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St. Edward’s University<br />

BASKETBALL<br />

2007–2008<br />

Tammy y Bartosh<br />

Senior<br />

Jackie Sa Saathoff off<br />

Senior<br />

Alesheia White<br />

Senior<br />

Becca cca Nagel<br />

Senior<br />

Alana Lara<br />

Senior


00 11 12 13 15 22 23<br />

Tammy<br />

Bartosh<br />

Alana<br />

Lara<br />

Alesheia<br />

White<br />

Sophia<br />

Holguin<br />

Whitney<br />

Regian<br />

Haley<br />

Tidwell<br />

Head Coach As<strong>st</strong>. Coach<br />

Jennifer<br />

J.J.<br />

White<br />

Riehl<br />

Charron<br />

Sumler<br />

Erika<br />

Rowland<br />

Becca<br />

Nagel<br />

24 32 33 34 42 50 55<br />

Kelli<br />

Payton<br />

Leah<br />

Starr<br />

Jackie<br />

Saathoff<br />

Grad. Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Jennifer<br />

Knight<br />

Nicole<br />

Etheridge<br />

Sara<br />

Head


HILLTOPPER WOMEN’S BASKETBALL<br />

Quick Facts<br />

Tammy Tamm<br />

Bartosh, Senior<br />

Location Au<strong>st</strong>in, Texas 78704<br />

Founded 1885<br />

Enrollment 5,224<br />

Affi liation NCAA Division II<br />

Conference Heartland<br />

Facility (Capacity) Recreation and Convocation Cen Center (1,400)<br />

Nickname Hilltoppers<br />

Colors Navy Blue and Metallic Gold<br />

President George E. Martin, PhD<br />

Athletics Director Debbie Taylor, MEd<br />

Associate Athletic Director/Compliance Scott Abel, JD<br />

Associate Athletic Director/Facilities and Events Nikki Cockrell<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Athletic Director/Student Services Jennifer White<br />

Faculty Athletics Representative Frank Smith, PhD<br />

Admini<strong>st</strong>rative Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Marilyn Wilke<br />

Head Athletic Trainer Melinda Terry<br />

Head Coach Jennifer White<br />

Record at School (Years) 43-65 (4)<br />

Career Record (Years) Same<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Coach J.J. Riehl<br />

2006 Record 9-18<br />

2006 Conference Record/Finish 6-4/2nd<br />

Starters Returning/Lo<strong>st</strong> 5/0<br />

Letterwinners Returning/Lo<strong>st</strong> 13/2<br />

Sports Information Director Logan Lawrence<br />

SID Offi ce Phone 512-464-8810<br />

SID Cell 512-636-2779<br />

SID Fax 512-428-1001<br />

SID Email loganl@<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu<br />

Website www.<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu/sports<br />

2007–08 Season<br />

Preview<br />

Pages 3<br />

Meet the Team<br />

Pages 4–11<br />

2006–07 Season Recap<br />

Pages 12–13<br />

Hi<strong>st</strong>ory & Records<br />

Pages 14–21<br />

St. Edward’s University<br />

Athletics<br />

Pages 22–29<br />

St. Edward’s University<br />

Pages 30–31<br />

This is Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

Page 32<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

1


2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 2<br />

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE<br />

Logan Lawrence<br />

Sports Information Director<br />

Offi ce: 512-464-8810<br />

Cell: 512-636-2779<br />

E-mail: loganl@<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu<br />

Cross Country<br />

Golf<br />

Men’s Basketball<br />

Men’s Soccer<br />

Tennis<br />

Jessica Burkemper<br />

Student Intern<br />

Offi ce: 512-464-8810<br />

E-mail: jessb@<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu<br />

Softball<br />

Women’s Basketball<br />

Women’s Soccer<br />

Tim Hansen<br />

Student Intern<br />

Offi ce: 512-464-8810<br />

E-mail: thansen@<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu<br />

Baseball<br />

Volleyball<br />

Media Outlets<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in American-Statesman<br />

P.O. Box 670<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in, TX 78767<br />

Phone: 512-912-2952<br />

Fax: 512-445-3868<br />

Associated Press–Texas<br />

1005 Congress Ave., Ste. 995<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in, TX 78701-2469<br />

Phone: 512-472-4404<br />

Fax: 512-469-0800<br />

KVUE-24 ABC<br />

3201 Steck Ave.<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in, TX 78757<br />

Phone: 512-459-6521<br />

Fax: 512-533-2233<br />

KEYE-TV CBS<br />

10700 Metric Ave.<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in, TX 78758<br />

Phone: 512-835-0042<br />

Fax: 512-490-2111<br />

Media Information<br />

The 2007–2008 edition of the St. Edward’s Women’s Basketball Media<br />

Guide has been produced to assi<strong>st</strong> you with your coverage of the<br />

Hilltoppers. Additional information, photographs and <strong>st</strong>ati<strong>st</strong>ics are available<br />

upon reque<strong>st</strong>.<br />

COVERING PRACTICE<br />

Practice sessions are generally open to the media. Representatives of<br />

the media are encouraged to contact the St. Edward’s University Sports<br />

Information Offi ce to arrange easy access to players and coaches prior to<br />

or following practice. Practice times vary. Contact the St. Edward’s Sports<br />

Information Offi ce for practice times.<br />

PHONE INTERVIEWS<br />

The St. Edward’s University Sports Information Offi ce reque<strong>st</strong>s media<br />

representatives arrange phone interviews at lea<strong>st</strong> one day in advance.<br />

Phone interviews can be arranged by calling the Sports Information Offi ce.<br />

In maintaining St. Edward’s University Athletics’ policy, individual phone<br />

numbers of <strong>st</strong>udent-athletes may not be given out.<br />

INTERNET ACCESS<br />

For the late<strong>st</strong> news regarding St. Edward’s University Athletics, including<br />

updated <strong>st</strong>ati<strong>st</strong>ics, results, press releases and hi<strong>st</strong>orical archives, go to the<br />

Athletics’ website at www.<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu/sports.<br />

Sports Information Fax: 512-428-1001<br />

St. Edward’s University Recreation and Convocation Center<br />

KTBC-TV FOX<br />

119 Ea<strong>st</strong> 10th St.<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in, TX 78701<br />

Phone: 512-476-7777<br />

Fax: 512-495-7060<br />

NEWS 8-Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

1708 Colorado St.<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in, TX 78701-1131<br />

Phone: 512-531-8000<br />

Fax: 512-531-1234


The 2006–2007 season was one in which<br />

Head Coach Jennifer White’s team displayed<br />

tremendous improvement over the<br />

course of the year. Without a senior on the<br />

ro<strong>st</strong>er, the young team <strong>st</strong>ruggled again<strong>st</strong> a<br />

diffi cult early non-conference schedule but<br />

surged in January and February en route to a<br />

second place fi nish in the Heartland Conference.<br />

Their 6–4 mark in the Heartland left<br />

them ju<strong>st</strong> one game behind the conference<br />

champion, Montana State–Billings. Despite<br />

an overall record of 9–18, the Hilltoppers won<br />

seven of their la<strong>st</strong> 12 regular season games<br />

and are looking to parlay that momentum<br />

into a successful 2007–2008 campaign. This<br />

season, the team will be relying heavily on<br />

experience and maturity, with 13 returning<br />

players and one transfer. Here’s a breakdown<br />

of this year’s squad:<br />

POINT GUARD This year’s squad will have<br />

the luxury of three solid players on the point:<br />

junior Whitney Regian, senior Alana Lara<br />

and sophomore Kelli Payton. Regian <strong>st</strong>arted<br />

26 games la<strong>st</strong> season and was the team’s<br />

second-leading scorer, averaging 8.1 points<br />

per game. She also was the co-leader in<br />

three-point shots with 35. Lara missed the<br />

majority of the games in 2006–2007 with<br />

injuries, so the infusion of her aggressiveness<br />

and leadership should give the team a great<br />

boo<strong>st</strong>. Payton, who played exclusively at the<br />

shooting-guard position a year ago, will see<br />

her role expand this season. Since Regian<br />

also has the skills to play a perimeter wing<br />

spot, Coach White will have the fl exibility to<br />

play more than one of these three together in<br />

certain situations.<br />

FORWARD/PERIMETER Senior Tammy<br />

Bartosh, who <strong>st</strong>arted all 27 games la<strong>st</strong> season,<br />

was fi fth in scoring with 6.9 points per<br />

game and second in rebounding with 5.9 per<br />

game. She also earned the Heartland Conference<br />

Defensive Player of the Year award and<br />

second-team all-conference honors. Having<br />

played signifi cant minutes for the pa<strong>st</strong> three<br />

seasons, Bartosh is one of the mo<strong>st</strong> experienced<br />

players in the conference. Haley<br />

Tidwell, a sophomore, contributed off the<br />

bench in 26 games and was the third-leading<br />

scorer with 7.7 points per game. A great<br />

long-range shooter, Tidwell was tied with<br />

Regian for three-pointers made on the year<br />

at 35. Senior Becca Nagel and sophomore<br />

Nicole Etheridge are expected to undertake<br />

expanded roles from la<strong>st</strong> season. The quartet<br />

of Bartosh, Tidwell, Nagel and Etheridge<br />

will be called upon to collectively plug the<br />

gap left by a season-ending injury to junior<br />

Sophia Holguin. Holguin, who <strong>st</strong>arted all<br />

27 games la<strong>st</strong> season and was the leading<br />

scorer with 8.6 points per game, will redshirt<br />

during the 2007–2008 season.<br />

POST Sophomore Sara Head <strong>st</strong>arted 19 of<br />

27 games la<strong>st</strong> season. Head’s physical inside<br />

play made her the team’s leading rebounder<br />

with 6.2 boards a game and fourth-leading<br />

2007–2008 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

scorer with 7.1 points. She earned Heartland<br />

Conference honorable mention honors. Joining<br />

Head up front are junior Charron Sumler<br />

and seniors Aleshiea White and Jackie<br />

Saathoff. Sumler <strong>st</strong>arted 15 of 26 games and<br />

averaged 4.5 rebounds and 6.5 points per<br />

game. Her active rebounding and shot-blocking<br />

ability helped Sumler earn Heartland<br />

Conference honorable mention honors. White<br />

proved to be a reliable po<strong>st</strong> defender and<br />

rebounder a year ago while <strong>st</strong>arting fi ve of 25<br />

games and averaging 3.8 points. Saathoff,<br />

a blue-collar type player who runs the fl oor<br />

exceptionally well, <strong>st</strong>arted 15 of 25 games<br />

and averaged 3.2 points per game. Junior<br />

Erika Rowland continued to improve and is<br />

a player that Coach White depends upon to<br />

cause match-up problems inside for opposing<br />

po<strong>st</strong> players. The team’s only newcomer<br />

is junior Leah Starr, a transfer from Southern<br />

Methodi<strong>st</strong>. White says Starr will be a versatile<br />

inside-outside offensive threat with the ability<br />

to score in the paint and make long-range<br />

shots from the perimeter.<br />

2007–2008 SCHEDULE The tradition of<br />

playing an arduous non-conference slate<br />

will continue for the Hilltoppers this season.<br />

They will face a large number of regionally<br />

and nationally ranked Division II opponents<br />

in preparation for the Heartland schedule.<br />

Many of these matchups will come from the<br />

powerful Lone Star Conference, including<br />

games again<strong>st</strong> Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, Angelo<br />

State, Tarleton State, Southea<strong>st</strong>ern Oklahoma,<br />

Ea<strong>st</strong> Central and Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State. Some<br />

national challenges will also come on the<br />

team’s mid-December trip to the Bahamas<br />

Sunshine Shootout in Nassau. The Heartland<br />

Conference race is sure to be a competitive<br />

one, with in-<strong>st</strong>ate rivals Incarnate Word<br />

and St. Mary’s expected to be formidable<br />

contenders.<br />

“La<strong>st</strong> year’s team was very young, in terms of<br />

experience,” says White. “There were several<br />

games where we lo<strong>st</strong> in the fi nal minutes<br />

because we didn’t know how to fi nish the<br />

game. We’re going to try to change that this<br />

season and have the right mentality to do<br />

so.” The team, which White has described<br />

as a fun group that pulls for one another, has<br />

adopted the motto “We don’t work out, we out<br />

work.” With that in mind, the squad is looking<br />

forward to the challenging competition that<br />

lies ahead.<br />

2007–2008 Ro<strong>st</strong>er<br />

No. Player Pos. Ht. Yr./Exp. Hometown/Previous School<br />

00 Tammy Bartosh F 5-10 Sr./3L Duncanville, Texas/Duncanville HS<br />

11 Alana Lara G 5-5 Sr./1L Willis, Texas/Collin County CC<br />

12 Sophia Holguin G 5-9 Jr./2L Las Cruces, N.M./Mayfi eld HS<br />

13 Whitney Regian G 5-8 Jr./1L Aledo, Texas/TCU<br />

15 Charron Sumler F 5-10 Jr./2L San Antonio, Texas/O’Connor HS<br />

22 Becca Nagel F 5-9 Sr./3L Boerne, Texas/Boerne HS<br />

23 Nicole Etheridge G 5-8 So./1L Hou<strong>st</strong>on, Texas/Cypress-Fairbanks HS<br />

24 Kelli Payton G 5-9 So./1L Wimberley, Texas/Wimberley HS<br />

32 Alesheia White F 6-1 Sr./1L Pfl ugerville, Texas/UT Arlington<br />

33 Leah Starr F 6-1 Jr./TR Georgetown, Texas/SMU<br />

34 Haley Tidwell F 5-9 So./1L Boyd, Texas/Boyd HS<br />

42 Erika Rowland F 6-4 Jr./2L Au<strong>st</strong>in, Texas/We<strong>st</strong>wood HS<br />

50 Jackie Saathoff F 5-11 Sr./3L Granbury, Texas/Granbury HS<br />

55 Sara Head F 6-2 So./1L Keller, Texas/University of Pacifi c (Calif.)<br />

Head Coach: Jennifer White (Fifth Season, Louisiana Tech, ’83)<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Coach: J.J. Riehl (Sixth Season, St. Edward’s, ’02)<br />

Graduate Assi<strong>st</strong>ant: Jennifer Knight<br />

Volunteer Assi<strong>st</strong>ant: Jim Stern<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

3


2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 4<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

Jennifer White<br />

Head Coach, Fifth Season<br />

Louisiana Tech University, ’85<br />

Jennifer White enters her fi fth season as head women’s<br />

basketball coach at St. Edward’s University. During her<br />

tenure, White has led the Hilltoppers to a 43–65 record.<br />

La<strong>st</strong> season, White led her team to the semifi nals of the<br />

Heartland Conference Tournament, where they fell in overtime<br />

to Incarnate Word. In the 2005–2006 season, she led<br />

St. Edward’s to the Heartland Conference regular-season championship. For her<br />

efforts, White was named Heartland Conference Coach of the Year.<br />

White came to the hilltop from the PlayStrong division of Ironsmith Corporation<br />

in Au<strong>st</strong>in, which she developed. PlayStrong has received national and <strong>st</strong>atewide<br />

recognition for its development of fundamental basketball skills and its training and<br />

conditioning programs. Its clients have included coaches and athletes from junior<br />

high school to the professional level, including Harvard, Yale, Bo<strong>st</strong>on College,<br />

Dartmouth, University of Minnesota, Texas A&M, Bentley, Trinity, Bethel College and<br />

the ABL Colorado Explosion.<br />

Her education and playing experience began in 1979 at women’s basketball powerhouse<br />

Louisiana Tech University in Ru<strong>st</strong>on, La. During her time at Louisiana Tech,<br />

she was a member of the 1981 AIAW Division I and 1982 NCAA Division I national<br />

championship teams. In 1983, she earned her undergraduate degree in Physical<br />

Education and was awarded an NCAA po<strong>st</strong>-graduate scholarship. She earned<br />

an MS in Physical Education from Louisiana Tech in 1985. Following that, she was<br />

hired as a full-time assi<strong>st</strong>ant coach by legendary Coach Leon Barmore and spent<br />

the next fi ve years (1985–1990) with the Lady Tech<strong>st</strong>ers. During that time, the team<br />

po<strong>st</strong>ed an impressive 153–15 record, including four Final Four appearances and a<br />

national championship in 1988.<br />

After leaving Louisiana Tech in 1990, she accepted an assi<strong>st</strong>ant coaching position<br />

at UT–Au<strong>st</strong>in under Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame member Jody Conradt. She<br />

spent the next three years recruiting, on-fl oor coaching, and preparing the Lady<br />

Longhorns on the defensive end of the fl oor.<br />

J.J. Riehl<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Coach, Sixth Season<br />

St. Edward’s University, ’02, MAHS ’04<br />

J.J. Riehl is in her sixth season as the assi<strong>st</strong>ant coach for the Hilltoppers. Riehl’s primary duties include working with<br />

perimeter players, recruiting, budgeting, purchasing equipment, scheduling games and monitoring <strong>st</strong>udent-athlete<br />

academic <strong>st</strong>atus.<br />

Riehl is entering her fi fth year under the direction of Head Coach Jennifer White. Both have worked long and hard to<br />

turn the program around. That work paid off in 2005–2006 with a 15–12 overall record, a co-conference championship<br />

and the program’s fi r<strong>st</strong> bid to the Heartland Conference tournament. Riehl has helped produce 13 all-conference players and one conference<br />

player of the year during her fi ve seasons.<br />

Riehl was an all-<strong>st</strong>ate player from 1996 to1998 for Dripping Springs High School. Her team reached the 3A State Tournament three times, earning<br />

two <strong>st</strong>ate runner-up titles and one <strong>st</strong>ate semifi nali<strong>st</strong>.<br />

Riehl was a three-year <strong>st</strong>arter and a two-year team captain for the Hilltoppers. She received such honors as second-team all-conference in<br />

1999–2000 and all-conference honorable mention in 2001–2002. She fi nished her basketball career at St. Edward’s by scoring her 1,000th<br />

point in January 2002.<br />

Riehl received her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 2002 and earned a Ma<strong>st</strong>er of Arts in Human Services with a Sports Management concentration<br />

in the summer of 2004.


