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Winter 2013- 2014

MEDIA WOMEN’S GUIDE BASKETBALL


WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2013-2014 Table of Contents Quick Facts .................................................................................................. 3 Director of Athletics..................................................................................... 4 Wilmington University at a Glance .............................................................. 5 Head Coach Tiffany Silver ............................................................................ 6 Assistant Coach Mary Rotimi ....................................................................... 7 Assistant Coach Colin Smith ........................................................................ 8 Assistant Coach Candice Walker................................................................... 9 2013-14 Schedule ..................................................................................... 11 2013-14 Numerical Roster ........................................................................ 13 2013-14 Wildcats .................................................................................14-25 2012-13 Individual Statistics ..................................................................... 26 2012-13 Results ........................................................................................ 27 2012-13 CACC Standings ........................................................................... 28 2012-13 CACC Tournament........................................................................ 29 Career Award Winners ............................................................................... 31 Record Book .........................................................................................32-45 All-Time Results ...................................................................................46-49 Location Map ............................................................................................ 50 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference....................................................... 51

Quick Facts University Location .........................................................................New Castle, Del. Founded ..........................................................................................1968 Enrollment .....................................................................................3,300 Nickname ...................................................................................Wildcats Colors ............................................................................... Green & White Affiliation .......................................................................NCAA Division II Conference ........................Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC)

Coaches Head Coach ...................................................Tiffany Silver (Second Year) Record at Wilmington................................................... 3-23 (1-18 CACC) Career Record ................................................................................. Same Office Phone ................................................................... (302) 356-2026 Assistant Coach .....................................................................Colin Smith Assistant Coach ................................................................... Mary Rotimi Assistant Coach ............................................................... Candice Walker Student Assistant .......................................................... Amanda Walters Managers .......................................................... Paul Riggio, Monica Weil Trainer ................................................................................Lindsey Good

Team Information

Publication Information The 2013 Wilmington University Women’s Basketball Media Guide is published by the Wilmington Athletics Department, Linda Andrzjewski, Director. Writing, layout, and design by the University Relations Department and the Coordinator of Sports Information. Editor: Dan Lauletta Layout & Design: University Relations Cover Design: University Relations Editorial Assistance: Dan Lauletta Photography: Dan Lauletta, Tim Shaffer, Paul Patton Sports Information Department WU Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 Office Phone: .............................. (302) 356-2020 FAX: .............................................. (302) 328-7376 Women’s Basketball Office: ...... (302) 356-2025

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Home Court ..........................................................Wilmington Athletic Complex 2012-13 Record ...................................................... 3-23 (1-18 CACC, 7th South) 2013-14 Captains ......................................................................................... TBA Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......................................................................9/4 Starters Returning (10+)/Lost ......................................................................4/1 Newcomers ...................................................................................................... 5

Sports Information Women’s Basketball Contact................................................Dan Lauletta Email ..........................................................daniel.j.lauletta@wilmu.edu Phone............................................................................. (302) 356-2020 Cell ................................................................................. (610) 613-8262 Website ......................................................... www.wilmu.edu/athletics Facebook ....................................................................... /WilmUWildcats Twitter ..........................................................................@WilmUAthletics Flickr ...............................................................................WilmUWildcats

Interview Availability Media interview requests for Wilmington head coach Tiffany Silver, her coaching staff, and WU women’s basketball players would be directed to Dan Lauletta in the Wilmington University Athletics Complex. Coaches and players are available for interviews during the week around the squad’s practice schedule and after competition.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski Director of Athletics | Sixth Year As the Director of Athletics at Wilmington University, I would like to welcome you to the 2013-14 academic year. This is an exciting time for the Wildcats, as it is the second full season after we officially opened our facility on Route 40. The new athletics complex will be home to six of our athletic teams, the administrative offices and another state of the art athletic training facility. The facility features a beautiful turf field and outdoor seating for 300, a spacious gymnasium with seating for 400 and additional locker room space. This new facility will enhance the growth of our program and be a sense of pride for all Wildcats. Our athletic teams continue to grow and do well. For the fourth year in a row, the men’s program has won the coveted Restaino Cup in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. This is no doubt a reflection of our excellent coaching staff. This year we plan to build on this success and continue to compete for conference and post-season titles in all of our sports programs. The success of our program is contingent upon the support of the administration the quality of the student-athletes we have in each sport. At Wilmington University we are proud of our strong staff and wonderful student-athletes. This is an exciting era for Wilmington University and the athletic program as members of NCAA Division II. I am very fortunate to be working with an athletic department that has such a fine history and a real vision of what it takes to compete at the Division II level. I am also honored to be associated with a very caring, dedicated and talented athletics staff and coaches and especially our wonderful and diligent studentathletes who work so hard to carry on the tradition of excellence at Wilmington University. I hope that you will take the time to support all of the Wildcats’ teams. Their hard work and contributions to Wilmington University, on and off the competitive field, are to be recognized and commended. It is a great time to be a Wildcat! Yours in Sport,

Linda M. Van Drie Andrzjewski

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WILMINGTON UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE Wilmington University is a private, non-profit university that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas. The University began with a charter class of 194 students in 1968 and now enrolls a diverse student body numbering more than 15,000 annually. Founded as Wilmington College, on September 10, 2007 the institution officially became Wilmington University after the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The name was changed to better reflect the emphasis on bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree programs that distinguish Wilmington University from other colleges as well as to effectively communicate the full commitment and mission of the University. The program of day, evening, and weekend classes serves traditional high school graduates as well as non-traditional adult students in need of flexible scheduling. Classes are primarily offered in 15-week, 7-week, and weekend modular formats. In addition to these face-to-face learning options, Wilmington University offers a wide array of online learning options, including fully-online degree programs and hybrid courses and programs (combining face-to-face and online learning). Wilmington University’s main campus is located near the cities of Wilmington and historic New Castle, Delaware. The campus is easily accessible by air, rail, and bus. Our central location in the northeast/mid-Atlantic corridor of the United States provides students convenient access to the major cities of Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. Recreational areas such as beaches and ski resorts are within easy driving distance. Additional University locations in Delaware include the Wilson Graduate Center, Middletown, Dover, Dover Air Force Base, Georgetown, Rehoboth Beach, and North Wilmington. In New Jersey, Wilmington University offers programs on Burlington County College and Cumberland County College campuses and the Joint Base Education Center for McGuire AFB/Fort Dix/Lakehurst Naval Air Station, in addition to a selection of courses offered at Salem Community College. In Maryland, select Wilmington University teacher-education degree programs are available at Cecil College’s Elkton location. Wilmington University generally serves commuter students and does not provide student housing facilities. However, the University welcomes all qualified students and assists those needing living accommodations by providing a listing of nearby rental opportunities.

Brian August Associate Athletics Director

Erin Harvey Compliance Coordinator/SWA

Dan Lauletta Sports Information Director

Christopher Stella Head Athletic Trainer

Lindsey Good Assistant Athletic Trainer

Amanda Pupillo Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Clint Robertson Faculty Athletics Rep.

Rich Groff Grounds & Facilities Manager

Doug Nowell Assistant Grounds & Facilities

Nick Papanicolas Athletics Associate

Patty Greene Assistant to Athletics Director

Colin Smith Assistant to Compliance

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COACHING STAFF

Tiffany Silver Head Coach | Second Season Tiffany Silver returns for her second season at Wilmington University at the helm of the Wildcats in 2013-14 after an extensive stay in Maryland, having coached at three universities and high schools throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area. Most recently, Silver spent last season as an assistant coach at NCAA Division III Johns Hopkins University, helping the Blue Jays to the second round of the NCAA Tournament and a 24-5 record. She served as the offensive coordinator, working with both the guards and the development of the post players. The Blue Jays won the Centennial Conference and went 2-0 against Top-25 competition last year. Prior to Johns Hopkins, Silver served as the head coach at Western High School in Baltimore for six seasons. She helped lead the Doves to 20 or more wins in all six of her seasons, compiling a 126-30 overall record. During that time, the Doves went 60-0 against Baltimore City competition, including three-straight undefeated seasons. Silver led them to five Baltimore City championships, five regional championships and three state title-game appearances. In 2009, Silver was selected as the head coach for the premiere game of the McDonald’s Roundball Classic All-Star Game which featured the top talent from Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, Delaware and Pennsylvania. Not to be over-shadowed from her team’s dominance on the court, Silver boasted a 100 percent graduation rate and 100 percent college acceptance rate to four-year colleges and universities during her time at Western. Before taking the head coach position at Western High School, Silver spent three seasons at the helm of the Towson Catholic High School team. In addition to coaching, she also oversaw the entire athletic department, serving as the school’s athletic director. During her first season at Towson Catholic, Silver adopted a record of 1-18 and went 11-14 before getting it above .500 and 18-6 overall in her third year. Silver graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 2002 with a degree in sociology after playing three seasons of basketball for the Retrievers.

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COACHING STAFF

Mary Rotimi Assistant Coach | Second Season Mary Rotimi returns to the women’s basketball staff for her second season in 2013-14, assisting head coach Tiffany Silver. Rotimi comes to Wilmington University with multiple years of experience in coaching and athletics. She is currently the head women’s volleyball coach at Manor College outside of Philadelphia and was most recently the eighth grade girls’ basketball coach at Bala Cynwyd Middle School during the 2011-12 season. From 2008-10, Rotimi was the head coach of the women’s basketball and volleyball teams at Delaware Country Community College where she recruited, trained and coached members of both squads. She then moved on to be an intern to the Athletic Director at DCCC for the 2011 academic school year. She helped with game management and site supervisions during all athletic events, as well as monitor student academic eligibility. Rotimi graduated from Lincoln University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Science after playing for the Lions women’s basketball team all four years. She was named team captain all four years while being named to the All-Tournament team as a junior. She also earned Third Team D3hoops.com All-Mid-Atlantic Region and was the Lincoln University Female Athlete of the Year as a senior. Rotimi went on to earn her Master’s in Public Administration with a Graduate Certificate in Sports Managament and Athletics from West Chester University in 2011. She currently resides in Philadelphia.

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COACHING STAFF Colin Smith Assistant Coach | Sixth Season Colin Smith begins his sixth year as an assistant coach of the women’s basketball team at Wilmington University, starting with the 2007-08 season. Smith joined the Wilmington University community after playing for the men’s basketball and soccer teams at Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois. A native of St. John’s Antigua in the West Indies, Smith brings a vast knowledge of the game of basketball to the Lady Wildcat’s program. While in Antigua, Smith was a five year team captain on the U23 Antigua Basketball team, leading the team in rebounds, steals, assist and charges taken in each tournament played across the United States and the Caribbean. After the 2002 season, Smith moved from the U23 team to the Senior Antigua Basketball team and helped lead the team to the Inter-Island Championship and qualifying for the CARICOM Games in 2004. He was also voted the best defensive player in the Antigua Amateur Basketball League in 2003. Smith graduated from Wilmington University in the spring of 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, also minoring in Finance. He then went on to earn his master’s degree in Management Information Systems in 2011 at Wilmington. Smith resides in Newark, Del., with his son Caiden.

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COACHING STAFF Candice Walker Assistant Coach |First Season Candice Walker joins the Wilmington women’s basketball staff for the 2013-14 season after a successful career on the court for the Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds. Walker, a native of Baltimore, Md., was a four-year letterwinner for the Greyhounds, completing her senior season on the court in 2012-13. Her career started off by being named to the MAAC All-Rookie Team in 2007-08 after becoming the first true freshman to start for Loyola at the point guard position since the 1991-92 season. As a freshman, Walker led the MAAC rookies with 252 points and 93 assists while also leading the conference rookies in minutes played. She was named MAAC Rookie of the Week four times as a freshman. She played, and started, in all 30 games for the 2007-08 season. Walker started 24 games while playing in all 30 as a sophomore in 2008-09, averaging 5.8 points with a team high 74 assists. As a sophomore, she set a career high with eight assists against Towson on November 19. An injury derailed her junior season after only four games in 2009-10. Walker came back as a redshirt junior in 2010-11, playing in 33 games. She scored a season high nine points against Iona on February 25 and hit the game-winning shot in overtime against Siena on February 12. Another injury derailed her senior season after two games and was granted a medical hardship waiver to play a sixth year in 2012-13. Came back and played in 18 games as a senior, making one start. Scored a season high five points against Maryland on November 11 and added a season high three assists twice. Following her on court career, Walker was a coach at the Point Guard College, and is a graduate from WBCA’s April 2013 “So You Want to be A Coach”. Walker graduated from Loyola with a Bachelors of Arts in 2011 before earning her Masters of Arts in May 2012. She currently resides in Baltimore, Md.

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SCHEDULE 10

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2013-14 SCHEDULE Lock Haven Saturday, November 9 | Lock Haven, Pa.

Goldey-Beacom Saturday, January 11| Wilmington, Del.

Bloomsburg Saturday, November 16 | Newark, Del.

Georgian Court Tuesday, January 14| Newark, Del.

Delaware State (Exhibition) Wednesday, November 20 | Dover, Del.

Bloomfield Saturday, January 18| Newark, Del.

Lincoln (Pa.) Saturday, November 23 | Lincoln Univ., Pa.

Holy Family Wednesday, January 22 | Philadelphia, Pa.

Chestnut Hill Tuesday, November 26 | Philadelphia, Pa.

Nyack Saturday, January 25 | Nyack, N.Y.

Univ. of the Sciences Wednesday, December 4 | Newark, Del.

Chestnut Hill Tuesday, January 28| Newark, Del.

Post Saturday, December 7 | Newark, Del.

Concordia Saturday, February 1| Newark, Del.

Mercy Monday, December 9 | Newark, Del.

Philadelphia Wednesday, February 5| Philadelphia, Pa.

Holy Family Monday, December 16 | Newark, Del.

Dominican Saturday, February 8| Orangeburg, N.Y.

Georgian Court Wednesday, December 18| Lakewood N.J.

Univ. of the Sciences Tuesday, February 11 | Philadelphia, Pa.

West Virginia State Friday, December 20 | Institute, W.Va.

Felician Saturday, February 15 | Newark, Del.

St. Augustines/Ursuline Saturday, December 21 | Institute, W.Va.

Goldey-Beacom Tuesday, February 18 | Newark, Del.

Lancaster Bible Monday, January 6| Lancaster, Pa.

Caldwell Saturday, February 22 | Caldwell, N.J.

Philadelphia Wednesday, January 8| Newark, Del.

