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<strong>HISTORY</strong> & <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

ORU 2009-10 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE


2009-10 ORU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

ALL-TIME HONORS<br />

All-American<br />

Basketball TIMES<br />

1996...................................................................Kisa Bradley, Honorable Mention<br />

Kodak<br />

2002..................................................................Krista Ragan, Honorable Mention<br />

Women’s Basketball Yearbook<br />

1986................................................ Vivian Herron, Freshman Honorable Mention<br />

All-Conference<br />

Player of the Year<br />

1998-99..........................................................................Krista Ragan (media)<br />

2000-01....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2001-02....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

Newcomer of the Year<br />

1998-99....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2000-01............................................................................. Jennette Bolovinos<br />

2003-04.........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2008-09..................................................................................... Georgia Jones<br />

First Team<br />

1986-87......................................................................................Vivian Herron<br />

.......................................................................................................Kim Ogden<br />

1998-99....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

1999-00....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2000-01....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2001-02....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2003-04.........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2004-05.........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2005-06.........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2006-07.........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2008-09......................................................................................Janae Voelker<br />

Second Team<br />

1997-98.................................................................................... Jessica Rhoten<br />

1998-99.................................................................................... Jessica Rhoten<br />

2000-01............................................................................. Jennette Bolovinos<br />

2001-02...................................................................................... Cori Williston<br />

2002-03...................................................................................... Cori Williston<br />

2003-04.......................................................................................Leah Cannon<br />

2006-07.......................................................................................Jenny Hardin<br />

2007-08............................................................................... Mariana Camargo<br />

2008-09............................................................................... Mariana Camargo<br />

All-Newcomer/All-Freshmen Team<br />

1997-98.................................................................................... Jessica Rhoten<br />

1998-99....................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2000-01...................................................................................... Cori Williston<br />

2001-02.................................................................................. Stephanie Clark<br />

2003-04.........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2005-06............................................................................... Mariana Camargo<br />

....................................................................................................Jenny Hardin<br />

2006-07......................................................................................Janae Voelker<br />

2008-09..................................................................................... Georgia Jones<br />

All-Tournament Team<br />

1983-84..................................................................................Margie Jackson<br />

.................................................................................................. Sherry Dailey<br />

.....................................................................................................Linda Haley<br />

1998-99...................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

................................................................................................ Jessica Rhoten<br />

2000-01...............................................................................Shayne McKenzie<br />

................................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2001-02...................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2003-04......................................................................................Leah Cannon<br />

.....................................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2004-05........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2006-07..................................................................................... Jenny Hardin<br />

.....................................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

.............................................................................................. Rachel Watman<br />

2007-08.....................................................................................Janae Voelker<br />

Tournament MVP<br />

1998-99...................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2000-01...................................................................................... Krista Ragan<br />

2003-04......................................................................................Leah Cannon<br />

2004-05........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2006-07........................................................................................Elisha Turek<br />

2007-80................................................................................. Rachel Watman<br />

Player of the Week<br />

1997-98............................................................. Jessica Rhoten (01/19, 02/9)<br />

1998-99...................................................................... Jessica Rhoten (02/01)<br />

...................................................................................... Krista Ragan (02/08)<br />

1999-00......................................................................... Krista Ragan (01/31)<br />

2000-01................................................................. Jennette Bolovinos (01/9)<br />

...................................................................................... Krista Ragan (02/20)<br />

2001-02...................................................Krista Ragan (12/10, 01/15, 01/29)<br />

2002-03.........................................................................Cori Williston (12/02)<br />

..................................................................................Stephanie Clark (12/16)<br />

...................................................................................... Kristin Brady (12/30)<br />

2003-04.........................................................................Leah Cannon (01/07)<br />

.............................................................................Elisha Turek (01/20, 02/24)<br />

2004-05........................................... Elisha Turek (11/23, 12/07, 12/21, 04/8)<br />

2005-06.........................................................................Jenny Hardin (12/20)<br />

........................................................................................Elisha Turek (01/31)<br />

2006-07.............................. Elisha Turek (11/14, 12/02, 12/26, 01/02, 01/23)<br />

.....................................................................................Janae Voelker (02/13)<br />

2007-08.........................................................................Jenny Hardin (12/04)<br />

2008-09.............................................................Janae Voelker (11/25, 01/06)<br />

* 1983-84 and 84-85 seasons spent in the Oil Country Athletic Conference<br />

* 1986-87 season spent in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference<br />

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MABEE CENTER <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

2009-10 ORU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

Last Time It Happened<br />

at the<br />

Mabee Center . . .<br />

A player scored 40+ points:<br />

42 - Kisa Bradley (ORU), ORU vs. Evangel (1/8/96)<br />

A player scored 35-39 points:<br />

37 - Krista Ragan (ORU), ORU vs. Western Ill.<br />

(2/18/02)<br />

A player scored 30-34 points:<br />

32 - Allison Curtin (Tulsa), ORU vs. Tulsa (11/27/02)<br />

Two players scored 20+ points in a game:<br />

24 - Bridget Brackens (Lamar), 22 - Elisha Turek<br />

(ORU), and 21 - Alycia Seay (ORU); ORU vs. Lamar<br />

(11/26/05)<br />

A player collected 20+ rebounds:<br />

20 - Tina Taylor (Oklahoma), ORU vs. Oklahoma<br />

(12/15/96)<br />

A player collected 15-19 rebounds:<br />

16 - Shannon Mims (ORU), ORU vs. UMKC (2/2/02)<br />

Two players had 10+ rebounds in a game:<br />

12 - Leanne Robison (ORU) and Janae Voelker (ORU)<br />

vs. Creigton (2/2/08)<br />

Two players had a double-double in a game:<br />

Janae Voelker (ORU), 18 pts and 10 rebs, and Jenny<br />

Hardin (ORU), 23 pts and 10 rebs; ORU vs. NDSU<br />

(12/10/07)<br />

A player had 20 points and 10 rebounds:<br />

Elisha Turek (ORU) ,20 pts, 10 rbs, ORU vs. IUPUI<br />

(1/27/07)<br />

A player had 20 points and 20 rebounds:<br />

Kisa Bradley (ORU), 29 pts, 21 rbs, ORU vs.<br />

Alcorn State (2/28/97)<br />

A player had a triple-double:<br />

Trina Davis (ORU), 14 pts, 12 asts, and 10 stls;<br />

ORU vs. UMKC (2/13/95)<br />

A player had 15+ assists in a game:<br />

Leah Cannon (ORU) ,15, vs. Chicago State (2/23/04)<br />

A player had 10-14 assists in a game:<br />

Mariana Camargo (ORU), 10 assists,<br />

ORU vs. IPFW (2/9/08)<br />

Individual Records<br />

Points Scored<br />

oru<br />

Player....50, Stacy Williams vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

Team.............................. 119, vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

Half....62 (2x), last vs. Missouri Southern (02/26/83)<br />

opponent<br />

Player.. 40, Jana McCully, Northwestern Okla. (12/04/81)<br />

Team.................111, Southern Nazarene (11/20/89)<br />

Half.....................61, Southern Nazarene (11/20/89)<br />

BOTH...... 209, ORU (111) vs. UMKC (98) (01/21/88)<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

oru<br />

Player...19, Sharon Tucker vs. Utah State (01/12/81)<br />

Team...47 (2x), last vs Missouri Southern (02/26/83)<br />

opponent<br />

Player. 15 (2x), last by Bobbie Mahan, Okla. Baptist (01/29/90)<br />

Team...................................... 48, Kansas (01/03/90)<br />

BOTH.....82, ORU (38) vs. Okla. City (44) (02/21/89)<br />

Field Goal Attempts<br />

oru<br />

Player.42, Stacy Williams vs. Okla. Baptist (01/29/90)<br />

Team.. 102, vs. Texas Women’s <strong>University</strong> (02/28/78)<br />

opponent<br />

Player.26 (2x), Last by Katrina Richardson, Langston (02/19/91)<br />

Team................................ 101, Langston (02/20/90)<br />

BOTH.179, ORU (79) vs. Okla. City (100) (02/21/89)<br />

3-Point Field Goals Made<br />

oru<br />

Player.8, Stacy Williams, vs. S. Nazarene (01/15/91)<br />

Team..............14, vs. Southern Nazarene (01/15/91)<br />

opponent<br />

Player....................... 6 (3x’s), Last by Melissa Busby,<br />

........................................ Missouri State (12/15/07)<br />

Team...................15, South Dakota State (03/03/08)<br />

BOTH..........24, ORU (12) vs. Lamar (12) (11/26/05)<br />

3-Point Field Goal Attempts<br />

oru<br />

Player.. 25, Stacy Williams, vs. Okla. Christian (02/22/90)<br />

Team.......36 (2x), Last vs. Southeast Missouri (11/19/90)<br />

opponent<br />

Player............................................................15 (2x)<br />

.Last by Demetriss Brown, Miss. Valley St. (11/27/93)<br />

Team.....................37, Youngstown State (02/18/99)<br />

BOTH..64, ORU (36) vs. School of Ozarks (28) (01/15/90)<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

oru<br />

Player....16, Stacy Williams vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

Team............. 38, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (02/06/88)<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

opponent<br />

Player....20, Angela Meadough, UA-Monticello (01/04/91)<br />

Team......................33 (3x), last by Phillips (01/12/91)<br />

BOTH..........52, ORU (19) vs. Phillips (33), (01/12/91)<br />

Free Throw Attempts<br />

oru<br />

Player...... 25, Stacy Williams vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

Team................55, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (02/06/88)<br />

opponent<br />

Player....21, Angela Meadough, UA-Monticello (01/04/91)<br />

Team........................................45, Phillips (01/12/91)<br />

BOTH..........76, ORU (31) vs. Phillips (45), (01/12/91)<br />

Rebounds<br />

oru<br />

Player......... 24, Veronica Franklin vs. Tulsa (01/17/81)<br />

Team..........................72, vs. Wichita State (02/17/79)<br />

opponent<br />

Player.......21, Carlotta Watson, Peru State (01/05/91)<br />

Team.....................72, Oklahoma Christian (02/22/90)<br />

BOTH.....129, ORU (59) vs. Langston (70), (02/20/90)<br />

Assists<br />

oru<br />

Player.......... 17, Leah Cannon vs Newman (12/06/03)<br />

Team................................... 33, vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

opponent<br />

Player......... 17, Angie McGrew, Evansville (02/07/87)<br />

Team...................................... 29, Missouri (12/08/84)<br />

BOTH........... 51, ORU (27) vs. Lamar (24), (11/26/05)<br />

Steals<br />

oru<br />

Player..........................................................................<br />

....................10 (4x), Last by Mariana Camargo vs. IPFW<br />

(02/09/08)<br />

Team..........................27, vs. Wichita State (12/05/05)<br />

opponent<br />

Player. 9, Colleen Cook, Youngstown State (01/08/98)<br />

Team....................... 29, Youngstown State (01/08/98)<br />

BOTH. 43, ORU (27) vs. Wichita State (16) (12/05/05)<br />

Blocked Shots<br />

oru<br />

Player..............9, Kisa Bradley vs. Wofford (02/08/97)<br />

Team................ 12 (2x), Last vs. Valparaiso (03/04/00)<br />

opponent<br />

Player...... 7 (2x’s) , Chanel Johnson , Tulsa (11/12/07)<br />

Team..................... 11, Southern Nazarene (01/15/91)<br />

BOTH...... 14, ORU (12) vs New Orleans (2), (2/18/85)<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

THIS IS ORU<br />

Five NCAA Tournament APPEARANCES<br />

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SINGLE-GAME <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

Individual Records<br />

Points<br />

ORU: .............................................. 50, Stacy Williams vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

Opponent:........................................ 46, Rose Avery, UA-Monticello (02/10/90)<br />

FIELD GOALS MADE<br />

ORU:.................................19, Sharon Tucker (2x) last vs. Utah State (01/12/81)<br />

Opponent:........................................ 17, Rose Avery, UA-Monticello (02/10/90)<br />

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:.................44, Stacy Williams (3x)last at Bartlesville Wesleyan (11/08/90)<br />

Opponent:.......................................... 33, Lisa Kirby, Oklahoma City (02/12/90)<br />

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE<br />

ORU:......................................11, Stacy Williams at Central Missouri (12/18/89)<br />

Opponent:........................................... 10, Kari Koch, Missouri State (12/20/05)<br />

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:........................ 33, Stacy Williams (2x) last at Central Missouri (12/18/89)<br />

Opponent:....15 (3x), last by Demetriss Brown, Missssippi Valley St. (11/27/93)<br />

FREE THROWS MADE<br />

ORU:............................................... 16, Stacy Williams vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

Opponent:.............................. 20, Angela Meadough, UA-Monticello (01/4/91)<br />

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:............................................... 25, Stacy Williams vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

Opponent:........................... 22, Angela Meadough, UA-Monticello (01/04/91)<br />

REBOUNDS<br />

ORU:.................................................. 24, Veronica Franklin vs. Tulsa (01/17/81)<br />

Opponent:................. 25 (2x), last by Donna Washington, Southern (12/28/93)<br />

ASSISTS<br />

ORU:......................................17, Leah Cannon vs. Kansas-Newman (12/06/03)<br />

Opponent:......................................19, Sharee Mitchum, Oklahoma (02/10/94)<br />

STEALS<br />

ORU:.................................... 10, Mariana Camargo vs. Wichita State (12/05/05)<br />

........................................................................ Trina Davis vs. UMKC (02/13/95)<br />

................................................. Trina Davis vs. Cal State-Northridge (01/14/95)<br />

Opponent:.................................................... 8, Travesa Gant, Lamar (03/08/93)<br />

BLOCKED SHOTS<br />

ORU:....................................................... 9, Kisa Bradley vs. Wofford (02/08/97)<br />

Opponent:................................................12, Brooke McAfee, IUPUI (01/24/04)<br />

Top 20 Scoring Performances<br />

.50....................................................... Stacy Williams, vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

.46............................................. Stacy Williams, at Central Missouri (12/08/89)<br />

.45................................................Stacy Williams, at Oklahoma City (02/12/90)<br />

.............................................................. Stacy Williams, vs. Phillips (01/30/90)<br />

.44.............................................. Sharon Tucker, vs. Texas-Arlington (02/10/81)<br />

.43...................................................... Sharon Tucker, vs. Utah State (01/12/80)<br />

............................................... Vivian Herron, vs. New Mexico State (11/28/88)<br />

.42.............................................................Kisa Bradley, vs. Evangel (01/08/96)<br />

...............................................Stacy Williams, at Cent. Arkansas St. (11/30/89)<br />

Top 20 Scoring Performances<br />

.41........................................................... Stacy Williams, at Phillips (12/02/89)<br />

..................................................Sharon Tucker, vs. Oklahoma State (02/07/81)<br />

.40............................................ Stacy Williams, vs. School of Ozarks (12/02/89)<br />

............................................................Vivian Herron, vs. Creighton (01/21/89)<br />

................................................................Sharon Tucker, at Georgia (11/22/80)<br />

.39..................................................... Kisa Bradley, vs. New Orleans (01/24/96)<br />

.........................................................Vivian Herron, vs. East Central (02/06/89)<br />

.38........................................ Stacy Williams, at Southern Nazarene (11/10/90)<br />

.37................................................ Krista Ragan, vs. Western Illinois (02/18/02)<br />

.................................................Stacy Williams, at Panhandle State (02/17/90)<br />

....................................................Vivian Herron, vs. North Texas St. (01/06/89)<br />

................................................... Bev McCowan, vs. McNeese State (01/10/81)<br />

.............................................................Rhonda Penquite, vs. Texas (03/26/78)<br />

Top 20 Rebounding Performances<br />

24...........................................................Veronica Franklin, vs. Tulsa (01/17/81)<br />

21.......................................................Kisa Bradley, vs. Alcorn State (02/28/97)<br />

20................................................ Kisa Bradley, at Prairie View A&M (02/06/97)<br />

20.........................................................Valeria Dos Santos, at UMKC (12/07/95)<br />

20.................................................Shonna Pope, at School of Ozarks (11/11/89)<br />

19.............................................................Elisha Turek, vs. Memphis (12/19/04)<br />

................................................ Sylvia Summings, at Texas Southern (01/09/92)<br />

18................................................................ Janae Voelker, at UMKC (02/21/09)<br />

................................................. Elisha Turek, vs. North Dakota State (11/11/06)<br />

................................................................. Stephanie Clark, at IUPUI (02/15/03)<br />

............................................. Ophelia Shantiloo, vs. Illinois-Chicago (11/26/94)<br />

..............................................................Amy Williams, vs. Langston (02/20/90)<br />

..................................................... Vivian Herron, vs. Oklahoma City (02/21/89)<br />

....................................................... Karen McClendon, vs. Langston (02/19/77)<br />

17...........................................................Janae Voelker, at Nebraska (12/02/08)<br />

.................................................................. Elisha Turek, vs. Oakland (01/29/07)<br />

....................................... Sylvia Summings, vs. Texas-Pan American (12/06/92)<br />

............................................Sylvia Cummings, at Nevada-Las Vegas (12/09/91)<br />

..............................................................Helen Garrett, vs. Langston (02/19/91)<br />

............................................................... Helen Garrett, at Langston (02/07/91)<br />

...................................................Amy Williams, vs. School of Ozarks (11/13/89)<br />

........................................Veronica Franklin, vs. Northwestern Okla. (01/24/81)<br />

.....................................................Sharon Tucker, vs. Pittsburg State (12/04/80)<br />

............................................. Rhonda Penquite, vs. Oklahoma State (12/10/77)<br />

...................................................................... Lisa Cole, vs. Cameron (02/26/77)<br />

Top 20 Assist Performances<br />

17..............................................Leah Cannon, vs. Kansas -Newman (12/06/03)<br />

16...............................................Georgia Jones, vs. Houston Baptist (11/29/08)<br />

15....................................................Leah Cannon, vs. Chicago State (02/23/04)<br />

..................................................................Leah Cannon, vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

.....................................................Leah Cannon, vs. Texas-Arlington (11/25/03)<br />

................................................................ Nanette Ogden. vs. UMKC (01/21/88)<br />

14........................................................ Leah Cannon, vs. Texas State (11/19/04)<br />

............................................................. Leah Cannon, vs. Valparaiso (01/10/04)<br />

....................................................Stacy Williams, vs. Oklahoma City (01/10/91)<br />

........................................... Lori Radermacher, vs. Hardin-Simmons (01/28/85)<br />

12................................................................... Trina Davis, vs. UMKC (02/13/95)<br />

......................................................Nanette Ogden, vs. Kansas State (01/08/88)<br />

...................................................................... Kathy Paden, vs. Tulsa (03/02/83)<br />

................................................ Diane Andrews, at Eastern Kentucky (12/31/82)<br />

11...................................... 12 times, last by Leah Cannon, vs. IUPUI (02/07/04)<br />

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The Last Time ORU . . .<br />

Had a player score 40 points:<br />

Kisa Bradley (42), vs. Evangel (01/08/96)<br />

Had a player score 35-39 points:<br />

Krista Ragan (37), vs. Western Illinois (02/18/02)<br />

Had a player score 30-34 points:<br />

Elisha Turek (32), at Centenary (01/22/07)<br />

Had a player with back-to-back 30 point games:<br />

Krista Ragan, 37 vs. Western Illinois (02/18/02) and 33 at<br />

Southern Utah (02/23/02)<br />

Had two players score 20 points in a game:<br />

Georgia Jones (20) and Janae Voelker (20), at Marquette (11/15/08)<br />

Amy Pryor (26) and Janae Voelker (21) vs. Wichita State (11/18/08)<br />

Had a player collect 20 rebounds:<br />

21, Kisa Bradley, vs. Alcorn State (02/28/97)<br />

Had a player collect 15-19 rebounds:<br />

17, Janae Voelker, at Nebraska (12/02/08);<br />

18, Janae Voelker, at UMKC (02/21/09)<br />

Had two players with 10 rebounds in a game:<br />

Monah Pegorari (10) and Janae Voelker (18) at UMKC (02/21/09)<br />

Had two players with a double-double in a game:<br />

Jordan Pyle (10 pts., 10 rebs.) and Janae Voelker (15 pts., 15 rebs) vs. Sam<br />

Houston State (12/29/08)<br />

Had a player with back-to-back double-doubles:<br />

Janae Voelker (12 pts., 12 rebs.) vs Southern Utah (01/24/09), (14 pts.,<br />

12 rebs.) vs UMKC (01/26/09) and (10 pts., 12 rebs.) at Centenary<br />

(01/31/09)<br />

Had a player with 20 points and 10 rebounds:<br />

Janae Voelker (27 pts., 13 rebs) vs. Houston Baptist (11/29/08), (27 pts.,<br />

18 rebs.) at UMKC (02/21/09); Amy Pryor (26 pts., 10 rebs.) vs. Wichita<br />

State (11/18/08)<br />

Had a player with 20 points and 20 rebounds:<br />

Kisa Bradley (29 pts, 21 rbs), vs. Alcorn State (02/06/97)<br />

Had a player with a triple-double:<br />

Trina Davis (14 pts, 12 asts, 10 stls), vs. UMKC (02/13/95)<br />

Had a player with 15 assists in a game:<br />

Georgia Jones (16) vs. Houston Baptist (11/29/08)<br />

Had a player with 10-14 assists in a game:<br />

Mariana Camargo (10), vs. IPFW (02/09/08)<br />

SINGLE-GAME <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

Scored 100 points in a game:<br />

101 vs. Houston Baptist (11/29/08)<br />

Allowed 100 points in a game:<br />

107 vs. Oklahoma (12/03/05)<br />

Scored 60 points in a half:<br />

62 (2nd half), at Southern Utah (01/04/06)<br />

Allowed 60 points in a half:<br />

60 (2nd half), vs. Oklahoma (12/03/05)<br />

Won an overtime game:<br />

76-74 at Southern Utah (02/23/09)<br />

Lost an overtime game:<br />

75-79 at Oakland (02/09/09)<br />

Shot 70% from the field for a half:<br />

74.2 (23-31) vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

Shot 60% from the field for a half:<br />

60.0 (24-40) vs. Houston Baptist (11/29/08)<br />

Shot under 30% from the field for a half:<br />

20.7 (6-29) vs. North Dakota State (02/28/09)<br />

Shot 60% from the field for a game:<br />

60.5 (26-43) at IPFW (01/14/08)<br />

Shot 50% from the field for a game:<br />

51.6 (32-62) at Oakland (02/09/09)<br />

Shot under 40% from the field for a game:<br />

29.7 (19-64) vs. North Dakota State (02/28/09)<br />

Held an opponent under 30% for a game:<br />

26.7 (12-45) vs. Centenary (01/03/09)<br />

Allowed an opponent to shot 60% for a game:<br />

69.2 (9-13) vs. Centenary (01/03/09)<br />

Shot 50% from the 3-PT line in a game:<br />

55.6 (5-9), vs. Centenary (01/05/08)<br />

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Shot 90% from the FT line in a game (min. 10 attempts):<br />

92.3 (12-13), at Centenary (01/05/08)<br />

Shot under 50% from the FT line in a game:<br />

44.4 (4-9) at Oakland (02/09/09)<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

THIS IS ORU<br />

Five NCAA Tournament APPEARANCES<br />

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TEAM <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

Team Records<br />

MOST POINTS - Game<br />

ORU: ........................................................................ 119, vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

Opponent:..........................................138, Southwestern Oklahoma (12/01/89)<br />

FEWEST POINTS - Game<br />

ORU:............................................................................ 27, at Buffalo (01/03/98)<br />

Opponent:....................................................................... 29, Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

MOST POINTS - Half<br />

ORU:....................................................................................62,at Southern Utah<br />

........................................................................vs. Missouri Southern (02/26/83)<br />

................................................................................vs. Wichita State (02/17/79)<br />

Opponent:.......................................................... 74, Ark.-Monticello (02/10/90)<br />

FEWEST POINTS - Half<br />

ORU:.............................................................................. 9, at Buffalo (01/03/98)<br />

Opponent:............................................................................ 8 , Tulsa (01/19/87)<br />

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE<br />

ORU:............................................................................... 50, vs. Tulsa (12/15/77)<br />

Opponent:............................................60, Southwestern Oklahoma (12/01/89)<br />

FEWEST FIELD GOALS MADE<br />

ORU:.............................................................................. 7, at Buffalo (01/03/98)<br />

Opponent:....................................................................... 10, Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:.............................................................................102, vs. Texas (02/22/78)<br />

Opponent:..........................................117, Southwestern Oklahoma (12/01/89)<br />

FEWEST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:................................................................37, at Western Illinois (01/28/06)<br />

Opponent:...................................................................29, Valparaiso (02/12/00)<br />

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE<br />

ORU:.............................................................708 (46-65), vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

Opponent:..................................... .633 (38-60), Northeastern State (02/04/91)<br />

LOWEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE<br />

ORU:................................................................175 (7-40), at Buffalo (01/03/98)<br />

Opponent:.........................................................204 (10-49), Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE<br />

ORU:.................................................................15, at Southern Utah (01/04/06)<br />

Opponent:.............................................................16, Missouri State (12/20/05)<br />

.......................................................................................... Creighton (12/06/89)<br />

MOST 3-POINT FIELD GOALS Attempted<br />

ORU:.........................................................39, at <strong>University</strong> of Ozarks (11/17/90)<br />

Opponent:.........................................................29, Central Arkansas (11/18/06)<br />

Fewest Free Throws Made<br />

ORU:.................................................. 1, at Southwest Missouri State (01/30/96)<br />

Opponent:.......................................... 1 (4x), last by Western Illinois (01/12/04)<br />

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:................................................................55, vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff (02/06/88)<br />

Opponent:...................................46 (2x), last by Sam Houston State (12/18/95)<br />

FEWEST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED<br />

ORU:...................................................................3 (4x), Last at IUPUI (02/04/99)<br />

Opponent:..........................................1 (2x), Last by Western Illinois (01/12/04)<br />

MOST REBOUNDS<br />

ORU:........................................................... 76, at Bethany Nazarene (02/28/77)<br />

Opponent:................................................................... 84, Creighton (12/06/89)<br />

FEWEST REBOUNDS<br />

ORU:.......................................................................19, vs. Valparaiso (02/26/05)<br />

Opponent:...........................................................11, Western Illinois (01/28/06)<br />

MOST ASSISTS<br />

ORU:..............................................................33 (2x), last vs. Bacone (11/29/03)<br />

Opponent:...................................................................37, Vanderbilt (01/14/93)<br />

FEWEST ASSISTS<br />

ORU:...........................................................0, vs. Southern Nazarene (11/24/89)<br />

Opponent:................................................. 0, Southwest Missouri St. (11/27/77)<br />

MOST PERSONAL FOULS<br />

ORU:..........................................................37, at Sam Houston State (12/18/95)<br />

Opponent:.......................................................37, Tennessee-Martin (02/11/95)<br />

MOST STEALS<br />

ORU:.................................................................. 27, vs. Wichita State (12/05/05)<br />

Opponent:....................................................................30, Alabama (02/25/93)<br />

