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2 MEDIA GUIDE PRODUCER Michael Teague NJCAA Assistant Director of Media Relations MEDIA GUIDE EDITOR Mark Krug NJCAA Assistant Executive Director - Media Relations Special thanks to all of the athletic departments and region/district directors for their valued assistance and cooperation in producing this publication. Photos courtesy of Labette Community College, Gillette College, Cochise College, Eastern Arizona College, Connors State College, Vincennes University, ASA College, Monroe Community College, North Dakota State College of Science, Midland College, Barton Community College, Volunteer State Community College, Motlow State Community College, Walters State Community College, Tallahassee Community College, Northwest College, Darton State College, Iowa Western Community College, Angelina College, Max Iselin Photography, Colorado Northwestern Community College, Snow College, North Idaho College, Shelton State Community College, Northwest Mississippi Community College, Rend Lake College, Southwestern Illinois College, Olney Central College, Tyler Junior College, Central Arizona College, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Utah State - College of Eastern Utah, Albany Technical College, Hillsborough Community College, Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa, Denmark Technical College and Hill College. TABLE OF CONTENTS National Office Information... 3 NJCAA 75th Anniversary SEASON INFORMATION DI Women s Basketball Information... 6 DI National Championship Information Preseason Top 25 Rankings DISTRICT PREVIEWS District A (Region 1) District B (Region 2) District C (Regions 3, 12, 15, 20) District D (Regions 4, 13) District E (Region 5) District F (Region 6) District G (Region 7) District H (Region 8) District I (Region 9) District J (Regions 10, 17) District K (Regions 11, 16) District L (Region 14) District M (Region 18) District N (Region 22) District O (Region 23) District P (Region 24) SEASON REVIEW Region/District Tournament Results DI National Championship Results All-Americans Statistical Champions Student-Athlete Academic Award Winners DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL HISTORY All-Time National Champions The NJCAA in the WNBA Hall of Fame NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

3 NJCAA NATIONAL OFFICE 1631 Mesa Ave. Suite B Colorado Springs, CO (719) MARY ELLEN LEICHT NJCAA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR In 2009, Mary Ellen Leicht became the first female chief executive of any national intercollegiate athletic organization in the United States when she was named Executive Director of the NJCAA. Leicht has been a cornerstone of the NJCAA since joining the organization in 1989 as Eligibility Administrator. Championing improvements in equity of sports seasons, scholarships and contests, Leicht has provided the NJCAA with a level playing field for all its member institutions and student-athletes. Leicht continues to utilize a proactive approach that has maintained the NJCAA s status as the undisputed leader of two-year collegiate athletics. Mark Krug Brian Beck Stephanie Hazzard Assistant Execu ve Director Media Rela ons Assistant Execu ve Director Compliance Director Championship Events Michael Teague Wanda Bodey Rob Bushway Assistant Director Media Rela ons Assistant Director Compliance Director Informa on Technologies Lorna Brizzie Sarah Hoormann Dee Dubois Bookkeeper Membership Services Compliance Assistant Administra ve Assistant NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE 3

4 NJCAA 75TH ANNIVERSARY In May of 1938, representa ves from area ins tu ons of higher learning gathered in Fresno, Calif., to form a unique collegiate athle c organiza on dedicated to America s community and junior colleges. The mee ng led to the adop on of a cons tu on and representa ves in a endance formally announced the new organiza on as the Na onal Junior College Athle c Associa on (NJCAA). Seventy five years a er its inaugural season ( ), the NJCAA is now the second largest na onal intercollegiate athle c governing body in the United States with over 500 member colleges in 43 states. Recognized as the leader in two year collegiate athle cs, the NJCAA champions both athle c and academic opportuni es for student athletes in concert with its