00 Tammy Bartosh<br />

Senior | 5-10 | Forward<br />

Duncanville | Duncanville HS<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Junior: One of two players to <strong>st</strong>art all 27 games for the Hilltoppers; second on the he<br />

team in rebounds (5.9 rpg) and assi<strong>st</strong>s (55); named second-team all-conference e<br />

and the Heartland Conference Defensive Player of the Year; tallied a double-double uble<br />

with 11 points and 10 rebounds in a victory over UT–Permian Basin (2/8/07); had d a<br />

season-high 12 rebounds versus UT–Permian Basin (1/25/07); regi<strong>st</strong>ered a seasononhigh 15 points to go along with eight rebounds versus Montana State–Billings (1/7/07); scored in double fi gures<br />

in seven games.<br />

Sophomore: Started all 27 games; led the team in offensive (67) and defensive (97) rebounds; led the team am in<br />

rebounds per game (6.1); second on the team in average minutes (30.5); second on the team in three-point nt fi eldgoal<br />

percentage (.370); earned honorable mention all-conference; had a double-double with 16 points and d 10<br />

rebounds in a victory over Ea<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico (12/10/05); tallied 14 points and 11 rebounds in an overtime me vic- victory<br />

over Panhandle State (1/11/06); dished out a career-high six assi<strong>st</strong>s versus We<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico (2/18/06). 8/06).<br />

Freshman: Started all 27 games; led the team in offensive rebounds (67); third on the team in rebounds per<br />

game (5.5) and assi<strong>st</strong>s (40); averaged 5.6 points in 29.3 minutes; regi<strong>st</strong>ered fi r<strong>st</strong> career double-double with th 10<br />

rebounds and 10 points again<strong>st</strong> Panhandle State (2/3/05).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Coach Cathy Self-Morgan at Duncanville High School; as a senior was named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team eam<br />

all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and was the team’s defensive player of the year; also named academic all-di<strong>st</strong>rict all four years and<br />

academic all-<strong>st</strong>ate for three years; was a member of <strong>st</strong>ate championship team her junior season.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Birthday: Jan. 28, 1986<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

Parents: Tom and Carol Bartosh<br />

2004–05 27-27 792-29.3 52-133 .391 2-8 .250 45-70 .643 67-82-149 5.5 40 48 7 13 151 5.6<br />

Siblings: brothers, T.J., Cliff and Craig;<br />

2005–06 27-27 824-30.5 71-178 .399 10-27 .370 39-54 .722 67-97-164 6.1 42 39 4 27 191 7.1<br />

si<strong>st</strong>er, Catherine<br />

2006–07 27-27 822-30.4 62-214 .290 20-78 .256 43-61 .705 61-98-159 5.9 55 57 1 24 187 6.9<br />

Major: Elementary Education<br />

Total 81-81 2438-30.1 185-525 .352 32-113 .283 127-185 .686 195-277-472 5.8 137 144 12 64 529 6.5<br />

11 Alana Lara<br />

Senior | 5-5 | Guard<br />

Willis | Willis HS (Collin County CC)<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Junior: Appeared in four games, <strong>st</strong>arting one of them for the Hilltoppers; averaged ged<br />

2.5 rebounds and 1.3 assi<strong>st</strong>s per game; scored four points and dished out three assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

at Montana State–Billings (1/707); had a career-high four rebounds in a victory tory<br />

over Lincoln (1/3/07).<br />

PRIOR TO ST. EDWARD’S<br />

Lettered two seasons for Head Coach Jeff Allen at Collin County Community College; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team allconference<br />

her freshman season; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-conference and the conference’s defensive player of the<br />

year while leading her team to a 20–11 record and the regional tournament for the fi r<strong>st</strong> time in school hi<strong>st</strong>ory; y;<br />

also named academic all-America her sophomore season.<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coach Kelly Savoy at Willis High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her junior and<br />

senior seasons; named the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s defensive player of the year and TABC Academic all-<strong>st</strong>ate while leading g her<br />

team to an area championship her senior season.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: Aug. 16, 1986<br />

Parents: Alexander Jr. and Melanie Lara<br />

Siblings: brothers, Alexander III and Ben; si<strong>st</strong>ers, Carolyn and Jennifer<br />

Major: Kinesiology<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 4-1 51-12.8 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 6-4-10 2.5 5 3 0 5 4 1.0<br />

Total 4-1 51-12.8 2-8 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 6-4-10 2.5 5 3 0 5 4 1.0<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS DS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 6<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

22 Becca Nagel<br />

Senior | 5-9 | Forward<br />

Boerne | Boerne HS<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Junior: Appeared in 16 games for the Hilltoppers; averaged 1.4<br />

points and 1.0 rebounds per game; led the team in free-throw shooting, making<br />

11 of 13 (.846); had a season-high fi ve points and three assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

in a victory over Ea<strong>st</strong> Central (12/5/06); was a perfect four of four from<br />

the free-throw line again<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M–International (2/3/07) and<br />

UT–Permian Basin (2/8/07).<br />

Sophomore: Appeared in 24 games; led the team in three-point fi eld-goal percentage (.444); tied for second<br />

on the team in fi eld-goal percentage, making 50 percent of her shots; averaged 8.1 minutes and shot<br />

70 percent from the free-throw line; had a career-high 10 points in a victory over Texas A&M–International<br />

(2/1/06).<br />

Freshman: Appeared in 19 games; averaged 7.3 minutes and shot 78 percent from the free-throw line; had<br />

a career-high six rebounds versus North Dakota State (11/26/04).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Coach Richard Herb<strong>st</strong> at Boerne High School; as a senior, was named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team allregion,<br />

was named second-team all-<strong>st</strong>ate, was a TABC All-State selection, and was an all-<strong>st</strong>ate selection by<br />

the Texas Coaches Association.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: July 22, 1986<br />

Parents: Gregory and Mary Nagel<br />

Siblings: brother, Andrew, plays for the St. Edward’s men’s basketball team; si<strong>st</strong>er, Sarah<br />

Major: Education<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2004–05 19-0 139-7.3 6-25 .240 2-9 .222 14-18 .778 7-16-23 1.2 5 8 3 2 28 1.5<br />

2005–06 24-0 194-8.1 16-32 .500 8-18 .444 7-10 .700 5-23-28 1.2 8 15 0 4 47 2.0<br />

2006–07 16-0 165-10.3 4-21 .190 3-12 .250 11-13 .846 5-11-16 1.0 8 12 2 7 22 1.4<br />

Total 59-0 498-8.4 26-78 .333 13-39 .333 32-41 .780 17-50-67 1.1 21 35 5 13 97 1.6<br />

32 Alesheia White<br />

Senior | 6-1 | Forward<br />

Pfl ugerville | Connally HS (UT–Arlington)<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Junior: Appeared in 25 games, <strong>st</strong>arting fi ve of them for the Hilltoppers;<br />

averaged 3.8 points and 2.4 rebounds per game; fi nished tied for second<br />

in blocks with nine; went fi ve for seven from the fl oor on her way to a<br />

career-high 12 points in a victory over UT–Permian Basin (1/25/07); was<br />

a perfect four of four from the fi eld and two of two from the charity <strong>st</strong>ripe,<br />

scoring 10 points in a victory over Ea<strong>st</strong> Central (12/5/06).<br />

PRIOR TO ST. EDWARD’S<br />

Played two seasons for Head Coach Donna Capps at UT–Arlington; helped team reach NCAA<br />

Tournament for the fi r<strong>st</strong> time in school hi<strong>st</strong>ory her freshman season; the team also won the Southland<br />

Conference Championship her freshman season; appeared in 39 games over the two seasons for<br />

the Lady Mavericks, including an appearance versus Texas Tech in the NCAA Tournament.<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coach Angie Hermesmeyer at Connally High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team<br />

all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s mo<strong>st</strong> valuable player her senior season after helping lead her team to a<br />

di<strong>st</strong>rict and regional championship on its way to the <strong>st</strong>ate semifi nals; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and<br />

the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s defensive player of the year her junior season; selected fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her freshman<br />

season; named academic all-di<strong>st</strong>rict all four years.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: April 17, 1985<br />

Parents: Larry and Michelle White<br />

Siblings: brother, Dominique; si<strong>st</strong>ers, Bria<br />

and Misha<br />

Major: Kinesiology<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 25-5 354-14.2 33-79 .418 3-12 .250 26-47 .553 32-29-61 2.4 10 38 9 10 95 3.8<br />

Total 25-5 354-14.2 33-79 .418 3-12 .250 26-47 .553 32-29-61 2.4 10 38 9 10 95 3.8


50 Jackie Saathoff<br />

Senior | 5-11 | Forward<br />

Granbury | Granbury HS<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Junior: Appeared in 23 games, <strong>st</strong>arting 14 for the Hilltoppers; averaged<br />

3.2 points and 1.9 rebounds per game; had a season-high nine points<br />

versus SE Oklahoma State (12/30/06); had a season-high fi ve rebounds<br />

versus Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian (11/18/06) and Panhandle State (1/27/07).<br />

Sophomore: Appeared in 27 games, making seven <strong>st</strong>arts; shot 77 percent<br />

from the free-throw line; averaged 1.9 rebounds in 12.8 minutes per<br />

game; went a perfect four for four from the fi eld for eight points in a victory over Texas A&M–International<br />

(2/1/06).<br />

Freshman: Appeared in all 27 games, <strong>st</strong>arting 11 of them; led the team in shooting percentage<br />

(.485); averaged 4.3 points and 2.2 rebounds in 14.3 minutes per conte<strong>st</strong>; was third on the team with<br />

10 blocks; scored a career-high 13 points to go along with a career-high seven rebounds in a victory<br />

over Rockhur<strong>st</strong> (1/9/05); regi<strong>st</strong>ered 10 points and two blocks versus Panhandle State (1/6/05).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Coach Leta Andrews at Granbury High School; averaged 12.1 points and 6.8<br />

rebounds a game and was a McDonald’s High School All-American Nominee her senior season; was<br />

a three-time all-di<strong>st</strong>rict selection and two-time Texas Basketball Magazine All-State Team selection.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: March 21, 1986<br />

Parents: Irv and Merrilee Saathoff<br />

Siblings: brother, Zachary; si<strong>st</strong>er,<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

Mackenzie<br />

2004–05 27-11 386-14.3 49-101 .485 0-4 .000 18-27 .667 20-39-59 2.2 9 29 10 4 116 4.3<br />

Major: Secondary Education<br />

2005–06 27-7 346-12.8 37-94 .394 0-0 .000 17-22 .773 22-28-50 1.9 11 25 7 11 91 3.4<br />

2006–07 23-14 317-13.8 30-96 .313 0-1 .000 13-17 .765 15-28-43 1.9 11 29 8 7 73 3.2<br />

Total 77-32 1049-13.6 116-291 .399 0-5 .000 48-66 .727 57-95-152 2.0 31 83 25 22 280 3.6<br />

12 Sophia Holguin<br />

Junior | 5-9 | Guard<br />

Las Cruces, N.M. | Mayfi eld HS<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Sophomore: One of two players to <strong>st</strong>art all 27 games for the Hilltoppers;<br />

led the team in scoring (8.6 ppg) and was third in rebounding (4.4 rpg) and<br />

assi<strong>st</strong>s (52); had a career-high 19 points in a victory over Lincoln (2/22/07);<br />

tallied a career-high eight rebounds versus Adams State (11/25/06) and SE<br />

Oklahoma State (12/30/06); scored in double fi gures in 13 games; led the<br />

team in scoring in 13 games.<br />

Freshman: Appeared in 13 games; averaged 5.3 minutes and 1.5 rebounds; regi<strong>st</strong>ered two points and<br />

a season-high four rebounds in a victory over We<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico (1/14/06).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Coach Maya at Mayfi eld High School; named team’s be<strong>st</strong> defensive player her<br />

senior season; recorded mo<strong>st</strong> <strong>st</strong>eals and was second in points on the team her senior year; named<br />

High School Student Athlete of the Year her sophomore through senior seasons; helped the team to<br />

di<strong>st</strong>rict championships all four years, which included a <strong>st</strong>ate championship her junior season and a<br />

<strong>st</strong>ate runner-up fi nish her senior season; her team was ranked 42 in the nation her junior season; also<br />

ran track for four years.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: Jan. 22, 1987<br />

Parents: Steve Holguin and Belinda Wagner<br />

Siblings: brothers, Alex and Tri<strong>st</strong>an; si<strong>st</strong>er,<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Elena<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

Major: Business Admini<strong>st</strong>ration<br />

2005–06 13-0 69-5.3 5-23 .217 0-6 .000 2-5 .400 11-8-19 1.5 3 10 0 2 12 0.9<br />

2006–07 27-27 721-26.7 82-213 .385 10-48 .208 58-74 .784 53-67-120 4.4 52 80 6 43 232 8.6<br />

Total 40-27 790-19.8 87-236 .369 10-54 .185 60-79 .759 64-75-139 3.5 55 90 6 45 244 6.1<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 8<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

13 Whitney Regian<br />

Junior | 5-8 | Guard<br />

Aledo | Aledo HS (TCU)<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Sophomore: Started 26 games for the Hilltoppers; was second on the team<br />

with 8.1 points per conte<strong>st</strong>; led the team in <strong>st</strong>eals (51) and assi<strong>st</strong>s (59) and<br />

was tied for the team lead with 35 three-pointers made; went 7 for 14 from<br />

behind the arc on her way to a career-high 21 points versus Texas A&M–<br />

International (1/11/07); dished out a career-high seven assi<strong>st</strong>s in a victory<br />

over UT–Permian Basin (1/25/07); tallied a team season-high eight <strong>st</strong>eals versus St. Mary’s (1/20/07);<br />

scored in double fi gures in nine games during the season; had 11 games of three or more assi<strong>st</strong>s.<br />

PRIOR TO ST. EDWARD’S<br />

Played one season for Head Coach Jeff Mittee at TCU; appeared in 10 games; scored two points<br />

versus both Georgia and number-one-ranked Duke.<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coach David Walker at Aledo High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her<br />

sophomore through senior seasons; named the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s mo<strong>st</strong> valuable player and named to the TGCA<br />

All-State team her junior and senior seasons; helped lead team to a bi-di<strong>st</strong>rict championship her senior<br />

season; a two-time all-<strong>st</strong>ate setter on the volleyball team; was also named academic all-<strong>st</strong>ate in both basketball and volleyball her junior and<br />

senior seasons; a member of the National Honor Society.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: June 14, 1987<br />

Parents: Greg and Diane Regian<br />

Siblings: brothers, Clayton and Will<br />

Major: Psychology<br />

42 Erika Rowland<br />

Junior | 6-4 | Forward<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in | We<strong>st</strong>wood HS<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 26-26 683-26.3 71-208 .341 35-103 .340 33-43 .767 19-53-72 2.8 59 69 5 51 210 8.1<br />

Total 26-26 683-26.3 71-208 .341 35-103 .340 33-43 .767 19-53-72 2.8 59 69 5 51 210 8.1<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Sophomore: Appeared in three games for the Hilltoppers; averaged 1.3<br />

points and 1.7 rebounds a conte<strong>st</strong>; scored four points versus Montana<br />

State–Billings (1/6/07).<br />

Freshman: Appeared in 13 games; tied for second on the team in fi eldgoal<br />

percentage (.500); averaged 4.2 minutes and 0.6 rebounds; tallied a<br />

career-high fi ve points versus Harding (11/26/05); went a perfect four for four from the charity <strong>st</strong>ripe in<br />

a victory over Lincoln (2/8/06).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coaches Keith Smith and Tricia Orth at Round Rock We<strong>st</strong>wood High<br />

School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and named to the TGCA All-Star Team her senior season; selected<br />

to the All-Tournament Team at the 2005 Marble Falls Tournament; helped the team to 2003 and 2004<br />

area fi nals; played volleyball for one year.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: Aug. 6, 1987<br />

Parents: Ronald and Jennifer Rowland<br />

Siblings: brother, Carson<br />

Major: Kinesiology<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2005–06 13-0 55-4.2 4-8 .500 0-0 .000 10-11 .900 3-5-8 0.6 0 4 2 1 18 1.4<br />

2006–07 3-0 10-3.3 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 4-1-5 1.7 0 1 1 1 4 1.3<br />

Total 16-0 66-4.1 5-13 .385 0-0 .000 12-13 .923 7-6-13 0.8 0 5 3 2 22 1.4


23 Nicole Etheridge<br />

Sophomore | 5-8 | Guard<br />

Hou<strong>st</strong>on | Cypress-Fairbanks HS<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Freshman: Appeared in four games for the Hilltoppers; averaged 1.0<br />

point and 1.0 rebound per game; scored two points again<strong>st</strong> both Montana<br />

State–Billings (1/7/07) and Tarleton State (2/12/07).<br />

Freshman (Redshirt): Redshirted the season.<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played three years for Coach Ann Roubique at Cypress-Fairbanks; was named second-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict<br />

her junior and senior seasons; was voted team captain and defensive player of the year by her team<br />

her senior season; helped her team to di<strong>st</strong>rict titles in all three seasons, compiling a 97–12 record<br />

over the span; led her team to regional fi nals her junior season and the regional semifi nals her senior<br />

season; was a member of the A/B Honor Roll all four years of high school; also competed in track and<br />

fi eld and water polo.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: Sept. 26, 1986<br />

Parents: Michael and Michele Etheridge<br />

Siblings: si<strong>st</strong>er, Reneé<br />

Major: Communication<br />

15 Charron Sumler<br />

Junior | 5-10 | Forward<br />

San Antonio | O’Connor HS<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Sophomore: Appeared in 26 games, while <strong>st</strong>arting the fi nal 15 games for<br />

the Hilltoppers; averaged 6.9 points and 4.5 rebounds per conte<strong>st</strong>; led the<br />

team in blocked shots with 12 and free throws made (80); second on the<br />

team in fi eld-goal percentage (.485) and third in <strong>st</strong>eals (30); regi<strong>st</strong>ered a career-high<br />

14 points and six <strong>st</strong>eals versus Texas A&M–International (2/3/07);<br />

tallied a double-double in two of the la<strong>st</strong> three games, which included a 14-point, 10-rebound performance<br />

again<strong>st</strong> Lincoln (2/22/07), in which she went 12 of 14 from the free-throw line.<br />

Freshman: Appeared in 25 games, making 17 <strong>st</strong>arts; led the team in fi eld-goal percentage (.588); tied<br />

for second on the team in offensive rebounds (43); second on the team in blocks (14); averaged 18.0<br />

minutes and 3.6 rebounds a game; scored a career-high 14 points while regi<strong>st</strong>ering four <strong>st</strong>eals in an<br />

overtime victory again<strong>st</strong> Montana State–Billings (2/10/06); had a career-high eight rebounds versus<br />

Harding (11/26/05); tallied 13 points and seven rebounds in an overtime victory over Panhandle State<br />

(1/11/06).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Coach Wilson at O’Connor High School; named second-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her senior season; selected to the all-tournament<br />

team at the 2005 NISD Tournament; helped her team to an area championship her junior season; set the school record for rebounds in one game<br />

with 20; ran track for two years; was a member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: Sept. 7, 1987<br />

Parents: Theodis and Chana Sumler<br />

Family: Her uncle Tony Sumler played for<br />

the Detroit Lions in 1978<br />

Major: Kinesiology<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2005–06 25-17 449-18.0 50-85 .588 0-2 .000 46-79 .582 43-46-89 3.6 7 29 14 17 146 5.8<br />

2006–07 26-15 564-21.7 49-101 .485 1-2 .500 80-108 .741 45-72-117 4.5 16 41 12 30 179 6.9<br />

Total 51-32 101319.9 99-186 .532 1-4 .250 106-187 .567 88-118-206 4.0 23 70 26 47 325 6.4<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 4-0 20-5.0 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0-4-4 1.0 1 1 0 0 4 1.0<br />

Total 4-0 20-5.0 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0-4-4 1.0 1 1 0 0 4 1.0<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 10<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

24 Kelli Payton<br />

Sophomore | 5-9 | Guard<br />

Wimberley | Wimberley HS<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Freshman: Appeared in seven games for the Hilltoppers; averaged 1.3 points<br />

and 0.6 rebounds per conte<strong>st</strong>; was a perfect one for one from the fi eld and three<br />

for three from the free-throw line on her way to a career-high fi ve points in a victory<br />

over UT–Permian Basin (2/8/07); tallied a career-high two rebounds versus<br />

Montana State–Billings (1/7/07).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coach Cheree Monden at Wimberley High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-<strong>st</strong>ate,<br />

all-region and all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s mo<strong>st</strong> valuable player her senior season; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-<strong>st</strong>ate,<br />

all-region and all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s offensive player of the year after leading her team to the <strong>st</strong>ate<br />

tournament her junior season; named second-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her sophomore season; selected academic<br />

all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her sophomore through senior seasons and was a member of the National Honor Society.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: Aug. 18, 1988<br />

Parents: Wendell and Anna Payton<br />

Siblings: brother, Travis; si<strong>st</strong>er, Jackie<br />

Major: Business Admini<strong>st</strong>ration<br />

55 Sara Head<br />

Sophomore | 6-2 | Forward<br />

Keller | Keller HS (University of the Pacifi c)<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Freshman: Appeared in all 27 games, <strong>st</strong>arting the fi nal 19 for the Hilltoppers;<br />

led the team in rebounding (6.2 rpg) and was second in blocks with nine; had<br />

nine games with double-digit points and regi<strong>st</strong>ered three double-doubles; had<br />

a career-high 13 points and 12 rebounds versus St. Mary’s in the Heartland<br />

Conference Tournament (3/2/07); tallied 13 points, seven rebounds and fi ve<br />

assi<strong>st</strong>s in a victory over Panhandle State (1/27/07).<br />

PRIOR TO ST. EDWARD’S<br />

Redshirted one season at the University of the Pacifi c.<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coach Sharon Driver at Keller High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and<br />

the team’s mo<strong>st</strong> valuable player her senior season; also named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and was the leading<br />

rebounder in Dallas/Fort Worth her junior season; named second-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict her sophomore<br />

season and the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s newcomer of the year her freshman season; selected as a TGAC All-Star and<br />

played in the Texas/Oklahoma All-Star Game after her senior season; was a member of the Fellowship<br />

of Chri<strong>st</strong>ian Athletes; also competed in track and volleyball.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: June 17, 1986<br />

Parents: Bernie and Hyla Head<br />

Siblings: si<strong>st</strong>ers, Shelley and Stacey,<br />

an all-America selection in softball at<br />

St. Edward’s<br />

Major: Education<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 27-19 603-22.3 80-207 .386 0-0 .000 32-50 .640 47-120-167 6.2 34 54 9 21 192 7.1<br />

Total 27-19 603-22.3 80-207 .386 0-0 .000 32-50 .640 47-120-167 6.2 34 54 9 21 192 7.1<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 7-0 25-3.6 3-7 .429 0-2 .000 3-3 1.000 1-3-4 0.6 0 3 1 4 9 1.3<br />

