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2011-12 UIC

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MEDIA GUIDE


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Quick Facts and Schedule ................................................................................................................................ Page 2

2011-12 Roster ............................................................................................................................................... Page 3

2010-11 Season in Review .......................................................................................................................... Pages 4-5

Head Coach Regina Miller ........................................................................................................................... Pages 6-7

Coaching Staff ............................................................................................................................................ Pages 8-9

Women’s Basketball Support Staff ................................................................................................................. Page 10

Player Profiles ......................................................................................................................................... Pages 11-20

Records Book ......................................................................................................................................... Pages 21-25

Awards & Accolades ...................................................................................................................................... Page 26

Year-By-Year Results ............................................................................................................................... Pages 27-31

All-Time Letterwinners ................................................................................................................................... Page 32

All-Time Record vs. Opponents ....................................................................................................................... Page 33

Athletic Director Jim Schmidt ......................................................................................................................... Page 34

Horizon League .............................................................................................................................................. Page 35

TV/Photo Roster ............................................................................................................................................ Page 36

Pictured (left-right): Senoirs Shamiea Green, Cree Nix, Kiara Strickland & Jasmine Bailey

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THIS IS UIC

Founded ......................................................... 1896

Location ............................................... Chicago, Ill.

Affiliation .....................................NCAA Division I-A

Conference ..................................... Horizon League

Home Facility ....................................... UIC Pavilion

Nickname .....................................................Flames

Colors ...................... Navy Blue and Fire Engine Red

Enrollment .................................................. 27,309

Chancellor ................................Paula Allen-Meares

Director of Athletics .............................Jim Schmidt

Athletic Department Phone ............ 312.996.4639

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach........................ ............. Regina Miller

Alma Mater/Year......... .......... Old Dominion/1984

Record at UIC/Years.................. ............ N/A;First

Career Record/Years............. ...........235-225/16

Best time to reach coach..... .............. .Contact SID

Assistant Coach............. ..................Frozena Jerro

Alma Mater/Year....... .............Arizona State/1993

Year at UIC.................................... ............... First

Assistant Coach..................... ............. Marc Lowe

Alma Mater/Year..... ............ Missouri Valley/1990

Year at UIC.................................... ............... First

Assistant Coach.......... .............Amanda VanZeben

Alma Mater/Year................... ............ UNLV/2006

Year at UIC.................................... ............... First

TEAM INFORMATION

2010-11 Overall Record ................................ 14-16

2010-11 Horizon League Record ....................... 9-9

2010 Horizon League Finish ..........................T-Fifth

Starters Returning ......................................... Three

Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................... 9/5

Newcomers .................................................... Three

Roster by Class (Fr./So./Jr./Sr.) ............. 2/3/3/4

First Year of Play ............................................ 1971

All-Time Record .........................................422-618

NCAA Appearances .......................................... N/A

NIT Appearances ....................................... 1 (2007)

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Media Contact: ................................. Mike Laninga

Laninga’s e-mail ........................ mlaninga@uic.edu

Laninga’s office phone .....................312.996.5881

Laninga’s cell phone ........................815.370.6055

UIC Pavilion Press Row .................... 312.413.5712

Web site ................................. www.uicflames.com

Facebook ........................ UIC Women’s Basketball

Twitter ....................................... @UICFlamesLIVE

.................................................@UICFlamesdotcom

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

NOVEMBER

8 (TUESDAY) ST. XAVIER (Exhibition) UIC PAVILION 5:00 p.m.

12 (SATURDAY) DRAKE UIC PAVILION (HLN) 3:00 p.m.

15 (TUESDAY) SEMO UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

18 (FRIDAY) ST. LOUIS UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

20 (Sunday) at SIU-E Edwardsville, Ill. 1:00 p.m.

25 (FRIDAY) CENTRAL METHODIST FLAMES ATHLETIC CENTER (HLN) 3:00 p.m.

28 (Monday) at Illinois State Normal, Ill. 7:05 p.m.

DECEMBER

2 (FRIDAY) INDIANA STATE UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

11 (Sunday) at Oakland Oakland, Mich. 3:00 p.m.

14 (Wednesday) at Northern Illinois DeKalb, Ill. 5:30 p.m.

19 (MONDAY) ROOSEVELT UIC PAVILION (HLN) 5:00 p.m.

22 (THURSDAY) EASTERN ILLINOIS UIC PAVILION (HLN) 5:00 p.m.

29 (Thursday) at Green Bay* Green Bay, Wis. (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

31 (Saturday) at Milwaukee* Milwaukee, Wis. (HLN) 2:00 p.m.

JANUARY

5 (THURSDAY) DETROIT* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

7 (SATURDAY) WRIGHT STATE* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 3:00 p.m.

12 (Thursday) at Cleveland State* Cleveland, Ohio (HLN) 6:00 p.m.

14 (Saturday) at Youngstown State* Youngstown, Ohio (HLN) 1:05 p.m.

19 (THURSDAY) BUTLER* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 5:00 p.m.

21 (SATURDAY) VALPARAISO* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

28 (Saturday) at Loyola* Chicago, Ill. (HLN) 2:00 p.m.

FEBRUARY

2 (Thursday) at Wright State* Dayton, Ohio (HLN) 6:00 p.m.

4 (Saturday) at Detroit* Detroit, Mich. (HLN) 1:00 p.m.

9 (THURSDAY) YOUNGSTOWN STATE* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

11 (SATURDAY) CLEVELAND STATE* FLAMES ATHLETIC CENTER (HLN) 3:00 p.m.

16 (Thursday) at Valparaiso* Valaparaiso, Ind. (HLN) 7:05 p.m.

18 (Saturday) at Butler* Indianapolis, Ind. (HLN) 1:00 p.m.

25 (SATURDAY) LOYOLA* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

1 (THURSDAY) MILWAUKEE* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 7:00 p.m.

3 (SATURDAY) GREEN BAY* UIC PAVILION (HLN) 3:00 p.m.

5 (Monday) Horizon League Tournament 1st Rd. % UIC PAVILION (HLN) TBA

7 (Wednesday) Horizon League Tournament QF % UIC PAVILION (HLN) TBA

9 (Friday) Horizon League Tournament Semifinal ! UIC PAVILION (HLN) TBA

11 (Sunday) Horizon League Championship ! UIC PAVILION TBA

% Hosted by higher seed

! Hosted by No. 1 seed

* Horizon League game

Home games listed in BOLD CAPS

(HLN) - Game shown on HorizonLeague.com


2011-12 ROSTER

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

No. Name Ht. Pos. Year Hometown/High School/Last College

4 Rachel Story 5-6 Guard TR-Junior Milwaukee, Wis./Rufus King/Louisville

11 Taylor Foulks 5-9 Guard Junior Joliet, Ill./Joliet West Township

22 Kierra Robinson 5-9 Forward Sophomore Champaign, Ill./Champaign Central

23 Emily Kobel 6-0 Guard Sophomore Palos Heights, Ill./Marian Catholic

24 Tashea Smalls 5-6 Guard Freshman Chicago, Ill./Lincoln Park

25 Jasmine Bailey 5-8 Guard/Forward Senior St. Louis, Mo./Normandy

32 Kiara Strickland 6-1 Guard/Forward Senior Minneapolis, Minn./Roosevelt

33 Cree Nix 6-1 Forward Senior Atlanta, Ga./Greater Atlanta Christian School/Lipscomb

34 Heidi Dahnke 6-1 Guard/Forward RS-Junior Martinsville, Ill./Martinsville

35 Katie Hannemann 6-0 Center RS-Sophomore Homer Glenn, Ill./Providence

40 Shamiea Green 5-7 Guard RS-Senior St. Louis, Mo./Normandy

45 Gisselle Truiett 5-10 Forward Freshman Baltimore/Md./Red Lion Area

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No. Name Ht. Pos. Year Hometown/High School/Last College

25 Jasmine Bailey 5-8 Guard/Forward Senior St. Louis, Mo./Normandy

34 Heidi Dahnke 6-1 Guard/Forward RS-Junior Martinsville, Ill./Martinsville

11 Taylor Foulks 5-9 Guard Junior Joliet, Ill./Joliet West Township

40 Shamiea Green 5-7 Guard RS-Senior St. Louis, Mo./Normandy

35 Katie Hannemann 6-0 Center RS-Sophomore Homer Glenn, Ill./Providence

23 Emily Kobel 6-0 Guard Sophomore Palos Heights, Ill./Marian Catholic

33 Cree Nix 6-1 Forward Senior Atlanta, Ga./Greater Atlanta Christian School/Lipscomb

22 Kierra Robinson 5-9 Forward Sophomore Champaign, Ill./Champaign Central

24 Tashea Smalls 5-6 Guard Freshman Chicago, Ill./Lincoln Park

4 Rachel Story 5-6 Guard TR-Junior Milwaukee, Wis./Rufus King/Louisville

32 Kiara Strickland 6-1 Guard/Forward Senior Minneapolis, Minn./Roosevelt

45 Gisselle Truiett 5-10 Forward Freshman Baltimore/Md./Red Lion Area

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS

Seniors (4): Jasmine Bailey, Shamiea Green, Cree Nix, Kiara Strickland

Juniors (3): Heidi Dahnke, Taylor Foulks, Rachel Story

Sophomores (3): Katie Hannemann, Emily Kobel, Kierra Robinson

Freshmen (2): Tashea Smalls, Gisselle Truiett

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE

Illinois (6): Heidi Dahnke, Taylor Foulks, Katie Hannemann, Emily Kobel, Kierra Robinson, Tashea Smalls

Missouri (2): Jasmine Bailey, Shamiea Green

Wisconsin (1): Rachel Story

Minnesota (1): Kiara Strickland

Georgia (1): Cree Nix

Maryland (1): Gisselle Truiett

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2010-11 SEASON IN REVEIW

2010-11 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL OVERALL STATISTICS

14-16 (9-9 Horizon League) Home: 9-5 Away: 5-10 Neutral: 0-1

No. Player GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

40 Shamiea Green 30-26 1009-33.6 153-372 .411 35-109 .321 92-123 .748 54-93 147 4.9 81 1 63 114 2 24 433 14.4

12 Briana Hinkle 30-30 1109-37.0 157-347 .452 0-8 .000 58-84 .690 28-98 126 4.2 43 1 120 80 11 88 372 12.4

25 Jasmine Bailey 30-29 936-31.2 114-247 .462 6-21 .286 80-108 .741 106-173 279 9.3 98 5 58 79 19 74 314 10.5

11 Taylor Foulks 30-25 872-29.1 106-336 .315 65-210 .310 33-58 .569 30-81 111 3.7 96 3 63 67 16 45 310 10.3

33 Cree Nix 23-5 455-19.8 45-116 .388 0-0 .000 31-39 .795 40-72 112 4.9 34 0 16 26 4 10 121 5.3

32 Kiara Strickland 27-8 438-16.2 50-127 .394 3-14 .214 13-26 .500 23-52 75 2.8 34 0 27 31 5 13 116 4.3

35 Katie Hannemann 15-9 210-14.0 23-66 .348 0-0 .000 16-25 .640 20-19 39 2.6 30 3 2 21 3 6 62 4.1

44 Kristen Petrinec 30-17 585 -19.5 44-126 .349 0-4 .000 24-36 .667 35-58 93 3.1 57 2 19 14 24 14 112 3.7

23 Erin Higgins 22-0 216-9.8 14-43 .326 9-34 .265 6-8 .750 3-21 24 1.1 9 0 7 12 1 6 43 2.0

01 Shanice Sadler 10-1 64-6.4 6-14 .429 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 3 -3 16 1.6 6 0 6 11 1 1 14 1.4

03 Emily Kobel 14-0 79-5.6 4-27 .148 3-19 .158 2-4 .500 1-14 15 1.1 5 0 0 3 4 4 13 0.9

14 Cheryl Wade 12-0 73-6.1 2-20 .100 2-11 .182 2-2 1.000 2-0 2 0.2 4 0 4 9 0 1 8 0.7

22 Kierra Robinson 4-0 4-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 2 0.5 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

Team 63-77 140 4.7 6

Total 30 6050 718-1842 .390 123-431 .285 359-516 .696 408-773 1181 39.4 500 15 385 474 90 286 1918 63.9

Opponents 30 6050 715-1748 .409 185-565 .327 356-522 .682 365-804 1169 39.0 473 -- 441 511 78 219 1971 65.7

2010-11 HORIZON LEAGUE STATISTICS (9-9)

Home: 6-3 Away: 3-6

No. Player GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

40 Shamiea Green 18-18 631-35.1 99-240 .413 22-67 .328 48-68 .706 37-50 87 4.8 54 0 43 65 2 14 268 14.9

12 Briana Hinkle 18-18 677-37.6 99-206 .481 0-2 .000 33-46 .717 17-60 77 4.3 24 0 76 46 4 49 231 12.8

11 Taylor Foulks 18-17 555-30.8 75-216 .347 46-134 .343 20-36 .556 15-49 64 3.6 56 2 39 37 12 29 216 12.0

25 Jasmine Bailey 18-17 550-30.6 59-143 .413 5-14 .357 41-55 .745 64-110 174 9.7 54 3 40 44 9 46 164 9.1

44 Kristen Petrinec 18-15 376 -20.9 37-88 .420 0-4 .000 18-26 .692 19-39 58 3.2 32 1 11 10 12 10 92 5.1

33 Cree Nix 18-3 357-19.8 31-77 .403 0-0 .000 18-23 .783 32-56 88 4.9 26 0 12 23 4 8 80 4.4

32 Kiara Strickland 16-0 215-13.4 29-69 .420 3-10 .300 2-3 .667 8-24 32 2.0 13 0 12 16 0 5 63 3.9

23 Erin Higgins 13-0 129-9.9 8-27 .296 5-21 .238 2-4 .500 2 -5 17 1.3 5 0 5 8 1 3 23 1.8

01 Shanice Sadler 8-1 51-6.4 6-11 .545 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2-12 14 1.8 6 0 5 10 1 1 14 1.8

03 Emily Kobel 6-0 27-4.5 1-9 .111 1-7 .143 2-4 .500 1-4 5 0.8 1 0 0 0 3 1 5 0.8

35 Katie Hannemann 7-1 40-5.7 0-9 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-1 3 0.4 4 0 0 5 0 2 0 0.0

14 Cheryl Wade 4-0 13-3.3 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0.0

22 Kierra Robinson 4-0 4-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 2 0.5 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

Team 29-41 70 3.9 2

Total 18 3625 444-1098 .404 82-259 .317 186-268 .694 228-463 691 38.4 278 6 244 271 48 168 1156 64.2

Opponents 18 3625 421-1043 .404 125-367 .341 203-274 .741 207-471 678 37.7 264 - 264 293 44 121 1170 65.0


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2010-11 SEASON IN REVEIW

FINAL HORIZON LEAGUE STANDINGS

Team Conference Pct. PF PA Overall Pct. PF PA Home Away Neu. Last 10 Streak

UIC AMONG THE HORIZON LEAGUE STAT LEADERS

POINTS

1. Brandi Brown, YSU 19.9 ppg

8. Shamiea Green, UIC 14.4 ppg

20. Jasmine Bailey, UIC 10.5 ppg

REBOUNDS

1. Yar Shayock, DET 10.4 rpg

3. Jasmine Bailey, UIC 9.3 rpg

ASSISTS

1. LaShawna Thomas, WSU 5.6 apg

2. Briana Hinkle, UIC 4.0 apg

STEALS

1. Briana Hinkle, UIC 2.9 spg

3. Jasmine Bailey, UIC 2.5 spg

BLOCKED SHOTS

1. Tieara Jones, YSU 1.3 bpg

10. Kristin Petrinec, UIC 0.8 bpg

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

1. Chloe Hamilton, BU 59.4%

10. Jasmine Bailey, UIC 46.4%

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS

1. Maria Bennett, WSU 2.8 pg

5. Taylor Foulks, UIC 2.2 pg

ASSIST-T0-TURNOVER RATIO

1. Hannah Quilling, GB 1.9

3. Briana Hinkle, UIC 1.5

HORIZON LEAGUE TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Monday, March 8 - First Round

(games hosted by higher seeds)

#7 Detroit 57, #10 Valparaiso 50

#8 Loyola 49, #9 Youngstown State 47

Wednesday, March 10 - Quarterfinals

(games hosted by higher seeds)

#4Wright State 63, #5 Milwaukee

#3 Cleveland State 61, #6 UIC 58

#2 Butler 64, #7 Detroit 38

#1 Green Bay 89, #8 Loyola 41

Friday, March 12 - Semifinals

(at Kress Events Center in Green Bay, Wis.)

#2 Butler 68, #3 Cleveland State 54

#1 Green Bay 95, #4 WSU 65

Sunday, March 14 - Championship

(at Kress Events Center in Green Bay, Wis.)

#1 Green Bay 74, #2 Butler 63

2010-11 RESULTS

DATE OPPONENT RESULT

11/12 at Niagara W, 73-57

11/15 OAKLAND L, 69-58

11/17 BYU W, 59-56

11/23 DePAUL L, 87-66

11/27 at Dayton W, 66-65

11/30 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 50-45

12/4 at Illinois State L, 94-86 (OT)

12/11 at Eastern Illinois L, 63-62

12/18 vs. Illinois! L, 65-56

12/21 BRADLEY W, 74-65

12/23 at Eastern Michigan L, 74-54

12/31 CLEVELAND STATE* W, 65-59

1/2 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* W, 74-61

1/8 at Loyola* L, 69-58

1/12 at Milwaukee* L, 85-78 (OT)

1/15 at Green Bay* L, 60-51

1/20 VALPARAISO* W, 63-42

1/22 BUTLER* L, 66-61

1/27 at Wright State* W, 84-69

1/29 at Detroit* W, 66-58

2/5 LOYOLA* L, 62-47

2/10 GREEN BAY* L, 81-50

2/12 MILWAUKEE* W, 77-65

2/17 at Butler* L, 78-57

2/19 at Valparaiso* W, 69-64

2/24 DETROIT* W, 53-40

2/26 WRIGHT STATE* W, 77-60

3/3 at Youngstown State* L, 72-58

3/5 at Cleveland State* L, 79-68

3/9 at Cleveland State% L, 61-58

! Played at the United Center (Chicago, Ill.)

* Horizon League game

% Horizon League Tournament (first-round)

Home Games listed in Bold Caps

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HEAD COACH REGINA MILLER

Regina Miller was named UIC’s 11th head women’s basketball coach in April of 2011. She holds 16

years of head coaching experience with stints at Western Illinois and UNLV.

After compiling a stellar 175-125 mark in 10 seasons as the head coach at the UNLV and collecting

235 total collegiate victories, Miller will take over a program with three returning starters. In her

coaching tenure, Miller has guided seven teams to the postseason, including NCAA Tournament

berths at both Western Illinois and UNLV. Since leaving UNLV, Miller has worked in the private sector,

consulting in the area of women’s basketball.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to return to the state of Illinois with its great college sports

traditions, and I welcome the challenge of leading the UIC Flames to the next level,” said Miller. “The Horizon League has

gained national exposure and is taking its rightful place among a select group of successful mid-major conferences that will

continue to surprise people.

“During my coaching career, I’ve been fortunate to establish tremendous recruiting ties in the Midwest, and I’ve enjoyed

seeing those efforts come to fruition through the success of many student-athletes on the basketball court and in their

careers after graduation. I’m thrilled to be a part of the UIC family and work alongside some outstanding coaches under the

direction of Jim Schmidt.”

Miller led the Lady Rebels to the postseason in six-consecutive years (2001-06), the longest such stretch in program history.

In 2004, Miller led UNLV to four wins in the WNIT, the most postseason wins in school history during a single campaign.

Miller inherited a team at UNLV that had won just four games during the 1997-98 season, and immediately turned the

program around, posting back-to-back 17-win campaigns in her first two seasons. In 2002, the Lady Rebels went 23-8, and

garnered an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament, the program’s first appearance since 1994. Over a five-year span,

Miller’s squads at UNLV knocked off five Top-25 opponents.

In just her second season at Western Illinois (1993-94), Miller’s team finished

third in the Mid-Continent Conference, after finishing in ninth place the previous

season. For her efforts, Miller was named the MCC Coach of the Year.

The following season (1994-95), Western Illinois set a school record for wins in

a season (17) and conference victories (14) and captured the school’s first-ever

MCC Tournament title. The regular season conference champions garnered the

league’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament, and Miller was named the

Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) Coach of the Year.

In addition to Miller’s experience at the college level, she has been an

international coach as well. Miller also served as a court coach at the 2000

USA Basketball Women’s Summer Development Camp in Colorado Springs,

Colo. The camp developed not only the elite players in the United States, but

also acted as the trials to select the U.S. Jones Cup team.

