2006-07 WBB Media Guide - College of Southern Idaho Athletics

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2006-07 WBB Media Guide - College of Southern Idaho Athletics

Guide Directory ....................................................................................................................................... 1

Quick Facts .............................................................................................................................................. 2

2006-07 Team Roster ............................................................................................................................... 3

2006-07 Outlook ...................................................................................................................................... 4

Head Coach Profile .................................................................................................................................. 6

Assistant Coach Profiles .......................................................................................................................... 8

Player Profiles .......................................................................................................................................... 9

Managers................................................................................................................................................ 18

Continuing Success................................................................................................................................ 19

CSI in the Polls ...................................................................................................................................... 20

2005-06 Stats and Region 18 Standings ................................................................................................ 21

2005-06 Game Results........................................................................................................................... 22

2006-07 Schedule .................................................................................................................................. 23

2005-06 Leaders .................................................................................................................................... 24

Topping the Charts................................................................................................................................. 25

Region 18 Opponents ............................................................................................................................ 26

On the Air/Making the Grade ................................................................................................................ 27

President ................................................................................................................................................ 28

Behind the Scenes .................................................................................................................................. 29

CSI Athletic Success .............................................................................................................................. 30

CSI Athletic Facilities ............................................................................................................................ 32

CSI Campus ........................................................................................................................................... 34

Twin Falls and the Magic Valley............................................................................................................ 36

CSI Dance Team .................................................................................................................................... 38

CSI Cheerleaders ................................................................................................................................... 39

Golden Eagle Booster Club ................................................................................................................... 40

CSI Sponsors ......................................................................................................................................... 42

Media Speed Roster ............................................................................................................................... 44

About the Cover: Five returning sophomores are focused on getting CSI back to the national tournament in

Kansas. Two years ago, the Golden Eagles accomplished what no other Region 18 team has done - play in the

national championship. This group is hungry to return.

This publication was produced by Karen Baumert, CSI sports information director. Pomerelle Portrait

Design Studios did the photography for the cover as well as the mug shots throughout the publication and the

team photo on page 3. Graphic design and layout for the cover and pages 34-41 were done by Tereasa L.

Bendele. Vector graphics on pages 1, 22, 23, 48 and 49 were done by student intern Dennis Denton.

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General Information

Location: Twin Falls, Idaho

Founded: 1964

Enrollment: 7,500

President: Jerry Beck

Conference: Scenic West Athletic Conference

Region: 18

Athletic Affiliation: NJCAA, Division I

Nickname: Golden Eagles

Colors: Gold and Black

Website: www.csi.edu

Home Facility: CSI Gymnasium (3,500 capacity)

Athletics Administrative Assistant: Ginger Nukaya,

732-6486

Team Physicians: Dr. Thad Scholes

Dr. Mark McKain

Orthopedic Surgeon: Dr. William May

Athletic Trainer: Richard Bingham, 732-6481

Physical Therapist: Julie Ellis

Team Chiropractor: Dr. David Long

Academic Advisor: Kat Powell, 732-6548

Head VB Coach: Heidi Cartisser, 732-6485

Asst. VB Coach: Babes Kalulu, 732-6492

Head Men’s BB Coach: Barret Peery, 732-6496

Asst. Men’s BB Coaches: Steve Gosar, 732-6498

Jeff Renegar, 732-6476

Head Baseball Coach: Boomer Walker, 732-6491

Asst. BB Coaches: Dave Carter, 732-6491/732-6650

Skip Walker, 732-6477/732-6650

Head Softball Coach: Nick Baumert, 732-6494

Assistant Softball Coach: Becky Davis, 732-6494

Head Rodeo Coach: Shawn Davis, 732-6620

CSI Board of Trustees: Chairman Leroy Craig, Al

Frost, Donna Brizee, Chuck Lehrman and Dr. Thad

Scholes

Sports Information Office

SID: Karen Baumert

Office Phone: (208) 732-6493

E-mail Address: kbaumert@csi.edu

Fax: (208) 734-0245

Website: www.csi.edu

Team Information

2005-06 Record: 25-7

Returning Starters: 4

Returning Non-Starters: 1

Newcomers: 9

2005-06 SWAC Finish: Second

2005-06 Region 18 Tournament Finish: Third

NJCAA National Tournament Appearances: 5

Women’s Basketball Information

Head Coach: Randy Rogers, (5th year at CSI)

Overall Record as Collegiate Head Coach:

102-33 (winning % of .756)

Assistant Coach: Merrilee Udy (2nd year at CSI)

Office Phone Number: (208) 732-6480

Mailing Address: CSI Women’s Basketball

315 Falls Ave.

P.O. Box 1238

Twin Falls, ID 83303-1238

E-mail Address: rrogers@csi.edu

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3 Maria Moore 5-5 G So Sparks, Nev. (Reed HS)

4 Maylene Ornelas 5-6 G Fr Chihuahua, Mexico (Mountain View HS)

10 Daraysha Kennedy 5-5 G Fr Portland, Oregan (Jefferson High)

11 Amy Higbee 5-8 G Fr Alamo, Nev. (Pahranagat Valley HS)

14 Alexis Tucker 5-11 F So Firth, Idaho (Blackfoot HS)

20 Ashley Thompson 5-10 G/F So McCammon, Idaho (Marsh Valley HS)

21 Kali Hess 5-8 G Fr American Falls, Idaho (American Falls HS)

22 Brittany Moore 5-7 G So Sparks, Nev. (Reed HS)

24 Whitney Thompson 6-0 P Fr Shelley, Idaho (Shelley HS)

30 Amy Bratvold 6-0 G/F So Twin Falls, Idaho (Twin Falls HS)

31 Tera Tremayne 5-7 G Fr Battle Mountain, Nev. (Battle Mtn HS)

42 Eva Ivanova 6-3 P Fr Varna, Bulgaria (Georgi Benkovski HS)

44 Anita Burdick 6-3 P Fr Reno, Nev. (North Valley HS)

52 Jennifer Kioa 6-4 P Fr San Mateo, Calif. (Redwood HS)

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Pronunciations

Maylene Ornelas - MY-lean Or-NAIL-yus

Daraysha Kennedy - Dur-RAY-shuh

Eva Ivanova - Eye-vuh-KNOW-vuh

Jennifer Kioa - Key-OH-uh


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Most coaches would sit back and smile at the thought of returning four starters. CSI head coach Randy Rogers looks at

things a little differently.

“I never want to be just satisfied,” Rogers said. “And I never want our players to settle for being good when they can be

great.”

That drive led Rogers to recruit more height and more depth this season in hopes of returning to a place no Region 18

team had ever been until two years ago when Rogers led the Golden Eagles into the NJCAA National Championship game in

Salina, Kan.

“We have good sophomore leadership,” Rogers said.

“We’re balanced inside and outside now. Teams can’t just

focus on our outside game this season. I think we will have

the ability to score and put up a lot of points.”

The offense and defense starts at the top with the point

guard and the Golden Eagles return one of the best in the

country. Region 18 Player of the Year and first-team All-

American Maria Moore will trigger the offense. The 5-5

guard averaged 19 points and 8.0 rebounds per game for CSI

last season and with the added experience will definitely be

key to the Golden Eagles success. Joining her at the guard

position will be returning 2-guard Brittany Moore. Moore was

deadly from the 3-point line last season, leading the conference

in 3-point field goal percentage as well as 3-pointers per game.

But that wasn’t enough offense for Rogers.

He added outside threats Maylene Ornelas (5-6 point

guard), Daraysha Kennedy (5-5 guard), Amy Higbee (5-8 guard,

Kali Hess (5-8 guard) and Tera Tremayne (5-7 guard).

Tremayne knocked down 246 high school career 3-pointers.

Rogers will look to returning starter Amy Bratvold at the 3guard

position. Already an outside threat, the 6-foot Bratvold

worked hard on her mid-range shot in the off-season and should

be tough to shut down. Last season her consistency gave the

Golden Eagles 9 points and 6 rebounds per game. Look for

those numbers to increase even more this year.

Returning posts Alexis Tucker (5-11) and Ashley Thompson

(5-10) spent much of last spring on versatility. If Rogers decides

to go with a big lineup, they will be able to play some at the 3-

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guard spot. If he wants to go quick and small, they can play the power forward position. Thompson averaged 6 points and 7

rebounds per game as a starter last season. Tucker added 3 rebounds and 3 points per game.

The one ingredient Rogers wanted more of than he had last season was height. The fifth-year coach got it.

Posts Eva Ivanova (6-3), Anita Burdick (6-3) and Jennifer Kioa (6-4) will give the Golden Eagle guards plenty of options

inside.

“I think we have depth at every position,” Rogers said. “We will be able to go big or small this year.”

That depth will be crucial in league play this season. Salt Lake CC, which won the Region 18 title after placing third

during the regular season, returns seven players.

“To win, you are going to have to beat them. I think the winner of the league has to go through Salt Lake,” Rogers said.

“North Idaho is always good and this year will be no different. Snow is better and CEU always brings a solid team into the

mix. I don’t know much about Colorado NW but they have a new coach and I’m sure they will be much improved.”

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2006-07 Breakdown

Letter Winners Lost ________________________________________________________ 7

Returning Starters _________________________________________________________ 4

Amy Bratvold ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-0 G/F, Twin Falls, Idaho

Maria Moore ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-5 G, Sparks, Nev.

Brittany Moore ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-7 G, Sparks, Nev.

Ashley Thompson------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-10 G/F, McCammon, Idaho

Returning Non-Starters _____________________________________________________ 1

Alexis Tucker------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-11 F, Firth, Idaho

Newcomers _______________________________________________________________ 9

Anita Burdick ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-3 P, Reno, Nev.

Kali Hess ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-8 G, American Falls, Idaho

Amy Higbee ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-8 G, Alamo, Nev.

Eva Ivanova-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-3 P, Varna, Bulgaria

Daraysha Kennedy ------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-5 G, Portland, Ore.

Jennifer Kioa ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6-4 P, San Mateo, Calif.