Total 7-0 25-3.6 3-7 .429 0-2 .000 3-3 1.000 1-3-4 0.6 0 3 1 4 9 1.3


34 Haley Tidwell<br />

Sophomore | 5-9 | Forward<br />

Boyd | Boyd HS<br />

HILLTOPPER CAREER<br />

Freshman: Appeared in 26 games for the Hilltoppers; was fi r<strong>st</strong> in threepoint<br />

fi eld-goal percentage (.347), tied for fi r<strong>st</strong> in three-point fi eld goals made<br />

(35) and third on the team in scoring (7.7 ppg); went eight of nine<br />

from the free-throw line on her way to a career-high 17 points in a victory<br />

over Lincoln (2/22/07); tallied 11 points and a career-high six rebounds in<br />

a victory at Incarnate Word (2/17/07); dished out a career-high fi ve assi<strong>st</strong>s in a victory over<br />

Panhandle State (1/27/07).<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played four years for Head Coach Arnold Parker at Boyd High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict<br />

and all-county all four seasons; also named the di<strong>st</strong>rict’s newcomer of the year her freshman season;<br />

helped lead her team to the regional fi nals her freshman season, area fi nals her junior season and<br />

regional semifi nals her senior season; a member of the art club.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: July 17, 1988<br />

Parent: Sheril Tidwell<br />

Siblings: brother, Garrett; si<strong>st</strong>ers, Ciara<br />

and Kassidy<br />

Major: International Business<br />

33 Leah Starr<br />

Junior | 6-1 | Forward<br />

Georgetown | Georgetown HS<br />

(SMU)<br />

PRIOR TO ST. EDWARD’S<br />

Played two seasons for Head Coach Rhonda<br />

Rompola at SMU; saw action in 13 games<br />

over her freshman and sophomore seasons;<br />

averaged 1.5 points and 0.5 rebounds per conte<strong>st</strong>; her team advanced<br />

to the semifi nals of the Conference USA Tournament her freshman season<br />

and reached the quarterfi nals her sophomore season.<br />

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER<br />

Played three seasons for Head Coach Rhonda Farney at Georgetown<br />

High School; named fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-di<strong>st</strong>rict and fi r<strong>st</strong>-team all-region<br />

her junior and senior seasons; was selected to the All-Central Texas<br />

team and was a TABC and TGCA All-Star selection her senior season,<br />

as well as being named TGCA All-State; her junior season, she was<br />

also named to the Texas Basketball Magazine All-State team; was a<br />

McDonald’s All-American honorable mention performer her senior<br />

season; helped lead her team to a di<strong>st</strong>rict championship and <strong>st</strong>ate<br />

runner-up fi nish her sophomore season; she was also a member of the<br />

A/B Honor Roll.<br />

PERSONAL<br />

Birthday: March 31, 1987<br />

Parents: David Starr and Donna McLaurin<br />

Siblings: brothers, Adam, Jonathan and Tyler;<br />

si<strong>st</strong>ers, Alison and Kri<strong>st</strong>in<br />

Major: Psychology<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

CAREER STATISTICS<br />

Year GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-R Avg A TO BK ST Pts Avg<br />

2006–07 26-0 493-19.0 64-178 .360 35-101 .347 36-54 .667 13-46-59 2.3 22 61 8 23 199 7.7<br />

Total 26-0 493-19.0 64-178 .360 35-101 .347 36-54 .667 13-46-59 2.3 22 61 8 23 199 7.7<br />

2006-07 Women’s Basketball<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 12<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

Season Game Results & Leaders<br />

Date Opponent Score Attend High Points High Rebounds<br />

11/17/06 1 TEXAS WOMAN’S 52-70 L 425 (13) Sophia Holguin (9) Tammy Bartosh<br />

11/18/06 1 ABILENE CHRISTIAN 52-63 L 318 (14) Haley Tidwell (7) Tammy Bartosh, (7) Lauren Balon<br />

11/21/06 at Tarleton 40-52 L 1294 (10) Tammy Bartosh (8) Whitney Regian<br />

11/24/06 2 at We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M 42-63 L 450 (9) Charron Sumler (8) Sara Head<br />

11/25/06 2 vs Adams State 50-59 L 250 (10) Tammy Bartosh (8) Sophia Holguin<br />

11/28/06 at SE Oklahoma 61-70 L 412 (15) Whitney Regian (6) Sara Head<br />

12/05/06 EAST CENTRAL (OKLA.) W 65-49 132 (15) Whitney Regian (6) Sophia Holguin<br />

12/16/06 vs Angelo State 41-53 L 225 (12) Sophia Holguin (6) Sara Head<br />

12/19/06 MIDWESTERN STATE 49-57 L 117 (11) Tammy Bartosh (7) Charron Sumler<br />

12/30/06 SE OKLAHOMA STATE 59-65 L 180 (10) Sophia Holguin (11) Sara Head<br />

01/03/07 *at Lincoln University W 56-44 112 (14) Sophia Holguin (10) Sara Head<br />

01/06/07 *at Mont. St.–Billings 57-76 L 370 (16) Sophia Holguin (6) Tammy Bartosh, (6) Sophia Holguin<br />

01/07/07 at Mont. St.–Billings 61-78 L 316 (15) Tammy Bartosh (8) Tammy Bartosh<br />

01/11/07 at Texas A&M–International 67-70 L 138 (21) Whitney Regian (8) Sara Head<br />

01/18/07 *INCARNATE WORD W 54-41 212 (12) Charron Sumler (8) Tammy Bartosh<br />

01/20/07 *ST. MARY’S 52-59 L OT 495 (13) Whitney Regian (6) Whitney Regian<br />

01/25/07 at Texas–Permian Basin W 72-61 125 (14) Charron Sumler (12) Tammy Bartosh<br />

01/27/07 *at Panhandle State Univ. W 68-64 550 (13) Sara Head (7) Sara Head<br />

02/03/07 TEXAS A&M–INTERNATIONAL 64-66 L 210 (17) Sophia Holguin (11) Sara Head, (11) Tammy Bartosh<br />

02/08/07 UT–PERMIAN BASIN W 78-58 125 (13) Whitney Regian (10) Tammy Bartosh<br />

02/10/07 *OPSUWB W 60-47 440 (14) Sophia Holguin (7) Tammy Bartosh<br />

02/12/07 TARLETON 49-69 L 197 (12) Sara Head (7) Charron Sumler<br />

02/17/07 *at Incarnate Word W 47-45 OT 375 (13) Charron Sumler (6) Haley Tidwell, (6)Sophia Holguin<br />

02/19/07 *at St. Mary’s (TX) 57-68 L 890 (17) Haley Tidwell (7) Tammy Bartosh<br />

02/22/07 *LINCOLN W 66-57 264 (19) Sophia Holguin (10) Charron Sumler<br />

02/24/07 *Mont. St.–BILLINGS 67-70 L OT 327 (16) Sophia Holguin (8) Sara Head<br />

03/02/07 3 vs UIWW 53-56 L OT 750 (13) Sara Head (12) Sara Head<br />

* - Heartland Conference Game<br />

1 - St. Edward’s University Shootout, Au<strong>st</strong>in, Texas<br />

2 - Coca-Cola Invitational, Canyon, Texas<br />

3 - Heartland conference Tournament, Denton, Texas<br />

Record<br />

OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL<br />

ALL GAMES 9-18 5-8 4-7 0-3<br />

CONFERENCE 6-4 3-2 3-2 0-0<br />

NON-CONFERENCE 3-14 2-6 1-5 0-3<br />

Attendance Summary<br />

Game Totals Avg/Game<br />

HOME 13 3,442 265<br />

AWAY 11 5,032 457<br />

NEUTRAL 3 1,225 408<br />

TOTAL 27 9,699 359<br />

Overall Team Stati<strong>st</strong>ics<br />

SEU OPP<br />

SCORING 1539 1630<br />

Points per game 57.0 60.4<br />

Scoring margin -3.4 -<br />

FIELD GOALS-ATT 525-1456 545-1377<br />

Field goal pct .361 .396<br />

3 POINT FG-ATT 119-399 132-435<br />

3-point FG pct .298 .303<br />

3-pt FG made per game 4.4 4.9<br />

FREE THROWS-ATT 370-518 408-609<br />

Free throw pct .714 .670<br />

REBOUNDS 1033 929<br />

Rebounds per game 38.3 34.4<br />

Rebounding margin +3.9 -<br />

ASSISTS 309 341<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s per game 11.4 12.6<br />

TURNOVERS 542 507<br />

Turnovers per game 20.1 18.8<br />

Turnover margin -1.3 -<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>/turnover ratio 0.6 0.7<br />

STEALS 246 253<br />

Steals per game 9.1 9.4<br />

BLOCKS 73 74<br />

Blocks per game 2.7 2.7<br />

WINNING STREAK 0 -<br />

Home win <strong>st</strong>reak 0 -<br />

ATTENDANCE 3442 6257<br />

Home games-Avg/Game 13-265 11-457<br />

Neutral site-Avg/Game - 3-408<br />

SCORE BY PERIOD 1<strong>st</strong> 2nd OT OT2 Total<br />

St. Edward’s 733 786 20 1539<br />

Opponents 712 887 31 1630


Overall Individual Stati<strong>st</strong>ics<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

# 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<br />

12 Sophia Holguin 27 27 721 26.7 82 213 .385 10 48 .208 58 74 .784 53 67 120 4.4 49 1 52 80 6 43 232 8.6<br />

13 Whitney Regian 26 26 683 26.3 71 208 .341 35 103 .340 33 43 .767 19 53 72 2.8 31 0 59 69 5 51 210 8.1<br />

34 Haley Tidwell 26 0 493 19.0 64 178 .360 35 101 .347 36 54 .667 13 46 59 2.3 68 1 22 61 8 23 199 7.7<br />

55 Sara Head 27 19 603 22.3 80 207 .386 0 0 .000 32 50 .640 47 120 167 6.2 87 5 34 54 9 21 192 7.1<br />

00 Tammy Bartosh 27 27 822 30.4 62 214 .290 20 78 .256 43 61 .705 61 98 159 5.9 57 0 55 57 1 24 187 6.9<br />

15 Charron Sumler 26 15 564 21.7 49 101 .485 1 2 .500 80 108 .741 45 72 117 4.5 85 6 16 41 12 30 179 6.9<br />

32 Alesheia White 25 5 354 14.2 33 79 .418 3 12 .250 26 47 .553 32 29 61 2.4 39 1 10 38 9 10 95 3.8<br />

10 Cassie Brown 26 0 534 20.5 28 86 .326 12 38 .316 21 31 .677 7 36 43 1.7 34 0 31 62 3 14 89 3.4<br />

50 Jackie Saathoff 23 14 317 13.8 30 96 .313 0 1 .000 13 17 .765 15 28 43 1.9 33 0 11 29 8 7 73 3.2<br />

45 Lauren Balon 13 1 139 10.7 15 30 .500 0 0 .000 10 13 .769 16 17 33 2.5 21 0 5 12 8 6 40 3.1<br />

22 Becca Nagel 16 0 165 10.3 4 21 .190 3 12 .250 11 13 .846 5 11 16 1.0 9 0 8 12 2 7 22 1.4<br />

42 Erika Rowland 3 0 10 3.3 1 5 .200 0 0 .000 2 2 1.000 4 1 5 1.7 2 0 0 1 1 1 4 1.3<br />

24 Kelli Payton 7 0 25 3.6 3 7 .429 0 2 .000 3 3 1.000 1 3 4 0.6 5 0 0 3 1 4 9 1.3<br />

23 Nicole Etheridge 4 0 20 5.0 1 3 .333 0 2 .000 2 2 1.000 0 4 4 1.0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 1.0<br />

11 Alana Lara 4 1 51 12.8 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 6 4 10 2.5 8 1 5 3 0 5 4 1.0<br />

TM TEAM 56 64 120 4.4 0 19<br />

Total 27 525 1456 .361 119 399 .298 370 518 .714 380 653 1033 38.3 529 15 309 542 73 246 1539 57.0<br />

Opponents 27 545 1377 .396 132 435 .303 408 609 .670 295 634 929 34.4 497 - 341 507 74 253 1630 60.4<br />

2006−2007 Women’s Basketball<br />

Back Row (L-R): Charon Sumler, Jackie Saathoff, Lauren Balon, Erika Rowland, Sara Head, Aleshia White, Tammy Bartosh, Becca<br />

Nagel, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Coach J.J. Riehl. Front Row (L-R): Head Coach Jennifer White, Sophia Holguin, Nicole Etheridge, Cassie Brown,<br />

Alana Lara, Kelli Payton, Whitney Regian, Haley Tidwell, Graduate Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Jennifer Knight.<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Women’s Basketball Honors Li<strong>st</strong><br />

ALL-AMERICA<br />

Fir<strong>st</strong> Team<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1992-93<br />

Second Team<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1991–92<br />

Honorable Mention<br />

Rhonda Darling: 1992–93<br />

Kendra Harrell: 1997–98, 1998–99<br />

National Player of the Year<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1992-93<br />

ALL-DISTRICT<br />

Fir<strong>st</strong> Team<br />

Angie Neal: 1981–82<br />

Inger Brown: 1983–84, 1984–85<br />

Margaret Butler: 1987–88<br />

Sherrie Hawkins: 1987–88<br />

Aaron Farris: 1988–89, 1990–91<br />

Lisa Hudson: 1988–89<br />

Michelle Arnold: 1989–90<br />

Sherry Marsh: 1989–90, 1990–91<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1991–92, 1992–93<br />

Shelley Schmidt: 1991–92, 1992–93<br />

Rhonda Darling: 1992–93<br />

Joanna Kailahi: 1993–94<br />

Second Team<br />

Inger Brown: 1985–86<br />

Honorable Mention<br />

Karen Patek: 1991–92<br />

Mo<strong>st</strong> Valuable Player<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1991–92, 1992–93<br />

Freshman of the Year<br />

Joanna Kailahi: 1993–94 (Co)<br />

Coach of the Year<br />

David McKey: 1987–88, 1990–91,<br />

1991–92<br />

ALL-REGION<br />

Second Team<br />

Nicole Wiatrek: 1999–2000<br />

Honorable Mention<br />

Carol Hamilton: 2000–01<br />

ALL-CONFERENCE (since 1951)<br />

Fir<strong>st</strong> Team<br />

Kathryn Hopkins: 1981–82<br />

Angie Neal: 1981–82<br />

Inger Brown: 1983–84, 1984–85<br />

Maggie Adams: 1986–87<br />

Margaret Butler: 1987–88<br />

Sherrie Hawkin: 1987–88<br />

Lisa Hudson: 1987–88, 1988–89<br />

Martha E<strong>st</strong>elle: 1988–89<br />

Aaron Farris: 1988–89, 1989–90,<br />

1990–91<br />

Michelle Arnold: 1989–90<br />

Sherry Marsh: 1989–90, 90–91<br />

Laurie Hamilton: 1990–91<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1990–91, 1991–92,<br />

1992–93<br />

Rhonda Darling: 1991–92, 92–93<br />

Paula Fletcher: 1991–92<br />

Karen Patek: 1991–92, 1992–93<br />

Shelley Schmidt: 1991–92, 1992–93<br />

1987−88 St. Edward’s University Women’s Basketball Team<br />

Joanna Kailahi: 1993–94<br />

Terry Hubbard: 1994–95<br />

Lisa Shuvalov: 1994–95<br />

Giovanna Arias: 1995–96<br />

Kendra Harrell: 1996–97, 1997–98,<br />

1998–99<br />

Nina Shuvalov: 1996–97<br />

Lisa Waschman: 1997–98, 98–99<br />

Nicole Wiatrek: 1997–98, 1998–99,<br />

1999–2000<br />

Shelley Duffey: 1999–00<br />

Carol Hamilton: 1999–2000, 2000–01,<br />

2001–2002<br />

J.J. Riehl: 1999–2000, 2001–02<br />

Jennifer Knight: 2005–06<br />

Second Team<br />

Sonja Binger: 1981–82<br />

Maggie Adams: 1985–86<br />

Kri<strong>st</strong>ina Favila: 1991–92<br />

Tedra McMillian: 1991–92<br />

Chri<strong>st</strong>ina Yezierski: 1991–92<br />

Zsatasha Scott: 1903–04<br />

Leah Fo<strong>st</strong>er: 1904–05<br />

Sara Baca: 1905–06<br />

Tammy Bartosh: 1906–07<br />

Honorable Mention<br />

Marina Tijerina: 1983–84<br />

Inger Brown: 1985–86<br />

Jenny Batchelor: 1986–87<br />

Marian Michel: 1986–87<br />

Shakeitha Ashley: 2001–02<br />

J.J. Riehl: 2001–02<br />

Jennifer Knight: 2002–03, 2003–04,<br />

2004–05<br />

Deborah Mize: 2002–03<br />

Stacey Worrell: 2003–04<br />

Sara Baca: 2004–05<br />

Tammy Bartosh: 2005–06<br />

Sara Head: 2006–07<br />

Charron Sumler: 2006–07<br />

Mo<strong>st</strong> Valuable Player<br />

Taj McWilliams: 1992–93<br />

Kendra Harrell: 1998–99<br />

Jennifer Knight: 2005–06 (Co)<br />

Freshman of the Year<br />

Jenny Batchelor: 1985–86<br />

Tedra McMillian: 1991–92 (Co)<br />

Paula McMillian: 1991–92 (Co)<br />

Giovanna Arias: 1994–95<br />

Kendra Harrell: 1995–96<br />

Shelly Duffey: 1996–97<br />

Carol Hamilton: 1998–99<br />

Defensive Player of the Year<br />

Tammy Bartosh: 2006–07<br />

Coach of the Year<br />

Sharon McIlroy: 1981–82<br />

David McKey: 1987–88, 1990–91,<br />

1991–92<br />

Jennifer White: 2005–06<br />

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA<br />

Paula Jasek: 1991–92<br />

Nina Shuvalov: 1996–97<br />

Kendra Harrell: 1997–98<br />

Michelle Powell


Team Game Records<br />

Points Scored<br />

1. 115 vs. Schreiner, 11/20/98<br />

2. 114 vs. Our Lady of the Lake, 1981<br />

3. 112 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

4. 109 vs. Schreiner, 11/7/90<br />

5. 108 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 1/18/88<br />

6. 107 vs. Lubbock Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 2/22/92<br />

7. 105 vs. Au<strong>st</strong>in College, 1/11/90<br />

105 at Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 12/7/94<br />

9. 104 vs. Concordia, 11/16/93<br />

10. 103 vs. TAMU–Kingsville, 12/2/91<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. 45 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

45 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 2/6/91<br />

45 vs. Au<strong>st</strong>in College, 1/7/87<br />

4. 44 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/20/88<br />

44 vs. Trinity, 12/2/87<br />

6. 42 vs. Concordia, 11/16/93<br />

7. 41 vs. Schreiner, 11/20/98<br />

41 vs. Concordia, 11/24/92<br />

9. 40 vs. Au<strong>st</strong>in College, 1/11/90<br />

10. 39 Three times<br />

Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. 98 1996–97<br />

2. 88 vs. Schreiner, 11/20/98<br />

3. 84 vs. Schreiner, 2/15/95<br />

4. 82 vs. Flagler, 12/5/98<br />

5. 80 vs. Paul Quinn, 1/8/03<br />

6. 77 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 12/29/03<br />

7. 76 at Panhandle State, 2/1/03<br />

76 vs. Pittsburg State, 12/1/00<br />

76 at Texas Lutheran, 2/28/95<br />

10. 75 Three times<br />

Field-Goal Percentage<br />

1. .667 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/20/88<br />

2. .653 vs. We<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico, 2/18/06<br />

3. .648 vs. Incarnate Word, 1984-85<br />

4. .634 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 2/6/91<br />

5. .629 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/30/93<br />

6. .616 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

7. .596 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/16/00<br />

8. .591 vs. Concordia, 11/16/93<br />

9. .590 vs. Trinity, 1/18/89<br />

10. .574 vs. Lincoln, 2/8/06<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Made<br />

1. 14 at TAMU–International, 1/11/07<br />

2. 10 at Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 2/8/01<br />

3. 9 at Lincoln, 1/20/05<br />

9 vs. Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/15/04<br />

9 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 2/5/03<br />

9 at Panhandle State, 2/1/03<br />

9 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/25/03<br />

9 vs. Cameron, 11/22/03<br />

9 vs. Panhandle State, 12/2/00<br />

9 at We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M, 11/19/00<br />

9 at Texas Wesleyan, 2/3/99<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. 36 at TAMU–International, 1/11/07<br />