Miller was an assistant coach for the USA National Team at the 1997 World

Championships Qualifier in Sao Palo, Brazil, and served as the floor coach for

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Prior to becoming a head coach, Miller served assistant coaching stints at both Old Dominion (1987-92), her alma mater,

and Arizona (1986-87). ODU experienced great success during Miller’s tenure, advancing to the second-round of the NCAA

Tournament in each of her first three years, along with a first-round appearance in 1992.

Prior to playing professionally for the Virginia Waves in 1984, Miller spent two years playing at Old Dominion helping lead

the Lady Monarchs to the NCAA Final Four. Before her career at ODU, she played at Louisburg (N.C.) Junior College where she

earned All-America honors twice, and led them to the JC national championship her freshman year in 1981.

Miller had her jersey retired at Louisburg at end of her career, and was inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame last October. She

delivered a commencement speech at Louisburg’s graduation ceremony on May 7.

Miller is a 1984 graduate of Old Dominion earning a bachelor’s degree in recreation. She received her master’s degree from

Western Kentucky in 1986. She began her college coaching career with the Hilltoppers, serving as a graduate assistant coach

from 1985-86.

MILLER’S RESUME

YEAR SCHOOL CONFERENCE FINISH OVERALL POSTSEASON

1992-93 Western Illinois 1-15 8th 3-21 ---

1993-94 Western Illinois 11-7 3rd 15-13 ---

1994-95 Western Illinois 14-4 T-1st 17-11 NCAA 1st Round

1995-96 Western Illinois 8-10 8th 10-17 ---

1996-97 Western Illinois 4-12 3rd 7-20 ---

1997-98 Western Illinois 5-11 7th 8-18 ---

Total at WIU: 6 Years 43-59 60-100

YEAR SCHOOL CONFERENCE FINISH OVERALL POSTSEASON

1998-99 UNLV 7-7 T-4th 17-11 ---

1999-00 UNLV 8-6 5th 17-12 ---

2000-01 UNLV 8-6 T-3rd 19-10 WNIT 2nd Round

2001-02 UNLV 8-6 4th 23-8 NCAA 1st Round

2002-03 UNLV 8-6 T-3rd 17-12 WNIT 1st Round

2003-04 UNLV 10-4 3rd 26-8 WNIT Runner-up

2004-05 UNLV 6-8 T-5th 16-15 WNIT 1st Round

2005-06 UNLV 9-7 6th 18-12 WNIT 1st Round

2006-07 UNLV 8-8 6th 14-15 --

2007-08 UNLV 4-12 T-7th 8-22 ...

Total at UNLV: 10 Years 76-70 175-125

OVERALL: 16 Years 119-129 235-225

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ASSISTANT COACH FROZENA JERRO

Frozena Jerro possesses a wealth of coaching experience with stints at several schools from coast to coast.

Most recently she served as an assistant coach and lead recruiter for the New Jersey Institute of Technology

and before that she spent one season on the bench at West Los Angeles College in California. From 2002-08,

Jerro served as an assistant coach and the recruiting coordinator on Regina Miller’s staff at UNLV. During

those six seasons, the Lady Rebels made four postseason appearances including a runner-up finish in the

2004 WNIT.

Before joining Miller in Las Vegas, Jerro spent four years at California State University-Northridge, including

three as the head coach of the Matadors from 1998-2001. In 1999, Jerro’s squad captured the Big Sky

Conference championship and the first NCAA tournament appearance in school history. The San Francisco

native was tabbed as the Big Sky Coach of the Year in 1999, as well.

Jerro began her coaching career as an assistant at the University of Houston from 1993-1995 following a successful playing career at

Arizona State University. She was a two-time letterwinner and team captain for the Sun Devils and in 1992, Jerro was named a Pac-10

Conference All-Star as she helped lead her team into the NCAA tournament. Jerro graduated from Arizona State in 1993 with a degree

in business marketing.

“Frozena is a talented recruiter and outstanding at developing players at the guard position,” said Miller. “I know from personal

experience that her work ethic and basketball knowledge are second to none.

“Frozena is a stabilizing influence on any bench and an assistant whom the players really respect,” added Miller. “It’s a pleasure to be

working with Coach Jerro once again.”

ASSISTANT COACH MARC LOWE

Marc Lowe brings more than 20 years of knowledge and coaching experience to the Flames bench. Most

recently, Lowe worked as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Jackson State Tigers

women’s basketball team. Prior to his time in Mississippi, Lowe served as an assistant coach and junior

college recruiting coordinator for the Bradley University women’s team. While working at Bradley, Lowe was

primarily responsible for the recruitment of three All-Missouri Valley Conference players, two All-Defensive

Team players, two Defensive Players of the Year and one All-Tournament player.

Prior to a stop at Missouri University of Science & Technology as a men’s assistant coach from 2000-2005,

Lowe served as an assistant coach for the men’s squad at Western Illinois from 1995-2000 where he

mentored 12 All-Conference players. During his first three years in Macomb, Ill., Lowe’s stint overlapped

with UIC head coach Regina Miller, who served as the head women’s basketball coach of the Leathernecks

from 1992-98.

The Topeka, Kan. native began coaching in the women’s game as the interim head coach at Allen County Community College during

the 1994-95 season. Lowe also served as a men’s assistant coach from 1993-95 at Allen County. From 1991-93, Lowe served as the

director of basketball where he played for two seasons, the University of Alaska, Anchorage (1984-86). Lowe graduated from Missouri

Valley College in 1990 with a degree in physical education.

“Marc’s deep roots in the Midwest, particularly in Illinois, are a key component of our recruiting strategy,” said Miller. “He’s also a

proven assistant with great experience in developing strong post players. I couldn’t have been happier when he became available for

my staff.”


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ASSISTANT COACH AMANDA VAN ZEBEN

VanZeben begins her first season with the Flames after serving on several different college basketball staffs

throughout her career. Last season, she worked as an assistant coach for the women’s basketball team at

Clarendon College in Texas where she played a key role in all aspects of coaching including recruiting, scouting

and player development. Before that she served as a graduate assistant and the director of operations for the

women’s team at American University from 2007-2008.

VanZeben’s relationship with Miller goes back to 2004 when she worked as a student assistant and director of

operations at UNLV. She served as the team travel coordinator, assisted with Regina Miller youth camps and

the Regina Miller Coaches Clinics and created an annual team notebook among other duties.

The Murray, Utah native has also worked as an assistant coach at Grayson College and as the head coach at Lone Peak High School in

Highland, Utah. VanZeben graduated from UNLV in 2006 with a degree in sociology.

“Every coaching staff needs a center of gravity that holds everything together. That’s Amanda,” said Miller. “She’s always on top of

every detail and has a well-earned reputation as the go-to assistant when important things need doing. Her attention to detail and

organizational skills makes her a valuable asset to any coaching staff.”

ASSISTANT COACH MARC LOPEZ

Lopez comes to UIC with a vast array of experience on the basketball coaching scene. Most recently, the Steger,

Ill. native served as the head girls’ basketball coach for the varsity squad at Bloom Township High School in

Chicago Heights, Ill. In two seasons with Lopez at the helm, the Blazing Trojans compiled a record of 35-18.

“His attention to detail, planning and organizational skills are second to none,” said Miller. Marc’s experience

at various levels throughout the state of Illinois will be invaluable to our program”.

Prior to the stint at Bloom, Lopez served as a varsity assistant coach and junior varsity head coach at

Willowbrook High School for the 2008-09 season and an assistant for the sophomore team during the 2007-

08 campaign. Lopez also worked on staff for five summers with the Illinois Wolverines Girls Basketball Club in

Chicago Heights, Ill. In 2006, Lopez helped the Wolverines secure the 16-and-under division AAU Illinois State Championship.

Lopez is no stranger to collegiate basketball, either. While attending Eastern Illinois University, where he obtained a degree in general

studies in 2009, Lopez served as a team manager for the women’s basketball team. At EIU Lopez managed the set-up, planning and

operations of both practices and games, organized team equipment and worked with players to enhance their skills on a regular basis.

Prior to attending Eastern Illinois, Lopez spent two years as a student-athlete at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights, Ill. Lopez

served as a team captain and was the starting second baseman for the baseball team and as the starting point guard for the men’s

basketball team.

Lopez resides in Mokena with his wife Teresa and their daughter Isabel.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SUPPORT STAFF

Jim Schmidt

Athletic Director

Denny Wills

Special Assistant: Athletics

Nick Zostautas

Head Strength &

Conditioning Coach

Phil Ross

Assistant Facilities Director

Tonya McGowan

Associate AD/SWA

Eric Phillips

Associate AD/

Internal Operations

Justine Viloria

Team Manager

Ryan Ptak

UIC Athletic Marketing

Rick Harrigan

Senior Assoc. Athletic Director

Sam Rush

Assistant AD/

Academic Services

Jessica Dixon

Team Manager

Adam Levinson

Director of Broadcasting &

Corporate Sales

Alice Tym

Associate AD/Advancement

Bill Bavirsha

Associate AD/Facilities

Aryel Brooking

Team Manager

Mike Laninga

Athletic Communications

Media Contact

Bill Thomas

Associate AD/

Financial Management

Mike Gilmartin

Assistant AD/Sports Medicine

Elizabeth Delgado

Team Manager


#25 JASMINE BAILEY

5-8 • Sr. • G/F • St. Louis, Mo. • Normandy

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2010-11 Highlights: Led the Flames and ranked third in the Horizon League in rebounding (9.3 rpg)…also ranked third in the

conference in steals (2.5 spg), 10th in field goal percentage (.462) and 20th in scoring (10.5 ppg)…recorded a team-high eight

double-double efforts…scored a career-high 28 points in Horizon League Quarterfinal game at Cleveland State on March 9…marked

the second straight season in which Bailey scored a career high in the quarterfinal game at Cleveland State…led Flames in rebounding

in 23 of 30 games…recorded a season-high 13 rebounds on four occasions, most recently on Feb. 26 against Wright State…recorded

three blocks versus Loyola on Feb. 5…logged a season-high six steals in a win over Northern Illinois on Nov. 30…named to Preseason

Horizon League First Team.

2009-10 Highlights: Named to the All-Horizon League Second Team and All-Defensive Team...led the Horizon League in field goal

percentage (.583; 133-of-228)...set UIC’s single-season record for field goal percentage in a season (min. 100 FGA)...led the team

and ranked fourth in the conference in rebounding (8.1 rpg)...led the team and ranked fifth in the conference in steals (2.0 spg)...

ranked second on the team and 12th in the league in scoring (12.0 ppg)...recorded a team-high seven double-doubles...led the Flames in rebounding in 21 of 30

games and in scoring 11 times, including in five of the final seven games...started 29 games...poured in a career-high 27 points in the Horizon League Quarterfinal

game at Cleveland State...named Horizon League Player of the Week for on Jan. 25 following a 24-point, 14-rebound, five-assist and three-steal game in an upset

over Green Bay...blocked a career-high five shots on Jan. 14 at Detroit...tied a career-high when she handed out six helpers on Jan. 4 at Butler...collected a careerbest

seven steals on Jan. 2 at Valparaiso...tallied six steals on Dec. 4 against DePaul...pulled down a personal-best 15 rebounds on Nov. 25 versus Niagara.

2008-09 Highlights: Horizon League Newcomer of the Year and Horizon League All-Newcomer Team member...led UIC in rebounding (6.5 rpg) while rating second

on the squad in scoring (10.4 ppg) and total steals (47), and fourth in assists (1.9 apg)...scored in double figures in 17 games this season while topping the 20-point

plateau on two occasions...recorded a double-double in her collegiate debut with 11 points and 12 rebounds against Bradley on Nov. 22...scored a career-high 23

points in UIC’s win over Detroit on Jan. 5...tallied 21 points at San Diego on Dec. 28...named Horizon League Player of the Week on Dec. 29 after averaging 18.5

points and 7.0 rebounds per game in UIC’s two contests during the period...dished out a season-high six assists at Valparaiso on Jan. 15...totaled 11 points and

seven rebounds at Wright State on March 7...scored 14 points and pulled down a team-high seven rebounds versus Cleveland State on Feb. 26...tallied 12 points

and four rebounds at Detroit on March 5.

Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner for Normandy High School in Missouri...guided her team to a 21-8 record in 2008...two-time All-South Suburban Conference

honoree...two-time Suburban East Conference Player of the Year...led the conference with 10.2 rebounds and 5.9 steals per game her senior year...averaged 18.2

points, 5.1 assists and 2.6 blocks per game last season...helped guide the 2007 team to its first Missouri State Championship appearance in 20 years...scored

over 1,000-career points in four years...named Fox 2 Player of the Week...ranked in the top 100 for McDonald’s All-Americans...also lettered in softball, track and

volleyball at Normandy...daughter of Monica Bailey...born on February 14, 1990...majoring in criminal justice.

BAILEY’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

08-09 30-28 798 -26.6 119-246 .484 8-34 .235 67-99 .677 74-121 195 6.5 105 4 56 71 11 47 313 10.4

09-10 30-29 889-29.6 133-228 .583 2-10 .200 91-124 .734 86-158 244 8.1 96 0 75 63 26 61 359 12.0

10-11 30-29 936-31.2 114-247 .462 6-21 .286 80-108 .741 106-173 279 9.3 98 5 58 79 19 74 314 10.5

TOTAL: 90-86 2623-29.1 366-721 .508 16-21 .246 238-331 .719 266-452 718 8.0 299 9 189 213 56 182 986 11.0

Minutes Played

39 (twice) last at Illinois State (12/4/10)

Points

28 at Cleveland State (3/9/11)

Rebounds

15 vs. Niagara (11/25/09)

Assists

6 (twice) last at Butler (1/4/10)

BAILEY’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

7 at Valparaiso (1/2/10)

Blocks

5 at Detroit (1/14/10)

FGs Made

12 at Cleveland State (3/10/10)

FGs Attempted

19 at Cleveland State (3/5/11)

3PT FGs Made

3 vs. Detroit (1/5/09)

3PT FGs Attempted

6 vs. Cal Poly (12/18/08)

Free Throws Made

12 vs. Illinois State (12/18/09)

Free Throws Attempted

13 vs. Illinois State (12/18/09)

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#40 SHAMIEA GREEN

5-7 • Sr.-RS • G • St. Louis, Mo. • Normandy

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2010-11 Highlights: Led team and finished eighth in the Horizon League in scoring with 14.4 points per game…led UIC in scoring in

14 of 30 games…poured in 30 points on Feb. 12 against Milwaukee…scored 21 points, including 19 in the second half against Loyola

on Jan. 8…tied a career-high with a 32-point effort on Jan. 2 against Youngstown State…named Horizon League Player of the Week for

the second time on Dec. 27 following a game-high 21 points in a win over Bradley…also named Horizon League Player of the Week on

Dec. 13 after scoring 32 points for the first time on Dec. 11 at Eastern Illinois…scored 24 points on Dec. 4 in an overtime loss at Illinois

State…sank a buzzer-beating lay-up as time expired to knock off Dayton, 66-65, on Nov. 27…pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds

on Nov. 12 at Niagara...

2009-10 Highlights: Started at point guard in 29 of UIC’s 30 games...tied for the team lead in assists (2.7 apg)...ranked second on

the squad in minutes played (33.1 mpg)...led the Flames in scoring on four occasions and scored in double figures in 12 games...

tied a career-high with seven assists on March 4 versus Butler...pulled down a career-high eight rebounds on Feb. 27 against Loyola...

also had seven assists in that game...led the team with 17 points in a win at Youngstown State on Feb. 6...tallied three steals on Jan. 7 versus Youngstown State...

set a career-high with 20 points on Dec. 29 at Northern Illinois...named to the Subway Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 12 points and 2.5 assists in two

ballgames.

2008-09 Highlights: Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team...started in 22 games at point guard...led the team in assists (2.8 apg)...ranked third on the

team in scoring (9.3 ppg)...scored in double figures in 17 games...averaged 10.6 ppg in league contests...scored a career-high 19 points, netting a personal best four

three-pointers, at Eastern Illinois on Feb. 4...recorded 17 points in the Flames’ win over Detroit on Jan. 5...tallied a team-high 15 points against Green Bay on Jan.

24...scored 15 points at Cleveland State in the quarterfinals of the Horizon League Tournament...totaled 13 points and four assists versus Valparaiso on Feb. 14...

dished out a career-high six assists on a pair of occasions - vs. New Mexico State (12/30); at Loyola (1/10)...pulled down a personal best five rebounds against SIU-

Edwardsville on Nov. 30...totaled five assists, while committing just one turnover, versus Cleveland State on Feb. 26.

2007-08 Highlights: Medical redshirt her freshman season, retaining all four years of eligibility.

Prep/Personal: Guided Normandy High School to consecutive district championships...2005-06 sectional champions...2006-07 sectional runners-up...Missouri

Elite Eight appearance...2005-06 second team all-conference...2006-07 first team all-conference and co-player of the year...all-district, all-sectional, all-state and

all-metro selection...led the team in points and assists for two seasons...two-time Kentucky Blue Chip camp MVP runner-up...two-time all-tournament team recipient

at Kentucky Blue Chip Camp...Wendy’s Heisman Trophy qualifier...three-time Post-Dispatch and Suburban Journal Athlete of the Week...two-time all-conference and

all-district volleyball player...daughter of Vivian Green...born on January 10, 1989...major is criminal justice.

GREEN’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

08-09 29-22 800-27.6 88-218 .404 29-83 .349 65-88 .739 16-50 66 2.3 55 0 81 114 1 19 270 9.3

09-10 30-29 992-33.1 101-291 .347 23-80 .288 43-55 .782 21-70 91 3.0 74 2 82 113 1 26 268 8.9

10-11 30-26 1009-33.6 153-372 .411 35-109 .321 92-123 .748 54-93 147 4.9 81 1 63 114 2 24 433 14.4

TOTAL: 89-77 2801-31.5 342-881 .388 87-272 .320 200-266 .752 91-213 304 3.4 210 3 226 341 4 69 971 10.9

Minutes Played

44 at Illinois State (12/4/10)

Points

32 (twice) last vs. Youngstown State (1/2/11)

Rebounds

10 at Niagara (11/12/10)

Assists

7 (twice) last vs. Butler (3/4/10)

GREEN’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

3 (five time) last vs. Green Bay (2/10/11)

Blocks

1 (four times) last at Detroit (1/29/11)

FGs Made

13 vs. Youngstown State (1/2/11)

FGs Attempted

22 (twice) last at Milwaukee (1/12/11)

3PT FGs Made

4 (four times) last vs. Milwaukee (2/12/11)

3PT FGs Attempted

8 (three times) last vs. Youngstown State (1/2/11)

Free Throws Made

13 at Illinois State (12/4/10)

Free Throws Attempted

14 at Illinois State (12/4/10)


2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

#33 CREE NIX

6-1 • Sr. • F • Atlanta, Ga. • Greater Atlanta Christian School/Lipscomb

2010-11 Highlights: Appeared in 23 games, making five starts, in her first season at UIC…averaged

5.3 points per game and ranked tied for second on the team with 4.9 rebounds per contest…

collected a season-high two blocks on March 3 at Youngstown State…had a team-high seven

rebounds off the bench on Feb. 10 against Green Bay…one of three Flames in double figures with 10

points in a win over Valparaiso on Jan. 20…corralled season-high 10 rebounds in two straight games

(1/2 vs. Youngstown State and 1/8 at Loyola)…handed out a season-high four assists at Eastern

Michigan on Dec. 23…scored a career-high 20 points on Dec. 21 in a win against Bradley…made UIC

debut on Dec. 11 at Eastern Illinois.

Prior to UIC: Nix played two seasons at Lipscomb University from 2007-09…as a sophomore, led the Lady Bisons in

rebounding and blocked shots…ranked fifth in the Atlantic Sun Conference in rebounding (7.5 rpg) and ninth in blocked

shots (0.8 bpg)… corralled a career-high 15 rebounds on Feb. 28, 2009 at North Florida…scored a season-high 17 points

and collected 13 rebounds on Jan. 15, 2009 at USC Upstate…as a freshman, scored 14 points on four occasions…had a

season-high nine rebounds against USC Upstate on Jan. 21, 2008…also played season-high 24 minutes in that game…

appeared in 28 games, starting two.

Prep/Personal: All-State performer at Greater Atlanta Christian School in Atlanta, Ga. ...named to the GACA AA North

All-State Team. ...Second Team selection on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s AA All-State Team...Helped guide Greater

Atlanta Christian to the GACA AA State Championship her senior season...also a member of the GACA State Championship

Team in track and a member of two second place state teams…named AA All-State in the 300 hurdles…daughter of Shawn

and Dyron Nix. ... father, Dyron, was former standout basketball player for the University of Tennessee and was drafted by

the old Charlotte Hornets in the second round of the 1989 NBA draft…mother, Shawn ran track at Tennessee…major is

communications.

