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2011-12 LADY EAGLE MEDIA GUIDE

NEW ERA

Meet The Players >A Complete Guide To

FIRST YEAR HEAD COACH MARLENE STOLLINGS _____________________

Knowing The Lady Eagles

NEW COACHING STAFF

“Our goal is to become a Class Act in the Big South Conference” >>ONE TEAM, ONE GOAL<<

Meet Coach Stollings and her talented support staff (pg. 16)

SPEED UP GET READY

What’s the Outlook For the 2011-12 Eagles? (pg. 23) Where are the Eagles picked in the Big South Poll? (pg. 73)

FANS!!!!! STOLLINGS INTENDS TO PICK UP THE PACE OFFENSIVELY OFFEN OFFENS SIV IVELY VELY

McClanahan Selected To Preseason All-Big South Team Coliseum Floor gets a new look

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Members of the 2011-12 Lady Eagle basketball team, front row, from left: Christie Rogers, assistant coach, Marlene Stollings, head coach, ????, Diana Choibekova, Samiya Wright, Dequesha McClanahan, Tiffany Charles, Kelsey Corcoran, ??????, Christena Hamilton, assistant coach. Second row, from left: Kevin Cook, assistant coach, Darnissa Gray, Kaitlyn Rubino, TaQuoia Hammick, Katie Fitzgerald, Taylor Calvert, Mary Hathaway, Cody Henry, administrative assistant.

2011-12 Roster No. Name

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Tiffany Charles G Diana Choibekova G Taylor Calvert G/F Katie Fitzgerald F Dequesha McClanahan G Mary Hathaway G/F Samiya Wright G Darnissa Gray G Kelsey Corcoran F Kaitlyn Rubino F TaQuoia Hammick C

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Hometown (Previous School)

5-7 Miami, FL (Monsignor Pace) 5-11 New York, NY (Daytona State College) 5-11 San Antonio, TX (Steele) 6-1 Kingsland, GA (Camden County) 5-8 Oak Ridge, TN (Oak Ridge) 6-0 Fort Wayne, IN (Bishop Luers) 5-8 Oswego, IL (Oswego) 5-8 Bellwood, IL (St. Joseph) 6-2 Middletown, VA (The Miller School) 6-0 Mt. Pleasant, SC (Wando) 6-3 St. Paul, MN (Minneapolis South)

Head Coach: Marlene Stollings (Ohio, ‘98) Assistant Coach: Kevin Cook (Urbana, ‘83) Assistant Coach: Christena Hamilton (Temple, ‘04) Assistant Coach: Christie Rogers (Washington College, ‘09) Administrative Assistant: Cody Henry (Mississippi, ‘10) Women’s Basketball Media Contact: Brett Redden Athletic Trainer: Danielle Ribbons 2


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2011-12 SEASON OUTLOOK

MEDIA INFORMATION

WINTHROP UNIVERSITY

2011-12 Schedule.................................. OBC

Media Policies .............................................2

President Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio ..............3

Roster ...................................................... IFC

Coaches Show/Luncheon............................2

University Profile.......................................6-7

Season Outlook ....................................23-25

Winthrop Radio/Eagle TV .........................4-5

Athletic Director Tom Hickman ....................8

TV-Radio Roster ......................................IBC

Radio/Eagle TV Announcers .......................4

Athletic Staff ................................................8

2010-11 Final Statistics .............................26

Athletic Facilities ..........................................9

COACHING STAFF

2010-11 Game-by-Game Results ..............27

Local Attractions ........................................10

Head Coach Marlene Stollings .............17-18

2010-11 Team Superlatives .......................48

Student Services ....................................... 11

Assistant Coach Kevin Cook .....................19

Athletic Training .........................................12

Assistant Coach Christena Hamilton .........20

THE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE

Strength & Conditioning.............................13

Assistant Coach Christie Rogers ...............21

Conference Staff........................................73

Winthrop Coliseum ...............................14-15

Administrative Asst. Cody Henry ...............22

About the Big South...................................73

Athletic Trainer Danielle Ribbons ..............22

2011-12 Preview ........................................74

OPPONENTS

Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Practice Team .................................46

All-Time Conference Standings .................75

Troy, Bradley, Niagara ...............................61

Big South Records.....................................76

Stetson, Wichita St., Virginia Commonwealth ...61

2011-12 EAGLES

Big South Honor Roll .................................76

Davidson, South Carolina St., Monmouth ...... 62

Returnees

Big South Tournament Records.................77

Fordham, North Carolina Central, Mercer ...... 62

Tiffany Charles......................................30-31

Big South Teams All-Time Records ...........77

Coastal Carolina, Charleston Sou., Presbyterian.. 63

Katie Fitzgerald.....................................32-33

2011-12 Composite Schedule ...................78

Asheville, Gardner-Webb, Radford................. 63 Liberty, High Point, Campbell ......................... 64

Dequesha McClanahan ........................34-35 Mary Hathaway.....................................36-37

EAGLE HISTORY

Dee Gray ..............................................38-39

2009 WNIT ................................................47

Kaitlyn Rubino ......................................40-41

Team Records ...........................................50

TaQuoia Hammick ................................42-43

Individual Records .....................................51 All-Time Career Leaders ......................52-53

Newcomers

All-Time Letterwinners ..........................54-55

Diana Choibekova .....................................44

1,000 Point Club ...................................56-57

Taylor Calvert.............................................44

All-Time Award Winners/Pros ...............58-59

Samiya Wright ...........................................45

All-Time Records vs. Opponents ...............64

Kelsey Corcoran ........................................45

Year-by-Year Records ..........................65-69

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MEDIA INFORMATION Primary Media Outlets

Weekly Basketball Coaches Luncheon

Darin Gantt Sports Writer The Herald P.O. Box 11707 Rock Hill, SC 29730 Sports Editor The Johnsonian Winthrop University Rock Hill, SC 29733

Weekly Coaches Luncheon: Coach Marlene Stollings is scheduled to speak each Wednesday between 12-1 p.m. during the weekly coaches luncheon at DiGiorgio Campus Center (located next to Lois Rhame West Center. All media are invited to attend. Coach Marlene Stollings Weekly Internet Radio Show: Head Coach Marlene Stollings will have a weekly radio show that will be available for listeners on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. The show will be available through podcast, which you can access through www.winthropeagles.com or iTunes.

Press and Media Credentials: Working press credentials for all Winthrop basketball games may be requested by contacting the media relations office at least two days prior to the desired game. All credentials will be left at the pass gate located on the lower level rear entrance of the Winthrop Coliseum and must be worn at press row and in the media interview room. Spouses and children are not allowed in the press/media areas in compliance with the working code of the United States Basketball Writers Association. Since parking is free at the Coliseum, parking passes are not issued. Press Row: Is located along courtside of the Winthrop Coliseum playing floor and across from the bench area and official table. Seats will be reserved for media who are issued credentials. The press row telephone number is 803323-2156. Media Work Room/Services: The working media room and post-game interview area is located adjacent to the media relations office on the lower level of the Winthrop Coliseum. An outside telephone line and a fax machine are available and may be used on a firstcome, first-served basis. A complete play-by-play as well as an official box score are distributed at halftime and following the game. Both head coaches and selected players will be brought to the media interview room beginning 10 minutes after the completion of the game. The media work room along

with the arena, is equipped with wireless internet service and high speed internet connections. Photographers: Only credentialed photographers are allowed at courtside. All photographers must display their passes at all times. Attached flash photography is not allowed. However, strobe lighting attached to the catwalk area is allowed on a first-come, first-served basis. Radio Broadcasts: Requests to broadcast any Winthrop game must be approved at least two days in advance by the media relations office. One regular dial-up phone line is available at courtside for visiting radio. To get extra lines, please call Comporium Communications, 803-326-6011.

The World Wide Web Winthrop’s Site: Rosters, coach and player bios, upto-date statistics, live game stats and results can be found at the Winthrop Athletics site on the World Wide Web.

Harry Pickett Sports Editor Charlotte Observer P.O. Box 32188 Charlotte, NC 28232 Sports Director CN2 135 Elizabeth Lane Rock Hill, SC 29730 Delano Little Sports Director WBT-TV One Julian Price Plaza Charlotte, NC 28208 Ira Cronin Sports NBC6 P.O. Box 18665 Charlotte,NC 28218

The address for the Winthrop University Athletics web site is www.winthropeagles.com.

Tiffany Wright Sports Director WSOC-TV P.O. Box 34665 Charlotte, NC 28234

Live internet broadcasts of all women’s basketball games can be accessed by linking from this site to the internet streaming provider (Stretch Internet)

Pete Iacobelli South Carolina AP P.O. Box 101101 Columbia, SC 29211

Big South Conference Site: News, standings and statistics on the conference level and links to each of the other eight Big South members can be accessed at the Big South Conference site on the World Wide Web.

Mario Washington WRHI/WRHM P.O. Box 429 Rock Hill, SC 29730 Mike Pacheco Winthrop Radio/TV Winthrop Coliseum Rock Hill, SC 29733

The address for the Big South Conference is www. bigsouthsports.com.

Winthrop Eagle Basketball radio broadcasts can be heard throughout the world via your telephone on TEAMLINE. Just dial 1-800-846-4700 and enter the Winthrop team code 1728.

ON THE COVER The magazine theme cover features first year head coach Marlene Stollings with (starting from the left) junior Diana Choibekova, sophomore Dequesha McClanahan and red-shirt freshman Samiya Wright

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CREDITS The 2011-12 women’s basketball online publication was produced by Brett Redden, Assistant Director for Media Relations, with assistance from Jack Frost, Athletic Director for Media Relations and Wesley Herring, Media Relations Assistant. Photo services were provided by Sideline sports, Mike Slade of Visual Media Productions, University Relations, Tim Cowie Photography, Quattro Graphics, Wesley Herring, Brett Redden and Jack Frost.


Winthrop University President Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio Now in his 23rd year as president of Winthrop University, Dr. Anthony J. DiGiorgio believes that attaining excellence requires three things: • caring more than some might think is wise, • risking more than some might think is safe, and • dreaming more than some might think is practical.

“We at Winthrop encourage excellence in all endeavors, both in the classroom and in the playing arena.”

That approach has resulted in Dr. DiGiorgio now being the longest- serving president of any public university in South Carolina, while Winthrop University has grown from a regional college with a venerable history to a national-caliber comprehensive university that helps set the pace for quality higher education. Today, Winthrop University is regularly rated among the top public institutions of its kind in the South by U.S. News and World Report, winning accolades for:      

Some of the University’s notable accomplishments during Dr. DiGiorgio’s tenure include:  the designation change from Winthrop College to Winthrop University in 1992;  Winthrop’s first capital campaign, which raised $31.2 million for scholarships, academic program enhancements and more faculty development and research opportunities;  more than $120 million in capital building projects that have adapted the University’s historic campus to contemporary needs, including a new Life Sciences Building; The Courtyard residence hall; Owens Hall, a general use academic building; the West Center for Health, Physical Education and Wellness; Carroll Hall, an academic facility for the College of Business Administration, the Culp Chiller Plant. and the new DiGiorgio Campus Center, named for President DiGiorgio and his wife, Gale.

academic excellence emphasis on students’ personal character development commitment to diversity award-winning student programming sound fiscal management, and overall institutional excellence.

National publications, including Barron’s Best Buys and The Princeton Review, also rate Winthrop University among the “best buy, best value” institutions in the nation. U.S. News and World Report in 2010 also named Winthrop to its “Keep An Eye On These Schools” list of institutions that have recently made “the most promising and innovative changes in academics, faculty, students, campus or facilities.”

Dr. DiGiorgio began his presidency by articulating a “Vision of Distinction” for Winthrop, then leading the university community in designing a series of annual work plans that advance the goals encompassed by the vision. Each new year’s work plan builds on the foundation of the previous year’s achievements. DiGiorgio likens it to a family’s achievements, with each new generation building on the foundation of its elders — an observation drawn from his own youth. The son of an immigrant bricklayer, Dr. DiGiorgio was born in Sharon, Pa. Like many immigrants to America, the DiGiorgios found that hard work and persistence were the keys to survival – key elements that characterize the DiGiorgio leadership style today. After receiving his undergraduate degree at Gannon College, Dr. DiGiorgio earned his master’s and doctoral degrees from Purdue University, where he later became an instructor and Assistant to the Dean of Humanities, Social Science and Education. In 1970, he began 19 years of service at The College of New Jersey, where he served in a number of positions, including Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. DiGiorgio has served two terms on the board of directors of the NCAA Board and its executive committee, as well as two terms as president of the Big South Conference, He currently chairs the Membership Committee. In addition, he has served on the board of directors of the Charlotte branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond District, and in 2009-2010 began a second term on the board of the Charlotte Regional Partnership, a regional economic development organization serving 2.5 million people in both Carolinas.

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WINTHROP RADIO/EAGLE TV Women’s Basketball Television/Radio Broadcast Information Winthrop provides a radio broadcast of all women’s basketball games, live over the internet via Stretch Internet. All games will be feature Mike Pacheco with the playby-play along with color analyst, Bryan Dillon. Each home game is a full television production done over video stream. Pacheco’s play-by-play on Eagle TV will be simulcast with the internet radio broadcast. All home games will be replayed on Comporium Cable Channel 18. To listen to a radio broadcast,

visit www.winthropeagles.com and under Media click on Radio Network. Then click on the Game Central logo and it will take you to the broadcast schedule. Tune in 15 minutes early to catch the pre-game show, which includes an interview with head coach Marlene Stollings. Under the Media Menu, you can click on the video streaming link to visit the Eagle TV schedule.

Mike Pacheco

Bryan Dillon

Women’s Basketball Radio/TV Play-by-Play

Mike Pacheco (pronounced PUH-Cheek-Oh), a veteran broadcaster in the Charlotte area who has provided play-by-play for college and professional baseball and basketball, enters his fifth season as the broadcaster for the Winthrop Women’s Basketball team on the Winthrop Sports Network. All women’s games can be heard by going to the Winthrop Athletics web site and then clicking on the Listen To Winthrop Women’s Basketball link. Pacheco is a 1991 graduate of Merrimack College in Massachusetts and is a former producer of Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins and Boston College football and basketball games while working in Boston for radio station WEEI. Prior to coming to Charlotte in 1998 as director of marketing for WFNZ, Pacheco worked for two years for ABC News Radio and ABC Radio Networks in New York City. While at ABC Radio Networks, he directed dayby-day operations of the nationally syndicated sports talk show “The Fabulous Sports Babe Show” which was heard on over 200 stations coast-to-coast. The Television Play by Play announcer for the Winthrop Eagles also performs middle innings play-by-play and color analyst duties for the Charlotte Knights Triple AAA baseball team. He also produces the Carolina Panthers radio post-game show and is a fill-in host for the show. Pacheco also serves as the in-studio host for the ISP Sports/Boston College Radio Network which broadcasts on the 20-station network that is heard throughout New England. In the past, he has also worked for Metro Networks in Charlotte where he served as Sports, News and Traffic Anchor.

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Color Analyst

Dillon is in his first season as the color analyst for all the women’s basketball home games. Dillon, a senior at Winthrop, is currently working on a degree in Sport Management and is set to graduate in August of 2012. Prior to his enrolling at Winthrop, Dillon was coaching junior varsity basketball at Dublin Jerome High School in Dubin, OH. In 2008, Dillon moved to South Carolina and began to officiate middle and high school basketball as a member of IAABO, a local basketball officials association. Dillon played three years of varsity basketball at Osceola High School in KIssimmee, FL. After high school he attended Ohio State before transferring to Winthrop. Dillon resides in Fort Mill, SC with his wife Lindsay Dillon.

DAVE FRIEDMAN Men’s Basketball Radio Play-by-Play

BOBBY STEVENS Men’s Basketball Color Analyst


WINTHROP RADIO/EAGLE TV Marlene Stollings RADIO SHOW

PODCAST OF SHOWS AVAILABLE MONDAYS

Every Monday Mike Pacheco and head coach Marlene Stollings sit down to discuss the ins and outs of Winthrop womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball. The show includes anyalysis and recaps from the week before and a look ahead at games coming up. The show also includes guests such as player interviews as well as assistant coaches. The show can be heard by podcast which is available through iTunes or on Demand on the radio network portal.

TUNE IN TO MIKE PACHECO AND BRYAN DILLON AS THEY BRING YOU THE ACTION OF ALL HOME GAMES LIVE ON THE INTERNET

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One of America’s Best

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ounded in 1886, Winthrop University is rated as one of the top regional higher education institutions in the nation. The picturesque campus is ideally located in the beautiful upstate section of South Carolina in the growing city of Rock Hill and only 30 minutes from Charlotte, North Carolina. Winthrop’s 100-acre main campus and its 300-acre athletic complex is home to a student body that numbers nearly 6,400. Winthrop is large enough to offer a wide range of academic and extra-curricular opportunities found at larger universities while at the same time small enough to encourage personal interaction with professors and staff.

Steeped in tradition, Winthrop is a public institution with regional prominence. At Winthrop, students excel in an academic environment that is second to none among South Carolina’s senior colleges and teaching universities. Unique academic course offerings and modern, well-equipped facilities guarantee a national-caliber education. With all that Winthrop has to offer, it should be no surprise that U.S. News & World Report has ranked Winthrop as a top ten Southern regional public university for 20 consecutive issues while Consumer Digest ranks Winthrop as one of the top 50 Best Values in Colleges and Universities.

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Athletic Administrative Staff Tom Hickman Director of Athletics Tom Hickman is in his16th year as W Winthropâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s director of athletics. He was appointed to the position in July w of 1996 after serving as associate o athletic director for seven years. a The North Carolina native graduated from Wake Forest University in 1970, and also received his masterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree from Wake Forest in 1974. Hickman is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), and is a former member of the NCAA Div. I Management Council, the NCAA Legislative Review and Interpretations Committee, the NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee, and currently serves on the Division I Championships/Sports Management Cabinet. He serves on the Big South Conference Budget and Basketball Tournament committees. He and his wife, Karen, are parents of two sons, Wesley and Brett, and a daughter, Lauren.

Brett Redden Assistant Director Media Relations

Wes Herring Media Relations Assistant

Sharen DuBard Director of Eagle Club/Varsity Club

Linda Dorsett Membership Services Coordinator

Brittany Bingham Assistant Athletic Trainer

Charlie Hart Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kelvin Thomas Director of Video Services

Norma McDuffie McDuffie Director of CHAMPS/Life Skills SWA

Danielle Ribbons D Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dan Murray Associate AD

Scott McDonald Associate AD

for Facilities Operations & Sales

for Compliance, Student Services & Donor Relations

Jack Frost

Dan Hopper

Jeff Lahr

Assistant AD for Media Relations

Assistant AD for Marketing & Sales

Assistant AD for Athletic Training

Everett Hutto Director of New Media

Aimee Kline Director of Marketing & Prmotions

Debbie Newsome Athletic Business Manager

C Claire Mooney-Melvin Academic Services Assistant

Hayes Galitski Strength Coach

Greg Adamson Assistant Strength Coach

Diane Wright Administrative Assistant

Gail Little Administrative Assistant

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Kathy Boulware K Administrative Assistant

Larry McLaine Ticket Manager

Dan Lundy Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kelly McGinnis Administrative Assistant Representative


Belk Track Complex Winthrop Coliseum

Terry Field

Eagle Field

Memorial Courts

The Winthrop Ballpark

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Winthrop is located just 30 minutes from downtown Charlotte, NC and the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Professional sports teams such as the Carolina Panthers of the NFL, the NBA Charlotte Bobcats and the AAA Baseball Charlotte Knights are also located within a few miles of the Winthrop campus. Historic downtown Rock Hill with its restaurants and pubs is only a short distance from campus .

Charlotteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Skyline

Time-Warner Arena

Bank of America Stadium

Downtown Rock Hill

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Winthrop Athletics is strongly committed to the welfare and support of its student-athletes through its Academics, Student Services and Compliance offices. Winthrop’s committment to academic integrity is demonstrated by providing its student-athletes with a variety of resources which are housed in the Rock Hill Coca-Cola Academic Resource Center to help them achieve success in the classroom. The academic staff works closely with its student-athletes throughout their entire experience at Winthrop University to ensure their academic success. Services include advising student-athletes regarding general academic issues, NCAA academic eligibility and degree planning. Winthrop also assists students with the University academic requirements - proper counseling to student-athletes in academic planning matters such as goal setting, plans of study, schedule building, choosing majors and degree requirements. The academic services staff also makes student-athletes aware of the NCAA, Big South Conference, and Winthrop University academic policies that affect their academic progress. Winthrop Athletics holds its staff and student-athletes to the highest standards of honesty, fairness, and professional ethics. A student-athlete computer lab in the coliseum is provided for the athletes during set hours as well. Tutoring is also provided to all student-athletes. The Academic Coordinator works closely with the academic departments of Winthrop to provide student-athletes with highly recommended and trained tutors. Study Hall is one area utilized to assist student-athletes in developing effective time

The Coca-Cola Academic Resource Center provides a staffed study hall for student-athletes

Norma McDuffie McDuffie Claire Cl i Mooney-Melvin M M l i Scott McDonald Academic Services CHAMPS/Life Skills Director Assoc. AD for Compliance, Senior Women’s Administrator Intern Student Services & Donor Relations

The CHAMPS/Life Skills Program (Challenging Athletes Minds for Personal Success) was founded in 1991 by the NCAA Foundation and the Division 1-A Athletic Directors’ Association. As part of the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, the StudentAthlete Advisory Council (SAAC) was formed to hear the “voice” of student-athletes, help provide feedback to the Coordinator and allow student-athletes a voice in certain policies and events pertaining to them.

Student-Athlete Advisory Council The Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is a representative body of every varsity sport at Winthrop University. The Council is student-athlete led. Representatives of each athletic team work with the CHAMPS/Life Skills Computer lab is available Coordinator to oversee the program and make sure the to student-athletes program is meeting the needs of the Winthrop University student-athletes. Through the efforts of SAAC, Winthrop has management skills. All incoming student-athletes (freshmen and won the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Kallander Cups from the Big transfers) are required to complete a prescribed number of study South Conference for its community service. hall hours each week. CHAMPS/Life Skills Programs Winthrop University is committed to providing the studentathlete with personal development opportunities that will challenge and enhance the individual’s collegiate experience. The program is designed to provide the student-athlete with leadership and service learning experiences. In addition, programs and seminars address career development, academic success, and personal achievement.

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Associate Head Athletic Trainer Daniel Lundy

Assistant Athletic Trainer Brittany Bingham

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainers

Amy Humphries Assistant Athletic Trainer Charlie Hart

Carlie Clark

Assistant Athletic Trainer Danielle Ribbons

Kelly Wright

JEFF LAHR J Assistant Athletic Director For Athletic Training Jeff Lahr is in his 18th year as Winthrop’s head athletic trainer. a A native of Whitehouse, Ohio, Lahr earned his undergraduate degree e from the University of Toledo in f 1989 and received his master’s 1 degree in sports medicine from Michigan State in 1991. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and began his professional career in 1991 at North Carolina Central in Durham, NC. He and his wife, Marta, are the parents of two sons, A.J., age 15, and Tyler,14 and a daughter, Kendall, 13. The Lahr’s reside in Rock Hill.

Winthrop provides five full-time certified athletic trainers (Jeff Lahr, Daniel Lundy, Brittany Bingham, Charlie Hart and Danielle Ribbons) along with three graduate assistants (Amy Humphries, Carlie Clark and Kelly Wright). Winthrop’s athletic training staff’s goal is to attain excellence in all aspects of sports medicine. The staff works hard to deliver the highest quality health care to all of its student-athletes.

Dr. John Temple Team Physican

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Dr. Derrick Blackwell Team Physican


HAYES GALITSKI Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Hayes Galitski is in his fourth year as the Winthrop Strength & Conditioning head coach. He was appointed to that position on July 14, 2008 after serving as the assistant strength coach during the 2007-08 year. Galitski, a native of Lock Haven, PA, is a 2005 graduate of Lock Haven University with a degree in Fitness Management. While an undergraduate at Lock Haven, he served an internship with Penn State during the 2004 summer and 2005 spring semesters. Following graduation from Lock Haven, Galitski served as a graduate assistant at Bowling Green State University from 2005 until coming to Winthrop. While at BGSU, he worked with the football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, hockey, men’s soccer, softball and women’s golf teams. He earned a master’s degree from Bowling Green in Developmental Kinesiology.

Assistant Strength Coach Greg Adamson

Graduate Assistant Strength Coach Kaley Viola

Winthrop began its Strength and Conditioning program in 2002 and it has quickly become very valuable to the success of Winthrop Athletics. The program was created to aid in injury prevention and improve the athletes performance. All student-athletes receive personal instructions and attention. Hayes Galitski is in his fourth year as head strength coach after serving as an assistant for one year. He is responsible for designing and implementing the strength and conditioning programs for all 17 sports teams. Greg Adamson is in his first year as assistant strength coach and Kaley Viola is in her first year as a graduate assistant strength coach.

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WINTHROP COLISEUM The Eaglesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Record In Winthrop Coliseum

Winthropâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s basketball teams play in the beautiful and modern 6,100-seat Winthrop Coliseum, the headquarters for the athletic department and located on Eden Terrace about one mile from the main campus. The coliseum was the home of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League for two years. The facility was completed in October, 1982, at a cost of $10.7 million. The coliseum is a multi-purpose facility and is used year-around for athletic events, concerts, conventions, receptions, conferences, and various entertainment events. In addition to the main playing arena, the coliseum contains a modern athletic training room, weight room, laundry room, eight dressing rooms for athletes and

visiting entertainers, a booster club meeting room, equipment room, media room, two classrooms, 30 offices, three conference rooms, and a film review room. The ceiling of the building rises 34 feet above the arena floor and the structure sits on pilings that extend 27-and-one-half feet below ground. The overall size of the building is 271.6 feet x 321.6 feet and covers 158,884 square feet. In the summer of 2002 the coliseum underwent rennovations. The arena seats were replaced with all maroon chairs and the outside walls of the coliseum were covered in brick and a new canopy entrance was erected. In the summer of 2004, the Hall of Fame displays were built in the concourse as well as a new restaurant.

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WINTHROP COLISEUM Coliseum Floor Gets A Facelift This past summer, the coliseum floor was forced to be repainted due to the rule changes for the 2011-12 season affecting the men’s and women’s basketball team. The women’s three point line has been removed and both teams will shoot threes from the same line at 20 feet, six inches. There is also an addition to the lane with the implimentation of the restricted area arc under the basket. The restricted area is three feet from the center of the basket, where a secondary defender cannon legally take a charge. Having to make changes to the layout, Winthrop took the opportunity to refresh the logo in the middle of the court as well. Below is a rendition of what the new floor will look like for the 2011-12 season.