Maylene Ornelas -------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-6 G, Chihuahua, Mexico

Whitney Thompson ----------------------------------------------------------------- 6-0 P, Shelley, Idaho

Tera Tremayne ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-7 G, Battle Mountain, Nev.

In-State Players ____________________________________________________________ 5

Amy Bratvold, Twin Falls; Kali Hess, American Falls; Ashley Thompson, McCammon; Whitney Thompson,

Shelley; and Alexis Tucker, Firth.

Out-of-State Players ________________________________________________________ 9

Anita Burdick, Nevada; Amy Higbee, Nevada; Eva Ivanova, Bulgaria; Daraysha Kennedy, Oregon; Jennifer

Kioa, California; Maylene Ornelas, Mexico; Maria Moore, Nevada; Brittany Moore, Nevada; and Tera

Tremayne, Nevada.

Sophomores _______________________________________________________________ 5

Amy Bratvold, Maria Moore, Brittany Moore, Ashley Thompson and Alexis Tucker.

Freshmen _________________________________________________________________ 9

Anita Burdick, Kali Hess, Amy Higbee, Eva Ivanova, Daraysha Kennedy, Jennifer Kioa, Maylene Ornelas,

Whitney Thompson and Tera Tremayne.


Randy Rogers

5th Season

Never settling for mediocre, Randy Rogers brought a relentless

pursuit of perfection to CSI when he took the job four years

ago. It has paid off. In his second season, Rogers brought home a

regular-season championship, Region 18 Tournament championship

and a NJCAA consolation championship. The next year, he

did even better. The Golden Eagles, not only won the Scenic

West Athletic Conference title, the Region 18 Tournament title

and ended the season ranked No. 1 in the NJCAA poll, CSI

brought home runner-up hardware at the national tournament,

finishing higher than any Region 18 team has ever finished.

In 2005-06, he posted a 25-7 record, notching his 100th

college win in just four years. An intense coach, Rogers focuses

on teaching fundamentals, playing aggressive hard-nosed defense and running when at all possible.

"My offensive philosophy is to take the first,

best available shot," Rogers said. "Our defense

will create offense. We will push the ball every

single possession. I also want my team to be in

the very best shape. I don't want to lose a game

by a factor that can be taken care of before

hand."

Rogers said he likes to run man-to-man

defense primarily but will throw in various

zone traps - half court and full court.

Rogers, who came to CSI from Spring

Creek High School, was named Nevada Prep

Coach of the Year for all divisions in 2001-02.

He holds a 50-10 division record from 1997

to 2002 and a 92-49 overall record. He qualified

for state all five years, earning runner-up

titles in 1999 and 2001. He was named AAA

Division I Coach of the Year in 1998, 1999,

2000 and 2001 as well as 1999 AAA Nevada

Basketball Coach of the Year. Rogers earned

his bachelor's degree from Utah State University

in physical education. Prior to attending

Utah State, he attended Salt Lake CC and Dixie

College.

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Coached the first Region 18

women’s team to play in the

NJCAA National Championship

game.

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“Merrilee is intelligent and hard

working. She is very knowledgeable

about the game. She is intense, and

does the little things that will make our

program successful.” - Randy Rogers

Merrilee Udy

2nd Year

Merrilee Udy begins her second season as a CSI assistant

coach.The talented player turned coach has brought experience

and knowledge to the court.

Udy played two seasons at Ricks College before finishing her

college career at Idaho State University.

At Ricks, she started on a team that qualified for nationals in

2002, the same year she earned Region 18 all-tournament honors

as well as led the team as the co-captain. While there, she

averaged 4.3 assists per game and 7.6 points per game.

At ISU, she also had a big impact, leading the Bengals to an

NIT appearance in 2004. Her on-the-court performance is

reflected in the ISU record books.

Udy ranks third all time for career assists per game and first

in career assist/turnover ratio. She is the all-time leader for

single-season assist/turnover ratio. After

playing for the Bengals, Udy graduated from

ISU with a bachelor's degree in secondary

education. She is currently working on her

master's degree in education administration.

Udy, who was born and raised in American

Falls, played her high school ball at American

Falls High School. She led them to three thirdplace

finishes at state and a state championship

her senior year. That year she garnered

state player of the year honors.

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Bio

#3

“Maria is the most

talented guard that CSI

has ever had skillwise.

She is a scorer and has

stepped up as a leader

this year. Her leadership

will be key to our

success.” - Coach

Rogers

At CSI: A first-team All-American, Maria ranked first in

the league in scoring (19.2), first in steals per game (3.94),

second in assists per game (5.13) and third in rebounds per

game (7.8). She was named Region 18 Player of the Year.

In High School: A two-time first team all-state selection,

Maria led Reed High School to three league championships.

She and teammate Brittany Moore helped RHS to a 72-12

overall record during that time. Her senior season, Maria

was named High Desert and Reno Gazette player of the

year. She also played wide receiver one year on the junior

varsity football team.

Outside of high school basketball, Maria played on the

Jam On It AAU team.

Games 32

Field Goals Made 242

Field Goals Att. 534

Field Goal % .453

Free Throws Made 86

Free Throws Att. 146

Free Throw % .589

Rebounds 256

2005-06 Stats

Points Per Game 19.2

3-pointers Made 44

3-pointers Att. 154

3-point % .286

Assists 166

Steals 137

Blocked Shots 7

Turnovers 131

2005-06 Game Highs

Points .............................................. 35 at Dixie (01/07/06)

3-pointers ...................... 4 vs. Arizona Western (11/26/05)

Rebounds ........................ 15 vs. Yakima Valley (11/25/05)

Assists ............................................ 12 vs. Dixie (01/21/06)

Steals................................ 10 vs. Colorado NW (12/01/05)

Blocked Shots ................................................ 1 seven times

Maria Moore * 5-5 Sophomore

Guard * Sparks, Nev.

Favorite Food: Chicken

Favorite Snack: Fruit Gushers

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Olive Garden

Favorite CSI Instructor: Chris Meyerhoeffer

Favorite Pop: Sprite

Favorite Board Game: Sorry

Favorite Color: Red

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Sonic

One word to describe me: Skilled

When I was little, I wanted to be a: lawyer.

Now, I want to be a: probation officer.

Pet Peeve: Smacking

Favorite Season: Spring

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

English or Math

Fruit or Vegetable

Sunrise or Sunset

Talk or Listen

About Maria

This or That

Cake or Pie

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Text Message or Call

Small Town or Big City


“Alexis is the most

improved player from

last year. Her mid-range

shot is a weapon. She is

very athletic and her

confidence level is

high.” - Coach Rogers

Bio

#14

At CSI: A solid post off the bench for the Golden Eagles

last season, Alexis has worked hard in the off season to be a

key to CSI’s offense and defense this year. She showed she

could do both last year, scoring 10 points against Colorado

NW and pulling down 9 rebounds vs. Dixie.

In High School: Alexis lettered four years at Blackfoot

High School in soccer and basketball and three in track and

field, leading her basketball team to a second-place finish at

the state championships her senior year.

As a junior, Alexis was named second team all-state in

soccer and basketball. Her senior season, she earned first

team all-conference, first team all-district, first team all-area

and first team all-state honors in basketball.

Alexis excelled in the classroom as well, earning valedictorian

honors for a 4.0 gpa.

Games 32

Field Goals Made 38

Field Goals Att. 115

Field Goal % .330

Free Throws Made 13

Free Throws Att. 21

Free Throw % .619

Rebounds 96

2005-06 Stats

Points Per Game 2.8

3-pointers Made 0

3-pointers Att. 0

Assists 17

Steals 30

Blocked Shots 7

Turnovers 22

2005-06 Game Highs

Points .............................. 10 vs. Colorado NW (12/01/05)

Free Throws ........................ 4 at Colorado NW (02/24/06)

Rebounds ......................................... 9 vs. Dixie (12/29/05)

Assists ............................ 3 vs. Nevada All-Stars (12/27/05)

Steals.............................. 5 vs. Nevada All-Stars (12/27/05)

Blocked Shots ................................................... 2 two times

Alexis Tucker * 5-11 Sophomore

Forward * Firth, Idaho

Favorite Food: Steak and Shrimp

Favorite Book: The Little Prince

Favorite Comedian: Bill Cosby

Favorite CSI Instructor: Tony Mannen

Favorite Pop: Red Creme Soda

One Word to Describe Me: Spontaneous

Favorite Song: Hope

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Wendy’s

Favorite Subject in School: A&P

If I could invent a word, it would be: yadidi.

It would mean: “You know what I mean.”

Pet Peeve: People cracking their knuckles

Worst Date Experience: At prom. A cat ran up my

dress.

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

English or Math

Fruit or Vegetable

Sunrise or Sunset

Black or Gold

About Alexis

This or That

Cake or Pie

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Vanilla or Chocolate

Small Town or Big City

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#20

“Ashley can play inside

and outside. She has

developed a perimeter

game. She can defend

inside and outside. She

is one of the best on the

team at getting rebounds.

She just finds a

way to be around the

ball.” - Coach Rogers

Bio

At CSI: A tenacious rebounder, Ashley ranked 10th in the

league and second on the team in rebounds per game last season

at 6.7. Her game high came against Salt Lake where she

pulled down 15 rebounds. She earned Region 18 honorable

mention honors last year.

In High School: A proven winner, Ashley played in three

state tournaments, helping Marsh Valley High School to two

state championships and one runner-up title in basketball. As

a junior, Ashley was named first team all-state and the Idaho

Statesman 3A Player of the Year, averaging 12 points and 9

rebounds per year. Her senior season, she earned first team

all-area, first team all-state and Idaho State Journal player of

the year honors, averaging 15 points, 10.4 rebounds and 3 steals

per game. Ashley also played softball and volleyball at MVHS.

Off the court, Ashley was named valedictorian and earned

an Idaho Top Scholar award.