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2013-14 NUMERICAL ROSTER No.

Name

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Hometown/Highschool

Major

1 2 3 4 5 10 11 13 21 22 23 24 32 33

Auryonah Nash Tenicia Spence Lauren Brown Cari Callaway Jennifer Carr Tiaja Harrold Theresa Mitchell Jocelyn Rodriguez Allison McDonald Patricia Miranda Taylor Carter Jasmine Lee Tashea Plummer Kathryn Franklin

So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

G G G G G/F G G G C G G G F F

5-3 5-3 5-4 5-4 5-10 5-5 5-5 5-4 6-1 5-5 5-0 5-6 5-11 6-0

Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley Baltimore, Md./Western Bowie, Md./C.H. Flowers Newark, Del./Christiana Federalsburg, Md./Delmar Paulsboro, N.J./Paulsboro Hartford, Conn./Capital Prep. Magnet Wilmington, Del./St. Elizabeth’s Wolcott, Conn./Wolcott Waterbury, Conn./New Britain Edgewood, Md./Western Chestertown, Md./Kent County Landover Hills, Md./Parkdale Richmond, Va./Huguenot

General Studies Criminal Justice Psychology Sports Management Sports Management General Studies Behavioral Science General Studies Behavioral Science Criminal Justice Sports Management Sports Management Psychology Psychology & Criminal Justice

Head Coach: Tiffany Silver, Second Season, (UMBC ’02) Assistant Coach: Colin Smith Assistant Coach: Mary Rotimi Assistant Coach: Candice Walker Student Assistant: Amanda Walters Managers: Paul Riggio and Monica Weil

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3 | Lauren Brown Senior | Guard | 5-4 Bowie, Md./C.H. Flowers Junior Season (2012-13): Played in all 26 games as a junior, making 20 starts at the point guard position – finished third on the team in scoring, averaging 6.9 points per game – led the team with 93 assists (fifth most all-time in single season), averaging 3.6 per game – scored in double-digits in 10 games, scoring a career high 17 points against Nyack on February 2, hitting 8-of-14 from the foul line – dished out a season high seven assists in two games, first against Caldwell and again against Philadelphia – grabbed a career high seven rebounds in three different game, first at Concordia, then against Nyack, and again at Philadelphia. Sophomore Season (2011-12): Played in 18 of the teams’ 24 games as a sophomore, making eight starts – scored a season high 12 point against Philadelphia on January 31 – grabbed a season high five rebounds against St. Thomas Aquinas on November 30 – dished out a career high seven assists at Nyack on February 11. Freshman Season (2010-11): Played in all 26 games as a freshman, making 16 starts, including the last seven games of the season, at the point guard position – scored in double-digits in four contests, scoring a season high 14 points twice, in back-to-back games – scored 14 at Georgian Court, hitting 8-of-13 free throws, before scoring 14 at Post in the next game – dished out a season high four assists against Goldey-Beacom – grabbed a season’s best six rebounds in her first career game at West Chester. High School: Played basketball at Charles Herbert Flowers High School under coaches Patrice Frazier and Makia Staves – named All-County for two years straight – named team MVP – named the MVP during the County All-Star game senior year Personal: Lauren Channel Brown – daughter of Laurence and Connie Brown – has two sisters, Adrienne Brown and Launice Brown – majoring in psychology with a minor in criminal justice at Wilmington University with aspirations of becoming a correctional officer or social worker – from Glenarden, Md. – Favorite athlete is Allen Iverson – Most played song on her iPod is “All the Way Home,” by Tamar Braxton – Best advice: “Leave it all on the court.”

Season 10-11 11-12 12-13 Total

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GP-GS 26-16 18-8 25-19 69-43

FG-FGA 47-177 28-110 59-205 134-492

Pct. 3FG-FGA .266 13-50 .255 3-17 .288 9-31 .272 25-98

Pct. .260 .176 .290 .255

FT-FTA 43-64 26-45 48-84 117-193

Pct. .672 .578 .571 .606

Reb. 60 43 95 198

RPG 2.3 2.4 3.8 2.9

Ast. 38 33 86 157

Blk. 1 0 1 2

Stl. 34 23 34 91

Pts. 150 85 175 410

Avg. 5.8 4.7 7.0 5.9

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33 | Kathryn Franklin Senior | Forward | 6-0 Richmond, Va./Huguenot Junior Season (2012-13): Played in 17 games as a junior, making three starts – scored a career high three points against Chestnut Hill on December 4, in one of her three starts – secured a career high nine rebound at Philadelphia on February 12 – also grabbed eight boards against Philadelphia on February 23. Sophomore Season (2011-12): Played in 21 of the teams’ 24 games as a sophomore, making three starts – scored eight points on the season, sinking a bucket against Chestnut Hill, Bloomfield, and Concordia – grabbed a career high eight rebounds against Chestnut Hill on December 8 – also grabbed six rebounds at Georgian Court on February 16. Freshman Season (2010-11): Played in 24 out of 26 games as a freshman – grabbed a season high five rebounds at Lynn, four of which were on the offensive glass – scored in four games, sinking a basket at Kutztown and again at Holy Family. High School: Three-year letterwinner at Thomas Jefferson High School under coaches Bo Hobbs, Kevin Lovett, and Dionne Wheeles – played one season at Huguenot High School under coaches Bo Jones, and April Robinson – member of the honor roll and scholar roll Personal: Kathryn Franklin – daughter of Milton and Jennifer Franklin – has five siblings, Mike, Zach, Shazier, Anthony, and Andraya – double-majoring in psychology and criminal justice at Wilmington University with aspirations in becoming a FBI dog handler or profiler – from Richmond, Va. – Favorite pro sports team is the OKC Thunder – Would like to coach a basketball team for under privileged children – draws inspiration from her hero and former teammate Victoria Wilson.

Season 10-11 11-12 12-13 Total

GP-GS 24-0 21-3 16-2 61-5

FG-FGA 2-17 3-16 3-14 8-47

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Pct. 3FG-FGA .118 0-0 .188 0-0 .214 0-0 .170 0-0

Pct. .000 .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 2-7 2-4 3-8 7-19

Pct. .286 .500 .375 .368

Reb. 23 28 34 105

RPG 1.0 2.3 2.1 1.7

Ast. 1 1 1 3

Blk. 5 5 7 17

Stl. 3 3 8 14

Pts. 6 8 9 23

Avg. 0.3 0.4 0.6 0.4

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21 | Allison McDonald Senior | Center | 6-1 Wolcott, Conn./Wolcott Junior Season (2012-13): Played in 25 games in her first season as a Wildcat, making 13 starts – finished second on the team with 100 total rebounds on the year, averaging 4.0 per game – led the team with 18 blocked shots on the year – secured her lone doubledouble of the year on December 13 against Lancaster Bible with season highs of 12 points and rebounds – also swatted a season high four shot attempts against Lancaster Bible. Prior to Wilmington University: Played two seasons at UConn Avery Point in Groton, Ct. – named second-team AllNew England – scored 10.7 points and added 9.1 rebounds a game as a sophomore High School: Four-year letterwinner at Wolcott High School under head coach Rick Laferiere – helped lead team to first place in division in 2009 season – named team MVP in 2010 Personal: Allison “Ally” M. McDonald – daughter of John and Linda McDonald – has older sister Kyleigh – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University – from Wolcott, Ct. – Favorite cartoon character is Hey Arnold – Favorite professional athlete is Blake Griffin.

Season 12-13 Total

16

GP-GS 24-13 24-13

FG-FGA 29-83 28-38

Pct. 3FG-FGA .349 0-2 .349 0-2

Pct. .000 .000

FT-FTA 12-20 12-20

Pct. .600 .600

Reb. 94 94

RPG 3.9 3.9

Ast. 1 1

Blk. 18 18

Stl. 12 12

Pts. 70 70

Avg. 2.9 2.9

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4 | Cari Callaway Junior | Guard | 5-4 Newark, Del./Christiana Sophomore Season (2012-13): Played in 25 of the teams’ 26 games as a sophomore, making one start – scored in double figures in three games, starting the season with 11 points at Bridgeport – tied a career high with 15 point at Post on December 1, shooting 7-fo-12 from the floor, including 1-of-2 from three-point territory – also scored 12 points against Chestnut Hill – grabbed a season high six rebounds at Post – recorded three steals in three different games. Freshman Season (2011-12): Played in 21 of the 24 games as a true freshman, making 17 starts – led the team (of who played more than six games) in scoring, averaging 7.0 points per game – also led the team with 28 steals on the year – scored in double digits in seven games, tallying a season high 15 twice – scored 15 first at Dominican on 7-of-12 shooting and again against Concordia on 7-of-12 shooting – collected a season high five steals at Caldwell. High School: Four-year letterwinner in basketball at Christiana High School under head coach Jim Freel – made honor roll at Christiana High School Personal: Cari Leigh Callaway – daughter of Eddie and Melanie Callaway – has three siblings, Jeremy, Katie, and Ellie – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University – from Newark, Del. – Favorite athlete is Allen Iverson – Favorite cartoon character is Scooby-Doo – Her hero is her Mommom.

Season 11-12 12-13 Total

GP-GS 21-17 24-1 45-18

FG-FGA 63-183 40-131 103-314

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Pct. 3FG-FGA .344 3-20 .305 4-13 .328 7-33

Pct. .150 .308 .212

FT-FTA 18-32 10-16 28-48

Pct. .563 .625 .583

Reb. 35 42 77

RPG 1.7 1.8 1.7

Ast. 20 26 46

Blk. 1 0 1

Stl. 28 19 47

Pts. 147 94 241

Avg. 7.0 3.9 5.4

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23 | Taylor Carter Junior | Guard | 5-0 Edgewood, Md./Western Sophomore Season (2012-13): Played in all 26 games as a sophomore and first year player at Wilmington, making 13 starts – finished second on the team with 40 assists – scored a season high 12 points against Washington Adventist on December 6 – dished out a season high four assists on three occasions, first at Millersville, and then at Holy Family, and against Lancaster Bible. Prior to Wilmington University: Played a season at Benedict College in South Carolina for the 2011-12 season – helped the team to a 20-9 record High School: Three-year letterwinner in basketball at Western High School under head coach Tiffany Silver – helped lead the team to a Baltimore City Championship in 2011 – member of the honor roll all four years – graduated top 15% of class Personal: Taylor Nicole Carter – daughter of Rhonda Mackey – majoring in sports management at Wilmington University with aspirations in becoming a sports agent – from Edgewood, Md. – Most memorable sports moment is winning AAU Nationals – Favorite athlete is Diana Taurasi – Her hero and role model is her mother.

Season 12-13 Total

18

GP-GS 25-13 25-13

FG-FGA 41-115 41-115

Pct. 3FG-FGA .357 4-21 .357 4-21

Pct. .190 .190

FT-FTA 23-30 23-30

Pct. .767 .767

Reb. 37 37

RPG 1.5 1.5

Ast. 38 38

Blk. 2 2

Stl. 16 16

Pts. 109 109

Avg. 4.4 4.4

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32 | Tashea Plummer Junior | Forward | 5-11 Landover Hill, Md./Parkdale Sophomore Season (2012-13): Played in 25 of the teams’ 26 games in her first season as a Wildcat, making 17 starts – led the team with 169 rebounds and 6.8 boards per game – fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 6.1 points per game – scored doubledigits in six games, including a season high 17 points on January 12 against USciences – collected two double-doubles (in backto-back games) on the year, first at Goldey-Beacom with 11 points and 10 rebounds, and then against USciences with 17 points and 17 rebounds – collected double-digit rebounds in six games. Prior to Wilmington University: Attended Prince George’s Community College in Maryland High School: Attended Parkdale High School in Riverdale, Md. Personal: Tashea Angela Plummer – daughter of Madison Hayes and Monica Plummer – has two siblings, Montez Plummer, and Dalan Plummer – majoring in psychology at Wilmington University with aspirations in becoming a counselor in relationships and marriages – from Landover Hills, Md. – Best advice: “Be a great role model to others.” – Ultimate achievement was being Athlete of the Month last season – Favorite meal is meatloaf, mashed potatoes, and string beans.

Season 12-13 Total

GP-GS 24-2 24-2

FG-FGA 10-36 10-36

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Pct. 3FG-FGA .278 1-4 .278 1-4

Pct. .250 .250

FT-FTA 8-13 8-13

Pct. .615 .615

Reb. 14 14

RPG 0.6 0.6

Ast. 10 10

Blk. 0 0

Stl. 14 14

Pts. 29 29

Avg. 1.2 1.2

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10 | Tiaja Harrold Sophomore | Guard | 5-5 Paulsboro, N.J./Paulsboro Freshman Season (2012-13): Played in 20 games with eight starts before an injury ended her season early – registered her only double-double of the season at Chestnut Hill, scoring 10 points while grabbing 10 rebounds on February 5 – scored a season high 18 points, hitting three three-pointer, while shooting 7-of-13 at Concordia on January 26 – grabbed a season’s best 12 rebounds versus Molloy in the second game of the season – finished second on the team in rebounds with 5.0 per game. High School: Four-year basketball letterwinner at Paulsboro High School – scored 1,000 points – ranked 36th all-time in scoring in South Jersey – also a member of the track and field team at Paulsboro High School doing javelin Personal: Tiaja Harrold –daughter of Alvin Harrold and Marsha Scott – majoring in accounting at Wilmington University – from Paulsboro, N.J. – Favorite athletes are Allen Iverson and LeBron James – Favorite meal is steak, corn, potatoes, and baked macaroni and cheese.

Season 12-13 Total

20

GP-GS 20-8 20-8

FG-FGA 43-137 43-137

Pct. 3FG-FGA .314 16-49 .314 16-49

Pct. .327 .327

FT-FTA 16-26 16-26

Pct. .615 .615

Reb. 99 99

RPG 5.0 5.0

Ast. 27 27

Blk. 0 0

Stl. 22 22

Pts. 118 118

Avg. 5.9 5.9

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1 | Auryonah Nash Sophomore | Guard | 5-3 Lancaster, Pa./Conestoga Valley Freshman Season (2012-13): Played in 25 of the teams’ 26 games as a freshman, making a pair of starts – came up with 14 steals on the season, scoring 29 points and grabbing 14 rebounds – scored a season high five points at Bloomfield on February 21, adding a season’s best three steals. High School: Four-year letterwinner in basketball at Conestoga Valley High School – three-year letterwinner in track at Conestoga Valley High School – member of the National Scholars Honor Society from 2010-12 Personal: Auryonah Najee Nash – daughter of Juanita Nash – has two younger siblings, Azhan, and Azailya – major is still undecided – from Lancaster, Pa. – Favorite cartoon character is Tweety Bird – Favorite meal is crab legs and corn – Would like to coach basketball at the University of North Carolina.

