85 Nov. 23 Midland Lutheran W, 99-62 L, 57-80 Nov. 24 Minnesota Duluth Nov. 27 @Northwest Missouri State W, 83-64 L, 58-67 Nov. 30 Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 2 Central Missouri L, 68-86 Dec. 8 @Northern Colorado* L, 62-73 Dec. 14 @Wayne State W, 73-59 L, 70-75 Dec. 18 Hastings Dec. 29 @North Dakota State* L, 69-94 Dec. 30 @North Dakota* L, 62-100 Jan. 4 Morningside* W, 85-72 South Dakota* L, 61-68 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 @Minnesota State* W, 88-84 Jan. 12 @St. Cloud State* L, 66-69 Jan. 18 South Dakota State* W, 80-77 OT Jan. 19 Augustana* L, 83-90 Jan. 25 North Dakota* L, 71-84 Jan. 26 North Dakota State* W, 77-76 @South Dakota* L, 38-58 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 @Morningside* W, 85-84 Feb. 9 St. Cloud State* L, 74-84 W, 95-86 Feb. 10 Minnesota State* Augustana* L, 67-84 Feb. 15 @South Dakota State* L, 67-77 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Northern Colorado* W, 72-55

2002-03 (12-16, 5-11 NCC) Head Coach: Lisa Carlsen Nov. 22 @Wayne State Nov. 23 vs. Northern State Nov. 29 Southern Colorado

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L, 72-82 W, 70-58 W, 105-68 Review

Nov. 30 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 6 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 March 1 March 4

Emporia State L, 76-78 Northwest Missouri State W, 76-67 vs. Minnesota-Morris W, 90-56 @Central Missouri L, 93-96 3OT Doane W, 107-95 Peru State W, 81-50 @Nebraska-Kearney L, 66-94 Briar Cliff W, 57-53 North Dakota State* L, 83-98 North Dakota* L, 71-81 @Northern Colorado* L, 64-89 @Minnesota State* W, 108-100 South Dakota State* L, 74-95 South Dakota* L, 55-67 Northern Colorado* W, 79-77 @St. Cloud State* W, 95-71 @North Dakota* L, 75-95 @South Dakota* L, 47-67 Augustana* L, 78-92 Minnesota State* L, 88-90 OT @North Dakota State* L, 56-91 St. Cloud State* W, 83-69 @South Dakota State* L, 62-96 @Augustana* W, 79-75 @North Dakota State L, 69-113

2003-04 (5-22, 0-14 NCC)

Head Coach: Lisa Carlsen Nov. 21 vs. Wayne State Nov. 22 vs. Northern State Nov. 28 William Penn Nov. 29 Minnesota State-Moorhead Dec. 2 @Northwest Missouri State vs. Northern Colorado Dec. 5 Dec. 6 @CSU-Pueblo Dec. 12 vs. Glenville State Dec. 13 vs. Massachusetts-Lowell Dec. 20 Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 29 College of St. Mary Jan. 5 Briar Cliff @Augustana* Jan. 9 Jan. 10 @South Dakota State* Jan. 16 @North Dakota State* Jan. 17 @North Dakota* Jan. 23 St. Cloud State* Jan. 24 Minnesota State* Jan. 31 @South Dakota* Feb. 7 South Dakota* Feb. 13 @Minnesota State* Feb. 14 @St. Cloud State* Feb. 17 Doane Feb. 20 North Dakota* Feb. 21 North Dakota State* History and Records

W, 66-58 L, 56-69 W, 85-54 L, 64-69 L, 59-85 L, 63-75 L, 65-79 L, 74-89 L, 52-63 L, 58-80 W, 84-63 W, 72-60 L, 71-85 L, 62-104 L, 56-88 L, 52-103 L, 80-95 L, 60-81 L, 63-77 L, 47-63 L, 51-71 L, 72-85 W, 86-67 L, 58-70 L, 69-94

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South Dakota State* Augustana*

L, 61-97 L, 75-78

2004-05 (14-14, 4-8 NCC)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer Nov. 17 @Nebraska-Kearney L, 50-52 Nov. 20 @Rockhurst W, 78-57 Nov. 26 Chadron State W, 74-57 Nov. 27 Winona State W, 72-56 Nov. 30 William Penn W, 73-39 Dec. 3 vs. Southwest Minnesota State L, 46-58 Dec. 4 vs. Wayne State L, 60-63 Dec. 7 College of St. Mary W, 60-57 Dec. 11 Northwest Missouri State L, 65-67 Dec. 13 CSU-Pueblo W, 76-50 Dec. 15 Dordt W, 77-56 Dec. 20 Mount Mercy W, 78-55 Dec. 29 @Metro State W, 73-56 Dec. 30 vs. Colorado School of Mines L, 53-63 OT Jan. 3 Peru State W, 78-39 Jan. 6 Augustana* W, 58-57 OT Jan. 8 North Dakota* W, 77-72 OT Jan. 14 @North Dakota* L, 58-86 @South Dakota* W, 67-61 Jan. 20 Jan. 27 @St. Cloud State* L, 50-89 South Dakota* W, 61-48 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 @Augustana* L, 69-73 L, 72-78 Feb. 11 St. Cloud State* Feb. 12 Minnesota State* L, 67-78 L, 49-72 Feb. 19 Minnesota Duluth* Feb. 24 @Minnesota Duluth* L, 50-67 @Minnesota State* L, 70-78 Feb. 26 March 1 @Augustana L, 95-101 OT