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Assistant Coach Christena Hamilton


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arlene Stollings, the associate head coach at Ole Miss and scoring legend as a high school and college player in Ohio, was introduced on Tuesday as Winthrop University’s new head women’s basketball coach. Stollings becomes the 13th different coach in school history as she comes to Winthrop after spending the previous four seasons at the University of Mississippi. As an Associate Head Coach at Ole Miss, her duties included recruiting and player development. Stollings possesses an exceptional ability to develop talent, which she notably proved with the Rebels. “I’m so excited and honored to be an Eagle,” said Stollings. “I’d like to start by thanking Tom Hickman and president Dr. DiGiorgio for giving me this opportunity. I’m extremely anxious to meet with the team. Our success may not come overnight, but it will come. Winning will become expected here. I want to be the team our opponents aspire to be.” “We were overwhelmed with the interest in the women’s basketball job here at Winthrop,” said Winthrop Athletic Director Tom Hickman. “As a result, the screening process took a bit longer than we anticipated. During that process, Marlene Stollings’ background and her experience at many Division I levels clearly stood out. She is a proven recruiter and has shown her ability to lead a program as evidenced by her tenure as a successful interim head coach. We are happy to have her taking the reins of our women’s basketball program.” One of the brightest young coaching minds in the Southeastern Conference, Marlene Stollings was recently elevated to Associate Coach at Ole Miss prior to the 201011 season. She is responsible for the Rebels’ overall offense as well as oversight of recruiting, scouting and coordination of individual guard development entering her fourth sea-

son on Head Coach Renee Ladner’s staff. Stollings was recognized by Nike in 2010 as one of the top assistants in the country and received an invitation to attend its prestigious Villa 7 Consortium, an accomplishment reserved for a small group of the country’s elite assistant basketball coaches. She has also established herself as a passionate and accomplished national recruiter and turned heads with the signing of arguably the best Ole Miss recruiting class in nearly 30 years in 2010. Mississippi native Valencia McFarland, who is ranked as the No. 14 point guard in the nation by ESPN HoopGurlz, highlights a class that also includes highly touted players from Ohio, Tennessee and Arkansas. In addition to her coaching and recruiting abilities, Stollings is known nationally for her exceptional gift of developing talent, which has helped Ole Miss feature one of the top guard corps in the country in each of her three seasons with the team. She mentored former Ole Miss guard Bianca Thomas into a 2010 first-round draft pick of the WNBA’s Los Angles Sparks. Under Stollings’ tutelage, Thomas put together a recordbreaking season in 2009-10 on her way to ranking 10th in the NCAA and first the SEC in scoring by averaging 20.9 points per game en route to an All-SEC first-team selection for the second consecutive season. Thomas became the first Rebel since Jennifer Gillom in 1986 to lead the SEC in scoring and finished her career sixth all-time at Ole Miss in scoring. Thomas was also one of the nation’s top long distance shooters and ended the season ranked 10th in the nation with 3.1 three-pointers per game. She set a new Ole Miss singleseason record with 100 three-pointers and left Oxford ranked second all-time in school history in career treys. Shantell Black had a third straight strong year under the direction of Stollings and finished the 2009-10 season sixth in the SEC with 4.2 assists per game. Black left Ole Miss fourth on the Rebels’ all-time assist list with 522. Stollings also helped Black become one of the top longdistance shooters in the league last season, as Black finished eighth in the conference with a 37.1 shooting percentage from beyond the arc. Rebel point guard Kayla Melson also flourished under Stollings in 2009-10 and finished the season first in the SEC and 10th in the NCAA with 5.9 assists per game. Melson put together four games of at least 10 assists and turned in just the third triple-double in school history when she finished with 11 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in the season opener. Melson also developed into one of the league’s top scoring threats and ended the year 19th in the SEC with 12.2 points per game. Melson more than doubled her scoring output from her sophomore year when she tallied 5.7 points per game.

Stollings is the 13th head coach in Winthrop History

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Stollings brought a rich background to Ole Miss with extensive experience as both a player and a coach at the Division I level. Her 10 years of progressive coaching and recruiting experience includes the A-10 and Sun Belt Conferences as well as the Horizon League and now the SEC. Stollings came to Oxford after completing a twoyear stint (2005-07) at Saint Louis University. Her first recruiting class as co-recruiting coordinator for Saint Louis was arguably the best in school history. The 2005 class included Miss Illinois Basketball and two All-State performers from Ohio. She brings proven experience in rebuilding programs having done so not only at Saint Louis University, but also at WrightState and New Mexico State. Prior to SLU, Stollings was an assistant coach at Wright State for the 2003-04 season. The Raiders won a postseason game for just the second time in school history that year and finished with a winning home record for the first time in eight seasons. Stollings coached one All-Conference team selection as well as an All-Newcomer squad member. In December 2002, Stollings was appointed interim head coach at New Mexico State and guided the team to a 9-3 record. The Aggies claimed first place in the Sun Belt West Division for the first time in school history and had two players named to the All-Conference team. The Aggies led the country in 3-point field goals made that season at 8.8 per game and set an NCAA record with 21 treys in one game which still ranks No. 1 in NCAA history. Stollings began her coaching career spending one year at Jacksonville University in Florida. The Dolphins set school records that year for overall and conference wins along with the team’s best conference finish. As a collegiate player, Stollings earned first-team AllMid-American Conference honors at Ohio after finishing eighth in the nation and leading the league in scoring at 22.9 points per game her senior year. She served as team captain for the Bobcats and earned Kodak AllAmerican honorable mention honors in 1998. Stollings remains in the Ohio record books with 10 three-point baskets and 41 points scored in a single game. Off the court, she earned the Ohio University Alumni Scholar Athlete Citation and Dean’s list honors. She graduated with both a B.B.A. in marketing and a B.S. in sport industry from Ohio University in 1998. Stollings began her collegiate playing career at Ohio State University and was a two-time scholar athlete for the Buckeyes. Following her collegiate playing career, Stollings played one season professionally for Club ABB Baden in Switzerland. She was later invited to the WNBA Utah Starzz training camp in 1999, and also played for the NWBL Mobile Majesty. While playing professionally in Europe, Stollings coached a men’s club team to an un-

Stollings was introducted as the new head coach of the Lady Eagle basketball program on April, 12, 2011 defeated season. Stollings had an outstanding prep career at Beaver-Eastern High School in Pike County, Ohio. Considered one of the finest scorers to ever play in the basketball rich state of Ohio, she finished as the leading scorer in the history of Ohio high school basketball (both boys and girls) with 3,514 points. This point total still remains the highest in Ohio history. The 1993 Ohio Miss Basketball was also presented a resolution by both the Ohio Senate and House of Representatives for her academic and athletic achievement. Stollings was a two-time Division III Player of the Year and four-time conference Player of the Year. She earned Kodak All-American honors her senior season. Her name currently appears over 30 times in the OHSAA (Ohio High School Athletic Association) record books. In her honor, February 19 was declared Marlene Stollings Day in Pike County, Ohio.

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ASSISTANT COACH KEVIN COOK URBANA UNIVERSITY, 1983

Education College: Urbana Univ. (OH), ‘83 Grad School: Gallaudet Univ., ‘10 Coaching Experience 2006-11: Head Coach, Gallaudet University 2006-07: Head Coach, Nigeria National Women’s Team 1995-2006: Assistant Coach, Houston Comets (WNBA) 1993-95: Head Coach, Garden City Community College 1984-93: Assistant Coach, Univ. of Kansas

Kevin Cook was hired in August, 2011 a as an assistant coach for the Lady Eagle program. He is a former four-time WNBA w world champion who has coached at all levels. Cook has been involved with women’s basketball for over two decades and brings a wealth of coaching experience at the colleg giate level. Cook’s experience goes beyond the ccollegiate level as he was on the staff for 11 yyears of the Houston Comets dynasty of the W WNBA. The Comets captured the first four W WNBA championships and made the playo offs nine out of the first 10 years. He also sserved as an assistant coach for the victorious West squad in the WNBA’s first three All-Star games. For capturing its championships, Cook accompanied the Comets players and coaches to four different White House visits where the teams were recognized for their achievements. Cook was able to meet former president’s George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush during his time with the Comets. On July 23, 2011 the WNBA released its Top 15 players of All-Time list and four Comet players that Cook coached made the list (Sheryl Swoopes, Dawn Staley, Cynthia Cooper and Tina Thompson). Prior to his arrival with the Houston Comets, Cook served as an Associate Head Coach for the University of Houston from 1995-97. From 1983-1993, Cooke was an assistant coach at the University of Kansas under Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer, Marian E. Washington. During his time in Lawrence, KS, Cook helped the Jayhawks to four conference championships, four NCAA Tournament appearances and two WNIT berths. He spent the past four seasons as the head coach of Gallaudet University, where he led his team to a 24-4 record during the 2010-11 season and was named the WBCA Region III Coach of the Year. Gallaudet is the world’s only all-deaf college. Cook’s international coaching experience comes from having led the Nigeria women’s basketball national team. He coached the Nigerian national team in the 19

2006 World Championships in Sao Paulo, Brazil and in 2007 he helped guide the team to a 7-1 record for a Silver Medal at the All-Africa Games in Algiers, Algeria. The past five years Cook has visited six African countries hosting basketball fundamental clinics for coaches and players. In addition he’s served as a coach for several traveling teams, including teams that traveled to Brazil and Russia, and coached a traveling team that defeated the 2001 University of Connecticut squad. In addition to his 2011 WBCA Region III Coach of the Year award, Cook has received several other honors. On April 5, 2010 he was named the winner of the WBCA prestigious Carol Eckman Award, was inducted into the Urbana University Hall of Fame in October of 2010 and just this past May was the commencement speaker for Urbana University. Stollings is excited about the player development skills that Cook brings to the staff. “Coach Cook is a relentless worker, recruiter, X and O guru and consummate student of the game. He will help us win championships for years to come. We excitedly welcome Coach Cook to our Winthrop Eagle family!” “I am thrilled about this new opportunity to assist Coach Stollings and help the Lady Eagle program win championships,” added Cook. “These are exciting times at Winthrop University!”


ASSISTANT COACH CHRISTENA HAMILTON TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, 2004

Education College: Temple, ‘04 Grad School: Villanova, ‘11 Coaching Experience 2009-11: Assistant Coach, Daytona State College

Hamilton is in her first season as an asssistant coach of the Lady Eagle basketball program. Hamilton was the first member of Stollings coaching staff to be hired after S spending the 2010-11 season as an assiss tant coach with Daytona State College. In t 2010-11, the Lady Falcons were Mid-Florida 2 Co-Conference Champions. The team C ranked as high as third in the state of Florida and a also posted the state’s best mark for points allowed at 56.7 per game. Hamilton, a stand-out player for Temple University, served as the recruiting coordinator t as well as the academic coordinator for Daytona State. She assisted in the development of three First Team All-Mid-Florida Conference players and two Second Team selections with one of the players being an All-State recipient during the 2010-11 season. Under her tutelage as academic coordinator, Mekiala Qualls became the first player in school history to win the Sandy Miller Academic Award. Under her direction of academics for the team, four players received Mid-Florida Conference Scholar Athlete Awards. Hamilton graduated cum laude from Temple University in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. During her time at Temple, Hamilton was a member of the women’s basketball team where she enjoyed an impressive career. In her career she started 48 games and led the team to two Philadelphia Big-5 Titles, two Atlantic-10 championships and two trips to the NCAA Tournament. Individually, Hamilton earned Atlantic-10 All-Tournament Team honors in 2004 while helping the Owls to the conference championship and its second NCAA Tournament appearance in three seasons. She was also named to the Big-5 All-Academic Team, and earned the Team StudentAthlete Academic Award in 2003 and 2004. Just this past semester, Hamilton earned a master’s degree in public administration from Villanova. In addition to her coaching duties, Hamilton was very involved in the community serving as the coordinator for community service for the Athletic Department’s “Com20

munity Leadership Committee”, which was to provide voluntary assistance to organizations in need of a helping hand and promote awareness of athletic involvement in the Daytona Beach community. Hamilton spent two years coaching girls’ basketball at Coatesville High School before taking the assistant position at Daytona State. In her first season, the team posted a 24-7 record and featured All-American guard Amber White, who just wrapped-up her collegiate career with the North Carolina State women’s basketball program. She also coached several women’s basketball recreational league teams in the Philadelphia area and ran two youth leagues, one in Coatesville, PA and the other in Phoenixville, PA. Prior to joining the staff at Daytona State, Hamilton used to conduct basketball camps and clinics with her brother Richard “Rip” Hamilton throughout the year at various locations across the country. Rip Hamilton is a three-time All-Star and World Champion (2004) with the Detroit Pistons of the NBA. He also led Connecticut men’s basketball team to a 1999 National Championship and was named the Most Outstanding Performer of the NCAA Final Four. “I am excited about bringing Coach Hamilton to our program,” said Stollings. “She is an experienced and relentless recruiter with an exceptional ability to interact with student-athletes. I expect her to have an immediate impact on our ability to attract top talent to Winthrop University.”


ASSISTANT COACH CHRISTIE ROGERS WASHINGTON COLLEGE, 2009

Education College: Washington College, ‘09 Grad School: Clemson, ‘11 Coaching Experience 2009-11: Graduate Assistant Coach, Clemson University 2009-11: Coaching Intern, Washington Mystics (WNBA)

Rogers is in her first season with The Lady Eagle staff after spending the last two sseasons at Clemson University as a graduate assistant, where she worked directly a with the recruiting coordinator and many w other aspects of the program. o While at Clemson, Rogers worked directly with the recruiting coordinator and d was partially responsible for all recruiting efw fforts. She aided in all on-campus official/unofficial recruiting visits as well as holding the o responsibility of being the video coordinator. Prior to Clemson, Rogers was a women’s basketball coaches intern for the w Washington Mystics of the WNBA where she assisted in individual workouts, planning of practices, keeping statistics, scouting opponents, game film breakdown, administrative tasks and many other coaching aspects. In the summer of 2006, Rogers was a varsity summer league coach for Archibishop Spalding High School where she was responsible for all aspects of coaching the girls’ basketball team. Her responsibilities included planning of practices, in-game coaching, and implementing game plans. She led the team to the Anne Arundel County summer league championship. Rogers’ playing experience began in 2005 at St. Mary’s College of Maryland and continued at Washington College after transferring prior to her sophomore season. She was a three-year captain for Washington College. During her time with Washington College the team finished third at the 2006 Lincoln University James A. Richardson Tip-off Tournament and captured2007 Saint Joseph College Tip-off Classic. In her first season at Washington College, Rogers was the starting point guard and helped the team to a seven win improvement from the season prior. Rogers’ experience expands into the summer camp counselor for Archbishop Spalding High School (2002-2007), St. Mary’s College of Maryland (2005), the United States Naval Academy (2006, 2007), Tim Legler Basketball Camp (2010) and 21

Lady Tiger Basketball Camp (2010). Rogers became the second member of the women’s basketball coaching staff under Stollings, who took over the Lady Eagle program this past April. “Coach Rogers is a first-rate addition to our program,” said Stollings. “Her ACC experience at Clemson University, knowledge of the game, passion and enthusiasm will be key assets in recruiting and developing our Lady Eagles. I am thrilled she is joining our Winthrop family.”


SUPPORT STAFF Cody Henry

Danielle Ribbons

Administrative Assistant

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Cody Henry, a native of Joes, CO, is in his first season with the Winthrop women’s basketball program. Henry comes to Winthrop after earning his Bachelor of Business in Banking and Finance, Managerial Finance and Real Estate from the University of Mississippi in May of 2010. After graduation, Henry served as the Community Assistant at Campus Creek Apartments in Oxford, MS while he worked with the women’s basketball team as a volunteer member of the men’s practice team. He also served as an intern for the Ole Miss Skybox where he managed suite attendants. Henry has also done volunteer work for the Oxford Lafayette Humane Society, Boy and Girls Club (Oxford, MS) and High Plains Elementary. Prior to his arrival at Ole Miss, Henry played basketball for Otero Junior College, located in La Junta, CO. He also graduated Magna Cum Laude from Otero in May of 2008 with an Associates Degree in Science. Henry earned Academic All-American and Academic All-Region honors in 2008. While at Ole Miss, Henry earned such honors as Gamma Beta Phi Honors Society, Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society as well as being named to the Chancellor’s Honor Roll and the Dean’s Honor Roll. As a prep player, Henry was named the Denver Post Player of the Year while leading his high school team to a state championship his senior season. Henry was selected the MVP of the state tournament. He was also named his high school Valedictorian.

Danielle Ribbons is in her second year as a full-time assistant athletic trainer. A native of Clinton, Maine, she will work with the women’s basketball and women’s golf programs. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of New England in 2008 and a master’s degree from Florida in 2010. While working toward her master’s degree, Ribbons served as the head athletic trainer for one year at Fort White High School and for one year at Santa Fe College. Her twin sister, Kristen, is also an athletic trainer at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, N.Y.

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New Era Begins For Lady Eagles For the first time in seven seasons, Winthrop will be led by a new coach as Marlene Stollings was hired in April of 2011 as the 13th head coach in Winthrop women’s basketball history and inherits a team with a mix of youth and experience that finished with a 13-18 record last season. Bud Childers hired in 2004 to rebuild a program that had never had a winnings season at the NCAA Division I level. Under Childers the program enjoyed its first ever 20-win season and postseason appearance. Now Stollings has been hired to lead the program to the next level: An NCAA Tournament appearance. One of the first things on Stollings list-to-do is establish a culture of standards for which the program will operate. She wants the program to operate in a first class manner in everything it does. “The one thing that we have been instilling with everything we do is to have a championship mentality.” Stollings was also brought in to to turn around an offense that ranked 317th nationally in 201011 and eventually make Winthrop a power program in the Big South Conference and beyond. Despite the offensive struggles from a season ago, Winthrop was strong defensively as it held opponets to 34.6 percent, which finished sixth best nationally. Opponents scored just 56.3 points per game. How does she plan to do that? By playing an up tempo style,

shooting the three, getting to the free throw line through aggressive play and forcing opponents to guard multiple looks. Stollings looks at the team being young in some key positions as a positive. “I like that we are young. Our youth provides us the luxury of training good habits and implementing a system for long term continuity.” Even though Stollings and her staff are implementing a new system and in their first year, she expects wins early and often. She is not ready to wait for the wins to come eventually. “I expect us to win. Winning is contagious and we want our

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region to catch the fever! I expect us to grow with every practice and with each game.” With the improvement of offense as the focus, Stollings said the team will still get after it defensively as the team will give multiple looks and mix up defenses to make it harder for opponents to prepare. The potential to win early is there as the team returns a talented group with the addition of three talented newcomers. “There’s a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and optimism with our team. They are hungry for success and want to be successful.” BACKCOURT This will be one of the strengths of the Eagles this season as the team returns four guards from a season ago and welcomes two newcomers that will only make the team better. Sophomore Dequesha McClanahan is the top returning player on the team, having led the team in scoring, assists and steals in her first season McClanahan, who enjoyed one of the most decorated freshman seasons in school history, earned Big South Conference Freshman of the Year honors as she averaged a teambest 12.5 points per game. McClanahan was the team’s starting point guard and logged over 1,000 minutes of action. She led the team in scoring 15 times and set a couple of freshman

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2011-12 Season Outlook records along the way. In her first ever road game, McClanahan poured in a career-high 26 points at Virginia Commonwealth. She scored 20 points in the second half alone. Another returning starter is junior Mary Hathaway, who averaged 5.7 points and 5.1 rebounds with 30 starts. Hathaway is a blue collar player that will dive for every ball and battle in the paint for rebounds. The 6-0 guard/forward out of Fort Wayne, IN struggled with her shot in 2010-11, but still managed to fight for points and finished with the fifth best average on the team. She set career-highs in points, rebounds, assists and steals. She also shot a career-best 70 percent from the foul line. Sophomore Tiffany Charles returns after being one of the key elements off the bench in 2010-11 as she averaged 3.9 points and 3.2 rebounds. Charles finished second on the team in steals with 53 and fell one rebound shy of 100. In addition to her defensive skills, Charles also has the ability to help on the offensive end. She scored a career-high 12 points in her first collegiate game against Belmont and had double-figures in two other games. Charles scored at least four points in 15 of the 30 games she played. Dee Gray is another returning player that saw significant time in 2010-11. The 5-8, sophomore guard out of Bellwood, IL, averaged 10.1 minutes per game with averages of 1.9 points and 0.8 rebounds. She had her best

Sophomore Dequesha McClanahan led Winthrop in scoring and assists in 2010-11 Championship Tournament MVP game against Longwood with a career-high eight points. Gray is a and helped her team to a NYC PSAL Division A City Championstrong player that will get into the paint, work hard for rebounds and ship. Taylor Calvert is also a newplay tough defense. comer with the ability to play a Stollings brought in junior colguard position. The 5-11 freshlege transfer Diana Choibekova, man from San Antonio, TX, who also known as Chobie, to help was an All-District, All-Region and offensively as another scoring All-State at Byron P. Steele II High threat. Choibekova averaged 10 points per game in helping Dayto- School. The Eagles also return Samiya na State College to a Mid-Florida Wright, who missed her freshman Conference Co-Championship season with a knee injury she and earned a Mid-Florida Consuffered at the start of preseason. ference State Team nomination. Wright is a 5-8 guard out of OsweChoibekova is originally from Manhattan, NY where she attend- go, IL where she finished as the second leading scorer in school ed Baruch College Campus High history at Oswego High School. School. She was a First Team All-City performer as a senior and As a senior she averaged 14.6 points and earned Second Team also finished the season shootAll-State honors by the AP and ing 86 percent from the foul line. Illinois Basketball Coaches AssoAs a senior she also earned NYC

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2011-12 Season Outlook ciation. She was also the Player of the Year in 2010 by the Aurora Beacon News and the MVP of the Southwest Prairie Conference. FRONT COURT There are only four players listed on the roster as a forward or center and two of them are returning starters in senior’s TaQuoia Hammick and Kaitlyn Rubino. Junior Katie Fitzgerald has some experience while the other forward is freshman Kelsey Corcoran. There are a couple of players listed as a combo guard/forward in Calvert and Hathaway. Hammick finished the 2010-11 season fourth on the team in scoring and first in rebounding. She averaged 6.6 points per game and 7.2 rebounds, but had some injuries midway through the year. She finished the last 16 games averaging 9.1 points and 8.9 rebounds while shooting 48 percent from the floor. She also averaged 1.2 blocks per game in that stretch. Hammick is a big body inside with a soft touch and the ability to have big rebounding games. In 201011 she had eight games with 10 rebounds or more. Hammick has improved every season and made big strides in the second half of last season so 2011-12 could be a big year. Rubino continued to make the most out of her opportunity as a walk-on two seasons ago as she finished third on the team in scoring at 6.7 points and also averaged 3.9 rebounds while shooting 49 percent from the floor. The 6-0 forward works hard on

the glass on both ends of the floor as she finished with 57 offensive rebounds and 57 defensive rebounds. Rubino scored in doublefigures in seven games and had a career-high against Southern Wesleyan while scoring a careerbest 15 points in a conference game in helping the Eagles defeat UNC Asheville on the road. Fitzgerald was set to play a bigger role as a sophomore with a strong preseason in 2010-11, but suffered a hand injury that she never fully recovered from. She saw action in 22 games off the bench and averaged just 6.3 minutes per game and 2.3 points. Her best performance came on Feb. 5, 2011 when she led the team with 11 points in a home

victory over Longwood. Fitzgerald is a good athlete with the ability to score inside and out. She finished the last season 3-for-8 from behind the arc. Corcoran comes to the Eagles after an impressive high school career where she was listed on ESPN’s Women’s Basketball Recruiting Prospects list when she signed in the fall. She graduated from The Miller School, where she transferred to prior to her senior year. As a junior she averaged 14 points and 11 rebounds at Skyline High School, where she was an Al-District and All-Area selection.

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2010-11 Season Statistics SEASON TOTALS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 13-18 5-11 8-7

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

##

Player

gp-gs

22 13 42 50 23 03 05 21 25 44 10

MCCLANAHAN, Dequ LYONS, Lacey RUBINO, Kaitlyn HAMMICK, TaQuoia HATHAWAY, Mary COX, Ashley CHARLES, Tiffany FITZGERALD, Katie GRAY, Dee JOHNSON, Chantel LAWRENCE, Allison Team Total.......... Opponents......

31-30 1038 33.5 125-391 31-28 974 31.4 81-260 29-22 701 24.2 82-167 30-22 692 23.1 88-190 31-30 911 29.4 55-188 29-16 587 20.2 59-162 31-2 606 19.5 38-147 22-0 138 6.3 21-48 21-2 213 10.1 12-52 31-3 282 9.1 14-33 16-0 58 3.6 0-8 31 31

min

HOME 6-10 2-6 4-4

.275 .317 .286 .000 .225 .292 .250 .375 .200 .000 .000

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

103-149 26-37 23-36 22-45 47-67 35-47 42-74 5-9 14-33 7-14 0-0

off

25 18 57 87 42 32 31 13 9 27 0 60 575-1646 .349 124-445 .279 324-511 .634 401 606-1687 .359 162-571 .284 389-590 .659 422

6200 6200

.320 33-120 .312 51-161 .491 6-21 .463 0-1 .293 20-89 .364 7-24 .259 3-12 .438 3-8 .231 1-5 .424 0-0 .000 0-4

AWAY 4-7 3-5 1-2

.691 .703 .639 .489 .701 .745 .568 .556 .424 .500 .000

Rebounds def tot

94 76 57 130 115 84 68 10 30 48 3 60 775 763

119 94 114 217 157 116 99 23 39 75 3 120 1176 1185

NEUTRAL 3-1 0-0 3-1 avg

pf dq

3.8 3.0 3.9 7.2 5.1 4.0 3.2 1.0 1.9 2.4 0.2

81 69 66 73 68 29 57 18 27 46 3

pts

avg

2 110 166 2 64 386 2 37 59 2 22 239 2 21 47 11 17 193 2 14 59 28 12 198 0 46 66 4 37 177 0 15 47 7 21 160 1 40 80 4 53 121 0 3 14 5 10 50 0 7 25 0 9 39 2 11 19 26 17 35 0 1 3 0 3 0 19 37.9 537 11 305 604 89 265 1598 38.2 461 8 355 544 115 295 1763

a

to blk stl

12.5 7.7 6.7 6.6 5.7 5.5 3.9 2.3 1.9 1.1 0.0 51.5 56.9

CONFERENCE TOTALS RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 5-11 5-11 0-0

##

Player

gp-gs

min

22 50 13 42 03 23 05 21 44 25 10

MCCLANAHAN, Dequ HAMMICK, TaQuoia LYONS, Lacey RUBINO, Kaitlyn COX, Ashley HATHAWAY, Mary CHARLES, Tiffany FITZGERALD, Katie JOHNSON, Chantel GRAY, Dee LAWRENCE, Allison Team Total.......... Opponents......