Season 12-13 Total

GP-GS 24-2 24-2

FG-FGA 10-36 10-36

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Pct. 3FG-FGA .278 1-4 .278 1-4

Pct. .250 .250

FT-FTA 8-13 8-13

Pct. .615 .615

Reb. 14 14

RPG 0.6 0.6

Ast. 10 10

Blk. 0 0

Stl. 14 14

Pts. 29 29

Avg. 1.2 1.2

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2 | Tenicia Spence Sophomore | Guard | 5-3 Baltimore, Md./Western Freshman Season (2012-13): Named CACC Honorable Mention after leading all freshmen with 17.6 points per game in the conference – played in all 26 games as a true freshman, making 22 starts – scored in double digits in all but four games played – scored 20 or more points in 12 games – scored a season high 32 points against Caldwell on February 16, hitting three-three-pointers, tied for the fifth most points in a single game in program history – also had a pair of games with 31 points, first a Georgian Court and again at Philadelphia – had a season high five steals against Caldwell, leading the team with 46 on the year – 458 points was fifth most in program history for a single season. Prior to Wilmington University: Attended Benedict College in South Carolina for one year High School: Four-year letterwinner at Western High School under head coach Tiffany Silver – helped lead the team to a Baltimore City championship in 2007-08, 2008-09, and 2010-11 season – helped lead the team to Region championships for three straight seasons from 2007-08 season to 2009-10 season Personal: Tenicia Antoinette Spence – daughter of Ms. Sharvon Spence – has three older siblings, Antonio Chase, Shawntia Spence, and Latosha Chase – majoring in criminal justice at Wilmington University with aspirations in becoming a forensic profiler – from Baltimore, Md. – Favorite pro athlete is Dwayne Wade – Favorite meal is steak, shrimp, broccoli, and Kool-Aid – Favorite movie is “Taken.”

Season 12-13 Total

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GP-GS 25-21 25-21

FG-FGA 168-453 168-453

Pct. 3FG-FGA .371 31-115 .371 31-115

Pct. .270 .270

FT-FTA 85-109 85-109

Pct. .780 .780

Reb. 79 79

RPG 3.2 3.2

Ast. 28 28

Blk. 3 3

Stl. 43 43

Pts. 452 452

Avg. 18.1 18.1

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5 | Jennifer Carr Junior | Guard/Forward | 5-10 Federalsburg, Md./Delmar Prior to Wilmington University: Played forward at Chesapeake College – helped team to a 24-7 record High School: Played forward at Delmar High School – 1,000 points in high school – Most Valuable Player and First-Team All-State – Varsity letter in basketball and softball – Received Female Senior Athlete award Personal: Jennifer Elisabeth Carr – daughter of James and Patricia Carr – has two siblings Julia and James – Majoring in Sports Management at Wilmington University – from Federalsburg, MD. – Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” – Learned the most from her sister Julia, who always made her want to work harder – Favorite meal is chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn.

11 | Theresa Mitchell Junior | Guard | 5-5 Hartford, Conn./Capital Preparatory Magnet Prior to Wilmington University: Played point guard and shooting guard at Roxbury CC – Helped her team to a 26-3 record High School: Attended Capital Preparatory Magnet School – First Team Athletic Achievement all four years – Holiday Classic MVP Personal: Theresa M. Mitchell – Has five siblings Fatima, Nickelett, Arlena, Allison, and Brian Mitchell – Majoring in Behavioral Science with aspirations of becoming a social worker – from Hartford, CT. – Favorite movie is “Love and Basketball” – Favorite pro sports team is the Miami Heat – Her hero is her sister who is a firefighter.

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22 | Patricia Miranda Sophomore | Guard | 5-5 Waterbury, Conn./New Britain Prior to Wilmington University: Played shooting guard at Roxbury CC – Helped her team to a 19-5 record High School: Played shooting guard and point guard at New Britain High School Personal: Patricia Miranda – daughter of Anthony and Patricia Miranda – Has three siblings Alexandra, Idalis, and Paola – Majoring in Criminal Justice with aspirations of becoming a state detective – from Waterbury, CT. – Favorite movie is “The Breakfast Club” – Favorite meal is crab cakes and scallops with salad – Ultimate achievement would be to own a major business.

24 | Jasmine Lee Freshman | Guard | 5-6 Chestertown, Md./Kent County High School: Four year point guard and shooting guard for Kent County High School, Helped her team to a Regional Championship junior year, Team MVP senior year Personal: Jasmine Nykia Lee – daughter of Karen Dodd – has two siblings Aarrion Rivers and Mya Collins – Majoring in Sports Management with aspirations of owning a sporting goods store or professional team – Favorite cartoon character is SpongeBob – Best advice: “Keep working hard because there’s always somebody working to be better than you.” – Favorite pro team is the Boston Celtics.

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13 | Jocelyn Rodriguez Freshman | Guard | 5-4 Wilmington, Del./St. Elizabeth’s High School: Played four years at St. Elizabeth High School, also played volleyball – Won the state championship in 20122013 season – Blue-Gold All-Star game – 2nd Team All-State and All-Catholic Personal: Jocelyn Gloria Rodriguez – daughter of Grissell Ortega – has four siblings Natalie, Amanda, Christopher, and Elijah – From Wilmington, DE. – Favorite movie is “Freedom Writers” – Most memorable sports moment was winning the state championship her senior year – Favorite meal is pizza and wings.

Front Row (Left to Right): Auryonah Nash, Cari Callaway, Tenicia Spence, Lauren Brown, Taylor Carter, Jocelyn Rodriguez Back Row (Left to Right): Assistant Coach Mary Rotimi, Student Assistant Amanda Walters, Theresa Mitchell, Jasmine Lee, Jennifer Carr, Kathryn Franklin, Head Coach Tiffany Silver, Allison McDonald, Tashea Plummer, Tiaja Harrold, Patricia Miranda, Assistant Coach Candice Walker, Assistant Coach Colin Smithy

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2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATS 2012-13 Wilmington Women's Basketball Wilmington University Combined Team Statistics (FINAL) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

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P la y e r

02 15 03 32 10 23 04 21 05 24 01 12 33

T e n icia S p e n ce D anielle T hom as Lauren B row n T ashea P lum m er T iaja H arrold T aylor C arter C ari C allaw ay A llison M cD onald M egan F ox C allie T am bling A uryonah N ash A m anda W alters K athryn F ranklin T eam T otal.......... O pponents......

OVERALL 3-23 1-18 2-5

HOME 3-8 1-8 2-0

T o t al 3 -P o in t g p -g s m in a v g f g -f g a f g % 3 f g -f g a 3 f g %

2 6 -2 2 24-11 26-20 25-17 20-8 26-13 25-1 25-13 19-3 18-1 2 5 -2 21-6 17-3 26 26

T E A M S T A T IS T IC S S C O R IN G P oints per gam e S coring m argin F IE LD G O A LS -A T T F ie ld g o a l p ct 3 P O IN T F G -A T T 3-point F G pct 3 -p t F G m ade per g a m F R E E T H R O W S -A T T F ree throw pct F -T hrow s m a d e p e r g a REBOUNDS R ebounds per gam e R ebounding m argin A S S IS T S A ssists per gam e TURNOVERS T urnovers per gam e T urnover m argin A ssist/turnover ratio S T E A LS S teals per gam e B LO C K S B locks per gam e ATTENDANCE H om e gam es-A vg/G am N eutral site-A vg/G am e

8 4 7 3 2 .6 1 7 1 -4 6 4 408 17.0 75-225 767 29.5 61-220 585 23.4 59-163 376 18.8 43-137 469 18.0 44-122 353 14.1 41-134 338 13.5 31-92 272 14.3 12-49 106 5.9 11-35 2 3 1 9 .2 1 0 -3 7 269 12.8 8-37 181 10.6 4-16 5202 5200

570-173 703-169

W U -W B B OPP 1570 2033 60.4 78.2 -17.8 570-1731 703-1699 .3 2 9 .4 1 4 113-400 147-466 .2 8 3 .3 1 5 4 .3 5.7 317-458 480-731 .6 9 2 .6 5 7 1 2 .2 1 8 .5 1047 1322 40.3 50.8 -10.6 287 435 11.0 16.7 505 499 19.4 19.2 -0.2 0.6 0.9 231 252 8.9 9.7 38 123 1.5 4.7 1476 2172 11-134 14-150 1-75

.3 6 .3 3 .2 7 .3 6 .3 1 .3 6 .3 0 .3 3 .2 4 .3 1 .2 7 .2 1 .2 5

3 1 -1 1 9 38-122 10-34 2-4 16-49 4-21 4-13 0-2 1-7 6-21 1-5 0-3 0-0

.2 6 .3 1 .2 9 .5 0 .3 2 .1 9 .3 0 .0 0 .1 4 .2 8 .2 0 .0 0 .0 0

AWAY 0-14 0-10 0-4

F -T h r o w f t -f t a ft%

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D at e 11/10/12 11/11/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/21/12 11/26/12 1 1 /2 8 /1 2 12/1/12 12/4/12 12/6/12 12/08/12 12/10/12 12/13/12 12/19/12 1/5/13 01/08/13 1/12/13 01/15/13 01/26/13 1/29/13 2/2/13 02/05/13 0 2 /1 2 /1 3 2/16/13 2 /2 1 /1 3 2/23/13

.7 8 .8 4 .5 7 .6 3 .6 1 .7 6 .6 2 .5 8 .8 0 .6 6 .6 1 .5 0 .3 7

pf dq

24 57 81 3.1 7 2 14 48 62 2.6 29 24 75 99 3.8 40 70 99 169 6.8 73 23 76 99 5.0 47 8 30 38 1.5 48 15 30 45 1.8 26 35 65 100 4.0 62 30 40 70 3.7 32 4 20 24 1.3 9 6 8 1 4 0 .6 23 17 43 60 2.9 36 15 27 42 2.5 34 74 70 144 . 3 2 113-400 . 2 8 317-458 . 6 9 359 688 104 40.3 531 . 4 1 147-466 . 3 1 480-731 . 6 5 445 877 132 50.8 441

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8 5 -1 0 9 48-57 48-84 33-52 16-26 23-30 10-16 14-24 21-26 6-9 8-13 2-4 3-8

Reb o u n d s o f f d ef t o t av g

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1

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t o b lk s t l p t s

2 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

30 66 3 4 6 16 42 1 22 93 1 02 1 34 23 37 6 12 27 41 0 22 40 64 2 17 27 47 0 19 2 27 18 12 10 15 0 11 2 15 0 3 1 0 2 5 0 14 4 11 0 10 3 10 7 9 3 6 287 505 38 231 - 435 4 9 9 123 252

O p p o n en t at B ridgeport vs M olloy at M ille rsville at H oly F am ily at D elaw are S tate at B loom sburg a t U niv o f the S cie n ce s at P ost U niversity C H E S T N U T H ILL W A S H IN G T O N A D V E N T IS T at F elician G O LD E Y -B E A C O M LA N C A S T E R B IB LE G E O R G IA N C O U R T D O M IN IC A N at G oldey-B eacom U N IV O F T H E S C IE N C E S at G eorgian C ourt at C oncordia (N .Y .) H O LY F A M ILY NYACK at C hestnut H ill a t P hila d e lp h ia U . C A LD W E LL a t B lo o m fie ld C olle g e P H ILA D E LP H IA U .

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

Sco re 58-73 72-90 56-94 72-94 46-88 55-96 63-81 75-86 61-60 61-52 53-77 53-84 72-61 55-66 65-86 44-71 58-86 65-68 77-83 56-80 72-78 38-49 60-80 66-88 49-76 68-86

av g

4 5 8 17 .6 236 9.8 180 6.9 153 6.1 118 5.9 115 4.4 96 3.8 76 3.0 46 2.4 34 1.9 29 1.2 18 0.9 11 0.6 157 60.4 203 78.2 A tt. 177 75 322 102 100 187 96 202 120 80 98 204 55 79 144 145 155 75 75 144 144 87 231 166 200 185

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2012-13 RESULTS 2012-13 Wilmington Women's Basketball W ilm in g t o n U n iv e r s it y S eas o n S c h ed u le /R e s u lt s & L ea d e r s (F IN A L ) All games

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 3-23 1-18 2-5

Date 11/10/12 11/11/12 11/17/12 11/20/12 11/21/12 11/26/12 11/28/12 12/1/12 12/4/12 12/6/12

Opponent at Bridgeport vs Molloy at Millersville *at Holy Family at Delaware State at Bloomsburg *at Univ of the Sciences *at Post University *CHESTNUT HILL WASHINGTON ADVENTIST

12/08/12 12/10/12 12/13/12

*at Felician *GOLDEY-BEACOM LANCASTER BIBLE

12/19/12 1/5/13 01/08/13 1/12/13 01/15/13 01/26/13 1/29/13

HOME 3-8 1-8 2-0

AWAY 0-14 0-10 0-4

W W

Score 58-73 72-90 56-94 72-94 46-88 55-96 63-81 75-86 61-60 61-52

L L

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53-77 53-84 72-61

*GEORGIAN COURT *DOMINICAN *at Goldey-Beacom *UNIV OF THE SCIENCES *at Georgian Court *at Concordia (N.Y.) *HOLY FAMILY

55-66 65-86 44-71 58-86 65-68 77-83 56-80

L L L L L L L

2/2/13 02/05/13

*NYACK *at Chestnut Hill

72-78 38-49

L L

02/12/13 2/16/13 2/21/13 2/23/13

*at Philadelphia U. *CALDWELL *at Bloomfield College *PHILADELPHIA U.