2005-06 (20-11, 5-7 NCC)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer Nov. 4 vs. Augusta State Nov. 5 vs. Regis Nov. 6 vs. Columbus State Nov. 15 Rockhurst Nov. 17 Nebraska-Kearney Nov. 22 @Upper Iowa Nov. 25 Iowa Wesleyan Nov. 26 Grand View Dec. 2 Mesa State Dec. 3 Adams State Dec. 6 Peru State Dec. 10 York Dec. 17 @Southwest Minnesota State Dec. 29 vs. Johnson & Wales Dec. 30 @Colorado School of Mines Jan. 5 @Augustana* Jan. 7 @North Dakota* Introduction

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W, 71-49 L, 51-62 W, 75-67 L, 64-67 W, 72-60 W, 85-50 W, 97-62 W, 74-56 W, 79-56 W, 92-47 W, 84-49 W, 96-63 W, 77-68 W, 115-49 L, 48-53 L, 64-80 L, 64-89

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Jan. 12 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 23 Feb. 25 March 1 March 4

North Dakota* South Dakota* Upper Iowa St. Cloud State* Grand Canyon @South Dakota* Augustana* @ #5 St. Cloud State* @Minnesota State* @Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota State* South Dakota @ #2 North Dakota

L, 47-72 W, 74-60 W, 82-52 L, 60-85 W, 87-56 W, 85-83 OT L, 59-64 L, 53-78 L, 67-76 W, 78-74 W, 82-70 W, 94-81 W, 57-56 L, 69-83

2006-07 (16-12, 3-9 NCC)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer W, 70-55 Nov. 17 @CSU-Pueblo^ W, 85-60 Nov. 18 vs. UC-Colorado Springs^ Nov. 24 Colorado School of Mines# W, 84-68 Nov. 25 Caldwell# W, 86-44 L, 90-75 Nov. 28 @Nebraska-Kearney Dec. 2 Adams State+ W, 81-47 Hawaii-Hilo+ W, 97-61 Dec. 3 Peru State W, 95-55 Dec. 5 York W, 80-39 Dec. 9 Dec. 17 @Calumet College W, 109-40 W, 81-42 Dec. 18 @Calumet College W, 93-54 Dec. 29 vs. Adams State$ L, 88-68 Dec. 30 @#16 Metro State$ Jan. 4 @Augustana* L, 70-62 Southwest Minnesota State W, 78-66 Jan. 9 L, 60-59 Jan. 13 Minnesota Duluth* L, 70-55 Jan. 18 South Dakota* Jan. 20 @North Dakota* L, 95-67 Jan. 25 Augustana* W, 79-71 Jan. 27 @St. Cloud State* W, 71-70 Feb. 3 @South Dakota* L, 68-59 Feb. 8 St. Cloud State* L, 69-67 Feb. 10 Minnesota State* W, 102-80 Feb. 17 North Dakota* L, 81-66 Feb. 22 @Minnesota Duluth* L, 78-64 Feb. 24 @Minnesota State* L, 90-76 Feb. 28 @Augustana& W, 64-61 March 3 @South Dakota% L, 73-58 * - Conference game ^ - Al Kaly Shrine Classic (Pueblo, Colo.) # - Howard Johnson Thanksgiving Classic (Omaha, Neb.) + - DoubleTree Downtown Classic (Omaha, Neb.) $ - Comfort Inn Downtown Classic (Denver, Colo.) & - NCC Tournament - First Round (Sioux Falls, S.D.) % - NCC Tournament - Semifinals (Vermillion, S.D.)

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Review

2007-08 (17-12, 3-9 NCC)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer Nov. 15 Dana W, 79-36 Nov. 17 @Rockhurst W, 72-64 Nov. 20 Grand View W, 76-48 Nov. 23 Lincoln# W, 75-55 Nov. 24 Missouri-St. Louis# W, 60-46 Nov. 30 Central Missouri^ L, 56-70 Dec. 1 Metro State^ W, 69-56 Dec. 4 Peru State W, 91-50 Dec. 7 York W, 93-54 Dec. 14 Northwest Missouri State W, 71-64 Dec. 17 CSU-Pueblo W, 75-66 Dec. 19 Newman W, 77-59 Dec. 29 @BYU-Hawaii W, 66-56 Dec. 30 @Hawaii Pacific W, 87-46 Dec. 31 @Chaminade W, 108-49 Jan. 10 Augustana* L, 70-80 Jan. 14 Nebraska-Kearney L, 63-67 Jan. 19 @Minnesota Duluth* W, 83-78 Jan. 24 @South Dakota* L, 57-78 Jan. 26 North Dakota* L, 55-86 Jan. 31 @Augustana* L, 64-80 Feb. 2 St. Cloud State* W, 81-77 Feb. 9 South Dakota* L, 66-78 Feb. 14 @St. Cloud State* L, 63-70 @Minnesota State* L, 61-98 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 @North Dakota* L, 64-88 Feb. 28 Minnesota Duluth* W, 65-57 March 1 Minnesota State* L, 62-69 L, 66-81 March 5 @Augustana$ * - Conference game # - UNO Thanksgiving Classic (Omaha, Neb.) ^ - DoubleTree Downtown Classic (Omaha, Neb.) $ - NCC Tournament