NIX’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

10-11 23-5 455-19.8 45-116 .388 0-0 .000 31-39 .795 40-72 112 4.9 34 0 16 26 4 10 121 5.3

TOTAL: 23-5 455-19.8 45-116 .388 0-0 .000 31-39 .795 40-72 112 4.9 34 0 16 26 4 10 121 5.3

Minutes Played

37 vs. Bradley (12/21/10)

Points

20 vs. Bradley (12/21/10)

Rebounds

10 (twice) last at Loyola (1/8/11)

Assists

4 at Eastern Michigan (12/23/10)

NIX’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

3 vs. Valparaiso (1/20/11)

Blocks

2 at Youngstown State (1/2/11)

FGs Made

6 vs. Bradley (12/21/10)

FGs Attempted

13 at Eastern Michigan (12/23/10)

3PT FGs Made

n/a

3PT FGs Attempted

n/a

Free Throws Made

8 vs. Bradley (12/21/10)

Free Throws Attempted

8 vs. Bradley (12/21/10)

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#32 KIARA STRICKLAND

6-1 • Sr. • G/F • Minneapolis, Minn. • Roosevelt

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2010-11 Highlights: Appeared in 27 games and made eight starts for the Flames…averaged a career-high

16.2 minutes per game…averaged 4.3 points and 2.8 rebounds per game…scored 11 points and grabbed

six rebounds off the bench on Feb. 17 at Butler…tied a career high with two blocks on Dec. 23 at Eastern

Michigan…handed out a season-high three assists on Dec. 21 versus Bradley…scored a career-high 12 points

on Nov. 23 against DePaul… earned first start of the season on Nov. 17 in an upset win over BYU…pulled down

a personal-best seven rebounds on Nov. 15 against Oakland…

2009-10 Highlights: Appeared in 23 games as a reserve for the Flames, averaging 10.5 minutes per contest...

averaged 2.5 ppg and 1.8 rpg...scored six points in back-to-back games on Feb. 20 at Milwaukee and Feb. 18

at Green Bay...handed out a season-high two helpers at Green Bay, as well...had four points and four boards

on Jan. 7 versus Youngstown State...had six points and four rebounds in a win at Western Michigan on Dec. 13...tied a team-high

with nine points on Nov. 30 against Dayton and played a season-high 20 minutes in that game...had four offensive rebounds in that

contest...scored a career-high 11 points on Nov. 15 at Bradley.

2008-09 Highlights: Saw action in 29 games off the bench for UIC as a rookie, averaging 12.1 minutes per outing...recorded a careerhigh

10 points and four assists as the Flames bested Loyola on Feb. 7...posted a strong all-around stat line at San Diego on Dec. 28,

totaling seven points, six rebounds and two assists...scored six points in the Flames’ win over New Mexico State on Dec. 30...scored

seven points and grabbed two rebounds at Milwaukee on Feb. 21...scored six points and pulled down two rebounds at Eastern Illinois

on Feb. 4.

Prep/Personal: Led the team with 21.5 points and 2.0 assists per game her senior year...averaged 8.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals

per game last year...picked up a career-high 32 points and 15 rebounds during her senior season...led team to a mid-section

championship and a sectional final appearance...all-conference recipient...scored over 1,500-career points...Star Tribune Athlete of

the Week...daughter of Alondra Winston and Christopher Strickland...born on Oct. 30, 1989...majoring in criminal justice.

STRICKLAND’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

08-09 29-0 351-12.1 33-111 .297 4-22 .182 8-18 .444 14-34 48 1.7 34 0 16 27 9 9 78 2.7

09-10 23-0 242-10.5 25-79 .316 2-12 .167 6-15 .400 17-24 41 1.8 17 0 11 16 4 5 58 2.5

10-11 27-8 438-16.2 50-127 .394 3-14 .214 13-26 .500 23-52 75 2.8 34 0 27 31 5 13 116 4.3

TOTAL: 79-8 1031-13.6 108-317 .341 9-48 .188 27-59 .458 54-110 164 2.1 85 0 58 74 27 27 252 3.2

Minutes Played

31 vs. Illinois (12/18/10)

Points

12 vs. DePaul (11/23/10)

Rebounds

7 vs. Oakland (11/15/10)

Assists

4 vs. Loyola (2/7/09)

STRICKLAND’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

2 (twice) last vs. Northern Illinois (11/30/10)

Blocks

2 (three times) last at Eastern Michigan (12/23/10)

FGs Made

5 (three times) last at Butler (2/17/11)

FGs Attempted

11 (twice) last at Milwaukee (2/21/09)

3PT FGs Made

1 (four times) last at Cleveland State (3/11/09)

3PT FGs Attempted

4 at Milwaukee (2/21/09)

Free Throws Made

4 vs. New Mexico State (12/30/08)

Free Throws Attempted

6 vs. BYU (11/17/10)


#11 TAYLOR FOULKS

5-9 • Jr. • G • Joliet, Ill. • Joliet West Township

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2010-11 Highlights: Ranked fifth in the Horizon League in three-point field goals made with 2.2 per

game (65 total)…led team in scoring over the final five regular season games with 15.0 points per

game…tied for second on team with 2.1 assists per contest…ranked fourth overall on team with 10.3

points per game…tied a career high with seven rebounds on March 3 at Youngstown State…scored a

career-high 25 points on Feb. 26 against Wright State…tied a career high with five steals on Feb. 19

at Valpo…tied a school record with 8 three-point field goals made in a win over Cleveland State on

Dec. 31…assisted on Shameia Green’s game-winning lay-up in an upset win at Dayton on Nov. 27…

drained four three-pointers in a season-opening win at Niagara on Nov. 12.

2009-10 Highlights: Named to the Horizon League All-Newcomer Team...saw action in all 30 games and was given the

starting nod on 12 occasions, including in each of the last 11 games...sank the most three-pointers on the team (57) and

boasted the highest three-point percentage (.354; 57-of-161)...ranked fifth and seventh, respectively, in the Horizon League

in those two categories..led the Flames in scoring on three occasions and was in double digits in nine contests...tied a

season-high with five three-pointers on Feb. 27 against Loyola...scored a season-high 20 points and tallied a personal-best

five steals on Feb. 4 at Cleveland State...pulled down a career-high seven rebounds on Jan. 21 versus Milwaukee...drilled

five three-pointers on Jan. 14 at Detroit...handed out six assists on Jan. 10 against Youngstown State...reached double

figures for the first time in her young career when she led all scorers with 17 points on Dec. 20 versus Eastern Illinois...made

her collegiate debut on Nov. 13 against Eastern Michigan, collecting three points and two rebounds in that contest.

Prep/Personal: Earned eight total letters at Joliet West Township High School...four-time letterwinner on the basketball

court...earned two letters each in volleyball and soccer...two-time all-conference selection on the hardwood...two-time

all-area selection...led squad in scoring, steals and assists...daughter of Tashika Williams and David Evans...father, David

Evans, played basketball at Colorado State…born July 31, 1991...majoring in criminal justice.

FOULKS’ CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

09-10 30-12 650-21.7 82-217 .378 57-161 .354 12-22 .545 25-69 94 3.1 56 1 54 70 12 47 233 7.8

10-11 30-25 872-29.1 106-336 .315 65-210 .310 33-58 .569 30-81 111 3.7 96 3 63 67 16 45 310 10.3

TOTAL: 60-37 1522-25.4 188-553 .353 122-371 .329 45-80 .563 55-150 205 3.4 152 4 117 137 28 92 543 9.1

Minutes Played

39 at Cleveland State (3/5/11)

Points

25 at Wright State (2/26/11)

Rebounds

7 (four times) last at Cleveland State (3/9/11)

Assists

6 vs. Youngstown State (1/7/10)

FOULKS’ CAREER HIGHS

Steals

5 at Cleveland State (2/4/10)

Blocks

3 at Bradley (11/5/09)

FGs Made

8 (three times) last at Wright State (2/26/11)

FGs Attempted

19 (three times) last at Youngstown State (3/3/11)

3PT FGs Made

8 vs. Cleveland State (12/31/10)

3PT FGs Attempted

14 at Wright State (1/27/11)

Free Throws Made

4 vs. Wright State (2/26/11)

Free Throws Attempted

5 vs. Wright State (2/26/11)

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#34 HEIDI DAHNKE

6-1 • Jr.-RS • G/F • Martinsville, Ill./Martinsville

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2010-11 Highlights: Did not play during the 2010-11 season and received a medical redshirt…

maintains two years of eligibility.

2009-10 Highlights: Appeared in 15 games during her sophomore campaign, averaging 7.2 minutes

per contest...tied a career-high by collecting two steals on Jan. 30 at Loyola...passed out a personalbest

three assists in a win vs. Wright State on Jan. 23...recorded her first blocked shot on Jan. 14

at Detroit...tallied season-highs in points (five) and rebounds (four) on Nov. 21 at Minnesota...four

rebounds also tied a career-high.

2008-09 Highlights: Saw action in 22 games off the bench for the Flames as a rookie, averaging

6.1 minutes per outing...scored a career-high nine points at Milwaukee on Feb. 21...tallied six points at Youngstown State

on Jan. 29...scored her first collegiate points with a pair of free throws against DePaul on Dec. 22...pulled down a career

high four rebounds and matched her personal best with two assists at Detroit on March 5...first dished out a career-best

two assists versus Cleveland State on Feb. 26...tallied three points, netting her first career three-pointer, in the Flames’ win

over New Mexico State on Dec. 30...knocked down a three-pointer at Green Bay on Feb. 19...tied her personal best with two

steals against Youngstown State on Feb. 28.

Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner for Martinsville High School...guided her team to a 25-3 record her senior year...

two-year Little Illini Conference Regular Season Champions...three-time Little Illini Conference Tournament Champions...

First Team All-Little Illini Conference recipient...four-time Charleston Time-Courier All-Area honoree...two-year Terre Haute

Tribune Star All-Area recipient...four-year Illinois All-State recipient...two-time Charleston Times-Courier Player of the Year

honoree...Terre Haute Tribune Star Player of the Year recipient her senior year...led team and area with 18.7 points and 11.0

rebounds per game last season...led squad with 5.6 assists, 4.8 steals and 3.1 blocks shots per game her senior year...

broke school records in career points (1,903), rebounds (1,143), points in a season (523), rebounds in a season (318),

career blocks (209), blocks in a season (87), career assists (499) and assists in a season (156)...daughter of Doug and

Yvonne Dahnke...born on August 7, 1989...majoring in sociology.

DAHNKE’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

08-09 22-0 134-6.1 10-32 .313 3-10 .300 13-19 .684 6-8 14 0.6 19 0 7 8 3 5 36 1.6

09-10 15-0 108-7.2 6-23 .261 1-3 .333 2-5 .400 5-7 12 0.8 10 0 10 12 1 6 15 1.0

10-11: DID NOT PLAY DUE TO MEDICAL REDSHIRT

TOTAL: 37-0 242-6.5 16-55 .291 4-13 .308 15-24 .630 11-15 26 0.7 29 0 17 20 4 11 51 1.4

Minutes Played

20 vs. Milwaukee (1/21/10)

Points

9 at Milwaukee (2/21/09)

Rebounds

4 (two times) last at Minnesota (11/21/09)

Assists

3 at Wright State (1/16/10)

DAHNKE’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

2 (three times) last at Loyola (1/30/10)

Blocks

1 (four times) last at Valparaiso (1/2/10)

FGs Made

2 (four times) last at Youngstown State (2/6/10)

FGs Attempted

5 (two times) last at Minnesota (11/21/09)

3PT FGs Made

1 (four times) last at Minnesota (11/21/09)

3PT FGs Attempted

2 (two times) last at Milwaukee (2/21/09)

Free Throws Made

4 at Milwaukee (2/21/09)

Free Throws Attempted

7 at Milwaukee (2/21/09)


#35 KATIE HANNEMANN

6-0 • So.-RS • C • Homer Glen, Ill. • Providence

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2010-11 Highlights: Played in 15 games, making nine starts, in her redshirt freshman campaign…limited by

injury during the second half of the season…one of two Flames in double figures with 10 points in a win over

Northern Illinois on Nov. 30…scored a career-high 11 points in an upset win over Dayton on Nov. 27…earned

first collegiate start and pulled down a career-high seven rebounds on Nov. 12 at Niagara.

2009-10 Highlights: Appeared in two games early in the year before taking a medical redshirt...will retain four

years of eligibility...made her collegiate debut on Nov. 21 at Minnesota, where she grabbed a rebound in three

minutes of action.

Prep/Personal: Earned three letters as a forward on the basketball court at Providence Catholic...East Suburban Catholic All-

Conference selection as a senior...IBCA third team All-State 2009...topped 1,000 career points as a prep...Benet Academy/Naperville

North Holiday Tournament MVP...led team in scoring and rebounding...daughter of Mike and Deb Hannemann...sister, Erin, played

basketball at Saint Xavier University…born Aug. 29, 1991...major is biology.

HANNEMANN’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

09-10 2-0 4-2.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-0 1 0.5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

10-11 15-9 210-14.0 23-66 .348 0-0 .000 16-25 .640 20-19 39 2.6 30 3 2 21 3 6 62 4.1

TOTAL: 17-9 214-12.6 23-66 .348 0-0 .000 16-25 .640 21-19 40 2.4 30 3 2 22 3 6 62 3.6

Minutes Played

30 vs. BYU (11/17/10)

Points

11 at Dayton (11/27/10)

Rebounds

7 at Niagara (11/12/10)

Assists

1 (two times) last at Northern Illinois (11/30/10)

HANNEMANN’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

2 at Niagara (11/12/10)

Blocks

2 at Niagara (11/12/10)

FGs Made

5 at Dayton (11/27/10)

FGs Attempted

10 vs. BYU (11/17/10)

3PT FGs Made

n/a

3PT FGs Attempted

n/a

Free Throws Made

4 vs. Northern Illinois (11/30/10)

Free Throws Attempted

7 vs. Oakland (11/15/10)

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#23 EMILY KOBEL

6-0 • So. • G • Palos Heights, Ill. • Marian Catholic

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2010-11 Highlights: Appeared in 14 games as a true freshman…averaged 5.6 minutes per game…knocked

down first three-pointer of her career on Nov. 27 at Dayton…scored a career-high five points and collected a

career-high four rebounds on Nov. 15 against Oakland…also had career-high two steals against Oakland…

made collegiate debut and played nine minutes in season-opening game on Nov. 12 at Niagara.

Prep/Personal: Earned six varsity letters in basketball, soccer and volleyball at Marian Catholic H.S…threeyear

member of the varsity basketball squad…advanced to the Elite 8 in three straight seasons…named to

Northwest Indiana Times 2009-10 Illinois All-Area Team…All-East Suburban Catholic Conference and Chicago

Sun-Times All-Area honoree…led the Spartans to Regional and Sectional wins on the hardwood…National

Honor Society member…daughter of Deb and Joe Koebl…born Sept. 25, 1991…major is finance.

KOBEL’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

10-11 14-0 79-5.6 4-27 .148 3-19 .158 2-4 .500 1-14 15 1.1 5 0 0 3 4 4 13 0.9

TOTAL: 14-0 79-5.6 4-27 .148 3-19 .158 2-4 .500 1-14 15 1.1 5 0 0 3 4 4 13 0.9

Minutes Played

10 at Dayton (11/27/10)

Points

5 vs. Oakland (11/15/10)

Rebounds

4 vs. Oakland (11/15/10)

Assists

n/a

KOBEL’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

2 vs. Oakland (11/15/10)

Blocks

1 (four times) last vs. Wright State (2/26/11)

FGs Made

2 vs. Oakland (11/15/10)

FGs Attempted

4 (three times) last at Dayton (11/27/10)

3PT FGs Made

1 (three times) last vs. Valparaiso (1/20/11)

3PT FGs Attempted

3 vs. DePaul (11/23/10)

Free Throws Made

2 vs. Wright State (2/26/11)

Free Throws Attempted

4 vs. Wright State (2/26/11)


#22 KIERRA ROBINSON

5-9 • So. • F • Champaign, Ill. • Champaign Central

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

2010-11 Highlights: Appeared in four games off the bench during her first season ... grabbed one rebound

on Feb. 26 against Wright State ... made collegiate debut on Jan. 20 with one rebound against Valparaiso ...

joined the team as a walk-on in fall 2010.

Prep/Personal: Four-time letterwinner in basketball at Champaign (Ill.) ... led team to a regional

championship in 2010 ... 2010 Big 12 all-area First Team selection ... all-state honorable mention ... threeyear

team captain ... led team in scoring in 2010 ... led team in rebounding in 2009 ... won Central High

School Leadership award as a senior ... also a member of the UIC Gospel Choir ... biggest athletic thrill to

date is winning the Regional Championships in her senior year of high school ... born September 20, 1991,

Champaign, Ill. ... daughter of Dorfredia Williams and Anthony Robinson ... has two siblings, Vaushawn and

Diamond ... currently enrolled as a education major.

ROBINSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP-GS Min.-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Off.-Def. Tot. Avg. PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts. Avg.

10-11 4-0 4-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 2 0.5 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

TOTAL: 4-0 4-1.0 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 2 0.5 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

Minutes Played

2 vs. Wright State (2/26/11)

Points

n/a

Rebounds

1 (two times) last at Wright State (2/26/11)

Assists

n/a

ROBINSON’S CAREER HIGHS

Steals

n/a

Blocks

n/a

FGs Made

n/a

FGs Attempted

1 at Detroit (2/24/11)

3PT FGs Made

n/a

3PT FGs Attempted

n/a

Free Throws Made

n/a

Free Throws Attempted

1 vs. Valparaiso (1/20/11)

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#4 RACHEL STORY

5-6 • Jr.-TR • G • Milwaukee, Wis.• Rufus King/Louisville

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Prior to UIC: Played two seasons at the University of Louisville under head coach Jeff Walz...saw

action in 51 games for the Cardinals in a reserve role...helped team advance to the Sweet 16 of the

NCAA Tournament in 2011...as a freshman, scored career-high 16 points against BIG EAST foe Rutgers...handed

out career-high five assists against Georgetown.

Prep/Personal: Lettered three years at Rufus King H.S. in Milwaukee, Wis...helped team achieve

runner-up finish in the WIAA Division I Tournament as a senior...named co-MVP of WIAA Tournament...

garnered All-State honors as a sophomore, junior and senior...averaged 17 points, four rebounds and

eight assists during senior season...daughter of Janice Blakely...major is education.

#45 GISSELLE TRUIETT

5-10 • Fr. • F • Baltimore, Md. • Red Lion Area

Prep/Personal: Lettered all four years in basketball at Red Lion Area H.S...three-time All-York

County Conference honoree...two-time All-County selection...named to the All-State team following

senior season...averaged 12 points and 6.1 rebounds per game as a senior...helped lead the Lions

to a 27-2 record and their first District 3 Class AAAA title in nine years...named Apple Ford Player of

the Month for December 2010...won an academic achievement award...daughter of Julia and Steven

Truiett...father, Steven, played basketball at Florida International University...born May 31, 1993...

major is kinesiology.

#24 TASHEA SMALLS

5-6 • Fr. • G • Chicago, Ill. • Lincoln Park

Prep/Personal: Lettered all four years in basketball at Lincoln Park H.S...also played softball for

two seasons...led the Lady Lions to an overall record of 21-3 and a spotless 8-0 mark in Red North

Conference play...named team MVP in 2011...selected as the MVP of each tournament she played

in as a senior...named to All-Tournament Team all four years...member of the Honor Roll...daughter

of Tamieka Townsend...born Jan. 13, 1994...major is kinesiology.


UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS BOOK

CAREER

Scoring

1. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 1,805

2. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 1,657

3. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 1,521

4. Jessie Miller (2006-2010) 1,476

5. LaShonda Grant (2003-06) 1,453

6. Sharon Carroll (1977-80) 1,425

7. LeKesha Williams (1999-03) 1,225

8. Lisa Thomas (1975-79) 1,211

9. Jaysie Chambers (1999-03) 1,185

10. Chrissy Dizon (2002-06) 1,182

11. Krystal Hugelier (2003-06) 1,122

12. Jacquese Gilbert (1988-91) 1,071

Toni Stachon (1975-78) 1,071

14. Briana Hinkle (2006-11) 1,004

15. Jacquay Holmes (2003-06) 1,001

16. Jasmine Bailey (2008-Current) 986

17. Shamiea Green (2007-Current) 971

18. Jo Ellen Swanson (1982-87) 854

19. Tasia Georganas (1989-93) 846

20. Trenise Crowell (1994-97) 823

Rebounds

1. Lisa Thomas (1975-79) 1,065

2. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 1,037

3. Sharon Carroll (1977-80) 1,003

4. Jaysie Chambers (1999-03) 830

5. Heather McKenna (1992-96) 798

6. Jasmine Bailey (2008-Current) 718

7. Valerie O’Neill (1988-92) 673

8. Toni Stachon (1975-78) 633

9. Nikki Grobbecker (2005-09) 583

10. Jasmine Strange (1992-96) 580

Assists

1. Chrissy Dizon (2002-06) 454

2. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 430

3. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 427

4. Jo Ellen Swanson (1982-87) 421

5. Tasia Georganas (1989-93) 386

6. Jessie Miller (2006-2010) 339

7. Robyn Frascati (1985-89) 330

8. Betty Kollar (1978-82) 312

9. Briana Hinkle (2006-11) 293

10. Heather McKenna (1992-96) 289

Field Goals

1. Sharon Carroll (1977-80) 623

2. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 606

3. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 552

4. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 546

5. Jessie Miller (2006-2010) 540

6. LaShonda Grant (2003-06) 484

7. Jaysie Chambers (1999-03) 481

8. Jacquese Gilbert (1988-91) 444

9. Briana Hinkle (2006-11) 429

10. Jacquay Holmes (2003-2006) 414

Field Goal Attempts

1. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 1,515

2. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 1,375

3. Sharon Carroll (1977-80) 1,355

4. Jessie Miller (2006-2010) 1,297

5. LaShonda Grant (2003-2006) 1,258

6. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 1,163

Jacquese Gilbert (1988-91) 1,163

8. Briana Hinkle (2006-11) 1,045

9. Jaysie Chambers (1999-2003) 1,043

10. LeKesha Williams (1999-2003) 1,010

Field Goal Percentage (minimum 100 FGA)

1. Angela Wenzel (1998-99) .549

2. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) .521

3. Nicole Rinaldi (2004-08) .520

4. Jasmine Bailey (2008-present) .508

5. Jasmine Strange (1992-96) .504

6. Dejeanette Flournoy (2003-05) .494

7. Jennifer Cook (1996-2000) .491

8. Valerie O’Neill (1988-92) .486

9. Chrissy Dizon (2002-2006) .483

10. Tonya Matz (1981-85) .479

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

(min. 50 attempts)

1. Erin Partaker (1997-2001) .393

2. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) .385

3. Tasia Georganas (1989-93) .384

4. Robyn Frascati (1985-89) .364

5. Melea Clark (1999-2001) .356

6. Krystal Hugelier (2003-2006) .354

7. Holly Tamm (1997-99) .347

Amanda Bartz (1999-2001) .347

9. LaShonda Grant (2003-2006) .348

10. Jacquese Gilbert (1988-91) .342

Three-Point Field Goals

1. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 238

2. LaShonda Grant (2003-2006) 211

3. Krystal Hugelier (2003-2006) 208

4. Jessie Miller (2006-10) 201

5. Sara Petersen (1994-98) 128

6. Taylor Foulks (2009-Current) 122

7. Robyn Frascati (1985-89) 115

8. Amanda Bartz (1999-2001) 113

9. Tasia Georganas (1989-93) 107

10. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 106

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

1. Jessie Miller (2006-10) 621

2. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 618

3. LaShonda Grant (2003-2006) 607

4. Krystal Hugelier (2003-2006) 590

5. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 386

6. Sara Petersen (1994-98) 376

7. Taylor Foulks (2009-Current) 371

8. Amanda Bartz (1999-2001) 326

9. Robin Westrom (1995-99) 318

10. Robyn Frascati (1985-89) 317

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Free Throws Made

1. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 463

2. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 459

3. LeKesha Williams (1999-2003) 357

4. Chrissy Dizon (2002-2006) 347

5. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 309

6. LaShonda Grant (2003-2006) 274

7. Jessie Miller (2006-10) 247

8. Jasmine Bailey (2008-Current) 238

9. Lisa Thomas (1975-79) 236

10. Jaysie Chambers (1999-2003) 222

Free Throw Attempts

1. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 633

2. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 569

3. LeKesha Williams (1999-2003) 474

4. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 451

5. LaShonda Grant (2003-2006) 386

6. Jaysie Chambers (1999-2003) 383

7. Jessie Miller (2006-10) 349

8. Lisa Thomas (1975-79) 339

Chrissy Dizon (2002-2006) 339

10. Jasmine Bailey (2008-Current) 331

Free Throw Percentage (minimum 100 FTA)

1. Stesha Rhodes (2000-2002) .822

2. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) .814

3. Jo Ellen Swanson (1982-87) .786

4. Jackie Gray (1997-98) .780

5. Katie Clark (1995-97) .766

6. Sara Petersen (1994-98) .765

7. LeKesha Williams (1999-2003) .753

8. Shamiea Green (2007-Current) .752

9. Carrie Ponto (1991-93) .750

10. Holly Tamm (1997-99) .739

Steals

1. Penny Armstrong (1991-95) 427

2. Tasia Georganas (1989-93) 258

3. Chrissy Dizon (2002-2006) 259

4. Joanne McCarthy (1992-97) 257

5. Briana Hinkle (2006-11) 224

6. LeKesha Williams (1999-2003) 190

7. Jessie Miller (2006-2010) 198

8. Jacquese Gilbert (1988-91) 186

9. Heather McKenna (1992-96) 185

10. Jasmine Bailey (2008-Current) 182

Blocked Shots

1. Cassie Johnson (2006-2010) 164

2. Sharon Carroll (1977-80) 149

3. Valerie O’Neill (1988-92) 140

4. Stephanie Jost (1997-2001) 133

5. Ellen Stenkamp (1983-87) 119

6. Angela Gilbert (1989-93) 105

7. Jaysie Chambers (1999-2003) 73

Nicole Rinaldi (2003-08) 73

9. Nikki Grobbecker (2005-09) 64

10. Lisa Thomas (1975-79) 58

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UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS BOOK

SINGLE SEASON

Scoring

1. 612 Sharon Carroll (1979-80)

2. 602 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

3. 599 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

4. 590 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

5. 562 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

6. 540 LeKesha Williams (2002-03)

7. 506 Tracy Manuel (1982-83)

8. 497 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

9. 452 LaShonda Grant (2005-06)

10. 450 Ava Walker (1980-81)

Rebounds

1. 396 Sharon Carroll (1979-80)

2. 363 Lisa Thomas (1976-77)

3. 322 Sharon Carroll (1977-78)

4. 316 Tracy Manuel (1982-83)

5. 306 Angela Gilbert (1991-92)

6. 298 Angela Gilbert (1990-91)

7. 291 Jaysie Chambers (2002-03)

8. 286 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

9. 285 Sharon Carroll (1978-79)

10. 279 Jasmine Bailey (2010-11)

Field Goal Attempts

1. 572 Sharon Carroll (1979-80)

2. 536 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

3. 503 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

4. 455 Sharon Carroll (1982-83)

5. 447 Phyllis Curry (1982-83)

447 LeKesha Williams (2002-03)

7. 446 Ava Walker (1980-81)

8. 441 Toni Stachon (1976-77)

9. 427 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

10. 416 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

Field Goals Made

1. 256 Sharon Carroll (1979-80)

2. 231 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

3. 206 Tracy Manuel (1983-84)

4. 198 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

5. 196 Sharon Carroll (1978-79)

6. 193 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

7. 184 Ava Walker (1980-81)

8. 181 Phyllis Curry (1982-83)

9. 177 Angela Gilbert (1991-92)

10. 176 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

Field Goal Pct. (minimum 100 FGA)

1. .583 Jasmine Bailey (2009-10)

2. .552 Dejeanette Flournoy (2004-05)

3. .549 Angela Wenzel (1998-99)

4. .547 Jasmine Strange (1995-96)

5. .541 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

6. .528 Tonya Matz (1984-85)

7. .521 Sharon Carroll (1977-78)

8. .518 Angela Gilbert (1991-92)

8. .510 Angela Gilbert (1990-91)

10. .509 Jasmine Strange (1993-94)

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Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

1. 201 Taylor Foulks (2010-11)

2. 191 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

3. 185 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

4. 182 Amanda Bartz (1999-2000)

LaShonda Grant (2005-06)

Jessie Miller (2007-08)

7. 181 Krystal Hugelier (2004-05)

8. 173 Joanne McCarthy (1994-95)

173 Jessie Miller (2009-10)

10. 164 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

Three-Point Field Goals

1. 76 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

2. 71 Joanne McCarthy (1994-95)

3. 69 Amanda Bartz (1999-2000)

4. 65 Taylor Foulks (2010-11)

5. 60 LaShonda Grant (2005-06)

6. 63 Jessie Miller (2007-08)

7. 57 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

Bridget Murphy (1993-94)

Robyn Frascati (1987-88)

Taylor Foulks (2009-10)

Three-Point Field Goal Pct. (min. 35 3-pt FGA)

1. .444 Erin Partaker (1997-98)

2. .432 Tasia Georganas (1992-93)

3. .421 Joanne McCarthy (1994-95)

4. .418 Jacquese Gilbert (1990-91)

5. .411 Melea Clark (1999-2000)

.411 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

7. .402 Tasia Georganas (1990-91)

8. .400 Tiyesh Blackmon (1995-96)

9. .396 Tasia Georganas (1991-92)

10. .395 Lynn Jordan (1990-91)

Free Throw Attempts

1. 228 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

2. 216 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

3. 203 LeKesha Williams (2002-03)

4. 190 Donna Clark (1986-87)

5. 185 Holly Tamm (1998-99)

6. 175 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

7. 169 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

8. 165 Kimberly Henry (1999-2000)

9. 162 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

162 Chrissy Dizon (2003-04)

Free Throws

1. 175 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

2. 164 LeKesha Williams (2002-03)

3. 159 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

4. 142 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

5. 134 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

Holly Tamm (1998-99)

7. 131 Donna Clark (1986-87)

8. 128 Angela Gilbert (1992-93)

9. 118 Kimberly Henry (1999-2000)

118 Chrissy Dizon (2003-04)

Free Throw Pct.(minimum 40 FTA)

1. .895 Jo Ellen Swanson (1986-87)

2. .840 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

3. .832 Chrissy Dizon (2005-06)

4. .827 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

5. .822 Stesha Rhodes (2000-01)

.822 Stesha Rhodes (2001-02)

7. .815 Joanne McCarthy (1992-93)

8. .812 Angela Wenzel (1998-99)

9. .808 LeKesha Williams (2002-03)

10. .802 Orjuana Johnson (1985-86)

Assists

1. 145 Betty Kollar (1980-81)

2. 144 Chrissy Dizon (2005-06)

3. 138 Chrissy Dizon (2004-05)

4. 135 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

5. 134 Jo Ellen Swanson (1984-85)

6. 124 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

7. 127 Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

8. 120 Betty Kollar (1981-82)

Briana Hinkle (2010-11)

10. 119 Tasia Georganas (1992-93)

Steals

1. 93 Ava Walker (1980-81)

2. 88 Briana Hinkle (2010-11)

3. 81 Penny Armstrong (1994-95)

4. 79 Tasia Georganas (1992-93)

5. 78 Penny Armstrong (1993-94)

6. 77 Joanne McCarthy (1996-97)

77 Chrissy Dizon (2005-06)

8. 76 Lisa Hughes (1988-89)

9. 74 Jasmine Bailey (2010-11)

10. 72 Jacquese Gilbert (1988-89)

Joanne McCarthy (1995-96)

Blocked Shots

1. 76 Sharon Carroll (1977-78)

2. 69 Valerie O’Neill (1991-92)

3. 56 Cassie Johnson (2009-10)

4. 55 Ellen Stenkamp (1985-86)

5. 52 Stephanie Jost (1999-2000)

6. 49 Sharon Carroll (1979-80)

7. 47 Lisa Thomas (1979-78)

8. 44 Cassie Johnson (2008-09)

9. 42 Nicole Rinaldi (2005-06)

10. 39 Valerie O’Neill (1990-91)


UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL RECORDS BOOK

SINGLE GAME

INDIVIDUAL

Scoring

42 Penny Armstrong vs. DePaul (2/1/94)

38 Angela Gilbert vs. Cleveland State (1/29/93)

Penny Armstrong vs. La Salle (1/28/95)

36 Sharon Carroll vs. Northern Illinois (1/31/79)

Tracy Manuel vs. Iowa State (1/7/84)

Jaysie Chambers vs. Butler (1/19/02)

Rebounds

24 Tracy Manuel vs. Northern Iowa (12/20/83)

23 Lisa Thomas vs. Western Michigan (2/16/79)

Angela Gilbert vs. Youngstown State (1/31/93)

Dejeanette Flournoy vs. Illinois State (12/14/03)

22 Donna Clark vs. Butler (2/5/86)

Valerie O’Neill vs. Valparaiso (2/7/91)

Assists

16 Jo Ellen Swanson vs. SW Missouri St. (12/29/84)

Robyn Frascati vs. NE Illinois (1/27/86)

13 Jo Ellen Swanson vs. Bradley (1/27/87)

12 Betty Kollar vs. UW-Whitewater (2/9/82)

12 Tasia Georganas vs. NE Illinois (12/1/92)

12 Joanne McCarthy vs. Cleveland State (1/9/97)

Field Goal Attempts

37 Jacquese Gilbert vs. Northern Illinois (2/15/89)

Field Goals Made

15 Sharon Carroll vs. Eastern Illinois (1/14/79)

Ava Walker vs. Southern Illinois (12/22/80)

Penny Armstrong vs. Green Bay (1/12/95)

Jaysie Chambers vs. Butler (1/19/02)

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

16 Robyn Frascati vs. St. Francis (12/6/87)

Three-Point Field Goals Made

8 Bridget Murphy vs. Cleveland State (1/23/94)

Taylor Foulks vs. Cleveland State (12/31/10)

Free Throw Attempts

22 Tracy Manuel vs. Iowa State (1/7/84)

Free Throws Made

17 Penny Armstrong vs. South Florida (12/29/94)

Steals

10 Tasia Georganas vs. Central Michigan (11/29/91)

Penny Armstrong vs. Chicago State (11/29/93)

Blocked Shots

9 Valerie O’Neill vs. Cleveland State (1/19/92)

Scoring (Opponent)

39 Diana Vines, DePaul (2/9/89)

Rebounding (Opponent)

24 Cheryl Williams, DePaul (11/29/80)

Lanette Taylor, Cleveland State (2/15/92)

2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

TEAM

Points scored: 104 vs. Chicago State (11/29/93)

Points scored in a loss: 89 vs. Georgia State (1/16/86)

Combined Points Scored: 201, UIC 101, Valparaiso 100 (3/11/93)

Points scored in a half: 60 vs. Valparaiso (3/11/93)

Fewest points allowed: 27 vs. St. Clair (1/4/80)

Fewest combined points: 89, Chicago State 45, UIC 44 (1/2/89)

Widest winning margin: 73, UIC 100, St. Clair 27 (1/4/80)

Widest losing margin: 77, DePaul 121, UIC 44 (1/13/88)

Most field goals: 41 vs. Northern Iowa (12/19/84)

Most field goal attempts: 91 vs. Northeastern Illinois (1/27/86)

Highest field goal percentage: .615 (32-52) vs. Chicago State (12/2/95);

(32-52) vs. Detroit (1/26/06)

Lowest field goal percentage: .188 (12-64) vs. DePaul (1/13/92)

Most free throws: 31 vs. Notre Dame (1/23/83)

Most free throw attempts: 42 vs. Chicago State (11/29/93)

Most rebounds: 71 vs. Cleveland State (2/15/92)

Fewest rebounds: 20 vs. Notre Dame (11/15/85); vs. Valparaiso

(1/18/99); vs. Hawai’i (12/9/01)

Most assists: 29 vs. Northeastern Illinois (1/27/86); vs. Alcorn State

(11/25/01)

Most steals: 28 vs. Chicago State (11/29/93)

Most blocks: 12 vs. Cleveland State (1/19/92); vs. Loyola (3/10/08); vs.

Bradley 11/15/09)

Most turnovers: 39 vs. Evansville (12/19/98)

Fewest turnovers: 5 vs. Butler (1/12/08)

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MOST POINTS SCORED

1. 2184 2006-07

2. 2051 2005-06

3. 2041 1995-96

4. 1949 2002-03

5. 1942 1992-93

SCORING AVERAGE

1. 70.3 1977-78

2. 69.6 2002-03

3. 69.4 1992-93

4. 69.3 1979-80

5. 68.8 1980-81

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE

1. 813 1980-81

2. 809 2006-07

3. 789 1979-80

4. 738 1995-96

5. 743 2005-06

MOST FIELD GOALS ATT.

1. 2134 1980-81

2. 1983 1979-80

3. 1971 2006-07

4. 1911 1985-86

5. 1905 1982-83

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SCORING

YEAR NAME PPG

2010-11 Shamiea Green 14.4

2009-10 Jessie Miller 13.7

2008-09 Jessie Miller 13.0

2007-08 Jessie Miller 14.0

2006-07 LaShonda Grant 15.5

2005-06 LaShonda Grant 15.1

2004-05 LaShonda Grant 13.9

2003-04 Chrissy Dizon 14.3

2002-03 LeKesha Williams 19.3

2001-02 Jaysie Chambers 12.1

2000-01 Melea Clark 15.3

1999-00 Kimberly Henry 13.6

1998-99 Holly Tamm 15.0

1997-98 Jackie Gray 14.0

1996-97 Joanne McCarthy 18.4

1995-96 Joanne McCarthy 18.2

1994-95 Penny Armstrong 22.2

1993-94 Penny Armstrong 21.5

1992-93 Angela Gilbert 21.1

1991-92 Angela Gilbert 15.3

1990-91 Jacquese Gilbert 15.2

1989-90 Sheryl Lynch 12.3

1988-89 Jacquese Gilbert 14.3

BEST FIELD GOAL PCT.

1. .437 1977-78

2. .424 1995-96

3 .420 2005-06

4. .417 1983-84

.417 1984-85

MOST REBOUNDS

1. 1303 1979-80

2. 1253 1991-92

3. 1238 1985-86

4. 1196 2006-07

5. 1185 1993-94

1185 1995-96

MOST 3PT FIELD GOALS MADE

1. 200 2005-06

2. 172 2006-07

3. 160 2003-04

4. 157 1999-00

5. 154 1993-94

MOST 3PT FIELD GOALS ATT.

1. 594 2005-06

2. 534 2006-07

3. 492 1993-94

4. 472 2003-04

5. 471 2004-05

BEST 3PT FIELD GOAL PCT.

1. .400 1990-91

2. .374 1994-95

3. .370 1986-87

.370 1987-88

5. .363 1995-96

MOST STEALS

1. 344 2002-03

2. 340 2005-06

3. 326 2006-07

4. 318 1980-81

5. 295 1988-89

295 1992-93

MOST FREE THROWS MADE

1. 424 1995-96

2. 410 1992-93

3. 398 2002-03

4. 394 2006-07

5. 392 1986-87

MOST FREE THROWS ATT.

1. 625 1995-96

2. 597 2006-07

3. 594 1993-94

4. 593 1992-93

5. 583 1984-85

BEST FREE THROW PCT.

