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2016-17 SAVANNAH STATE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS general information Location:...……………....…........................…..…….....Savannah, Ga. Overnight Mailing Address:…........……....................…...Tiger Arena ………………………….…..........................................3219 College St. ………...……...……...………..............................Savannah, Ga. 31404 Founded:……............…..........………………...................…….....1890 Enrollment:……………..……................…....................................4,582 Nickname:...………….............................….....................…Lady Tigers School Colors:…....................................Burnt Orange and Reflex Blue Arena:….................................……….......................…........Tiger Arena Capacity:……..........……….......................................................…..6,000 National Affiliation:...….............................................NCAA Division I Conference:......................Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) President:…........................................…Dr. Cheryl Davenport Dozier Alma Mater:…..……...........................Fairleigh Dickenson University Athletics Director:….. …….......…….....……........Sterling Steward Jr. Alma Mater:.........................…University of Southern Mississippi ‘93 Athletic Office Phone:…….....…….……..................…..912-358-3449 Athletic Office Fax:……… …...............................….…..912-353-5287

media relations Asst. Athletics Director for Media Relations:….....…Opio Mashariki Asst. Media Relations Director:……......Will Toman (WBB Contact) Media Relations Email:…………….......tomanw@savannahstate.edu Media Relations Office Phone:.....…….......….………(912) 358-3448 Media Relations Office Fax:…….….....……........……(912) 353-5287

coaching staff Head Coach:…………...……....….………....………….Cedric Baker Career Record (Years):………...…………….....……….336-353 (23) Division I (Years)………………………………....…….142-238 (13) Division II (Years):……..…………...................................194-115 (10) Record at Savannah State (Years):…….…........................142-238 (13) MEAC Record (Years):..………………….....….....................35-45 (5) MEAC Tournament (Years):..………….............……..……......5-4 (5) Alma Mater:..........................................................Voorhees College, ‘90 Women’s Basketball Office Phone:…….……..............(912) 358-3437 Women’s Basketball Fax:……….……..........................(912) 353-5287 Best Time to Reach Coach:……….…….….....................Contact SID Assistant Coach:...……...…………………..................Brenda Warren Assistant Coach:....................................................................Andy Harre Assistant Coach:..............................................................Ronald Booker

sports medicine Head Athletics Trainer (Women’s basketball):...........Corbin Henault Athletic Trainer Phone:…………………………........(912) 358-3455

team information 2015-16 Overall Record:……………….................…………......10-18 2015-16 Record on the Road:………………..................................3-12 2015-16 Record at Home:…………………….….….......…….......7-5 2015-16 Record at Neutral:………………........................................0-1 2015-16 MEAC Record:..……………………..…............................7-9 Letterman Returning/Lost:………………......................................10/6 Starters Returning/Lost:…………….…..…….................................5/0 Newcomers:...…………………….....………........................................2

starters returning (5) Name GP-GS Pos. PPG RPG Kenyata Hendrix 28-23 G 12.6 3.5 Tiyonda Davis 28-26 C 6.7 8.5 Jeremica Edwards 26-21 F 6.9 4.3 Taylor-Ashley Shaw 27-13 G 3.9 2.7 Lauryn Fields 28-14 G 4.5 1.6

newcomers (4) Name Pos. Ht. Hometown Lauren Moss G 5-8 Alexandria, Va. Jessica Satterwhite F 6-3 Hampton, S.C.

history First Season:…………………..........................................................1928 Historical Record (since 1974):…......…...................................487-645 First Year of NCAA D-II Play:...................................................1974-75 All-Time NCAA D-II Record:...................................................339-394 First Year of NCAA D-I Play:.....................................................2002-03 All-Time NCAA D-I Record:.....................................................148-260 NCAA D-I Tournament Appearances:.................................................1 SEAC Championships:...................................5 (1952, ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56) SIAC Championships (NCAA D-II):........................................1 (1976) First Year of MEAC Play:............................................................2011-12 All-Time MEAC Record:.................................................................35-45 MEAC Tournament Record:...............................................................5-4 MEAC Championships:……………………....………….......1 (2015)

online Athletics Website:…….......……………….......www.ssuathletics.com Athletics Twitter:...………........………....………..…..@savstatetigers Athletics Facebook:..………….........www.facebook.com/ssuathletics Athletics Youtube:................................www.youtube.com/ssuathletics Conference Website (MEAC):….......................www.meacsports.com


welcome to savannah Transportation

The King-Tisdell Cottage

Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport has 38 flights daily on: AirTran, Continental Express, Delta, Air Lines, Delta Connection, Northwest Airlink, United Express and US Airways.

Location: 514 E. Huntington St. Phone: 912-234-8000 The cottage is an 1896 Victorian home named for local black citizens Eugene and Sarah King and Mrs. King’s second husband Robert Tisdell. Today the cottage serves as a cultural museum highlighting the contributions Africans have made to our nation’s history. The King-Tisdell Cottage houses a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation, Field Order 15 providing 40 acres and a mule to freed blacks and an original slave bill of sale. The basement houses a collection of household items of the period including an operational music box dating back to the 1800s.

History The trans-Atlantic slave trade brought millions of Africans to America with many passing through the port of Savannah forming the Geechee and Gullah cultures of the Atlantic coastal communities in Georgia and South Carolina. The slave trade in the South would lead to new social economic era where the color of one’s skin determined whether you lived your life enslaved or free. It would take three generations and a war between the states to bring an end to slavery in America. Through the hardships of slavery and the fight for civil rights, Africans in Savannah founded their own churches, schools and communities. Savannah, Georgia’s oldest black community is one of the most historically significant AfricanAmerican cities in the nation. To sample the true soul of Savannah one must walk the city streets and squares and visit the many African-American owned and operated shops, restaurants and bed and breakfasts that uphold the traditions of our African roots. Guests who come to our city are truly captivated by Savannah’s charm, the richness of our heritage and all the activities the city offers every day of the year. Come and experience the soul of Savannah were our heritage is celebrated.

Beach Institute Location: 502 E. Harris Street Contact: 912-234-8000 Established in 1865 by the American Missionary Association as a school for newly freed slaves, it is Georgia’s oldest continuous standing school for blacks. It features local and national art exhibits including a collection by renowned wood carver, Ulysses Davis. Davis’ complete work of wood carvings of the American presidents is on permanent display. The institute is under the operation of the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation.

The Geechee Institute Contact: 912-631-7761 The Geechee Institute is a cultural arts organization whose goal is to tell the history of the Geechee and Gullah people of Savannah and Coastal Georgia though oral traditions, lectures and tours. Call for appointments.

Schools and Churches Public Schools: 31 13 Elementary; 11 Middle Schools; 7 High Schools; Private Schools: 24 3 Universities; 2 Colleges; 1 Technical College 200+ Churches

Hospitals 2 Major Hospitals, 1,075 beds, 600+ Doctors


Massie Heritage Interpretation Center Location: 207 East Gordon St. Phone: 912-201-5070 www.massieschool.com Massie Common School House, named for the Scotsman who bequeath $5,000 for the purpose of educating poor children was opened in 1870. Public education continued at Massie until the occupation of Savannah by General William T. Sherman. During the spring and summer of 1865, Massie served as a school for black children under the order of General Sherman.

Owens-Thomas House Slave Quarters Location: 124 Abercorn Street Contact: 912. 233.9743 The Owens-Thomas House is considered the finest example of English Regency architecture in America by architectural histo- rians. The home completed construction in 1819 and has one of the earliest intact slave quarters in the South. The walls of these quarters have retained the original furnishings and “haint-blue” paint made by the slaves who occupied the quarters.

The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Right Museum

Government City of Savannah: Mayor; Alderman (8); City Manager Chatham County: Chairman; Commissioners (8); County Manager. There are 7 other small municipalities in Chatham County: Bloomingdale, Garden City, Pooler, Port Wentworth, Thunderbolt, Tybee Island & Vernonburg. Top Three

Employment Sectors 1. Manufacturing/Georgia Ports 274 manufacturing plants providing 17,590 jobs Port of Savannah ships to more than 150 countries providing 7,000 jobs 2. Tourism Annual Visitors: 5.8 Million Annual Direct Spending: $ 1.1 Billion Tourism Support Jobs: 15,000 3. Military In 2001, the U.S. Army had 4,384 soldiers at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah and 14,689 soldiers at Fort Stewart in Hinesville.

Location: 406 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard Contact: 912. 231.8900 The museum archives the struggle of Georgia’s oldest African-American community from slavery to the present. Guided and narrated tours through three floors of photographic and interactive exhibits chronicles the civil rights struggle in Savan- nah. Named in honor of Dr. Ralph Mark Gilbert, the father of the Savannah civil rights movement, the museum is located on Savannah’s historic Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

Savannah State University Location: 3219 College St. Phone: 912. 356.2186 www.savannahstate.edu Savannah State University has been an institution of higher education for blacks in Southeast Georgia since its founding in 1890. Originally called the Georgia Industrial College for Colored Youths, the University was founded as a result of the Morrill Act of 1890. Savannah State is one of the original Negro land-grant colleges and is located on a 165-acre tract of rolling, beautifully landscaped grounds overlooking picturesque saltwater marshes. This historically black university was the first public institution of higher learning for blacks in the state of Georgia.

Population City of Savannah: Chatham County: Savannah MSA*: Chatham County is ranked 6th largest county in Georgia 114,000 households $34,452 median household income after taxes *Savannah MSA includes Chatham, Bryan and Effingham Counties Average Monthly

129,000 235,200 301,700

Temperatures January: 60.3 high; 37.9 low

February: 63.1 high; 40 low March: 69.9 high 46.8 low April: 77.8 high 54.1 low May: 84.2 high 62.3 low June: 88.6 high 68.5 low July: 90.8 high 71.5 low August: 90.1 high 71.4 low September: 85.6 high 67.6 low October: 77.8 high 55.9 low November: 69.5 high 45.5 low December: 62.5 high 39.4 low Relative Humidity: 72% Precipitation: 110.1” Freezing Days: 32 90 Degree Days: 66.7 Average Wind Speed: 7.9 knots Annual Rain Fall: 49.7” Annual Snow Fall: 0.1”


cheryl davenport dozier,, dsw president Dr. Cheryl Davenport Dozier is the 13th president of Savannah State University. Since taking office in 2011, she has advanced the university’s mission of developing productive members of a global society through high quality instruction, scholarship, research, service and community involvement. Her vision is to move students from “matriculation to graduation.” With her motto of One SSU, Dr. Dozier is firmly committed to advancing the legacy of excellence established when SSU was founded in 1890. Under Dr. Dozier’s leadership, enrollment at SSU has reached an all-time high, fundraising has increased and several new alumni chapters have been chartered. Dr. Dozier successfully launched the Closing the Gap Fund, a program that provides financial support to students in their final semester to ensure they complete college. She also has worked to expand the university’s global engagement, foster community partnerships and improve customer service. Dr. Dozier’s work as principal investigator for a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health has helped promote minority health research and strengthen SSU’s biomedical and behavioral science research infrastructure. A renowned university-level administrator, professor, researcher and author, Dr. Dozier joined the SSU administration after a 17- year career at the University of Georgia. During her tenure at UGA, she served on the president’s Cabinet as associate provost and chief diversity officer; was a professor in the School of Social Work; and served as assistant vice president for Academic Affairs at the Gwinnett University Center. As a member of the African Studies faculty, she directed the Ghana Interdisciplinary Study Abroad Program for more than a decade. She is a faculty researcher with the UGA Foot Soldier Project for Civil Rights Studies and a faculty member of social work at SSU. Dr. Dozier is actively involved in the Savannah community. She serves on the governing boards of United Way of the Coastal Empire, Telfair Museums, Step Up Savannah and Union Mission. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Savannah and serves on the Savannah Economic Development Authority Advisory Council and the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Council. At the state level, Dr. Dozier was one of 21 citizens appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to serve on the Georgia Child Welfare Reform Council, which was recently created to improve the state’s child welfare system. Nationally, Dr. Dozier is on the executive steering committee for the Millennium Leadership Institute of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. She serves on the American Council of Education’s Commission on International and Global Engagement and is a member of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Council of Presidents. Dr. Dozier is a member of St. Philip Monumental African Methodist Episcopal Church and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Gamma Sigma Omega chapter in Savannah. Dr. Dozier earned a bachelor’s degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a master’s in social work from Atlanta University (now Clark-Atlanta University) and a doctorate in social work from Hunter College at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. A native New Yorker with Georgia roots, she is married to Mr. Arthur Dozier II, a South Carolina native. She enjoys spending time with their adult children, grandchildren and extended family.


sterling steward, jr. athletic director Sterling Steward, Jr. will be entering his sixth year as director of intercollegiate athletics at Savannah State University. Steward is responsible for all matters related to managing Savannah State’s NCAA Division I sport programs for men and women including budgeting; compliance with university, University System of Georgia (USG) and NCAA policies and rules; and fundraising for programmatic needs. “Mr. Steward brings to Savannah State’s athletic program a wealth of knowledge in rules compliance and education, as well as extensive experience in athletic program management, event promotions and publicity, fundraising, facility management and fiscal affairs,” Dozier said. “I have every confidence in his ability to lead Savannah State to new heights that will make us all proud.” During his five years at Savannah State, Steward has supervised the 5.1 million dollar budget for all sixteen sports, served as a member of the President’s Senior Council Staff and secured guaranteed football games worth an estimated 5 million dollars. He has forged relationships with local businesses by developing sponsorship opportunities. These opportunities provide local businesses and the community the ability to engage the SSU fan base while promoting their company’s brand. He has maintained a culture of academic excellence by developing and implementing an academic support unit to address Academic Performance Rate (APR). He has also served on the booster club’s executive management team; developed and managed a comprehensive NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics program which sponsors sixteen varsity sports; marketed athletic sports events which increased attendance at baseball, softball, volleyball, football and basketball games; developed bid proposals to secure outside athletic events on the SSU campus; and created and established good rapport in the community. Steward came to Savannah State from Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, Miss., where he served as senior consultant for Athletics Administration. Prior to that, he was interim athletic director/associate athletic director for compliance at Alabama State University (ASU) in Montgomery, AL. At ASU, Steward was a member of the President’s Senior Council Staff and supervised 18 head coaches and other departmental employees with an $8.7 million dollar annual budget. Prior to working at ASU, Steward held a number of positions at Kentucky State University (KSU) in Frankfort, Ky., over a four-year period including assistant athletic director/compliance coordinator, interim athletic director/compliance coordinator and assistant athletic director for administration/compliance coordinator. Before joining KSU’s staff, Steward served at Eastern Oregon University as its assistant athletic director for internal operations and held a similar position at Xavier University of Louisiana in New Orleans from 1999 until 2004. A native of New Orleans, Steward attended the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss., where he received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 1993 and 1996, respectively, in human performance and recreation.


2016-17 season outlook


Savannah State University women’s basketball team finished the 2015-16 season with a 10-18 record, including a 7-9 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference record.

Also returning for the Lady Tigers are junior Lauryn Fields (2.4 apg), sophomore guard Deyja Brown (31.3 percent from 3-point line), and sophomore guard Jacqueline Anderson.

After winning the MEAC Tournament in the 2014-15 season, the Lady Tigers entered the tournament as the eighth seed last season, but fell to South Carolina State in the first round in overtime.

The 2015-16 season, the Lady Tigers were hit by the injury bug. Senior forward Charmia Graham and junior forward Aiyannah Peal suffered season injuries before the season opener. Brown sat out for 10 games, Treadwell sat out 13 games, Kilah Nixon sat out 14 games and Chelsea Frazier sat out 16 games due to injuries.

This season, the Lady Tigers are looking for their second MEAC title as the team is an experienced team with eight seniors after not losing a senior from last year’s team. Senior Kenyata Hendrix returns for her senior season and last season, she set a single-season school record in the Division I era with 62 made 3-pointers and led the team with 12.6 points per game, which ranked eighth in the conference. The Carrollton, Ga., native also led the team with 123 made field goals and averaged 3.5 rebounds per game. Also returning for her senior season is center Tiyonda Davis, who set the school record in rebounds with 708 career rebounds in the Division I era. The Athens, Ga., native led the team last season with 8.5 rebounds per game, which ranked fourth in the MEAC, and with 75 blocks, which ranked second in school history for a single season, and was named to the All-MEAC Third Team. Senior forward Jeremica Edwards returns for her second season at Savannah State and was second on the team with 46.2 field goal percentage and with 6.9 points per game and averaged 4.3 rebounds per game. The Lady Tigers return three other seniors of guard Rhianna Warren (6.7 ppg), guard Taylor-Ashley Shaw (3.9 rbp), center Caprisha Treadwell (2.8 rbg).

Savannah State welcomes two newcomers this season with Lauren “Gabby” Moss from Georgia State University and Jessica Satterwhite from Wayhampton HS in Hampton, S.C. Head coach Cedric Baker enters his 24th year as a head coach and his 14th year at Savannah State. The Voorhees graduate has the most NCAA Division I wins (142) in school history. The non-conference schedule is a very tough one for the Lady Tigers as SSU faces six teams that made the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament with Seton Hall University, Alabama State University, Jacksonville University, Auburn University, University of Washington and hosting the University of South Carolina. The Lady Tigers face five teams in a row that made the postseason with at Auburn, at Washington, South Carolina, at Florida Gulf Coast and Bethune-Cookman. FGCU and B-CU both made the Women’s National Invitational Tournament.