60-80 66-88 49-76 68-86

L L L L

L L L L L L L L

NEUTRAL 0-1 0-0 0-1 Att. 177 75 322 102 100 187 96 202 120 80

High Points (19)Tenicia Spence (20)Tenicia Spence (21)Tenicia Spence (22)Danielle Thomas (22)Tenicia Spence (23)Tenicia Spence (21)Danielle Thomas (20)Tenicia Spence (14)Tenicia Spence (14)Tenicia Spence

98 (22)Tenicia Spence 204 (14)Danielle Thomas 55 (12)Tenicia Spence (12)Tashea Plummer (12)Allison McDonald 79 (16)Tenicia Spence 144 (17)Tenicia Spence 145 (13)Lauren Brown 155 (17)Tashea Plummer 75 (31)Tenicia Spence 75 (19)Tenicia Spence 144 (14)Danielle Thomas (14)Tashea Plummer 144 (25)Tenicia Spence 87 (10)Tiaja Harrold (10)Tenicia Spence 231 (31)Tenicia Spence 166 (32)Tenicia Spence 200 (23)Tenicia Spence 185 (26)Danielle Thomas

High Rebounds (8)Tiaja Harrold (13)Tashea Plummer (11)Tashea Plummer (6)Danielle Thomas (6)Allison McDonald (7)Tiaja Harrold (5)Lauren Brown (9)Tiaja Harrold (7)Allison McDonald (8)Tenicia Spence (8)Tashea Plummer (8)Megan Fox (10)Tashea Plummer (11)Allison McDonald

(8)Tashea Plummer (8)Tashea Plummer (10)Tashea Plummer (17)Tashea Plummer (7)Tashea Plummer (14)Tashea Plummer (6)Tashea Plummer (7)Lauren Brown (10)Tiaja Harrold (9)Kathryn Franklin (10)Amanda Walters (6)Tashea Plummer (8)Kathryn Franklin

* - Conference game Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

Games

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Attend

1476 2097 75 3648

Avg/Game

134 150 75 140

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2012-13 CACC STANDINGS

2012-13 CACC Tournament Seeding North Division 1. Caldwell College 2. Dominican College 3. Post University 4. Bloomfield College

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South Division 1. Holy Family University 2. Goldey-Beacom College 3. University of the Sciences 4. Philadelphia University

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2012-13 CACC TOURNAMENT CACC Quarterfinals - March 2, 2013

First Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

S#4 Philadelphia N#1 Caldwell

50 72

S#3 USciences N#2 Dominican

49 61

Erin Mann, Holy Family Brianne Traub, USciences Jeanette Anderson, Caldwell Devonne Richardson, Goldey-Beacom Torey Jones, Caldwell

N#4 Bloomfield S#1 Holy Family

44 60

Second Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

N#3 Post S#2 Goldey-Beacom

42 63

CACC Semifinals - March 8, 2013 S#2 Goldey-Beacom N#1 Caldwell N#2 Dominican S#1 Holy Family

Krystina Agard, Concordia Aubrey Latham, Post Tori Arnao, Philadelphia Lindsey Lopez, Dominican Irene Hudson, Goldey-Beacom

69 70

Third Team All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference

51 67

KC Jentzen, Dominican Ana Cruz, Holy Family Kelly Brady, Holy Family Kristen Blye, Philadelphia Trina Plummer, Felician

CACC Championship - March 9, 2013 N#1 Caldwell S#1 Holy Family

56 66

All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Honorable Mention Jacinda Jones, Goldey-Beacom Tenicia Spence, Wilmington Shauneia McPhearson, Georgian Court Monique Chance, Post Bianca Harris, Dominican Award Winners 2012-13 CACC Player of the Year: Erin Mann, Holy Family 2012-13 CACC Rookie of the Year: Tori Arnao, Philadelphia 2012-13 CACC Coach of the Year: Mark Miller, Holy Family 2012-3 CACC Team Sportsmanship Award: Nyack & Chestnut Hill

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AWARD WINNERS WILMINGTON ALL-AMERICANS Amelia Simmons .........................2009-10 ..................2nd Team Daktronics; .............................................................................WBCA Honorable Mention

WILMINGTON ALL-REGION PERFORMERS Amelia Simmons .........................2007-08 ...................2nd Team Daktronics Amelia Simmons .........................2008-09 ...................2nd Team Daktronics Amelia Simmons .........................2009-10 .................... 1st Team Daktronics

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC PERFORMERS Andrea Jones...............................2004-05 .................................... 2nd Team Nordia Henry ...............................2004-05 ..................................... 3rd Team Michelle Whalen .........................2004-05 .....................Honorable Mention Nordia Henry ...............................2006-07 ..................................... 3rd Team Amelia Simmons .........................2006-07 ..................................... 3rd Team Amelia Simmons .........................2007-08 ......................................1st Team Nordia Henry ...............................2007-08 .................................... 2nd Team Sherrelle Holmes .........................2007-08 ..................................... 3rd Team Amelia Simmons .........................2008-09 ......................................1st Team Kim Parker...................................2008-09 .................................... 2nd Team Amelia Simmons .........................2009-10 ......................................1st Team Tenicia Spence.............................2012-13 .....................Honorable Mention

WILMINGTON ALL-CACC AWARD WINNERS Amelia Simmons .........................2006-07 ...............CACC Rookie of the Year Amelia Simmons .........................2009-10 ................CACC Player of the Year

WILMINGTON CACC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Nordia Henry ...............................2007-08 ..................All-Tournament Team Kim Parker...................................2008-09 ..................All-Tournament Team Amelia Simmons .........................2008-09 ..................All-Tournament Team

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RECORD BOOK SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS Most Points: .......................................................... 94 at Queens College, 11/18/07 ............................................... 91 at Goldey-Beacom College, 1/23/08 .............................................................90 at Caldwell College, 1/5/08 ........................................................ 88 vs. Columbia Union, 11/15/07 ...................................................................... 88, vs. Felician, 12/8/07 ........................................................87 vs. Lincoln University, 2/13/08 ..........................................................86 vs. Briarcliffe College, 1/2/05 ......................................................86 at Georgian Court Univ., 1/8/05 .......................................................................... 86 at Felician, 1/9/07 ......................................................... 86 at Columbia Union, 11/18/06 Most Points, Both Teams: ...........................................................172 at Caldwell College, 1/5/08 ........................................................ 168 at Queens College, 11/18/07 ............................................. 167 at Goldey-Beacom College, 12/1/05 Most Points Allowed: ...................................................96 at Bloomsburg, 11/26/12 (55-96) ............................................95 vs. Holy Family Univ., 2/17/11 (39-95) .................................................... 94 at Millersville, 11/17/12 (56-94) .............................................94 at #14 Holy Family, 11/20/12 (72-94) .........................................93 at West Chester Univ., 11/13/10 (48-93) ...................................................... 93 at Kutztown, 11/20/10 (55-93) .............................................. 90 at California (Pa.), 11/27/10 (50-90) ...........................................90 vs. Molloy (Neutral), 11/11/12 (72-90) Least Points Scored: .....................................27 vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 12/11/10 (27-71) .........................................27 at Philadelphia Univ., 12/19/10 (27-79) ............................................................ 29 vs. Barry, 11/30/10 (29-71) .......................................................29 vs. USciences, 1/17/12 (29-67) Least Points Allowed: .................................................37 vs. Nyack College, 2/14/09 (75-37) ............................................ 39 at Columbia Union, 11/18/08 (70-39) .................................... 39 at Goldey-Beacom College, 1/6/09 (63-39) ..............................................41 at Bloomsburg Univ., 1/2/08 (61-41) Least Points, Both Teams: ........................................87 at Chestnut Hill College., 2/5/13 (38-49) ....................................................88 at Nyack College, 2/4/06 (43-45)

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........................................................ 94 at USciences, 2/21/12 (35-59) .............................................96 at Holy Family Univ., 1/28/06 (38-58) .......................................................96 vs. USciences, 1/17/12 (29-67) Largest Victory Margin: ...........................................................35 vs. Felician, 12/8/07 (88-53) ........................................... 33 vs. Columbia Union, 11/15/07 (88-55) ............................................ 31 at Columbia Union, 11/18/08 (70-39) Largest Road Victory Margin: ............................................ 31 at Columbia Union, 11/18/08 (70-39) ..............................................30 at Queens College, 11/18/07 (94-74) ..............................................................24 at Felician, 1/9/07 (86-62) ................................... 24 at Goldey-Beacom College., 1/6/09 (63-39) ..................................................22 at Nyack College, 1/29/05 (85-63) ...................................... 22 at Chestnut Hill College., 1/22/09 (74-52) Largest Losing Margin: .................................... 59 vs. Holy Family Univ., 2/14/12 (24-83) ............................................56 vs. Holy Family Univ., 2/17/11 (39-95) .........................................52 at Philadelphia Univ., 12/19/10 (27-79) ..................................... 48 at Delaware State Univ., 11/12/11 (32-80) Field Goals Made: .......................................................... 36 at Queens College, 11/18/07 .............................................................35 at Caldwell College, 1/5/08 .............................................. 34 at Goldey-Beacom College., 1/23/08 ......................................................34 at Georgian Court Univ., 1/8/05 ...............................................................33 at Nyack College, 1/29/05 ...................................................33 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/29/08 .............................................. 33 at Goldey-Beacom College., 12/1/05 ............................................................. 32 at Post University, 2/16/08 ....................................................................... 32 vs. Felician, 12/8/07 .....................................................31 vs. #3 Caldwell College, 3/15/08 ......................................................... 31 at Columbia Union, 11/18/06 ......................................................31 vs. Neumann College, 11/23/04 ......................................................31 at Philadelphia Univ., 12/21/07 .............................................................31 at Caldwell College, 2/7/05 Free Throws Attempted: ........................................................................47 at Molloy, 11/17/09 ......................................................... 38 vs. Queens College, 11/30/08 ................................................................38 vs. Nyack College, 2/2/13

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RECORD BOOK ............................................................... 37 at Post University, 2/5/05 ...................................................36 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/21/06 ......................................................36 at Georgian Court Univ., 1/4/11 .......................................................... 36 vs. Post University, 12/10/04 ...................................................36 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 12/4/10 ........................................................35 vs. Concordia College, 2/12/10 .....................................................34 at Bloomfield College, 11/30/04 ........................................................34 vs. Lincoln University, 2/13/08 Free Throws: ........................................................................34 at Molloy, 11/17/09 ........................................................29 vs. Concordia College, 2/13/10 ........................................................28 vs. Lincoln University, 2/13/08 ................................................................28 vs. Nyack College, 2/2/13 ...........................................................28 at Caldwell College, 2/20/10 ......................................................... 27 vs. Queens College, 11/30/08 ...................................................27 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 12/4/10 ............................................................... 27 at Post University, 2/5/05 ...................................................25 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/21/06 .......................................................... 25 vs. Post University, 12/10/04 Free Throw Percentage (10 made): .......................................................1.000 at Felician, 2/22/05 (13-13) ............................ 0.938 at Goldey-Beacom College., 1/23/08 (15-16) ......................................................0.929 vs. Felician, 1/30/10 (13-14) .............................. 0.917 at Goldey-Beacom College., 1/6/09 (11-12) ..................................... 0.913 at Dominican College, 2/16/10 (21-23) ....................................0.889 vs. Bloomfield College, 1/26/08 (16-18) .......................................... 0.882 vs. Post University, 1/11/07 (15-17) ............................................ 0.875 vs. Post University, 1/9/10 (14-16) .........................................0.875 at Kutztown Univ., 11/20/10 (14-16) Three-point Field Goals Made: .................................................... 15 at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 ............................................................ 12 vs. Post University, 1/14/06 ....................................................... 12 at Holy Family Univ., 11/20/12 ..................................................11 vs. Chestnut Hill College., 2/15/11 ........................................................................ 10 at Felician, 1/29/11 ......................................................10 vs. Bloomfield College, 1/26/08 .......................................................10 vs. Philadelphia Univ., 1/28/10 ...............................................................10 at Nyack College, 1/29/05 ..................................................10 at Georgian Court Univ., 11/30/06 ........................................................ 10 vs. Columbia Union, 12/15/05

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.........................................................10 vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/2/08 Three-point Field Goals Attempted: ............................................................ 32 vs. Post University, 1/14/06 ....................................................... 30 at Holy Family Univ., 11/20/12 ............................................................ 28 vs. Post University, 1/11/07 ..................................................28 at Georgian Court Univ., 11/30/06 .................................................... 26 at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 ..................................................26 vs. Chestnut Hill College., 2/15/11 ...................................................25 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/30/07 .............................................. 25 at Goldey-Beacom College., 12/1/05 ............................................................. 25 at Post University, 12/1/12 ...............................................25 vs. Goldey-Beacom College., 2/9/10 Three-point Field Goal Percentage (10 made): ....................................0.588 vs. Bloomfield College, 1/26/08 (10-17) .............................................0.588 at Nyack College, 1/29/05 (10-17) ...................................0.577 at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 (15-26) .....................................0.500 vs. Philadelphia Univ., 1/28/10 (10-20) .......................................................0.476 at Felician, 1/29/11 (10-21) .......................................0.455 vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/2/08 (10-22) ................................0.423 vs. Chestnut Hill College., 2/15/11 (11-26) ...................................... 0.417 vs. Columbia Union, 12/15/05 (10-24) ......................................0.400 at Holy Family Univ., 11/20/12 (12-30) .......................................... 0.375 vs. Post University, 1/14/06 (12-32) Rebounds: ........................................................ 69 vs. Columbia Union, 11/15/07 .............................................. 69 at Goldey-Beacom College., 2/25/05 .......................................................................64 vs. Molloy, 11/11/12 ................................................................62 vs. Chaminade, 11/24/11 ........................................................56 vs. Lincoln University, 2/13/08 ................................................55 vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 2/9/10 ......................................................... 54 vs. Kutztown Univ., 11/15/09 .....................................................53 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/5/10 ....................................................................... 53 vs. Felician, 12/8/07 ......................................................................... 53 vs. Felician, 2/2/06

Assists: ...................................................26 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/29/08 ........................................................ 24 vs. Columbia Union, 11/15/07 ...............................................................23 at Nyack College, 1/29/05