1. .706 1996-97

2. .696 1989-90

.696 2009-10

.696 2010-11

5. .695 2005-06

MOST BLOCKS

1. 173 1977-78

2. 136 2009-10

3. 130 2007-08

4. 125 1991-92

5. 120 1999-00

YEAR NAME PPG

1987-88 Robyn Frascati 12.0

1986-87 Donna Clark 16.5

1985-86 Donna Clark 11.6

1984-85 Tonya Matz 12.5

1983-84 Tracy Manuel 18.1

1982-83 Phyliss Curry 14.7

1981-82 Angie Wright 12.9

1980-81 Ava Walker 18.0

1979-80 Sharon Carroll 22.7

1978-79 Sharon Carroll 18.7

1977-78 Sharon Carroll 17.4

REBOUNDING

YEAR NAME RPG

2010-11 Jasmine Bailey 9.3

2009-10 Jasmine Bailey 8.1

2008-09 Jasmine Bailey 6.5

2007-08 Nikki Grobbecker 6.6

2006-07 Jacquay Holmes 5.1

2005-06 Nicole Rinaldi 5.1

2004-05 Dejeanette Flournoy 8.5

2003-04 Dejeanette Flournoy 10.3

2002-03 Jaysie Chambers 10.8

2001-02 Jaysie Chambers 7.1

2000-01 Jaysie Chambers 6.2

MOST ASSISTS

1. 492 2006-07

2. 486 2005-06

3. 479 1979-80

4. 476 2001-02

5. 459 2002-03

MOST TURNOVERS

1. 705 1991-92

2. 685 1979-80

685 1989-90

4. 666 1990-91

5. 663 1997-98

MOST PERSONAL FOULS

1. 619 1995-96

2. 580 2002-03

3. 577 1993-94

4. 573 2005-06

5. 561 1992-93

561 2001-02

MOST DISQUALIFICATIONS

1. 26 1980-81

2. 24 1982-83

3. 23 1998-99

4. 22 1988-89

5. 19 1996-97

YEARLY SCORING & REBOUNDING LEADERS

YEAR NAME PPG

1999-00 Jaysie Chambers 6.0

1998-99 Holly Tamm 5.0

1997-98 Dawnya Underwood 6.9

1996-97 Trenise Crowell 7.7

1995-96 Heather McKenna 6.5

1994-95 Jasmine Strange 7.3

1993-94 McKenna/Strange 9.0

1992-93 Angela Gilbert 10.2

1991-92 Angela Gilbert 10.9

1990-91 Angela Gilbert 10.6

1989-90 Michelle Crosby 5.4

1988-89 Lisa Hughes 9.3

1987-88 Tamara Wilson 6.9

1986-87 Donna Clark 9.3

1985-86 Donna Clark 8.8

1984-85 Erin Maloney 7.4

1983-84 Tracy Manuel 11.3

1982-83 Tracy Manuel 8.5

1981-82 Angie Wright 8.4

1980-81 Gloria Lee 7.6

1979-80 Sharon Carroll 14.7

1978-79 Sharon Carroll 12.4

1977-78 Sharon Carroll 14.6


SEASON RESULTS & COACHING RECORDS

SEASON WON LOST PCT. HEAD COACH

1971-72 1 6 .143 Linda James

1972-73 3 6 .333 Pat DeBennedeto

1973-74 4 4 .500 Linda Bain

1974-75 7 8 .457 Mary Kay Walsh

1975-76 10 8 .556 Mary Kay Walsh

1976-77 16 8 .667 Mary Kay Walsh

1977-78 16 6 .727 Mary Kay Walsh

1978-79 9 14 .391 Louis & Claudia Prete

1979-80 18 11 .621 Louis & Claudia Prete

1980-81 13 16 .448 Louis & Claudia Prete

1981-82 14 13 .519 Louis & Claudia Prete

1982-83 4 24 .143 Barbara Edwards

1983-84 8 20 .286 Barbara Edwards

1984-85 12 16 .429 Barbara Edwards

1985-86 12 16 .429 Barbara Edwards

1986-87 5 22 .185 Barbara Edwards

1987-88 2 26 .071 Francine St. Clair

1988-89 5 23 .179 Francine St. Clair

1989-90 2 26 .071 Francine St. Clair

1990-91 9 19 .321 Eileen McMahon

1991-92 6 22 .214 Eileen McMahon

1992-93 15 13 .536 Eileen McMahon

1993-94 12 16 .429 Eileen McMahon

1994-95 15 12 .555 Eileen McMahon

1995-96 17 14 .548 Eileen McMahon

1996-97 8 19 .296 Eileen McMahon

1997-98 7 20 .259 Eileen McMahon

1998-99 5 22 .185 Tim Eatman

1999-00 14 15 .483 Tim Eatman

2000-01 10 19 .345 Tim Eatman

2001-02 15 15 .500 Tim Eatman

2002-03 17 11 .607 Lisa Ryckbosch

2003-04 12 16 .428 Lisa Ryckbosch

2004-05 14 15 .483 Lisa Ryckbosch

2005-06 16 14 .533 Lisa Ryckbosch

2006-07 19 13 .593 Lisa Ryckbosch

2007-08 10 20 .333 Lisa Ryckbosch

2008-09 14 16 .467 Lisa Ryckbosch

2009-10 12 18 .400 Lisa Ryckbosch

2010-11 14 16 .467 Lisa Ryckbosch

Totals: 422 618 .406

As D-I: 340 546 .384

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COACHING RECORDS

YEARS WON LOST PCT.

Linda James (1971-72) 1 1 6 .143

Pat DeBennedeto (1972-73) 1 3 6 .333

Linda Bain (1973-74) 1 4 4 .500

Mary Kay Walsh (1974-78) 4 49 30 .620

Louis & Claudia Prete (1978-82) 4 54 54 .500

Barbara Edwards (1982-87) 5 41 98 .295

Francine St. Clair (1987-90) 3 9 75 .107

Eileen McMahon (1990-98) 8 89 135 .397

Tim Eatman (1998-2002) 4 44 71 .423

Lisa Ryckbosch (2002-2011) 9 128 139 .479

Totals 40 422 618 .406

MOST WINS

SINGLE SEASON

WIN LOST PCT.

Lisa Ryckbosch (2006-07) 19 13 .593

Louis & Claudia Prete (1979-80) 18 11 .621

Lisa Ryckbosch (2002-03) 17 11 .607

Eileen McMahon (1995-96) 17 14 .548

Mary Kay Walsh (1977-78) 16 6 .727

Mary Kay Walsh (1976-77) 16 8 .667

Lisa Ryckbosch (2005-06) 16 14 .533

BEST WINNING PERCENTAGE

SINGLE SEASON

WIN LOST PCT.

Mary Kay Walsh (1977-78) 16 6 .727

Mary Kay Walsh (1976-77) 16 8 .667

Louis & Claudia Prete (1979-80) 18 11 .621

Lisa Ryckbosch (2002-03) 17 11 .607

Lisa Ryckbosch (2006-07) 19 13 .593

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AWARDS & ACCOLADES

1991

Jacquese Gilbert - Second Team All-North Star Conference

Angela Gilbert - Third Team All-North Star Conference

1992

Angela Gilbert - First Team All-North Star Conference

Penny Armstrong - North Star Conference All-Newcomer Team

1993

Angela Gilbert - First Team All-Mid-Continent Conference

Joanne McCarthy - Mid-Continent Conference All-Newcomer Team

1994

Penny Armstrong - First Team All-Mid-Continent Conference

Jamie Pekoe - Mid-Continent Conference All-Newcomer Team

1995

Penny Armstrong - MCC Player of the Year - First-Team All-MCC

1996

Joanne McCarthy - First-Team All-MCC

1997

Joanne McCarthy - MCC Player of the Year - First-Team All-MCC

1998

Jackie Gray - MCC Newcome of the Year - MCC All-Newcomer Team -

MCC All-Defensive Team

1999

Holly Tamm - First-Team All-MCC

2000

Kimberly Henry - MCC Newcomer of the Year - MCC All-Newcomer Team

Melea Clark - MCC All-Newcomer Team

2001

Melea Clark - Second-Team All-MCC

2002

Jaysie Chambers - Second-Team All-Horizon League

2003

Jaysie Chambers - First-Team All-Horizon League - Horizon League All-

Defensive Team

LeKesha Williams - First-Team All-Horizon League - Horizon League

All-Defensive Team

2004

Chrissy Dizon - Second-Team All-Horizon League

LaShonda Grant - Horizon League All-Newcomer Team

Krystal Hugelier - Horizon League All-Newcomer Team

2005

Dejeantte Flournoy - Second-Team All-Horizon League

LaShonda Grant - Second-Team All-Horizon League

2006

Chrissy Dizon - Second-Team All-Horizon League - Horizon League All-

Defensive Team

LaShonda Grant - Second-Team All-Horizon League

2007

LaShonda Grant - First-Team All-Horizon League

Jessie Miller - Horizon League All-Newcomer Team

Jackie Parker - Horizon League All-Defensive Team

2008

Jessie Miller - Second-Team All-Horizon League

2009

Jessie Miller - Second-Team All-Horizon League

Jasmine Bailey - Horizon League Newcomer of the Year - Horizon League

All-Newcomer Team

Shamiea Green - Horizon League All-New Comer Team

2010

Jasmine Bailey - Second-Team All-Horizon League - Horizon League

All-Defensive Team

Jessie Miller - Second-Team All-Horizon League

Taylor Foulks - Horizone League All-Newcomer Team

2011

Briana Hinkle - Horizon League All-Defensive Team


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1971-72

Record: 1-6

L 29-36 Northeastern Illinois

L 42-47 George Williams

L 29-56 Concordia

L 42-51 Austin Town Hall

L 30-56 Aurora

L 22-60 Wheaton

W 68-14 University of Chicago

1972-73

Record: 3-6

W 45-36 Aurora

W 41-26 Chicago State

L 30-36 Northeastern Illinois

L 39-56 George Williams

L 23-50 Concordia

L 34-40 Principia

L 32-55 Western Illinois

W 45-32 Wright JC

L 27-53 Valparaiso

1973-74

Record: 4-4

W 53-31 DePaul

W 50-43 University of Chicago

L 30-43 George Williams

L 49-57 Northeastern Illinois

L 32-49 Aurora

L 29-49 University of Chicago

W 38-32 Elmhurst

W 57-43 Olivet Nazarene

1974-75

Record: 7-8

W 49-35 Triton JC

W forfeit Loyola

L 47-68 Chicago State

L 33-56 Wright JC

L 31-56 George Williams

L 50-88 Illinois State

W 48-39 Trinity

L 41-64 Concordia

W 58-51 DePaul

L 44-57 Northeastern Illinois

L 52-57 University of Chicago

W 52-32 Barat

L 51-57 Chicago State

W 54-25 Elmhurst

W 47-41 Northwestern

1975-76

Record: 10-8

L 37-39 Eastern Illinois

W 91-36 Triton JC

W 57-52 Wright JC

W 72-32 Northern Illinois

W 79-38 DePaul

L 60-68 Western Illinois

W 42-35 George Williams

L 49-72 Illinois

W 90-67 Northeastern Illinois

W 97-39 Purdue-Calumet

L 48-50 Concordia

W 54-34 Northwestern

L 38-49 Indiana State

L 48-59 Ball State

W 61-58 Northwestern

W 60-58 Western Illinois

L 49-59 Southern Illinois

L 58-65 Illinois

1976-77

Record: 16-8

W 89-27 St. Leo

W 74-43 Rollins

L 42-47 South Florida

W 53-36 University of Chicago

W 86-26 Loyola

W 59-50 Western Illinois

W 70-31 Northeastern Illinois

W 59-58 George Williams

W 62-59 Wisconsin

W 54-33 SIU-Edwardsville

L 61-62 Indiana State

L 41-66 Western Michigan

W 69-58 Northern Illinois

W 73-58 Wright JC

W 59-57 Northwestern

L 33-68 Southern Illinois

L 64-78 Eastern Illinois

W 77-58 DePaul

W 53-52 Concordia

L 41-56 Illinois

W 53-44 Northern Illinois

W 53-51 Illinois

L 59-85 Illinois State

L 47-65 Southern Illinois

1977-78

Record: 16-6

W 86-37 @ Missouri-St. Louis

W 88-53 @ SIU-Edwardsville

L 65-81 Grand Valley State

W 63-56 @ Western Illinois

W 73-67 @ Wisconsin

W 65-49 Wisconsin *

W 56-50 Central Michigan *

W 52-47 Southern Illinois

W 76-49 George Williams

W 83-55 DePaul

L 66-69 @ Illinois State

W 85-56 @ Northern Illinois

L 71-80 @ Western Michigan !

W 67-54 Western Ontario !

W 76-40 Marshall !

W 74-54 @ Concordia

L 68-77 @ Northwestern

W 87-70 Lewis

W 77-55 Eastern Illinois

W 66-48 Illinois #

L 56-60 Southern Illinois #

L 44-69 Northwestern #

* SIU Tournament

! Western Michigan Tournament

# State Championships

1978-79

Record: 9-14

L 53-71 Grandview *

W 65-63 South Dakota *

L 63-75 @ Illinois State

W 72-66 Wisconsin

W 79-57 Concordia

L 70-84 @ Memphis State

L 67-77 Indiana State

L 73-75 DePaul

W 97-44 Wayne State

L 59-84 @ Drake

L 68-81 @ Western Illinois

L 48-51 @ Purdue

L 53-67 Northwestern

W 63-41 UW-Stevens Point !

L 54-59 Iowa State !

W 73-46 Northern Illinois

L 60-61 @ Ohio State

W 61-47 @ Eastern Illinois

W 70-55 Western Michigan

L 48-50(ot) Southern Illinois

L 51-57 Indiana

W 84-48 Chicago State #

L 43-68 Southern Illinois #

* Grandview Invitational

! Badger Invitational

# State Championships

1979-80

Record: 18-11

W 62-54 @ Northern Illinois

W 74-73 @ Illinois

L 62-77 @ Indiana

L 64-65 @ Indiana State

W 68-63(2ot) @Southern Ill.

L 71-76 @ Western Michigan

W 73-60 @ Wayne State

W 100-27 St. Clair CC *

W 6-42 Michigan-Dearborn *

W 60-41 St. Clair CC *

W 76-47 Loyola

W 85-80 Eastern Illinois

W 62-52 Marquette

W 76-74 Purdue

W 84-75 @ Lincoln College

L 62-71 Western Michigan !

W 71-54 Wisconsin !

W 68-65 Wisconsin-LaCrosse !

L 63-84 @ DePaul

L 55-75 Illinois State

L 67-86 @ Northwestern

W 79-77 Western Illinois

W 71-59 Notre Dame

L 63-68 @ Wisconsin

W 67-57 Southern Illinois #

L 75-80 Northwestern #

W 84-48 Chicago State #

L 43-68 Southern Illinois #

L 55-93 Illinois State #

* Can-Am Tournament

! Illinois State Tournament

# State Championships

1980-81

Record: 13-16

N28 L 62-76 @ Toledo

N29 L 62-76 @ Detroit

D4 W 70-64 @ Valparaiso

D6 L 63-74 @ Western Illinois

D12 L 62-74 @ Purdue

D13 L 60-97 @ Eastern Illinois

D17 L 50-73 @ Lewis

D20 L 80-85 @ Illinois Central

D22 W 91-78 Southern Illinois

J3 L 61-84 Illinois

J10 W 74-66 Indiana State

J3 L 38-70 @ Illinois State

J18 W 78-61 @ Notre Dame

J21 W 78-75 DePaul

J24 W 85-81 @ Loyola

J25 L 53-63 @ Lincoln College

J29 L 69-79 Northwestern

J31 L 61-62 @ Bradley

F5 W 91-70 Carthage

F7 W 87-81 Indiana

F12 W 66-63 @ Marquette

F14 W 85-61 @ UW-Parkside

F17 L 57-82 Wisconsin

F20 W 78-77 Iowa

F21 L 55-61 @ UW-Whitewater

F24 L 78-84 Northern Illinois

F27 W forfeit Ball State

F28 W 87-73 @ North Central

M5 L 67-95 Illinois #

# State Championships

1981-82

Record: 14-13

N21 L 55-76 Illinois State

N24 W 64-47 Marquette

D5 L 73-99 @ Illinois

D10 L 53-75 @ Wisconsin

D12 L 59-77 @ Southern Illinois

D19 L 52-69 @ Iowa

D22 W 68-45 Lewis

J2 W 86-69 Iowa State

J3 L 59-62 Kent State

J6 W 80-70 Illinois Central

J9 L 60-78 @ Indiana State

J13 W 72-58 Loyola

J15 W 81-53 Western Illinois

J16 L 49-54 @ Milwaukee

J21 L 60-67 Northwestern

J23 W 85-61 Bradley

J27 W 72-41 Valparaiso

J29 W 62-61 Minnesota

F3 L 44-61 @ DePaul

F5 W 65-58 Toledo

F7 L 54-65 @ Green Bay

F9 W 93-66 UW-Whitewater

F12 L 51-58 Detroit

F19 W 73-39 UW-Parkside

F20 W 73-58 Eastern Illinois

F26 L 53-70 @ Northern Illinois

F26 W 64-50 Purdue

1982-83

Record: 4-24

N20 L 47-103 @ Illinois State

N23 W 76-61 @ Marquette

N26 L 32-90 Wisconsin

D1 L 64-77 @ Illinois

D5 L 49-81 @ Minnesota

D10 L 61-65 @ Eastern Michigan

D11 L 56-80 DePaul

D14 L 62-94 Green Bay

D17 L 53-70 Southern Illinois

D21 L 55-81 Indiana State

J5 L 61-63 Milwaukee

J8 L 76-100 @ Bradley

J10 L 68-83 @ Loyola

J15 W 78-67 Ferris State

J17 L 72-91 @ Northern Iowa

J23 L 61-88 @ Notre Dame

J26 W 89-80 @ Western Illinois

J29 L 61-70 @ Detroit

F5 L 61-79 @ Cleveland State

F8 L 43-52 DePaul

F10 L 64-77 Dayton

F12 L 54-65 Northern Iowa

F16 L 49-60 Cleveland State

F19 L 55-64 @ Eastern Illinois

F21 L 73-93 @ Drake

F23 L 65-70 @ Iowa State

F26 W 84-74(ot) SW Missouri

M3 L 58-70 Loyola

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1983-84

Record: 8-20

N17 L 63-69 Northeastern Illinois

N22 L 72-80 Illinois State

N25 L 42-52 DePaul *

N26 L 54-62 Loyola *

D3 L 63-65 Western Illinois

D7 L 64-71 @ Wisconsin

D9 L 56-66 @ Illinois !

D10 L 68-88 Wichita State !

D13 L 53-67 @ Southern Illinois

D17 L 62-65 Eastern Michigan

D18 L 54-72 @ Loyola

D20 W 74-44 Northern Iowa

D28 L 71-73 Rider $

D29 W 61-60(ot) St. Francis (NY) $

J2 L 63-72 @ St. Joseph’s

J4 L 61-74 @ SE Missouri

J7 W 81-74 Iowa State

J21 W 58-57 Cleveland State

J26 L 63-67 Green Bay

J28 W 85-67 Natl. Col.-Education

J30 L 50-58 Eastern Illinois

F10 W 90-73 @ Xavier

F11 L 60-83 @ Dayton

F17 W 74-67 Florida International

F22 L 63-75 Loyola

F27 L 58-77 Notre Dame

F29 L 61-77 @ DePaul

M5 W 64-48 Evansville

* Chicagoland Classic

! Illini Classic

$ Wagner Christmas Tourney

1984-85

Record: 12-16

N13 W 62-41 Chicago State

N19 W 77-49 @ Natl. Col.-Edu.

N24 L 57-75 @ Northwestern

D1 W 80-50 Butler

D8 L 69-76 Bradley

D11 W 88-85(2ot) Eastern Wash.

D12 L 59-61 @ Western Illinois

D15 L 64-71 @ Loyola

D17 L 57-64 @ Illinois

D19 W 84-65 @ Northern Iowa

D20 L 56-78 @ Iowa State

D28 L 57-61 Miami (Ohio)

D29 W 72-61 SW Missouri

J2 L 60-75 @ Central Florida

J3 L 35-74 @ Florida

J7 W 54-52 New Mexico State

J12 W 69-63 SIU-Edwardsville

J14 L 49-70 @ Notre Dame

J16 L 35-83 @ Illinois State

J20 L 56-74 @ Evansville

J21 L 56-73 @ Eastern Illinois

J30 L 58-61 DePaul

F4 W 59-54 @ Butler

F11 W 82-62 Xavier

F16 L 69-75 @ Cleveland State

F18 W 62-61 Quincy

F23 W 74-64 Valparaiso

M4 L 55-68 Loyola

1985-86

Record: 12-16

N26 W 72-47 St. Francis (Ill.)

N27 W 59-51 Mississippi State

N29 L 61-67 West Texas State *

N30 W 77-71 Tulsa *

D9 W 57-54 Western Illinois

D11 L 55-71 Wisconsin

D14 L 45-70 Loyola

D16 L 67-68 @ Illinois Central

D18 L 50-82 @ Bradley

D28 W 53-50 @ Chicago State

D30 L 57-80 Iowa State

J2 L 44-74 Illinois State

J4 W 74-67 Missouri-St. Louis

J7 L 57-70 Eastern Illinois

J10 L 71-69 Evansville

J14 L 47-57 Creighton

J16 L 89-94 @ Georgia State

J18 L 87-92 @ Mercer

J27 W 69-40 Northeastern Illinois

J30 W 68-59 Green Bay

F5 W 72-63 @ Butler

F10 L 42-67 Notre Dame

F12 L 50-68 Northwestern

F17 W 60-58 @ Valparaiso

F24 W 76-68 Marquette

F26 L 78-82 @ Loyola

M1 L 67-75 Cleveland State

* Southwest Missouri Tournament

1986-87

Record: 5-22

N28 L 48-66 @ St. Francis (Ill.)

D11 L 84-95 @ Northern Iowa

D13 L 43-89 @ Iowa State

D18 L 58-102 @ Alabama

D20 L 55-77 @ Mississippi

D27 L 61-84 @ Wisconsin

D30 W 85-83 Wayne State

J2 W 62-60 Butler *

J3 L 73-77 Murray State

J7 L 52-72 @ Green Bay

J10 L 63-86 @ Dayton

J14 L 77-89 @ Marquette

J17 W 96-71 @ Northeastern Illinois

J21 L 58-85 @ DePaul

J24 L 75-91 Northern Illinois

J27 L 80-94 Bradley

J31 L 64-84 DePaul

F2 L 76-84 Evansville

F5 L 61-70 @ Eastern Illinois

F9 L 50-52 Chicago State

F14 L 76-87 Eastern Michigan

F18 L 53-90 @ Notre Dame

F21 W 70-65 Indiana State

F23 W 77-51 Valparaiso

F28 L 60-85 @ Northern Illinois

M3 L 78-88 @ Loyola

M7 L 61-96 @ Cleveland State

* UIC New Year’s Tournament

1987-88

Record: 2-26

D6 L 59-77 St. Francis (Ill.)