16-16 15-12 16-15 16-12 16-7 16-15 16-2 14-0 16-1 7-0 5-0

548 393 517 378 327 466 322 77 108 54 10

16 16

3200 3200

HOME 2-6 2-6 0-0

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

34.2 26.2 32.3 23.6 20.4 29.1 20.1 5.5 6.8 7.7 2.0

69-206 60-121 41-124 45-97 31-82 22-88 17-76 12-23 5-14 1-7 0-1

.335 15-56 .496 0-1 .331 23-70 .464 3-14 .378 4-12 .250 6-41 .224 2-8 .522 1-3 .357 0-0 .143 1-2 .000 0-0

303-839 .361 55-207 324-863 .375 83-271

.268 .000 .329 .214 .333 .146 .250 .333 .000 .500 .000

AWAY 3-5 3-5 0-0

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

48-65 9-23 10-12 12-17 22-28 30-39 16-26 2-4 5-10 1-6 0-0

Rebounds def tot

11 38 49 55 69 124 8 38 46 21 34 55 13 44 57 22 65 87 17 33 50 4 7 11 10 15 25 2 5 7 0 0 0 35 24 59 .266 155-230 .674 198 372 570 .306 214-314 .682 225 370 595

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.738 .391 .833 .706 .786 .769 .615 .500 .500 .167 .000

off

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0 avg

pf dq

3.1 8.3 2.9 3.4 3.6 5.4 3.1 0.8 1.6 1.0 0.0

48 38 36 33 18 34 30 11 18 6 1

35.6 273 37.2 216

2 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

a

to blk stl

58 10 17 16 5 23 22 1 5 1 1

0 22 1 6 4 1 0 1 13 0 0

75 30 26 29 27 33 38 9 7 6 0 10 8 159 290 2 179 254

pts

avg

201 129 115 105 88 80 52 27 15 4 0

12.6 8.6 7.2 6.6 5.5 5.0 3.3 1.9 0.9 0.6 0.0

48 114 816 64 146 945

51.0 59.1

28 6 8 9 10 17 23 4 6 2 1


2010-11 Game-By-Game TEAM STATISTICS Total Opponent

Date

Score

BELMONT NCATW at VCU DAVIDSON LUW at North Carolina Central at Virginia Tech SPST vs Maine vs Youngstown State SOUTHERN WESLEYAN CS CHARLESTON SOUTHER GARDNER-WEBB RADFORD PC at UNC Asheville at High Point LIBERTY COASTAL CAROLINA LW at Coastal Carolina at Liberty at Presbyterian College at Radford HPU UNC ASHEVILLE at Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern

11-12-10 11-14-10 11/17/10 11-22-10 11-27-10 12/02/10 12/05/10 12-12-10 12/20/10 12/21/10 12-28-10 12-30-10 1-8-11 1-11-11 1-15-11 1-17-11 01-22-11 01-24-11 1-29-11 1-31-10 2-5-11 2/12/11 02-14-11 2-19-11 2/21/11 2-26-11 2-28-11 3/4/11 3/7/11

50-59 56-81 49-59 49-41 40-70 62-60 48-53 16-53 54-51 50-46 93-46 58-56 75-53 42-45 65-55 40-55 71-64 49-64 33-70 29-48 54-46 64-48 38-72 56-47 47-69 45-57 61-66 46-62 55-70

fg-fga L L L W L W L L W W W W W L W L W L L L W W L W L L L L L

15-49 18-50 14-48 17-63 17-62 23-69 16-46 6-51 21-54 18-45 36-65 19-58 30-54 15-52 23-53 14-50 24-51 20-53 14-51 12-60 19-48 23-49 14-53 21-43 19-47 18-61 23-73 15-49 18-40

3-Pointers pct 3fg-fga

.306 .360 .292 .270 .274 .333 .348 .118 .389 .400 .554 .328 .556 .288 .434 .280 .471 .377 .275 .200 .396 .469 .264 .488 .404 .295 .315 .306 .450

7-22 6-10 3-9 3-17 0-12 8-18 4-13 1-15 4-19 9-16 9-22 5-19 4-14 6-15 3-10 2-17 4-13 2-11 1-8 1-16 4-18 1-6 5-19 2-7 5-12 2-7 5-22 6-18 6-12

Free throws

Rebounds

pct

ft-fta

pct

off

def

tot

avg

pf

.318 .600 .333 .176 .000 .444 .308 .067 .211 .563 .409 .263 .286 .400 .300 .118 .308 .182 .125 .063 .222 .167 .263 .286 .417 .286 .227 .333 .500

13-23 14-26 18-23 12-19 6-10 8-22 12-14 3-9 8-12 5-7 12-26 15-18 11-16 6-9 16-21 10-14 19-29 7-16 4-10 4-6 12-27 17-26 5-6 12-21 4-7 7-8 10-13 10-11 13-17

.565 .538 .783 .632 .600 .364 .857 .333 .667 .714 .462 .833 .688 .667 .762 .714 .655 .438 .400 .667 .444 .654 .833 .571 .571 .875 .769 .909 .765

8 12 9 22 17 19 4 15 16 7 19 16 7 14 11 11 14 16 15 13 15 11 12 10 8 18 14 12 12

29 33 23 22 25 28 25 23 23 28 31 19 24 24 29 26 24 26 12 23 31 26 20 22 26 28 28 15 19

37 45 32 44 42 47 29 38 39 35 50 35 31 38 40 37 38 42 27 36 46 37 32 32 34 46 42 27 31

37.0 41.0 38.0 39.5 40.0 41.2 39.4 39.2 39.2 38.8 39.8 39.4 38.8 38.7 38.8 38.7 38.6 38.8 38.2 38.1 38.5 38.4 38.1 37.9 37.7 38.0 38.2 37.8 37.6

21 16 17 15 17 26 18 19 17 17 16 13 21 13 18 13 18 19 19 17 20 18 19 19 17 15 20 11 16

a t/o blk stl

8 13 6 9 5 10 10 3 13 12 22 6 20 10 11 3 12 8 9 5 11 11 10 7 13 6 13 9 12

16 28 21 13 24 24 22 24 26 21 17 17 17 19 16 14 20 18 22 12 23 16 22 14 22 20 14 16 28

2 3 2 0 1 2 4 1 2 6 9 1 4 4 4 6 3 1 2 2 3 1 1 2 3 3 6 4 2

9 5 13 14 6 22 10 11 10 6 15 9 9 6 6 7 9 10 11 7 7 10 9 3 3 5 7 4 8

pts

avg

50 56 49 49 40 62 48 16 54 50 93 58 75 42 65 40 71 49 33 29 54 64 38 56 47 45 61 46 55

50.0 53.0 51.7 51.0 48.8 51.0 50.6 46.2 47.1 47.4 51.5 52.1 53.8 53.0 53.8 52.9 54.0 53.7 52.6 51.5 51.6 52.1 51.5 51.7 51.5 51.3 51.6 51.4 51.6

WINTHROP

1495

542-1547

.350 118-417

.283 293-466

.629

377

712 1089 37.6 505 287 566

Opponents

1666

570-1574

.362 153-532

.288 373-562

.664

400

715 1115 38.4 425 337 513 108 276 1666 57.4

Score By Periods Winthrop Opponents

1st 730 837

2nd 868 926

OT 0 0

Total 1598 1763

Dequesha McClanahan led the team in scoring, assists and steals in 2010-11. The 2010-11 Big South Freshman of the Year led the team in scoring 15 times.

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84 251 1495 51.6


Meet The 2011-12 Lady Eagles

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Meet The 2011-12 Lady Eagles

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TIFFANY CHARLES SOPHOMORE  5-7  G Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS • Came off the bench in first collegiate game to score career-high 12 points with three steals, three rebounds and two assists vs. Belmont in season opener • Scored in double-figures three times • Played in all 31 games and scored in all but four games • Grabbed at least three rebounds in 17 games • Finished second on the team in free throw attempts • Recorded 53 steals, which ranked 8th in the Big South at 1.7 per game • The 53 steals is the 10th best performance by a Winthrop freshman in a single season • Scored in double-figures three times • Played in all 31 games and scored in all but four • Recorded career-best five steals against Davidson (11-22-10) and at North Carolina Central (12-2-10) • Grabbed career-high eight re-

Miami, FL Monsignor Pace 31 2 1

bounds vs. Davidson (11-22-10) • Finished third on the team with 40 assists • Led team in steals 15 times

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PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Named All-State Second Team in 2010 • Was a two-year captain and 2009, 2010 First Team All-Dade County selection • Averaged 17.5 points, 5.3


rebounds, 4.5 steals, and 3.2 assists per game as a senior and became a member of the 1,000 point club

Cynthia Charles • Is seeking a degree in Exercise Science

PERSONAL • Born August 29, 1992 • Is the daughter Ernard and

**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: PTS: 12, vs. Belmont, Nov. 12, 2010 FGM: 4, two times FGA: 9, two times FTM: 6, vs. Belmont, Nov. 12, 2010 FTA: 9, vs. Belmont, Nov. 12, 2010 3FGM: 1, three times 3FGA: 2, vs. Belmont, Nov. 12, 2010 REB: 8, vs. Davidson, Nov. 22, 2010 AST: 4, at Radford, Feb. 21, 2011 STL: 5, two times BLK: 1, four times MIN: 28, two times BIG SOUTH: PTS: 11, vs. Presbyterian College, Jan. 15, 2011 FGM: 4, vs. Presbyterian College, Jan. 15, 2011 FGA: 8, vs. Liberty, Jan. 29, 2011 FTM: 3, at Coastal Carolina, Feb. 12, 2011 FTA: 5, at Coastal Carolina, Feb. 12, 2011 3FGM: 1, two times 3FGA: 1, four times REB: 6, two times AST: 4, at Radford, Feb. 21, 2011 STL: 4, at Coastal Carolina, Feb. 12, 2011 BLK: n/a MIN: 28, two times

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2010-11

GP-GS 31-2

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 606 38-147 .259 42-74 .568

3FGM-3FGA 3-12

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PCT. .250

REB AVG 99 3.2

PF-D A 57-1 40

TO 80

BK 4

ST 53

PTS 121

AVG. 3.9


KATIE FITZGERALD JUNIOR  6-1  F Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS • • Suffered hand injury that caused her to miss a month to start the season • Led team in scoring with • career-high 11 points in win over Longwood (2-5-11) • Connected on career-high two three-pointers against Longwood (2-5-11) • Saw action in 22 games off the bench • Tied career-best two blocks against Southern Wesleyan (12-28-10) • Pulled down season-high five rebounds against Southern Wesleyan (12-28-10) and Longwood (2-5-11) • Tied career-high for steals in a season with 10 • Averaged 6.3 minutes per game • Played season-high 17 minutes at Coastal Carolina (2-12-11) • Scored in 12-of-22 games played

Kingsland, GA Camden County 43 3 2

Scored season-high nine points in win over North Carolina Central (2-9-10) Pulled down career-best nine rebounds in win over Augusta State (12-12-09)

FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS • Played in 21 games with three starts

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• Set career-high in steals three different times with two • Played career-high 23 minutes against Virginia Commonwealth


PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Was a four-year letterman in high school • Named All-Region and First Team All-Area • Averaged 13.7 points, 11.2 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game as a junior • Named Defensive Player of the Year in high school

PERSONAL • Born May 26, 1991 in Atlanta, GA • Is the daughter Tim and Cindy Fitzgerald • Is seeking a degree in Athletic Training

**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: P: 11, vs. Longwood, Feb. 5, 2011 FGM: 4, two times FGA: 10, vs. N.C. Central, Feb. 9, 2010 FTM: 2, vs. Va. Commonwealth, Dec. 15, 2009 FTA: 2, two times 3FGM: 2, vs. Longwood, Feb. 5, 2011 3FGA: 2, three times REB: 9, vs. Augusta State, Dec. 12, 2009 AST: 2, vs. Augusta State, Dec. 12, 2009 STL: 2, three times BLK: 2, two times MIN: 23, vs. Va. Commonwealth, Dec. 15, 2009 BIG SOUTH GAMES: PTS: 8, vs. Radford, Feb. 13, 2010 FGM: 3, vs. Liberty, Jan. 29, 2011 FGA: 7, two times FTM: 2, three times FTA: 3, at Liberty, Jan. 9, 2010 3FGM: 1, at Radford, Feb. 21, 2011 3FGA: 1, two times REB: 4, three times AST: 1, four times STL: 2, two times BLK: 1, at Coastal Carolina, Feb. 12, 2011 MIN: 17, two times

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP-GS 21-3 22-0 43-3

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 177 23-66 .348 8-11 .727 138 21-48 .438 5-9 .556 315 44-114 .389 13-20 .650

3FGM-3FGA 3-8 3-8 6-16

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PCT. .375 .375 .400

REB AVG 45 2.1 23 1.0 68 1.7

PF-D A 10-0 7 18-0 3 29-0 10

TO 20 14 34

BK 2 5 7

ST 10 10 20

PTS 57 50 107

AVG. 2.7 2.3 2.6


DEQUESHA MCLANAHAN SOPHOMORE  5-8  G Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

Oak Ridge, TN Oak Ridge 31 30 1

FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS Wesleyan (12-28-10) • Named the 2010-11 Big South • Led team in scoring 15 times Conference Freshman of the • Connected on a careerYear best four three-pointers vs. • Selected Big South Conference Youngstown State (12-21-10) Freshman of the Week a school • Scored at least two points in record six times all but two games • Led team in scoring and finished 10th in the Big South • Led team in assists with 110 and her 3.5 average ranked third in the Big South • Scored 20 or more points four times • Scored double-figures in 18 games • Scored career-high 26 points in third collegiate game at Virginia Commonwealth (11-17-10) and later tied it with 26 at UNC Asheville (1-22-11) • Dished out five or more assists in nine games • Picked up three or more steals in 11 games • Set career-high in steals in a single game with eight at VCU (11-17-10) • Finished 10-for-10 from the foul line at VCU (11-17-10) • Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds vs. Southern

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• Set Winthrop freshman records for games played, games started and minutes played PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Named to 2010 Tennessee Sports Writers Group AAA


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All-State First Team Led high school team as a senior with 15.4 points per game Named regular season MVP of the district Selected to All-District and All-Region Tournament Teams Scored over 1,000 points in high school career

• Participated in Basketball Coach Association of Tennessee All-Star Game PERSONAL • Born Oct. 30, 1991 in Oak Ridge, TN • Is the daughter June McClanahan • Is seeking a degree in Biology

**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: PTS: 26, two times FGM: 9, at Asheville, Jan. 22, 2011 FGA: 20, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 FTM: 10, at Va. Commonwealth, Nov. 17, 2010 FTA: 11, vs. #2 Radford, Mar. 11, 2011 3FGM: 3, two times 3FGA: 8, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 REB: 7, vs. Sou. Wesleyan, Dec. 28, 2010 AST: 9, vs. N. Carolina A&T, Nov. 14, 2010 STL: 8, at Va. Commonwealth, Nov. 17, 2010 BLK: 1 at N.C. Central, Dec. 2, 2010 MIN: 39, two times BIG SOUTH GAMES: PTS: 26, at UNC Asheville, Jan. 22, 2011 FGM: 9, at UNC Asheville, Jan. 22, 2011 FGA: 20, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 FTM: 8, vs. Radford, Jan. 15, 2011 FTA: 8, two times 3FGM: 3, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 3FGA: 8, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 REB: 6, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 AST: 8, at UNC Asheville, Jan. 22, 2011 STL: 3, five times BLK: n/a MIN: 39, vs. Gardner-Webb, Jan. 11, 2011

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2010-11

GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 31-30 1,038 125-391 .320 103-149 .691

3FGM-3FGA 33-120

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PCT. .275

REB AVG 119 3.8

PF-D A TO 81-2 110 166

BK 2

ST 64

PTS 386

AVG. 12.5


MARY HATHAWAY JUNIOR  6-0  G/F Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS • Played in 31 games and tied for most starts with 30 • Set career-highs in minutes played, rebounds, assists, steals • and points • Scored at least two points in 28 of 31 games played • Recorded four double-figure rebounding games with a careerhigh 13 boards against Coastal Carolina (1-31-11) • Had career-best four assists at Liberty (2-14-11) • Scored career-high 16 points at North Carolina Central (12-2-10) • Recorded first career-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds vs. Southern Wesleyan (12-28-10) • Made career-high six field goals at North Carolina Central (12-2-10)

Fort Wayne, IN Bishop Luers 60 48 2

and pulled down seven rebounds against USC Aiken on Dec. 5, 2009 as she was 3-for-3 from beyond the arc Scored 12 points and had four rebounds to help Lady Eagles knock off High Point,

FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS • Played in 29 games with 18 starts • Named Big South Conference Freshman of the Week on Dec. 8, 2009 • Scored a season-high 13 points

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Feb. 27, 2010 • One of best defensive players as a freshman and finished third on the team with 21 steals • Recorded career-high two blocks in first collegiate game at Georgia Tech on Nov. 13, 2009


Conference in soccer and basketball in 2009

in Preseason WNIT opener • Scored in 21 of 28 games played PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Lettered four years in basketball and soccer • Member of the 2005 and 2006 3A State Champions • Selected First Team All-

PERSONAL • Born November 10, 1990 in Fort Wayne, IN • Is the daughter of Ronald and Mary Hathaway • Is seeking a degree in Sport Management

**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: PTS: 16, at N.C. Central, Dec. 2, 2010 FGM: 6, at N.C. Central, Dec. 2, 2010 FGA: 15, at N.C. Central, Dec. 2, 2010 FTM: 6, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 FTA: 10, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 3FGM: 3, three times 3FGA: 7, at N.C. Central, Dec. 2, 2010 REB: 13, vs. Coastal Carolina, Jan. 31, 2011 AST: 8, vs. Southern Wesleyan, Dec. 28, 2010 STL: 3, three times BLK: 2, two times MIN: 38, vs. Coastal Carolina, Jan. 31, 2011 BIG SOUTH GAMES: PTS: 12, vs. High Point, Feb. 27, 2010 FGM: 3, three times FGA: 9, vs. Liberty, Jan. 29, 2011 FTM: 6, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 FTA: 10, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 3FGM: 2, three times 3FGA: 5, two times REB: 13, vs. Coastal Carolina, Jan. 31, 2011 AST: 4, at Liberty, Feb. 14, 2011 STL: 3, two times BLK: 1, three times MIN: 38, vs. Coastal Carolina, Jan. 31, 2011

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. 29-18 547 33-112 .295 26-40 .650 31-30 911 55-188 .293 47-67 .701 60-48 1,396 86-294 .293 73-106 .689

3FGM-3FGA 14-56 20-89 33-142

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PCT. .250 .225 .232

REB AVG 62 2.1 157 5.1 211 3.6

PF-D A TO 38-0 30 46 68-0 46 66 104-0 76 107

BK 6 4 9

ST 21 37 55

PTS 106 177 278

AVG. 3.7 5.7 4.8


DEE GRAY SOPHOMORE  5-8  G/F Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS • • Played in 21 games with two starts • Made first collegiate appearance vs. Belmont (11-12-10) and first • collegiate start at Virginia Tech (12-5-10) • Scored a career-best eight points vs. Lander (11-27-10) • Pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against North Carolina A&T (11-14-10) • Took a career-high seven field goal attempts at North Carolina Central (12-2-10) • Played a career-high 22 minutes at Virginia Commonwealth (11-17-10) • Attempted a career-high seven free throws at VCU (11-17-10) • Had a career-high five steals at North Carolina Central (12-2-10) • Dished out career-high two assists at Virginia Tech (12-5-10)

Bellwood, IL St. Joseph 21 2 1

Finished high school career as the school’s all-time leading scorer with over 1,200 points Over the final two seasons of high school, Gray was named All-Tournament in every

PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Selected All-State in 2010 • Averaged 11.3 points and 8.8 rebounds per game as a senior playing as a forward

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tournament she participated in August 29, 1992 PERSONAL • Born Feb. 20, 1992 in Chicago, IL • Is seeking a degree Psychology


**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: PTS: 8, vs. Lander, Nov. 27, 2010 FGM: 3, two times FGA: 7, at North Carolina Central, Dec. 2, 2010 FTM: 3, three times FTA: 7, at Virginia Commonwealth, Nov. 17, 2010 3FGM: 1, at Gardner-Webb, Mar. 4, 2011 3FGA: 2, vs. Southern Wesleyan, Dec. 28, 2010 REB: 7, vs. North Carolina A&T, Nov. 14, 2010 AST: 2, at Virginia Tech, Dec. 5, 2010 STL: 5, at N.C. Central, Dec. 2, 2010 BLK: n/a MIN: 22, Virginia Commonwealth, Nov. 17, 2010 BIG SOUTH GAMES: PTS: 3, at Gardner-Webb, Mar. 4, 2011 FGM: 1, at Gardner-Webb, Mar. 4, 2011 FGA: 3, at Gardner-Webb, Mar. 4, 2011 FTM: 1, vs. Liberty, Jan. 29, 2011 FTA: 3, vs. Liberty, Jan. 29, 2011 3FGM: 1, at Gardner-Webb, Mar. 4, 2011 3FGA: 1, at Gardner-Webb, Mar. 4, 2011 REB: 3, at Charleston Southern, Mar. 7, 2011 AST: 4, 1, at Charleston Southern, Mar. 7, 2011 STL: 1, two times BLK: n/a MIN: 18, vs. Liberty, Jan. 29, 2011

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2010-11

GP-GS 21-2

MIN 213

FGM-FGA 12-52

PCT. .231

FTM-FTA PCT. 14-33 .424

3FGM-3FGA 1-5

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PCT. .200

REB 39

AVG 1.9

PF-D 27-0

A 7

TO 25

BK 0

ST 9

PTS 39

AVG. 1.9


KAITLYN RUBINO SENIOR  6-0  F Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS • Played in 29 games with 22 starts and played through injury • for a couple of weeks • Shot a team-best 49 percent from the floor while averaging a • career-high 6.7 points per game • Scored a career-high 16 points vs. Southern Wesleyan (12-28-10) • Pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds at North Carolina Central (12-2-10) and vs. Gardner-Webb (3-12-11) • Blocked a career-best four shots vs. UNC Asheville (2-28-11) • Had nine games in which she shot 50 percent or more with at least three field goals • Had best shooting day vs. Southern Wesleyan as she was 8-for-9 from the field

Mt. Pleasant, SC Wando 56 35 2

a starter for the final 13 games of the season Averaged 6.2 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game as a starter Scored in double-figures four times and scored a

SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS • After not playing sports in her first year of college, made the team as a walk-on as a freshman (Sophomore academically) • Played in 27 games and became

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season-high 12 points in first collegiate start with 12 points at Longwood, Jan. 26, 2010 • Pulled down a season-best nine rebounds at Charleston Southern on March 8, 2010


PERSONAL • Born January 12, 1990 in New York, NY • Is the daughter of Joseph and Ellen Rubino • Is seeking a degree in Elementary Education

PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Was a well-rounded athlete in high school as she lettered in basketball, soccer, volleyball and track & field • Selected as a Wendy’s Heisman Female Athlete of the Year • Named All-Region in Class 4A Basketball

**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: PTS: 16, vs. Southern Wesleyan, Dec. 28, 2010 FGM: 8, vs. Southern Wesleyan, Dec. 28, 2010 FGA: 11, vs. Charleston Southern, Feb. 1, 2010 FTM: 3, three times FTA: 5, vs. North Carolina A&T, Nov. 14, 2010 3FGM: 2, vs. Colorado State, Dec. 30, 2010 3FGA: 3, two times REB: 11, two times AST: 3, three times STL: 3, two times BLK: 4, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 MIN: 36, at Longwood, Jan. 28, 2011 BIG SOUTH GAMES: PTS: 15, at UNC Asheville, Jan. 22, 2011 FGM: 6, at UNC Asheville, Jan. 22, 2011 FGA: 14, vs. Gardner-Webb, Jan. 11, 2011 FTM: 3, two times FTA: 4, three times 3FGM: 1, four times 3FGA: 3, two times REB: 9, vs. Radford, Jan. 15, 2011 AST: 3, two times STL: 3, two times BLK: 4, vs. UNC Asheville, Feb. 28, 2011 MIN: 34, vs. Gardner-Webb, Jan. 11, 2011

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA 27-13 479 45-108 29-22 701 82-167 56-35 1,180 127-275

PCT. .417 .491 .462

FTM-FTA PCT. 12-21 .571 23-36 .639 35-57 .614

3FGM-3FGA 3-15 6-21 9-36

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PCT. .200 .286 .250

REB 88 114 202

AVG 3.3 3.9 3.7

PF-D A 41-0 16 66-2 21 107-2 37

TO 49 47 96

BK 8 11 19

ST 19 17 36

PTS 105 193 298

AVG. 3.9 6.7 5.3


TAQUOIA HAMMICK SENIOR  6-3  C Hometown: High School: Games Played: Games Started: Years Lettered:

Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis South 80 42 3

JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS blocks at North Carolina State • Averaged career-highs in points on Dec. 19, 2009 and did (6.6) and rebounds (7.2) it again on March 8, 2010 at • Recorded four double-doubles, Charleston Southern including back-to-back to end the 2011 season FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS • Started 22 games with 30 • Made her first collegiate start appearances in the season opener against • Blocked three shots in three different games • Scored a season-high 15 points at Charleston Southern (3-7-11) • Led team in rebounding 15 times • Finished 2010-11 season with three double-doubles in last five games • Recorded three blocks in three games • Ranked ninth in the Big South in blocks per game (0.9) SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS • Started 19 of the 29 games played and was third on the team in scoring at 5.0 points per game • Scored a career-high 16 points in preseason WNIT game against Chicago State on Nov. 21, 2009 • Recorded career-best 15 rebounds at High Point on Jan. 16, 2010 • Pulled down double-figure rebounds in six games • Blocked a career-high four

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Davidson and recorded a block and two rebounds • Played a career-high 20 minutes against Newberry on Nov. 22, 2008 while recording eight rebounds and two blocks • Scored a career-high five


• Was a member of the NC Heat AAU squad that was state champions 2004-07 • Helped team to back-toback second place finishes at the Minnesota State Championship • Named All-Conference in her final two seasons at South and was also an All-Conference performer in volleyball

points at Georgia State on Jan. 27, 2009 PREP HIGHLIGHTS • Averaged 8.0 points, 8.5 rebounds, 2.5 blocks and 1.3 steals per game in high school career (2-year starter) • Finished high school career as the all-time leader in blocked shots

PERSONAL • Born March 14, 1990 in Minneapolis, MN • Is the daughter of Patrice Peeler • Is seeking a degree in Psychology

**CAREER HIGHS** ALL GAMES: PTS: 16, two times FGM: 8, two times FGA: 14, at Presbyterian College, Feb. 19, 2011 FTM: 6, at High Point, Jan. 26, 2010 FTA: 13, at High Point, Jan. 26, 2010 3FGM: n/a 3FGA: 1, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 REB: 15, at High Point, Jan. 16, 2010 AST: 2, three times STL: 3, vs. USC Aiken, Dec. 5, 2009 BLK: 4, at North Carolina State, Dec. 19, 2009 MIN: 35, at Virginia Commonwealth, Nov. 17, 2010 BIG SOUTH GAMES: PTS: 16, at Presbyterian College, Feb. 19, 2011 FGM: 8, at Presbyterian College, Feb. 19, 2011 FGA: 14, at Presbyterian College, Feb. 19, 2011 FTM: 6, at High Point, Jan. 26, 2010 FTA: 13, two times 3FGM: n/a 3FGA: 1, at High Point, Jan. 24, 2011 REB: 15, at High Point, Jan. 16, 2010 AST: 2, two times STL: 2, two times BLK: 3, three times MIN: 34, two times

CAREER STATS (YEAR-BY-YEAR) YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA 21-1 122 3-13 29-19 552 64-137 30-22 692 88-190 80-42 1,366 153-340

PCT. .231 .467 .463 .450

FTM-FTA PCT. 8-12 .667 16-40 .400 22-45 .489 46-97 .474

3FGM-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

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PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000

REB 25 171 217 413

AVG 1.2 5.9 7.2 5.2

PF-D A TO 23-1 2 10 74-1 1 49 73-2 14 59 170-4 17 118

BK 7 25 28 60

ST 2 17 12 31

PTS 14 144 198 356

AVG. 0.7 5.0 6.6 4.5


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5-11, Guard, Junior New York, NY (Daytona State College)

Prior to Winthrop: • Member of the 2010-11 Mid-Florida Conference CoChampionship Team • Named the 2010-11 Most Valuable Player at Daytona State College • Averaged 10 points, four rebounds, and shot 71 percent from the foul line last season for Daytona State College • Named to 2010-11 Mid-Florida Conference First Team Personal: • Born October 9, 1991 • Is the daughter Lazavo Kesada and Gulnara Kesada • Is seeking a degree in Business

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5-11, Guard, Freshman Schertz, TX (Byron P. Steele II)

Prior to Winthrop: • Named to Second Team All-State in 2007 and 2008 • Named All-Region in 2010 and 2011 • Named Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011 • Averaged 13.5 points, 7.9 rebounds, 2.9 steals and 2.2 assists as a senior Personal: • Born November 3, 1992 in San Antonio, TX • Is the daughter Tim and April Calvert • Is seeking a degree in Political Science

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5-8, Guard, R-Freshman Oswego, IL (Oswego H.S.)

*Missed 2010-11 With Injury Prior to Winthrop: • Finished Oswego High School as the second leading scorer in the history of the program • Averaged 14.6 points as a senior and earned Second Team All-State honors by the AP and Illinois Basketball Coaches Association • Named Southwest Prairie Conference MVP, Watler Payton Roundhouse Player of the Year and Aurora Beacon News Area Player of the Year in 2010 Personal: • Born September 10, 1991 in • Is the daughter Sam and Petrese Wright • Is seeking a degree in Finance

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6-3, Forward, Freshman Charlottesville, VA (The Miller School)

Prior to Winthrop: • Named the VISAA D3 State Tournament MVP in 2011 • Was a McDonald’s All-American Nominee • Was an All-District selection in 2008-09 and 2009-10 • Averaged a double-double as a junior in high school with 14 points and 11 rebounds • Scored over 1,000 points in high school career Personal: • Born July 4, 1992 in Alexanderia, VA • Is the daughter Greg and Lynn Corcoran • Is seeking a degree in Psychology

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What else does a team need other than--Hard Work, Determination, Personal Sacrifice, Motivation, Skills, Persistence, Perseverence and Dedication???? A men’s practice team to help them achieve their goals, push harder, and be successful!!! **Meet The 2011-12 Men’s Practice Squad**

2011-12 Men’s Practice Team: Front Row, from left: Ray Singleton, Will Plyler; Back Row, from left: Blake Taylor, Chris Lesense, Clifton Harrington, Tony Scott, Jared Williams, Zach Randall; Not Pictured: Stephen Adams

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2009 WNIT APPEARANCE Ashley Fann vs. Georgetown in the WNIT

The Lady Eagles, who finished with a 16-win season, qualified for their first ever postseason appearance since transitioning to the NCAA Division I level as they traveled to Washington D.C. to take on Georgetown in the opening round.