2008-09 (15-12, 11-9 MIAA)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer Nov. 17 @Nebraska-Kearney Nov. 19 Dana Nov. 29 St. Cloud State* Dec. 3 @Washburn* Dec. 5 @Fort Hays State* Dec. 9 York* Dec. 13 Northwest Missouri State* Dec. 19 Bemidji State Dec. 31 @Emporia State* Jan. 3 @Missouri Western* Jan. 7 Truman* Jan. 10 @Central Missouri* Jan. 14 Southwest Baptist* Jan. 17 Missouri Southern* Jan. 21 @Pittsburg State* History and Records

L, 79-87 W, 79-51 L, 54-67 L, 52-61 L, 70-87 W, 61-32 W, 87-63 W, 109-76 L, 67-85 W, 73-62 W, 68-62 L, 62-66 W, 85-72 L, 40-72 L, 56-69

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS Jan. 24 Washburn* L, 62-64 Jan. 28 Fort Hays State* W, 69-60 Jan. 31 Rockhurst W, 88-53 @Northwest Missouri State* L, 96-102 2 OT Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Emporia State* W, 78-72 Feb. 11 Missouri Western* W, 60-51 Feb. 14 @Truman* W, 73-46 Feb. 18 Central Missouri* W, 65-44 @Southwest Baptist* W, 81-77 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 @Missouri Southern* W, 68-57 Feb. 28 Pittsburg State* L, 70-77 March 6 vs. Pittsburg State$ L, 79-81 * - Conference game $ - MIAA Tournament

2009-10 (12-15, 7-13)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer W, 88-54 Nov. 15 Dana L, 45-57 Nov. 20 vs. Minnesota Duluth^ L, 66-71 Nov. 21 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville^ Nov. 27 Oklahoma Panhandle State$ W, 71-28 W, 70-62 Nov. 28 Chadron State$ Washburn* L, 47-68 Dec. 2 Fort Hays State* W, 68-62 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 @Northwest Missouri State* L, 69-78 W, 82-43 Dec. 13 York Dec. 18 Nebraska-Kearney W, 68-58 L, 42-76 Dec. 31 Emporia State* Jan. 2 Missouri Western* W, 59-51 @Truman* W, 58-44 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Central Missouri* L, 69-75 OT @Southwest Baptist* W, 59-52 Jan. 4 @Missouri Southern* L, 57-60 Jan. 16 W, 66-60 Jan. 20 Pittsburgh State* Jan. 23 @Washburn* L, 55-63 Jan. 27 @Fort Hays State * L, 66-76 Feb. 3 Northwest Missouri State* W, 81-77 Feb. 6 @Emporia State* L, 78-96 Feb. 10 @Missouri Western* W, 58-55 Feb. 13 Truman* L, 52-59 Feb. 17 @Central Missouri* L, 57-60 Feb. 20 Southwest Baptist* L, 69-70 Feb. 25 Missouri Southern* L, 62-73 Feb. 27 @Pittsburg State* L, 64-87 ^ - Central Missouri Tournament * - Conference game $ - UNO Thanksgiving Classic

2010-11 (8-18, 5-17)

Head Coach: Patty Patton Shearer Nov. 12 York Nov. 18 @Missouri S&T Nov. 26 @Nebraska Introduction

Coaches

W, 76-46 W, 61-52 L, 44-80

Nov. 27 Calumet St. Joseph W, 69-38 Dec. 1 @#4 Washburn* L, 64-69 Dec. 3 @Fort Hays State* L, 70-76 Dec. 8 @#8 Emporia State* L, 54-66 Dec. 11 Northwest Missouri State* L, 77-90 Dec. 18 Lincoln* W, 76-62 Jan. 2 @Missouri Western* L, 63-71 Jan. 5 Truman* W, 78-74 @Central Missouri* L, 75-92 Jan. 8 Jan. 12 Southwest Baptist* L, 68-76 Jan. 15 Missouri Southern* L, 66-76 Jan. 19 @Pittsburg State* L, 59-98 Jan. 22 #6 Washburn* W, 87-83 Jan. 26 Fort Hays State* L, 70-75 OT Jan. 29 @Lincoln* L, 58-73 @NW Missouri State* L, 65-85 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Emporia State* L, 57-62 Feb. 9 Missouri Western* L, 54-67 Feb. 12 @Truman* L, 47-66 L, 54-68 Feb. 16 Central Missouri* Feb. 19 @Southwest Baptist* W, 78-64 Feb. 23 @Missouri Southern* L, 57-72 Feb. 26 Pittsburg State* W, 79-73 * - Conference game

