Media Guide - University of St. Francis Athletics

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Media Guide - University of St. Francis Athletics

UNIVERSITY OF

ST. FRANCIS

2012-13 Women’s Basketball Media Guide

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Table of Contents & Quick Facts

Table of Contents

USF Quick Facts

2012-13 Schedule Inside Front Cover

Coaching Staff 2-3

Season Outlook 4

Returning Players 5-9

Newcomers 10-12

2012-13 Numerical Roster 12

2011-12 Statistics & Results 13

2011-12 CCAC Standings 13

Coaching Records 14

Year-by-Year Records 14

Team & Individual Records 14-15

Opponent Series Records 16

Pat Sullivan Center

Team Photo

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Inside Back Cover

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General Information

Location:

Joliet, Ill.

Founded: 1920

Enrollment: 3,400

Affiliation:

NAIA Division II

Nickname:

Fighting Saints

Colors:

Brown & Gold

President:

Dr. Michael J. Vinciguerra

Athletic Director:

Dave Laketa

Conference:

Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic (CCAC)

Arena:

Pat Sullivan Center

Athletics Website:

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Athletics Phone: (815) 740-3464

Women’s Basketball Information

Head Coach:

Samantha Quigley

Alma Mater: DePaul 2010

Career Record:

First year

Record at St. Francis:

First year

2011-12 Overall Record: 17-14

2011-12 CCAC Record (Place): 4-6 (3rd, tie)

First Season: 1976-77

All-Time Record: 535-530

Sports Information

SID:

Dave Hilbert

Email:

dhilbert@stfrancis.edu

Office: (815) 740-3614

Cell: (630) 272-2904

Fax: (815) 740-3841

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CREDITS

The 2012-13 University of St. Francis Women’s Basketball Media

Guide was designed and edited by Dave Hilbert, Sports Information

Director, with assistance from Athletic Director Dave Laketa.

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Head Coach Samantha Quigley

After serving as an assistant coach one season ago, Joliet native and former

DePaul University standout Samantha Quigley begins her first season as head

coach at University of St. Francis in 2012-13.

As an aide to interim head coach Brian Michalak last winter, Quigley helped

guide the Fighting Saints to a 17-14 overall record in her first season coaching at

the collegiate level.

An all-state performer at Joliet Catholic Academy, Quigley completed a stellar

playing career at NCAA Division I DePaul two seasons ago.

Quigley was a 2010-11 State Farm Women’s Basketball Coaches Association

honorable mention All-American and a finalist for the Nancy Lieberman Award in

both the 2009-10 and 2010-11 campaigns. She also garnered All-Big East Second

Team accolades as both a junior and senior.

On Dec. 7, 2010 at Pittsburgh, Quigley became the 24th player in DePaul women’s

basketball history to reach the 1,000-career point plateau. She finished her

career in 16th place on the Blue Demons’ all-time scoring chart with 1,273 points.

In addition to her scoring prowess, Quigley collected 484 assists to leave De-

Paul in second place on the school’s career list in that category.

Quigley’s success was not limited to the basketball court. An outstanding student, she was a Capital One Academic

All-District Five Second Team selection. She was also the recipient of the 2010-11 Big East Sportsmanship Award.

Quigley was named the Chicago Sun-Times Female Athlete of the Year in 2006 as a three-sport standout in basketball,

volleyball and softball while attending Joliet Catholic

Academy. She was a four-year starter in each of the sports from

2002-06.

Quigley finished her prep basketball career with 1,910

points and was a Parade All-American and McDonald’s All-America

nominee. She was twice named Illinois Basketball Coaches

Association All-State First Team and Associated Press Class AA

All-State Third Team.

Quiglery also claimed all-state honors in volleyball and allarea

recognition in softball. As a sophomore with her older sister

Allie as a senior, she led Joliet Catholic to the Class 2A state

volleyball championship. She also batted better than .400 as the

leadoff hitter for the softball team.

Quigley and her family are no strangers to USF. Her late

father Pat played basketball and tennis for the Saints, and the

playing court in the Sullivan Center is named in his honor. Her

mother Chris (Prieboy) is USF’s all-time leading scorer in basketball

and was a star softball player for the Saints. Her retired jersey

hangs in the Sullivan Center.

Her stepfather Don Strle played basketball for legendary

head coach Pat Sullivan at USF.

Quigley’s older sister Allie was, like Sam, an All-Big East basketball

player at DePaul and has played professionally in both

the WNBA and Europe. Her younger brother Jake was the lone

Quigley child to attend USF and played tennis for the Saints prior

to his 2011 graduation.

Quigley graduated from DePaul in 2010 and is completing

work on a master’s degree from that institution.

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Assistant Coaches

Mike Delrose

Mike Delrose is a newcomer to the USF coaching staff, but brings a familiarity with the local

prep scene as well as the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Delrose most recently served as an assistant girls’ basketball coach at Joliet Township High

School from 2009-2012 and held similar posts at Joliet Catholic Academy (2008-09) and Bremen

High School in south suburban Midlothian (2007-08).

Delrose got his first taste of coaching at the collegiate level as a graduate assistant at CCAC

rival Saint Xavier University. He spent three seasons in that position (2004-07) after serving as

a student manager throughout his undergraduate years.

A high school social science teacher, Delrose earned a bachelor’s degree in communications

from Saint Xavier in 2004.

Dan McCarthy

Dan McCarthy brings more than 35 years of prep coaching experience to his post at USF.

A business education teacher and director of business services for School District 94 in West

Chicago, McCarthy began his basketball coaching career as an assistant boys’ coach at Joliet

Catholic Academy in 1976. He served in that role for eight years until being elevated to the

heading coaching position in 1984.

During his tenure at JCA, McCarthy coached two teams that advanced to the IHSA supersectionals.

In 1979, he was Mike Gillespie’s assistant for the Joliet Catholic team that lost to

top-ranked Quincy High School by one point. Then, in 1988, he led his own Joliet Catholic team

to the super-sectionals again, only to lose a two-point game to Bloom Trail High School.

After six seasons at Joliet Catholic, McCarthy moved on to Marquette High School in Ottawa,

Illinois, where he was the head boys’ basketball and baseball coach from 1990-96. He then

returned to the Chicagoland area to assume the head boys’ basketball coaching duties at West

Chicago High School from 1996-2001. He resigned in 2001 to watch his son, Dan, play basketball

at JCA and then, collegiately for Pat Sullivan at USF. He has continued to watch his son coach

basketball for the past four years at Seneca High School.

Last year, Dan coached women for the first time as a sophomore coach at West Chicago.

McCarthy is a 1974 graduate of Lewis University with a degree in business administration. He also holds a master’s degree in

educational administration from Governors State University.

Cosima Tines

Cosima Tines is in her fifth season as an assistant coach at her alma mater.