The team was fortunate enough to visit with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham on its trip to Washington D.C. before playing Georgetown in the first round of the postseason WNIT. 47


2010-11 Superlatives INDIVIDUAL BESTS MOST POINTS 26, Dequesha McClanahan, at UNC Asheville, 1-22-11 and at VCU, 11-17-10 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 9, Dequesha McClanahan, at UNC Asheville, 1-22-11 BEST FG PCT. .889 (8-9), Kaitlyn Rubino, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 MOST 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 7, Lacey Lyons, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 MOST FREE THROWS MADE 10, Dequesha McClanahan, at VCU, 11-17-10 BEST FREE THROW PCT. 1.000 (10-10), Dequesha McClanahan at VCU, 11-17-10 MOST REBOUNDS 13, TaQuoia Hammick, at Radford, 2-21-11 and Mary Hathaway, vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-31-10 MOST ASSISTS 9, Dequesha McClanahan, vs. North Carolina A&T, 11-14-10 MOST STEALS 8, Dequesha McClanahan, at VCU, 11-17-10 MOST BLOCKS 4, Chantel Johnson, at Gardner-Webb, 3-4-11 and Kaitlyn Rubino, vs. UNC Asheville, 2-28-11 LADY EAGLES TEAM HIGHS MOST POINTS 93, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 MOST FG’S MADE 36, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 BEST FG PCT .556 (30-54), vs. Charleston Southern, 12-28-10

PLAYER

POINTS

MOST 3-PT FG MADE 9, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-11 and vs. Youngstown State, 12-21-10 MOST FREE THROWS MADE 21, vs. Radford, 3-11-11 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 31, vs. Radford, 3-11-11 BEST FT PCT. .909 (10-11), at Gardner-Webb, 3-4-11 MOST REBOUNDS 50, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 MOST ASSISTS 22, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 MOST PERSONAL FOULS 26, at North Carolina Central, 12-2-10 MOST STEALS 22, at North Carolina Central, 12-2-10 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 9, vs. Southern Wesleyan, 12-28-10 OPPONENT TEAM LOWS FEWEST POINTS 38, Radford, 3-11-11 FEWEST POINTS IN A HALF 12, Youngstown State, 12-21-10 FEWEST POINTS FIRST HALF 19, Virginia Tech, 12-5-10 and Maine, 12-20-10 FEWEST POINTS SECOND HALF 12, Youngstown State, 12-21-10 FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE 13, Davidson, 11-22-10 FEWEST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 44, Davidson, 11-22-10 and North Carolina Central, 12-2-10 LOWEST FG PERCENTAGE .217, Radford, 3-11-11 FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 5, Presbyterian College, 1-17-11

DATE

OPPONENT

REBOUNDS

FEWEST REBOUNDS 28, Maine, 12-20-10 FEWEST ASSISTS 5, Longwood, 2-5-11 OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS MOST POINTS 81, North Carolina A&T, 11-14-10 MOST POINTS IN A HALF 54, North Carolina A&T, 11-14-10 MOST POINTS IN FIRST HALF 43, Lander, 11-27-10 MOST POINTS IN SECOND HALF 54, North Carolina A&T, 11-14-10 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 30, North Carolina A&T, 11-14-10 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 77, North Carolina A&T, 11-14-10 BEST FG PCT. .543, (25-46), Liberty, 1-29-11 MOST 3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE 11, Colorado State, 12-30-10 MOST FREE THROWS MADE 25, North Carolina Central, 12-2-10 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 36, North Carolina Central, 12-2-10 MOST REBOUNDS 50, Southern Poly Tech, 12-12-10 MOST ASSISTS 18, Gardner-Webb, 3-4-11 and Lander, 11-27-10 MOST PERSONAL FOULS IN A GAME 25, Radford, 3-11-11

DATE

OPPONENT

Ashley Cox

16

2-12-11

at Coastal Carolina

10

1-17-11

Presbyterian College

Tiffany Charles

12

11-12-10

Belmont

8

11-22-10

Davidson

Allison Lawrence

n/a

n/a

n/a

1

three times

three times

Lacey Lyons

24

12-28-10

Southern Wesleyan

7

3-11-11

Radford

Katie Fitzgerald

11

2-5-11

Longwood

5

two times

two times

Dequesha McClanahan

26

two times

VCU/at UNC Asheville

7

12-28-10

Southern Wesleyan

Mary Hathaway

16

12-2-10

at North Carolina Central

13

1-31-11

at Coastal Carolina

Dee Gray

8

11-27-10

Lander

7

11-14-10

North Carolina A&T

Kaitlyn Rubino

16

12-28-10

Southern Wesleyan

11

two times

N.C. Central/Gardner-Webb

Chantel Johnson

4

12-20-10

Maine

6

two times

two times

TaQuoia Hammick

16

2-19-11

at Presbyterian College

13

2-21-11

at Radford

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History Of Lady Eagle Basketball

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Team Records LADY EAGLE TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS Game: 136 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 2492 in 1983-84 FEWEST POINTS Game: 16 vs. Southern Poly, 12-12-10 Season: 1487 in 1993-94 MOST FG MADE Game: 64 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 1009 in 1983-84 MOST FG ATTEMPTED Game: 105 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 2189 in 1983-84 BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Game: .688 vs. Newberry, 2-4-84 Season: .466 in 1988-89 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 27, vs. Charleston Southern, 2-25-06 Season: 562 in 2006-07 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 13, vs. Liberty, 1-19-02

Year 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 TOTAL

Home 7-1 7-1 6-2 9-3 11-2 9-2 3-6 11-3 4-5 11-2 8-7 8-5 10-7 7-7 10-5 9-5 10-3 4-6 8-5 6-5 2-11 2-11 3-11 4-8 3-8 4-9 7-6 7-5 5-8 7-6 6-7 7-6 6-9 7-6 5-8 1-10 9-6 2-10 10-4 9-6 10-3 6-10 266-238 (.528)

Season: 165 in 2006-07 MOST FREE THROW MADE: Game: 41 vs. Furman, 12-2-89 Season: 474 in 1983-84 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED: Game: 61 vs. Furman, 12-2-89 Season: 697 in 1983-84 HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: Game: 1.000 vs. Coastal Carolina, 3-2-00, at Coastal Carolina, 2-23-00 Season: .729 in 2000-01 MOST REBOUNDS: Game: 76 vs. Wofford, 1-21-80 Season: 1499 in 1980-81 MOST ASSISTS: Game: 44 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 480 in 1983-84 MOST PERSONAL FOULS: Game: 32 vs. Campbell, 1-21-87 Season: 575 in 1984-85 MOST STEALS: Game: 32 vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Season: 488 in 1983-84, 2001-02

Away 2-5 0-4 5-2 4-3 4-2 3-2 2-5 4-4 5-5 3-7 3-8 8-7 6-7 8-8 7-8 7-9 6-5 2-10 3-9 5-10 4-10 1-12 2-11 2-11 0-15 0-13 4-8 3-11 0-13 3-8 2-10 1-11 3-8 2-12 0-12 1-12 5-9 2-14 8-7 5-7 2-13 4-7 137-335 (.290)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Neutral Overall 0-0 9-6 1-2 8-7 3-1 14-5 4-1 17-7 4-2 19-6 4-4 16-8 3-1 8-12 3-1 18-8 2-3 11-13 0-0 14-9 0-1 11-16 1-0 17-12 0-0 16-14 0-0 15-15 0-1 17-14 0-0 16-14 0-0 16-8 1-2 7-18 2-2 13-16 0-2 11-17 0-2 6-23 0-1 3-24 1-1 6-23 0-2 6-21 0-1 3-24 0-1 4-23 2-1 13-15 1-1 11-17 0-1 5-22 1-2 11-16 1-2 9-19 0-3 8-20 2-1 11-18 1-0 10-18 0-2 5-22 0-4 2-26 0-0 14-15 2-2 6-26 2-1 20-12 2-3 16-16 1-2 13-18 3-1 13-18 46-52 (.469) 468-661

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MOST BLOCKED SHOTS: Game: 12 vs. Coastal Carolina, 2-11-92 Season: 146 in 1981-82 OTHERS Most Games: 32 in 2008-09 Most Wins: 20 in 2007-08 Fewest Wins: 2 in 2004-05 Most Losses: 26 in 2004-05 Best Winning Pct: .760 in 1973-74 Worst Winning Pct: .071 (2-26) in 2004-05 Largest Margin of Victory: 101, vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Largest Margin of Defeat: 77, vs. Georgia Tech, 12-30-91 Longest Winning Streak: 8 in 1983-84 Longest Losing Streak: 18 in 2004-05 Most Points First Half: 65, vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Fewest Points First Half: 10, at North Carolina, 1-6-05 Most Points Second Half: 71, vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Fewest Points Second Half: 8, vs. Southern Poly, 12-12-10 Pct. .600 .533 .737 .708 .760 .667 .400 .692 .458 .609 .407 .586 .533 .500 .548 .533 .667 .280 .448 .393 .207 .111 .207 .223 .120 .148 .464 .393 .185 .407 .320 .286 .393 .357 .185 .071 .483 .188 .625 .500 .419 .419 .415

Head Coach Mary Kancevitch Mary Kancevitch Mary Roland Griffin Mary Roland Griffin Mary Roland Griffin Bert Bobb Linda Warren Linda Warren Linda Warren Linda Warren Ann Ellerbe Ann Ellerbe Karen Brown Karen Brown Karen Brown Debbie Lancaster Wanda Briley Ann Ellerbe Copeland Ann Ellerbe Copeland Ann Ellerbe Copeland Germaine McAuley Germaine McAuley Germaine McAuley Germaine McAuley Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Robin Muller Cheryl Nix Cheryl Nix Cheryl Nix Cheryl Nix/Darrah Metz Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers Bud Childers


Individual Records POINTS SCORED Game: 37 Stephanie Morris vs. Charlotte, 3-1-86 Season: 603 Kim Segars in 1987-88 Career: 1699 Kim Segars in 1985-89

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 9 Ashley Fann vs. Norfolk St. 12-11-06 Season: 74 Tiffany Rodd 2006-07 Career: 263 Tiffany Rodd, 2005-09

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 30 Angie Marshall vs. Charleston So., 1-9-91 Season: 491 Angie Marshall in 1990-91 Career: 1485 Janet Dykton in 1981-82, 83-86

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Jodi Wingrove vs. Game: 22 Coastal, 1-27-90 Season: 205 Nancy Archer in 1983-84 Career: 530 Leigh-Ann Pursifull, 1995-99

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 15 Angie Marshall vs. Charleston So., 1-9-91 15 Janet Dykton vs. Columbia, 12-10-81 15 Stephanie Morris vs. Mercer,12-14-84 15 Charlotta Wennefors vs. College of Charleston, 12-18-00 Season: 249 Kim Segars in 1987-88 Career: 709 Kim Segars in 1985-89 BEST FIELD GOAL ACCURACY Game: 1.000 Lori Taylor (7-7) vs. Coe, 1-3-87 1.000 Sharon Dixon (6-6) vs. Aiken, 2-20-80 1.000 Anne Cox (7-7) vs. N.C. A&T, 2-15-95 Season: .583 Jennifer Churchill 1998-99 Career: .554 Jennifer Churchill 1995-99 MOST 3- POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 15 Kim Cairnes at North Carolina, 12-16-00 Season: 207 Tiffany Rodd, 2006-07 Career: 737 Tiffany Rodd, 2005-09

Jennifer Churchill is the single season and career leader in field goal percentage

FREE THROWS MADE Game: 18 Jodi Wingrove vs. Coastal, 1-27-90 18 Kim Segars vs. Fordham, 11-26-88 Season: 156 Nancy Archer in 1983-84 Career: 359 Leigh-Ann Pursifull, 1995-99 FREE THROW PCT Game: 1.000 13 different players, most recently Dequesha McClanahan at VCU, 11-17-10 Season: .959 Janet Frederick in 1981-82 Career: .760 Charlotte Wennefors, 1998-02 REBOUNDS Game: 20 Season: Career:

269 894

ASSISTS Game:

19

Season: Career:

192 559

Sarah Dukes vs. Longwood, 2-7-80 Ashley Fann in 2008-09 Ashley Fann, 2005-09

Janet Frederick vs. Sacred Heart, 2-1-81 Janet Frederick in 1980-81 Shelia Bailey in 1988-92

Stephanie Morris holds the single game record for points with 37 on Mar. 1, 1986

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BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 10 Tammy Jones vs. Coastal, 2-11-92 Season: 92 Rosita Fields in 1981-82 Career: 170 Tammy Jones in 1989-92, 93-94 STEALS Game:

11

Season: Career:

108 299

GAMES PLAYED Season: 32 Career:

125

Cassandra Barnes vs. Sacred Heart, 2-12-81 Nancy Archer in 1982-83 Shelia Bailey, 1988-92

(by 8 players) in 2007-08, (by 4 players) in 2008-09 Shelly Hankins (2005-10)

GAMES STARTED Season: 32 (by 3 players) in 2007-08, Yvonne van Daalen in 200809 Career: 113 Ashley Fann, 2005-09 MINUTES PLAYED Season: 1096 Michele Hobson in 1987-88 Career: 3852 Ashley Fann, 2005-09 PERSONAL FOULS Season: 106 Kim Segars in 1987-88 Career: 374 Kim Segars in 1987-88 TIMES DISQUALIFIED Season: 9 Katherine Kitchin in 1994-95 Career: 23 Kim Segars in 1985-89

Shelia Bailey dished out a Winthrop record 595 assists from 1988-92.


Career Leaders GAMES PLAYED 125 Shelly Hankins (2005-2010) 124 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 123 Ashley Haugtvedt (2005-09) 123 Jessica Fansler (2006-10 117 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 116 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 115 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 115 Shanice Cole (2006-2010) 114 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 113 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) 113 Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) GAMES STARTED 113 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 105 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 105 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 103 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 102 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 101 Kim Segars (1985-98) 101 Michele Hobson (1986-90) 97 Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) 94 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 93 Revonda Whitley (1990-94) MINUTES PLAYED 3852 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 3620 Michelle Hobson (1986-90) 3563 Shelia Bailey (1988-92)

3546 3479 3387 3370 3291 3285 3149

Stepanie Morris (1982-86) Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) Janet Dykton (1981-86) Nancy Archer (1980-84) Becki Barbary (1986-90) Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) Tammy Jones (1989-94)

POINTS SCORED 1699 Kim Segars (1985-89) 1605 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 1603 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 1550 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 1277 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 1276 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 1226 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 1220 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 1173 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 1147 Nancy Archer (1980-84) FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1485 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 1404 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 1356 Kim Segars (1985-89) 1309 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 1109 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 1171 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 1090 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 1036 Carmen Thomas (1991-95) 996 Revonda Whitley (1990-94) 983 Tammy Jones (1989-94) FIELD GOALS MADE 709 Kim Segars (1985-89) 664 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 654 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 585 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 506 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 469 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 467 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 423 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 416 Carmen Thomas (1991-95) 414 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09)

Janet Dykton (11) is ranked in the top 10 in points, field goal attempts, field goals made, free throws made, free throws attempted, assists, steals and blocked shots.

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min 360 FGA) .554 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) .523 Kim Segars (1985-89) .515 Tammy Jones (1989-94) .494 Meredith Smith (1997-01) .488 Laura Herman (2001-03) .480 Becki Barbary (1986-90) .473 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) .462 Sharon Lee (1981-85) .461 Ashley Haugtvedt (2005-09) 52

Fann (40) and Rodd (25) combined to be one of the best scoring tandems in Winthrop and Big South history as each eclipsed the 1,000 point mark in their fouryear career.

.452

Mary Susan Austin (1981-83)

THREE POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 263 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) 142 Jennifer Castle (1994-98) 112 Jessica Fansler (2006-10) 105 Kim Cairnes (1999-02) 101 Gene’t Moore (2003-05) 90 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 84 Misty Mooring (1995-99) 81 Lacey Lyons (2009-11) 78 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 76 Kia Bell (1999-03) THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE .357 Tiffany Rodd (2005-09) .348 Jennifer Castle (1994-98) .329 Lacey Lyons (2009-11) .328 Kim Cairnes (1999-02) .326 Gene’t Moore (2003-05) .325 Tawander Whittington (2001-03) .315 Jessica Fansler (2006-2010) .318 Misty Mooring (1995-99) .311 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) .302 Ashley Fann (2005-09)


Career Leaders FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 530 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 518 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 478 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 466 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 464 Carmen Thomas (1991-95) 460 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 423 Kim Segars (1985-89) 407 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 391 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 360 Meredith Smith (1997-01)

PERSONAL FOULS 374 Kim Segars (1985-89) 347 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 344 Katherine Kitchin (1994-98) 341 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 339 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 335 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 330 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) 320 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 317 Stacy Milton (1993-97) 312 Debbie Easterling (1982-86)

FREE THROWS MADE 359 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 355 Ashley Fann (2005-present) 354 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) 338 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 334 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 295 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 281 Kim Segars (1985-89) 264 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 249 Carmen Thomas (1991-95) 242 Meredith Smith (1997-01)

TIMES DISQUALIFIED 23 Kim Segars (1985-89) 22 Katherine Kitchin (1994-98) 20 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 17 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 15 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) 15 Stacy Milton (1993-97) 14 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 13 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 12 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 11 Ashley Fann (2005-09)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (min 200 attempted) .760 Charlotta Wennefors (1998-02) .735 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) .728 Mary Susan Austin (1981-83) .725 Janet Dykton (1981-86) .698 Nancy Archer (1980-84) .685 Ashley Fann (2005-09) .676 Janette Arrington (2001-03) .675 Tammy Jones (1989-94) .672 Meredith Smith (1997-01) .671 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) REBOUNDS 894 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 845 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 838 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 789 Kim Segars (1985-89) 781 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 718 Becki Barbary (1986-90) 714 Jennifer Churchill (1995-99) 695 Rosita Fields (1978-82) 612 Sharon Lee (1981-85) 607 Meredith Smith (1997-01) ASSISTS 595 Shelia Bailey (1988-92) 435 Yvonne van Daalen (2005-09) 381 Michelle Hobson (1986-90) 369 Janet Dykton (1981-86)

Nancy Archer (33) is ranked in the top 5 all-time in six categories.

339 315 309 302 298 277

Jennifer Castle (1994-98) Janet Fredrick (1980-83) Arin Kress (2002-05) Nancy Archer (1980-84) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) Kathy Weaver (1991-95)

STEALS 299 Shelia Bailey (1988-92) 253 Nancy Archer (1980-84) 230 Debbie Easterling (1982-86) 220 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 207 Kathy Weaver (1991-95) 191 Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1995-99) 177 Stephanie Morris (1982-86) 182 Michelle Hobson (1986-90) 182 Shelly Hankins (2005-2010) 166 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 166 Mary Susan Austin (1981-86) BLOCKED SHOTS 170 Tammy Jones (1989-94) 165 Rosita Fields (1979-82) 114 Anne Hollensen (1998-02) 82 Ashley Haugtvedt (2005-09) 74 Fran Marshell (1984-86) 63 Anne Hollensen (1998-02) 60 TaQuoia Hammick (2008-present) 50 Jessica Dukes (2003-06) 48 Janet Dykton (1981-86) 47 Ashley Fann (2005-09) 53

Tammy Jones (20) is the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s alltime leader in blocked shots and second all-time in rebounds.


All-Time Letter Winners 3

Katie Kilcollin (01-05) Ashley Carey (02-06) Ashley Cox (07-11)

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13

Jeanie Beatson (69-71) Elizabeth Jackson (72-76) Tracy Aragon (00-01) Geneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Moore (03-05) Yvonne van Daalen (05-09) Lacey Lyons (09-11)

Jessica Fansler (06-10)

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Paula Polyanski (82-83) Fran Marshall (84-86) Christy Snow (86-90) Amy Spann (90-91) Nicole Mamula (93-94) Carmen Thomas (91-95) Iva Milevoj (04-05) Kathi Ryska (06-10) Tiffany Charles (2010-present)

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Claire Phillips (69-70) Susan Moss (72-73) Pam Smith (75-77) Janet Frederick (80-81) Mary Susan Austin (81-82) Karen Kreutel (82-83) Amanda Scruggs (83-84) Stephanie Rainey (86-88) Angie Marshall (88-92) Lauren Boggs (92-94) Ashley Carey (02-05) Amy Drake (06-07) Allison Lawrence (09-11)

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Linda Massey (69-72) Patricia Rollings (76-77) Rhonda Harrill (77-78) Jan Rampey (78-80) Janet Dykton (81-85) Julie Krebs (82-83) Stephanie Rainey (86-88)

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Paula Monroe (69-71) Ann Long (72-73) Carol Avant (75-77) Tracy Burch (77-79) Candy Cage (81-85) Stephanie Rainey (86-87) Andrea Lucas (87-89) Heather Pawley (90-91) Wanda Wright (92-93) Crystal Greene (97-01) Tawander Whittington (01-03)

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Lynette Crepeau (69-71) Becky Bowman (72-75) Sarah Dukes (78-79) Savonda Turner (80-81) Beth Brown (81-82) Pam Garrett (82-85) Lori Taylor (85-88) Shawndell Washington (88-89) Jill Hiles (89-91) Darmell Williams (94-95) Beth Richards (96-98) Nikki Read (98-99) Emilee Rangle (99-01) Virag Kovacs (01-03)

15

Barbara Jones (69-70) Linda Goyak (70-74) Iva Milevoj (04-06) Kristine Rishel (2010-11)

20

Judy Murray (69-70) Betsy Griffith (72-74) Katie Kral (76-77) Amelia McCullough (77-78) Cassandra Barnes (79-81) Janet Frederick (81-83) Traci Tate (83-84) Ronda Cline (84-85) Cheri Foster (85-87) Tammy Jones (89-94) Heather Scarlett (94-95) Jessica Anger (02-04)

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Maggie Ward (69-71) Julia Barringer (72-76) Jodye Jennings (75-78) Nancy Floyd (79-81) Suzanne McHugh (81-84) Regina Caldwell (84-88) Sheila Bailey (88-92) Tina Fowler (92-93) Anne Cox (94-98) Amy Carawan (98-99) Karin Martin (99-01) Laura Herman (01-02) 54

Tara Hammond (03-04) Katie Fitzgerald (09-Present)

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Bonnie Booth (69-70) Lisa Cothran (72-75) Sharon Dixon (77-78) Jennifer Stroman (82-83) Merry Rogers (83-84) Becky Browning (86-87) Pam Sinclair (87-88) Stacy Gardner (88-89) Jennifer Castle (94-98) Charlotta Wennefors (98-02) Breeze Ross (02-03) Tameika Brooks (03-04) Cathi Kennings (04-05) Amanda Leigh (06-07) Tiffany Brown (08-10) Dequesha McClanahan (2010-present)

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Linda Rikard (69-70) Kay Monroe (72-74) Debra Tolar (76-78) Beth Knell (78-80) Caryl Hardin (80-81) Karen Kreutel (81-82) Mary Susan Austin (82-86) Dorothy Davis (86-90) Deshonia Williams (90-93) Heather Scarlett (94-97) Ishirel Hilliard (98-01) Arin Kress (02-05) Mary Hathaway (09-Present)

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Paula Rogers (69-72) Suzanne Lundy (72-74) Paula Kirkland (78-80) Pam Bryant (80-82) Stephanie Morris (82-86) Amy Mason (86-87) Jamie Walker (88-89) Lisa Robertson (90-91) Stephanie Finley (92-93) Stacey Milton (93-97) Chrissy Lewellen (97-00) Jennifer Nolan (00-01) Anna Ulrey (01-03) Jessica Dukes (03-05) Franchesca Davenport (07-09) Kaitlyn Rubino (09-10) Samiya Wright (2010-present)

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Jeanie Dawson (69-70) Judy Wilkins (72-74)


All-Time Letter Winners Phyllis Cummings (74-77) Connie Welch (79-80) Patti Donaldson (81-82) Jodi Travis (82-83) Carol Budds (84-86) Becki Barbary (86-88) Kara Harkness (90-94) Misty Mooring (95-99) Kia Bell (99-03) Tiffany Rodd (05-09) Dee Gray (2010-present)

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Julianne Stark (69-71) Connie Morrow (72-75) Teresa “Joby” Williams (75-79) Barbara Reynolds (79-81) Pam Moser (82-83) Darlene Ford (83-84) Michele Hobson (86-90) Kelly Scott (90-91) Kathi Weaver (91-95) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (95-96) Elizabeth Chamness (04-05) Shanice Cole (06-10)

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Ann Simmons (72-74) Pamela Bostain (73-77) Lisa Hudson (78-79) Bonnie Reynolds (79-81) Debbie Easterling (82-86) Courtenay Shaw (87-88) Janette Arrington (01-03) Jessica Dukes (03-06)

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Patsy Morris (69-70) Vicki Wilson (72-73) Judy Kirkpatrick (75-77) Sharon Dixon (78-80) Jenni Heath (80-81) Sharon Lee (81-85) Denise Thomas (86-90) Tara Youngblood (88-89) Sandra Meadows (90-91) Carmen Thomas (91-94) Mandy Britt (95-99) Anna Ulrey (01-02) Sarah Hoormann (02-04) Roneisha Kinney (04-05) Jolandra Crump (02-06) Sarah Scott (07-10)

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Pat Bailey (74-78) Holly Bland (78-79) Julie Vandiver (79-80) Nancy Archer (81-84) Alyce Fowler (87-89)

Jodi Wingrove (89-90) Revonda Whitley (90-93) Christine Yon (96-97) Anne Hollensen (98-02) Jordan Barnes (03-04) Shelly Hankins (05-10)

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Jane Ashworth (75-77) Lisa Hudson (77-79) Becki Barbary (86-90) Julie Dowling (90-92) Ashanta Sellers (93-94) Tracy Mont (94-95) Robin Curley (02-04) Franchesca Davenport (05-07)

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Mary Page (72-73) Holly Bland (75-79) Meredith Smith (97-01) Jolandra Crump (02-05)

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Sue Baughman (72-75) Dinah Hamrick (73-77) Cindy Pryor (77-78) Rosita Fields (78-82) Nancy Archer (80-81) Valorie Jeter (83-84) Martha Lynn Foster (84-85) Kim Segars (85-89) Mandy Sweetman (89-90) Felicia Young (92-93) Katherine Kitchin (94-98) Ann-Sofie Dreij (98-01) Amanda Behnke (03-05) Ashley Fann (05-09)

Brooke McMinn (89-90) Kanesha Nix (92-95) Jennifer Castle (94-98) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (95-99) Kimberly Cairnes (99-01) Lisa Koop (05-06) Chantel Johnson (2009-11)

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Kristine Webb (05-06) Jennifer Walker (07-present)

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Jennifer Churchill (95-99) TaQuoia Hammick (08-present)

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Stephanie Pannell (01-03)

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Brigid Sword (97-99) Vennece Fowlkes (02-04) Chanel White (09-10) No Number On Record Lisa Cothran (70-71), Trish Howell (70-72), Kay Monroe (70-72), Janice Rogers (70-71), Judy Wilkins (70-72), Vicki Wilson (70-72), Laurie Arranta (71-72), Lucy Dials (71-72), Marilyn Elder (71-72), Evelyn Fant (71-72), Betsy Griffith (71-72), Jeanette Jones (71-72), Millie Keeter (71-72), Lynn Kobylinski (71-72), Ann Simmons (71-72), Suzanne Lundy (71-72), Connie Morrow (71-72), Susan Moss (71-72), Elaine Mozingo (71-72), Jane Oberle (71-72), Vickie Harrelson (73-74), Annie Long (73-74), Marilyn Parris (7374), Lyn Sheffield (73-74), Paula Duncan (74-75), Missey Thomas (74-75), Bonnie Whelan (74-75), Robin Lowe (75-76), Teresa Moore (75-76), Deborah Fogle (75-76),

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Jo Lundy (72-76) Penny Bostain (74-78) Sara Dukes (78-81) Emily Briggs (03-05)

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Cristi Bartlett (04-05) Ashley Haugtvedt (05-09) Kaitlyn Rubino (2010-present)

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Roneisha Kinney (04-06)

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Beth Knell (78-79) Courtenay Shaw (87-89) 55

Kim Segars is the school’s all-time leader in scoring with 1,699 points and still holds the highest scoring average in a single season with 20.8 ppg.