2016-17 WOmen’s basketball roster

No. NAME POS. HT. CL. Hometown/Previous School .1 Caprisha Treadwell C 6-2 Sr. Chicago, Ill. / Walters State CC 2 Kenyata Hendrix G 5-10 Sr. Carrollton, Ga. / Carrollton HS 3 Taylor-Ashley Shaw G 5-9 Sr. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / Gulf Coast 4 Jacqueline Anderson G 5-6 So. Savannah, Ga. / Beach HS 5 Lauryn Fields G 5-5 Jr. Cape May Court House, N.J. / Middle Township 10 Kierstan Green G 5-8 Jr. Savannah, Ga. / Coastal Georgia CC 11 Rhianna Warren G 5-8 Sr. Columbus, Ga. / Villa Rica HS 14 Praise Russell G 5-6 Fr. Jacksonville, Fla. / Ribault HS 20 Lauren “Gaby” Moss G 5-8 Gs. Alexandria, Va. / Georgia State 22 Charmia Graham F 6-2 Sr. Richmond Hill, Ga. / Richmond Hill HS 24 Deyja Brown G 5-8 Jr. Ruffin, S.C. / Colleton Co. HS 25 Jessica Satterwhite F 6-3 Fr. Hampton, S.C. / Wayhampton HS 32 Jeremica Edwards F 5-10 Sr. New Orleans, La. / Tallahassee CC 33 Aiyannah Peal G 6-0 r-Jr. Willow Grove, Pa. / Tallahassee CC 44 Tiyonda Davis C 6-4 Sr. Athens, Ga. / Cedar Shoals HS 55 Reynetta Phillips C 6-8 Sr. Marshall, Texas / Marshall HS Head Coach: Cedric W. Baker Alma Mater: Voorhees College, ‘90 Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Assistant Coach: Athletic Trainer:

Brenda Warren Andy Harre Ronald Booker Meg Barton


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#1

CAPRISHA TREADWELL 6-2, Senior) CENTER CHICAGO, IL. WALTERS STATE CC Personal: Full name is Caprisha Annie Treadwell ... born on June 12, 1994 and majoring in Criminal Justice ... parents are Tanishia Treadwell and David Anthony ... post college pans are to be an Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent ... hobbies include writing/reading poetry, running and watching cartoons ... also recruited by the University of Memphis, Florida Atlantic and Troy. Treadwell Career Highs Points: 10 at Howard, 2/20/16 Rebounds: 9 vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 Assists: 1, 3x, last vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16 Steals: 2 vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16 FG Made: 4, 3x, last at Howard, 2/20/16 FG Att.: 10 vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 3-FG Made: n/a 3-FG Att.: 1 at South Carolina State, 2/13/16 FT Made: 2, 2x, last at Howard, 2/20/16 FT Att: 3 at Howard, 2/20/16 Blocks: 3 at Howard, 2/20/16

Treadwell Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R 2016-17 15-0 146 17-45 .378 0-1 000 5-6 .833 17-25-42 Totals: 15-0 146 17-45 .378 0-1 .000 5-6 .833 17-25-42

Avg. PF A 2.8 22 3 2.8 22 3

TO 11 11

Blk 6 6

Stl 4 4

Pts./Avg. 39/2.6 39/2.6


#2

KENYATA HENDRIX 5-10, Senior) Guard CARROLLTON, Ga. CARROLLTON HS Personal: Full Name is Kenyata Lasha Hendrix … Born on October 26, 1994 … Majoring in Mass Communications … Graduating in Fall 2017 … Post college plans are to become a professional sports anchor … Parents are Antoine Hendrix, Tomeka and Ricky Walker … Hobbies include writing … Also recruited by LaSalle University. Hendrix Career Highs Points: 28 at Norfolk State, 1/25/16 Rebounds: 8, 2x, last at Troy, 11/30/14 Assists: 5, 2x, last vs. Maryland Eastern Shore, 1/16/16 Steals: 4, 2x, last at Troy 11/30/14 FG Made: 11 at Norfolk State, 1/25/16 FG Att.: 20, 2x, last vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16 3-FG Made: 5, 5x, last vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16 3-FG Att.: 14 vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16 FT Made: 9 at Mississippi State, 11/26/13 FT Att: 12 at Mississippi State, 11/26/13 Blocks: 2, 2x, last vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16

Hendrix Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA 2013-14 33-19 914 88-250 2014-15 31-25 954 102-280 2015-16 28-23 973 123-350 Totals: 92-67 2841 313-880

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .352 33-128 .258 41-63 .651 .364 48-171 .281 28-44 .636 .351 62-187 .332 45-78 .577 .356 143-486 .294 114-185 .616

O-D-R 16-67-83 20-55-75 23-76-99 59-198-257

Avg. 2.5 2.4 2.4 2.8

PF 46 40 40 91

A 40 39 39 136

TO 64 57 57 224

Blk 4 4 4 17

Stl 28 41 41 90

Pts./Avg. 250/7.6 280/9.0 280/9.0 883/9.6


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TAYLOR-ASHLEY SHAW 5-9, SENIOR) Guard FT. LAUDERDALE, FL. GULF COAST Personal: Full name is Taylor-Ashley Janay Shaw and was born on April 15, 1993 ... majoring in Mass Communications and post college plans are to work as a publicist, write for a newspaper or open a SRM “For women, by women.” ... parent is Carletha Shaw ... hobbies include to take pictures, shop and eat ... also recruited by Floirda A&M, Tennessee Tech, Troy, UTEP and Fresno State. Shaw Career Highs Points: 11 at South Carolina State, 2/27/16 Rebounds: 8 at Jacksonville State, 12/15/15 Assists: 6 vs. Columbia College, 11/13/15 Steals: 3 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore, 1/16/16 FG Made: 5 vs. Columbia College, 11/13/15 FG Att.: 9 vs. South Carolina State, 2/27/16 3-FG Made: n/a 3-FG Att.: 1, 3x, last vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 FT Made: 6 vs. N.C. Central, 1/11/16 FT Att: 6, 2x, last at N.C. A&T, 1/30/16 Blocks: 1, 4x, last vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16

Shaw Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R 2016-17 27-13 626 41-118 .347 0-3 .000 24-38 .632 17-55-72 Totals: 27-13 626 41-118 .347 0-3 .000 24-38 .632 17-55-72

Avg. PF A TO Blk 2.7 48 37 56 4 2.7 48 37 56 4

Stl 19 19

Pts./Avg. 106/3.9 106/3.9


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JACQUELINE ANDERSON 5-6, Sophomore) Guard SAVANNAH, Ga. BEACH HS Personal: Born on August 23, 1997 … majoring in Behavior Analysis … parent is Valerie Anderson … post college plans are to be a detective, forensic scientist … hobbies includes playing softball and soccer … also recruited by Middle Georgia and Lane College. Anderson Career Highs Points: 1 vs. Allen, 1/4/16 Rebounds: 2 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/2/15 Assists: n/a Steals: n/a FG Made: n/a FG Att.: 2 at Rutgers, 12/13/15 3-FG Made: n/a 3-FG Att.: 1, 3x, last vs. South Carolina State, 2/27/16 FT Made: n/a FT Att: n/a Blocks: n/a

Anderson Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R 2016-17 9-0 32 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 2-2-4 Totals: 9-0 32 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 2-2-4

Avg. PF A TO Blk 0.4 3 0 6 0 0.4 3 0 6 0

Stl 0 0

Pts./Avg. 1/0.1 1/0.1


#5

LAURYN FIELDS 5-5, JUNIOR) Guard CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J.. MIDDLE TOWNSHIP Personal: Full name is Lauryn Brejae Fields … Born on February 17, 1996 … Majoring in Behavior Analysis … Parents are Lawrence and Kellie Fields … Post college plans are to travel overseas to play basketball professional … Hobbies include eating, sleeping, and shopping … Also recruited by the Western Michigan, Howard University, Maryland Eastern Shore, and New Jersey Institute of Technology. Fields Career Highs Points: 11, 2x, last at Jacksonville, 1/2/16 Rebounds: 5 at Florida, 11/24/15 Assists: 5, 3x, last vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16 Steals: 4, 3x, last vs. Columbia College, 11/13/15 FG Made: 5 at Jacksonville, 1/2/16 FG Att.: 11, 2x, last at Alabama State, 12/5/15 3-FG Made: 2, 2x, last vs. South Carolina State, 2/27/16 3-FG Att.: 5 vs. Jacksonville, 1/4/15 FT Made: 5, 2x, last vs. Allen, 1/4/16 FT Att: 8 at Alabama State, 12/5/14 Blocks: n/a

Fields Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA 2014-15 30-0 215 17-57 2015-16 28-14 641 42-157 Totals: 58-14 856 59-214

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .298 4-24 .167 9-20 .450 .268 10-39 .256 32-51 .627 .276 14-63 .222 41-71 .577

O-D-R 4-12-16 15-30-45 19-42-61

Avg. 0.5 1.6 1.1

PF 13 34 47

A 13 66 79

TO 12 76 88

Blk 0 0 0

Stl 17 30 47

Pts./Avg. 47/1.6 126/4.5 173/3.0


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RHIANNA WARREN 5-8, SENIOR) Guard COLUMBUS, Ga. VILLA RICA HS Personal: Full Name is Rhianna Sha’Coya Warren … Born on September 20, 1994 … Majoring in Biology … Graduating in 2017… Post college plans are to join the Air Force and later become an X-Ray Technician … Parents are Neicola Weems. Warren Career Highs Points: 19 vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16 Rebounds: 8 vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16 Assists: 3, 3x, last vs. Delaware State, 1/18/16 Steals: 3, 5x, last vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16 FG Made: 8 vs. Coppin State, 2/8/16 FG Att.: 14 vs. Delaware State, 1/18/16 3-FG Made: 4 at Oklahoma State, 12/27/15 3-FG Att.: 11 vs. Delaware State, 1/18/16 FT Made: 3 at Howard, 2/20/16 FT Att: 4 at Howard, 2/20/16 Blocks: 2, 3x, last at Norfolk State, 1/25/16

Warren Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA 2013-14 27-0 184 22-60 2014-15 17-0 95 11-28 2015-16 26-12 536 64-190 Totals: 70-12 815 97-278

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .367 8-32 .250 2-3 .667 .393 8-17 .471 1-2 .500 .337 28-88 .318 18-22 .818 .349 44-137 .321 21-27 .778

O-D-R 8-15-23 4-7-11 24-49-73 36-71-107

Avg. 0.9 0.6 2.8 1.5

PF 10 5 36 51

A 9 4 18 31

TO 8 1 34 43

Blk 3 0 7 10

Stl 8 6 24 38

Pts./Avg. 54/2.0 31/1.8 174/6.7 259/3.7


#22

CHARMIA GRAHAM 6-2, SENIOR) FORWARD RICHMOND HILL, Ga. RICHMOND HILL HS Personal: Full Name is Charmia Alexius Graham … Born on August 22, 1995 … Majoring in Civil Engineering … Graduating in 2017 … Post college plans are to become an Engineering Manager … Parents are Charlene Boles and Antonio Graham … Hobbies include playing all types of sports, listening to music, writing and most important of all spending time with family… Also recruited by East Georgia, Armstrong Atlantic, Lander, and Lincoln Memorial. Graham Career Highs Points: 10, 2x, last at Jacksonville State, 12/15/15 Rebounds: 9 vs. Morgan State, 12/5/15 Assists: 1, 6x, last at Jacksonville State, 12/15/15 Steals: 3 at Coppin State, 2/9/15 FG Made: 4 at Jacksonville State, 12/15/15 FG Att.: 9 vs. Auburn, 11/22/14 3-FG Made: n/a 3-FG Att.: n/a FT Made: 4 vs. Coppin State, 3/11/15 FT Att: 6 vs. Coppin State, 3/11/15 Blocks: 2 vs. Columbia College, 11/8/13

Graham Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R 2013-14 22-0 106 4-11 .364 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 6-15-21 2014-15 Redshirt 2015-16 Redshirt Totals: 22-0 106 4-11 .364 0-0 .000 7-12 .583 6-15-21

Avg. PF A TO Blk 1.0 29 1 8 4

Stl 2

Pts./Avg. 15/0.7

1.0

2

15/0.7

29

1

8

4


#24

DEYJA BROWN 5-8, JUNIOR) Guard RUFFIN, S.C.. COLLETON COUNTY HS Personal: Full Name is Deyja Lakelle Brown … Born on September 13, 1995 … Majoring in Computer Science Technology … Parents are Brenda Inabinett, and Kenneth Brown … Post college plans are to find a job in the field of Computer Science … Graduating in 2018 … Hobbies include watching television, sleeping, eating, and listening to music … Also recruited by South Carolina State, and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Brown Career Highs Points: 9 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/2/15 Rebounds: 6 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/2/15 Assists: 3 vs. Columbia College, 11/14/14 Steals: 3 vs. Columbia College, 11/14/14 FG Made: 3, 3x, last vs. Georgia Southern, 12/2/15 FG Att.: 10 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/2/15 3-FG Made: 3, vs. Georgia Southern, 12/2/15 3-FG Att.: 8 vs. Auburn, 11/22/15 FT Made: 2, 2x, last vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 FT Att: 2, 2x, last vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 Blocks: 1, 7x, last at N.C. Central, 2/29/16

Brown Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA 2014-15 25-0 139 9-42 2015-16 18-3 213 19-65 Totals: 43-3 352 28-107

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .214 4-19 .211 3-4 .750 .292 10-32 .313 3-4 .750 .262 14-51 .275 6-8 .750

O-D-R 4-14-18 6-21-27 10-35-45

Avg. 0.7 1.5 1.1

PF 17 22 39

A 10 6 16

TO 15 20 35

Blk 4 3 7

Stl 10 11 21

Pts./Avg. 25/1.0 51/2.8 76/1.8


#32

JEREMICA EDWARDS 5-10, SENIOR) FORWARD NEW ORLEANS, la. TALLAHASSEE CC Personal: Born on August 23, 1995 … majoring in History and post college plans are to play overseas and to teach high school in inner cities … parents are Brenda Ledlow and Darius Mimms … expected to graduate in 2017 … hobbies include watching television, shopping, poetry and chilling with friends … also recruited by the Naval Academy, Lamar, McNeese, Louisiana-Lafayette, East Carolina and Western Kentucky. Edwards Career Highs Points: 18 vs. Columbia College, 11/13/15 Rebounds: 9 at Hampton, 1/23/16 Assists: 3, 3x, last vs. South Carolina State, 3/8/16 Steals: 4, 3x, last at Florida A&M, 1/1/16 FG Made: 8 vs. Columbia College, 11/13/15 FG Att.: 14 at South Carolina State, 2/13/16 3-FG Made: n/a 3-FG Att.: 1, 2x, last at N.C. A&T, 1/30/16 FT Made: 3 at Hampton, 1/23/16 FT Att: 8 at Hampton, 1/23/16 Blocks: 2 vs. N.C. A&T, 1/9/15

Edwards Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O-D-R 2015-16 26-21 580 80-173 .462 0-2 .000 20-42 .476 37-76-113 Totals: 26-21 580 80-173 .462 0-2 .000 20-42 .476 37-76-113

Avg. PF A TO Blk 4.3 50 30 53 7 4.3 50 30 53 7

Stl 30 30

Pts./Avg. 180/6.9 180/6.9


#44

TIYONDA DAVIS 6-4, SENIOR) CENTER ATHENS, Ga. CEDAR SHOALS HS Personal: Full Name is Tiyonda Ra’Shaun Davis … Born on August 9, 1995 … Majoring in Social Work … Graduating in Fall 2017 … Post college plans are to become a Social Worker … Parents are Lanikki Davis … Hobbies include shopping, dancing, and hanging out with friends and family … Also recruited by Middle Georgia College. Davis Career Highs Points: 16, 3x, last at Norfolk State, 1/25/16 Rebounds: 9 vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 Assists: 1, 3x, last vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16 Steals: 2 vs. Florida A&M, 3/3/16 FG Made: 4, 3x, last at Howard, 2/20/16 FG Att.: 10 vs. Morgan State, 2/6/16 3-FG Made: n/a 3-FG Att.: n/a FT Made: 2, 2x, last at Howard, 2/20/16 FT Att: 3 at Howard, 2/20/16 Blocks: 8 at Mississippi State, 11/26/13

Davis Career Statistics: Year GP-GS Min. FG-FGA 2013-14 33-30 763 95-164 2014-15 32-31 926 124-228 2015-16 28-26 852 81-153 Totals: 93-87 2541 300-545

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .579 0-0 .000 27-65 .415 .544 0-0 .000 25-49 .510 .529 0-0 .000 25-53 .472 .551 0-0 .000 77-167 .461

O-D-R 107-139-236 95-149-244 82-156-238 284-444-718

Avg. 7.2 7.6 8.5 7.7

PF 118 113 93 324

A 7 26 22 55

TO 35 48 47 130

Blk 53 67 75 195

Stl 28 27 25 80

Pts./Avg. 217/6.6 273/8.5 187/6.7 677/7.3


2016-17 women’s basketball newcomers

#10

KIERSTAN GREEN. 5-8, JUNIOR)

#14

PRAISE RUSSELL. 5-6, FRESHMAN

#20

LAUREN “GABY” MOSS. 5-8, GRADUATE)

GUARD SAVANNAH, ga. COASTAL GEORGIA CC

GUARD JACKSONVILLE, FL. RIBAULT HS

guard ALEXANDRIA, VA GEORGIA STATE


2016-17 women’s basketball newcomers

#25

JESSICA SATTERWHITE. 6-3, freshman)

#33

JESSICA SATTERWHITE. 6-0, REDSHIRT JUNIOR)

#55

REYNETTA PHILLIPS 6-8, SENIOR)

FORWARD HAMPTON, s.c. WAYHAMPTON hs

Guard WILLOW GROVE, PA. TALLAHASSEE CC

CENTER MARSHALL, TX. MARSHALL HS


MEET THE coaches


Cedric Baker enters his 14th season as head women’s basketball coach at Savannah State University and enters his 24th year of head coaching. He was named head coach at Savannah State on July 30, 2003. Since coming to Savannah State, Baker has gradually improved the women’s basketball program. Last season, however, the Lady Tigers went 10-18 overall and 7-9 in conference play and fell to South Carolina State in the first round of the MEAC Tournament. In the 2014-15 season, SSU went 21-11 overall and 13-3 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference; all records were the best in the program’s Division I era (since 2002-03) and the best MEAC record since its first year of competition in 2011-12. The Lady Tigers won the 2015 MEAC Tournament Championship for the first time in school history and received its first bid into the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament.

cedric baker 14th season) voorhees ‘90

In the 2013-14 season SSU went 19-14 overall, 10-6 in the MEAC, and 10-2 in Tiger Arena; all records were the best in the program’s Division I era (since 2002-03). It was also the best MEAC record the programs had since its first year of competition in 201112. The Lady Tigers under Baker made history in the 2014 MEAC Tournament with wins over Morgan State and Florida A&M. They were the first basketball team in the school’s history to make the semifinals of the MEAC Tournament. Prior to that, the 2006-07 team earned a spot on the Division I most improved list, compiled by the NCAA, with a 7.5 game improvement. Their winning percentage also increased to .413 in 2006-07 from .142 in 2005-06. The team earned a .577 winning percentage in 2010-11. During his tenure at Savannah State University, Baker has helped guide the Lady Tigers to some of the most significant wins in the history of the program. Those wins came against opponents from various Division I conferences, including: University of Florida (Southeastern Conference), The University of Texas San Antonio (Conference USA), Troy (Sun Belt), Charleston Southern (Big South), Longwood (Big South), East Carolina (Conference USA), Louisiana-Lafayette (Sun-Belt), Georgia Southern (Southern Conference), Tennessee St. (OVC), and Mercer (Atlantic Sun). Baker has also proved successful in the HBCU arena, recording wins over Alabama State, Bethune-Cookman, Maryland Eastern Shore, Howard, Florida A&M, Norfolk State, Delaware State, North Carolina Central, South Carolina State, Morgan State, and SIAC champion Fort Valley State. In the 2013-14 season, Baker eclipsed 300 career wins and broke 100 Savannah State NCAA Division I wins, etching himself into the record books with the most NCAA Division I wins (132) in school history. Baker comes to SSU from Benedict College where he served as head women’s basketball coach and guided the program to a 55-29 overall record during his tenure. In 2003, his team finished third in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Eastern Division with a 19-9 record. He led the team to back-to-back Eastern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (EIAC) championships in 2001 and 2002, and was named EIAC Coach of the Year in 2002. Prior to his coaching position at Benedict, He served as head coach of the Voorhees College women’s basketball team where he compiled a 139-86 record during his seven years at the program’s helm. His team earned four EIAC championships and three NAIA Division I National tournament appearances. In 2000, his team compiled a record of 24-4, earning him an at-large berth into the NAIA Division I basketball tournament. The team was ranked number 16 in the NAIA Division I top 25 final poll and was the EIAC conference champions with a record of 12-0. Baker graduated from Voorhees College in 1990, earning a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and applied sciences. At Voorhees, he was a four year basketball letterman and a member of the 1987 Voorhees Men’s Basketball EAIC Championship team.


The Baker File: Full Name Birthday Birthplace Hometown Education

Cedric Baker March xx, xxxx Columbus, Ga. Columbus, Ga. Bachelor’s – Voorhees (’90)


Brenda Warren enters her fourth year as the assistant women’s basketball coach. Warren brings multiple years of experience in education and athletics to Savannah State. In her previous position, Warren was the head coach for track and field as well as the junior varsity and assistant varsity basketball coach at Russell County High School in Seale, Ala. Prior to Russell County High School, Warren was the head women’s basketball coach at Chattahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix City, Ala.

brenda warren 4th season) voorhees ‘xx

The Alexandria, Va., native coached a CVCC team that qualified for the Alabama Community College Conference tournament three times, and had three players sign NCAA Division II scholarships. During the 20062008 seasons coach Warren’s team had a 100 percent graduation rate. Warren earned a Bachelor of Science in health and recreation from Voorhees College in Denmark, S.C., graduating Cum Laude. She earned a Master of Science in sports and fitness management from Troy University in Fort Benning, Ga.