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS<br />

ORU:...................................................... 13, vs. Southern Mississippi (01/04/92)<br />

Opponent:.......................................................................... 16, IUPUI (01/24/04)<br />

MOST TURNOVERS<br />

ORU:..........................................................................45, at Alabama (02/25/93)<br />

Opponent:.............................................................. 43, Wichita State (12/05/05)<br />

FEWEST TURNOVERS<br />

ORU:................................................................4, at Central Arkansas (11/30/89)<br />

Opponent:............................................................. 3, Fort Hays State (11/18/78)<br />

MOST FREE THROWS MADE<br />

ORU:................................................................38, vs. Ark.-Pine Bluff (02/06/88)<br />

Opponent:.......................................................................35, Georgia (11/22/98)<br />

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SEASON <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

2009-10 ORU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

Individual Records<br />

Points Scored....................................... 1,060, Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

Scoring Average............................................ 26.5, Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

Field Goals Made............................................ 363, Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

Field Goal Attempted................................. 1,122, Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

Field Goal %.....................................600 (72-102), Shannon Mims (2001-02)<br />

3-PT Field Goals Made................................... 194, Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

3-PT Field Goal Attempts.............................. 697, Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

3-PT Field Goal % ................................ .463 (25-32), Leah Cannon (2004-05)<br />

Free Throws Made...............................................166, Kim Ogden (1986-87)<br />

Free Throws Attempted......................................254, Kim Ogden (1986-87)<br />

Free Throw % (Min. 50 Att.)............... .829 (63-76), Leah Cannon (2003-04)<br />

Rebounds...........................................................365, Amy Williams (1989-90)<br />

Rebound Average............................................ 11.2, Vivian Herron (1988-89)<br />

Assists.................................................................231, Leah Cannon (2003-04)<br />

Steals............................................................... 115, Stacy Williams (1990-91)<br />

Blocked Shots.....................................................119, Kisa Bradley (1995-96)<br />

Double-Digit Scoring Games<br />

36................................................................................ Stacy Williams (1989-90)<br />

32.....................................................................................Elisha Turek (2006-07)<br />

31.....................................................................................Elisha Turek (2006-07)<br />

30................................................................................ Stacy Williams (1990-91)<br />

30................................................................................. Janae Voelker (2008-09)<br />

29.....................................................................................Elisha Turek (2005-06)<br />

28................................................................................... Krista Ragan (1998-99)<br />

28.....................................................................................Elisha Turek (2006-07)<br />

27.................................................................................. Jenny Hardin (2006-07)<br />

........................................................................................Elisha Turek (2004-05)<br />

...................................................................................... Krista Ragan (2001-02)<br />

...................................................................................... Krista Ragan (2000-01)<br />

.....................................................................................Vivian Herron (1988-89)<br />

........................................................................................ Kim Ogden (1986-87)<br />

26...............................................................................Sarah Davidson (2006-07)<br />

........................................................................................Elisha Turek (2003-04)<br />

.....................................................................................Vivian Herron (1987-88)<br />

........................................................................................ Kim Ogden (1985-86)<br />

..................................................................................Margie Jackson (1984-85)<br />

Double-Doubles<br />

19..................................................................................Vivian Herron (1988-89)<br />

18.....................................................................................Elisha Turek (2006-07)<br />

16.....................................................................................Elisha Turek (2004-05)<br />

14....................................................................................Kisa Bradley (1995-96)<br />

13....................................................................................Kisa Bradley (1996-97)<br />

.....................................................................................Vivian Herron (1987-88)<br />

........................................................................................ Kim Ogden (1985-86)<br />

12................................................................................. Janae Voelker (2008-09)<br />

........................................................................................Elisha Turek (2003-04)<br />

11..................................................................................Helen Garrett (1990-91)<br />

10............................................................................ Sylvia Cummings (1991-92)<br />

...................................................................................Lynette Eggers (1986-86)<br />

Team Records (Highs)<br />

Games............................................................................................. 40 (‘89-90)<br />

Wins................................................................................................ 31 (‘77-78)<br />

Losses............................................................................................. 38 (‘89-90)<br />

Home Wins..................................................................................13 (2006-07)<br />

Road Wins..........................................................................10 (4x, last:’92-93)<br />

Neutral Wins................................................................................ 12 (‘77-78)<br />

Home Losses.................................................................................. 11 (‘88-89)<br />

Road Losses................................................................................... 22 (‘92-93)<br />

Neutral Losses............................................................................... 7 (‘89-90)<br />

Points........................................................................................ 2,684 (‘89-90)<br />

Scoring Average........................................................................ 81.2 (‘82-83)<br />

Field Goals Made..................................................................... 1,114 (‘77-78)<br />

Field Goal Attempts............................................................... 2,893 (‘89-90)<br />

Field Goal Percentage............................................................. .488 (‘83-84)<br />

3-Pt field goals Made............................................................... 252 (‘89-90)<br />

3-Pt Attempts.............................................................................. 917 (‘89-90)<br />

3-Pt Field Goal Percentage..................................................... .387 (‘86-87)<br />

Free Throws Made..................................................................... 512 (‘89-90)<br />

Free Throw Attempts................................................................ 746 (‘89-90)<br />

Free Throw Percentage........................................................... .726 (‘98-99)<br />

Rebounds.................................................................................. 1,851 (‘76-77)<br />

REBOUND AVERAGE....................................................................... 54.6 (‘76-77)<br />

ASSISTS........................................................................................... 511 (‘82-83)<br />

STEALS............................................................................................ 362 (‘96-97)<br />

Team Records (Lows)<br />

Games............................................................................................. 22 (‘75-76)<br />

Wins.................................................................................................. 1 (‘92-93)<br />

Losses............................................................................................... 1 (‘82-83)<br />

Home Wins....................................................................................... 0 (‘92-93)<br />

Road Wins........................................................................... 0 (5x, last: ‘95-96)<br />

Neutral Wins..................................................................... 0 (5x, last: ‘97-98)<br />

Home Losses....................................................................... 0 (4x, last: ‘91-92)<br />

Road Losses..................................................................................... 0 (‘82-83)<br />

Neutral Losses.................................................................... 0 (‘83-84 ‘90-91)<br />

Points........................................................................................ 1,454 (‘92-93)<br />

Scoring Average........................................................................ 55.9 (‘92-93)<br />

Field Goals Made......................................................................... 584 (‘92-93)<br />

Field Goal Attempts................................................................ 1,486 (‘97-98)<br />

Field Goal Percentage.............................................................. .332 (‘89-90)<br />

3-Pt field goals Made.................................................................. 29 (‘86-87)<br />

3-Pt Attempts................................................................................. 75 (‘86-87)<br />

3-Pt Field Goal Percentage..................................................... .240 (‘92-93)<br />

Free Throws Made....................................................................... 130 (‘75-76)<br />

Free Throw Attempts................................................................. 224 (‘75-76)<br />

Free Throw Percentage........................................................... .580 (‘75-76)<br />

Rebounds...................................................................................... 904 (‘75-76)<br />

REBOUND AVERAGE......................................................................... 34.3 (‘84-85)<br />

ASSISTS............................................................................................ 188 (‘78-79)<br />

STEALS............................................................................................. 221 (‘92-93)<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

THIS IS ORU<br />

Five NCAA Tournament APPEARANCES<br />

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MISCELLANEOUS <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

Join the Club . . .<br />

2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds<br />

Vivian Herron ............2,192 pts and 1,007 rebs<br />

Elisha Turek................2,046 pts and 1,167 rebs<br />

1,000 points, 500 rebounds<br />

Vivian Herron.............2,192 pts and 1,007 rebs<br />

Elisha Turek................2,046 pts and 1,167 rebs<br />

Sharon Tucker...............1,783 pts and 745 rebs<br />

Kim Ogden....................1,720 pts and 728 rebs<br />

Kisa Bradley..................1,182 pts and 530 rebs<br />

Mariana Camargo.........1,194 pts and 501 rebs<br />

Janae Voelker................1,040 pts and 683 rebs<br />

1,000 points, 300 assists<br />

Kim Ogden ..................1,720 pts and 518 assts<br />

Krista Ragan ...............2,152 pts and 398 assts<br />

Mariana Camargo........1,194 pts and 474 assts<br />

1,000 points, 200 steals<br />

Kim Ogden .................... 1,720 pts and 372 stls<br />

Vivian Herron................. 2,192 pts and 211 stls<br />

Stacy Williams ............... 1,791 pts and 208 stls<br />

Mariana Camargo.......... 1,194 pts and 206 stls<br />

1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 250 assists<br />

Kim Ogden ..1,720 pts, 728 rebs, and 518 assts<br />

M. Camargo..1,194 pts, 501 rebs and 474 assts<br />

1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 75 blocks<br />

Vivian Herron ... 2,192 pts, 1,0007 rebs, and 90 blks<br />

Kisa Bradley...1,182 pts, 530 rebs and 213 blks<br />

1,000 pts, 250 assts, 150 steals<br />

Kim Ogden ... 1,720 pts, 518 assts, and 372 stls<br />

Krista Ragan ... 2,152 pts, 398 assts, and 190 stls<br />

Stacy Williams .... 1,791 pts, 272 assts, and 208 stls<br />

Mariana Camargo.1,194 pts, 474 assts and 206 steals<br />

250 assists, 150 steals<br />

Kim Ogden..................... 518 assts and 372 stls<br />

Krista Ragan.................. 298 assts and 190 stls<br />

Sherry Dailey................. 324 assts and 189 stls<br />

Stacy Williams............... 272 assts and 208 stls<br />

Cari Chamberlin............. 251 assts and 162 stls<br />

Mariana Camargo.......... 474 assts and 206 stls<br />

Join the Club . . .<br />

500 Field Goals, 250 Free Throws:<br />

Vivian Herron....................853 FGs and 485 FTs<br />

Krista Ragan.....................772 FGs and 400 FTs<br />

Sharon Tucker...................687 FGs and 409 FTs<br />

Kim Ogden........................585 FGs and 524 FTs<br />

200 Free Throws, 100 3-PT Field Goals:<br />

Krista Ragan.............400 FTs and 208 3-PT FGs<br />

Stacy Williams..........242 FTs and 321 3-PT FGs<br />

Overtime Games . . .<br />

Record in overtime games: 14-9 (.609)<br />

Wins<br />

12/20/86.......... ORU 82, Oklahoma State 72 (H)<br />

11/28/88....... ORU 85, New Mexico State 83 (H)<br />

02/17/92....... ORU 79, Oklahoma Baptist 72 (H)<br />

01/24/96................ORU 81, New Orleans 79 (H)<br />

01/05/02....................ORU 74, UMKC 69 2OT (A)<br />

01/28/02.............ORU 88, Southern Utah 85 (H)<br />

02/02/02.......................... ORU 75, UMKC 72 (H)<br />

03/02/02........... ORU 75, Western Illinois 72 (N)<br />

02/07/04...........................ORU 89, IUPUI 65 (H)<br />

03/08/04........... ORU 72, Western Illinois 70 (N)<br />

12/04/04.......... ORU 65, Oklahoma State 61 (H)<br />

01/06/05.................... ORU 68, IUPUI 64 2OT (A)<br />

12/10/07......................ORU 73, NDSU 68 OT (H)<br />

02/23/09........ ORU 76, Southern Utah 74 OT (A)<br />

Losses<br />

11/24/1979.....Cal Poly-Pomona 82, ORU 76 (N)<br />

02/18/80................... Texas Tech 91, ORU 88 (H)<br />

11/26/88....Texas-Arlington 81, ORU 80 2OT (N)<br />

12/11/93................... UMKC 82, ORU 78 2OT (N)<br />

02/07/94........ East Texas Baptist 66, ORU 63 (H)<br />

01/10/98................... Valparaiso 83, ORU 77 (H)<br />

01/29./07......................Oakland 68, ORU 64 (H)<br />

03/01/08.................... NDSU 75, ORU 72 2OT (A)<br />

02/09/09.......................Oakland 79, ORU 75 (A)<br />

100 Point Games...<br />

When ORU Scores 100 points: (15-0)<br />

12/08/75...............ORU 103, John Brown 33 (H)<br />

12/15/77.......................... ORU 112, Tulsa 45 (A)<br />

03/26/78......................... ORU 100, Texas 84 (N)<br />

02/17/79.............ORU 109, Wichita State 66 (H)<br />

01/12/80................. ORU 104, Utah State 67 (H)<br />

01/22/81.......................... ORU 111, Tulsa 77 (A)<br />

01/06/83............ORU 103, S’west Baptist 68 (A)<br />

02/26/83............ ORU 106, Mo. Southern 53 (H)<br />

01/21/87........................ ORU 111, UMKC 98 (H)<br />

02/11/89........ ORU 101, School of Ozarks 67 (H)<br />

11/29/03...................... ORU 119, Bacone 29 (H)<br />

12/13/04.............. ORU 103, St. Gregory’s 40 (H)<br />

11/26/05........................ORU 111, Lamar 84 (H)<br />

12/16/06.............. ORU 111, St. Gregory’s 42 (H)<br />

11/29/08........ ORU 101, Houston Baptist 59 (H)<br />

ORU vs. the Top 25<br />

Record against the Top 25: 5-45 (.100)<br />

11/25/76........ #2 Wayland Bap. 101, ORU 62 (A)<br />

12/28/77......... #6 Old Dominion 82, ORU 49 (N)<br />

01/12/78.....ORU 68, #19 Memphis 67 (N)<br />

02/22/78.......... ORU 75, #14 Texas 40 (H)<br />

03/26/78........ ORU 100, #15 Texas 84 (N)<br />

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Kim Ogden compiled one of ORU’s most well-rounded<br />

careers, as she is still the only player in school history<br />

to record 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 300 steals and<br />

200 assists.


MISCELLANEOUS <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

2009-10 ORU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

ORU vs. the Top 25 cont.<br />

12/17/78....................#3 UCLA 85, ORU 64 (A)<br />

03/08/79................... #3 Texas 77, ORU 68 (H)<br />

01/14/80................#1 La. Tech 94, ORU 67 (A)<br />

03/12/81................. #11 Texas 97, ORU 63 (N)<br />

01/22/82................#1 La. Tech 94, ORU 53 (A)<br />

02/23/82............... #1 La. Tech 89, ORU 51 (H)<br />

01/11/83...........#14 Missouri 109, ORU 70 (A)<br />

02/21/84................#2 La. Tech 98, ORU 61 (A)<br />

12/08/84............ #19 Missouri 95, ORU 75 (H)<br />

01/05/85........ #16 Texas Tech 101, ORU 66 (A)<br />

02/16/85............#6/5 La. Tech 78, ORU 59 (H)<br />

12/19/85....ORU 61, #NR/24 Texas Tech 54 (H)<br />

01/8/86...ORU 78, #NR/25 Kansas St. 75 (H)<br />

01/11/86......#13/13 Oklahoma 101, ORU 78 (A)<br />

02/15/88....#19/24 New Mexico St. 90, ORU 81 (A)<br />

12/19/91.........#2/2 Stanford 112, ORU 74 (A)<br />

12/20/91...........#8/8 NC State 92, ORU 60 (N)<br />

02/19/92....... #5/3 Mississippi 87, ORU 63 (A)<br />

02/20/92.... #22/21 Alabama 100, ORU 75 (A)<br />

02/27/92.......#19/18 Clemson 98, ORU 54 (A)<br />

12/03/93..........#15/16 Kansas 94, ORU 66 (A)<br />

12/21/95....... #21/19 Okla. St. 84, ORU 44 (N)<br />

02/28/96............#23/NR Texas 75, ORU 56 (A)<br />

12/05/96.......#10/7 Texas Tech 74, ORU 51 (A)<br />

01/02/97.......... #6/6 Alabama 70, ORU 65 (A)<br />

01/17/97........ #5/5 Alabama 101, ORU 67 (H)<br />

12/02/97...... #20/21 Arkansas 82, ORU 59 (H)<br />

12/14/97........ #15/10 Georgia 64, ORU 60 (H)<br />

11/22/98........ #7/10 Georgia 118, ORU 64 (A)<br />

11/28/98...... #14/14 Arkansas 84, ORU 56 (A)<br />

03/13/99............. #1/1 Purdue 68, ORU 48 (A)<br />

11/18/00........#14/17 Oklahoma 87, ORU 56 (H)<br />

12/19/00................ #6/5 Duke 62, ORU 51 (N)<br />

03/17/01........ #7/7 Oklahoma 70, ORU 64 (A)<br />

11/09/01.......#12/13 Colorado 78, ORU 49 (A)<br />

11/17/01........ #4/5 Oklahoma 73, ORU 38 (N)<br />

11/30/01.......... #12/14 Baylor 74, ORU 46 (H)<br />

11/23/02.... #23/25 Oklahoma 70, ORU 42 (N)<br />

11/22/03.... #21/22 Oklahoma 90, ORU 42 (N)<br />

12/9/04.......#13/13 Texas Tech 79, ORU 46 (A)<br />

03/19/05............#13/11 Texas 64, ORU 47 (N)<br />

12/3/05.... #19/20 Oklahoma 107, ORU 76 (N)<br />

11/25/06..................#25 Texas 29, ORU 40 (A)<br />

03/17/07.........#11/15 Purdue 63, ORU 42 (N)<br />

12/28/07.#25 Oklahoma State 83, ORU 65 (A)<br />

03/23/08............#3 Tennessee 94, ORU 55 (N)<br />

12/16/08.#22 Oklahoma State 58, ORU 48 (A)<br />

03/02/09.#17 South Dakota State 71, ORU 64 (H)<br />

03/07/09................. #17 SDSU 77, ORU 49 (N)<br />

- Wins in BOLD<br />

- Rankings listed as AP Poll/Coaches Poll<br />

- Coaches Poll first released in Spring of 1985<br />

MiscELLANEOUS InfoRMATION<br />

Largest Margins of Victory<br />

90................... ORU 119, Bacone 29 - 11/29/1903<br />

70........... ORU 103, John Brown 33 - 12/08/1975<br />

69........... ORU 111, St. Gregory’s 42 - 12/16/2006<br />

67.......................ORU 112, Tulsa 45 - 12/15/1977<br />

63........... ORU 103, St. Gregory’s 40 - 12/13/1904<br />

53......... ORU 106, Mo. Southern 53 - 02/26/1983<br />

53.................. ORU 99, Langston 46 - 01/30/1982<br />

49............... ORU 88, SW Baptist 39 - 01/17/1983<br />

48.................. ORU 90, Langston 52 - 01/28/1977<br />

47......ORU 92, Hardin-Simmons 45 - 01/27/1986<br />

47.........................ORU 90, Tulsa 43 - 01/26/1985<br />

47.... ORU 79, Oklahoma Baptist 32 - 12/04/1976<br />

47.................... ORU 96, Evangel 49 - 01/15/1977<br />

Longest Winning Streaks<br />

25................................11/26/1982 - 03/17/1983<br />

14................................01/08/1977 - 02/19/1977<br />

13................................01/21/1978 - 03/22/1978<br />

11................................11/29/1979 - 01/18/1980<br />

10................................01/05/1979 - 02/09/1979<br />

8..................................02/03/1998 - 02/28/1998<br />

7..................................12/13/2002 - 01/07/2003<br />

7..................................01/12/1987 - 01/31/1987<br />

7..................................11/27/1977 - 12/27/1977<br />

7..................................12/01/1975 - 01/24/1976<br />

7..................................02/09/1976 - 02/27/1976<br />

Largest Margins of Defeat<br />

74......Oklahoma State 105, ORU 31 - 12/28/1992<br />

74.... S’western Oklahoma State 138, ORU 64 - 12/01/1989<br />

69.................. Georgia 116, ORU 49 - 01/25/1993<br />

66.............. Vanderbilt 124, ORU 58 - 01/14/1993<br />

60................ Alabama 112, ORU 52 - 02/25/1993<br />

58....... Southern Nazarene 111, ORU 53 - 11/20/1989<br />

56..................... Kanas 109, ORU 53 - 01/12/1993<br />

56....................Kansas 108, ORU 52 - 01/03/1990<br />

55....... Southern Nazarene 100, ORU 45 - 11/24/1989<br />

54.................. Georgia 118, ORU 63 - 11/22/1998<br />

54.....................Auburn 99, ORU 45 - 02/21/1992<br />

Longest Losing Streaks<br />

30................................11/24/1989 - 02/19/1990<br />

23................................12/10/1992 - 03/08/1993<br />

22................................12/06/1993 - 02/23/1994<br />

14................................11/05/1997 - 01/15/1998<br />

11................................11/29/1991 - 01/04/1992<br />

10................................02/13/1989 - 11/20/1989<br />

10................................12/17/1988 - 01/27/1989<br />

10................................11/19/2984 - 12/14/1984<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

THIS IS ORU<br />

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YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS<br />

3 PT REBOUND<br />

YEAR RECORD FG FGA PCT. FG FGA PCT. FT FTA PCT. OFF DEF TOT. AVG. PF A TO BLK ST PTS AVG.<br />

1975-76 18-4 717 1640 .437 --- --- --- 130 224 .580 --- --- 904 41.1 --- 219 --- --- --- 1472 66.9<br />

1976-77 25-9 1032 2714 .380 --- --- --- 357 606 .589 --- --- 1851 54.6 679 385 --- --- --- 2421 71.2<br />

1977-78 31-4 1114 2481 .449 --- --- --- 395 576 .685 --- --- 1382 39.4 670 361 --- 40 --- 2623 74.9<br />

1978-79 25-10 995 2463 .404 --- --- --- 460 701 .656 --- --- 1683 48.1 769 188 --- 61 --- 2450 70.0<br />

1979-80 22-8 977 2120 .460 --- --- --- 431 622 .692 --- --- 1422 47.4 594 --- --- --- --- 2385 79.5<br />

1980-81 18-11 860 1940 .443 --- --- --- 441 614 .718 --- --- 1294 44.6 561 453 --- 101 --- 2161 74.5<br />

1981-82 14-10 720 1604 .449 --- --- --- 326 487 .669 --- --- 987 41.1 558 343 440 72 257 1766 73.6<br />

1982-83 26-1 912 1885 .484 --- --- --- 369 537 .687 --- --- 1156 42.8 618 511 465 92 339 2193 81.2<br />

1983-84 15-13 847 1733 .488 --- --- --- 374 525 .712 --- --- 1047 37.4 572 457 599 73 262 2068 73.9<br />

1984-85 9-21 796 1772 .449 --- --- --- 369 555 .665 --- --- 1029 34.3 521 483 614 81 258 1961 65.4<br />

1985-86 17-11 857 1782 .481 --- --- --- 498 694 .718 --- --- 1150 41.1 589 495 622 90 355 2212 79.0<br />

1986-87 16-12 778 1814 .429 29 75 .387 479 711 .674 383 664 1175 42.0 469 400 576 108 291 2064 73.7<br />

1987-88 13-14 789 1767 .447 80 235 .340 393 557 .706 --- --- 1057 39.2 --- 486 536 73 288 2051 76.0<br />

1988-89 4-23 740 1798 .412 83 259 .320 470 659 .713 314 667 1090 40.4 533 356 622 103 250 2033 75.3<br />

1989-90 2-38 960 2893 .332 252 917 .275 512 746 .686 536 985 1726 43.2 805 330 796 110 308 2684 67.1<br />

1990-91 15-18 956 2449 .390 212 700 .303 439 704 .624 508 881 1577 47.8 754 462 706 92 357 2563 77.7<br />

1991-92 6-22 757 1937 .391 104 356 .292 310 494 .628 444 644 1211 43.3 610 396 650 158 275 1928 68.9<br />

1992-93 1-25 584 1658 .352 77 321 .240 209 355 .589 350 545 1036 39.8 557 275 715 106 221 1454 55.9<br />

1993-94 3-24 639 1815 .352 110 367 .300 291 480 .606 451 731 1182 43.8 629 328 571 90 257 1679 62.2<br />

1994-95 15-12 659 1718 .384 104 358 .291 386 616 .627 468 762 1230 45.6 645 393 624 94 332 1808 67.0<br />

1995-96 10-17 611 1709 .358 111 391 .284 369 614 .601 464 726 1190 44.1 587 290 640 157 307 1702 63.0<br />

1996-97 13-14 643 1530 .420 95 269 .353 357 574 .622 397 693 1090 40.4 538 361 581 124 362 1738 64.4<br />

1997-98 7-20 610 1486 .410 103 293 .352 397 561 .708 360 597 957 35.4 565 371 610 93 295 1720 63.7<br />

1998-99 17-13 727 1642 .443 117 360 .325 427 588 .726 365 703 1068 35.6 577 419 604 142 305 1998 66.6<br />

1999-00 12-16 629 1537 .409 141 390 .362 316 492 .642 377 594 971 34.7 514 353 542 124 267 1715 61.3<br />

2000-01 20-11 755 1661 .455 124 320 .387 376 596 .631 351 673 1024 33.0 492 353 542 51 333 2010 64.8<br />

2001-02 13-16 647 1554 .416 109 287 .380 428 637 .672 386 652 1038 35.8 519 300 546 67 211 1831 63.1<br />

2002-03 18-10 680 1605 .424 206 559 .369 283 401 .706 386 645 1031 36.8 490 425 512 89 265 1849 66.0<br />

2003-04 17-13 744 1720 .433 111 334 .332 374 556 .673 404 690 1094 36.5 481 457 514 100 319 1973 65.8<br />

2004-05 22-9 756 1789 .423 84 285 .295 370 532 .695 438 711 1149 37.1 486 459 504 100 317 1966 63.4<br />

2005-06 16-12 720 1707 .422 164 548 .299 301 489 .616 409 631 1040 37.1 531 414 471 88 301 1905 68.0<br />

2006-07 22-11 839 1894 .443 178 553 .322 378 613 .617 424 799 1223 37.1 569 507 543 80 306 2234 67.7<br />

2007-08 19-14 805 1946 .414 180 538 .335 407 631 .645 405 820 1225 37.1 618 463 544 76 345 2197 66.6<br />

2008-09 13-17 741 1783 .416 183 551 .332 310 517 .600 380 801 1181 39.4 582 395 526 102 255 1975 65.8<br />

* Bold and Italics indicate team highs<br />

The 1989-90 team established 10 single-season records that still stand today.<br />