2011-12 (15-12)

First Division I Season Head Coach: Chance Lindley Nov. 11 @Western State^ Nov. 12 @Metro State^ Nov. 15 Upper Iowa Nov. 23 @#14 Kentucky Nov. 26 @West Virginia State Nov. 27 @Marshall Dec. 1 York Dec. 3 Briar Cliff Dec. 7 College of St. Mary Dec. 10 Northwest Missouri State Dec. 18 @Loyola-Chicago Dec. 20 @Western Illinois Dec. 28 @Tulsa Dec. 31 Missouri Western Jan. 3 @Saint Louis Jan. 7 Cornell Jan. 9 Dallas Christian Jan. 11 @Kansas City Jan. 15 @Sioux Falls Jan. 19 Concordia Jan. 24 @UT Arlington Jan. 30 Western Illinois Feb. 2 Sioux Falls Feb. 7 @South Dakota Feb. 10 Dakota Wesleyan Feb. 18 @New Orleans

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W, 72-59 L, 61-64 W, 70-57 L, 48-81 W, 68-59 L, 48-54 W, 80-37 W, 63-47 W, 88-49 W, 72-70 OT L, 57-69 W, 65-58 L, 60-68 W, 64-62 L, 54-81 L, 51-63 W, 84-33 L, 64-74 W, 74-61 L, 60-68 W, 60-52 L, 59-70 W, 69-68 L, 38-58 W, 68-54 W, 88-57 Review

Feb. 20 @Louisiana ^ - Metro State Classic (Denver, Colo.)

L, 60-62 OT

MAVERICKS IN THE POSTSEASON

1976-77 (17-12) AIAW Regional -- 4th, Decorah, Iowa UNO 91, North Dakota 54 Kansas State 90, UNO 61 Central Missouri 91, UNO 71

1977-78 (18-10) AIAW Regional • 3rd, Manhattan, Kan. Drake 72, UNO 57 1979-80 (22-13) AIAW Regional • 2nd, St. Louis, Mo. UNO 61, Southwest Minnesota State 41 UNO 59, William Woods 57 William Penn 79, UNO 60 1979-80 AIAW National, Pomona, Calif. Cal Poly-Pamona 79, UNO 64 1980-81 (27-7) AIAW II Regional • 3rd, Omaha, Neb. UNO 64, St. Mary of Plains 45 Southwest Missouri State 58, UNO 57 UNO 84, North Dakota State 56 1981-82 (22-6) NCAA II Regional • 3rd, Omaha, Neb. Fort Valley State 75, UNO 74 1986-87 (21-8) NCAA II Regionals • 3rd, Omaha, Neb. St. Cloud State 68, UNO 60 1991-92 (20-9) NCAA II Regionals • 5th, Fargo, N.D. Augustana 83, UNO 70

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CENTURYLINK CENTER OMAHA Ho m e of t h e M aver ic ks The CenturyLink Center Omaha is widely regarded as one of the finest college hockey facilities in the country and is the second-largest venue in Division I. First opened as the Qwest Center, it has served as the home of the UNO hockey team since 2003-04 when the Mavs moved from the Omaha Civic Auditorium. In 2011-12, the Mavericks played to two of the four largest crowds in their history, including a school record of 16,138 for their game against Minnesota Duluth on Jan. 13, 2012, the first sellout in school history. The Mavs have drawn eight of their 10 largest crowds during the last three seasons. The arena and convention center were built on 421 acres of the former Union Pacific Railroad yards located between Eppley Airfield and downtown Omaha. The facility creates an exciting gateway into Omaha and is the cornerstone of the city’s continued renovation and development of the riverfront. The latest piece of that plan is the new TD Ameritrade Park Omaha built just two blocks from the CenturyLink Center. The ballpark opened as the new home of the NCAA Men’s College World Series in 2011. The nearly 200,000 square feet of exhibition space at the CenturyLink Center is significantly more than many other facilities around the country, including Portland, Oregon, Oklahoma City, Milwaukee and Des Moines. When adding the arena space available for certain conventions, it makes the Omaha facility comparable in size to facilities in Denver and Minneapolis. The hockey/event level is located at ground level with the main concourse located at 22 feet above the event floor, the suite level located at 34 feet and the upper concourse located at 46 feet above the event floor. The arena features a center-suspended, eight-sided instant replay scoreboard that can be retracted into the roof for concerts and events. Thirty-two private suites are located on their own level 34 feet above the event floor. Approximately 1,100 club seats are located between the event floor and main concourse level along the east side.