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RECORD BOOK ....................................................................... 23 vs. Felician, 12/8/07 .......................................................................... 22 at Felician, 1/9/07 .............................................. 22 at Goldey-Beacom College., 12/1/05 .............................................22 vs. Goldey-Beacom College., 2/19/08 .................................................... 20 at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 .............................................20 vs. Goldey-Beacom College., 1/22/07 .......................................................... 20 at Queens College, 11/18/07 Steals: ................................................ 20 at Goldey-Beacom College., 1/6/09 ..............................................................19 vs. Nyack College, 1/15/11 ......................................................18 vs. Neumann College, 11/23/04 ...................................................18 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 12/4/10 ...................................................17 vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/26/12 ....................................................17 at Georgian Court Univ., 2/23/10 ................................................................16 vs. Lincoln (Pa.), 12/2/04 ....................................................... 16 at Dominican College, 2/16/10 .............................................................. 15 vs. Post University, 1/9/10 .......................................................................15 vs. Molloy, 11/11/12 ............................................................................ 15 at NJIT, 11/21/06 Blocked Shots: .........................................................9 at Bloomfield College, 1/18/07 ............................................................9 vs. Briarcliffe College, 1/2/05 .................................................................................. 9 at NJIT, 1/5/05 ................................................................9 vs. Nyack College, 12/4/04 ....................................................8 vs. Chestnut Hill College., 12/8/11 ............................................................................... 8 vs. NJIT, 2/12/05 .....................................................7 at Chestnut Hill College., 1/22/09 ................................................... 7 vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 11/28/06 ...........................................................7 vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/1/07 .............................................................. 7 vs. Post University, 2/18/12 ..................................................... 7 vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 2/24/09 ................................................................. 7 at Post University, 2/5/05 SINGLE-SEASON TEAM RECORDS Games Played: .........................................................................................31, 2007-08 .........................................................................................30, 2008-09 .........................................................................................28, 2009-10 .........................................................................................28, 2006-07 .........................................................................................28, 2004-05

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.........................................................................................27, 2005-06 .........................................................................................26, 2010-11 .........................................................................................26, 2012-13 .........................................................................................24, 2011-12 Wins: ..............................................................................22, 2007-08 (22-9) ............................................................................18, 2008-09 (18-12) Wins, Conference: ..............................................................................13, 2007-08 (13-5) ..............................................................................12, 2008-09 (12-8) ..............................................................................12, 2009-10 (12-7) Home Wins: .........................................................................................11, 2007-08 .........................................................................................10, 2008-09 Road Wins: .........................................................................................10, 2007-08 ............................................................................8, 2008-09, 2009-10 Least Wins: ............................................................................2, 2010-11, 2011-12 ...........................................................................................3, 2012-13 Losses: ..............................................................................24, 2010-11 (2-24) ..............................................................................23, 2012-13 (3-23) ..............................................................................22, 2005-06 (5-22) ..............................................................................22, 2011-12 (2-22) Losses, Conference Games: ..............................................................................20, 2005-06 (4-20) ..............................................................................18, 2011-12 (1-18) ..............................................................................18, 2012-13 (1-18) ..............................................................................17, 2010-11 (2-17) Least Losses: ...........................................................................................9, 2007-08 Most Points: ..................................................................2281 (31 games), 2007-08 ..................................................................2017 (30 games), 2008-09

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RECORD BOOK ..................................................................1862 (28 games), 2004-05 ..................................................................1861 (28 games), 2009-10 ..................................................................1835 (28 games), 2006-07 ..................................................................1570 (26 games), 2012-13 ..................................................................1418 (27 games), 2005-06 ..................................................................1335 (26 games), 2010-11 ..................................................................1108 (24 games), 2011-12 Rebounds: ................................................................1283 (407o-876d), 2007-08 ................................................................1143 (399o-744d), 2004-05 ................................................................1091 (369o-722d), 2006-07 ................................................................1068 (388o-680d), 2008-09 ................................................................1047 (359o-688d), 2012-13 ................................................................1035 (352o-683d), 2009-10 ..................................................................936 (294o-642d), 2005-06 ..................................................................878 (322o-556d), 2010-11 ..................................................................871 (298o-573d), 2011-12 Field Goals: ....................................................................839 (31 games), 2007-08 ....................................................................718 (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................................................663 (28 games), 2004-05 ....................................................................642 (28 games), 2006-07 ....................................................................625 (28 games), 2009-10 ....................................................................570 (26 games), 2012-13 ....................................................................494 (27 games), 2005-06 ....................................................................446 (26 games), 2010-11 ....................................................................389 (24 games), 2011-12 Field Goal Attempts: ..................................................................1906 (31 games), 2007-08 ..................................................................1731 (26 games), 2012-13 ..................................................................1725 (30 games), 2008-09 ..................................................................1677 (28 games), 2004-05 ..................................................................1634 (28 games), 2006-07 ..................................................................1607 (28 games), 2009-10 ..................................................................1486 (26 games), 2010-11 ..................................................................1316 (24 games), 2011-12 ..................................................................1292 (27 games), 2005-06 Field Goal Percentage: .................................................................0.440 (839-1906), 2007-08

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.................................................................0.416 (718-1725), 2008-09 .................................................................0.395 (663-1677), 2004-05 .................................................................0.393 (642-1634), 2006-07 .................................................................0.389 (625-1607), 2009-10 .................................................................0.382 (494-1292), 2005-06 .................................................................0.329 (570-1731), 2012-13 .................................................................0.300 (446-1486), 2010-11 .................................................................0.296 (389-1316), 2011-12 Free Throws: ....................................................................461 (28 games), 2009-10 ....................................................................431 (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................................................425 (31 games), 2007-08 ....................................................................412 (28 games), 2004-05 ....................................................................398 (28 games), 2006-07 ....................................................................317 (26 games), 2012-13 ....................................................................313 (26 games), 2010-11 ....................................................................310 (27 games), 2005-06 ....................................................................264 (24 games), 2011-12 Free Throws Attempts: ....................................................................618 (28 games), 2009-10 ....................................................................612 (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................................................596 (28 games), 2004-05 ....................................................................586 (31 games), 2007-08 ....................................................................565 (28 games), 2006-07 ....................................................................483 (27 games), 2005-06 ....................................................................471 (26 games), 2010-11 ....................................................................459 (24 games), 2011-12 ....................................................................458 (26 games), 2012-13 Free Throw Percentage: ...................................................................0.746 (461-618), 2009-10 ...................................................................0.725 (425-586), 2007-08 ...................................................................0.704 (398-565), 2006-07 ...................................................................0.704 (431-612), 2008-09 ...................................................................0.692 (317-458), 2012-13 ...................................................................0.691 (412-596), 2004-05 ...................................................................0.665 (313-471), 2010-11 ...................................................................0.642 (310-483), 2005-06 ...................................................................0.575 (264-459), 2011-12 Three-point Field Goals:

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RECORD BOOK ....................................................................178 (31 games), 2007-08 ....................................................................153 (28 games), 2006-07 ....................................................................150 (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................................................150 (28 games), 2009-10 ....................................................................130 (26 games), 2010-11 ....................................................................124 (28 games), 2004-05 ....................................................................120 (27 games), 2005-06 ....................................................................113 (26 games), 2012-13 ......................................................................66 (24 games), 2011-12 Three-point Field Attempts: ....................................................................492 (31 games), 2007-08 ....................................................................450 (28 games), 2006-07 ....................................................................442 (26 games), 2010-11 ....................................................................431 (28 games), 2009-10 ....................................................................416 (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................................................400 (26 games), 2012-13 ....................................................................376 (28 games), 2004-05 ....................................................................365 (27 games), 2005-06 ....................................................................253 (24 games), 2011-12 Three-point Field Goal Percentage: ...................................................................0.362 (178-492), 2007-08 ...................................................................0.361 (150-416), 2008-09 ...................................................................0.348 (150-431), 2009-10 ...................................................................0.340 (153-450), 2006-07 ...................................................................0.330 (124-376), 2004-05 ...................................................................0.329 (120-365), 2005-06 ...................................................................0.294 (130-442), 2010-11 ...................................................................0.283 (113-400), 2012-13 .....................................................................0.261 (66-253), 2011-12 Assists: .......................................................................................512, 2007-08 .......................................................................................388, 2008-09 .......................................................................................372, 2006-07 .......................................................................................362, 2004-05 .......................................................................................344, 2009-10 .......................................................................................321, 2005-06 .......................................................................................287, 2012-13 .......................................................................................233, 2010-11 .......................................................................................192, 2011-12

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Steals: .......................................................................................292, 2004-05 .......................................................................................287, 2008-09 .......................................................................................270, 2009-10 .......................................................................................248, 2010-11 .......................................................................................235, 2011-12 .......................................................................................233, 2007-08 .......................................................................................231, 2012-13 .......................................................................................229, 2006-07 .......................................................................................188, 2005-06 Blocked Shots: .......................................................................................114, 2004-05 .........................................................................................98, 2006-07 .........................................................................................98, 2007-08 .........................................................................................75, 2008-09 .........................................................................................67, 2011-12 .........................................................................................65, 2009-10 .........................................................................................61, 2005-06 .........................................................................................61, 2010-11 .........................................................................................38, 2012-13 INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points, Career: ....................................2267, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ......................................... 1402, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08 ............................................... 1006, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 .......................................860, Jamie Gallagher (113 games), 2005-09 ....................................... 721, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ..........................................637, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ............................. 629, Danielle Thomas (89 games), 2008-11, 12-13 ..........................................557, Jamie Hensley (111 games), 2006-10 ........................................... 458, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ........................................... 423, Jillian Bennett (60 games), 2007-09 Points, Season: ........................................609, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 ........................................571, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 ........................................547, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2006-07 ........................................540, Amelia Simmons (31 games), 2007-08 ........................................... 458, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ............................................. 416, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ................................................. 414, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09

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RECORD BOOK ............................................. 390, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 ....................................... 381, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 ............................................. 370, Nordia Henry (28 games), 2006-07 Points, Game: ......................... 37, Amelia Simmons vs. Concordia College, 11/15/08 .............................36, Amelia Simmons at Columbia Union, 11/18/06 ...................... 34, Amelia Simmons at Chestnut Hill College., 2/27/10 ...................... 33, Amelia Simmons vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/30/07 ......................... 32, Jamie Gallagher at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 ........................................32, Andrea Jones at Nyack College, 1/29/05 .....................................32, Kim Parker vs. Bloomsburg Univ., 12/3/08 ......................... 32, Amelia Simmons at Philadelphia Univ., 12/10/09 ........................32, Danielle Thomas vs. Cheyney University, 11/17/10 .................................32, Tenicia Spence vs. Caldwell College, 2/16/13 Scoring Average, Career (min. 5 games): .....................................19.4, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 .......................................... 17.6, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ............................................ 16.6, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 .......................................... 12.5, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08 ...................................... 12.2, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ................................................ 12.1, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 .......................................12.1, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 .........................................11.6, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ....................................... 10.8, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 ........................................ 10.2, Janasie Simpkins (6 games), 2011-12

................................................. 311, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 .......................................281, Jamie Gallagher (113 games), 2005-09 ....................................... 239, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ..........................................207, Jamie Hensley (111 games), 2006-10 ..........................................204, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ............................. 198, Danielle Thomas (89 games), 2008-11, 12-13 ........................................... 171, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ........................................... 171, Jillian Bennett (60 games), 2007-09 Field Goals Made, Season: ........................................220, Amelia Simmons (31 games), 2007-08 ........................................217, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 ........................................211, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2006-07 ........................................211, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 ........................................... 171, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ............................................. 143, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 ............................................. 138, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ................................................. 129, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09 ............................................. 123, Nordia Henry (26 games), 2004-05 ........................................122, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05

Scoring Average, Season (min. 5 games): .......................................21.8, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 .......................................19.5, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2006-07 .......................................19.0, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 .......................................... 17.6, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 .......................................17.4, Amelia Simmons (31 games), 2007-08 ............................................ 16.6, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ................................................ 15.3, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09 ...................................... 13.6, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 ............................................ 13.2, Nordia Henry (28 games), 2006-07 ............................................ 12.8, Nordia Henry (26 games), 2004-05

Field Goals Made, Game: .............................16, Amelia Simmons at Columbia Union, 11/18/06 ...................... 14, Amelia Simmons vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/30/07 ......................... 13, Amelia Simmons vs. Concordia College, 11/15/08 .......................13, Amelia Simmons vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 2/24/09 .................................12, Tenicia Spence vs. Caldwell College, 2/16/13 ......................... 11, Jamie Gallagher at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 .........................11, Nordia Henry at Goldey-Beacom College, 1/23/08 .................................. 11, Nordia Henry vs. Philadelphia Univ., 3/1/08 ........................................11, Andrea Jones at Nyack College, 1/29/05 ..................................11, Amelia Simmons vs. Post University, 1/9/10 .........................11, Amelia Simmons at West Chester Univ., 11/27/07 ........................11, Amelia Simmons vs. West Chester Univ., 11/27/07 ......................... 11, Amelia Simmons at Philadelphia Univ., 12/10/09 ............................. 11, Amelia Simmons at Lock Haven Univ., 12/4/09 ...................... 11, Amelia Simmons vs. Georgian Court Univ., 2/12/09 .................................... 11, Tenicia Spence at Georgian Court, 1/15/13 ............................... 11, Tenicia Spence at Philadelphia Univ., 2/12/13

Field Goals Made, Career: ......................................859, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ........................................... 497, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08

Field Goal Attempts, Career: ....................................1862, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ......................................... 1027, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08

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RECORD BOOK ................................................. 778, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 .......................................666, Jamie Gallagher (113 games), 2005-09 ....................................... 627, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ............................. 613, Danielle Thomas (89 games), 2008-11, 12-13 ..........................................593, Jamie Hensley (111 games), 2006-10 ..........................................573, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ............................................ 507, Lauren Brown (70 games), 2010-13 ........................................... 464, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 Field Goal Attempts, Season: ........................................487, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2006-07 ........................................482, Amelia Simmons (31 games), 2007-08 ........................................... 464, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ........................................459, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 ........................................434, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 ....................................... 355, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 ............................................. 339, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ........................................304, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 ..........................................299, Katelin Klingert (28 games), 2004-05 ............................................. 296, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 Field Goal Attempts, Game: .............................33, Amelia Simmons at Columbia Union, 11/18/06 .............................. 28, Tenicia Spence at Bloomfield College, 2/21/13 .................................27, Tenicia Spence vs. Caldwell College, 2/16/13 .............................................. 26, Tenicia Spence vs. Molloy, 11/11/12 .....................................25, Kim Parker vs. Bloomsburg Univ., 12/3/08 ...................... 25, Amelia Simmons vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/30/07 ...................... 24, Amelia Simmons vs. Georgian Court Univ., 2/12/09 .............................24, Amelia Simmons at Dominican College, 2/7/09 ............................. 23, Amelia Simmons vs. Caldwell College, 1/20/07 ........................23, Amelia Simmons vs. West Chester Univ., 11/27/07 ......................... 23, Amelia Simmons at Philadelphia Univ., 12/21/07 ........................... 23, Tenicia Spence at Georgian Court Univ., 1/15/13 Field Goal Percentage, Career (min. 5 made): ................................................... 0.600, Taisha Taylor (6-10), 2007-08 .......................................... 0.484, Nordia Henry (497-1027), 2004-08 .........................................0.467, Kelly Sammons (148-317), 2004-07 .................................... 0.461, Amelia Simmons (859-1862), 2006-10 .......................................... 0.499, Jillian Bennett (171-381), 2007-09 ........................................0.422, Jamie Gallagher (281-666), 2005-09 ............................................... 0.419, Katy Hickman (13-31), 2005-07