Games 32

Field Goals Made 76

Field Goals Att. 208

Field Goal % .365

Free Throws Made 54

Free Throws Att. 98

Free Throw % .551

Rebounds 135

2005-06 Stats

Points Per Game 7.6

3-pointers Made 0

3-pointers Att. 0

Assists 18

Steals 23

Blocked Shots 4

Turnovers 29

2005-06 Game Highs

Points ................................. 14 vs. North Idaho (12/10/05)

Free Throws ..................................................... 6 two times

Rebounds .......................... 15 vs. Salt Lake CC (02/17/06)

Assists ............................................................. 3 three times

Steals............................................................... 4 three times

Blocked Shots .................................. 3 vs. Dixie (01/21/06)

Ashley Thompson * 5-10 Sophomore

Guard/Forward * McCammon, Idaho

Favorite Food: Potatoes

Favorite Candy Bar: Milky Way Midnight

Favorite Comedian: Larry the Cable Guy

Hidden Talent: Rollerskating (I’m pretty much the

bomb.)

Pet Peeve: My socks falling down inside my shoes

Favorite Board Game: Loaded Questions

Favorite Movie: Dumb and Dumber

Favorite Subject in School: Biology

One word to describe me: Driven

Favorite CSI Instructor: Paul Morgan

Favorite Cereal: Cinnamon Toasters

Favorite Season: Winter

Interesting Fact: I dig guys with facial hair.

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Shaven or Unshaven

Fruit or Vegetable

Sunrise or Sunset

Talk or Listen

About Ashley

This or That

Cake or Pie

Mountains or Beaches

Offense or Defense

English or Math

Small Town or Big City


“Brittany is a pure

shooter. She is a good

perimeter defender. She

gives us a calming

influence on the court.

She is smart and

understands the game.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

#22

At CSI: A second-team all-region selection, Brittany

made her mark behind the 3-point line. She ranked first in

the league in 3-point field goal percentage (.402) and first

in 3-pointers made per game (2.38). She was the 5th leading

scorer in league and ranked eighth in assists per game

at 2.78

In High School: Brittany, a high school teammate of

Maria Moore, helped lead Reed High School to three league

championships and two zone runner-up finishes. A fouryear

starter, Brittany earned first team all-region, first team

all-district honors her junior and senior seasons.

A 4.0 through high school, Brittany made the all-state

academic team three years.

Games 32

Field Goals Made 139

Field Goals Att. 316

Field Goal % .440

Free Throws Made 43

Free Throws Att. 56

Free Throw % .768

Rebounds 101

2005-06 Stats

Points Per Game 12.4

3-pointers Made 76

3-pointers Att. 189

3-point % .402

Assists 89

Steals 52

Blocked Shots 1

Turnovers 68

2005-06 Game Highs

Points ................................ 25 vs. Eastern Utah (01/28/05)

3 pointers ........................................ 6 vs. Snow (12/03/05)

Rebounds ......................................................... 6 two times

Assists ..................................... 6 vs. Carl Albert (11/24/05)

Steals................................ 5 vs. Central Arizona (11/18/05)

Blocked Shots ...................... 1 vs. Eastern Utah (01/27/06)

Brittany Moore * 5-7 Sophomore

Guard * Sparks, Nev.

Favorite Food: Chicken Fingers

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Taco Bell

Favorite Singer: Tim McGraw

Favorite Toy as a Child: Legos

Favorite TV Show: Friends

Favorite CSI Instructors: Paul Morgan and Tony

Mannen

Favorite Color: Red or Blue

If I could be an animal, I would be a: dinosaur (Trex)

One word to describe me: Caring

When I was little, I wanted to be a: teacher.

Now, I want to be an: teacher or in human resources.

Pet Peeve: Cracking Knuckles

Black or Gold

English or Math

Fruit or Vegetable

Vanilla or Chocolate

Text Message or Call

About Brittany

This or That

Cake or Pie

Mountains or Beaches

Offense or Defense

Morning or Night

Looks or Personality

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“Amy is an all-around

skilled player. We can

use her inside or outside.

Her mid-range shot is

much improved. One of

our better passers, she

gives us consistency” -

Coach Rogers

Bio

#30

At CSI: A consistent force all season, Amy started in 21

games for the Golden Eagles. She ranked second on the team

in field goal percentage at .442 and was 8th in the league in

blocks per game at .72. Amy had big games against Salt

Lake, posting 20 points one time and 12 rebounds another.

In High School: The 5A Player of the Year for Idaho,

Amy led Twin Falls High School to a 3rd-place finish at

state her senior year of basketball. She also earned region

player of the year accolades her senior season, averaging

15.3 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2 assists per game.

Amy lettered in track and field her last two years of high

school as well.

Off the court, Amy was a member of National Honor Society

and earned the Idaho Top Scholar award as well as

congressional awards.

Games 32

Field Goals Made 118

Field Goals Att. 267

Field Goal % .442

Free Throws Made 38

Free Throws Att. 67

Free Throw % .567

Rebounds 187

2005-06 Stats

Points Per Game 9.1

3-pointers Made 16

3-pointers Att. 47

3-point % .340

Assists 34

Steals 52

Blocked Shots 24

Turnovers 34

2005-06 Game Highs

Points ........................................ 20 at Salt Lake (01/14/06)

3 pointers ........................................................ 2 four times

Rebounds ................................ 12 vs. Salt Lake (02/18/06)

Assists ............................................................. 3 three times

Steals.................................. 5 vs. Colorado NW (12/01/05)

Blocked Shots ..............................4 at Salt Lake (01/14/06)

Amy Bratvold * 6-0 Sophomore

Guard/Forward * Twin Falls, Idaho

Favorite Food: Steak and Potatoes

Favorite Book: Harry Potter

Favorite Comedian: Will Ferrell

Favorite Car: Mustang GT

Hobbies: Camping, dirt biking and snowmobiling

Favorite Cereal: Lucky Charms

Favorite Movie: Benchwarmers

Favorite Sit-down restaurant: Chili’s

One word to describe me: Shy

If I could be an animal, I would be a: bird.

Favorite CSI Instructor: Tony Mannen

Pet Peeve: People who chew their gum loudly

Favorite Holiday: Christmas

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Shaven or Unshaven

Fruit or Vegetable

Vanilla or Chocolate

Talk or Listen

About Amy

This or That

Cake or Pie

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Morning or Night

Small Town or Big City


Maylene Ornelas * 5-6 Freshman

Guard * Chihuahua, Mexico

Black or Gold

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Text Message or Call

Sunrise or Sunset

Talk or Listen

About Maylene

Favorite Holiday: Halloween

Favorite Candy Bar: Kit-Kat

Favorite Clothing Brand: Nike

Favorite Cereal: Fruit Loops

One word description of myself: Persistent

Favorite Food: Sushi and Mexican Food

Favorite Singer: Hash

If I could be an animal, I would be a: tiger.

Favorite Modern Invention: Ipod

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Subway

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Cafe Rio and Chili’s

Favorite Magazine: Slam

Favorite Song: Be Yourself by Eminem

Favorite CSI Instructor: James Dawson

This or That

English or Math

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Coke or Pepsi

Mountains or Beaches

“Daraysha is our best

perimeter defender. She

can shoot the ball off the

dribble and gives us

quickness. She also gives

us depth at the 1 or 2

guard position.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

#10

In High School: A point guard at Thomas Jefferson

High School, Daraysha led her team to the playoffs three

years.

In 2005, Daraysha was named the Portland Interscholastic

League sportswoman of the year for her high

school because of her efforts on and off the court.

She also earned honorable mention all-conference

honors as a senior.

#4

“Maylene can really shoot

the ball. She is a good

passer. She gives us muchneeded

depth at the point

guard position.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

In High School: Maylene, originally from Mexico,

moved to Utah her junior year of high school. She led

Mountain View High School to a league championship

her junior season. MVHS made it to the state semi-finals

that season and Maylene earned second team allregion

and second team all-state honors.

As a senior, she helped MVHS to another league

championship and a second place finish in the state.

Maylene was named first team all-region and first team

all-state her senior year.

Daraysha Kennedy * 5-5 Freshman

Guard * Portland, Ore.

Favorite Candy: Skittles

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Burger King

Favorite Toy as a Child: Toy Soldiers

Favorite Subject in School: Speech

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Red Robin

Favorite Board Game: Clue

Hidden Talent: Singing

Interesting Fact: I enjoy syrup on my grilled cheese

sandwiches.

Most Embarassing Moment: Getting stuck in a

laundry shoot.

Favorite Color: Green

If I could be an animal, I would be a: turtle.

Favorite Movie: Notebook

Shaven or Unshaven

Mountains or Beaches

Fruit or Vegetable

Sunrise or Sunset

Talk or Listen

About Daraysha

This or That

Cake or Pie

Looks or Personality

Black or Gold

English or Math

Small Town or Big City

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Kali Hess * 5-8 Freshman

Guard * American Falls, Idaho

Shaven or Unshaven

Salt or Sugar

Hamburger or Hotdog

Cake or Pie

Talk or Listen

15

Bio

About Kali

Favorite Color: Green

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Red Lobster

Favorite Modern Invention: Calculator

Favorite Pop: Creme Soda

Hidden Talent: Plays the piano

Hobbies: Horse riding and training, knitting and

teaching young kids

When I was little, I wanted to be: a horse trainer or

doctor.

Now, I want to be a: mom or an engineer.

Favorite Cereal: Captain Crunch

Favorite Singer: Rascal Flatts

If I could be an animal, I would be a: kangaroo.

Favorite Car: Ford F-350 Powerstroke, Diesel Truck

This or That

#11

“Amy is a good

penetrator and a solid

perimeter shooter. She is

a kid that works hard

every day in practice.”

- Coach Rogers

Before CSI: A three-sport athlete at Pahranagat Valley

High School, Amy led her volleyball and basketball

teams to state championships all four of her high school

seasons. She also competed on the softball team her

freshman year.

As a junior, Amy earned all conference first-team honors

in volleyball and basketball. Her senior season, she

not only was named first team all-conference in both

but also all state in basketball.

Amy also excelled off the court, making the honor roll

all four years.

English or Math

Casual or Dress Up

Mountains or Beaches

Vanilla or Chocolate

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Amy Higbee * 5-8 Freshman

Guard * Alamo, Nev.