Largest Collegiate Hockey Facilities 1. Value City Arena (Ohio State)................................................................... 17,500 2. CenturyLink Center Omaha (UNO)............................................................ 15,959 3. Kohl Center (Wisconsin)........................................................................... 15,237 4. Ralph Engelstad Arena (North Dakota).................................................... 11,634 5. Mariucci Arena (Minnesota)..................................................................... 10,000 6. William D. Mullins Memorial Center (UMass)........................................... 8,389 7. Silvio O. Conte Forum (Boston College)..................................................... 7,884 8. Colorado Springs World Arena (Colorado College).................................... 7,380 9. Yost Ice Arena (Michigan)......................................................................... 6,637 10. Munn Ice Arena (Michigan State)............................................................. 6,470 CENTURYLINK Center Omaha -- Top Crowds No. Att. Date Opponent 1. 16,138 Jan. 13, 2012 Minnesota Duluth 2. 15,137 Feb. 11, 2011 Wisconsin 3. 13,417 Feb. 5, 2010 Ohio State 4. 11,772 Feb. 25, 2012 Minnesota 5. 11,504 Feb. 26, 2011 Denver 6. 11,181 Nov. 19, 2010 North Dakota 7. 10,628 Feb. 13, 2010 Michigan 8. 10,598 Feb. 9, 2008 Ohio State 9. 10,415 Feb. 12, 2005 Michigan 10. 10,111 Feb. 12, 2011 Wisconsin 10,111 Jan. 24, 2009 Miami

Result L, 2-6 W, 4-1 T, 5-5 L, 2-3 L, 2-4 L, 5-6 W, 4-1 W, 5-2 L, 3-4 W, 4-3 L, 1-6


MAVERICK FACILITIES A Tru e Home C ou r t Ad vanta ge

Ralston Sports and Event Center The UNO men’s basketball team will play a full regular-season Summit League schedule beginning in 2012-13, and the year also marks the Mavericks’ move to a new home: the Ralston Sports and Event Center. The arena, located at 72nd and Q Streets, has an expected capacity of 3,500. In addition to UNO Men’s Basketball, the Ralston Sports and Event Center will host numerous other sports and entertainment events, including Omaha Lancers hockey.


MAVERICK FACILITIES A Tr u e Ho me Field Ad vantage

Sapp Fieldhouse Constructed in 1949-50, the Lee & Helene Sapp Fieldhouse is home to Maverick women’s basketball and volleyball. Named for two longtime loyal supporters of UNO and the athletic program, the facility can seat up to 2,500 with 750 chair-back seats and has hosted numerous national tournaments. The Fieldhouse also houses the athletic department offices and is located in the heart of the campus.

UNO Soccer Field The Maverick soccer teams practice and play their home matches at the UNO Soccer Field, located at 6808 Spring Street, just south of South Campus. The Mavericks also have full use of an indoor facility, as well as an outdoor practice pitch located next to the game field.


MAVERICK FACILITIES A Tru e Home Fi el d Ad vanta ge HPER Swimming Pool

HPER Swimming Pool

Ballpark at Boys Town The Maverick baseball team plays and practices at The Ballpark at Boys Town facility, located on the campus of Boys and Girls Town.

Westside Field at Westbrook The Maverick softball team opened their new home, Westside Field at Westbrook, in the 2012 season. The brand new facility is located near 80th and Western Streets, about three miles from the UNO campus.

The Maverick women’s swimming & diving team practices and hosts their home events in the 50-meter, six-lane pool that is located in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Building, adjacent to the Lee & Helene Sapp Fieldhouse. The attractive facility, recently renovated as part of the HPER Building expansion in 2010, has seating for nearly 1,000 and has been the site of numerous conference meets.

Hanscom Park Tennis Center The Maverick tennis teams practice and play their indoor matches at the Hanscom Park Tennis Center.


NATIONAL PROMINENCE C h a m p ion s Comp ete Here Mitch Albers

Paige Frauendorfer Mitch Albers finished his career as the No. 2 scorer in UNO history with 1,790 points, just 26 shy of all-time leader Dean Thompson. Albers was named to the College Sports Madness All-Independent First Team and was honored as the UNO Male Student-Athlete of the Year.

Colby McCord Colby McCord was named to the 2012 College Sports Madness All-Independent First Team after hitting .366 with three home runs, 20 RBIs, 27 runs scored and 18 doubles. McCord signed a free-agent contract with the Milwaukee Brewers following the season.

Dana Elsasser Dana Elsasser earned Great West Conference Pitcher of the Year honors after posting a 13-9 record and a 1.07 ERA, which ranked among the top five ERAs in Division I.

Paige Frauendorfer was named to the College Sports Madness AllIndependent First Team in 2011-12 after leading the Mavs in scoring (13.1 points per game) and rebounding (9.1 per game).

Matt White Matt White led UNO in scoring and became the first UNO player since 200607 to reach 40 points, tallying 17 goals and 23 assists.

Amanda Vorthmann Amanda Vorthmann set the school record in the 3,000 meters with a personal best time of 9:50.04 and also set the school record twice in the 3,000 meter steeplechase.


ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE Pr ep ar i ng the M ave ri c ks for S u c c es s

David Sokol Family Weight Room The David Sokol Family Weight Room was part of the $6.6 million expansion and renovation project in the Lee & Helene Sapp Fieldhouse completed in the Fall of 1998. The weight room facility is 6,500 square feet and provides all Maverick student-athletes a place to build strength and endurance in and out of season.

Sports Medicine Center

UNO Training Room The Sports Medicine Center Athletic Training Room at UNO is a state-of-the-art 3,000 square foot facility. It features a treatment/rehabilitation area, a hydrotherapy “SwimEx� room and a separate taping room.