Ronald Booker enters his third year as the assistant women’s basketball coach after spending 35 years as the women’s basketball head coach at A.E. Beach High School in Savannah, Ga. Booker won 81 percent of his games with a 786-188 record at Beach HS. The Lady Bulldogs earned 12 Sub-Region “B” titles, 20 3-AAAA and 3-AAAAA Region Championships and one 1-AAA Region Championship. Beach HS has made 30 Georgia High School Association State Basketball Tournament appearances under Booker and won the 1999-00 Girls State Championship. Booker, a 1964 graduate of Beach HS, also served as the school’s Athletic Director for the last 10 years.

ronald booker 3rd season) savananh state ‘71

The Savannah, Ga., native has been named the Savannah Area Coach of the Year 11 times, GACA Region Coach of the Year 20 times and the GHSA Coach of the Year for the state of Georgia in 1999-00. Booker has been inducted into the Beach HS Hall of Fame and the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame. Booker graduated from Savannah State University in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science in health physical education and recreation.


Andy Harre enters his first year at Savannah State University as the women’s basketball assistant coach in his second stint at SSU. Harre spent two seasons as the special assistant to Head Coach Horace Broadnax from 2012-14, where he collaborated with the head coach in scouting, reporting and cultivating academic and athletic talent with student-athletes. During this time, Harre helped led the team to a post-season appearance in the College Invitational Tournament. In between his two stints at SSU, Harre coached at Griffin High School in Griffin, Ga., for the last two seasons and posted a 26-24 record as the head boys’ basketball coach. In 2014-15, the Bears posted a 20-8 record, the first 20-win season in the last 10 seasons and earned a birth to the Georgia High School Association State Tournament, for the first time in four years.

andy harre 1st season) central f lorida ‘05

Prior coming to SSU, Harre spent a season with Grambling State University as an assistant men’s basketball coach. He served as the head recruiting coordinator and monitored and participated in training/practice sessions. Harre was an assistant men’s basketball coach at Clayton State University from 2006-11 as he served as the head recruiting coordinator. In his five seasons, Harre was instrumental in the development of two All-Americans and eight All-Conference players. Harre also helped lead CSU to a No. 2 national ranking, two trips to the NCAA Tournament, a trip to the Sweet Sixteen and Round of 32, while also winning a conference tournament. Harre spent a season with Seminole State College as an assistant men’s basketball from 2005-06. He served as the head recruiting coordinator and performed in-game responsibilities. The Melbourne, Fla., native started his coaching career with Oviedo High School in Oviedo, Fla., from 2003-05 as an assistant coach. The team went 45-10 in two seasons and went to the Elite 8 in FHSAA in 2004-05. Harre played for Florida Southern College from 1998-00 and went to the NCAA Division II Final Four in 1999 and Elite 8 in 2000. FSC went 6010 in 1999-00 finishing in the top-five national, including No. 1 in 2000, including finishing the season ranked No. 1 in all national polls. Harre received his Associate Degree from Brevard Community College in 2001 and his Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Florida in 2005.


2012 FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE GENERAL INFO.

THE COACHES

It’s how you PLAY the GAME. OUTLOOK

THE TIGERS

OPPONENTS

SAVANNH, GA

2011 REVIEW

RECORDS

MEAC

THE UNIVERSITY

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It’s not whether you WIN or LOSE...


results & statistics


Year-by-year results 1981-82 Saralyn Truedell 10-13 ARMSTRONG STATE L(ot) 86-90 VOORHEES W 112-53 FT. VALLEY L 88-103 at Claflin L 60-93 at Tuskegee L 75-89 at Augusta W 79-67 at Knoxville L 86-87 at Albany State L 65-83 FT. VALLEY L 70-89 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 64-76 at Clark L 46-54 at Armstrong State L 60-65 at Georgia Southern L 58-80 TUSKEGEE L 71-74 at Morris Brown L 63-83 MORRIS BROWN W 75-58 ALBANY STATE L 64-68 at Ft. Valley L 70-78 GEORGIA SOUTHERN L 56-82 at Bethune-Cookman L 53-57 at Voorhees W 77-52 CLARK L 50-69 vs. Morris Brown L 72-79 1982-83 Saralyn Truedell 10-13 EDWARD WATERS W 74-60 ALBANY STATE W 77-73 TUSKEGEE L 78-86 At Armstrong State W 63-44 BENEDICT W 84-53 FLORIDA A&M L 71-85 SOUTHERN L 85-93 At Albany State L 79-80 At Edward Waters W 87-62 FORT VALLEY L 58-69 At Clark L 47-65 At Alabama A&M L 67-84 At Morris Brown L 60-71 MORRIS BROWN W 70-64 ARMSTRONG STATE W 71-41 At Tuskegee L 77-85 At Talladega W 89-58 At Benedict L 58-86 At Fort Valley L 61-80 CLARK W 62-59 ALBANY STATE L 59-75 ALABAMA A&M W 78-57 CLARK L 65-79

1983-84 Saralyn Truedell 12-13 EDWARD WATERS W 83-63 ST.AUGUSTINE (N.C.) L 77-79 At Bethune-Cookman L 63-98 FLA. MEMORIAL W 69-63 BENEDICT W 84-64 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 64-76 At Edward Waters W 81-72 At Albany State W(ot) 65-63 FORT VALLEY L 83-96 At Clark L 70-73 At Alabama A&M L 79-94 At Armstrong L 80-83 At Morris Brown W 73-51 At Tuskegee L 75-77 MORRIS BROWN L 66-68 At Talladega W 102-85 TUSKEGEE W 86-62 At Fla. Memorial W 65-61 ARMSTRONG W 79-62 At Benedict W 59-57 At Fort Valley L 80-93 CLARK W 70-68 ALABAMA A&M L 79-83 ALBANY STATE L 48-77 ALBANY STATE L 64-65

1985-86 Saralyn Truedell 7-18 FORT VALLEY L 75-81 ALBANY STATE L 50-52 At Paine L 60-66 At Benedict W 81-74 DIST. OF COLUMBIA L 70-71 MT. OLIVE W 70-61 At Bethune-Cookman L 54-65 FORT VALLEY L 69-73 At Clark L 73-93 ALBANY STATE W 69-59 At Edward Waters W 82-70 MORRIS BROWN L 76-83 At Alabama A&M L 56-112 TUSKEGEE L 59-60 BENEDICT W 78-74 PAINE L 50-66 At Fort Valley L 73-87 At Morris Brown W 80-73 CLARK L 58-62 At Tuskegee L 59-85 BETHUNE-COOKMAN W(ot) 71-70 At Albany State L 51-72 CLARK L 67-88 EDWARD WATERS L 67-89 ALABAMA A&M L 62-78

1984-85 Saralyn Truedell 6-16 EDWARD WATERS W 67-61 ALBANY STATE L 41-58 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 67-92 TUSKEGEE L 73-82 KENTUCKY STATE L 60-67 JACKSONVILLE STATE L 67-73 At Bethune-Cookman L 51-54 ALBANY STATE L 51-70 FORT VALLEY L 61-69 At Clark L 64-78 At Alabama A&M L 60-99 At Morris Brown W 55-53 MORRIS BROWN W 55-44 At Edward Waters W 62-43 At Tuskegee L 62-64 At Benedict L 73-85 BENEDICT W 81-61 At Fort Valley L 68-78 ALABAMA A&M W 72-71 CLARK L 73-85 At Albany State L 61-64 CLARK L 77-85

1986-87 Saralyn Truedell 9-12 FORT VALLEY L 80-83 EDWARD WATERS W 73-68 PAINE L 56-62 CLAFLIN L 83-87 At Edward Waters W 89-59 FORT VALLEY L 52-64 BENEDICT W 73-71 At Augusta W 67-55 EDWARD WATERS W 84-36 At Clark W 69-47 MORRIS BROWN W (OT) 55-54 TUSKEGEE W 88-59 ALBANY STATE L 64-77 At Alabama A&M L 52-79 At Benedict L 45-77 PAINE W 90-78 At Fort Valley L 60-63 At Albany State L 54-79 CLARK L 57-59 At Claflin L 69-86 AUGUSTA L 60-62


Year-by-year results 1987-88 Otis Brock 9-13 EDWARD WATERS W 71-55 ALBANY STATE L 38-73 ARMSTRONG W 76-70 At Augusta L 54-61 FORT VALLEY L 53-104 At Georgia Southern L 51-90 At Paine L 45-91 CLARK L 64-70 ALBANY STATE L 71-84 At Benedict L 41-66 BENEDICT W 76-54 At Armstrong W 81-48 At Fort Valley L 54-75 ALABAMA A&M L 71-80 ARMSTRONG W 69-52 At Morris Brown W 67-52 PAINE W 57-56 FLORIDA MEMORIAL W 67-56 ARMSTONG W 67-56 TUSKEGEE L 78-94 ALBANY STATE L 39-84 ALABAMA A&M L 63-89

1989-90 Otis Brock 13-12 Fort Valley State W 85-83 Albany State L 45-52 Florida Inst. Tech L 71-75 Clark Atlanta W 72-46 Clark Atlanta W 65-59 Alabama A&M W 72-60 Armstrong State L 57-63 Clark Atlanta L 67-77 Eckerd W 72-51 Morris Bown W 77-75 Paine L 50-58 Columbus W 62-60 Benedict W 83-70 Alabama A&M L 60-64 Morris Brown W 76-60 Fort Valley State L 69-84 Armstrong State W 66-52 Albany State L 57-80 Benedict W 56-48 Albany State L 54-105 Florida Atlantic L 67-95

1990-91 1988-89 Phillip Wallace 20-8 Otis Brock 11-14 KNOXVILLE W 80-40 ALBANY STATE L 60-61 ALBANY STATE L 53-61 FORT VALLEY W 78-76 At Spelman W 104-68 ALBANY STATE L 38-44 ARMSTRONG W 72-66 CLARK L 55-59 BENEDICT W 72-53 SOUTH CAROLINA ST. L 57-79 EDWARD WATERS W 101-67 ARMSTRONG W 60-42 COLUMBUS W 72-61 CONVERSE L 38-66 LEMOYNE-OWENS W 89-68 CLARK L 49-65 CLARK W 79-43 At Morris Brown W 57-55 ALABAMA A&M L 64-70 At Clark W 62-61 At Fort Valley W 73-71 At Albany State L 45-61 At Clark W 75-58 PAINE L 55-61 At Paine W 66-59 TUSKEGEE L 53-7 At Benedict W 73-39 ARMSTRONG W 71-44 At Armstrong W 52-37 At Fort Valley L 42-88 FORT VALLEY L 72-76 EDWARD WATERS W 74-42 MORRIS BROWN W 69-47 At Edward Waters W 64-52 At Alabama A&M L 63-78 At Paine L 47-51 PAINE W 69-51 FORT VALLEY W 66-63 TUSKEGEE W 63-61 At Armstrong L 60-6 At Morris Brown L 74-83 MORRIS BROWN W 51-49 MILES W 77-72 FLORIDA MEMORIAL W 74-44 ALBANY STATE W 77-74 At Alabama A&M L 54-76 EDWARD WATERS W 97-73 At Armstrong W 67-60 At Albany State L 73-79 ALBANY STATE L 36-64 MILES W 70-49 ALABAMA A&M L 73-79 ALBANY STATE L 53-59

1991-92 Phillip Wallace 20-9 EDWARD WATERS W 83-54 ALBANY STATE W 81-58 BENEDICT W 87-52 SPELMAN W 97-50 At Edward Waters W 82-61 GEORGIA SO. WESTERN W 69-48 FORT VALLEY W 71-68 USC-AIKEN W 87-81 At Lemoyne-Owen L 88-99 At Clark L 64-68 At Armstrong L 64-71 PAINE W 67-49 ALABAMA A&M L 73-84 CLARK W 60-46 At Fort Valley W 84-83 ARMSTRONG W 63-62 At Morris Brown W 86-70 At Spelman W 77-63 FORT VALLEY L 56-67 At Paine W 80-52 TUSKEGEE W 71-32 MORRIS BROWN W 70-51 At Miles W 63-53 At Alabama A&M L 62-96 At Albany State L 68-73 At Benedict W 72-63 ALBANY STATE L 72-77 TUSKEGEE W 68-57 FORT VALLEY L 74-75 1992-93 Phillip Wallace 24-5 FLORIDA MEMORIAL W 66-48 VORHEES W 103-53 VORHEES W 82-59 EDWARD WATERS W 90-44 ST. PAULS W 93-55 LIVINGSTONE W 57-44 At Florida Memorial W 63-36 EDWARD WATERS W 80-47 LEMOYNE-OWEN W 121-55 WOFFORD W 87-78 At Paine W 68-61 FORT VALLEY L 75-90 At Alabama A&M W 69-66 At Vorhees W 67-56 CLARK W 72-42 PAINE W 74-48 At Fort Valley L 75-86 At Tuskegee L 72-84 At Clark W 62-58 At North Florida W 69-56 MORRIS BROWN W 70-62


Year-by-year results ALBANY STATE MILES At Albany State At Wofford At Morris Brown MILES PAINE FORT VALLEY

W 66-63 W 97-65 W 63-50 L 60-68 W 78-75 W 78-63 W 55-43 L 67-75

1993-94 Phillip Wallace 18-11 EDWARD WATERS W 91-59 ALBANY STATE W 78-70 ARMSTRONG W 75-68 At Edward Waters W 69-56 LIVINGSTON W 85-69 N.C. CENTRAL W 87-74 ELIZABETH CITY W 86-61 NORTH FLORIDA W 77-73 ALABAMA A&M L 71-97 At Fort Valley L 68-71 At Alabama A&M L 47-94 At Lemoyne-Owen L (2OT)90-95 At Clark W 64-44 MILES W 57-56 FORT VALLEY L 64-74 MORRIS BROWN L 55-57 At Armstrong W 79-77 CLARK W 58-55 PAINE W 49-61 TUSKEGEE W 81-64 At UCS-Aiken W 82-78 ALBANY STATE L 67-75 At Paine L 66-69 At Miles W 61-39 At Morris Brown W 81-78 At Albany State L 43-81 CLARK W 93-59 TUSKEGEE W 59-53 LEMOYNE-OWEN L 67-84 1994-95 Phillip Wallace 23-5 BARBER SCOTIA W 74-50 FORT VALLEY Lot 73-77 At Armstrong W 82-65 At Florida Memorial W 58-54 N.C. CENTRAL W 66-57 ELIZABETH CITY W 58-34 FLORIDA MEMORIAL W 70-63 PAINE W 69-47 At Fort Valley L 53-57 MORRIS BROWN W 62-35 ALABAMA A&M W 59-46 FORT VALLEY W 60-58

At Clark At Morris Brown At Voorhees CLARK At Paine MILES LEMOYNE-OWEN ALBANY STATE VOORHEES At Alabama A&M At Tuskegee At Albany State At Miles MILES FORT VALLEY DELTA STATE

W 65-58 W 58-47 W 64-62 W 81-72 W 60-31 W 91-56 W 75-57 W 54-53 W 66-56 L 71-72 W 79-51 W 68-63 W 65-59 W 55-43 L 55-60 L 67-89

1995-96 Carla Debro 14-14 ELIZABETH CITY W 81-68 VALDOSTA STATE L 54-96 ARMSTRONG L 57-71 FAYETTEVILLE STATE L 60-76 At Fayetteville State L 48-92 KENTUCKY STATE W 79-74 At Valdosta State L 49-72 At Ga. Southwestern L 48-69 FORT VALLEY W 67-65 ALABAMA A&M W 77-72 ALBANY STATE L 46-56 VOORHEES W 74-60 At Fort Valley L 41-101 CLARK L 70-84 MILES W 57-49 At Clark L 76-80 At Morris Brown W 64-52 At Paine W 82-72 PAINE W (OT) 70-67 At Albany State L 59-75 At Alabama A&M L 81-92 At Lemoyne-Owen W 70-61 At Miles W 68-52 MORRIS BROWN W 63-64 TUSKEGEE W 78-43 GA. SOUTHWESTERN W 66-50 PAINE W 62-60 ALABAMA A&M L 72-88 1996-97 Carla Debro 4-23 VOORHEES L 73-81 TUSKEGEE W 67-61 At Florida Tech L 61-85 VALDOSTA STATE L 45-71 At Brewton Parker L 71-84

BARRY L 51-55 FLORIDA TECH L 50-63 At Kentucky State L 43-75 At Elizabeth City L 50-53 At Fayetteville State L 55-77 At Fort Valley L 54-83 LEMOYNE-OWEN L(Ot)70-71 At Albany State L 46-73 FORT VALLEY L 54-67 At Clark L 50-83 At Miles L 46-56 CLARK L 69-87 At Morris Brown L 56-62 PAINE L 48-51 MILES W 56-40 At Paine W 54-42 At Alabama A&M L 39-66 ALBANY STATE L 52-68 MORRIS BROWN L 60-63 N.C. CENTRAL W 57-34 At Tuskegee L 50-73 ALBANY STATE L 31-65 1997-98 Carla Debro 3-24 At West Georgia L 47-56 At Barry L 54-84 At Florida Tech L 52-71 ARMSTRONG W 61-66 FLORIDA MEMORIAL L 68-75 KENTUCKY STATE L 58-62 ALBANY STATE L 72-96 At Claflin L 68-74 At Voorhees L 78-81 FLORIDA TECH L 64-79 FORT VALLEY L 56-76 At Georgia Southwestern L 55-71 TUSKEGEE W 73-51 CLAFLIN L 67-82 At Fort Valley L 49-94 At Clark L 69-89 N.C. CENTRAL W 71-68 MORRIS BROWN W 77-76 CLARK L 67-83 At Miles L 74-80 PAINE L 70-83 At Paine L 57-67 At Le Moyne-Owen L 80-85 At Lane L 80-82 At Morris Brown L 63-79 At Albany State L 62-86 CLARK L 73-99


Year-by-year results 1998-99 Tamica Smith 15-14 At Brewton Parker W 86-64 At Valdosta State L 54-68 NORTH FLORIDA L 64-77 At Kentucky State L 62-83 At Paine W 82-64 FLORIDA TECH L 64-80 At Armstrong L 61-74 BREWTON PARKER W 77-71 At Albany State L 79-81 At North Florida L 63-72 At Florida Tech L 61-88 At Fort Valley L 58-74 At Tuskegee W 81-71 CLAFLIN W 85-54 CLARK L 74-80 At N.C. Central L 51-63 At Morris Brown W 66-51 At Clark L 58-69 MILES W 58-46 PAINE W 66-58 FORT VALLEY L 75-84 LEMOYNE-OWEN W 77-62 MORRIS BROWN W 62-52 ALBANY STATE W 71-55 LANE W 64-38 PAINE W 86-46 PAINE W 79-55 TUSKEGEE W 90-85 FORT VALLEY L 55-89 1999-00 Anita Walsh-Harris 7-17 At Columbus State L 41-94 BENEDICT W 58-49 VOORHEES L 65-75 At Spelman W 67-41 ARMSTRONG W 64-58 SCAD L 73-74 VALDOSTA STATE W 59-49 At North Florida L 55-82 At Fort Valley State L 57-85 TUSKEGEE L 64-86 At Clark L 56-64 At Voorhees L 50-88 MORRIS BROWN W 61-45 CLARK L 62-66 At Miles W 80-74 At Benedict L 57-62 At Lane L 69-74 At LeMoyne-Owen L 71-87 At Albany State L 60-78 FORT VALLEY L 74-86 PAINE W 75-52