Black or Gold

Morning or Night

Fruit or Vegetable

Sunrise or Sunset

Talk or Listen

#21

“Kali is a great perimeter

defender. She is toughnosed

competitor and

likes to get on the glass.

She will be a hard one to

keep off the floor.”

- Coach Rogers

About Amy

Favorite Food: Alamo Tacos

Favorite Car: Cadillac Escalade

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Olive Garden

Favorite Cereal: Reese’s Peanut Butter Puffs

Favorite CSI Instructor: Frank Ellis

If I could invent a word, it would be: druids.

It would mean: a seriously bad case of diarhea.

Favorite Pop: Dr. Pepper

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: In and Out Burger

One Word Description of Myself: Danger

Pet Peeve: People who smoke. I hate it!

Favorite Color: Blue

Favorite Movie: Any chick flick and Pearl Harbor

This or That

Text Message or Call

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Vanilla or Chocolate

Small Town or Big City

Bio

Before CSI: Afour-year letterwinner in basketball and

three-year letterwinner in soccer at American Falls High

School, Kali had offers to play soccer or basketball in

college.

On the soccer field, Kali led AFHS to state championships

her sophomore and junior years and a runner-up

finish her senior season. On the basketball court, her high

school team placed fourth at state when Kali was a senior.

For basketball, Kali earned all-conference, all-state and

McDonald’s All-American honors. She also was awarded

the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award.


Whitney Thompson * 6-0 Freshman

Post * Shelley, Idaho

Black or Gold

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Text Message or Call

Shaven or Unshaven

Talk or Listen

About Whitney

Favorite TV Show: Deal or No Deal

Favorite Food: Steak and Potatoes

Favorite Car: Jetta

Favorite Color: Teal

Pet Peeve: When the kitchen counter tops are wet

when you go to eat dinner

Favorite Board Game: Apples to Apples

Favorite Toy as a Child: Barbies

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Wendy’s

If I could be an animal, I would be a: fish.

Hobbies: Piano, Photography and Photo Editing

Interesting Fact: I ate four pumpkin pies over a

Thanksgiving break.

Favorite CSI Instructor: Dr. Hurley

This or That

English or Math

Casual or Dress Up

Small Town or Big City

Automatic or Stick

Cake or Pie

“Tera is a fundamental

player. She shoots the ball

well and understands the

game. She can put the ball

on the floor and attack the

basket or she can sit back

and shoot the 3.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

#31

In High School: A three-sport athlete, Tera played

basketball and volleyball and ran track at Battle Mountain

High School.

Her senior year, she not only led BMHS to a state championship

on the basketball court but also earned first

team all-league and MVP all-state honors. She knocked

down 246 career 3-pointers. As a freshman, Tera led the

state in scoring. Her sophomore and junior seasons, she

earned first team all-state honors, bringing home MVP

honors as a sophomore.

#24

“Whitney is pure hustle.

She is very coachable and

has a great mid-range

shot. She makes defenders

have to play her because

she works so hard.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

In High School: A two-sport athlete, Whitney led

Shelley High School to a state championship in volleyball

her junior year and a state championship in basketball

her senior season.

In volleyball, Whitney was named second team all-conference

and first team all-state as a junior and first team

all-conference and first team all-area as a senior.

On the basketball court, Whitney was named second

team all-conference her junior season and first team allconference,

first team all-state and 3A Idaho State Player

of the Year as a senior.

Tera Tremayne * 5-7 Freshman

Guard * Battle Mountain, Nev.

Favorite Food: Lasagna

Favorite Modern Invention: Ti-Vo

Favorite Pop: Dr. Pepper

Favorite Subject in School: Human Anatomy

Favorite CSI Instructor: Tony Mannen

Hobbies: Hunting and Sewing

Favorite Color: Purple

Favorite Clothing Brand: Lucky

Favorite Comedian Bill Cosby

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: The Star

Pet Peeve: At restaurants when they re-fill your cup

and don’t give you more ice

If I could be an animal, I would be a: monkey.

Looks or Personality

Mountains or Beaches

Fruit or Vegetable

Sunrise or Sunset

Talk or Listen

About Tera

This or That

Cake or Pie

Casual or Dress Up

Black or Gold

English or Math

Small Town or Big City

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Anita Burdick * 6-3 Freshman

Post * Reno, Nev.

Shaven or Unshaven

Salt or Sugar

East Coast or West Coast

Cake or Pie

Talk or Listen

17

About Anita

Favorite Food: Sushi

Favorite CSI Instructor: Mark Wasden

Favorite Season: Winter

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Sushi Pier #2

Favorite Snack: String Cheese

One Word to Describe Me: Tall

Hobbies: Sleeping, Reading and Cliff Jumping

If I could be an animal I would be a: giraffe.

If I could invent a word, it would be: yag.

It would mean: yeah. It’s just a cooler way of saying

it.

I have a pet peeve about: feet.

Favorite Cereal: Captain Crunch

Favorite Car: Hummer H3

This or That

“Eva is the best shooter we

have. She can play inside

or outside. She can put the

ball on the floor and gives

us much-needed height.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

#42

In High School: An inside post with the outside touch,

Eva played for Bulgaria in the junior European Championships

in 2004, 2005 and 2006. In 2004, Eva helped

lead them to a 12th-place finish. In 2005, Bulgaria finished

in 11th place and in 2006, her team took second in

the junior national tournament and eighth in the Junior

European Championships.

Her father is a fireman in Bulgaria.

Sunrise or Sunset

Casual or Dress Up

Mountains or Beaches

Vanilla or Chocolate

Small Town or Big City

Eva Ivanova * 6-3 Freshman

Post * Varna, Bulgaria

Black or Gold

Morning or Night

Fruit or Vegetable

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Mountains or Beaches

#44

About Eva

Favorite Food: My grandma’s cream soup

Favorite Board Game: Backgammon

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: Applebee’s

If I could be an animal, I would be a: butterfly.

Favorite Season: Fall

Favorite Subject in School: Math

Favorite Pro Sports Team: Miami Heat

Favorite Color: Blue

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Wendy’s

Favorite Magazine: Cosmopolitan

Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball

If I could change anything in the world, I would:

find some antidote for AIDs or some other dangerous

disease.

This or That

“Anita is big and strong.

She has good hands and

finishes well around the

basket. She gives us a good

inside presence. As she gets

in better shape, she will

really help us. She has a

good attitude.”

- Coach Rogers

Text Message or Call

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Vanilla or Chocolate

Small Town or Big City

Bio

In High School: Anita played basketball and volleyball

at North Valleys High School, leading her team to a

third-place region finish her junior year and a fourthplace

league finish her senior year.

While at NVHS, Anita broke many school records including

rebounds in a game (26) and points in a game

(46). She also holds the season and career records for

rebounds and the game, season and career record for

blocks.

As a senior, Anita was named Sierra League Player of

the Year, region player of the year and first team all-state.


Jennifer Kioa * 6-4 Freshman

Post * San Mateo, Calif.

Black or Gold

Coffee or Hot Chocolate

Text Message or Call

Sunrise or Sunset

Shaven or Unshaven

About Jennifer

Favorite Food: Cheetos

Favorite Magazine: Slam and Ebony

Favorite Toy as a Child: Race cars

Favorite Fast-Food Restaurant: Burger King

Favorite Sit-Down Restaurant: PF Changs

Favorite Instructor: Chris Meyerhoeffer

Favorite Pop: Dr. Pepper

Favorite Subject in School: History

If I could be an animal, I would be a: lion.

When I was little, I wanted to be a: singer.

Now I want to be a: homicide detective.

Pet Peeve: People that say bathroom instead of

restroom

One word description of myself: Sensitive or

Humble

This or That

Bio

English or Math

Casual or Dress Up

Offense or Defense

Coke or Pepsi

Baths or Showers

Paige Walker

Weiser, Idaho

#52

“Jennifer is a great

athlete. She can jump and

has good footwork inside.

She has a lot of potential

and has a chance to be one

of the best posts to play at

CSI.”

- Coach Rogers

Bio

In High School: Named most valuable player of her

Sequoia High School team her junior season, Jennifer

was nominated for the McDonald’s All-American team

her senior season.

By one of the top recruiting services in the country,

Jennifer was ranked 34th in the nation and third in

Northern California.

Nicknamed Twinkie, Jennifer played on the Orinda

Magic and San Jose Zebras AAU teams.

Makenzie Wright

Burley, Idaho

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Where they played basketball after CSI

Cynthia Clinger, Texas Tech Univ.

(1992 Nat. Champions)

Susanna Tautaoli, University of Utah

Marcia Yastrop, Idaho State University

Becky Brower, University of New Orleans

Amy Boone, George Mason University

Kristi Brown, University of Wyoming

Hettie DeJong, University of Idaho

Candace Lords, Southern Utah University

Suzanne Hansen, Northwest Nazarene University

Sharleece Keller, University of Idaho

Audra Urie, University of Alaska-Anchorage

Marcella Weissbeck, Whitman College

Amber McEwen, University of Utah

Jenny Shaw, Lewis and Clark State College

Keri Andrus, Rocky Mountain College

Jenna Umthun, Albertson College of Idaho

Marcy Jenkins, Albertson College of Idaho

Kim Frei, Midot State University

Michelle Wescott, Albertson College of Idaho

Rikki Peterson, Whitworth College

Holly Henry, Western Oregon University

Franci Olsen, Western Montana University

DeAnna Glover, Western Montana University

Mandi Ortega, Idaho State University

Andrea Jensen, Albertson College of Idaho

Allison Fortner, Concordia Lutheran College

Amanda Covington, Brigham Young University

Casy Murdock, Gonzaga University

Landis Barnes, Western Montana University

Courtnie Storr, Western Montana University

Deena Bartu, Montana State University-Billings

Charlotte Norman, Lewis Clark State College

Sarah Nelson, Idaho State University

Jessica Gibbs, University of Wyoming

Cecile Bates, Albertson College of Idaho

Katarina Gabaniova, Lewis Clark State College

Sara Cellan, Western State of Colorado

Lauren Dickman, Western Baptist College

Jinga Gosschalk, Long Beach State University

Aubrey Guastalli, University of Tennessee

Nicolette Dresback, Azusa Pacific University

Trenesha Biggers, Florida State University

Melanie Croser, Penn State University

Jodi Reber, University of California-Riverside

Belinda Stubbs, Montana State University

Angie Layton, Westminster College

Amy Kucheran, University of Buffalo

Camille Porter, Southern Oregon University

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Jessica White, Oral Roberts University