ATHLETE RESOURCES Ac a de mic E xcellen c e and S u ppor t at UNO Hamilton Academic Excellence Center

The newly constructed Hamilton Academic Excellence Center in the Sapp Fieldhouse will house study space and computers for UNO student-athletes, and separate rooms will allow athletes to meet with tutors. The center also will have offices for UNO’s Director of Academic Success and other support staff. It is set to open in the 2013 spring semester. Maverick Life Skills The Life Skills program maintains a strong commitment in each of the five NCAA-identified life skills areas: Academic Excellence, Athletic Excellence, Personal Development, Career Development and Community Service. Learning Center The Learning Center assists students in becoming more independent, self-confident and efficient learners. The Center offers a student area, tutorial services, study skills workshops and organized study groups.

DEGREE PROGRAMS Accounting Art Art History Aviation Administration Aviation Studies Banking and Finance Biology Biotechnology Black Studies Broadcasting Business Administration Business Economics Business Finance Business Information Systems Chemistry Child Development Studies Civil Engineering Communication Community Health

Orientation Programs UNO provides orientation for all new undergraduate students -- freshmen and transfers -- taking on-campus classes. The purpose of orientation is to acquaint new students with the University’s philosophy, programs and student services.

Team Academic Awards The UNO athletic department annually recognizes the year’s top team grade-point averages for men’s and women’s athletics. The recipients of the 2011-12 awards were women’s golf (3.71 GPA) and hockey (3.44 GPA).

Student-Athlete Study Table This is a quiet, supervised study time for first-semester freshman athletes and for any athlete having academic difficulty.

Computer Engineering Computer Science Construction Engineering Technology Consumer Science & Education Criminal Justice Decision Sciences Dietetics Drafting Design Engineering Technology Dramatic Arts Economics Early Childhood Education Electronic Engineering Elementary Education English Environmental Studies Exercise Science Family Science Fashion Merchandising Fire Protection Technology

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COMPLIANCE T i ps for M averi c k Boosters You become a “prospective student-athlete” when you start ninth grade classes. Before the ninth grade, you become a prospective student-athlete if a college gives you (or your relatives or friends) any financial aid or other benefits that the college does not provide to prospective students generally. You become a “recruited prospective student-athlete” at a particular college if any coach or representative of the college’s athletics interests (booster or representative) approaches you (or any member of your family) about enrolling and participating in athletics at that college. Activities by coaches or boosters that cause you to become a recruited prospective student-athlete are: • Providing you with an official visit; • Placing more than one telephone call to you or any other member of your family; or • Visiting you or any other member of your family anywhere other than the college campus. You can visit an institution’s campus any time at your own expense (unofficial visit). On such a visit, you may receive three complimentary admissions to a game on that campus. During your official visit (which may not exceed 48 hours), you may receive round-trip transportation between your home (or high school) and the campus, and you (and your parents) may receive meals, lodging and complimentary admissions to campus athletic events. Meals provided to you (and/or your parents) on an official visit may be provided either on or off the institution’s campus. In Division II, alumni, boosters or representatives of the institution’s athletics interest can not make in-person, off-campus recruiting contacts or use any telephonic communication with a prospect or their relatives. On campus contact and written communication are permitted, but please contact the head coach of the sport beforehand. In Division I, alumni, boosters or representatives of the institution’s athletics interest cannot make in-person, on or off campus recruiting contacts, or written or telephonic communications with a prospect or their relatives. In addition, you or your family may not receive any benefit, inducement or arrangement such as cash, clothing, cars, improper expenses, transportation, gifts or loans, etc., to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent to attend an NCAA institution.

NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse If you intend to participate in Division I or II athletics as a freshman in college, you must be registered with and be certified as eligible by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. You should register with the clearinghouse whenever you decide you would like to participate in athletics as a freshman. It’s generally best to register after your junior year grades appear on your transcript. Although you can register anytime before participation, if you register late you may face delays that will prevent you from practicing and competing. You can register online at NCAAClearinghouse.net.

Here are a few ways a UNO Booster may help: • Do invite a student-athlete to participate in non-profit, charitable or educational events. • Do invite a student-athlete into your home for an occasional meal. • Do contact the UNO Compliance Office for approval prior to a student-athlete engaging in outside or promotional activities. • Do pay a student-athlete the commensurate rate for actual and legitimate employment.