1,000 Point Club 1) Kim Segars  Center  Lamar, SC  1,699 YEAR 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 Totals

GP-GS 23-19 25-25 29-29 28-28 105-101

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 543 70-162 .432 769 165-360 .458 861 249-443 .562 929 225-391 .575 3102 709-1356 .523

3FGM-3FGA n/a n/a 0-0 0-0 0-0

PCT. n/a n/a .000 .000 .000

FTM-FTA 42-62 49-89 105-158 85-114 281-423

PCT. .677 .551 .665 .745 .664

REB 156 186 233 214 789

AVG PF-D 6.8 91-8 7.4 89-5 8.1 106-5 7.6 88-5 7.5 374-23

FTM-FTA 90-122 61-83 69-106 75-96 295-407

PCT. .737 .760 .651 .781 .725

REB 106 50 119 102 377

AVG 3.7 1.6 3.9 4.3 3.3

PCT. .661 .648 .710 .724 .685

A TO 9 54 18 71 17 74 21 97 65 296

BK 3 12 6 9 30

ST 14 17 23 32 86

PTS 182 379 603 535 1699

AVG. 7.9 15.2 20.8 19.1 16.2

TO 113 58 105 102 378

BK ST 10 63 11 50 14 54 13 53 48 220

PTS 462 307 423 413 1605

AVG. 15.9 9.9 14.1 17.2 14.1

REB 208 200 217 269 894

AVG PF-D A TO 7.2 69-2 40 77 6.5 102-6 37 91 6.8 83-2 58 95 8.4 87-1 52 81 7.2 341-11 187 344

BK ST 10 55 9 38 13 35 12 38 47 166

PTS 362 377 439 425 1603

AVG. 12.5 12.2 13.7 13.3 12.9

PCT. .728 .650 .656 .682 .683

REB 150 233 246 209 838

AVG 4.5 7.5 8.8 9.1 7.3

PF-D A TO 56-1 68 73 70-3 53 72 65-1 46 91 36-0 37 79 227-5 204 315

BK ST 1 32 12 67 4 44 0 34 17 177

PTS 312 447 441 350 1550

AVG. 9.4 14.4 15.8 15.2 13.5

FTM-FTA 100-134 87-115 80-111 71-100 338-460

PCT. .746 .757 .721 .710 .735

REB 210 167 162 175 714

AVG 7.5 7.3 6.0 7.0 6.9

PF-D 55-1 22-0 40-0 41-0 158-1

A TO 31 60 16 47 23 47 24 48 94 202

BK 2 1 6 3 12

ST 26 13 19 22 80

PTS 387 301 294 295 1277

AVG. 13.8 13.1 10.9 12.5 12.4

FTM-FTA 36-52 52-76 88-133 88-130 264-391

PCT. .692 .684 .662 .677 .675

REB 115 247 263 220 845

AVG PF-D 4.1 66-4 9.1 100-6 9.1 95-6 8.1 86-4 7.6 347-20

A TO 2 34 15 66 17 63 8 68 42 231

BK 29 34 55 52 170

ST 10 16 20 15 61

PTS 100 326 434 416 1276

AVG. 3.5 12.1 15.0 15.4 11.5

FTM-FTA 29-44 42-53 36-46 28-35 135-178

PCT. .659 .792 .783 .800 .758

REB 73 107 89 94 363

AVG 2.9 4.2 2.8 3.5 3.1

PF-D A TO 24-0 23 36 37-0 36 64 36-1 29 43 21-0 32 32 116-1 120 175

BK 2 1 3 3 9

ST 21 24 27 19 91

PTS 238 344 359 285 1226

AVG. 9.5 10.8 11.2 10.6 10.6

REB 59 73 114 86 332

AVG 2.2 2.6 4.2 3.2 3.0

PF-D A TO 55-1 36 105 60-0 45 113 63-0 64 88 43-1 36 72 215-2 181 378

BK ST 0 20 5 42 2 30 1 19 8 111

PTS 188 314 438 280 1220

AVG. 7.0 11.2 16.2 10.4 11.2

2) Janet Dykton  Guard  Suitland, MD  1,605 YEAR 1981-82 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Totals

GP-GS 29-21 31-2 30-29 24-24 114-76

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 906 186-452 .411 701 123-278 .442 919 177-387 .457 861 168-368 .457 3387 654-1485 .440

3FGM-3FGA n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

PCT. n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

PF-D A 68-1 93 66-1 85 94-1 94 76-3 97 304-6 369

3) Ashley Fann  Forward  Hazel Green, AL  1,603 YEAR 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP-GS 29-24 31-31 32-32 32-26 124-113

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 954 121-288 .420 976 136-324 .420 967 169-347 .487 955 159-350 .454 3852 585-1309 .447

3FGM-3FGA 42-116 13-75 13-47 10-20 77-258

PCT. .362 .173 .277 .500 .299

FTM-FTA 78-118 92-142 88-124 97-134 355-518

4) Stephanie Morris  Forward  Columbia, SC  1,550 YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Totals

GP-GS 33-27 31-31 28-27 23-23 115-108

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 907 118-243 .485 955 203-418 .485 885 190-410 .463 799 153-333 .459 3546 664-1404 .473

3FGM-3FGA n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

PCT. n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

FTM-FTA 75-103 41-63 61-93 45-66 222-325

5) Jennifer Churchill  Center  Milford, OH  1,277 YEAR 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 Totals

GP-GS 28-23 23-1 27-15 25-16 103-55

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 772 143-265 .540 481 107-188 .569 681 107-202 .530 629 112-192 .583 2563 469-847 .554

3FGM-3FGA 1-5 0-2 0-2 0-1 1-10

PCT. .200 .000 .000 .000 .100

6) Tammy Jones  Center  Irmo, SC  1,276 YEAR 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1993-94 Totals

GP-GS 28-12 27-26 29-29 27-27 111-94

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 469 32-76 .421 892 137-289 .474 902 173-304 .569 886 164-314 .522 3149 506-983 .515

3FGM-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

7) Tiffany Rodd  Guard  Clinton, TN  1,226 YEAR 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

GP-GS 25-17 32-28 32-32 27-25 116-102

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 640 79-236 .335 951 114-337 .338 934 125-321 .389 760 96-277 .347 3285 414-1171 .353

3FGM-3FGA 51-149 74-207 73-195 65-186 263-737

PCT. .342 .357 .374 .349 .357

8) Charlotta Wennefors  Guard  Bankeryd, Sweden  1,220 YEAR 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 Totals

GP-GS 27-25 28-28 27-27 27-23 109-103

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 661 59-166 .355 980 102-289 .353 1020 136-383 .355 818 81-252 .321 3479 378-1090 .348

3FGM-3FGA 7-36 29-90 34-124 20-65 90-315

PCT. .194 .322 .274 .308 .286

FTM-FTA 63-92 81-108 132-157 78-109 354-466

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PCT. .685 .750 .841 .716 .760


1,000 Point Club 9) Leigh-Ann Pursifull  Guard  Floyd, VA  1,173 YEAR 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 Totals

GP-GS 28-21 28-11 27-21 27-24 110-77

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 746 80-215 .372 623 71-190 .374 764 115-265 .434 798 108-265 .408 2931 374-935 .400

3FGM-3FGA 13-46 13-48 22-56 18-61 66-211

PCT. .283 .271 .393 .295 .313

FTM-FTA 94-143 65-101 97-143 103-143 359-530

PCT. .657 .644 .678 .720 .677

REB 115 115 130 123 483

AVG PF-D A TO 4.1 91-5 98 129 4.1 80-4 84 75 4.8 80-3 51 92 4.6 84-2 68 102 4.4 335-14 301 398

BK ST 4 42 3 40 5 52 3 57 15 191

PTS 267 220 349 337 1173

AVG. 9.5 7.9 12.9 12.5 10.7

FTM-FTA 49-75 61-96 68-102 156-205 334-478

PCT. .653 .635 .666 .760 .699

REB 204 184 172 221 781

AVG PF-D A TO 7.5 61-0 60 n/a 6.3 77-3 46 65 5.7 89-6 90 99 7.1 93-3 106 82 6.7 320-12 302 246

BK ST 4 33 9 40 10 108 2 72 25 253

PTS 240 225 260 422 1147

AVG. 8.8 7.7 8.6 13.6 9.8

AVG

PF-D

A

TO

BK

ST

PTS

AVG.

10) Nancy Archer  Forward  Burtonville, MD  1,147 YEAR 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 Totals

GP-GS 27-22 29-22 30-30 31-31 117-105

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. n/a 95-235 .361 673 82-199 .412 915 96-244 .393 1004 133-274 .485 2592 406-952 .426

3FGM-3FGA n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

PCT. n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

11) Holly Bland  Forward  Gaffney  1,126 YEAR 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 Totals

GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. no stats available no stats available no stats available 23-23 n/a 143-339 .421

3FGM-3FGA

PCT.

FTM-FTA

PCT.

REB

n/a

n/a

19-30

.633

4.6 64

3.6

45-2

25

42

9

43

305 1126

AVG

PF-D

A

TO

BK

ST

PTS

50-2

24

51

5

15

182 1,082

PF-D A TO 74-4 21 89 63-1 28 100 46-2 57 129 56-1 41 91 239-8 147 409

BK 4 0 1 2 7

ST 21 29 24 25 99

PTS 228 314 272 267 1081

AVG. 7.9 11.6 10.1 10.7 10.0

14.5 13.2

12) Joby Williams  Center  Eastover, SC  1,082 YEAR 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 Totals

GP-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT. no stats available no stats available no stats available .470 21-12 n/a 74-183 .404

3FGM-3FGA

PCT.

FTM-FTA

PCT.

REB

AVG.

n/a

n/a

43-58

.741

7.8 79

5.8

PCT. .440 .565 .613 .514 .537

REB 129 128 149 140 546

AVG 5.1 4.7 5.5 5.6 5.1

PCT. .577 .720 .681 .646 .654

REB 131 174 206 207 718

AVG PF-D A TO 5.3 79-2 25 48 6.2 75-4 58 57 7.3 84-1 88 90 7.1 101-7 34 100 6.5 339-14 205 295

BK ST 3 14 2 19 1 25 6 47 12 105

PTS 172 214 291 365 1042

AVG. 6.9 7.6 10.3 12.5 9.5

PCT. .636 .739 .628 .382 .588

REB 98 62 132 145 437

AVG 3.2 2.8 4.4 6.1 4.1

PF-D A TO 71-7 42 52 62-1 23 23 96-5 44 58 83-4 61 74 312 180 207

BK ST 1 61 0 43 3 57 6 69 10 230

PTS 278 167 300 268 1013

AVG. 9.9 7.5 10.0 11.2 9.6

PCT. .571 .739 .674 .646 .670

REB 157 194 112 141 604

AVG 5.8 6.7 6.2 5.4 6.0

PF-D A TO 84-2 29 78 90-6 42 89 44-1 25 51 55-0 74 84 273 253 302

BK ST 9 46 4 45 1 24 4 38 18 153

PTS 208 304 202 290 1004

AVG. 7.7 10.5 11.2 11.2 10.0

13.6 8.6

13) Carmen Thomas  Forward  Norfolk, VA  1,081 YEAR 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 Totals

GP-GS 29-21 27-13 27-17 25-6 108-57

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 804 90-242 .372 808 122-266 .459 806 98-271 .362 664 106-257 .412 3082 416-1063 .391

3FGM-3FGA 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-4

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

FTM-FTA 48-109 70-124 76-124 55-107 249-464

14) Becki Barbary  Forward  Taylors, SC  1,042 YEAR 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 Totals

GP-GS 25-21 28-27 28-28 29-29 110-105

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 664 71-180 .394 763 89-184 .483 895 123-209 .424 969 140-307 .456 3291 423-880 .480

3FGM-3FGA n/a 0-0 0-9 1-6 1-15

PCT. n/a .000 .000 .166 .067

FTM-FTA 30-52 36-50 45-66 84-130 195-298

15) Debbie Easterling  Forward  Kingsport, TN  1,013 YEAR 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Totals

GP-GS 30-20 22-0 30-20 24-24 106-64

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 749 125-287 .435 455 75-195 .384 768 139-338 .411 753 128-289 .443 2725 467-1109 .421

3FGM-3FGA n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

PCT. n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

FTM-FTA 28-44 17-23 22-35 13-34 80-136

16) Revonda Whitely  Forward  Last Vegas, NV  1,004 YEAR 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 Totals

GP-GS 27-26 29-28 18-18 26-21 100-93

MIN FGM-FGA PCT. 801 90-247 .364 878 118-273 .432 511 71-179 .397 795 118-297 .397 2985 397-996 .399

3FGM-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-12 3-12

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .250 .250

FTM-FTA 28-49 68-92 60-89 51-79 207-309

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All-Time Award Winners “Lady Eagles In The Pros”

Coach of the Year Robin Muller (1996) Freshman/Rookie of the Year Katherine Kitchin (1995) Ashley Fann (2006) Dequesha McClanahan (2011) Big South Scholar Athlete of the Year Charlotta Wennefors (2002) Big South All-Academic Team Katherine Kitchin (1997) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1998) Mandy Britt (1999) Meredith Smith (2000, 2001) Charlotta Wennefors (2002) Stephanie Pannell (2003) Arin Kress (2004) Katie Kilcollin (2005) Iva Milevoj (2006) Ashley Fann (2007, 2008, 2009) Lacey Lyons (2010) All-Freshmen/Rookie Team Katherine Kitchin (1995) Jennifer Churchill (1996) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1996) Meredith Smith (1998) Charlotta Wennefors (1999) Jessica Anger (2003) Arin Kress (2003) Gene’t Moore (2004) Ashley Fann (2006) Tiffany Rodd (2006) Dequesha McClanahan (2011)

Anne Cox was named the Most Valuable Player of the 1996 Big South Conference Tournament. She was the first MVP of any tournament since the school made the move to the NCAA Division I level.

Tiffany Rodd signed a contract to play with BSG Ludwigsburg of the Damen Bundesliga in Germany.

All-Big South First Team Lori Taylor (1987) Kim Segars (1987, 1988, 1989) Tammy Jones (1992) Charlotta Wennefors (2001) Iva Milevoj (2006) Ashley Fann (2008, 2009) Shanice Cole (2010) All-Big South Second Team Becky Barbary (1990) Tammy Jones (1991, 1994) Jennifer Churchill (1996, 1997, 1998) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (1998, 1999) Charlotta Wennefors (2000) Ashley Fann (2006) Big South All-Tournament Team Kim Segars (1988) Anne Cox (1996) Misty Mooring (1996) Jennifer Churchill (1996, 1997) Ashley Fann (2005, 2006)

Charlotte Wennefors is the only Lady Eagle to be named Big South Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year

Iva Milevoj was an All-Big South First Team selection and led the Big South in assists per game in 2005-06. Milevoj played professionally in Iceland and Croatia.

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All-Time Award Winners “Lady Eagles In The Pros” Big South Tournament MVP Anne Cox (1996)

Leigh-Ann Pursifull (left) was a two-time All-Big South selection. Pursifull went on to play professionaly in Sweden for two years. In her second season with Brahe/JBC of the Damligan Elitserien, Pursifull made the South All-Star Team.

Tammy Jones (right) was a three-time All-Big South selection and earned Winthrop’s first ever Big South Conference Player of the Week honor.

Big South Player of the Week Tammy Jones (Jan. 27, 1992) Jennifer Churchill (Feb. 24, 1997) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (Twice) Charlotta Wennefors (Jan. 15, 2001) Kia Bell (Dec. 2, 2002) Tiffany Rodd (Twice) Ashley Fann (Jan. 28, 2008) Big South Freshman of the Week DeShonia Williams (Dec. 3, 1990) Kara Harkness (Jan. 21, 1991) Kathi Weaver (Dec. 2, 1991) Carmen Thomas (Feb. 17, 1992) Stephanie Finley (Twice) Katherine Kitchin (Twice) Jennifer Castle (Feb. 12, 1995) Anne Cox (Feb. 19, 1995) Jennifer Churchill (Four Times) Leigh-Ann Pursifull (Jan. 21, 1996) Meredith Smith (Twice) Charlotta Wennefors (Three times) Arin Kress (Twice) Jessica Anger (Twice) Jordan Barnes (Dec. 1, 2003) Gene’t Moore (Twice) Amanda Behnke (Jan. 12, 2004) Tameika Brooks (Feb. 23, 2004) Ashley Fann (Five times) Tiffany Rodd (Mar. 5, 2005) Jessica Fansler (Dec. 4, 2006) Dequesha McClanahan (Six times) CoSIDA Academic All-District Iva Milevoj (2005-06) I-AAA Athletic Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team Iva Milevoj (2005-06) WBCA Academic National Top 25 Team Honor Roll 10th (1997-98) 11th (1998-99) East Carolina Holiday Tournament MVP Tiffany Rodd (2007)

Yvonne van Daalen (left) was a three-year starter for the Lady Eagles and is Winthrop’s second all-time leader in assists. van Daalen is just the third Lady Eagle to play professionally and played last season for the Saarlouis Royals of the German National Basketball league

East Carolina Holiday All-Tournament Team Tiffany Rodd (2007) Florida Atlantic Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team Kathi Ryska (2006) Bahamas Sunsplash Shootout All-Tournament Team Kathi Ryska (2008) Hilton Garden Inn Winthrop Classic. Ashley Fann (2008) Tournament Champions East Carolina Thanksgiving Tournament (2007)

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15 HOME GAMES

15 Games On The Road (Over 7,800 miles traveled) 60


2011-12 Opponents Troy

Bradley

Nov. 13  Troy, Troy, AL

Nov. 18  Rock Rock Hill, SC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Troy, AL Enrollment: 30,564 Founded: 1887 Nickname: Trojans School Colors: Cardinal, Silver and Black Home Arena: Sartain Hall Capacity: 4,000 Conference: Sun Belt Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Steve Dennis Head Coach: Michael Murphy Record at School: 108-152 (9 yrs.) Career Record: 180-175 (11 yrs.) Office Phone: N/A Assistant Coach(es): Craig Kennedy, Jennifer Wasson 2010-11 Record: 5-25 Conference Record/Finish: 2-14/6th East Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/2

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: TBA Email: N/A Office Phone: (334) 670-5654 Fax: N/A Press Row: (334) 670-3229 Web Page: www.TroyTrojans.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Peoria, IL Enrollment: 5,813 Founded: 1897 Nickname: Braves School Colors: Red and White Home Arena: Renaissance Coliseum Capacity: 4,200 Conference: Missouri Valley Affiliation: NCAA Div. I-AAA Athletic Director: Dr. Michael Cross Head Coach: Paula Buscher Record at School: 149-172 (11 yrs.) Career Record: 192-210 (14 yrs.) Office Phone: (309) 677-4557 Assistant Coach(es): Lisa Robinson, Kari Kerkhoff, Mike Brooks 2010-11 Record: 15-16 Conference Record/Finish: 7-11/8th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/1

Series History First Meeting

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Jim Rea Email: jrea@bradley.edu Office Phone: (309) 677-3869 Fax: N/A Press Row: (309) 677-3300 Web Page: www.BradleyBraves.com

Series History () First Meeting

Niagara

Stetson

Nov. 19  Rock Rock Hill, SC

Nov. 20  Rock Rock Hill, SC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Niagara, NY Enrollment: 3,853 Founded: 1856 Nickname: Purple Eagles School Colors: Purple and White Home Arena: Gallagher Center Capacity: 2,400 Conference: Metro Atlantic Athletic Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Ed McLaughlin Head Coach: Kendra Faustin Record at School: 25-97 (4 yrs.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (716) 286-8619 Assistant Coach(es): Corinne Jones, Mark Katarski, Brittany Parker 2010-11 Record: 1-29 Conference Record/Finish: 0-18/10th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Bob Vail Email: rvail@niagara.edu Office Phone: (716) 286-8586 Fax: (716) 286-8609 Press Row: (716) 286-7345 Web Page: www.PurpleEagles.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: DeLand, FL Enrollment: 2,741 Founded: 1883 Nickname: Hatters School Colors: Hunter Green and White Home Arena: Edmunds Center Capacity: 4,000 Conference: Atlantic Sun Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Jeff Altier Head Coach: Lynn Bria Record at School: 34-59 (3 yrs.) Career Record: 177-272 (16 yrs.) Office Phone: (386) 822-8120 Assistant Coach(es): Josh Keys, Herman Burge, Nicole Woods 2010-11 Record: 20-13 Conference Record/Finish: 13-7/T-3rd Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/5

Series History First Meeting

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Jesse Cazakoff Email: jcazakof@stetson.edu Office Phone: (386) 822-8131 Fax: (386) 822-8132 Press Row: (386) 822-8133 Web Page: www.gohatters.com

Series History (0-2) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 1997 H L 1996 A L

Wichita State

Virginia Commonwealth

Nov. 23  Wichita, Wichita, KS

Nov. 27  Rock Rock Hill, SC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Wichita, KS Enrollment: 14,823 Founded: 1895 Nickname: Shockers School Colors: Black and Yellow Home Arena: Charles Koch Arena Capacity: 10,502 Conference: Missouri Valley Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Dr. Eric Sexton Head Coach: Jody Adams Record at School: 31-33 (2 yrs.) Career Record: 55-41 (3 yrs.) Office Phone: (316) 978-3257 Assistant Coach(es): Kristy Guffey, Bridgette Gordon, Carlai Moore 2010-11 Record: 18-15 Conference Record/Finish: 8-10/6th Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Brian Petrotta Email: bpetrotta@goshockers.com Office Phone: (316) 978-5535 Fax: (316) 978-3336 Press Row: (316) 978-3299 Web Page: www.goshockers.com

Series History (0-1) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2007 A L

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Richmond, VA Enrollment: 32,000 Founded: 1838 Nickname: Rams School Colors: Black and Gold Home Arena: Verizon Wireless Arena Capacity: 7,500 Conference: Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Norwood Teague Head Coach: Beth Cunningham Record at School: 148-100 (8 yrs.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (804) 828-2375 Assistant Coach: Tarrell Robinson, Darren Guensch, Trena Trice-Hill 2010-11 Record: 19-12 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5/4th Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

Score 66-42

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Score 61-54 71-64

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Mitchell Moore Email: mooreml3@vcu.edu Office Phone: (804) 828-8496 Fax: (804) 828-9428 Press Row: (804) 827-1010 Web Page: www.vcuathletics.com

Series History (0-3) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2010 A L 2009 N L 1992 H L

Score 59-49 65-51 79-55


2011-12 Opponents Davidson

South Carolina State

Dec. 1  Davidson, Davidson, NC

Dec. 10  Rock Rock Hill, SC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Davidson, NC Enrollment: 1,900 Founded: 1837 Nickname: Wildcats School Colors: Red and Black Home Arena: John M. Belk Arena Capacity: 5,700 Conference: Southern Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Jim Murphy Head Coach: Michele Savage Record at School: 14-17 (1 yr.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (704) 894-2372 Assistant Coach(es): Mary Ciuk, Jamie Thomatis, Kira Mowen 2010-11 Record: 14-17 Conference Record/Finish: 8-12/8th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Gavin McFarlin Email: gamcfarlin@davidson.edu Office Phone: (704) 894-2635 Fax: (704) 894-2636 Press Row: (704) 892-3324 Web Page: www.davidsonwildcats.com

Series History (4-9) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2010 H W 2008 H L 2007 A L 2006 H L 2003 A L

Score 49-41 61-40 68-63 66-48 72-57

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Orangeburg, SC Enrollment: 4,700 Founded: 1896 Nickname: Bulldogs/Lady Bulldogs School Colors: Garnet and Blue Home Arena: Smith-Hammond-Middleton Arena Capacity: 3,200 Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Charlene M. Johnson Head Coach: Doug Robertson Record at School: 32-59 (3 yrs.) Career Record: 85-91 (6 yrs.) Office Phone: (803) 533-3921 Assistant Coach(es): Tamisha Augustin, Ralph Patin, III 2010-11 Record: 14-19 Conference Record/Finish: 5-11/8th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Romanda Noble Email: Rnoble1@scsu.edu Office Phone: (803) 516-4628 Fax: (803) 536-8622 Press Row: (803) 536-8653/7241 Web Page: www.scsuathletics.com

Series History (5-12) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2007 A W 2006 H W 2004 N L 2001 H W 1999 A L

Monmouth

Fordham

Dec. 14  West West Long Branch, NY

Dec. 17  Bronx, Bronx, NY

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: West Long Branch, NJ Enrollment: 4,500 Founded: 1933 Nickname: Hawks School Colors: Midnight Blue and White Home Arena: The Multipurpose Activity Center Capacity: 4,100 Conference: Northeast Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Dr. Marilyn McNeil Head Coach: Jenny Palmateer Record at School: First Year Career Record: Same Office Phone: (732) 263-5837 Assistant Coach(es): Reggie Carney, Marquetta Dickins, Jasmina Perazic 2010-11 Record: 23-10 Conference Record/Finish: 13-5/2nd Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Greg Ott Email: gott@monmouth.edu Office Phone: (732) 263-5834 Fax: (732) 571-3535 Press Row: N/A Web Page: www.GoMUHawks.com0

Series History First Meeting

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Bronx, NY Enrollment: 7,994 Founded: 1841 Nickname: Rams School Colors: Maroon and White Home Arena: Rose Hill Gym Capacity: 3,200 Conference: Atlantic 10 Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Frank McLaughlin Head Coach: Stephanie Gaitley Record at School: First year Career Record: 464-270 (25 yrs.) Office Phone: (718) 817-4274 Assistant Coach(es): Angelika Szumilo, Salee Johnson-Edwards, Laura Forbes 2010-11 Record: 12-19 Conference Record/Finish: 4-10/10th Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/6

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Michael Balestra Email: mbalestra3@fordham.edu Office Phone: (718) 817-4243 Fax: (718) 817-4244 Press Row: (718) 817-2736 Web Page: www.fordhamsports.com

Series History (0-1) Last Meeting Year Site Result 1988 H L

North Carolina Central

Mercer

Dec. 21  Rock Rock Hill, SC

Dec. 28  Macon, Macon, GA

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Durham, NC Enrollment: 8,614 Founded: 1910 Nickname: Eagles School Colors: Maroon and Gray Home Arena: McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium Capacity: 3,056 Conference: Mid-Eastern Athletic Affiliation: NCAA Div. I Athletic Director: Ingrid Wicker-McCree Head Coach: Joli D. Robinson Record at School: 214-215 (15 yrs.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (919) 530-6215 Assistant Coach(es): Antonio O. Davis, Leah Frierson, Janet N. Robinson 2010-11 Record: 5-25 Conference Record/Finish: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Ariel V. Germain Email: agermain@nccu.edu Office Phone: (919) 530-6892 Fax: (919) 530-5426 Press Row: N/A Web Page: www.NCCUEaglePride.com

Series History (2-0) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2010 A W 2010 H W

Score 62-60 57-39

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Macon, GA Enrollment: 8,200 Founded: 1833 Nickname: Bears School Colors: Orange and Black Home Arena: University Center Capacity: 3,200 Conference: Atlantic Sun Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Jim Cole Head Coach: Susie Gardner Record at School: 2-27 (1 yr.) Career Record: 178-174 (12 yrs.) Office Phone: (478) 301-2059 Assistant Coach(es): Marish Henderson, Tiffany Swoffard, Rhet Wierzba 2010-11 Record: 2-27 Conference Record: 2-18/11th Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/5

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Score 70-58 63-49 56-51 73-62 65-55

Score 79-65

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Andy Stabell Email: stabell_al@mercer.edu Office Phone: (478) 301-5219 Fax: (478) 301-5350 Press Row: N/A Web Page: www.mercerbears.com

Series History (2-7) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2009 H L 2003 A L 2003 H W 2001 A L 2000 H W

Score 58-49 64-58 71-61 62-49 64-56


2011-12 Opponents Coastal Carolina

Charleston Southern

Dec. 31  Conway, Conway, SC Mar. 5  Rock Rock Hill, SC

Jan. 2  Charleston, Charleston, SC Mar. 2 2 Rock Rock Hill, SC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Conway, SC Enrollment: 8,700 Founded: 1954 Nickname: Chanticleers School Colors: Teal, Bronze and Black Home Arena: Kimbel Arena Capacity: 1,039 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Hunter Yurachek Head Coach: Alan LeForece Record at School: 202-196 (14 yrs.) Career Record: 441-375 (29 yrs.) Office Phone: (843) 349-2803 Assistant Coach(es): Mark Kost, Shameka Montgomery, Lori Whitaker 2010-11 Record: 10-19 Conference Record/Finish: 4-12/9th Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/5

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Cody Bays Email: cbays@coastal.edu Office Phone: (843) 349-6467 Fax: (843) 349-2819 Press Row: (843) 349-2822 Web Page: www.GoCCUSports.com

Series History (37-36) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2011 A W 2011 H L 2010 H W 2010 A L 2009 N W

Score 64-48 48-27 47-39 59-57 67-48

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Charleston, SC Enrollment: 3,298 Founded: 1964 Nickname: Buccaneers School Colors: Blue and Gold Home Arena: CSU Field House Capacity: 881 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Hank Small Head Coach: Julie Goodenough Record at School: 63-90 (6 yrs.) Career Record: 273-205 (17 yrs.) Office Phone: (843) 863-7684 Assistant Coach(es): Jarod Newland, Sloan Calvert, Erika Lambert 2010-11 Record: 14-16 Conference Record/Finish: 8-8/5th Starters Returning/Lost: 5/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Thomas Morrow Email: tmorrow@csuniv.edu Office Phone: (843) 863-7688 Fax: (843) 863-7676 Press Row: (843) 863-7683 Web Page: www.csusports.com

Series History (40-28) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2011 A L 2011 H W 2010 A L (OT) 2010 H W 2009 H W

