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WMU BASKETBALL IS ... I want to leave a lasting impression on the Western Michigan University basketball program. My wish is that every person that ever associated with me on any level, can see that I was a hard worker and that I did my best to compete my hardest each and every day that I stepped on the court and even off the court. I want to leave a legacy behind that I did my best to improve my personal game and to help my teammates to improve their game. I hope that everyone around me will be able to say that I am a “winner� and I strived for perfection each and every day. Mental toughness and physical toughness are a must to compete at this level and I hope that people can see that I had both. There were days that my body didn’t feel like going, but I went out there and did my best. Coaches continually try to make you mentally tough and I hope that people can see that I was mentally tough. Last of all, I want people to see that I was a team player and would do anything that I had to do to win games and make the team better.

- #11 Molly Dwyer, Senior

Basketball has helped shaped my life in ways that I will always and forever be appreciative for. Being dedicated to something I enjoy and love has taught me valuable lessons that I can use in my professional life. Time management, self discipline and confidence are all things that I have gained and learned as a student athlete. Most importantly I have established relationships with people that I will know and love for the rest of my life. For me, basketball has made an inside and out transformation to become the successful person I am today.

- # 34 Robin Giden, Sophomore


Being part of a team is like being apart of another family. You’re dedicated, you’re committed and you stick together no matter what. There will always be ups and downs but its about how you overcome it. One person can’t do it alone, we all need each other. There can be no selfishness, you have to want the best for each other and the team.

- #15 Aurielle Anderson, Freshman

I LOVE my team! They are what gets me through each day, when things start to get tough its my teammates that pick me up. If I ever need anything they are always there. My teammates are not only teammates, but also they are a huge support system, my roommates, and especially my best friends. Everyone on the team brings something different, whether it be being goofy and making you laugh or being someone you can always talk to. You know when you have to do something that 11 other girls are there doing the same things for the same reasons. Everyone works together, gets along and loves each other. And, when we step on the court we all know what needs to be done.

- #32 Brenna Banktson, Junior

IN PURSUIT.


I chose Western Michigan University because already coming from a Division I program, as well as a junior college, I felt like it was a perfect opportunity to start all over and achieve everything I wanted from when I first started college. The coaches made me feel right at home. Everything they guaranteed me I have received, from an open gym to work out in to becoming a better student. I enjoy all of the time I share with my teammates. They are there when I need a pick-me-up and there to make me better. Just the experience of meeting such great people is good enough for me.

- #3 Taylor Manley, Junior

While playing basketball for the past 15-plus years, I’ve inevitably learned a number of life lessons that I’ll carry with me throughout the rest of my life. With the typical distractions and opportunities of the college life, I developed a self-discipline that will surely lead me to success in the future. I’ve learned that there’s always a bigger, broader picture than the situation at hand and each challenge I face is only preparing me for the next. As one of my favorite icons, John Wooden, says “Don’t let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” I’ve learned through my basketball experience that you can’t do everything perfect. This acceptance hasn’t led me to allowing imperfection or failure, but only fueled my desire and willingness to work harder in achieving the impossible and defying the odds. Throughout the many tests, challenges, and conditions that basketball has presented me over the years, I have set goals that I’ve achieved and imagined limits I’ve exceeded time after time. I’ve ran that one extra sprint, lifted that one extra weight, shot that one extra shot that seemed unattainable at the time. Overall, I have grown unmeasureably as a person and a soldier who fights til the end. The option of giving up is no longer an alternative for me, and I will treasure this new confident outlook forever.

- #12 Sara Vest, Senior


Being a part of a team means having a group of people you can count on. On and off the court your teammates are always there for you, no matter what the situation. I always have someone I can go to if I need anything. Being a part of a team is more than just playing basketball with a group of young women, but a family that grows each year.

- #33 Miame Giden, Sophomore

It means a lot to be a part of this team. We’ve become more then just teammates, we’re like sisters. It’s fun to be part of this women’s basketball team. You grow as a person and a woman. I love stepping out on the court with my teammates because I know that they have my back and I have theirs. We understand what we are battling for and what it takes to get to accomplish our goal. We push each other in a positive way in which we know will improve our game. My teammates challenge me on and off the court, helping me become a better person and teammate.

- #30 Kemmy Dominique, Junior


I love my team! They have given me a home away from home - it’s like having 11 other sisters that I can count on. We have a ton of fun off the court, and on the court we push each other to be the best we can be. We have a great group of girls this year, I’m looking forward to having an awesome season!

- #23 Maria Iaquaniello, Junior

It means a lot to me to be a part of this team. Being with the same girls every day, you become really close with all of your teammates. You start to realize that the girls aren’t just your teammates; they are your best friends and are always there to help you through tough situations. You find yourself hanging out with all of them outside of basketball as well as on the court. When we are at practice we all work hard, and try to have a little fun as well, even if it’s just a joke to make someone feel better or lighten the situation. There is a lot of hard work put into everything, but it all pays off in the end.

- #40 Jenny Loney, Senior


The fact that we have to work together, live together, and battle together makes us like family - sisters. It not only means a lot to me but to the other girls as well to be a part of this Bronco team. We have to work together everyday and it would be very difficult to do so if we didn’t communicate and get along. I like the challenges we get as a team because it makes us grow, and I think the fact that our lives are so intertwined it makes us better.

- #4 DeAirra Goss, Freshman

In my eyes a team is a family, and everything you do affects your family. There is no more thinking of just your individual needs. Every decision you make should benefit not only yourself but the family as well. To be a strong team you have to act as a whole. Teams should be positive and always try to make each other a better person and player. No one is more important than the family and no one can tear it apart. I believe that if we keep that mindset, victory will come after every battle.

- #35 Ebony Cleary, Junior


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Western Michigan is no stranger to travel, as the team has journeyed coast-to-coast over in recent seasons. During the non-conference schedule, the Broncos can be seen all across the United States year-toyear. While basketball is top priority, the team also gets to venture out and do plenty of sightseeing. This is a list of places WMU has visited in the past three seasons or will visit in 2009-10. While In Washington D.C. during the 2007-08 season, the Broncos toured the West Wing of the White House, the Capitol Building and several of the Presidental Memorials.

2006-07 Paradise Jam St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands Washington D.C. Philadelphia Albuquerque San Diego St. Louis North Carolina Chicago Denver New York Baltimore Irvine, Calif. Dallas Cleveland Pittsburgh

WELL-TRAVELED.


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A FAMILY.


WMU BASKETBALL IS ...

Western Michigan has had two players sign professional contracts with WNBA teams in the last three years. Carrie Moore (WMU, 2003-07) and Tiera DeLaHoussaye (2005-09) each had a chance to chase their dream, reporting to preseason training camps with WNBA teams. Moore joined the Phoenix Mercury in 2007 and also the Chicago Sky in 2008. DeLaHoussaye joined the Detroit Shock in 2009. While neither made the final regular season rosters, both appeared in exhibition contests with the WNBA teams and played along the best women’s basketball players in the world. In addition to Moore and DeLaHoussaye’s experiences, Western Michigan has had a number of players go on and play professionally overseas. Western Michigan women’s basketball is covered by a number of local media outlets. These include:

PRINT Kalamazoo Gazette Howard Thomas, sports editor; Jayson Bussa, beat Western Herald Mike Feld, sports editor ELECTRONIC WWMT-TV (CBS) Ed Kengerski, sports director; Andy Pepper WOOD-TV (NBC) Jack Doles, sports director; Jason Terzis WZZM-TV (ABC) Henry Wofford, sports director; Tom Clyde, Dan Harland WXMI-TV (FOX) Brent Ashcroft, sports director; Tim Doty WQLR-1660 AM The Fan Dan Cash, sports director; Host Sports Tonight (weeknights 6-8 p.m.) INTERNET Bronco Insider (subscription) MAC-Sports.com BRONCO RADIO NETWORK WQXC Cool 101 — 100.9 FM: (Flagship)

Last year, ESPNU made its way to University Arena, broadcasting the Western Michigan vs. Bowling Green game on Feb.7, 2009. Over 2,100 fans were on hand that day as the Broncos gave the defending Mid-American Conference champions all they could handle, falling to the Falcons in overtime, 79-77. It was the first nationally televised women’s basketball game from University Arena.


All Bronco home games can be seen LIVE on the internet at www.wmubroncos.com and signing up for Bronco Insider. Fans can also watch post-game press conferences with Head Coach Tasha McDowell and Bronco players. www.wmubroncos.com provides the most up-to-date-information on all 16 Bronco sports.

ON THE NATIONAL STAGE In the past three seasons, Western Michigan women’s basketball players have been featured in several national publications/outlets.

Among these include: ESPNU ESPN.com’s Highlight Reel USA Today SLAM Magazine SLAM Magazine Online FCA’s Sharing the Victory

GETTING NOTICED.


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BRONCO GAME DAY JERSEYS & SHORTS

PRACTICE & WORKOUT

T-SHIRTS, SHORTS & COMPRESSION SHORTS


BRONCO FOOT WEAR

LONG-SLEEVED SHIRTS

BAGS & TOWELS

SOCKS & SANDALS

GEARED UP.


TRAVEL SETS & POLOS

JACKETS & FLEECES


COLLEGE FOOTBALL - SEASON MOST PASSING YARDS - 5833 MOST RUSHING YARDS - 2628 MOST RECEIVING YARDS - 2060 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED - 39 COLLEGE FOOTBALL - CAREER MOST PASSING YARDS - 15,031 MOST RUSHING YARDS - 6397 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - 121 MOST RECEIVING YARDS - 5005 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS - 5 MOST POINTS SCORED - 468 LONGEST PUNT IN YARDS - 99 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES GAINING 400yds OR MORE - 11 MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE - 30 MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER - GAME MOST ASSISTS - 7 MOST GOALS - 8 MOST POINTS - 18 MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER - SEASON MOST ASSISTS - 24 MOST GOALS - 46 MOST POINTS - 108 MEN’S COLLEGE SOCCER - CAREER MOST ASSISTS - 66 MOST GOALS - 109 MOST POINTS - 255 WMN’S COLLEGE SOCCER - GAME MOST ASSISTS - 6 MOST GOALS - 7 MOST POINTS - 16 WMN’S COLLEGE SOCCER - SEASON MOST ASSISTS - 44 MOST GOALS - 37 MOST POINTS - 97 WMN’S COLLEGE SOCCER - CAREER MOST ASSISTS - 129 MOST GOALS - 118 MOST POINTS - 284 MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL - GAME MOST POINTS - 100 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS - 15 MOST REBOUNDS - 51 MOST STEALS - 13 MOST ASSISTS - 22 MOST POINTS IN FIRST CAREER GAME - 52 MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL - SEASON MOST BLOCKED SHOTS - 207 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS BY A TEAM - 315 MOST TEAM POINTS SCORED - 3464 MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL - CAREER MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS - 413 MOST ASSISTS - 1076 MOST POINTS - 37 MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS - 85 MOST GAMES PLAYED - 151 WMN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL - GAME MOST POINTS - 60 MOST POINTS BY A TEAM - 149 MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS - 17 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS - 12

WMN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL - SEASON MOST POINTS - 1062 MOST REBOUNDS - 534 MOST STEALS - 191 MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS - 28

MEN’S COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL - MATCH MOST KILLS - 49 SERVICE ACES - 4 BLOCK SOLOS - 11 DIGS - 27

WMN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL - CAREER MOST POINTS - 3393 MOST ASSISTS - 1307 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS - 391 HIGHEST FIELD GOAL - 70.3%

MEN’S ARCHERY 72 ARROW RANKING ROUND - 687 18 ARROW MATCH - 177 12 ARROW MATCH - 119 27 ARROW MATCH - 260

MEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY - GAME MOST POINTS - 11 MOST GOALS - 9 MOST SHORT-HANDED GOALS - 3 MOST SAVES - 78

WOMEN’S ARCHERY 72 ARROW RANKING ROUND - 682 18 ARROW MATCH - 175 12 ARROW MATCH - 118 27 ARROW MATCH - 258

MEN’S SWIMMING 50m FREESTYLE - 21.64 100m BREASTSTROKE - 59.30 200m BACKSTROKE - 1:44.06 50m BACKSTROKE - 24.99 400m FREESTYLE - 3:40.08 SHORT-COURSE 4X100m FREESTYLE - 3:09.57

PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL MOST GRAND SLAMS IN 1 GAME - 2 LONGEST GAME - 8 hrs 6 mins MOST STRIKEOUTS IN A SEASON - 383 MOST WORLD SERIES WINS - 26 MOST STOLEN BASES SEASON - 130 MOST STOLEN BASES CAREER - 1406

WOMEN’S SWIMMING 50m FREESTYLE - 24.13 100m FREESTYLE - 53.52 100m BACKSTROKE - 59.58 200m FREESTYLE - 1:57.65 200m BACKSTROKE - 2:06.62 400m FREESTYLE - 4:03.85 SHORT-COURSE 4X100m FREESTYLE - 3:34.05 MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD 100m - 9.77 200m - 19.32 400m - 43.18 800m - 1:41.11 JAVELIN - 98.48m MARATHON - 2:04.55 3000m STEEPLECHASE - 7:53.63 HIGH JUMP - 2.45m LONG JUMP - 8.95m TRIPLE JUMP - 18.29m WMN’S TRACK AND FIELD 100m - 10.49 200m - 21.34 400m - 47.60 800m - 1:53.28 100m HURDLES - 12.21 400m HURDLES - 52.34 MARATHON - 2:15.25 DISCUS - 76.80m POLE VAULT - 5.00m LONG JUMP - 7.52m HIGH JUMP - 2.09m TRIPLE JUMP - 15.5m MEN’S MARATHON FASTEST HALF MARATHON - 59.05 FASTEST MARATHON - 2:04.55 PUSH UPS NON-STOP - 10,507 1 MINUTE - 138 5 MINUTES - 441 1 HOUR - 3877 24 HOURS - 46,001 1 YEAR - 1,500,230 MEN’S SHORT TRACK SKATING 500m - 41.184 1000m - 1:24.674 1500m - 2:10.639 WOMEN’S SHORT TRACK SKATING 500m - 43.671 1000m - 1:31.191 1500m - 2:18.861

WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOFTBALL - GAME MOST HITS - 8 MOST HOME RUNS - 4 MOST STOLEN BASES - 7 WOMEN’S COLLEGE SOFTBALL - CAREER MOST VICTORIES BY A PITCHER - 151 MOST SHUTOUTS BY A PITCHER - 94 MOST RBIs - 328 MOST CONSECUTIVE HITS - 10 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES HITTING STREAK - 43 MEN’S PROFESSIONAL BOXING MOST TITLES - 4 MOST TITLE BOUTS - 37 LONGEST CHAMPION REIGN - 11yrs LONGEST UNBEATEN - 16yrs 8mths IN A TOTAL OF 49 FIGHTS MOST CAREER KOs - 145 CONSECUTIVE CAREER WINS - 49 MEN’S PROFESSIONAL SURFING MOST CAREER CHAMPIONSHIPS - 6 WOMEN’S PROFESSIONAL SURFING MOST CAREER CHAMPIONSHIPS - 6 SIT-UPS 1 hour - 8555 MEN’S PROFESSIONAL GOLF LONGEST CARRY WITH A DRIVE ON THE FLY - 408yds MOST U.S. MASTERS TITLES - 6 CAREER WINS - 82 CAREER MAJORS WINS - 18 SKATEBOARDING HIGHEST OLLIE - 44.5 in LONGEST RAMP JUMP - 79 ft FASTEST SPEED STANDING - 62.55mph HIGHEST AIR - 7ft 8in MEN’S CYCLING SPRINT - 10.129 INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT - 4:15.165 1km TIME TRIAL - 1:00.711 WOMEN’S CYCLING SPRINT - 11.21 INDIVIDUAL PURSUIT - 3:24.537 500m TIME TRIAL - 33.952 MEN’S SHOOTING 10m RUNNING TARGET - 590 25m RAPID FIRE PISTOL - 596 50m PISTOL - 666.4 50m FREE RIFLE 3 POSITIONS - 1275.1

IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING

WOMEN’S SHOOTING 10m AIR PISTOL - 490.1 10m AIR RIFLE - 502.0 TRAP - 93 50m RIFLE 3 POSITIONS - 686.1 SKEET - 98 MEN’S SPEED SKATING - EVENT 500m - 34.42 1000m - 1:07.18 1500m - 1:43.95 5000m - 6:14.66 10000m - 12:58.92 WOMEN’S SPEED SKATING - EVENT 500m - 37.30 1000m - 1:13.83 1500m - 1:54.02 5000m - 3:57.70 10000m - 6:46.91 MEN’S WEIGHTLIFTING - EVENT 56kg - 305.0 62kg - 325.0 69kg - 357.5 77kg - 375.0 WOMEN’S WEIGHTLIFTING - EVENT 48kg - 210.0 53kg - 225.0 58kg - 237.5 63kg - 242.5 69kg - 275.0 75kg - 272.5 MEN’S TEAM ROWING LONGEST CONTINUAL - 1010hrs 34min MARATHON MEN’S ROWING - 24hrs INDIVIDUAL HEAVYWEIGHT - 307,683m INDIVIDUAL LIGHTWEIGHT - 302, 008m MARATHON ROWING LARGE TEAM - 24hrs WOMEN - 413, 549m MEN - 497, 972m MIXED - 480,197m MIXED, JUNIORS - 410, 018m MARATHON ROWING SMALL TEAM - 24hrs WOMEN - 367,872m MEN - 438,694m MIXED - 426,635m MEN, JUNIORS - 348,370m ROPE SKIPPING NON-STOP - 31:46.48 1 MINUTE - 425 1 HOUR - 16,107 CONSECUTIVE TIGHTROPE SKIPS - 1250 MEN’S SHORT TRACK SKATING 500m - 41.184 1000m - 1:24.674 1500m - 2:10.639 WOMEN’S SHORT TRACK SKATING 500m - 43.671 1000m - 1:31.191 1500m - 2:18.861 MEN’S SKIING HIGHEST RECORDED SPEED - 154.165mph MEN’S COLLEGE LACROSSE - GAME MOST POINTS - 14 MOST GOALS - 10 MOST ASSISTS - 12 MOST SAVES BY A GOALIE - 38 MOST GOALS SCORED BY A TEAM - 38 MOST CONSECUTIVE VICTORIES - 42 MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WON - 33 ICE SKATING SPINS - CONTINUOUS MOST UPRIGHT ON 1 FOOT - 115

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL - GAME MOST PASSING YARDS - 716 MOST RUSHING YARDS - 406 MOST RECEIVING YARDS - 405 MOST FRESHMAN YDS GAINED - 582 MOST INTERCEPTIONS - 5 MOST POINTS SCORED KICKING - 24


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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING Mission Statement

The mission of the Western Michigan University strength and conditioning program is to provide each student-athlete with an opportunity to develop their physical abilities, through safe and objective training. Through these means the strength and conditioning program will attempt to improve athletic performance and minimize injuries related to athletic competition.

Philosophy

At Western Michigan University, each workout will be an organized and detailed plan, combining exercise selection with effective set and repetition schemes, to be coordinated with appropriate conditioning. These workouts will afford each athlete an opportunity to improve technique in all exercises, improve muscular strength, and improve conditioning without overtraining.

FIT AND STRONG.


WMU BASKETBALL IS ...

Ellis Athletic Academic Advising Center

is located on the second floor of Read Fieldhouse. The athletic academic services program exists to provide a comfortable and supportive environment in which student-athletes can strive to achieve academic success. The Ellis Center houses the academic services staff, computer labs, tutoring program, composition specialists, study table and the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. The mission of this athletic academic service program is to assist student-athletes in reaching their full potential by providing them with the necessary tools and skills to achieve academic success.


ATHLETIC TRAINING Mission Statement

The mission of the Department of Medical Services is to set a standard in providing comprehensive, quality healthcare to our studentathletes. Our staff will provide a professional environment for all involved. We will serve as advocate for the student-athletes health and well-being and we will be proactive in treating and managing the student-athletes’ healthcare. We use an integrated team approach of certified athletic trainers, sports medicine trained physicians, student athletic trainers and other qualified health professionals to effectively manage and treat various medical, physical and mental conditions. In compliance with the WMU Division of Intercollegiate Athletics mission, the medical services department will strive to produce NCAA Division I programs for men and women characterized by excellence in athletics and academics while being recognized as a leader among ethical, non-discriminatory, and fiscally well-managed departments.

PREPARED.


In its 53 years of existence, the Mike Gary Athletic Fund has been the official fundraising arm of the WMU Athletic Department, raising over $4 million through annual gifts and major contributions. OUR MISSION To support the student-athletes of Western Michigan University in their pursuit of championships, academic excellence and personal growth as representatives of WMU, its alumni, fans and community members. The Broncos would like to thank the following Car Coaches for their support of WMU Athletics: Cole Century - Tom Cole (owner) DeNooyer Chevrolet - Bill DeNooyer (owner) Harold Zeigler Auto Group - Harold & Aaron Zeigler (owner) John Tapper Automotive - John Tapper (owner) Maple Hill Auto Group - Jim Vandenberg (owner) Metro Toyota - Jeff DeNooyer (owner)

MIKE GARY ATHLETIC FUND Founded in 1956 by a group of area businessmen and dedicated Broncos, the Mike Gary Athletic Fund was established to provide direct financial support to the athletic programs of Western Michigan University. The fund is named in honor of long-time athletic director, Bronco football coach and WMU Hall of Fame inductee, Mr. Mitchell “Mike” Gary.

GARY FUND EXCEEDS $1 MILLION FOR SECOND-STRAIGHT YEAR Gary Fund had another record-setting year with an overall goal of $1.0 million for the 2009 campaign. The Mike Gary Athletic Fund announced a two percent increase in donations with a total of $1,022,045. Last year’s record total was $1,002,749. The Gary Fund volunteers surpassed their calling period goal of $475,000 with a total of $477,962. The announcement was made at the Mike Gary Athletic Fund Celebration held at the Gilmore House hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Dunn. In attendance were the Gary Fund volunteers, the WMU Head Coaches and athletic staff. The chair for the 2009 campaign was Jim Hall and the Vice Chair was Jim Everts.


WMU ATHLETICS ARE ...

The Gary Fund supports all 16 Western Michigan athletic programs from men’s soccer to gymnastics to football and each and every student-athlete’s experience. The WMU student-athletes and teams are grateful to the Gary Fund donors and the volunteers.

SUPPORTED.


WMU IS MICHIGAN’S FOURTH LARGEST HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION, ATTRACTING A DIVERSE AND CULTURALLY RICH STUDENT BODY FROM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES AND SOM 80 OTHER COUNTRIES. ITS NEARLY 900 FULL-TIME FACULTY MEMBERS HAVE BEEN TRAINED AT SOME OF THE WORLD’S FINEST INSTITUTIONS AND THEY BRING TO THE UNIVERSITY A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE THAT ENHANCES THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.

2008 TEXAS BOWL • www.wmubroncos.com • HIGHEST TEAM GPA IN PROGRAM HISTORY • www.wmubroncos.com • 500 PROGRAM VICTORIE


WMU’S DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE IS WIDELY RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE NATION’S BEST UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS AND IS A REGULAR WINNER OF AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATRE FESTIVAL AWARDS.

WESTERN MICHIGAN IS A DYNAMIC, STUDENT-CENTERED RESEARCH UNIVERSITY WITH AN ENROLLMENT OF NEARLY 25,000. WMU IS FOCUSED ON DELIVERING HIGH-QUALITY UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTION, ADVANCING ITS GROWING GRADUATE DIVISION AND FOSTERING SIGNIFICANT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES.

ES • www.wmubroncos.com • 10 PERFECT HOME SEASONS • www.wmubroncos.com • 2007 INTERNATIONAL BOWL • www.wmubroncos.com


U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT RANKS WMU’S PROGRAMS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT AND SPEECH PATHOLOGY AMONG THE TOP 50 IN THE NATION.

2008 TEXAS BOWL • www.wmubroncos.com • HIGHEST TEAM GPA IN PROGRAM HISTORY • www.wmubroncos.com • 500 PROGRAM VICTORIE


WMU ATHLETICS IS DEDICATED TO PROVIDING STATE-OF-THE-ART ATHLETIC FACILITIES FOR ITS STUDENTATHLETES, COACHES AND FANS.