Tines first came to USF as a highly-recruited guard out of Chicago’s De La Salle Institute in the

fall of 2003. Her collegiate playing career ended in the first minute of her first game as a freshman

when she suffered a knee injury.

Tines remained an integral part of the program handling a variety of tasks ranging from videotaping

practices and games to scouting prior to her graduation. She officially joined the coaching

staff in the fall of 2008 under then-Head Coach Jeff Thompson and has since remained on the

USF sidelines. She is responsible for the Saints’ video exchanges with other schools and works

closely with Head Coach Samantha Quigley in breaking down the scouting videos of all upcoming

opponents.

In addition to her coaching role, Tines is an accountant for Sodexo Services, USF’s food service

vendor.

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2012-13 Season Outlook

University of St. Francis women’s basketball tips off a new era in 2012-13 as

Samantha Quigley begins her tenure as the 12th head coach in the program’s history.

As an assistant to interim head coach Brian Michalak one season ago, Quigley

helped guide the Saints to a 17-14 record.

Only four players return from last year’s squad, but all four were key contributors

who started a combined 82 games. That group along with a solid corps of incoming

freshmen gives Quigley a strong foundation on which to launch her coaching

debut.

“I would love for us to become a nationally-known team,” said Quigley. “I think

it will take a bit of time, but we brought in a great recruiting class, and the players

who returned set a standard for the program last year. I think things are going in the

right direction.”

Headlining the Saints’ returnees is sophomore Katie Gonnering, who leaped

onto the scene as a freshman a year ago. The 5’10” forward was named an NAIA

honorable mention All-American and voted to the All-Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic

Conference First Team after ranking second in the league in scoring (16.6) and

third in rebounding (8.4). She tallied double digits in scoring in 20 of 28 games and

poured in 20 or more points on 10 occasions.

Also returning in the frontcourt is senior Ashley Teresiak, who averaged better

than 11 points and six boards while starting 23 games as a junior college transfer in

2011-12. She led the CCAC and ranked third in the NAIA with an .886 free throw percentage

and stood fourth among the conference leaders in defensive rebounding

(5.0). Junior Morgan Novak, USF’s most experienced player (49 games), also returns

in the frontcourt.

The only Saint to start all 31 games in 2011-12, sophomore Cydney Weisflog

is the lone backcourt returnee from last year’s team. One of the top three-point

shooters in the CCAC, she averaged 8.2 points per game while hitting a team-high

35 treys in her debut campaign.

Senior Marissa Draper returns to action this season after being sidelined by

injury all of last year. She played in 43 games from 2009-11 and averaged 4.6 points

and 3.3 rebounds primarily in a reserve capacity.

Junior Paige Stankus, who saw limited action in 2010-11 before sitting out last

season, and sophomore Kaitlyn Ray, injured all of 2011-12, look to bolster the backcourt.

Seven freshmen join the team, many of whom are forecast as major contributors

this coming season.

“We are a bit young,” Quigley commented. “We will be an energetic and enthusiastic

team, which is something I have always been a part of.”

USF will feature four freshmen in the backcourt, including all-state honorees

Alexis Brown and Debra Jenkins. Brown was an honorable mention all-state performer

at Belleville East High School, where she averaged better than 15 points per

game while leading her team in assists her final two seasons.

Jenkins was a two-time all-state special mention pick at Chicago’s Morgan Park

High School. An All-Chicago Public League pick in 2010 and 2011, she averaged 10

points, eight assists and six steals her senior year.

Local product Khadija Cooley, the MVP for Joliet West High School each of the

past two years, and Mary Jackson, from Charleston High School, are also expected

to vie for significant playing time. Jackson played golf for the Saints this past fall.

In the frontcourt, Quigley will look to LaTrece Harris and Denitsa Owikoti to play

a major role this season.

The 5’10” Harris was a Chicago Public League All-Star after helping lead Bogan

High School to a 17-8 mark and a berth in the CPL semifinals last winter. Owikoti

comes to USF from Plainfield East High School, where the 6’0” forward was a twotime

team MVP.

Katie Gonnering

Marissa Draper

Ashley Teresiak

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Player Profiles - Returnees

Marissa Draper

Guard • 5-8 • Senior • Joliet, Ill. (Joliet Township)

#20

At USF in 2011-12: Sidelined during the entire season.

At USF in 2010-11: Played in 23 games with three starts … Averaged 5.6 points

and 4.2 rebounds per game … Scored in double figures on five occasions …

Tallied a career-high 15 points against Aquinas (12/27/10) … Collected doubledigit

rebounds and notched her first career double-double with 11 points and 11

boards against Judson (1/20/11) … Handed out a season-best four assists against

Robert Morris (2/15/11) … Saints were 2-1 in her three starts.

At USF in 2009-10: Saw action in 20 games as a reserve … Averaged 3.4 points and 2.4 rebounds per

contest … Tallied double-digit point totals for the first time in her career with 11 against Olivet Nazarene

(2/23/10) … Also grabbed a season-best eight rebounds in that game ... Credited with a career-best five

assists against St. Ambrose (12/28/09).

In High School: All-Southwest Suburban Blue Conference selection at Joliet Township High School ... Played

for coach Roger Plechaty … Team co-captain ... Averaged 12.7 points and 6.0 rebounds and contributed 70

steals and 26 assists as a senior ... Scored 23 points and grabbed eight rebounds as the Steelmen won their

first regional title since 2003 with a 62-43 victory over Homewood-Flossmoor in 2009.

Other: Born 8/3/91 … Elementary education major.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2009-10 20 0 193 9.7 23 70 .329 2 18 .111 19 31 .613 17 31 48 2.4 20 0 17 24 3 11 67 3.4

2010-11 23 3 411 17.9 40 124 .323 3 17 .176 46 68 .676 35 61 96 4.2 47 2 20 48 5 14 129 5.6

2011-12 --- did not play ----

TOTAL 43 3 604 14.0 63 194 .324 5 35 .143 65 99 .657 52 92 144 3.3 67 2 37 72 8 25 196 4.6

Career Highs

Points: 15 (v. Aquinas, 12/27/10) • Rebounds: 11 (v. Judson, 1/20/11) • Assists: 5 (v. St. Ambrose, 12/28/09)

Ashley Teresiak

Forward • 5-10 • Senior • Orland Park, Ill. (Sandburg)

#34

At USF in 2011-12: Played in 24 games with 23 starts … Averaged 11.3 points

and 6.6 rebounds per outing … Led the CCAC and ranked third in the NAIA with

an .886 free throw percentage … Tallied double figures in scoring on 18 occasions

… Scored a career-high 19 points against McKendree (12/3/11) … Totaled

13 points in her USF debut against Freed-Hardeman (11/4/11) … Stood fourth

in the league in defensive rebounding (5.0) and ninth in total rebounding (6.6)

… Gathered double-digit boards twice, both times resulting in double-doubles

… Collected a career-high 12 rebounds against Trinity Christian (11/15/11) …

Credited with a career-best six assists against Saint Francis (Ind.) (12/29/11) … Saints were 13-10 in her 23

starts.