Andrea Sivakova, Idaho State University

Meliame Halaufia, California Baptist

Brandi Moore, Benedict College

Megan Kane, Carroll College

Denisa Svarova, Emporia State University

Sidney Orndorff, Stoneybrook University

Delicia Jernigan, Stoneybrook University

Lenka Zimova, Texas A&M

Joanna Hixon, Idaho State University

Nakeya Isabell, Pepperdine University

Jordan Eckman, Westminster College

Krystn Patterson, Albertson College

Nakeya Isabell

Pepperdine University


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Central Arizona College

Trinity Valley CC

Odessa College

Southeastern Illinois College

Monroe CC

Gulf Coast CC

Colby CC

Western Nebraska CC

Chipola College

Chattanooga State Technical CC

Gadsden State CC

Louisburg College

North Idaho College

Labette CC

Lake Region State College

Carl Albert State College

Shelton State CC

Motlow State CC

Barton County CC

Cloud County CC

Northeast Mississippi CC

Three Rivers CC

College of Southern Idaho

Florida CC

Central Florida CC

Odessa College

Cloud County CC

Trinity Valley CC

Southeastern Illinois

Monroe CC

Gulf Coast CC

Salt Lake CC

Central Arizona College

University of Arkansas-Fort Smith

Iowa Western CC

Louisburg College

Carl Albert State College

Western Nebraska CC

Shelton State CC

South Plains College

Chipola College

Yavapai College

Chattanooga State Technical CC

College of Southern Idaho

Coffeyville CC

Copiah-Lincoln CC

Lake Region State College

Georgia Perimeter College

State Fair CC

Three Rivers CC

2005-06 Women’s Basketball

NJCAA Final Poll

as of March 1, 2006

Top 25 Overall Record

2006-07 Women’s Basketball

NJCAA Pre-season Poll

Top 25 Overall Record

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28-0

28-1

26-0

26-2

24-1

27-3

25-3

27-2

26-4

23-2

24-2

23-1

23-6

26-2

26-2

25-4

25-3

21-3

23-5

24-5

20-4

22-6

22-6

20-7

20-10

34-1

26-7

32-3

32-3

31-1

29-4

24-10

34-1

26-9

24-8

25-2

26-6

32-4

31-5

25-6

31-6

26-5

27-4

25-7

23-9

20-8

30-5

21-11

17-13

22-7


CSI Overall 2005-06 Record: 25-7 Region 18 2005-06 Record: 15-3

All-Game Totals All Field Goals 3 Point Goals Free throws AVG OFF DEF TOT AVG AVG AVG AVG AVG

GP FG FGA PCT 3PG 3PA PCT FT FTA PCT PTS REB REB REB REB PF ASST ASST TO TO BLK BLK STL STL

Maria Moore 32 242 534 .453 44 154 .286 86 146 .589 19.2 98 158 256 8.0 95 166 5.19 131 4.09 7 0.22 127 3.97

Brittany Moore 32 139 316 .440 76 189 .402 43 56 .768 12.4 28 73 101 3.2 70 89 2.78 68 2.13 1 0.03 52 1.63

Jalena Williams 32 123 321 .383 31 96 .323 61 107 .570 10.6 92 117 209 6.5 56 47 2.61 33 1.83 1 0.06 77 2.41

Amy Bratvold 32 118 267 .442 16 47 .340 38 67 .457 9.1 94 93 187 5.8 86 34 1.06 34 1.06 24 0.75 52 1.63

Kaylan King 32 89 209 .426 54 152 .355 43 62 .694 8.6 22 39 61 1.9 54 49 1.53 47 1.47 3 0.09 45 1.41

Ashley Thompson 32 76 208 .365 0 0 .000 54 98 .551 6.4 113 103 216 6.8 88 26 0.81 50 1.56 5 0.16 42 1.31

Ciarra Christian 32 42 120 .350 15 44 .341 41 49 .837 4.4 13 33 46 1.4 30 51 1.59 49 1.53 1 0.03 30 0.94

Cheryl Blazzard 32 51 126 .405 12 44 .273 20 29 .690 4.2 34 45 79 2.5 33 30 0.94 45 1.41 3 0.09 19 0.59

Tanya Lalicker 31 47 117 .402 0 0 .000 34 66 .515 4.1 73 62 135 4.4 75 34 1.10 38 1.23 15 0.48 23 0.74

Alexis Tucker 32 38 115 .330 0 0 .000 13 21 .619 2.8 40 56 96 3.0 26 17 0.53 30 0.94 7 0.22 30 0.94

Josie Vouros 32 35 91 .385 3 8 .375 15 24 .625 2.8 37 45 82 2.6 72 12 0.38 20 0.63 12 0.38 10 0.31

Kylee Benke 7 5 18 .278 0 5 .000 7 9 .778 2.4 4 6 10 1.4 3 3 0.43 6 0.86 2 0.29 8 1.14

Erica Maldanado 25 18 41 .439 0 0 .000 20 29 .690 2.2 29 40 69 2.8 15 10 0.40 6 0.24 4 0.16 12 0.48

Team 21 14 35 1.3 3

CSI TOTALS 32 1023 2483 .412 251 739 .340 475 763 .623 86.6 698 884 1582 49.4 703 588 18.38 584 18.25 90 2.81 527 16.47

Opponents Totals 32 781 1932 .404 124 398 .312 440 739 .595 66.4 411 905 1316 41.1 676 459 14.34 888 27.75 142 4.44 270 8.44

SWAC Teams

North Idaho College

College of Southern Idaho

Salt Lake CC

Dixie State College

College of Eastern Utah

Snow College

Colorado Northwestern CC

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GP=Games Played

FG=Field Goals

FGA=Field Goals Attempted

PCT=Percent

FT=Free Throws

FTA=Free Throws Attempted

AVG PTS=Average Points

OFF REB=Offensive Rebounds

DEF REB=Defensive Rebounds

Wins

16

15

12

10

7

3

0

SWAC

2005-06

Losses

2

3

6

8

11

15

18

Pct.

0.889

0.833

0.667

0.556

0.389

0.167

0.000

PF=Personal Fouls

AVG ASST=Assists Per Game

ASST=Total Assists

AVG TO=Turnovers Per Game

TO-Total Turnovers

AVG BLK=Blocks Per Game

BLK=Total Blocks

AVG STL=Steals Per Game

STL=Total Steals

Wins

24

25

24

17

16

8

0

Overall

2005-06

Losses

7

7

10

15

15

21

29

Pct.

0.774

0.781

0.706

0.531

0.516

0.276

0.000


Date Opponent Result Score Site

11/10/05 South Mountain CC W 112-44 Twin Falls, Idaho

11/11/05 Eastern Arizona CC W 113-57 Twin Falls, Idaho

11/12/05 Midland College W 95-75 Twin Falls, Idaho

11/17/05 Mesa College W 78-62 Mesa, Ariz.

11/18/05 Central Arizona L 95-59 Coolidge, Ariz.

11/19/05 Pima College W 104-39 Tucson, Ariz.

11/24/05 Carl Albert State College L 89-74 Twin Falls, Idaho

11/25/05 Yakima Valley W 84-69 Twin Falls, Idaho

11/26/05 Arizona Western College W 90-58 Twin Falls, Idaho

12/01/05 Colorado Northwestern W 119-55 Twin Falls, Idaho

12/03/05 Snow College W 79-64 Twin Falls, Idaho

12/10/05 North Idaho College W 95-76 Twin Falls, Idaho

12/27/05 Nevada All-Stars W 132-52 Las Vegas, Nev.

12/28/05 Salt Lake CC L 68-65 Las Vegas, Nev.

12/29/05 Dixie State College W 78-69 Las Vegas, Nev.

01/05/06 College of Eastern Utah W 66-52 Price, Utah

01/07/06 Dixie State College W 77-69 St. George, Utah

01/14/06 Salt Lake CC W 73-67 Salt Lake City, Utah

01/20/06 Dixie State College W 76-63 Twin Falls, Idaho

01/21/06 Dixie State College W 113-86 Twin Falls, Idaho

01/27/06 College of Eastern Utah W 81-61 Twin Falls, Idaho

01/28/06 College of Eastern Utah W 96-69 Twin Falls, Idaho

02/10/06 North Idaho College L 84-66 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

02/11/06 North Idaho College L 93-86 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

02/17/06 Salt Lake CC W 72-65 Twin Falls, Idaho

02/18/06 Salt Lake CC L 83-74 Twin Falls, Idaho

02/24/06 Colorado Northwestern W 93-46 Rangely, Colo.

02/25/06 Colorado Northwestern W 102-57 Rangely, Colo.

03/03/06 Snow College W 67-55 Ephraim, Utah

03/04/06 Snow College W 79-68 Ephraim, Utah

03/07/06 Colorado Northwestern W 103-54 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

03/10/06 Salt Lake CC L 81-71 Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

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Date Day Opponent Site Time

Nov. 9-11 Thur.-Sat. Coke Classic Twin Falls, Idaho

Nov. 9 Thur. Casper College Twin Falls, Idaho 7:30 p.m.

Nov. 10 Fri. Sheridan College Twin Falls, Idaho 7:30 p.m.

Nov. 11 Sat. Central Arizona Twin Falls, Idaho 7:30 p.m.

Nov. 16-18 Thur.-Sat. Casper Tournament Casper, Wyo.

Nov. 16 Thur. Dawson CC Casper, Wyo. 4 p.m.

Nov. 17 Fri. Miles City College Casper, Wyo. 4 p.m.

Nov. 18 Sat. Casper College Casper, Wyo. 8 p.m.