THE SKY BRONCS PRECISION FLIGHT TEAM FROM THE COLLEGE OF AVIATION WON THE 1983, 1998 AND 2002 NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATE FLYING ASSOCIATION NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS AND HAS PLACED AMONG THE TOP THREE IN NATIONAL COMPETITION 15 OF THE PAST 16 YEARS.

ES • www.wmubroncos.com • 10 PERFECT HOME SEASONS • www.wmubroncos.com • 2007 INTERNATIONAL BOWL • www.wmubroncos.com


For the most up-to-date information on Bronco Athletics visit:

www.wmubroncos.com

www.wmubroncos.com • 32 ALL-MAC SELECTIONS • www.wmubroncos.com • 3 WNIT APPEARANCES • www.wmubroncos.com

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ALL-AMERICANS Carrie Moore

2007 Kodak Honorable Mention All-American

Casey Rost

2006 Kodak Honorable Mention All-American 2004 Kodak Honorable Mention All-American

ALL-AMERICANS

Kristin Koetsier

2003 Kodak Honorable Mention All-American 2000 Women’s Basketball Journal Freshman All-American 2000 Women’s Basketball News Service Freshman All-American

Shelsea Erving

2000 Kodak Honorable Mention All-American

Pat Charity

Casey Rost

1980 Honorable Mention All-American 1978 Honorable Mention All-American

Kristin Koestier

Pat Charity Shelsea Erving

Carrie Moore

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www.wmubroncos.com • 5 ALL-AMERICANS • www.wmubroncos.com • 2 MAC CHAMPIONSHIPS• www.wmubroncos.com


CHAMPIONSHIP/POSTSEASON TEAMS

WNIT Participants The 2003-04 team was the first team in the Mid-American Conference and at WMU to ever advance to a quarterfinal game in a postseason tournament. Pictured: Bottom Row (L-R): Ashley Solmose, Brittany Tyson, Maria Jilian, Jen Doyle, Carrie Moore, Casey Rost. Top Row (L-R): Nicole Watkins, Marlena Jackson, Kate Verseput, Lori Crisman, Kelly Koerber, Ashley Owens, Kim Driggett, Andrea Thelen.

2002-03

MAC Tournament Champions NCAA Participants The 2002-03 team won the Mid-American Conference Tournament and earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Western Michigan ended the season 20-12 overall and 10-6 in the MAC. Pictured: Kneeling: Maria Jilian. Middle Three (L-R): Jen Doyle, Corletta Harris, Casey Rost. Outer Back: Andrea Thelen, Shaylen Jackson, Kristin Koetsier, Kate Verseput, Kim Driggett, Kelly Koerber, Shannon Jackson. Not Pictured: Lori Crisman

1999-00

1984-85

WMU won 14 of 16 Mid-American Conference games in 1999-00, the highest MAC winning percentage in program history. The Broncos won the MAC West Division title and advanced to the WNIT.

The 1984-85 team was the first team at Western Michigan to ever win the Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship and go to the NCAA Tournament.

Pictured: Sitting (L-R): Asst. Coach Autumn Rademacher, Dionne Lassila, Shelsea Erving, Shelly Jackovich, Curleta Harris, Brooke Gallert, Brianne Gallert, Danielle Museller, Sarah Hurrle. Standing (L-R): Head Coach Ron Stewart, Asst. Coach Sheila McMillan, Lisa Bruwer, Darnesha Irby, Casey Stevenson, Kristin Koetsier, Karen Duerloo, Sara Schwarz, Asst. Coach Torreia Bradford.

Pictured: Front Row (L-R): Shelly Klare, Jenny Gilligan, Tracy Wells, Jill Shoemaker, Brenda Schmidt, Louise Stapleton and Alletta Mille. Back Row (L-R): Manager Gina Trychata, Head Coach Jim Hess, Vicky Musky, Paula DeFord, Amy Sutton, Kenra McDonald, Brenda Goldner, Shannon Pickell, Asst. Coach Pat Charity, Graduate Assistant Trainer Betty Erbach.

MAC West Champions WNIT Participants

CHAMPIONSHIP/POSTSEASON

2003-04

MAC Tournament Champions NCAA Participants

www.wmubroncos.com • 32 ALL-MAC SELECTIONS • www.wmubroncos.com • 3 WNIT APPEARANCES • www.wmubroncos.com

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AWARD WINNERS

Third Team All-MAC

Tiera DeLaHoussaye......................................2009

Honorable Mention All-MAC

Maria Jilian.....................................................2004 Karen Deurloo................................................2002 Sarah Hurrle...................................................2001 Danielle Mueller.............................................2000 Kelly DeLong...................................................1999

AWARD WINNERS

All-MAC Freshman Team

Kina Brown

Kristin Koestier

Academic All-America

2007 - Carrie Moore - 2nd team

2006 - Carrie Moore - 2nd team

V Foundation Comeback of the Year

2002 - Kristin Koetsier

MAC Freshman of the Year

MAC Tournament MVP

Honda Inspiration Award

Casey Rost......................................................2003 Casey Rost . ............................................. 2001-02 Tracy Wells......................................................1985 Kristin Koetsier.....................................1999-2000 Kina Brown............................................... 1991-92

NSCA All-American

MAC Defensive Player of the Year

2002 - Kristin Koetsier

2009 - Tiera DeLaHoussaye

1992, 1993 - Kina Brown

World University Games

1975, 1977 - Pat Charity

AIAW All-State FirstTeam

1980 - Patti Rendine 1979 - Sharon Brown

AIAW Honorable Mention

1981 - Pat Charity 1981 - Patti Rendine 1979 - Tami Podell

All-Region First Team

1980 - Pat Charity

All-Region Academic Team

NCAA Statistical Leader

ESPN The Magazine District IV All-Academic MAC Player of the Year 2007 - Carrie Moore - 1st team

U.S. National Junior Team

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Miame Giden..................................................2009 Carrie Moore...................................................2004 Casey Rost......................................................2002 Maria Jilian.....................................................2002 Emily Samuelson............................................2001 Kristin Koetsier...............................................2001 Carrie Moore Shelsea Erving................................................ 1997 Danielle Mueller............................................. 1997 Kelly DeLong...................................................1994 Points Per Game Dora Kalmar-Nagy..........................................1994 25.4 ppg.............................Carrie Moore 2006-07 Angel White.....................................................1993 Kina Brown.....................................................1992 Charlene Osterling......................................... 1991 Cathie Vos.......................................................1989 Carrie Moore (Co-Player).......................... 2006-07 Ruthanne Wisniewski....................................1988 Casey Rost . ............................................. 2003-04

1994 - Andrea Kimball 1984 - Shelly Klare

MAC All-Tournament Team

Maria Jilian.....................................................2003 Casey Rost......................................................2003 Tiera DeLaHoussaye................................ 2007-08 Yvonne Thompson..........................................1988 Maria Jilian............................................... 2002-03 Tracy Wells...........................................1987, 1985 Vicky Musky....................................................1985 Brenda Goldner..............................................1985

First Team All-MAC

Tiera DeLaHoussaye................................ 2007-08 Carrie Moore ........................... 2007, 2006, 2005 Casey Rost............................... 2006, 2004, 2003 Kristin Koetsier........................ 2003, 2002, 2000 Shelsea Erving.....................................2000, 1999 Kina Brown.............................. 1995, 1994, 1993 Megan Boguslawski.......................................1996 Shannon Pickell..............................................1987 Tracy Wells......................................................1987 Vicky Musky....................................................1987

MAC All-Academic First Team

Carrie Moore............................ 2007, 2006, 2005 Tiera DeLaHoussaye............... 2009, 2008, 2007 Andrea Kimball...............................................1994 Marti Davis.....................................................1989

Honorable Mention

Andrea Kimball....................................1993, 1992 Denise Kirby................................................... 1991 Kim Barrier..........................................1991, 1989 Shelly Klare..........................................1987, 1986 Kelly Koerber..................................................2005 Vicky Musky.........................................1985, 1983 Karen Deurloo................................................2001 Kim Worden....................................................1982 Angel White..........................................1996, 1995 Kina Brown.....................................................1992 Yvonne Thompson..........................................1988 Tracy Wells......................................................1985 Casey Rost................................................ 2003-04 Karen Deurloo.....................................2002, 2001 Brianne Gallert....................................2001, 2000 Brooke Gallert.....................................2001, 2000 Danielle Mueller.............................................2000 Emily Samuelson............................................2002

Second Team All-MAC

MAC Honor Roll

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1. Carrie Moore Year

2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 Totals

GP-GS

32-32 28-28 28-28 32-32 120-120

2. Casey Rost Year

2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 Totals

GP-GS

28-28 2-2 24-24 32-32 31-31 117-117

3. Kina Brown Year

1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 Totals

GP-GS

MIN-AVG

1,232-38.5 1,017-36.3 1,041-37.2 1,011-31.6 4,301-35.8

MIN-AVG

1,033-36.9 66-33 853-35.5 1,180-36.9 1,067-34.4 4,199-35.9

MIN-AVG

28-28 906-32.4 28-27 824-29.4 27-25 807-29.9 27-26 906-38.6 110-106 3,443-31.3

4. Shelsea Erving Year

1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 Totals

GP-GS

Year

1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 Totals

MIN-AVG

30-29 933-31.1 29-29 882-30.4 26-26 813-31.3 25-16 588-23.5 110-100 3,276-29.8

5. Pat Charity GP-GS 31 23 7 26 21 108

Kina Brown

Casey Rost

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FG

272-600 177-355 171-410 139-338 759-1,703

FG

168-442 6-22 160-352 211-442 149-357 694-1,615

FG

171-356 130-289 153-301 166-333 620-1,279

FG

189-462 207-506 174-424 107-254 677-1,646

FG

174-412 122-296 44-113 216-455 144-336 700-1,612

PCT

3PT

PCT

3PT

.456 52-164 .499 26-77 .417 40-120 .411 47-132 .446 165-493

.380 75-182 .273 1-6 .455 56-134 .477 79-186 .417 69-177 .430 280-685

PCT

3PT

.480 .450 .508 .508 .485

10-27 8-34 4-26 5-18 27-105

PCT

.317 .338 .333 .356 .335

PCT

.412 .167 .418 .425 .390 .409

PCT

.370 .235 .154 .278 .257

.409 58-145 .409 58-170 .410 43-146 .421 31-89 .411 190-550

PCT

3PT

.400 .341 .295 .348 .345

PCT

3PT

PCT

.422 .412 .389 .475 .429 .434

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FT

217-274 101-140 110-157 113-144 541-715

FT

84-118 6-8 99-117 121-134 83-101 393-478

FT

140-208 127-177 99-144 175-243 541-772

FT

60-75 81-109 37-50 13-18 191-252

FT

23-34 29-56 13-21 46-65 31-44 142-220

Shelsea Erving

PCT

REB

223 207 230 176 836

7.0 7.4 8.2 5.5 6.97

96 95 105 81 337

162 123 148 104 537

TO

BLK 17 5 13 14 49

STL

62 813 41 481 48 492 41 438 192 2,224

TP

PCT

REB

AVG 4.4 8.5 4.2 4.9 5.0 4.7

AST

55 1 65 68 81 270

TO

57 7 46 53 60 223

BLK 8 3 8 4 4 27

STL

51 495 2 19 64 475 87 622 52 450 256 2,061

TP

PCT

REB

AVG 8.8 8.5 7.7 8.1 8.3

AST

33 48 42 32 155

TO

78 83 75 100 336

BLK 13 17 30 23 83

STL

45 492 43 395 32 409 47 518 167 1,814

TP

PCT

REB

AVG 5.8 6.8 6.4 5.9 6.2

AST

46 55 40 11 152

TO

BLK

STL

PCT

REB

AVG

AST

TO

BLK

.792 .721 .701 .785 .757

.712 .750 .846 .903 .822 .822

.673 .718 .688 .720 .701

.800 .743 .740 .722 .758

.676 .518 .619 .708 .705 .645

123 17 101 157 155 553

247 237 208 219 911

174 197 167 147 685

AVG

211 6.8 185 8.0 62 8.9 296 11.4 274 13.0 1,028 9.5

AST

Pat Charity

42 20 6 42 12 122

77 74 64 46 261

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

9 7 8 8 32

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

TP

18 35 27 17 97

496 553 428 258 1,708

STL

TP

N/A 371 N/A 273 N/A 101 N/A 478 N/A 319 N/A 1,542

AVG

25.4 17.2 17.6 13.7 18.5

AVG

17.7 9.5 19.8 19.4 14.5 17.6

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Carrie Moore

AVG

17.6 14.1 15.1 19.2 16.5

AVG

16.5 19.1 16.5 10.3 15.5

AVG

12.0 11.9 14.4 18.4 15.2 14.3

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Shelly Klare

6. Shelly Klare Year

1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 Totals

GP-GS 27 26 29 25 107

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

7. Kristin Koetsier Year

2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 Totals

GP-GS

24-23 31-31 4-2 30-30 89-86

8. Ann Kasdorf Year

1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 Totals

GP-GS 26 25 23 21 95

9. Tracy Wells Year

1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 Totals

GP-GS 27 24 29 24 104

MIN-AVG

704-29.3 922-29.7 82-20.5 947-31.6 2,655-29.8

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

10. Shannon Pickell Year

1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 Totals

Ann Kasdorf

Kristin Koetsier

GP-GS 27 25 27 29 108

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FG

166-368 195-405 150-338 131-293 642-1,404

FG

140-320 174-379 11-30 206-395 531-1,124

FG

170-406 125-337 148-319 128-287 571-1,349

FG

157-307 123-289 169-379 117-260 566-1,235

FG

227-434 151-267 111-221 58-116 547-1,038

PCT

.451 .481 .444 .447 .457

PCT

3PT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

3PT

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

.438 .459 .367 .522 .472

9-26 6-29 0-0 3-8 18-63

.346 .207 .000 .375 .285

PCT

3PT

PCT

.419 .371 .460 .450 .423

PCT

.511 .426 .446 .450 .458

PCT

.523 .566 .502 .500 .526

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

3PT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

3PT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FT

30-39 46-59 45-71 40-60 161-229

FT

110-135 112-136 6-9 144-178 372-458

FT

78-90 52-62 81-100 53-69 264-321

FT

47-64 48-71 85-109 40-55 220-299

FT

84-110 66-95 52-82 31-44 233-331

Tracy Wells

Shannon Pickell

PCT

REB

AVG 3.1 3.4 2.8 4.0 3.3

104 60 62 46 272

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

TO

BLK

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A 376 N/A 436 N/A 345 N/A 302 N/A 1,459

PCT

REB

AVG

AST

TO

BLK

STL

PCT

REB

AVG

TO

BLK

PCT

REB

AVG

.769 .780 .634 .667 .703

.815 .824 .667 .809 .812

.867 .839 .810 .770 .822

.734 .676 .780 .727 .735

PCT

.764 .695 .634 .705 .703

83 89 81 101 354

144 232 21 285 682

101 162 144 92 499

6.0 7.5 5.2 9.5 7.6

3.9 6.5 6.2 4.4 5.3

AST

42 60 5 50 157

AST

104 49 42 34 229

AST

66 N/A N/A 61 127

2.4 N/A N/A 2.5 1.2

236 148 179 136 699

REB

AVG

AST

174 142 143 114 573

6.4 5.7 5.3 3.9 5.3

28 20 14 8 70

37 91 10 88 226

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

TO

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

TO

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

41 32 2 40 115

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

BLK

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

BLK

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

STL

TP

TP

20 30 1 31 82

399 466 28 559 1,452

STL

TP

STL

TP

STL

TP

N/A 418 N/A 302 36 377 38 309 74 1,406

N/A 361 N/A 294 N/A 423 N/A 274 N/A 1,352

N/A 538 N/A 368 N/A 274 N/A 147 N/A 1,327

AVG

13.9 16.8 11.9 12.1 13.6

AVG

16.6 15.0 7.0 18.6 16.3

AVG

16.1 12.1 16.4 14.7 14.8

AVG

13.4 12.3 14.6 11.4 13.0

AVG

19.9 14.7 10.1 5.1 12.3

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Phyllis Cupp

11. Kelly DeLong Year

1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 Totals

GP-GS

12. Phyllis Cupp Year

1975-76 1974-75 1972-73 1971-72 Totals

MIN-AVG

29-28 21-21 25-25 27-25 102-99

GP-GS 23 21 N/A N/A N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

13. Tiera DeLaHoussaye Year

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 Totals

GP-GS

MIN-AVG

30-30 976-32.5 32-32 1,159-36.2 32-32 1,189-37.2 28-15 659-2.4 122-109 3,983-32.6

14. Vicky Musky Year

1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 Totals

GP-GS 28 25 18 24 95

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

15. Andrea Kimball Year

1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 Totals

GP-GS 27 26 27 26 106

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FG

138-315 78-196 103-264 99-222 418-997

FG

173-386 149-329 173-190 84-212 579-1,117

FG

128-312 145-325 144-296 35-108 452-1,041

FG

143-305 176-335 100-261 49-128 468-1,029

FG

132-286 84-191 133-323 71-176 420-976

Tiera DeLaHoussaye

.438 77-193 .398 41-111 .390 45-131 .446 68-137 .419 231-572

PCT

3PT

.399 .369 .344 .496 .403

PCT

3PT

PCT

.450 .450 .810 .400 .518

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

3PT

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

.410 .446 .486 .324 .434

23-67 7-30 14-57 4-27 48-181

.343 .233 .246 .148 .265

PCT

3PT

PCT

.469 .525 .383 .383 .454

PCT

.462 .440 .412 .403 .430

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

3PT

16-42 11-23 7-34 1-0 35-99

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

.381 .478 .206 .100 .353

FT

60-68 41-52 60-82 80-94 241-296

FT

75-111 66-99 74-103 46-70 261-383

FT

88-126 99-142 60-97 24-43 271-408

FT

70-98 87-141 65-98 28-40 250-377

FT

66-93 49-62 93-118 56-70 264-343

Vicky Musky

PCT

REB

AVG

AST

.882 .788 .732 .851 .814

105 52 76 90 323

PCT

REB

273 220 173 217 883

11.8 10.4 N/A N/A N/A

PCT

REB

AVG

PCT

REB

AVG 7.0 6.9 6.1 3.6 5.9

108 109 61 27 305

REB

AVG

AST

.680 .690 .720 .657 .681

.698 .697 .619 .558 .664

.714 .617 .663 .700 .663

PCT

.710 .790 .788 .800 .769

124 194 131 68 517

195 173 110 86 564

100 71 102 81 354

3.6 2.5 3.0 3.3 3.2

31 28 34 42 135

AVG

AST

4.1 6.1 4.1 2.4 4.2

3.7 2.7 3.8 3.1 3.3

36 37 14 20 107

AST

133 250 193 80 656

AST

31 23 50 24 128

Andrea Kimball

TO

BLK

TO

BLK

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A 421 N/A 364 14 236 19 214 33 1,235

TO

BLK

TO

BLK

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A 356 N/A 439 N/A 265 N/A 126 N/A 1,186

12.7 17.6 15.7 5.3 12.5

TO

BLK

STL

AVG

49 N/A N/A N/A 49

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

117 142 138 84 431

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

52 N/A N/A N/A 52

4 1 2 4 11

3 2 4 2 9

1 2 6 3 12

STL

TP

17 17 30 19 83

413 238 311 346 1,308

STL

TP

STL

TP

STL

TP

75 367 107 396 96 362 50 98 328 1,223

27 10 17 22 76

TP

AVG

14.2 11.3 12.4 12.8 12.8

AVG

18.3 17.3 N/A N/A N/A

1,000 POINT CLUB

Kelly DeLong

AVG

12.2 12.4 11.3 3.5 10.0

AVG

346 12.8 228 8.8 366 13.6 199 7.7 1,139 10.7

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Megan Boguslawski

Danielle Mueller

16. Megan Boguslawski Year

1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 Totals

GP-GS

MIN-AVG

27 28 28 4 87

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

17. Danielle Mueller Year

1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 Totals

GP-GS

30-27 29-2 25-22 24-19 108-70

MIN-AVG

896-29.9 601-20.7 699-28.0 594-24.8 2,790-25.8

18. Kelly Koerber Year

2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 Totals

GP-GS

27-27 32-32 32-7 22-0 113-66

904-33.5 817-25.5 404-12.6 80-3.6 2,205-19.5

19. Maria Jilian Year

2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 Totals

GP-GS

84

1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 Totals

MIN-AVG

19-17 648-34.1 6-6 196-32.7 32-32 1,209-37.8 32-32 1,194-37.3 31-28 951-30.7 120-115 4,198-34.9

20. Kim Worden Year

MIN-AVG

GP-GS 26 31 29 29 115

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FG

226-355 121-198 96-183 22-38 465-774

FG

149-261 119-228 73-214 99-231 440-934

FG

177-330 157-270 70-123 15-25 419-748

FG

60-147 16-52 105-273 89-215 59-151 329-838

FG

139-338 131-332 84-187 53-132 407-986

Maria Jilian

Kelly Koerber

PCT

3PT

.637 .611 .525 .579 .600

0-1 0-3 3-13 0-0 3-17

PCT

3PT

.571 .522 .341 .429 .471

0-2 0-4 0-9 30-74 30-74

PCT

3PT

.536 .581 .569 .600 .560

PCT

2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2

3PT

PCT

.000 .000 .231 .000 .176

PCT

47-78 47-85 41-71 24-41 159-275

PCT

FT

1.000 96-126 .000 67-89 .000 36-48 .000 9-10 1.000 208-273

PCT

14-54 1-11 24-77 18-55 13-48 70-245

.259 .091 .312 .327 .271 .285

PCT

3PT

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FT

.000 .000 .000 .405 .405

.408 .308 .385 .414 .391 .392

.441 .395 .449 .402 .412

FT

77-129 47-79 40-72 11-13 175-293

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FT

46-64 14-20 76-113 101-126 81-118 318-441

FT

77-104 51-68 59-88 24-37 211-297

PCT

.597 .595 .556 .846 .597

PCT

Kim Worden

REB

AVG

AST

AST

232 142 117 29 520

8.6 5.1 4.2 7.3 5.9

38 16 15 2 71

TO

BLK

STL

83 N/A N/A 4 83

11 10 3 0 24

31 19 17 0 67

TP

AVG

529 289 235 55 1,108

19.6 10.3 8.4 13.8 12.7

TP

AVG

TP

AVG

.603 .533 .577 .585 .578

264 152 149 136 701

REB

AVG 8.8 5.2 6.0 5.7 6.5

47 32 41 26 146

51 48 77 76 252

TO

BLK

STL

PCT

REB

AVG

AST 25 18 11 0 54

TO

52 32 22 7 113

BLK

STL

PCT

REB

AVG 3.4 4.7 3.7 3.8 3.4 3.6

AST

95 26 183 191 130 625

TO

BLK

STL

TP

AVG

PCT

REB

AVG

AST

TO

BLK

STL

TP

AVG

.762 .753 .750 .900 .761

.719 .700 .673 .802 .686 .721

.740 .750 .671 .649 .710

176 125 72 21 394

64 28 117 122 106 437

246 193 182 139 760

6.5 3.9 2.2 1.0 3.5

9.5 6.2 6.3 4.8 6.6

39 24 13 13 89

47 31 127 99 116 420

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

2 7 10 3 22

42 30 8 1 81

4 4 11 5 9 33

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

17 20 36 18 91

17 14 12 1 44

345 11.5 285 9.8 187 7.5 252 10.5 1,069 9.9

452 16.7 381 11.9 176 5.5 39 1.8 1,048 9.3

64 180 13 47 110 310 124 297 53 212 364 1,046

9.5 7.8 9.7 9.3 6.8 8.7

N/A 355 13.7 N/A 313 10.1 N/A 227 7.8 N/A 130 4.5 N/A 1,025 8.9

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21. Brenda Goldner Year

1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 Totals

GP-GS 26 26 29 24 105

MIN-AVG N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FG

136-262 114-244 127-250 35-79 412-835

PCT

.519 .467 .508 .443 .493

3PT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PCT

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FT

49-63 75-98 55-94 21-34 200-289

PCT

.778 .765 .585 .618 .692

REB

206 216 200 69 691

AVG 7.6 8.3 6.9 2.9 6.6

AST 15 17 5 4 41

TO

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

BLK

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

STL

TP

AVG

N/A 321 11.9 N/A 303 11.7 N/A 309 10.7 N/A 91 3.8 N/A 1,024 9.7

1,000 POINT CLUB

Brenda Goldner

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WESTERN MICHIGAN RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Carrie Moore (2003-07) rewrote the Western Michigan record book in the 2006-07 season, setting nine school scoring records and four Mid-American Conference records. She concluded her career as the school’s all-time leading scorer, while ranking third all-time in the MAC. Her average of 25.4 ppg in her senior season was the best in NCAA Division I, having led the statistical category from the season’s start to finish.