At Morris Brown ALBANY STATE At Paine

L L L

60-70 51-68 68-71

2000-01 Anita Walsh-Harris 7-20 At Florida A&M L 42-60 At Birmingham-So. L 57-70 EDWARD WATERS W 49-48 FORT VALLEY STATE L 41-76 At Mercer L 41-69 ALABAMA STATE L 40-80 At S.C. State L 53-84 NOVA SO-EASTERN L 40-52 At Garner-Webb L 39-68 At Albany State L 50-66 At SCAD W 59-55 GARDNER-WEBB L 45-65 ALBANY STATE L 53-63 At Fort Valley L 50-80 At Morris Brown W 80-49 At Paine L 56-63 MONTEVALLO L 51-71 FORT VALLEY W 77-74 PAINE W 63-50 At Bethune-Cookman L 64-75 MORRIS BROWN W 61-58 At N.C. A&T L 63-68 At Fayetteville State L 49-81 At Armstrong L 64-78 At Montevallo L 60-86 FAYETTEVILLE STATE L 50-68 MORRIS W 65-46 2001-02 Anita Walsh-Harris 4-24 N.C. A&T W 55-45 NORFOLK STATE L 51-63 At Charleston Southern L 32-90 At South Florida L 47-101 At Georgia Southern L 55-94 At Armstrong L 48-69 ARMSTRONG L 45-46 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 56-70 DELAWARE STATE L 51-56 S.C. STATE L 48-67 At Jacksonville L 44-76 At Florida Atlantic L 54-90 MURRAY STATE L 51-66 At Gardner-Webb L 53-75 MORRIS BROWN W 68-57 ALABAMA A&M L 43-57 At Albany State L 47-76 At Delaware State L 42-65 At Norfolk State L 47-63

GARDNER-WEBB At Western Carolina At Bethune-Cookman At S.C. State At Morris Brown At Alabama State ALBANY STATE At Murray State N.C. A&T

W 61-60 L 55-84 L 50-74 L 59-85 W 71-55 L 72-103 L 55-66 L 34-87 L 50-75

2002-03 Robert Eskew 3-19 RADFORD L 57-86 IPFW L 46-96 PURDUE L 25-103 HOLY CROSS L 39-74 At Georgia Southern L 37-82 ALCORN STATE L 51-60 MORRIS BROWN W 74-66 WESTERN CAROLINA L 56-71 CHARLESTON SO. L 48-79 At Bethune-Cookman L 32-60 At Stetson L 48-59 GEORGIA SOUTHERN L 51-69 UL-LAFAYETTE L 42-64 BOWLING GREEN L 39-89 At Jacksonville L 45-102 MERCER L 50-58 DELAWARE STATE L 48-65 JACKSONVILLE W 59-42 SOUTHERN L 44-81 At Delaware State L 39-69 At Alabama A&M L 56-69 BENEDICT W 64-50 MORRIS BROWN W 55-39 SCAD W 63-43 2003-04 Cedric Baker 6-20 ALABAMA STATE L 44-50 At Florida State L 28-107 JACKSON STATE L 42-45 FLORIDA A&M L 52-62 BIRMINGHAM SO. L(Ot)53-61 BETHUNE-COOKMAN W 69-60 At Florida A&M L 46-89 JACKSON STATE L 45-61 EASTERN ILLINOIS L 65-72 ALABAMA A&M L 53-71 MORGAN STATE W 61-52 UL-LAFAYETTE W(Ot)49-45 GRAMBLING W 59-53 At Eastern Carolina L 52-73


Year-by-year results At Vanderbilt At Birmingham So. At Bethune-Cookman ALABAMA A&M GEORGIA SOUTHERN At Jacksonville UMES Delaware State At UMES At Alabama State At Georgia Southern JACKSONVILLE

L 40-91 L 46-72 L 60-70 W 64-52 L 43-57 L 44-83 L 57-65 W 62-59 L 60-86 L 51-67 L 59-75 L 57-76

2004-05 Cedric Baker 6-22 S.C. STATE W (OT) 66-60 VANDERBILT L 28-61 At Georgia Southern L 68-86 ARMY L 39-46 EAST CAROLINA W 62-56 At UL-Lafayette L 47-95 MORGAN STATE L 51-55 FLORIDA A&M L 48-52 At Coastal Carolina L 45-73 At Charleston Southern L 47-62 BIRMINGHAM SO. W 64-46 At Wake Forest L 37-86 At S.C. State L 55-68 At Birmingham So. L 36-82 MORRIS W 66-54 At Longwood L 55-84 TEXAS PAN-AM L 52-86 CHARLESTON SO. L 41-69 At Wesleyan College W 86-48 LONGWOOD L 39-58 At Florida A&M L 48-74 GEORGIA SOUTHERN W(OT)77-74 C OF C L 49-64 COASTAL CAROLINA L 53-59 At Morgan State L 72-84 TEXAS PAN-AM L 44-47 At Utah Valley State L 41-78 IPFW L 54-60 2005-06 Cedric Baker VOORHEES GEORGETOWN At Florida A&M JACKSONVILLE At Alabama A&M At South Carolina State ALABAMA STATE At Georgia At Jacksonville

4-24 W 65-55 L 59-67 L 59-68 L 48-68 L 49-76 L 56-68 L 56-60 L 34-106 L 55-70

LOUISIANA LAFAYETTE GEORGIA STATE At South Carolina At Clemson FLORIDA A&M At Coastal Carolina UNIV. OF ALBANY BIRMINGHAM SO. At Lipscomb ALABAMA A&M At Morris College At Bethune-Cookman COASTAL CAROLINA SOUTH CAROLINA ST. At Birmingham So. At Alabama State COLLEGE OF CHAS. At Wake Forest BETHUNE-COOKMAN 2006-07 Cedric Baker At Allen University Charleston Southern Univ. Tennessee State Univ. At South Carolina St. Mercer University At Alabama At Georgia State South Carolina State University of Georgia At James Madison At Georgetown At Tennessee State Univ. At Mercer Vs Kennesaw Birmingham Southern U. At Charleston Southern At Coastal Carolina At Longwood Winston-Salem State At College of Charleston Bethune-Cookman College At Birmingham-Southern At Louisiana-Lafayette Coastal Carolina At Mississippi State Longwood Morris College At Winston-Salem State Allen University 2007-08 Cedric Baker vs Voorhees College

L 40-68 L 52-76 L 37-94 L 62-97 L (OT)52-58 L 42-78 L 42-53 L 51-57 L 60-78 L 43-59 W 66-50 W 65-62 L 42-46 L 53-60 L 55-65 L 54-64 L 53-75 L 51-100 W (2OT)76-75 12-17 W 79-60 W 75-66 W 79-65 L 59-65 W 59-50 L 48-102 L 46-90 W (OT) 47-45 L 54-75 L 48-77 L 50-77 L 70-76 W 65-44 L 66-74 L 62-80 L 54-74 L 51-71 L 40-55 L 58-66 L 52-69 W 63-43 W (OT)87-86 L 51-82 W 66-62 L 64-92 W 56-41 W 78-65 L 60-80 W 93-28 14-15 W 72-38

at Morris College Florida A&M South Carolina State Charleston Southern at James Madison at South Carolina State at UTEP vs Wofford vs Norfolk State Alabama State University Louisiana-Lafayete at North Florida at Florida A&M University at South Carolina at Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina at Stetson at Alabama State University at Wake Forest Longwood University Morris College at Coastal Carolina Bennett College at Georgia Tech at NJIT at Longwood University North Florida NJIT

W 78-59 L 54-71 W 70-46 W 65-63 L 46-85 L 54-62 L 58-75 L 55-65 W 67-58 W 63-61 W 71-62 L 46-56 W 74-66 L 47-86 L 41-64 L 28-53 W (OT) 58-56 L 56-59 L 41-85 W 56-52 W 76-51 L 50-59 W 77-31 L 28-82 L 61-90 L 66-69 W 53-42 W 65-58

2008-09 Cedric Baker Columbia College Florida A&M Edward Waters at University Texas El Paso at University of Florida vs. Eastern Illinois at Cincinnati vs. Mississippi Valley at Charleston Southern at Southeastern Louisiana at Louisiana Lafayette Bethune Cookman at Florida A&M at Bethune Cookman NJIT Charleston Southern at University of Georgia College of Charleston at North Carolina Central at Mississippi State at Talladega College at Texas Tech Longwood Georgia Tech

9-22 W 81-47 L 34-48 W 68-31 L 46-103 L 55-75 L 40-60 L 34-64 L 42-62 L 57-79 L 62-73 L 42-69 W 58-57 L 44-72 L 46-61 L 56-65 L 43-74 L 28-74 L 54-61 L 40-52 L 40-52 W 62-59 L 39-80 W 61-49 L 34-89


Year-by-year results North Carolina Central at Longwood at NJIT Morris College Chicago State NJIT at Longwood

W 47-44 W 59-54 L 41-68 W 63-65 L 39-74 W 64-56 L 60-76

2009-10 Cedric Baker Edward Waters at South Carolina State Allen University Florida A&M Southeastern Louisianna Stetson University Columbia College at Alabama State Coastal Carolina Alabama State Norfolk State vs. Jacksonville at North Florida at Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern University of Georgia at Texas Tech South Carolina State at Florida A&M Louisiana Lafayette Charleston Southern at North Carolina Central at Georgia Tech at College of Charleston North Carolina Central NJIT at Virginia Tech at Longwood University Longwood University Morris College

9-21 W 48-42 L 50-60 W 78-39 L 38-41 W 50-60 W 54-49 W 77-21 W 50-49 L 35-49 W 45-36 L 45-57 W 51-37 L 42-56 L 51-57 L 51-66 L 45-80 L 40-69 L 49-60 L 53-60 L 35-53 L 36-69 L 46-50 L 51-80 L 48-68 L 43-54 W (OT)54-51 L 41-68 L 48-79 L 36-60 L 50-55

2010-11 Cedric Baker 15-11 EDWARD WATERS W 86-52 at Florida A&M L 54-67 at South Carolina State L 33-37 at UNC Charlotte L 41-79 NORTH FLORIDA W 49-42 CENTRAL FLORIDA W 56-54 at South Carolina L 33-52 at Wichita State L 41-67 at Alabama State W 57-45 at Louisiana-Lafayette L 58-63 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE W 53-32 FLORIDA A&M L 48-52

IPFW W 69-52 ALABAMA STATE W 58-47 at Norfolk State L 66-67 UMES W 71-50 at Presbyterian W 52-50 at Maryland Eastern Shore W 62-52 at New Orleans W 84-44 at Indiana University-Purdue Canceled at New Jersey Institute Tech L 49-59 PRESBYTERIAN L 47-54 MORRIS COLLEGE W 75-74 LONGWOOD W 60-34 VOORHEES W 55-41 at Longwood L 37-47 ALLENUNIVERSITY W 86-32 2011-12 Cedric Baker 10-20 PAINE COLLEGE W 55-38 at North Florida W (OT) 64-61 COLUMBIA COLLEGE W 68-35 at Nebraska L 50-70 MS L 42-56 JACKSONVILLE W 67-64 at Norfolk State L 49-54 at Hampton L 40-59 at Central Florida L 48-62 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE W 41-36 at Alabama State L 45-47 at South Carolina L 39-65 at North Carolina L 21-74 COPPIN STATE L 45-71 MORGAN STATE W 69-60 at Florida A&M L 50-55 at Bethune-Cookman L (OT) 54-58 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE W 76-65 TALLADEGA COLLEGE W 74-58 HOWARD L 51-64 at South Carolina State L 48-55 LONGWOOD W 53-41 at N.C. Central L 38-50 at North Carolina A&T L 45-69 FLORIDA A&M L 45-58 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 43-47 N.C. CENTRAL W 59-43 NORTH CAROLINA A&T L 74-88 at Maryland Eastern Shore L 42-47 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore L 28-51 2012-13 Cedric Baker 7-23 COLUMBIA COLLEGE W 89-55 at South Carolina L 47-78 at Georgia L 57-94 at Southern Miss L 38-51

at Talladega College W 58-56 at Mississippi State L 55-70 NORFOLK STATE W 62-55 HAMPTON L 40-70 NORTH FLORIDA W 49-40 at Jacksonville L 60-72 ALABAMA STATE W 60-48 at Florida L 38-88 vs. St. Josephs L 41-88 at San Diego State L 51-72 TRINITY BAPTIST W 66-41 at Coppin State L 53-57 at Morgan State L 50-68 FLORIDA A&M L 49-59 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 41-50 at South Carolina State L 54-75 at Howard L 41-53 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE W 49-46 N.C. CENTRAL L 38-43 NORTH CAROLINA A&T L 45-67 at Florida A&M L 59-67 at Bethune-Cookman L 53-67 at N.C. Central L 29-33 at North Carolina A&T L 47-58 at Maryland Eastern Shore L (OT) 44-55 vs. South Carolina State L 33-50 2013-14 Cedric Baker 19-14 COLUMBIA COLLEGE W 88-41 CHARLESTON SOUTHERNW 75-47 at Baylor L 31-99 vs. UTS W 51-50 vs. Northwestern State L 56-77 at Mississippi State L 63-81 at Seton Hall L 42-51 vs. Liberty L 79-89 at Longwood W 79-55 at Charleston Southern W 72-63 at Alabama State L 52-57 at South Carolina L 40-82 TROY W 93-84 UMES W 63-46 TRINITY BAPTIST W 106-33 at Coppin State L 53-68 at Howard W 65-49 BETHUNE-COOKMAN W 58-54 FLORIDA A&M W 80-68 HAMPTON L 46-70 NORFOLK STATE W 79-47 at Bethune-Cookman W 71-64 at Florida A&M L 72-78 at Delaware State W 77-71 NORTH CAROLINA A&T L 61-75 N.C. CENTRAL W 60-53


Year-by-year results at South Carolina State at North Carolina A&T at N.C. Central SOUTH CAROLINAN STATE vs. Morgan State vs. Florida A&M vs. Hampton

L L W W W W L

62-66 61-73 74-50 60-51 82-71 84-75 49-65

2014-15 Cedric Baker 21-11 COLUMBIA COLLEGE W 106-60 at Arkansas L 46-75 ALABAMA STATE W 71-62 at Troy W 83-80 FLORIDA W 68-58 BETHUNE-COOKMAN L 52-59 at South Carolina L 49-111 at Auburn L 56-62 at Florida State L 51-97 at Fordham L 53-63 vs. Hartford L 55-59 JACKSONVILLE L 41-45 ALLEN W 95-47 at North Carolina A&T W 59-56 at N.C. Central W 82-61 at Maryland Eastern Shore L 50-61 at Delaware State W 76-45 HAMPTON W 61-55 NORFOLK STATE W 56-54 NORTH CAROLINA A&T L 48-53 at Morgan State W 72-58 at Coppin State W(ot)63-56 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE W 61-53 HOWARD W 70-59 FLORIDA A&M W 77-55 at South Carolina State W 55-52 N.C. CENTRAL W 65-54 at Florida A&M W 72-51 vs. Coppin State W 66-52 vs. North Carolina A&T W 62-59 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore W 65-47 at South Carolina L 48-81 2015-16 Cedric Baker COLUMBIA COLLEGE AUBURN at Florida at No. 8 Mississippi State GEORGIA SOUTHERN at Alabama State at Rutgers at Jacksonville State at Oklahoma State at Florida A&M

10-18 W 101-34 L 40-62 L 34-99 L 25-92 L 48-64 W 60-49 L 26-65 L 35-50 L 48-76 L 38-59

at Jacksonville L 52-65 ALLEN W 72-46 N.C. A&T L 59-69 N.C. CENTRAL W 57-39 MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE W 60-42 DELAWARE STATE L 59-67 at Hampton L 53-65 at Norfolk State W 68-53 at North Carolina A&T L 31-60 at Bethune-Cookman L 44-50 MORGAN STATE L(3ot)60-66 COPPIN STATE W 57-55 at South Carolina State L 43-56 at Howard W 69-64 at N.C. Central L 61-65 FLORIDA A&M W 65-46 vs. South Carolina State L 53-61 North Carolina Central W 47-44 at Longwood W 59-54 at NJIT L 41-68 Morris College W 63-65 Chicago State L 39-74 NJIT W 64-56 at Longwood L 60-76


coaching records All-Time Coaching Records

Coach Year Saralyn Trudell 5 (1982-87) Otis Bock 3 (1987-90) Phillip Wallace 5 (1990-95) Carla Debro 3 (1995-98) Tamica Smith 1 (1998-99) Anita Walsh-Harris 3 (1999-01) Robert Eskew 1 (2002-03) Sharmonique McDaniel1 (2002-03) Cedric Baker 12 (2003-Present)

Won Lost 45 71 33 39 105 38 21 61 15 14 18 61 3 19 3 3 142 238

Pct. .387 .485 .734 .256 .517 .227 .136 .500 .374


team-by-team RESULTS ALABAMA A&M UNIV. (7-27) SSU HOME: 6-12 SSU AWAY: 1-15 1982-83 a L 67-84 h W 78-57 1983-84 a L 79-94 h L 79-83 1984-85 a L 60-99 h W 72-71 1985-86 a L 56-112 h L 62-78 1986-87 a L 52-79 1987-88 h L 71-80 h L 63-89 1988-89 a L 54-76 1989-90 h W 72-60 a L 60-64 1990-91 h L 64-70 a L 63-78 h L 73-79 1991-92 h L 73-84 a L 62-96 1992-93 a W 69-66 1993-94 h L 71-97 a L 47-94 1994-95 h W 59-46 a L 71-72 1995-96 h W 77-72 a L 81-92 h L 72-88 1996-97 a L 39-66 2001-02 h L 43-57 2002-03 a L 56-69 2003-04 h L 53-71 h W 64-52 2005-06 a L 49-76 h L 43-59 ALABAMA STATE UNIV. SSU HOME: 5-3 SSU AWAY: 3-6 2000-01 h L 2001-02 a L 2003-04 h L a L 2005-06 h L a L 2007-08 h W a L 2009-10 a W h W 2010-11 a W h W 2011-12 a L 2012-13 h W 2013-14 a L 2014-15 h W 2015-16 a W

(8-9) 40-80 72-103 44-50 51-67 56-60 54-64 63-61 56-59 50-49 45-36 57-45 58-47 45-47 60-48 52-57 71-62 60-49

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2006-07 a L 48-102

ALBANY STATE UNIV. SSU HOME: 8-27 SSU AWAY: 3-17 1981-82 a L h L 1982-83 h W a L h L 1983-84 a W (ot) h L h L 1984-85 h L h L a L 1985-86 h L h W a L 1986-87 h L a L 1987-88 h L h L h L 1988-89 h L h L a L h L 1989-90 h L h L a L 1990-91 h L h W a L h L 1991-92 h W a L h L 1992-93 h W a W 1993-94 h W h L a L 1994-95 h W a W 1995-96 h L a L 1996-97 a L h L h L 1997-98 h L a L 1998-99 a L h W 1999-2000 a L h L 2000-01 a L h L

(11-44)

2001-02 a L h L

65-83 64-68 77-73 79-80 59-75 65-63 48-77 64-65 41-58 51-70 61-64 50-52 69-59 51-72 64-77 54-79 38-73 71-84 39-84 60-61 38-44 45-61 36-64 45-52 57-80 54-105 53-61 77-74 73-79 53-59 81-58 68-73 72-77 66-63 63-50 78-70 67-75 43-81 54-53 68-63 46-56 59-75 46-73 52-68 31-65 72-96 62-86 79-81 71-55 60-78 51-68 50-66 53-63

UNIV. OF ALBANY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2005-06 h L 42-53