Nov. 24-25 Fri.-Sat. Wolverton Challenge Twin Falls, Idaho

Nov. 24 Fri. Phoenix College Twin Falls, Idaho 6 p.m.

Nov. 25 Sat. Yakima College Twin Falls, Idaho 6 p.m.

Dec. 8 Fri. North Idaho College Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 6:30 p.m. (MST)

Dec. 9 Sat. North Idaho College Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 6:30 p.m. (MST)

Dec. 19 Tue. Scottsdale CC Scottsdale, Ariz. TBA

Dec. 21 Thur. Glendale CC Glendale, Ariz. 1 p.m.

Jan. 5 Fri. Colorado NW Rangely, Colo. 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 6 Sat. Colorado NW Rangely, Colo. 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 12 Fri. Salt Lake CC Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 13 Sat. Salt Lake CC Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 19 Fri. Snow College Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 20 Sat. Snow College Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 26 Fri. College of Eastern Utah Price, Utah 5:30 p.m.

Jan. 27 Sat. College of Eastern Utah Price, Utah 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 2 Fri. North Idaho College Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 3 Sat. North Idaho College Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 9 Fri. Colorado NW Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 10 Sat. Colorado NW Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 16 Fri. Salt Lake CC Salt Lake City, Utah 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 17 Sat. Salt Lake CC Salt Lake City, Utah 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 23 Fri. Snow College Ephraim, Utah 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 24 Sat. Snow College Ephraim, Utah 5:30 p.m.

Mar. 2 Fri. College of Eastern Utah Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Mar. 3 Sat. College of Eastern Utah Twin Falls, Idaho 5:30 p.m.

Mar. 8-10 Thur.-Sat. Region 18 Championships Home of Men’s Winner

Mar. 20-24 Tues.-Sat. NJCAA National Tournament Salina, Kansas

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2005-06 Region 18 Regular Season Individual Stat Leaders

Rebounds Per Game

Maria Moore ................. 3rd (7.8)

Ashley Thompson ....... 10th (6.7)

Jalena Williams ............11th (6.4)

Assist to Turnover Ratio

Maria Moore ............... 3rd (1.24)

Assists Per Game

Maria Moore ...............2nd (5.13)

Brittany Moore............ 8th (2.63)

Jalena Williams ......... 14th (2.06)

2005-06 Region 18 Team Stat Leaders All Games

Rebounding

CSI ............................... 1st (48.7)

Dixie ...........................2nd (48.6)

Salt Lake CC ............... 3rd (44.9)

Free Throw Percentage

Snow ............................ 1st (.687)

NIC .............................2nd (.679)

Dixie ........................... 3rd (.678)

Steals

CSI ............................. 1st (16.25)

CEU ..........................2nd (16.00)

SLCC ........................ 3rd (12.12)

Points Per Game

Maria Moore ................ 1st (19.2)

Brittany Moore............2nd (12.4)

Jalena Williams ........... 3rd (10.6)

Assists Per Game

Maria Moore .................. 1st (5.2)

Brittany Moore..............2nd (2.8)

Jalena Williams ............. 3rd (2.1)

Blocked Shots Per Game

Amy Bratvold ................ 1st (0.8)

Tanya Lalicker ..............2nd (0.5)

Josie Vouros .................. 3rd (0.4)

Points Per Game

Maria Moore ................ 1st (19.2)

Brittany Moore............ 5th (12.4)

Jalena Williams ......... 12th (10.6)

Amy Bratvold ............. 17th (9.0)

3-Point FG Made

Brittany Moore............. 1st (2.38)

Kaylan King ................ 3rd (1.69)

Maria Moore ............... 5th (1.38)

Jalena Williams ........... 9th (0.97)

Scoring Offense

CSI ............................... 1st (86.6)

SLCC ..........................2nd (78.3)

Dixie ........................... 3rd (75.7)

Scoring Defense

SLCC ........................... 1st (63.1)

NIC .............................2nd (64.0)

CSI .............................. 3rd (66.3)

Assists

SLCC ......................... 1st (18.64)

CSI ............................2nd (17.88)

NIC ........................... 3rd (14.74)

2005-06 Final CSI Category Leaders

Rebounds Per Game

Maria Moore .................. 1st (8.0)

Ashley Thompson .........2nd (6.8)

Jalena Williams ............. 3rd (6.5)

Steals Per Game

Maria Moore .................. 1st (4.0)

Jalena Williams .............2nd (2.4)

Brittany Moore.............. 3rd (1.6)

Amy Bratvold ............... 3rd (1.6)

3-Point Field Goals Per Game

Brittany Moore............... 1st (2.4)

Kaylan King ..................2nd (1.7)

Maria Moore ................. 3rd (1.4)

3-Point Field Goal Pct.

Brittany Moore............. 1st (.402)

Kaylan King ................ 3rd (.355)

Maria Moore ............... 6th (.284)

Steals Per Game

Maria Moore ................ 1st (3.94)

Jalena Williams ........... 4th (2.34)

Blocks Per Game

Amy Bratvold ............. 8th (0.72)

Tanya Lalicker .......... 15th (0.42)

Field Goal Percentage

SLCC ........................... 1st (.492)

NIC .............................2nd (.422)

CSI .............................. 3rd (.410)

3-Point Field Goal Pct

SLCC ........................... 1st (.360)

CSI ..............................2nd (.338)

Dixie ........................... 3rd (.304)

Assist to Turnover Ratio

CSI ............................... 1st (0.99)

NIC .............................2nd (0.81)

SLCC .......................... 3rd (0.79)

Field Goal Percentage

Maria Moore ................ 1st (.453)

Amy Bratvold .............2nd (.442)

Brittany Moore............ 3rd (.440)

3-Point Percentage

Brittany Moore............. 1st (.402)

Josie Vouros ................2nd (.375)

Kaylan King ................ 3rd (.355)

Free Throw Percentage

Ciarra Christian............ 1st (.837)

Brittany Moore............2nd (.768)

Kaylan King ................ 3rd (.694)

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NJCAA All-Americans

(Since 1993-94)

Amber McEwen ................................................ 1993-94

Amanda Covington............................................ 1996-97

Charlotte Norman .............................................. 1997-98

Sarah Nelson...................................................... 1998-99

Sidney Orndorff ................................................. 2004-05

Nakeya Isabell ................................................... 2004-05

Maria Moore ...................................................... 2005-06

NJCAA Academic All-Americans

(Since 1993-94)

Tracy Arrossa..................................................... 1995-96

Holly Harper ...................................................... 1996-97

Charlotte Norman .............................................. 1996-97

Sarah Nelson...................................................... 1998-99

Camille Porter ................................................... 2002-03

Cheryl Blazzard ................................................. 2005-06

Tanya Lalicker ................................................... 2005-06

Region 18 Tournament MVP

(Since 1993-94)

Sarah Nelson...................................................... 1998-99

Andrea Sivakova ............................................... 2003-04

Delicia Jernigan ................................................. 2004-05

Region 18 All-Tournament Team

(Since 1993-94)

Amber McEwen ................................................ 1993-94

Deanna Glover ................................................... 1995-96

Amanda Covington............................................ 1995-96

Sarah Nelson...................................................... 1997-98

Jessica Gibbs ..................................................... 1998-99

Belinda Stubbs ................................................... 2000-01

Lenka Zimova .................................................... 2003-04

Delicia Jernigan ................................................. 2003-04

Denisa Svarova .................................................. 2004-05

Lenka Zimova .................................................... 2004-05

Maria Moore ...................................................... 2005-06

Region 18 Coach of the Year

Ben Stroud ......................................................... 1990-91

Ben Stroud ......................................................... 1992-93

Joel Bate ............................................................ 1998-99

Randy Rogers .................................................... 2003-04

Randy Rogers .................................................... 2004-05

Region 18 Player of the Year

(Since 2003-04)

Sidney Orndorff ................................................. 2004-05

Maria Moore ...................................................... 2005-06

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All-Region 18 First Team

(Since 1988-89)

Hettie DeJong .................................................... 1988-89

Angie Olson ....................................................... 1989-90

Susanna Tauteoli................................................ 1990-91

Cynthia Clinger ................................................. 1990-91

Shirley Stepan.................................................... 1991-92

Amber McEwen ................................................ 1993-94

Marcy Jenkins ................................................... 1994-95

Amanda Covington............................................ 1995-96

Amanda Covington............................................ 1996-97

Charlotte Norman .............................................. 1997-98

Sarah Nelson...................................................... 1998-99

Jinga Gosschalk ................................................. 2000-01

Belinda Stubbs ................................................... 2001-02

Sidney Orndorff ................................................. 2003-04

Nakeya Isabell ................................................... 2004-05

All-Region 18 Second Team

(Since 1992-93)

Sharleece Keller ................................................ 1992-93

Deanna Glover ................................................... 1995-96

Charlotte Norman .............................................. 1996-97

Camille Porter ................................................... 2002-03

Denisa Svarova .................................................. 2003-04

Delicia Jernigan ................................................. 2003-04

Denisa Svarova .................................................. 2004-05

Joanna Hixon ..................................................... 2004-05

Brittany Moore .................................................. 2005-06

Jalena Williams ................................................. 2005-06

All-Region 18 Honorable Mention

(Since 1993-94)

Mandi Ortega ..................................................... 1995-96

Deena Bartu ....................................................... 1997-98

Sarah Nelson...................................................... 1997-98

Cecilie Bates ...................................................... 1998-99

Jessica Gibbs ..................................................... 1998-99

Belinda Stubbs ................................................... 2000-01

Crystal Hardcastle ............................................. 2001-02

Angela Williams ................................................ 2001-02

Amy Kucheran .................................................. 2002-03

Andrea Sivakova ............................................... 2003-04

Delicia Jernigan ................................................. 2004-05

Ashley Thompson.............................................. 2005-06


Region 18 is made up of eight teams from three states. Community College of Southern

Nevada and Western Nevada CC are the only schools without a basketball team.