WMU RECORDS

Points Single Game

41 Carrie Moore vs. Detroit, 2006-07 40 Casey Rost vs. UMKC, 2003 38 Carrie Moore at Central Michigan, 2006-07 Shannon Pickell vs. Kent, 1988 37 Carrie Moore at Cleveland State, 2005 Kina Brown vs. Detroit-Mercy, 1994 36 Carrie Moore vs. Akron, 2006-07 Kina Brown vs. Boston College, 1992 Ann Kasdorf vs. Indiana State, 1978 34 Carrie Moore vs. Miami, 2006-07 Shelsea Erving vs. Akron, 1998 Pat Charity vs. Central Michigan, 1978 33 Kristin Koetsier vs. Campbell, 2002 Shelsea Erving vs. Central Michigan, 2000 Shannon Pickell vs. Wisconsin, 1987 32 Carrie Moore vs. Auburn, 2006-07 Carrie Moore vs. Northern Illinois, 2006-07 Kelly Koerber vs. Ball State, 2005 Shelsea Erving vs. Wyoming, 1998 Pat Charity vs. Western Ontario, 1978 31 Carrie Moore at Ohio, 2006-07 Carrie Moore vs. Ball State, 2006-07 Casey Rost, vs. Toledo, 2006 Kristin Koetsier vs. Campbell, 1999 Kina Brown vs. Akron, 1995 Kina Brown vs. Bowling Green, 1994 Shannon Pickell vs. Eastern Michigan, 1988 Ruthanne Wisniewski vs. Colo. State, 1988 Phyllis Cupp vs. Marshall, 1975 Marla Plew vs. Cedarville, 1974

Points Season (Games)

Casey Rost (2002-06) is MAC’s all-time leader in career threepointers made. She also holds the WMU records for career, season and single-game three-point percentage and single season free throw percentage. She was the first Bronco to eclipse 2,000 points in a career and ranks second on the school’s all-time career scoring list. She was named MVP of the 2003 MAC Tournament and named MAC Player of the Year in 2004.

813 (MAC record) Carrie Moore, 2006-07 (32) 622 Casey Rost, 2002-03 (32) 559 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000 (30) 553 Shelsea Erving, 1998-99 (29) 538 Shannon Pickell, 1988 (27) 518 Kina Brown, 1992 (27) 496 Shelsea Erving, 1999-2000 (30) 495 Casey Rost, 2005-06 (28) 492 Carrie Moore, 2004-05 (28) Kina Brown, 1995 (28) 481 Carrie Moore, 2005-06 (28) 478 Pat Charity, 1978 (26) 476 Karen Deurloo, 2000-01 (28) 475 Casey Rost, 2004 (24) 473 Karen Deurloo, 2001-02 (31) 469 Megan Boguslawski, 1995 (27) 466 Kristin Koetsier, 2001-02 (31) 452 Kelly Koerber, 2004-05 (27) 450 Casey Rost, 2001-02 (31) 447 Sarah Hurrle, 2000-01 (28) 439 Vicky Musky, 1984 (25)

Season Point Average

86

Megan Boguslawki (1993-96) holds the MAC record for field goal percentage in a single season as well as WMU’s record for field goals in a career. She ranks 15th on the Broncos’ alltime scoring list.

25.4 (MAC record) Carrie Moore, 2006-07 19.9 Shannon Pickell, 1988 19.8 Casey Rost, 2003-04 19.6 Megan Boguslawski, 1995-96 19.4 Casey Rost, 2002-03 19.2 Kina Brown, 1992 19.1 Shelsea Erving, 1998-99 18.6 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000

Career Points 2,224 2,061 1,814 1,735 1,542 1,459 1,452 1,406 1,352 1,327 1,308 1,235 1,223 1,186 1,139 1,069 1,048 1,025 1,024

Carrie Moore, 2003-07 Casey Rost, 2001-06 Kina Brown, 1992-95 Shelsea Erving, 1996-2000 Pat Charity, 1977-78/80-81 Shelly Klare, 1984-87 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2003 Ann Kasdorf, 1975-78 Tracy Wells, 1984-87 Shannon Pickell, 1985-88 Kelly DeLong, 1995-99 Phyllis Cupp, 1972-73, 75-76 Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2005-09 Vicky Musky, 1982-85 Andrea Kimball, 1991-94 Danielle Mueller, 1996-2000 Kelly Koerber, 2001-05 Megan Boguslawski, 1992-96 Kim Worden, 1979-81 Brenda Goldner, 1984-87

Field Goal Percentage - Single Game

.916 Tracy Wells (11-12) vs. Central Florida, 1987 .909 Lindsey Brown (10-11) vs. UMES, 2006-07 .900 Ann Kasdorf (9-10) vs. W. Ontario, 1978 Jacquie Munson, (9-10) vs. Oakland, 1984 Tracy Wells (9-10) vs. Northern Illinois, 1985 Megan Boguslawski (9-10) vs. Bowling Green, 1995 .882 Karen Deurloo (15-17) vs. Kansas State, 2000 (only double-diigit attempts included)

Field Goal Percentage - Season .637 (MAC record) Megan Boguslawski, 1996 (226-355) .581 Kelly Koerber, 2003-04 (157-270) .571 Danielle Mueller, 1999-2000 (149-261) .566 Shannon Pickell, 1987 (151-267) .559 Karen Deurloo, 2000-01 (190-340) .555 Lindsay Brown, 2005-06 (126-227) .545 Karen Deurloo, 2001-02 (194-356) .541 Dora Kalmar-Nagy, 1996 (99-183) .536 Kelly Koerber, 2004-05 (177-330) .525 Vicky Musky, 1984 (176-335) .523 Shannon Pickell, 1988 (227-434) Field Goals -Single Game .522 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000 (206-395) 16 Pat Charity vs. Central Michigan, 1978 Danielle Mueller 1998-99 (119-228) Shannon Pickell vs. Kent, 1988 .519 Brenda Goldner, 1987 (136-262) 15 Carrie Moore vs. Detroit, 2006-07 .511 Tracy Wells, 1987 (157-307) Kelly Koerber vs. Ball State, 2005 .508 Kina Brown, 1992 (169-333) Karen Deurloo vs. Kansas State, 2000 Kina Brown, 1993 (153-301) Kina Brown vs. Boston College, 1992 Brenda Goldner, 1985 (127-250) Ann Kasdorf vs. Grand Valley St., 1977 Shannon Pickell vs. Eastern Michigan, 1988 Field Goals - Career 14 Seven tied .596 Megan Boguslawski, 1993-96 (438-735) 13 Carrie Moore at Central Michigan, 2006-07 .560 Kelly Koerber, 2001-2005 (419-748) Carrie Moorevs. Northern Illinois, 2006-07 .551 Karen Deurloo, 1999-2002 (396-719) Kristin Koetsier at Central Michigan, 2002 .527 Shannon Pickell, 1985-88 (547-1,038) .518 Phyllis Cupp (579-1,117) Field Goals - Season (Games) .513 Lindsey Brown, 2005-07 (300-585) 272 Carrie Moore, 2006-07 (32) .501 Dora Kalmar-Nagy, 1994-96 (336-671) 227 Shannon Pickell, 1988 (27) .493 Brenda Goldner, 1984-87 (412-835) 216 Pat Charity, 1978 (26) .487 Kina Brown, 1992-95 (623-1,279) 211 Casey Rost, 2002-03 (32) .472 Kristin Koetsier, 1999- 03 (531-1124) 207 Shelsea Erving, 1998-99 (29) .471 Danielle Mueller, 1996-2000 (440-934) 206 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000 (30) Melissa O’Mara, 1989-91, ’93 (302-641) 199 Megan Boguslawski, 1995 (27) .469 Denise Kirby, 1990-91 (311-663) 195 Shelly Klare, 1986 (26) .467 Lori Crisman, 2000- 04 (230-492) 194 Karen Deurloo, 2001-02 (31) .458 Tracy Wells, 1984-87 (566-1,235) 190 Karen Deurloo, 2000-01 (28) 189 Shelsea Erving, 1999-2000 (30) 3-Point Field Goals - Single Game 177 Carrie Moore, 2005-06 (28) 8 Curleta Harris vs. Illinois State, 11-23-02 Kelly Koerber, 2004-05 (27) 7 Casey Rost vs. Notre Dame, 11-20-05 176 Vicky Musky, 1984 (26) Sarah Hurrle vs. Bowling Green, 3-3-01 174 Kristin Koetsier, 2001-02 (31) Hurrle at Wake Forest, 11-25-01 Pat Charity, 1981 (31) Lisa Bruwer at Wake Forest, 11-25-01 Shelsea Erving, 1998 (26) 6 Casey Rost vs. Miami (OH), 2-8-06 Casey Rost at Northern Illinois, 2-3-04 Field Goals - Career Casey Rost vs. Buffalo, 1-10-04 759 Carrie Moore, 2006-07 Emily Samuelson at E. Michigan, 1-17-01 700 Pat Charity, 1977-81 Kelly DeLong (Four times) 694 Casey Rost, 2001-06 Ruthanne Wisniewski vs. Colorado St., 1988 677 Shelsea Erving, 1996-2000 Kina Brown vs. Detroit-Mercy, 1994 642 Shelly Klare, 1984-87 5 Multiple Players 623 Kina Brown, 1992-95 571 Ann Kasdorf, 1975-78 3-Point Field Goals - Season 566 Tracy Wells, 1984-87 79 Casey Rost, 2003-04 547 Shannon Pickell, 1985-88 77 Kelly DeLong, 1998-99 76 Sarah Hurrle, 2000-01

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WESTERN MICHIGAN RECORDS Casey Rost, 2005-06 Casey Rost, 2002-03 Curleta Harris, 2002-03 Kelly DeLong, 1995-96 Shelsea Erving, 1999-2000 Shelsea Erving, 1998-99 Casey Rost, 2003-04 Carrie Moore, 2006-07 Carrie Moore, 2003-04 Kelly DeLong, 1996-97 Brianne Gallert, 1999-2000 Molly Dwyer, 2007-08 Shelsea Erving, 1997-98 Kelly DeLong, 1997-98

3-Point Field Goals - Career

3-Point Percentage - Single Game

1.000 Casey Rost (4-4) vs. UMKC, 2002 1.000 Sarah Hurrle (6-6) vs. Akron, 2001 .857 Emily Samuelson (6-7) at E. Michigan, 2001 .833 Shelsea Erving (5-6) vs. C. Michigan, 2000 .833 Danielle Mueller (5-6) vs. Akron, 1997 .833 Molly Dwyer (5-6) vs. E. Michigan, 2008 .800 Carrie Moore(4-5) at Air Force, 2006-07 Carrie Moore (4-5) vs. E. Michigan, 2005 Kim Driggett (4-5) vs. Buffalo, 2005 Curleta Harris (8-10) vs. Illinois St., 2003 Casey Rost (4-5) vs C. Michigan, 2002 .750 Nine Players

3-Point Percentage - Season .496 .492 .453 .431 .425 .418 .412 .407 .405 .400

Kelly DeLong (1995-96), 68-137 Emily Samuelson (2000-01), 29-59 Andrea Thelen (2002-03), 24-53 Amanda Parker (2005-06), 28-65 Casey Rost (2002-03), 79-186 Casey Rost (2004-05), 56-134 Casey Rost (2005-06), 75-182 Charlene Oesterling (1990-91), 37-91 Danielle Mueller (1996-97), 30-74 Shelsea Erving (1999-2000), 58-145

3-Point Percentage - Career .408 .404 .366 .345 .337

Casey Rost, 2001-06 (280-685) Kelly DeLong, 1995-99 (231-572) Jenny Malinowski, 1987-90 (108-295) Carrie Moore, 2003- (87-232) Shelsea Erving, 1996-2000 (190-550) Danielle Mueller, 1996-2000 (30-89)

16 Patti Rendine vs. Western Ontario, 1980 15 Tiera DeLaHoussaye vs. Central Conn., 2007-08 Tracy Wells vs. Eastern Michigan, 1986 14 Tiera DeLaHoussaye vs. E. Michigan, 2007-08 Tiera DeLaHoussaye vs. C. Michigan, 2006-07 Tracy Wells vs. Wisconsin, 1987 Tracy Wells vs. Ball State, 1987 13 Maria Jilian vs. Texas Southern, 2002 12 Carrie Moore vs. Miami, 2005 Maria Jillian (three times) 12 Brooke Gallert at Wake Forest, 2000 Brianne Gallert vs. Eastern Michigan, 1999

Assists - Season 250 236 204 191 183 179 174 168 155 148

Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2007-08 (32) Tracy Wells, 1987 (27) Patti Rendine, 1980 (28) Maria Jilian, 2003 (32) Maria Jilian, 2004 (32) Tracy Wells, 1985 (29) Patti Rendine, 1981 (31) Brianne Gallert, 1999-2000 (30) Brooke Gallert, 1999-2000 (30) Tracy Wells, 1986 (24)

Assists - Career 699 656 625 542 467 423 409 305 272 229

Tracy Wells, 1983-87 Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2005-09 Maria Jilian, 2001-06 Patti Rendine, 1978-81 Michelle Fortier, 1990-93 Brianne Gallert, 1998-2001 Brooke Gallert, 1998-2001 Vicky Musky, 1982-85 Shelly Klare, 1984-87 Ann Kasdorf, 1975-78

Free Throws Made - Single Game

19 Kina Brown vs. Bowling Green, 1994 16 Casey Rost vs. UMKC, 2003 15 Shannon Pickell vs. Wisconsin, 1987 14 Kristin Koetsier vs. Kent State, 2003 13 Carrie Moore vs. Akron, 2006-07 Maria Jilian vs. Eastern Michigan, 2003 Sarah Hurrle at Buffalo, 2001 Kim Worden vs. Northern Michigan, 1980 12 Carrie Moore vs. Eastern Michigan, 2006-07 Casey Rost vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Carrie Moore at Cleveland State, 2005 Kina Brown vs. Valparaiso, 1992 Kina Brown vs. Akron, 1995

Free Throws Made - Season

217 (MAC record) Carrie Moore, 2006-07 (32) 175 Kina Brown, 1992 (27) 144 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000 (30) 140 Kina Brown, 1995 (28) 127 Kina Brown, 1994 (28) 121 Casey Rost, 2003 (32) 116 Sara Vest, 2007-08 (32) 114 Lori Crisman, 2003 (32) 113 Carrie Moore, 2003-04 (32) 112 Kelly Koerber, 2003-04 (32) Kristin Koetsier, 2001-02 (31) 111 Sarah Hurrle, 2000-01 (28)

110 103 102 101 99

Carrie Moore, 2004-05 (28) Kristin Koetsier, 2003 (24) Lori Crisman, 2003-04 (32) Amanda Parker, 2007-08 (32) Carrie Moore, 2005-06 (28) Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2007-08 (32) Casey Rost, 2004 (24) Kina Brown, 1993 (27)

Free Throws Made - Career 541 393 372 318 312 271 264 261 250 233 220 211 208 203 200

Carrie Moore, 2006-07 Kina Brown, 1992-94 Casey Rost, 2001-06 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-03 Maria Jilian, 2001-06 Lori Crisman, 2000-04 Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2005-09 Ann Kasdorf, 1975-78 Andrea Kimball, 1991-94 Phyllis Cupp, 1972-73, 75-76 Vicky Musky, 1982-85 Shannon Pickell, 1985-88 Tracy Wells, 1984-87 Kim Worden, 1979-82 Kelly Koerber, 2001-05 Amanda Parker, 2004-08 Brenda Goldner, 1984-87

Tiera DeLaHoussaye (2005-09) is the program’s all-time single-season assists leader and ranks second in career assists (656) and steals (328). DeLahOussaye is the only player ever from the Mid-American Conference to record 1,000 points, 600 assists, 500 rebounds and 300 steals in a career.

Free Throw Percentage - Single Game

(min. 10 attempts) 1.000 Sara Vest (10-10) vs. Northern Illinois, 2007-08 Carrie Moore (10-10), at Kent State, 2006-07 Kristin Koetsier (14-14) vs. Kent State, 2003 Kristin Koetsier (10-10) vs. Toledo, 2002 Kristin Koetsier (10-10) at San Francisco, 1999 Ann Kasdorf (10-10) vs. Indiana State, 1978 Monet Morris (10-10) vs. Toledo, 1990 (10-10) .916 Ann Kasdorf (11-12) vs. Michigan 1978 .905 Kina Brown (19-21) vs. Bowling Green, 1994 .900 Sara Vest (9-10) vs. Northwestern, 2007-08 Carrie Moore (9-10) at Illinois-Chicago, 2006-07 Carrie Moore (9-10) vs. Miami, 2006-07 Kim Worden (9-10) vs. Detroit, 1982 Tracy Wells (9-10) vs. Miami, 1985 Alletta Miller (9-10) vs. Kansas, 1987

WMU RECORDS

280 (MAC record) Casey Rost, 2001-06 231 Kelly DeLong, 1995-99 190 Shelsea Erving, 1996-2000 165 Carrie Moore, 2003-07 109 Brianne Gallert, 1998-2001 108 Jenny Malinowski, 1987-90 105 Cureta Harris, 2000-03 102 Amanda Parker, 2004-07 79 Molly Dwyer, 2006-SA 76 Sarah Hurrle, 2000-01 70 Maria Jilian, 2001-06 67 Charlene Oesterling, 1991-92

Assists - Single Game

75 69 67 68 58 56 52 47 45 44 43 41

Sara Vest’s (2006-SA) 116 free throws made in 2007-08 rank as the seventh most in a single season and her .817 percentage ranked 10th. She also tied a school record for game percentage, making 10-for-10 against Northern Illinois.

Free Throw Percentage - Season .903 .882 .867 .861 .851 .846 .839 .824 .822 .817 .815 .810 .809 .802 .800

Casey Rost (2002-03), 121-134 Kelly DeLong (1998-99), 60-68 Ann Kasdorf (1978), 78-90 Casey Rost (2004), 303-352 Kelly DeLong (1995), 80-94 Casey Rost (2004), 99-117 Ann Kasdorf (1977), 52-62 Kristin Koetsier (2001-02), 112-136 Casey Rost (2001-02), 83-101 Sara Vest (2007-08), 116-142 Monet Morris (1990), 67-82 Kristin Koetsier (2002-03), 110-135 Amanda Parker (2007-08), 102-126 Ann Kasdorf (1976), 81-100 Kristin Koetsier (1999-2000), 144-178 Maria Jilian (2002-03), 101-126 Andrea Kimball (1991), 56-70

Kelly DeLong (1996-99) has the school’s best three-point percentage in a season at .496 her freshman year. It is the only three point record in WMU’s books not owned by Casey Rost. DeLong is second to Rost in career and single-season three pointers and career percentage.

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WESTERN MICHIGAN RECORDS .822 .814 .812 .788 .787 .770 .763 .761 .758 .736 .734 .732 .731 .727 .721 Maria Jillian (2002-06) is the MAC leader in single-season steals (124) and also holds the WMU record for steals in a career (364). Additionally, she ranks second in third career assists and 19th scoring. She was WMU’s first ever MAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2003 and was also named to the MAC All-Tournament Team that season.

WMU RECORDS

Free Throw Percentage - Career

Casey Rost, 2001-06 (393-478) Ann Kasdorf, 1975-78 (264-321) Kelly DeLong, 1995-99 (241-296) Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2003 (372-458) Monet Morris, 1990-91 (123-156) Sarah Hurrle, 2000-01 (111-141) Andrea Kimball, 1991-94 (264-343) Amanda Parker, 2004-08 (203-266) Kelly Koerber, 2001-05 (208-276) Shelsea Erving, 1996-2000 (191-252) Tracy Wells, 1984-87 (220-299) Carrie Moore, 2003- (324-441) Dionne Lassila, 1996-2000 (101-238) Brianne Gallert, 1998-2001 (91-127) Denise Kirby, 1990-91 (128-176) Maria Jilian, 2001-06 (318-441)

Rebounds - Single Game 21 20 19 18 17 17 15

Megan Boguslawski vs. Valparaiso, 1995 Pat Charity vs. Central Michigan, 1977 Lindsey Brown vs. Miami, 2006-07 Sharon Brown vs. Indiana State, 1977 Pat Charity (Five times) vs. Ball State, 1977; vs. Michigan, 1977; vs. Western Ontario, 1978; vs. Eastern Michigan,1978; vs. Indiana State, 1978 Carrie Moore at Northern Illinois, 2006-07 Danielle Mueller vs. Toledo, 2000 Danielle Mueller vs. Detroit, 1999 Lori Crisman vs. Illinois State, 2003 Lindsey Brown vs. American, 2005 Lori Crisman vs. Marshall, 2004 Kristin Koetsier at Akron, 1-19-02 Lori Crisman vs. Bowling Green, 3-3-01 Karen Deurloo vs. Bowling Green, 1-31-01

Rebounds - Season

Lindsey Brown (2005-07) only played two years at Western Michigan, but left her name in the record books. She recorded 19 rebounds in a single game and 291 boards her senior season, both rank third all-time in their respective categories.

296 293 291 285 274 273 264 262 258

Pat Charity, 1978 (26) Sharon Brown, 1979 (29) Lindsey Brown, 2006-07 (32) Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000 (30) Pat Charity, 1977 (25) Phyllis Cupp, 1976 (23) Danielle Mueller, 1999-2000 (30) Yvonne Thompson, 1988 (29) Star Harris, 1998-99 (29) Sharon Brown, 1977 (25)

Rebounds - Career 1,028 911 883 836 789 760 759 749 701

Pat Charity, 1977-78, ‘80-81 Kina Brown, 1992-95 Phyllis Cupp, 1972-73, ‘75-76 Carrie Moore, 2003-07 Sharon Brown, 1976-77, ‘79-80 Kim Worden, 1979-82 Mary Przygocki, 1977-81 Lori Crisman, 2000-04 Danielle Mueller, 1996-2000

Blocked Shots - Single Game Kendra McDonald (1985-88) holds the Brown & Gold record for most blocked shots in a career (159) and a single season (72).