Presbyterian College

UNC Asheville

Jan. 7  Clinton, Clinton, SC Feb. 4  Rock Rock Hill, SC

Jan. 14  Rock Rock Hill, SC Feb. 13  Asheville, Asheville, NC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Clinton, SC Enrollment: 1,350 Founded: 1880 Nickname: Blue Hose School Colors: Garnet and Blue Home Arena: Templeton Arena Capacity: 2,500 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I (Transitional) Athletic Director: Brian Reese Head Coach: Ronny Fisher Record at School: 18-70 (2 yrs.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (864) 833-8248 Assistant Coach(es): Eric Burrows, Kate Dempsey, Lisa Jackson, Heide Burgin 2010-11 Record: 9-20 Conference Record/Finish: 5-11/8th Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Ryan Real Email: rtreal@presby.edu Office Phone: (864) 833-7095 Fax: (864) 833-8323 Press Row: N/A Web Page: www.GoBlueHose.com

Series History (11-2) Last Meeting Year Site Result 2011 A W 2011 H L 2010 A L 2010 H W 2008 H W

Score 56-47 55-40 48-43 57-40 66-48

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Email: Office Phone: Fax: Press Row: Web Page:

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Enrollment: Founded: Nickname: School Colors: Home Arena: Capacity: Conference: Affiliation: Athletic Director: Head Coach: Record at School: Career Record: Office Phone: Assistant Coach(es): 2010-11 Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

Series History (31-28) Last 5 Meetings Date Site Result 2011 H L 2011 A W 2010 A W 2010 H W 2009 H W

Gardner-Webb

Radford

Jan. 16  Rock Rock Hill, SC Feb. 11  Boiling Boiling Springs, NC

Jan. 21  Radford, Radford, VA Feb. 20  Rock Rock Hill, SC

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Boiling Springs, NC Enrollment: 4,300 Founded: 1905 Nickname: Runnin’ Bulldogs School Colors: Red and Black Home Arena: Paul Porter Arena Capacity: 3,500 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Chuck Burch Head Coach: Rick Reeves Record at School: 118-100 (6 yrs.) Career Record: 385-338 (21 yrs.) Office Phone: (704) 406-4348 Assistant Coach(es): Krystal ReevesEvans, Brooke Wilkinson, LaToya Carter 2010-11 Record: 23-11 Conference Record/Finish: 11-5/T-2nd Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Kevin Davis Email: kldavis@gardner-webb.edu Office Phone: (704) 406-3523 Fax: (704) 406-4739 Press Row: (704) 406-4475 Web Page: www.gwusports.com

Series History (3-8) Last 5 Meetings Date Site Result 2011 N L 2011 A L 2011 H L 2010 A L 2010 H L

Score 59-44 62-46 45-42 57-39 85-62

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Radford, VA Enrollment: 9,230 Founded: 1910 Nickname: Highlanders School Colors: Red and White Home Arena: Dedmon Center Capacity: 3,205 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Robert Lineburg Head Coach: Tajama Abraham Ngongba Record at School: 30-56 (3 yrs.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (540) 831-5123 Assistant Coach(es): Felicia Burroughs, Fran Recchia, Katrina Williams 2010-11 Record: 14-16 Conference Record/Finish: 11-5/T-2nd Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5

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Score 70-55 75-53 66-62 58-48 57-46

Score 66-61 71-64 73-66 44-38 72-58

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Justin Thompson Email: jthompson124@radford.edu Office Phone: (540) 831-5211 Fax: (540) 831-6095 Press Row: N/A Web Page: www.RadfordAthletics.com

Series History (10-52) Last 5 Meetings Date Site Result 2011 N W 2011 A L 2011 H W 2010 H W 2010 A L

Score 59-38 69-47 65-55 56-52 57-48


2011-12 Opponents Liberty

High Point

Jan. 23  Lynchburg, Lynchburg, VA Feb. 18  Rock Rock Hill, SC

Jan. 28  Rock Rock Hill, SC Feb. 27  High High Point, NC

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Email: Office Phone: Fax: Press Row: Web Page:

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Enrollment: Founded: Nickname: School Colors: Home Arena: Capacity: Conference: Affiliation: Athletic Director: Head Coach: Record at School: Career Record: Office Phone: Assistant Coach(es): 2010-11 Record: Conference Record/Finish: Starters Returning/Lost: Letterwinners Returning/Lost:

Series History (7-41) Last 5 Meetings Date Site Result 2011 A L 2011 H L 2010 H L 2010 A L 2009 N L

Score 73-38 70-33 52-18 67-38 61-42

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: High Point, NC Enrollment: 4,200 Founded: 1924 Nickname: Panthers School Colors: Purple and White Home Arena: Millis Center Capacity: 1,750 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Craig Keilitz Head Coach: Jennifer Hoover Record at School: First year Career Record: Same Office Phone: (336) 841-4613 Assistant Coach(es): Kevin Nicholls, DeUnna Hendrix, Merideth Marsh 2010-11 Record: 16-15 Conference Record/Finish: 9-7/4th Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4

Campbell Jan. 30  Rock Rock Hill, SC Feb. 25  Buies Buies Creek, NC GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Buies Creek, NC Enrollment: 6,834 Founded: 1887 Nickname: Lady Camels School Colors: Orange and Black Home Arena: Pope Convocation Center Capacity: 3,095 Conference: Big South Affiliation: NCAA Division I Athletic Director: Bob Roller Head Coach: Wanda Watkins Record at School: 460-378 (30 yrs.) Career Record: Same Office Phone: (910) 814-1345 Assistant Coach(es): Mary Weiss, Megan Hall, KaLeah Latham 2010-11 Record: 13-17 Conference Record/Finish: 12-8/5th (A-Sun) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/2

MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Jason Williams Email: jwilliams@campbell.edu Office Phone: (910) 814-4367 Fax: (910) 893-1330 Press Row: (910) 814-5541 Web Page: www.GoCamels.com

Series History (4-19) Last 5 Meetings Date Site Result 2009 A W 2008 H L 2005 A L 2004 H W 1994 A L

Score 66-60 54-43 79-64 63-58 75-49

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MEDIA INFORMATION WBB SID Contact: Joe Arancio Email: jarancio@highpoint.edu Office Phone: (336) 841-4638 Fax: (336) 841-9182 Press Row: N/A Web Page: www.highpointpanthers.com

Series History (15-19) Last 5 Meetings Year Site Result 2011 H L 2011 A L 2010 A L (OT) 2010 H W 2010 A L

Score 57-45 64-49 68-65 56-50 69-60


All-Time Record vs. Opponents SCHOOL Air Force Akron Alabama A&M American Anderson Appalachian State Armstrong State Augusta Austin Peay Belmont Abbey Belmont Benedict Berry Bethune-Cookman Binghamton Birmingham-Southern Bowling Green Brown Bucknell Campbell Canisius Carson-Newman Catawba Central Florida Charleston Southern Charlotte Chicago State Claflin Clemson Cleveland State College of Charleston Coastal Carolina Coe Coker Colorado State Columbia Converse Cornell Covenant Dartmouth Dayton Davidson Delaware State Duke University East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Elon Erskine Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Federal City Flagler Florida Atlantic Florida Southern Florida State Fordham Francis Marion Furman Gardner-Webb Georgetown George Mason Georgia Georgia College Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Hampton Institute High Point Indiana IPFW Jacksonville James Madison Johnson C. Smith Kansas Kennesaw State Kentucky Kings College Lander Liberty Limestone Livingstone Long Island

WON 0 0 0 0 7 6 4 4 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 1 2 0 40 1 0 3 1 0 1 37 1 11 1 6 4 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 1 8 12 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 17 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 15 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 8 7 6 1 1

LOST 1 1 1 2 11 12 3 7 2 5 3 1 1 3 1 9 1 1 1 19 1 0 1 1 28 18 2 6 14 1 25 36 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 9 1 1 5 5 0 8 8 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 11 13 7 2 2 3 0 4 5 4 0 19 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 5 41 3 0 0

PCT. .000 .000 .000 .000 .388 .333 1.000 .363 .000 .375 .000 .800 .000 .250 .000 .250 .000 .000 .000 .174 .000 1.000 .670 .000 .588 .053 .000 .333 .067 .000 .038 .507 1.000 1.000 1.000 .857 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 .000 .286 .000 .000 .167 .375 1.000 .500 .600 .000 .333 .000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .000 .214 .570 .300 .000 .333 .250 1.000 .000 .167 .000 1.000 .441 .000 .500 .667 .667 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .500 .615 .146 .667 1.000 1.000

SCHOOL Longwood Louisville Maine Marist Mars Hill Marshall Maryland-Baltimore Co. Maryland-Eastern Shore Memphis Mercer Methodist Mississippi State Montana State Montevallo Morris Brown Morgan State Mount St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Murray State Navy Newberry New Orleans Norfolk State Northeastern North Carolina North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central North Carolina State North Florida North Greenville North Texas Old Dominion Ohio Paine Palmer Peace Pfeiffer Presbyterian College Radford Rice Richmond Sacred Heart St. Andrews Savannah State Southern Illinois South Carolina South Carolina State South Florida Southern Poly Tech Southern Virginia Stetson Sullins Tampa Tennessee Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Towson State Tulane UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Pembroke UNC-Wilmington USC-Aiken USC-Spartanburg USC Upstate UT-Chattanooga UT Martin Utah Valley Vanderbilt Virginia Tech Virginia Commonwealth Voorhees Wake Forest West Connecticut West Georgia Western Carolina Wichita State William and Mary Wingate Wofford Xavier Youngstown State

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WON 4 1 1 0 10 0 5 3 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 11 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 13 10 0 0 3 1 1 1 13 5 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 0 1 0 31 12 1 1 6 10 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 11 0 0 1 11 0 1

LOST 4 1 0 1 2 2 7 1 1 7 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 9 5 0 2 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 2 52 1 2 0 0 0 0 9 12 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 4 6 2 28 19 0 2 5 5 0 1 0 0 1 3 3 0 4 1 2 29 1 5 2 4 1 0

PCT. .500 .500 1.000 .000 .833 .000 .417 .750 .500 .222 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 1.000 .333 .917 1.000 1.000 .000 .100 .167 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .867 .161 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .590 .294 .000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .667 .667 .000 .143 .000 .525 .387 1.000 .333 .545 .666 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 1.000 .200 .000 .600 275 .000 .000 .000 .733 .000 1.000

TOTAL RECORD 468 Bold indicates 2011-12 opponents

661

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1969-70 W-9, L-6 (AIAW) W/L WC L 59 Anderson W 58 Western Carolina L 60 at King College L 53 at Anderson L 67 King College W 72 at Coker L 52 at Western Carolina W 61 at Mars Hill L 58 at UNC Greensboro W 63 High Point W 51 @ Catawba W 37 @ East Tennesse State W 44 @ Appalachian State W 57 Sullins College @Winthrop Invitational

Year-By-Year Results OPP 69 47 65 71 62 55 56 56 59 59 34 31 42 46

1970-71 W-8, L-7 (AIAW) WC OPP W 46 Western Carolina L 32 at Western Carolina W 45 Appalachian State L 35 at UNC Greensboro L 35 at Appalachian State W 49 High Point W 53 Mars Hill W 52 UNC Greensboro L 25 at High Point L 37 @ South Carolina W 58 @ Tennesse W 62 @ Furman L 49 # Indiana W 63 # Louisville W 55 # Kansas @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament 1971-72 W-14, L-5 (AIAW) W/L WC W 46 South Carolina L 40 Western Carolina W 43 Coker L 39 at Western Carolina L 32 at Appalachian State W 57 at UNC Greensboro W 37 at Coker W 46 Appalachian State W 54 at Mars Hill W 68 @ Furman L 45 @ Western Carolina W 55 @ South Carolina W 51 West Georgia W 58 at South Carolina W 45 # Coker W 51 # Furman W 52 # at South Carolina W 51 & Old Dominion L 46 & Tennessee Tech @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament &AIAW Tournament 1972-73 W-17, L-7 (AIAW) W/L WC W 52 at Furman W 84 Palmer College W 51 at West Georgia W 50 at Flagler College W 37 at Mississippi State L 40 UNC Greensboro L 48 at South Carolina W 44 at Western Carolina W 50 Coker L 43 Western Carolina L 43 at North Carolina W 63 South Carolina W 56 at Coker W 58 @ UNC Greensboro L 35 @ South Carolina L 43 at UNC Greensboro W 40 Anderson W Mars Hill W 47 # Anderson W 55 # Coker W 72 # Baptist L 48 & Tennessee Tech W 65 & Eastern Kentucky W 74 & Murray State @Winthrop Invitational

37 49 36 40 49 41 45 47 53 51 31 49 66 42 36

OPP 27 54 33 41 54 45 26 45 47 39 69 36 45 32 26 39 36 47 47

OPP 43 21 24 37 36 51 62 42 40 51 51 49 37 53 49 48 38 49 46 41 59 49 57 47

#SCAIAW Tournament &AIAW Tournament 1973-74 W-19, L-6 (AIAW) WC OPP 44 Marshall 59 at Coker 66 Furman 63 Appalachian State 66 Western Carolina 60 North Carolina 31 at Anderson 54 at Appalachian State 56 at Mars Hill 60 Coker 34 42 Francis Marion 38 at UNC Greensboro 63 at Western Carolina 47 South Carolina 65 @ East Tennessee State 45 @ Tennessee 67 Anderson 64 Catawba 56 # Erskine 62 # Baptist 49 61 # Anderson 50 at South Carolina 68 & Elon 53 55 & Tennessee 44 & Tennessee Tech @Winthrop Invitational #State Intercollegiate Tournament &AIAW Tournament 1974-75 W-16, L-8 (AIAW) WC OPP 41 % Mercer71 68 % Anderson 75 Furman 79 Anderson 86 Coastal 64 UNC Greensboro 54 UNC Greensboro 68 at Western Carolina 78 Claflin 54 69 at Furman 64 South Carolina State 58 at North Carolina 80 Coker 45 93 @ Georgia 70 @ UNC Greensboro 87 Mars Hill 79 at South Carolina 70 Anderson 67 # Erskine 74 # Claflin 36 53 # Anderson 82 # South Carolina 87 & Madison 68 & Elon 77 %Brigade Tournament @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament &Regional Tournament 1975-76 W-8, L-12 (AIAW) WC OPP 72 at Coker 35 Federal City 75 South Carolina 62 Davidson 47 North Carolina 50 at Appalachian State 64 at Western Carolina 82 Clemson 64 at Coll. of Charleston 51 at Francis Marion 54 Appalachian State 58 Georgia 64 North Greenville 75 at UNC Greensboro 54 South Carolina State 53 Anderson 66 # South Carolina 79 # Spartanburg Methodist 72 # Francis Marion 83 # Benedict #SCAIAW Tournament

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45 45 42 51 45 55 62 44 38 41 55 49 40 41 60 48 34 48 69 42 53 55

83 38 85 37 52 52 77 36 62 74 76 79 61 77 65 31 68 57 65

51 53 73 57 54 68 71 70 79 65 64 69 67 69 70 85 74 44 63 68

1976-77 W-18, L-8 (AIAW) WC OPP 67 % North Carolina 84 % Pfeiffer 69 % Western Carolina 91 South Carolina 71 Madison 62 Benedict 78 at South Carolina 80 Columbia College 101 UNC Greensboro 88 at Davidson 74 at Clemson 80 Furman 54 at Col. of Charleston 62 Francis Marion 62 at Mars Hill 77 at Western Carolina 76 USC-Spartanburg 79 @ South Carolina 81 @ UNC-Greensboro 81 @ Anderson 73 @ College of Charleston 80 at Anderson 86 Coastal Carolina 89 South Carolina State 89 # USC-Aiken 83 # Clemson %Carolina Christmas Classic @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament 1977-78 W-11, L-13 (AIAW) WC OPP 60 Berry College 64 Montevallo 67 West Georgia 75 Baptist 49 74 Converse 53 Benedict 72 Francis Marion 61 Western Carolina 60 South Carolina 56 Columbia College 67 Clemson 95 Coastal Carolina 91 Mars Hill 62 @ Longwood 63 @ Anderson 62 South Carolina State 85 Furman 69 UNC Greensboro 73 College of Charleston 54 # College of Charleston 72 # Erskine 75 & Erskine 64 & Francis Marion 94 & USC-Aiken @Winthrop Invitational #State Tournament &AIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament 1978-79 W-14, L-9 (AIAW) WC OPP 64 at Baptist 80 Presbyterian 69 at Coastal 73 at Charleston 105 Converse 74 Lander 73 at USC-Aiken 71 Davidson 82 at Mars Hill (OT) 102 UNC Greensboro 66 Benedict 68 at Clemson 72 Claflin (OT) 71 @ Florida State 68 @ Anderson 63 @ East Carolina 98 Sacred Heart 56 at USC-Spartanburg 66 at Western Carolina 42 at South Carolina 80 Columbia 66 & Columbia 65 & Erskine @Winthrop Invitational &AIAW Regional Qualifying Tournament

71 77 66 54 70 41 81 50 77 68 97 54 80 57 57 54 43 69 74 86 89 76 55 99 82 88

83 57 66 58 57 74 67 58 62 81 56 75 64 67 84 49 64 75 74 75 57 85 69

42 44 50 91 61 71 70 43 85 58 50 84 78 63 56 76 23 78 83 81 71 49 84


Year-By-Year Results 1979-80 W-11, L-16 (AIAW) WC 47 at UNC Charlotte 96 Anderson 75 at Lander 87 Baptist 86 Coastal Carolina (OT) 70 Armstrong Stage 56 at Francis Marion 39 at Erskine 72 Francis Marion 78 at USC-Spartanburg 83 Wofford 82 Gardner-Webb 67 at Coastal Carolina 63 USC-Aiken 54 % Virginia Tech 80 % Georgetown 51 @ Longwood 61 @ Francis Marion 71 @ Western Carolina 56 at Anderson 69 USC-Spartanburg 62 at College of Charleston 56 at USC-Akien 61 Erskine 62 South Carolina State 76 & Coastal Carolina 33 & South Carolina State %Virginia Tech Invitational @Winthrop Invitational &SCAIAW Tournament 1980-81 W-17, L-12 (AIAW) WC 120 at Sacred Heart 57 Lander 79 at Wingate 61 at USC-Aiken 81 Armstrong State 76 Coastal Carolina 53 % East Tennessee State 74 % Carson-Newman 67 at Furman 52 at Armstrong State 82 at Baptist College 58 at College of Charleston 73 at USC-Spartanburg 70 USC-Aiken 68 at Voorhees 74 Presbyterian 87 at Coastal Carolina 80 at Wofford 72 Wingate 62 Francis Marion 68 at Voorhees 74 Presbyterian 80 at Wofford 72 Wingate 62 Francis Marion 52 @ UNC Charlotte 81 @ Pembroke State 71 at Presbyterian 136 Sacred Heart 79 Newberry 89 Voorhees 79 at Francis Marion 90 Erskine 77 # at Claflin %East Tennesse State Tournament @Winthrop Invitational #SCAIAW Tournament

OPP 60 86 72 39 84 78 96 57 74 54 31 60 66 70 60 91 48 75 79 60 49 81 71 66 98 59 56

OPP 27 77 84 79 51 46 75 64 54 70 80 88 69 86 57 52 41 56 84 65 57 52 56 84 65 69 65 68 35 60 53 58 60 90

1981-82 W-16, L-14 (AIAW) WC OPP 68 Lander 79 70 at Belmont Abbey 69 88 Armstrong 74 71 Baptist 67 82 USC-Aiken 75 65 USC-Spartanburg 68 90 Columbia College 73 68 Coastal Carolina 75 69 at Armstrong State 59 79 at Wake Forest (OT) 81 63 at Baptist 58

59 at College of Charleston 57 at USC-Aiken 76 Francis Marion 83 at Presbyterian 64 at Coastal Carolina 83 Lander 80 Wofford 61 at Francis Marion 84 Erskine 67 Presbyterian 71 @ Covenant 72 @ College of Charleston 75 @ Cambpell 81 Furman 75 at Erskine 67 Belmont Abbey 63 at Newberry 67 USC-Spartanburg 76 Claflin @Winthrop Invitational

85 62 84 53 49 87 46 89 73 59 38 91 81 77 73 78 64 57 84

1982-83 W-16, L-14 (NAIA) WC 62 Lander 74 % Hampton Institute 61 % Morgan State 67 at Belmont Abbey 60 Coastal Carolina 53 at College of Charleston 66 Georgia Southern (OT) 54 at Clemson 62 at USC-Spartanburg 57 at Baptist 65 at Furman 67 Wake Forest (OT) 65 at Lander 65 High Point 57 at Coastal Carolina 88 Baptist 85 at Limestone 67 Belmont Abbey 86 at Erskine (OT) 83 Newberry 67 at East Tennessee State 69 Limestone 67 @ Gardner-Webb 70 @ College of Charleston 72 @ UNC Charlotte (OT) 61 @ Georgia Southern 63 Erskine 76 USC-Spartanburg 72 Newberry 81 Claflin % Morgan State Tournament

OPP 42 53 58 82 67 58 69 74 66 51 63 65 57 56 62 47 72 72 80 56 89 74 53 72 66 82 64 62 51 108

1983-84 WC 62 82 72 78 87 85 88 56 88 90 71 90 70 94 104 70 65 87 99 84 80 68 80 77 72 69 74 80 105 86

OPP 60 70 89 46 72 61 54 60 67 76 51 60 53 67 55 63 85 89 64 63 75 74 84 67 78 71 60 50 67 82

W-17, L-14 (NAIA) $ % % $ $ $

Limestone (OT) $at Delaware State $at Morgan State Belmont Abbey at High Point at Erskine Lander College of Charleston at Coastal Carolina at Lander Furman Baptist at Presbyterian Coastal Carolina at Baptist USC-Spartanburg at College of Charleston Erskine (OT) at Newberry @ Limestone @ Furman @ Francis Marion at Claflin Presbyterian at Wake Forest at Belmont Abbey USC-Spartanburg at Limestone Newberry Claflin

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Stephanie Morris still holds the record for most points scored in a single game with 37 against Charlotte, Mar. 1, 1986. 79 # at Erskine 95 $Forfeit due to use of an ineligible player %Morgan State Invitational @Winthrop Invitational Tournament #NAIA District 6 Play-offs 1984-85 W-16, L-14 (NAIA) WC 81 at USC-Spartanburg 79 Mars Hill 81 Lander 90 Mercer 81 at Furman 76 at Tampa 58 at Florida Southern 67 Armstrong State 68 Limestone 74 Coastal Carolina 62 at Radford 74 UNC Charlotte 76 Erskine 74 at Newberry 67 Belmont Abbey 61 College of Charleston 67 at Mars Hill 68 at Claflin 57 at Radford 71 @ Limestone 59 @ College of Charleston 56 @ UNC Asheville 63 at Belmont Abbey 60 at Coastal Carolina 63 at Limestone 98 at Columbia College 72 at Lander 73 USC-Spartanburg 80 at Erskine 80 # at College of Charleston @Winthrop Invitational #NAIA District 6 Playoffs 1985-86 W-16, L-8 (NAIA) WC 52 at USC-Spartanburg 74 at Columbia College 64 West Georgia 79 Erskine 64 Paine College 66 at UNC Charlotte 71 at Baptist College 74 at Coastal Carolina 79 Liberty University 82 at Erskine 64 at Radford 82 at UNC Asheville 84 Benedict 96 Baptist College 81 at Campbell

OPP 89 66 68 103 78 72 79 78 62 54 79 61 66 73 52 69 77 79 76 69 73 58 52 64 72 83 61 61 68 87

OPP 66 70 82 46 61 87 82 52 62 65 85 66 68 67 68


Year-By-Year Results 70 at Appalachian State 73 @ Georgia College 67 @ Campbell 52 at South Carolina State 73 Appalachian State 72 Armstrong State 70 UNC Asheville 69 Mars Hill 72 UNC Charlotte @Winthrop Invitational 1986-87 W-7, L-18 (NCAA) Big South W-5, L-8 WC 54 at Navy 75 at Maryland E.S. 55 South Carolina State 76 * at UNC Asheville 45 at Duke 58 % West Connecticut 74 % Coe College 72 at Paine 51 UNC Charlotte 80 * at Baptist College 66 * at Coastal Carolina 75 * UNC Asheville 66 * Campbell 44 * at Radford 36 at Georgia Southern 67 * at Augusta College 47 at UNC Charlotte 58 * at Campbell 68 * Coastal Carolina 54 * Augusta College 59 * Radford 52 Western Carolina 66 * Baptist 55 Appalachian State 56 # UNC Asheville *Big South Conference Game %Tangerine Tournament #Big South Tournament 1987-88 W-13, L-16 (NCAA) Big South W-5, L-7 WC 64 at William and Mary 80 at Maryland E.S. 55 Furman 65 at Western Carolina 80 Presbyterian 67 at South Carolina St. 87 at Furman 57 at Western Carolina 64 Erskine 71 * Augusta 56 * Campbell 73 * Coastal Carolina 54 Western Carolina 68 * Radford 73 * at Baptist 73 * UNC Asheville 77 East Tennessee 63 Appalachian State 62 * at Campbell 67 * at Coastal Carolina 69 at Wofford 43 * at Augusta 58 * at Radford 68 * Baptist 92 Methodist 62 * at UNC Asheville 51 at Appalachian St. 77 # UNC Asheville 63 # Radford *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1988-89 W-11, L-17 (NCAA) Big South W-6, L-6 WC 61 at Georgia Tech 65 Fordham 81 Furman 69 at Methodist 84 Liberty

68 62 64 75 85 52 55 63 78

OPP 69 73 62 79 80 63 63 82 63 91 49 54 93 67 81 78 78 74 51 53 75 62 56 86 69

OPP 80 63 68 63 61 87 91 68 53 63 76 48 64 85 75 61 63 82 78 65 51 68 87 64 49 67 104 62 86

OPP 83 79 71 45 43

65 Maryland-E.S. 68 at Central Florida 47 at South Florida 78 * Baptist 81 * Coastal Carolina (OT) 66 at East Tennessee State 73 at Liberty 57 * at Radford 58 at Furman 65 Western Carolina 74 * at UNC Asheville 75 * at Baptist 53 * at Campbell 65 at UNC Greensboro 64 * at Coastal Carolina 67 at Western Carolina 47 * Radford 65 * Augusta 72 Wofford (OT) 74 * at Campbell (2OT) 60 * at Augusta 69 * UNC Asheville 65 # Coastal Carolina *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1989-90 W-6, L-23 (NCAA) Big South W-4, L-8 WC 61 % Georgia State 64 % UT-Chattanooga 75 College of Charleston 79 at Furman 60 at Western Carolina 60 Georgia State 61 at Eastern Carolina 58 at UNC Charlotte 62 East Tennessee State 77 Baptist 59 Western Carolina 50 * at Augusta 55 at Wofford 65 * at Campbell 71 * Coastal Carolina 54 * at Radford 65 South Florida 68 * UNC Asheville 55 * at Coastal Carolina 57 Furman 51 * Radford 63 UNC Greensboro 83 * at UNC Asheville 71 * Campbell 59 * Augusta 61 at College of Charleston 76 * at Baptist 75 # UNC Asheville 46 # Radford *Big South Conference Game %Georgia State Tournament #Big South Tournament 1990-91 W-3, L-24 Big South W-2, L-10 WC 48 at South Carolina State 58 College of Charleston 71 Western Carolina 71 Furman 47 at Georgia Tech 38 UNC Charlotte 57 * Campbell 79 * Charleston Southern 57 at Western Carolina 69 * Augusta 79 at UNC Greensboro 52 * Coastal Carolina 53 East Carolina 47 * Radford 47 at Furman 59 * at Coastal Carolina 56 * Campbell 46 at North Carolina A&T 48 * at Radford 69 Wofford 63 * UNC Asheville

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43 75 88 61 90 86 76 76 81 79 59 59 56 87 57 72 82 74 64 76 47 59 73