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YEARLY LEADERS<br />

2009-10 ORU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

SCORING<br />

Year Name G Pts. Avg.<br />

1975-76 Connie Weeks 22 438 19.9<br />

1976-77 Connie Weeks 30 504 16.8<br />

1977-78 Rhonda Penquite 35 593 16.9<br />

1978-79 Sharon Tucker 35 476 13.6<br />

1979-80 Sharon Tucker 30 636 21.2<br />

1980-81 Sharon Tucker 29 671 23.1<br />

1981-82 Bev McCowan 19 320 16.8<br />

1982-83 Kim Davis 27 467 17.3<br />

1983-84 Margie Jackson 28 448 16.0<br />

1984-85 Margie Jackson 30 497 16.6<br />

1985-86 LeQuita Smith 28 510 18.2<br />

1986-87 Vivian Herron 28 562 20.1<br />

1987-88 Vivian Herron 27 515 19.1<br />

1988-89 Vivian Herron 27 712 26.4<br />

1989-90 Stacy Williams 40 1,060 26.5<br />

1990-91 Stacy Williams 33 683 20.7<br />

1991-92 Artan Henry 26 346 13.3<br />

1992-93 Helen Garrett 26 276 10.6<br />

1993-94 DeeDee Tasby 26 233 9.0<br />

1994-95 Rita Cleem 27 333 12.3<br />

1995-96 Kisa Bradley 27 602 22.3<br />

1996-97 Kisa Bradley 26 580 22.3<br />

1997-98 Jessica Rhoten 27 413 15.3<br />

1998-99 Krista Ragan 30 508 16.9<br />

1999-00 Krista Ragan 28 478 17.1<br />

2000-01 Krista Ragan 31 500 16.1<br />

2001-02 Krista Ragan 29 598 20.6<br />

2002-03 Cori Williston 28 358 12.8<br />

2003-04 Elisha Turek 30 449 15.0<br />

2004-05 Elisha Turek 31 568 18.3<br />

2005-06 Elisha Turek 28 463 16.5<br />

2006-07 Elisha Turek 33 566 17.2<br />

2007-08 Mariana Camargo 32 425 13.3<br />

2008-09 Janae Voelker 30 495 16.5<br />

REBOUNDING<br />

Year Name G Reb. Avg.<br />

1975-76 Debbie Nelson 22 127 5.8<br />

1976-77 Karen McClendon 24 251 10.5<br />

1977-78 Rhonda Penquite 35 286 8.2<br />

1978-79 Sharon Tucker 35 237 6.8<br />

1979-80 Sharon Tucker 30 245 8.2<br />

1980-81 Sharon Tucker 29 263 9.1<br />

1981-82 Bev McCowan 1 9 175 9.2<br />

1982-83 Kim Davis 27 205 7.6<br />

1983-84 Julie Lucas 28 196 7.0<br />

1984-85 Julie Lucas 30 210 7.0<br />

1985-86 Vivian Herron 27 216 8.1<br />

1986-87 Lynette Eggers 27 228 8.4<br />

1987-88 Vivian Herron 27 269 10.0<br />

1988-89 Vivian Herron 27 302 11.2<br />

1989-90 Amy Williams 38 365 9.6<br />

1990-91 Helen Garrett 22 218 9.9<br />

1991-92 Sylvia Cummings 28 267 9.5<br />

1992-93 Sylvia Cummings 24 194 8.1<br />

1993-94 Ophelia Shantiloo 27 230 8.5<br />

1994-95 Ophelia Shantiloo 22 167 7.6<br />

1995-96 Kisa Bradley 27 262 9.7<br />

1996-97 Kisa Bradley 26 269 10.3<br />

1997-98 Laketa Collier 27 185 6.9<br />

1998-99 Jessica Rhoten 30 165 5.5<br />

1999-00 Barbora Jandova 28 145 5.2<br />

2000-01 Jenette Bolvinos 31 173 5.6<br />

2001-02 Shannon Mims 29 220 7.6<br />

2002-03 Stephanie Clark 25 195 7.8<br />

2003-04 Elisha Turek 30 280 9.3<br />

2004-05 Elisha Turek 31 298 9.6<br />

2005-06 Elisha Turek 28 243 8.7<br />

2006-07 Elisha Turek 33 346 10.5<br />

2007-08 Janae Voelker 32 276 8.4<br />

2008-09 Janae Voelker 30 282 9.4<br />

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE<br />

(Minimum 100 Attempts)<br />

Year Name fG-FGA Pct.<br />

1975-76 Connie Weeks 197-375 .525<br />

1976-77 Connie Weeks 221-494 .447<br />

1977-78 Rhonda Penquite 256-451 .567<br />

1978-79 Sharon Tucker 180-398 .452<br />

1979-80 Sharon Tucker 254-452 .562<br />

1980-81 Sharon Tucker 253-465 .544<br />

1981-82 Kris Johnson 101-194 .521<br />

1982-83 Linda Hendrix 113-210 .538<br />

1983-84 Julie Lucas 57-103 .553<br />

1984-85 Margie Jackson 235-495 .475<br />

1985-86 Vivian Herron 167-318 .525<br />

1986-87 Vivian Herron 210-434 .484<br />

1987-88 Shawn Hindle 64-128 .500<br />

1988-89 Vivian Herron 276-601 .459<br />

1989-90 Paige White 64-164 .390<br />

1990-91 Helen Garrett 146-277 .527<br />

1991-92 Helen Garrett 92-186 .495<br />

1992-93 Angie White 58-125 .464<br />

1993-94 Ophelia Shantiloo 76-165 .461<br />

1994-95 Ophelia Shantiloo 89-184 .484<br />

1995-96 Valeria Dos Santos 74-148 .500<br />

1996-97 Kisa Bradley 242-488 .485<br />

1997-98 Heather Davis 146-309 .472<br />

1998-99 Barbora Jandova 60-115 .522<br />

1999-00 Rauna Barrett 110-234 .470<br />

2000-01 Shayne McKenzie 77-134 .575<br />

2001-02 Shannon Mims 72-120 .600<br />

2002-03 Stephanie Clark 116-195 .595<br />

2003-04 Alycia Seay 79-155 .510<br />

2004-05 Elisha Turek 240-501 .479<br />

2005-06 Elisha Turek 201-387 .519<br />

2006-07 Elisha Turek 235-441 .533<br />

2007-08 Mariana Camargo 158-355 .445<br />

Jenny Hardin 147-330 .445<br />

2008-09 Jordan Pyle 74-144 .517<br />

3-POINT PERCENTAGE<br />

(Minimum 50 Attempts)<br />

Year Name fG-FGA Pct<br />

1987-88 Kim Ogden 21-52 .404<br />

1988-89 Stephanie Reed 23-62 .371<br />

1989-90 Stacey Williams 194-697 .278<br />

1990-91 Jara McCoy 64-193 .332<br />

1991-92 Artan Henry 64-192 .333<br />

1992-93 Melanie McNeal 43-189 .228<br />

1993-94 Melanie McNeal 33-76 .434<br />

1994-95 Tiffany Kelley 46-137 .336<br />

1995-96 Katie Rose 25-81 .309<br />

1996-97 Tiffany Kelley 54-137 .394<br />

1997-98 Jessica Rhoten 28-62 .452<br />

1998-99 Krista Ragan 42-110 .382<br />

1999-00 Krista Ragan 56-147 .381<br />

2000-01 Kristin Brady 67-163 .411<br />

2001-02 Krista Ragan 63-150 .420<br />

2002-03 Leah Cannon 28-63 .444<br />

2003-04 Cori Williston 23-58 .397<br />

2004-05 Leah Cannon 38-83 .458<br />

2005-06 Jenny Hardin 24-62 .387<br />

2006-07 Sarah Davidson 39-108 .361<br />

2007-08 Rachel Watman 56-157 .357<br />

2008-09 Cristal Turner 34-88 .386<br />

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE<br />

(Minimum 50 Attempts)<br />

Year Name fT-FTA Pct.<br />

1975-76 Connie Weeks 44-61 .721<br />

1976-77 Connie Weeks 62-92 .674<br />

1977-78 Pam Mindemann 63-78 .808<br />

1978-79 Pam Mindemann 63-81 .778<br />

1979-80 Bev McCowan 45-55 .818<br />

1980-81 Bev McCowan 49-62 .790<br />

1981-82 Bev McCowan 76-102 .745<br />

1982-83 Kris Johnson 48-68 .706<br />

1983-84 Donna Douglas 50-64 .781<br />

1984-85 LaQuita Smith 74-95 .779<br />

1985-86 Sharon Dailey 57-74 .770<br />

1986-87 Vivian Herron 142-175 .811<br />

1987-88 Vivian Herron 115-144 .799<br />

1988-89 Vivian Herron 159-198 .803<br />

1989-90 Amy Williams 85-109 .780<br />

1990-91 Tiffany Chill 86-109 .789<br />

1991-92 Artan Henry 34-52 .654<br />

1992-93 Helen Garrett 38-62 .613<br />

1993-94 Hardisha Burgess 45-78 .577<br />

1994-95 Hardisha Burgess 77-108 .713<br />

1995-96 Kisa Bradley 106-157 .675<br />

1996-97 Heather Davis 52-68 .765<br />

1997-98 Jessica Rhoten 111-134 .828<br />

1998-99 Heather Davis 41-51 .804<br />

1999-00 Kristin Brady 46-56 .821<br />

2000-01 Kristin Brady 46-60 .767<br />

2001-02 Krista Ragan 147-193 .762<br />

2002-03 April Garcia 53-65 .815<br />

2003-04 Leah Cannon 63-76 .829<br />

2004-05 Claudia Louis 75-93 .806<br />

2005-06 Sarah Davidson 38-56 .679<br />

2006-07 Rachel Watman 38-51 .745<br />

2007-08 Rachel Watman 67-90 .744<br />

2008-09 Janae Voelker 112-168 .667<br />

ASSISTS<br />

Year Name G Ast. Avg.<br />

1975-76 Connie Weeks 22 80 3.6<br />

1976-77 Lisa Cole 34 134 3.9<br />

1977-78 Connie Weeks 35 111 3.2<br />

1978-79 Robin Blair 33 50 1.5<br />

1980-81 Kathy Paden 29 132 4.6<br />

1981-82 Kathy Paden 24 74 3.1<br />

1982-83 Kathy Paden 27 146 5.4<br />

1983-84 Sherry Dailey 28 94 3.4<br />

1984-85 Kim Ogden 30 114 3.8<br />

1985-86 Kim Ogden 28 129 4.6<br />

1986-87 Nanette Ogden 28 160 5.7<br />

1987-88 Nanette Ogden 27 180 6.7<br />

1988-89 Cari Chamberlin 27 109 4.0<br />

1989-90 Stacy Williams 40 109 2.7<br />

1990-91 Stacy Williams 33 159 4.8<br />

1991-92 Artan Henry 26 89 3.4<br />

1992-93 Paige White 25 49 2.0<br />

1993-94 Hardisha Burgess 23 64 2.8<br />

1994-95 Hardisha Burgess 25 113 4.5<br />

1995-96 Mariana Marguiera 27 76 2.8<br />

1996-97 Carrie Porter 27 94 3.5<br />

1997-98 Lea Barrera 26 72 2.8<br />

1998-99 Krista Ragan 30 105 3.5<br />

1999-00 Lauryn Morita 28 102 3.6<br />

2000-01 Krista Ragan 31 119 3.8<br />

2001-02 Krista Ragan 29 82 2.8<br />

2002-03 Leah Cannon 28 148 5.3<br />

2003-04 Leah Cannon 28 231 8.3<br />

2004-05 Leah Cannon 26 113 4.3<br />

2005-06 Leah Cannon 27 111 4.1<br />

2006-07 Mariana Camargo 33 133 4.0<br />

2007-08 Mariana Camargo 32 160 5.0<br />

2008-09 Goergia Jones 30 110 3.7<br />

STEALS<br />

Year Name G Stl. Avg.<br />

1981-82 Diane Andrews 23 54 2.3<br />

1982-83 Kathy Paden 27 81 3.0<br />

1983-84 Sherry Dailey 28 54 1.9<br />

1984-85 Kim Ogden 30 83 2.8<br />

1985-86 Kim Ogden 28 94 3.4<br />

1986-87 Kim Ogden 28 99 3.5<br />

1987-88 Kim Ogden 27 96 3.6<br />

1988-89 Cari Chamberlin 27 68 2.5<br />

1989-90 Stacy Williams 40 88 2.2<br />

1990-91 Stacy Williams 33 115 3.5<br />

1991-92 Sylvia Cummings 28 72 2.6<br />

1992-93 Sylvia Cummings 24 61 2.5<br />

1993-94 Hardisha Burgess 23 54 2.3<br />

1994-95 Trina Davis 25 91 3.6<br />

1995-96 Katie Rose 27 48 1.8<br />

1996-97 Laketa Collier 27 68 2.5<br />

1997-98 Lea Barrera 26 58 2.2<br />

1998-99 Jessica Rhoten 30 48 1.6<br />

1999-00 Krista Ragan 28 49 1.7<br />

2000-01 Dana Whittaker 31 62 2.0<br />

2001-02 Cori Williston 27 41 1.5<br />

2002-03 April Garcia 28 49 1.9<br />

2003-04 Leah Cannon 28 61 2.2<br />

2004-05 Katie Langford 31 67 2.2<br />

2005-06 Marianna Camargo 27 57 2.1<br />

2006-07 Katie Langford 33 59 1.8<br />

2007-08 Rachel Watman 32 87 2.6<br />

2008-09 Janae Voelker 30 50 1.7<br />

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SEASON <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

Total Points<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-90).................... 1,060<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘88-89)......................... 712<br />

3. Stacy Williams (‘90-91)....................... 683<br />

4. Sharon Tucker (‘80-81)........................ 671<br />

5. Sharon Tucker (‘79-80)........................ 636<br />

6. Kisa Bradley (‘95-96)........................... 602<br />

7. Krista Ragan (‘01-02).......................... 598<br />

8. Rhonda Penquite (‘77-78)................... 593<br />

9. Kisa Bradley (‘96-97)........................... 580<br />

10. Cari Chamberlin (‘88-89)..................... 577<br />

Scoring Average<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-90)...................... 26.5<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘88-89)........................ 26.4<br />

3. Sharon Tucker (‘80-81)....................... 23.1<br />

4. Kisa Bradley (‘96-97).......................... 22.3<br />

Kisa Bradley (‘95-96).......................... 22.3<br />

6. Cari Chamberlin (‘88-89).................... 21.4<br />

7. Sharon Tucker (‘79-80)....................... 21.2<br />

8. Stacy Williams (‘90-91)...................... 20.7<br />

9. Krista Ragan (‘01-02)......................... 20.6<br />

10. Vivian Herron (‘86-87)........................ 20.1<br />

Total Rebounds<br />

1. Amy Williams (‘89-90)......................... 365<br />

2. Elisha Turek (‘06-07)............................ 346<br />

3. Vivian Herron (‘88-89)......................... 302<br />

4. Elisha Turek (‘04-05)............................ 298<br />

5. Rhonda Penquite (‘77-78)................... 286<br />

6. Debbie Nelson (‘76-77)....................... 282<br />

6. Janae Voelker (‘08-09).................282<br />

8. Elisha Turek (‘03-04)............................ 280<br />

9. Janae Voelker (‘07-08).................276<br />

10. Vivian Herron (‘87-88)......................... 269<br />

Rebound Average<br />

1. Vivian Herron (‘88-89)........................ 11.2<br />

2. Karen McClendon (‘76-77).................. 10.5<br />

Elisha Turek (‘06-07)........................... 10.5<br />

3. Kisa Bradley (‘96-97).......................... 10.3<br />

4. Vivian Herron (‘87-88)........................ 10.0<br />

5. Helen Garrett (‘90-91).......................... 9.9<br />

6. Kisa Bradley (‘95-96)............................ 9.7<br />

7. Elisha Turek (‘04-05)............................. 9.6<br />

Amy Williams (‘89-90).......................... 9.6<br />

8. Sylvia Cummings (‘91-92).................... 9.5<br />

9. Chris Preston (‘90-91)........................... 9.4<br />

9. Janae Voelker (‘08-09)................. 9.4<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. Stacy Williams (1989-90)................... 363<br />

2. Vivian Herron (1988-89)..................... 276<br />

3. Rhonda Penquite (1977-78)............... 256<br />

4. Sharon Tucker (1979-80).................... 254<br />

5. Sharon Tucker (1980-81).................... 253<br />

6. Kisa Bradley (‘96-97).......................... 242<br />

7. Elisha Turek (‘04-05)........................... 240<br />

8. Margie Jackson (‘84-85)..................... 235<br />

Elisha Turek (‘06-07)........................... 235<br />

9. Stacy Williams (‘90-91)...................... 234<br />

10. Kisa Bradley (‘95-96).......................... 221<br />

Connie Weeks (‘76-77)....................... 221<br />

Field Goal Attempts<br />

1. Stacy Williams (89-90)....................... 697<br />

2. Stacy Williams (90-91)....................... 682<br />

3. Kisa Bradley (95-96)........................... 625<br />

4. Vivian Herrron (88-89)....................... 601<br />

5. Elisha Turek (04-05)............................ 501<br />

6. Kisa Bradley (96-97)........................... 499<br />

7. Margie Jackson (84-85)...................... 495<br />

8. Connie Weeks (76-77)........................ 494<br />

9. Krista Ragan (01-02).......................... 457<br />

10. Cari Chamberlin (88-89)..................... 454<br />

Field Goal Percentage<br />

(Min. 100 Attempts.)<br />

1. Shannon Mims (‘01-02).........600 (72-120)<br />

2. Stephanie Clark (‘02-03)......595 (116-195)<br />

3. Shayne McKenzie (‘00-01)......575 (77-134)<br />

4. Rhonda Penquite (‘77-78)....568 (256-451)<br />

5. Sharon Tucker (‘79-80).........562 (254-452)<br />

6. Donna Douglas (‘83-84).......553 (140-253)<br />

Julie Lucas (‘83-84)................553 (57-103)<br />

8. Christina Kelley (‘00-01).........548 (80-146)<br />

9. Sharon Tucker (‘80-81).........544 (253-465)<br />

10. Linda H.-Haley (‘82-83)........538 (113-210)<br />

3-Pt Field Goals Made<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-90)...................... 194<br />

2. Stacy Williams (‘90-91)...................... 122<br />

3. Georgia Jones (‘08-09)................. 68<br />

4. Kristin Brady-Atkinson (‘00-01)............ 67<br />

Kristin Brady-Atkinson (‘02-03)............ 67<br />

6. Samantha Walton (‘97-98)................... 64<br />

Artan Henry (‘91-92)............................ 64<br />

Jara McCoy (‘90-91).............................. 64<br />

9. Krista Ragan (‘01-02)........................... 63<br />

10. Kristin Brady-Atkinson (‘99-00)............ 61<br />

3-Pt Field Goal Attempts<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-90)....................... 697<br />

2. Stacy Williams (‘90-91)....................... 403<br />

3. Kisa Bradley (‘95-96)........................... 193<br />

Jara McCoy (‘90-91)............................. 193<br />

5. Artan Henry (‘91-92)........................... 192<br />

6. Kristin Brady-Atkinson (02-03)............ 190<br />

7. Melanie McNeal (‘92-93)..................... 189<br />

8. Georgia Jones (‘08-09).................185<br />

9. Samantha Walton (‘97-98).................. 184<br />

10. Kristin Brady-Atkinson (‘99-00)........... 168<br />

3-PT Field Goal Percentage<br />

(Minimum 60 Attempts)<br />

1. Leah Cannon (‘04-05)..............458 (38-83)<br />

2. Jessica Rhoten (‘97-98)...........452 (28-62)<br />

3. Leah Cannon (‘02-03)..............444 (28-63)<br />

4. Melanie McNeal (‘93-94).........434 (33-76)<br />

5. Krista Ragan (‘01-02)............420 (63-150)<br />

6. Kristin Brady (‘00-01)............411 (67-163)<br />

7. Tiffany Kelley (‘96-97)...........394 (54-137)<br />

8. Jenny Hardin (‘05-06)..............387 (24-62)<br />

9. Cristal Turner (‘08-09)..... .386 (34-88)<br />

10. Krista Ragan (‘98-99)............382 (42-110)<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. Kim Ogden (‘86-87)......................... 166<br />

2. Sharon Tucker (‘80-81)..................... 165<br />

3. Vivian Herron (‘88-89)...................... 159<br />

4. Cari Chamberlin (‘88-89).................. 156<br />

5. Krista Ragan (‘01-02)....................... 147<br />

6. Kim Ogden (‘85-86).......................... 146<br />

7. Vivian Herron (‘86-87)...................... 142<br />

8. Stacy Williams (‘89-90).................... 140<br />

9. Kim Ogden (‘84-85).......................... 132<br />

10. Sharon Tucker (‘79-80)..................... 128<br />

Free Throw Attempts<br />

1. Kim Ogden (‘86-87).......................... 254<br />

2. Cari Chamberlin (‘88-89).................. 217<br />

Sharon Tucker (‘80-81)..................... 217<br />

4. Kim Ogden (‘85-86).......................... 208<br />

5. Stacy Williams (‘89-90).................... 204<br />

6. Krista Ragan (‘01-02)....................... 193<br />

7. Kim Ogden (‘84-85).......................... 187<br />

8. Sharon Tucker (‘78-79)..................... 185<br />

9. Sharon Tucker (‘79-80)..................... 180<br />

10. Vivian Herron (‘86-87)...................... 175<br />

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SEASON <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

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Free Throw Percentage<br />

(Minimum 50 Attempts)<br />

1. Leah Cannon (‘03-04).................829 (63-76)<br />

2. Jessica Rhoten (‘97-98)........... .828 (111-134)<br />

3. Heather Davis (‘97-98)...............824 (61-74)<br />

4. Kristin Brady (‘99-00).................821 (46-56)<br />

5. Bev McCowan (‘79-80)...............818 (45-55)<br />

6. Vivian Herron (‘86-87)............. .811 (142-175)<br />

7. Pam Mindemann (‘77-78)..........808 (63-78)<br />

8. Claudia Louis (‘04-05)................806 (75-93)<br />

9. Heather Davis (‘98-99)...............804 (41-51)<br />

10. Vivian Herron (‘88-89)............. .803 (159-198)<br />

Assists<br />

1. Leah Cannon (‘03-04)..............................231<br />

2. Nanette Ogden (‘87-88)..........................180<br />

3. Nanette Ogden (‘86-87)..........................160<br />

Mariana Camargo (‘07-08)......................160<br />

5. Stacy Williams (‘90-91)...........................159<br />

6. Kim Ogden (‘87-88).................................156<br />

7. Leah Cannon (‘02-03)..............................148<br />

8. Kathy Paden (‘82-83)..............................146<br />

9. Lisa Cole (‘76-77).....................................134<br />

10. Kathy Paden (‘80-81)..............................132<br />

10. Kim Ogden (‘85-86).................................129<br />

Leah Cannon is the season and career-record holder in<br />

assists, finishing her career in with almost 100 more<br />

assists than her closest competition.<br />

Steals<br />

1. Stacy Williams (1990-91)........................115<br />

2. Kim Ogden (1986-87)................................99<br />

3. Kim Ogden(1987-88)................................96<br />

4. Kim Ogden (1985-86)................................94<br />

5. Trina Davis (1994-95)................................91<br />

6. Stacy Williams (1989-90)..........................88<br />

7. Rachel Watman (‘07-08)...........................87<br />

7. Kim Ogden (1984-85)................................83<br />

8. Kathy Paden (1982-83).............................81<br />

9. Mariana Camargo (‘07-08)........................76<br />

10. Hardisha Burgess (1994-95)......................75<br />

Blocked Shots<br />

1. Kisa Bradley (1995-96)............................119<br />

2. Kisa Bradley (1996-97)..............................94<br />

3. Rauna Barrett (1998-2000).......................71<br />

4. Sylvia Cummings (1992-93)......................65<br />

5. April Garcia (‘02-03)..................................58<br />

6. Sylvia Cummings (1991-92)......................55<br />

7. Shawn Hindle (1986-87)...........................52<br />

8. Amy Williams (1989-90)............................51<br />

9. Jessica Rhoten (1997-98)..........................50<br />

10. Jessica Rhoten (1998-99)..........................47<br />

Mariana Camargo ended her career at ORU ranking third<br />

in assists (160) and ninth in steals (76).<br />

Five NCAA Tournament APPEARANCES<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

THIS IS ORU<br />

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Total Points<br />

1. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)....................... 2,192<br />

2. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)........................ 2,152<br />

3. Elisha Turek (‘03-07).......................... 2,046<br />

4. Stacy Williams (‘88-91)..................... 1,791<br />

5. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)...................... 1,783<br />

6. Kim Ogden (‘84-88)........................... 1,720<br />

7. Connie Weeks (‘75-78)...................... 1,417<br />

8. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)................... 1,352<br />

9. Margie Jackson (‘80-85).................... 1,306<br />

10. Mariana Camargo (‘05-09)................ 1,194<br />

Scoring Average<br />

(Minimum 2 seasons)<br />

1. Kisa Bradley (‘95-97)........................... 22.3<br />

2. Stacy Williams (‘88-91)....................... 21.3<br />

3. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)......................... 20.1<br />

4. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)........................ 19.0<br />

5. Elisha Turek (‘03-07)............................ 16.8<br />

6. Krista Ragan (‘96-02).......................... 16.5<br />

7. Connie Weeks (‘75-78)........................ 16.3<br />

8. LeQuita Smith (‘84-86)........................ 15.6<br />

9. Kim Ogden (‘84-88)............................. 15.2<br />

10. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)..................... 13.5<br />

Jessica Rhoten (‘97-99)....................... 13.5<br />

Total Rebounds<br />

1. Elisha Turek (‘03-07).......................... 1,167<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)....................... 1,007<br />

3. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)......................... 745<br />

4. Kim Ogden (‘84-88).............................. 728<br />

5. Veronica Franklin (‘77-81).................... 726<br />

6. Janae Voelker (‘06-present)..........683<br />

7. Amy Williams (‘88-92).......................... 655<br />

8. Debbie Nelson (‘75-79)........................ 611<br />

9. Julie Lucas (‘83-86).............................. 563<br />

10. Shawn Hindle (‘85-89)......................... 549<br />

Rebound Average<br />

(Minimum 2 seasons)<br />

1. Kisa Bradley (‘95-97)........................... 10.0<br />

2. Elisha Turek (‘03-07).............................. 9.6<br />

3. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)........................... 9.2<br />

4. Sylvia Cummings (‘91-93)..................... 8.9<br />

5. Ophelia Shantiloo (‘93-94).................... 8.1<br />

6. Lynette Eggers (‘86-88)......................... 8.0<br />

7. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81).......................... 7.9<br />

8. Helen Garrett (‘90-93)........................... 7.2<br />

Janae Voelker (‘06-pres.)............... 7.2<br />

10. Bev McCowan (‘78-82).......................... 6.9<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. Elisha Turek (‘03-07)............................ 857<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)......................... 853<br />

3. Krista Ragan (‘96-02).......................... 772<br />

4. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)........................ 687<br />

5. Connie Weeks (‘75-78)........................ 627<br />

6. Stacy Williams (‘88-91)....................... 614<br />

7. Margie Jackson (‘80-85)...................... 604<br />

8. Kim Ogden (‘84-88)............................. 585<br />

9. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)..................... 498<br />

10. Kisa Bradley (‘95-97)........................... 463<br />

Field Goal Attempts<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-91)..................... 1854<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)....................... 1838<br />

3. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)........................ 1792<br />

4. Elisha Turek (‘03-07)......................... 1,739<br />

5. Kim Ogden (‘84-88)........................... 1360<br />

6. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)...................... 1315<br />

7. Connie Weeks (‘75-78)...................... 1298<br />

8. Margie Jackson (‘80-85).................... 1254<br />

9. Kisa Bradley (‘95-97)......................... 1124<br />

Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)................... 1124<br />