member colleges. To commemorate its 75th Anniversary, the NJCAA will launch a year long campaign to celebrate the milestones, student athletes, coaches, and administrators that have helped shape the organiza on and advance two year collegiate athle cs over the past eight decades. Throughout the academic year, the NJCAA will celebrate its 75th Anniversary through various outlets, including a special sec on of the NJCAA website: NJCAA.org/75. Tradi onal press releases will be distributed to member colleges as well as regional and na onal media during the sports season and special 75th Anniversary content will be produced for the organiza on s monthly publica on NJCAA Review. NJCAA TV, powered by ihigh.com, as well as Facebook and Twi er will be used to help keep member colleges, fans and followers informed on the latest 75th Anniversary news and announcements. 38 YEARS OF NJCAA WOMEN S BASKETBALL In 1975, the NJCAA s inaugural Na onal Women s Basketball Invita onal Tournament became the first collegiate basketball championship held for women by a co ed collegiate organiza on. Just one year later, the tournament evolved into a na onal championship as the number of women s basketball programs grew exponen ally across the na on. Nearly 38 years later, over 400 schools from 35 states will compete for na onal championships across three divisions NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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6 DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL COMMITTEE The NJCAA Division I Women s Basketball Committee is responsible for setting policies and procedures for the approval by the NJCAA Board of Directors. This committee is made up of NJCAA Region Directors, Assistant Region Directors and the NJCAA Women s Basketball Coaches Association President. Darren Pannier Commi ee Chair State Fair CC, Mo. Toby Wynn Coaches Associa on President Seward County CC, Kan. For the season, the NJCAA will release 14 Division I Women s Basketball rankings beginning Wednesday, Nov. 14. Member colleges are required to enter weekly sta s cs and game results to the NJCAA stat system. Colleges that fail to do so will be excluded from the poll. Each NJCAA sec onal director will report the top teams in their respec ve regions to the NJCAA na onal office by Monday, 10:00 a.m. (MST). Regions failing to report by that me will not be reflected in the poll. The combined reports will then be sent out to the sec onal directors who will vote for their Top 25 teams. The na onal office will compile the votes and release the final Top 25 rankings. Joel Bate College of Southern Idaho Dan Lumpkin Cleveland State CC, Tenn. George Sanders Florida State College Marci Henry Northeastern JC, Colo. Kurt McAfee Pra CC, Kan. Shawn Silman San Jacinto North, Texas POLL DATES November 14 November 21 November 28 December 5 December 12 January 9 January 16 January 23 January 30 February 6 February 13 February 20 February 27 March DIVISION I SECTIONAL DIRECTORS DISTRICTS (REGIONS) NAME COLLEGE A & E (1, 5) Rex Parcells Hill College, Texas B & L (2, 14) Tim Drain Tyler JC, Texas C & G (3, 7, 12, 15, 20) Scott Barlow Lakeland CC, Ohio D & P (4, 13, 24) Zack Loll Wabash Valley College, Ill. Lollz.iecc.edu F & K (6, 11, 16) Darren Pannier State Fair CC, Mo. H & J (8, 10, 17) George Sanders Florida State-Jacksonville I & M (9, 18) Norma Carr Salt Lake CC, Utah N & O (4, 13, 24) Ladd Taylor Mississippi Gulf Coast CC NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

7 TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Bicentennial Center Salina, Kansas March 18-23, 2013 QUALIFYING The 2013 NJCAA DI Women s Basketball National Championship will consist of a 24- team single-elimination bracket. 16 District Champions 4 At-Large Teams 4 Zone Qualifiers ZONE QUALIFICATION Zone qualifiers will rotate through the 16 districts. 