OPP 76 77 87 72 86 63 105 74 86 59 76 76 62 74 67 71 70 69 63 72 76 73 74 72 65 78 60 60 68

OPP 66 65 83 90 124 86 82 54 76 74 95 74 84 83 98 86 71 79 77 65 79

65 Liberty 54 * at Augusta 71 * Charleston Southern 58 College of Charleston 61 # Augusta *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1991-92 W-6, L-23 (NCAA) Big South W-3, L-9 WC 74 at Western Carolina 59 South Carolina State 62 at East Carolina 61 Wake Forest 57 at UNC Charlotte 59 Furman 57 American 66 * Campbell 71 * at Coastal Carolina 55 North Carolina A&T 69 * Charleston Southern 60 Georgia State 77 * at Liberty 55 Va. Commonwealth 58 North Carolina 60 * at Charleston Southern 53 at Georgia 61 * at Campbell 83 * Coastal Carolina 77 * UNC Asheville 61 at Georgia State 72 at Furman 63 * at Radford 81 * UNC Greensboro 70 * Radford 85 Queens 69 * at UNC Asheville 66 # UNC Asheville 69 # Radford *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1992-93 W-6, L-21 (NCAA) Big South W-5, L-11 WU 71 Western Carolina 60 % Marshall 61 % East Tennessee State 59 East Carolina 64 at Queens 58 at Georgia 50 * Towson State 62 * UMBC 51 * at Liberty 72 * UNC Asheville 50 * at Charleston Southern 62 at Davidson

Carmen Thomas (1991-95)

66 70 56 69 71

OPP 63 68 94 72 80 79 69 72 57 63 66 83 78 79 116 64 85 68 73 79 91 81 80 84 80 69 82 59 97

OPP 65 76 66 86 74 108 67 57 82 64 58 64


Year-By-Year Results 63 * at Radford 43 UNC Charlotte 87 * at Towson State 46 * at UMBC 67 * at UNC Asheville 59 * Liberty 58 Furman 62 * at Coastal Carolina 46 * Campbell 48 at UNC Greensboro 74 * Radford 43 * at Campbell 72 * Coastal Carolina 87 * Charelston Southern 57 # Charleston Southern *Big South Conference Game % Marshall Invitational #Big South Tournament 1993-94 W-3, L-24 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH W-2, L-16 WU 40 at George Mason 72 Davidson 52 * at Towson State 45 * at UMBC 56 at American 39 at UNC Charlotte 52 at Furman 49 * Campbell 58 * UNC Greensboro 53 * Charleston Southern 57 * Coastal Carolina 34 at Clemson 49 * at Liberty 51 * at Radford 85 Newberry 70 * UNC Asheville 34 at North Carolina 51 * Towson State 45 * UMBC 49 * at Campbell 67 * at UNC Greensboro 56 * at Charleston Southern 73 * at Coastal Carolina 67 * Radford 61 * Liberty 67 * at UNC Asheville *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament 1994-95 W-4, L-23 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH W-3, L-13 WU 88 Limestone 62 at Davidson 41 at Old Dominion 45 at Virginia Tech 59 Appalachian State 66 Marist 71 * at Coastal Carolina 69 Furman 67 * Coastal Carolina 62 * at Charleston Southern 51 * Radford 76 * at UNC Greensboro 72 * at UNC Asheville 68 at Western Carolina 53 * at Towson State 63 * at UMBC 58 * at Radford 57 * Charleston Southern 60 * UNC Greensboro 52 * at Liberty 52 North Carolina A&T 66 * UNC Asheville 77 * Liberty (OT) 72 * Towson State (OT) 66 * UMBC 70 at East Carolina 50 # Charleston Southern *Big South Conference Game #Big South Tournament

84 90 68 78 51 62 74 82 58 88 81 75 83 67 61

OPP 104 76 57 60 79 81 65 59 68 58 61 83 58 74 46 69 85 74 48 75 84 59 76 88 67 74

OPP 47 75 78 75 97 70 84 97 61 71 84 83 81 96 63 74 92 70 68 70 63 68 71 80 59 89 69

1995-96 W 13 L 15 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-7 (5th) WU 71 Richmond 59 at North Carolina A&T 53 at Appalachian State 39 at Vanderbilt 63 East Carolina 62 at UNC Wilmington 72 vs. Canisius 54 * UMBC 55 William and Mary 89 * Chas. Southern 66 * at Radford 57 * at UNC Greensboro 77 * at UNC Asheville 75 Wofford 62 * at Liberty 63 * at Charleston Southern 60 * at Coastal Carolina 75 Western Carolina (OT) 93 * Radford 51 * at UMBC 85 * UNC Greensboro (OT) 70 * UNC Asheville 55 * Liberty 58 * Coastal Carolina 87 Wofford 81 # vs. Coastal Carolina 72 # vs. UNC Greensboro 83 # vs. Radford * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament

OPP 80 62 89 90 76 56 95 70 72 62 83 96 66 65 61 62 70 69 95 61 86 66 46 53 62 71 69 85

1996-97 W 11 L 17 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-7 (5th) WU 52 at Richmond 44 UNC Charlotte 56 at Western Carolina 64 ^ vs. Northeastern 64 ^ at Stetson 58 at William & Mary 79 Davidson 78 St. Andrews 69 * at Charleston Southern 90 * at Radford 61 Mercer 74 * UNC Greensboro 64 * UNC Asheville 68 at Wofford 49 * at Liberty 74 * Charleston Southern 55 * at UMBC 78 * at Coastal Carolina 55 at South Carolina 72 * Radford 60 * UMBC 69 * at UNC Asheville 65 * at UNC Greensboro 80 Wofford 70 * Coastal Carolina 71 * Liberty 70 * vs. UNC Asheville 50 # vs. Liberty * Big South Conference Game ^ Stetson Classic # Big South Tournament

OPP 73 74 65 78 71 62 93 40 72 110 73 68 82 67 75 60 49 83 90 75 33 63 90 60 53 66 60 63

1997-98 W 5 L 22 (NCAA) Big South 2-10 (7th) WU 92 Southern Wesleyan 59 at College Of Charleston 51 at William & Mary 64 at Ohio 73 at Cleveland State 71 Western Carolina 54 Stetson 57 at Mercer 44 at Clemson 58 at Elon 71 Belmont 67 * Coastal Carolina 77 * UNC Asheville 73 * at Liberty

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OPP 41 78 77 80 76 73 61 70 89 67 79 56 79 OT 83

58 * Radford 57 * UMBC 78 Bethune-Cookman 57 * at Charleston Southern 79 Furman 72 * Liberty 63 * at Radford 72 * Charleston Southern 71 Elon 55 * UMBC 54 * Coastal Carolina 61 * UNC Asheville 72 # vs. Radford * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament

61 62 48 58 83 77 OT 87 78 OT 47 52 56 64 OT 77

1998-99 W 11 L 16 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 4-6 (5th) WU 49 William & Mary 76 USC Spartanburg 71 South Carolina State 66 College of Charleston 54 Clemson 59 at Bethune-Cookman 57 at UNC Wilmington 61 Dartmouth 43 ^ vs. Fairfield 68 ^ vs. Long Island 52 at Belmont 53 at Tennessee State 68 * at Radford 49 * at Liberty 62 * at High Point 61 Elon 63 * at Charleston Southern 50 * Coastal Carolina 67 * at UNC Asheville 55 * Liberty 71 at Elon 73 High Point 62 * at Coastal Carolina 66 * Charleston Southern 78 * Radford 82 * UNC Asheville 61 # vs. #4 Charleston Southern * Big South Conference Game

OPP 61 57 65 81 65 63 50 75 81 53 66 66 81 64 70 49 73 65 64 84 58 65 78 58 53 46 72

1999-2000 W 9 L 19 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 4-6 (5th) WU 45 UNC Wilmington 56 Jacksonville 45 Lander 54 Catawba College 71 ^ vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 53 ^ vs. Bethune-Cookman 41 at Clemson 51 at Western Carolina 55 at South Carolina State 76 USC Aiken 39 at Kentucky 43 at Furman 58 * Coastal Carolina 68 * at Radford 58 * Liberty 63 * High Point 75 * at Elon 59 * at UNC Asheville 45 * Charleston Southern 57 * Elon 68 Newberry 57 * at High Point 77 * Radford 42 * at Liberty 49 * at Charleston Southern 40 * at Coastal Carolina 61 * UNC Asheville 55 # vs. Coastal Carolina * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

OPP 76 49 48 60 62 66 64 72 65 53 94 82 61 81 72 45 59 67 56 55 49 50 50 82 66 71 66 75


Year-By-Year Results 2000-01 W 8 L 20 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 4-10 (6th) WU 43 Western Carolina 54 at Wofford 70 ^ vs. Mount St. Maryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 44 ^ vs. Cornell 64 Mercer 67 at Georgia Southern 48 at North Carolina 87 College of Charleston 52 at Jacksonville 46 Clemson 49 * at High Point 90 Newberry 68 * Elon 63 * at Liberty 60 * Radford 54 * at Coastal Carolina 66 * at Charleston Southern 64 * UNC Asheville 48 Charlotte 62 * Liberty 73 South Carolina State 62 * at Radford 44 * High Point 64 * at Elon 61 * Charleston Southern 56 * Coastal Carolina 64 * UNC Asheville 53 # Elon * Big South Conference Game ^ Georgia Tech Tournament # Big South Tournament Game

OPP 67 72 80 59 56 88 71 64 57 79 70 55 64 74 84 75 84 56 64 69 62 56 59 81 54 58 75 67

2001-2002 W 11 L 18 BIG SOUTH 6-8 (5th) WU 62 Wofford 50 Fairleigh Dickinson 43 North Carolina 49 at Mercer 56 Charlotte 103 Peace College 43 at Clemson 72 ^ vs. Southern Illinois 58 ^ at Navy 44 * Charleston Southern 99 Newberry 57 * at Elon 52 Birmingham-Southern 78 Gardner-Webb 53 * at Radford 64 * Liberty 89 * at High Point 65 * Coastal Carolina 61 * at UNC Asheville 75 * Elon 59 * Radford 52 at Birmingham-Southern 59 * at Liberty 81 * High Point 58 * at Charleston Southern 84 * at Coastal Carolina 82 * UNC Asheville 54 # vs. (3) Radford 56 # vs. (7) Coastal Carolina * Big South Conference Game ^ Navy Tournament # Big South Tournament Game

OPP 78 62 84 62 68 47 86 65 73 57 44 66 55 60 56 74 85 OT 56 71 84 69 72 76 75 52 67 62 50 58

2002-03 W 10 L 18 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 5-9 (T-6th) WU 78 Southern Virginia 71 ^ at Air Force 71 ^ vs. New Orleans 51 at Gardner-Webb 52 at Clemson 59 Davidson 83 Converse 66 at College of Charleston 65 Ohio 67 * Elon 57 * Liberty 50 * Radford 43 at Birmingham-Southern 71 * at Coastal Carolina

OPP 37 78 64 54 90 76 49 85 77 61 67 61 66 78 OT

49 * at Charleston Southern 74 Savannah State 64 * UNC Asheville 56 * at High Point 72 at Morris Brown 39 * at Elon 63 Birmingham-Southern 59 * at Radford 87 * Coastal Carolina 71 * Charleston Southern 66 * High Point 35 * at Liberty 64 * at UNC Asheville 61 # at (2) Elon * Big South Conference Game ^ Air Force Tournament # Big South Tournament Game 2003-04 W 5 L 22 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 2-12 (8th) WU 127 Southern Virginia 70 Chicago State 49 ^ at James Madison 61 ^ vs. Bucknell 72 Wingate 57 at Davidson 58 at Mercer 71 Mercer 66 at Ohio 65 at Akron 57 College of Charleston 40 * at High Point 47 * UNC Asheville 45 * at Birmingham-Southern 66 * Coastal Carolina 69 * at Charleston Southern 46 Bethune-Cookman 47 * at Liberty 58 * Radford 62 * at UNC Asheville 62 * Birmingham-Southern 60 * at Coastal Carolina 56 * Charleston Southern 40 * at Radford 44 * Liberty 57 * High Point 47 # at (1) Liberty * Big South Conference Game ^ James Madison Tournament # Big South Tournament Game

62 61 47 55 60 62 67 OT 61 OT 81 OT 69 72 53 62 73

OPP 54 71 80 68 64 72 64 61 96 74 71 74 64 58 60 70 59 79 77 78 61 78 73 65 79 82 81

Iva Milevoj (2004-06) Led the Big South in assists per game in 2005-06 at 6.2

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2004-05 W 2 L 26 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 0-14 (8th) WU 45 + at Longwood 42 + vs. Fairleigh-Dickinson 52 $ at UNC Greensboro 51 $ vs. South Carolina State 55 Maryland-Eastern Shore 61 & at Brown 52 & vs. Bowling Green 63 Campbell 54 at Tennessee Tech 59 at Tennessee State 44 Alabama A&M 46 Austin Peay 29 at #4 North Carolina 52 * High Point 33 * UNC Asheville 46 * Coastal Carolina 43 * at Charleston Southern 46 * at Birmingham-Southern 44 * at Radford 50 * Liberty 45 * at Coastal Carolina 42 * Charleston Southern 45 * Birmingham-Southern 48 * at UNC Asheville 50 * Radford 26 * at Liberty 50 * at High Point 36 # vs. (1) Liberty + Lancer Invitational $ UNCG Tournament & Bear Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game 2005-06 W 14 L 15 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-7 (T-3rd) WU 48 North Florida 42 at South Carolina 47 Appalachian State 64 at Campbell 73 Livingstone College 57 at Charlotte 66 Norfolk State 51 at Clemson 60 at IPFW 64 at Austin Peay 56 Wofford 67 Longwood 60 Tennessee State 69 * at Birmingham-Southern 54 * UNC Asheville 44 * at Liberty 65 * at Radford 72 * Charleston Southern 51 * at High Point 51 * Coastal Carolina 57 * Birmingham-Southern 47 * at UNC Asheville 49 * Radford 51 * Liberty 58 * at Charleston Southern 54 * at Coastal Carolina 64 * High Point 55 # (5) Radford 45 # at (1) Liberty * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game 2006-07 W 6 L 26 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 2-12 (8th) WU 83 & vs. Memphis 45 & at #21 Louisville 42 & vs. Dayton 40 $ vs. Binghamton 70 $ at Florida Atlantic 48 Davidson 45 Kennesaw State 61 at Appalachian State 51 at Wofford 54 at North Carolina State 63 South Carolina State 57 at Wake Forest 53 Tulane

OPP 76 66 62 56 62 69 74 58 73 50 55 49 79 55 52 52 59 69 60 74 53 54 58 54 88 79 77 83

OPP 73 73 64 79 56 59 42 52 44 79 44 58 55 59 51 56 60 43 57 63 63 49 51 61 50 44 60 44 53

OPP 60 69 55 53 67 66 71 84 77 65 49 65 58


Year-By-Year Results 54 30 45 47 65 38 42 63 55 54 65 52 74 55 71 52 49 57 53

IPFW at South Carolina at Charlotte * UNC Asheville * at Birmingham-Southern * at Radford * at Liberty * High Point * Coastal Carolina * at Charleston Southern * Radford * Liberty * at UNC Asheville * Birmingham-Southern * Charleston Southern * at Coastal Carolina * at High Point # vs. (1) High Point # vs. (4) UNC Asheville

65 75 65 60 54 65 69 74 60 65 68 77 89 65 47 67 57 50 64

& Louisville Cardinal Classic $ Florida Atlantic Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game 2007-08 W 20 L 12 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-5 (3rd) WU 77 $ North Texas 47 $ Navy 54 $ Rice 70 at South Carolina State 52 at Tulane 66 + at East Carolina 50 + vs. Jacksonville 68 at Norfolk State 63 at Davidson 45 Johnson C. Smith 67 Georgia State 42 at Wichita State 56 at George Mason 45 at Charlotte 69 at Longwood 76 Converse College 78 USC Upstate 66 Presbyterian 68 * at High Point 75 * Charleston Southern 47 * Coastal Carolina 51 * at Liberty 75 * at UNC Asheville 57 * Radford 77 * at Charleston Southern 65 * High Point 66 * at Coastal Carolina 56 * Liberty 54 * at Radford 60 * UNC Asheville 76 # vs. (6) Charleston Southern 44 # vs. (2) Radford $ Winthrop/adidas Classic + Lady Pirate Invitational * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

OPP 56 33 63 OT 58 63 61 49 63 68 65 57 66 67 82 60 52 42 48 67 66 52 76 54 65 53 47 52 52 67 63 41 50

2008-09 W 16 L 16 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 9-7 (3rd) WU 40 & Davidson 62 & North Carolina A&T 67 Newberry 68 at Clemson 43 + at #25 Xavier 54 + vs. UT Martin 58 George Mason 27 ^ vs. #25 Georgia Tech 46 ^ vs. Memphis 43 Campbell 47 * at Presbyterian 61 Johnson C. Smith 51 * Liberty 50 * Radford 34 * Coastal Carolina 55 * High Point 53 * at Gardner-Webb 42 at Georgia State 56 * at UNC Asheville 72 * at Charleston Southern 77 * Presbyterian 73 Longwood 63 * at Radford 48 * at Liberty 62 * Gardner-Webb 62 * at High Point 76 * at Coastal Carolina 72 * UNC Asheville 57 * Charleston Southern 67 # (5) Coastal Carolina 42 # (1) Liberty 45 $ Georgetown

OPP 61 60 55 76 66 49 42 65 52 54 35 38 55 54 51 54 54 73 47 64 48 50 49 63 65 73 68 58 46 48 61 73

& Winthrop/Hilton Garden Inn Classic + Xavier Thanksgiving Tournament ^ Bahamas Sunsplash Shootout $ WNIT (Postseason) * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game 2009-10 W 13 L 18 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 7-9 (T-5th) WU 30 ^ at #19 Georgia Tech 58 Coker 46 & at Towson 41 & vs. Chicago State 72 $ vs. Utah Valley 41 $ at Montana State 62 USC Aiken 73 Augusta State 51 + vs. Virginia Commonwealth 53 at North Carolina State 66 at Campbell 49 Mercer 57 * Presbyterian College 38 * at Liberty 48 * at Radford 60 * at High Point 57 * at Coastal Carolina 62 * Gardner-Webb 51 at Longwood

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OPP 63 47 56 45 59 60 53 50 65 66 60 58 40 67 57 69 59 85 62

44 58 43 57 56 18 39 56 47 73 62 65

* * *

UNC Asheville Charleston Southern at Presbyterian College North Carolina Central * Radford * Liberty * at Gardner-Webb * High Point * Coastal Carolina * at UNC Asheville * at Charleston Southern # at (3) High Point

38 48 48 39 52 52 57 50 39 66 66 OT 68 OT

^ Preseason WNIT (Atlanta, GA) & Preseason WNIT (Towson, MD) $ Wingate Thanksgiving Classic (Bozeman, MT) + Game played in Fort Mill, SC (Old Bobcats Training Center) * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game 2010-11 W 13 L 18 (NCAA) BIG SOUTH 5-11 (T-6th) WU 50 $ Belmont 56 $ North Carolina A&T 49 at Virginia Commonwealth 49 Davidson 40 Lander 62 at North Carolina Central 48 at Virginia Tech 16 Southern Poly State Tech 54 & vs. Maine 50 & vs. Youngstown State 93 Southern Wesleyan 58 Colorado State 75 * Charleston Southern 42 * Gardner-Webb 65 * Radford 40 * Presbyterian College 71 * at UNC Asheville 49 * at High Point 33 * Liberty 29 * Coastal Carolina 54 Longwood 64 * at Coastal Carolina 38 * at Liberty 56 * at Presbyterian College 47 * at Radford 45 * High Point 61 * UNC Asheville 46 * at Gardner-Webb 55 * at Charleston Southern 59 # (2) Radford 44 # (3) Gardner-Webb $ Winthrop Classic & Stetson Hatter Holiday Classic * Big South Conference Game # Big South Tournament Game

OPP 59 81 59 40 70 60 53 53 51 46 46 56 53 45 55 55 64 64 70 48 46 48 72 47 69 57 66 62 70 38 59


The Big South Conference

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Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 13 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new levels. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and has solidified Conference membership with the additions of High Point, GardnerWebb and Presbyterian, and in 2011-12, the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 600 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had two individual National Champions, more than 200 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor

KYLE KY YLE K KALLANDER ALLA AL LAND LA NDER ND ER Commissioner

JAMES COMPANION Assoc. Commissioner

MARK BRYANT Director of New Media

DAWN TURNER Assoc. Commissioner

MARK SIMPSON Asst. Commissioner for Public Relations

CHAD CH AD COOK COO OOK K Director of Marketing

NIC BOWMAN Asst. Director for Public Relations

track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship four times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team three consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships – the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event. In 2006-07 alone, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an atlarge participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed three out of the last five years, while its FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s onfield accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic All-Americans in its quarter-century of existence.

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Liberty Favored To Win Again For the 14th time in the last 15 seasons, the Lady Flames are the preseason women’s basketball favorite, as Liberty was a near-unanimous pick with 19 of the 20 first-place votes and 199 out of a possible 200 points. Liberty welcomes back four starters from last year’s 22-11 regular-season championship squad and WNIT participant. High Point was voted second with 160 points and collected the remaining first-place vote, while Radford was picked third with 157 points. GardnerWebb, last season’s Big South Tournament champion after defeating Liberty in the Conference title game for the first time to advance to the NCAAs, was voted fourth this year with 143

points. Winthrop was predicted to finish fifth (94 points), while new member Campbell claimed the sixth spot in the poll with 77 points. Charleston Southern was seventh (75 points), followed by Coastal Carolina (eighth, 68 points), Presbyterian College (ninth, 67 points) and UNC Asheville (10th, 60 points). Again this season, PC is eligible for the women’s basketball regular-season crown but will not participate in the Conference tournament as its completes its final year of transitioning to Division I.

PLAYERS TO WATCH NOT ON THE PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM Erin Reynolds, 5-3, G, Jr., High Point Cheyenne Parker, 6-4, C, So., High Point Diana Choibekova, 5-11, G, Jr., Winthrop Lindsey Thompson, 5-8, G, Sr., Asheville Kelli Riles, 6-1, F, R-Jr., Asheville Mariah Pietrowski, C, 6-2, Jr., Presbyterian Ashley Buckhannon, G, 5-9, Jr., Radford Tonisha Baker, G, 5-8, Jr., Campbell Lakeitha Alston, F, 6-0, Jr., Charleston Sou. Rachell Coward, F, 6-0, Jr., Charleston Sou. Olivia Irick, G, 5-7, Sr., Coastal Carolina Jasmine Dale, G, 5-8, So., Gardner-Webb

Head Coaches and SIDs PreSeason Poll School 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

Liberty (13) 190 High Point (1) 10 Radford -Gardner-Webb -Winthrop -Campbell -Charleston Sou. -Coastal Carolina -Presbyterian Col. -UNC Asheville --

9 54 72 36 9 ------

-48 40 48 8 16 -----

-42 35 21 14 7 7 14 ---

-6 6 24 12 12 24 6 24 6

---10 30 -5 25 5 25

--4 4 4 24 12 4 24 4

----12 6 21 9 -12

----4 10 4 4 10 8

Pre-Season All-Conference Team *Avery Warley Liberty (R-Sr., 6-3, F) Devon Brown Liberty (R-Jr., 5-10, G/F) Dequesha McClanahan Winthrop (So., 5-8, G) Shamia Brown High Point (Sr., 5-11, F) Da’Naria Erwin Spencer Radford (Jr., 5-5, G) * Preseason Player of the Year 74

10th Total ----1 2 2 6 4 5

199 160 157 143 94 77 75 68 67 60


All-Time Regular Season Big South Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1986-87 Campbell Radford# Augusta Winthrop UNCA Char. Sou. Coastal

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

1987-88 Campbell Radford# Winthrop Augusta UNCA Char. Sou. Coastal

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

1988-89 Radford Campbell# Coastal Augusta Winthrop UNCA Char. Sou.

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

1989-90 Radford# Campbell Augusta UNCA Winthrop Coastal Char. Sou.

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

1990-91 Campbell Radford# Augusta Coastal UNCA Winthrop Char. Sou.

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

1991-92 Radford# Campbell Liberty UNCA Coastal Winthrop Char. Sou.

1992-93 1. UNCG* 2. Campbell 3. Radford# 4. Liberty 5. Towson St. 6. UMBC 7. Coastal 8. Char. Sou. 9. Winthrop 10. UNCA 1993-94 1. UNCG 2. Radford# 3. UMBC 4. Towson St. 5. Campbell 6. Coastal 7. Liberty 8. UNCA 9. Char. Sou. 10. Winthrop 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1994-95 UNCG Towson St. Radford# UMBC Coastal UNCA Liberty Char. Sou. Winthrop

Conference Record Pct. 10-4 .714 11-1 .917 8-4 .667 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 4-8 .333 0-12 .000 Conference Record Pct. 11-1 .917 11-1 .917 5-7 .417 5-7 .417 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 3-9 .250 Conference Record Pct. 12-0 1.00 7-5 .583 6-6 .500 7-5 .583 6-6 .500 3-9 .250 1-11 .083 Conference Record Pct. 12-0 1.00 8-4 .667 8-4 .667 6-6 .500 4-8 .333 3-9 .250 1-11 .083 Conference Record Pct. 12-0 1.00 8-4 .667 8-4 .667 6-6 .500 6-6 .500 2-10 .166 0-12 .000 Conference Record Pct. 11-1 .916 10-2 .833 7-5 .583 5-7 .416 3-9 .250 3-9 .250 2-10 .166 Conference Record Pct. 14-2 .875 11-5 .687 12-4 .750 10-6 .625 10-6 .625 10-6 .625 8-8 .500 6-10 .375 5-11 .312 0-16 .000 Conference Record Pct. 13-5 .722 12-6 .666 12-6 .666 11-7 .611 11-7 .611 10-8 .555 10-8 .555 5-13 .277 4-14 .222 2-16 .111 Conference Record Pct. 14-2 .875 13-3 .813 10-6 .625 8-8 .500 7-9 .438 7-9 .438 5-11 .313 5-11 .313 3-13 .187

Overall Record 17-13 18-12 15-11 7-18 6-20 6-20 0-24 Overall Record 23-5 21-8 13-16 11-14 11-14 8-19 7-19 Overall Record 25-7 17-11 14-14 11-14 11-17 7-19 2-27 Overall Record 20-9 14-14 13-16 10-17 6-23 4-24 1-26 Overall Record 22-7 13-17 11-18 9-19 8-19 3-24 0-28 Overall Record 20-9 18-10 12-17 7-20 7-20 6-23 2-26 Overall Record 19-10 16-10 17-11 16-12 12-16 11-16 11-17 10-18 6-21 0-27 Overall Record 17-12 18-12 15-13 17-11 16-11 14-14 13-14 8-20 5-22 3-24 Overall Record 21-10 15-13 15-15 12-15 12-16 10-17 7-20 8-20 4-23

Pct. .557 .600 .577 .280 .231 .231 .000 Pct. .821 .724 .448 .440 .440 .296 .269 Pct. .781 .607 .500 .440 .393 .269 .069 Pct. .690 .500 .448 .370 .207 .143 .037 Pct. .758 .433 .379 .321 .296 .111 .000 Pct. .689 .642 .413 .259 .259 .206 .071 Pct. .655 .615 .607. .571 .428 .407 .392 .357 .222 .000 Pct. .586 .600 .535 .607 .592 .500 .481 .285 .185 .111 Pct. .677 .535 .500 .444 .428 .370 .259 .285 .148