Field Goal Percentage<br />

(Minimum 200 attempts)<br />

1. Rhonda Penquite (‘77-78).....568 (256-451)<br />

2. Stephanie Clark (‘01-03)........566 (159-281)<br />

3. Kris Johnson (‘80-83)............531 (258-486)<br />

4. Kim Davis (‘82-83).................523 (194-371)<br />

Pam Mindemann (‘77-80).....523 (412-788)<br />

6. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)....... .522 (687-1315)<br />

7. Donna Douglas (‘83-85)........521 (199-382)<br />

8. Ida Montgomery (‘82-83)......498 (105-211)<br />

9. LeQuita Smith (‘84-86)..........493 (328-665)<br />

Elisha Turek (‘03-07)......... .493 (857-1739<br />

10. Alycia Seay (‘02-07).............. .491(239-487)<br />

Linda Hendrix (‘80-84)..........484 (330-682)<br />

3-PT Field Goals Made<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-91)....................... 321<br />

2. Kristin Brady-Atkinson (‘98-01, ‘02-03).............. 216<br />

3. Krista Ragan (‘96-02).......................... 208<br />

4. Rachel Watman (‘05-08)...................... 134<br />

5. Cori Williston (‘00-04).......................... 130<br />

6. Leah Cannon (‘02-06).......................... 128<br />

7. Sarah Davidson (‘03-07)...................... 115<br />

8. Tiffany Kelley (‘94-97)......................... 100<br />

9. Melanie McNeal (‘92-95)....................... 99<br />

10. Jara McCoy (‘90-92)............................... 91<br />

3-PT Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Stacy Williams (‘89-91)..................... 1,122<br />

2. Kristin Brady (‘98-01, ‘02-03)............... 599<br />

3. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)........................... 532<br />

4. Rachel Watman (‘05-08)....................... 393<br />

5. Sarah Davidson (‘03-07)....................... 358<br />

6. Melanie McNeal (‘92-95)...................... 346<br />

7. Leah Cannon (‘02-06)........................... 336<br />

8. Cori Williston (‘00-04)........................... 326<br />

9. Jara McCoy (‘90-92).............................. 300<br />

10. Tiffany Kelley (‘94-97).......................... 274<br />

3-PT Field Goal Percentage<br />

(Minimum 100 attempts)<br />

1. Cori Williston (‘00-04)...........399 (130-326)<br />

2. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)...........391 (208-532)<br />

3. Leah Cannon (‘02-06)...........381 (128-336)<br />

4. Nanette Ogden (‘84-88).........373 (38-102)<br />

5. Tiffany Kelley (‘94-97)..........365 (100-274)<br />

6. Kristin Brady (‘98-01, ‘02-03)..361 (216-599)<br />

7. Samantha Walton (‘97-99).....350 (84-240)<br />

8. Rachel Watman (‘05-08)..............341 (134-193)<br />

9. Artan Henry (‘91-92)..............333 (64-192)<br />

10. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89) ......318 (68-214)<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. Kim Ogden (‘84-88).............................. 524<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘85-89).......................... 485<br />

3. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)......................... 409<br />

4. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)........................... 400<br />

5. Elisha Turek (‘03-07)............................ 306<br />

6. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)...................... 288<br />

7. Mariana Camargo (‘05-09)................... 284<br />

8. Stacy Williams (‘88-91)........................ 242<br />

9. Sherry Dailey (‘81-86).......................... 210<br />

10. Jessica Rhoten (‘97-99)........................ 208<br />

Free Throw Attempts<br />

1. Kim Ogden (‘84-88).............................. 772<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘85-89).......................... 613<br />

3. Sharon Tucker (‘78-81)......................... 582<br />

4. Krista Ragan (‘96-02.).......................... 548<br />

5. Mariana Camargo (‘05-09)................... 499<br />

6. Elisha Turek (‘03-07)............................. 477<br />

7. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)...................... 386<br />

8. Stacy Williams (‘89-91)........................ 375<br />

9. Jenny Hardin (‘05-08)........................... 311<br />

10. Kisa Bradley (‘95-97)............................ 297<br />

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Free Throw Percentage<br />

(Minimum 100 Attempts)<br />

1. Margie Jackson (‘80-85)............852 (98-115)<br />

2. Jessica Rhoten (‘97-99)...........815 (208-255)<br />

3. Rhonda Penquite (‘77-78).........802 (81-101)<br />

4. Heather Davis (‘96-99)............797 (154-193)<br />

5. Vivian Herron (‘85-89).............791 (485-613)<br />

6. Pam Mindemann (‘77-80).......789 (146-185)<br />

7. Tiffany Chill (‘90-91)..................789 (86-109)<br />

8. Kristin Brady (‘98-01, 02-03).. 787 (129-164)<br />

9. Bev McCowan (‘78-82)............762 (179-235)<br />

10. LeQuita Smith (‘84-86)............756 (186-246)<br />

Assists<br />

1. Leah Cannon (‘02-06)...............................603<br />

2. Kim Ogden (‘84-88)..................................518<br />

3. Mariana Camargo (‘05-09).......................474<br />

4. Kathy Paden (‘79-83)...............................396<br />

5. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)...............................398<br />

6. Nanette Ogden (‘84-88)...........................367<br />

7. Sherry Dailey (‘81-86)..............................324<br />

8. Connie Weeks (‘75-78).............................292<br />

9. Bev McCowan (‘78-82).............................275<br />

10. Stacy Williams (‘88-91)............................272<br />

Steals<br />

1. Kim Ogden (‘84-88)..................................372<br />

2. Vivian Herron (‘85-89)..............................211<br />

3. Stacy Williams (‘88-91)............................208<br />

4. Mariana Camargo (‘05-09).......................206<br />

5. Laketa Collier (‘95-99)..............................200<br />

6. Katie Langford (‘03-07)............................197<br />

7. Krista Ragan (‘96-02)...............................190<br />

8. Sherry Dailey (‘81-86)..............................189<br />

9. Elisha Turek (‘03-07).................................180<br />

10. Cari Chamberlin (‘85-89)..........................162<br />

Blocked Shots<br />

1. Kisa Bradley (1995-97).............................213<br />

2. Shawn Hindle (1985-89)..........................148<br />

3. Sylvia Cummings (1991-93).....................120<br />

4. Brandy Cornwell (1990-95)......................117<br />

5. Jessica Rhoten (1997-99)...........................97<br />

6. Elisha Turek (‘03-07)...................................93<br />

7. Vivian Herron (1985-89).............................90<br />

8. Rauna Barrett (1998-2000)........................87<br />

9. Kris Johnson (1980-83)..............................84<br />

10. Amy Williams (1988-92).............................82<br />

Despite just two years in a Golden Eagle Uniform, Hall of Famer Kisa Bradley still ranks in ORU’s<br />

all-time Top 10 in six different categories, including a school -record 213 blocks.<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

THIS IS ORU<br />

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1,000-POINT CLUB<br />

1. Vivian Herron (1985-89) 2,192 4. Stacy Williams (1988-91) 1,787<br />

ORU’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder... Her 712 points in 1988-89 is<br />

the highest single-season NCAA total... One of only three players to average<br />

20 or more points in a season twice... Her 26.4 point average in 1988-89 is<br />

the second-best in school history... Has two of the top five single-season<br />

rebound totals... Had 19 double-doubles in 1988-89 and 46 for her career...<br />

Scored in double-figures in 101 of 109 career games... Scored career-high 43<br />

points against New Mexico State on Nov. 28, 1988... Averaged school-record<br />

11.2 rebounds in 1988-89... From Jackson, Miss.<br />

Played three seasons at ORU after transferring from Penn State, where she<br />

did not play basketball... Led the Lady Titans during their NAIA seasons...<br />

Is the only player in ORU history to score 1,000 points in a season, tallying<br />

1,060 in 1989-90... Averaged a record 26.5 points during that season...<br />

Owns school season and career records for three-pointers made and<br />

attempted... Scored a school record 50 points against Langston on Feb.<br />

20, 1990... Had a record 14 assists against Oklahoma City on January 10,<br />

1991... Named 1st-team NAIA All-District 9 as a senior... From York, Pa.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1985-86 27 167-318 .525 ------ ----- 69-96 .719 403 14.9<br />

1986-87 28 210-434 .484 0-0 .000 142-175 .811 562 20.1<br />

1987-88 27 200-420 .476 0-0 .000 115-144 .799 515 19.1<br />

1988-89 27 276-601 .459 1-1 1.000 159-198 .803 712 26.4<br />

Totals 109 853-1773 .481 1-1 1.000 485-613 .791 2192 20.1<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1988-89 8 15-41 .366 5-18 .278 9-18 .500 44 5.5<br />

1989-90 40 363-1122 .324 194-697 .278 140-204 .686 1060 26.5<br />

1990-91 33 234-682 .343 122-403 .303 93-155 .608 683 20.7<br />

Totals 81 612-1845 .332 321-1118 .287 242-375 .645 1787 22.1<br />

2. Krista Ragan (1996-02) 2,152<br />

ORU’s second women’s basketball All-American (2002)... Overcame two<br />

near career-ending injuries to become arguably the greatest player in ORU<br />

history... Played rare six seasons due to injuries... Three-time Mid-Continent<br />

Conference Player of the Year... Mid-Con’s all-time leading scorer with 2,105<br />

points... Only player in Mid-Con history to be named first-team all-conference<br />

four times... Mid-Con Tournament MVP in 2001... Led ORU to its first<br />

two NCAA Tournament appearances (1999, 2001)... Scored in double figures<br />

a record 110 times... Owns top career 3-point percentage in ORU history... Ended career ranked in<br />

the ORU career Top 5 in scoring, scoring average, field goals, 3-pointers, 3-point percentage, free<br />

throws, assists and steals... Led team in scoring all four full seasons... From Indianola, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1996-97 4 14-38 .368 8-20 .400 11-17 .647 47 11.8<br />

1997-98 1 5-12 .417 1-1 1.000 10-12 .833 21 21.0<br />

1998-99 30 198-427 .464 42-110 .382 70-94 .745 508 16.9<br />

1999-00 28 177-421 .420 56-147 .381 68-101 .673 478 17.1<br />

2000-01 31 184-437 .421 38-104 .365 94-131 .718 500 16.1<br />

2001-02 29 194-457 .425 63-150 .420 147-193 .762 598 20.6<br />

Totals 123 772-1792 .431 208-532 .391 400-548 .730 2152 17.5<br />

3. Elisha Turek (2003-07) 2,046<br />

Finished career at ORU as Mid-Continent Conference Player of the Year... Led<br />

the Mid-Con in scoring each of the last three seasons... had the highest point<br />

total for any true sophomore in ORU history ... Led the league in both points<br />

and rebounds as a sophomore and a senior... Four-time first-team all-conference<br />

selection... Named MVP of the 2005 and 2007 Mid-Con Tournament...<br />

Awarded Newcomer of the Year honors in 2003-04... Scored a team-high 21<br />

points against Texas in the opening round of the 2005 NCAA Tournament...<br />

Only the fifth member of the 1,000-point and 500-rebound club in school history... Has reached<br />

double-figure scoring in 83 of 122 career games... From Council Bluffs, Iowa.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

2003-04 30 181-410 .441 14-42 .333 73-111 .658 449 15.0<br />

2004-05 31 240-501 .479 5-15 .333 83-126 .659 568 18.3<br />

2005-06 28 201-387 .519 6-17 .353 55-87 .632 463 16.5<br />

2006-07 33 325-441 .533 1-1 1.000 95-153 .621 566 17.2<br />

Totals 122 947-1739 .506 26-75 .669 306-477 .636 2046 16.9<br />

5. Sharon Tucker (1978-81) 1,783<br />

One of ORU’s most prolific scorers despite playing just three seasons... Also<br />

an oustanding rebounder despite standing just 5-7... Ended her career as<br />

ORU’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder... Also set ORU records for most<br />

points in a game (44) and points in a season (671)... Helped lead ORU to<br />

three straight Oklahoma AIAW state championships... Owns two of the top<br />

six single-game scoring peformances in school history... Transferred to ORU<br />

after one season at Seminole Junior College... Native of Hugo, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1978-79 35 180-398 .452 ----- ---- 116-185 .627 476 13.6<br />

1979-80 30 254-452 .562 ----- ---- 128-180 .711 636 21.2<br />

1980-81 29 253-465 .544 ----- ---- 165-217 .760 671 23.1<br />

Totals 94 687-1315 .522 ----- ---- 409-582 .703 1783 19.0<br />

6. Kim Ogden (1984-88) 1,720<br />

Formed a lethal scoring duo with Vivian Herron... Also played along side fellow<br />

1,000-point scorer Cari Chamberlain... ORU’s all-time leader in steals (372)<br />

and assists (518)... Ended her career second in both scoring and rebounding...<br />

Owns season records for free throws made (166) and attempted (254)... Did<br />

her damage from the perimeter despite playing only two seasons with a<br />

three-point line... Scored in double figures in 96 of 113 career games... Also<br />

played four seasons with her sister, Nan... From Hensler, N.D.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1984-85 30 108-230 .470 ----- ---- 132-187 .706 348 11.6<br />

1985-86 28 145-329 .441 ----- ---- 146-208 .702 436 15.6<br />

1986-87 28 175-422 .415 6-15 .400 166-254 .654 522 18.6<br />

1987-88 27 157-379 .414 21-52 .404 80-123 .650 414 15.3<br />

Totals 113 585-1360 .430 27-67 .403 524-772 .679 1720 15.2<br />

7. Connie Weeks (1975-78) 1,417<br />

Leader of three of the winningest teams in ORU history... Lady Titans<br />

were a combined 74-17 (.813) during her three seasons, including 31-4<br />

in 1977-78... Played one season with her sister, Liz... Set a school record<br />

by averaging 19.9 points per game as a freshman... Left school as ORU’s<br />

all-time leader in several categories and still ranks in the top 10 in points,<br />

scoring average, field goals made and attempted, field-goal percentage<br />

and assists... From Tulsa, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1975-76 22 197-375 .525 ----- ---- 44-61 .721 438 19.9<br />

1976-77 30 221-494 .447 ----- ---- 62-92 .674 504 16.8<br />

1977-78 35 209-429 .487 ----- ---- 57-88 .647 475 13.6<br />

Totals 87 627-1298 .483 ----- ----- 163-241 .676 1417 16.3<br />

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8. Cari Chamberlain (1985-89) 1,352<br />

Played with fellow 1,000-point scorers Vivian Herron and Pam Ogden...<br />

Despite playing only three seasons with a three-point line, she still ranks<br />

among the ORU top 10 in career 3-pointers and 3-point percentage...<br />

Scored a career-high 34 points against UMKC on January 21, 1988...Scored<br />

in double figures in 59 of 100 career games... Finished second on the team<br />

in scoring her junior and senior season, behind Vivian Herron each time...<br />

From Bellingham, Wash.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1985-86 28 88-182 .484 ----- ---- 32-35 .914 208 7.4<br />

1986-87 18 36-101 .356 6-23 .261 19-28 .679 97 5.4<br />

1987-88 27 177-387 .457 35-108 .324 81-106 .764 470 17.4<br />

1988-89 27 197-454 .434 27-83 .325 156-217 .719 577 21.4<br />

Totals 100 498-1124 .443 68-214 .318 288-386 .746 1352 13.5<br />

One of the best shooters in ORU history... Her .481 career shooting percentage<br />

ranks just out of the ORU top 10... Excelled over the latter part of her career<br />

despite suffering a left knee injury six games into the 1982-83 season... Showed<br />

remarkable consistency over her final two seasons... Holds ORU career free throw<br />

percentage mark ... reached double figures in scoring 62 times in her career,<br />

including 26 games as a senior... Scored a career-high 32 points against New<br />

Orleans on Feb. 18, 1985... From Okemah, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1980-81 28 67-173 .387 ----- ---- 20-22 .909 154 5.5<br />

1981-82 23 64-131 .489 ----- ---- 21-27 .778 149 6.5<br />

1982-83 6 21-37 .568 ----- ---- 6-6 1.000 24 4.0<br />

1983-84 28 212-409 .518 ----- ---- 24-31 .774 448 16.0<br />

1984-85 30 235-495 .475 ----- ---- 27-29 .931 497 16.6<br />

Totals 115 599-1245 .481 ----- ---- 98-115 .852 1272 11.1<br />

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9. Margie Jackson (1980-85) 1,306 13. Kristin Brady-Atkinson (1998-2001, 2002-03) 1,001<br />

10. Kisa Bradley (1995-97) 1,182<br />

Perhaps the most talented player to ever wear an ORU uniform... Earned<br />

honorable mention All-America honors from Basketball Times following<br />

her junior season... Holds ORU career records for scoring average, rebound<br />

average (10.0) and blocked shots (213)... Also owns season blocked shots<br />

mark (119)... Led the nation in blocks as a junior, averaging 4.4 per game,<br />

the ninth-best figure in NCAA history... Owns two of the top three rebounding<br />

performances in school history... Standing 6-5, Bradley also was a solid<br />

3-point threat, hitting 60 threes in her two seasons at ORU... Scored a career-high 42 points vs.<br />

Evangel on Jan. 8, 1996... Transferred to ORU from Central Arizona College... Played for the San<br />

Jose Lasers of the ABL... From Detroit, Mich.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1995-96 27 221-625 .354 54-193 .280 106-157 .675 602 22.3<br />

1996-97 26 242-499 .485 6-20 .300 90-140 .643 580 22.3<br />

Totals 53 463-1124 .412 60-213 .282 196-297 .660 1182 22.3<br />

11. Cori Williston (2000-04) 1,045<br />

Hard-nosed guard was one of ORU’s most consistent scorers throughout<br />

her career... Struggled with nagging injuries almost every season, but still<br />

managed to rank as one of the top guards in ORU history... Ended her career<br />

as ORU all-time 3-point percentage leader... Two-time all-Mid-Continent<br />

Conference selection... Key reserve as a freshman on ORU’s 2001 NCAA<br />

Tournament team... Scored a team-high 19 points in NCAA Tourney loss<br />

to Oklahoma... Golden Eagles were 68-50 (.576) during her four seasons...<br />

From Jenks, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

2000-01 27 55-134 .410 11-35 .314 31-49 .633 152 5.6<br />

2001-02 27 131-307 .427 41-108 .380 78-103 .757 381 14.1<br />

2002-03 28 136-304 .447 55-125 .440 31-42 .738 358 12.8<br />

2003-04 21 57-133 .429 23-58 .397 17-29 .586 154 7.3<br />

Totals 103 379-878 .432 130-326 .399 157-223 .704 1045 10.1<br />

1,000-POINT CLUB<br />

12. Jenny Hardin (2005-08) 1,023<br />

Has earned all-conference honors all three years, including all-newcomer<br />

as a freshman, second-team as a sophomore and honorable-mention<br />

as a junior... Earned all-tournament honors as a sophomore... Has led<br />

the Golden Eagles the past three seasons and has been the face of the<br />

program as well... Averaged 15.3 points per game as a sophomore and<br />

13.1 points per game as a junior... Has helped the Golden Eagles win<br />

two-straight conference tournament titles and make two-straight NCAA<br />

Tournament appearances... From Claremore, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

2005-06 28 100-218 .459 24-62 .387 54-88 .614 278 9.9<br />

2006-07 23 133-275 .484 28-78 .359 57-99 .576 351 15.3<br />

2007-08 30 147-330 .445 16-65 .246 84-124 .677 394 13.1<br />

Totals 81 380-823 .462 68-205 .331 195-311 .589 1023 12.6<br />

The most prolific three-point shooter in ORU’s Division I era... Ended<br />

career as the owner of nearly every Division I season and career threepoint<br />

record... Also one of the top free throw shooters in ORU history...<br />

Key member on two of ORU’s NCAA Tournament teams (1999, 2001)<br />

primarily a reserve throughout her career as she started just 35 of the 116<br />

games in which she played... Ended her career 2nd on the Mid-Continent<br />

Conference career three-point list with 216... Scored in double-figures 50<br />

times... Reached the 1,000 point milestone in her final game... From Broken Arrow, Okla.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

1998-99 29 51-150 .340 21-78 .269 28-35 .800 151 5.2<br />

1999-00 28 97-269 .361 61-168 .363 46-56 .821 301 10.8<br />

2000-01 31 99-234 .423 67-163 .411 46-60 .767 311 10.0<br />

2002-03 28 81-217 .373 67-190 .353 9-13 .692 238 8.5<br />

Totals 116 328-870 .377 216-599 .361 129-164 .787 1001 8.6<br />

14. Mariana Camargo (2005-09) 1,194<br />

A three-time all-conference performer. Earned Mid-Con All-Newcomer honors<br />

after averaging 8.0 points and 3.4 assists per game during the 2005-06<br />

season. A second-team all-conference performer after a breakout 2007-08<br />

season in which she averaged 13.3 points and 5.1 rebounds per game to<br />

help lead the Golden Eagles to their second consecutive NCAA Tournament.<br />

Averaged 10.8 points and 4.8 rebounds during her senior season.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

2005-06 27 88-204 .431 2-34 .059 38-85 .447 216 8.0<br />

2006-07 33 81-181 .448 2-7 .286 64-111 .577 228 6.9<br />

2007-08 32 158-355 .445 2-5 .400 107-165 .648 425 13.3<br />

2008-09 30 124-249 .498 2-8 .250 75-138 .543 325 10.8<br />

Totals 122 451-989 .456 8-54 .148 284-499 .569 1194 9.8<br />

15. Janae Voelker (2006-present) 1,040<br />

Enters her senior season with a streak of 40 consecutive games of scoring<br />

in double figures. Earned her third all-conference honor last season by<br />

being tabbed to the first-team after leading ORU with 16.5 points and 9.4<br />

rebounds per game. Posted 12 double-doubles during the 2008-09 season<br />

for a career total of 22. One of seven players all-time at ORU to record 1,000<br />

points and 500 rebounds.<br />

Season G FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-A Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Pts. Avg.<br />