Location: Rangely, Colorado

Enrollment: 3,600

President: John Boyd

Athletic Director: Dustin Colborn

Sports Information Director: Jason Graf

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

Enrollment: 23,000

President: Cynthia Biotheau

Athletic Director: Norma Carr

Sports Information Director: Hannah

Lee/Lisa Peshell

Location: Ephraim, Utah

Enrollment: 2,800

President: Michael T. Benson

Athletic Director: Bob Trythall

Sports Information Director: Gary Chidester

Location: Price, Utah

Enrollment: 2,500

President: Dr. Ryan Thomas

Athletic Director: Dave Paur

Location: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

Enrollment: 4,500

President: Dr. Michael Burke

Athletic Director: Al Williams

Sports Information Director: Erna Rhinehart

Colorado Northwestern CC

Salt Lake Community College

Snow College

College of Eastern Utah

North Idaho College

Mascot: Spartan

Colors: Red, White and Black

Head Women’s Basketball Coach:

Jason Graf

Last Season’s Record: 0-29 overall,

0-18 SWAC

Mascot: Bruin

Colors: Royal Blue and Gold

Head Women’s Basketball Coach:

Betsy Speketer

Last Season’s Record: 24-10

overall, 12-6 SWAC

Mascot: Badger

Colors: Blue, White and Gold

Head Women’s Basketball Coach:

Cindy Lawrence

Last Season’s Record: 8-21 overall, 3-

15 SWAC

Mascot: Golden Eagle

Colors: Navy Blue and Gold

Head Women’s Basketball Coach:

Dave Paur

Last Season’s Record: 16-15 overall,

7-11 SWAC

Mascot: Cardinal

Colors: Red and Gray

Head Women’s Basketball Coach:

Chris Carlson

Last Season’s Record: 24-7 overall,

16-2 SWAC

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Our number one goal for student-athletes at the College of

Southern Idaho is for them to experience high quality education

while participating in and enjoying the challenge of Division I

junior college basketball. The ultimate bonus, of course, is graduating

from a quality institution that has prepared them for a career

after athletics.

The CSI Athletic Department is committed to providing students

all the support and encouragement they need to find success both in

academics and athletics. The college provides unlimited resources

through its student services to assist student-athletes in the classroom.

Students will enjoy the benefits of attending a private study table

for basketball, as well as the use of the Academic Development

Center, and tutoring is provided as needed. Most importantly,

student-athletes have the support and friendship of the coaches, their

teammates and their academic advisor. The best of everything is

possible at the College of Southern Idaho.

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Listen to all the action live on

KTFI 1270 AM with Ken

Simmons (left) and Jonathan

Drew (right).

If you aren’t in the Twin Falls

area, go to www.csi.edu/athletics

and click on listen live to hear all

the CSI basketball games on your

computer.

Kat Powell

Academic Advisor

College of Southern Idaho


Jerry Beck

Gerald L. Beck began his career at the College of Southern

Idaho in 1975 and became president of the college in 2005. His

many titles at the college include Instructor, Coordinator of

Trade and Industry Programs, Dean of Continuing Education/

Summer School, Vice President of Instruction, and Executive

Vice President/Chief Academic Officer.

Dr. Beck is an Idaho native. He received his bachelor’s

degree in Technical Education, his master’s degree in Teacher

Education, and his Ed. D. in Adult Education from the

University of Idaho. He completed his post doctoral at Harvard

University Institute for Educational Management.

In addition to his duties at the college, Dr. Beck is a member

of the Twin Falls Rotary Club, and is a board member of the

State Workforce Development Council appointed by the

Governor. He serves as a board member on many local

organizations including Southern Idaho Economic Development

Organization, Region IV Development Association and Magic

Valley Regional Medical Center. He is past president of the

Idaho Association of Private Industry Councils.

Dr. Beck and his wife, Barbara, have three adult children and

three grandchildren. He attributes much of his success to the

opportunities provided by the college and the support from his

family and co-workers.

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Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. William May

Physical Therapist

Julie Ellis

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Sports Information

Karen Baumert

Team Physician

Dr. Thad Scholes

Chiropractor

Dr. Dave Long

Administrative Assistant

Ginger Nukaya

Team Physician

Dr. Mark McKain

Athletic Trainer

Richard Bingham


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“We challenge anyone to find a better

community college anywhere in the

nation.”

-Twin Falls General Information

Guide, Chamber of Commerce.

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“The College of Southern Idaho is the pulse of the Magic Valley in more ways than

one. Aside from being the fastest-growing institution of higher education in Idaho, CSI

adds to community life through its many events, programs and activities. Students, residents

and visitors all benefit from such CSI attractions as the new campus library and the

Herrett Center for the Arts and Sciences, home of the world class Faulkner Planetarium.”

-Twin Falls General Information Guide, Chamber of Commerce.

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Dance team members pictured from left to right: (front row) Ashley Roland;

(middle row) MikiAnna Williamson, Marissa Counter, Brandy Lowe, Whitnee

Beck and Sherise Hunt; (back row) Nicole Connell, Cori West and Shilo Bjornn.

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Cheerleaders pictured from left to right: (front row) Mery

Sandoval, Cori Sterling; (middle row) Alea Leavitt, Danyell

Garcia, Lindsey Hartley and Gina Rodriguez; (back row)

Justin Nukaya and Jayme Fort.


The College of Southern Idaho Athletic Department and the CSI Golden Eagle Booster club is now celebrating 40 years together.

Formed in 1966, the booster club was organized to raise funds for all CSI student-athletes and promote CSI athletics. The athletic

competition you are about to enjoy tonight has benefited from the long-standing commitment by the many faithful booster members who

donate generously each year.

Many of the student-athletes you see on campus today have received scholarship money generated by the CSI Golden Eagle Booster

Club. Memberships in the booster club are the main source of revenue CSI receives for student-athlete scholarships. By joining the

booster club, individuals have a direct impact on the quality of student-athletes the college can attract. Members have a unique opportunity

to develop friendships, and long-lasting relationships, and know that their financial support has helped a young person obtain a

college degree.

If you’re a fan of CSI athletics, your support can be expressed by joining the CSI Golden Eagle Booster club for the 2006-2007

season. Last year the booster club raised more than $100,000 for the scholarship fund. We need your help. Stop by the Booster table to see

how easy it is to join in with the best athletic department in the nation. Members enjoy invitations to the booster club luncheons, email

updates, discounts on concession items and free entry into post-game functions.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you as a new booster member and seeing you at our next booster club function. GO EAGLES!!!!!

Cactus Petes

Coca-Cola of Twin Falls

Domino’s Pizza

Donnelley Sports

Edge Wireless

American Family Insurance

Burger King

Cain’s Home Furnishing

Chevron Twin Stops

Countrywide Home Loans

DELL

D.L. Evans Bank

Golden Corral Buffet and Grill

Andy Bopp & Karen Griffith

Campus Housing

Days Inn

El Sombrero

Farmers Insurance Group

Furniture & Appliance Outlet

Ross and Kathy Deahl

Desert Sun Travel

Farmers National Bank

First Horizon Home Loans

Nick & Karen Baumert

Donna Brizee

Keith & Laura Detmer

Rex & Sandy Golay

Super Booster (Membership is at least $5,000)

Eureka Construction & Excavating

First Federal

Idaho Lottery

Joe & Rose Russell

K&T Steel

MV Business Systems

President’s Club (Membership is at least $2,000)

Hart’s Café

Hertz of Magic Valley

Hilex Poly

Idaho Central Credit Union

Irwin Realty

Lytle Signs

Jerry and Pauline Meyerhoeffer

Magic Valley Bank

Eagles Club (Membership is at least $1,000)

Gerties Brick Oven Cookery

Jaker’s

Magic Valley Regional Medical Center

Magic Signs

Napa Auto Parts

9 Beans and a Burrito

Coach’s Club (Membership is at least $500)

Gem State Trophies

John and Bonita Hepworth

George and Merilyn Lee

Low Book Auto Sales

Gold Club (Membership is at least $100)

Connie Hardy

Martin & Susan Lee

Mike Mason

Leonard Peterson

Middlekauff Auto Group

Outback Steakhouse

Times News

Valley Food Service – McDonald’s

Wolverton Homes

Red Lion Hotel

Ridleys Family Market

Rob Green Auto Group

Starley/Leavitt Insurance

Subway

United Dairymen of Idaho

Watkins Distributing

Westerra Real Estate Group

Salt Lake Express

Shilo Inns

Signs Now

Skuza Drywall

Snake Harley Davidson

Summit Construction

Dr. Roberts and Dr. Hall

Jeffrey E. Rolig, P.C.

Bruce and Debbie Skaug

Snake River Tire

Dale Riedesel

Thad Scholes

Sligar Farms

Bob and Betty Veeh

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Robert Adams

AG Electric

Clark Allen

Evelyn Allen

Marion & Fern Allen

Rachel Anderson

Arctic Circle Restaurant

Steve & Jodi Avalos

Monty Baker

Harlon Baker

Bert Banholzer

BASF

Bob & Lynn Beauregard

Jerry Beck

Craig & Marilyn Bennett

Les & Shirl Bennett

Sally Bergstrom

Ray Birrer

Merlin & Shirley Blake

Bloxham & Co., CPA’s

Gerry Bowden

Riley Boyd

Bozzuto Furniture

Rik & Bonnie Bratvold

Charles Brockway

Devoe Brown

David & Judy Brown

Jeff Bulkley

Fred Burkhalter

Joyce Burkhart

Canyonside Dairy

Carolyn Casper

Chadd Collectables

Randy Clark

Ronald & Glen Clark

Classic Cutting Manu.

Dana Covington

Howard & JoEllen Crane

Jerry & Sharon Cummings

Charles Cutler

Darren Hall Construction

Elbert Davis

Deagle, Ames & Co.

Dennis Clark Trucking

Paul DeWitt

David Dickerson &Gail

Richardson

Ray Drake

Larry & Eva Eastman

Curtis Eaton

Ken & Jane Edmunds

Luis Egusquiza

Julie Ellis

Dennis Eslinger

Shelly & Lynn Espy

Tom & Stephanie Evans

Brent Evans

Eye Center

Mark Fischer

Family Physical Therapy

First American Title Co.