D9 W 78-50 Northeastern Illinois

D10 L 55-73 Northern Iowa

D12 L 42-80 Wright State

D13 L 50-105 @ Loyola

D17 L 54-99 @ Murray State

D19 L 38-93 @ Evansville

D20 L 36-69 @ Indiana State

J2 L 49-62 St. Louis *

J3 L 44-45 Chicago State *

J6 L 68-100 @ Marquette

J8 L 59-79 Missouri-Kansas City

J9 W 73-72 Wisconsin-Parkside

J11 L 56-106 @ Northern Illinois

J13 L 44-121 @ DePaul

J18 L 50-75 Dayton

J22 L 50-78 DePaul

J27 L 44-81 @ Butler

J29 L 52-73 Green Bay

F7 L 45-73 Green Bay

F10 L 46-94 Loyola

F13 L 53-82 @ Eastern Michigan

F18 L 74-86 Valparaiso

F24 L 63-72 Marquette

F27 L 59-95 @ Eastern Illinois

F29 L 69-79 @ Valparaiso

M2 L 50-79 Notre Dame

M5 L 58-80 Cleveland State

* UIC New Year’s Tournament

1988-89

Record: 5-23, 3-11 (North Star/6th)

D2 L 64-86 @ Harvard *

D3 L 54-69 Lafayette *

D7 L 67-73 Ball State

D14 L 74-75 @ Wright State

D16 L 61-68 @ Evansville

D17 L 56-70 @ St. Louis

D19 W 60-58 Butler

D21 L 55-65 @ Northern Iowa

J7 L 54-67 Loyola

J8 W 61-47 St. Louis

J10 L 51-57 @ DePaul

J18 L 60-65 @ Valparaiso

J21 L 85-97 @ Northern Illinois

J26 L 47-61 Green Bay

J28 L 49-54 Marquette

J30 L 58-72 @ Wisconsin

F3 W 65-61 @ Cleveland State

F5 L 62-77 @ Akron

F9 L 50-77 DePaul

F12 L 65-85 Northwestern

F15 L 66-96 Northern Illinois

F18 W 63-56 Valparaiso

F21 L 54-73 @ Loyola

F23 L 71-79 @ Marquette

F25 L 54-61 @ Green Bay

M3 W 62-59 Clevleland State

M5 L 57-69 Akron

M9 L 53-67 Green Bay #

* Harvard Invitational

# North Star Conference Tournament

1989-90

Record: 2-26, 1-11 (North Star/7th)

N24 L 55-81 @ Central Michigan *

N25 L 75-89 Florida A&M *

N28 L 66-76 Wisconsin

D2 L 46-83 @ Loyola

D9 W 60-55 Evansville

D16 L 41-70 @ Miami (Fla.)

D17 L 61-87 @ Florida International

D18 L 64-71 Texas Southern

J2 L 57-79 Dartmouth

J5 L 45-68 @ Butler

J10 L 64-77 DePaul

J13 L 50-76 @ Ball State

J17 L 59-75 Valparaiso

J25 L 51-63 Wright State

J27 L 49-72 @ Green Bay

J31 L 50-83 Northern Illinois

F2 W 65-52 Cleveland State

F4 L 62-68 Akron

F8 L 53-78 @ DePaul

F11 L 45-80 @ Northwestern

F17 L 67-71 Marquette

F18 L 70-77 @ Valparaiso

F20 L 50-80 Loyola

F23 L 49-67 Green Bay

F25 L 58-116 @ Northern Illinois

M2 L 60-70 @ Akron

M4 L 57-65 @ Cleveland State

M8 L 45-83 DePaul #

* Comfort Inn/Chippewa Classic

# North Star Tournament

1990-91

Record: 9-19, 6-8 (North Star/5th)

N30 L 59-79 @ Minnesota #

D1 L 72-73 South Florida #

D4 L 65-67 Eastern Illinois

D7 L 63-83 @ Ball State *

D8 L 72-78 Army *

D10 W 66-64 Northern Iowa

D12 L 63-79 @ Wisconsin

D17 L 67-72 Western Illinois

D20 W 78-54 @ Northeastern Illinois

J5 L 56-87 @ Nebraska

J8 W 55-44 Northeastern Illinois

J10 L 74-92 @ Valparaiso

J12 L 53-75 @ Wright State

J16 L 48-63 Milwaukee

J18 W 77-58 Akron

J20 W 67-75 Cleveland State

J24 L 96-55 @ Northern Illinois

J27 L 40-54 Green Bay

J31 L 57-87 @ DePaul

F7 W 75-72 Valparaiso

F10 W 53-48 Wright State

F15 W 82-74 @ Akron

F17 W 72-74 @ Cleveland State

F20 L 67-59 Northern Illinois

F23 L 47-68 @ Green Bay

F25 L 56-67 @ Loyola

M2 L 69-74 DePaul

M7 L 81-73 Valparaiso !

* Minnesota Dial Classic

# Ball State Tournament

! North Star Conference Tournament

1991-92

Record: 6-22, 2-10 (North Star/7th)

N23 L 60-70 Kansas

N25 W 68-64(ot)Kansas State

N29 L 62-70 @ Central Michigan *

N30 L 50-72 Bradley *

D6 L 48-74 @ Indiana #

D7 L 59-70 Evansville #

D14 W 59-57 Eastern Michigan

D20 L 52-60 @ Western Illinois

D22 W 62-60 @ Northern Iowa

D30 L 68-69 @ Northeastern Illinois

J3 L 58-84 Toledo

J8 L 56-84 Valparaiso

J10 L 45-59 Wright State

J13 L 35-68 @ DePaul

J17 L 71-90 @ Akron

J19 W 92-88 @ Cleveland State

J25 L 47-87 @ Green Bay

J27 L 55-72 Northern Illinois

J29 W 77-53 Chicago State

F3 L 53-58 Loyola

F6 L 74-75 @ Valparaiso

F8 L 62-65 @ Wright State

F13 W 76-36 Akron

F15 L 64-70 Cleveland State

F20 L 55-84 @ Northern Illinois

F23 L 51-83 Green Bay

F29 L 63-73 @ Loyola

M6 L 45-87 @ Northern Illinois !

* Comfort Inn/Chippewa Classic

# Full-O-Pep/Hampton Inn Classic

! North Star Conference Tournament


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1992-93

Record: 15-13, 8-8 (Mid-Con/5th)

D2 W 72-59 Northeastern

D5 W 59-58 Fresno State

D9 L 71-76 Notre Dame

D14 L 72-62 @ Toledo

D15 W 74-68 @ Eastern Michigan

D19 L 63-94 @ Kansas

D21 W 61-60 @ Kansas State

J3 W 74-59 @ Chicago State

J11 L 62-71 Green Bay

J14 W 64-45 Wright State

J16 W 65-57 Loyola

J23 W 76-61 Western Illinois

J29 L 84-111 @ Eastern Illinois

J31 W 86-66 Cleveland State

F3 L 53-79 @ Northern Illinois

F6 W 89-58 @ Western Illinois

F10 L 59-76 @ Green Bay

F13 W 75-60 @ Wright State

F17 W 91-81 Valparaiso

F20 W 81-76 Northern Illinois

F25 L 43-82 @ DePaul

F28 W 82-57 Eastern Illinois

M5 L 66-87 @ Cleveland State

M7 L 62-74 @ Youngstown State

M11 W 101-100 Valparaiso !

M12 L 47-81 Northern Illinois !

! Mid-Continent Conference Tournament

1993-94

Record: 12-16 (9-9 Mid-Con/5th)

N27 L 50-93 @ Notre Dame

N29 W 104-49 Chicago State

D7 L 69-78 Illinois

D13 L 72-101 Wisconsin

D18 L 63-76 @ Loyola

D20 L 78-83 @ Michigan

D29 W 78-77 South Florida

J2 W 91-69 Valparaiso

J6 L 56-74 Northern Illinois

J8 L 50-63 Western Illinois

J13 L 51-69 @ Green Bay

J15 W 80-76 @ Milwaukee

J21 W 86-73 Youngstown State

J23 W 74-61 Cleveland State

J27 W 66-58 @ Eastern Illinois

J30 W 58-46 @ Wright State

F1 L 69-76 DePaul

F5 L 78-87 @ Valparaiso

F10 L 56-83 @ Northern Illinois

F12 W 62-58 @ Western Illinois

F17 W 65-63 Green Bay

F20 L 48-66 Milwaukee

F24 L 53-56 @ Youngstown State

F26 L 64-71 @ Cleveland State

M3 W 78-65 Eastern Illinois

M5 L 70-79 Wright State

M10 W 65-62 Valparaiso !

M11 L 64-86 Northern Illnois !

! Mid-Continent Conference Tournament

1994-95

Record: 15-12, 11-5 (MCC/3rd)

N26 L 61-67 @ Oral Roberts

N29 W 62-48 Michigan

D2 W 79-73 Sam Houston State #

D3 L 72-90 Southern Utah #

D9 W 85-53 @ Chicago State

D15 L 61-79 @ Wisconsin

D21 L 56-70 @ Illinois

D29 W 66-63 Bradley

D31 L 66-94 DePaul

J4 L 64-68 Cincinnati

J7 W 80-53 Loyola

J12 L 69-78 @ Green Bay

J14 W 66-52 @ Milwaukee

J19 L 60-64 Butler

J23 W 81-70 Northern Illinois

J26 W 77-74 Cleveland State

J28 L 68-71 @ LaSalle

F2 W 82-65 Xavier

F4 W 56-50 Wright State

F9 W 63-59 @ Detroit

F12 L 57-73 @ Notre Dame

F17 L 61-69 @ Butler

F21 W 66-52 Milwaukee

F26 W 58-56 Green Bay

M1 W 69-67 @ Northern Illinois

M3 W 79-61 @ Loyola

M9 L 67-81 LaSalle !

# University of Nevada Holiday Inn Classic

! MCC Tournament

1995-96

Record: 17-14, 8-8 (MCC/4th)

N24 W 73-65 UT-Martin #

N25 W 59-45 @ SE Missouri #

D2 W 87-62 Chicago State

D9 W 78-70 Oral Roberts

D10 W 56-42 Central Michigan

D14 L 71-76 @ Bradley

D19 W 58-55 Wichita State *

D20 L 69-74(ot) Hawaii *

D21 L 57-72 Princeton *

D30 L 65-81 DePaul

J4 W 55-53 Milwaukee

J6 L 48-49 Green Bay

J10 W 70-62 Wright State

J15 W 66-57 @ Cleveland State

J18 W 81-71 Detroit

J20 W 74-53 Loyola

J24 W 72-55 @ Chicago State

J27 L 77-90 @ Northern Illinois

F1 L 88-100(2ot) @ Butler

F3 W 64-52 @ Wright State

F6 L 50-70 Northwestern

F8 W 70-57 Cleveland State

F15 L 54-84 @ Detroit

F17 L 54-63 @ Loyola

F20 L 64-76 Butler

F22 W 53-46 Northern Illinois

F25 L 71-82 @ Cincinnati

F29 L 68-73 @ Milwaukee

M2 L 59-60(ot)Wisconsin-Green Bay

M7 W 78-76 Cleveland State !

M8 L 46-68 @ Green Bay !

# SEMO Otahkian Shootout

* Hawaii Rainbow Classic

! MCC Championship

1996-97

Record: 8-19, 5-11 (MCC/6th)

N23 L 68-101 @ Northwestern

N29 W 78-59 @ UM-Kansas City #

N30 L 44-61 Mississippi State #

D5 W 75-65 Chicago State

D8 L 44-83 @ Illinois State

D14 L 71-88 Toledo

D 19 L 58-73 Texas-El Paso %

D20 W 61-55 Loyola Marymount %

D30 L 47-97 @ DePaul

J2 W 53-51 Milwaukee

J4 L 58-71 @ Green Bay

J6 W 74-65(ot) Wright State

J9 W 80-68 Cleveland State

J15 L 54-89 @ Detroit

J18 L 67-69 @ Loyola

J21 L 52-96 @ Drake

J25 L 66-73(ot) Northern Illinois

J30 L 62-85 @ Butler

F1 L 41-66 @ Wright State

F6 L 67-71 @ Cleveland State

F13 L 50-63 Detroit

F15 W 69-66(ot) Loyola

F18 L 64-80 Butler

F20 W 60-57 @ Northern Illinois

F27 L 58-73 @ Milwaukee

M1 L 59-64 Green Bay

M6 L 59-65 @ Green Bay !

# Holiday Inn-Overland Park Classic

% Woodlands Plaza Classic

! MCC Championship

1997-98

Record: 7-20, 2-12 (MCC/8th)

N17 L 65-87 Northern Iowa

N21 L 61-89 @ Drake

N25 L 44-61 Yale

N28 L 46-60 Kentucky !

N29 W 56-49 Stetson !

D3 L 49-70 Eastern Illinois

D13 W 57-45 Illinois State

D16 W 69-65 @ Northern Illinois

D20 L 49-97 @ Toledo

D22 W 62-47 @ Chicago State

D30 L 62-73 Valparaiso

J4 L 53-66 @ Milwaukee

J10 L 74-75 Loyola

J12 W 75-63 Northeastern Illinois

J15 L 37-70 @ Wright State

J17 L 64-85 @ Butler

J22 W 86-66 Detroit

J24 L 64-80 Cleveland State

J31 L 40-61 @ Green Bay

F7 W 65-57 @ Loyola

F12 L 67-84 Butler

F14 L 50-52 Wright State

F19 L 67-78 @ Cleveland State

F21 L 65-78 @ Detroit

F26 L 51-59 Green Bay

F28 L 53-57 Milwaukee

M5 L 65-90 @ Butler #

! CableVision Classic

# MCC Championship

1998-99

Record: 5-22, 3-11 (MCC/6th)

N20 L 52-81 @ Northern Iowa

N23 L 50-60 Northern Illinois

N27 L 50-62 Wyoming ^

N28 L 55-76 Brigham Young ^

D5 W 62-61(ot) @ Chicago State

D13 W 88-74 Boston

D17 L 57-66 Eastern Michigan

D19 L 44-68 Evansville

D21 L 54-63 Loyola College

D28 L 54-72 DePaul

J5 L 57-67 @ Eastern Illinois

J9 W 61-44 @ Loyola

J14 L 55-60 Wright State

J16 L 65-84 Butler

J18 L 49-91 @ Valparaiso

J21 L 52-60 @ Detroit

J23 L 51-57 @ Cleveland State

J28 L 48-57 Milwaukee

J30 L 40-63 Green Bay

F6 L 63-70 Loyola

F11 L 43-87 @ Butler

F13 W 52-50 @ Wright State

F18 W 65-51 Cleveland State

F20 L 76-87 Detroit

F25 L 51-76 @ Green Bay

F27 L 60-73 @ Milwaukee

M4 L 44-64 Detroit #

^ Pepsi Shootout

# MCC Championship

1999-2000

Record: 14-15, 7-5 (MCC/3rd)

N19 L 47-61 Valparaiso

N23 W 71-55 @South Alabama

N26 W 77-62 Delaware State!

N27 W 80-74(ot)Troy State!

N29 L 46-62 @Southern Illinois

D3 W 59-42 Chicago State

D10 W 82-75 @Ball State

D14 L 50-75 @St. John’s

D18 L 44-66 @California^

D19 L 70-79 vs. Pepperdine^

D28 L 50-68 Texas A&M

D30 L 54-63 @Eastern Michigan

J2 L 80-83(3ot) @DePaul

J13 W 63-49 @Wright State

J15 L 73-79 @Butler

J20 L 73-81 Detroit

J22 L 70-79 Cleveland State

J29 L 42-59 @ Green Bay

J31 L 54-62 @ Milwaukee

F4 W 73-64 Loyola

F10 L 54-59 Butler

F12 W 68-61 Wright State

F17 W 60-53 @Cleveland State

F19 W 76-65 @Detroit

F24 W 54-53 Green Bay

F26 W 63-45 Milwaukee

M4 W 55-49 @Loyola

M9 W 59-49 vs. Butler%

M10 L 63-70 vs. Green Bay%

! Home Run Inn UIC Thanksgiving Tournament

^ Oakland Tribune Classic (Berkeley, Calif)

% MCC Championship (Detroit, Mich.)

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2000-01

Record: 10-19, 6-8 (MCC/5th)

N18 L 40-57 Southern Illinois

N21 L 49-52 @Chicago State

N24 W 51-31 South Alabama!

N25 L 43-73 Alabama!

N30 L 44-57 @Bradley

D10 L 47-54 @Texas A&M

D16 L 56-58 @Valparaiso

D19 L 44-69 @Evansville

D23 L 58-72 DePaul

D28 W 76-61 @Troy State

D30 L 58-93 Ball State

J2 L 49-58 @Norfolk State

J4 W 72-60 @Morgan State

J11 W 63-55 Wright State

J13 L 59-68 Butler

J18 L 54-62 @Detroit

J20 W 69-63 @Cleveland State

J25 L 51-55 Milwaukee

J27 L 62-75 Green Bay

F3 W 85-71 Loyola

F8 W 72-62 @Butler

F10 L 53-65 @Wright State

F15 W 92-71 Cleveland State

F17 L 54-65 Detroit

F22 L 51-80 @ Green Bay

F24 L 61-71 @ Milwaukee

M1 W 77-67 @Loyola

M8 W 65-63 Cleveland State^

M9 L 55-72 Green Bay^

! 2000 UIC Home Run Inn Thanksgiving Tournament

(UIC Pavilion)

^ 2001 MCC Tournament (UIC Pavilion)

2001-02

Record: 15-15, 6-10 (Horizon League/7th)

N16 W 92-87 (ot) Columbia University

N18 W 65-52 St. John’s

N24 W 77-66 Air Force!

N25 W 92-51 Alcorn State!

D3 W 60-59 Wright State

D8 L 43-62 vs. Baylor#

D9 L 50-71 @ Hawaii#

D15 W 55-48 (ot) Chicago State

D17 W 71-53 IUPU-Fort Wayne

D20 L 53-69 Bradley

D23 W 60-50 @ Akron

D28 L 64-69 Holy Cross

D30 W 56-45 Delaware State

J3 L 52-65 @ Green Bay

J5 L 62-67 @ Milwaukee

J8 L 59-61 @ Loyola

J10 W 53-44 @ Cleveland State

J17 L 56-64 Youngstown State

J19 W 83-76 Butler

J24 L 65-83 @ Detroit

J28 L 62-77 @ Youngstown State

J31 L 66-75 Milwaukee

F2 L 52-66 Green Bay

F9 W 69-58 Loyola

F14 L 48-60 Wright State

F16 W 60-51 @ Butler

F21 W 63-58 Detroit

F23 L 57-64 Cleveland State

F28 W 75-67 Milwaukee $

M1 L 55-38 Detroit $

! 2001 Home Run Inn UIC Thanksgiving Tournament

# Tesoro Invitational (Honolulu, Hawaii)

$ Horizon League Championship

(Chicago, Ill.)

2002-03

Record: 17-11, 11-5 (Horizon League/2nd)

N22 W 58-53 @ Northwestern

N24 W 65-53 Akron

N29 W 72-45 Morgan State !

D1 L 64-65 Mississippi !

D5 W 72-55 Illinois State

D8 W 74-70 @ Delaware State

D16 L 72-80 @ Alabama

D17 L 53-74 @ Troy State

D19 W 72-71 @ Chicago State

D22 L 70-81 Western Kentucky

D30 L 59-78 Green Bay

J2 W 82-66 Wright State

J4 L 63-69 @ Butler

J6 L 63-87 @ DePaul

J9 W 84-73 Milwaukee

J16 L 68-82 @ Cleveland State

J18 W 77-59 Detroit

J23 W 80-69 @ Loyola

J25 W 76-60 Youngstown State

F1 L 56-97 @ Green Bay

F5 W 76-57 @ Wright State

F8 W 82-64 Butler

F12 L 49-61 @ Milwaukee

F20 W 85-80 Cleveland State

F22 W 84-81(ot) @ Detroit

F26 W 75-60 Loyola

M1 W 75-69 @ Youngstown State

M6 L 43-63 Detroit $

! 2002 Home Run Inn UIC Thanksgiving Tournament

$ Horizon League Championship

(Green Bay, Wis.)