2. 29 at Paul Quinn, 12/6/03<br />

3. 28 vs. Paul Quinn, 1/8/03<br />

4. 26 at Ea<strong>st</strong> Central, 12/15/04<br />

26 vs. Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/15/04<br />

26 at We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M, 11/15/00<br />

7. 25 vs. Panhandle State, 12/2/00<br />

8. 24 Four times<br />

Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage<br />

1. 1.000 at Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/16/03<br />

2. .667 at UT–Permian Basin, 1/25/07<br />

3. .636 at St. Mary’s, 3/3/95<br />

4. .625 at UT–Pan American, 11/29/03<br />

5. .593 at Flagler, 12/5/98<br />

6. .563 at Texas Wesleyan, 2/3/99<br />

7. .556 vs. Tarleton State, 11/26/02<br />

.556 at Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 2/8/01<br />

.556 at Texas Lutheran, 2/9/94<br />

10. .545 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/15/05<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. 36 vs. Tarleton State, 1984–85<br />

36 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/22/83<br />

3. 34 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/16/94<br />

4. 33 vs. Lincoln, 2/22/07<br />

5. 32 at Texas Wesleyan, 2/8/99<br />

32 vs. Concordia, 1/13/90<br />

32 vs. Concordia, 2/3/88<br />

8. 30 Six times<br />

Free Throws Attempted<br />

1. 49 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/22/83<br />

2. 46 at Texas Wesleyan, 2/3/99<br />

3. 43 at Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 12/20/04<br />

4. 41 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 1/9/99<br />

41 vs. We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M, 11/16/98<br />

41 at St. Mary’s, 2/6/88<br />

7. 40 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 2/8/07<br />

40 at Texas Wesleyan, 2/17/96<br />

9. 38 vs. Lincoln, 2/22/07<br />

38 vs. SE Oklahoma State, 11/29/00<br />

Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 10 FTM)<br />

1. .940 vs. Trinity, 11/25/86<br />

2. .900 vs. Tarleton State, 2/12/07<br />

.900 vs. Concordia, 2/8/95<br />

4. .895 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/22/06<br />

.895 vs. Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 11/19/05<br />

.895 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/18/86<br />

7. .893 vs. Tarleton State, 11/26/02<br />

8. .882 1996–97<br />

9. .875 at MSU–Billings, 1/6/07<br />

.875 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/27/05<br />

Rebounds<br />

1. 69 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 2/5/03<br />

2. 67 vs. Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 12/1/90<br />

3. 65 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 11/14/89<br />

4. 61 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 2/8/07<br />

61 vs. Bishop, 1985–86<br />

6. 60 at We<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico, 1/16/06<br />

60 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 11/11/88<br />

8. 59 vs. Paul Quinn, 1/8/03<br />

59 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 12/29/03<br />

59 at Flagler, 12/5/98<br />

Fouls<br />

1. 30 at MSU–Billings, 1/7/07<br />

2. 29 at Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 12/20/04<br />

29 at Panhandle State, 2/1/03<br />

4. 28 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 2/8/07<br />

28 at MSU–Billings, 1/28/06<br />

28 vs. Texas Woman’s, 12/30/04<br />

28 vs. Ouachita Bapti<strong>st</strong>, 12/18/04<br />

28 at Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 12/9/00<br />

9. 27 vs. Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State, 11/23/02<br />

10. 26 Three times<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

1. 33 at Texas Lutheran, 1/23/93<br />

2. 31 vs. Ea<strong>st</strong> Texas Bapti<strong>st</strong>, 1/8/93<br />

3. 31 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

4. 29 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/23/91<br />

29 vs. Schreiner, 11/7/90<br />

29 vs. Trinity, 2/10/88<br />

7. 28 at Schreiner, 11/30/92<br />

28 vs. Incarnate Word, 11/14/92<br />

28 at St. Mary’s, 2/9/91<br />

10. 27 Twice<br />

Turnovers<br />

1. 48 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 2/5/03<br />

2. 38 at Oklahoma City, 11/13/98<br />

3. 35 vs. TAMU–International, 11/27/04<br />

4. 34 vs. Texas Woman’s, 11/17/06<br />

34 vs. Texas Woman’s, 12/30/04<br />

34 at Drury, 2/8/03<br />

34 at SE Oklahoma State, 12/6/00<br />

8. 32 vs. Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State, 11/28/98<br />

9. 30 at We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M, 11/24/06<br />

10. 30 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 1/9/99<br />

Blocked Shots<br />

1. 9 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 12/29/03<br />

9 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/23/91<br />

3. 8 vs. Pittsburg State, 12/1/00<br />

4. 7 vs. Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State, 12/19/06<br />

7 vs. Angelo State, 11/15/05<br />

7 at Incarnate Word, 2/24/05<br />

7. 6 Nine times<br />

Steals<br />

1. 22 vs. Trevecca Nazarene, 11/14/98<br />

22 at St. Mary’s, 2/9/91<br />

3. 21 vs. Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State, 11/28/98<br />

4. 20 at St. Mary’s, 2/11/98<br />

20 vs. Texas Woman’s, 12/10/98<br />

20 at Flagler, 12/5/98<br />

7. 19 St. Mary’s, 1/23/91<br />

8. 18 vs. Paul Quinn, 1/8/03<br />

18 at Oklahoma City, 11/13/98<br />

10. 17 Three times<br />

Taj McWilliams<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Individual Game Records<br />

Points<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 50 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 40 vs. Arkansas Tech, 3/7/93<br />

3. Taj McWilliams 37 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/15/93<br />

4. Terry Hubbard 36 vs. Schreiner, 11/18/94<br />

Joanna Kailahi 36 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 11/29/93<br />

6. Jennifer Knight 35 at Tarleton State, 12/30/05<br />

Inger Brown 35 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/5/85<br />

8. Taj McWilliams 34 vs. Texas Lutheran, 1/18/92<br />

9. Five times 33 —<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 22 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 18 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/30/93<br />

3. Rhonda Darling 16 at Texas Wesleyan, 2/6/93<br />

4. Joanna Kailahi 16 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 11/29/93<br />

Taj Mcwilliams 16 vs. Texas Lutheran, 1/18/92<br />

6. Nicole Wiatreck 15 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 11/18/97<br />

Inger Brown 15 1985–86<br />

8. Six times 14 —<br />

Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Nina Shuvalov 34 vs. Concordia, 2/12/97<br />

2. Terry Hubbard 29 vs. Schreiner, 11/18/94<br />

3. Taj McWilliams 26 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

4. Nicole Wiatreck 25 vs. Henderson State, 11/19/99<br />

5. Jennifer Kinght 24 at Incarnate Word, 2/24/05<br />

Nina Shuvalov 24 vs. Wayland Bapti<strong>st</strong>, 12/7/96<br />

Nina Shuvalov 24 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/18/95<br />

Taj McWilliams 24 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/30/93<br />

9. Five times 23 —<br />

Field-Goal Percentage (Min. 5 FGM)<br />

1. Stacey Worrell 1.000 vs. Texas Woman’s, 12/30/03<br />

2. Sara Baca .900 vs. Lincoln, 2/8/06<br />

3. Zsatasha Scott .889 vs. TAMU–Kingsville, 1/5/04<br />

Lisa Waschman .889 vs. Texas Lutheran, 1/24/98<br />

5. Sara Baca .883 at St. Mary’s, 2/25/06<br />

Leah Fo<strong>st</strong>er .883 vs. We<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico, 2/18/06<br />

Charron Sumler .883 vs. TAMU–International, 2/1/06<br />

8. Stacey Worrell .875 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 11/24/00<br />

9. Charron Sumler .857 vs. Incarnate Word, 1/18/07<br />

Jennifer Knight .857 at Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/16/03<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Made<br />

1. Whitney Regian 7 at TAMU–International, 1/11/07<br />

Carol Hamilton 7 vs. Panhandle State, 12/2/00<br />

Nina Shuvalov 7 at Southern Nazarene, 11/16/96<br />

4. Nina Shuvalov 6 at Schreiner, 2/14/96<br />

Terry Hubbard 6 vs. Schreiner, 11/18/94<br />

6. Six times 5 —<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Whitney Regian 14 at TAMU–International, 1/11/07<br />

Carol Hamilton 14 at We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M, 11/19/00<br />

Terry Hubbard 14 vs. Schreiner, 11/18/94<br />

4. Jennifer Kinght 11 at Ea<strong>st</strong> Central, 12/15/04<br />

Jennifer Knight 11 at Paul Quinn, 12/6/03<br />

Carol Hamilton 11 vs. Panhandle State, 12/2/00<br />

Nina Shuvalov 11 vs. Wayland Bapti<strong>st</strong>, 12/7/96<br />

8. Four times 10 —<br />

Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage (Min. 3FGM)<br />

1. Cassie Brown 1.000 (3-3) at Panhandle State, 1/27/07<br />

Jennifer Knight 1.000 (3-3) at Incarnate Word, 1/20/06<br />

Tina Ybarra 1.000 (3-3) vs. Lincoln, 2/10/05<br />

Sara Baca 1.000 (3-3) vs. Incarnate Word, 2/20/03<br />

J.J. Riehl 1.000 (3-3) at St. Mary’s, 2/23/01<br />

Carol Hamilton 1.000 (3-3) at Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 11/27/98<br />

J.J. Riehl 1.000 (3-3) vs. SE Oklahoma State, 11/24/98<br />

8. Six times .750 —<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. Zsatasha Scott 13 at Lincoln, 2/14/04<br />

Sherry Marsh 13 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 1/18/90<br />

Lisa Hudson 13 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/22/89<br />

Maggie Adams 13 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 1/24/87<br />

Inger Brown 13 vs. Our Lady of the Lake, 12/5/83<br />

6. Charron Sumler 12 vs. Lincoln, 2/22/07<br />

Jennifer Knight 12 at Panhandle State, 2/15/05<br />

Zsatasha Scott 12 at Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/16/03<br />

Kendra Harrell 12 vs. SE Oklahoma State, 11/24/98<br />

Karen Poole 12 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/22/83<br />

Free Throws Attempted<br />

1. Zsatasha Scott 17 at Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/16/03<br />

Kendra Harrell 17 vs. SE Oklahoma State, 11/24/98<br />

3. Zsatasha Scott 16 at Lincoln, 2/14/04<br />

Karen Poole 16 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/22/83<br />

5. Sara Baca 15 at Incarnate Word, 2/24/05<br />

Inger Brown 15 vs. Our Lady of the Lake, 12/5/83<br />

7. Seven tied 14 —<br />

Free-Throw Percentage (Min. 5 FTM)<br />

1. Stacey Worrell 1.000 (11-11) at Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/18/01<br />

Zsatasha Scott 1.000 (9-9) vs. Harding, 1/2/04<br />

Leah Fo<strong>st</strong>er 1.000 (8-8) vs. Drury, 2/15/05<br />

Sara Baca 1.000 (8-8) vs. North Dakota State, 11/26/04<br />

J.J. Riehl 1.000 (8-8) at St. Mary’s, 2/23/01<br />

Kendra Harrell 1.000 (8-8) vs. Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State, 11/28/98<br />

Giovanni Arias 1.000 (8-8) vs. Cameron, 1/4/97<br />

Kendra Harrell 1.000 (8-8) vs. Concordia, 2/12/97<br />

Lisa Hudson 1.000 (8-8) vs. St. Mary’s, 2/18/89<br />

Six times 1.000 (7-7) —<br />

Rebounds<br />

1. Inger Brown 28 vs. Trinity, 12/1/83<br />

Kathryn Hopkins 28 vs. Bishop College, 1/15/81<br />

3. Taj McWilliams 23 vs. Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 12/1/90<br />

4. Taj McWilliams 22 vs. Seattle, 3/3/93<br />

Inger Brown 22 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 1/24/85<br />

6. Inger Brown 21 vs. UT–Pan American, 1/4/85<br />

7. Taj McWilliams 20 vs. TAMU–Kingsville, 12/4/91<br />

8. Nicole Wiatreck 19 at Tarleton State, 2/14/00<br />

9. Five times 18 —<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

1. Shelley Schmidt 14 vs. Mary Hardin-Baylor, 2/13/93<br />

2. Shelley Schmidt 13 vs. Incarnate Word, 2/13/91<br />

Sonja Binger 13 vs. Trinity, 12/1/83<br />

4. Shelley Schmidt 12 vs. Texas Lutheran, 2/10/93<br />

Shelley Schmidt 12 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 1/20/93<br />

Michelle Powell 12 vs. Southwe<strong>st</strong>ern, 2/16/88<br />

7. Shakeitha Ashley 11 vs. Panhandle State, 12/2/00<br />

8. Five times 10 —<br />

Turnovers<br />

1. Desire Delcour 11 at Drury, 1/10/04<br />

2. Jennifer Kinght 10 vs. Texas Woman’s, 12/30/04<br />

3. Jennifer Knight 9 vs. TAMU–International, 11/27/04<br />

4. Zsatasha Scott 8 vs. Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson, 2/5/03<br />

Shakeitha Ashley 8 vs. Emporia State, 11/25/00<br />

Shakeitha Ashley 8 vs. Oklahoma City, 11/18/00<br />

Jami Gilbert 8 at Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian, 11/27/98<br />

8. 18 tied 7 —<br />

Blocked Shots<br />

1. Casey Koenig 6 vs. Pittsburg State, 12/1/00<br />

2. Carol Hamilton 5 vs. Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 1/17/02<br />

Marlene Schuppli 5 at Sonoma State, 11/21/01<br />

4. Sara Baca 4 at Incarnate Word, 2/24/05<br />

Sara Baca 4 vs. Lincoln, 2/15/03<br />

Jennifer Knight 4 vs. Rockhur<strong>st</strong>, 2/12/03<br />

Lauren Balon 4 vs. UT–Permian Basin, 12/29/03<br />

Casey Koenig 4 vs. Texas Wesleyan, 3/1/01<br />

9. 14 times 3 —<br />

Steals<br />

1. Sonya Binger 11 vs. Trinity, 12/1/83<br />

Kathryn Hopkins 11 vs. Ea<strong>st</strong> Texas Bapti<strong>st</strong>, 1/16/81<br />

3. Whitney Regian 8 vs. St. Mary’s, 1/20/07<br />

Julie O’Neill 8 vs. Hill College, 11/10/78<br />

5. Kendra Harrell 7 vs. Texas Woman’s, 12/10/98<br />

Kendra Harrell 7 vs. We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M, 11/16/98<br />

7. Eight tied 6 —


Team Season Records<br />

Points<br />

1. 2724 1987–88<br />

2. 2690 1991–92<br />

3. 2573 1990–91<br />

4. 2534 1989–90<br />

5. 2485 1992–93<br />

6. 2255 1998–99<br />

7. 2188 1988–89<br />

8. 2115 1986–87<br />

9. 2073 1999–00<br />

10. 2025 1995–96<br />

Scoring Average<br />

1. 82.6 1987–88<br />

2. 81.5 1991–92<br />

3. 80.5 1998–99<br />

4. 80.2 1992–93<br />

5. 79.2 1989–90<br />

6. 78.0 1990–91<br />

7. 76.8 1999–00<br />

8. 75.5 1986–87<br />

9. 75.4 1988–89<br />

10. 72.8 1997–98<br />

Points Allowed<br />

1. 1482 1981–82<br />

2. 1533 2003–04<br />

3. 1630 2006–07<br />

4. 1641 1996–97<br />

5. 1658 2001–02<br />

6. 1691 2005–06<br />

7. 1725 1990–91<br />

8. 1803 2004–05<br />

9. 1807 1985–86<br />

10. 1818 1992–93<br />

Opponents’ Scoring Average<br />

1. 52.3 1990–91<br />

2. 58.6 1992–93<br />

3. 60.4 2006–07<br />

4. 61.3 2003–04<br />

5. 62.6 2005–06<br />

6. 63.1 1996–97<br />

7. 63.2 1987–88<br />

8. 63.6 1991–92<br />

9. 63.8 2001–02<br />

10. 64.4 1981–82<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. 1099 1987–88<br />

2. 1016 1991–92<br />

3. 997 1992–93<br />

4. 986 1990–91<br />

5. 950 1989–90<br />

6. 842 1988–89<br />

7. 745 1986–87<br />

8. 735 1985–86<br />

9. 700 1982–83<br />

10. 691 1995–96<br />

Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. 2296 1987–88<br />

2. 2159 1989–90<br />

3. 2059 1991–92<br />

4. 2017 1990–91<br />

5. 1943 1988–89<br />

6. 1939 1992–93<br />

7. 1905 1982–83<br />

8. 1816 1986–87<br />

9. 1652 1985–86<br />

10. 1583 1982–83<br />

Field-Goal Percentage<br />

1. .514 1992–93<br />

2. .493 1991–92<br />

3. .489 1990–91<br />

4. .479 1987–88<br />

5. .445 1985–86<br />

6. .440 1989–90<br />

7. .439 1995–96<br />

8. .433 1997–98<br />

.433 1988–89<br />

10. .432 2001–02<br />

Opponents’ Field-Goal<br />

Percentage<br />

1. .360 1990–91<br />

2. .376 2004–05<br />

.376 1988–89<br />

4. .385 2003–04<br />

5. .391 1987–88<br />

6. .396 2006–07<br />

7. .398 2005–06<br />

8. .399 1992–93<br />

9. .410 1991–92<br />

.410 1986–87<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Made<br />

1. 137 2000–01<br />

2. 134 2002–03<br />

3. 119 2006–07<br />

4. 111 2001–02<br />

5. 109 2004–05<br />

6. 106 2003–04<br />

7. 98 2005–06<br />

8. 91 1997–98<br />

9. 90 1994–95<br />

10. 78 1996–97<br />

Three-Point Field Goals<br />

Attempted<br />

1. 438 2002–03<br />

2. 403 2000–01<br />

3. 399 2006–07<br />

4. 382 2004–05<br />

5. 371 2003–04<br />

6. 341 1994–95<br />

7. 314 2001–02<br />

8. 310 1997–98<br />

9. 304 2005–06<br />

10. 283 1996–97<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Three-Point Field-Goal<br />

Percentage<br />

1. .376 1987–88<br />

2. .354 2001–02<br />

3. .340 2000–01<br />

4. .333 1991–92<br />

5. .329 1988–89<br />

6. .322 2005–06<br />

7. .307 1993–94<br />

8. .306 2002–03<br />

9. .303 1995–96<br />

10. .298 1992–93<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. 598 1991–92<br />

2. 593 1989–90<br />

3. 515 1986–87<br />

4. 506 1987–88<br />

5. 480 1988–89<br />

6. 463 1985–86<br />

7. 454 1990–91<br />

8. 449 1997–98<br />

9. 445 2002–03<br />

10. 430 1995–96<br />

Free Throws Attempted<br />

1. 905 1989–90<br />

2. 831 1987–88<br />

3. 802 1991–92<br />

4. 746 1986–87<br />

5. 731 1990–91<br />

6. 730 1988–89<br />

7. 655 1985–86<br />

8. 653 1992–93<br />

9. 652 1995–96<br />

10. 651 1993–94<br />

Free-Throw Percentage<br />

1. .742 2004–05<br />

2. .739 2005–06<br />

3. .715 2003–04<br />

4. .714 2006–07<br />

5. .711 2002–03<br />

6. .707 1985–86<br />

7. .703 1997–98<br />

8. .690 1986–87<br />

9. .689 1994–95<br />

10. .686 2000–01<br />

Rebounds<br />

1. 1393 1988–89<br />

2. 1287 1987–88<br />

3. 1279 1990–91<br />

4. 1245 1989–90<br />

5. 1210 1991–92<br />

6. 1136 1986–87<br />

7. 1119 1992–93<br />

8. 1074 1980–81<br />

9. 1046 1985–86<br />

10. 1033 2006–07<br />

Rebounding Average<br />

1. 48.0 1988–89<br />

2. 40.6 1986–87<br />

3. 39.0 1987–88<br />

4. 38.9 1989–90<br />

5. 38.8 1990–91<br />

6. 38.7 1985–86<br />

7. 38.6 2003–04<br />

8. 38.3 2006–07<br />

9. 37.4 1993–94<br />

10. 36.7 1991–92<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

1. 697 1992–93<br />

2. 581 1991–92<br />

3. 581 1990–91<br />

4. 473 1987–88<br />

5. 419 1988–89<br />

6. 402 1993–94<br />

7. 399 1995–96<br />

8. 388 1989–90<br />

9. 383 2001–02<br />

10. 381 2001–02<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s Average<br />