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Player Profiles - Returnees

In College: Played two years at Moraine Valley (Ill.) Community College ... Averaged 10.0 points and a

team-best 6.2 rebounds per contest as a sophomore in 2010-11 ... Averaged 12.2 points and 8.0 boards her

freshman season.

In High School: Lettered in basketball and volleyball at Sandburg High School ... Played basketball for coach

Christine Bochnak.

Other: Born 4/24/91 ... Majoring in physical therapy.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2011-12 24 23 769 32.0 92 221 .416 8 28 .286 78 88 .886 39 120 159 6.6 59 2 34 95 2 31 270 11.3

TOTAL 24 23 769 32.0 92 221 .416 8 28 .286 78 88 .886 39 120 159 6.6 59 2 34 95 2 31 270 11.3

Career Highs

Points: 19 (v. McKendree, 12/3/11) • Rebounds: 12 (v. Trinity Christian, 11/15/11) • Assists: 6 (v. Saint Francis, Ind., 12/29/11)

Morgan Novak

Forward • 5-9 • Junior • Channahon, Ill. (Minooka)

#35

At USF in 2011-12: Played in all 31 games, starting two … Averaged 2.3 points

and 2.8 rebounds per contest … Scored a career-high eight points in the season

opener against Freed-Hardeman (11/4/11) … Pulled down a career-best eight

rebounds against Union (Tenn.) (11/5/11) and Michigan-Dearborn (11/18/11) …

Matched her career high with three assists against Olivet Nazarene (2/11/12).

At USF in 2010-11: Appeared in 18 games and made five starts … Averaged 2.2

points and 1.5 rebounds per game … Scored a season-high six points against

Cardinal Stritch (2/8/11) … Grabbed a season-high four rebounds against Roosevelt (2/19/11) and Saint

Xavier (2/22/11) … Also credited with season highs in assists (3) and steals (3) against Roosevelt (2/19/11).

In High School: Lettered twice in basketball and volleyball at Minooka High School … Played basketball for

coach Ray Liberatore ... Helped lead Minooka to a pair of Southwest Prairie Conference basketball titles …

Captained the basketball squad as a senior … Set a school record for most assists in a season and led the

conference with 86 her senior year … Served as captain of her sophomore volleyball team.

Other: Born 7/31/92 ... Biology major.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2010-11 18 5 187 10.4 13 28 .464 1 1 1.000 13 20 .650 12 15 27 1.5 10 0 10 20 0 10 40 2.2

2011-12 31 2 477 15.4 23 86 .267 2 12 .167 22 35 .629 32 54 86 2.8 30 0 25 74 0 18 70 2.3

TOTAL 49 7 664 13.6 36 114 .316 3 13 .231 35 55 .636 44 69 113 2.3 40 0 35 94 0 28 110 2.2

Career Highs

Points: 8 (v. Freed-Hardeman, 11/4/11) • Rebounds: 8 (2 times, last v. Michigan-Dearborn, 11/18/11) • Assists: 3 (2 times, last v. Olivet Nazarene, 2/11/12)

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Player Profiles - Returnees

Paige Stankus

Guard • 5-8 • Junior • Plainfield, Ill. (Plainfield South)

At USF in 2011-12: Did not participate.

#12

At USF in 2010-11: Saw action in 15 games off the bench … Finished the season

with eight points and seven rebounds … Scored a season-high four points against

Saint Xavier (2/22/11).

In High School: Lettered in basketball and softball at Plainfield South High School

… Played basketball for coach Tor Erickson ... Earned basketball all-area honors

from the Joliet Herald-News ... All-Southwest Prairie Conference honorable mention

pick her senior year … Team captain that same year … Also earned honorable mention all-conference

accolades in softball following her senior campaign.

Other: Born 7/28/92 ... Biology major.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2010-11 15 0 87 5.8 3 17 .176 0 5 .000 2 2 1.000 4 3 7 0.5 2 0 3 12 1 3 8 0.5

2011-12 –– did not play ––

TOTAL 15 0 87 5.8 3 17 .176 0 5 .000 2 2 1.000 4 3 7 0.5 2 0 3 12 1 3 8 0.5

Career Highs

Points: 4 (v. Saint Xavier, 2/22/11) • Rebounds: 2 (2 times, last v. Saint Xavier, 2/22/11) • Assists: 1 (3 times, last v. Saint Xavier, 2/22/11)

Katie Gonnering

Forward • 5-10 • Sophomore • Seymour, Wis. (Freedom)

#4

At USF in 2011-12: NAIA honorable mention All-American … All-CCAC First Team

… Played in 28 games, starting 26 … Three-time CCAC Player of the Week …

Second-leading scorer (16.6) and third-leading rebounder (8.4) in the league …

Ranked second in the conference and 14th in the NAIA in offensive rebounding

(4.0) … Also stood among the CCAC leaders in field goal percentage (5th, .497),

free throw percentage (7th tie, .745), steals per game (7th, 2.3) and defensive

rebounding (8th, 4.4) … Tallied double-digit point totals on 20 occasions …

Finished with 20 or more points 10 times, including career-high 34-point efforts

against Peru State (11/19/11) and Olivet Nazarene (2/11/12) … Scored in double figures in 13 of her last

14 games, including her final three outings … Finished with 14 points in her debut as a Saint against Freed-

Hardeman (11/4/11) … Pulled down 10 or more rebounds in 11 contests, each time resulting in a doubledouble

… Gathered a career-best 17 boards against Robert Morris (1/24/12) … Also had a career-high four

assists in that outing … Made at least 10 trips to the free throw line eight times … Saints were 15-11 in her

26 starts.

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Player Profiles - Returnees

In High School: Associated Press Division 3 First Team and overall honorable mention All-State selection

as a senior ... Appleton Post-Crescent All-Area Girls’ Basketball Athlete of the Year in 2011 ... Team captain

her senior season ... Two-time unanimous All-Eastern Valley Conference First Team pick ... Team’s Offensive

MVP in 2010 and 2011 ... All-Eastern Valley Conference honoree in both volleyball and softball, as well ...

Named a Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete following her senior year ... Senior

class valedictorian.

Other: Born 1/23/93 ... Majoring in nursing.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2011-12 28 26 900 32.1 162 326 .497 1 3 .333 140 188 .745 113 123 236 8.4 86 3 33 87 14 63 465 16.6

TOTAL 28 26 900 32.1 162 326 .497 1 3 .333 140 188 .745 113 123 236 8.4 86 3 33 87 14 63 465 16.6

Career Highs

Points: 34 (2 times, last v. Olivet Nazarene, 2/11/12) • Rebounds: 17 (v. Robert Morris, 1/24/12) • Assists: 4 (v. Robert Morris, 1/24/12)

Kaitlyn Ray

Guard • 5-8 • Sophomore • New Lenox, Ill. (Lincoln-Way West)

At USF in 2011-12: Missed the entire season with an injury.