2003-04

Record: 12-16, 6-10 (Horizon League/7th)

N24 W 65-50 Eastern Illinois

N26 W 76-71ot@ Brown

N28 L 85-87ot@ Holy Cross

D4 W 70-61 Northern Iowa

D6 W 77-66 @ Air Force

D12 L 60-106 DePaul

D14 L 64-74 @Illinois State

D18 L 77-783ot Northwestern

D20 W 72-60 Portland State

D30 L 62-65 @ Loyola !

J3 L 58-74 @ Milwaukee !

J5 L 62-77 Cleveland State !

J8 W 64-57 @ Youngstown State !

J11 L 54-62 @ Western Kentucky

J17 W 64-61 Wright State !

J19 L 60-73 Green Bay !

J22 W 49-66 @ Detroit !

J24 L 55-57 @ Cleveland State !

J29 W 56-51 Youngstown State !

J31 L 47-61 Detroit !

F4 W 71-69 Loyola !

F7 W 91-68 @ IPFW

F12 L 81-89 @ Butler !

F14 W 70-54 @ Wright State !

F19 L 64-73 UW-Milwaukee !

F21 L 50-67 Butler !

F28 L 56-73 @ Green Bay !

M4 L 59-72 @ Milwaukee *

! Horizon League Contest

*Horizon League Tournament

2004-05

Record: 14-15, 10-6 (Horizon League/4th)

N20 L 58-72 @Northern Iowa

N24 L 67-83 Bradley

N26 W 55-41 vs. Arkansas Little Rock*

N27 L(ot)82-85 SEMO

N30 L 54-97 @ DePaul

D2 L 72-78 @ Eastern Illinois

D4 L 59-87 @ Mississippi

D12 L 64-75 @ Central Michigan

D14 W 71-64 @ Northwestern

D16 L 71-74 Dartmouth

D18 W 78-76 SEMO

D23 L 80-95 Loyola !

J3 L 68-75 @ Cleveland State !

J6 W 56-48 Youngstown State !

J12 L 45-89 @ Green Bay !

J15 W 56-51 @ Wright State !

J17 W 64-55 Milwaukee !

J20 W 75-58 Detroit !

J22 W 82-70 Cleveland State !

J27 W 73-65 @ Youngstown State !

J29 W 63-48 @ Detroit !

F3 W 64-50 @ Loyola !

F9 W 74-70 Butler !

F12 L 57-58 Wright State !

F17 L 68-76 @ Milwaukee !

F19 W 72-67 @ Butler !

F26 L 53-74 Green Bay !

M3 W 78-47 Butler#

M6 L 59-72 Green Bay#

* @ SEMO Tournament

! Horizon League contest

# Horizon League Tournament

2005-06

Record: 16-14, 10-6 (Horizon League/3rd)

N18 L 73-78 @Bradley

N20 W 84-39 Alabama State

N22 L 62-67 Central Michigan

N26 L 78-81 Northwestern

N28 W 86-77 Eastern Illinois

D2 L 40-51 @ Northern Illinois

D9 L 53-63 Northern Iowa

D11 L 43-73 @ Evansville

D14 W 80-62 Chicago State

D19 L 60-64 Missouri State ^

D20 W 83-67 Mt. Saint Mary’s ^

D31 L 62-70 Green Bay !

J5 W 68-66 Cleveland State !

J7 W 83-64 @ Butler !

J14 W 73-51 Loyola !

J19 L 58-77 @ Green Bay !

J21 L 54-55 @ Milwaukee !

J23 L 59-69 Wright State !

J26 W 75-52 Detroit !

J28 W 74-64 Youngstown State !

F4 W 79-66 @ Loyola !

F9 W 75-52 @ Cleveland State !

F11 W 68-49 @ Youngstown State !

F16 L 53-68 @ Wright State !

F18 W 85-66 Butler !

F23 L 58-62 Milwaukee !

F25 L 67-62 Detroit !

M2 W(ot)80-78Wright State *

M5 W 74-62 Green Bay *

M6 L 63-71 Milwaukee *

^ Fun In The Sun Shootout (Cancun, Mexico)

! Horizon League Contest

* Horizon League Tournament

2006-07

Record: 19-13, 11-5 (Horizon League/2nd)

N11 W 87-83 Western Michigan

N14 L 48-53 Illinois

N17 W 84-68 Central Michigan

N19 W(ot)81-80 @ Eastern Illinois

N25 L 53-69 Evansville

N29 L 57-72 @ Northwestern

D3 L 50-66 @ Northern Iowa

D7 L 53-75 @ Wisconsin

D9 W 58-57 Air Force

D15 W 83-69 Bradley

D17 L 65-74 DePaul

D20 W 80-62 Northern Illinois

D28 L 47-59 @ Green Bay !

D30 L 79-86 @ Milwaukee !

J4 W 72-46 Cleveland State !

J6 W 62-67 Youngstown State !

J11 W 70-64 @ Butler !

J13 W 68-46 @ Wright State !

J20 W 74-57 @ Loyola ¡

J25 W 77-73 Detroit !

F1 W 71-63 @ Youngstown State !

F3 W 68-54 @ Cleveland State !

F8 W 63-55 Wright State !

F10 W 76-70 Butler !

F13 W 75-60 @ Chicago State

F17 W 72-63 Loyola !

F24 W 77-74 @ Detroit !

M1 L 83-89 Milwaukee !

M3 L 45-58 Green Bay !

M7 W 69-50 Cleveland State

M9 L(ot)83-88 vs. Butler

M14 L 97-54 @ Minnesota *

! Horizon League Contest

* WNIT

2007-08

Record: 10-20, 6-12 (Horizon League/8th)

N9 L 76-71 @ Central Michigan

N14 W 53-45 vs. Northwestern

N17 L 69-62 @ Bradley

N20 W 62-58 vs. Eastern Illinois

N25 W 50-42 vs. Northern Illinois

N29 L 74-35 @ DePaul

D2 L 69-57 @ Illinois

D8 L 51-38 @ Western Michigan

D18 L 86-44 vs. LSU *

D19 L 79-55 vs. S. Mississippi *

D28 W 70-62 vs. Bucknell

J3 L 73-62 @ Youngstown State !

J5 L 66-58 @ Cleveland State !

J10 L 72-63 vs. Valparaiso !

J12 L 72-52 vs. Butler !

J19 W 76-69 vs. Loyola !

J23 W 62-59 @ Milwaukee !

J26 L 75-60 @ Green Bay !

J31 W 63-60 vs. Wright State !

F2 W 66-36 vs. Detroit !

F7 L 56-48 @ Butler !

F9 L 76-46 @ Valparaiso !

F16 L 63-57 @ Loyola !

F21 L 78-60 vs. Green Bay !

F23 W 70-69 (2ot) vs. Milwaukee !

F28 L 55-51 @ Detroit !

M3 L 56-48 @ Wright State !

M6 W 93-80 vs. Cleveland State !

M8 L 71-62 vs. Youngstown State !

M10 L 73-69 (ot) vs. Loyola #

* 2007 Caribbean Challenge

! Horizon League contest

# Horizon League Tournament


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2008-09

Record: 14-16, 8-10 (Horizon League/6th)

N22 W 72-61 vs. Bradley

N25 W 63-59 vs. Canisius

N30 W 70-54 vs. SIU Edwardsville

D3 W 53-40 vs. Florida Atlantic

D6 W 54-45 vs. Western Michigan

D18 L 72-60 vs. Cal Poly

D20 L(2ot)85-79@ Northern Illinois

D22 L 90-67 vs. DePaul

D28 L 78-65 @ San Diego *

D30 W 83-63 vs. New Mexico State *

J3 W 60-47 vs. Wright State

J5 W 69-66 vs. Detroit !

J10 W 53-47 @ Loyola !

J15 L 66-64 @ Valparaiso !

J17 L 58-48 @ Butler !

J22 W 71-57 vs. Milwaukee !

J24 L 62-51 vs. Green Bay !

J29 W 57-42 @ Youngstown State !

J31 L 68-60 @ Cleveland State !

F4 L 58-48 @ Eastern Illinois

F7 W 64-50 vs. Loyola !

F12 L 68-49 vs. Butler !

F14 W 61-50 vs. Valparaiso !

F19 L 73-52 @ Green Bay !

F21 L 70-49 @ Milwaukee !

F26 L 83-73 vs. Cleveland State !

F28 W 68-64 vs. Youngstown State !

M5 L 63-55 @ Detroit !

M7 L 49-48 @ Wright State !

M11 L 80-60 @ Cleveland State #

* 2007 Maggie Dixon Classic

! Horizon League contest

# Horizon League Tournament

2009-10

Record: 12-18, 9-9 (Horizon League/5th)

N13 L 49-61 vs. Eastern Michigan

N15 L 64-79 @ Bradley

N20 L 49-63 vs. Colorado *

N21 L 58-94 @ Minnesota *

N25 W 77-59 vs. Niagara

N30 L 46-73 vs. Dayton

D4 L 56-67 @ DePaul

D13 W 69-47 @ Western Michigan

D18 L 59-73 Illinois State

D20 W 62-56 Eastern Illinois

D29 L 55-62 @ Northern Illinois

J2 W 60-51 @ Valparaiso !

J4 W 75-70 @ Butler !

J7 W 78-59 Youngstown State !

J9 L 64-73 Cleveland State !

J14 L 65-66 @ Detroit !

J16 W 57-47 at Wright State !

J21 L 50-51 Milwaukee !

J23 W 81-72 Green Bay !

J30 W 70-66 @ Loyola !

F4 L 51-62 @ Cleveland State !

F6 W 72-53 @ Youngstown State !

F11 W 67-62 Wright State !

F13 L 61-61 Detroit !

F18 L 45-64 @ Green Bay !

F20 W 72-61 @ Milwaukee !

F27 L 64-67 @ Loyola !

M4 L 59-64 Butler !

M6 L 77-88 Valparaiso !

M10 L 72-78 @ Cleveland State #

* Subway Basketball Classic (Minneapolis)

! Horizon League contest

# Horizon League Tournament

2010-11

Record: 14-16, 9-9 (Horizon League/5th)

N12 W 73-57 @ Niagara

N15 L 58-69 Oakland

N17 W 59-56 BYU

N23 L 66-87 DePaul

N27 W 66-65 @ Dayton

N30 W 50-45 Northern Illinois

D4 L(ot)86-94 @ Illinois State

D11 L 62-63 @ Eastern Illinois

D18 L 56-65 Illinois *

D21 W 65-74 Bradley

D23 L 54-74 @ Eastern Michigan

D31 W 59-65 Cleveland State !

J2 W 74-61 Youngstown State !

J8 L 58-69 @ Loyola !

J12 L(ot)78-85 @ Milwaukee !

J15 L 51-60 @ Green Bay !

J20 W 63-42 Valparaiso !

J22 L 61-66 Butler !

J27 W 69-84 @ Wright State !

J29 W 58-66 @ Detroit !

F5 L 47-62 Loyola !

F10 L 50-81 Green Bay !

F12 W 77-65 Milwaukee !

F17 L 57-78 @ Butler !

F19 W 69-64 @ Valparaiso !

F24 W 53-40 Detroit !

F26 W 77-60 Wright State !

M3 L 58-72 @ Youngstown State !

M5 L 68-79 @ Cleveland State !

M9 L 58-61 @ Cleveland State #

* Played at the United Center (Chiacgo, Ill.)

! Horizon League contest

# Horizon League Tournament

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UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

A

Adair, Fredrina 1978-79

Allison, Berneta 1983-84

Armstrong, Penny 1991-95

B

Badillo, Maria 1974-77

Bahnick, Jan 1974-75

Bailey, Jasmine 2008-Current

Bailey, Melanie 1980-81

Baine, Roberta 1988-90

Bartz, Amanda 1999-01

Bennett, Valerie 1977-78

Bielawski, Jaime 1995-99

Biggs, Diane 1984-86

Black, Amy 1984-85

Blackledge, Regina 1988-89

Blackmon, Tiyesh 1992-96

Blackwell, Linda 1979-82

Bolda, Rhonda 1987-88

Borrelli, Eunice 1971-72

Branch, Yvette 1984-86

Briesch, Rosemary 1971-72

C

Cady, Susan 1984-88

Carr, Debra 1977-78

Carroll, Sharon 1977-80

Catlin, Akyla 2001-03

Chakonas, Sandy 1971-72

Chambers, Jaysie 1999-2003

Cheairs, Kristen 2000-02

Chwistek, Sandy 1975-77

Clark, Donna 1985-87

Clark, Katie 1995-97

Clark, Melea 1999-01

Cloherty, Mary Ellen 1971-72

Cole, Cindy 1974-76

Cole, Josie 1998-2002

Coleman, Lakita 1983-88

Contrabone, Judy 1974-75

Cook, Jennifer 1996-00

Crosby, Michelle 1988-90

Crowell, Trenise 1994-97

Culverwell, Nancy 1982-83

Cummens, Megan 2004-2007

Curry, Phyliss 1982-84

D

Dahnke, Heidi 2008-Current

Daniel, Candy 1981-83

DeGroot, Michelle 1990-91

Derrick, Tiamber 2001-03

Dilger, Cindy 1988-90

Dizon, Chrissy 2002-06

Doherty, Madeline 1983-84

Drabik, Dawn 1985-87

Drebos, Sia 2001-03

Duoss, Kelsey 2003-04

F

Faaland, Sarah 1992-94

Flores, Nani 1991-92

Flournoy, Dejeanette 2003-2005

Foulks, Taylor 2009-Current

Fox, Kelly 1982-83

Frascati, Robyn 1985-89

Fudacz, Linda 1971-72

G

Galati, Maria 1995-99

Garrard, Ashley 2002-04

Lauren Gato 2009-10

Georganas, Tasia 1989-93

Gilbert, Angela 1989-93

Gilbert, Jacquese 1988-91

Gilzene, Jody-Ann 1999-2003

Gomolinski, Mary 1975-77

Grancyk, Tracy 1987-88

Grant, LaShonda 2003-2007

Gray, Jackie 1997-98

Green, Shamiea 2007-Current

Green, Viveca 1977-79

Greene, Charissa 2001-02

Gregor, Cathy 1980-82

Griffin, Evelyn 1976-77, 80-81

Grobbecker, Nicole 2005-09

H

Hall, Consuela 1999-2003

Hannemann, Katie 2009-Current

Harper, Nancy 1987-88

Henry, Kimberly 1999-01

Higgins, Erin 2010-11

Hines, Cindy 1984-89

Hinkle, Briana 2006-2011

Hluska, Ashley 2005-09

Holloway, Kim 2000-01

Holmes, Jacquay 2003-07

Hornung, Patricia 2002-04

Hough, Mary 1974-75

Hudson, Knecesia 1997-99

Hugelier, Gina 2003-04

Hugelier, Krystal 2003-07

Hughes, Lisa 1988-89

Hughes, Jennifer 1981-82

Hughes, Ka’Ron 2001-03

Hunt, Sandy 1976-78

Hushka, Jill 2005-07

Hutchens, Meghan 2005-09

I

Isabelli, Joan 1987-88

J

Jenkins, Judy 1981-82

Johnson, Andrea 1991-93

Johnson, Cassie 2006-2010

Johnson, Orjuana 1983-87

Jones, Marquita 2001-03

Jones, Shelisa 1990-93

Jordan, Lynn 1990-94

Jost, Stephanie 1997-01

Jue, Cheryl 1984-85

K

Kluko, C. 1976-77

Kobel, Emily 2010-Current

Kollar, Betty 1978-82

Kukenis, Martha 1983-84

L

LaPointe, Lisa 1990-92

Larson, Linda 1983-87

Lee, Gloria 1978-82

Lynch, Sheryl 1988-90

M

Maloney, Erin 1983-85

Malpede, Mary 1974-75

Manley, Taylor 2007-08

Manuel, Tracy 1982-84

Maslan, Janet 1971-72

Matz, Tonya 1981-85

McCarthy, Amy 1996-98

McCarthy, Joanne 1992-97

McClinton, Brenda 1978-79

McClure, Rosemary 1982-85

McKenna, Heather 1992-96

McMahon, Mary 1982-84

Meadors, Natalie 1987-91

Miklos, Maria 1976-77

Miller, Jessie 2006-10

Miller, Tarrah 2004-05

Milner, Andrea 2002-04

Mistovich, Cathy 1976-80

Moore, Cathy 1987-88

Nicole Muffoletto 2004-06

Murphy, Bridget 1990-94

Myles, Lynette 1978-82

N

Nelson, Diane 1971-72

Nix, Cree 2010-Current

Nixon, Donna 1976-78

Norman, Dawn 1971-72

Norman, Melody 1971-72

O

O’Donoghue, Katie 2007-09

O’Neill, Valerie 1987-92

Orstead, Jessica 1994-95

Osborn, Jennifer 1991-93

P

Panek, Terri 1974-75

Parker, Jackie 2005-07

Partaker, Erin 1997-01

Pearce, Kim 1988-90

Pekoe, Jamie 1993-97

Perkins, Jamise 1989-90

Petersen, Sara 1994-98

Petrinec, Kristin 2007-11

Petrovic, Danica 1988-89

Pillar, Carol 1974-75

Ponto, Carrie 1991-93

Powell, Kiki 1980-82

Q

Quinn, Chastity 2001-05

R

Ramirez, Diane 1974-75

Reece, Delana 1979-81

Rhodes, Stesha 2000-02

Rinaldi, Nicole 2004-08

Robinson, Kierra 2010-Current

Robinson, Ruth 1998-99

Rosenthal, Ivy 1974-75

Ross, Eileen 1974-75

S

Saccaro, Lynn 1971-72

Sasso, Jean 1976-77

Savich, Natalie 1982-83

Schaefer, Nora 1983-84

Schaeffer, Mary Kay 1976-77

Schueler, Kacey 1994-96

Sadler, Shanice 2007-11

Shanahan, Kathy 1976-80

Shepherd, Charlotte 1981-82

Shupryt, Jenny 1982-83

Siekman, Carol 1971-72

Simmard, Connie 1974-75

Sitton, Ellen 1971-72

Smith, Lalita 1989-90

Sroka, Sue 1995-97

Stachon, Toni 1975-78

Stachowiak, Marge 1974-75

Stellmach, Linda 1974-75

Stenkamp, Ellen 1983-87

Stewart, Jo Ann 1981-82

Strange, Jasmine 1991-96

Strickland, Kiara 2008-Current

Susin, Denise 1973-75

Svec, Barb 1980-82

Svec, Jeanne 1976-80

Swanson, Jo Ellen 1982-87

T

Tamm, Holly 1997-99

Tarnai, Zsuzsa 2001-03

Thiesen, Nancy 1974-77

Thomas, Lisa 1975-79

Thompson, Tina 1999-2004

Tomzik, Ashley 2007-08

Trefny, Sue 1971-72

Triplett, Teresa 1981-83

True, Kelly 2003-07

U

Underwood, Dawnya 1993-98

V

Van Ewyk, Julie 1986-91

Vervaet, Carrie 1989-91

Von Vossen, Betty 1974-75

Vrtis, Joan 1976-78

W

Wade, Cheryl 2010-11

Walker, Ava 1980-82

Waller, Georgia 1976-78

Washington, Amber 2003-05

Wawrzyniak, Dominika 1998-99

Weatherspoon, Wanda 1980-82

Welzien, Janice 1976-77

Wenzel, Angela 1998-99

Westrom, Robin 1995-99

Williams, Camillia 1998-99

Williams, LeKesha 1999-2003

Wilson, Angela 1987-88

Wilson, Jan 1977-78

Wilson, Natasha 2001-02

Wilson, Tamara 1987-89

Wright, Angie 1979-82

Wright, Debbie 1976-80

Wright, Winnie 1976-77

Y

Yakimenko, Ekaterina 1999-2001

Z

Zimny, Bobbie 2004-06

This roster was compiled using available

rosters and statistics. Due to incomplete

records, players from 1971 through 1974 are

not all listed.