88

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Melissa O’Mara vs. Texas-El Paso, 1993 Kristin Koetsier vs. Ball State, 2000 Melissa O’Mara vs. Eastern Michigan, 1990 Sara Vest vs. Ball State, 2006-07

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Kristin Koetsier (three times) Judy Moon vs. Grand Valley State, 1982 Kendra McDonald vs. Miami, 1986 vs. Central Michigan, 1988 Melissa O’Mara vs. Central Michigan, 1991 Kina Brown vs. Akron, 1993 Dora Kalmar Nagy vs. Iowa State, 1995 Kelly Koerber Twice vs. EMU/Butler Kristin Koetsier vs. Central Michigan, 2002 Kristin Koetsier vs. Ohio, 2002 Star Harris vs. Central Michigan, 1998 vs. Detroit-Mercy, 1998

Blocked Shots - Season 72 46 43 42 41 40 39 33 32 30

Kendra McDonald, 1988 (29) Dora Kalmar Nagy, 1995 (28) Dora Kalmar Nagy, 1994 (28) Kelly Koerber, 2004-05 (27) Kristin Koetsier, 2002-03 (24) Kristin Koetsier, 1999-2000 (30) Kendra McDonald, 1986 (27) Melissa O’Mara, 1993 (20) Kristin Koetsier, 2001-02 (31) Melissa O’Mara, 1991 (27) Kina Brown, 1993 (27)

Blocked Shots - Career 159 123 115 83 81 83 81 56

Kendra McDonald, 1985-88 Melissa O’Mara, 1989-91, ‘93 Kristin Koetsier, 1999-03 Dora Kalmar Nagy, 1994-96 Kina Brown, 1992-95 Kelly Koerber, 2001-05 Kina Brown, 1992-95 Kelly Koerber, 2001-05 Brenda Goldner, 1984-87

Steals - Career 364 328 273 256 220 213 208 202 192 167 141 136 138

Maria Jilian, 2001-06 Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2005-09 Shelly Klare, 1984-87 Casey Rost, 2001-06 Lori Crisman, 2000-04 Tracy Wells, 1984-87 Vicky Musky, 1981-84 Angel White, 1993-96 Carrie Moore, 2003-07 Kina Brown, 1992-95 Brooke Gallert, 1998-2001 Michelle Fortier, 1990-93 Brianne Gallert, 1998-2001

TEAM RECORDS Points - Single Game 132 120 117 116 115 105 104 104 103 102 101 101 100 100

vs. Valparaiso (95), 1994 vs. Chicago St. (37), 1981 vs. UMKC (90), 2003 vs. Utah State, 2003 vs. IPFW (83), 2002 vs. National College (92), 1982 (OT) vs. Valparaiso (91), 1993 vs. South Carolina State (66), 1995 vs. Youngstown St. (69), 1987 vs. Marshall (84), 1998 vs. Akron (60), 2003 vs. Kent (95), 1995 vs. Illinois State (79), 2002 vs. Ball State (58), 1996 vs. Eastern Michigan (61), 1996

Points - Season

10 Shelly Klare vs. Notre Dame, 1984 9 Denise Kirby vs. Cal-Santa Barbara, 1990 8 T. DeLaHoussaye vs. Cleveland State, 2006-07 Maria Jilian at Ball State, 2006 Casey Rost at Illinois State, 2003 Maria Jilian at Toledo, 2003 7 Tiera DeLaHoussay at Marquette, 2007-08 Tiera DeLaHoussaye at Air Force, 2006-07 Denise Kirby vs. Miami (Ohio), 1991 Denise Kirby vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee

2,523 2,334 2,248 2,238 2,227 2,200 2,175 2,140 2,135 2,135 2,130 2,079 2,026

Steals - Season

Field Goals - Single Game

Steals - Single Game

124 (MAC record) Maria Jilian, 2003 110 Maria Jilian, 2004 107 Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2007-08 96 Tiera DeLaHoussaye, 2006-07 87 Casey Rost, 2003 82 Vicky Musky, 1984 76 Shelly Klare, 1984 73 Lori Crisman, 2004 Shelly Klare, 1985 69 Shelly Klare, 1987 68 Angel White, 1995 64 Maria Jilian, 2005-06 (19) Casey Rost, 2004 63 Brooke Gallert, 1998-99 62 Lori Crisman, 2003 62 Denise Kirby, 1990

52 50 45 43 42 41

2002-03 (32—78.8 ppg) 2003-04 (32---72.9 ppg) 2007-08 (32--70.2 ppg) 2006-07 (32-69.9 ppg) 2001-02 (31—71.8 ppg) 1981 (31—71.0 ppg) 1999-2000 (30-72.5 ppg.) 1998-99 (29—73.8 ppg) 1985 (29—73.6 ppg) 1994 (28—76.3 ppg) 1995 (28—76.1 ppg) 1987 (27—77.3 ppg) 1980 (29—69.9 ppg)

vs. Chicago State, 1981 vs. Valparaiso, 1994 vs. National College, 1982 vs. McGill, 1981 vs. Western Ontario, 1978 Five times

Field Goals - Season 947 879 870 865 838 818 812 808

1981 (31 games) 2003 (32 games) 1985 (29) 1987 (27) 1980 (29) 1978 (26) 2004 (32 games) 1999-2000 (30)

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WESTERN MICHIGAN RECORDS 3-Point Field Goals - Single Game

vs. Bowling Green, 3-2-2000 at Wake Forest, 11-25-00 at Eastern Michigan, 1-17-01 vs. Marshall, 1-9-98 vs. Illinois State, 11-23-02 at Air Force, 12-4-98 vs. Bowling Green, 2-13-99 vs. Detroit, 12-11-93 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2-26-99 Thirteen Times

3-Point Field Goals - Season (Games)

1998-99 (29) 2002-03 (32) 1999-2000 (30) 2003-04 (32) 2000-01 (28) 2005-06 (28) 2007-08 (32) 2001-02 (31) 2004-05 (28) 1996-97 (26) 2006-07 (32) 1995-96 (27) 1997-98 (26) 1994-95 (28)

Field-Goal Percentage - Single Game .704 .659 .640 .627 .623 .621 .619 .613 .607 .604 .596 .591 .589 .588 .586 .583 .574 .574 .574

vs. Eastern Michigan, 1996 (38-54) at Bowling Green, 2007-08 (27-41) vs. Central Michigan, 1986 (32-50) vs. Western Ontario, 1978 (42-67) vs. Akron, 2001 (38-61) vs. Texas Southern, 2002 (36-58) vs. Arizona State, 2001 (26-42) vs. Ball State, 1984 (38-62) vs. Kent, 1994 (37-61) vs. Northern Illinois, 1984 (29-84) vs. Detroit-Mercy, 1998 (34-57) vs Utah State, 2003 (39-66) vs. Buffalo, 2000 (33-56) vs. Kansas State, 2000 (30-51) vs. Central Michigan, 2007-08 (34-58) at Cleveland State, 2005 (28-48) vs. Toledo, 1983 (27-47) vs. Ohio University, 1986 (35-61) vs. Central Michigan, 1989 (31-54)

Field-Goal Percentage - Season .484 .464 .463 .461 .457 .444 .441 .437

1995 (726-1499) 1984 (756-1629) 2002-03 (879-1899) 1988 (812-1763) 1985 (870-1904) 1989 (707-1592) 2001-02 (793-1797) 1999-2000 (808-1,849)

Free Throws - Single Game 46 32 31 30 29

vs UMKC, 2003 at Cleveland State, 2005 vs. Kent, 1996 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1994 vs. Miami, 1985 vs. Utah State, 2003 vs. Central Michigan, 1976 vs. Northwestern, 2007-08

Free Throws - Season 597 560 536 514 497 428 424 417 388 383 380 374 371 363 356 350 344

2007-08 (32) 2002-03 (32) 2003-04 (32) 2006-07 (32) 2001-02 (31) 1994 (28) 1995 (28) 2005-06 (28) 1998-99 (29) 1998 (26) 1996 (27) 2000-01 (28) 1999-2000 (30) 1991 (27) 1976 (23) 1980 (29) 1986 (27)

Free Throw Percentage - Single Game

(min. 15 attempts) 1.000 vs. Buffalo, 2004-05 (15-15) vs. Buffalo, 2002 (17-17) .957 at Northern Illinois, 2001 (22-23) .950 vs. Central Michigan, 2003 (19-20) .938 vs. Miami, 2006-07 (15-16) .933 vs. Ohio University, 1990 (14-15)) .917 vs. Toledo, 2002 (22-24) .913 vs. Northern Illinois, 2003 (21-23) vs. Northern Illinois, 2002 (21-23) .900 vs. Indiana, 1981 (18-20) .895 vs. Akron, 1998 (17-19) vs. Indiana State, 1978 (17-19) .889 vs. Buffalo, 2007-08 (16-18) .885 vs. Michigan State, 1983 (23-26) .882 vs. Kent, 1999 (15-17)

Free Throw Percentage - Season .790 .768 .762 .735 .728 .718 .714 .710 .707 .704

2002-03 (560-709) 2001-02 (497-647) 1999-2000 (371-487) 2007-08 (597-812) 2003-04 (536-736) 1992 (420-585) 1990 (344-482) 2006-07 (514-724) 2004-05 (393-556) 2000-01 (374-531)

.698 .694 .692 .689 .680

1988 (322-461) 1998-99 (388-559) 2005-06 (417-603) 1987 (334-485) 1996 (380-559)

Rebounds - Single Game 83 73 71 69 68 66

vs. Indiana, 1978 vs. Oakland University, 1979 vs. Valparaiso, 1994 vs. Valparaiso, 1993 vs. Chicago State, 1981 vs. Oakland, 1979 vs. McGill, 1981 vs. Ohio University, 1982

Rebounds - Season 1,534 1,445 1,368 1,350 1,299

1981 (31 games) 1980 (29) 1978 (26) 1979 (29) 1994 (28)

Most Overall Wins - Season 21 20

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Pat Charity (1977-81) holds the program record for rebounds in a single season (296) and a career (1,028). She is the only player in WMU history to record over 1,000 rebounds and with 1,542 career points she is the lone member of the 1,0001,000 club, ranking fifth all-time in career scoring. Charity went on to become the Broncos head coach for seven seasons (1990-97).

1978 (21-5) 2003 (20-12) 1976 (20-3) 2003-04 (19-13) 1998-99 (19-10) 1980 (19-10) 1985 (19-10) 1988 (19-12) 1999-2000 (18-12)

WMU RECORDS

207 205 188 174 160 156 147 144 126 124 122 102 101 94

vs. Central Michigan, 2007-08 vs. Cleveland State, 2006-07 at Northern Illinois, 2006 vs. Texas-Pan American, 2006-07 vs. Kent State, 2002 vs. Ferris State, 1985 vs. Central Michigan, 1982 vs. Kent, 2000 vs. Kent, 1998 vs. Kent, 1998 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2003 vs. Kent State, 2003 at Eastern Michigan, 2000 vs. College of Charleston, 1995 vs. Valparaiso, 1994 vs. Houston, 1994 vs. Kansas, 1987 vs. Michigan State, 1982 vs Charlotte, 2004 vs. Vermont, 1998

17 15 13 12 11 11 10

28 28 27 26 25

Most MAC Wins - Season 14 13 12 11 10 9

1999-2000 (14-2) 1984-85 (14-4) 1994-95 (13-5) 1987-88 (12-4) 2005-06 (11-5) 2001-02 (11-5) 1998-99 (11-5) 2002-03 (10-6) 1995-96 (10-8) 1992-93 (10-8) 1993-94 (9-9) 1985-86 (9-9)

Tracy Wells (1983-87) is the Broncos’ career assists leader with 699. She held the single season mark with 236 until her 10-year mark was broke by Tiera DeLaHoussaye lin 2007-08 (250). Wells ranks ninth in career points with 1,352.

Consecutive Overall Wins - Season 17 13 11 9 7 6

Consecutive MAC Wins No. 9 8 7 6 5

*records set in 2008-09 in bold.

1976 1978 1972 1995 1998-99 2007-08 2002-03

Season 1999-2000 1994-95 2003-04 2007-08 2002-03 2005-06 2001-02

Shelly Klare (1983-87) holds Western Michigan’s mark for most steals in a game with 10 against Notre Dame in 1984. She ranks third in career steals with 273 and sixth on the alltime scoring list with 1,459 career points.

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Year-by-Year Coaching Records

COACHING RECORDS

Season 2008-09

Overall Mid-American Head Coach W L Pct. W L Pct. Tasha McDowell 7 23 .233 3 16 .158

2007-08 Ron Stewart 2006-07 Ron Stewart 2005-06 Ron Stewart 2004-05 Ron Stewart 5th - West 2003-04 Ron Stewart 2002-03 Ron Stewart 2001-02 Ron Stewart 2000-01 Ron Stewart 5th - West 1999-2000 Ron Stewart 1998-99 Ron Stewart 1997-98 Ron Stewart Ron Stewart’s Totals 1996-97 Pat Charity 1995-96 Pat Charity 1994-95 Pat Charity 1993-94 Pat Charity 1992-93 Pat Charity 1991-92 Pat Charity 1990-91 Pat Charity Pat Charity’s Totals

Finish 6th-West

13 14 14 10

19 18 14 18

.406 .438 .500 .357

9 6 11 7

7 10 5 9

.563 .375 .688 .437

3rd - West 5th - West 2nd - West

19 20 16 9

13 12 15 19

.594 .625 .516 .321

11 10 11 6

5 6 5 10

.687 .625 .688 .375

3rd - West 3rd - West 3rd - West

18 19 7 159

12 10 19 169

.600 .655 .269 .485

14 11 5 101

2 5 13 77

.875 .688 .278 .567

1st - West 2nd - West 5th - West

3 13 17 16 14 2 9 74

23 14 11 12 13 25 18 118

.115 .481 .607 .571 .519 .074 .333 .389

3 10 13 9 10 1 4 50

15 8 5 9 8 15 12 72

.167 .556 .722 .500 .556 .063 .250 .410

9th 6th Tie - 3rd 6th Tie - 5th 9th 8th

1989-90 Jim Hess 1988-89 Jim Hess 1987-88 Jim Hess 1986-87 Jim Hess 1985-86 Jim Hess 1984-85 Jim Hess 1983-84 Jim Hess 1982-83 Jim Hess Jim Hess’ Totals 1981-82 Fran Ebert 1980-81 Fran Ebert 1979-80 Fran Ebert 1978-79 Fran Ebert 1977-78 Fran Ebert 1976-77 Fran Ebert 1975-76 Fran Ebert 1974-75 Fran Ebert 1973-74 Fran Ebert 1972-73 Fran Ebert 1971-72 Fran Ebert 1970-71 Fran Ebert 1969-70 Fran Ebert 1968-69 Fran Ebert 1967-68 Fran Ebert Fran Ebert’s Totals

10 11 19 17 12 19 13 3 104

17 16 10 10 15 10 12 23 113

.370 .407 .655 .630 .444 .655 .520 .115 .479

5 6 12 10 9 14 8 0 64

11 10 4 6 9 4 10 18 72

.313 .375 .750 .625 .500 .778 .444 .000 .471

6th Tie - 5th Tie - 2nd 3rd Tie - 4th 2nd 6th 10th

7 18 19 12 21 13 20 16 9 13 14 7 3 1 6 179

19 13 10 17 5 12 3 5 9 3 3 5 5 9 6 124

.269 .581 .655 .414 .808 .520 .870 .762 .500 .813 .824 .583 .375 .111 .500 .591

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PROGRAM TOTALS

523 547 .489

218 234 .482

Tasha McDowell 2008-SA 1 Season 7-23 overall 3-16 MAC

Ron Stewart 1997-2008 11 Seasons 159-169 overall 101-77 MAC

Pat Charity 1990-97 Seven Seasons 74-118 overall 50-72 MAC

Jim Hess 1982-90 Eight Seasons 104-113 overall 64-72 MAC

MAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS

1982............................................... L, Central Michigan, 47-45 1985................................................................W, Miami, 87-77 W, Central Michigan, 73-63 1986....................................................................L, Ohio, 73-70 1987...............................................L, Central Michigan, 82-70 1988................................................................W, Miami, 66-63 L, Bowling Green, 70-53 1989........................................................... L, Ball State, 81-59 1990................................................................ L, Toledo, 68-55 1993.................................................................L, Miami, 67-61 1994................................................................... W, Ohio, 76-71 L, Toledo, 69-68 1995..................................................W, Bowling Green, 67-64 L, Toledo, 82-73 1996................................................................. L, Miami, 76-69 1999.............................................W, Eastern Michigan, 95-68 L, Kent State, 60-50 2000.............................................W, Eastern Michigan, 93-65 L, Toledo, 64-55 2001...................................................L, Bowling Green, 78-75 2002.................................................................L, Miami, 77-70 2003.........................................................W, Kent State, 87-72 W, Toledo, 60-57 W, Ball State, 81-76 2004.................................................................W, Akron, 83-67 L, Bowling Green, 63-62 2005..................................................................L, Miami, 74-71 2006................................................................ L, Toledo, 59-64 2007................................................................ W, Miami, 74-58 L, Ball State, 56-53 2007................................................................ W, Akron, 84-54

Fran Ebert

90

1962-82 15 Seasons 179-124 overall

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2008-09 7-23/3-16 MAC - 6th MAC West Head Coach: Tasha McDowell

2007-08 13-19/9-7 MAC - 3rd MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............at New Mexico ^...................................62-85 W............vs. Northwestern ^............................... 64-61 L..............vs. Dayton ^..........................................63-88 W............CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE...........88-65 L..............at SMU &............................................... 61-86 L..............vs. Drake &...........................................70-82 L..............at American.......................................... 61-65 L..............at Maryland Eastern Shore..................66-85 W............ILLINOIS CHICAGO................................ 51-39 L..............TEMPLE.................................................68-72 L..............at Chicago State................................... 65-76 L..............vs. Seton Hall @....................................80-85 L..............at San Diego State @........................... 72-77 L..............at Marquette......................................... 74-78 L..............BALL STATE *........................................70-84 W............at Central Michigan *.......................... 67-57 W............at Toledo *............................................ 70-57 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS *........................ 75-51 W............at Eastern Michigan *..........................83-72 W............KENT STATE *.......................................66-59 W............at Bowling Green *..............................79-73 L..............OHIO *...................................................85-94 L..............at Miami *............................................ 61-73 W............BUFFALO *............................................73-67 W............at Akron.................................................69-55 L..............EASTERN MICHIGAN *......................... 61-67 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN *....................98-91 OT L..............at Northern Illinois *............................65-67 L..............at Ball State *....................................... 69-74 L..............TOLEDO *.............................................. 68-77 W............vs. Akron #............................................84-54 L..............vs. Miami #...........................................60-65 ^ Women’s Sport Foundation Tournament - Albuquerque, N.M. & SMU Thanksgiving Tournament - Dallas, Texas @ San Diego State Surf ‘N Slam Tournament * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round - Cleveland, Ohio & - MAC Tournament Quarterfinals - Cleveland, Ohio

L..............at Illinois Chicago................................. 83-87 L..............at Wisconsin......................................... 77-80 W............DETROIT................................................85-72 L..............at Notre Dame...................................... 67-87 L..............vs. Marquette #.....................................61-74 L..............vs. Xavier #...........................................62-69 L..............vs. Auburn #.........................................86-95 W............vs. Texas-Pan American $.................... 95-77 W............at Air Force $........................................ 71-54 W............CLEVELAND STATE...............................93-79 W............IUPUI.....................................................78-63 L..............at Temple..............................................35-78 W............CHICAGO STATE.................................... 54-47 W............MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE..............66-62 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 78-91 L..............at Ball State*........................................ 60-76 L..............EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................58-79 L..............at Northern Illinois*.............................73-79 L..............TOLEDO*............................................... 72-76 W............at Ohio*................................................ 71-55 L..............No. 16 BOWLING GREEN*...................62-90 W............AKRON*................................................82-58 L..............at Kent State*......................................65-78 L..............at Buffalo*............................................ 48-61 W............MIAMI*..................................................90-68 W............Central Michigan*................................80-66 W............BALL STATE*......................................... 81-68 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................45-69 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*.........................67-56 L..............at Toledo*............................................. 66-74 W............vs. Miami %........................................... 74-58 l...............vs. Ball State &.....................................53-56 # - Paradise Jam - St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands $ - Air Force Classic, Denver, Colo. * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round - Cleveland, Ohio & - MAC Tournament Quarterfinals - Cleveland, Ohio

L..............Boston College#................................... 50-71 L..............Central Connecticut State#.................49-58 L..............Northwestern@.....................................60-64 L..............BUTLER................................................. 54-57 L..............Purdue@............................................... 42-74 W............MICHIGAN.............................................79-62 L..............Virginia Tech$....................................... 57-72 L..............Arkansas State$...................................43-75 W............DETROIT................................................65-64 L..............Quinnipiac!............................................ 65-71 W............Samford!...............................................63-46 W............@Central Michigan*.............................69-64 L..............BOWLING GREEN*...............................67-80 W............@Ball State*................................... 77-74, OT W............EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................85-80 L..............@Kent State*.......................................67-69 L..............@Bowling Green*.................................58-80 L..............BALL STATE*.........................................70-79 L..............AKRON*................................................ 70-74 L..............@Ohio University*................................73-85 W............TOLEDO*...............................................60-58 W............@Buffalo*.............................................70-58 L..............@Eastern Michigan*............................ 50-91 L..............MARSHALL*......................................... 61-72 L..............MIAMI*.................................................. 77-83 W............@Northern Illiinois*.............................59-56 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*..........................86-75 L..............Miami%..................................................71-74 * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round # - Michigan State Tournament $ - Dual In The Desert !-Wells Fargo New Years Eve Classic

2005-06 14-14/11-5 MAC - 2nd MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............at Michigan...........................................53-66 L..............at No. 1 Connecticut............................46-95 W............UMKC..................................................117-90 W............at Illinois State...................................... 79-57 L..............at Arizona State#..................................66-75 W............vs. Montana State................................84-62 L..............at No. 15 North Carolina..................... 52-81 W............UTAH STATE.........................................116-65 W............at Detroit.........................................65-62, OT L..............No. 7/8 PURDUE..................................73-85 L..............at Montana........................................... 51-67 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*.........................80-73 W............BUFFALO*.............................................78-53 W............at Marshall*.........................................96-72 W............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 66-61 W............KENT STATE*........................................ 76-67 W............at Akron*.............................................. 76-61 W............at Central Michigan*...........................72-59 L..............EASTERN MICHIGAN*.......................... 74-85 W............at Northern Ilinois*..............................79-69 L..............at Bowling Green*...............................67-69 W............BALL STATE*..........................................87-71 L..............at Miami*.............................................65-68 L..............at Toledo*.............................................59-70 L..............OHIO*.................................................... 72-74 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*..........................67-55 W............Toledo.................................................... 62-61 W............AKRON%*.............................................83-67 L..............vs. Bowling Green$*............................62-63 W............vs. Louisville!........................................ 63-61 W............vs. Charlotte 49ers!.......................85-83, OT L..............vs. Richmond!@....................................82-66 * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round $ - MAC Tournament Quarterfinals - Cleveland @ - WNIT Quarterfinals-Kalamazoo !-WNIT Tournament First Round/Second Round # - Arizona State Tournament

L..............at NOTRE DAME................................... 68-71 L..............vs. Florida International#.....................65-66 L..............vs. American#....................................... 72-74 L..............PURDUE................................................65-98 W............at Detroit Mercy....................................89-78 W............at Cleveland State................................ 92-77 W............NORTHWESTERN..................................90-72 L..............vs. Virginia Tech$.................................65-69 L..............vs. Louisville$.......................................50-73 L..............at Missouri............................................65-84 L..............at IUPUI................................................. 51-70 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*..........................58-50 L..............BALL STATE*......................................... 70-81 L..............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 55-71 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*.........................78-65 W............TOLEDO*............................................... 73-71 W............OHIO*.................................................... 88-77 L..............at Bowling Green*............................... 69-77 W............at Akron*..............................................62-58 W............KENT STATE*........................................69-63 W............at Miami*.............................................70-60 W............BUFFALO*.............................................86-42 W............at Central Michigan*...........................64-54 L..............at Ball State*........................................55-62 L..............EASTERN MICHIGAN*.......................... 57-64 W............at Northern Illinois*.............................89-86 W............TOLEDO*............................................... 87-86 L..............vs. Toledo%...........................................59-64 * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round # - Florida International Thanksgiving Classic $ - Caribbean Classic at Cancun, Mexico

2003-04 19-13/11-5 MAC - 3rd MAC West WNIT Quarterfinals Head Coach: Ron Stewart

2002-03 20-12/10-6 MAC MAC - Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament Bid Head Coach: Ron Stewart

W............ ILLINOIS STATE..................................100-79 W............ CLEVELAND STATE..............................93-78 L..............vs. Western Illinois@............................ 76-84 W............vs. Texas Southern@............................ 86-51 W............vs. Butler...............................................86-75 L..............at UMKC................................................62-75 L..............at Kansas State....................................92-75 W............IPFW....................................................115-83 L..............at Purdue..............................................73-65 W............MONTANA............................................. 76-64 W............at Kent State*......................................73-58 W............MIAMI UNIVERSITY*............................75-60 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*......................... 81-48 W............at Central Michigan*...........................86-55 L..............NORTH CAROLINA................................ 79-76 W............BOWLING GREEN*............................... 75-51 W............AKRON*................................................96-60 L..............at Toledo*........................................72-69 OT L..............at Ohio*................................................75-64 W............MARSHALL*......................................... 80-71 L..............EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................73-59 L..............at Buffalo*............................................73-70 W............TOLEDO*............................................... 87-60 L..............at Ball State*........................................ 87-76 L..............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 65-57 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*.......................... 87-65 W............at Northern Illinois*.............................83-67 W............vs. Kent%*............................................ 87-72 W............vs. Toledo$*......................................... 60-57 W............vs. Ball State&*.................................... 81-76 L..............vs. Stanford#........................................82-66 * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round $ - MAC Tournament Quarterfinals - Cleveland & - MAC Championship Game #-NCAA Tournament First Round @ - Kansas Tournament