#23

In High School: Began her prep career at Lincoln-Way Central High School and

moved to Lincoln-Way West when that school opened its doors … Four-year varsity

starter, the first two at Central and the latter two at West … Team captain

in both her junior and senior seasons … Named to the all-tournament team at

Lincoln-Way East’s Medieval Christmas Classic as a sophomore, junior and senior

… Two-time All-Southwest Suburban Conference selection … Scored over 1,000

points in her varsity career … Three-time all-area pick by the Joliet Herald-News … McDonald’s All-America

nominee … Averaged double figures in scoring throughout her prep career, topped by a mark of 17.0 points

per game as a junior at Lincoln-Way West … Helped lead her L-W West team to a regional title her junior

year, a season in which the first-year program played varsity competition with no senior class … Also a twotime

letter winner in golf.

Other: Born 12/13/92 ... Majoring in criminal and social justice.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2011-12 –– did not play - injured ––

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Player Profiles - Returnees

Cydney Weisflog

Guard • 5-8 • Sophomore • Oak Creek, Wis. (Oak Creek)

#3

At USF in 2011-12: Started all 31 contests … Averaged 8.2 points and 2.9

rebounds per game … Second-most accurate 3-point shooter (39.8%) and seventh-most

accurate free throw shooter (74.5%) in the CCAC … Scored in double

digits on 11 occasions … Tallied a season-high 19 points against Saint Francis

(Ind.) (12/29/11) … Led the Saints with 35 three-point field goals … Sunk three

or more treys four times, including a season-best four against Cardinal Stritch

(2/7/12) … Went 7-for-12 (58.3%) from behind the arc in the season’s final three

contests … Reached double figures in scoring for the first time with 11 points

against Purdue Calumet (11/9/11) … Matched her season rebounding high with six boards in three consecutive

games ending against Calumet St. Joseph (12/28/11) … Dished out a season-best four assists against

McKendree (12/3/11)..

In High School: Lettered in basketball three times and track & field once at Oak Creek (Wis.) High School

in suburban Milwaukee … Played basketball for coach Steve Hluchnik ... Helped lead Oak Creek to a 19-6

record as a senior … Team captain her senior year ... Named Oak Creek’s “Miss Offense” in 2011 … All-

Southeast Conference as a junior and senior ... Honorable mention all-conference her sophomore campaign

… Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel All-Area honorable mention pick in 2011 … Selected to play in the summer

prep all-star game in Milwaukee after her senior season … Averaged 12.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists

and 2.0 steals per game during her final year … Finished her career in third place on Oak Creek’s career

3-point field goals chart with 115 … Set a school record with an .860 career free throw percentage.

Other: Born 5/6/93 ... Physical therapy major.

Career Statistics

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

2011-12 31 31 959 30.9 74 190 .389 35 88 .398 70 94 .745 30 61 91 2.9 88 3 31 77 3 34 253 8.2

TOTAL 31 31 959 30.9 74 190 .389 35 88 .398 70 94 .745 30 61 91 2.9 88 3 31 77 3 34 253 8.2

Career Highs

Points: 19 (v. Saint Francis, Ind., 12/29/11) • Rebounds: 6 (3 times, last v. Calumet St. Joseph, 12/28/11) • Assists: 4 (v. McKendree, 12/3/11)

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Player Profiles - Newcomers

Alexis Brown

Guard • 5-7 • Freshman • Shiloh, Ill. (Belleville East)

#13

In High School: Honorable mention All-State performer at Belleville East High

School ... Played for coach Andrew Seipp ... Averaged 15.2 points, 3.4 assists, 3.0

rebounds and 2.2 steals per game as a senior ... All-Southwestern Conference

First Team in 2012, Third Team in 2011 ... Voted team MVP her senior year ...

Led Belleville East in assists as both a junior and senior and was the team’s most

accurate free throw shooter her final three campaigns ... Four-year varsity letter

winner.

Other: Born 7/17/94 … Plans to study nursing.

Khadija Cooley

Guard • 5-3 • Freshman • Joliet, Ill. (Joliet West)

#25

In High School: Two-time All-Southwest Suburban Conference selection for Joliet

West High School ... Played for coach Kevin Michaels ... Team MVP and leading

scorer in 2011 and 2012 ... Averaged 12.6 points, 3.5 assists, 3.2 rebounds and

3.2 steals per game her senior year ... Invited to participate in the Voyager Sports

Media All-Star Game ... Two-year captain.

Other: Born 3/16/94 … Plans to pursue a degree in nursing.

Christina Gonzalez

Guard • 5-7 • Junior • Romeoville, Ill. (Romeoville)

#14

In High School: Played three seasons at Romeoville High School ... Played for

coach Julio Carrasco.

Other: Born 11/7/92 … Major undecided.

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Player Profiles - Newcomers

LaTrece Harris

Forward • 5-10 • Freshman • Chicago, Ill. (Bogan)

#55

In High School: Chicago Public League Basketball Coaches Association All-Star as

a senior at Bogan High School ... Played for coach Gary Bell ... Helped lead Bogan

to a 17-8 record and a berth in the Chicago Public League semifinals in 2012 ...

Also lettered in track & field.

Other: Born 7/9/94 … Plans to major in biology/pre-physical therapy.

Mary Jackson

Guard • 5-9 • Freshman • Charleston, Ill. (Charleston)

#33

In High School: Lettered in basketball, golf and soccer at Charleston High School

... Played basketball for coach Jeff Miller ... Averaged 9.0 points and 9.0 rebounds

per game as a senior ... Team’s Defensive MVP and leading rebounder ... Ended

her career ranked among the CHS top ten in rebounding for a single season ...

Qualified for the state tournament as a finalist in the three-point shootout her

junior season ... Regional medalist and three-time all-conference selection in

golf ... Lettered in soccer, as well ... Served as a captain in all three sports.

Other: Also a member of the USF golf team ... Born 4/7/94 … Nursing major.

Debra Jenkins

Guard • 5-4 • Freshman • Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park)

#2

In High School: Two-time Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Class 3A All-

State Special Mention pick at Morgan Park High School ... Played for coach

Thomas Johnson ... Averaged 10.0 points, 8.0 assists, 6.0 steals and 3.0 rebounds

her senior year ... Helped lead Morgan Park to the 2012 Chicago Public League

(CPL) championship game ... Two-time All-CPL ... Invited to play in the CPL

Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game ... Team captain as a senior ...

Named team’s Defensive MVP her final three years.