2006-07 32 67-157 .427 8-31 .258 27-43 .628 169 5.3<br />

2007-08 33 143-366 .391 48-136 .353 42-74 .568 376 11.4<br />

2008-09 30 178-398 .447 27-100 .270 112-168 .667 495 16.5<br />

Totals 95 388-921 .421 83-267 .311 181-285 .635 1040 10.9<br />

ORU <strong>Athletics</strong> Coaching Staff PREVIEW<br />

PLAYERS OPPONENTS REVIEW <strong>RECORDS</strong><br />

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LETTERWINNERS<br />

- A -<br />

Allen, Dominique 2009-preseent<br />

Allen, Veida 1985-86<br />

Anderson, Stacy 1998-99<br />

Andrews, Diane 1981-84<br />

Arruda, Janaina 1995-96<br />

Aslinger, Shelley 1992-93<br />

- B -<br />

Baker, Veida 1985-89<br />

Baptista, Cristina 1995-96<br />

Barrera, Lea 1996-98<br />

Barrett, Rauna 1998-00<br />

Bedward, Tracya 1993-95<br />

Ben Othman, Imen 2001<br />

Bishop, Michelle 1988-89<br />

Blair, Brigid 1990-91<br />

Blair, Robin 1978-82<br />

Boan, Jessica 2002-05<br />

Bolovinos, Jenette 2000-02<br />

Boone, Stacy 1989-91<br />

Boyer, Joanie 1984-85<br />

Bradley, Kisa 1995-97<br />

Brady, Cindy 1978-79<br />

Brady, Kristin 1998-01, 2002-03<br />

Brewer, BeBe 1984-85<br />

Bryan, Suzanne 1981-82<br />

Burgess, Hardisha 1993-95<br />

- C -<br />

Calvert, Deana 1984-85<br />

Camargo, Mariana 2005-09<br />

Cannon, Leah 2002-06<br />

Chaloupek, Darlee 1992-93<br />

Chamberlin, Cari 1985-89<br />

Chill, Tiffany 1990-91<br />

Clark, Stephanie 2001-03<br />

Cleem, Rita 1994-95<br />

Clinkenbeard, Cheryl 1989-90<br />

Colbert, Bernice 1991-92<br />

Colbert, Sandy 1993-94<br />

Cole, Lisa 1976-77<br />

Collier, Laketa 1995-99<br />

Cornwell, Brandy 1990-95<br />

Corsini, Gina 1977-80<br />

Crowder, Sheryl 1984-85<br />

Cuk, Rosie 1990-91<br />

Cummings, Sylvia 1991-93<br />

Cunningham, Kendall 2003<br />

Curliss, Lisa 1993-95<br />

- D -<br />

Dailey, Sherry 1981-86<br />

Davidson, Sarah 2003-2007<br />

Davis, Kim 1982-83<br />

Davis, Heather 1995-99<br />

Davis, Trina 1994-95<br />

Dos Santos, Valeria 1995-96<br />

Douglas, Donna 1983-85<br />

Draughon, Georgeanne 1977-78<br />

Duarte, Donna 1986-87<br />

Dupont, Jennifer 1989-90<br />

- E -<br />

Ede, Diane 1975-76<br />

Eggers, Lynette 1986-88<br />

Eilers, Christy 1993-94<br />

Elmore, Patrice 1976-77<br />

- F -<br />

Fithian, Jamie 2003-07<br />

Ford, Cheryl 1979-80<br />

Ford, Lisa 1979-80<br />

Fowler, Jeanie 1975-77<br />

Foy, Amanda 1997-98<br />

Franklin, Lori 1992-94<br />

Franklin, Veronica 1977-81<br />

- G -<br />

Garcia, April 2003<br />

Gardner, Tina 1991-92<br />

Garrett, Helen 1990-93<br />

Gentry, Paula 1977-78<br />

Gerdine, Margaret 1977-78<br />

Gilmore, Jerry 2004-05<br />

Graham, Louise 1978-80<br />

- H -<br />

Haley, Linda 1980-84<br />

Haliburton, Ebony 2004-07<br />

Hall, Janis 1975-77<br />

Hardin, Jenny<br />

2005-present<br />

Harris, Nancy 1975-77<br />

Hart, Adriane 1995-96<br />

Hayes, Heather 2002<br />

Heard, Demesha 2008-09<br />

Hendrix, Linda 1980-84<br />

Hennen, Tamra 1977-78<br />

Henry, Artan 1991-92<br />

Herron, Vivian 1985-89<br />

Hester, Corrie 2008<br />

Hindle, Shawn 1985-89<br />

Hodges, Rondi 1976-77<br />

Hofer, Robyan 1988-89<br />

Holland, Allison 2001-02<br />

Holloway, Rosemary 1975-76<br />

Holmes, Penny 1980-82<br />

- I -<br />

Inman, Kelli 2003-04<br />

- J - J<br />

Jackson, Margie 1980-85<br />

Jandova, Barbora 1998-2000<br />

Johnson, Kris 1980-83<br />

Johnson, Liz 1980-81<br />

Johnson, Tiffany 2004-06<br />

Jones, Georgia 2008-present<br />

Jones, Jill 1987-90<br />

Joppert, Regina 1995-96<br />

- K -<br />

Kappler, Marchelle 1988-90<br />

Karvanen, Masha 1996-98<br />

Kelley, Tiffany 1994-97<br />

Kelley, Christina 1999-01<br />

Kindell, Kelly 2006-present<br />

Kovacevic, Buba 2004<br />

Kroll, Pepper 2000-01<br />

- L -<br />

Langford, Katie 2003-07<br />

Lipnick, Regina 1983-84<br />

Liston, Sherrie 1975-76<br />

Logan, Wileda 1987-88<br />

Long, Tessa 2002<br />

Louis, Claudia 2001-05<br />

Lowe, Trix 1978-79<br />

Lowery, Opie 1982-83<br />

Lucas, Julie 1983-86<br />

- M -<br />

Magueira, Mariana 1995-96<br />

Marana, Clarice 1982-83<br />

Maurer, Fran 1993-94<br />

McClendon, Karen 1976-77<br />

McCowan, Bev 1978-82<br />

McCoy, Jara 1990-92<br />

McGuire, Cynthia 1993-94<br />

McKenzie, Shayne 1999-03<br />

McNeal, Melanie 1992-95<br />

Menard, Erin 2002-03<br />

Miller, Nikki 1998-00<br />

Mills, Jamie 1997-99<br />

Mills, Jennifer 1997-99<br />

Mims, Shannon 1998-02<br />

Mindemann, Pam 1977-80<br />

Monroe, Tammy 1979-81<br />

Montgomery, Ida 1982-83<br />

Moore, Brandi 2002-03<br />

Morita, Lauryn 1999-01<br />

Moore, Sonya 1977-80<br />

Myers, Pebble 1975-76<br />

- N -<br />

N’Dri, Sonia 2001<br />

Neal, Amanda 1985-89<br />

Nelson, Debbie 1975-79<br />

- O -<br />

Obudho, Maureen 2003-05<br />

Ogden, Kim 1984-88<br />

Ogden, Nan 1984-88<br />

Olival, Jennifer 1996-97<br />

Osborne-Lewis, Emily 1996-97<br />

- P -P<br />

Paden, Kathy 1979-83<br />

Pankratz, Mary 1978-80<br />

Patterson, Cip 1979-81<br />

Peckham, Sherri 1977-79<br />

Pegorari, Monah 2008-09<br />

Penquite, Rhonda 1977-78<br />

Pereira, Claudia 2004-06<br />

Pfeiffer, Sally 1990-91<br />

Poitier, Sharon 1986-89<br />

Pope, Shonna 1989-90<br />

Porter, Carrie 1995-98<br />

Predovic, Amanda 2008<br />

Preston, Chris 1990-92<br />

Price, Sheree 1976-77<br />

Pryor, Amy 2008-09<br />

Pyle, Jordan 2008-present<br />

- Q -<br />

Quintas, Noelia 2008-present<br />

- R -<br />

Radermacher, Lori 1981-85<br />

Ragan, Krista 1998-02<br />

Randolph, Lori 1989-90<br />

Reaves, Kim 1991-92<br />

Reed, Stephanie 1988-89<br />

Reeder, Kristin 1992-93<br />

Replogle, Staci 1997-01<br />

Rhoten, Jessica 1997-99<br />

Riles, Allison 1994-96<br />

Roberson, Tammie 1992-93<br />

Robison, Leanne 2007-present<br />

Rogers, Susan 1981-84<br />

Rose, Katie 1995-97<br />

Rushing, Ava 1991-92<br />

Russell, Kathy 1983-84<br />

- S -S<br />

Seay, Alycia 2003-07<br />

Schmook, Genny 1993-94<br />

Schwarz, Layla 2001-02<br />

Seahorn, Dawn 1993-94<br />

Shantiloo, Ophelia 1993-95<br />

Shockley, Chelsie 2005-07<br />

Simms, Curlonda 1990-91<br />

Sjoberg, Becky 1976-77<br />

Smiley, Beth 1975-76<br />

Smiley, Kit 1975-76<br />

Smith, LeQuita 1984-86<br />

Smith, Lynne 1989-90<br />

Souza, Fernanda 1995-96<br />

Stafford, Marilee 1975-76<br />

Streets, Vicki 1982-83<br />

Stone, Amanda 2002-03<br />

Sumerel, Tammie 1989-90<br />

- T -<br />

Tasby, DeeDee 1990-94<br />

Thrasher, Abba 2001-02<br />

Trumpett, Bridgett 1989-90<br />

Tucker, Sharon 1978-81<br />

Turek, Elisha 2003-07<br />

Turner, Cristal 2008-present<br />

- V -<br />

Van Gilder, Gina 1989-90<br />

Voelker, Janae 2006-present<br />

Volpato, Carol 2006-2007<br />

- W - W<br />

Walters, Renea 1980-81<br />

Walton, Samantha 1996-99<br />

Watman, Rachel 2005-08<br />

Weavel, Jimmie 1988-89<br />

Weeks, Connie 1975-78<br />

Weeks, Liz 1977-81<br />

West, Julia 2004-06<br />

Whemeyer, Whitney 2008<br />

White, Angie 1992-94<br />

White, Paige 1989-93<br />

White, Pat 1981-82<br />

White, Tanyika 1992-93<br />

Whittaker, Dana 1999-01<br />

Wiggins, Loree 1977-78<br />

Wilbur, Devy 1996-98<br />

Williams, Amy 1988-92<br />

Williams, Stacy 1989-91<br />

Williston, Cori 2000-04<br />

- Y -Y<br />

Young, Veda 1975-77<br />

- Z -Z<br />

Zanone, Joan 1976-77<br />

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PROGRAM <strong>HISTORY</strong><br />

2009-10 ORU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

Year-By-Year Team Results<br />

YEAR W-L HOME ROAD NEUTRAL COACH (Career Record) OVERALL<br />

1975-76 18-4 7-1 7-1 4-2 Peggy Beck 18-4<br />

1976-77 25-9 10-2 10-2 5-5 Peggy Beck (43-13) 43-13<br />

1977-78 31-4 9-0 10-0 12-4 Dixie Woodall 74-17<br />

1978-79 25-10 9-3 10-4 6-3 Dixie Woodall 99-27<br />

1979-80 22-8 10-1 8-5 4-2 Dixie Woodall 121-35<br />

1980-81 18-11 10-2 5-8 3-1 Dixie Woodall (96-33) 139-46<br />

1981-82 14-10 10-2 4-6 0-2 Debbie Yow 153-56<br />

1982-83 26-1 12-0 10-0 4-1 Debbie Yow (40-11) 179-57<br />

1983-84 15-13 11-3 3-10 1-0 Don Calvert 194-70<br />

1984-85 9-21 5-8 3-12 1-1 Don Calvert 203-91<br />

1985-86 17-11 12-1 5-9 0-1 Don Calvert (41-45) 220-102<br />

1986-87 16-12 10-3 6-7 0-2 Rhonda Penquite 236-114<br />

1987-88 13-14 8-0 3-13 2-1 Rhonda Penquite 249-128<br />

1988-89 5-22 4-11 0-8 1-3 Rhonda Penquite (34-48) 254-150<br />

1989-90 2-38 2-10 0-21 0-7 Ken Trickey, Jr. 256-188<br />

1990-91 15-18 10-5 4-13 1-0 Ken Trickey, Jr. 271-206<br />

1991-92 6-22 3-0 3-17 0-5 Ken Trickey, Jr. 277-228<br />

1992-93 1-25 0-1 0-22 1-2 Ken Trickey, Jr. (24-103) 278-253<br />

1993-94 3-24 2-10 0-11 1-3 Cletus Green (3-24) 281-277<br />

1994-95 15-12 10-3 4-8 2-1 Rick Napier 296-289<br />

1995-96 10-17 8-4 0-11 2-2 Rick Napier (25-29) 306-306<br />

1996-97 13-14 10-3 3-7 0-4 Jerry Finkbeiner 319-320<br />

1997-98 7-20 4-7 3-11 0-2 Jerry Finkbeiner 326-340<br />

1998-99 17-13 9-3 5-10 3-0 Jerry Finkbeiner 343-353<br />

1999-00 12-16 6-5 6-9 0-2 Jerry Finkbeiner 355-369<br />

2000-01 20-11 13-2 3-8 4-1 Jerry Finkbeiner 375-380<br />

2001-02 13-16 9-3 3-9 1-4 Jerry Finkbeiner 388-396<br />

2002-03 18-10 10-3 5-5 3-2 Jerry Finkbeiner 406-406<br />

2003-04 17-13 9-3 6-8 2-2 Jerry Finkbeiner 423-419<br />

2004-05 22-9 10-4 7-4 5-1 Jerry Finkbeiner 445-428<br />

2005-06 16-12 9-4 6-5 1-3 Jerry Finkbeiner 461-440<br />

2006-07 22-11 13-3 6-6 3-2 Jerry Finkbeiner 483-451<br />

2007-08 19-14 10-3 6-10 3-1 Jerry Finkbeiner (196-159) 502-465<br />

2008-09 13-17 9-5 3-10 1-2 Jerry Finkbeiner (209-176) 515-482<br />

ORU Women’s Basketball Coaches<br />

Peggy Beck<br />

1975-77<br />

43-13 (.768)<br />

Don Calvert<br />

1983-86<br />

41-45 (.477)<br />

Cletus Green<br />

1993-94<br />

3-24 (.111)<br />

Dixie Woodall<br />

1977-81<br />

96-33 (.744)<br />

Rhonda Penquite<br />

1986-89<br />

34-48 (.415)<br />

Rick Napier<br />

1994-96<br />

25-29 (.463)<br />

Debbie Yow<br />

1981-83<br />

40-11 (.784)<br />

Ken Trickey, Jr.<br />

1989-93<br />

24-103 (.189)<br />

Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

1996-present<br />

209-176 (.543)<br />

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS<br />

1975-76 Season<br />

Overall Record: 18-4<br />

Head Coach: Peggy Beck<br />

Dec. 1 Southern Nazarene 63 35 W<br />

Dec. 6 at Northeastern A&M 65 53 W<br />

Dec. 8 John Brown 103 33 W<br />

Dec. 12 at Oklahoma Baptist 67 60 W<br />

Jan. 8 Oklahoma Baptist 69 54 W<br />

Jan. 19 Oklahoma Christian 66 60 W<br />

Jan. 24 at John Brown 70 36 W<br />

Jan. 26 Northeastern A&M 54 58 L<br />

Jan. 31 Missouri Southern 67 64 W<br />

Feb. 2 at Oklahoma Christian 60 61 L<br />

Feb. 5 vs. Panhandle State 56 52 W<br />

Feb. 6 vs. Oklahoma Baptist 48 44 W<br />

Feb. 7 vs. USAO 59 72 L<br />

Feb. 9 at Missouri Southern 68 64 W<br />

Feb. 13 vs. Southern Nazarene 56 55 W<br />

Feb. 14 at El Reno 75 58 W<br />

Feb. 17 Northeastern State 77 63 W<br />

Feb. 21 Tulsa 76 48 W<br />

Feb. 24 at Southern Nazarene 64 52 W<br />

Feb. 27 vs. East Central 63 51 W<br />

Feb. 28 vs. Phillips 57 105 L<br />

Mar. 6 at Tulsa 89 63 W<br />

1976-77 Season<br />

Overall Record: 25-9<br />

Head Coach: Peggy Beck<br />

National Small College Tournament<br />

Nov. 18 at John Brown 84 75 W<br />

Nov. 25 at Wayland Baptist 62 101 L<br />

Nov. 26 vs. West Texas A&M 74 75 L<br />

Nov. 27 vs. Texas Tech 62 66 L<br />

Nov. 29 Southern Nazarene 71 52 W<br />

Dec. 2 Tulsa 68 58 W<br />

Dec. 4 Oklahoma Baptist 79 32 W<br />

Dec. 6 at Northeastern A&M 66 61 W<br />

Dec. 11 Oklahoma State 68 77 L<br />

Dec. 15 Oklahoma 56 59 L<br />

Jan. 8 at Tulsa 81 52 W<br />

Jan. 15 Evangel 96 49 W<br />

Jan. 17 at Oklahoma 62 58 W<br />

Jan. 18 at Oklahoma Baptist 72 46 W<br />

Jan. 24 Missouri Southern 74 54 W<br />

Jan. 29 Northeastern State 73 64 W<br />

Feb. 1 Ozark Bible 82 47 W<br />

Feb. 5 Arkansas 69 37 W<br />

Feb. 8 at Southwestern Oklahoma 79 59 W<br />

Feb. 12 Northeastern A&M 70 45 W<br />

Feb. 14 at Ozark Bible 71 58 W<br />

Feb. 17 vs. Oklahoma Baptist 64 41 W<br />

Feb. 18 at Southern Nazarene 76 56 W<br />

Feb. 19 vs. Langston 65 51 W<br />

Feb. 21 at Northeastern State 59 73 L<br />

Feb. 23 at Missouri Southern 58 56 W<br />

Feb. 26 Cameron 69 47 W<br />

Feb. 28 at Southern Nazarene 90 55 W<br />

Okla. Small College Tournament (Chickasha, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 4 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma 64 65 L<br />

Mar. 5 vs. Cameron 62 46 W<br />

National Small College Tournament (Hammond,La.)<br />

Mar. 9 vs. Texas Wesleyan 69 55 W<br />

Mar. 10 vs. Phillips 74 97 L<br />

Mar. 11 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma 84 79 W<br />

Mar. 12 vs. Tarleton State 68 71 L<br />

1977-78 Season<br />

Overall Record: 31-4<br />

Head Coach: Dixie Woodall<br />

AIAW State Tournament Champions<br />

AIAW Southwest Regional Tournament<br />

Nov. 19 Southern Methodist 73 43 W<br />

Nov. 21 at Texas 72 43 W<br />

Nov. 25 vs. Northwest Missouri State 70 63 W<br />

Nov. 26 vs. Kansas 61 94 L<br />

Nov. 27 at Southwest Missouri State 73 64 W<br />

Nov. 28 Langston 90 52 W<br />

Dec. 3 Wichita State 78 45 W<br />

Dec. 6 at Northwestern Oklahoma 76 60<br />

W<br />

Dec. 10 Oklahoma State 57 51 W<br />

Dec. 15 at Tulsa 112 45 W<br />

Dec. 27 vs. Fordham 72 59 W<br />

Dec. 28 vs. Old Dominion 49 82 L<br />

Dec. 29 vs. Michigan State 70 67 W<br />

Jan. 3 Oklahoma 84 55 W<br />

Jan. 7 Southwest Missouri State 85 48 W<br />

Jan. 12 vs. Memphis 68 67 W<br />

Jan. 13 vs. Nebraska (Omaha) 63 51 W<br />

Jan. 14 vs. Temple (TX) JC 71 77 L<br />

Jan. 21 Northwestern Oklahoma 74 57 W<br />

Jan. 30 at Oklahoma State 73 60 W<br />

Feb. 4 at Oklahoma 81 62 W<br />

Feb. 10 at William Penn 56 51 W<br />

Feb. 11 at Grand View 83 78 W<br />

Feb. 14 at Southern Methodist 83 48 W<br />

Feb. 16 at Arkansas 88 71 W<br />

Feb. 18 at Langston 81 62 W<br />

Feb. 22 Texas 75 40 W<br />

AIAW State Tournament (Tahlequah, Okla.)<br />

Feb. 24 vs. Northwestern Oklahoma 67 53 W<br />

Feb. 25 vs. Oklahoma 57 53 W<br />

Feb. 27 Tulsa 88 51 W<br />

AIAW Southwest Reg. (Nacogdoches, Texas)<br />

Mar. 22 vs. North Texas 67 48 W<br />

Mar. 23 vs. Louisiana Tech 61 80 L<br />

Mar. 24 vs. Southern 75 71 W<br />

Mar. 25 vs. Texas Tech 81 66 W<br />

Mar. 26 vs. Texas 100 84 W<br />

1978-79 Season<br />

Overall Record: 25-10<br />

Head Coach: Dixie Woodall<br />

AIAW State Tournament Champions<br />

AIAW Southwest Regional Tournament<br />

Nov. 14 at Southwest Missouri State 72 56 W<br />

Nov. 18 Fort Hays State 70 53 W<br />

Nov. 24 Drake 38 59 L<br />

Nov. 25 William Penn 66 59 W<br />

Nov. 29 27 Tulsa Cal Poly-Pomona 71 61 50 63 WL<br />

Nov. 30 New Mexico 76 64 W<br />

Dec. 2 at Phillips 78 46 W<br />

Dec. 5 at Oklahoma 64 72 L<br />

Dec. 9 Northwestern Oklahoma 61 62 L<br />

Dec. 12 Oklahoma State 64 58 W<br />

Dec. 15 vs. Cal State-Fullerton 69 75 L<br />

Dec. 16 vs. San Francisco 57 55 W<br />

Dec. 17 at UCLA 64 85 L<br />

Dec. 18 at Southern California 65 81 L<br />

Jan. 3 at Wichita State 88 52 W<br />

Jan. 4 vs. Nebraska (Omaha) 63 64 L<br />

Jan. 5 vs. Wyoming 65 53 W<br />

Jan. 8 Oklahoma 62 49 W<br />

Jan. 13 at Northwest Missouri State 86 70 W<br />

Jan. 20 at North Texas 63 55 W<br />

Jan. 27 Northwest Missouri State 69 67 W<br />

Jan. 31 at Northwestern Oklahoma 54 50 W<br />

Feb. 3 at Arkansas 63 46 W<br />

Feb. 5 at Wichita State 90 64 W<br />

Feb. 7 Phillips 92 70 W<br />

Feb. 9 at West Texas A&M 90 44 W<br />

Feb. 10 at Texas Tech 55 65 L<br />

Feb. 14 at Oklahoma State 71 54 W<br />

Feb. 17 Wichita State 109 66 W<br />

AIAW StateTourn. (Weatherford, Okla.)<br />

Feb. 22 vs. East Central 67 47 W<br />

Feb. 23 vs. Northeastern State 88 69 W<br />

Feb. 24 vs. Oklahoma 69 66 W<br />

AIAW Southwest Reg. (Tulsa, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 7 North Texas 62 55 W<br />

Mar. 8 Texas 68 77 L<br />

1979-80 Season<br />

Overall Record: 22-8<br />

Head Coach: Dixie Woodall<br />

AIAW State Tournament Champions<br />

AIAW Southwest Regional Tournament<br />

Nov. 17 Tulsa 89 50 W<br />

Nov. 23 at New Mexico 58 80 L<br />

Nov. 24 vs. Cal Poly-Pomona (OT) 76 82 L<br />

Nov. 27 at Oklahoma City 74 75 L<br />

Nov. 29 at Fort Hays State 73 65 W<br />

Nov. 30 vs. Hastings 99 76 W<br />

Dec. 1 at Emporia State 92 71 W<br />

Dec. 3 Northwestern Oklahoma 81 63 W<br />

Dec. 11 at Oklahoma State 79 77 W<br />

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Dec. 15 vs. Florida State 74 68 W<br />

Dec. 17 at Miami (Fla.) 68 58 W<br />

Jan. 7 Texas-Arlington 76 68 W<br />

Jan. 12 Utah State 104 67 W<br />

Jan. 14 Langston 92 64 W<br />

Jan. 18 vs. Crowder College 86 67 W<br />

Jan. 19 at Arkansas 64 66 L<br />

Jan. 21 at Northwestern Oklahoma 69 66 W<br />

Jan. 23 Pittsburg State 77 56 W<br />

Jan. 24 at Oklahoma 64 52 W<br />

Jan. 28 at Tulsa 89 77 W<br />

Feb. 2 Oklahoma 77 63 W<br />

Feb. 4 Oklahoma City 85 66 W<br />

Feb. 6 at Langston 81 83 L<br />

Feb. 11 Phillips 96 52 W<br />

Feb. 12 at Pittsburg State 60 63 L<br />

Feb. 16 Oklahoma State 90 75 W<br />

Feb. 18 Texas Tech (OT) 88 91 L<br />

AIAW State Tournament (Norman, Okla.)<br />

Feb. 21 vs. Oklahoma City 80 69 W<br />

Feb. 22 at Oklahoma 73 60 W<br />

AIAW Southwest Reg (Baton Rouge, La.)<br />

Mar. 5 vs. McNeese State 71 72 L<br />

1980-81 Season<br />

Overall Record: 18-11<br />

Head Coach: Dixie Woodall<br />

AIAW State Tournament Champions<br />

AIAW Southwest Regional Tournament<br />

Nov. 22 at Georgia 73 103 L<br />

Nov. 24 at Georgia State 69 80 L<br />

Nov. 29 Oklahoma 80 76 W<br />

Dec. 2 at Oklahoma State 79 82 L<br />

Dec. 4 Pittsburg State 77 57 W<br />

Dec. 5 Temple (TX) College 74 46 W<br />

Dec. 8 Phillips 86 65 W<br />

Dec. 11 at Northwestern Oklahoma 68 79 L<br />

Dec. 13 Georgia 63 58 W<br />

Jan. 8 Houston 55 67 L<br />

Jan. 10 *McNeese State 80 89 W<br />

Jan. 14 at Louisiana Tech 67 94 L<br />

Jan. 17 Tulsa 82 74 W<br />

Jan. 22 at Tulsa 111 77 W<br />

Jan. 24 Northwestern Oklahoma 55 66 L<br />

Jan. 27 at Cameron 63 71 L<br />

Jan. 28 at Phillips 67 55 W<br />

Jan. 31 at Oklahoma City 82 91 L<br />

Feb. 2 at Langston 84 56 W<br />

Feb. 4 at Pittsburg State 87 67 W<br />

Feb. 7 Oklahoma State 73 64 W<br />

Feb. 10 at Texas-Arlington 81 62 W<br />

Feb. 12 Langston 89 53 W<br />

Feb. 14 Oklahoma City 94 66 W<br />

Feb. 16 at Oklahoma 59 66 L<br />

AIAW State Tourn. (Oklahoma City, Okla.)<br />

Feb. 24 vs. Oklahoma State 69 54 W<br />

Feb. 26 vs. Oklahoma 72 62 W<br />

AIAW Regional Qualifier (Tulsa, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 7 Arkansas 59 57 W<br />

AIAW Southwest Reg. (Nacogdoches, Texas)<br />

Mar. 12 vs. Texas 63 97 L<br />

*Forfeited by opponent due to ineligible players<br />

1981-82 Season<br />

Overall Record: 14-10<br />

Head Coach: Debbie Yow<br />

Nov. 28 Texas-Arlington 70 66 W<br />

Dec. 2 Tulsa 77 54 W<br />

Dec. 4 Northeastern State 72 71 W<br />

Dec. 7 Arkansas 75 61 W<br />

Dec. 9 at Langston 80 64 W<br />

Dec. 12 Southeastern Oklahoma 77 66 W<br />

Dec. 15 at Oklahoma City 63 69 L<br />

Jan. 5 at Southwest Baptist 74 55 W<br />

Jan. 9 Texas Tech 87 71 W<br />

Jan. 12 at Arkansas 57 61 L<br />

Jan. 16 Phillips 82 62 W<br />

Jan. 18 Oklahoma 93 72 W<br />

Jan. 22 at Louisiana Tech 53 94 L<br />

Jan. 27 at Oklahoma State 62 63 L<br />

Jan. 30 Langston 99 46 W<br />

Feb. 6 Oklahoma State 81 79 W<br />

Feb. 11 at Tulsa 67 65 W<br />

Feb. 13 at Oklahoma 95 78 W<br />

Feb. 15 Oklahoma City 67 81 L<br />

Feb. 17 at Northwestern Oklahoma 59 64 L<br />

Feb. 20 at Central Missouri 69 82 L<br />

Feb. 23 Louisiana Tech 51 89 L<br />

AIAW StateTourn. (Oklahoma City, Okla.)<br />

Feb. 26 vs. Oklahoma State 75 79 L<br />

Feb. 27 vs. Oklahoma City 81 88 L<br />

1982-83 Season<br />

Overall Record: 26-1<br />

Head Coach: Debbie Yow<br />

Women’s WNIT 3rd Place (Amarillo, Texas)<br />

Nov. 26 North Texas 82 68 W<br />

Nov. 29 Northeastern State 62 57 W<br />

Dec. 3 at Southwest Missouri State 84 67 W<br />

Dec. 10 Emporia State 80 65 W<br />

Dec. 30 vs. Fairfield 73 59 W<br />

Dec. 31 vs. Eastern Kentucky 81 78 W<br />

Jan. 4 Oklahoma 86 72 W<br />

Jan. 6 at Southwest Baptist 103 68 W<br />

Jan. 8 Southwest Missouri State 83 64 W<br />

Jan. 11 at Oklahoma State 93 74 W<br />

Jan. 15 UMKC 78 64 W<br />

Jan. 17 Southwest Baptist 88 39 W<br />

Jan. 22 Oklahoma City 67 61 W<br />

Jan. 24 at North Texas 70 51 W<br />

Jan. 29 at Phillips 79 57 W<br />

Feb. 5 at Oklahoma City 75 59 W<br />

Feb. 9 at Southeastern Oklahoma 98 71 W<br />

Feb. 12 at Texas Wesleyan 94 72 W<br />

Feb. 14 at Northeastern State 77 64 W<br />

Feb. 19 Texas Wesleyan 75 62 W<br />

Feb. 21 Oklahoma State 74 66 W<br />

Feb. 24 at Tulsa 86 80 W<br />

Feb. 26 Missouri Southern 106 53 W<br />

Mar. 2 Tulsa 91 71 W<br />

Women’s WNIT (Amarillo, Texas)<br />

Mar. 17 vs. Hawaii 69 60 W<br />

Mar. 18 vs. Memphis 61 88 L<br />

Mar. 19 vs. Weber State 78 75 W<br />

The 1982-83 team won a school-record 26 games.<br />

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1983-84 Season<br />

Overall Record: 15-13<br />

OCAC Record: 5-3<br />

Head Coach: Don Calvert<br />

Nov. 25 Wichita State 69 66 W<br />

Nov. 26 Baylor 87 71 W<br />

Dec. 2 vs. New Mexico 84 70 W<br />

Dec. 3 at California 61 64 L<br />

Dec. 5 Oklahoma State 69 72 L<br />

Dec. 10 Arkansas 71 65 W<br />

Dec. 12 Tulsa 81 65 W<br />

Dec. 17 at Arkansas 70 84 L<br />

Jan. 2 at Kansas State 62 79 L<br />

Jan. 5 Creighton 81 64 W<br />

Jan. 7 at Oklahoma 77 101 L<br />

Jan. 9 at UMKC 72 74 L<br />

Jan. 11 at Missouri 70 109 L<br />

Jan. 16 at Oklahoma City 79 72 W<br />

Jan. 18 John Brown 79 54 W<br />

Jan. 21 Texas-San Antonio* 72 77 L<br />

Jan. 23 Texas-El Paso* 72 69 W<br />

Jan. 28 at West Texas A&M* 68 89 L<br />

Jan. 30 at Hardin-Simmons* 92 63 W<br />

Feb. 1 Memphis 65 66 L<br />

Feb. 11 Oklahoma City 78 65 W<br />

Feb. 13 Wayland Baptist 55 53 W<br />

Feb. 21 at Louisiana Tech 61 98 L<br />

Feb. 25 at Texas-San Antonio* 64 75 L<br />

Feb. 27 at Texas-El Paso* 75 62 W<br />

Mar. 1 at Memphis 72 85 L<br />

Mar. 3 West Texas A&M* 86 67 W<br />

Mar. 5 Hardin-Simmons* 91 69 W<br />

*-OCAC Game<br />

1984-85 Season<br />

Overall Record: 9-21<br />

OCAC Record: 3-5<br />

Head Coach: Don Calvert<br />

Nov. 19 at Arkansas 55 78 L<br />

Nov. 23 Hawaii 66 73 L<br />

Nov. 24 Kansas 77 84 L<br />

Nov. 30 at California 66 86 L<br />

Dec. 1 vs. Texas A&M 48 87 L<br />

Dec. 3 at Hawaii 61 72 L<br />

Dec. 4 at Hawaii 56 73 L<br />

Dec. 8 Missouri 75 95 L<br />

Dec. 11 at Wichita State 63 78 L<br />

Dec. 14 at Southern Methodist 66 75 L<br />

Dec. 15 vs. Stephen F. Austin 70 68 W<br />

Dec. 19 Texas A&M 64 73 L<br />

Jan. 4 at Wayland Baptist 56 78 L<br />

Jan. 5 at Texas Tech 66 101 L<br />

Jan. 11 Oklahoma 66 67 L<br />

Jan. 12 Arizona State 63 59 W<br />

Jan. 19 at Texas-San Antonio* 56 80 L<br />

Jan. 21 at Texas-El Paso* 80 69 L<br />

Jan. 26 West Texas A&M* 60 82 L<br />

Jan. 28 Hardin-Simmons* 84 70 W<br />

Feb. 4 at John Brown 60 66 L<br />

Feb. 9 at Oklahoma City 60 79 L<br />

Feb. 11 at Tulsa 74 52 W<br />

Feb. 16 Louisiana Tech 59 78 L<br />

Feb. 18 New Orleans 68 62 W<br />

Feb. 23 Texas-San Antonio* 57 68 L<br />

Feb. 25 Texas-El Paso* 71 63 W<br />

Mar. 2 at West Texas A&M* 62 97 L<br />

Mar. 4 at Hardin-Simmons* 74 68 W<br />

*-OCAC Game<br />

1985-86 Season<br />

Overall Record: 17-11<br />

Head Coach: Don Calvert<br />

Nov. 23 John Brown 78 53 W<br />

Nov. 26 Tulsa 90 43 W<br />

Dec. 3 at Texas A&M 61 72 L<br />

Dec. 5 Arkansas 78 72 W<br />

Dec. 7 Kansas 76 77 L<br />

Dec. 9 Wichita State 66 62 W<br />

Dec. 13 at Southern Methodist 91 69 W<br />

Dec. 14 vs. Stephen F. Austin 64 69 L<br />

Dec. 19 Texas Tech 61 54 W<br />

Dec. 21 Texas Christian 79 67 W<br />

Jan. 2 at Kansas 54 100 L<br />

Jan. 4 at Creighton 63 81 L<br />

Jan. 8 Kansas State 78 75 W<br />

Jan. 11 at Oklahoma 78 101 L<br />

Jan. 13 Oklahoma City 83 70 W<br />

Jan. 18 at Texas-San Antonio 60 54 W<br />

Jan. 20 at Texas-El Paso 91 70 W<br />

Jan. 25 West Texas A&M 88 73 W<br />

Jan. 27 Hardin-Simmons 92 45 W<br />

Feb. 1 at New Orleans 80 90 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Tulane 71 74 L<br />