47-76 55-66

ALCORN STATE UNIV. (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2002-03 h L 51-60 ALLEN UNIVERSITY (6-0) SSU HOME: 6-0 2006-07 h W 79-60 h W 93-28 2009-10 h W 78-39 2010-11 h W 86-32 2014-15 h W 95-47 2015-16 h W 72-46 UNIV. OF ARKANSAS (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2014-15 a L 46-75 ARMSTRONG ST UNIV(18-12) SSU HOME: 13-3 SSU AWAY: 5-9 1981-82 h L(ot) 86-90 a L 60-65 1982-83 a L 78-86 h W 71-41 1983-84 a L 80-83 h W 79-62 1987-88 h W 76-70 h W 69-52 a W 81-48 h W 67-56 1988-89 h W 60-42 h W 71-44 a L 60-67 a W 67-60 1989-90 a L 57-63 h W 66-52 1990-91 h W 72-66 a W 52-37 1991-92 a L 64-71 h W 63-62 1993-94 h W 75-68 a W 79-77 1994-95 a W 82-65 1995-96 h L 57-71 1997-98 h W 61-66 1998-99 a L 61-74 1999-00 h W 64-58 2000-01 a L 64-78 2001-02 a L 48-69

h L

45-46

ARMY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2004-05 h L

39-46

AUBURN UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2014-15 a L 56-62 2015-16 h L 40-62 AUGUSTA UNIVERSITY (2-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 2-1 SSU NEUTRAL: 2-1 1981-82 a W 79-67 1986-87 a W 67-55 h L 60-62 1987-88 a L 54-61 BARBER-SCOTIA COLL. (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 1994-95 h W 74-50 BARRY UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 1996-97 h L 51-55 1997-98 a L 54-84 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2013-14 a L 31-99 BENEDICT COLLEGE (16-5) SSU HOME: 11-0 SSU AWAY: 5-5 1982-83 h W 84-53 a L 58-86 1983-84 h W 84-64 a W 59-57 1984-85 a L 73-85 h W 81-61 1985-86 a W 81-74 h W 78-74 1986-87 h W 73-71 a L 45-77 1987-88 a L 41-66 h W 76-54 1989-90 h W 83-70 a W 56-48 1990-91 h W 72-53 a W 73-39 1991-92 h W 87-52 a W 72-63


team-by-team RESULTS 1999-00 h W a L 2002-03 h W

58-49 57-62 64-50

BENNETT COLLEGE (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 2007-08 h W 77-31 BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIV. (8-19) SSU HOME: 6-8 SSU AWAY: 2-11 1981-82 h L 64-76 a L 53-57 1983-84 h L 63-98 h L 64-76 1984-85 h L 67-92 a L 51-54 1985-86 a L 54-65 h W (ot) 71-70 2000-01 a L 64-75 2001-02 h L 56-70 a L 50-74 2002-03 a L 32-60 2003-04 h W 69-60 a L 60-70 2005-06 a W 65-62 h W(2ot) 76-75 2006-07 h W 63-43 2008-09 h W 58-57 a L 46-61 2011-12 a L(ot) 54-58 h L 43-47 2012-13: h L 41-50 a L 53-67 2013-14 h W 58-54 a W 71-64 2014-15 h L 52-59 2015-16 a L 44-50 BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (2-7) SSU HOME: 1-3 SSU AWAY: 1-4 2000-01 a L 57-70 2003-04 h L(ot) 53-61 a L 46-72 2004-05 h W 64-46 a L 36-82 2005-06 h L 51-57 a L 55-65 2006-07 h L 62-80 a W(ot) 87-86

BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2002-03 h L 39-89 BREWTON PARKER COLLEGE (2-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 1-1 1996-97 a L 1998-99 a W h W

71-84 86-64 77-71

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA (1-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2010-11 h W 56-54 2011-12 a L 48-62 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (4-9) SSU HOME: 3-4 SSU AWAY: 1-5 2001-02 a L 32-90 2002-03 h L 48-79 2004-05 a L 47-62 2006-07 h W 75-66 a L 54-74 2007-08 h W 65-63 a L 41-64 2008-09 a L 57-79 h L 43-74 2009-10 h L 51-66 h L 36-69 2013-14 h W 75-47 a W 72-63 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON (0-5) SSU HOME: 0-3 SSU AWAY: 0-2 2004-05 h L 49-64 2005-06 h L 53-75 2006-07 a L 52-69 2008-09 h L 54-61 2009-10 a L 48-68 CHICAGO STATE UNIV. (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2008-09 h L 39-74 UNIV. OF CINCINNATI (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2008-09 a L 34-64

CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY (1-5) SSU HOME: 1-2 SSU AWAY: 0-3 1981-82 a L 60-93 1986-87 h L 83-87 a L 69-86 1997-98 a L 68-74 h L 67-82 1998-99 h W 85-54 CLARK ATL UNIV. (16-28) SSU HOME: 9-16 SSU AWAY: 5-12 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 1981-82 a L 46-54 h L 50-69 1982-83 a L 47-65 h W 62-59 h L 65-79 1983-84 a L 70-73 h W 70-68 1984-85 a L 64-78 h L 73-85 h L 77-85 1985-86 a L 73-93 h L 58-62 h L 67-88 1986-87 a W 69-47 h L 57-59 1987-88 h L 64-70 1988-89 h L 55-59 1988-89 h L 49-65 a W 62-61 1989-90 n W 72-46 h W 65-59 a L 67-77 1990-91 h W 79-43 a W 75-58 1991-92 a L 64-68 h W 60-46 1992-93 h W 72-42 a W 62-58 1993-94 a W 64-44 h W 58-55 h W 93-59 1994-95 a W 65-58 h W 81-72 1995-96 h L 70-84 a L 76-80 1996-97 a L 50-83 h L 69-87 1997-98 a L 69-89 h L 67-83 h L 73-99 1998-99 h L 74-80 a L 58-69

1999-00 a L 1999-00 h L

56-64 62-66

CLEMSON UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2005-06 a L 62-97 COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY (1-9) SSU HOME: 1-4 SSU AWAY: 0-5 2004-05 a L h L 2005-06 a L h L 2006-07 a L h W 2007-08 h L a L 2009-10 h L a L

45-73 53-59 42-78 42-46 51-71 66-62 28-53 50-59 35-49 51-57

COLUMBIA COLLEGE (7-0) SSU HOME: 7-0 2008-09 h W 81-47 2009-10 h W 77-21 2011-12 h W 68-35 2012-13 h W 89-55 2013-14 h W 88-41 2014-15 h W 106-60 2015-16 h W 101-34 COLUMBUS STATE UNIVERSITY (2-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 1-1 1989-90 a W 1990-91 h W 1999-00 a L

62-60 72-61 41-94


team-by-team RESULTS CONVERSE COLLEGE (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 1988-89 h L 38-66 COPPIN STATE UNIV. (3-3) SSU HOME: 1-1 SSU AWAY: 1-2 2011-12 h L 45-71 2012-13 a L 53-57 2013-14 a L 53-68 2014-15 a W(ot) 63-56 n W 66-52 2015-16 h W 57-55 DELAWARE STATE UNIV. (3-5) SSU HOME: 1-3 SSU AWAY: 2-2 2001-02 h L 51-56 a L 42-65 2002-03 h L 48-65 a L 39-69 2003-04 h W 62-59 2013-14 a W 77-71 2014-15 a W 76-45 2015-16 h L 59-67 DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 1994-95 h L 67-89 UNIV. OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 1985-86 h L 70-71 EAST CAROLINA UNIV. (1-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2003-04 a L 52-73 2004-05 h W 62-56 EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2003-04 h L 65-72 2008-09 n L 40-60 ECKERD COLLEGE (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 1989-90 h W 72-51

EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE (25-1) SSU HOME: 17-1 SSU AWAY: 8-0 1982-93 h W 74-60 a W 87-62 1983-84 h W 83-63 a W 81-72 1984-85 h W 67-61 a W 62-43 1985-86 a W 82-70 h L 67-89 1986-87 h W 73-68 a W 89-59 h W 84-36 1987-88 h W 71-55 1988-89 h W 74-42 a W 64-52 1990-91 h W 101-67 h W 97-73 1991-92 h W 83-54 a W 82-61 1992-93 h W 90-44 h W 80-47 1993-94 h W 91-59 a W 69-56 2000-01 h W 49-48 2008-09 h W 68-31 2009-10 h W 48-42 2010-11 h W 86-52 ELIZABETH CITY UNIV. (3-1) SSU HOME: 3-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 1993-94 h W 86-61 1994-95 h W 58-34 1995-96 h W 81-68 1996-97 a L 50-53 FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY (0-5) SSU HOME: 0-2 SSU AWAY: 0-3 1995-96 h L 60-76 a L 48-92 1996-97 a L 55-77 2000-01 a L 49-81 h L 50-68 UNIV. OF FLORIDA (1-3) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-3 2008-09 a L 55-75 2012-13 a L 38-88 2014-15 h W 68-58 2015-16 a L 34-99

FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY (6-21) SSU HOME: 3-9 SSU AWAY: 2-11 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 1982-83 h l 71-85 2000-01 a L 42-60 2003-04 h L 52-62 a L 46-89 2004-05 h L 48-52 a L 48-74 2005-06 a L 59-68 h L(ot) 52-58 2007-08 h L 54-71 a W 74-66 2008-09 h L 34-48 a L 44-72 2009-10 h L 38-41 a L 53-60 2010-11 a L 54-67 h L 48-52 2011-12 a L 50-55 h L 45-58 2012-13 h L 49-59 a L 59-67 2013-14 h W 80-68 a L 72-78 n W 84-75 2014-15 h W 77-55 a W 72-51 2015-16 a L 38-59 h W 65-46 FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 1989-90 h L 67-95 2001-02 a L 54-90 FLORIDA INSTITUTE TECHNOLOGY (0-7) SSU HOME: 0-3 SSU AWAY: 0-3 SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 1989-90 n L 1996-97 a L h L 1997-98 a L h L 1998-99 h L a L

71-75 61-85 50-63 52-71 64-79 64-80 61-88

FLORIDA MEMORIAL (8-1) SSU HOME: 5-1 SSU AWAY: 3-0 1983-84 h W 69-93 a W 65-61 1987-88 h W 67-56 1988-89 h W 74-44 1992-93 h W 66-48 a W 63-36 1994-95 a W 58-54 h W 70-63 1997-98 h L 68-75 FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU AWAY: 0-2 2003-04 a L 2014-15 a L

28-107 51-97

FORDHAM UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2014-15 a L 53-63 FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (9-42) SSU HOME: 7-24 SSU AWAY: 2-18 1981-82 h L h L a L 1982-83 h L a L 1983-84 h L a L 1984-85 h L a L 1985-86 h L h L a L 1986-87 h L h L a L 1987-88 h L a L 1988-89 h W 1988-89 a L h W 1989-90 h W a L 1990-91 a W h L 1991-92 h W a W h L h L

88-103 70-89 70-78 58-69 61-80 83-96 80-93 61-69 68-78 75-81 69-73 73-87 80-83 52-64 60-63 53-104 54-75 78-76 42-88 66-63 85-83 69-84 73-71 72-76 71-68 84-83 56-67 74-75


team-by-team RESULTS 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01

h L a L h L a L h L h L (ot) a L h W h L h W a L a L h L h L a L a L h L h L a L h L h L a L h W

GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY (1-3) SSU HOME: 1-1 SSU AWAY: 0-2 2000-01 a L h L 2001-02 a L h W

75-90 75-86 67-75 68-71 64-74 73-77 53-57 60-68 55-60 67-65 41-101 54-83 54-67 56-76 49-94 58-74 75-84 55-89 57-85 74-86 41-76 50-80 77-74

39-68 45-65 53-75 61-60

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY (0-3) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-2 1930-31 a L 15-22 2005-06 h L 59-67 2006-07 a L 50-77 UNIV. OF GEORGIA (0-5) SSU HOME: 0-2 SSU AWAY: 0-3 SSU NEUTRAL: 2-1 2005-06 a L 34-106 2006-07 h L 54-75 2008-09 a L 28-74 2009-10 h L 45-80 2012-13 a L 57-94 GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (1-10) SSU HOME: 1-4 SSU AWAY: 0-6 1981-82 a L 58-80

1987-88 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2015-16

h L 56-82 a L 51-90 a L 55-94 a L 37-82 h L 51-69 h L 43-57 a L 59-75 a L 68-86 h W(ot) 77-74 h L 48-64

GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN STATE UNIIVERSITY (2-2) SSU HOME: 2-0 SSU AWAY: 0-2 1991-92 h W 69-48 1995-96 a L 48-69 h W 66-50 1997-98 a L 55-71 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2005-06 h L 52-76 2006-07 a L 46-90 GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (0-3) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-2 2007-08 a L 28-82 2008-09 h L 34-89 2009-10 a L 51-80 GRAMBLING STATE UNIVERSITY (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 2003-04 h W

59-53

HAMPTON UNIVERSITY (1-5) SSU HOME: 1-2 SSU AWAY: 0-2 SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2011-12 a L 40-59 2012-13 h L 40-70 2013-14 h L 46-70 n L 49-65 2014-15 h W 61-55 2015-16 a L 53-65 HARTFORD UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2014-15 n L 55-59

COLLEGE OF HOLY CROSS (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2002-03 h L 39-74 HOWARD UNIVERSITY (3-2) SSU HOME: 1-1 SSU AWAY: 2-4 2011-12 h L 51-64 2012-13 a L 41-53 2013-14 a W 65-49 2014-15 h W 70-59 2015-16 a W 69-64 INDIANA UNIVERSITYPURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-2 2002-03 h L 46-96 2004-05 h L 54-60 INDIANA UNIVERSITYPURDUE UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 2010-11 h W 69-52 JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-2 2003-04 h L h L

42-45 45-61

JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY (3-9) SSU HOME: 2-3 SSU AWAY: 0-6 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 2001-02 a L 44-76 2002-03 a L 45-102 h W 59-42 2003-04 a L 44-83 h L 57-76 2005-06 h L 48-68 a L 55-70 2009-10 n W 51-37 2011-12 h W 67-64 2012-13 a L 60-72 2014-15 h L 41-45 2015-16 a L 52-65 JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 1984-85 h L 67-73

2015-16 a L

35-50

JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU AWAY: 0-2 2006-07 a L 2007-08 a L

48-77 46-85

KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2007-08 n L

66-74

KENTUCKY STATE UNIVERSITY (1-4) SSU HOME: 1-2 SSU AWAY: 0-2 1984-85 h L 1995-96 h W 1996-97 a L 1997-98 h L 1998-99 a L

60-67 79-74 43-75 58-62 62-83

KNOXVILLE COLLEGE (1-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 1981-82 a L 86-87 1990-91 h W 80-40 LANE COLLEGE (1-2) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-2 1997-98 a L 80-82 1998-99 h W 64-38 1999-00 a L 69-74 LEMOYNE-OWEN (5-6) SSU HOME: 4-2 SSU AWAY: 1-4 1990-91 h W 89-68 1991-92 a L 88-99 1992-93 h W 121-55 1993-94 a L(2ot) 90-95 h L 67-84 1994-95 h W 75-57 1995-95 a W 70-61 1996-97 h L (ot) 70-71 1997-98 a L 80-85 1998-99 h W 77-62 1999-00 a L 71-87


team-by-team RESULTS LIBERTY UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2013-14 n L 79-89 LIPSCOMB UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2005-06 a L 60-78 LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE (2-0) SSU HOME: 2-0 1992-93 h W 57-44 1993-94 h W 85-69 LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY (7-8) SSU HOME: 5-2 SSU AWAY: 2-6 2004-05 a L 55-84 h L 39-58 2006-07 a L 40-55 h W 56-41 2007-08 h W 56-52 a L 66-69 2008-09 h W 61-49 a W 59-54 a L 60-76 2009-10 a L 48-79 h L 36-60 2010-11 h W 60-34 a L 37-47 2011-12 h W 53-41 2013-14 a W 79-55 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (3-7) SSU HOME: 3-3 SSU AWAY: 0-4 2002-03 h L 42-64 2003-04 h W(ot) 49-45 2004-05 a L 47-95 2005-06 h L 40-68 2006-07 a L 51-82 2007-08 h W 71-62 2008-09 a L 42-69 2009-10 h L 35-53 2010-11 a L 58-63 2011-12 h W 41-36 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE (5-6) SSU HOME: 3-1 SSU AWAY: 1-4 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-1 2003-04 h L 57-65 a L 60-86

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

h W a W a L n L a L(ot) h W a L n W h W

71-50 62-52 42-47 28-51 44-55 63-46 50-61 65-47 60-42

MERCER UNIVERSITY (2-2) SSU HOME: 1-1 SSU AWAY: 1-1 2000-01 a L 41-69 2002-03 h L 50-58 2006-07 h W 59-50 a W 65-44 MILES COLLEGE (15-2) SSU HOME: 10-0 SSU AWAY: 5-2 1990-91 h W 77-72 h W 70-49 1991-92 a W 63-53 1992-93 h W 97-65 h W 78-63 1993-94 h W 57-56 a W 61-39 1994-95 h W 91-56 a W 65-59 h W 55-43 1995-96 h W 57-49 a W 68-52 1996-97 a L 46-56 h W 56-40 1997-98 a L 74-80 1998-99 h W 58-46 1999-00 a W 80-74 MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY (0-5) SSU AWAY: 0-5 2006-07 a L 2008-09 a L 2012-13 a L 2013-14 a L 2015-16 a L

64-92 40-52 55-70 63-81 25-92

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2008-09 n L 42-62

MONTEVEALLO UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2000-01 h L 51-71 a L 60-86 MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (4-4) SSU HOME: 2-2 SSU AWAY: 1-2 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 2003-04 h W 61-52 2004-05 h L 51-55 a L 72-84 2011-12 h W 69-60 2012-13 a L 50-68 2013-14 n W 82-71 2014-15 a W 72-58 2015-16 h L(3ot) 60-66 MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE (32-11) SSU HOME: 18-4 SSU AWAY: 14-6 SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 1981-82 a L 63-83 h W 75-58 n L 72-79 1982-83 a L 60-71 h W 70-64 1983-84 a W 73-51 h L 66-68 1984-85 a W 55-53 h W 55-44 1985-86 h L 76-83 a W 80-73 1986-87 h W(ot) 55-54 1987-88 a W 67-52 1988-89 a W 57-55 h W 51-49 1989-90 h W 77-75 a W 76-60 1990-91 h W 69-47 a L 74-83 1991-92 a W 86-70 h W 70-51 1992-93 h W 70-62 a W 78-75 1993-94 h L 55-57 a W 81-78 1994-95 h W 62-35 a W 58-47 1995-96 a W 64-62 h W 63-64 1996-97 a L 56-62

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

h L h W a L a W h W h W a L a W h W h W a W h W h W

60-63 77-76 63-79 66-51 62-52 61-45 60-70 80-49 61-58 68-57 71-55 74-66 55-39

MORRIS COLLEGE (8-1) SSU HOME: 6-1 SSU AWAY: 2-0 2000-01 h W 65-46 2004-05 h W 66-54 2005-06 a W 66-50 2006-07 h W 78-65 2007-08 a W 78-59 h W 76-51 2008-09 h W 69-65 2009-10 h L 50-55 2010-11 h W 75-74 UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT OLIVE (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 1985-86 h W 70-61 MURRAY STATE UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2001-02 h L a L

51-66 34-87

NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2011-12 a L 50-70 NEW JERSEY ISTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (3-4) SSU HOME: 3-1 SSU AWAY: 0-3 2007-08 a L 61-90 h W 65-58 2008-09 h L 56-65 a L 41-68 h W 64-56 2009-10 h W(ot) 54-51 2010-11 a L 49-59


team-by-team RESULTS UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS (1-0) SSU AWAY: 1-0 2010-11 a W

84-44

NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY (5-5) SSU HOME: 3-2 SSU AWAY: 1-3 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 2001-02 h L a L 2007-08 n W 2009-10 h L 2010-11 a L 2011-12 a L 2012-13 h W 2013-14 h W 2014-15 h W 2015-16 a W