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............................................... 0.411, Silvia Jankova (30-73), 2009-11 ............................................ 0.407, Andrea Jones (138-339), 2004-05 .......................................0.401, Michelle Whalen (122-304), 2004-05 Field Goal Percentage, Season (min. 5 made): .................................................... 0.600, Taisha Hylor (6-10), 2007-08 ............................................ 0.506, Nordia Henry (123-243), 2004-05 ...........................................0.494, Kelly Sammons (76-154), 2004-05 ...................................... 0.486, Amelia Simmons (211-434), 2009-10 ............................................ 0.485, Nordia Henry (111-229), 2005-06 ............................................ 0.483, Nordia Henry (143-296), 2007-08 ............................................ 0.475, Jillian Bennett (58-122), 2007-08 ...................................... 0.473, Amelia Simmons (217-459), 2008-09 ........................................0.465, Jamie Gallagher (100-215), 2007-08 ............................................ 0.463, Nordia Henry (120-259), 2006-07 Field Goal Percentage, Game (8 made): ........................................0.900, Nordia Henry at NJIT, 1/10/06 (9-10) .......0.846, Nordia Henry at Goldey-Beacom College, 1/23/08 (11-13) .............................0.833, Kelly Sammons at Felician, 1/19/06 (10-12) .................0.818, Nordia Henry at Dominican College, 1/15/05 (9-11) ............... 0.800, Andrea Jones at Georgian Court Univ., 1/8/05 (8-10) ................... 0.750, Nordia Henry vs. Caldwell College, 2/26/05 (9-12) ............0.750, Amelia Simmons vs. Dominican College, 1/8/08 (9-12) ........0.733, Jamie Gallagher at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 (11-15) ........... 0.727, Amelia Simmons at Northwood Univ., 12/22/06 (8-11) ...0.692, Amelia Simmons at Goldey-Beacom College, 1/19/10 (9-13) .......0.692, Amelia Simmons at Chestnut Hill College., 1/22/09 (9-13) .............. 0.692, Amelia Simmons at Queens College, 11/18/07 (9-13) ...................0.692, Amelia Simmons at Georgian Court Univ., 2/23/10 Free Throws Made, Career: ......................................408, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ........................................... 404, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08 ................................................. 302, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 ....................................... 191, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ..........................................132, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ............................................. 120, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ..............................118, Danielle Thomas (89 games), 2008-11,12-13 ............................................ 117, Lauren Brown (70 games), 2010-13 ..........................................116, Jamie Hensley (111 games), 2006-10 ............................................. 85, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13

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RECORD BOOK Free Throws Made, Season: ........................................146, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 ............................................. 128, Nordia Henry (28 games), 2006-07 ................................................. 122, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09 ............................................. 120, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ........................................111, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................... 111, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 ............................................. 103, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 ................................................... 98, Kim Parker (30 games), 2007-08 ............................................... 87, Nordia Henry (27 games), 2005-06 ............................................... 86, Nordia Henry (26 games), 2004-05 Free Throws Made, Game: .......................................17, Kim Parker vs. Queens College, 11/30/08 .........................................15, Tenicia Spence at Millersville, 11/17/12 ........................................... 14, Amelia Simmons at Molloy, 11/17/09 ......................... 12, Ashley Davison vs. Georgian Court Univ., 12/4/10 .........................................12, Andrea Jones at Post University, 2/5/05 .....................................11, Ashley Baker at Caldwell College, 2/20/10 ...............................11, Nordia Henry vs. Neumann College, 11/23/04 .................................... 11, Kim Parker at Dominican College, 2/16/10 .................. 11, Danielle Thomas vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 1/19/11 ............................ 10, Shantel Brown vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 2/2/10 .................................10, Courtney Coleman at Post University, 1/8/11 .................................. 10, Nordia Henry at Caldwell College, 12/10/05 .............................10, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Caldwell College, 1/20/07 ....................... 10, Andrea Jones vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 1/20/05 ........................ 10, Andrea Jones at Goldey-Beacom College, 2/25/05 ...................................10, Kim Parker at West Chester Univ., 11/25/08 .....................................10, Kim Parker vs. Bloomsburg Univ., 12/3/08 ...........................10, Amelia Simmons vs. Lincoln University, 2/13/08 ........................... 10, Amelia Simmons vs. Concordia College, 2/13/10 Free Throw Attempts, Career: ........................................... 602, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08 ......................................516, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ................................................. 395, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 ....................................... 248, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ..........................................178, Jamie Hensley (111 games), 2006-10 ..........................................171, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ............................................. 151, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ............................. 150, Danielle Thomas (89 games), 2008-11, 12-13 ............................... 127, Erica Macfadyn (74 games), 2006-08, 09-11

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Free Throw Attempts, Season: ........................................179, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 ............................................. 172, Nordia Henry (28 games), 2006-07 ................................................. 159, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09 ............................................. 151, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ............................................. 145, Nordia Henry (27 games), 2005-06 ............................................. 143, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 ............................................. 142, Nordia Henry (26 games), 2004-05 ........................................141, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 ....................................... 140, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 ................................................. 129, Kim Parker (30 games), 2007-08 Free Throw Attempts, Game: .......................................20, Kim Parker vs. Queens College, 11/30/08 ........................................... 19, Amelia Simmons at Molloy, 11/17/09 .........................................17, Tenicia Spence at Millersville, 11/17/12 .................................. 14, Shantel Brown at Holy Family Univ., 3/2/10 ........................................14, Lauren Brown vs. Nyack College, 2/2/13 .............................. 13, Lauren Brown at Georgian Court Univ., 1/4/11 ...............................13, Nordia Henry vs. Neumann College, 11/23/04 ........................ 13, Andrea Jones at Goldey-Beacom College, 2/25/05 ...................................13, Kim Parker at West Chester Univ., 11/25/08 ................................... 12, Ashley Baker vs. Kutztown Univ., 11/15/09 .....................................12, Ashley Baker at Caldwell College, 2/20/10 .................................12, Courtney Coleman at Post University, 1/8/11 ......................... 12, Ashley Davison vs. Georgian Court Univ., 12/4/10 ............................ 12, Nordia Henry vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/21/06 ......................................12, Nordia Henry at Caldwell College, 1/5/08 ..............................................12, Sherrelle Holmes at Felician, 1/9/07 ........................... 12, Sherrelle Holmes at Lock Haven Univ., 11/21/07 .....................12, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 11/28/06 .....................................12, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Saint Rose, 12/29/07 .........................................12, Andrea Jones at Post University, 2/5/05 .................................... 12, Kim Parker at Dominican College, 2/16/10 ........................... 12, Amelia Simmons vs. Concordia College, 2/13/10 Free Throw Percentage, Career (min. 5 made): .................................................. 0.833, Jamee Bush (10-12), 2009-11 ............................................ 0.795, Andrea Jones (120-151), 2004-05 ...................................... 0.791, Amelia Simmons (408-516), 2006-10 .............................0.787, Danielle Thomas (118-150), 2088-11,12-13 ............................................ 0.780, Tenicia Spence (85-109), 2012-13

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RECORD BOOK .....................5, Jamie Gallagher vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 1/22/07 ..........................5, Jamie Gallagher vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/29/08 ................................5, Jamie Gallagher vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/1/07 ................................5, Jamie Gallagher vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/2/08 ...................................... 5, Katelin Klingert at Nyack College, 2/29/05 .................................... 5, Katelin Klingert at Caldwell College, 2/7/05 ....................................5, Kim Parker at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 ....................................................... 5, Kim Parker at Molloy, 11/17/09 ........................ 5, Amelia Simmons at Chestnut Hill College., 2/27/10 .................... 5, Danielle Thomas vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 1/19/11 .............................5, Danielle Thomas vs. Philadelphia Univ., 1/28/10 ........................5, Danielle Thomas vs. Chestnut Hill College., 2/15/11 .................................5, Tenicia Spence at Holy Family Univ., 11/20/12 Three-point Field Goal Attempts, Career: .......................................533, Jamie Gallagher (113 games), 2005-09 ......................................415, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ............................. 379, Danielle Thomas (89 games), 2008-10, 12-13 ..........................................298, Katelin Klingert (55 games), 2004-06 ................................................. 240, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 ....................................... 138, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ........................................133, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 ........................................ 122, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 ........................................... 119, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 Three-point Field Goal Attempts, Season: .........................................188, Jamie Gallagher (31 games), 2007-08 ..........................................159, Katelin Klingert (28 games), 2004-05 ........................................ 154, Danielle Thomas (26 games), 2010-11 ........................................146, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2006-07 ..........................................139, Katelin Klingert (27 games), 2005-06 .........................................135, Jamie Gallagher (29 games), 2008-09 ........................................133, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 .........................................133, Jamie Gallagher (26 games), 2006-07 ........................................ 112, Danielle Thomas (24 games), 2012-13 ........................................ 122, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 Three-point Field Goal Attempts, Game: ......................... 14, Jamie Gallagher at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 ..............................14, Jamie Gallagher vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/2/08 ..................................14, Katelin Klingert vs. Post University, 1/14/06 ...............................13, Tenicia Spence at Holy Family Univ., 11/20/12 ...........................12, Danielle Thomas vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/23/13

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................... 12, Barbara Fleming at Goldey-Beacom College, 12/1/05 ................................... 12, Katelin Klingert vs. Nyack College, 12/4/04 .............................12, Amelia Simmons at Columbia Union, 11/18/06 ........................12, Danielle Thomas vs. Cheyney University, 11/17/10 ..................................11, Danielle Thomas at Post University, 12/1/12 ................................ 11, Barbara Fleming vs. Post University, 1/14/06 ......................... 11, Jamie Gallagher at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/31/08 ................................11, Amelia Simmons vs. Post University, 1/11/07 ............................ 11, Danielle Thomas vs. Dominican College, 2/5/11 Three-point Field Goal Percentage, Career (min. 5 made): ................................................. 0.444, Silvia Jankova (8-18), 2009-11 ........................................0.435, Jamie Gallagher (232-533), 2005-09 ................................................ 0.392, Andrea Jones (20-51), 2004-05 ......................................... 0.378, Amanda Feldman (17-45), 2008-10 ........................................ 0.377, Sherrelle Holmes (52-138), 2006-08 ............................................. 0.361, Ashley Davison (22-61), 2010-11 ..............................................0.353, Tianna Wagner (12-34), 2010-12 .................................................. 0.342, Kim Parker (82-240), 2007-10 ...................................... 0.340, Amelia Simmons (141-415), 2006-10 ..............................................0.333, Shantel Brown (24-72), 2009-10 Three-point Field Goal Percentage, Season (min. 5 made): ................................................. 0.500, Silvia Jankova (5-10), 2010-11 ..........................................0.468, Jamie Gallagher (88-188), 2007-08 ............................................0.468, Jamie Gallagher (36-77), 2005-06 .......................................... 0.461, Amelia Simmons (41-89), 2009-10 ..............................................0.440, Tianna Wagner (11-25), 2011-12 ..........................................0.406, Jamie Gallagher (54-133), 2006-07 ........................................... 0.400, Amanda Feldman (8-20), 2009-10 .................................................... 0.400, Kim Parker (34-85), 2008-09 ..........................................0.400, Jamie Gallagher (54-135), 2008-09 ................................................ 0.392, Andrea Jones (20-51), 2004-05 Three-point Field Goal Percentage, Game (6 made): ..............0.750, Danielle Thomas at Holy Family Univ., 11/20/12 (6-8) ........0.714, Jamie Gallagher at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/24/09 (10-14) ................0.667, Jamie Gallagher at Caldwell College, 12/16/06 (6-9) ........... 0.583, Danielle Thomas vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/23/13 (7-12) ..................0.500, Katelin Klingert vs. Post University, 1/14/06 (7-14)

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RECORD BOOK Rebounds, Career: ......................................... 1079, Nordia Henry (455o-624d), 2004-08 ................................... 1069, Amelia Simmons (348o-721d), 2006-10 ......................................... 342, Jillian Bennett (138o-204d), 2007-09 ........................................... 310, Jamie Hensley (93o-217d), 2006-10 ..........................................289, Kelly Sammons (94o-195d), 2004-07 .........................................275, Jamie Gallagher (46o-229d), 2005-09 ............................. 272, Erica Macfayden (91o-181d), 2006-08, 09-11 ....................................... 246, Sherrelle Holmes (63o-183d), 2006-08 ....................................... 240, Candace Phrance (83o-157d), 2010-12 ......................................... 220, Katelin Klingert (57o-163d), 2004-06 Rebounds, Season: ........................................... 312, Nordia Henry (119o-193d), 2007-08 ....................................... 296, Amelia Simmons (95o-201d), 2007-08 ........................................... 290, Nordia Henry (120o-170d), 2006-07 ........................................... 275, Nordia Henry (136o-139d), 2004-05 ....................................... 270, Amelia Simmons (90o-180d), 2009-10 ....................................... 258, Amelia Simmons (96o-162d), 2008-09 ....................................... 245, Amelia Simmons (67o-178d), 2006-07 ......................................... 241, Jillian Bennett (105o-136d), 2008-09 ............................................. 202, Nordia Henry (80o-122d), 2005-06 ........................................196, Michelle Whalen (45o-151d), 2004-05 Rebounds, Game: .........................21, Nordia Henry at Goldey-Beacom College, 2/25/05 .................................20, Nordia Henry at Dominican College, 1/27/07 .................................20, Nordia Henry vs. Lincoln University, 2/13/08 ........................... 19, Amelia Simmons at Lock Haven Univ., 11/21/07 ............................... 18, Nordia Henry vs. Bloomfield College, 2/15/07 .................................... 18, Samantha Retas vs. Chaminade, 11/24/11 ........................17, Tashea Plummer vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 1/12/13 ..............................16, Nordia Henry at Univ. of the Sciences, 1/31/08 ............................... 16, Nordia Henry vs. Dominican College, 12/9/06 .........................................16, Nordia Henry at Post University, 2/5/05 .............................16, Amelia Simmons at Holy Family Univ., 1/15/08 .............16, Amelia Simmons vs. St. Thomas Aquinas College., 1/3/07 ......................... 16, Amelia Simmons vs. Concordia College, 11/15/08 Rebounding Average, Career (min. 5 games): ............................................ 9.6, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08 .......................................9.1, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 .........................................7.3, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05