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

^ Iona Thanksgiving Classic, Iona, N.Y. & Orange County Clash, Irvine, Calif. * - Mid-American Conference game # - MAC Tournament First Round - Cleveland, Ohio

2004-05 10-18/7-9 MAC Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............at Saint Louis.......................................67-68 L..............PITT.......................................................60-88 L..............MARQUETTE.........................................58-89 L..............vs. UMBC ^........................................... 69-81 W............vs. Iona ^..............................................54-44 W............at Central Conneticut State.................68-52 L..............at Illinois-Chicago.................................54-45 L..............at Drake................................................55-67 W............CHICAGO STATE....................................72-63 L..............vs. Illinois State &................................. 51-82 W............vs. UC Irvine &......................................64-43 L..............at No. 2 North Carolina......................55-102 L..............at North carolina Central............. 66-67 (OT) L..............TOLEDO *..............................................64-69 L..............BALL STATE *........................................67-70 L..............at Northern Illinois *.....................65-71 (OT) L..............at Central Michigan *.......................... 87-98 W............EASTERN MICHIGAN *......................... 76-67 L..............at Kent State *.....................................59-70 L..............at Buffalo *...........................................64-72 L..............MIAMI *.................................................63-69 L..............BOWLING GREEN *...................... 77-79 (OT) W............at Ohio *............................................... 74-56 W............AKRON *............................................... 61-47 L..............at Toledo *............................................49-64 L..............CENTRAL MICHIGAN *.........................60-64 L..............at Ball State *....................................... 61-80 L..............at Eastern Michigan *..........................66-69 L..............NORTHERN ILLINOIS *........................69-73 L..............vs. Ohio #.............................................. 57-68

2006-07 14-18/6-10 MAC - 5th MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

2001-02 16-15/11-5 MAC - 3rd MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............vs. Arkansas State@............................72-62 W............vs. Eastern Washington@....................72-56 L..............TULSA....................................................62-59 W............vs. No. 21 Arizona State#.................... 77-63 L..............vs. Richmond#..................................... 79-76 L..............vs. Kansas State#................................ 91-62 L..............at Cleveland State................................80-78 L..............at Arkansas......................................73-69 OT L..............at Notre Dame...................................... 71-48 W............BUTLER.................................................80-63 L..............WAKE FOREST......................................67-55 L..............at IPFW.................................................. 81-77 W............at Toledo*.............................................64-55 L..............at Miami*............................................. 71-58 W............EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................80-68 W............at Marshall*......................................... 71-52 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*.........................73-59 W............at Akron*.............................................. 77-69 W............OHIO*....................................................89-63 L..............BALL STATE*.........................................85-73 W............at Central Michigan*........................... 71-55 W............BUFFALO*.............................................83-53 L..............TOLEDO*...............................................89-78 W............IPFW......................................................95-88 W............at Bowling Green*...............................67-58 W............KENT STATE*........................................83-73 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*.......................... 87-78 L..............at Northern Illinois*.............................69-58 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................72-58 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN%......................... 77-67 L..............vs. Miami$............................................ 77-70 * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round $ - MAC Tournament Quarterfinals - Cleveland # - Paradise Jam - St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands @ - DePaul Moran Realty Classic

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

2000-01 9-19/6-10 MAC - 5th MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

92

L..............at Detroit............................................... 85-81 W............at Wake Forest..................................... 79-77 L..............at Tulsa.................................................69-59 L..............vs. Michigan@.......................................84-56 L..............KANSAS STATE...................................... 90-81 L..............at No. 3 Notre Dame............................84-54 L..............vs. James Madison#............................92-55 L..............vs. Loyola Marymount#.......................89-56 W............vs. George Mason$..............................58-56 L..............at Miami (Fla.)$.................................... 64-51 W............at Butler................................................68-64 L..............BALL STATE*.........................................94-68 L..............at Marshall*.........................................68-56 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................86-78 W............AKRON*................................................96-60 L..............at Kent State*...................................... 84-51 L..............at Toledo*.............................................82-46 W............BOWLING GREEN*...............................86-70 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*.......................... 77-58 L..............at Buffalo*............................................85-56 L..............TOLEDO*...............................................88-67 L..............at Ball State*........................................ 97-70 W............MIAMI*.................................................. 80-74 L..............at Northern Illinois*.............................75-65 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 74-68 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*.........................67-66 W............EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................86-83 L..............BOWLING GREEN%............................. 78-75 * - Mid-American Conference game % - MAC Tournament First Round @ - Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids # - University of Washington Seattle Times Classic $ - University of Miami’s (Fla.) Gatorade Holiday Classic

1999-2000 18-12/14-2 MAC - 1st MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............at Illinois@..........................................112-73 W............vs. Washington State#.........................68-65 L..............at Colorado#.........................................79-62 W............DETROIT................................................80-62 L..............at San Francisco..............................70-65 OT L..............at Nevada.............................................75-67 L..............at Stanford............................................80-66 L..............at Iowa State.........................................86-52 L..............at Georgia Tech& ...........................95-89 OT W............vs. Campbell&......................................88-68 W............TOLEDO*..........................................67-66 OT W............MARSHALL*.........................................63-52 W............at Akron*..............................................67-55 W............BUFFALO*............................................. 87-47 W............at Bowling Green*...............................88-67 L..............KENT*...................................................75-70 W............at Ball State*........................................75-72 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*......................... 74-64 L..............at Florida...............................................72-56 W............EASTERN MICHIGAN*.......................... 74-72 W............at Central Michigan*...........................82-63 W............at Toledo*............................................. 77-70 W............BALL STATE*.........................................78-64 W............at Miami*.............................................85-69 W............at Northern Illinois*.............................65-48 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*..........................90-65 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................93-65 W............vs. Bowling Green$.............................. 87-63 L..............vs. Toledo$...........................................64-55 L..............DEPAUL%..............................................69-64 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Preseason WNIT # - Coors Classic - Boulder, Colo. & - Georgia Tech Holiday Invitational $ - Mid-American Conference Tournament % WNIT First Round

1998-99 19-10/11-5 MAC - 2nd MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............at Vanderbilt.........................................85-67 W............at Tennessee Tech............................... 74-62 W............CENTRAL MICHIGAN............................ 75-57 W............DETROIT-MERCY................................... 97-81 W............at Maryland..........................................64-55 W............at Air Force&......................................... 87-69 W............vs. Wyoming&....................................... 84-71 W............at Bowling Green*...............................66-63 L..............BRADLEY...............................................93-79 L..............at Florida@............................................94-58 W............vs. Vermont@ . ..................................... 76-59 L..............at Akron*.............................................. 59-57 W............MARSHALL*.......................................102-84 W............at Miami*............................................. 81-62 W............OHIO*.................................................... 97-69 L..............at Toledo*.............................................86-63 L..............EASTERN MICHIGAN*.....................75-66 OT W............at Ball State*........................................67-63 L..............BUFFALO*%..........................................63-58 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*.........................67-52 W............at Central Michigan*........................... 85-74 W............at Buffalo*............................................55-54 W............BOWLING GREEN*...............................67-56 L..............KENT*...................................................73-66 W............at Marshall*......................................... 79-74 W............AKRON*................................................ 93-76 W............EASTERN MICHIGAN#..........................95-68 L..............vs. Kent**............................................60-50 L..............MICHIGAN$...........................................73-64 * - Mid-American Conference game & - Air Force Classic % - Delta Plex, Grand Rapids @ - University of Florida’s State Farm Classic # - MAC Tournament Quarterfinals ** - MAC Tournament Semifinals - Toledo, Ohio $ - Women’s National Invitation Tournament

1997-98 7-19/5-13 MAC - 4th MAC West Head Coach: Ron Stewart

L..............at Bradley..............................................78-62 W............CHICAGO STATE@.................................64-53 L..............MONTANA@...........................................89-65 W............NORTHERN ILLINOIS*......................... 83-71 W............at Southwest Texas State#..................64-62 L..............North Texas#........................................70-67 L..............at Ball State*........................................72-52 L..............Loyola-Chicago ....................................69-60 L..............at Butler................................................83-35 L..............at Detroit............................................... 77-65 L..............at Bowling Green*.............................102-69 L..............at Miami*.............................................79-69 L..............KENT*...................................................92-63 W............AKRON*................................................ 74-69 L..............at Central Michigan*...........................79-70 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................73-62 L..............TOLEDO*............................................... 77-60 L..............at Akron*.............................................. 87-72 L..............at Kent*................................................98-62 L..............MARSHALL*......................................... 74-72 L..............OHIO*....................................................78-49 L..............CENTRAL MICHIGAN*.......................... 77-65 L..............at Toledo*.............................................73-59 W............EASTERN MICHIGAN*..........................72-54 W............at Northern Illinois*............................. 86-74 W............BALL STATE*.........................................79-72 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Bronco Roundup Tournament # - Southwest Texas State Classic

1996-97 3-23/3-15 MAC - 9th Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

L.............Northeastern Illinois#.......................... 74-65 L.............Kentucky#............................................. 61-44 L.............Butler....................................................93-67 L.............at Ball State*........................................ 76-45 L.............at Valparaiso.........................................88-54 L.............Detroit................................................... 67-61

L.............vs. George Mason$..............................68-63 L.............vs. Eastern Washington$.....................75-64 L.............vs. UNC-Charlotte$............................... 87-52 L.............Ohio*....................................................82-68 L.............at Bowling Green*............................... 67-57 W...........at Central Michigan*...........................67-49 W...........at Akron*..............................................73-68 L.............Kent*.................................................... 77-44 L.............at Eastern Michigan*...........................72-56 L.............Miami*..................................................69-66 L.............at Toledo*............................................. 88-47 L.............Bowling Green*....................................68-44 L.............Central Michigan*................................64-59 L.............Ball State*............................................63-55 W...........Akron*................................................... 60-57 L.............at Kent*................................................ 76-63 L.............Eastern Michigan*............................... 61-58 L.............at Miami*............................................. 71-56 L.............Toledo*.................................................95-59 L.............at Ohio.................................................. 74-45 * - Mid-American Conference game # - WMU Holiday Inn West Tournament $ - Central Florida Tournament

1995-96 13-14/10-8 MAC - 6th Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

W...........vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay#...................60-59 L.............at Michigan State#............................... 93-71 L.............Wisconsin.............................................83-64 W...........Valparaiso.............................................65-44 L.............at Detroit............................................... 76-62 L.............at Butler................................................70-60 L.............vs. Seton Hall$..................................... 61-60 W...........vs. Western Carolina$..........................79-55 L.............at Bowling Green*...............................69-68 W...........at Central Michigan*...........................75-48 W...........Eastern Michigan*.............................100-61 W...........at Ball State*........................................ 74-62 W...........Miami*.................................................. 87-66 L.............at Kent*................................................79-59 L.............Ohio*.................................................... 77-76 W...........Toledo*.................................................78-60 W...........Akron*................................................... 85-61 W...........Central Michigan*.................................71-51 W...........at Eastern Michigan.............................79-75 W...........Ball State*..........................................100-58 L.............at Miami................................................66-63 L.............Kent*.................................................... 75-74 L.............at Ohio..................................................79-64 L.............at Toledo...............................................66-63 W...........at Akron................................................. 77-70 L.............Bowling Green*.................................... 56-51 L.............at Miami@............................................. 76-69 * - Mid-American Conference game # - Michigan State Tournament $ - Georgia Tech Tournament @ - MAC Tournament

1994-95 17-11/13-5 MAC - Tie 3rd Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

L..............Butler.................................................... 77-76 L..............vs. Eastern Kentucky@........................89-66 W............vs. South Carolina State@.................104-66 W............Iowa State%..........................................64-54 L..............East Tennessee State% .....................92-80 W............College of Charleston%........................ 74-64 L..............Detroit Mercy........................................ 80-61 L..............at Wisconsin......................................... 74-55 W............Bowling Green*.................................... 60-57 W............Central Michigan*................................ 72-57 W............at Eastern Michigan*...........................75-59 W............Ball State*............................................84-58 L..............at Miami*.............................................85-62 L..............Kent*....................................................88-82 L..............at Ohio*................................................83-69 L..............at Toledo*..............................................76-71 W............at Akron*..............................................93-83 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 70-61 W............Eastern Michigan*...............................80-60 W............at Ball State*........................................ 76-59 W............Miami*.................................................. 76-72

W............at Kent*..............................................101-95 W............Ohio*.................................................... 81-67 W............Toledo*.................................................95-92 W............Akron*...................................................86-68 W............at Bowling Green*...............................86-68 W............Bowling Green# . .................................67-64 L..............at Toledo#.............................................82-73 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Cheesebrough-Ponds-USA Mid-Am. Classic % - Coastal Holiday Tournament # - Mid-American Tournament

1993-94 16-12/9-9 MAC - 6th Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

W............Northeastern Illinois............................69-59 W............vs. Northern Iowa#...............................94-72 L..............at Indiana#...........................................95-68 W............Valparaiso...........................................132-95 W............at Detroit Mercy.................................... 81-77 W............at Long Beach State............................88-80 L..............at Southern California%.......................88-62 W............Houston%..............................................89-79 W............at Miami*.............................................86-79 W............Akron*...................................................80-68 L..............Ohio*.................................................... 71-69 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 63-61 L..............Bowling Green*....................................79-67 W............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 93-77 L..............Toledo*.................................................72-58 L..............at Kent..................................................88-80 W............Ball State*............................................82-60 W............at Akron*.............................................. 74-54 L..............at Ohio*................................................69-67 L..............Central Michigan*................................65-62 L..............at Bowling Green.................................. 71-64 W............Eastern Michigan*............................... 70-47 L..............at Toledo*.............................................65-62 W............Kent*.................................................... 87-80 W............at Ball State*........................................ 71-59 W............Miami*..................................................75-62 W............at Ohio$.................................................76-71 L..............vs. Toledo$...........................................69-68 * - Mid-American Conference game # - Indiana Tournament % - Southern California Tournament $ - MAC Tournament

1992-93 14-13/10-8 MAC - Tie 5th Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

W............at Valparaiso.......................................104-91 W............Detroit Mercy........................................ 73-71 L..............at Purdue..............................................92-64 W............Northeastern Illinois............................85-72 L..............at Arizona#........................................... 76-48 W............vs. Fairfield#......................................... 77-69 L..............at Arizona State....................................79-69 L..............Texas-El Paso........................................70-44 W............Kent*.................................................... 88-74 W............at Ball State*........................................64-62 W............Miami*.................................................. 61-58 W............at Akron*.............................................. 63-61 L..............at Ohio*................................................62-53 W............Central Michigan*................................ 61-56 L..............at Bowling Green*...............................84-59 W............Eastern Michigan*............................... 76-53 L..............at Toledo*.............................................59-49 W............Ball State*............................................68-49 W............at Miami*.............................................72-67 W............Akron*...................................................78-67 L..............Ohio*....................................................59-53 L..............at Central Michigan*...........................62-50 L..............Bowling Green*.................................... 91-64 W............at Eastern Michigan*...........................67-63 L..............Toledo*................................................. 70-51 L..............at Kent*................................................ 97-79 L..............at Miami@............................................. 67-61 * - Mid-American Conference game # - Arizona Christmas Tournament @ - MAC First Round

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991-92 2-25/1-15 MAC - 9th Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

L..............Miami (Fla.)...........................................94-72 W............Youngstown State................................. 77-62 L..............at Northern Illinois#............................. 95-74 L..............Maryland#..........................................103-59 L..............at Texas.................................................84-64 L..............at Valparaiso.........................................92-85 L..............Purdue..................................................78-70 W............at Loyola............................................... 76-75 W............Chicago State....................................... 77-61 L..............at Central Michigan*...........................67-63 L..............at Bowling Green*...............................72-69 L..............Eastern Michigan*...............................63-58 L..............at Toledo*.............................................79-73 L..............Kent*..................................................105-83 W............at Ball State*........................................ 77-69 L..............Miami*..................................................82-52 W............Northeastern Illinois............................84-75 L..............at Ohio*................................................63-62 W............Bowling Green*....................................85-75 L..............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 91-66 L..............Toledo*.................................................79-40 W............at Kent*................................................ 91-90 L..............Ball State*............................................ 76-60 L..............at Miami*.............................................60-55 W............Wisconsin-Milwaukee..........................78-59 W............Ohio*.................................................... 79-71 L..............Central Michigan*................................72-63 * - Mid-American Conference game

1989-90 10-17/5-11 MAC - 6th Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

W............at Chicago State................................... 91-68 L..............Tennessee............................................ 98-57 L..............Michigan...............................................78-63 W............at Detroit...............................................82-72 L..............Wisconsin-Green Bay........................... 51-46 L..............at Loyola Marymount........................... 85-71 L..............at Cal-Santa Barbara........................... 67-61 W............at Youngstown State............................65-60 L..............Toledo*................................................. 81-66 W............Ohio*....................................................65-55 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 71-64 L..............Bowling Green*.....................................76-74 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................73-72 W............Valparaiso.............................................92-83

W............vs. Georgetown#..................................63-62 L..............vs. Central Florida#..............................86-72 W............Detroit....................................................71-57 L..............at Michigan...........................................73-62 W............Colorado State$................................... 80-74 L..............Wisconsin-Green Bay$.........................79-50 L..............Cincinnati...............................................51-47 W............Youngstown State.................................82-68 L..............at Tennessee........................................84-39 L..............at Ball State*........................................68-58 L..............Miami*..................................................75-60 W............Eastern Michigan*............................... 61-58 W............at Ohio*................................................67-64 W............Central Michigan*...........................68-58 OT L..............at Bowling Green*............................... 78-57 L..............Toledo*.................................................73-59 W............at Valparaiso.........................................75-60 W............Kent*.................................................... 90-81 L..............at Miami*.............................................66-65 L..............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 76-65 W............Ohio*....................................................75-73 W............at Central Michigan*...........................72-68 L..............Bowling Green*....................................85-56 L..............at Toledo*............................................. 85-76 L..............at Kent*................................................80-73 L..............Ball State*............................................83-68 L..............at Ball State&....................................... 81-59 * - Mid-American Conference game $ - Phoenix Classic at Green Bay, Wis. & - MAC First Round - Muncie, Ind.

1987-88 19-10/12-4 MAC - 2nd Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

W............vs. Wright State@.................................70-44 L..............at Bradley@........................................... 81-66 W............Xavier....................................................65-56 L..............at Baylor................................................68-60 L..............at Texas...............................................108-50 L..............Michigan...............................................67-59 W............Valparaiso.............................................80-60 W............Bradley.................................................. 80-77 W............at Detroit............................................... 77-63 L..............at Youngstown State............................83-66 L..............at Kent*...........................................80-77 OT W............Ball State*............................................ 71-53 L..............at Miami*............................................. 71-63 W............at Bowling Green*...............................72-70 W............Ohio*....................................................67-63 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 75-61 W............Eastern Michigan*............................... 91-69 W............at Toledo*............................................. 66-57 W............Kent*....................................................85-67 W............at Ball State*........................................ 77-66 W............Miami*.................................................. 63-61 L..............Bowling Green*....................................75-65 W............at Ohio*................................................ 76-69 W............Central Michigan*................................64-56 W............at Eastern Michigan*...........................78-52 W............Toledo*................................................. 60-57 W............Ohio&....................................................65-54 W............vs. Miami#............................................66-63 L..............vs. Bowling Green#..............................70-53 * - Mid-American Conference game

1986-87 17-10/10-6 MAC - 3rd Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

L..............vs. North Carolina State@.................... 76-70 W............at Central Florida@..............................83-82 L..............Wisconsin.............................................86-79 W............Cincinnati..............................................86-59 W............at Xavier................................................ 76-55 W............Eastern Michigan*...............................72-62 W............Kansas..................................................84-82 W............Detroit...................................................90-79 W............Toledo*.................................................82-63 W............Youngstown State...............................103-69 W............Kent*....................................................92-82 W............Colorado State...................................... 84-74 W............at Ball State*........................................88-64 W............Miami*.................................................. 87-72 L..............Central Michigan*................................79-60 W............at Ohio*................................................ 78-74 L..............Bowling Green*.................................... 80-76 L..............at Toledo*............................................. 87-78 L..............at Notre Dame......................................65-58 L..............at Kent*................................................96-82 W............Ball State*............................................ 73-71 W............at Miami*.............................................73-70 W............at Central Michigan*........................... 78-71 W............Ohio*....................................................66-59 L..............at Bowling Green*...............................86-63 L..............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 81-48 L..............vs. Central Michigan#..........................82-70 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Central Florida Tournament # - MAC Tournament - Toledo, Ohio

1985-86 12-15/9-9 MAC - Tie 4th Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

W............Minnesota..............................................77-74 L..............at Penn State........................................83-53 L..............at Michigan...........................................65-50 L..............Notre Dame..........................................94-65 L..............at Texas.................................................92-65 W............Cheyney State@....................................86-67 W............Northwood............................................78-56 L..............at Kentucky...........................................84-60 L..............Central Michigan*................................ 66-61 L..............at Bowling Green*...............................65-49 L..............Eastern Michigan*...............................73-69 W............at Toledo*.............................................89-80 L..............Northern Illinois*.................................82-73 L..............at Kent*................................................79-78 W............Ball State*............................................ 74-58 W............at Miami*............................................. 77-57 L..............at Ohio*................................................88-79 W............Bowling Green*...............................76-75 OT W............at Eastern Michigan*............................81-71 L..............Toledo*.................................................75-72 W............at Northern Illinois*.............................96-88 W............Kent*....................................................75-50 L..............at Ball State*........................................ 77-61 L..............Miami*.................................................. 69-61 W............Ohio*.................................................... 81-79 W............at Central Michigan*...........................73-65 L..............vs. Ohio#...............................................73-70 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Austin, Texas # - MAC Tournament - Rockford, Ill.