ALL-TIME RECORD VERSUS OPPONENTS

A

Air Force...........................................................................3-0

Akron .............................................................................. 5-5

Alabama .......................................................................... 0-3

Alabama State .................................................................. 1-0

Alcorn State ..................................................................... 1-0

Arkansas-Little Rock ....................................................... 1-0

Army ............................................................................... 0-1

Aurora ............................................................................. 1-2

Austin Town Hall ............................................................ 0-1

B

Ball State .......................................................................... 2-5

Barat ................................................................................ 1-0

Baylor .............................................................................. 0-1

Boston ............................................................................. 1-0

Bradley .......................................................................... 5-13

Brigham Young ............................................................... 0-1

Brown .............................................................................. 1-0

Bucknell .......................................................................... 1-0

Butler ........................................................................... 17-28

BYU ................................................................................ 1-0

C

California ........................................................................ 0-1

Cal Poly ........................................................................... 0-1

Canisius ........................................................................... 1-0

Carthage .......................................................................... 1-0

Central Florida ................................................................ 0-1

Central Michigan ............................................................ 4-4

Chicago ........................................................................... 3-2

Chicago State ................................................................ 19-5

Cincinnati ....................................................................... 0-2

Cleveland State ............................................................ 29-30

Colorado ......................................................................... 0-1

Columbia ........................................................................ 1-0

Concordia (Ill.) ............................................................... 3-4

Creighton ........................................................................ 0-1

D

Dartmouth ...................................................................... 0-2

Dayton ............................................................................ 1-5

Delaware State ................................................................. 3-0

DePaul ........................................................................... 6-37

Detroit ......................................................................... 18-21

Drake............................................................................... 0-4

E

Eastern Illinois ............................................................. 12-16

Eastern Michigan ............................................................ 2-8

Eastern Washington ........................................................ 1-0

Elmhurst ......................................................................... 2-0

Evansville ......................................................................... 3-9

F

Ferris State ....................................................................... 1-0

Florida ............................................................................. 0-1

Florida A&M .................................................................. 1-1

Florida International ....................................................... 1-1

Fresno State ..................................................................... 1-0

G

George Williams ............................................................. 3-4

Georgia State ................................................................... 0-1

Grand Valley State ........................................................... 0-1

Grandview ....................................................................... 0-1

Green Bay ...................................................................... 6-54

H

Harvard ........................................................................... 0-1

Hawaii ............................................................................. 0-2

Holy Cross ...................................................................... 0-2

I

Illinois ............................................................................ 3-14

Illinois Central CC ......................................................... 1-2

Illinois State ................................................................... 2-12

Indiana ............................................................................ 1-3

Indiana State ................................................................... 2-7

Iowa ................................................................................. 1-1

Iowa State ........................................................................ 2-5

IUPU-Fort Wayne .......................................................... 2-0

K

Kansas ............................................................................. 0-2

Kansas State ..................................................................... 2-0

Kent ................................................................................. 0-1

Kentucky ......................................................................... 0-1

L

Lafayette .......................................................................... 0-1

LaSalle ............................................................................. 0-2

Lewis ............................................................................... 2-1

Lincoln JC ....................................................................... 1-1

Loyola (Ill.) .................................................................. 27-31

Loyola (Md.) ................................................................... 0-1

Loyola Marymount ......................................................... 1-0

LSU ................................................................................. 0-1

M

Marquette ........................................................................ 5-6

Marshall .......................................................................... 1-0

Memphis State ................................................................ 0-1

Mercer ............................................................................. 0-1

Miami (Fla.) .................................................................... 0-1

Miami (Ohio) ................................................................. 0-1

Michigan ......................................................................... 1-1

Michigan-Dearborn ........................................................ 1-0

Milwaukee ................................................................... 14-27

Minnesota ....................................................................... 1-4

Mississippi ....................................................................... 0-2

Mississippi State .............................................................. 1-2

Missouri-Kansas City ...................................................... 1-1

Missouri-St. Louis ........................................................... 2-0

Missouri State ................................................................. 2-3

Morgan State ................................................................... 2-0

Mt. Saint Mary’s.............................................................. 1-0

Murray State .................................................................... 0-2

N

Natl. Col. of Education .................................................. 2-0

Nebraska ......................................................................... 0-1

New Mexico State ........................................................... 2-0

Niagara ............................................................................ 2-0

Norfolk State ................................................................... 0-1

North Central ................................................................. 1-0

Northeastern Illinois ....................................................... 9-6

Northern Illinois ......................................................... 14-26

Northern Iowa .............................................................. 5-10

Northwestern ................................................................ 7-16

Notre Dame .................................................................... 2-9

O

Oakland .......................................................................... 0-1

Ohio State ....................................................................... 0-1

Olivet Nazarene .............................................................. 1-0

Oral Roberts .................................................................... 1-1

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P

Pepperdine....................................................................... 0-1

Portland State .................................................................. 1-0

Principia .......................................................................... 0-1

Princeton ......................................................................... 0-1

Purdue ............................................................................. 2-2

Purdue-Calumet.............................................................. 1-0

Q

Quincy ............................................................................ 1-0

R

Rider ................................................................................ 0-1

Rollins ............................................................................. 1-0

S

Sam Houston State ......................................................... 1-0

San Diego ........................................................................ 0-1

St. Clair CC .................................................................... 2-0

St. Francis (Ill.) ................................................................ 1-2

St. Francis (N.Y.) ............................................................. 1-0

St. John’s .......................................................................... 1-1

St. Joseph’s ....................................................................... 0-1

St. Leo ............................................................................. 1-0

St. Louis .......................................................................... 1-2

South Alabama ................................................................ 2-0

South Dakota .................................................................. 1-0

South Florida .................................................................. 1-2

Southern Illinois ............................................................ 4-12

SIU-Edwardsville ............................................................ 4-0

Southern Miss ................................................................. 0-1

Southern Utah ................................................................ 0-1

Southeast Missouri .......................................................... 2-2

Southwest Missouri ......................................................... 2-0

Stetson ............................................................................. 1-0

T

Tennessee-Martin ............................................................ 1-0

Texas A&M ..................................................................... 0-2

Texas-El Paso ................................................................... 0-1

Texas Southern ................................................................ 0-1

Toledo ............................................................................. 1-5

Trinity .............................................................................. 1-0

Triton JC ......................................................................... 2-0

Troy State ........................................................................ 2-1

Tulsa ................................................................................ 1-0

V

Valparaiso .................................................................... 15-20

W

Wayne State ..................................................................... 3-0

West Texas State .............................................................. 0-1

Western Illinois ............................................................. 10-9

Western Kentucky ........................................................... 0-2

Western Michigan ........................................................... 4-4

Western Ontario ............................................................. 1-0

Wheaton ......................................................................... 1-0

Wichita State ................................................................... 1-1

Wisconsin ...................................................................... 5-13

Wisconsin-LaCrosse ........................................................ 1-0

Wisconsin-Parkside ......................................................... 4-0

Wisconsin-Whitewater.................................................... 1-1

Wright JC ........................................................................ 3-1

Wright State ................................................................ 27-18

Wyoming ........................................................................ 0-1

X

Xavier .............................................................................. 3-0

Y

Yale .................................................................................. 0-1

Youngstown State .......................................................... 15-9

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR JIM SCHMIDT

Regarded as an engineer of championship programs,

an advocate for academic success and a dynamic

leader, Jim Schmidt enters his 15th year as the Athletic

Director at UIC. The longest-tenured AD in the Horizon

League, Schmidt’s tenure has produced the most

comprehensive run of athletic and academic success in

school history.

Named UIC’s fourth director of athletics on January

24, 1997, Schmidt quickly put together a department

that could get it done on a championship level, not only

within the Horizon League, but on regional and national

scenes as well.

Under Schmidt’s direction, UIC has advanced to NCAA postseason competition on 45

occasions while amassing a total of 71 conference championships. In 15 years of Division

I status prior to Schmidt’s tenure as athletic director, UIC earned nine NCAA postseason

berths and accumulated 11 conference titles.

UIC has won the James J. McCafferty Trophy, the award honoring the most successful

all-around athletic program in the Horizon League each season, in 2000 and 2007 under

Schmidt’s watch.

In August 2010, Schmidt secured the official addition of women’s golf as a varsity sport at

UIC, further proving the department’s commitment of providing opportunities for women’s

athletics. Schmidt and his administration are also currently entertaining the possible

initiative of adding women’s soccer and/or women’s bowling in the short-term future.

Schmidt has laid the foundation for a bevy of Flames programs that are consistently in

the mix for regional and national success. The first-ever NCAA bids for men’s basketball,

men’s soccer, women’s tennis and baseball have occurred since Schmidt took office,

setting the stage for championship and postseason pedigrees for those teams. The men’s

soccer program has been ranked as high as fourth nationally and advanced to the 2007

NCAA Elite Eight; the baseball team has won 10 of the last 12 league regular-season

championships and advanced to NCAA Regional play four times since 2003; and the

women’s tennis team has established itself as a dynasty by winning 15-consecutive league

titles and making 13 straight NCAA tournament appearances.

“At UIC, we are committed to excellence, both academically and athletically,” Schmidt

said. “We will create an atmosphere that will assist each student in attaining lifelong

experiences that will help them be successful.”

In keeping with that commitment, UIC has continued to enhance the academic

performance of its student-athletes under Schmidt. For the first time in department

history, UIC student-athletes compiled better than a 3.0 cumulative grade-point-average

during the Spring 2011 semester. In fact, UIC student-athletes collectively posted two-of

the department’s three-highest cumulative GPA’s during the 2010-11 academic year.

In addition, NCAA graduation reports list UIC Athletics’ graduation rates at 86% for all

athletes who exhaust their eligibility, well above the national average.

Under Schmidt’s direction in 1994, UIC Athletics instituted a Life Skills program designed

to enhance the total student-athlete, with activities designed to improve personal, social

and career development. Team builders, community service projects and leadership

opportunities through the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) were also

implemented.

Schmidt has also played a key role in the local and national exposure of UIC Athletics. He

partnered with ESPN Radio 1000, one of the premier sports radio stations in America;

to make WMVP-AM and ESPNChicago.com the exclusive radio broadcast homes of UIC

men’s basketball. He also helped expand radio coverage of UIC on WSCR, WGN, WBBM

and other stations while increasing television exposure on the ESPN family of networks,

Comcast SportsNet Chicago and other local and national outlets. During the 2010-11

men’s basketball season, the Flames had 11 regular season games televised, including a

five-game package on Comcast SportsNet.

With a strong desire to win conference titles and earn regular appearances in NCAA

postseason action, Schmidt has brought numerous conference championships to the

UIC campus to aid in the task. For the first time ever, the Flames hosted the league’s

men’s basketball championship in 1999 and 2000. UIC has also hosted conference

tournaments in softball, baseball, soccer, cross country, gymnastics, women’s basketball,

and swimming and diving, while the school also welcomed the NCAA softball regional

championships to its field in 1999 and the NCAA softball super regional championships

in 2005. An NCAA men’s soccer tournament first round match was also played at Flames

Field for the first time in the fall of 2006 and again in 2008. In 2012, UIC is slated

to host both the Horizon League baseball and men’s/women’s outdoor track & field

championships.

Flames administrative long-term plans are aggressive as well. In addition to major

projects such as the first phase of the “Campaign for Athletics” that was implemented

and the Flames Athletic Center fundraising campaign that was completed under Schmidt,

UIC’s overall strategic plan outlines detailed improvements for scholarship funding;

renovations to facilities, including the UIC Pavilion, aquatics center; and improvements

to indoor competition/practice facilities for baseball, softball, track, tennis and

volleyball. Construction of the stadium portion of the baseball and softball complexes and

renovations to the soccer field are also high on the capital program’s list of improvements.

Many of those projects are already underway, or have been completed. Lights have been

installed at the baseball, softball and soccer facilities, and turf was installed as the

playing surface at Les Miller Field, the home of Flames baseball. Indoor practice areas for

baseball, softball and women’s golf have been added, while Flames Field, the home to UIC

softball, is operating with a brand-new digital scoreboard.

At the UIC Pavilion, a $6 million renovation is in the process of taking place, including a

major locker room facelift, and state-of-the-art improvements to the concourse of the

facility.

While serving as associate athletic director, Schmidt helped develop a broad-based

athletic program headed by strong men’s and women’s basketball programs and rapidly

improving, nationally competitive Olympic sports teams. He also saw UIC’s studentathletes

gain national recognition for top academic achievements while the teams and

coaches earned regional and national exposure through conference championships and

NCAA postseason competition.

Schmidt assisted during the many historical decisions that took place over the last several

years, including changes in conference affiliation leading up to UIC’s current membership

in the Horizon League. Schmidt recently finished up a term as chair of the league’s men’s

basketball committee. He had previously served as the chair of the television and finance

committees. Schmidt has also served on the championships/facilities committee, equity

committee and executive council.

Schmidt began his collegiate athletics career in the fall of 1980, serving one year as the

pitching coach at Western Illinois University while earning his master’s degree in sports

administration. Arriving at UIC in 1982, Schmidt served as a pitching coach on the Flames’

baseball staff before being named an assistant to the athletic director in charge of

marketing/promotions and daily operations.

From 1983-86, Schmidt handled all sports information duties as an assistant athletic

director and assumed the title of associate athletic director in 1987.

A 1981 graduate of sports management from WIU, Schmidt and his wife, Mary, reside in

Naperville, Ill. They have two children, Billy and Eva.


HORIZON LEAGUE

In its 33rd season of operation in the 2011-12 academic year, the Horizon League

continues to aspire toward its goal of being one of the nation’s leading athletics

conferences while being recognized as a leader in the development of student-athletes as

leaders and role models.

The Horizon League membership features ten public and private institutions that have

impressive academic reputations and a storied tradition of broad-based athletic programs.

Membership includes Butler University, Cleveland State University, the University of

Detroit Mercy, the University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Valparaiso

University, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,

Wright State University and Youngstown State University.

The Horizon League’s primary focus is on adding value to the educational experience

through its four platforms: athletic performance (competition), academic achievement

(learning), community outreach (service), and personal responsibility and accountability.

It is the League’s belief that athletics is a powerful and visible resource tool that can be

used to enhance student-athletes’ collegiate experience. The Horizon League’s goals are to

enhance the holistic university experience for the student-athlete, to create an affiliation of

institutions with similar athletic goals, and to adhere to the principals of integrity, diversity,

excellence and growth. The Horizon League sponsors competition in 19 sports - nine for

men (baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, indoor track

and field, outdoor track and field and tennis) and ten for women (basketball, cross country,

golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field,

tennis and volleyball).

The League receives automatic bids to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and

women’s basketball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s

tennis, women’s volleyball, and for the first time in League history, women’s golf. The

Horizon League is headquartered in Indianapolis, the “Amateur Sports Capital of the

World,” with offices in the Pan American Plaza

(201 S. Capitol Avenue), located a block from

Lucas Oil Stadium and just minutes from Conseco

Fieldhouse, the State Capitol Building, Victory

Field (home of the Indianapolis Indians) and the

NCAA national office.

A PROUD HISTORY

Founded on June 16, 1979, as the Midwestern City

Conference with six charter members, the League

changed its name to the Midwestern Collegiate

Conference in 1985 and added women’s sports for

the 1986-87 academic year. Charter members of

the conference included current members Butler

and Loyola as well as the University of Evansville,

Oklahoma City University, Oral Roberts University and Xavier University.

Among other current members, Detroit joined in 1980, and Cleveland State, UIC, Green

Bay, Milwaukee and Wright State came aboard in 1994 (along with Northern Illinois

University) in the largest non-merger conference expansion in history. Youngstown State

joined in 2001 and Valparaiso in 2007.

On June 4, 2001, the Horizon League unveiled its current name and ushered in a new

dynamic direction that has brought the League closer to its stated goal of being one of the

nation’s top ten collegiate athletic conferences with a focus on enhancing the studentathletes’

experience by upgrading the League’s market and competitive positions.

ATHLETIC SUCCESS

In the past few years, the Horizon League has enjoyed unprecedented success on the

national stage, highlighted by Butler’s second consecutive appearance in the NCAA men’s

basketball championship game appearance where the Bulldogs fell to Connecticut, 53-

41. The Horizon League has compiled a 19-11 record in the past nine years in the NCAA

tournament, ranking seventh among all collegiate conferences for winning percentage.

Green Bay’s women’s basketball team became the league’s first team to reach the Sweet

16 in 2011, knocking off Michigan State in the second round before going toe-to-toe

with No. 1 seed Baylor in the regional semifinals. The Phoenix earned a No. 5 seed in the

tournament, going 34-2 on the year and holding a perfect 16-0 mark in Horizon League

play.

Men’s soccer has tasted victory in seven out of the last nine years (Milwaukee 2002-05,

UIC 2006-08), with UIC just one win away from the College Cup in 2007. In 2011, Butler

was consistently ranked in the top 10 of the nation, earning the No. 13 national seed after

becoming the last unbeaten team in the country. In softball, League teams won a game in

the national tournament four straight years earlier in the decade (UIC 2002, 2004; Wright

State 2003; Green Bay 2005) while advancing into the second round in women’s soccer

three of the last six seasons (Detroit 2004, Milwaukee 2005-06). Butler’s Victoria Mitchell

became the League’s first NCAA individual champion when she won the 3,000-meter

steeplechase at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

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ACADEMIC SUCCESS

Horizon League student-athletes also excel in the classroom as more than 500 have been

named to the Academic Honor Roll each of the past nine semesters for carrying a gradepoint

average of 3.2 or better, including more than 700 for the last four semesters. 24

student-athletes were named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams

in 2010-11, while six earned Academic All-America honors.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

In addition to its athletics success, the Horizon League has secured a well-earned

reputation for its community service initiatives. Each January, member institutions partner

with local elementary schools for an art, music and essay contest highlighting the life of Dr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. with winners recognized at League games on the weekend of MLK

Day.

The Horizon League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) also has continued

a tradition of working with youth in Indianapolis during its annual summer meeting. In

addition, SAAC is partnering with Special Olympics, putting on events for olympians in

each community. Several League men’s basketball coaches coached barefoot to support

Samaritan’s Feet and Coaches vs. Cancer initiatives, and the League’s schools and fans

donate to Komen for the Cure for breast cancer awareness during its annual women’s

basketball championship.

On campus, student-athletes have raised money and awareness for such causes as breast

cancer, diabetes and hurricane relief, while hosting blood drives, neighborhood clean-ups,

Big Brother/Big Sister programs and more.

SPORTSMANSHIP

One of the Horizon League’s points of emphasis is fostering collegial environments for

competition among student-athletes, coaches, administrators and fans in a pro-active

approach. Among the vehicles is the Ethical Conduct

Pledge, which is signed each season by studentathletes,

coaches, officials, and campus and League

administrators. Its purpose is to make all the involved

groups aware of the Horizon League expectations of

behavior during conference events.

DEMOGRAPHICS

Horizon League institutions boast a combined

enrollment of more than 130,000 plus nearly a

quarter-million living alumni centered in the League’s

Midwest footprint. League media markets include

five of the nation’s top 35 in Chicago, Detroit,

Cleveland, Indianapolis and Milwaukee, covering

more than ten million television households and

encompassing more than nine percent of the nation’s television audience.

GOVERNANCE

The Horizon League is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of the ten member

institutions’ chief executive officers. Dr. Ronald Berkman, President of Cleveland State,

serves as Board Chair through June 30, 2012. John Parry, Director of Athletics at Cleveland

State, serves as chair of the Executive Council, and Beth Goetz, Associate Athletic

Director/Senior Woman Administrator at Butler, is the Vice Chair and Shelia Patterson of

Cleveland State serves as chair of the Faculty Athletics Representatives.

LEADERSHIP

Jonathan B. (Jon) LeCrone is in his 20th year as Commissioner of the Horizon League,

having been named to the position on May 11, 1992, and is the fifth-longest tenured

commissioner among the 31 Division I conferences. He is the fifth commissioner in League

history, succeeding Daniel B. “Tucker” DiEdwardo (1989-92), James W. Shaffer (1984-

89), Cecil N. Coleman (1980-84) and James J. McCafferty (1979-80).

LeCrone is in the final year of a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Leadership Council

after completing a five-year term on the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee.

VISIBILITY

The Horizon League has enhanced its media visibility with a number of initiatives. The

League is in a three-year agreement with ESPN that includes selected regular-season

men’s basketball action (ESPN2) and the men’s championship game (ESPN) and features

increased exposures each year on ESPNU plus inclusion in the annual O’Reilly ESPNU

BracketBusters, one of college basketball’s premier in-season events.

HORIZON LEAGUE NETWORK

Having streamed more than 2,000 free, live events in the last five years, the Horizon

League is a recognized leader in video streaming, through the Horizon League Network

(HLN). HLN takes viewers inside the conference, featuring student-athlete profiles, weekly

highlight shows, comprehensive coverage of all 19 Horizon League championships and

other special programming.

In 2010-11, HLN and HorizonLeague.com experienced unprecedented growth as more than

300,000 unique visitors across 149 countries/territories watched HLN coverage. Through

the League’s partnership with WebStream Productions, HorizonLeague.com integrated

both HorizonLeagueNetwork.tv and HorizonLeague.org, leading to record visitors to the

new site. The 2010-11 season featured the 2,000th live event streamed by the League.

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2011-12 UIC WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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PHOTO/TV ROSTER

Jasmine Bailey

#25

Emily Kobel

#23

Kiara Stickland

#32

Amanda VanZeben

Assistant Coach

Heidi Dahnke

#34

Cree Nix

#33

Gisselle Truiett

#45

Marc Lopez

Director of Operations

Taylor Foulks

#11

Kierra Robinson

#22

Regina Miller

Head Coach

Shamiea Green

#40

Tashea Smalls

#24

Frozen Jerro

Assistant Coach

Katie Hannemann

#35

Rachel Story

#4

Marc Lowe

Assistant Coach

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