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. ^ ^ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ^ ^ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 8. & 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Conference Overall Record Pct. Record Pct. 12-2 .857 17-10 .629 10-4 .714 17-12 .586 9-5 .642 12-15 .444 7-7 .500 13-15 .464 7-7 .500 10-17 .370 5-9 .357 11-17 .392 4-10 .285 6-21 .222 2-12 .142 5-22 .185 Conference Overall 1996-97 Record Pct. Record Pct. UNCG 13-1 .928 20-9 .690 Liberty# 9-5 .642 22-7 .759 UNCA 8-6 .571 14-13 .519 Char. Sou. 8-6 .571 12-14 .462 Radford 7-7 .500 12-16 .429 Winthrop 7-7 .500 11-17 .393 Coastal 3-11 .214 7-20 .259 UMBC 1-13 .071 4-23 .148 Conference Overall 1997-98 Record Pct. Record Pct. Liberty# 12-0 1.000 28-1 .966 Radford 10-2 .833 14-14 .500 Coastal 5-7 .416 9-18 .333 Char. Sou. 5-7 .416 12-16 .429 UNCA 4-8 .333 7-21 .250 UMBC 4-8 .333 7-20 .259 Winthrop 2-10 .166 5-22 .185 High Point 0-0 .000 21-4 .840 Elon 0-0 .000 12-15 .444 Conference Overall 1998-99 Record Pct. Record Pct. Liberty# 9-1 .900 21-7 .750 Coastal 6-4 .600 18-10 .643 Radford 5-5 .500 11-17 .393 Char. Sou. 4-6 .400 18-10 .643 Winthrop 4-6 .400 11-16 .410 UNCA 2-8 .200 5-23 .179 High Point 0-0 .000 10-17 .370 Elon 0-0 .000 4-23 .148 Conference Overall 1999-00 Record Pct. Record Pct. Liberty# 12-2 .857 23-7 .767 Coastal 9-5 .643 20-10 .667 Radford 9-5 .643 11-17 .393 UNCA 8-6 .571 9-17 .429 Elon 6-8 .429 14-15 .483 Winthrop 5-9 .357 9-19 .321 Char. Sou. 4-10 .286 8-18 .333 High Point 3-11 .214 6-22 .214 Conference Overall 2000-01 Record Pct. Record Pct. Liberty# 12-2 .857 18-12 .600 Elon 8-6 .571 16-14 .533 Char. Sou. 8-6 .571 15-14 .517 High Point 8-6 .571 14-15 483 Coastal 8-6 .571 14-13 .519 Radford 5-9 .357 10-18 .357 Winthrop 4-10 .286 8-20 .286 UNCA 3-11 .214 6-21 .222 Conference Overall 2001-02 Record Pct. Record Pct. #Liberty 13-1 .929 23-8 .742 Elon 10-4 .714 15-13 .536 Radford 8-6 .571 11-16 .407 High Point 7-7 .500 13-15 .464 Char. Sou. 6-8 .429 12-16 .429 Winthrop 6-8 .429 11-18 .379 Coastal 5-9 .357 11-18 .379 UNCA 1-13 .071 1-27 .036 Conference Overall 2002-03 Record Pct. Record Pct. #Liberty 14-0 1.000 26-4 .867 Elon 11-3 .786 19-10 .655 High Point 8-6 .571 18-12 .600 Char. Sou. 7-7 .500 13-15 .464 Coastal 6-8 .429 13-15 .464 Radford 5-9 .357 10-18 .357 Winthrop 5-9 .357 10-18 .357 UNCA 0-14 .000 3-25 .107 Birm-Sou. 0-0 .000 16-10 .615 Conference Overall 2003-04 Record Pct. Record Pct. Liberty 14-0 1.000 25-7 .781 UNC Asheville 9-5 .643 19-9 .679 High Point 8-6 .571 14-14 .500 Radford 7-7 .500 15-14 .517 Char. Sou. 7-7 .500 11-17 .393 1995-96 UNCG Radford# UMBC Winthrop Coastal Char. Sou. UNCA Liberty

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6. Coastal 7. Birm-Sou. 8. Winthrop

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

6-8 .429 3-11 .214 2-12 .143 Conference 2004-05 Record Pct. Liberty# 13-1 .929 High Point 11-3 .786 UNCA 8-6 .571 Birm-Sou. 7-7 .500 Char. Sou. 7-7 .500 Radford 6-8 .429 Coastal 4-10 .286 Winthrop 0-14 .000 Conference 2005-06 Record Pct. Liberty# 13-1 .929 High Point 9-5 .643 Coastal 7-7 .500 Winthrop 7-7 .500 Radford 7-7 .500 UNC Asheville 6-8 .429 Birm-Sou. 6-8 .429 Char. Sou. 1-13 .071 Conference 2006-07 Record Pct. High Point 11-3 .786 Radford 10-4 .714 Liberty 10-4 .714 UNC Asheville# 9-5 .643 Coastal Carolina 9-5 .643 Birm-Sou. 3-11 .214 Char. Sou. 2-12 .143 Winthrop 2-12 .143 Conference 2007-08 Record Pct. Liberty# 11-1 .917 Radford 8-4 .667 Winthrop 7-5 .583 High Point 6-6 .500 Coastal Carolina 4-8 .333 UNC Asheville 3-9 .250 Charleston Sou. 3-9 .250 Conference 2008-09 Record Pct. Liberty# 15-1 .938 High Point 10-6 .625 Winthrop 9-7 .563 Radford 9-7 .563 Coastal Carolina 8-8 .500 Gardner-Webb 7-9 .438 UNC Asheville 7-9 .438 Charleston Sou. 6-10 .375 Presbyterian 1-15 .063

13-15 13-17 5-22 Overall Record 26-7 17-12 18-12 13-15 13-15 12-16 9-18 2-26 Overall Record 25-6 20-10 18-10 14-15 14-14 15-13 12-16 7-21 Overall Record 18-12 20-11 19-12 21-12 18-11 8-22 10-20 6-26 Overall Record 28-4 23-12 20-12 15-15 16-12 12-18 8-22 Overall Record 24-9 15-16 16-16 10-18 16-14 17-15 10-20 12-18 4-25

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

Conference 2009-10 Record Pct. Gardner-Webb 15-1 .938 Liberty# 14-2 .875 High Point 9-7 .562 Charleston Sou. 9-7 .562 Coastal Carolina 7-9 .438 Winthrop 7-9 .438 Radford 5-11 .312 Presbyterian 3-13 .188 UNC Asheville 3-13 .188

Overall Record 28-5 27-6 17-14 17-14 17-13 13-18 6-22 5-25 8-22

Pct. .848 .818 .548 .548 .567 .419 .214 .167 .267

1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 9.

Conference 2010-11 Record Pct. Liberty 14-2 .875 Radford 11-5 .688 Gardner-Webb# 11-5 .688 High Point 9-7 .563 Charleston Sou. 8-8 .500 UNC Asheville 5-11 .313 Winthrop 5-11 .313 Presbyterian 5-11 .313 Coastal Carolina 4-12 .250

Overall Record 22-11 14-16 23-11 16-15 14-16 12-18 13-18 9-20 10-19

Pct. .667 .467 .676 .516 .467 .400 .419 .310 .345

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

.464 .433 .185 Pct. .788 .586 .600 .464 .464 .429 .333 .071 Pct. .806 .667 .643 .483 .500 .536 .429 .250 Pct. .600 .645 .613 .636 .621 .267 .333 .188 Pct. .875 .657 .625 .500 .571 .400 .267 Pct. .727 .484 .500 .357 .533 .531 .333 .400 .138

# Big South Tournament winner and conference champion *UNC Greensboro played a designated conference schedule ^ Official Conference members Fall 1999 & Official Conference member Fall 2003


Big South Records/Yearly Honors INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE GAME RECORDS MOST POINTS: 42-by Stephanie Howard, Radford vs. CSU, 2-21-87 MOST FGM: 17-by Stephanie Howard, Radford vs. CSU, 2-21-87, 17-Katie Feenstra, Liberty vs. Winthrop, 2-3-04 BEST FG%: 100%-(7-7) by Zandrique Cason, Liberty vs. Radford, 2-26-00 MOST FTM: 19-by Regina McKeithan, Campbell vs. Winthrop, Jan. 27, 1987 MOST FTA: 22-by Jody Wingrove, Winthrop vs. Coastal Carolina, 1-27-90; Nikki Reddick, Coastal, vs. High Point, 1-12-02; Roz Groce, Radford, vs. Delaware St., 12-8-90 BEST FT%: 100%-(16-16) by Chrissy Kelly, Chas. Southern vs. UMBC, Jan. 16, 1993 MOST 3 PT FGM: 10-by Nikki Reddick, Coastal, at Winthrop, 2-15-03

MOST 3 PT FGA: 22-by Nikki Reddick, Coastal, at Winthrop, 2-15-03 BEST 3 PT FG%: 100%- (5-5) four players MOST REBOUNDS: 23-by Jennifer Grant, Radford vs. Coastal Carolina, 2-5-00 MOST ASSISTS: 18-by Yolanda Brown, CSU vs. UNCA, 2-12-86; Karen Bowles, Radford vs. Campbell, 1-25-88 MOST STEALS: 10-by Tanya Belair, Towson State vs. Winthrop, Dec. 17, 1993 MOST BLOCKS: 10-by Tammy Jones, Winthrop vs. Coastal Carolina, 2-11-93

BIG SOUTH INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS MOST POINTS: 693-Tammy Brown, Campbell, 1990-91 MOST FGM: 269-Tammy Brown, Campbell, 1990-91

BEST FG PCT: .671-Katie Feenstra, Liberty, 2004-05 MOST FTM: 185-Chrissy Kelly, Charleston Southern, 1995-96 MOST FTA: 238-Nikki Reddick, Coastal, 2001-02 BEST FT PCT.: .901-Tracey DeLong, CSU, 1995-96 MOST 3-PT FGM: 91-Loretta Lawson, Elon, 1999-2000 MOST 3-PT FGA: 286-Loretta Lawson, Elon, 1999-2000 MOST BLOCKED SHOTS: 92-Kelli Darden, Radford, 2007-08 MOST STEALS: 121-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1987-88 BEST SCORING AVG: 23.9-Tammy Brown, Campbell, 1990-91 BEST REBOUND AVG: 11.5-Kate Sanford, CSU, 1998-99 BEST ASSIST AVG: 7.4-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1986-87 BEST STEALS AVG: 4.3-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1987-88

Big South Honors

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

Player of the Year Regina McKeithan Campbell Stephanie Howard Radford Stephanie Howard Radford Tammy Brown Campbell Tammy Brown Campbell Laurie Hood Campbell Patrinda Toney Radford Tammy Crown Radford Vickie Henson UNCG Trinette Tucker Towson St. Chrissy Kelly Charleston So. Vicki Giffin UNCA Elena Kisseleva Liberty Elena Kisseleva Liberty Sharon Wilkerson Liberty Brooke Weisbrod Coastal Car. Holly Andrews Elon Katie Feenstra Liberty Katie Feenstra Liberty Katie Feenstra Liberty Katie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dell High Point Megan Frazee Liberty Megan Frazee Liberty Megan Frazee Liberty Margaret Roundtree Gardner-Webb Katie Tull Charleston So.

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Tournament MVP Stephanie Howard Radford Regina McKeithan Campbell Denise Ford Campbell Karen Bowles Radford Roz Grace Radford Patrinda Toney Radford Shannan Wilkey Radford Shannan Wilkey Radford Alisa Moore UNCG Anne Cox Winthrop Elena Kisseleva Liberty Emily Hill UNCA

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Elena Kisseleva Elena Kisseleva Michelle Fricke Nikki Reddick Katie Feenstra Katie Feenstra Katie Feenstra Allyson Fasnacht Amanda Elder Megan Frazee Megan Frazee Devon Brown Dominique Hudson

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Rookie of the Year Tara McMinn UNCA Shannan Wilkey Radford Angie Johnson Liberty Chrissy Kelly Charleston So. Vicki Giffin UNCA Katherine Kitchin Winthrop Kim Hairston Radford Elena Kisseleva Liberty Brooke Weisbrod Coastal Car. Katie LaRue Charleston So. Michelle Fricke Liberty Nicki Fauntleroy High Point Kristal Tharp Liberty Kristal Hood UNCA Brittany Hendley UNCA Corrie Fertitta Radford Ashley Fann Winthrop Kyla Jones Coastal Car. Mackenzie Maier High Point Shamia Brown High Point Mariah Pietrowski Presbyterian Col. Dequesha McClanahan Winthrop

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Liberty Liberty Liberty Coastal Car. Liberty Liberty Liberty Liberty UNCA Liberty Liberty Liberty Gardner-Webb

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Coach of the Year Lowell Barnhart Augusta Wanda Watkins Campbell Charlene Curtis Radford Gina Markland Coastal Car. Charlene Curtis Radford Wanda Watkins Campbell L. Lichonczak Radford Lynne Agee UNCG Rick Reeves Liberty Kathy Solano UMBC Ellen Fitzke Towson St. Robin Muller Winthrop Rick Reeves Liberty Rick Reeves Liberty Alan LaForce Coastal Car. Carey Green Liberty Fred Francello Charleston So. Joe Ellenburg High Point Kristen Holt Radford Carey Green Liberty Betsy Blose UNCA Tooey Loy High Point Carey Green Liberty Tooey Loy High Point Carey Green Liberty Carey Green Liberty Rick Reeves Gardner-Webb Tajama Ngongba Radford Defensive Player of the Year Kelli Darden Radford Johnette Walker Radford Amanda Stull Coastal Car. Avery Warley Liberty


Big South Tournament Records BIG SOUTH INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

MOST REBOUNDS:

17.2% by Coastal vs. Liberty, 2002

MOST POINTS:

Game: 22-Karen Bowles, Radford, 1990

MOST FREE THROW MADE:

Game: 39-Nikki Reddick, Coastal vs. CSU, 2003 Tournament: 90-Regina McKeithan, Campbell, 1988 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE: Game: 14-Katie Feenstra, Liberty vs. Radford 2004 Tournament: 34-Regina McKeithan, Campbell, 1988 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: Game: 31-Regina McKeithan, Campbell 1988 vs. CSU Tournament: 71-Regina McKeithan,

1988

WORST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:

vs. Campbell

31 (of 36) by UNCG vs. Towson, 1993; 31

Tournament: 42-Denise Ford, Campbell, 1988

(49) Radford vs. Liberty, 1994 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED:

MOST ASSISTS:

49 by Radford vs. Liberty, 1994

Game: 13-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1988

BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE:

vs. Radford

100% by Coastal (8-8) vs. Augusta, 1990

Tournament: 33-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1988

WORST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE: 36.4% by Winthrop (4-11) vs. UNCA,

MOST STEALS:

1987

Game: 8-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1987 vs. Coastal

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: 14 by Coastal (of 18) vs. CSU, 2003

Tournament: 14-Julie Skinner, Campbell,

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED:

1988, 14-Julie Skinner, Campbell, 1987

27 by CSU (3 made) vs. Elon, 2001

BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE:

MOST BLOCKS:

MOST REBOUNDS:

100% (9-9) Lynn Smith, Coastal, 1989

Game: 6- Jill Hilton, Radford, 1991 vs.CSU

61 by Winthrop vs. UNCA, 1992

MOST FREE THROWS MADE:

Tournament: 13-Jill Hilton, Radford, 1991

61 by Radford vs. CSU, 1991

BIG SOUTH TOURNAMENT TEAM RECORDS

LARGEST REBOUND MARGIN:

Campbell, 1988

Game: 16-Elena Kisseleva, Liberty vs. UNCG, 1997 Tournament: 28-Elena Kisseleva, Liberty, 1997 MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED: Game: 24-by Debbie Born, Augusta vs Radford, 1991 Tournament: 31-Debbie Born, Augusta, 1991 BEST FREE THROWS PERCENTAGE: 100% (8-8) Shannan Wilkey, Radford 1993 vs. Liberty MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE: Game: 8-Nikki Reddick, Coastal, 2003 at Charleston Southern Tournament: 11-Alison Bach, Coastal,

28, Liberty (55) vs. Birmingham-Southern (27), 2004

MOST POINTS: 100 by Radford vs. Campbell (81), 1988

MOST PERSONAL FOULS: 35 by Liberty vs. Radford, 1994

FEWEST POINTS: 33 by Coastal vs. Liberty (57), 2002 LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN: 44, by UNCG vs. Liberty (84-40), 1996 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE: 42 by Radford (of 82) vs. Coastal, 1989 42 by Radford (of 69) vs. Campbell, 1988 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: 86 by Campbell (39 made) vs. CSU, 1988 BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 62.7% by UNCA vs. UNCG, 1994

2000; Nikki Reddick, Coastal, 2003 MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: Game: 15-Holly Bottar, Coastal, 1991 vs. Campbell Tournament: 31-Alison Bach, Coastal, 2000 BEST 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE: 71.4% (5-7) Stephanie Howard, Radford,

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MOST ASSISTS: 28 by Radford vs. Campbell, 1988 MOST STEALS: 22 by Coastal vs. UNCA, 1993 22 by Radford vs. Winthrop, 1990 MOST TURNOVERS: 30 by UNCA vs. Coastal, 1993 FEWEST TURNOVERS: 7 by Radford vs. Coastal, 1989 7 by Towson State vs. Liberty, 1995


2011-12 Big South Composite Schedule Friday, Nov. 11 Southern Virginia at Coastal Carolina, 5:00pm Presbyterian College at Charlotte, 5:00pm High Point at Virginia Commonwealth, 7:00pm Furman at Charleston Southern, 7:00pm Liberty at UNC Greensboro, 7:00pm Saturday, Nov. 12 Gardner-Webb at North Carolina, 1:00pm Winston-Salem State at UNC Asheville, 2:00pm Eastern Mennonite at Radford, 3:00pm Montreat College at Campbell, 6:00pm Southern Wesleyan at Charleston Southern, 7:00 pm Sunday, Nov. 13 Winthrop at Troy, 2:00pm Monday, Nov. 14 College of Charleston at Coastal Carolina,7:00pm Charleston Southern at Western Carolina, 7:00pm Tuesday, Nov. 15 Virginia Commonwealth at Liberty, 7:00pm Furman at Presbyterian College, 7:00pm Kennesaw State at Gardner-Webb, 7:00pm Wednesday, Nov. 16 Winston-Salem State at Radford, 7:00pm UNC Asheville at Western Carolina, 7:00pm High Point at Virginia, 7:00pm Thursday, Nov. 17 Allen University at Presbyterian College, 5:30pm Campbell at North Carolina Central, 6:00pm Friday, Nov. 18 Bradley at Winthrop, 6:00pm Davidson at High Point, 7:00pm Liberty at North Carolina A&T, 7:00pm Saturday, Nov. 19 Western Carolina at Campbell, 1:00pm St. Andrews College at Coastal Carolina, 2:00pm Presbyterian College at South Carolina State, 2:00pm Montreat College at UNC Asheville, 2:00pm Niagara at Winthrop, 3:00pm USC Upstate at Radford, 3:00pm Appalachian State at Gardner-Webb, 3:00pm Voorhees at Charleston Southern, 6:00pm Sunday, Nov. 20 Longwood at High Point, 2:00pm Stetson at Winthrop, 3:00pm Monday, Nov. 21 Gardner-Webb at Davidson, 6:00pm UNC Asheville at Furman, 7:00pm UNC Greensboro at Radford, 7:00pm Tuesday, Nov. 22 Longwood at CAMPBELL, 3:00pm Bluefield at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 7:00pm Virginia-Wise at LIBERTY, 7:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at North Carolina, 7:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at Western Carolina, 7:00pm Wednesday, Nov. 23 WINTHROP at Wichita State, 8:05pm Friday, Nov. 25 CAMPBELL at Georgia State, 2:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at South Carolina St., 2:00pm Mercer at HIGH POINT, 7:00pm GARDNER-WEBB vs. TBA (Bahamas Jam), TBA LIBERTY at Vanderbilt Tourney, TBA Saturday, Nov. 26 CAMPBELL vs. Eastern Kentucky, 2:00pm RADFORD at George Washington, 2:00pm GARDNER-WEBB vs. TBA (Bahamas Jam), TBA LIBERTY at Vanderbilt Tourney, TBA Sunday, Nov. 27 Virginia Commonwealth at WINTHROP, 1:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at George Mason, 2:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at South Carolina, 3:00pm Monday, Nov. 28 COASTAL CAROLINA at North Florida, 7:00pm Tuesday, Nov. 29 Winston-Salem State at CAMPBELL, 11:45am North Carolina Central at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm Wednesday, Nov. 30 USC Upstate at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at College of Charleston, 7:00pm Coker at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7:00pm Thursday, Dec. 1 James Madison at LIBERTY, 7:00pm WINTHROP at Davidson, 7:00pm Friday, Dec. 2 Pitt at HIGH POINT, 7:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at USC Upstate, 7:00pm Saturday, Dec. 3 RADFORD at Longwood, 2:00pm Wofford at GARDNER-WEBB, 5:00pm Sunday, Dec. 4 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Clemson, 2:00pm HIGH POINT at Vanderbilt, 2:00pm Wednesday, Dec. 7

LIBERTY at Virginia, 7:00pm RADFORD at Wake Forest, 12:00pm Saturday, Dec. 10 GARDNER-WEBB at Louisville, 12:00pm RADFORD vs. Wofford (Big South.SoCon Challenge, Asheville, N.C.), 2:00pm Glenville State at LIBERTY, 4:00pm Appalachian State at UNC ASHEVILLE, 4:30pm South Carolina State at WINTHROP, 7:00pm CAMPBELL at UNC Wilmington, TBA Sunday, Dec. 11 Converse at COASTAL CAROLINA, 2:00pm Tuesday, Dec. 13 Columbia College at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 11:30am Wednesday, Dec. 14 CAMPBELL at Elon, 7:00pm WINTHROP at Monmouth, 7:00pm Thursday, Dec. 15 Virginia Union at LIBERTY, 7:00pm Friday, Dec. 16 UNC Wilmington at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 11:30am RADFORD at Norfolk State, 6:00pm Montreat at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm Saturday, Dec. 17 WINTHROP at Fordham, 2:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at Kennesaw State, 5:00pm Sunday, Dec. 18 RADFORD at Virginia, 2:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at Lipscomb, 3:00pm South Carolina State at COASTAL CAROLINA (Civic Center), 5:00pm Monday, Dec. 19 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at Alabama, 11:30am UNC ASHEVILLE at South Carolina State, 6:00pm HIGH POINT vs. Central Arkansas (Bahamas), 8:30pm Tuesday, Dec. 20 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Florida Tourney, 7:00pm HIGH POINT vs. Georgia State (Bahamas), 8:30pm CAMPBELL at Stetson Tourney, TBA LIBERTY at Richmond, TBA Wednesday, Dec. 21 Mercer at UNC ASHEVILLE, 12:00pm North Carolina Central at WINTHROP, 1:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Florida Tourney, 4:30pm CAMPBELL at Stetson Tourney, TBA Thursday, Dec. 22 Davidson at RADFORD, 5:00pm Wednesday, Dec. 28 Brevard at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:00pm WINTHROP at Mercer, 7:00pm HIGH POINT vs. UMBC (Va. Tech Tourney), 5:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at North Carolina Central, 6:00pm Thursday, Dec. 29 USC Upstate at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7:00pm HIGH POINT vs. TBA (Va. Tech Tourney), TBA Friday, Dec. 30 GARDNER-WEBB at CAMPBELL, 7:00pm Saturday, Dec. 31 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 2:00pm WINTHROP at COASTAL CAROLINA, 2:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at HIGH POINT, 4:00pm LIBERTY at RADFORD, 4:30pm Monday, Jan. 2 GARDNER-WEBB at HIGH POINT, 4:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at CAMPBELL, 5:15pm WINTHROP at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 7:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7:00pm Saturday, Jan. 7 COASTAL CAROLINA at UNC ASHEVILLE, 2:00pm CAMPBELL at RADFORD, 3:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at GARDNER-WEBB, 5:00pm WINTHROP at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 5:00pm HIGH POINT at LIBERTY, 7:00pm Monday, Jan. 9 HIGH POINT at RADFORD, 7:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at GARDNER-WEBB, 7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:00pm CAMPBELL at LIBERTY, 7:00pm Saturday, Jan. 14 UNC ASHEVILLE at WINTHROP, 1:00pm RADFORD at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 2:00pm LIBERTY at COASTAL CAROLINA, 2:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 3:00pm CAMPBELL at HIGH POINT, 4:00pm Monday, Jan. 16 UNC ASHEVILLE at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at WINTHROP, 7:00pm LIBERTY at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 7:00pm RADFORD at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7:00pm Saturday, Jan. 21 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at CAMPBELL, 1:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at LIBERTY, 2:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at UNC ASHEVILLE, 2:00pm

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WINTHROP at RADFORD, 3:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at HIGH POINT, 4:00pm Monday, Jan. 23 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at RADFORD, 7:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at CAMPBELL, 7:00pm WINTHROP at LIBERTY, 7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at HIGH POINT, 7:00pm Saturday, Jan. 28 HIGH POINT at WINTHROP, 1:00pm LIBERTY at UNC ASHEVILLE, 2:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 2:00pm RADFORD at GARDNER-WEBB, 5:00pm CAMPBELL at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 5:00pm Monday, Jan. 30 LIBERTY at GARDNER-WEBB, 7:00pm RADFORD at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:00pm HIGH POINT at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm CAMPBELL at WINTHROP, 7:00pm Saturday, Feb. 4 LIBERTY at CAMPBELL, 1:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at WINTHROP, 1:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 2:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at COASTAL CAROLINA, 2:00pm RADFORD at HIGH POINT, 4:00pm Monday, Feb. 6 RADFORD at CAMPBELL, 7:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 7:00pm LIBERTY at HIGH POINT, 7:00pm Saturday, Feb. 11 HIGH POINT at CAMPBELL, 1:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at UNC ASHEVILLE, 2:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at LIBERTY, 2:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at RADFORD, 3:00pm WINTHROP at GARDNER-WEBB, 5:00pm Monday, Feb. 13 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at RADFORD, 7:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at GARDNER-WEBB, 7:00pm WINTHROP at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at LIBERTY, 7:00pm Saturday, Feb. 18 LIBERTY at WINTHROP, 1:00pm CAMPBELL at COASTAL CAROLINA, 2:00pm HIGH POINT at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 2:00pm RADFORD at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 3:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at GARDNER-WEBB, 5:00pm Monday, Feb. 20 CAMPBELL at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN, 7:00pm LIBERTY at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm RADFORD at WINTHROP, 7:00pm HIGH POINT at COASTAL CAROLINA, 7:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at Longwood, 7:00pm Saturday, Feb. 25 WINTHROP at CAMPBELL, 1:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at HIGH POINT, 2:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at COASTAL CAROLINA, 2:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at RADFORD, 3:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at LIBERTY, 4:00pm Monday, Feb. 27 GARDNER-WEBB at RADFORD, 7:00pm PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE at CAMPBELL, 7:00pm UNC ASHEVILLE at LIBERTY, 7:00pm WINTHROP at HIGH POINT, 7:00pm Friday, Mar. 2 COASTAL CAROLINA at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm HIGH POINT at GARDNER-WEBB, 7:00pm RADFORD at LIBERTY, 7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at WINTHROP, 7:00pm CAMPBELL at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:30pm Monday, Mar. 5 CAMPBELL at GARDNER-WEBB, 7:00pm HIGH POINT at UNC ASHEVILLE, 7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, 7:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at WINTHROP, 7:00pm Friday, March 9 – Sunday, March 11 Big South Women’s Basketball Championship Saturday, March 17 – Tuesday, March 20 NCAA First/Second Rounds


2011-12 Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Basketball TV-Radio Chart

5-Tiffany Charles

12-Diana Choibekova

20-Taylor Calvert

21-Katie Fitzgerald

22-Dequesha McClanahan

23-Mary Hathaway

24-Samiya Wright

25-Dee Gray

32-Kelsey Corcoran

42-Kaitlyn Rubino

50-TaQuoia Hammick

Head Coach Marlene Stollings

Asst. Coach Kevin Cook

Asst. Coach Christena Hamilton

Asst. Coach Christie Rogers

Admin. Asst. Cody Henry

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Sunday Nov. 13 Friday Nov. 18 Saturday Nov. 19 Sunday Nov. 20 Wednesday Nov. 23 Sunday Nov. 27 Thursday Dec. 1 Saturday Dec. 10 Wednesday Dec. 14 Saturday Dec. 17 Wednesday Dec. 21 Wednesday Dec. 28 Saturday Dec. 31 Monday Jan. 2 Saturday Jan. 7 Saturday Jan. 14 Monday Jan. 16 Saturday Jan. 21 Monday Jan. 23 Saturday Jan. 28 Monday Jan. 30 Saturday Feb. 4 Saturday Feb. 11 Monday Feb. 13 Saturday Feb. 18 Monday Feb. 20 Saturday Feb. 25 Monday Feb. 27 Friday Mar. 2 Monday Mar. 5 Friday Mar. 9 Saturday Mar. 10 Sunday Mar. 11

Troy $ Bradley $ Niagara $ Stetson Wichita State Virgina Commonwealth Davidson South Carolina State Monmouth Fordham North Carolina Central Mercer * Coastal Carolina * Charleston Southern * Presbyterian College * Asheville * Gardner-Webb * Radford * Liberty * High Point (DH) * Campbell * Presbyterian College * Gardner-Webb * Asheville * Liberty * Radford * Campbell * High Point * Charleston Southern * Coastal Carolina # Big South Tournament 1st Round # Big South Tournament Semifinals # Big South Tournament Championship

$ Winthrop Classic (Rock Hill, SC) * Big South Conference game---Home games in Bold All games are (EST) # Big South Tournament

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Troy, AL Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Wichita, KS Rock Hill, SC Davidson, NC Rock Hill, SC W. Long Beach, NJ Bronx, NY Rock Hill, SC Macon, GA Conway, SC N. Charleston, SC Clinton, SC Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Radford, VA Lynchburg, VA Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Boiling Springs, NC Asheville, NC Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC Buies Creek, NC High Point, NC Rock Hill, SC Rock Hill, SC High Point, NC High Point, NC High Point, NC

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