51-63 47-63 67-58 45-57 66-67 49-54 62-55 79-47 56-54 68-53

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2011-12 a L 21-74 NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY (3-11) SSU HOME: 1-6 SSU AWAY: 1-5 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 2000-01 a L 63-68 2001-02 h W 55-45 h L 50-75 2011-12 a L 45-69 h L 74-88 2012-13 h L 45-67 a L 47-58 2013-14 h L 61-75 a L 61-73 2014-15 a W 59-56 h L 48-53 n W 62-59 2015-16 h L 59-69 a L 31-60 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY (11-8) SSU HOME: 9-2 SSU AWAY: 2-6 1993-94 h W 87-74 1994-95 h W 66-57 1996-97 h W 57-34 1997-98 h W 71-68 1998-99 a L 51-63 2008-09 a L 40-52

2009-10 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

h W a L h L a L h W h L a L h W a W a W h W h W a L

47-44 46-50 43-54 38-50 59-43 38-43 29-33 60-53 74-50 82-61 65-54 57-39 61-65

UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA-CHARLOTTE (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2010-11 a L 41-79

UNIVERSITTY OF NORTH FLORIDA (6-5) SSU HOME: 4-1 SSU AWAY: 2-4 1992-93 a W 69-56 1993-94 h W 77-73 1998-99 h L 64-77 a L 63-72 1999-00 a L 55-82 2007-08 a L 46-56 h W 53-43 2009-10 a L 42-56 2010-11 h W 49-42 2011-12 a W(ot) 64-61 2012-13 h W 49-40 NORTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITTY (0-1) SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2013-14 n L 56-77 NOVA SOUTHERN-EASTERN UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2000-01 h L 40-52 OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2015-16 a L

48-76

PAINE COLLEGE (23-13) SSU HOME: 16-6 SSU AWAY: 7-7 1985-86 a L 60-66

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2011-12

h L h L h W a L h W h L a L h L a W h W h W a W a W h W h W h W a L h W a W a W h W (ot) h W h L a W h L a L a W h W h W h W h W a L a L h W h W

50-66 56-62 90-78 45-91 57-56 55-61 47-51 50-58 66-59 69-51 67-49 80-52 68-61 74-48 55-43 49-61 66-69 69-47 60-31 82-72 70-67 62-60 48-51 54-42 70-83 57-67 82-64 66-58 86-46 79-55 75-52 68-71 56-63 63-50 55-38

PREEBYTERIAN COLLEGE (1-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 1-0 2010-11 a W 52-50 h L 47-54 PURDUE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2002-03 h L 25-103 RADFORD UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 2002-03 h L 57-86 RUTGERS UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2015-16 a L 26-65

ST. AUGUSTINE (N.C.) (0-1) SSU HOME: 0-1 1983-84 h L 77-79 ST. JOESPH’S UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 2012-13 n L 41-88 ST. PAUL’S (1-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 1992-93 h W

93-55

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2012-13 a L

51-72

SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ARTS AND DESIGN (2-1) SSU HOME: 1-1 SSU AWAY: 1-0 1999-00 h L 73-74 2000-01 a W 59-55 2002-03 h W 63-43 SETON HALL UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2013-14 a L 42-51 SPELMAN COLLEGE (4-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 3-0 1990-91 a W 104-68 1991-92 h W 97-50 a W 77-63 1999-00 a W 67-41 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA (0-8) SSU AWAY: 0-8 2005-06 a L 37-94 2007-08 a L 47-86 2010-11 a L 33-52 2011-12 a L 39-65 2012-13 a L 47-78 2013-14 a L 40-82 2014-15 a L 49-111 a L 48-81 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA-AIKEN (2-0) SSU HOME: 2-0 1991-92 h W 87-81 1993-94 h W 82-78


team-by-team RESULTS SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY (10-18) SSU HOME: 9-4 SSU AWAY: 0-12 SSU NEUTRAL: 0-2 1988-89 h L 57-79 2000-01 a L 53-84 2001-02 h L 48-67 a L 59-85 2004-05 h W(ot) 66-60 a L 55-68 2005-06 a L 56-68 h L 53-60 2006-07 a L 59-65 h W(ot) 47-45 2007-08 h W 70-46 a L 54-62 2009-10 a L 50-60 h L 49-60 2010-11 a L 33-37 h W 53-32 2011-12 h W 76-65 a L 48-55 2012-13 a L 54-75 h W 49-46 n L 33-50 2013-14 a L 62-66 h W 60-51 2014-15 h W 61-53 a W 55-52 2015-16 a L 43-56 h W 62-39 n L 53-61 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY (1-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2008-09 a L 62-73 2009-10 h W 60-50 SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-2 1982-83 h L 85-93 2002-03 h L 44-81 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2012-13 a L 38-51 STETSON UNIVERSITY (2-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 1-1 2002-03 a L 48-59

2007-08 a W(ot) 58-56 2009-10 h W 54-49 TALLADGA COLLEGE (5-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 3-0 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 1982-83 a W 89-58 1983-84 a W 102-85 2008-09 a W 62-59 2011-12 h W 74-58 2012-13 n W 58-56 TENNESSEE ST UNIV (1-1) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2006-07 h W 79-65 a L 70-76 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO (0-2) SSU AWAY: 0-2 2007-08 a L 58-75 2008-09 a L 46-103 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT PAN AMERICA (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-2 2004-05 h L 52-86 h L 44-47 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO (1-0) SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 2013-14 n W 51-50 TEXAS TECH (0-2) SSU AWAY: 0-2 2008-09 a L 2009-10 a L

39-80 40-69

TRINITIY BAPTIST (2-0) SSU HOME: 2-0 2012-13 h W 66-41 2013-14 h W 106-33 TROY UNIVERSITY (2-0) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 1-0 2013-14 h W 93-84 2014-15 a W 83-80 TUSKEGEE COLLEGE (13-14) SSU HOME: 11-7 SSU AWAY: 2-7 1981-82 a L 75-89 h L 71-74

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

h L a L a L h W h L a L h L a L h W h L h L h W h W h W a L h W h W a W h W h W a L h W a W h W h L

78-86 77-85 75-77 86-62 73-82 62-64 59-60 59-85 88-59 78-94 53-71 63-61 71-32 68-57 72-84 81-64 59-53 79-51 78-43 67-61 50-73 73-51 81-71 90-85 64-86

UTAH VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2004-05 a L 41-78 VALDOSTA STATE UNIV (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 1995-96 h L 54-96 a L 49-72 1996-97 h L 45-71 1998-99 a L 54-68 1999-00 h W 59-49 VANDERBILT UNIV. (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2003-04 a L 40-91 2004-05 h L 28-61 VIRGINIA TECH (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 2009-10 a L 41-68 VOORHEES COLLEGE (11-4) SSU HOME: 7-2 SSU AWAY: 3-2 SSU NEUTRAL: 1-0 1981-82 h W 112-53

1992-93 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 1999-00 2005-06 2007-08 2010-11

a W h W h W a W a W h W h W h L a L h L a L h W n W h W

77-52 103-53 82-59 67-56 64-62 66-56 74-60 73-81 78-81 65-75 50-88 65-66 72-38 55-41

WAKE FOREST UNIV. (0-3) SSU AWAY: 0-3 2004-05 a L 37-86 2005-06 a L 51-100 2007-08 a L 41-85 WESLEYAN COLLEGE (1-0) SSU AWAY: 1-0 2004-05 a W 86-48 UNIV. OF W. GEORGIA (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 1997-98 a L 47-56 W. CAROLINA UNIV. (0-1) SSU AWAY: 0-1 1930-31 a L 15-22 WICHITA STATE UNIV. (0-3) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-2 2001-02 a L 55-84 2003-04 h L 56-71 2010-11 a L 41-67 WINSTON-SALEM ST. UNIV. (0-2) SSU HOME: 0-1 SSU AWAY: 0-1 2006-07 h L 58-66 a L 60-80 WOFFORD UNIVERSITY (1-2) SSU HOME: 1-0 SSU AWAY: 0-1 SSU NEUTRAL: 0-1 1992-93 h W 87-78 a L 60-68 2007-08 n L 55-65


INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Scoring Points 610 Mabel Sanders (29 games) 1991-92 529 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 2011-12 516 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 2013-14 512 Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 2014-15 508 Tarina Loyd (29 games) 1993-94 504 Mabel Sanders (28 games) 1990-91 452 Ivy Smith (29 games) 2006-07 449 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1994-95 412 Tunja McClendon (22 games) 1987-88 407 Shenika Bell (25 games) 1996-97 Scoring Average (minimum 15 games) 21.0 Mabel Sanders (29 games) 1991-92 18.7 Tunja McClendon (22 games) 1987-88 18.0 Sharelle Cash (18 games) 1995-96 18.0 Mabel Sanders (28 games) 1990-91 17.5 Tarina Loyd (29 games) 1993-94 17.5 Vera Grissom (22 games) 1984-85 17.6 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 2011-12 16.5 Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 2014-15 16.3 Shenika Bell (25 games) 1996-97 16.1 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 2013-14 16.0 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1994-95 Rebounds Rebounds 426 Mabel Sanders 407 Mabel Sanders 360 Kim Jones 336 LaChan Rodriguez 315 Kim Jones 309 LaChan Rodriquez 305 Dionne Roberts 294 Mabel Sanders 284 Erin Hogue 278 Mabel Sanders

1991-92 1990-91 1985-86 1995-96 1986-87 1993-94 1995-96 1989-90 2012-13 1988-89

Rebounding Average 15.0 Kim Jones 14.7 Mabel Sanders 14.5 Mabel Sanders 14.4 Kim Jones 12.9 LaChan Rodriguez 12.3 Mabel Sanders 11.4 LaChan Rodriguez 11.1 Mabel Sanders 11.1 Kim Jones 10.9 Dionne Roberts

1986-87 1991-92 1990-91 1985-86 1995-96 1989-90 1993-94 1988-89 1984-85 1995-96

Field Goals FG Made 266 Mabel Sanders (29 games) 1991-92 229 Mabel Sanders (28 games) 1990-91 193 Tarina Loyd (29 games) 1993-94 179 Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 2014-15 175 Vera Grissom (22 games) 1984-85 168 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 2013-14 167 Tunja McClendon (22 games) 1987-88 163 Mabel Sanders (25 games) 1988-89 163 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1994-95

162 Felicia Ashley (25 games) 160 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 159 Mabel Sanders (24 games) FG Attempted 571 Tarina Loyd (29 games) 500 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 478 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 474 Patrice Hearns (29 games) 450 Nekosha Fambro (27 games) 431 Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 420 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 414 Mabel Sanders (29 games) 406 Vera Grissom (22 games) 399 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 396 Patricia Gaskins (24 games)

1993-94 2011-12 1994-95 1998-99 1997-98 2014-15 2013-14 1991-92 1984-85 1995-96 1988-89

FG Percentage (minimum 70 made) .643 Mabel Sanders (266-414) .619 Mabel Sanders (370-619) .590 Shirley Boyd (109-184) .579 Tiyonda Davis (95-164) .578 Mabel Sanders (282-578) .561 Anita Walsh (74-132) .544 Tiyonda Davis (124-228) .542 Nicole Stubbs (104-192) .530 Allison Roland (111-213) .529 Tiyonda Davis (81-153) .523 April Pullen (145-277)

1991-92 1990-91 1982-83 2013-14 1988-89 1989-90 2014-15 1994-95 1981-82 2015-16 1998-99

Assists 137 Tarina Loyd 125 Crystal Martin 122 Tarina Loyd 118 Crystal Martin 117 Stephanie Johnson 116 Tarina Loyd 116 Stephanie Johnson 111 Stephanie Johnson 111 Patrice Hearns 109 Tabatha Henderson

1994-95 2000-01 1993-94 2002-03 1991-92 1995-96 1990-91 1992-93 1998-99 1993-94

Blocked Shots 91 Alisha Nelson 75 Tiyonda Davis 73 Tiffany Stephens 67 Tiyonda Davis 62 Alisha Nelson 57 Tiffany Stephens 53 Tiyonda Davis 48 Mabel Sanders 48 Alisha Nelson 47 Tiffany Stephens 46 Alisha Nelson

2009-10 2015-16 2002-03 2014-15 2011-12 2003-04 2013-14 1989-90 2010-11 2001-02 2008-09

Steals 116 101 99 87 86 86

1998-99 2014-15 1998-99 1994-95 1997-98 1999-00

Patrice Hearns Ezinne Kalu Nekosha Fambro Tarina Loyd Nekosha Fambro Patrice Hearns

1983-84 2011-12 1989-90

85 85 82 80 80 77

Tarina Loyd Ezinne Kalu Ezinne Kalu Stephanie Johnson Ezinne Kalu Ivy Smith

1993-94 2013-14 2011-12 1992-93 2010-11 2006-07

3-Point Field Goals 3-FG Made 62 Kenyata Hendrix (28 games) 2015-16 56 Tarina Loyd (29 games) 1993-94 52 Sharelle Cash (18 games) 1995-96 48 Kenyata Hendrix (31 games) 2014-15 45 Shameka Humphrey (27 games)1997-98 43 Ezinne Kalu (26 games) 2010-11 42 Darice Fountaine (21 games) 2010-11 42 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 2011-12 41 Kermetris Hill (28 games) 2002-03 40 Patrice Hearns (21 games) 1999-00 40 Leza Cox (21 games) 1992-93 3-FG Attempted 202 Tarina Loyd (29 games) 1993-94 192 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 2011-12 187 Kenyata Hendrix (28 games) 2015-16 171 Kenyata Hendrix (31 games) 2014-15 161 Shameka Humphrey (27 games)1997-98 159 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1994-95 143 Ezinne Kalu (26 games) 2010-11 142 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1995-96 139 Patrice Hearns (21 games) 1999-00 135 Patrice Hearns (29 games) 1998-99 135 Leza Cox (26 games) 1991-92 135 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 2013-14 131 Nekosha Fambro (27 games) 1997-98 3-FG Percentage (minimum 25 made) .431 Tabatha Henderson (25-58) 1993-94 .403 Sharelle Cash (52-129) 1995-96 .385 Darice Fountaine (42-109) 2010-11 .332 Kenyata Hendrix (62-187) 2015-16 .328 Leza Cox (40-122) 1992-93 .323 Kermetris Hill (41-127) 2002-03 .310 Ivy Smith (26-84) 2006-07 .301 Ezinne Kalu (43-143) 2010-11 .289 Leza Cox (39-135) 1991-92 .288 Patrice Hearns (40-139) 1999-00 Free Throws FT Made 167 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 2011-12 158 Ivy Smith (29 games) 2006-07 145 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 2013-14 130 Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 2014-15 104 Erin Hogue (29 games) 2012-13 101 Lashara Smith (30 games) 2008-09 100 Ezinne Kalu (26 games) 2010-11 97 Tabatha Henderson (29 games)1993-94 94 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1995-96 93 Atoyia Bridges (29 games) 1998-99 91 Lashara Smith (28 games) 2005-06 90 Shenika Bell (25 games) 1996-97


INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS FT Attempted 233 Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 2011-12 217 Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 2013-14 206 Ivy Smith (29 games) 2006-07 176 Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 2014-15 167 Tarina Loyd (28 games) 1995-96 162 Ezinne Kalu (26 games) 2010-11 151 Tabatha Henderson (29 games)1993-94 147 Patricia Gaskins (24 games) 1988-89 146 Atoyia Bridges (29 games) 1998-99 146 Sharmonique McDaniel (29 games)1998-99 141 Erin Hogue (29 games) 2012-13 140 Lashara Smith (28 games) 2005-06 140 Lashara Smith (30 games) 2008-09 FT Percentage (minimum 60 made) .808 Anita Walsh (80-99) .775 Crissa Jackson .767 Ivy Smith (158-206) .739 Ezinne Kalu (130-176) .738 Erin Hogue (104-141) .726 Jasmine Norman (85-117) .724 Jasmine Norman (71-98) .721 Lashara Smith (101-140) .720 Anita Walsh (77-107) .717 Ezinne Kalu (167-233) .684 Patrice Hearns (67-98) .684 Jasmine Kirkland (67-98) .676 Dionne Roberts (71-105)

1990-91 2009-10 2006-07 2014-15 2012-13 2014-15 2013-14 2008-09 1989-90 2011-12 1998-99 2013-14 1995-96


team season records Points 2184 2179 2139 2055 2050 2034

2013-14 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1993-94 2014-15

Scoring Average 75.1 73.8 73.7 73.4 70.4

1992-93 1991-92 1983-84 1990-91 1982-83

Field Goals FG Made 869 852 842 813 791

1991-92 1990-91 1992-93 2013-14 2014-15

FG Attempted 2107 2017 2011 1998 1995

1998-99 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 2013-14

FG Percentage .463 .449 .431 .430 .419

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1982-83 1992-93

3-Point Field Goals 3-FG Made 122 112 107 104 101

2015-16 1995-96 2010-11 2006-07 2013-14

3-FG Attempted 446 412 395 382 369 369

1998-99 2013-14 2015-16 1997-98 1995-96 2014-15

3-FG Percentage .338

1989-90

.314 .313 .309 .304

2006-07 2010-11 2015-16 1995-96

Free Throws FT Made 457 432 399 396 382

2013-14 1992-93 1998-99 2006-07 1993-94

FT Attempted 746 722 717 708 673

2013-14 1993-94 1992-93 1998-99 1997-98

FT Percentage .679 .658 .647 .639 .637

2006-07 2012-13 2002-03 2008-09 2014-15

Rebounds 1559 1486 1485 1396 1381

1998-99 1992-93 1993-94 1995-96 1990-91

Assists 475 451 435 412 385

1991-92 1990-91 1992-93 2013-14 1993-94

Blocked Shots 160 152 137 131 119

2011-12 2009-10 2008-09 1994-95 2015-16

Steals 477 466 377 369 368 356

1998-99 1992-93 2014-15 1997-98 1991-92 1999-00


YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICAL LEADERS Points Year 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Player Felcia Ashley Shirley Boyd Felicia Ashley Vera Grisson Stephanie Ross Kim Jones Tunja McClendon Mabel Sanders Mabel Sanders Mabel Sanders Mabel Sanders Stephanie Gibson Tarina Loyd Tarina Loyd Tarina Loyd Shenika Bell Nekosha Fambro Patrice Hearns Patrice Hearns Tiffany Stephens Caroline Moore Kermetris Hill Caroline Moore Kermetris Hill Antinette Williams Ivy Smith Ivy Smith Lashara Smith Crissa Jackson Ezinne Kalu Ezinne Kalu Erin Hogue Ezinne Kalu Ezinne Kalu Kenyata Hendrix

Rebounds Year Player 1981-82 Shirely Boyd 1982-83 Shirley Boyd 1983-84 Fay Mitchell 1984-85 Kim Jones 1985-86 Kim Jones 1986-87 Kim Jones 1987-88 Patricia Gaskins 1988-89 Mabel Sanders 1989-90 Mabel Sanders 1990-91 Mabel Sanders 1991-92 Mabel Sanders 1992-93 Belinda Philo 1993-94 LaChan Rodriguez 1994-95 Rovetta Edwards 1995-96 LaChan Rodriguez 1996-97 Danielle Rhynes 1997-98 Danielle Rhynes 1998-99 Atoyia Bridges 1999-00 April Pullen 2000-01 Tiffany Stephens 2001-02 Tiffany Stephens 2002-03 Tiffany Stephens

Points (Avg.) 291 (12.6) 235 (10.2) 369 (14.7) 385 (17.5) 341 (13.6) 292 (13.9) 412 (18.7) 376 (15.0) 349 (14.5) 504 (18.0) 610 (21.0) 326 (11.6) 508 (17.5) 449 (16.0) 388 (13.9) 407 (16.3) 368 (13.6) 402 (13.9) 306 (14.6) 232 (9.3) 243 (9.7) 341 (12.2) 321 (12.3) 415 (14.8) 279 (10.3) 452 (15.6) 400 (13.8) 357 (11.9) 280 (9.3) 327 (15.6) 529 (17.6) 330 (11.4) 516 (16.1) 512 (16.5) 353 (12.6) Rebounds (Avg.) 237 (10.3) 207 (9.0) 261 (10.4) 246 (11.1) 360 (14.4) 315 (15.0) 119 (5.6) 278 (11.1) 294 (12.3) 407 (14.5) 426 (14.7) 204 (7.6) 309 (11.4) 248 (9.5) 336 (12.9) 224 (8.6) 235 (8.7) 255 (8.8) 183 (7.6) 210 (8.4) 162 (6.5) 253 (9.0)