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......................................... 6.8, Tashea Plummer (25 games), 2012-13 ..........................................6.5, Samantha Retas (13 games), 2011-12 ............................................ 5.7, Jillian Bennett (60 games), 2007-09 ........................................ 5.1, Candace Phrance (47 games), 2010-12 ................................................ 5.0 Tiaja Harrold (20 games), 2012-13 ...........................................4.9, Kelly Sammons (59 games), 2004-07 ........................................ 4.2, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 Rebounding Average, Season (min. 5 games): ............................................ 10.6, Nordia Henry (26 games), 2004-05 ............................................ 10.4, Nordia Henry (28 games), 2006-07 ............................................ 10.1, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 ........................................ 9.6, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2009-10 ........................................ 9.5, Amelia Simmons (31 games), 2007-08 ........................................ 8.8, Amelia Simmons (28 games), 2006-07 ........................................ 8.6, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 ............................................ 8.3, Jillian Bennett (29 games), 2008-09 ..........................................7.5, Erica Macfayden (16 games), 2010-11 .............................................. 7.5, Nordia Henry (27 games), 2005-06 Assists, Career: .......................................................... 358, Sherrelle Holmes, 2006-08 .................................................................... 244, Kim Parker, 2007-10 ................................................................ 192, Nordia Henry, 2004-08 ............................................................177, Jamie Gallagher, 2005-09 ...............................................................164, Lauren Brown, 2010-13 .......................................................... 144, Amelia Simmons, 2006-10 ..............................................................132, Shantel Brown, 2009-10 ...............................................................129, Jamie Hensley, 2006-10 .............................................................. 99, Katelin Klingert, 2004-06 .............................................................92, Michelle Whalen, 2004-05 Assists, Season: .......................................................... 182, Sherrelle Holmes, 2006-07 .......................................................... 176, Sherrelle Holmes, 2007-08 ..............................................................132, Shantel Brown, 2009-10 .................................................................... 112, Kim Parker, 2007-08 .................................................................93, Lauren Brown, 2012-13 .............................................................92, Michelle Whalen, 2004-05 ...................................................................... 90, Kim Parker, 2008-09 ..................................................................89, Andrea Jones, 2004-05 ............................................................... 86, Ashley Davison, 2010-11 .............................................................74, Barbara Fleming, 2005-06

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RECORD BOOK Assists, Game: ..............................................15, Sherrelle Holmes at Felician, 1/9/07 .................................12, Sherrelle Homes vs. Post University, 1/11/07 ...................... 12, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/29/08 ...................... 12, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Georgian Court Univ., 1/30/07 .................................11, Sherrelle Holmes at Post University, 2/16/08 ...................................11, Michelle Whalen at Nyack College, 1/29/05 .............................10, Shantel Brown vs. Bloomfield College, 2/28/10 ..............................10, Sherrelle Holmes at Bloomsburg Univ., 1/2/08 ..............................10, Sherrelle Holmes at Lynn University, 12/19/06 ..................10, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 2/19/06 ................................10, Kim Parker at Chestnut Hill College., 1/22/09

Assist Average, Career (min. 5 games): ........................................ 6.1, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ............................................5.1, Shantel Brown (26 games), 2009-10 .............................................. 3.6, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ........................................... 3.4, Ashley Davison (25 games), 2010-11 .........................................3.4, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 .................................................. 2.9, Kim Parker (83 games), 2007-10 ......................................... 2.7, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 .......................................... 2.5, Janasie Simpkins (6 games), 2011-12 ............................................ 2.4, Denise Crudup (30 games), 2008-09 ............................................. 2.3, Lauren Brown (70 games), 2010-13 Assist Average, Season (min. 5 games): ........................................ 6.5, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 ........................................ 5.7, Sherrelle Holmes (31 games), 2007-08 ............................................5.1, Shantel Brown (26 games), 2009-10 .................................................. 3.7, Kim Parker (30 games), 2007-08 ............................................. 3.6, Lauren Brown (26 games), 2012-13 .............................................. 3.6, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ........................................... 3.4, Ashley Davison (25 games), 2010-11 .........................................3.4, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 .................................................. 3.3, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09 ......................................... 2.7, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 Steals, Career: .......................................................... 162, Amelia Simmons, 2006-10 .................................................................... 117, Kim Parker, 2007-10 ............................................................111, Jamie Gallagher, 2005-09

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.......................................................... 109, Sherrelle Holmes, 2006-08 .................................................................. 97, Nordia Henry, 2004-08 .................................................................91, Lauren Brown, 2010-13 ..................................................................83, Andrea Jones, 2004-05 .................................................................82, Jamie Hensley, 2006-10 ..........................................................65, Courtney Coleman, 2010-12 ............................................................... 65, Ashley Davison, 2010-11 Steals, Season: ..................................................................83, Andrea Jones, 2004-05 ............................................................ 69, Sherrelle Holmes, 2006-07 ............................................................... 65, Ashley Davison, 2010-11 ...................................................................60, Ashley Baker, 2009-10 .............................................................58, Michelle Whalen, 2004-05 ...................................................................... 47, Kim Parker, 2007-08 ................................................................ 46, Tenicia Spence, 2012-13 ................................................................46, Shantel Brown, 2009-10 ............................................................ 44, Amelia Simmons, 2008-09 ..........................................................44, Courtney Coleman, 2010-11 ............................................................ 44, Amelia Simmons, 2007-08 Steals, Game: .............................. 8, Andrea Jones vs. Georgian Court Univ., 2/10/05 ................................7, Ashley Baker at Georgian Court Univ., 2/23/10 .................................7, Courtney Coleman vs. Nyack College, 1/15/11 ...............................7, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Caldwell College, 1/20/07 ................................................ 7, Kim Parker vs. Saint Rose, 12/29/07 ...................................7, Kim Parker vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 2/24/09 .......................... 6, Denise Crudup at Goldey-Beacom College, 1/6/09 ........................... 6, Ashley Davison vs. Georgian Court Univ., 12/4/10 ....................6, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 1/22/07 .............................................6, Sherrelle Holmes vs. Felician, 2/10/07 ......................... 6, Andrea Jones vs. Goldey-Beacom College, 1/20/05 .................................6, Andrea Jones vs. Neumann College, 11/23/04 ....................................................6, Andrea Jones at Felician, 2/22/05 ..................................6, Amelia Simmons at American Int’l, 12/29/09 Steal Average, Career (min. 5 games): .............................................. 3.3, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ........................................... 2.6, Ashley Davison (25 games), 2010-11 .........................................2.1, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 ............................................... 2.1, Kristin Hines (14 games), 2004-05 ...............................................2.1, Ashley Baker (28 games), 2009-10

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RECORD BOOK ........................................ 1.8, Sherrelle Holmes (59 games), 2006-08 ............................................ 1.8, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ............................................1.8, Shantel Brown (26 games), 2009-10 ......................................... 1.6, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 ...................................... 1.4, Courtney Coleman (46 games), 2010-12 Steal Average, Season (min. 5 games): .............................................. 3.3, Andrea Jones (25 games), 2004-05 ........................................... 2.6, Ashley Davison (25 games), 2010-11 ........................................ 2.5, Sherrelle Holmes (28 games), 2006-07 .........................................2.1, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 ............................................... 2.1, Kristin Hines (14 games), 2004-05 ...............................................2.1, Ashley Baker (28 games), 2009-10 ............................................1.8, Shantel Brown (26 games), 2009-10 ............................................ 1.8, Tenicia Spence (26 games), 2012-13 ...................................... 1.7, Courtney Coleman (26 games), 2010-11 ......................................... 1.6, Barbara Fleming (27 games), 2005-06 .................................................. 1.6, Kim Parker (27 games), 2008-09 Blocked Shots, Career: ................................................................ 170, Nordia Henry, 2004-08 .......................................................... 116, Amelia Simmons, 2006-10 .................................................................43, Jamie Hensley, 2006-10 ............................................................ 35, Candace Phrance, 2010-12 ...............................................................29, Kelly Sammons, 2004-07 .............................................................28, Michelle Whalen, 2004-05 .............................................................25, Kimberly Walton, 2004-05 .................................................. 25, Erica Macfayden, 2006-08, 09-11 ................................................................ 21, Jillian Bennett, 2007-09 ........................................................... 18, Allison McDonald, 2012-13 Blocked Shots, Season: .................................................................. 49, Nordia Henry, 2004-05 .................................................................. 42, Nordia Henry, 2006-07 ............................................................ 40, Amelia Simmons, 2007-08 .................................................................. 40, Nordia Henry, 2007-08 .................................................................. 39, Nordia Henry, 2005-06 ............................................................ 32, Amelia Simmons, 2008-09 .............................................................28, Michelle Whalen, 2004-05 .............................................................25, Kimberly Walton, 2011-12 ............................................................ 23, Amelia Simmons, 2009-10 ............................................................ 21, Amelia Simmons, 2006-07 ............................................................ 21, Candace Phrance, 2010-11

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Blocked Shots, Game: ......................................... 7, Nordia Henry vs. Nyack College, 12/4/04 ........................... 6, Amelia Simmons vs. Bloomfield College, 1/26/08 .................................. 5, Nordia Henry at Bloomfield College, 1/18/07 .................................... 5, Nordia Henry vs. Philadelphia Univ., 2/1/07 ...........................5, Candace Phrance at West Chester Univ., 11/13/10 ................................5, Amelia Simmons vs. Holy Family Univ., 2/5/08 .............................4, Jillian Bennett vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 2/24/09 ..................................... 4, Nordia Henry vs. Briarcliffe College, 1/2/05 ..........................................................4, Nordia Henry at NJIT, 1/10/06 ............................................................4, Nordia Henry at NJIT, 1/5/05 .............................4, Nordia Henry vs. Univ. of the Sciences, 11/28/06 ............................... 4, Nordia Henry at St. Thomas Aquinas, 12/15/07 ...........................4, Nordia Henry at Goldey-Beacom College, 2/25/05 ...........................................4, Nordia Henry at Post University, 2/5/05 ...............................4, Amelia Simmons vs. Caldwell College, 2/21/09 .....................................4, Kimberly Walton at Nyack College, 2/11/12 .............................4, Kimberly Walton at Dominican College, 1/28/12 Block Average, Career (min. 5 games): ............................................ 1.5, Nordia Henry (112 games), 2004-08 .........................................1.1, Kimberly Walton (22 games), 2011-12 .........................................1.0, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 .......................................1.0, Amelia Simmons (117 games), 2006-10 ..........................................0.9, Samantha Retas (13 games), 2011-12 ........................................ 0.7, Candace Phrance (47 games), 2010-12 ......................................0.7, Monique Stephens (15 games), 2009-10 ........................................0.7, Allison McDonald (25 games), 2012-13 ................................................0.6, Janae Butler (23 games), 2009-10 ...........................................0.5, Kelly Sammons (59 games), 2004-07 Block Average, Season (min. 5 games): .............................................. 1.9, Nordia Henry (26 games), 2004-05 .............................................. 1.5, Nordia Henry (28 games), 2006-07 .............................................. 1.4, Nordia Henry (27 games), 2005-06 ........................................ 1.3, Amelia Simmons (31 games), 2007-08 .............................................. 1.3, Nordia Henry (31 games), 2007-08 .........................................1.1, Kimberly Walton (22 games), 2011-12 ........................................ 1.1, Amelia Simmons (30 games), 2008-09 .........................................1.0, Michelle Whalen (27 games), 2004-05 ..........................................0.9, Samantha Retas (13 games), 2011-12 ..........................................0.9, Erica Macfayden (16 games), 2010-11

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RECORD BOOK Games Played, Career: .......................................................... 117, Amelia Simmons, 2006-10 ............................................................113, Jamie Gallagher, 2005-09 ................................................................ 112, Nordia Henry, 2004-08 ...............................................................111, Jamie Hensley, 2006-10 ..................................................89, Danielle Thomas, 2008-11, 12-13 ...................................................................... 83, Kim Parker, 2007-10 ............................................................81, Monica Hofmann, 2004-07 .................................................. 74, Erica Macfayden, 2006-08, 09-11 .................................................................70, Lauren Brown, 2010-13 .............................................................62, Kathryn Franklin, 2010-13 Games Played, Season: .................................................................31, Jamie Hensley, 2007-08 ..............................................................31, Jamie Gallagher, 2007-08 ............................................................ 31, Amelia Simmons, 2007-08 .................................................................. 31, Nordia Henry, 2007-08 ............................................................ 31, Sherrelle Holmes, 2007-08 ................................................................ 31, Jillian Bennett, 2007-08 ...................................................................... 30, Kim Parker, 2007-08 ............................................................ 30, Amelia Simmons, 2008-09 .................................................................30, Jamie Hensley, 2008-09 ................................................................ 30, Denise Crudup, 2008-09

........................................................ 2120, Sherrelle Holmes, 2006-08 .............................................................1784, Lauren Brown, 2010-13 .......................................................... 1644, Katelin Klingert, 2004-06 ...........................................................1575, Kelly Sammons, 2004-07 ........................................................1317, Monica Hofmann, 2004-07 Minutes Played, Season: ........................................................ 1114, Amelia Simmons, 2007-08 ........................................................ 1089, Sherrelle Holmes, 2007-08 ........................................................ 1063, Amelia Simmons, 2008-09 ........................................................ 1031, Sherrelle Holmes, 2006-07 ........................................................ 1024, Amelia Simmons, 2006-07 .......................................................... 990, Amelia Simmons, 2009-10 ............................................................982, Jamie Gallagher, 2007-08 .................................................................... 972, Kim Parker, 2007-08 ................................................................ 941, Nordia Henry, 2006-07 ...........................................................931, Michelle Whalen, 2004-05

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Games Started, Season: ............................................................ 30, Amelia Simmons, 2007-08 ............................................................ 30, Amelia Simmons, 2008-09 ..............................................................29, Jamie Gallagher, 2007-08 ............................................................ 29, Sherrelle Holmes, 2007-08 .................................................................28, Jamie Hensley, 2006-07 ............................................................ 28, Amelia Simmons, 2009-10 ...................................................................28, Ashley Baker, 2009-10 .................................................................. 27, Nordia Henry, 2006-07 ............................................................ 27, Amelia Simmons, 2006-07 .............................................................27, Barbara Fleming, 2005-06 Minutes Played, Career: ........................................................ 4191, Amelia Simmons, 2006-10 .............................................................. 3312, Nordia Henry, 2004-08 ..........................................................3301, Jamie Gallagher, 2005-09 .............................................................2572, Jamie Hensley, 2006-10 .................................................................. 2352, Kim Parker, 2007-10