ADMINISTRATION U n i ve rsit y an d A t h l e ti c s S e ni or S taff Dr. John Christensen Chancellor

Trev Alberts Director of Athletics

Josh White Associate Athletic Director

Ann Oatman Associate Athletic Director, CFO, SWA

Gary Freeman Associate Athletic Director, Advancement

Don Leahy Athletic Director Emeritus

Connie Claussen Athletic Director Emeritus

Dr. Bill Wakefield Faculty Athletic Representative

Mike Kemp Associate Athletic Director, Events and Facilities

DR. JOHN CHRISTENSEN • CHANCELLOR

John Christensen was named chancellor of the University of Nebraska Omaha on May 8, 2007. He was previously interim chancellor since September 2006 and is the first UNO chancellor to hold a degree from the institution. Dr. Christensen had been UNO’s vice chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs since 2004. He began his tenure at the university in 1978 as a faculty member in the UNO College of Education’s Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders. He subsequently served as chair of that department for 12 years. While in the College of Education, Dr. Christensen was invited to teach as a visiting professor at the University of Kansas Department of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology in 1981 and in China at Beijing Normal University in 1989. During his career, Dr. Christensen has presented at dozens of conferences and published a number of articles and professional reports focused on education or education related issues. His community involvement has ranged from the board of directors for the Omaha Community Partnership to the Omaha 2000 Steering Committee and various area school district advisory boards. Other organizations Dr. Christensen has served include: Nebraska Public Policy Education Committee, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education: North Central Conference, Peter Kiewit Institute Board of Policy Advisors, Metropolitan Omaha Education Consortium Executive Steering Committee and National Council of Graduate Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders. For more than 25 years, he has also has been available for pro bono consultation on speech language pathology issues for schools and agencies. Dr. Christensen received his bachelor’s degree in speech and communication from Dana College, his master’s degree in speechlanguage pathology from UNO and his Ph.D. in speech-language pathology from Kansas. His areas of specialization and interest are pre-referral practices, teacher induction, fluency development and disorders and special education service delivery. Dr. Christensen’s professional involvement includes the Urban League of Nebraska (Life Member), Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, Association of American Colleges and Universities, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Council of Great City Colleges of Education, National Network for Educational Renewal, Nebraska Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Nebraska Center for Excellence in Education, Nebraska Council of School Administrators, and the Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association. He is also an active member of both Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Delta Kappa. Dr. Christensen and his wife, Jan, have three adult sons.


ADMINISTRATION Un iver si ty and Athl e ti c s S e ni or S t a f f TREV ALBERTS • DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

Trev Alberts has guided the University of Nebraska Omaha athletic department through a period of profound change since being named Director of Athletics on April 29, 2009. In 2011 alone, Alberts led three strategic initiatives. He developed and won the approval from the Board of Regents for a plan to reclassify UNO athletics from Division II to Division I while earning an invitation to join The Summit League. In so doing, UNO became the first institution to reclassify under new rules put in place by the NCAA. He oversaw the rebranding of UNO athletics with new primary and secondary logos and a greater focus on strengthening Maverick athletics as a brand both regionally and nationally. The rebranding effort was embraced by the entire university community, making the new, distinctive “O” logo a mark used throughout colleges and departments on campus. In July of that same year, he secured a spot for the UNO hockey team in the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference, a move designed to further strengthen Maverick hockey as UNO’s flagship sport. As a charter member, UNO joined Colorado College, Denver, Miami, Minnesota Duluth and North Dakota in a collection of like-minded institutions that have placed their men’s hockey teams at the forefront of the pursuit of national titles. The conference begins play in 2013. The pace of change under Alberts’ guidance has not slackened since he began. He hit the ground running, hiring Dean Blais as UNO’s new head hockey coach and negotiating the Mavericks’ move into the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in his first two months on the job.

Internally, Alberts has worked to build efficiencies within the department and refine its business model to better serve its student-athletes, coaches, staff and the community as a whole. Alberts’ prior accomplishments are no secret in the state of Nebraska. One of the most decorated defensive players in University of Nebraska history, Alberts became the Huskers’ first Butkus Award winner in 1993, capping one of the finest seasons in history by an NU defensive player. As a senior co-captain, the Cedar Falls, Iowa, native led the Huskers to an undefeated regular season and an Orange Bowl appearance against Florida State. That year, he was the Big Eight defensive MVP and was named a first-team All-American by every major publication and was named the Football News National Defensive Player of the Year, Big Eight Defensive Player of the Year and the Big Eight Male Athlete of the Year. His No. 34 jersey was retired at the 1994 Spring Game. Off the field, Alberts was equally honored, earning the NCAA’s highest honor, The Today’s Top Six Award, in 1993. A three-time academic All-Big Eight honoree, Alberts was a CoSIDA Academic All-American in 1993. He graduated from Nebraska before his senior season. Alberts was the fifth pick in the 1994 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts and played for the Colts until 1996. He has served as an analyst on college and professional football games for major national networks. Alberts and his wife Angela have three children – Chase, Ashtynne and Breanna.

In addition, Alberts has worked to strengthen UNO’s identity as “Omaha’s Team”, building a greater connection between its student-athletes and the community they represent.

Director of Athletics Trev Alberts and head baseball coach Bob Herold presented Colby McCord with his award for 2012 Outstanding Male Student-Athlete of the Year on Senior Day at Werner Park.