Feb. 10 at Oklahoma State 83 90 L<br />

Feb. 15 at Tulsa 87 51 W<br />

Feb. 17 at Oklahoma City 95 97 L<br />

Feb. 22 Texas-San Antonio 97 61 W<br />

Feb. 24 Texas-El Paso 94 65 W<br />

Mar. 1 at West Texas A&M 85 87 L<br />

Mar. 3 at Hardin-Simmons 89 60 W<br />

1986-87 Season<br />

Overall Record: 16-12<br />

MCC Record: 9-3<br />

Head Coach: Rhonda Penquite<br />

Nov. 28 at Arizona State 62 99 L<br />

Nov. 29 vs. San Francisco 74 84 L<br />

Dec. 2 at Tulsa 64 58 W<br />

Dec. 4 Oklahoma 72 87 L<br />

Dec. 6 Texas-Arlington 73 69 W<br />

Dec. 10 at Wichita State 61 72 L<br />

Dec. 12 at New Orleans 64 68 L<br />

Dec. 13 at Furman 68 69 L<br />

Dec. 15 USAO 82 70 W<br />

Dec. 20 Oklahoma St. (OT) 82 72 W<br />

Jan. 5 Tulane 68 73 L<br />

Jan. 8 at Kansas State 57 95 L<br />

Jan. 12 at St. Louis* 66 52 W<br />

Jan. 19 Tulsa 49 42 W<br />

Jan. 22 at John Brown 74 62 W<br />

Jan. 24 Butler* 65 57 W<br />

Jan. 26 Xavier* 83 68 W<br />

Jan. 27 Southern Methodist 89 82 W<br />

Jan. 31 at Loyola (Chi.)* 81 68 W<br />

Feb. 2 at Detroit* 78 93 L<br />

Feb. 7 Evansville* 97 80 W<br />

Feb. 9 St. Louis* 76 53 W<br />

Feb. 14 Loyola (Chi.)* 71 78 L<br />

Feb. 16 Detroit* 96 88 W<br />

Feb. 19 at Arkansas 66 115 L<br />

Feb. 21 at Butler* 80 77 W<br />

Feb. 23 at Xavier* 86 66 W<br />

Feb. 25 at Evansville* 80 92 L<br />

*-Midwestern Collegiate Conference Game<br />

1987-88 Season<br />

Overall Record: 13-14<br />

Head Coach: Rhonda Penquite<br />

Nov. 27 at Nebraska 87 100 L<br />

Dec. 2 at Oklahoma 94 103 L<br />

Dec. 4 vs. Oregon 64 85 L<br />

Dec. 5 vs. Lamar 82 80 W<br />

Dec. 12 at Washington State 78 94 L<br />

Dec. 13 vs. Baylor 86 73 W<br />

Dec. 19 at Oklahoma State 74 88 L<br />

Dec. 21 at Texas Christian 64 79 L<br />

Jan. 2 Arkansas 77 66 W<br />

Jan. 4 at Kansas 73 82 L<br />

Jan. 7 Akron 79 65 W<br />

Jan. 8 Kansas State 58 57 W<br />

Jan. 11 at Missouri 70 93 L<br />

Jan. 16 St. Louis 76 67 W<br />

Jan. 21 UMKC 111 98 W<br />

Jan. 26 at Arkansas-Little Rock 84 66 W<br />

Jan. 30 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 70 68 W<br />

Feb. 6 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 81 75 W<br />

Feb. 8 at St. Louis 63 71 L<br />

Feb. 11 John Brown 76 73 W<br />

Feb. 13 at Texas-El Paso 69 53 W<br />

Feb. 15 at New Mexico State 81 90 L<br />

Feb. 21 at U. S. International 64 85 L<br />

Feb. 23 at San Diego State 61 86 L<br />

Feb. 27 at Texas-San Antonio 92 78 W<br />

Feb. 29 at North Texas 64 82 L<br />

Mar. 7 at Memphis 71 98 L<br />

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1988-89 Season<br />

Overall Record: 4-23<br />

Head Coach: Rhonda Penquite<br />

Nov. 25 vs. McNeese State 63 91 L<br />

Nov. 26 vs. Texas-Arlington (2 OT) 80 81 L<br />

Nov. 28 New Mexico State (OT) 85 83 W<br />

Nov. 30 at Wichita State 61 83 L<br />

Dec. 2 at Kansas 75 89 L<br />

Dec. 3 vs. Grambling 66 90 L<br />

Dec. 8 at Kansas State 58 83 L<br />

Dec. 10 Oklahoma 83 97 L<br />

Dec. 12 at Arkansas 69 113 L<br />

Dec. 16 Nevada-Reno 96 74 W<br />

Dec. 17 Texas-Arlington 79 89 L<br />

Dec. 18 Texas Christian 74 87 L<br />

Jan. 5 at Oklahoma State 67 85 L<br />

Jan. 6 vs. North Texas 86 102 L<br />

Jan. 10 Brigham Young 87 100 L<br />

Jan. 12 Lamar 72 93 L<br />

Jan. 14 Wayland Baptist 73 77 L<br />

Jan. 21 Creighton 94 100 L<br />

Jan. 23 Oklahoma State 70 100 L<br />

Jan. 27 Texas-El Paso 74 75 L<br />

Jan. 28 Texas-San Antonio 92 71 W<br />

Feb. 6 East Central 77 94 L<br />

Feb. 11 School of Ozarks 101 67 W<br />

Feb. 13 at New Mexico State 69 82 L<br />

Feb. 15 at Texas-El Paso 66 96 L<br />

Feb. 21 Oklahoma City 85 101 L<br />

Mar. 4 at Lamar 67 106 L<br />

1989-90 Season<br />

Overall Record: 2-38<br />

Head Coach: Ken Trickey, Jr.<br />

Nov. 10 vs.Missouri Baptist 72 77 L<br />

Nov. 11 at School of Ozarks 53 79 L<br />

Nov. 13 Univ. of Ozarks 56 72 L<br />

Nov. 17 at Missouri Southern 43 79 L<br />

Nov. 18 Bartlesville Weslyan 56 70 L<br />

Nov. 20 Southern Nazarene 53 111 L<br />

Nov. 21 Southwest Baptist 80 72 W<br />

Nov. 24 vs. Southern Nazarene 45 100 L<br />

Nov. 25 at Oklahoma Baptist 73 107 L<br />

Nov. 27 at Northeastern State 66 91 L<br />

Nov. 28 vs. Southern Arkansas 83 92 L<br />

Nov. 30 at Central Arkansas 66 109 L<br />

Dec. 1 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma 64 138 L<br />

Dec. 2 at Phillips 81 107 L<br />

Dec. 5 at Nebraska 61 110 L<br />

Dec. 6 at Creighton 63 115 L<br />

Dec. 8 at Central Missouri 66 107 L<br />

Dec. 9 Kearney State 65 103 L<br />

Dec. 16 at John Brown 62 79 L<br />

Jan. 3 Kansas 52 108 L<br />

Jan. 5 vs. St. Mary’s 66 68 L<br />

Jan. 6 vs. Emporia State 62 94 L<br />

Jan. 10 at East Central 77 83 L<br />

Jan. 12 at Oklahoma Christian 71 100 L<br />

Jan. 13 at Southern Nazarene 55 105 L<br />

Jan. 15 School of Ozarks 85 88 L<br />

Jan. 16 Tarleton State 64 71 L<br />

Jan. 23 Wayland Baptist 48 84 L<br />

Jan. 29 Oklahoma Baptist 76 88 L<br />

Jan. 30 Phillips 87 92 L<br />

Feb. 1 at Langston 85 96 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Bartlesville Weslyan 65 89 L<br />

Feb. 10 at Ark.-Monticello 92 128 L<br />

Feb. 12 at Oklahoma City 72 86 L<br />

Feb. 15 at Wayland Baptist 55 102 L<br />

Feb. 17 at Panhandle State 82 101 L<br />

Feb. 19 at Tarleton State 66 78 L<br />

Feb. 20 Langston (OT) 78 74 W<br />

Feb. 22 Oklahoma Christian 73 93 L<br />

Feb. 24 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff 83 109 L<br />

1990-91 Season<br />

Overall Record: 15-18<br />

Head Coach: Ken Trickey, Jr.<br />

Nov. 8 at Bartlesville Weslyan 79 73 W<br />

Nov. 10 at Southern Nazarene 82 91 L<br />

Nov. 12 at Oklahoma Christian 88 103 L<br />

Nov. 17 at Univ. of Ozarks 83 111 L<br />

Nov. 19 Southeast Missouri 69 87 L<br />

Nov. 26 at Oklahoma City 73 114 L<br />

Nov. 28 at Southeast Missouri St. 61 100 L<br />

Dec. 3 Hastings 79 74 W<br />

Dec. 6 Tabor College 84 70 W<br />

Dec. 7 at Central Missouri 76 97 L<br />

Dec. 8 vs. Southern Colorado 76 74 W<br />

Dec. 31 at Nebraska 62 95 L<br />

Jan. 1 at Creighton 71 105 L<br />

Jan. 4 Ark.-Monticello 95 104 L<br />

Jan. 5 Peru State 75 72 W<br />

Jan. 8 at Southwestern Oklahoma 72 92 L<br />

Jan. 10 Oklahoma City 97 79 W<br />

Jan. 12 Phillips 76 91 L<br />

Jan. 14<br />

Jan. 15<br />

Oklahoma Christian<br />

Southern Nazarene<br />

72<br />

98<br />

92<br />

88<br />

L<br />

W<br />

Jan. 17 East Central 82 64 W<br />

Jan. 24 Bartlesville Weslyan 85 56 W<br />

Jan. 26 Northeastern State 70 69 W<br />

Jan. 29 at John Brown 89 76 W<br />

Feb. 2 at East Central 72 69 W<br />

Feb. 4 at Northeastern State 85 100 L<br />

Feb. 5 Southwestern Oklahoma 68 78 L<br />

Feb. 7 at Langston 98 87 W<br />

Feb. 9 at UMKC 56 63 L<br />

Feb. 16 John Brown 64 50 W<br />

Feb. 19 Langston 86 71 W<br />

Feb. 23 at Phillips 78 94 L<br />

NAIA District Nine Playoffs (Weatherford, Okla.)<br />

Feb. 25 at Southwestern Oklahoma 62 74 L<br />

1991-92 Season<br />

Overall Record: 6-22<br />

Head Coach: Ken Trickey, Jr.<br />

Nov. 23 at New Mexico State 84 94 L<br />

Nov. 25 at Texas-El Paso 82 79 W<br />

Nov. 29 vs. Rice 78 87 L<br />

Nov. 30 vs. Grambling 77 78 L<br />

Dec. 3 at Kansas State 64 66 L<br />

Dec. 9 at Nevada-Las Vegas 77 96 L<br />

Dec. 13 at Illinois 67 96 L<br />

Dec. 14 vs. Ohio <strong>University</strong> 62 80 L<br />

Dec. 17 at Creighton 77 98 L<br />

Dec. 19 at Stanford 74 112 L<br />

Dec. 20 vs. North Carolina State 60 92 L<br />

Jan. 3 at Oklahoma State 43 57 L<br />

Jan. 4 vs. Southern Mississippi 66 82 L<br />

Jan. 9 at Texas Southern 81 52 W<br />

Jan. 18 at Texas Tech 54 88 L<br />

Jan. 22 at Middle Tennessee 76 83 L<br />

Jan. 25 at Texas Christian 72 69 W<br />

Jan. 27 Texas Southern 76 73 W<br />

Jan. 30 at Arkansas 64 88 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Georgia 74 77 L<br />

Feb. 10 Oklahoma City 75 71 W<br />

Feb. 12 at Memphis 74 84 L<br />

Feb. 17 Oklahoma Baptist (OT) 79 72 W<br />

Feb. 19 at Mississippi 63 87 L<br />

Feb. 20 at Alabama 75 100 L<br />

Feb. 21 at Auburn 45 99 L<br />

Feb. 27 at Clemson 54 98 L<br />

Feb. 29 at Florida State 59 104 L<br />

1992-93 Season<br />

Overall Record: 1-25<br />

Head Coach: Ken Trickey, Jr.<br />

Dec. 1 at Lamar 75 84 L<br />

Dec. 5 vs. Northwestern (La.) State 61 94 L<br />

Dec. 6 vs. Texas-Pan American 85 59 W<br />

Dec. 10 at Kansas State 44 77 L<br />

Dec. 12 at Southern Methodist 72 107 L<br />

Dec. 18 at Texas 68 109 L<br />

Dec. 28 at Oklahoma State 31 105 L<br />

Dec. 29 vs. UMKC 35 64 L<br />

Jan. 2 at Oklahoma 62 84 L<br />

Jan. 4 at Missouri Southern 64 106 L<br />

Jan. 6 at Texas-El Paso 50 60 L<br />

Jan. 8 at Texas A&M 49 96 L<br />

Jan. 12 at Kansas 53 109 L<br />

Jan. 14 at Vanderbilt 58 124 L<br />

Jan. 19 at Missouri 53 75 L<br />

Jan. 22 at Memphis 55 86 L<br />

Jan. 25 at Georgia 49 116 L<br />

Jan. 27 at Texas Christian 60 76 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Mississippi 53 87 L<br />

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Feb. 16 at Florida State 53 74 L<br />

Feb. 20 Oklahoma Baptist 64 83 L<br />

Feb. 23 at Auburn 42 78 L<br />

Feb. 25 at Alabama 52 112 L<br />

Mar. 1 at Arkansas 60 96 L<br />

Mar. 6 at New Mexico State 54 77 L<br />

Mar. 8 at Lamar 52 85 L<br />

1993-94 Season<br />

Overall Record: 3-24<br />

Head Coach: Cletus Green<br />

Nov. 26 Texas-Pan American 70 68 W<br />

Nov. 27 Mississippi Valley State 77 78 L<br />

Dec. 3 at Kansas 66 94 L<br />

Dec. 4 vs. Jackson State 64 57 W<br />

Dec. 6 Missouri Southern 62 74 L<br />

Dec. 9 at Southeast Missouri State 44 68 L<br />

Dec. 10 at Middle Tennessee 55 81 L<br />

Dec. 11 vs. UMKC (2OT) 78 82 L<br />

Dec. 18 Tennessee-Martin 61 83 L<br />

Dec. 28 vs. Southern 62 86 L<br />

Dec. 29 vs. Michigan 58 72 L<br />

Jan. 5 Southeast Missouri State 54 64 L<br />

Jan. 8 Texas Christian 60 79 L<br />

Jan. 11 at Memphis 55 93 L<br />

Jan. 14 at Oklahoma State 58 75 L<br />

Jan. 17 Wichita State 69 74 L<br />

Jan. 19 at Mississippi Valley State 67 69 L<br />

Jan. 22 UMKC 70 76 L<br />

Jan. 27 at Tennessee-Martin 75 82 L<br />

Jan. 29 Baylor 65 84 L<br />

Feb. 1 at Texas-Pan American 48 49 L<br />

Feb. 5 at UMKC 61 89 L<br />

Feb. 7 East Texas Baptist (OT) 63 66 L<br />

Feb. 10 at Oklahoma 48 99 L<br />

Feb. 18 Texas A&M 61 78 L<br />

Feb. 23 at Arkansas 51 85 L<br />

Feb. 26 Oklahoma Baptist 77 69 W<br />

1994-95 Season<br />

Overall Record: 15-12<br />

Head Coach: Rick Napier<br />

Nov. 26 Illinois-Chicago 67 61 W<br />

Nov. 28 at Texas-El Paso 61 81 L<br />

Dec. 2 vs. Northwestern (La.) State 69 94 L<br />

Dec. 3 vs. Texas Christian 90 58 W<br />

Dec. 6 at Wichita State 65 89 L<br />

Dec. 8 at UMKC 70 69 W<br />

Dec. 17 at Texas Southern 79 60 W<br />

Dec. 20 Sam Houston State 62 49 W<br />

Dec. 22 Texas-San Antonio 62 52 W<br />

Jan. 4 Southeast Missouri State 55 74 L<br />

Jan. 7 at Baylor 49 78 L<br />

Jan. 9 Memphis 64 93 L<br />

Jan. 11 Arkansas 63 78 L<br />

Jan. 13 Cal St.-Sacramento 71 50 W<br />

Jan. 14 Cal St.-Northridge 64 56 W<br />

Jan. 16 at Tenn.-Martin 63 82 L<br />

Jan. 19 at New Orleans 76 95 L<br />

Jan. 21 at Southern 75 48 W<br />

Jan. 25 at Eastern Illinois 43 52 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Texas-Pan American 65 57 W<br />

Feb. 9 at Missouri 59 81 L<br />

Feb. 11 Tenn.-Martin 79 68 W<br />

Feb. 13 UMKC 93 77 W<br />

Feb. 16 Texas-El Paso 68 54 W<br />

Feb. 20 at Southeast Missouri St. 45 64 L<br />

Feb. 22 East Texas Baptist (OT) 70 63 W<br />

Mar. 1 Texas Southern 81 47 W<br />

1995-96 Season<br />

Overall Record: 10-17<br />

Head Coach: Rick Napier<br />

Nov. 24 Mississippi Valley State 78 71 W<br />

Nov. 28 Pittsburg State 67 53 W<br />

Dec. 1 vs. Western Illinois 70 52 W<br />

Dec. 2 at Washington State 54 84 L<br />

Dec. 7 at UMKC 54 62 L<br />

Dec. 9 at Illinois-Chicago 70 78 L<br />

Dec. 18 at Sam Houston State 54 96 L<br />

Dec. 20 at Oklahoma 40 63 L<br />

Dec. 21 vs. Oklahoma State 44 84 L<br />

Dec. 30 vs. Delaware State 72 55 W<br />

Dec. 31 vs. Akron 60 77 L<br />

Jan. 2 Iowa State 57 70 L<br />

Jan. 6 Southern Utah 51 66 L<br />

Jan. 8 Evangel 70 74 L<br />

Jan. 10 Southern 76 62 W<br />

Jan. 13 Lyon College 58 53 W<br />

Jan. 15 Washington State 59 83 L<br />

Jan. 20 Cameron 76 60 W<br />

Jan. 24 New Orleans (OT) 81 79 W<br />

Jan. 30 at Southwest Mo. State 46 71 L<br />

Feb. 13 at Mississippi State 53 70 L<br />

Feb. 19 Ark.-Pine Bluff 90 69 W<br />

Feb. 22 at Arkansas 45 68 L<br />

Feb. 24 at Southeast Missouri 71 90 L<br />

Feb. 28 at Texas 56 75 L<br />

Mar. 2 at Mississippi Valley State 64 79 L<br />

Mar. 4 Hampton 86 62 W<br />

1996-97 Season<br />

Overall Record: 10-17<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 22 vs. Oklahoma 50 62 L<br />

Nov. 23 at Oklahoma State 53 70 L<br />

Nov. 25 Oklahoma State 35 59 L<br />

Nov. 29 vs. Mississippi State 57 63 L<br />

Nov. 30 at UMKC 54 84 L<br />

Dec. 3 at Texas-Pan American 77 57 W<br />

Dec. 5 at Texas Tech 51 74 L<br />

Dec. 7 Dayton 74 58 W<br />

Dec. 15 Oklahoma 63 66 L<br />

Dec. 17 Jackson State 71 53 W<br />

Dec. 19 at Miami-Fla. 49 69 L<br />

Dec. 30 vs. Georgetown 65 70 L<br />

Dec. 31 vs. South Alabama 54 60 L<br />

Jan. 2 at Alabama 65 70 L<br />

Jan. 6 at Texas A&M 71 80 L<br />

Jan. 15 Southeast Missouri State 74 50 W<br />

Jan. 17 Alabama 67 101 L<br />

Jan. 23 at Southern 64 48 W<br />

Jan. 28 at Mississippi State 62 77 L<br />

Feb. 3 Texas-Pan American 74 48 W<br />

Feb. 6 at Prairie View A&M 64 47 W<br />

Feb. 8 Wofford 73 53 W<br />

Feb. 10 Phillips 75 66 W<br />

Feb. 18 UMKC 64 53 W<br />

Feb. 20 Prairie View A&M 63 33 W<br />

Feb. 25 Texas Southern 92 54 W<br />

Feb. 28 Alcorn State 77 59 W<br />

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1997-98 Season<br />

Overall Record: 7-20<br />

Mid-Con Record: 7-9<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 15 Belmont 68 71 L<br />

Nov. 22 at Cincinnati 42 70 L<br />

Nov. 23 at Dayton 63 66 L<br />

Nov. 30 at Southern Methodist 48 71 L<br />

Dec. 2 Arkansas 59 82 L<br />

Dec. 4 at Southern Utah* 64 86 L<br />

Dec. 7 at Pepperdine 72 80 L<br />

Dec. 14 Georgia 60 64 L<br />

Dec. 29 Oklahoma State# 50 92 L<br />

Dec. 30 North Texas# 72 81 L<br />

Jan. 3 at Buffalo* 27 68 L<br />

Jan. 8 Youngstown State* 69 77 L<br />

Jan. 10 Valparaiso* (OT) 77 83 L<br />

Jan. 15 at UMKC* 70 77 L<br />

Jan. 17 at Western Illinois* 86 66 W<br />

Jan. 22 Northeastern Illinois* 73 50 W<br />

Jan. 24 Chicago State* 90 46 W<br />

Jan. 27 at Belmont 56 63 L<br />

Feb. 2 Buffalo* 71 55 W<br />

Feb. 5 at Valparaiso* 69 59 W<br />

Feb. 7 at Youngstown State* 50 72 L<br />

Feb. 12 Western Illinois* 67 65 W<br />

Feb. 14 UMKC* 65 73 L<br />

Feb. 19 at Chicago State* 80 56 W<br />

Feb. 21 at Northeastern Illinois* 64 68 L<br />

Feb. 23 Southern Utah* 56 64 L<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Moline, Ill.)<br />

Feb. 28 vs. Buffalo 52 63 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#- Bertha Teague Classic (Stillwater, Okla.)<br />

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1998-99 Season<br />

Overall Record: 17-13<br />

Mid-Con Record: 8-6<br />

Mid-Con Tournament Champions<br />

NCAA First Round<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 11 Oklahoma State 58 66 L<br />

Nov. 19 at Belmont 53 66 L<br />

Nov. 22 at Georgia 64 118 L<br />

Nov. 28 at Arkansas 56 84 L<br />

Nov. 30 Evangel 72 58 W<br />

Dec. 3 at Valparaiso* 51 65 L<br />

Dec. 5 at IUPUI* 59 65 L<br />

Dec. 8 Cameron 75 49 W<br />

Dec. 12 at Wichita State 41 54 L<br />

Dec. 20 at Cal State-Fullerton 82 70 W<br />

Dec. 22 at Cal State-Northridge 55 70 L<br />

Jan. 2 Western Illinois* 63 48 W<br />

Jan. 4 Chicago State* 75 56 W<br />

Jan. 7 at UMKC* 80 71 W<br />

Jan. 14 at Oakland 77 75 W<br />

Jan. 16 at Youngstown State* 58 79 L<br />

Jan. 18 Belmont 66 52 W<br />

Jan. 23 Southern Utah* 82 56 W<br />

Jan. 28 at Chicago State* 86 52 W<br />

Jan. 30 at Western Illinois* 76 62 W<br />

Feb. 4 IUPUI* 70 58 W<br />

Feb. 6 Valparaiso* 65 77 L<br />

Feb. 11 at Southern Utah* 42 60 L<br />

Feb. 13 UMKC* 78 94 L<br />

Feb. 18 Youngstown State* 76 70 W<br />

Feb. 20 Oakland* 79 73 W<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Moline, Ill.)<br />