Fisher Farms

Victor Frogeon

Ed & Dixie Fournier

Tracy and Joann Frank

Darlene Frazier

Allan Frost

Furniture & Appliance Outlet

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Golden Eagle (Membership is at least $50)

Tom Gabbert

Clayton Gardner

Jim Gaskin

Jim & Vince Gibson

Robert & Barbara Gietzen

Byrd Golay

Paula Greene

Lois Grove

Kevin Guthrie

Elmer & Dorothy Hagerty

Bob Hamilton

Daryn Harshbarger

Pauline Harvey

Eric & Tanya Heidenreich

Dona Henman

Bob & Colleen Henry

John & Bonita Hepworth

Gene Hillis

Jack Hirai

Jody Hollander

Bill Hollifield

Terry Hollifield

Cherylyn Holman

Alan Horner

Jim Howard

Debbie Hudson

Patrick Hughes

Max Humphries

Shirl Hustead

Idaho Construction Co.

Jeremy & Stacy Ihler

Chuck & JoAnn Ireton

Dick & JoAnn Irwin

John Irwin, Realtor

Cheryl Jenkins

Cal Jensen

Nancy Johnson

Harold & Vanda Johnson

Lonnie Johnston

Jann Jones

Brent & Sandra Jussel

K & D General Truck

K & W Dairy

JoAnn Keith

Jerry & Gayle Kemp

Jayme Ketterling

Sandy Kevan

Victoria King

Barry Knoblich

Jim & Nedra Korte

Joe Kovar

DuWayne Krauss

Bill and Donna Kyle

Darren Kyle

Rich & Tammy Lang

Donna Lanting

Elieen Lanting

Tom Larsen

Dan & Nancy Larson

Ray Leavitt

Lance LaBaron

Chuck Lehrman

LeMoyne Realty

Lewis Lenker

Kenneth Leonard

Vivian Lewis

Dr. Dave & Diane Long

Longview Fiber Paper

Joseph Lyman

Jim & Cathy Lynch

Magic Valley Pipe

Charles & Marlyn Mathews

Bryan Matsuoka

Carolyn Matsuoka

Dr. Willam May

Bruce McComas

Scott & Stephanie McCurdy

Barbra McKain

Dr. Mark McKain

Ed McLaughlin

Constance Meade

Jason Meyerhoeffer

Meyers Farms

Ronald Miciak

Rick & Jo Mikesell

Dee Misenhimer

Don Molesworth

Jackie Moore

Rick Moore

Leota Morris

Alton Mothershead

Chris Mottern

Mervin Mueller

Municipal Golf Course

Nick’s Custom Framing

Mr. & Mrs. Jay Nielson

Northside Bus Co.

Northwest Benevolent

Foundation

Penny O’Keefe

Olsen Bros. Construction

Jim & Janet Olsen

Dawn Orr

Rick Parks

Milo Pearson

Tracy Peery

Larry & Gay Petersen

Harold and Jeanette Peterson

Ronald Petersen

Lynn Pettingill

Plant Foods Inc

Pomerelle Portrait Studio

Robert Powers

Precision Lawn

Prescott-Craig Ins.

Jack & Sylvia Pretti

Jay & Elaine Proost

Greg & Bobbi Pyle

Duane Ramseyer

James Ray

Earl Reed

Owen & Wendy Rice

Clair & Virginia Ricketts

Jaime Ridgeway

Jerry Ridley

Roberta Riedesel

Rite Stuff Food

Richard & Olet Roberts

Randy Rogers

Jeffry E. Rolig Atty at Law

Brian & Debbie Royster

E.G. Ryan

Thad Scholes

Duane Schrank

Mark Schwarz

Jerry Shafer

Cliff & Marge Sharp

Gene Shaw

Joseph Shaw

Ron & Barbara Shockley

Richard Shriver

Brad Siegel

Ron & Jan Silvers

Carl Skabronski

Skinner Trucking Inc.

Karen Slaugh

Sligar Farms Inc

DeOnne Smith

Snake River Pool & Spa

Scott Snow CPA

Barton Sonner

Spirit Construction

Guy & Angie Standlee

Galen Stanger

Graydon Stanley

D.J. Stanley

Dick Stearns

Dick & Pat Sterling

Randy & Karen Stoker

Boyd Stokes

Dr. Carl Stones

Ken and Pat Struchen

Stukenholtz Laboratory

R.E. Stutzman

Summit Restoration

Jerod and Jill Sweesy

Gary & Sue Thomas

Bruce & Annie Thomason

Times News

Title Fact, Inc

Scott Trappen

Mike & Jody Tremblay

Triple J Dairy

Cathy Trotter

Twin Falls Trucking Equipment

Twin Stop

Kay Tucker

United Oil

USF Reddaway

Irene Vandervegt

Vandervegt Dairy

Brett VanWagoner

Vickers Western Stores

Dan Wade

Bob Wageman

Richard & Linda Walker

Brian Ward

Watertech

Mitch & Linda Watkins

Bill Watts

Harlan & Kasey Weigt

Glenn Wells

Mike & Colleen Werner

Western Skies Photo

Western Waste Services

Westerra Real Estate

Max Wheeler

Marilyn Whitesides

Gary & Missy Wignall

Bud Williams

Deb Wilson

Gary Wolverton

Chris Woodall

Donna Wuthrich

Phillip & Laveta Younger


McDonald’s, locally owned and operated by

Bill and Donna Kyle in Twin Falls, Burley and

Jerome sponsors the CSI Golden Eagles and the

McSlam-n-Jam. The money pledged for every dunk

during home Golden Eagle basketball games is split

between CSI Athletics and the Ronald McDonald

House.

Ronald McDonald House

The Reason

When a child becomes seriously ill, the whole family suffers, particularly if the child must be hospitalized or receive outpatient treatment

far away from home for extended periods of time.

To be with their child, parents often sleep on uncomfortable chairs or cots, or bear the expense and impersonal atmosphere of a hotel

room. At a time when they want all their strength available for their child, the simple demands of everyday life can seem overwhelming.

For these families, Ronald McDonald House offers a refuge from the hospital, a home-away-from-home, where they can have a room of

their own, a comfortable bed, kitchen and laundry facilities, toys for the kids, and a cup of hot coffee.

Ronald McDonald House

For the child, it’s knowing that mom and dad are close by, in a good place. It’s having a comforting, peaceful place to go from the

hospital.

For a brother or sister who cannot be there, it’s knowing that other family members are safe while away in a strange city.

For the parents in the House, it’s knowing that they are not alone, that others have gone through similar situations and survived. It’s new

parents getting practical advice from “veterans.” It’s people drawing hope and strength from late-night conversations in corridors and kitchens,

sharing experiences that can be difficult for family and friends back home to fully understand.

And, it’s a place to treasure every moment of having a child “home,” even if for just a short time.

For board members and volunteers, who give of their time, money, and skills, it’s knowing that what they do really helps.

How The House Operates

Each Ronald McDonald House is unique, created by a team of local citizens to meet the needs of their community. The House is owned

and operated by the local not-for-profit organization created by these citizens.

Local McDonald’s restaurants become involved in initial fundraising once several key elements are present: medical advisors from a

hospital with a need for such a House; a parent organization comprised of people whose children have been treated or are being treat at the

same hospital; and other interested and concerned volunteers.

To varying degrees, all groups participate in planning, construction, furnishing, building community awareness, securing goods and

services, and ongoing House operations. Other local and national companies also volunteer their support through material donations and

monetary contributions.

Families using the House donate $5 to $15 per day, if they can afford it. These revenues pay for part of the costs of continuing House

operations.

How It Began

The first Ronald McDonald House opened in Philadelphia in 1974 as the result of the perseverance and dedication of Fred Hill, then a

Philadelphia Eagles football player.

Today, through similar efforts by other groups of dedicated individuals, Ronald McDonald House provides temporary housing for more

than 350,000 people a year in facilities throughout the United States; Canada; Australia; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Geissen, West Germany.

McDonald’s Corporation assists in increasing public awareness and in providing start-up funding for the new Houses. The local not-forprofit

organization operating the House can quality for $25,000 grant from Ronald McDonald’s Children’s Charities.

Most importantly, it is the time and services of local volunteers and the local contributions of money and materials that make it possible

for the Ronald McDonald Houses to be open and operating.

Assisting in these efforts, McDonald’s restaurant franchisees, holding individual promotions around the country, have raised more than

$25 million for the Ronald McDonald Houses and the families they serve.

If you have questions about the national Ronald McDonald House program or wish to contact a local Ronald McDonald House regarding

services, activities, volunteer work or tax deductible donations, write or call: Ronald McDonald House, 101 Warm Spring Ave., Boise, ID

83712.


Southern Idaho

Basketball

2006-07

Media Speed Roster

Maria Moore - #3

5-5 So Guard

Sparks, Nev.

Ashley Thompson - #20

5-10 So Guard/Forward

McCammon, Idaho

Tera Tremayne - #31

5-7 Fr Guard

Battle Mountain, Nev.

Maylene Ornelas - #4

5-6 Fr Guard

Chihuahua, Mexico

Kali Hess - #21

5-8 Fr Guard

American Falls, Idaho

Eva Ivanova - #42

6-3 Fr Post

Varna, Bulgaria

Daraysha Kennedy - #10

5-5 Fr Guard

Portland, Ore.

Brittany Moore - #22

5-7 So Guard

Sparks, Nev.

Randy Rogers

Head Coach

5th Year

Anita Burdick - #44

6-3 Fr Post

Reno, Nev.

Amy Higbee - #11

5-8 Fr Guard

Alamo, Nev.

Whitney Thompson - #24

6-0 Fr Post

Shelley, Idaho

44

Merrilee Udy

Assistant Coach

2nd Year

Alexis Tucker - #14

5-11 So Forward

Firth, Idaho

Amy Bratvold - #30

6-0 So Guard/Forward

Twin Falls, Idaho

Jennifer Kioa - #52

6-4 Fr Post

San Mateo, Calif.

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