1. 22.5 1992–93<br />

2. 17.6 1991–92<br />

17.6 1990–91<br />

4. 14.9 1993–94<br />

5. 14.4 1988–89<br />

6. 14.3 1995–96<br />

14.3 1987–88<br />

8. 14.2 2001–02<br />

9. 14.1 1997–98<br />

10. 13.4 Twice<br />

Blocks<br />

1. 104 1997–98<br />

2. 91 2004–05<br />

3. 76 2000–01<br />

4. 73 2006–07<br />

5. 69 2001–02<br />

6. 68 2003–04<br />

7. 63 2005–06<br />

63 2002–03<br />

9. 44 1996–97<br />

10.<br />

Steals<br />

43 1995–96<br />

1. 509 1980–81<br />

2. 369 1997–98<br />

3. 351 1996–97<br />

4. 323 1994–95<br />

5. 305 1995–96<br />

6. 275 2002–03<br />

7. 259 2001–02<br />

8. 246 2006–07<br />

9. 221 2005–06<br />

10. 212 2000–01<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Individual Season Records<br />

Games<br />

1. Rhonda Darling 1991–92 33<br />

Paula Fletcher 1991–92 33<br />

Lorri Gotsch 1991–92 33<br />

Shelley Schmidt 1991–92 33<br />

Julie Chauvin 1987–88 33<br />

Marian Michel 1987–88 33<br />

7. 14 times — 32<br />

Points<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 760<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 662<br />

3. Sherry Marsh 1989–90 618<br />

4. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 553<br />

5. Nicole Wiatreck 1999–00 535<br />

6. Rhonda Darling 1992–93 479<br />

7. Nicole Wiatreck 1998–99 467<br />

8. Paula Fletcher 1991–92 460<br />

9. Maggie Adams 1986–87 459<br />

10. Lisa Hudson 1988–89 444<br />

Scoring Average<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 24.5<br />

2. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 21.3<br />

3. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 20.6<br />

4. Nicole Wiatreck 1999–00 19.8<br />

5. Sherry Marsh 1989–90 19.3<br />

6. Nicole Wiatreck 1998–99 16.7<br />

Maggie Adams 1985–86 16.7<br />

8. Maggie Adams 1986–87 16.4<br />

9. Carol Hamilton 2000–01 16.3<br />

10. Jennifer Knight 2005–06 16.2<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 336<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 278<br />

3. Sherry Marsh 1989–90 231<br />

4. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 226<br />

5. Rhonda Darling 1992–93 193<br />

6. Taj McWilliams 1990–91 184<br />

7. Paula Fletcher 1991–92 181<br />

8. Sherry Marsh 1990–91 180<br />

9. Rhonda Darling 1991–92 172<br />

Aaron Farris 1990–91 172<br />

Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 521<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 485<br />

3. Sherry Marsh 1989–90 428<br />

4. Sonja Binger 1982–83 406<br />

5. Paula Fletcher 1991–92 392<br />

6. Jennifer Knight 2004–05 379<br />

7. Jennifer Knight 2005–06 371<br />

8. Kendra Harrell 1997–98 370<br />

Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 370<br />

10. Rhonda Darling 1992–93 369<br />

Field-Goal Percentage (Min. 100 FGA)<br />

1. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 .611<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 .573<br />

3. Aaron Farris 1989–90 .572<br />

4. Taj McWilliams 1990–91 .571<br />

5. Stacey Worrell 2003–04 .570<br />

Shelley Schmidt 1992–93 .570<br />

7. Aaron Farris 1990–91 .550<br />

8. Rhonda Darling 1991–92 .549<br />

Sherrie Hawkins 1987–88 .549<br />

10. Marian Michel 1986–87 .543<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Made<br />

1. Carol Hamilton 2000–01 51<br />

2. Carol Hamilton 2001–02 43<br />

3. Jennifer Knight 2003–04 39<br />

Nina Shuvalov 1996–97 39<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2005–06 37<br />

6. Whitney Regian 2006–07 35<br />

Haley Tidwell 2006–07 35<br />

Jennifer Knight 2004–05 35<br />

9. Sara Baca 2002–03 30<br />

10. Three tied — 29<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Carol Hamilton 2000–01 134<br />

2. Sara Baca 2004–05 129<br />

3. Carol Hamilton 2001–02 125<br />

Nina Shuvalov 1996–97 125<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2003–04 116<br />

6. Jennifer Knight 2004–05 113<br />

7. Jennifer Knight 2005–06 106<br />

8. Whitney Regian 2006–07 103<br />

9. Haley Tidwell 2006–07 101<br />

10. Zsatasha Scott 2002–03 92<br />

Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage<br />

1. Sara Baca 2002–03 .400<br />

2. Carol Hamilton 2000–01 .381<br />

3. J.J. Riehl 2001–02 .375<br />

4. Lisa Shuvalov 1995–96 .367<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2005–06 .349<br />

6. Haley Tidwell 2006–07 .347<br />

7. J.J. Riehl 2000–01 .346<br />

8. Carol Hamilton 2001–02 .344<br />

9. Whitney Regian 2006–07 .340<br />

10. Jennifer Knight 2002–03 .337<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 183<br />

2. Maggie Adams 1986–87 167<br />

3. Sherrie Marsh 1989–90 156<br />

4. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 146<br />

5. Lisa Hudson 1988–89 136<br />

6. Maggie Adams 1985–86 129<br />

7. Kendra Harrell 1995–96 125<br />

8. Terry Hubbard 1994–95 117<br />

9. Paula Jasek 1989–90 108<br />

10. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 106<br />

Free Throws Attempted<br />

1. Maggie Adams 1986–87 227<br />

2. Sherrie Marsh 1989–90 212<br />

3. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 183<br />

4. Maggie Adams 1985–86 182<br />

5. Lisa Hudson 1988–89 181<br />

6. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 176<br />

7. Kendra Harrell 1995–96 164<br />

Heather Arnold 1989–90 164<br />

9. Michelle Powell 1987–88 158<br />

10. Terry Hubbard 1994–95 152<br />

Free-Throw Percentage<br />

1. Jennifer Knight 2002–03 .903<br />

2. Carol Hamilton 2000–01 .873<br />

3. Jennifer Knight 2005–06 .867<br />

4. Leah Fo<strong>st</strong>er 2004–05 .846<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2004–05 .831<br />

6. Paula Jasek 1989–90 .824<br />

7. Shelley Duffey 1997–98 .813<br />

8. J.J. Riehl 2000–01 .809<br />

9. Jenni Batchelor 1986–87 .806<br />

10. Carol Hamilton 2001–02 .795<br />

Rebounds<br />

1. Inger Brown 1983–84 390<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 365<br />

3. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 342<br />

4. Kathryn Hopkins 1980–81 310<br />

5. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 285<br />

6. Sherrie Marsh 1990–91 243<br />

Taj McWilliams 1990–91 243<br />

8. Lisa Hudson 1988–89 241<br />

Kathryn Hopkins 1987–88 241<br />

10. Sherrie Hawkins 1986–87 235<br />

Rebounding Average<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1992–93 11.8<br />

2. Joanna Kailahi 1993–94 10.9<br />

3. Taj McWilliams 1991–92 10.7<br />

4. Aaron Farris 1989–90 9.1<br />

5. Inger Brown 1985–86 8.7<br />

6. Sherrie Hawkins 1986–87 8.4<br />

7. Lisa Hudson 1988–89 8.3<br />

8. Aaron Farris 1988–89 7.9<br />

Jackie Robinson 1982–83 7.9<br />

10. Two times — 7.8<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

1. Shelley Schmidt 1992–93 212<br />

2. Shelley Schmidt 1991–92 183<br />

3. Shelley Schmidt 1990–91 154<br />

4. Paula Jasek 1992–93 134<br />

5. Heather Arnold 1990–91 133<br />

6. Shakeitha Ashley 2000–01 131<br />

Michelle Powell 1987–88 131<br />

8. Shakeitha Ashley 2000–01 126<br />

9. Paula Jasek 1991–92 122<br />

10. Melanie McMullin 1996–97 103<br />

Steals<br />

1. Glover 1980–81 106<br />

2. Shelley Duffey 1996–97 75<br />

3. Kendra Harrell 1997–98 74<br />

4. Nina Shuvalov 1996–97 70<br />

5. Lisa Waschmann 1997–98 64<br />

6. Rhina Palazuelos 2002–03 56<br />

Shelley Duffey 1997–98 56<br />

Giovanni Arias 1994–95 56<br />

9. Kendra Harrell 1995–96 54<br />

Sonja Binger 1981–82 54<br />

Blocks<br />

1. Sara Baca 2004–05 38<br />

2. Casey Koenig 2000–01 25<br />

3. Carol Hamilton 2001–02 24<br />

4. Jennifer Knight 2004–05 23<br />

5. Marlene Schuppli 2001–02 20<br />

6. Lauren Balon 2003–04 18<br />

7. Ada Powers 2003–04 17<br />

8. Sara Baca 2005–06 16<br />

Carol Hamilton 2000–01 16<br />

Shelly Sullivan 2000–01 16


Career Records<br />

Games<br />

1. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 127<br />

Paula Jasek 1989–93 127<br />

3. Karen Patek 1989–93 121<br />

4. Marian Michel 1985–89 117<br />

5. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 115<br />

6. Giavanni Arias 1994–98 112<br />

7. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 110<br />

8. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 107<br />

9. Three tied — 106<br />

Points<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 1837<br />

2. Kendra Harrell 1994–98 1685<br />

3. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 1520<br />

4. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 1500<br />

5. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 1424<br />

6. Sonja Binger 1981–85 1247<br />

7. Inger Brown 1982–86 1204<br />

8. Shelley Schmidt 1989–93 1143<br />

9. Sara Baca 2002–06 1116<br />

10. Aaron Farris 1988–91 1115<br />

Points Per Game<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 19.5<br />

2. Sherrie Marsh 1989–91 16.5<br />

Maggie Adams 1985–87 16.5<br />

4. Kendra Harrell 1994–98 15.2<br />

5. Aaron Farris 1988–91 14.5<br />

6. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 14.2<br />

7. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 14.0<br />

8. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 13.2<br />

9. Rhonda Darling 1990–93 12.3<br />

10. Sara Baca 2002–06 10.5<br />

Field Goals Made<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 805<br />

2. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 709<br />

3. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 639<br />

4. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 560<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 554<br />

6. Giavanni Arias 1994–98 473<br />

7. Aaron Farris 1988–91 448<br />

8. Paula Fletcher 1991–94 434<br />

9. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 432<br />

10. Rhonda Darling 1991–95 429<br />

Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 1480<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 1333<br />

3. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 1140<br />

4. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 971<br />

5. Paula Fletcher 1991–95 959<br />

6. Sara Baca 2002–06 950<br />

7. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 940<br />

8. Giavanni Arias 1994–98 915<br />

9. Lisa Shuvalov 1995–99 904<br />

10. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 882<br />

Field-Goal Percentage (Min. 400 FGA)<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 .604<br />

2. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 .577<br />

3. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 .561<br />

4. Rhonda Darling 1991–95 .544<br />

5. Aaron Farris 1988–91 .537<br />

6. Sherrie Marsh 1989–91 .528<br />

7. Giavanni Arias 1994–98 .517<br />

8. Sherrie Hawkins 1986–89 .513<br />

9. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 .490<br />

10. Marian Michel 1985–89 .482<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Made<br />

1. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 166<br />

2. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 140<br />

3. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 116<br />

4. Sara Baca 2002–06 98<br />

5. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 86<br />

6. Zsatasha Scott 2000–04 83<br />

7. Nina Shuvalov 1994–97 64<br />

8. Lisa Shuvalov 1994–97 62<br />

9. Whitney Regian 2006– 35<br />

Haley Tidwell 2006– 35<br />

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted<br />

1. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 499<br />

2. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 421<br />

3. Sara Baca 2002–06 355<br />

4. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 316<br />

5. Zsatasha Scott 2000–04 271<br />

6. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 247<br />

7. Nina Shuvalov 1994–97 184<br />

8. Lisa Shuvalov 1994–97 180<br />

9. Lisa Waschmann 1997–99 168<br />

10. Vanessa E<strong>st</strong>el 1996–00 163<br />

Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage<br />

1. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 .367<br />

2. Nina Shuvalov 1994–97 .348<br />

Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 .348<br />

4. Haley Tidwell 2006– .347<br />

5. Lisa Shuvalov 1994–97 .344<br />

6. Whitney Regian 2006– .340<br />

7. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 .333<br />

Carol Hamilton 1998–02 .333<br />

9. Zsatasha Scott 2000–04 .306<br />

10. Leah Fo<strong>st</strong>er 2002–06 .303<br />

Free Throws Made<br />

1. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 416<br />

2. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 384<br />

3. Paula Jasek 1989–93 308<br />

4. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 299<br />

5. Maggie Adams 1985–87 296<br />

6. Sara Baca 2002–06 274<br />

7. Zsatasha Scott 2000–04 262<br />

8. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 242<br />

9. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 241<br />

10. Sherrie Marsh 1989–91 233<br />

Free Throws Attempted<br />

1. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 712<br />

2. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 492<br />

3. Paula Jasek 1989–93 420<br />

4. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 415<br />

5. Maggie Adams 1985–87 409<br />

6. Zsatasha Scott 2000–04 401<br />

7. Sara Baca 2002–06 371<br />

8. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 362<br />

9. Aaron Farris 1988–91 346<br />

10. Stacey Worrell 2000–04 329<br />

Free-Throw Percentage<br />

1. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 .840<br />

2. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 .780<br />

3. Sara Baca 2002–06 .739<br />

4. Paula Jasek 1989–93 .733<br />

5. Maggie Adams 1985–87 .724<br />

6. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 .720<br />

7. Sherrie Marsh 1989–91 .717<br />

8. Stacey Worrell 2000–04 .693<br />

9. Paula Fletcher 1991–95 .692<br />

10. Marian Michel 1985–89 .677<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Rebounds<br />

1. Inger Brown 1982–86 1032<br />

2. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 950<br />

3. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 759<br />

4. Marian Michel 1985–89 709<br />

5. Aaron Farris 1988–91 603<br />

6. Sherrie Hawkins 1986–89 574<br />

7. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 556<br />

8. Giavanni Arias 1994–98 545<br />

Paula Jasek 1989–93 545<br />

10. Kathryn Hopkins 1980–82 536<br />

Rebounding Average<br />

1. Taj McWilliams 1990–93 10.1<br />

2. Aaron Farris 1988–91 8.6<br />

3. Kathryn Hopkins 1980–82 8.1<br />

4. Lisa Hudson 1987–89 7.7<br />

5. Sherrie Marsh 1989–91 7.2<br />

6. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 7.0<br />

7. Maggie Adams 1985–87 5.9<br />

8. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 5.6<br />

9. Three tied — 5.5<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s<br />

1. Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 629<br />

2. Paula Jasek 1989–93 445<br />

3. Shakeitha Ashley 2000–02 257<br />

4. J.J. Riehl 1998–02 244<br />

5. Michelle Arnold 1988–91 242<br />

6. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 208<br />

7. Paula Fletcher 1991–95 201<br />

8. Lisa Bjornman 1992–95 192<br />

9. Melanie McMullin 1996–98 181<br />

10. Michelle Powell 1987–89 179<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>s Per Game<br />

1. Shakeitha Ashley 2000–02 5.0<br />

Shelley Schmidt 1990–94 5.0<br />

3. Michelle Powell 1987–89 3.9<br />

4. Melanie McMullin 1996–98 3.7<br />

5. Paula Jasek 1989–93 3.5<br />

6. Michelle Arnold 1988–91 3.1<br />

Margaret Butler 1986–88 3.1<br />

8. Martha E<strong>st</strong>elle 1987–89 2.9<br />

9. Lisa Bjornmen 1992–95 2.4<br />

10. J.J. Riehl 1988–92 2.3<br />

Steals<br />

1. Shelley Duffey 1996–00 262<br />

2. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 227<br />

3. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 143<br />

4. Zsatasha Scott 2000–04 131<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 130<br />

Martha E<strong>st</strong>elle 1987–89 130<br />

7. Lisa Waschmann 1997–99 128<br />

8. Sara Baca 2002–06 106<br />

9. Terry Hubbard 1994–96 102<br />

10. Melanie McMullin 1996–98 100<br />

Blocks<br />

1. Casey Koenig 1997–01 144<br />

2. Kendra Harrell 1995–99 95<br />

3. Sara Baca 2002–06 94<br />

4. Carol Hamilton 1998–02 80<br />

5. Jennifer Knight 2002–06 53<br />

6. Nicole Wiatreck 1996–00 44<br />

7. Lauren Balon 2003–07 31<br />

8. Charron Sumler 2005– 26<br />

Ada Powers 2002–04 26<br />

10. Marlene Schuppli 2001–02 20<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Year-by-Year Records<br />

Year Overall Pct. Conference Pct. Coach Notes<br />

1974–75 N/A<br />

1975–76 N/A<br />

1976–77 N/A<br />

1977–78 N/A<br />

1978–79 N/A<br />

1979–80 4–13 .235 -- -- N/A<br />

1980–81 N/A -- -- -- Sharon McIlroy<br />

1981–82 N/A -- -- -- Sharon McIlroy<br />

1982–83 10–18 .357 3-7 .300 Sharon McIlroy<br />

1983–84 12–15 .444 3-6 .333 Sharon McIlroy 5th Big State Conference<br />

1984–85 12–13 .480 3-7 .300 David McKey<br />

1985–86 15–13 .536 2-8 .200 David McKey<br />

1986–87 20–8 .714 6-4 .600 David McKey Big State Conference Champions<br />

1987–88 29–4 .879 10-0 1.000 David McKey Big State Conference, Di<strong>st</strong>rict Champions<br />

1988–89 20–9 .690 8-2 .800 David McKey<br />

1989–90 26–6 .813 9-1 .900 David McKey Big State Conference Co-Champions<br />

1990–91 31–2 .939 9-1 .900 David McKey Big State Conference, Di<strong>st</strong>rict Champions<br />

1991–92 30–3 .909 10-0 1.000 David McKey Big State Conference Champions, NAIA Final Four<br />

1992–93 28–3 .903 10-0 1.000 David McKey Big State Conference, Di<strong>st</strong>rict Champions,<br />

NAIA Final Four<br />

1993–94 9–18 .333 2-8 .200 David McKey<br />

1994–95 11–19 .367 8-6 .571 Janice Wallace<br />

1995–96 16–13 .552 7-7 .500 Janice Wallace<br />

1996–97 15–11 .577 13-3 .813 Janice Wallace Heart of Texas Co-Conference Champions<br />

1997–98 20–7 .741 12-2 .857 Janice Wallace Heart of Texas Co-Conference Champions<br />

1998–99 17–11 .607 7-3 .700 Janice Wallace<br />

1999–00 20–6 .769 --- --- Janice Wallace<br />

2000–01 8–18 .308 4-6 .400 Janice Wallace 5th Heartland Conference<br />

2001–02 13–14 .481 6-4 .600 Janice Wallace 3rd Heartland Conference<br />

2002–03 6–21 .222 0-10 .000 Janice Wallace/ 6th Heartland Conference<br />

J.J. Riehl<br />

2003–04 12–15 .444 5-7 .417 Jennifer White 5th Heartland Conference<br />

2004–05 7–20 .259 5-7 .417 Jennifer White T-5th Heartland Conference<br />

2005–06 15–12 .556 9-3 .750 Jennifer White Heartland Conference Co-Champions<br />

2006–07 9–18 .333 6-4 .600 Jennifer White T-2nd Heartland Conference<br />

Totals 804-864 .482 281-289 .493<br />

Coaches Record Pct.<br />

David McKey 220–79 .736<br />

Janice Wallace 125–112 .527<br />

Jennifer White 43–65 .398<br />

Sharon McIlroy 22–33 .400<br />

J.J. Riehl 1–8 .111<br />

Sherrie Hawkins<br />

All-Time Record Again<strong>st</strong><br />

Team Record Again<strong>st</strong> Streak<br />

Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian 7–10 L1<br />

Adams State 0–1 L1<br />

Angelo State 5–7 L7<br />

Arkansas Tech 0–1 L1<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in College 7–0 W7<br />