Feb. 26 vs UMKC 70 58 W<br />

Mar. 1 vs Valparaiso 83 62 W<br />

Mar. 2 vs Youngstown State 57 52 W<br />

NCAA Tournament First Round<br />

(West Lafayette, Ind.)<br />

Mar. 13 at Purdue 48 68 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

The 2005 NCAA Tournament Team<br />

1999-2000 Season<br />

Overall Record: 12-16<br />

Mid-Con Record: 8-8<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 19 Southern Nazarene 71 68 W<br />

Nov. 24 Wichita State 50 60 L<br />

Nov. 28 Oklahoma# 66 83 L<br />

Nov. 29 Oklahoma State# 51 68 L<br />

Dec. 2 Valparaiso* 48 60 L<br />

Dec. 4 IUPUI* 66 61 W<br />

Dec. 9 at Texas-Pan American 60 56 W<br />

Dec. 11 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 58 60 L<br />

Dec. 20 Washburn 74 42 W<br />

Dec. 22 at Tulsa 51 78 L<br />

Dec. 30 at New Mexico State 73 59 W<br />

Jan. 1 at New Mexico 48 65 L<br />

Jan. 6 at Western Illinois* 61 74 L<br />

Jan. 8 at Chicago State* 71 62 W<br />

Jan. 13 UMKC* 69 66 W<br />

Jan. 20 Oakland* 60 46 W<br />

Jan. 22 Youngstown State* 81 84 L<br />

Jan. 24 at Belmont 74 86 L<br />

Jan. 29 at Southern Utah* 58 55 W<br />

Feb. 3 Chicago State* 74 56 W<br />

Feb. 5 Western Illinois* 66 75 W<br />

Feb. 10 IUPUI* 49 51 L<br />

Feb. 12 at Valparaiso* 78 60 W<br />

Feb. 17 at Southern Utah* 52 58 L<br />

Feb. 19 at UMKC* 71 66 W<br />

Feb. 24 at Youngstown State* 40 77 L<br />

Feb. 26 at Oakland* 49 68 L<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Ft. Wayne, Ind.)<br />

March 3 vs Valparaiso 46 60 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Norman, Okla.)<br />

2000-01 Season<br />

Overall Record: 20-11<br />

Mid-Con Record: 11-5<br />

Mid-Con Tournament Champions<br />

NCAA First Round (Norman, Okla.)<br />

H ead Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 17 Oklahoma State# 63 71 L<br />

Nov. 18 Oklahoma# 56 87 L<br />

Nov. 22 Panhandle State 67 45 W<br />

Nov. 25 at Wichita State 69 75 L<br />

Nov. 29 Arkansas Tech 71 62 W<br />

Dec. 2 Youngstown State* 74 71 W<br />

Dec. 4 Southern Utah* 57 54 W<br />

Dec. 7 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 74 61 W<br />

Dec. 17 Florida Atlantic! 81 63 W<br />

Dec. 19 Duke! 51 62 L<br />

Dec. 30 at Baylor 56 80 L<br />

Jan. 2 Tulsa 63 41 W<br />

Jan. 6 Valparaiso* 79 67 W<br />

Jan. 8 Oakland* 65 53 W<br />

Jan. 13 at Western Illinois* 49 67 L<br />

Jan. 15 at Chicago State* 77 81 L<br />

Jan. 22 IUPUI* 70 47 W<br />

Jan. 27 UMKC* 65 34 W<br />

Jan. 29 Belmont 58 53 W<br />

Feb. 3 at IUPUI* 78 65 W<br />

Feb. 5 at Valparaiso* 63 65 L<br />

Feb. 10 at Oakland* 55 54 W<br />

Feb. 12 at Youngstown State* 69 58 W<br />

Feb. 17 Chicago State* 69 45 W<br />

Feb. 19 Western Illinois* 71 40 W<br />

Feb. 24 at Southern Utah* 65 72 L<br />

Feb. 26 at UMKC* 45 52 L<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Ft. Wayne, Ind.)<br />

Mar. 3 vs Youngstown State 71 52 W<br />

Mar. 5 vs Chicago State 54 35 W<br />

Mar. 6 vs Oakland 61 46 W<br />

NCAA Tournament First Round (Norman, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 17 at Oklahoma 64 70 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Mabee Center)<br />

!-Fun in the Sun Shootout (Cancun, Mexico)<br />

2001-02 Season<br />

Oveall Record: 13-16<br />

Mid-Con Record: 6-8<br />

Preseason WNIT (Boulder, Colo.)<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 9 at Colorado^ 49 78 L<br />

Nov. 17 Oklahoma# 38 73 L<br />

Nov. 18 Oklahoma State# 52 83 L<br />

Nov. 20 Langston 60 43 W<br />

Nov. 24 Wichita State 62 58 W<br />

Nov. 27 at Tulsa 63 61 W<br />

Nov. 30 Baylor 46 74 L<br />

Dec. 3 St. Gregory’s 61 47 W<br />

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS<br />

Dec. 8 Southwest Texas 79 67 W<br />

Dec. 17 Furman! 58 60 L<br />

Dec. 18 Tulsa! 58 75 L<br />

Dec. 28 at Texas-Pan American 74 63 W<br />

Dec. 30 at Houston 62 73 L<br />

Jan. 5 at UMKC* (2 OT) 74 69 W<br />

Jan. 12 Oakland* 64 53 W<br />

Jan. 14 IUPUI* 75 67 W<br />

Jan. 19 at Western Illinois* 54 75 L<br />

Jan. 21 at Valpraiso* 50 69 L<br />

Jan. 26 Chicago State* 66 59 W<br />

Jan. 28 Southern Utah* (2 OT) 88 85 W<br />

Feb. 2 UMKC* (OT) 75 72 W<br />

Feb. 9 at IUPUI* 76 94 L<br />

Feb. 11 at Oakland* 57 78 L<br />

Feb. 16 Valparaiso* 57 61 L<br />

Feb. 18 Western Illinois* 60 67 L<br />

Feb. 23 at Southern Utah* 79 86 L<br />

Feb. 25 at Chicago State* 48 62 L<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Ft. Wayne, Ind.)<br />

Mar. 2 vs Western Illinois (OT) 75 72 W<br />

Mar. 4 vs Oakland 71 74 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

^-Preseason WNIT (Boulder, Colo.)<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Stillwater, Okla.)<br />

!-Fun in the Sun Shootout (Cancun, Mexico)<br />

2002-03 Season<br />

Overall Record: 18-10<br />

Mid-Con Record: 7-7<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 22 Oklahoma State# 67 47 W<br />

Nov. 23 Oklahoma# 42 70 L<br />

Nov. 27 Tulsa 74 66 W<br />

Nov. 30 Lipscomb 80 62 W<br />

Dec. 3 at Texas-Arlington 55 62 L<br />

Dec. 13 Panhandle State^ 82 51 W<br />

Dec. 15 Texas-San Antonio! 47 43 W<br />

Dec. 17 Oklahoma State! 72 65 W<br />

Dec. 28 at Arkansas Pine-Bluff 80 49 W<br />

Dec. 30 St. Gregory’s 88 51 W<br />

Jan. 3 at Lipscomb 82 68 W<br />

Jan. 7 Houston 64 62 W<br />

Jan. 11 at Chicago State* 59 65 L<br />

Jan. 13 at Southern Utah* 66 49 W<br />

Jan. 18 Oakland* 88 66 W<br />

Jan. 20 IUPUI* 63 37 W<br />

Jan. 25 at UMKC* 62 73 L<br />

Jan. 28 Texas-Pan American 72 68 W<br />

Feb. 1 at Western Illinois* 33 68 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Valparaiso* 43 66 L<br />

Feb. 8 Southern Utah* 80 53 W<br />

Feb. 10 Chicago State* 69 38 W<br />

Feb. 15 at IUPUI* 55 52 W<br />

Feb. 17 at Oakland* 67 63 W<br />

Feb. 22 UMKC* 71 76 L<br />

Mar. 1 Valparaiso* 65 80 L<br />

Mar. 3 Western Illinois* 67 82 L<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.)<br />

Mar. 8 Valparaiso 56 94 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Tulsa, Okla.-TU)<br />

^-game played at the ORU Aerobics Center<br />

!-Fun in the Sun Shootout (Cancun, Mexico)<br />

2003-04 Season<br />

Overall Record: 17-13<br />

Mid-Con Record: 9-7<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 22 #-Oklahoma 42 90 L<br />

Nov. 25 Texas-Arlington 71 74 L<br />

Nov. 29 Bacone 119 29 W<br />

Dec. 1 at Tulsa 60 67 L<br />

Dec. 6 Kansas-Newman 98 49 W<br />

Dec. 12 Southwest Missouri State 37 90 L<br />

Dec. 14 Texas-Pan American 67 57 W<br />

Dec. 16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 89 63 W<br />

Dec. 20 at San Diego State 63 54 W<br />

Dec. 22 at San Diego 57 77 L<br />

Dec. 29 at Texas State 70 56 W<br />

Jan. 3 at UMKC* 56 60 L<br />

Jan. 5 at Southern Utah* 75 65 W<br />

Jan. 10 Valparaiso* 67 66 W<br />

Jan. 12 Western Illinois* 45 54 L<br />

Jan. 17 at Chicago State* 63 54 W<br />

Jan. 19 Centenary* 68 67 W<br />

Jan. 24 at IUPUI* 62 67 L<br />

Jan. 26 at Oakland* 45 61 L<br />

Feb. 2 UMKC* 52 79 L<br />

Feb. 7 IUPUI* (OT) 89 65 W<br />

Feb. 14 at Western Illinois* 46 71 L<br />

Feb. 16 at Valparaiso* 47 65 L<br />

Feb. 21 Oakland* 70 63 W<br />

Feb. 23 Chicago State* 75 52 W<br />

Feb. 28 Southern Utah* 67 66 W<br />

Mar. 1 at Centenary* 81 50 W<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.)<br />

Mar. 6 vs. Oakland 57 49 W<br />

Mar. 8 vs. Western Illinois (OT) 72 70 W<br />

Mar. 9 vs. Valparaiso 63 64 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Oklahoma City, Okla.)<br />

2004-05 Season<br />

Overall Record: 22-9<br />

Mid-Con Record: 10-6<br />

Mid-Con Tournament Champions<br />

NCAA First Round<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 19 Texas State 93 52 W<br />

Nov. 22 Evangel 62 44 W<br />

Nov. 26 Texas-Pan American 75 65 W<br />

Nov. 30 Tulsa 64 68 L<br />

Dec. 4 Oklahoma State# (OT) 65 61 W<br />

Dec. 9 at Texas Tech 46 79 L<br />

Dec. 13 St. Gregory’s 103 40 W<br />

Dec. 16 at Wichita State 73 57 W<br />

Dec. 19 Memphis! 87 79 W<br />

Dec. 20 UMKC! 59 52 W<br />

Dec. 30 at Lamar 52 50 W<br />

Jan. 3 Oakland* 58 65 L<br />

Jan. 6 at IUPUI* (2OT) 68 64 W<br />

Jan. 8 at Valparaiso* 55 72 L<br />

Jan. 11 Southern Utah* 43 49 L<br />

Jan. 15 Centenary* 59 44 W<br />

Jan. 22 at Chicago State* 62 50 W<br />

Jan. 24 at Oakland* 55 77 L<br />

Jan. 29 UMKC* 62 41 W<br />

Jan. 31 at Centenary* 87 48 W<br />

Feb. 3 IUPUI* 88 52 W<br />

Feb. 7 Western Illinois* 53 48 W<br />

Feb. 12 Chicago State* 58 54 W<br />

Feb. 19 at Western Illinois* 52 67 L<br />

Feb. 21 at UMKC* 72 68 W<br />

Feb. 26 Valparaiso* 58 69 L<br />

Feb. 28 at Southern Utah* 73 71 W<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 6 Chciago State 46 44 W<br />

Mar. 7 Western Illinois 43 37 W<br />

Mar. 8 UMKC 48 42 W<br />

NCAA Tournament First Round (Dallas, Texas)<br />

Mar. 19 Texas 47 64 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Mabee Center)<br />

!-Fun in the Sun Shootout (Cancun, Mexico)<br />

2005-06 Season<br />

Overall Record: 16-12<br />

Mid-Con Record: 10-6<br />

Preseason WNIT (Albequerque, N.M.)<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 11 at New Mexico 52 69 L<br />

Nov. 21 Jackson State 96 70 W<br />

Nov. 23 Southwestern Okla. State 72 61 W<br />

Nov. 26 Lamar 111 84 W<br />

Dec. 3 vs. Oklahoma# 76 107 L<br />

Dec. 5 Wichita State 81 49 W<br />

Dec. 10 at Tulsa 73 88 L<br />

Dec. 15 at Texas Tech 58 99 L<br />

Dec. 19 vs. Mt. St. Mary’s! 94 78 W<br />

Dec. 20 vs. Missouri State! 85 90 L<br />

Dec. 30 Bethany 86 74 W<br />

Jan. 2 at Chicago State* 65 59 W<br />

Jan. 4 at Southern Utah 92 71 W<br />

Jan. 7 Western Illinois* 56 68 L<br />

Jan. 9 at Valparaiso* 54 81 L<br />

Jan. 16 IUPUI* 58 61 L<br />

Jan. 23 UMKC* 62 73 L<br />

Jan. 28 at Western Illinois* 47 37 W<br />

Jan. 30 at Centenary* 72 50 W<br />

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Feb. 4 Chciago State* 53 49 W<br />

Feb. 6 Southern Utah* 71 56 W<br />

Feb. 11 at IUPUI* 46 50 L<br />

Feb. 13 Oakland* 70 72 L<br />

Feb. 18 at UMKC* 60 50 W<br />

Feb. 20 at Oakland * 55 54 W<br />

Feb. 25 Centenary* 70 43 W<br />

Feb. 27 Valparaiso* 53 31 W<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 5 Oakland 37 50 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

#-Bertha Teague Classic (Stillwater, Okla.)<br />

!-Fun in the Sun Shootout (Cancun, Mexico)<br />

2006-07 Season<br />

Overall Record: 22-11<br />

Mid-Con Record: 8-6<br />

Mid-Con Tournament Champions<br />

NCAA First Round (Minneapolis, Minn.)<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 11 North Dakota State 82 67 W<br />

Nov. 18 at Central Arkansas 93 59 W<br />

Nov. 20 Tulsa 74 61 W<br />

Nov. 22 Southern 88 46 W<br />

Nov. 25 at Texas 40 79 L<br />

Nov. 29 Arkansas Pine-Bluff 74 54 W<br />

Dec. 2 vs. Oklahoma State 53 78 L<br />

Dec. 6 at Wichita State 71 55 W<br />

Dec. 14 at Texas Tech 67 79 L<br />

Dec. 16 St. Gregory’s 111 42 W<br />

Dec. 21 at Creighton 64 72 L<br />

Dec. 29 Evangel 87 46 W<br />

Dec. 30 Central Arkansas 88 55 W<br />

Jan. 6 Valparaiso* 54 57 L<br />

Jan. 8 Western Illinois* 41 44 L<br />

Jan. 13 at UMKC* 66 45 W<br />

Jan. 15 at Southern Utah* 45 58 L<br />

Jan. 19 Texas-Pan American 68 47 W<br />

Jan. 22 at Centenary* 86 61 W<br />

Jan. 27 IUPUI* 71 56 W<br />

Jan. 29 Oakland* (OT) 64 58 L<br />

Feb. 3 at Western Illinois* 55 52 W<br />

Feb. 5 at Valparaiso* 56 66 L<br />

Feb. 10 Southern Utah* 60 52 W<br />

Feb. 12 UMKC* 62 53 W<br />

Feb. 17 Chicago State 76 55 W<br />

Feb. 19 Centenary* 87 58 W<br />

Feb. 24 at Oakland* 60 57 W<br />

Feb. 26 at IUPUI* 56 60 L<br />

Mid-Con Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 4 vs. UMKC 52 44 W<br />

Mar. 5 vs. Valparaiso 69 63 W<br />

Mar. 6 vs. Oakland 72 55 W<br />

NCAA Tournament First Round (Minneapolis, Minn.)<br />

Mar. 17 vs. Purdue 42 63 L<br />

*-Mid-Continent Conference Game<br />

2007-08 Season<br />

Overall Record: 19-14<br />

Summit League Record: 10-8<br />

Summit League Tournament Champions<br />

NCAA First Round (West Lafayette, Ind.)<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Nov. 10 Cameron 70 50 W<br />

Nov. 12 at Tulsa 48 33 W<br />

Nov. 17 Northern Colorado 83 56 W<br />

No. 24 at Central Arkansas 73 54 W<br />

Dec. 1 at Texas Southern 48 52 L<br />

Dec. 3 at Boise State 64 73 L<br />

Dec. 8 South Dakota State* 67 57 W<br />

Dec. 10 North Dakota State* 73 68 W (OT)<br />

Dec. 15 Missouri State 96 79 W<br />

Dec. 18 at Texas Tech 61 91 L<br />

Dec. 21 Creighton 57 60 L<br />

Dec. 28 at Oklahoma State 65 83 L<br />

Jan. 1 at UTPA 60 40 W<br />

Jan. 5 at Centenary* 77 57 W<br />

Jan. 12 at Oakland* 57 71 L<br />

Jan. 14 at IPFW 81 62 W<br />

Jan. 19 Western Illinois* 46 60 L<br />

Jan. 21 IUPUI* 49 68 L<br />

Jan. 26 at Southern Utah* 49 52 L<br />

Jan. 28 at UMKC* 67 63 W<br />

Feb. 2 Centenary* 79 35 W<br />

Feb. 9 IPFW* 88 71 W<br />

Feb. 11 Oakland* 73 66 W<br />

Feb. 16 at IUPUI* 66 69 L<br />

Feb. 18 at Western Illinois* 51 54 L<br />

Feb. 23 UMKC* 65 56 W<br />

Feb. 25 Southern Utah* 71 42 W<br />

Mar. 1 at North Dakota State* 72 75 L(2OT)<br />

Mar. 3 at South Dakota State* 67 88 L<br />

Summt League Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.)<br />

Mar. 9 vs. IPFW 82 67 W<br />

Mar. 10 vs. Oakland 71 61 W<br />

Mar. 11 vs. IUPUI 66 53 W<br />

NCAA Tournament First Round (Minneapolis,<br />

Minn.)<br />

Mar. 23 vs. No. 1 Tennessee 55 94 L<br />

*-The Summit League Conference Game<br />

2008-09 Season<br />

Overall Record: 13-17<br />

Summit League Record: 6-12<br />

Head Coach: Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Mar. 1 at North Dakota State* 72 75 L(2OT)<br />

Nov. 15 at Marquette L, 67-89<br />

Nov. 18 Wichita State W, 89-76<br />

Nov. 22 Tulsa W, 65-50<br />

Nov. 24 Central Arkansas W, 75-42<br />

Nov. 26 at Missouri State W, 56-51<br />

Nov. 29 Houston Baptist W, 101-59<br />

Dec. 2 at Nebraska L, 51-70<br />

Dec. 6 at South Dakota State* L, 62-76<br />

Dec. 8 at North Dakota State* L, 57-76<br />

Dec. 16 at Oklahoma State L, 4-58<br />

Dec. 19 vs. USC-Upstate W, 82-60<br />

Dec. 20 vs. Texas-San Antonio L, 62-74<br />

Dec. 29 Sam Houston State W, 83-41<br />

Jan. 3 Centenary* W, 95-42<br />

Jan. 10 Oakland* L, 48-62<br />

Jan. 12 IPFW* W, 78-71<br />

Jan. 17 at Western Illinois* L, 71-81<br />

Jan. 19 at IUPUI* L, 51-59<br />

Jan. 24 Southern Utah* W, 64-59<br />

Jan. 26 UMKC* W, 68-59<br />

Jan. 31 at Centenary* L, 56-67<br />

Feb. 7 at IPFW* L, 64-67<br />

Feb. 9 at Oakland* LOT, 75-79<br />

Feb. 14 IUPUI* L, 57-62<br />

Feb. 16 Western Illinois* L, 58-63<br />

Feb. 21 at UMKC* W, 58-55<br />

Feb. 23 at Southern Utah* Wot, 76-74<br />

Feb. 28 North Dakota State* L, 55-64<br />

March 2 South Dakota State* L, 64-71<br />

March 7 vs. South Dakota State L, 49-77<br />

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POSTSEASON RESULTS<br />

NCAA Tournament (0-5)<br />

1999 NCAA Tournament (0-1)<br />

March 13 - First Round, West Lafayette, Ind. - Midwest Regional<br />

No. 16 seed <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> vs. No. 1 seed Purdue, Purdue wins 68-48<br />

2001 NCAA Tournament (0-1)<br />

March 17 - First Round, Norman, Okla. - West Regional<br />

No. 15 seed ORU vs. No. 2 seed Oklahoma, Oklahoma wins 70-64<br />

2005 NCAA Tournament (0-1)<br />

March 19 - First Round, Dallas, Texas - Chattanooga Regional<br />

No. 14 seed ORU vs. No. 3 seed Texas, Texas wins 64-47<br />

2007 NCAA Tournament (0-1)<br />

March 17 - First Round, Minneapolis, Minn. - Dallas Regional<br />

No. 15 seed ORU vs. No. 2 seed Purdue, Purdue wins 63-42<br />

2008 NCAA Tournament (0-1)<br />

March 23 - First Round, Minneapolis, Minn. - Oklahoma City, Regional<br />

No. 16 seed ORU vs. No. 1 seed Tennessee, Tennessee wins 94-55<br />

1998-99 ORU Golden Eagles - NCAA First Round<br />

Front Row (left to right): Mgr. Royce Macklin, Asst. Coach Roxanne Long , Asst.<br />

Coach Eric Ely, Head Coach Jerry Finkbeiner, Asst. Coach Misti Cussen, Mgr. Jessica<br />

McGee. Back Row (left to right): Claire Morrison, Laketa Collier, Jennifer Mills,<br />

Heather Davis, Staci Replogle, Stacy Anderson, Jessica Rhoten, Barbara Jandova,<br />

Rauna Barrett, Shannon Mims, Samantha Walton, Sheneka Miller, Iyana Butler,<br />

Jaime Mills, Krista Ragan, Kristin Brady.<br />

2000-01 ORU Golden Eagles - NCAA First Round<br />

Front Row (left to right): Imen Ben Othman, Dana Whitaker, Lori Williston, Kristin<br />

Brady, Lauryn Morita, Krista Ragan, Christina Kelley, Chelsea Grant,. Back Row (left<br />

to right): Staci Replogle, Shannon Mims, Sonia N’Dri, Head Coach Jerry Finkbeiner,<br />

Layla Schwartz, Jennette Bolovinos, Shayne McKenzie.<br />

2004-05 ORU Golden Eagles -NCAA First Round<br />

Front Row (left to right): Katie Langford, Julia West, Tiffany Johnson, Asst. Coach Rick<br />

Karr, Head Coach Jerry Finkbeiner, Asst. Coach Misti Cussen, Asst. Coach Dave Wilburs,<br />

Lead Cannon, Ebony Haliburton, Jeri Gilmore. Back Row (left to right): Mgr. Ben<br />

Finkbeiner, Maureen Obudho, Claudia Louis, Elisha Turek, Alycia Seay, Jamie Fithian,<br />

Claudia Pereira, Sarah Davidson, Katie Fichtner, Jessica Boan, Mgr. Mercy Obudho.<br />

2006-07 ORU Golden Eagles - NCAA First Round<br />

Front Row (left to right): Katie Langford, Sarah Davidson, Alycia Seay, Elisha Turek,<br />

Jamie Fithian, Ebony Haliburton. Back Row (left to right): Charity Czerwinski,<br />

Rachel Watman, Mariana Camargo, Janae Voelker, Jenny Hardin, Carol Volpato, Elisa<br />

Martins, Chelsie Shockley, Kelly Kindell.<br />

2007-08 ORU Golden Eagles - NCAA First Round<br />

Front Row (left to right): Asst. Coach Nina Stone, Head Coach Jerry Finkbeiner,<br />

Asst. Coach Misti Cussen, Asst. Coach Eric Ely. Back Row (left to right): Kelly Kindell,<br />

Lameka Oakes, Janae Voelker, Mariana Camargo, Amanda Predovic, Carol Volpato,<br />

Monah Pegorari, Jenny Hardin, Leanne Robison, Whitney Wehmeyer, Corrie Hester,<br />

Rachel Watman, Demesha Heard.<br />

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ORU


<strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong><br />

Founder & Chancellor<br />

<strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong>, founder and chancellor of<br />

ORU, is recognized as one of the outstanding<br />

personalities of his generation.<br />

Educator, evangelist, businessman,<br />

author, and television personality are<br />

among the many titles for which <strong>Oral</strong><br />

<strong>Roberts</strong> has gained world acclaim.<br />

President of <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

from 1963-1993, he was appointed as<br />

ORU’s first chancellor on Jan. 27, 1993,<br />

when his son Richard was commissioned<br />

and succeeded him as only the second<br />

president in ORU’s history.<br />

<strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> received his formal<br />

education at Oklahoma Baptist and Phillips<br />

universities. In 1947, he resigned his<br />

pastorate to enter an evangelistic ministry<br />

to pray for the healing of the whole man.<br />

Since then, he has conducted more<br />

than 300 evangelistic and healing crusades<br />

on five continents and has appeared as a<br />

guest speaker for hundreds of national and<br />

international meetings and conventions.<br />

He has also written more than 50<br />

books, including Expect A Miracle and<br />

Miracles of Seed Faith, the latter with<br />

nearly eight million copies in circulation.<br />

His latest book, Still Doing the Impossible,<br />

was published in 2002.<br />

<strong>Roberts</strong> has published several written<br />

commentaries on the Bible as well as a<br />

complete commentary on cassette tape<br />

entitled <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> Reading the New<br />

Testament with His Life’s Teachings.<br />

The university which bears his name<br />

was chartered in 1963 and held its first<br />

classes in 1965. He founded <strong>University</strong><br />

Village, a retirement complex for more<br />

than 450 residents.<br />

<strong>Roberts</strong> is also the founder of the <strong>Oral</strong><br />

<strong>Roberts</strong> Evangelistic Association, which<br />

serves as the center of the entire ministry<br />

and sponsors the daily television show,<br />

Something Good Tonight: The Hour of<br />

Healing, hosted by Richard and Lindsay<br />

<strong>Roberts</strong>.<br />

He has received numerous honors<br />

during his life in the ministry. Proud of his<br />

Indian heritage, <strong>Roberts</strong> was honored in<br />

1963 as Indian of the Year by the American<br />

Broadcasters Association. In 1973, he was<br />

elected to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. In<br />

1974, he was named Oklahoman of the<br />

Year.<br />

<strong>Roberts</strong> also received an honorary<br />

doctor of law degree from Centenary<br />

College in 1975 and an honorary doctor<br />

of divinity degree from the International<br />

Church of the Foursquare Gospel in<br />

1988.<br />

Born Jan. 24, 1918, <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> is the<br />

fifth and youngest child of the Reverend<br />

and Mrs. Ellis M. <strong>Roberts</strong>.<br />

He was wed to his wife, Evelyn, on<br />

Dec. 25, 1938. Evelyn passed away May 4,<br />

2005 at the age of 88.<br />

They are the parents of four children:<br />

the late Rebecca Nash, the late Ronald<br />

<strong>Roberts</strong>, Richard <strong>Roberts</strong> and Roberta<br />

Potts.<br />

ORU Administration Officers<br />

VP for Enrollment Management.............. Dr. Nancy Brainard<br />

VP for Univ. Relations & Dev..................... Mr. David Wagner<br />

VP for Auxiliary Services.............................. Mr. Tim Philley<br />

Athletic Director................................................ Mr. Mike Carter<br />

VP for Finance .................................................... Ms. Michelle Finley<br />

Provost..................................................................... Dr. Ralph Fagin<br />

VP for Academic Affairs............................... Dr. Debra Sowell<br />

Institutional Research..................................... Dr. Cal Easterling, Director<br />

Learning Resources........................................... Dr. Bill Jernigan, Dean<br />

School of Arts & Cultural Studies........... Dr. Wendy Shirk, Dean<br />

School of Business............................................. Dr. Steve Greene, Dean<br />

School of Education......................................... Dr. David Hand, Dean<br />

ORU Online Campus....................................... Dr. Martin Crossland, Dean<br />

School of Nursing.............................................. Dr. Kenda Jezek, Dean<br />

School of Science & Engineering............... Dr. Dominic Halsmer, Dean<br />

School of Theology & Missions.................. Dr. Thomson Mathew, Dean<br />

Student Development..................................... Dr. Dan Guajardo, Dean<br />

Spiritual Formation......................................... Dr. Clarence Boyd, Dean


Dr. Mark Rutland<br />

President<br />

Dr. Mark Rutland brings significant academic and leadership<br />

experiences to his new role as president of <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong><br />

<strong>University</strong>.<br />

Originally from Texas, Dr. Rutland completed a bachelor of<br />

science at the <strong>University</strong> of Maryland in 1970. Then, answering<br />

God’s call to the ministry, he earned a master of divinity degree<br />

from Candler School of Theology at Emory <strong>University</strong> in Georgia<br />

in 1972, and became a United Methodist pastor. He went on<br />

to earn a Ph.D. in church growth from the California Graduate<br />

School of Theology in 1988. He served alongside Dr. Paul Walker<br />

at Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta, Georgia. For five<br />

years he served as Senior Pastor of Calvary Assembly of God<br />

in Florida. During his tenure Calvary gained national notoriety<br />

as a model of turnaround leadership. In the late 1970s, Rutland<br />

began preaching revival meetings in churches across the nation<br />

and was soon ministering around the world. He founded Global<br />

Servants, which has a church-planting ministry in West Africa<br />

and a large girls’ home in Thailand.<br />

In 1998, he launched out into a second turnaround adventure:<br />

the presidency of Southeastern College in Lakeland, Florida.<br />

During his decade of leadership that college became a university,<br />

tripled enrollment from less than 1,000 to more than 3,000<br />

students, and saw the Lakeland campus expanded with $50<br />

million in new construction. While there Rutland also established<br />

the Jerusalem Studies Center in Israel.<br />

Along with his academic and ministry pursuits, Dr. Rutland has<br />

authored 13 books and hosted a 30-minute daily radio program<br />

called The Herald of Joy. He and his wife, Alison, have partnered<br />

in marriage and ministry for 42 years. They have three married<br />

children and five grandchildren. He is currently ordained with<br />

the International Ministerial Fellowship.