1984-85 19-10/14-4 MAC - 2nd Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

L..............Louisville...............................................92-83 W............Michigan............................................... 60-57 L..............at Wisconsin......................................... 61-52 L..............at Notre Dame...................................... 76-46 L..............Eastern Washington#..........................82-65 W............Xavier#..................................................85-69 L..............at Michigan State.................................73-70 W............vs. Ferris State@...................................96-65 W............Toledo*.................................................78-64 W............Ohio*....................................................79-72 L..............at Northern Illinois*.............................84-65 L..............Central Michigan*................................ 76-66 W............at Kent*................................................64-62 W............Bowling Green*.................................... 64-57 W............at Ball State*........................................73-64 W............Eastern Michigan*............................... 94-74 L..............at Miami*............................................. 62-61 W............at Ohio*................................................ 86-76 W............Northern Illinois*.................................75-73 L..............at Central Michigan*...........................80-73 W............Kent*....................................................69-55 W............at Bowling Green*...............................78-69 W............Ball State*............................................88-79 W............at Eastern Michigan*........................... 89-71 W............Miami*.................................................. 76-67 W............at Toledo*.............................................78-62 W............Miami$.................................................. 87-77 W............Central Michigan$................................73-63 L..............at Texas&..............................................84-62 * - Mid-American Conference game # - Eastern Illinois Tournament @ - at Traverse City $ - MAC Tournament - Toledo, Ohio & - NCAA Quarterfinals - Austin, Texas

1983-84 13-12/8-10 MAC - 6th Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1990-91 9-18/4-12 MAC - 8th Place Head Coach: Pat Charity

1988-89 11-16/6-10 MAC - Tie 5th Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

@ - Lady Braves Tourney, Peoria, Ill. & - MAC Tournament First Round # - MAC Tournament - Toledo, Ohio

L..............Youngstown State................................. 96-61 L..............Loyola Marymount@............................63-56 L..............Princeton@............................................63-38 W............Loyola....................................................84-73 L..............Northeastern Illinois............................ 71-59 L..............Valparaiso.............................................85-80 L..............Santa Clara#........................................ 74-63 L..............Boston College#...................................78-70 L..............Cleveland State#...................................76-71 L..............at Wisconsin-Milwaukee...................... 61-45 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................82-38 L..............Toledo*................................................. 91-53 L..............at Kent*..............................................102-49 W............Ball State*............................................52-43 L..............at Miami*.............................................95-55 L..............at Detroit Mercy....................................69-48 L..............Ohio*.................................................... 91-54 L..............at Central Michigan*...........................58-56 L..............Bowling Green*....................................84-73 L..............at Toledo*.............................................92-40 L..............Kent*....................................................92-66 L..............at Ball State*.........................................81-71 L..............Miami*..................................................78-65 L..............at Ohio*................................................79-52 L..............Central Michigan*................................86-62 L..............at Bowling Green*............................... 97-69 L..............Eastern Michigan*............................... 72-57 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Michigan State Tournament # - Miami (Fla.) Tournament

W............at Kent*................................................69-55 L..............Ball State*............................................66-64 L..............at Miami*.............................................70-56 L..............at Ohio*................................................80-62 W............Central Michigan*................................73-64 L..............at Bowling Green*............................... 77-59 W............Eastern Michigan*...............................64-59 W............Chicago State.......................................73-43 W............Kent*.................................................... 79-77 L..............at Ball State*........................................ 70-57 L..............Miami*..................................................75-60 L..............at Toledo*............................................. 64-61 L..............at Toledo$.............................................68-55 * - Mid-American Conference game $ - MAC Tournament - Toledo, Ohio

L..............Michigan State.....................................66-65 W............at Michigan........................................... 76-65 W............Wayne State..........................................88-63 L.............. at Notre Dame.....................................75-54 W............Grand Valley State................................79-63 W............Oakland................................................88-69 W............vs. Ferris State at Manistee.................94-83 W............at Ball State*........................................72-66 W............Miami*.................................................. 74-64 L..............Ohio*....................................................92-80 L..............at Central Michigan*...........................96-55 W............Bowling Green*....................................72-60 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................79-63 L..............Toledo*.................................................83-69 L..............at Northern Illinois*............................. 74-73 W............Kent*....................................................82-52 L..............at Miami*............................................. 74-63 L..............at Ohio*................................................78-64 L..............Central Michigan*................................ 78-61 W............at Bowling Green*..........................67-66 OT L..............Eastern Michigan*...............................69-68 L..............at Toledo*............................................. 73-57 W............Northern Illinois*.................................75-69 W............at Kent*................................................ 66-51 W............Ball State*............................................ 84-77 * - Mid-American Conference game

1982-83 3-23/0-18 MAC - 10th Place Head Coach: Jim Hess

W............vs. Michigan State@............................. 77-60 L..............vs. Central Michigan@.........................69-62 L..............at Wisconsin......................................... 77-64 W............Grand Valley State................................78-56 L..............Notre Dame..........................................68-62 W............at Indiana State#................................. 60-57 L..............vs. Morehead State#...........................69-59 L..............at Detroit............................................... 74-66 L..............Northern Illinois*.................................73-66 L..............at Kent*................................................ 64-57 L..............Miami*.................................................. 76-63 L..............at Ball State*........................................84-72

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

L..............at Ohio*................................................ 74-72 L..............Central Michigan*................................96-78 L..............at Bowling Green*............................... 65-47 L..............Eastern Michigan*...............................73-62 L..............at Toledo*.............................................66-58 L..............Kent*.................................................... 71-68 L..............at Miami*.............................................64-46 L..............Ball State*............................................ 58-57 L..............Ohio*....................................................68-62 L..............at Central Michigan*........................... 78-57 L..............Bowling Green*.................................... 53-41 L..............at Eastern Michigan*...........................65-43 L..............Toledo*.................................................56-46 L..............at Northern Illinois*.............................65-62 * - Mid-American Conference game @ - Grand Rapids Press Invitational # - Indiana State Invitational

1981-82 7-19 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

L..............Michigan@............................................ 93-74 L..............Michigan State@..................................72-68 L..............Ohio State............................................. 75-41 W............Ohio.......................................................80-65 L..............at Miami................................................86-72 L..............Toledo....................................................78-66 L..............Augustana (Ill.)#....................................76-71 L..............East Tennessee State#........................72-69 L..............North Carolina#....................................90-63 L..............Kent.......................................................68-67 W............at Wayne State..................................... 71-58 W............Central Michigan..................................73-66 W............Detroit...................................................82-70 L..............at Indiana.............................................. 81-57 W............at Bowling Green.............................95-93 OT L..............Michigan State..................................... 74-62 L..............at Northern Illinois...............................69-60 W............at National College....................... 105-92 OT L..............Michigan............................................... 77-64 L..............Eastern Michigan................................. 82-71 L..............at Illinois State......................................96-59 L..............at Ball State..........................................59-52 L..............Central Michigan+................................ 47-45 W............at Grand Valley State........................... 56-47 L..............Wisconsin............................................. 74-53 L..............Oakland..............................................106-65 @ - Grand Rapids Press Invitational # - Hurricane Classic, Coral Gables, Fla. + - MAC Tournament, Muncie, Ind.

1980-81 18-13 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

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W............at Ohio..................................................56-54 L..............at Ohio State..........................................71-37 L..............at Wisconsin*.......................................68-54 L..............Western Kentucky*..............................68-55 L..............Jackson State#..................................... 76-62 W............West Virginia#...................................... 81-64 W............McMaster#...........................................90-33 W............Chicago State#...................................120-37 W............McGill#..................................................93-50 L..............vs. Miami$............................................ 76-73 W............vs. Central Michigan............................ 81-76 W............Indiana State........................................66-62 W............Miami.................................................... 63-61 W............Grand Valley State................................ 78-47 L..............at Kent..................................................73-59 L..............at Detroit............................................... 71-63 W............Wisconsin.............................................70-53 L..............Indiana..................................................82-72 L..............at Michigan State................................. 71-68 W............Northern Illinois.................................... 74-63 W............at Michigan...........................................64-63 W............vs. Marshall%........................................74-57 L..............at Illinois State%................................... 80-57 W............vs. Central Missouri%..........................70-63 W............Ferris State........................................... 81-63 W............at Eastern Michigan.............................73-68 L..............Illinois State.......................................... 76-69 L..............at Central Michigan.............................. 90-71 W............Oakland................................................ 68-61

W............Ball State.............................................. 79-74 L..............vs. Eastern Michigan+.........................86-79 * - Badger Invitational - Madison, Wis. # - Hurricane Classic - Coral Gables, Fla. % - Redbird Invitational - Normal, Ill. + - State AIAW Tourn. - Mount Pleasant

1979-80 19-10 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............at Western Ontario*............................. 85-77 W............vs. Detroit Cobras*...............................74-71 L..............vs. Ottawa Rookies*............................59-52 L..............at Oakland............................................75-70 L..............Ohio State.............................................73-68 W............Grand Valley State................................ 92-61 W............at Northern Illinois...............................69-63 L..............at Illinois State...................................... 84-71 W............Illinois-Chicago......................................76-71 W............vs. Eastern Michigan#.........................62-50 W............vs. Michigan#....................................... 76-53 W............Northern Michigan............................... 92-57 L..............Central Michigan..................................64-60 W............at Indiana..............................................67-64 W............at Indiana State....................................68-65 W............Marshall...........................................83-77 OT W............Kent.......................................................63-60 L..............Detroit....................................................71-57 W............at Grand Valley State...........................78-70 W............Michigan State.....................................66-56 W............vs. Illinois-Chicago%............................. 71-62 L..............at Illinois State%................................... 77-58 W............vs. DePaul%.......................................... 82-77 W............Eastern Michigan............................64-59 OT W............Bowling Green......................................60-49 L..............at Ball State..........................................64-62 W............Michigan...............................................69-59 L..............at Wisconsin.........................................80-72 L..............vs. Oakland&........................................ 81-59 * - Western Ontario Tournament # - Motor City Tournament % - Illinois State Invitational & - State AIAW Tournament - East Lansing

1978-79 12-17 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............Oakland................................................78-59 L..............at Ohio State......................................... 71-58 L..............Grand Valley State................................67-59 L..............at Michigan...........................................80-73 W............Wayne State*.......................................75-69 W............Eastern Michigan*...............................67-59 W............Indiana..................................................55-50 W............Indiana State........................................75-68 L..............at Detroit............................................... 76-57 W............Morris Harvey....................................... 57-49 L..............at Marshall...........................................73-49 L..............Illinois State..........................................67-66 W............at Michigan State.................................65-63 W............at Calvin................................................69-64 L..............Northwestern........................................65-45 W............Northern Michigan............................... 74-63 L..............at Eastern Michigan............................. 81-63 L..............vs. Northern Kentucky#....................... 65-57 L..............vs. Wisconsin-LaCrosse#................... 106-71 W............vs. Oakland#........................................ 77-69 L..............at Grand Valley State...........................80-55 L..............at Illinois-Chicago.................................70-55 L..............at Ball State.......................................... 74-72 L..............Central Michigan..................................68-64 L..............Wisconsin.............................................79-75 W............Oakland+..............................................85-66 L..............Detroit+.................................................79-66 W............Northern Michigan+............................. 76-56 L..............Indiana%...............................................65-49 * - Motor City Tournament # - Redbird Invitational - Normal, Ill. + - State AIAW Tourn. - Rochester % - Midwest AIAW Tourn. - Kalamazoo

1977-78 21-5 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............Central Iowa.......................................... 74-50 W............at York (Ont.)......................................... 71-44 W............at St. Clair CC.......................................64-59 W............at Western Ontario................................71-61 L..............Grand Valley State................................72-69 L..............at Northwestern...................................70-64 W............at Michigan...........................................82-64 L..............at Eastern Michigan.............................70-69 W............at Indiana..............................................49-38 W............at Indiana State.................................... 81-68 W............at Illinois State...................................... 77-69 L..............at Eastern Illinois................................. 68-61 W............Michigan State..................................... 51-44 W............Calvin.................................................... 74-42 W............Eastern Michigan.................................60-55 W............Illinois-Chicago..................................... 80-71 W............Marshall................................................85-65 W............Western Ontario...................................96-49 W............Central Michigan.................................. 87-72 W............at Grand Valley State........................... 81-80 W............Ball State..............................................88-62 W............at Michigan...........................................85-80 W............at Central Michigan..............................69-68 W............Ferris State*.........................................98-42 W............Oakland*..............................................90-80 L..............Michigan State*...................................67-55 * - State AIAW Tournament

1976-77 13-12 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

L..............Shaw College....................................... 61-59 W............Grand Valley State................................85-75 L..............Laurentian (Ont.).................................. 60-41 W............Michigan...............................................68-62 L..............Indiana State........................................ 73-71 L..............Illinois State..........................................63-60 W............Bowling Green......................................68-46 L..............Ohio State............................................. 71-54 W............Michigan State.....................................66-63 W............Michigan...............................................83-58 W............Hamilton (Ont.).....................................62-53 W............Western Ontario...................................73-66 L..............Eastern Michigan.................................70-69 L..............Eastern Michigan.................................67-65 W............Ball State.............................................. 85-57 W............Illinois-Chicago..................................... 66-41 L..............Central Michigan..................................68-67 L..............Grand Valley State................................ 57-53 L..............Calvin.................................................... 65-61 W............Michigan...............................................65-58 W............Central Michigan..................................66-64 W............Michigan*.............................................63-52 W............Grand Valley State*.............................60-56 L..............Michigan State*...................................68-53 L..............Indiana State#...................................... 71-69 * - State AIAW Tournament # - Midwest Regional AIAW Tournament

1975-76 20-3 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............Wayne State..........................................84-55 W............at Western Illinois ............................... 84-37 W............at Illinois State......................................82-60 L..............at Indiana.............................................. 64-61 L..............at Indiana State.................................... 73-71 W............at Goshen............................................. 81-43 W............Ohio State.............................................50-46 W............Eastern Michigan.................................75-53 W............Calvin....................................................78-44 W............at Michigan........................................... 72-61 W............Ball State.............................................. 91-77 W............Michigan State.....................................89-65 W............Marshall................................................ 71-44 W............Marshall................................................80-55 W............Grand Valley State................................66-53 W............Central Michigan.................................. 86-76 W............at Calvin................................................75-70

W............at Central Michigan..............................78-56 W............Calvin*..................................................79-58 W............Grand Valley State*.............................66-56 W............Central Michigan*................................ 78-57 W............Indiana#................................................75-62 L..............Wisc.-LaCrosse#...................................79-72 * - State AIAW Tournament # - Midwest Regional AIAW Tournament

1974-75 16-5 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............Michigan...............................................69-29 W............Goshen.................................................. 61-51 L..............at Ohio State.........................................63-40 W............at Ohio..................................................83-39 W............at Eastern Michigan............................. 71-45 W............Western Illinois.....................................92-45 W............Northern Illinois.................................... 86-31 W............Calvin.................................................... 71-46 L..............at Indiana State....................................78-73 L..............at Indiana..............................................66-62 L..............at Michigan State................................. 61-56 W............Marshall................................................ 81-63 W............Marshall................................................86-72 W............at Grand Valley State...........................65-55 W............Central Michigan.................................. 62-51 W............at Calvin................................................ 58-57 W............Grand Valley State*.............................72-48 W............at Eastern Michigan.............................58-46 W............Calvin*.................................................. 77-61 W............Ball State#............................................78-67 L..............Indiana#................................................ 77-64 * - State AIAW Tournament # - Midwest Regional AIAW Tournament

1973-74 9-9 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

L..............Goshen..................................................49-42 L..............Calvin....................................................50-35 W............Eastern Michigan.................................56-35 L..............Ohio State.............................................50-43 W............Michigan...............................................58-46 W............Cedarville.............................................. 61-34 L..............Marshall................................................54-49 W............Marshall................................................ 51-38 L..............Indiana.................................................. 69-47 L..............Michigan State..................................... 48-47 W............Central Michigan..................................65-49 W............Calvin.................................................... 55-41 W............Grand Valley State*.............................55-43 W............Michigan State*................................... 55-51 L..............Calvin*..................................................54-36 L..............Illinois State#........................................63-42 W............Ohio#.................................................... 57-47 L..............Wisconsin-LaCrosse#...........................55-44 * - State AIAW Tournament # - Regional AIAW Tournament

1972-73 13-3 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............Eastern Michigan................................. 46-14 W............Hope......................................................64-18 W............Marshall................................................ 61-35 W............Marshall................................................60-50 L..............Indiana.................................................. 51-36 W............Northern Illinois.................................... 65-31 W............Michigan State.....................................55-46 W............Central Michigan.................................. 71-63 W............Goshen..................................................73-54 W............Grand Rapids JC*................................78-40 W............Central Michigan*................................60-39 L..............Calvin*..................................................50-48 L..............Cedarville (OT)#....................................62-56 W............Western Illinois#................................... 52-37 W............Marshall#.............................................68-46 W............Southern Illinois#................................. 47-32 * - State AIAW Tournament # - Regional AIAW Tournament

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LETTERWINNERS 1971-72 14-3 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

W............Hope......................................................55-35 L..............Central Michigan.................................. 44-37 W............Wisconsin-Whitewater..........................42-28 L..............Northern Illinois....................................56-30 W............Michigan State..................................... 51-43 L..............Calvin....................................................44-32 W............Hope......................................................54-26 W............Goshen..................................................53-36 W............Calvin....................................................49-39 W............Adrian....................................................58-36 L..............Marshall.................................................51-47 L..............Marshall................................................ 57-46

1969-70 3-5 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

L..............Goshen..................................................60-43 W............Hope...................................................... 54-24 L..............Central Michigan..................................40-30 W............Adrian.................................................... 49-41 L..............Northern Illinois....................................40-33 L..............Michigan State..................................... 37-32 W............Michigan...............................................38-26 L..............Calvin....................................................58-46

1968-69 1-9 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

L..............Goshen.................................................. 57-22 L..............at Michigan...........................................35-25 L..............at Northern Illinois...............................42-18 L..............at Wisconsin-Whitewater.....................32-30 L..............Hope......................................................38-29 L..............at Adrian...............................................44-40 L..............at Michigan State................................. 47-44 L..............Central Michigan..................................36-29 W............at Eastern Michigan.............................29-35 L..............Calvin.................................................... 37-21

1967-68 6-6 Head Coach: Fran Ebert

L..............at Hope.................................................30-26 W............Michigan............................................... 37-33 L..............at Central Michigan..............................40-29 W............Kalamazoo............................................ 51-30 W............Adrian....................................................32-18 L..............Calvin.................................................... 40-31 L..............Michigan State..................................... 41-40 W............Eastern Michigan.................................49-39 L..............Elkhart.................................................. 42-41 L..............at Calvin................................................48-29 W............Nazareth...............................................64-26 W............Elkhart.................................................. 47-39

-ASherria Alexander . ....................‘91, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 -BLeslie Bade........................................................‘81 Brenna Banktson....................................’08, ‘09 Kim Barrier........................................ ‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Linda Berndt...................................... ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Megan Boguslawski.......................... ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Torriea Bradford........................ ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Mary Bramble....................................................‘77 Anne Brown.......................................................‘90 Kina Brown................................ ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Lindsey Brown........................................... ‘06, ‘07 Sharon Brown.................................... ‘77, ‘79, ‘80 Lisa Bruwer................................................‘00, ‘01 Barbara Burke............................‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80 Kesha Burton....................................................‘96 -CNilka Carter.......................................................‘88 Pat Charity..................................‘77, ‘78, ‘80, ‘81 Ebony Cleary...........................................’08, ‘09 Donya Colbert............................................‘86, ‘87 Nicole Cole................................. ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Lori Crisman...............................‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 -DLaTanya Darnell.................................................‘80 Marti Davis................................................‘88, ‘89 Kelly DeLong...............................‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Paula DeFord.............................................‘84, ‘85 Tiera DeLaHoussaye..................‘06, ‘07, ’08, ‘09 Michelle DeNooyer.................................... ‘07, ’08 Dana DeRosa....................................................‘89 Diane DeSantis.........................................‘88, ‘89 Karen Deurloo...........................................‘01, ‘02 Rachel Dobberstein...................‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Jen Doyle...........................................................‘04 Sarah Dreher..................................... ‘07, ’08, ‘09 Kim Driggett....................................... ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Stacy Duncan....................................................‘94 Melanie Durden.................................................‘80 Molly Dwyer..................................... ‘07, ’08, ‘09 -EShelsea Erving............................‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00 -FRyann Fletcher..................................................‘09 Michelle Fortier..........................‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93

-GBrianne Gallert.................................. ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Brooke Gallert................................... ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Karen Garchow..................................................‘83 Cindy George.....................................................‘78 Miame Gien.................................................... ‘09 Robin Giden.................................................... ‘09 Jenny Gilligan............................................‘84, ‘85 Brenda Goldner..........................‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Stephanie Gray..................................................‘94

Jessica Guthrie..........................................‘94, ‘95 -HLydia Hartman...................................................‘92 Angie Harrelson.................................................‘96 Astarlove Harris..........................‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Curleta Harris.............................‘00, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Tracy Hazen.......................................................‘80 Mary Jo Henderson...................................‘77, ‘78 Devon Hillstrom.................................................‘01 Kristen Hostynski......................................‘88, ‘89 Amy Houghton...................................................‘93 Sarah Hurrle,.....................................................‘01 -IMaria Iaquaniello....................................’08, ‘09 Darnesha Irby............................................ ‘97, ‘99 -JMarlena Jackson...............................................‘04 Shannon Jackson..............................................‘03 Shaylen Jackson................................ ‘03, ‘04, ‘06 Teresa Jackson..................................................‘77 Shelly Jackovich................................ ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Maria Jilian................................ ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘06 Laurie Junewick..........................‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 -KDora Kalmar Nagy............................. ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Ann Kasdorf...............................................‘77, ‘78 Andrea Kimball...........................‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Denise Kirby..............................................‘90, ‘91 Shelly Klare.................................‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Kelly Koerber.............................. 02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Kristin Koetsier.................................. ‘00, ‘02, ‘03 -LSue Laliberte..................................... ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Kris Langham....................................................‘92 Carol Lantagne...........................‘81, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Dionne Lassila............................‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00 Jenny Loney..................................... ‘07, ’08, ‘09 -MJenny Malinowski.......................‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Kendra McDonald......................‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Kris Metzmaker.........................................‘77, ‘78 Alletta Miller...................................... ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Judy Moon......................................... ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Carrie Moore...............................‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Monet Morris.............................................‘90, ‘91 Danielle Mueller.........................‘97, ‘98, ‘99, ‘00 Greta Munger.................................... ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Jacquie Munson................................ ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Renee Murphy...................................................‘83 Vicky Musky....................................... ‘82, ‘84, ‘85 -NJanis Nichols.......................................................77 Debbie Norman.................................................‘79

-OMelissa O’Mara................................. ‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Char Oesterling..........................................‘91, ‘92 Heather Overheul..............................................‘97 Ashley Owens..............................‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 -PAmanda Parker...........................‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’08 Sue Peel.............................................................‘77 Shannon Pickell..........................‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Tami Podell........................................................‘79 Deidre Popp...............................................‘98, ‘99 Mary Przygocki...........................‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 -RPatti Rendine..............................‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Jenny Ritsema...................................................‘90 Chelsea Rogers.................................................‘06 Angie Ross.........................................................‘95 Casey Rost................................. ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘06 Jennifer Rud..............................................‘98, ‘99 -SEmily Samuelson.......................................‘01, ‘02 Brenda Schmidt........................................‘84, ‘85 Jean Schrader...........................................‘78, ‘79 Sarah Schwarz..................................................‘99 Gabrielle Senatore............................ ‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Jill Shoemaker...................................................‘84 Carol Smith........................................................‘90 Chandra Smith...........................‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’08 Heather Snow.............................‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Jenny Springer...................................................‘97 Louise Stapleton.......................................‘84, ‘85 Casey Stevenson............................... ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Amy Sutton........................................ ‘82, ‘83, ‘85

LETTERWINNERS

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LETTERWINNERS

L..............Marshall................................................54-45 L..............Marshall................................................58-36 W............Adrian....................................................54-34 W............Hope......................................................62-34 W ...........Central Michigan..................................53-49 W............Goshen..................................................64-56 W............Michigan State.....................................63-44 W............Northern Illinois.................................... 68-57 W............Calvin.................................................... 61-43 W............Grand Rapids JC*................................45-40 W............Central Michigan*................................54-45 W............Calvin*.................................................. 60-57 W............Grand Rapids JC*................................49-42 L..............Western Illinois#...................................56-52 W............Michigan State#................................... 49-37 W............Ohio State#...........................................58-52 W............Central Michigan#................................50-46 * - State AIAW Tournament # - Regional AIAW Tournament

-TAndrea Thelen............................‘03, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Yvonne Thompson.....................................‘87, ‘88 Brittany Tyson............................................‘04, ‘05 -VSara Vest......................................... ‘07, ’08, ‘09 Kate Verseput.................................... ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Cathie Vos..........................................................‘89 -WTerri Walker........................................................‘82 Nicole Watkins............................‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Sheri Wegner..............................‘80, ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Kerry Wegrzyn.................................... ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Tracy Wells..................................‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Laekeka Wesley.................................................‘97 Angel White................................ ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Trish White.........................................................‘86 Arianne Wilson............................................... ’08 Amberly Whitehead...........................................‘98 Kateri Wiltse..............................................‘89, ‘90 Ruthanne Wisniewski...............................‘88, ‘89 Kim Worden................................‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 * active players in bold

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Kathy Beauregard, the Director of Athletics at Western Michigan University, has been involved with the Broncos in several capacities over the course of the past 29 years. She is the second-longest serving athletic director in the Mid-American Conference.

KATHY BEAUREGARD

Beauregard arrived in Kalamazoo as a coach before moving into administration and is entering her 12th season as mentor of one of the top programs in the MAC.

Along with four MAC titles (men’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s tennis) in 2003-04, the Broncos also enjoyed an increased level of success in the classroom. WMU’s graduation rate of 83 percent in 2003 ranked eighth nationally and featured a program grade point average of nearly 3.00. On the playing field in 2002-03, the athletics campaign was highlighted by a pair of conference titles in women’s basketball and softball. The men’s basketball team also made a postseason appearance, competing in the National Invitation Tournament. Postseason appearances by the WMU football, volleyball and men’s tennis team highlighted the program’s 2000-01 athletic competition.

WMU athletic facilities have greatly improved under Beauregard’s leadership. The $8-million dollar Bill Brown Football Alumni Center and the $21-million Seelye Athletic Indoor Center have benefited numerous sports teams and provide top-notch facilities for Bronco student-athletes. The locker rooms at Lawson Ice Arena were renovated and completed over the past year and the department continues to raise funds for the Hyames Field Renovation Project. WMU is in the midst of building a two million dollar state-of-the-art facility and Field Turf was also installed at Waldo Stadium during the Summer of 2006.