Bishop College 2–2 W1<br />

Cameron 1–3 L1<br />

Central Oklahoma 0–2 L2<br />

Central State (Ohio) 1–0 W1<br />

Chico State 0–1 L1<br />

Cisco JC 0–1 L1<br />

Clafi n College 0–1 L1<br />

Colorado State–Pueblo 1–0 W1<br />

Concordia (Neb.) 1–0 W1<br />

Concordia (Texas) 33–3 W8<br />

Dallas Bapti<strong>st</strong> 2–0 W2<br />

Dillard 0–1 L1<br />

Drury 1–9 L6<br />

Ea<strong>st</strong> Central 3–3 W1<br />

Ea<strong>st</strong> Texas Bapti<strong>st</strong> 10–15 L2<br />

Ea<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico 1–1 W1<br />

Emporia State 1–2 L2<br />

Flagler 1–0 W1<br />

Georgetown College 0–1 L1<br />

Hardin-Simmons 3–2 W1<br />

Harding 1–2 L2<br />

Henderson State 1–1 L1<br />

Hill College 0–1 L1<br />

Hou<strong>st</strong>on CC 0–1 L1<br />

Howard Payne 4–0 W4<br />

Hu<strong>st</strong>on-Tillotson 25–12 W24<br />

Incarnate Word 37–18 L1<br />

Lamar 0–1 L1<br />

Lincoln 10–4 W4<br />

Louisiana College 2–0 W2<br />

Louisiana–Lafayette 0–1 L1<br />

Lubbock Chri<strong>st</strong>ian 4–0 W4<br />

Mary Hardin-Baylor 21–12 L1<br />

McMurry 4–0 W4<br />

Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State 5–10 L5<br />

Minnesota–Duluth 0–1 L1<br />

Missouri–Rolla 1–0 W1<br />

Mobile College 1–0 W1<br />

Montana State–Billings 2–4 L3<br />

National Chri<strong>st</strong>ian 1–0 W1


New Mexico Highlands 2–0 W2<br />

North Dakota State 0–1 L1<br />

Northwe<strong>st</strong> Missouri State 0–1 L1<br />

Oklahoma Chri<strong>st</strong>ian 2–3 W2<br />

Oklahoma City 0–4 L4<br />

Ouachita Bapti<strong>st</strong> 1–4 L3<br />

Our Lady of the Lake 7–0 W7<br />

Panhandle State 9–6 W4<br />

Paul Quinn 2–0 W2<br />

Phillips 1–1 W1<br />

Pikeville 1–0 W1<br />

Pittsburg State 1–1 L1<br />

Rockhur<strong>st</strong> 8–3 W4<br />

Rollins 0–1 L1<br />

Rosary College 1–0 W1<br />

Sam Hou<strong>st</strong>on State 0–2 L2<br />

Schreiner 27–15 W5<br />

Seattle 1–0 W1<br />

Simon Fraser (B.C.) 1–0 W1<br />

Sonoma State 1–0 W1<br />

Southea<strong>st</strong>ern Oklahoma State 5–6 L2<br />

Southern Nazarene 1–4 W1<br />

Southwe<strong>st</strong> Bapti<strong>st</strong> 0–1 L1<br />

Southwe<strong>st</strong>ern 8–8 W3<br />

Southwe<strong>st</strong>ern Oklahoma State 0–5 L5<br />

St. Gregory’s 1–0 W1<br />

St. Mary’s 22–36 L5<br />

Tarleton State 11–11 L6<br />

Texas Chri<strong>st</strong>ian University 0–1 L1<br />

Texas 0–2 L2<br />

Texas–Pan American 4–7 L2<br />

Texas–Permian Basin 3–0 W3<br />

Texas A&M–Commerce 0–2 L2<br />

Texas A&M–Corpus Chri<strong>st</strong>i 0–1 L1<br />

Texas A&M–International 1–3 L2<br />

Texas A&M–Kingsville 13–9 L1<br />

Texas Lutheran 29–13 W3<br />

Texas State 0–5 L5<br />

Texas Wesleyan 19–13 L2<br />

Texas Woman’s 13–4 L2<br />

Trevecca Nazarene 1–0 W1<br />

Trinity 17–0 W17<br />

UC–Davis 0–1 L1<br />

University of the South 1–0 W1<br />

Wayland Bapti<strong>st</strong> 1–10 L5<br />

We<strong>st</strong> Texas A&M 0–3 L3<br />

We<strong>st</strong>ern New Mexico 3–0 W3<br />

Wharton JC 1–1 L1<br />

All-Time Ro<strong>st</strong>er<br />

Adams, Maggie: 85–86, 86–87<br />

Aguilar, Cynthia: 96–97<br />

Arias, Giovanna: 94–95, 95–96, 96–97,<br />

97–98<br />

Arnold, Michelle: 88–89, 89–90, 90–91<br />

Ashley, Shakeitha: 00–01, 01–02<br />

Baca, Sara: 02–03, 03–04, 04–05, 05–06<br />

Balon, Lauren: 03–04, 05–06, 06–07<br />

Bardwell, Sally: 92–93, 93–94, 94–95<br />

Bartosh, Tammy: 04–05, 05–06, 06–07<br />

Batchelor, Jenni: 85–86, 86–87<br />

Bayna, Cheron: 88–89<br />

Beauchamp, Kri<strong>st</strong>en: 02–03, 03–04,<br />

04–05<br />

Binger, Sonya: 81–82, 82–83, 83–84,<br />

84–85<br />

Bjornberg, Lisa: 92–93, 93–94, 94–95<br />

Black<strong>st</strong>ock, Clare: 77–78, 78–79, 79–80<br />

Boehnemann, Robin: 91–92<br />

Bonner, Charmin: 92–93, 93–94<br />

Brown, Andria: 74–75<br />

Brown, Cassie: 05–06, 06–07<br />

Brown, Inger: 82–83, 83–84, 84–85,<br />

85–86<br />

Burns, Kymberley: 95–96, 96–97<br />

Butler, Margaret: 86–87, 87–88<br />

Cadena, Peggy: 91–92, 92–93, 93–94<br />

Campbell, Theresa: 83–84, 84–85, 85–86<br />

Canfi eld, Erin: 98–99<br />

Cardenas, Adriana: 74–75<br />

Cardenas, Pat: 74–75<br />

Cardenas, Sandra: 78—79, 79–80<br />

Carlisle, Sandi: 77–78, 78–79, 79–80<br />

Cavazos, Cindy: 82–83<br />

Chauvin, Julie: 84–85, 85–86, 86–87,<br />

87–88<br />

Contreras, Lisa: 86–87<br />

Cook, Amber: 98–99<br />

Crow, Cathy: 77–78, 78–79, 79–80<br />

Dang, Lan: 92–93, 93–94<br />

Darling, Rhonda: 90–91, 91–92, 92–93<br />

DeHass, Pam: 74–75<br />

Delcoure, Desiree: 03–04, 05–06<br />

Dettmer, Tina: 91–92, 92–93, 93–94<br />

De Ybarrondo, Michelle: 86–87<br />

Dominguez: 87–88<br />

Duffey, Shelley: 96–97, 97–98, 98–99,<br />

99–00<br />

Dungan, Veronica: 85–86<br />

Edwards, Annette: 74–75<br />

Edwards, Wendy: 89–90<br />

Endres, Brooke: 04–05<br />

E<strong>st</strong>el, Vanessa: 96–97, 97–98, 98–99,<br />

99–00<br />

E<strong>st</strong>elle, Martha: 87–88, 88–89<br />

Etheridge, Nicole: 06–07<br />

Evans, Tracy: 88–89<br />

Farris, Aaron: 88–89, 89–90, 90–91<br />

Favila, Kri<strong>st</strong>ina: 91–92, 93–94<br />

Fenton, Brandy: 91–92, 92–93, 93–94,<br />

94–95<br />

Fletcher, Paula: 91–92, 92–93, 93–94,<br />

94–95, 95–96<br />

Flores, Cindy: 86–87<br />

Flores, Maria: 87–88<br />

Flores, Nora: 85–86, 86–87, 87–88,<br />

88–89<br />

Flowers, Trish: 98–99, 99–00, 00–01<br />

Fo<strong>st</strong>er, Leah: 02–03, 03–04, 04–05,<br />

05–06<br />

Franco, Andira: 01–02<br />

Fuentes, Suzanna: 77–78, 78–79<br />

Gaines, Dawn: 97–98, 98–99<br />

Gallegos, Betty: 81–82<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

Gardner, Pattie: 90–91<br />

Garza, Ashli: 96–97, 97–98<br />

Garza, Lupe: 82–83, 83–84<br />

Gilbert, Jami: 98–99, 99–00, 00–01<br />

Gokelman, Anne: 83–84, 84–85, 85–86,<br />

86–87<br />

Gotsch, Lorri: 90–91, 91–92<br />

Green, Ginny: 82–83, 83–84, 84–85,<br />

85–86<br />

Greer, Debbie: 88–89, 89–90<br />

Guerrero, Marie: 85–86, 86–87, 87–88<br />

Hamilton, Carol: 98–99, 99–00, 00–01,<br />

01–02<br />

Hamilton, Lori: 91–92, 93–94<br />

Harrell, Kendra: 95–96, 96–97, 97–98,<br />

98–99<br />

Hawkins, Sherrie: 86–87, 87–88, 88–89<br />

Head, Sara: 06–07<br />

Hello, Gina: 81–82<br />

Henderson, Meloney: 01–02<br />

Hernandez, Erin: 00–01<br />

Hernandez, Liz: 81–82, 82–83<br />

Hicks, Romona: 88–89<br />

Hogan, Delisa: 87–88, 88–89<br />

Holguin, Sophia: 05–06, 06–07<br />

Hopkins, Kathryn: 78–79, 79–80, 81–82<br />

Hubbard, Terry: 94–95, 95–96<br />

Hudson, Lisa: 87–88, 88–89<br />

Jackson, Chris: 74–75<br />

Jackson, Enid: 93–94<br />

Jackson, NiTia: 96–97<br />

Jackson, Stormye: 02–03, 03–04<br />

Janes, AnnMarie: 98–99<br />

Jarosz, Tracy: 92–93, 93–94<br />

Jasek, Paula: 89–90, 90–91, 91–92,<br />

92–93<br />

Johnson, Aquilla: 85–86<br />

Johnson, Coleen: 01–02<br />

Johnson, Rashunda: 01–02<br />

Johnson, Tricia: 97–98, 98–99, 99–00,<br />

00–01<br />

Kailahi, Joanna: 93–94<br />

Kelly, Mary: 74–75<br />

King, Angie: 94–95, 95–96, 96–97<br />

Kinsey, Sara: 97–98<br />

Knight, Jennifer: 02–03, 03–04, 04–05,<br />

05–06<br />

Koehler, April: 98–99, 99–00, 00–01,<br />

01–02<br />

Koenig, Casey: 97–98, 98–99, 99–00,<br />

00–01<br />

Kouba, Tammy: 81–82, 82–83, 83–84,<br />

84–85<br />

Lara, Alana: 06–07<br />

Lewis, Vicki: 83–84<br />

Little, Dennis: 74–75<br />

Loucks, Star: 02–03, 03–04<br />

Lucksinger, Tina: 74–75<br />

Marsh, Sherry: 89–90, 90–91<br />

Martin, Lee Anne: 92–93, 93–94, 94–95,<br />

95–96<br />

McFerren, Pattie: 82–83, 83–84<br />

McMillian, Tedra: 91–92<br />

McMullin, Melanie: 96–97, 97–98<br />

McWilliams, Taj: 90–91, 91–92, 92–93<br />

Meador, Jennifer: 91–92<br />

Michel, Marian: 85–86, 86–87, 87–88,<br />

88–89<br />

Mize, Deborah: 02–03<br />

Murillo, Rebecca: 93–94<br />

Nagel, Becca: 04–05, 05–06, 06–07<br />

Neal, Angela: 81–82<br />

Neira, Veronica: 94–95, 95–96, 96–97,<br />

97–98<br />

O’Neil, Julie: 78–79, 79–80<br />

Ortiz, Patti: 98–99, 99–00<br />

Otey-Lewis, Kir<strong>st</strong>en: 99–00<br />

Palazuelos, Rhina: 99–00, 00–01, 01–02,<br />

02–03<br />

Patek, Karen: 89–90, 90–91, 91–92,<br />

92–93<br />

Payton, Kelli: 06–07<br />

Phillips, Dawn: 96–97<br />

Phillips, Patricia: 87–88, 88–89, 89–90<br />

Pires, Jeannine: 84–85<br />

Placencia, Alma: 82–83, 83–84<br />

Poole, Karen: 82–83<br />

Powell, Michelle: 87–88, 88–89<br />

Powers, Ada: 02–03, 03–04<br />

Raiford, Brend: 81–82<br />

Ramos, Tina: 78–79<br />

Regian, Whitney: 06–07<br />

Resendez, Petra: 83–84<br />

Riehl, J.J.: 98–99, 99–00, 00–01, 01–02<br />

Robinson, Jackie: 81–82, 82–83, 84–85<br />

Romero, Dailia: 74–75<br />

Ross, Dora: 74–75<br />

Rossi, Karen: 83–84, 84–85, 85–86<br />

Rowland, Erika: 05–06, 06–07<br />

Saathoff, Jackie: 04–05, 05–06, 06–07<br />

Salazar, Mayla: 83–84<br />

Savage, Sara: 95–96, 96–97<br />

Schiver, Kassie: 98–99<br />

Schmidt, Shelley: 89–90, 90–91, 91–92,<br />

92–93<br />

Schuppli, Marlene: 01–02<br />

Scott, Zsatasha: 00–01, 01–02, 02–03,<br />

03–04<br />

Segovia, Veronica: 87–88<br />

Shelton, Shenieka: 94–95, 95–96<br />

Shuvalov, Lisa: 94–95, 95–96, 96–97<br />

Shuvalov, Nina: 94–95, 96–97<br />

Silva, Myriam: 88–89, 89–90<br />

Skeen, Laura Jo: 99–00, 00–01, 01–02<br />

Smith, Lindsay: 97–98<br />

Soto, Raquel: 78–79, 81–82<br />

Spann, Sue: 81–82<br />

Spruell, Carmen: 78–79<br />

Stark, Mandi: 88–89, 89–90, 90–91,<br />

91–92<br />

Sullivan, Shelly: 99–00, 00–01<br />

Sumler, Charron: 05–06, 06–07<br />

Tidwell, Haley: 06–07<br />

Tijerina, Marina: 81–82, 82–83, 83–84<br />

Torres, Libby: 94–95<br />

Tuero, Anna: 77–78, 78–79<br />

Valadez, Elma: 78–79<br />

Valdiviez, Claudia: 86–87<br />

Vaughn, Linda: 81–82<br />

Villarreal, Michelle: 85–86, 86–87<br />

Vlasak, Jeanette: 02–03, 03–04, 04–05,<br />

05–06<br />

Wachsmann, Lisa: 97–98, 98–99<br />

Wells, Jennifer: 93–94<br />

White, Aleshia: 06–07<br />

Whitt, Pam: 81–82<br />

Wiatrek, Nichole: 96–97, 97–98, 98–99,<br />

99–00<br />

Woods, Charonda: 02–03<br />

Wooley, Karen: 84–85, 85–86<br />

Worrell, Stacey: 00–01, 01–02, 02–03,<br />

03–04<br />

Ybarra, Tina: 02–03, 03–04, 04–05<br />

Yezierski, Chri<strong>st</strong>ina: 91–92<br />

Zepeda, Marina: 84–85, 85–86<br />

Missing: 75–76, 76–77, 77–78, 80–81<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 22<br />

ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

Debbie Taylor, MEd<br />

Director of Athletics<br />

Debbie Taylor is in her sixth year as the seventh<br />

director of <strong>athletics</strong> at St. Edward’s University,<br />

a job well-deserved by this overachieving and<br />

devoted coaching veteran at St. Edward’s.<br />

Taylor fi r<strong>st</strong> came to the Hilltop as the head<br />

volleyball coach in 1990. She has been an<br />

athletic admini<strong>st</strong>rator since 1995, and in 1999,<br />

St. Edward’s promoted Taylor to associate athletic director. Throughout<br />

her 12 years as head volleyball coach and 12 years as an athletic<br />

admini<strong>st</strong>rator, Taylor has brought an abundance of experience and<br />

excellence to St. Edward’s University Athletics.<br />

A former all-America volleyball player, Taylor received a bachelor’s<br />

degree in education from Southwe<strong>st</strong>ern University in 1986. During her<br />

tenure at Southwe<strong>st</strong>ern University, Taylor e<strong>st</strong>ablished herself as one<br />

of the top volleyball players in school hi<strong>st</strong>ory. Her team advanced to<br />

the NAIA National Tournament twice in four years, during the 1981 and<br />

1983 seasons. She was an NAIA All-American in 1983 and 1984, and<br />

she was selected to the All-National Tournament Team in 1983. Taylor<br />

was named the Mo<strong>st</strong> Out<strong>st</strong>anding Physical Education Major in 1985<br />

and was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Honor in 1990. She earned<br />

her ma<strong>st</strong>er’s in physical education and educational admini<strong>st</strong>ration at<br />

Southwe<strong>st</strong> Texas State University in 1992. Taylor served seven years<br />

as an offi cer for the American Volleyball Coaches Association and<br />

as president in 1998. She was recognized for meritorious service by<br />

the USAV in 1995, and served the State of Texas as an Impact Coach<br />

Certifi ed In<strong>st</strong>ructor.<br />

As a coach, Taylor po<strong>st</strong>ed an overall record of 428-167 at<br />

St. Edward’s. In 1991, 1996 and 1997, her team won the Heart of Texas<br />

Conference and, in 2001, won the Heartland Conference. In 1996, her<br />

team won the NAIA Southwe<strong>st</strong> Region Tournament Championship and,<br />

overall, she has coached four teams to the national tournament with two<br />

quarterfi nal appearances. In 1990, her fi r<strong>st</strong> year at St. Edward’s, she<br />

was named coach of the year, and she won the honor again in 2001.<br />

In 12 seasons, Taylor coached fi ve conference mo<strong>st</strong> valuable players,<br />

seven conference freshmen of the year, 49 all-conference players, 67<br />

academic all-conference players, 12 all-Americans and 11 scholar all-<br />

Americans.<br />

As an admini<strong>st</strong>rator, she was honored as the 1993 NAIA Di<strong>st</strong>rict IV<br />

Female Admini<strong>st</strong>rator of the Year and the 1997 NAIA Southwe<strong>st</strong> Region<br />

Female Admini<strong>st</strong>rator of the Year.<br />

Taylor and her husband, Robert, reside in Kyle.<br />

Scott Abel, JD<br />

Associate Director of<br />

Athletics/Compliance<br />

Scott Abel was named the associate director of<br />

<strong>athletics</strong>/compliance at St. Edward’s University<br />

in Summer 2004. He oversees all aspects of<br />

Athletic compliance efforts. In addition, Abel<br />

provides oversight while coordinating the Topper<br />

Backers corporate partner program. He also<br />

serves as compliance coordinator for the Heartland Conference.<br />

Abel came to St. Edward’s after spending two years at the University<br />

of Northern Colorado as director of athletic compliance. He helped<br />

develop and implement a compliance manual and boo<strong>st</strong>er education<br />

program for the UNC athletic department. Abel also helped lead<br />

compliance education meetings for the coaching <strong>st</strong>aff while supervising<br />

UNC’s transition from Division II to Division I.<br />

Prior to that he worked in the offi ce of athletic compliance at Texas<br />

Chri<strong>st</strong>ian University for two years. Abel monitored athlete/agent<br />

regulations meetings and offi cial visits at TCU. He also assi<strong>st</strong>ed in<br />

secondary infractions inve<strong>st</strong>igations.<br />

He earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science from<br />

Texas Wesleyan University in 1996 and a doctor of jurisprudence from<br />

Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in 2002.<br />

Abel also coached high school football for fi ve years from 1994 to<br />

1999.<br />

He and his wife, Jena, have a daughter, Ainsley. They reside<br />

in Au<strong>st</strong>in.<br />

Nikki Cockrell<br />

Associate Athletic Director for<br />

Facilities and Event Management<br />

Nikki Cockrell begins her fi r<strong>st</strong> year as associate<br />

athletic director for facilities and event<br />

management. She will assi<strong>st</strong> the director of<br />

<strong>athletics</strong> in managing all aspects of athletic<br />

facilities, intercollegiate competition and<br />

campus recreation.<br />

Cockrell previously was the parks and recreation director for the City<br />

of Smithville where she spent the la<strong>st</strong> eight years. She initially joined<br />

the <strong>st</strong>aff as manager of the Smithville Recreation Center in 1999.<br />

She was elevated to parks and recreation director in 2000. Cockrell<br />

managed four city parks, the city skate park and the 22,500 square<br />

foot Recreation Center. She and the 18 employees she supervised<br />

oversaw the daily operations of these facilities. She was also involved<br />

in generating advertising, attracting fundraising, and the planning<br />

of capital projects in the City of Smithville. She served on numerous<br />

boards and committees within the community.<br />

Cockrell is a 1999 graduate of the UT−Au<strong>st</strong>in with a BS in Sport<br />

Management. While at UT, she was a three-year letterwinner, and one of<br />

the original members of the Longhorn softball team. She helped Head<br />

Coach Connie Clark e<strong>st</strong>ablish the great tradition known in the NCAA<br />

softball community today. Cockrell was named an all-American, both<br />

academically and athletically in 1998 and 1999, and was the NCAA<br />

Women of the Year for the State of Texas in 1999. She was recently<br />

inducted into the UT Women’s Athletics Hall of Honor in 2006. Cockrell<br />

was the fi r<strong>st</strong> softball player to be inducted.<br />

She currently resides in Au<strong>st</strong>in.