Other: Born 7/22/94 … Plans to study psychology.

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Player Profiles - Newcomers

Denitsa Owikoti

Center • 6-0 • Freshman • Romeoville, Ill. (Plainfield East)

#43

In High School: Lettered in basketball and volleyball at Plainfield East High

School ... Played basketball for coach Melissa Mitidiero ... All-Southwest Prairie

Conference selection her sophomore year ... Team MVP as a sophomore and

junior ... Invited to play in the Voyager Sports Media All-Star Game following her

senior year ... Helped lead Plainfield East to a 21-7 mark as a senior.

Other: Born 11/23/93 … Plans to major in radiology or psychology.

2012-13 NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. Hometown (High School)

2 Debra Jenkins G 5-4 Fr. Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park)

3 Cydney Weisflog G 5-8 So. Oak Creek, Wis. (Oak Creek)

4 Katie Gonnering F 5-10 So. Seymour, Wis. (Freedom)

12 Paige Stankus G 5-8 Jr. Plainfield, Ill. (Plainfield South)

13 Alexis Brown G 5-7 Fr. Shiloh, Ill. (Belleville East)

14 Christina Gonzalez G 5-7 Jr. Romoeville, Ill. (Romeoville)

20 Marissa Draper G 5-8 Sr. Joliet, Ill. (Joliet Township)

23 Kaitlyn Ray G 5-8 So. New Lenox, Ill. (Lincoln-Way West)

25 Khadija Cooley G 5-3 Fr. Joliet, Ill. (Joliet West)

33 Mary Jackson G 5-9 Fr. Charleston, Ill. (Charleston)

34 Ashley Teresiak F 5-10 Sr. Orland Park, Ill. (Sandburg)

35 Morgan Novak F 5-9 Jr. Channahon, Ill. (Minooka)

43 Denitsa Owikoti C 6-0 Fr. Romeoville, Ill. (Plainfield East)

55 LaTrece Harris F 5-10 Fr. Chicago, Ill. (Bogan)

Head Coach:

Assistant Coach:

Assistant Coach:

Assistant Coach:

Samantha Quigley

Cosima Tines

Dan McCarthy

Mike Delrose

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2011-12 Statistics & Results

2011-12 STATISTICS

Total 3-Pt. Rebounds

Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

Katie Gonnering 28 26 900 32.1 162 326 .497 1 3 .333 140 188 .745 113 123 236 8.4 86 3 33 87 14 63 465 16.6

Julie Schiffler 11 11 393 35.7 47 129 .364 10 32 .313 54 74 .730 18 34 52 4.7 28 0 22 38 2 29 158 14.4

Michelle Karr 29 20 904 31.2 121 273 .443 33 118 .280 86 107 .804 90 151 241 8.3 97 4 41 83 11 60 361 12.4

Ashley Teresiak 24 23 769 32.0 92 221 .416 8 28 .286 78 88 .886 39 120 159 6.6 59 2 34 95 2 31 270 11.3

Brandi Pudik 31 30 1122 36.2 94 328 .287 34 146 .233 70 99 .707 16 96 112 3.6 81 3 88 178 2 37 292 9.4

Cydney Weisflog 31 31 959 30.9 74 190 .389 35 88 .398 70 94 .745 30 61 91 2.9 88 3 31 77 3 34 253 8.2

Jen Andes 22 7 427 19.4 41 115 .357 0 0 .000 51 62 .823 31 65 96 4.4 49 1 27 56 8 17 133 6.0

Sarah Fencl 20 5 297 14.9 22 64 .344 0 2 .000 18 27 .667 14 34 48 2.4 29 0 12 29 1 13 62 3.1

Morgan Novak 31 2 477 15.4 23 86 .267 2 12 .167 22 35 .629 32 54 86 2.8 30 0 25 74 0 18 70 2.3

TEAM 73 79 152 4.9 0 32 0

Total 31 6248 676 1732 .390 123 429 .287 589 774 .761 456 817 1273 41.1 547 16 313 749 43 302 2064 66.6

Opponents 31 6249 793 1993 .398 192 677 .284 423 614 .689 489 692 1181 38.1 615 - 467 577 106 399 2201 71.0

2011-12 RESULTS

RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL

ALL GAMES (17-14) (5-5) (8-6) (4-3)

CONFERENCE (4-6) (2-3) (2-3) (0-0)

NON-CONFERENCE (13-8) (3-2) (6-3) (4-3)

Date Time Opponent W/L Score High Points High Rebounds

11/4/11 6:00 pm at Freed-Hardeman W 59-85 ^ (14) Schiffler, Gonnering (7) Teresiak

11/5/11 2:00 pm at Union (Tenn.) L 45-82 (16) Gonnering (12) Gonnering

11/9/11 5:00 pm PURDUE CALUMET L 66-78 (17) Schiffler (8) Schiffler

11/15/11 5:30 pm at Trinity Christian W 76-48 (19) Schiffler (13) Gonnering

11/18/11 2:00 pm vs Michigan-Dearborn W 67-58 (14) Schiffler (9) Karr

11/19/11 2:00 pm vs Peru State W 90-77 (34) Gonnering (10) Gonnering

11/22/11 5:00 pm CALUMET ST. JOSEPH W 77-70 (20) Gonnering (12) Gonnering

12/3/11 2:00 pm at McKendree W 73-62 (25) Schiffler (9) Pudik

12/6/11 5:30 pm at Trinity International W 78-72 (16) Teresiak (9) Gonnering

12/8/11 7:00 pm at Lewis W 69-60 (16) Schiffler (10) Karr

12/10/11 5:00 pm BETHEL (Ind.) W 71-64 (20) Gonnering (9) Gonnering

12/17/11 5:00 pm at Illinois Wesleyan L 64-83 (16) Teresiak (7) Teresiak

12/19/11 7:00 pm # vs Iowa Wesleyan L 52-53 (14) Teresiak (9) Teresiak

12/20/11 3:00 pm # vs Mount Mercy L 50-72 (17) Karr (10) Karr

12/27/11 1:00 pm + vs Davenport L 51-81 (15) Teresiak (10) Karr

12/28/11 1:00 pm + vs Calumet St. Joseph W 66-57 (14) Karr (8) Karr

12/29/11 3:00 pm + vs Saint Francis (Ind.) W 78-68 (19) Karr, Weisflog (14) Karr

1/7/12 1:00 pm * ROBERT MORRIS L 58-71 (13) Andes (8) Teresiak, Gonnering

1/10/12 7:00 pm * ROOSEVELT W 77-76 (25) Gonnering (16) Karr

1/14/12 1:00 pm * at Olivet Nazarene L 72-97 (24) Gonnering (10) Gonnering

1/17/12 5:00 pm HOLY CROSS W 72-65 (25) Gonnering (12) Gonnering

1/19/12 5:30 pm at Judson W 70-63 (17) Teresiak, Karr (13) Karr

1/24/12 5:30 pm * at Robert Morris W (ot) 63-59 (26) Gonnering (17) Gonnering

2/4/12 5:00 pm * INDIANA SOUTH BEND L 58-77 (18) Gonnering (7) Gonnering

1/31/12 7:00 pm * at Saint Xavier L 70-79 (20) Gonnering (11) Karr

2/7/12 7:00 pm at Cardinal Stritch L 62-73 (18) Weisflog, Gonnering (10) Gonnering