The 1999-2000 campaign was highlighted by the football team’s West Division title and trip to the MAC Championship. The women’s tennis squad captured the MAC Tourney title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight year and the women’s basketball squad made its second-consecutive appearance in the WNIT.

Heavily involved in her profession, Beauregard assumed the chair position of the NCAA Olympic Sports Liaison Committee in 2001, a position which she held for two years. She represented WMU as a member of the NCAA Championships Cabinet and NCAA Football Bowl Certification Committee and currently serves on the NCAA Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Previously the senior associate athletic director (1993-97), she supervised all revenue sports, the University’s compliance with NCAA rules, academic services, student-athlete welfare, and athletic marketing and communications.

The 2008-09 year saw the Bronco volleyball and men’s tennis programs capture regular season MAC crowns. The volleyball team advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Tournament, while the Bronco football team participated in its second bowl in three seasons and the men’s basketball team won yet another MAC West title.

In just her second year (1998-99), Beauregard provided support which helped the Bronco men’s athletic squads jump from 10th to first place in the Reese Cup standings, giving Western Michigan a share of its first all-sports trophy in 17 years.

Beauregard initially came to WMU in 1979 as head women’s gymnastics coach. In nine seasons (1980-88), she produced two MAC title teams and was twice named the conference’s coach of the year. Beauregard has been active in numerous community service organizations, including Kalamazoo Rotary, the American Heart Association, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and the Glowing Embers Girl Scouts Council.

The 2007-08 academic year saw success within the department, on the playing field and in the classroom. WMU Athletics announced the renovation of historic Hyames Field. Heading into the future, the facility will be known as Robert J. Bobb Stadium and will undergo $2.0 million of work over the next year. Renovations to Sorensen Courts, Fran Ebert Field and upcoming work to the men’s basketball locker rooms all highlight Beauregard’s dedication to moving WMU Athletics forward.

Honored by numerous organizations throughout her career, Beauregard was awarded both the Woman of Achievement Award (YWCA) and Athena Award (Kalamazoo Chamber of Commerce) in 2002.

Athletically, WMU’s tennis programs found success yet again with both winning a regular season MAC title and the men’s program capturing the tournament title to earn a berth in the 2008 NCAA Tournament. Both Dave Morin and Besty Kuhle were named MAC Coaches of the Year for the second-straight season. The men’s basketball and women’s volleyball programs captured MAC West titles during the past athletic season. A pair of Bronco track student-athletes earned All-America honors with Becky Horn earning the nod during the indoor and outdoor seasons and finishing third in the 800m at the 2008 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

In 2000, Beauregard received the Hope College Distinguished Alumni Award from her alma mater.

Beauregard is a native of Kalamazoo and graduate of Loy Norrix High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Hope College in 1979 and a master’s degree from WMU in 1981.

She and husband, Rick, have a 18-year-old son, Brad, who will attend WMU in 2009. Rick retired from Kalamazoo Public Schools after 32 years of service and began Beauregard Home Services in the Fall of 2006.

Beauregard ensured the longevity of WMU’s football and men’s basketball programs by restructuring Bill Cubit’s and Steve Hawkins’ contracts in 2007 and 2008, respectively. WMU Athletics also welcomed Tasha McDowell as the fifth head coach of WMU’s women’s basketball program in 2008. Academically, WMU boasted a pair of Academic All-Americans in Anthony Gebhart (first team) and Joe Reitz (second team). Gebhart was the first football representative since 1998. Volleyball, baseball and gymnastics finished in the top 10 among other like programs in the APR and WMU football had the highest APR score in the MAC for the 2006-07 campaign. Overall, 415 student-athletes finished 2007-08 with a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA. In 2006-07, men’s and women’s tennis not only repeated as MAC Tournament champions but captured regular season titles as well. Both Morin and Kuhle earned MAC Coach of the Year honors. The WMU football team participated in the program’s first postseason bowl game since 1988. The Broncos boasted three NCAA statistical champions in five categories ­— Ameer Ismail (FB - sacks and tackles for loss); Carrie Moore (WBB - points per game) and Mark Letestu (HOCKEY - freshman scoring and short-handed goals). Western Michigan continued to pursue excellence in the classroom in 2006-07 as 26 student-athletes in 14 sports earned Academic All-MAC status. WMU had five of its programs honored as being in the top-10 percent in their respective sport in the announcement for their excellence in the classroom over the years identified in the most recent APR; baseball, men’s basketball, gymnastics, women’s tennis and volleyball. The Broncos boasted five academic all-district selections and a pair of academic all-americans in Joe Reitz and Carrie Moore. Moore and Ismail earned All-America status in their respective sports with Moore receiving honorable mention for Kodak All-American and Ismail earning Second Team AP All-American. In 2005-06, Beauregard oversaw a department that captured the Jacoby Cup Trophy, awarded to the top women’s program in the MAC based on sports standings. WMU has now won the Jacoby and Reese (men’s overall sports award) trophies during Beauregard’s tenure. The Broncos garnered three regular season titles — gymnastics, softball and women’s tennis and two MAC Tournament titles — gymnastics and women’s tennis. Under Beauregard’s direction, WMU also won its 100th MAC title all-time in 2005-06.

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The 2004-05 athletic campaign continued what has become common place at Western Michigan. Team and individual success began in the fall and continued through the spring, highlighted by a MAC Championship in women’s tennis. The strength of the women’s programs as a group allowed WMU to finish second in the Jacoby Cup.

WESTERN MICHIGAN MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS (108) Men’s Tennis (21) 2009, 2008, 2007, 2004, 2000, 1999, 1981, 1965, 1964, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1956, 1955, 1954, 1952, 1950 Men’s Outdoor Track & Field (18) 1996, 1995, 1985, 1980, 1976, 1971, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1966, 1965, 1964, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958 Baseball (14) 1989, 1967, 1966, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1955, 1952, 1951, 1950, 1949 Men’s Cross Country (14) 1980, 1979, 1977, 1976, 1970, 1968, 1966, 1963, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1948 Women’s Tennis (11) 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1997, 1995, 1990, 1984

1983, 1982 Men’s Basketball (5) 2004, 1998, 1981*, 1976, 1952 Women’s Cross Country (4) 1993, 1986, 1985, 1984 Women’s Gymnastics (3) 2006, 1987, 1986 Softball (3) 2006, 1984, 1983 Football (2) 1988, 1966* Men’s Swimming & Diving (2) 1964, 1963 Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (1) 1985 Men’s Golf (1) 1949

Women’s Volleyball (9) 2008, 2000, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984,

*shared title

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Dr. John M. Dunn became the eighth president of Western Michigan University on July 1, 2007. He was appointed by the WMU Board of Trustees following a nationwide search.

An educator for more than 35 years, Dr. Dunn was dean of the University of Utah’s College of Health before moving to SIUC, holding that post from 1995 to 2002. Before that, he was at Oregon State University for 20 years, last serving as associate provost there. His earlier positions at Oregon State included assistant dean of Health and Human Performance, chair of the Department of Exercise and Sport Science and director of the university’s Special Physical and Motor Fitness Clinic.

Since moving to Michigan, President Dunn has been actively engaged with state and community efforts that focus on qualityof-life issues and enhancing economic development. By appointment of Gov. Jennifer Granholm, he represents the University and West Michigan as a member of the Michigan Strategic Economic Investment and Commercialization Board. He also is a member of the boards of the Bronson Healthcare Group, First National Bank, Southwest Michigan First, the Gilmore Keyboard Festival and the WMU Foundation. He is also the 2009 chairman of the Greater Kalamazoo Area United Way campaign.

DR. JOHN M. DUNN

Internationally known for his research and writing about the long-term health of individuals with disabilities, Dr. Dunn is the author of more than 50 professional papers and book chapters. He is a past president of the Research Consortium of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance; past editor of Quest, a professional publication for kinesiology scholars; and past president of the American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education.

Prior to coming to WMU, President Dunn served as interim chancellor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Earlier, he held the position of provost and vice chancellor at SIUC.

In early 2009, President Dunn led the Mid-American Conference search that resulted in the appointment of new MAC Commissioner Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher. BOARD OF TRUSTEES Dennis W. Archer Jeanne H. Carlson Sarah L. DeNooyer William D. Johnston William J. Martin Kenneth V. Miller Daniel W. Pero Larry F. Tolbert UNIVERSITY SENIOR STAFF Dr. John M. Dunn Dr. Timothy J. Greene Lowell Rinker Carl M. “Bud” Bender Carol L.J. Hustoles Gregory J. Rosine Dr. Paula D. Kohler Dr. Diane K. Anderson Dr. James A. Gilchrist Dean K. Honsberger Robert G. Miller David A. Glenn Cheryl P. Roland Kathy B. Beauregard Jamie M. Jeremy Dr. Martha B. Warfield Kahler Scheumann Betty A. Kocher

Detroit, Mich. Novi, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Portage, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. Dimondale, Mich. Kalamazoo, Mich. President Provost & VP for Academic Affairs CFO, VP for Business and Finance VP for Development VP for Legal Affairs & General Counsel Senior VP for Advancement & Legislative Affairs Associate VP for Research VP for Student Affairs Vice Provost for Academic Operations, CIO Associate VP for Budget & Planning Associate VP for Community Outreach Associate VP for Institutional Equity Associate VP of University Relations Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Executive Director of Alumni Relations Assistant VP of the Div. of Multicultural Affairs Assistant to the President Secretary to the Board of Trustees

Dr. Dunn, who began his teaching at the University of Connecticut in 1972, earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Northern Illinois University in 1967 and 1969, respectively. He earned his doctoral degree from Brigham Young University in 1972. President Dunn and his wife, Linda, reside in Kalamazoo in the president’s official residence. They are the proud parents of three children, Matthew (married to Lesley), Michael and Kerry.

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MAT

WMU MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF

KANAN

DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS Ohio, 1997 Fifth Season 269-387-4125/269-998-2259 mat.kanan@wmich.edu

MATT

HOLMES

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS Indianapolis, 2002 Fifth Season 269-387-3168 matt.holmes@wmich.edu

KRISTIN

KEIRNS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS Heidelberg, 2005 Fourth Season 269-387-4123 kristin.keirns@wmich.edu

ADAM

BODNAR

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MEDIA RELATIONS Western Michigan, 2008 Second Season 269-387-4122 adam.e.bodnar@wmich.edu PRINT Kalamazoo Gazette; beat writer: Jayson Bussa Western Herald

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INTERNET Bronco Insider (subscription) BroncoBlitz.com; MAC-Sports.com; MACReportOnline.com MidAmPub.com; TheMACDaily.com BRONCO RADIO NETWORK WQXC — 100.9 FM: (Flagship) WEBCASTS All home games are video streamed live on www.wmubroncos.com as part of the “Bronco Insider” premium service. Subscriptions rates are $9.95 a month, $29.95 for the basketball package or $45.95 for the entire year (which includes video for all WMU sports). Note: Games broadcast by ESPN will not be made available.

PRACTICES Players and coaches are available for interviews after practice. Practice during the first semester takes place in the evening, beginning around 6:30 p.m., while second semester practices are scheduled in the afternoon starting around 3 p.m. Media wishing to conduct interviews should call ahead to Kristin Keirns at 269-3874123 or 269-998-8062 for exact practice times and and arrive 15-30 minutes before practice ends. The media relations office will arrange a time for players or coaches to call or meet media that can’t attend practice. Unless special arrangements have been made, players are not accessible to media prior to contests on game day. CREDENTIALS Requests for single game and season media credentials should be directed to Kristin Keirns at 269-387-4123 or 269-998-8062 Credential requests must be received no later than 24 hours in advance of the game. If requests are made seven days prior to the game, credentials can be mailed. Otherwise they can be picked up at will call on the north side of University Arena. PHONE LINES Visiting commercial radio stations will receive a complimentary phone line or ISDN line. To order an additional line, contact Dannie Alexander at 269-387-3346. Phone lines are limited along press row for reporters filing stories, but University Arena does feature free wireless internet. GAME SERVICES All members of the working media will be supplied with a game program, statistics and pregame notes, in addition to complimentary food service before the game. Final and halftime statistics will also be provided along with play-by-play. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS Head coach Tasha McDowell and requested players will be made available following all Bronco home games in the media room, located on the second floor of University Arena. Opposing players and coaches may choose to hold interviews outside their locker room instead of in the media room. The Western Michigan locker room is closed to all members of the media. Players and coaches will be made available for one-onone TV interviews by request.

WEB SITE The official WMU Athletic Web Site contains information on all 16 varsity sports. Each sport’s home page contains the latest news releases, statistics, roster, and schedule. It is necessary to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view the PDF formatted news releases. All Bronco home matches can be seen live on the Internet by visiting www.wmubroncos. com and signing up for Bronco Insider. This service allows you to watch and listen to the games when you can’t make it to University Arena. Bronco fans can follow Live Stats of all WMU matches FREE. Simply go to www.wmubroncos.com, go to the women’s basketball home page and click Schedule. Click the camera icon to be taken to that particular match’s live stats and follow the game. MAC NEWS MEDIA ASSOCIATION (MNMA) A media organization supporting the MAC since the 1950s, the MAC News Media Association is a key component to the publicity efforts of local schools and the league office. To join the MNMA please contact SecretaryTreasurer Paul Vecchio at 716-645-6761 or pvecchio@buffalo.edu. Information can also be obtained at the official at http://mnma. net/macnma-form.pdf. WHAT’S IN A NAME? When referring to the basketball program or the conference, please used the following: • Western Michigan University • Western Michigan • WMU • Broncos • Mid-American Conference • MAC NOT • Western • MAC Conference TWITTER

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Robin Hook Assistant Athletic Director

Kyle Blecha Director of Medical Services

Dave Corstange Senior Associate Athletic Director

Jeff Stone Associate Athletic Director

Rob Hunt Director of Athletic Development

Monty Porter Associate Athletic Director

Amy Washington Assistant to Athletic Director & Senior Associate Athletic Director

Elains Russell Director of Marketing

Dennis Corbin Assistant Athletic Director

Bob D’Amelio Assistant Athletic Director

Dannie Alexander Director of Facilities

Don Beyer Director of Ticket Operations

Maria Sanchez Director of Academic Services & Compliance

Rachel Strassner Director of Corporate Relations

Stacy Vallier Director of Corporate Relations

Bill Cubit Head Coach Football

Jim Culhane Head Coach Hockey

Randy Ford Head Coach Baseball

Steve Hawkins Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Betsy Kuhle Head Coach Women’s Tennis

Betsy Kuhle Head Coach Women’s Tennis

Kathy Leitke Head Coach Softball

Kelly Lycan Head Coach Cross Country/Track & Field

Tasha McDowell Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Dave Morin Head Coach Men’s Tennis

Colleen Munson Head Coach Volleyball

Stu Riddle Head Coach Men’s Soccer

Cindy Trout Head Coach Golf

ATHLETICS STAFF & COAHES

Kathy Beauregard Athletic Director

Suzie Grech Interim Head Coach Women’s Soccer

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ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY

ADMINISTRATION Kathy Beauregard Dave Corstange Monty Porter Jeff Stone Dennis Corbin Bob D’Amelio Robin Hook Amy Washington

Director of Athletics Senior Associate AD Associate AD/Business Operations Associate AD/Academic & Compliance Services Assistant AD/Medical & Support Services Assistant AD/Marketing, Publicity & Licensing Assistant AD/Broadcasting & Corporate Sales Administrative Assistant to AD

ACADEMIC & COMPLIANCE SERVICES Maria Sanchez Marshall Steward Rachel Strassner

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Operations

Director of Corporate Relations Assistant Director

FOOTBALL Bill Cubit Steve Morrison Mike Grant Ryan Cubit Tim Daoust Rick Kravitz Peter McCarty Jake Moreland Mike Sabock Bob Stanley Tim Knox Patrick Bracken

Head Coach Defensive Coord./Assistant Coach Assistant Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Football Operations Coordinator of Video Operations

Head Coach

WOMEN’S GOLF Cindy Trout

Head Coach

Director of Development for Athletics Secretary/Gary Fund

GYMNASTICS David Kuzara Kevin Anderson

Head Coach Assistant Coach

HOCKEY Jim Culhane Scott Robson Marc Fakler Lynn Ross Paul Schneider

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Secretary Manager/Lawson Arena

MEN’S SOCCER Stu Riddle Ben Pirmann Mark Spooner Allen Riddle

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Director of Men’s Soccer Operations

Director of Athletic Academic Services Athletic Academic Advisor Director of Compliance Financial Clerk/Business Operations Insurance Coordinator Computer Assistant

CHEERLEADING Christopher Wang Megan Nienhuis

Head Coach Assistant Coach

DANCE Kate Clark DEVELOPMENT Rob Hunt Mellissa Porter EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT Kenico Hines Dion Van Atter Joyce Fooy

Head Equipment Manager Equipment Manager Equipment Manager

FACILITIES Dannie Alexander Matt Kulik

Director of Athletic Facilities Assistant Director of Athletic Facilities

MARKETING & PROMOTIONS/LICENSING Elaine Russell Kim Stoebick MEDIA RELATIONS Mat Kanan Matt Holmes Kristin Keirns Adam Bodnar TICKET OFFICE Don Beyer Matt Folck TRAINING/STRENGTH STAFF Kyle Blecha Brian Bauer Kate Dornbos Lisa Hardy Kevin Lehmann Nate Peoples Tim Herrmann BASEBALL Randy Ford Scott Demetral

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Coordinator of Basketball Operations

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Tasha McDowell Yvette Harris Glenn Box Phil Sayers Lindsey Hass

BUSINESS OFFICE Patty Moore Kim Hemingway Joe Armstrong

CORPORATE RELATIONS Stacy Vallier David Zolp

MEN’S BASKETBALL Steve Hawkins Clayton Bates Rick Carter Bacari Alexander Michael Murray

Director of Sports Marketing Coordinator of Community Relations

Athletic Media Relations Director Associate Media Relations Director Assistant Media Relations Director/Publications Coordinator Assistant Media Relations Director Director of Ticket Operations Assistant Director of Ticket Operations Director of Medical Services Assistant Director of Medical Services Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach

WOMEN’S SOCCER Suzanne Grech Abby Crumpton SOFTBALL Kathy Leitke Jamie Spitale

Interim Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Associate Head Coach

MEN’S TENNIS Dave Morin Jose Orozco

Head Coach Assistant Coach

WOMEN’S TENNIS Betsy Kuhle Mark Henderson

Head Coach Assistant Coach

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK & FIELD Kelly Lycan Bill Griffey Taryn Sheehan

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

VOLLEYBALL Colleen Munson Ryan Manning Jason Reed Ashley Vogl

Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Director of Volleyball Operations

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Scholarship Club $5,000 - $9,999 Armstrong International, Inc. Diana M. Bernard Edward M. Bernard Bernard’s Property, LLC David R. Buskirk Douglas Callander Eleanor Callander Citizens to Elect Dave Buskirk Jeff P. Clark Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Michigan Margaret A. Denenfeld Marlene Denenfeld Paul J. Denenfeld Stephen Denenfeld DeNooyer Chevrolet Adrienne D. DeNooyer Diane DeNooyer Jeffrey L. DeNooyer William T. DeNooyer Eckert-Wordell Architects Lois E. Ellis EMA Enterprises First National Bank of Michigan GS Photo James Hess Jeanne L. Hess Huntington National Bank Carol Ann Jackson Ronald H. Jackson * Leonard Johnston Kay D. Jones Richard H. Jones Jane Leeuw Mike Leeuw Wayne LeNeave Maggie’s Corporation Metro Toyota Millennium Restaurant Group Julie Miller Kenneth V. Miller James M. Moeller Patrice L. Moeller David G. Morrison Kay Morrison William J. Parsons Schupan & Sons, Inc. Marc Schupan Don Seelye Ford, Inc. Michael Seelye Sharon Seelye Southwest Michigan First Stafford-Smith, Inc. Summit Energy Services John Tapper Automotive Directors Club $2,500 - $4,999 Ann E. Anderson Jack B. Anderson Cripps Fontaine Excavating, Inc. James M. Cripps Lyndon L. Cronen Mary F. Kissinger DeMaagd Thomas W. DeMaagd George A. Franklin Molly Franklin D. L. Gallivan, Inc. Jeff A. Gardner

Champions Club $1,000 - $2,499 Carolyn A. Adams William V. Adams Aetna Foundation, Inc. ** Janie S. Albright Barbara Jean Alexander Charles B. Alexander American Metal Fab, Inc. Ann Marie Andrus William E. Andrus Philip J. Anglin David S. Ansel Nicole R. Armstrong Patrick B. Armstrong Patricia M. Ashby Carl L. Awe Sharon R. Awe Judith K. Beam Robert M. Beam Kathy B. Beauregard Richard A. Beauregard Dennis Berkebile Sue Ann Berkebile James R. Bernard Blackhawk Bar & Grill James E. Bollweg Martha L. Boughner Robert E. Boughner Charlotte Boven Donald E. Boven Kelly M. Brennan Douglas E. Brigham Linda E. Brigham Betty J. Brisendine Jacob E. Brisendine Andrew A. Brogowicz Patricia G. Brogowicz Matt Brosco Charles B. Brotebeck Patricia Brotebeck Dolores M. Bryck Richard D. Bryck Barbara Ann Burke Janis R. Burnett Quinter Burnett, II Frank E. Calvaruso Carol A. Carpenter George A. Carpenter Heidi M. Chmiel John J. Chmiel Constance Chrystler Joseph A. Chrystler Joan Chura Robert A. Chura Karin Cohn Marlon H. Cohn Robert B. Compton Consumers Energy Foundation ** Joseph R. Cooper Vicki L. Cox Jennifer A. Coyne Gary L. Cramer Janice A. Cramer Fred A. Decker Leslie Decker Carol A. Demetral Chris Demetral

Scott D. Demetral Ted Demetral J. Craig DeNooyer Sarah L. DeNooyer Jon M. Dixon Susan M. Dixon Erwin H. Doerschler James R. Dolan Patricia Dolan Diane K. Dreher Gary Dreher Michael J. Dreher Ed Edwards M. Josephine Edwards Nanette S. Elenbaas Ronald A. Elenbaas Allen C. Emmons Susan R. Emmons Deborah A. Engers Dennis W. Engers Janis Nelson English Robert J. English Alain Y. Fabi Michele Fabi Charles J. Farho Joyce E. Farho Fifth Third Bank First Agency, Inc. Lynn Ford Randy D. Ford The Gagie School Joe Gagie Sandra Sue Gagie David L. Gallivan Diane Gallivan Lloyd E. Gearhart Robert E. Geiger Jessica Gustke Todd E. Gustke H & H Painting Company, Inc. Ann L. Hannon Bill Harrison Alfred V. Heilman Mary Beth Henry Thomas J. Henry Rosalyn Marie Hogan IHS Distributing Company, Inc. Indian Trails, Inc. Mark A. Jackson A. Taylor Jacobs Cheryl L. Jensen Sam Jensen Peter C. Katt Kellogg’s Corporate Citizenship Fund ** Barbara Kenerson David A. Kenerson Donald J. Kenney Susan King Thomas G. King Mary L. Kinney Philip J. Kinney David E. Kinnisten Elizabeth A. Kinnisten Donald J. Knoechel Teresa Ann Knoechel Mark K. Knust Ryan E. Kochen Carlee Koessel James A. Koessel Darlene E. Kohrman George R. Kohrman William J. Kowalski Barbara J. Kreis Russell A. Kreis Brenda G. Kuhn Ronald J. Kuhn Catherine E. Kunitzer Daniel R. Kunitzer Michael E. Labus Nancy L. Labus Darrell R. Latva Lenehan Insurance Services J. William Lenehan, Jr. Richard A. Lenon Life EMS Larry D. Lueth Linda D. Lueth Bonnie J. MacGrayne Paul R. MacGrayne Stephan L Macomber Main Street Pub Kelle L. Maloney Richard A. Maloney Martin & Associates Environmental, LLC Dianne W. Martin William P. Martin Marysville Marine Distributors Roberta Lynn McAllister Thomas C. McAllister Mary Elizabeth McCormick Thomas L. McCormick McKinley Financial Services, Inc. James R. McKinley Carole H. McKinstry Clifford J. McKinstry Don McMillin Linda McMillin Meadow View Village Mobile Home Park Mark D. Meijer