THE UNIVERSITY Yo u r UNO Co mmun ity

colleges aska Omaha has eight The University of Nebr : and graduate programs offering undergraduate iences • College of Arts and Sc ministration • College of Business Ad • College of Education g • College of Engineerin tion, Fine Arts & Media • College of Communica & Human Sciences • College of Education y on Science & Technolog • College of Informati ce rs & Community Servi • College of Public Affai

Those who are new to Omaha are often surprised at its trees and rolling landscape, its abundance of green spaces and its friendliness. Situated within the city of nearly a half million area residents is another pleasant surprise: The University of Nebraska Omaha. Founded in 1908, the school relocated to its present site in 1938 and entered the University of Nebraska system in 1968. The main campus casually sprawls over 88.5 carefully landscaped acres on Dodge Street. The Pacific Street Campus, already home to the Peter Kiewit Institute, continues to grow with the addition of Mammel Hall, the home of the College of Business Administration, and an additional student housing facility near the Scott Conference Center. More than 15,000 full-time, part-time and graduate students are enrolled and more than 25,000 area residents are alumni of the university. The students are a diverse group, representing 47 states and 75 countries, and the age distribution is the national model with an even representation of traditional students just out of high school and older students beginning or returning to college. Programs offered by the University are just as diverse, ranging from the Aviation Institute to the Center for Afghanistan Studies, UNO Study Abroad, International Studies and others.


A NEW ERA AT UNO Transitioning to NCAA Division I and The Summit League In March 2011, UNO announced its intention to reclassify as an NCAA Division I institution beginning with the 201112 academic and athletic year. With approval from the University of Nebraska Board of Regents, UNO accepted a formal invitation for membership in The Summit League, a Midwestern conference made up of eight other schools: Fort Wayne, IUPUI, Kansas City, North Dakota State, Oakland, South Dakota, South Dakota State and Western Illinois.

“Joining The Summit League and Division I is the next step in UNO’s continuing transformation and forward momentum. We look forward to an exciting level of competition with institutions who mirror our commitment to their students, academic excellence and their communities.” - UNO Chancellor Dr. John Christensen

As a reclassifying institution, UNO will enjoy a full regularseason conference schedule with Summit League opponents in 2012-13, and Maverick programs will be eligible for NCAA postseason competition in 2015-16. The hockey team, which is currently a member of the WCHA, will join the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference as a charter member in 2013-14.

“All of us at UNO are excited by our move to The Summit League and the impending competition with its outstanding member institutions. Our reclassification will ensure the success of Maverick athletics for many years to come.” - Director of Athletics Trev Alberts

An Exciting Beginning Hockey was previously UNO’s only team competing in NCAA Division I. Beginning with the 2012-13 season, all other Maverick squads will begin competing in the Division I Summit League.


THE CITY OF OMAHA We l c o me Home Omaha is nationally recognized as a great sports town. Sports fans have long supported UNO athletics, and the Mavericks consistently rank in the top ten in attendance in Division I hockey. UNO shares Omaha with Creighton University and numerous other colleges and universities. The city has hosted the College World Series since 1950, and Rosenblatt Stadium had been the scene of every championship until 2011, when the CWS moved to the new TD Ameritrade Park adjacent to CenturyLink Center Omaha. Additionally, Omaha has hosted the NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship twice, the NCAA Division I and Division II Wrestling Championships and the 2008 and 2012 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials. Omaha also boasts professional teams such as the Omaha Storm Chasers (Triple A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals), the Omaha Beef indoor football team and the recently added Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League. The Cox Classic, a regular stop on golf’s Nationwide Tour, is also an annual event.

Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; Š 2011 Alistair Tutton


THE CITY OF OMAHA Wel c ome Ho me “Omaha: It’s a nice place to visit, but it’s a better place to live.” The City of Omaha is a pleasant surprise to many people. It is conservative yet cosmopolitan; casual but vibrant. It is a gateway to the West’s wide-open spaces, yet first-time visitors are sometimes surprised by the trees, rolling hills and parks. Omaha is located in the heartland of the United States, situated on the western bank of the Missouri River, which serves as the Nebraska-Iowa boundary.

Omaha, with a population of more than 425,000, ranks as the nation’s 42nd largest city. The Omaha metro includes eight counties and is the 59th largest metropolitan statistical area in the United States with a population of 865,350. More than 1.2 million people live within a 60-minute drive of Omaha. Culturally, Omaha boasts ballet, opera and symphony at the Holland Performing Arts Center, the Joslyn Art Museum, concerts and Broadway shows at the Orpheum Theater, as well as the nationally renowned Omaha Community Playhouse. The Henry Doorly Zoo is widely regarded as one of the finest zoos in the country and ranks as Omaha’s top tourist attraction every year. CenturyLink Center Omaha continues to attract internationally renowned entertainers to the city, and neighboring TD Ameritrade Park hosts the College World Series and the Red Sky Music Festival every year. Shoppers can cruise several malls or taste the tradition of old Omaha in the downtown Old Market area with its shops and unique eating establishments. Restaurants, more than a thousand of them, are one of Omaha’s major industries with all varieties of cuisine well represented. And no visit would be complete without an authentic Omaha steak.

WHERE OMAHA AND NEBRASKA RANK... • No. 1 in Great Cities to Raise Your Kids by Kiplinger.com • No. 1 in the Best Value Cities by Kiplinger.com • Top 15 Regions in the nation by Forbes Magazine • One of the top “eco-cities” in the nation based on air and water quality, open space and population stability by ”E” The Environmental Magazine

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