2/11/12 5:00 pm * OLIVET NAZARENE L 83-110 (34) Gonnering (14) Gonnering

2/17/12 7:00 pm * at Roosevelt L 65-77 (28) Karr (10) Andes, Karr

2/21/12 7:00 pm * SAINT XAVIER W (ot) 80-71 (26) Karr (14) Karr

2/25/12 12:00 pm * at Indiana South Bend W 56-45 (15) Karr (12) Karr

2/28/12 7:00 pm INDIANA SOUTH BEND L 46-68 (18) Gonnering (9) Gonnering

* CCAC game # Cardinal Stritch Classic + Saint Xavier Holiday Tournament ^ awarded forfeit win due to use of an ineligible player

2011-12 CCAC STANDINGS

School CCAC Pct. Overall Pct. GB

Olivet Nazarene 10-0 1.000 27-5 .844 --

Saint Xavier 7-3 .700 24-9 .727 3.0

Robert Morris 4-6 .400 18-12 .600 6.0

St. Francis 4-6 .400 17-14 .548 6.0

Roosevelt 3-7 .300 15-16 .484 7.0

Indiana South Bend 2-8 .200 12-20 .375 8.0

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Record Book

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Year Record Pct. Coach(es)

1976-77 11-7 .611 Gordie Gillespie

1977-78 11-9 .550 Tom Kennedy

1978-79 12-10 .545 Tom Kennedy

1979-80 19-7 .731 Ann Hope

1980-81 26-9 .743 Ann Hope

1981-82 18-12 .600 Ann Hope

1982-83 20-11 .645 Ann Hope

1983-84 17-15 .531 Ann Hope

1984-85 15-16 .484 Les Cox

1985-86 6-25 .194 Les Cox

1986-87 18-16 .529 Les Cox

1987-88 19-12 .613 Les Cox

1988-89 23-12 .657 Karen McMillin

1989-90 16-12 .571 Karen McMillin

1990-91 18-15 .545 Karen McMillin

1991-92 13-17 .433 John Barkoski

1992-93 17-10 .630 John Barkoski

1993-94 7-20 .259 John Barkoski

1994-95 4-20 .167 John Barkoski

1995-96 6-20 .231 John Barkoski

1996-97 9-18 .333 John Barkoski

1997-98 11-15 .423 John Barkoski

1998-99 6-21 .222 John Barkoski

1999-00* 11-19 .367 John Barkoski/Russ Battersby

2000-01 15-15 .500 Russ Battersby

2001-02 22-12 .647 Russ Battersby

2002-03 24-10 .706 Russ Battersby

2003-04 19-15 .559 Frank Kaminsky

2004-05 8-24 .250 Frank Kaminsky

2005-06 15-16 .484 Frank Kaminsky

2006-07 18-14 .563 Frank Kaminsky

2007-08 18-14 .563 Frank Kaminsky

2008-09 19-13 .594 Jeff Thompson

2009-10# 17-13 .567 Jeff Thompson/Ryan Haun

2010-11 10-22 .313 Ryan Haun

2011-12 17-14 .548 Brian Michalak

Total 535-530 .502 36 seasons

* John Barkoski resigned 16 games into the season (5-11) and was replaced by Russ Battersby (6-8).

# Jeff Thompson resigned 7 games into the season (2-5) and was replaced by Ryan Haun (15-8).

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

Coach Years W-L Pct.

Gordie Gillespie 1976-77 11-7 .611

Tom Kennedy 1977-79 23-19 .548

Ann Hope 1979-84 100-54 .649

Les Cox 1984-88 58-69 .457

Karen McMillin 1988-91 57-39 .594

John Barkoski 1991-00 78-152 .339

Russ Battersby 2000-03 67-45 .598

Frank Kaminsky 2003-08 78-83 .484

Jeff Thompson 2008-09 21-18 .538

Ryan Haun 2009-11 25-30 .455

Brian Michalak 2011-12 17-14 .548

TEAM RECORDS – GAME

Most Points:

118 vs. Olivet Nazarene (119), 2006-07

Fewest Points:

25 vs. Rollins (85), 1993-94

Most Points, Opponent:

119, Olivet Nazarene (USF 118), 2006-07;

119, Olivet Nazarene (USF 111 - ot), 2009-10

Fewest Points, Opponent:

18, Indiana Northwest (USF 92), 2000-01

Largest Winning Margin:

89 (USF 115, Indiana Northwest 26), 2007-08

Largest Losing Margin:

70 (IUPU-Ft. Wayne 109, USF 39), 1995-96

Most Points, One Half, USF:

65 vs. Aquinas (38), 2006-07

Fewest Points, One Half, USF:

9 vs. Rollins (36), 1993-94

Most Points, One Half, Opponent:

69, Olivet Nazarene (USF 64), 2006-07

Fewest Points, One Half, Opponent:

6, Dominican (USF 57), 1982-83;

6, Indiana Northwest (USF 45), 2000-01;

6, Indiana Northwest (USF 32), 2001-02;

6, Indiana Northwest (USF 30), 2002-03

Most Field Goals Made, USF:

53 vs. Dominican, 1983-84

Most Free Throws Made, USF:

39 vs. Purdue Calumet, 1992-93

Most Rebounds, USF:

65 vs. Indiana Northwest, 2000-01;

65 vs. Saint Xavier, 2000-01

Field Goal Percentage, USF:

.600 vs. Aquinas, 1991-92

Free Throw Percentage, USF:

1.000 vs. Bethel (Ind.), 15-of-15, 2007-08

TEAM RECORDS – SEASON

Most Wins: 26 (26-9) (1980-81)

Average Points: 81.7 (2006-07)

Field Goal Percentage: .473 (1980-81)

Free Throw Percentage: .761 (2011-12)

Average Rebounds: 47.1 (1993-94)

Consecutive Wins: 11 (‘80-81, ‘87-88)

Consecutive Losses: 15 (1998-99)

Three-Point Attempts: 855 (2007-08)

Three-Point Field Goals: 295 (2007-08)

Three-Point Percentage: .349 (1996-97)

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Record Book

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Most Points

• Game:

45 - Colleen Fitzgerald vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 12/14/84

• Season:

688 - Chris Prieboy, 1982-83

• Career:

2,377 - Chris Prieboy, 1980-83

Field Goal Percentage

• Game (min. 10 attempts):