Mike Carter<br />

To say Mike Carter had his work cut out for him when he<br />

accepted the director of athletics position at <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong><br />

<strong>University</strong> on Nov. 7, 1994, is quite an understatement.<br />

It was hard enough to leave a successful business and<br />

sports law practice to embark on a career change, but<br />

combined with the fact that ORU was just beginning its<br />

second year back to active NCAA Division I status with<br />

only three full-time support personnel and no conference<br />

affiliation, made his endeavor even more challenging.<br />

However, nearly 15 years later, it’s clear that Carter’s<br />

vision and guidance—along with a strong commitment<br />

to athletics by the <strong>University</strong>—has led the department<br />

to dramatic enhancements and unprecedented success.<br />

Under Carter’s leadership, the department is now<br />

properly staffed with support personnel. During<br />

his tenure he has developed positions in athletic<br />

development, business administration, compliance,<br />

academic services, sports medicine, strength training,<br />

marketing and media relations. All of these support<br />

services have proven to be necessary for ORU to compete<br />

successfully in today’s world of Division I athletics.<br />

Across the board, each athletic program has thrived with<br />

Carter at the helm. That success can be traced directly to<br />

the fact that Carter has chosen outstanding coaches and<br />

administrators to lead the Golden Eagle athletic programs.<br />

Another key component in ORU’s recent athletic<br />

success was the acceptance into the Summit League<br />

(formerly the Mid-Continent Conference) on July<br />

1, 1997. The formal announcement was made on<br />

<strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

Athletic Director<br />

Sept. 17, 1996, and came after years of hard work<br />

and dedication by Carter and <strong>University</strong> leaders.<br />

Since joining the Summit League, the Golden Eagles have<br />

become a perennial favorite for the league’s Commissioner’s<br />

Cup, awarded to the league’s best overall athletic<br />

department. ORU has captured eight Commissioner’s<br />

Cups in 12 years. Over the past 12 years the Golden Eagles<br />

have totaled 68 NCAA Tournament appearances and<br />

one NIT appearance, 57 All-America selections, and two<br />

Olympians. In 2008, track & field athlete Andretti Bain<br />

became ORU’s first national champion in any sport when<br />

he captured NCAA titles in both the indoor and outdoor<br />

400 meters. Bain went on to win a silver medal at the Beijing<br />

Olympics as part of the Bahamian 4x400 meter relay team.<br />

ORU’s athletic success hasn’t just been limited to wins<br />

on the field though. The Golden Eagles have been<br />

extremely successful in the classroom as well, earning an<br />

overall GPA of 3.0 or better in 11 out of the last 12 years.<br />

Part of the reason for those honors was Carter’s creation<br />

of the Eli Academic Learning Center, one of the many<br />

facility upgrades he has directed. Others include the<br />

construction and/or improvement of the volleyball,<br />

baseball, basketball and soccer facilities. New locker<br />

rooms, playing surfaces, sound systems, signage, and<br />

additional seating have assured ORU that its athletic<br />

facilities can rival most NCAA Division I universities.<br />

Yet, Carter isn’t resting on his laurels. New men’s and<br />

women’s basketball locker rooms, women’s basketball<br />

offices and a sports medicine facility in the Mabee Center<br />

have been constructed. ORU opened the Golden Eagle<br />

Sports Complex in 2006, a multi-purpose facility located<br />

at J.L. Johnson Stadium which features a 2,500-square foot<br />

strength and conditioning center; the Grand Slam Room; and<br />

new offices for the baseball coaching staff. A 35,000-square<br />

foot indoor practice facility will open as part of the Golden<br />

Eagle Sports Complex in the summer of 2009. The Mabee<br />

Center basketball arena received a new state-of-the-art video<br />

scoreboard in the fall of 2008. Additional renovations for<br />

soccer, tennis basketball and baseball are under consideration.<br />

A l l o f t h e s e e n h a n c e m e n t s h a v e b e e n m a d e<br />

in an effort to maintain ORU’s athletic success, and<br />

a dvance to the n ext l e v el in the n ear f uture .<br />

Carter and his wife, Paula have two grown children, Lizz and<br />

Cason, and one grandchild. They are also the parents of late<br />

son, Scott, who died in December 1993 of childhood cancer.<br />

The Carter File<br />

Personal<br />

Pawhuska, Okla.<br />

Wife: Paula<br />

Children: Lizz, a 1998 graduate of USC who is<br />

an actress in Los Angeles; Cason, a 2000 graduate<br />

of Duke, and 2003 graduate of Georgetown Law<br />

School, who is currently an attorney and a Tulsa<br />

city councilman; and the late Scott, who died in<br />

December, 1993.<br />

B.S., Business Administration<br />

Juris Doctorate<br />

* Named Athletic Director on<br />

November 7, 1994<br />

* Driving force behind ORU’s acceptance<br />

into The Summit League on July 1, 1997<br />

* Created ORU’s <strong>Athletics</strong> Infastructure<br />

* Has guided ORU to eight Summit League<br />

Commissioner’s Cup titles and numerous<br />

all-sports awards<br />

* Has made numerous improvements to<br />

all ORU Athletic facilities<br />

* ORU Athletic Department GPA has been<br />

over 3.0 11 of the last 12 years<br />

* Chairman of the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf<br />

Committee (2002, 2003)<br />

* Member of The Summit League Council; Past<br />

Chairman of the The Summit League Men’s<br />

Basketball Committee and Championships<br />

Committee<br />

* Board of Advisors–Coaches vs. Cancer<br />

* Board of Trustees–National Childhood Cancer<br />

Foundation<br />

* Member of the Tulsa Sports Commission<br />

Executive Committee<br />

* Has practiced law for more than 25 years<br />

* Counsels both collegiate and professional<br />

athletes regarding professional agents and basic<br />

financial management<br />

* Former adjunct professor at the <strong>University</strong> of<br />

Tulsa College of Law<br />

* Previously taught sports classes at Oklahoma<br />

State <strong>University</strong> and the <strong>University</strong> of Tulsa<br />

1994: Family of the Year Family and Children’s<br />

Services<br />

The Carter Family:<br />

Lizz, Mike, Paula and Cason<br />

1992: Family of the Year<br />

Family and Children’s Services


O f f i c e r s<br />

Mart Green<br />

Chair<br />

Billy Wilson<br />

Vice Chair<br />

Glenda Payas, D.M.D.<br />

Secretary<br />

Jay A. Betz<br />

Treasurer<br />

M e m b e r s<br />

Dr. Don H. Argue Mary E. Banks Frederick A. Boswell, Jr. Stanley M. Burgess Scott Cordray<br />

Hal Donaldson Richard Fenimore Michael Hammer Rev. Robert Hoskins Scott Howard<br />

Lynette Lewis Ron Luce Charles W. McKinney <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> Russell P. Spittler


THE SUMMIT LEAGUE<br />

South Dakota State became the rst Summit League soccer team to record a<br />

victory in the NCAA Women’s College Cup with its rst round win over 13thranked<br />

and fourth-seeded Colorado in 2008.<br />

Now in its 28th year as an NCAA Division I athletics conference,<br />

The Summit League continues its renaissance and ascent both on<br />

the playing eld and in the classroom. The 2008-09 academic<br />

year saw the league reach numerous milestones among its 10<br />

member institutions and 19 championship sports.<br />

The Summit League made history during its 2009 Basketball<br />

Championships with record crowds and sponsorship totals in its<br />

rst season in Sioux Falls, S.D. New attendance standards were<br />

established for the entire tournament, the women’s tournament<br />

and several individual sessions. On the court, the North Dakota<br />

State men and South Dakota State women both achieved the rare<br />

feat of earning an automatic NCAA bid in their rst season of<br />

eligibility.<br />

Netting the NCAA’s largest men’s basketball attendance<br />

increase during the 2008-09 season further illustrated the growth<br />

and excitement surrounding Summit League basketball. The league<br />

ranked 16th nationally, up six spots over the previous year, and<br />

increased its crowds at a rate of 30 percent per game.<br />

While basketball played a major part of the league’s success,<br />

signicant Summit League achievements spanned beyond the<br />

hardwood.<br />

An unprecedented total of three Summit League teams ended<br />

their 2008-09 seasons with a national ranking. North Dakota<br />

State’s softball team ended the year ranked No. 18 in the ESPN.<br />

com/USA Softball poll after capturing the league’s rst NCAA<br />

Regional title in a decade and becoming the rst Summit League<br />

team to reach the Super Regional round. South Dakota State’s<br />

women’s basketball team earned a No. 19 ranking in the nal<br />

USA Today/ESPN Coaches’ poll after peaking at No. 14 during the<br />

season and posting a rst-round victory in the NCAA Tournament.<br />

The Oakland men’s soccer team nished at No. 30 in the College<br />

Soccer News poll after reaching the No. 24 position earlier in the<br />

season and becoming The Summit League’s rst top-25 soccer<br />

squad.<br />

The NDSU softball and SDSU women’s basketball teams were<br />

just part of The Summit League’s postseason success that saw<br />

a combined seven NCAA Tournament wins. SDSU notched the<br />

league’s rst NCAA women’s soccer tournament victory with a<br />

rst-round win. <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> claimed a pair of baseball victories in<br />

the Tempe Regional to nish as runner-up. The Summit League sent<br />

two teams to the NCAA Men’s Soccer Tournament for the rst time<br />

since 2003, and the third time in history. Additionally, Oakland’s<br />

men’s basketball team hosted and won its rst round game in the<br />

inaugural CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament.<br />

Individually, North Dakota State’s Laura Hermanson recorded<br />

the league’s best women’s track and eld nish with a runnerup<br />

performance in the 800 meters at the NCAA Outdoor<br />

Championships. Also in June, Western Illinois’ golfer Kyle Peterman<br />

won a qualifying playoff to earn an amateur spot in the 2009 U.S.<br />

Open. During the basketball season, Oakland’s Johnathon Jones<br />

was the NCAA assists leader and became the fourth player in<br />

league history, and rst in 10 years, to lead the nation in a major<br />

statistical category.<br />

In the classroom, a Summit League record 13 studentathletes<br />

were recognized as Academic All-Americans, including<br />

North Dakota State basketball player Brett Winkelman, who was<br />

selected as the <strong>University</strong> Division Academic All-American of the<br />

Year. Oakland basketball player Jessica Pike also garnered a top<br />

academic honor for her sport and was named the Division I-AAA<br />

<strong>Athletics</strong> Directors Association Scholar-Athlete of the Year.<br />

Six Summit League teams were bestowed with the NCAA<br />

Public Recognition Award, an honor given to teams that have a<br />

Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) in the top 10 percent<br />

of all squads in their respective sports. Receiving the accolade<br />

was IPFW’s men’s cross country and volleyball teams, UMKC’s<br />

volleyball and women’s tennis teams, Oakland’s women’s golf<br />

team and South Dakota State’s men’s golf team.<br />

The achievements during the 2008-09 academic year carried<br />

over from the summer when a pair of former Summit League<br />

student-athletes gained individual acclaim on the world stage.<br />

Former <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> student-athlete Andretti Bain won a silver<br />

medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the Bahamas’<br />

4x400-meter relay team after having claimed both the NCAA<br />

Indoor and Outdoor 400-meter titles earlier in the year. Former<br />

IUPUI standout George Hill became The Summit League’s second<br />

NBA rst round draft pick when he was selected 26th by the San<br />

Antonio Spurs after garnering Summit League Player of the Year<br />

honors.<br />

Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent<br />

Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The<br />

Summit League is in its third year of a rebranding that followed its<br />

25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic<br />

plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic<br />

and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. Included<br />

in the plan was the league’s new name, the creation of a new<br />

image and the addition of three member institutions.<br />

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE<br />

340 W. Buttereld Rd., Suite 3D<br />

Elmhurst, IL 60126<br />

Phone: (630) 516-0661<br />

Fax: (630) 516-0673<br />

www.thesummitleague.org<br />

Tom Douple<br />

Commissioner<br />

Commissioner ................................................. Tom Douple<br />

Associate Commissioner ................................. Myndee Kay Larsen<br />

Assistant Commissioner .................................. Greg Walter<br />

Director of Communications ............................ David Brauer<br />

Director of Marketing ..................................... Vanessa Quimpo<br />

Associate Director of Communications ............ Greg Mette<br />

Of ce Manager ............................................... Brenda Hilton<br />

Communications Assistant .............................. Shannon Sieg<br />

Administrative Intern ...................................... Andrea Travelstead


One of the Summit League’s most iconic moments came when Valparaiso’s<br />

Bryce Drew hit “the shot”, a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, to top<br />

Mississippi in the rst round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Valpo’s story<br />

captivated the nation as they became the league’s second team to reach the<br />

“Sweet 16.”<br />

The 10 Summit League member institutions include Centenary<br />

College of Louisiana, IPFW (Indiana <strong>University</strong>-Purdue <strong>University</strong>-<br />

Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana <strong>University</strong>-Purdue <strong>University</strong>-<br />

Indianapolis), UMKC (<strong>University</strong> of Missouri-Kansas City), North<br />

Dakota State <strong>University</strong>, Oakland <strong>University</strong>, <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong><br />

<strong>University</strong>, South Dakota State <strong>University</strong>, Southern Utah<br />

<strong>University</strong> and Western Illinois <strong>University</strong>.<br />

In April 2009, the <strong>University</strong> of South Dakota accepted an<br />

invitation to join the league with full membership during the<br />

2011-12 academic year and will begin as an associate member<br />

for swimming and diving in 2009-10. The league has one other<br />

associate member, Eastern Illinois <strong>University</strong>, which competes in<br />

swimming and diving.<br />

These member institutions pride themselves on providing<br />

quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their studentathletes.<br />

The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports, which<br />

include: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and<br />

women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and<br />

women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and<br />

diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and eld, men’s and<br />

women’s outdoor track and eld, men’s and women’s tennis, and<br />

volleyball. The league champion receives automatic bids to the<br />

NCAA Tournament in all applicable sports.<br />

SUMMIT LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP AT A GLANCE<br />

Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had<br />

several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986,<br />

Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the rst round of<br />

the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in<br />

the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s<br />

attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed<br />

Mississippi in an NCAA rst-round game and spark its Sweet<br />

16 run. More recently, <strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong>’ baseball program nished<br />

the 2004 campaign with a national-ranking and became the rst<br />

Summit League school to reach the NCAA Super Regionals in<br />

2006.<br />

The league has produced four Olympic athletes, four NCAA<br />

champions and several All-Americans in the sports of track and eld,<br />

swimming and diving and cross country. Numerous professionals<br />

and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit<br />

League, including three Major League Baseball rst round picks,<br />

a pair of NBA rst rounders and one WNBA selection. Former<br />

Summit Leaguers Kevin Duckworth (NBA) and Kevin Seitzer (MLB)<br />

each were two-time all-stars during their professional careers.<br />

Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth<br />

among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising<br />

future on the landscape of college athletics.<br />

NOTABLE FORMER STUDENT-ATHLETES<br />

Andretti Bain<br />

Kevin Duckworth<br />

<strong>Oral</strong> <strong>Roberts</strong> Track & Field Eastern Illinois Basketball<br />

2008 NCAA 400m Champion (I/O) Two-time NBA All-Star<br />

Liza Brown<br />

DePaul Softball<br />

1999 1st Team All-American<br />

Anita Rapp<br />

Oakland Soccer<br />

2000 Olympic Gold Medalist<br />

Kevin Seitzer<br />

Eastern Illinois Baseball<br />

Two-time MLB All-Star<br />

Zane Teilane<br />

Western Illinois Basketball<br />

WNBA Draft Pick/2008 Olympian<br />

CENTENARY<br />

IPFW<br />

IUPUI<br />

UMKC<br />

NORTH DAKOTA STATE<br />

Nicknames: Gents/Ladies<br />

Nickname: Mastodons<br />

Nickname: Jaguars<br />

Nickname: Kangaroos<br />

Nickname: Bison<br />

Location: Shreveport, La. Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Location: Kansas City, Mo. Location: Fargo, N.D.<br />

Enrollment: 745<br />

Enrollment: 12,338<br />

Enrollment: 30,300<br />

Enrollment: 14,221<br />

Enrollment: 13,229<br />

Founded: 1825<br />

Founded: 1964<br />

Founded: 1969<br />

Founded: 1933<br />

Founded: 1890<br />

OAKLAND<br />

ORAL ROBERTS<br />

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE<br />

SOUTHERN UTAH<br />

WESTERN ILLINOIS<br />

Nickname: Golden Grizzlies Nickname: Golden Eagles<br />

Nickname: Jackrabbits<br />

Nickname: Thunderbirds<br />

Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks<br />

Location: Rochester, Mich. Location: Tulsa, Okla.<br />

Location: Brookings, S.D. Location: Cedar City, Utah Location: Macomb, Ill.<br />

Enrollment: 18,169<br />

Enrollment: 3,067<br />

Enrollment: 11,995<br />

Enrollment: 7,516<br />

Enrollment: 13,331<br />

Founded: 1957<br />

Founded: 1963<br />

Founded: 1881<br />

Founded: 1897<br />

Founded: 1899<br />

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Eastern Illinois competes as an associate member in swimming and diving. The <strong>University</strong> of South Dakota will compete as an associate member for swimming and diving in<br />

2009-10, will begin league competition in 2011-12 and will be eligible for all regular season and tournament championships in 2012-13.<br />

FORMER MEMBERS: Akron (1990-92); Buffalo (1994-98); C.W. Post (Baseball, 1995-98); Central Connecticut State (1994-98); Chicago State (1994-2006); Cleveland State (1982-94); DePaul (Softball,<br />

1993-99); Howard (M-Soccer, 1996-98); Illinois-Chicago (1982-94); Missouri State (1982-90); New York Tech (Baseball, 1995-98); Northeastern Illinois (1994-98); Northern Illinois (1990-94); Northern<br />

Iowa (1982-91); Oneonta State (M-Soccer, 1996-97); Pace (Baseball, 1995-98); Quincy (M-Soccer, 1994-95); SIU-Edwardsville (M-Soccer, 1994-95); Troy State (1994-97); Valparaiso (1982-2007);<br />

UW-Green Bay (1982-94); UW-Milwaukee (1993-94); Wright State (1991-94); Youngstown State (1992-2001).


H e a d C o a c h e s<br />

Joe Dial<br />

Track<br />

Jerry Finkbeiner<br />

Women’s Bas ket ball<br />

Steve Hayes<br />

Men’s Soc cer<br />

Chris Milliron<br />

Tennis<br />

Sheera Sirola<br />

Vol ley ball<br />

Scott Sutton<br />

Men’s Bas ket ball<br />

Rob Walton<br />

Baseball<br />

Lance Watson<br />

Golf<br />

S u p p o r t S t a f f<br />

Rhonda<br />

Fowler<br />

Assoc. AD<br />

Business / SWA<br />

Scott Higgins<br />

Assoc. AD<br />

Marketing<br />

Ralph<br />

Manning<br />

Assoc. AD<br />

Compliance<br />

Cris Belvin<br />

Asst. AD<br />

Media Relations<br />

Kyle Jones<br />

Asst. AD<br />

Academics<br />

Vince Volpe<br />

Assoc. AD<br />

External<br />

Operations<br />

Brenda<br />

Bruner<br />

Director of<br />

Business Admin.<br />

Claire Blind<br />

Marketing /<br />

Golden Eagle Club<br />

Richard<br />

McCutchen<br />

Marketing<br />

Director /<br />

Operations<br />

Mike Minyard<br />

Marketing<br />

Director /<br />

Ticket Sales<br />

Terry Unruh<br />

NCAA<br />

Faculty<br />

<strong>Athletics</strong><br />

Representative


Mark<br />

Acres<br />

Basketball<br />

1980-85<br />

RICHARD<br />

FUQUA<br />

Basketball<br />

1969-73<br />

KEITH<br />

LOCKHART<br />

Baseball<br />

1985-86<br />

RHONDA<br />

PENQUITE<br />

Women’s<br />

Basketball<br />

1977-78<br />

Kelvin Torve<br />

Baseball<br />

1979-81<br />

DAVE<br />

BARR<br />

Golf<br />

1970-73<br />

BILL<br />

GLASSON<br />

Golf<br />

1978-82<br />

MADELINE<br />

MANNING-<br />

MIMS<br />

Track<br />

1979-81<br />

krista<br />

ragan<br />

Women’s<br />

Basketball<br />

1998-2002<br />

Ken Trickey<br />

Men's Basketball<br />

Head Coach<br />

1969-74<br />

1987-93<br />

GEORGE<br />

BJORKMAN<br />

Baseball<br />

1976-78<br />

MIKE<br />

HAIRSTON<br />

Cross-Country<br />

1978-81<br />

ANGELA<br />

MANUEL<br />

Track & Field<br />

1994-98<br />

JOE<br />

RASSETT<br />

Men’s Golf<br />

1978-81<br />

Sharon<br />

Tucker<br />

Women's<br />

Basketball<br />

1978-1981<br />

KISA<br />

BRADLEY<br />

Women’s<br />

Basketball<br />

1995-97<br />

VIVIAN<br />

HERRON<br />

Women’s<br />

Basketball<br />

1985-89<br />

RON<br />

MEREDITH<br />

Baseball<br />

1976-78<br />

ANTHONY<br />

ROBERTS<br />

Basketball<br />

1973-77<br />

PETER<br />

VAN LINGEN<br />

Tennis<br />

1967-71<br />

Bob<br />

Brooks<br />

Athletic Director<br />

1969-83<br />

1991-93<br />

HAYWOOD<br />

HILL<br />

Basketball<br />

1969-71<br />

KEITH<br />

MILLER<br />

Baseball<br />

1982-84<br />

GARTH<br />

ROBINSON<br />

Track & Field<br />

1993-95<br />

BOB VOLK<br />

Baseball<br />

1976-78<br />

TODD<br />

BURNS<br />

Baseball<br />

1982-84<br />

GARY “CAT"<br />

JOHNSON<br />

Men’s<br />

Basketball<br />

1978-82<br />

MIKE<br />

MOORE<br />

Baseball<br />

1979-81<br />

PEKKA<br />

SAILA<br />

Tennis<br />

1968-70<br />

Haywoode<br />

Workman<br />

Basketball<br />

1986-89<br />

Jeff Combe<br />

Men's Golf<br />

1981-1985<br />

Jim Kane<br />

Men’s Golf<br />

1978-81<br />

JULIANA<br />

MOSER<br />

Volleyball<br />

1996-99<br />

ALVIN<br />

SCOTT<br />

Basketball<br />

1973-77<br />

BOB<br />

ZUPCIC<br />

Baseball<br />

1985-87<br />

GREG<br />

DAVIS<br />

Baseball,<br />

Basketball<br />

1969-73<br />

Jodi Kirkhuff<br />

Women's Soccer<br />

1999-2002<br />

Tom<br />

nieto<br />

Baseball<br />

1981<br />

Sheera<br />

Sirola<br />

Volleyball<br />

1994-95<br />

ARNOLD<br />

DUGGER<br />

Men’s<br />

Basketball<br />

1974-77<br />

KSENJIA<br />

KUGLER<br />

Volleyball<br />

1993-95<br />

Bryan<br />

norton<br />

Men’s Golf<br />

1978-81<br />

BILL<br />

SPRINGMAN<br />

Baseball<br />

1976-78

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