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Tiffany Stephens Nicole Hunter Shamice James Shaunte Carter Patrice Robinson Alisha Nelson Alisha Nelson Alisha Nelson Alisha Nelson Erin Hogue Tiyonda Davis Tiyonda Davis Tiyonda Davis

Field Goals Made Year Player 1981-82 Felicia Ashley 1982-83 Shirley Boyd 1983-84 Felicia Ashley 1984-85 Vera Grissom 1985-86 Stephanie Ross 1986-87 Vera Grissom 1987-88 Tunja McClendon 1988-89 Mabel Sanders 1989-90 Mabel Sanders 1990-91 Mabel Sanders 1991-92 Mabel Sanders 1992-93 Stephanie Gibson 1993-94 Tarina Loyd 1994-95 Tarina Loyd 1995-96 LaChan Rodriguez 1996-97 Shenika Bell 1997-98 Nekosha Fambro 1998-99 Patrice Hearns 1999-00 Patrice Hearns 2000-01 Tiffany Stephens 2001-02 Caroline Moore 2002-03 Kermetris Hill 2003-04 Tiffany Stephens 2004-05 Kermetris Hill 2005-06 Antoinette Williams 2006-07 Ivy Smith 2007-08 Ivy Smith 2008-09 Lashara Smith 2009-10 Crissa Jackson 2010-11 Ezinne Kalu 2011-12 Ezinne Kalu 2012-13 Erin Hogue 2013-14 Ezinne Kalu 2014-15 Ezinne Kalu 2015-16 Kenyata Hendrix Field Goal Percentage minimum 70 made Year Player 1981-82 Allison Roland 1982-83 Shirley Boyd 1983-84 Felicia Ashley 1984-85 Vera Grissom 1985-86 Pam Hurt 1986-87 Kim Jones 1987-88 Tunja McClendon

192 (7.4) 224 (8.0) 168 (6.0) 201 (6.9) 194 (6.7) 163 (5.3) 229 (7.6) 138 (5.3) 154 (7.0) 284 (9.8) 236 (7.2) 244 (7.6) 238 (8.5) FG Made (Avg.) 125 (5.4) 109 (4.7) 162 (6.5) 175 (8.0) 136 (5.4) 119 (7.0) 167 (7.6) 163 (6.5) 159 (6.6) 229 (8.2) 266 (9.2) 127 (4.5) 193 (6.7) 163 (5.8) 129 (5.0) 150 (6.0) 147 (5.4) 154 (5.3) 117 (5.6) 247 (9.9) 95 (3.8) 125 (4.5) 133 (5.1) 159 (5.7) 115 (4.3) 134 (4.6) 125 (4.3) 123 (4.1) 91 (3.0) 106 (5.1) 160 (5.3) 113 (3.9) 168 (5.3) 179 (5.8) 123 (4.4)

FG Pct(Made-Att) 52.1(111-for-213) 59.2(109-for-184) 45.4(162-for-357) 43.1(175-for-406) 43.3(91-for-210) 47.2(118-for-250) 44.5(167-for-375)

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Mabel Sanders Mabel Sanders Mabel Sanders Mabel Sanders Belinda Philo Rovetta Edwards Tabatha Henderson Nicole Stubbs LaChan Rodriguez Tameiko Allen Danielle Rhynes April Pullen

57.8(163-for-282) 57.4(159-for-266) 61.9(229-for-370) 64.3(166-for-414) 50.0(115-for-230) 50.0(91-for-182) 47.4(128-for-270) 54.2(104-for-192) 43.0(129-for-300) 45.6(72-for-158) 45.7(105-for-230) 52.3(145-for-277) Sharmonique McDaniel 46.2(116-for-251) Tiffany Stephens 39.7 (98-for-247) Tiffany Stephens 38.9 (82-for-211) Caroline Moore 44.3 (81-for-183) Tiffany Stephens 42.6(133-for-212) Kermetris Hill 39.8(159-for-400) Shamice James 56.5 (74-for-131) Milan Johnson 42.7 (79-for-185) Antionette Williams 53.2(108-for-203) Lashara Smith 36.3(123-for-339) Courtney Long 36.3 (90-for-248) Ezinne Kalu 41.6(106-for-255) Jasmine Kirkland 39.9(113-for-283) Erin Hogue 36.3(113-for-311) Tiyonda Davis 57.9 (95-for-164) Tiyonda Davis 54.4(124-for-228) Tiyonda Davis 52.9 (81-for-153)

Free Throws Year Player 1981-82 Sharon Wheeler 1982-83 Allison Roland 1983-84 Kim Jones 1984-85 Stephanie Ross 1985-86 Stephanie Ross 1986-87 Kim Jones 1987-88 Patricia Gaskins 1988-89 Patricia Gaskins 1989-90 Anita Walsh 1990-91 Anita Walsh 1991-92 Mabel Sanders 1992-93 Stephanie Gibson 1993-94 Tabatha Henderson 1994-95 Tarian Loyd 1995-96 Tarina Loyd 1996-97 Shenika Bell 1997-98 S’Meka Humphrey 1998-99 Ayotia Bridges 1999-00 Sharmonique McDaniel 2000-01 Precious Jones 2001-02 Renee Williams 2002-03 Kermetris Hill 2003-04 Caroline Moore 2004-05 Caroline Moore 2005-06 Lashara Smith 2006-07 Ivy Smith 2007-08 Ivy Smith 2008-09 Lashara Smith 2009-10 Courtney Long 2010-11 Ezinne Kalu

FT Made (Avg.) 42 (2.2) 33 (1.7) 62 (2.6) 47 (2.1) 69 (2.8) 56 (2.7) 73 (3.5) 75 (3.1) 77 (3.1) 80 (2.9) 78 (2.1) 71 (2.5) 97 (3.3) 84 (3.0) 94 (3.4) 90 (3.6) 77 (2.9) 93 (3.2) 56 (2.4) 53 (2.3) 60 (2.1) 50 (1.9) 71 (2.7) 47 (1.8) 91 (3.3) 158 (5.5) 114 (3.9) 101 (3.4) 79 (2.6) 74 (3.5)


YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICAL LEADERS 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Ezinne Kalu Erin Hogue Ezinne Kalu Ezinne Kalu Kenyata Hendrix

167 (5.6) 104 (3.6) 145 (4.5) 130 (4.2) 45 (1.6)

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 40 made) Year Player FT Pct (Made-Att) 1983-84 Felicia Ashley 64.2 (45-for-70) 1984-85 Stephanie Ross 48.9 (47-for-96) 1985-86 Marcella Holloway 70.4 (50-for-71) 1986-87 Kim Jones 42.4 (56-for-132) 1987-88 Patricia Gaskins 61.9 (73-for-118) 1988-89 Tracie Carter 63.5 (40-for-63) 1989-90 Anita Walsh 72.0 (77-for-107) 1990-91 Anita Walsh 80.8 (80-for-99) 1991-92 Stephanie Johnson 71.2 (52-for-73) 1992-93 Belinda Philo 67.2 (43-for-64) 1993-94 Tabatha Henderson 64.2 (97-for-151) 1994-95 Shontier Prescott 71.4 (40-for-56) 1995-96 Sharelle Cash 70.6 (48-for-68) 1996-97 Shenike Bell 67.2 (90-for-134) 1997-98 S’Meka Humphrey 65.8 (77-for-117) 1998-99 Patrice Hearns 68.4 (67-for-98) 1999-00 Shameka Humphrey 74.1 (40-for-54) 2000-01 Precious Jones 67.1 (53-for-79) 2001-02 Dana Roberts 76.8 (43-for-56) 2002-03 Kermetris Hill 89.3 (50-for-56) 2003-04 Caroline Moore 54.6 (71-for-130) 2004-05 Kermetris Hill 85.7 (42-for-49) 2005-06 Antoinette Williams 68.1 (49-for-72) 2006-07 Ivy Smith 76.7(158-for-206) 2007-08 LaShara Smith 74.2 (92-for-124) 2008-09 LaShara Smith 72.1(101-for-140) 2009-10 Crissa Jackson 77.5 (69-for-89) 2010-11 Charmaine Greene 57.1 (40-for-70) 2011-12 Ezinne Kalu 71.7(167-for-233) 2012-13 Erin Hogue 73.8(104-for-141) 2013-14 Jasmine Norman 72.4 (71-for-98) 2014-15 Ezinne Kalu 73.9(130-for-176) 2015-16 Kenyata Hendrix 57.7(45-for-78) Assists Year 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

Player Assists (Avg.) Patricia Gaskins (24 games) 79 (3.1) Stephanie Johnson (25 games) 107 (4.3) Leza Cox (28 games) 99 (3.5) Stephanie Johnson (26 games) 117 (4.5) Stephanie Johnson (28 games) 111 (4.0) Tarina Loyd (29 games) 122 (4.2) Tarina Loyd (28 games) 137 (4.9) Tarina Loyd (28 games) 116 (4.1) Veronica Wyatt (27 games) 97 (3.6) S’Meka Humphrey (27 games) 68 (2.5) Patrice Hearns (29 games) 111 (3.8) Patrice Hearns (21 games) 58 (2.8) Crystal Martin (27 games) 125 (4.7) Crystal Martin (25 games) 78 (3.1) Crystal Martin (28 games) 118 (4.2) Crystal Martin (26 games) 89 (3.4) Lakisha Green (28 games) 67 (2.4)

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Lashara Smith (28 games) Ivy Smith (29 games) Ivy Smith (29 games) Crissa Jackson (30 games) Crissa Jackson (30 games) Courtney Long (21 games) Ezinne Kalu (30 games) Jasmine Norman (30 games) Ezinne Kalu (32 games) Ezinne Kalu (31 games) Lauryn Fields (28 games)

57 (2.0) 105 (3.6) 115 (4.0) 74 (2.5) 105 (3.5) 59 (2.8) 83 (2.8) 42 (1.4) 108 (3.4) 100 (3.2) 66 (2.4)

Blocks Year 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Player Blocks (Avg.) Rovetta Edwards (29 games) 24 (0.8) Tarina Loyd (29 games) 22 (0.8) Nicole Stubbs (27 games) 46 (1.7) Kasha Doomes (28 games) 30 (1.1) Danielle Rhynes (26 games) 20 (0.8) Montez Morales (17 games) 14 (0.8) Patrice Hearns (29 games) 16 (0.6) Kim Collins (22 games) 11 (0.5) Tiffany Stephens (25 games) 44 (1.8) Tiffany Stephens (25 games) 47 (1.9) Tiffany Stephens (28 games) 73 (2.6) Tiffany Stephens (26 games) 57 (2.2) Shamice James (28 games) 29 (1.0) Shamice James (28 games) 32 (1.1) Shamice James (21 games) 22 (1.1) Patrice Robinson (29 games) 35 (1.2) Alisha Nelson (31 games) 46 (1.5) Alisha Nelson (30 games) 91 (3.0) Jasmine Kirkland (26 games) 30 (1.2) Alisha Nelson (22 games) 62 (2.8) Blessing UBA (29 games) 16 (0.6) Tiyonda Davis (33 games) 53 (1.6) Tiyonda Davis (32 games) 67 (2.1)

Steals Year 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

Player Steals (Avg.) Stephanie Johnson (28 games) 80 (2.9) Tarina Loyd (29 games) 85 (2.9) Tarina Loyd (28 games) 87 (3.1) Tarina Loyd (28 games) 53 (1.9) Veronica Wyatt (27 games) 57 (2.1) Nekosha Fambro (27 games) 86 (3.2) Patrice Hearns (29 games) 116 (4.0) Patrice Hearns (21 games) 86 (4.1) Crystal Martin (27 games) 60 (2.2) Crystal Martin (25 games) 55 (2.2) Crystal Martin (28 games) 48 (1.7) Caroline Moore (26 games) 50 (1.9) Nicole Hunter (28 games) 69 (2.5) Antoinette Williams (27 games)42 (1.6) Ivy Smith (29 games) 77 (2.7) Ivy Smith (29 games) 106 (3.7) Crissa Jackson (30 games) 54 (1.8) Courtney Long (30 games) 64 (2.1) Courtney Long (21 games) 49 (2.3) Ezinne Kalu (30 games) 82 (2.7) Jasmine Norman (30 games) 47 (1.6) Ezinne Kalu (32 games) 85 (2.7)

2014-15 2015-16

Ezinne Kalu (31 games) 101 (3.3) Jeremica Edwards (26 games) 30 (1.2) Lauryn Fields (28 games) 30 (1.1)


SSU 2015-16 Women's Basketball Savannah State Combined Team Statistics (as of Dec 08, 2016) All games

2015-16 sTATISTICS Overall record: 10-18 Conf: 7-9 Home: 7-5 Away: 3-12 Neutral: 0-1 ##

02 32 20 11 44 05 03 15 12 24 01 10 14 35 25 04

Player

HENDRIX,Kenyata EDWARDS,Jeremica FRAZIER, Chelsea WARREN,Rhianna DAVIS,Tiyonda FIELDS,Lauryn SHAW,Taylor-Ashley BUIE,Shanikwa YOUNG,Jada BROWN,Deyja TREADWELL,Caprisha NIXON,Kilah RICHARDSON,Taneas COLBERT,Charlinda BUSH,Destini ANDERSON,Jacquelin Team Total.......... Opponents......

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

gp-gs

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

28-23 26-21 11-1 26-12 28-26 28-14 27-13 8-6 24-2 18-3 15-0 13-9 28-0 5-0 15-0 9-0

973 580 183 536 852 641 626 160 320 213 146 154 203 12 67 32

28 28

5698 5703

34.8 22.3 16.6 20.6 30.4 22.9 23.2 20.0 13.3 11.8 9.7 11.8 7.3 2.4 4.5 3.6

123-350 80-173 25-75 64-190 81-153 42-157 41-118 12-37 28-70 19-65 17-45 11-28 20-48 1-3 3-14 0-4

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 359 335 377 391 407 381 427 411

62-187 0-2 12-35 28-88 0-0 10-39 0-3 0-2 0-2 10-32 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2

OPP 1658 59.2 583-1631 .357 131-436 .300 4.7 361-549 .658 12.9 1111 39.7 342 12.2 480 17.1 0.7 268 9.6 118 4.2 15320 15-1021 1-0 OT OT2 OT3 10 6 2 18 6 8

.332 .000 .343 .318 .000 .256 .000 .000 .000 .313 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

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* * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

45-78 20-42 12-16 18-22 25-53 32-51 24-38 6-12 15-27 3-4 5-6 7-13 7-15 1-5 3-6 1-2

Date 11/13/15 11/22/15 11/24/15 11/29/15 12/02/15 12/05/15 12/13/15 12/15/15 12/27/15 01/01/16 01/02/16 01/04/16 01/09/15 01/11/16 01/16/15 01/18/16 1/23/16 01/25/16 1/30/16 02/02/16 02/06/16 02/08/16 02/13/16 02/20/16 02/27/16 02/29/16 03/03/16 3/8/2016

.577 .476 .750 .818 .472 .627 .632 .500 .556 .750 .833 .538 .467 .200 .500 .500

off

Rebounds def tot avg

pf dq

a

to blk stl

pts

23 76 99 3.5 52 0 57 103 9 21 353 37 76 113 4.3 50 2 30 53 7 30 180 6 8 14 1.3 10 0 5 13 1 16 74 24 49 73 2.8 36 0 18 34 7 24 174 82 156 238 8.5 93 5 22 47 75 25 187 15 30 45 1.6 34 1 66 76 0 30 126 17 55 72 2.7 48 1 37 56 4 19 106 13 24 37 4.6 18 0 2 15 1 9 30 22 47 69 2.9 59 2 18 60 4 23 71 6 21 27 1.5 22 0 6 20 3 11 51 17 25 42 2.8 22 0 3 11 6 4 39 5 16 21 1.6 12 0 15 17 0 10 29 20 39 59 2.1 28 0 4 23 2 10 47 0 1 1 0.2 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 3 10 13 0.9 6 0 0 3 0 3 9 2 2 4 0.4 3 0 0 6 0 0 1 60 67 127 23 567-1530 .371 122-395 .309 224-390 .574 352 702 1054 37.6 493 11 283 563 119 235 1480 583-1631 .357 131-436 .300 361-549 .658 433 678 1111 39.7 404 - 342 480 118 268 1658

SSU 1480 52.9 -6.4 567-1530 .371 122-395 .309 4.4 224-390 .574 8.0 1054 37.6 -2.0 283 10.1 563 20.1 -3.0 0.5 235 8.4 119 4.3 15108 12-1259 -

.351 .462 .333 .337 .529 .268 .347 .324 .400 .292 .378 .393 .417 .333 .214 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

Opponent COLUMBIA COLLEGE AUBURN at Florida at Mississippi State GEORGIA SOUTHERN at Alabama State at Rutgers at Jacksonville State at Oklahoma State at Florida A&M at Jacksonville ALLEN UNIVERSITY NORTH CAROLINA A&T N.C. CENTRAL MARYLAND E. SHORE DELAWARE STATE at Hampton at Norfolk State at North Carolina A&T at Bethune-Cookman MORGAN STATE COPPIN STATE at South Carolina St. at HOWARD SOUTH CAROLINA ST. at N.C. Central FLORIDA A&M vs S.C. State

Totals 1480* = Conference game 1658

W L L L L W L L L L L W L W W L L W L L Lo3 W L W W L W Lot

Score 101-34 40-62 34-99 25-92 48-64 60-49 26-65 35-50 48-76 38-59 52-65 72-46 59-69 57-39 60-42 59-67 53-65 68-53 31-60 44-50 60-66 57-55 43-56 69-64 62-39 61-65 65-46 53-61

avg

12.6 6.9 6.7 6.7 6.7 4.5 3.9 3.8 3.0 2.8 2.6 2.2 1.7 0.6 0.6 0.1

52.9 59.2

Att. 1804 2992 1062 3672 3160 435 1645 410 2352 237 169 223 920 844 660 750 1323 1315 783 617 1230 640 272 350 780 678 1105 0


2015-16 RESULTS

SSU 2015-16 Women's Basketball Savannah State Season Schedule/Results & Leaders (as of Dec 08, 2016) All games RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 10-18 7-9 3-9

Date 11/13/15 11/22/15 11/24/15 11/29/15 12/02/15

Opponent COLUMBIA COLLEGE AUBURN at Florida at Mississippi State GEORGIA SOUTHERN

12/05/15 12/13/15

at Alabama State at Rutgers

12/15/15 12/27/15

at Jacksonville State at Oklahoma State

W

W

01/01/16

*at Florida A&M

01/02/16 01/04/16 01/09/15 01/11/16 01/16/15 01/18/16 1/23/16

at Jacksonville ALLEN UNIVERSITY *NORTH CAROLINA A&T *N.C. CENTRAL *MARYLAND E. SHORE *DELAWARE STATE *at Hampton

01/25/16 1/30/16 02/02/16

*at Norfolk State *at North Carolina A&T *at Bethune-Cookman

02/06/16 02/08/16 02/13/16 02/20/16 02/27/16 02/29/16 03/03/16

*MORGAN STATE *COPPIN STATE *at South Carolina St. *at HOWARD *SOUTH CAROLINA ST. *at N.C. Central *FLORIDA A&M