Karen L Meinke Kenneth J. Meinke Ruth Ann Meyer Robert G. Millard Rose F. Millard Charles D. Miller Doris M. Miller Gene F. Miller Jean Miller I. William Minor Modineer Company Norine Agnes Morse James W. Munden Susan Florence Munden Vicky L. Musky Frank Nagy Gail A. Nelson Terry L. Nelson Charles R. Nidiffer Dolores Nidiffer Elizabeth L. Nobis Kenneth P. Nobis Nulty Agency, Inc. O.K. Distributors, Inc. Greg J. O’Niel Floyd L. Parks Phyllis E. Parks Performance Communications, Inc. Pharmacia Foundation ** Portage Cleaners & Laundry Robert D. Prentice Ruth Anne Prentice Barry Gilbert Purse George A. Rabick Susan J. Rabick David D. Reeves Keith Roberts Adam M. Rosales Lynn K. Russell Richard T. Russell Daryl Rynd Raymond J. Sackett Nancy S. Saunders William C. Saunders Linda M. Sawall Robert B. Sawall Jenifer C. Scanlon Kerwin Gerard Scanlon Daniel J. Scheid Laura Scheid John A. Schlukebir SE Michigan WMU Alumni Association Donna L. Seilheimer Randy H. Seilheimer Glen A. Shugars Janice C. Shugars Carol A. Simpson David J. Simpson Christine C. Sitkins Frederick Z. Sitkins, Sr. Bonnie Skippers Glen L. Skippers Brian J. Smith Kay Varga Smith Laura A. Smith Thomas W. Smith Marjorie A. Springgate Roland R. Springgate Norma J. Stancati Ross F. Stancati M. Gayle Stephenson Stryker Instruments Kenneth L. Taft Susan Taft Alan Thomas Gail J. Thompson William C. Thompson Johnathon Toner Kerry A. Toner Vickie L. Toner Mary Little Tyler Bruce Allen Ullery Patti H. Ullery Larry Van Popering Laura Van Popering James H. Vandenberghe Sandra M. Vandenberghe Roger A. VanderBeek Susan D. VanderBeek VanSweden Jewelers C MacKenzie Waldorf Sydney Waldorf Daniel S. Warnaar Helen F. Wattles John C. Wattles Wester Dental Care, P.C. Keith E. Wester James Edward White Lee Ann White Nancy U. Woodworth Thomas B. Woodworth, Jr. Donald R. Zuidweg Directors Club $2,500 - $4,999 Ann E. Anderson Jack B. Anderson Cripps Fontaine Excavating, Inc. James M. Cripps

Lyndon L. Cronen Mary F. Kissinger DeMaagd Thomas W. DeMaagd George A. Franklin Molly Franklin D. L. Gallivan, Inc. Jeff A. Gardner Charles O. Howey, Jr. John P. Hrycko Greg Jennings Foundation Gregory A. Jennings, Jr. Jeffrey D. Karns Sharon L. Karns Kelvin W. Keefer Maxine J. Keefer Noel J. Kott Howard F. Luckey Jamal Mayers Diane Meitz Donald C. Meitz Jerry L. Miller Pat Misch Teresa M. Misch Scott E. Niles Nobis Agri-Service, Inc. Ben Nobis Terry Nobis Carolyn J. Norris Larry E. Norris Pfizer Foundation ** Tamara Polmanteer Todd Polmanteer Holly S. Powell Jim R. Ross Lynn M. Ross Jerard M. Salame Garrett L. Soldano Jennifer E. Soldano State Farm Companies Foundation ** Lewis Walker Dean E. Webster Jolan A. Webster Whitaker-LaChance Insurance Agency, Inc. Lauri F. Wingle William E. Wingle Wolff Financial Management, LLC Matthew R. Wolff Honorary Coaches Club $500 - $999 Mary M. Allwardt Robert S. Allwardt Diane K. Anderson John E. Anding Judah Ari-Gur Pnina Ari-Gur Elizabeth Aseritis Peter L. Aseritis Eugene J. Asken Evie Asken Jane E. Baker Harold L. Bate Sherry Bate Jay E. Battilana BC REPROGRAPHICS, INC. Alan W. Bellile Jane M. Bellile Judith A. Berridge Ronald A. Berridge Carol L. Beyer Donald Charles Beyer Judith K. Bezile Richard T. Bezile Big Boy of South Haven Big Boy of Wayland Debra L. Bird Robert D. Bird, Jr. Patrick John Birney Laurel L. Blasi Janene L. Breneman Jeffrey S. Breneman Catherine A. Brennan Terrence E. Brennan John R. Bromley Gary P. Brown Logan Brown Diane K. Budrow Jack C. Budrow, Jr. Marilyn R. Buist Phillip C. Buist Lewis E. Burchard Brad Bushman Byce & Associates Brian D. Caplan Robert R. Capp Sandra L. Capp Georgia L. Carter Century Concrete Construction Company Geoffrey E. Clapp Linda J. Clapp Valorie J. Clore Wallace B. Clore, III Marilyn G. Clysdale Pat Clysdale Gerald A. Colaner James C. Coleman Lucille R. Conway James W. Cook Suzanne Cook

Thomas F. Cook Timothy M. Cooper Coopertech LLC Dennis R. Corbin Gayle Ann Corbin Dawnanne Corbit John W. Costello Cynthia Yendes Cox Homer C. Cox, III William H. Cox Monique Coyne Thomas E. Coyne Beverly J. Crabb Robert W. Crabb Bill Cubit Nancy Cubit Millie R. Cudney Diane D’Amelio Robert F. D’Amelio Maribeth Dangel Roy Dangel Elizabeth Ann Darnell Charles Tadd Davis Deborah J. Davis William De Koff Judy DeHaan Robert W. DeHaan Barbara A. Dehn Roger L. Dehn Daniel T. Dekker Kimberly L. Dekker Michael A. Demetral Joan Elizabeth deMink Larry L. deMink Susan M. Dennis Gregory A. Dobson Melinda Carol Dobson Doc Steel LLC L. D. Docsa Associates, Inc. Bud Donnelly Carol Ann Donnelly Mary Allen Doud Robert S. Doud John M. Dunn Linda T. Dunn Bill Dykhuis Eaton Corporation ** Myrna I. Ebert William A. Ebert Educational Community Credit Union Donald K. Edwards Margaret E. Edwards Pamela C. Enslen The Honorable Richard A. Enslen Paula K. Ernst Stephen M. Ernst James Escamilla Janis L. Etzcorn John V. Etzcorn Joan I. Everts John Everts Family Relocation-Harley & Son Ent., Inc. Fibre Converters, Inc. Berle Finkey Florence Finkey Ann L. Finnefrock Donald R. Finnefrock Gregory Lee Flaska Graydon C. Fox Jack D. Fox Marion R. Fox Sandra J. Fox Frederick Construction, Inc. Carl Frederick Roberta Gabier Russell L. Gabier Carmen Garratt Donald M. Garratt John M. Gartland Irving S. Gilmore Foundation ** Alan Glendening Barbara J. Glendening David M. Gould Ann E. Gunia Gary W. Gunia Cora Lee Hagemann John Y. Hagemann Carol E. Hall James J. Hall Patsy F. Hand Raymond L. Hand Joanna B. Hartenstein-McIntyre Ima Jane Hartman Richard E. Hartman Janice Anne Havel John E. Havel Steve Hawkins Martha S. Hearron Michele Heckman Rory Heckman Edward J. Heinig Ruth M. Heinig Cynthia A. Hempstead David M. Hempstead Marolyn E. Hendershott Richard F. Hendershott Joseph P. Herdus Patty M. Herdus Douglas V. Heystek

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GARY FUND DONOR LIST

Mike Gary Society $10,000 & above AVB Construction, LLC Robert J. Bobb Margaret Brown Willard A. Brown, Jr. Jeffrey R. Cavanaugh Cole Century, Inc. Thomas Cole The CSM Group David M. Dombrowski Steven A. East Tara T. East Catherine L. Graham Greenleaf Hospitality Group Greenleaf Trust William D. Johnston James Kalleward Tonia S. Kalleward Maple Hill Auto Group MPI Research National City Bank of the Midwest Radisson Plaza Hotel Karie Ross Gary G. Shook Spartan Paperboard Company, Inc. Ronda E. Stryker Jim Vanden Berg Harold Zeigler Auto Group Aaron J. Zeigler Bonita Zeigler Bonnie A. Zeigler Harold J. Zeigler

Charles O. Howey, Jr. John P. Hrycko Greg Jennings Foundation Gregory A. Jennings, Jr. Jeffrey D. Karns Sharon L. Karns Kelvin W. Keefer Maxine J. Keefer Noel J. Kott Howard F. Luckey Jamal Mayers Diane Meitz Donald C. Meitz Jerry L. Miller Pat Misch Teresa M. Misch Scott E. Niles Nobis Agri-Service, Inc. Ben Nobis Terry Nobis Carolyn J. Norris Larry E. Norris Pfizer Foundation ** Tamara Polmanteer Todd Polmanteer Holly S. Powell Jim R. Ross Lynn M. Ross Jerard M. Salame Garrett L. Soldano Jennifer E. Soldano State Farm Companies Foundation ** Lewis Walker Dean E. Webster Jolan A. Webster Whitaker-LaChance Insurance Agency, Inc. Lauri F. Wingle William E. Wingle Wolff Financial Management, LLC Matthew R. Wolff

The corporations and individuals listed below generously supported Western Michigan University and Bronco Athletics with gifts to the Mike Gary Athletic Fund and or specific causes.

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Margo J. Heystek Guy L. Hiestand III Sandra Hiestand Cora G. Hills Daniel P. Hills The Hinman Company Sandra Jo Hoffmann Jere T. Hoover Lynn A. Horton Robert L. Horton Kenneth L. Hosner Hospital Network, Inc. Lynda L. Hunt Gary J. Hurley Victoria M. Hurley Jon P. Hurry Mark J. Jaeger Safety Consulting Mark Jaeger Stephen E. Jefferson Terry Baxter Jefferson Frank H. Jeremy Jamie Jeremy Wendy M. Johnson Russell Kalis Sue Kalis Cindy L. Kalvin Greg Kalvin Bonnie J. Kellay Danny L. Kellay Gary Kent-Bracken Wendy L. Kent-Bracken Mike Kiewiet Knapp Energy Carol Knapp Robert D. Knapp Timothy A. Knox Timothy J. Kool Joan Koster Leslie N. Koster Joan M. Kowal Richard M. Kowal Marilyn J. Kribs Birgitta Kudlicki Elizabeth W. Kuhle Bryan Kuhtic Tiffany C. Kuhtic Gary B. Kushner Synthia H. Kushner James W. Lamborn Marilyn A. Lamborn Laurel Hill Swim and Tennis Club Sandra J. Lawrence L. Max Lee, II Yvonne A. Lee Janet L. LeRoy William LeRoy Levine & Levine Alan G. Lewandowski Bonnie Jean Lintz Ronald M. Lintz Don E. Lovejoy Brian E. MacDonell George F. Manley Gladys M. Manley Manning Enterprises Sherri Manning Steve Manning Patricia Marmon Paul Marmon Gaye A. McCormick Michael D. McCormick Dennis C. McCrumb Mary Swanson McCrumb Kevin K. McCully Brian McDavid James W. McIntyre III Michele C. McLaughlin Jerry Meinzinger Martha M. Meinzinger Bonnie J. Menzie Hal K. Menzie Blythe E. VanderHoff Mercer Tom Mercer Merrill Lynch & Company Foundation, Inc. ** Michigan Commerce Bank Allyn L. Miller David A. Miller Dorothy L. Miller John T. Miller Kellie K. Miller Diane L. Misner W. Craig Misner Richard E. Morehouse, Jr. Jake Moreland Guy W. Morgan Tristan Paul Moss Michael L. Mueller Sidney Mueller Mulder Waterproofing & Sealants, Inc. Edward Muller Marcella Muller David Robert Murdock Lisa Murdock James E. Murray Benefit Associates, Inc. Ken Nehring Network Real Estate, LLC Jane C. Nichols Gordie Niles

Sandra G. Niles Larry P. Nolan Vern L. Norris Jane Ann Norton Thomas W. Norton Jeffrey C. O’Brien Frances A. O’Connell Gerald John O’Connell Michael E. Osborn Ossewaarde, Anderson & Smith Investment Joan O’Toole Kevin E. O’Toole Nancy S. Owen Thomas L. Owen Pakk Pubs, Inc. Joan M. Palleschi Terence A. Palleschi Mary E. Palmer Susan K. Pappas William J. Pappas Margaret E. Parrott Eric M. Patterson Pediatric Dentistry Donald P. Penskar Alice Perrone Joseph V. Perrone Curt Petersen Barbara J. Piggott Walton Piggott, Jr. Richard Pins M. Montgomery Porter, III Mellissa L. Porter Evelyn A. Pratt Kenneth I. Pratt Bruce M. Prince Linda K. Prince Valdis J. Ragainis James R. Ralph Donald Ramlow Mary E. Ramlow Larry Lee Randall Neil Rankin Sandra M. Reece Thomas L. Reece Cathy Reed Steve L. Reed Joel H. Reinoehl Rhino’s Hometown Pub David B. Ricard David N. Rice Margaret Rice Gloria J. Richards Steve Richards Audrey A. Richter Richard S. Richter Donna Rickli John Rickli Kathleen Marie Rinker Lowell P. Rinker Dale E. Rowe David L. Rozelle Florence E. Rozelle Linda L. Rumble Roger A. Rumble Eric R. Russell Lynne Sage William V. Sage Roger Samson Steward Sandstrom Donald Sappanos Gary L. Sargent Roxanne Sargent Robert J. Sayfie Stephen J. Scafaria James T. Schaper Vickie Ann Schaper Richard Scheffers Joan Kay Schmidt Leta C. Schoenhals Dale P. Schreuder Elaine K. Schreuder Jane Schreuder John M. Schreuder Michael Shanahan Patricia J. Shanahan James R. Shinar Joanne K. Shinar Kevin A. Shugars Lori Ann Shugars Margie Shugars Wayne Shugars Dana Slocum Tami Slocum Ronn I. Sofen Raymond F. Sohn John T. Soule Raeanne Soule The Spirit Shoppe Raymond M. Sreboth Michael A. Steffes Nancy J. Steffes Ann M. Stevens Fred L. Stevens Brenda L. Stoddard James N. Stoddard Michael Stoddard Ruth Stoddard Anne K. Stone Jeffrey A. Stone

Nancy K. Strohs Robert F. Strohs Deb S. Studt-Scafaria Chris M. Sundberg Nancy Lynn Sundberg Dennis M. Taft Linda Taft Three Rivers Anodizing, Inc. Timber Ridge Ski Area A. John Todd, IV Cathy Todd TPC of Michigan Barbara J. Trolz Gerald A. Trolz Brian M. Tulik Randy L. Utting Shari L. Utting Kathryn N. Van Dis Robert W. Van Dis David W. Van Zoest Laura R. Van Zoest Carol VandenBos Roger A. VandenBos Louis R. VandenBosch Betty L. Vander Molen Richard Vander Molen Norbert Vander Steen Ronald J. Voelker Terry L. Vollmer Carolyn Nina Vredevelt Jack R. Vredevelt Wacker Chemical Corporation ** Leonard R. Wade Robert F. Wagner Susan J. Wagner James S. Ware Shelia D. Ware Debra Weber Steven Weber Joshua T. Weiner Daniel C. Weirick Debi Weirick Mark D. Weishaar Bryan Western Linda Western Carol A. Whearty Riley R. Whearty II Whelan and Company Judith A. White Louis J. White, Jr. Charles L. Wiles Douglas E. Wills Mary Evelyn Wills David P. Wilson Joyce Wilson N. Scotty Wilson Richard K. Wolfe Susan A. Wolfe Joseph L. Wood Judy L. Wood M. Diane Wood Michael C. Wood * John W. Woods, Jr. Todd C. Woods Workforce Strategies, Inc. Carole L. Wright Gerhard C. Wynbelt Patricia L. Wynbelt Yarrow Golf & Conference Center Brown & Gold Club $250 - $499 Elenora Adams Robert J. Adams Advance Recycling & Disposal, LLC Samuel J. Antonazzo Suzanne L. Antonazzo Herbert R. Ayres, III Pearl L. Bahre Frank R. Ballard III Bonita Bates Halbert Lee-Earl Bates, Sr. James S. Beadle Patricia M. Beadle Keith A. Beauregard Sue-Ellen Beauregard Timothy J. Bebber Susan Becker Bruce L. Bendix Susan L. Bendix A. Wayne Berger Imogene Berger Donald R. Beyer Marla M. Beyer Anne M. Bitzer Daniel E. Bitzer Kelley L. Blacken Paul F. Blacken Verne Bodine Anita C. Bondy Richard Allen Bondy Tracy H. Branson Brent D. Brekke Dennis D. Bridges Eugene Brink Jean Brink Kathleen C. Brinkman Norman D. Brinkman Richard A. Buckles

Richard T. Burke Allen S. Bush Mary L. Bush Lawrence M. Butler Sally A. Butler Arvon D. Byle Sally J. Byle Carrabba’s Italian Grill Robert J. Chant Sally A. Chant Glenn G. Cherup Susan M. Cherup Cynthia Ann Chesney Gregory R. Chesney Jerry L. Clancey Chris Clarke Scot R. Conant Consumers Credit Union David A. Corstange Karen Corstange Kay H. Coyne Joseph B. Creek Kathryn J. Creek Steven R. Cronkite Ryan William Cubit Ellen Curran Jeffrey Allen Dahley Stacie M. Dahley Diann L. Danhoff James L. Danhoff Joyce L. DeRight Pearl L. DeVries Ronald A. DeVries Harold D. Dishon Joyce Dishon Diane Donovan Mark R. Donovan Lawrence D. Dugan Steve J. Duke Cheryl A. Dundon William L. Dundon Shirley Gary Dunkin William Wesley Dunkin Mary Dunn Carolyn E. Everts James B. Everts Jeanne Ewing Bradley J. Fischer Ross E. Fitzpatrick John D. Fleckenstein, Jr. Mary Jane Flores Richard W. Flores, Sr. Donna J. Fogleson Bradley H. Fonger Linda Jean Fonger Patricia Ann Fosdick Roger E. Fosdick Randolph Theodore Foster Jerry F. Fuss Kathryn Fuss C. Edward Gasaway, Jr. Patricia A. Gasaway Debra L. Gaugier James W. Gaugier Jack S. Gesmundo Joseph L. Gesmundo Gary J. Giever Charles W. Glasner Bruce D. Goethe Carmen Green William A. Green John S. Griesbach Julie L. Griesbach Mark J. Griffith David M. Grinder Sue Grinder James K. Hackenberg Glenda Hall Randall Hall Michael P. Halpin Laura A. Hamann Norman L. Hamann Chantal Hanel Kenneth G. Hanel Al Harig Paul Hartwig Sterling Hartwig Nelda Sue Hayes Robert E. Hayes Kandace T. Higley William H. Higley Cynthia J. Hill John E. Hill Carol Ann Hindley Douglas O. Hindley Alfred K. Ho Hoekstra Roofing Company Evelyn L. Hogarth Grant G. Hogarth, Sr. Alan M. Holck Robert Hollander Dennis R. Hollar Jean C. Hollar Susan S. Hollar James F. Holtgreive Dean K. Honsberger Robin D. Hook Ruth Hook Erin M. Hunt

Robert E. Hunt II David A. Ikerd Theresa Ikerd Ike’s Painting Service Improved Funding Techniques-Michigan Infinity Sports, Inc. Amy Taylor Johnson Brian S. Johnson Howard A. Johnson Lowell Johnson Kalamazoo Community Foundation Kalamazoo Gazette Robert F. Kennedy Dan Kettenbeil Sherry Marie Kettenbeil James W. Key, Jr. Paige Key Scott A. Kilgren James Robert Kinney Marlin D. Kleckner Sherry V. Kleckner Anne P. Klimek Jeffrey P. Klimek Karen Louise Kocsondy Zoltan G. Kocsondy Jonathan P. Koets Karen Faith Koets Lois Koning William J. Koning Cheryl Krause Patrick Krause Janice L. Kuhagen Jerald W. Kuss Richelle F. Kuss David Roland LaLiberte Langeland Chapels David James Larson Gary M. LaTulip Kathleen A. LaTulip Jamie Lawlor John R. Lawlor Michael E. Lebednick John Michael Lee Lenora K. Lee Patrick Lennon Martha Lezotte Raymond L. Lezotte Mark S. Liberacki Pamela G. Liberacki Howard D. Linders Leatha M. Linders Steven Lins Anne L. Little Bonnie Locker James C. Locker James T. Long Mable Long Aija Lubavs Konrads V. Lubavs Jim Ludeman Peggy Ludeman Brian J. Lueth Colleen Lundgren Dennis D. Lundgren Lori I. Masnari Ray Edward Masnari Gary R. Mathews Edward J. Mayo William J. Maze, Jr. Alice McCarty Robert McCarty Tasha McDowell Ryan N. McGregor Cheryl A. McKenna Owen P. McKenna Kelly L. McKeough Kevin E. McKeough Mike Metzner Glenn Miller Lynne Miller Margaret L. Miller Richard Alan Miller Nancy Tenbosch Mills Robert E. Lee Mills, Jr. John G. Mizzi Kimberly A. Mizzi Modernistic Cleaning Services, Inc. Aylene Y. Moore Jack L. Moore Diane Marie Morea Scott Mulder Eric Munther Jan Munther Jeanette P. Nixon Theodore F. Nixon William R. Nobles Northern Trust Company ** Cindy L. Paavola Mike E. Page Helen M. Palleschi Lonnie L. Palleschi John Calvin Palmer III Rebecca L. Palmer Parker Hannifin Foundation ** Genevieve Dorothy Parker Harry Parker Barbara J. Parsons Michael H. Parsons Dave Patterson

Jill B. Patterson Carole Pawlowski Kenneth F. Pawlowski Hal Peacock Maureen Peacock Diane B. Pelc Ronald Pelc Erick D. Perry Derek F. Petrak Betsy Phillips Kevin A. Phillips Ken Pierce Nancy L. Pollard Robert C. Pollard David L. Pruis Bonnie Purlee George C. Purlee RE/MAX of Michigan Walter A. Robison Henry L. Rohs, Jr. Joan Carol Rohs Rugger’s Up & Under Berclay A. Ruschak William S. Ruschak Joan M. Russell Timothy D. Russell Andrew Anthony Rymsha Jose E. Santamaria Karen Trout Santamaria Allen D. Schau Jack Neff Schermerhorn Chris A. Schneider Louise Schneider Patricia Ann Schneider Paul Edward Schneider Heinz E. Schroeder Scott’s Pig Roast Avis L. Sebaly Ray Scott Shugars Sign Boys, LLC Carol D. Simpson J. Brooks Simpson Daniel R. Smith Judy A. Smith William J. Sprague Charlene M. Sprick Robert W. Sprick SPX Corporation Foundation ** Gregory Dale Staudacher Jamie L. Steenwyk Keith B. Steenwyk Ronald B. Stephens Wendy L. Stock Carol Strong Edwin C. Strong Janet Sutherland Verne E. Sutherland Judith S. Takemoto-Buckles Margaret M. Tanner Richard W. Tanner Tesar Printing Company Gary E. Tibble Patricia M. Tibble John W. Timko Linda L. Tolstyka Patrick J. Tolstyka Emil J. Tomanek, Jr. Nancy Tomanek Lawrence A. Ulmer Marsha R. Ulmer Roger E. Ulrich Melvin D. Van Dis Vivian Van Dis Ross VanderCook Susan E. VanderCook VanderMay Construction, Inc. Gary B. Walters Fran L. Washington Von H. Washington, Sr. J. William Weessies, Jr. Gary L. Wegenke Sandra S. Wegenke Sheri Marie Wegner John Weitzel Katie Weitzel G. Glen Weller Timothy W. Wenzel Donald C. Werme Patricia Werme Betty Weston Frances D. Winegar Marvin L. Winegar Judy Woizeschke Thomas A. Woizeschke Kathleen A. Wolf Thomas R. Wolf, Jr. Janice Elaine Wright R. Gerald Wright Richard D. Zane, Jr. Cynthia Marie Zerban Jason A. Zerban Frederick L. Zuidema Marie Zuidema * Deceased ** Matching Gift Donations

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