1.000 - Colleen Fitzgerald vs. Rosary (10-of-10), 2/4/85

• Season:

.580 - Kristin Douglas, 2002-03

• Career:

.536 – Kristina Yedinak, 2006-09

Rebounds

• Game:

23 - Diane Comer vs. Wisconsin-Parkside, 11/18/86;

23 - Marcy Turek vs. Purdue Calumet, 2/19/92;

23 - Marcy Turek vs. National-Louis, 2/27/92;

23 - Kristy Pegues vs. Trinity Christian, 2/8/94

• Season:

418 - Diane Comer, 1986-87

• Career:

1,360 - Marcy Turek, 1989-93

Free Throw Percentage

Game (min. 10 attempts):

1.000 - Colleen Fitzgerald vs. Wake Forest (12-of-12), 1/3/84;

1.000 - Paula Perczynski vs. St. Ambrose (12-of-12), 1/23/88;

1.000 - Janet Jacobs vs. IUPUI (12-of-12), 12/3/93;

1.000 - Allison Randle vs. Dominican (10-of-10), 2/8/2000

Season:

.835 - Colleen Fitzgerald, 1984-85

Career:

.783 - Joanie Meyer, 1989-93

Assists

• Game:

14 - Chris Feeney vs. McKendree, 1/17/87

• Season:

141 - Chris Feeney, 1986-87

• Career:

413 - Kristina Yedinak, 2006-09

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts

• Game:

18 - Jacqie Storm vs. Olivet Nazarene, 2/16/08

• Season:

246 - Jacqie Storm, 2007-08

• Career:

873 - Jacqie Storm, 2007-10

Field Goals Made

• Game:

17 - Colleen Fitzgerald vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 12/14/84

• Season:

296 - Chris Prieboy, 1982-83

• Career:

1,054 - Chris Prieboy, 1980-83

Three-Point Field Goals Made

• Game:

8 - Jacqie Storm vs. Olivet Nazarene, 2/10/07

• Season:

82 - Jacqie Storm, 2006-07

• Career:

282 – Jacqie Storm, 2007-10

Free Throws Made

• Game:

18 - Laney Pellegrini vs. Robert Morris, 2/15/03

• Season:

198 - Laney Pellegrini, 2002-03

• Career:

411 - Laney Pellegrini, 2000-03

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Opponent Series Records

OPPONENT..................................... W-L (STREAK)

Air Force ................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Alaska-Fairbanks........................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Aquinas ................................................... 6-6 (W-4)

Arkansas Baptist...................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Army ......................................................... 1-1 (L-1)

Augustana............................................... 2-0 (W-2)

Aurora..................................................... 3-0 (W-3)

Avila .......................................................... 2-1 (L-1)

Bemidji State ............................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Benedictine (Ill.)...................................... 3-1 (W-2)

Bethel (Ind.)............................................. 2-8 (W-1)

Blackburn................................................ 1-0 (W-1)

Bradley...................................................... 0-4 (L-4)

Briar Cliff ................................................ 1-0 (W-1)

California Baptist....................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Calumet St. Joseph ............................... 22-1 (W-2)

Campbellsville .......................................... 0-2 (L-2)

Cardinal Stritch ......................................... 1-8 (L-1)

Carroll (Mont.)........................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Carroll (Wis.)........................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Carson-Newman ....................................... 0-2 (L-2)

Carthage ................................................... 1-2 (L-2)

Cedarville .................................................. 0-1 (L-1)

Central State ............................................. 0-2 (L-2)

Chicago...................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Chicago State........................................... 17-3 (L-1)

Christian Brothers .................................... 0-2 (L-2)

Clarke ..................................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Colorado.................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Colorado College..................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Concordia Chicago .................................... 1-1 (L-1)

Cornerstone ........................................... 1-1 (W-1)

Culver-Stockton ........................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Cumberland .............................................. 0-3 (L-3)

Cumberlands ............................................ 0-2 (L-2)

Davenport ................................................ 1-1 (L-1)

Denver .................................................... 1-0 (W-1)

DePaul....................................................... 0-5 (L-5)

Doane ....................................................... 0-2 (L-2)

Dominican............................................. 21-19 (L-1)

East-West................................................ 1-0 (W-1)

Eastern Illinois........................................... 0-3 (L-3)

Eastern Oregon......................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Eckerd ..................................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Elmhurst.................................................. 6-0 (W-6)

Emmanuel ................................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Eureka..................................................... 5-0 (W-5)

Florida Gulf Coast...................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Florida International................................. 0-1 (L-1)

Florida Memorial..................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Florida Tech............................................... 1-1 (L-1)

Freed-Hardeman .................................. *1-2 (W-1)

Gardner-Webb ......................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Georgetown (Ky.).................................... 4-0 (W-4)

Goshen ..................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Grace ...................................................... 2-1 (W-1)

Grand Valley State .................................... 0-2 (L-2)

Greenville................................................ 3-0 (W-3)

Hannibal-LaGrange ................................. 1-2 (W-1)

Harding ................................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Harris-Stowe State................................ *2-0 (W-2)

Haskell Indian Nations .............................. 0-1 (L-1)

Holy Cross (Ind.)...................................... 3-1 (W-1)

Holy Family ............................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Hope ....................................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Huntington ............................................. 1-0 (W-1)

OPPONENT..................................... W-L (STREAK)

Illinois-Chicago........................................ 2-1 (W-2)

Illinois-Springfield.................................... 3-3 (W-1)

Illinois State............................................. 2-2 (W-2)

Illinois Tech............................................ 35-2 (W-9)

Illinois Wesleyan....................................... 7-5 (L-4)

Indiana (Pa.).............................................. 0-1 (L-1)

Indiana Northwest.............................. 17-0 (W-17)

Indiana South Bend............................... 21-24 (L-1)

Indiana Tech.............................................. 0-1 (L-1)

Indiana Wesleyan...................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Indianapolis .............................................. 0-6 (L-6)

Indiana/Purdue-Fort Wayne .................... 0-2 (L-2)

Indiana/Purdue-Indianapolis ............... 0-12 (L-12)

Iowa Wesleyan.......................................... 0-1 (L-1)

John Brown ............................................ 1-0 (W-1)

Judson................................................... 12-5 (W-1)

Kendall..................................................... 2-2 (W-1)

Kentucky State........................................ 1-0 (W-1)

La Sierra .................................................. 1-0 (W-1)

Lake Forest.............................................. 4-1 (W-3)

Lake Superior State................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Lambuth ................................................. 1-1 (W-1)

Lee ............................................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Lenoir-Rhyne .......................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Lewis...................................................... 8-35 (W-1)

Lincoln (Pa.)............................................. 1-0 (W-1)

Lincoln Memorial ..................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Lindsey Wilson ......................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Loras ......................................................... 2-7 (L-3)