3/8/2016

HOME 7-5 5-3 2-2

vs S.C. State

W W W

W

W W W W

AWAY 3-12 2-6 1-6 Score 101-34 40-62 34-99 25-92 48-64

L L L L

Att. 1804 2992 1062 3672 3160

60-49 26-65

L

435 (14)HENDRIX,Kenyata 1645 (14)HENDRIX,Kenyata

35-50 48-76

L L

410 (10)BUIE,Shanikwa 2352 (18)HENDRIX,Kenyata

38-59

L

237 (9)WARREN,Rhianna

52-65 72-46 59-69 57-39 60-42 59-67 53-65

L

68-53 31-60 44-50

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

12 15 1 28

Attend

15108 15320 0 30428

L L

169 223 920 844 660 750 1323

L L

1315 783 617

L

60-66 57-55 43-56 69-64 62-39 61-65 65-46

Lo3

53-61

Lot

* = Conference game Attendance Summary

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

Avg/Game

1259 1021 0 1087

L

L

1230 640 272 350 780 678 1105

High Points (18)EDWARDS,Jeremica (15)HENDRIX,Kenyata (13)HENDRIX,Kenyata (8)FRAZIER, Chelsea (12)HENDRIX,Kenyata

(12)FRAZIER, Chelsea (12)FRAZIER, Chelsea (21)HENDRIX,Kenyata (12)DAVIS,Tiyonda (14)DAVIS,Tiyonda (27)HENDRIX,Kenyata (12)DAVIS,Tiyonda (12)HENDRIX,Kenyata (28)HENDRIX,Kenyata (9)SHAW,Taylor-Ashley (10)DAVIS,Tiyonda (10)WARREN,Rhianna (23)HENDRIX,Kenyata (19)WARREN,Rhianna (13)EDWARDS,Jeremica (13)HENDRIX,Kenyata (18)HENDRIX,Kenyata (14)EDWARDS,Jeremica (23)HENDRIX,Kenyata (12)DAVIS,Tiyonda

High Rebounds (6)DAVIS,Tiyonda (6)BUIE,Shanikwa (7)DAVIS,Tiyonda (7)DAVIS,Tiyonda (6)BROWN,Deyja (6)DAVIS,Tiyonda (13)DAVIS,Tiyonda (6)BUIE,Shanikwa (6)DAVIS,Tiyonda (8)SHAW,Taylor-Ashley (3)DAVIS,Tiyonda (3)SHAW,Taylor-Ashley (3)YOUNG,Jada (6)WARREN,Rhianna (6)DAVIS,Tiyonda (9)DAVIS,Tiyonda (8)RICHARDSON,Tanease (7)DAVIS,Tiyonda (9)DAVIS,Tiyonda (8)DAVIS,Tiyonda (12)DAVIS,Tiyonda (9)EDWARDS,Jeremica (10)DAVIS,Tiyonda (10)DAVIS,Tiyonda (10)DAVIS,Tiyonda (21)DAVIS,Tiyonda (8)WARREN,Rhianna (13)DAVIS,Tiyonda (12)DAVIS,Tiyonda (13)DAVIS,Tiyonda (10)DAVIS,Tiyonda (6)DAVIS,Tiyonda (6)WARREN,Rhianna (10)DAVIS,Tiyonda


SSU 2015-16 Women's Basketball Savannah State Team Game-by-Game (as of Dec 08, 2016) All games

2015-16 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

Opponent

COLUMBIA COLLEGE AUBURN at Florida at Mississippi State GEORGIA SOUTHERN at Alabama State at Rutgers at Jacksonville State at Oklahoma State at Florida A&M at Jacksonville ALLEN UNIVERSITY NORTH CAROLINA A&T N.C. CENTRAL MARYLAND E. SHORE DELAWARE STATE at Hampton at Norfolk State at North Carolina A&T at Bethune-Cookman MORGAN STATE COPPIN STATE at South Carolina St. at HOWARD SOUTH CAROLINA ST. at N.C. Central FLORIDA A&M vs S.C. State Savannah State Opponents

Games played: 28 Points/game: 52.9 FG Pct: 37.1 3FG Pct: 30.9 FT Pct: 57.4

Date

11/13/15 11/22/15 11/24/15 11/29/15 12/02/15 12/05/15 12/13/15 12/15/15 12/27/15 01/01/16 01/02/16 01/04/16 01/09/15 01/11/16 01/16/15 01/18/16 1/23/16 01/25/16 1/30/16 02/02/16 02/06/16 02/08/16 02/13/16 02/20/16 02/27/16 02/29/16 03/03/16 3/8/2016

Score

101-34 W 40-62 L 34-99 L 25-92 L 48-64 L 60-49 W 26-65 L 35-50 L 48-76 L 38-59 L 52-65 L 72-46 W 59-69 L 57-39 W 60-42 W 59-67 L 53-65 L 68-53 W 31-60 L 44-50 L 60-66 Lot 57-55 W 43-56 L 69-64 W 62-39 W 61-65 L 65-46 W 53-61 Lot 1480 1658

Total fg-fga

41-71 14-41 14-49 8-47 18-62 20-60 9-42 14-45 16-50 17-54 22-51 25-56 20-52 24-63 26-54 20-62 20-52 25-48 13-50 17-48 23-71 23-63 18-61 25-56 24-54 24-57 26-57 21-54

567-1530 583-1631

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga pct

.577 .341 .286 .170 .290 .333 .214 .311 .320 .315 .431 .446 .385 .381 .481 .323 .385 .521 .260 .354 .324 .365 .295 .446 .444 .421 .456 .389

6-14 5-21 1-8 0-4 8-27 5-13 4-11 2-10 9-23 2-11 3-12 5-14 4-16 2-15 2-7 8-22 1-9 5-9 0-10 6-17 5-19 7-22 1-12 4-8 6-14 5-14 9-14 7-19

.371 122-395 .357 131-436

.429 .238 .125 .000 .296 .385 .364 .200 .391 .182 .250 .357 .250 .133 .286 .364 .111 .556 .000 .353 .263 .318 .083 .500 .429 .357 .643 .368

Free throws ft-fta pct

13-23 7-20 5-15 9-14 4-6 15-18 4-6 5-12 7-10 2-8 5-8 17-27 15-29 7-11 6-11 11-16 12-25 13-19 5-12 4-5 9-10 4-8 6-9 15-20 8-17 8-17 4-8 4-6

.309 224-390 .300 361-549

.565 .350 .333 .643 .667 .833 .667 .417 .700 .250 .625 .630 .517 .636 .545 .688 .480 .684 .417 .800 .900 .500 .667 .750 .471 .471 .500 .667

.574 .658

off

16 6 13 14 18 15 8 6 6 11 11 10 9 17 9 21 13 9 11 9 24 16 16 16 12 11 11 14

352 433

Rebounds/game: 37.6 Assists/game: 10.1 Turnovers/game: 20.1 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.5 Steals/game: 8.4 Blocks/game: 4.3

Rebounds def tot

32 18 25 18 17 27 20 25 24 25 21 29 23 23 30 18 23 26 29 26 37 23 20 29 39 22 28 25

48 24 38 32 35 42 28 31 30 36 32 39 32 40 39 39 36 35 40 35 61 39 36 45 51 33 39 39

avg

48.0 36.0 36.7 35.5 35.4 36.5 35.3 34.8 34.2 34.4 34.2 34.6 34.4 34.8 35.1 35.3 35.4 35.3 35.6 35.5 36.8 36.9 36.8 37.2 37.7 37.5 37.6 37.6

pf

19 15 31 21 16 15 13 27 19 14 20 12 24 14 18 15 13 18 12 16 20 16 18 19 18 18 15 17

a t/o blk stl

26 9 3 1 7 11 6 8 4 6 6 16 11 15 17 13 5 13 6 8 12 18 5 9 14 12 13 9

12 25 39 27 14 17 23 18 20 16 27 20 19 10 15 24 16 21 24 16 33 20 10 29 18 8 18 24

6 1 5 4 2 7 4 3 2 1 1 3 7 7 9 1 1 5 4 9 7 5 3 5 5 4 6 2

pts

avg

21 101 101.0 9 40 70.5 7 34 58.3 6 25 50.0 5 48 49.6 12 60 51.3 4 26 47.7 6 35 46.1 6 48 46.3 7 38 45.5 9 52 46.1 16 72 48.2 16 59 49.1 13 57 49.6 7 60 50.3 8 59 50.9 7 53 51.0 3 68 51.9 10 31 50.8 3 44 50.5 6 60 51.0 7 57 51.2 7 43 50.9 3 69 51.6 8 62 52.0 10 61 52.4 14 65 52.9 5 53 52.9

702 1054 37.6 493 283 563 119 235 1480 52.9 678 1111 39.7 404 342 480 118 268 1658 59.2


2015-16 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME HIGHS SSU 2015-16 Women's Basketball Savannah State Game-by-Game Highs (as of Dec 08, 2016) All games

Opponent COLUMBIA COLLEGE

Date 11/13/15

Score Points Rebounds 101-34 18-EDWARDS,Jeremi 6-DAVIS,Tiyonda

Assists Steals 6-SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 4-FIELDS,Lauryn EDWARDS,Jeremic 3-EDWARDS,Jeremic 2-DAVIS,Tiyonda SHAW,Taylor-Ashle SHAW,Taylor-Ashle BROWN,Deyja 2-HENDRIX,Kenyata 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda 1-HENDRIX,Kenyata 1-FRAZIER, Chelsea WARREN,Rhianna BUIE,Shanikwa SHAW,Taylor-Ashle RICHARDSON,Tan YOUNG,Jada 2-SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 1-YOUNG,Jada EDWARDS,Jeremic BROWN,Deyja SHAW,Taylor-Ashle WARREN,Rhianna 3-WARREN,Rhianna 3-HENDRIX,Kenyata FIELDS,Lauryn 2-FIELDS,Lauryn 2-BUIE,Shanikwa SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 3-FIELDS,Lauryn 2-EDWARDS,Jeremic 1-EDWARDS,Jeremic 2-WARREN,Rhianna HENDRIX,Kenyata FRAZIER, Chelsea FRAZIER, Chelsea YOUNG,Jada

AUBURN

11/22/15

40-62 15-HENDRIX,Kenyata 6-BUIE,Shanikwa

at Florida at Mississippi State

11/24/15 11/29/15

34-99 13-HENDRIX,Kenyata 7-DAVIS,Tiyonda 25-92 8-FRAZIER, Chelsea 7-DAVIS,Tiyonda

GEORGIA SOUTHERN

12/02/15

48-64 12-HENDRIX,Kenyata 6-DAVIS,Tiyonda BROWN,Deyja

at Alabama State

12/05/15

60-49 14-HENDRIX,Kenyata 13-DAVIS,Tiyonda

at Rutgers

12/13/15

at Jacksonville State at Oklahoma State

12/15/15 12/27/15

at Florida A&M

01/01/16

at Jacksonville ALLEN UNIVERSITY

01/02/16 01/04/16

26-65 14-HENDRIX,Kenyata 6-DAVIS,Tiyonda BUIE,Shanikwa 35-50 10-BUIE,Shanikwa 8-SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 48-76 18-HENDRIX,Kenyata 3-WARREN,Rhiann a HENDRIX,Kenyata YOUNG,Jada SHAW,Taylor-Ashle DAVIS,Tiyonda 38-59 9-WARREN,Rhianna 6-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-HENDRIX,Kenyata 4-EDWARDS,Jeremic WARREN,Rhianna 52-65 12-FRAZIER, Chelsea 9-DAVIS,Tiyonda 2-FIELDS,Lauryn 5-FRAZIER, Chelsea 72-46 12-FRAZIER, Chelsea 8-RICHARDSON,Tan 5-HENDRIX,Kenyata 4-FRAZIER, Chelsea

NORTH CAROLINA A&T N.C. CENTRAL

01/09/15 01/11/16

59-69 21-HENDRIX,Kenyata 7-DAVIS,Tiyonda 57-39 12-DAVIS,Tiyonda 9-DAVIS,Tiyonda

MARYLAND E. SHORE DELAWARE STATE

01/16/15 01/18/16

60-42 59-67

at Hampton

1/23/16

53-65

at Norfolk State

01/25/16

68-53

at North Carolina A&T

1/30/16

31-60

at Bethune-Cookman

02/02/16

44-50

MORGAN STATE

02/06/16

60-66

5-FIELDS,Lauryn 4-FIELDS,Lauryn

4-YOUN G,Jada 2-YOUNG,Jada NIXON,Kilah DAVIS,Tiyonda EDWARDS,Jeremic 14-DAVIS,Tiyonda 8-DAVIS,Tiyonda 5-HENDRIX,Kenyata 3-SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 27-HENDRIX,Kenyata 12-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-WARREN,Rhianna 3-WARREN,Rhianna YOUNG,Jada 12-HENDRIX,Kenyata 9-EDWARDS,Jeremic 2-YOUNG,Jada 2-NIXON,Kilah DAVIS,Tiyonda HENDRIX,Kenyata 28-HENDRIX,Kenyata 10-DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-DAVIS,Tiyonda 1-DAVIS,Tiyonda HEND RIX,Kenyata SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 9-SHAW,Taylor-Ashle 10-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-FIELDS,Lauryn 2-FIELDS,Lauryn EDWARDS,Jeremic WARREN,Rhianna 10-WARREN,Rhianna 10-DAVIS,Tiyonda 2-FIELDS,Lauryn 1-FIELDS,Lauryn DAVIS,Tiyonda HENDRIX,Kenyata DAVIS,Tiyonda EDWARDS,Jeremic EDWARDS,Jeremic 23-HENDRIX,Kenyata 21-DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-FIELDS,Lauryn 1-FIELDS,Lauryn

Blocked shots 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda 1-DAVIS,Tiyonda

4-DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-DAVIS,Tiyonda

1-TREADWELL,Capri BUIE,Shanikwa

5-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda 2-DAVIS,Tiyonda

1-FRAZIER, Chelsea 1-EDWARDS,Jeremic 1-RICHARDSON,Tan WARREN,Rhianna DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-DAVIS,Tiyonda 7-DAVIS,Tiyonda

6-DAVIS,Tiyonda 1-DAVIS,Tiyonda 1-YOUNG,Jada 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda

4-DAVIS,Tiyonda

7-DAVIS,Tiyonda

3-DAVIS,Tiyonda


SSU 2015-16 Women's Basketball Savannah State Game-by-Game Highs (as of Dec 08, 2016) All games

2015-16 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME HIGHS Opponent

Date

COPPIN STATE at South Carolina St. at HOWARD

02/08/16 02/13/16 02/20/16

SOUTH CAROLINA ST. at N.C. Central

02/27/16 02/29/16

FLORIDA A&M

03/03/16

vs S.C. State

3/8/2016

Score Points

Rebounds

Assists

Steals HENDRIX,Kenyata SHAW,Taylor-Ashle RICHARDSON,Tan TREADWELL,Capri BROWN,Deyja 57-55 19-WARREN,Rhianna 8-WARREN,Rhianna 5-FIELDS,Lauryn 3-YOUNG,Jada 43-56 13-EDWARDS,Jeremi 13-DAVIS,Tiyonda 2-FIELDS,Lauryn 2-EDWARDS,Jeremic 69-64 13-HENDRIX,Kenyata 12-DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-HENDRIX,Kenyata 1-RICHARDSON,Tan YOUNG,Jada HENDRIX,Kenyata 62-39 18-HENDRIX,Kenyata 13-DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-FIELDS,Lauryn 3-WARREN,Rhianna 61-65 14-EDWARDS,Jeremi 10-DAVIS,Tiyonda 4-FIELDS,Lauryn 3-EDWARDS,Jeremic

65-46 23-HENDRIX,Kenyata 6-WARREN,Rhianna 4-FIELDS,Lauryn 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda DAVIS,Tiyonda WARREN,Rhianna 53-61 12-DAVIS,Tiyonda 10-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-EDWARDS,Jeremic 2-DAVIS,Tiyonda BROWN,Deyja

Blocked shots

2-HENDRIX,Kenyata 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda 3-TREADWELL,Capri

4-DAVIS,Tiyonda 1-DAVIS,Tiyonda HENDRIX,Ken yata SHAW,Taylor-Ashle BROWN,Deyja 3-DAVIS,Tiyonda 2-DAVIS,Tiyonda


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1 Caprisha TREADWELL C * 6-2 Senior Chicago, Ill.

10

Kenyata HENDRIX G * 5-10 Senior Carrollton, Ga.

11

Kierstan GREEN G * 5-8 Junior Savannah, Ga.

24

Rhianna WARREN G * 5-8 Senior Columbus, Ga.

25

3

4

5

Taylor-Ashley SHAW Jacqualine ANDERSON Lauryn FIELDS G * 5-9 G * 5-6 G * 5-5 Senior Sophomore Junior Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Savannah, Ga. Cape May Crt House, N.J.

14 Praise RUSSELL G * 5-6 Freshman Jacksonville, Fla.

32

20 Lauren “Gaby” MOSS G * 5-8 Graduate Alexandria, Va.

33

22 Charmia GRAHAM F * 6-2 Senior Richmond Hill, Ga.

44

Deyja BROWN Jessica SATTERWHITE G * 5-8 F * 6-3 Junior Freshman Hampton, S.C. Ruffin, S.C.

Jeremica EDWARDS F * 5-10 Senior New Orleans, La.

Aiyannah PEAL G * 6-0 R-Junior Willow Grove, Pa.

Tiyonda DAVIS C * 6-4 Senior Athens, Ga.

Cedric BAKER Head Coach Fourteenth Season Voorhees ‘90

Brenda WARREN Assistant Coach Fourth Season Voorhees ‘ XX

Andy Harre Assistant Coach First Season Central Florida ‘05

Ronald Booker Assistant Coach XX Season XXXXX ‘XX

55 Reynetta PHILLIPS C * 6-8 Senior Marshall, Texas


Date Opponent Location Time NOV. 3 MIDDLE GEORGIA COLLEGE (EXB) SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. NOV. 7 ARMSTRONG STATE UNIVERSITY (EXB) SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. Nov. 11 at Seton Hall University South Orange, N.J. 11 a.m. NOV. 13 COLUMBIA COLLEGE SAVANNAH, GA. 4 P.M. NOV. 15 ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY SAVANNAH, GA. 7 P.M. Nov. 22 at Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 8 p.m. Nov. 26 at Kennesaw State University Kennesaw, Ga. noon NOV. 29 JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY SAVANNAH, GA. 7 P.M. DEC. 1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. DEC. 3 JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY SAVANNAH, GA. 4 P.M. Dec. 11 at Auburn University Auburn, Ala. 3 p.m. Dec. 18 at University of Washington Seattle, Wash. 5 p.m. DEC. 21 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA SAVANNAH, GA. 7 P.M. Jan. 2 at Florida Gulf Coast University Ft. Myers, Fla. 7 p.m. JAN. 4 BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. Jan. 7 at Norfolk State University* Norfolk, Va. 4 p.m. Jan. 9 at Hampton University* Hampton, Va. 5 p.m. JAN. 14 FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 4 P.M. Jan. 16 at South Carolina State University* Orangeburg, S.C. 5:30 p.m. JAN. 21 MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 4 P.M. JAN. 23 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. Jan. 28 at Howard University* Washington, D.C. 2 p.m. Jan. 30 at University of Maryland Eastern Shore* Princess Anne, Md. 5:30 p.m. FEB. 4 HAMPTON UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 4 P.M. FEB. 6 NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. FEB. 13 ALLEN UNIVERSITY SAVANNAH, GA. 7 P.M. Feb. 18 at Morgan State University* Baltimore, Md. 2 p.m. FEB. 20 COPPIN STATE UNIVERSITY* SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. Feb. 25 at North Carolina State A&T University* Greensboro, N.C. 2 p.m. Feb. 27 at North Carolina Central University* Durham, N.C. 5:30 p.m. MARCH 2 SOUTH CAROLINA ST. UNIVERSITY>* SAVANNAH, GA. 6 P.M. MEAC Championship Tournament March 6-11 TBA

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