Athletics Directory<br />

Debbie Taylor<br />

Athletic Director<br />

Jennifer White<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Athletic Director<br />

WBKB Head Coach<br />

Chris Magott<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Athletic Trainer<br />

Ann Mary Carney<br />

Cheerleading Coach<br />

Amy Coulter<br />

Head<br />

Softball Coach<br />

Logan Lawrence<br />

Sports Information Director<br />

Scott Abel<br />

Associate Athletic Director<br />

Compliance<br />

Frank Smith<br />

Faculty Athletics<br />

Representative<br />

Troyce Solley<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Athletic Trainer<br />

Ryan Murphy<br />

Head Men’s<br />

Golf Coach<br />

Lindsay Gardner<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Softball Coach<br />

ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

Melinda Terry<br />

Head Athletic Trainer<br />

Nikki Cockrell<br />

Associate Athletic Director<br />

Facilities and Events<br />

Marilyn Wilke<br />

Admini<strong>st</strong>rative Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Rob Penders<br />

Head<br />

Baseball Coach<br />

Jennifer McNeil<br />

Head Women’s<br />

Golf Coach<br />

Russel Sterns<br />

Head Tennis Coach<br />

Kevin Felts<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Baseball/<br />

Head Cross Country Coach<br />

Brian Young<br />

Head Men’s<br />

Soccer Coach<br />

Simon Boyce<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Tennis Coach<br />

Mailing Address<br />

St. Edward’s University, Athletics Department<br />

3001 South Congress Ave., Au<strong>st</strong>in, Texas 78704<br />

Athletics Fax: 416-5834 SID Fax: 428-1001<br />

Admini<strong>st</strong>rative Staff Area Code: 512<br />

Debbie Taylor, Athletic Director 448-8744<br />

Scott Abel, Associate Athletic Director/Compliance 233-1637<br />

Nikki Cockrell, Associate AD for Facilities and Events 233-1495<br />

Jennifer White, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant AD for Student Services 448-8590<br />

Dr. Frank Smith, Faculty Athletics Representative 448-8555<br />

Marilyn Wilke, Admini<strong>st</strong>rative Assi<strong>st</strong>ant 448-8480<br />

Logan Lawrence, Sports Information Director 464-8810<br />

Melinda Terry, Head Athletic Trainer 448-8498<br />

Chris Magott, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Athletic Trainer 428-1378<br />

Troyce Solley, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Athletic Trainer<br />

Coaching Staff<br />

416-5802<br />

Rob Penders, Head Baseball Coach 448-8497<br />

Kevin Felts, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Baseball Coach/Head CC Coach 428-1053<br />

Ryan Marks, Head Men’s Basketball Coach 448-8591<br />

Jon Havens, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Men’s Basketball Coach 428-1089<br />

Jennifer White, Head Women’s Basketball Coach 448-8590<br />

J.J. Riehl, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Women’s Basketball Coach 428-1031<br />

Ann Mary Carney, Cheerleading Coach 637-5615<br />

Ryan Murphy, Head Men’s Golf Coach 448-8604<br />

Jennifer McNeil, Head Women’s Golf Coach 233-1654<br />

Brian Young, Head Men’s Soccer Coach 448-8507<br />

Adrian Rigby, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Men’s Soccer Coach 428-1355<br />

Nick Cowell, Head Women’s Soccer Coach 428-1052<br />

Jay Mason, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Women’s Soccer Coach 428-1054<br />

Amy Coulter, Head Softball Coach 448-8494<br />

Lindsay Gardner, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Softball Coach 428-1049<br />

Russell Sterns, M/W Head Tennis Coach 448-8743<br />

Simon Boyce, M/W Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Tennis Coach 637-5617<br />

Sean Donahue, Head Volleyball Coach 428-1386<br />

Zheng Xiang, Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Volleyball Coach 428-1435<br />

Ryan Marks<br />

Head Men’s Basketball<br />

Coach<br />

Adrian Rigby<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Men’s<br />

Soccer Coach<br />

Sean Donahue<br />

Head<br />

Volleyball Coach<br />

Jon Havens<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Men’s<br />

Basketball Coach<br />

Nick Cowell<br />

Head Women’s<br />

Soccer Coach<br />

Zheng Xiang<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant<br />

Volleyball Coach<br />

J.J. Riehl<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Women’s<br />

Basketball Coach<br />

Jay Mason<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Women’s<br />

Soccer Coach<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

FACILITIES AND<br />

EQUIPMENT<br />

When you arrive at our 198-acre hilltop<br />

campus, you’ll fi nd a balance of traditional<br />

and modern architecture that speaks to<br />

the <strong>university</strong>’s rich pa<strong>st</strong> and exemplifi es<br />

our bright future. You’ll also discover<br />

that campus life extends far beyond the<br />

classroom. Whether it’s working out in<br />

the fi tness center after a swim, grabbing<br />

a cappuccino in Meadows Coffeehouse,<br />

or catching up with friends in an outdoor<br />

courtyard, you’ll fi nd a rich and active<br />

community at St. Edward’s.<br />

MAIN BUILDING<br />

A Texas Hi<strong>st</strong>oric Landmark and one of<br />

several campus buildings on the National<br />

Regi<strong>st</strong>er of Hi<strong>st</strong>oric Places, Main Building<br />

sits on the highe<strong>st</strong> elevation point in Au<strong>st</strong>in,<br />

overlooking the city’s skyline. Inside you’ll<br />

fi nd the Offi ce of Student Financial Services<br />

and the Offi ce of Undergraduate Admission,<br />

among others. The <strong>university</strong> celebrated the<br />

building’s centennial in 2003.<br />

ROBERT AND PEARLE<br />

RAGSDALE CENTER<br />

Named for Texas aviation pioneers Robert<br />

and Pearle Ragsdale, the center offers<br />

lectures, free movies and special events with<br />

a wide range of services and conveniences<br />

inside including Meadows Coffeehouse,<br />

<strong>st</strong>udent lounges, a computer center, a game<br />

room, South Congress Market (the <strong>university</strong><br />

dining hall), conference and <strong>st</strong>udy rooms,<br />

and Student Life offi ces.<br />

RECREATION AND<br />

CONVOCATION CENTER<br />

Located in the heart of campus, the<br />

Recreation and Convocation Center is<br />

a full-featured modern facility equipped<br />

with a fi tness center, a six-lane pool, four<br />

racquetball/handball courts, two full-size<br />

basketball fl oors and space to display all the<br />

Hilltopper trophies.<br />

THE GOLF CLUB AT CIRCLE C<br />

Originally opened in 1992, the Golf Club at<br />

Circle C is 15 minutes from downtown Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

on 160 acres of rolling hill country. Designed<br />

by Jay Moorish, this course offers a classic<strong>st</strong>yle<br />

layout in championship condition with<br />

a wide range of play for all skill levels. The<br />

course has been cited in both regional and<br />

national golf magazines as one of Texas’<br />

be<strong>st</strong> daily fee courses.<br />

DIANE DANIELS FIELD<br />

Built in 1988, the Diane Daniels Field is the<br />

home of the Hilltopper softball team. It was<br />

dedicated and named on April 10, 1990, in<br />

honor of Diane Daniels, a physical education<br />

in<strong>st</strong>ructor and fi r<strong>st</strong> female coach at St.<br />

Edward’s. The fi eld includes new dug outs,<br />

batting cages and tiered-seating for spectators.<br />

In 2005, the outfi eld fence was moved<br />

to regulation di<strong>st</strong>ance to accommodate<br />

tournament play.<br />

RECREATION AND<br />

CONVOCATION CENTER


LUCIAN-HAMILTON FIELD<br />

Built in 1968, Lucian-Hamilton Field provides<br />

an on-campus facility for the men’s baseball<br />

team. The fi eld is named for longtime athletic<br />

director Brother Lucian Blersch, CSC, and<br />

former men’s baseball coach Tom Hamilton.<br />

The fi eld also features a press box, concession<br />

<strong>st</strong>and and tiered-seating for spectators.<br />

SOCCER FIELD<br />

St. Edward’s unveiled a new soccer fi eld for<br />

men’s and women’s soccer in 2004. A half-mile<br />

walking/running track encircles the new fi eld.<br />

ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

BROTHER EMMETT STROHMEYER VARSITY COURTS<br />

SOCCER FIELD<br />

LUCIAN-HAMILTON FIELD<br />

BROTHER EMMETT STROHMEYER<br />

TENNIS COURTS<br />

Built in the late 1960s, the tennis courts are<br />

named in honor of Brother Emmett Strohmeyer,<br />

CSC, a legendary tennis coach at St.<br />

Edward’s who amassed 25 consecutive conference<br />

championships. Five tennis courts<br />

provide a playing area for both the men’s<br />

and women’s tennis teams.<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

CHEERLEADING<br />

Jennifer Allen<br />

Sophomore<br />

San Antonio<br />

Madison HS<br />

Brienne Lloyd<br />

Freshman<br />

Bedford<br />

Trinity HS<br />

Angie Caballero<br />

Sophomore<br />

Los Fresnos<br />

Los Fresnos HS<br />

Mandi Molinar<br />

Junior<br />

Eagle Pass<br />

Eagle Pass HS<br />

Erin Conant<br />

Junior<br />

Hou<strong>st</strong>on<br />

St. Pius X HS<br />

Carli Terry<br />

Senior<br />

Wylie<br />

Wylie HS<br />

Jenni Farmer<br />

Senior<br />

Dripping Springs<br />

Dripping Springs HS<br />

Ann Mary Carney<br />

Coach<br />

Beth Jackson<br />

Freshman<br />

Dripping Springs<br />

Dripping Springs HS<br />

Brittany Jackson<br />

Junior<br />

Round Rock<br />

Round Rock HS<br />

Ann Mary Carney enters her second year of<br />

coaching the St. Edward’s University cheerleaders<br />

and has been a part of the St. Edward’s<br />

community for nine years as an adjunct faculty<br />

member teaching dance courses. As a coach<br />

she <strong>st</strong>rives to in<strong>st</strong>ill the values of commitment<br />

and responsibility in a positive environment.<br />

Ms. Carney earned a BS in Dance Education<br />

at Texas State University. She also holds an<br />

MFA from Mills College in Performance and<br />

Choreography. As head coach, Carney brings<br />

her skills as a teacher, performer, former cheerleader<br />

and gymna<strong>st</strong> along with her ae<strong>st</strong>hetic<br />

sensitivity to the St. Edward’s Cheer program.


Top of Their Game in the Community<br />

St. Edward’s University <strong>st</strong>rives to develop the total <strong>st</strong>udent-athlete. Our coaches<br />

and faculty promote excellence in teaching and learning in an environment that<br />

encompasses the campus classroom, <strong>st</strong>udent life programs and the broader<br />

community. Students learn to clarify their personal values and recognize their<br />

responsibility to the world community.<br />

Hilltopper athletes serve their community through a wide range of service projects, such as<br />

National Student Athlete Day. They emcee annual events like the Faculty-Freshmen Softball<br />

Game and support one another and <strong>university</strong> <strong>athletics</strong> through programs like the Student-<br />

Athlete Advisory Committee and Fellowship of Chri<strong>st</strong>ian Athletes.<br />

Events that bring Hilltoppers together with the community:<br />

COPPERFIELD ELEMENTARY MATH NIGHT<br />

Every year at Super Bowl time, Hilltopper athletes join <strong>st</strong>udents from Copperfi eld<br />

Elementary for a night of math and mentoring. The annual event brings together parents,<br />

<strong>st</strong>udents and more than 70 <strong>st</strong>udent-athletes for games and activities that allow the youths<br />

to show off their math skills and discover new ones.<br />

TAKE A KID TO THE GAME<br />

St Edward’s is part of the annual NCAA-sponsored “Take a Kid to the Game” night, which<br />

allows kids from the community to attend men’s and women’s basketball games.<br />

MAKE-A-WISH FOUNDATION<br />

As part of a national NCAA Division II initiative, St. Edward’s University worked with Heartland<br />

Conference SAAC organizations to raise $400 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.<br />

CAPITOL 10K<br />

In 2007, the St. Edward’s University women’s soccer team raised over $2,000 for the fi ght<br />

again<strong>st</strong> brea<strong>st</strong> cancer in the Statesman Capitol 10K. “Our team is always looking for community<br />

service projects,” said Head Coach Nick Cowell. “When we can combine fi tness<br />

with raising money for a good cause, it is a no-brainer. It’s great that we were able to help<br />

out such an important cause.”<br />

WEST AUSTIN YOUTH ASSOCIATION<br />

The St. Edward’s University volleyball team<br />

ho<strong>st</strong>ed volleyball clinics at the We<strong>st</strong> Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

Youth Association. The team worked with<br />

girls from third to seventh grade, teaching<br />

them basic volleyball skills and also giving<br />

the girls a chance to interact with a college<br />

volleyball team.<br />

ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

St. Edward’s University Hall of Fame<br />

Anyone can nominate a person to the Hall of Fame. Eligibility for Hall of Fame members is defi ned by certain criteria, which include being out<br />

of school for at lea<strong>st</strong> fi ve years (or deceased); receiving national recognition as an athlete, coach or admini<strong>st</strong>rator; being of good character and<br />

reputation; and having no <strong>st</strong>ronger connection with another <strong>university</strong>.<br />

1987<br />

Bob Beck, men’s basketball<br />

Joe Beck, men’s basketball<br />

Bro. Lucian Blersch, admini<strong>st</strong>ration<br />

Toney Burger, baseball<br />

Joseph Byrne, baseball<br />

Billy Disch, baseball<br />

Zembra Everett, men’s basketball<br />

Frankie Farley, baseball/football/men’s basketball<br />

Tom Hamilton, baseball<br />

Lou Hertenberger, football<br />

Brother Edmond Hunt, service<br />

Harold Jansing, baseball/football/men’s basketball<br />

Bob Lucash, men’s basketball<br />

Roger Metzger, baseball<br />

Ed Norris, coach<br />

Michael Emmett O’Shaughnessy, baseball/men’s<br />

basketball<br />

Julio Rojas, tennis<br />

Bro. Emmett Strohmeyer, coach<br />

Sabas Zapata, track & fi eld<br />

1989<br />

Jack Chevigny, coach<br />

Diane Daniels, coach<br />

Marvin Durrenberger, football/men’s basketball<br />

Dan Dwyer, tennis<br />

Dave Eck<strong>st</strong>ein, men’s basketball<br />

Ed Fleming, coach<br />

Bob Hilliard, tennis<br />

Kathryn Hopkins, volleyball/women’s basketball<br />

John Kleinow, baseball<br />

John Lucas, track<br />

Jack Meagher, football<br />

Ed Neu, baseball/men’s basketball<br />

T.J. O’Connor, football/men’s basketball<br />

Jim O’Keefe, men’s basketball<br />

Burke O’Rourke, baseball<br />

Vince Richbourg, baseball/men’s basketball<br />

Al Vogt, football<br />

Edward Woeber, football/men’s basketball<br />

CLASS OF 2006<br />

L-R: Athletic Director Debbie Taylor,<br />

Karl Jauhiainen, Aaron Farris-Seafous,<br />

President George E. Martin, Julie<br />

Burleson-Grant,<br />

Kevin Karo.<br />

1991<br />

Mike Camfi eld, men’s basketball<br />

Julieanne De Ybarrondo, volleyball<br />

Steve Dunlap, golf<br />

Bro. William Dunn, service<br />

James Ellison, baseball<br />

Bro. Walter Foken, admini<strong>st</strong>ration<br />

Paul McDermott, men’s basketball<br />

Clare McFadden, tennis<br />

Kevin Mullins, tennis<br />

Mike Otolski, baseball/men’s basketball<br />

Al Popp, men’s basketball<br />

Charlie Popp, men’s basketball<br />

Ted Popp, men’s basketball<br />

1993<br />

DeNell Davis, women’s basketball<br />

Ginny Green, volleyball/women’s basketball<br />

Kelly Latz, baseball<br />

Richard Poppe, tennis<br />

Henry Thames, baseball<br />

John Wells, men’s basketball<br />

1995<br />

Ron Bella, men’s basketball<br />

Elmo Bransby, service<br />

Julie Chauvin, cross country/softball/volleyball/women’s<br />

basketball<br />

Joe DeVaney, football<br />

Lisa Hudson, women’s basketball<br />

Rick Lindell, baseball<br />

1997<br />

Jay Lee Hobbs, men’s basketball<br />

Melanie Hudkins, volleyball<br />

Ian Lipski, soccer<br />

Tina Tindell, softball<br />

Greg Trlicek, baseball<br />

1999<br />

Nace Formagus, football<br />

Dr. Glenn Hinkle, service<br />

Paula Jasek, softball/women’s basketball<br />

Taj McWilliams, women’s basketball<br />

Dairan Talley, soccer<br />

2002<br />

Heather Arnold-Stoner, volleyball<br />

Kellie Bilski-Geraci, softball<br />

Rhonda Darling, women’s basketball<br />

Myron Gilmore, baseball<br />

Gabriel Jones, soccer<br />

Kirk Wagner, soccer<br />

Heather Young-Forshay, soccer<br />

2004<br />

Susie Bayer, volleyball<br />

Joe Kucera, tennis<br />

Casey Lucas, tennis<br />

Jimmy Wheeler, men’s basketball<br />

2006<br />

Julie Burleson-Grant, volleyball<br />

Aaron Farris-Seafous, women’s basketball<br />

Karl Jauhiainen, tennis<br />

Kevin Karo, baseball<br />

Jimmy Wheeler, men’s basketball


The Heartland<br />

Conference<br />

is an NCAA<br />

Division II<br />

conference,<br />

founded in 1999,<br />

that currently<br />

consi<strong>st</strong>s of nine<br />

schools, six from Texas<br />

and one each from Missouri, Kansas and<br />

Oklahoma. The schools the Heartland<br />

Conference comprises <strong>st</strong>retch from as far<br />

north and ea<strong>st</strong> as Jefferson City, Missouri,<br />

as far south as Laredo, Texas, and as far<br />

we<strong>st</strong> as Odessa, Texas. These schools<br />

include founding members St. Edward’s<br />

University (Au<strong>st</strong>in, Texas), University of the<br />

Incarnate Word (San Antonio, Texas) St.<br />

Mary’s University (San Antonio, Texas), and<br />

Lincoln University (Jefferson City, Missouri),<br />

and expansion members Dallas Bapti<strong>st</strong><br />

University (Dallas, Texas) in 2002 and<br />

again in 2004, Panhandle State University<br />

(Goodwell, Oklahoma) in 2002, UT–Permian<br />

Basin (Odessa, Texas) in 2006, Texas A&M–<br />

International (Laredo, Texas) in 2006, and<br />

Newman University (Wichita, Kansas)<br />

in 2006.<br />

The universities in the Heartland Conference<br />

offer a wide range of undergraduate,<br />

graduate and professional programs. Some<br />

of the academic programs sponsored by<br />

member in<strong>st</strong>itutions are among the very<br />

be<strong>st</strong> in the nation, including the Business<br />

Admini<strong>st</strong>ration program at the University of<br />

the Incarnate Word, the Nursing program at<br />

Lincoln University, the Pre-Medicine program<br />

at St. Edwards University, the International<br />

Relations and Pre-Medicine programs at<br />

St. Mary’s University, and the Agriculture<br />

and Elementary Education programs at<br />

Panhandle State University.<br />

Among the many accomplishments of these<br />

in<strong>st</strong>itutions are national championships in<br />

baseball, golf, swimming, basketball and<br />

softball and national rankings in all sports.<br />

The <strong>st</strong>rength of the <strong>st</strong>udent-athlete concept<br />

is well-supported by the many NCAA<br />

scholar-athletes in each school, the high<br />

cumulative GPA of the <strong>st</strong>udent-athletes in<br />

each school and the high number of <strong>st</strong>udentathletes<br />

who graduate from each in<strong>st</strong>itution<br />

in the Heartland.<br />

The Heartland Conference is the newe<strong>st</strong><br />

of the NCAA Division II conferences. At<br />

the present time, there are 24 conferences<br />

in NCAA Division II, totaling almo<strong>st</strong> 300<br />

in<strong>st</strong>itutions in full or provisional <strong>st</strong>atus across<br />

the nation.<br />

ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS<br />

DALLAS BAPTIST<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dallas<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1898<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,714<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patriots<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Navy, Red and White<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gray Cook, DMin<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan Erwin<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.dbu.edu/<strong>athletics</strong><br />