Loyola Chicago.......................................... 3-9 (L-5)

Madonna ................................................ 1-0 (W-1)

Mankato State........................................... 0-2 (L-2)

Marquette................................................. 4-3 (L-1)

Marycrest International ........................... 3-5 (L-1)

McKendree............................................ 10-3 (W-2)

Mercer ...................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Metropolitan State.................................. 1-0 (W-1)

Michigan-Dearborn................................. 2-0 (W-2)

Michigan Tech........................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Midland Lutheran ................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Millikin....................................................... 3-5 (L-2)

Minnesota-Duluth..................................... 0-4 (L-4)

Missouri Baptist........................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Missouri-Rolla........................................... 0-4 (L-4)

Missouri-St. Louis...................................... 2-1 (L-1)

Missouri Western...................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Montana Western..................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Moody Bible............................................ 2-0 (W-2)

Morris Brown ........................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Mount Mercy ........................................... 1-2 (L-1)

Mount St. Clare ...................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Mundelein............................................... 6-0 (W-6)

National-Louis......................................... 21-8 (L-2)

Nebraska-Omaha.................................... 1-0 (W-1)

New Orleans ........................................... 1-0 (W-1)

North Central.......................................... 7-3 (W-2)

North Dakota State................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Northeastern Illinois.............................. 11-5 (W-6)

Northern Colorado.................................. 1-0 (W-1)

Northern Iowa........................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Northern Michigan.................................... 1-4 (L-4)

Northland.................................................. 0-1 (L-1)

North Park............................................... 2-0 (W-2)

Northwestern............................................ 0-2 (L-2)

Northwood (Fla.)..................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Northwood (Mich.).................................. 1-0 (W-1)

OPPONENT..................................... W-L (STREAK)

Notre Dame (Ind.)..................................... 1-2 (L-2)

Oakland City ............................................. 1-7 (L-2)

Olivet Nazarene..................................... 29-34 (L-6)

Ozarks........................................................ 0-2 (L-2)

Peru State................................................ 1-0 (W-1)

Purdue Calumet ................................... 34-21 (L-2)

Quincy..................................................... 3-16 (L-3)

Regis ....................................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Rio Grande ............................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Robert Morris...................................... 18-10 (W-1)

Rockford.................................................. 4-0 (W-4)

Rollins ....................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Roosevelt................................................... 2-2 (L-1)

Rust .......................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Saginaw Valley State................................. 0-3 (L-3)

St. Ambrose ............................................ 5-21 (L-6)

St. Benedict............................................... 0-1 (L-1)

St. Joseph’s (Ind.)...................................... 1-4 (L-4)

St. Leo ....................................................... 0-1 (L-1)

St. Louis .................................................... 1-3 (L-2)

St. Mary’s (Ind.)....................................... 2-0 (W-2)

St. Scholastica............................................ 0-1 (L-1)

St. Thomas (Fla.)...................................... 1-0 (W-1)

St. Thomas Aquinas................................... 0-1 (L-1)

St. Vincent .............................................. 2-0 (W-2)

Saint Francis (Ind.)................................. *4-4 (W-1)

Saint Xavier........................................... 7-26 (W-1)

Sciences, Univ. of ..................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Shawnee State .......................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Siena Heights .......................................... 6-1 (W-4)

Slippery Rock ............................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Southeast Missouri State........................ 1-0 (W-1)

Southern Illinois-Edwardsville................... 2-4 (L-4)

Southern Indiana....................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Southern Nazarene .................................. 0-1 (L-1)

Spring Arbor ........................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Stephens.................................................. 2-0 (W-2)

Steubenville............................................. 1-0 (W-1)

Taylor ...................................................... 1-2 (W-1)

Trine ......................................................... 1-1 (L-1)

Trinity Christian..................................... 19-9 (W-6)

Trinity International................................ 7-4 (W-1)

Truman State ............................................ 0-2 (L-2)

Union (Tenn.)............................................ 0-4 (L-4)

Valparaiso ................................................. 1-1 (L-1)

Wake Forest ........................................... 1-0 (W-1)

Wayne State (Mich.)................................. 0-1 (L-1)

West Liberty State .................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Wheaton.................................................. 3-0 (W-3)

Wisconsin-Eau Claire............................... 2-0 (W-2)

Wisconsin-Green Bay................................ 1-2 (L-2)

Wisconsin-LaCrosse................................... 0-1 (L-1)

Wisconsin-Milwaukee............................. 2-10 (L-8)

Wisconsin-Oshkosh................................. 2-2 (W-1)

Wisconsin-Parkside............................... 13-11 (L-3)

Wisconsin-Stout........................................ 0-1 (L-1)

Xavier (La.)............................................... 1-1 (W-1)

Xavier (Ohio)............................................. 0-2 (L-2)

*Includes forfeit win

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Pat Sullivan Center

PAT SULLIVAN CENTER/PAT QUIGLEY COURT

The centerpiece of USF Athletics – the Pat Sullivan Center – opened in 1986 and serves as the home

venue for the Saints’ men’s and women’s basketball teams and volleyball team. The facility also houses

the athletic department offices, the athletic training room, the USF Fitness Center, two racquetball courts,

a golf hitting studio and numerous locker rooms.

The Recreation Center was renamed the Pat Sullivan Center in the fall of 2010. Sullivan was the long-time

men’s basketball coach (1976-2010), director of athletics (1986-2000) and athletics chairman (2000-10)

for the Saints prior to his retirement following the 2009-10 basketball season.

The playing court in the Sullivan Center was named after the late Pat Quigley back in 1994. Quigley, a

member of the USF Hall of Fame who completed his basketball playing career in 1981, lost his battle

with cancer in 1994. Several of his USF teammates, led by his close friends Mike Brennan and Ron Kenny,

spearheaded a drive to donate scholarship funds in honor of their classmate and have the court dedicated

in his memory.

The Sullivan Center has taken on a new look in the past two years. New scoreboards and a courtside

scorer’s table and message center were added prior to the 2010-11 season. A large banner with the

Fighting Saints’ new logo was displayed on the west wall. The playing court was refinished and repainted

in the summer of 2011, and new wall padding and a new sound system were added this past summer.


2012-13 University of St. Francis Fighting Saints

Back row (standing l-r)

Denitsa Owikoti, Head Coach Samantha Quigley, Assistant Coach Dan McCarthy,

Assistant Coach Mike Delrose, Assistant Coach Cosima Tines, LaTrece Harris

Second row (kneeling l-r)

Marissa Draper, Paige Stankus, Ashley Teresiak, Katie Gonnering, Morgan Novak,

Alexis Brown, Cydney Weisflog

Front row (sitting l-r)

Khadija Cooley, Kristy Scialabba, Kaitlyn Ray, Debra Jenkins

Engaging mind and spirit

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