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ALL-TIME RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS (NCAA ERA) 2004-05 (14-14, 10-12 CACC) Head Coach: Bill Cleary Captains: Tesa-Patrice Greene, Michelle Whalen, Andrea Jones Date Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 27 Nov. 30 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 10 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Mar. 2

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Columbia Union ............. W 65-53 Neumann........................... W 85-57 at NYIT .................................L 64-74 at *Bloomfield .....................L 60-70 Lincoln (Pa.) ...................... W 60-45 *Nyack .................................L 51-53 at *USciences.......................L 45-72 *Post ...................................L 53-59 Briarcliffe ........................... W 86-66 at *NJIT.............................. W 74-72 at *Georgian Court............. W 86-66 *Holy Family ........................L 52-69 at *Dominican .....................L 62-67 *Felician ..............................L 68-71 *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 80-71 *Bloomfield .........................L 37-64 at *Nyack ........................... W 85-63 *USciences...........................L 54-75 at *Post ............................. W 64-53 at *Caldwell ....................... W 83-72 *Georgian Court ................ W 74-60 *NJIT.................................. W 78-69 at *Holy Family ....................L 60-88 *Dominican .........................L 67-70 at *Felician ..........................L 68-78 at *Goldey-Beacom ........... W 70-51 *Caldwell........................... W 67-66 at $Bloomfield .....................L 64-67

2005-06 (5-22, 4-20 CACC) Head Coach: Bill Cleary Captains: Nordia Henry, Courtnie Hurley, Kelly Sammons Date Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 1 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 15 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 19 Feb. 21 Feb. 25

Opponent/Site ............... Result Briarcliffe .............................L 58-62 NYIT .....................................L 48-60 at *Goldey-Beacom ..... L 81-86 (OT) *Holy Family ........................L 48-74 at *Philadelphia ..................L 48-73 at *Caldwell .........................L 52-57 Columbia Union ................. W 76-61 *Bloomfield .........................L 53-79 * Dominican ........................L 49-73 at *NJIT................................L 46-70 *Nyack ............................... W 68-61 *Post ...................................L 54-61 at *USciences.......................L 49-65 at *Felician ........................ W 74-72 *Georgian Court ................ W 55-43 *NJIT....................................L 53-55 at *Holy Family ....................L 38-58 *Philadelphia ......................L 34-64 *Felician ..............................L 52-56 at *Nyack .............................L 43-35 at *Georgian Court...............L 49-67 *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 66-65 *Caldwell.............................L 66-78 *USciences...........................L 51-80 at *Post ...............................L 63-72 at *Bloomfield .....................L 62-69 at *Dominican .....................L 45-74

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2006-07 (13-15, 10-12 CACC) Head Coach: Bill Cleary Captains: Nordia Henry, Sherrelle Holmes Date Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 9 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 13 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Jan. 30 Feb. 1 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 28

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Columbia Union ............. W 86-72 at NJIT..................................L 54-86 *USciences......................... W 65-58 at *Georgian Court............. W 72-62 *Dominican .........................L 58-60 at *Caldwell ....................... W 84-66 at Lynn......................... L 67-73 (OT) vs. Northwood (in Fla.) ...... W 66-59 at *Philadelphia ..................L 67-72 St. Thomas Aquinas ........... W 61-43 at *Felician ........................ W 86-62 *Post ...................................L 77-85 at *Nyack ........................... W 60-46 at *Holy Family ....................L 52-75 at *Bloomfield .....................L 59-64 *Caldwell........................... W 80-73 *Goldey-Beacom ......... L 81-86 (OT) at *USciences.......................L 47-70 at *Dominican .....................L 66-67 *Georgian Court ................ W 77-56 *Philadelphia .................... W 69-67 *Felician ............................ W 68-44 vs. Bloomfield (@ GBC) ........L 56-72 at *Post ...............................L 58-64 *Holy Family ........................L 43-72 at *Goldey-Beacom .............L 52-81 *Nyack ............................... W 61-46 at $Philadelphia ..................L 63-67

* CACC Contest $ CACC Tournament Quarterfinal

* CACC Contest $ CACC Tournament Quarterfinal

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2007-08 (22-9, 13-5 CACC) Head Coach: Bill Cleary Captains: Sherrelle Holmes, Amelia Simmons Date Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 27 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 14 Mar. 15

Opponent/Site ............... Result Columbia Union ................. W 88-55 at Queens (N.Y.) ................. W 94-74 at Lock Haven .................... W 76-58 West Chester........................L 67-74 *Felician ............................ W 88-53 at St. Thomas Aquinas........ W 71-68 at *Georgian Court...............L 64-70 at *Philadelphia ................ W 83-71 vs. Saint Rose (at AIC) ..........L 75-76 at American International....L 52-65 at Bloomsburg ................... W 61-41 at *Caldwell ................W 90-82 (OT) *Dominican .........................L 60-64 at *Holy Family ....................L 68-75 at *Nyack ........................... W 70-56 at *Goldey-Beacom ........... W 91-72 *Bloomfield ....................... W 76-66 *Georgian Court ................ W 79-51 at *USciences.......................L 68-77 *Philadelphia .............W 67-60 (OT) *Holy Family ........................L 64-81 at *Chestnut Hill ................ W 72-60 *USciences......................... W 55-46 Lincoln (Pa.) ...................... W 88-77 at *Post ............................. W 77-60 *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 78-75 *Chestnut Hill .................... W 75-62 $Philadelphia .................... W 77-69 at %Dominican ....................L 46-74 vs. ^Adelphi ...................... W 79-67 vs. ^Caldwell..................... W 83-62

* CACC Contest $ CACC Tournament Quarterfinal % CACC Tournament Semifinal ^ ECAC Tournament

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2008-09 (18-12, 12-8 CACC) Head Coach: Rob Miller Captains: Jillian Bennett, Jamie Gallagher, Amelia Simmons Date Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 Dec. 20 Dec. 23 Jan. 4 Jan. 6 Jan. 8 Jan. 17 Jan. 22 Jan. 24 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 7 Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 21 Feb. 24 Mar. 3 Mar. 6 Mar. 7

Opponent/Site ............... Result Concordia........................... W 83-55 at *Columbia Union ........... W 70-39 at West Chester ....................L 63-83 Queens (N.Y.) ..................... W 79-65 Bloomsburg ................W 85-77 (OT) Molloy .................................L 45-79 at *Holy Family ....................L 51-62 at *Felician ........................ W 61-43 Lock Haven ........................ W 75-59 American International........L 54-66 *Philadelphia ......................L 66-73 at Franklin Pierce .................L 60-89 at *Goldey-Beacom ........... W 63-39 *Chestnut Hill .................... W 74-52 *Post ................................. W 69-52 at *Chestnut Hill ................ W 74-52 at *USciences..................... W 83-74 at *Philadelphia ................ W 60-59 at *Bloomfield .....................L 66-71 *Goldey-Beacom ............... W 74-52 at *Georgian Court...............L 58-60 at *Dominican .....................L 72-74 *Georgian Court .........W 70-65 (OT) *Nyack ............................... W 75-37 *Holy Family ........................L 54-64 *Caldwell........................... W 84-70 *USciences...........................L 60-65 at $Holy Family .................. W 67-64 vs. %Dominican ................. W 64-55 at ^Philadelphia .................L 63-72

2009-10 (15-13, 12-7 CACC) Head Coach: Rob Miller Captains: N/A Date Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 30 Dec. 4 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 1 Jan. 6 Jan. 9 Jan. 19 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 2

Opponent/Site ............... Result Kutztown .............................L 75-86 at Molloy .............................L 70-75 at Saint Anselm ................. W 57-56 at Bloomsburg .....................L 62-85 at Lock Haven .................... W 74-71 *Holy Family ........................L 58-74 *Philadelphia ......................L 68-69 at *USciences..................... W 68-60 at American International.. W 50-47 vs. UMass Lowell..................L 51-61 *Georgian Court ................ W 79-62 West Chester........................L 64-82 *Post ................................. W 79-53 at *Goldey-Beacom .............L 67-70 at *Nyack .............................L 63-65 *Chestnut Hill .................... W 67-42 *Philadelphia ......................L 77-87 *Felician ............................ W 65-60 *USciences......................... W 63-53 *Goldey-Beacom .................L 67-70 *Concordia......................... W 67-61 at *Dominican ................... W 84-81 at *Holy Family ....................L 57-73 at *Caldwell ....................... W 76-73 at *Georgian Court............. W 62-54 at *Chestnut Hill ................ W 72-59 *Bloomfield ....................... W 72-59 at $Holy Family ....................L 47-73

* CACC Contest $ CACC Tournament Quarterfinal

* CACC Contest $ CACC Tournament Quarterfinal % CACC Tournament Semifinal ^ CACC Tournament Championship

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2010-11 (2-24, 2-17 CACC) Head Coach: Nate Ware Captains: Jamee Bush, Ashley Davison

2011-12 (2-22, 1-18 CACC) Head Coach: Nate Ware Captains: N/A

2012-13 (3-23, 1-18 CACC) Head Coach: Tiffany Silver Captains: N/A

Date Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec. 19 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 23

Date Nov. 12 Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 30 Dec. 3 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 19 Jan. 3 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 17 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 9 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 18 Feb. 21

Date Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 6 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 13 Dec. 19 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Feb. 2 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 23

Opponent/Site ............... Result at West Chester ....................L 48-93 Cheyney...............................L 67-68 at Kutztown .........................L 55-93 at California (PA) ..................L 50-90 vs. Gannon...........................L 50-75 at *Holy Family ....................L 51-87 *Georgian Court ................ W 75-61 at *Goldey-Beacom .............L 46-65 *USciences...........................L 27-71 at *Philadelphia ..................L 27-79 vs. Barry...............................L 29-71 at Lynn ................................L 32-76 at *Georgian Court............. W 65-63 at *Post ...............................L 71-73 at *USciences.......................L 46-67 *Nyack .................................L 49-54 *Goldey-Beacom .................L 62-71 at *Chestnut Hill ..................L 55-66 at *Felician ..........................L 74-90 *Dominican .........................L 55-67 *Philadelphia ......................L 60-67 at *Concordia .......................L 52-79 *Chestnut Hill ......................L 59-65 *Holy Family ........................L 39-95 *Caldwell.............................L 54-86 at *Bloomfield .....................L 37-81

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Opponent/Site ............... Result Delaware State ....................L 32-80 vs.. Chaminade .................. W 59-57 vs.. Hawaii Pacific ................L 63-74 St. Thomas Aquinas .............L 50-56 at *Philadelphia ..................L 49-87 *Chestnut Hill ......................L 43-68 *Bloomfield .........................L 54-72 Millersville ...........................L 52-72 *Goldey-Beacom .................L 42-59 at *Holy Family ....................L 42-88 at *Caldwell .........................L 50-56 *USciences...........................L 29-67 at *Goldey-Beacom .............L 37-66 *Georgian Court ..................L 50-69 at *Dominican .....................L 52-60 *Philadelphia ......................L 43-74 *Felician ..............................L 41-46 *Concordia...........................L 71-78 at *Chestnut Hill ..................L 42-54 at *Nyack ........................... W 57-54 *Holy Family ........................L 24-83 at *Georgian Court...............L 42-60 *Post ...................................L 49-75 at *USciences.......................L 35-59

* CACC Contest

Opponent/Site ............... Result at Bridgeport .......................L 58-73 vs. Molloy ............................L 72-90 at Millersville .......................L 56-94 at *Holy Family ....................L 72-94 at Delaware State ................L 46-88 at Bloomsburg .....................L 55-96 at *USciences.......................L 63-81 at *Post ...............................L 75-86 *Chestnut Hill .................... W 61-60 Washington Adventist ....... W 61-52 at *Felician ..........................L 53-77 *Goldey-Beacom .................L 53-84 Lancaster Bible .................. W 72-61 *Georgian Court ..................L 55-66 *Dominican .........................L 65-86 at *Goldey-Beacom .............L 44-71 *USciences...........................L 58-86 at *Georgian Court...............L 65-68 at *Concordia .......................L 77-83 *Holy Family ........................L 56-80 *Nyack .................................L 72-78 at *Chestnut Hill ..................L 38-49 at *Philadelphia ..................L 60-80 *Caldwell.............................L 66-88 at *Bloomfield .....................L 48-72 *Philadelphia ......................L 68-86

* CACC Contest

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ALL-TIME RESULTS

2004-05 Team; First NCAA Season

2008-09 Team; CACC Tournament Runner-Ups

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LOCATION MAP Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway | Newark, DE 19702

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Directions from main campus Follow directions to New Castle Campus. Continue on DuPont Highway (Route 13/40 South). Bear right to continue on Route 40 West. Cross under the Route 1 bypass and continue on 40. New Athletic Facility parking lot is on the right hand side following Walther Road and the turf field.

Home of the men’s and women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, and volleyball teams.

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CENTRAL ATLANTIC COLLEGIATE CONFERENCE

Wilmington University 320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 (302) 356-9435 Toll Free: (866) 922-2871 Fax: (302) 328-7376 athletics@wilmu.edu www.wilmu.edu/athletics Wilmington University Athletics Complex 1365 Pulaski Highway Newark, DE 19702 (302) 328-9435 Fax: (302)328-7376

1. Philadelphia University 4201 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144

6. Felician College 223 Montross Avenue Rutherford, NJ 07070

2. Goldey-Beacom College 4701 Limestone Road Wilmington, DE 19808

3. University of the Sciences 600 South 43rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

4. Holy Family University 9801 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19114

7. Bloomfield College 467 Franklin Street Bloomfield, NJ 07003

8. Caldwell College 120 Bloomfield Avenue Caldwell, NJ 07006

9. Dominican College 470 Western Highway Orangeburg, NY 10962

11. Post University 800 Country Club Road Waterbury, CT 06708

12. Chestnut Hill College 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118

13. Concordia College 171 White Plains Road Bronxville, NY 10708

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5. Georgian Court University 900 Lakewood Avenue Lakewood, NJ 08701

10. Nyack College 1 South Boulevard Nyack, NY 10960

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