INCARNATE WORD<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .San Antonio<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1881<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,300<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cardinals<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red, Black and White<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louis J. Agnese, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Papich<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.uiw.edu/athletic<br />

LINCOLN<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jefferson City, Mo.<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1866<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,600<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue Tigers<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Navy and White<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carolyn R. Mahoney, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Abney<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.lincolnu.edu/<strong>athletics</strong><br />

NEWMAN UNIVERSITY<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wichita, Kan.<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1933<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,200<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jets<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Crimson and Blue<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vacant<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Ulwelling<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.newmanu.edu/<strong>athletics</strong><br />

OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Goodwell, Okla.<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1909<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,300<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Aggies<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red, White and Blue<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .David A. Bryant, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Olson<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . www.opsu.edu/<strong>athletics</strong>/<strong>athletics</strong>.htm<br />

St. Edward’s University at a glance<br />

■ Tuition: $20,400<br />

■ Room and board: $5,430 to $7,674<br />

■ Undergraduate Students: 3,282<br />

■ 59% Female, 41% Male<br />

ST. EDWARD’S<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1885<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,224<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hilltoppers<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Navy and Gold<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .George E. Martin, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Debbie Taylor<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu/sports<br />

ST. MARY’S<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .San Antonio<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1852<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,500<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rattlers<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue and Gold<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charles Cotrell, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charlie Migl<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.<strong>st</strong>marytx.edu/<strong>athletics</strong><br />

TEXAS A&M INTERNATIONAL<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Laredo<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1969<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,917<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Du<strong>st</strong> Devils<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maroon and Metallic Silver<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ray Keck, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rafael Romo<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.tamiu.edu/<strong>athletics</strong><br />

UT–PERMIAN BASIN<br />

Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Odessa<br />

Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1969<br />

Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,500<br />

Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Falcons<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Orange and Black<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Watts, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Steve Aicinena<br />

Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.utpb.edu<br />

■ Diversity: 31% Hispanic, 3% African American, 3% Asian/Pacifi c Islander and 3% International;<br />

38 <strong>st</strong>ates and 37 countries represented<br />

Application Deadlines:<br />

■ Priority Decision: Feb. 1 (for scholarship consideration and the be<strong>st</strong> fi nancial<br />

assi<strong>st</strong>ance packages)<br />

■ Regular Decision: May 1<br />

■ Spring Application Deadline: Nov. 15<br />

■ Nonrefundable Deposit Deadline: May 1 (or two weeks after notifi cation of admission if you are<br />

accepted later than May 1)<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY<br />

A nationally recognized <strong>university</strong>,<br />

St. Edward’s offers a close-knit academic<br />

community with small classes and<br />

personalized attention. For more than a<br />

century, the <strong>university</strong> has provided highereducation<br />

opportunities to <strong>st</strong>udents of<br />

all ages and of varied cultural, religious,<br />

educational and economic backgrounds.<br />

In 2000, the <strong>university</strong> adopted a vision to<br />

become recognized as one of the be<strong>st</strong> small<br />

universities accredited in the United States.<br />

We’ve made signifi cant progress toward this<br />

goal, including being ranked among the top<br />

25 ma<strong>st</strong>er’s-granting universities in the<br />

We<strong>st</strong> in U.S. News & World Report for fi ve<br />

years running.<br />

The <strong>university</strong> has received many other<br />

commendations, including national<br />

recognition from Hispanic Outlook in Higher<br />

Education magazine as one of the “Top 100<br />

Schools Graduating Hispanics”; inclusion<br />

in Colleges with a Conscience; and high<br />

marks in the National Survey of Student Engagement, where <strong>st</strong>udents’ opinions of St. Edward’s<br />

exceeded the national average in all categories.<br />

St. Edward’s is celebrated for anticipating and responding to our changing world with innovation.<br />

Working alongside our dedicated faculty, <strong>st</strong>udents are prepared to unleash their potential as they<br />

build a foundation for lifelong learning, achievement, and personal satisfaction in career and<br />

community life.<br />

CONGREGATION OF HOLY CROSS<br />

Think critically, act ethically, appreciate diversity, <strong>st</strong>rive for social ju<strong>st</strong>ice and serve the community:<br />

These are the values of the Congregation of Holy Cross, which founded St. Edward’s more than<br />

a century ago. The tenets continue to drive the <strong>university</strong>’s mission today and transform our<br />

<strong>st</strong>udents into global citizens ready for the challenges of our complex world.<br />

Quick facts<br />

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Au<strong>st</strong>in, Texas<br />

City Population . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 709,893<br />

University Founding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1885<br />

Total Enrollment (Undergraduate) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,224 (3,282)<br />

Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hilltoppers<br />

Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Navy Blue and Metallic Gold<br />

Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heartland<br />

Division. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA II<br />

President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George E. Martin, PhD<br />

Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Debbie Taylor, MEd<br />

Associate Athletic Director/Compliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Abel, JD<br />

Associate Athletic Director/Facilities and Event Management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nikki Cockrell<br />

Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Athletic Director/Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer White<br />

Faculty Athletic Representative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .J. Frank Smith, PhD<br />

Admini<strong>st</strong>rative Assi<strong>st</strong>ant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marilyn Wilke<br />

Head Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Melinda Terry<br />

Sports Information Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Logan Lawrence<br />

Sports Information Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 512-464-8810<br />

Sports Information Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 512-428-1001<br />

Web Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.<strong>st</strong>edwards.edu/sports<br />

5<br />

St. Edward’s exceeded the national<br />

average in all fi ve benchmark areas<br />

of the National Survey of Student<br />

Engagement: level of academic challenge,<br />

active and collaborative learning, <strong>st</strong>udent<br />

interactions with faculty, enriching<br />

educational experiences, and supportive<br />

campus environment.<br />

9<br />

St. Edward’s won nine out<br />

of 13 Heartland Conference<br />

championships for the 2006–2007<br />

<strong>athletics</strong> season.<br />

14<br />

With a growing campus of<br />

more than 5,220 <strong>st</strong>udents,<br />

St. Edward’s maintains a low<br />

<strong>st</strong>udent-to-faculty ratio of 14:1 in the<br />

traditional undergraduate college.<br />

25<br />

St.<br />

granting in<strong>st</strong>itutions in the<br />

Edward’s has been named<br />

among the top 25 ma<strong>st</strong>er’s-<br />

we<strong>st</strong>ern region by U.S. News & World<br />

Report for fi ve consecutive years.<br />

100%<br />

St.<br />

on buildings<br />

Edward’s<br />

puts a priority<br />

and technology that enhance learning.<br />

In fact, 100 percent of our classrooms<br />

have advanced computer and multimedia<br />

technology.


George E. Martin, PhD<br />

President<br />

Since becoming the 23rd president of St. Edward’s University on July 1, 1999, George E. Martin, PhD, has led the<br />

<strong>university</strong>’s collaborative effort to attain national recognition as one of the be<strong>st</strong> small universities in the country. That effort<br />

has already achieved results. U.S. News & World Report has ranked St. Edward’s among the top 25 ma<strong>st</strong>er’s-granting<br />

universities in the We<strong>st</strong> for the pa<strong>st</strong> fi ve years — recognition be<strong>st</strong>owed on only three other in<strong>st</strong>itutions in Texas.<br />

In the early days of his presidency, Martin introduced a vision and a set of seven <strong>st</strong>rategic priorities focusing on <strong>st</strong>udent<br />

enrollment, faculty recruitment and retention, curricular and co-curricular programs, new facilities, technology development,<br />

fundraising, and marketing. These <strong>st</strong>rategic priorities, combined with an ambitious ma<strong>st</strong>er plan, defi ne the future direction<br />

of the <strong>university</strong>.<br />

Progress toward these goals has been tremendous. Traditional undergraduate enrollment has grown by 60 percent since 1999 while maintaining<br />

a low <strong>st</strong>udent-faculty ratio. The <strong>university</strong>’s exceptional faculty has increased by 47 percent. New facilities, such as Tru<strong>st</strong>ee Hall and the 65,000square-foot<br />

John Brooks Williams Natural Sciences Center–North Building, have elevated learning with the late<strong>st</strong> in<strong>st</strong>ructional technology. Two<br />

new residence halls — Basil Moreau Hall and Jacques Dujarié Hall — have changed the heart of campus with feature-rich <strong>st</strong>udent living.<br />

As the campus evolves to meet the needs of a growing <strong>st</strong>udent body, President Martin is committed to ensuring the <strong>university</strong> <strong>st</strong>ays true to its Holy<br />

Cross mission: to deliver a personalized, transformative educational experience in a diverse and supportive community.<br />

Martin says the role of president is not one of power but of possibility. He leads by li<strong>st</strong>ening, thinking, sharing energy and ideas, and encouraging<br />

creativity within the culture of the in<strong>st</strong>itution.<br />

Born: Jan. 10, 1944, Brooklyn, N.Y.<br />

Education: Bachelor’s degree from St. John’s University; ma<strong>st</strong>er’s and doctoral degrees from Fordham University<br />

Involvements: President Martin volunteers his time at a number of important civic and arti<strong>st</strong>ic organizations, including the Library Advisory<br />

Board and the boards of the United Way Capital Area and Ballet Au<strong>st</strong>in. He is also a board member for the Council of Independent Colleges, the<br />

Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas, the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, the Texas Independent College Fund, and<br />

Saint Mary’s College. A member of the Texas Campus Compact, Martin has served as conference president for the NCAA Division II Heartland<br />

Conference.<br />

Career highlights: Martin entered faculty service in 1969 as a member of the St. Peter’s College Political Science department and became<br />

chairman in 1976. In 1985, he was named academic dean of St. Peter’s College and served in that role until 1991, when he became academic<br />

vice president. He was inaugurated as president of St. Edward’s University in October 1999.<br />

Sandra Pacheco, PhD<br />

Vice President of Student Affairs<br />

Sandra Pacheco is a native Texan born and raised in Hou<strong>st</strong>on. She received an undergraduate degree from the University<br />

of Hou<strong>st</strong>on, an MS in Psychology from Oklahoma State University and a PhD in Counseling Psychology from UT–Au<strong>st</strong>in.<br />

Pacheco came to St. Edward’s University in May 1981 as a psychological counselor. She was director of the counseling<br />

center from 1982 to 1989, until she became a dean for <strong>st</strong>udent development. In 1993 she was promoted to associate vice<br />

president. Presently, she is vice president of Student Affairs.<br />

In 2004, Pacheco was selected to participate in the Kellogg Minority-Serving In<strong>st</strong>itutions Leadership Fellows Program by<br />

the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. The program is designed to increase the number of Hispanic seniorlevel<br />

leaders at Hispanic-serving in<strong>st</strong>itutions. Pacheco was one of 10 fellows selected by HACU.<br />

J. Frank Smith, PhD<br />

Faculty Athletic Representative<br />

ST. EDWARD’S UNIVERSITY<br />

J. Frank Smith is the associate dean for the School of Education. He is the chair of the Kinesiology program and an<br />

associate professor of Kinesiology. He has been on the faculty of St. Edward’s University since 1989, serving as the dean of<br />

the School of Education from 1990 to 2001 and as the interim dean in 2004–2005.<br />

Smith earned a PhD in 1988 from Texas A&M University in Health and Kinesiology. His professional intere<strong>st</strong>s include<br />

anatomical kinesiology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, sports medicine and the psychology of coaching.<br />

A lifelong Texan, Smith has taught and coached in both public and private schools in Longview, Dallas and College Station.<br />

Immediately prior to his arrival at St. Edward’s, he was coordinator of physical education for Bryan ISD.<br />

A former Southwe<strong>st</strong> Conference baseball umpire, he also is a regi<strong>st</strong>ered clinician with the National Youth Sports Coaches Association and has<br />

served as baseball commissioner and umpire-in-chief for the Oak Hill Youth Sports Association.<br />

His wife, Susan, is a fourth-grade teacher at Casey Elementary in Au<strong>st</strong>in ISD. Their son, Dallas, is a <strong>st</strong>udent at Texas A&M University, majoring in<br />

Animal Science.<br />

One of his favorite quotations is from George Bernard Shaw: “We don’t <strong>st</strong>op playing because we grow old; we grow old because we <strong>st</strong>op playing.”<br />

2007 SEASON PREVIEW<br />

MEET THE TEAM<br />

2006 SEASON RECAP<br />

HISTORY & RECORDS<br />

ATHLETIC DEPT<br />

THE UNIVERSITY<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW MEET THE TEAM 2006 SEASON RECAP HISTORY & RECORDS ATHLETIC DEPT THE UNIVERSITY THIS IS AUSTIN 32<br />

THIS IS AUSTIN<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in: Life in the Capital City<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in is down-home but sophi<strong>st</strong>icated. Laid back but bu<strong>st</strong>ling with energy. Rich in tradition and<br />

eclectic. With its natural beauty, vibrant nightlife, big business and casual atmosphere, Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

regularly makes the grade as one of the country’s be<strong>st</strong> places to live.<br />

Natural Wonder<br />

Home to 160 parks and lakes, Au<strong>st</strong>in is full of natural beauty. Zilker Park, ju<strong>st</strong><br />

10 minutes from campus, includes 349 acres along the shores of Lady Bird Lake<br />

and offers the Zilker Botanical Garden, a hike-and-bike trail, picnic areas, an outdoor theater<br />

and canoe rentals. Neighboring Barton Springs, Au<strong>st</strong>in’s three-acre natural swimming pool, is a<br />

town favorite on hot summer days with its con<strong>st</strong>ant 68-degree waters.<br />

Live Music Capital of the World<br />

Music is at the heart of Au<strong>st</strong>in culture. From country to blues, rock to hip-hop, Au<strong>st</strong>inites fi nd<br />

a sound to suit every ta<strong>st</strong>e in the more than 100 live music venues around town. The city also<br />

ho<strong>st</strong>s the South by Southwe<strong>st</strong> Music Fe<strong>st</strong>ival, a massive indu<strong>st</strong>ry event that gathers more than<br />

1,000 fresh new bands from around the world.<br />

On the Rise<br />

Forbes magazine recently rated Au<strong>st</strong>in among the be<strong>st</strong> places to do business and advance<br />

your career. A recognized high-tech hub, the “Silicon Valley of Texas” has hundreds of<br />

semiconductor, computer and software companies. Other indu<strong>st</strong>ries, such as fi lm, multimedia<br />

and music are also booming. Au<strong>st</strong>in ranked No. 1 in MovieMaker magazine’s 2004 li<strong>st</strong> of Top 10<br />

Cities for Moviemakers — and productions ranging from A Scanner Darkly to the Friday Night<br />

Lights TV show have been shot here.<br />

3 Au<strong>st</strong>in has been named the thirdbe<strong>st</strong><br />

place to live in the United<br />

States, the nation’s be<strong>st</strong>-read<br />

and mo<strong>st</strong> computer-literate city,<br />

and the mo<strong>st</strong> fi t city in America.<br />

It’s the combination of Texas<br />

charm and big-city sophi<strong>st</strong>ication<br />

that led Fortune magazine to<br />

proclaim, “Au<strong>st</strong>in is what many a<br />

United States city longs to be … It<br />

has <strong>st</strong>yle.”<br />

1 in 8 Au<strong>st</strong>in is the capital<br />

of Texas and the sixteenth-large<strong>st</strong><br />

city in the United States. Of the<br />

more than 650,000 residents, one<br />

in eight is a college <strong>st</strong>udent.<br />

69° Au<strong>st</strong>in enjoys a temperate<br />

climate with 300 days of sunshine,<br />

mild winters and an average<br />

annual temperature of 69 degrees.<br />

309 Standing a <strong>st</strong>ately 309<br />

feet, Au<strong>st</strong>in’s Capitol building was<br />

con<strong>st</strong>ructed in 1888 of Texas<br />

pink granite.<br />

1.5 million<br />

Au<strong>st</strong>in loves bats — 1.5 million of<br />

them to be exact. The de<strong>st</strong>ination<br />

city for the large<strong>st</strong> urban bat<br />

colony in North America from<br />

March to November, Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

shows its bat pride with landmark<br />

sculptures and regular gatherings<br />

on the Ann W. Richards Congress<br />

Avenue Bridge to catch the bats’<br />

sunset fl ight.


2007–2008 Hilltopper Basketball<br />

Back Row (L-R): Charron Sumler, Jackie Saathoff, Erika Rowland, Sara Head, Leah Starr, Alesheia White. Middle Row (L-R): Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Coach J.J. Riehl, Sophia Holguin, Tammy Bartosh, Becca Nagel,<br />

Nicole Etheridge, Head Coach Jennifer White. Front Row (L-R): Volunteer Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Jim Stern, Kelli Payton, Whitney Regian, Alana Lara, Hayley Tidwell, Graduate Assi<strong>st</strong>ant Jennifer Knight.


2007–2008 Hilltopper Women’s Basketball Schedule<br />

Date Day Opponent Location Time<br />

November<br />

16 F 1-Missouri Southern State HOME 5:30 p.m.<br />

17 SA Abilene Chri<strong>st</strong>ian HOME 5:30 p.m.<br />

20 TU Angelo State HOME 6 p.m.<br />

23 F 2-v.CSU–Pueblo Denver, Colo. 1 p.m.<br />

24 SA 2-at Metro State Denver, Colo. 3 p.m.<br />

27 TU Tarleton State HOME 7 p.m.<br />

December<br />

1 SA at Missouri Southern State Joplin, Mo. 6 p.m.<br />

4 TU at SE Oklahoma State Durant, Okla. 6 p.m.<br />

15 SA at Ea<strong>st</strong> Central Ada, Okla. 2 p.m.<br />

19 W W. Grand Valley State Nassau, Bahamas 3 p.m.<br />

20 TH v. Belmont–Abbey/ Valdo<strong>st</strong>a State Nassau, Bahamas TBA<br />

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January<br />

M at Midwe<strong>st</strong>ern State Wichita Falls 6 p.m.<br />

7 M at Angelo State San Angelo 7 p.m.<br />

10 TH Newman* HOME 6 p.m.<br />

12 SA Lincoln* HOME 2 p.m.<br />

17 TH St. Mary’s* HOME 6 p.m.<br />

24 TH at Incarnate Word* San Antonio 6 p.m.<br />

26 SA at TAMU–International* Laredo 5:30 p.m.<br />

31 TH Panhandle State* HOME 6 p.m.<br />

February<br />

2 SA UT–Permian Basin* HOME 6 p.m.<br />

9 SA at St. Mary’s* San Antonio 5:30 p.m.<br />

14 TH at UT–Permian Basin* Odessa 6 p.m.<br />

16 SA at Panhandle State* Goodwell, Okla. 6 p.m.<br />

23 SA Texas A&M–International* HOME 5 p.m.<br />

25 M Incarnate Word* HOME 6 p.m.<br />

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March<br />

TH at Lincoln* Jeff erson City, Mo. 5:30 p.m.<br />

1 SA at Newman* Wichita, Kan. 5:30 p.m.<br />

7-8 F–SA 4-Heartland Conference Tournament Denton TBA<br />

14-17 F–M 5-NCAA South Central Regional TBA TBA<br />

26-29 W–SA 6-NCAA Elite Eight Kearney, Neb. TBA<br />

1–St. Edward’s University Shootout, Au<strong>st</strong>in<br />

2–Metro State Th anksgiving Classic, Denver, Colo.<br />

3–Bahamas Sunshine Shootout, Nassau, Bahamas<br />

* Heartland Conference game • Home matches in BOLD • All times Central Standard Time and subject to change

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