2013: Zone C (Districts E, G, K, P) SEEDING Seeding will be done by the DI Women s Basketball Committee. The Coaches Association President will participate in the seeding conference call but will be excused prior to the seeding of teams. SEEDING FORMULA 60% from Final Regular Season Poll 20% from Strength of Schedule & Conference 20% from Historic Results at National Tournament Monday, March 18 (Opening Rounds) GAME 1 #16 Seed vs. #17 Seed GAME 2 #9 Seed vs. #24 Seed GAME 3 #13 Seed vs. #20 Seed GAME 4 #12 Seed vs. #21 Seed GAME 5 #15 Seed vs. #18 Seed GAME 6 #10 Seed vs. #23 Seed Tuesday, March 19 (Opening Rounds) GAME 7 #14 Seed vs. #19 Seed GAME 8 #11 Seed vs. #22 Seed GAME 9 #1 Seed vs. 16/17 Winner GAME 10 #8 Seed vs. 9/24 Winner GAME 11 #4 Seed vs. 13/20 Winner GAME 12 #5 Seed vs. 12/21 Winner Wednesday, March 20 (Opening Rounds) GAME 13 #2 Seed vs. 15/18 Winner GAME 14 #7 Seed vs. 10/23 Winner GAME 15 #3 Seed vs. 14/19 Winner GAME 16 #6 Seed vs. 11/22 Winner Thursday, March 21 (Quarterfinals) GAME 17 Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner GAME 18 Game 11 Winner vs. Game 12 Winner GAME 19 Game 13 Winner vs. Game 14 Winner GAME 20 Game 15 Winner vs. Game 16 Winner Friday, March 22 (Semifinals) GAME 21 Game 17 Winner vs. Game 18 Winner GAME 22 Game 19 Winner vs. Game 20 Winner Saturday, March 23 (Championship & 3rd Place Game) GAME 23 Game 21 Loser vs. Game 22 Loser NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME GAME 24 Game 21 Winner vs. Game 22 Winner NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE 7

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10 NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL PRESEASON TOP 25 RANK COLLEGE RET. STARTERS (TOTAL) RECORD NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE 1 (2) 23-6 In his third season at the helm, head coach Patrick Harrington has the Raiders taking aim at their first ever na onal championship. CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE 1 (4) 31-3 Seeking another deep run at the na onal tournament, the Vaqueras have high expecta ons behind head coach Denise Cardenas. NORTH IDAHO COLLEGE 3 (4) 23-6 Three starters confidently return from last season s squad that suffered a disappoin ng loss in the Region 18 championship game. TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEXAS 0 (0) 36-0 Despite a new head coach and a completely rebuilt roster, the Cardinals are s ll thinking repeat entering their campaign. WEATHERFORD COLLEGE, TEXAS 2 (3) 25-4 Veteran head coach Bob McKinley has a talented Coyote roster that could give him his first na onal tle in his 37th season. HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 0 (4) 36-1 With a new star ng five, the Blue Dragons will rely heavily on their incoming freshmen as they try to have another 30 win season. SHELTON STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ALA. 2 (6) 33-4 The Buccaneers are high on their squad that adds seven talented freshmen to a strong base of six returning sophomores. GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE, FLA. 1 (2) 21-4 Commodores head coach Verne e Skeete enters her first season in Panama City with a chance to come out on top in District H. NORTHERN OKLAHOMA COLLEGE-ENID 2 (6) 29-4 A er averaging a double double last season, sophomore center Marisha Wallace has the Jets excited about their chances in CASPER COLLEGE, WYO. 4 (5) 30-3 Boas ng one of the most experience rosters in DI, the Thunderbirds and head coach Dwight Gunnare look good coming out of District I. Rest of the Top Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-4) 12. Iowa Western CC (21-12) 13. Itawamba CC, Miss. (26-3) 14. Salt Lake CC, Utah (18-13) 15. Tyler JC, Texas (25-8) 16. Georgia Perimeter College (23-11) 17. Arizona Western College (26-5) 18. Southwestern Illinois College (28-8) 19. Independence CC, Kan. (27-6) 20. Midland College, Texas (23-8) 21. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (22-6) 22. State Fair CC, Mo. (28-12) 23. Malcolm X College, Ill. (16-17) 24. Pensacola State College, Fla. (29-5) 25. ASA College, N.Y. (22-5) Others to Watch Vincennes University, Ind. (24-7) New Mexico JC (32-5) Seward County CC, Kan. (23-8) Volunteer State CC, Tenn. (20-10) Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-6) Northeastern JC, Colo. (16-17) Paris College, Texas (24-7) College of Southern Idaho (15-16) Snow College, Utah (20-14) Darton State College, Ga. (20-8) Wallace State CC-Hanceville, Ala. (22-9) Jones County JC, Miss. (15-10) NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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12 DISTRICT A (Region 1) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 1 Arizona Western College Yuma, Ariz. 1 Central Arizona College Coolidge, Ariz. 1 Cochise College Douglas, Ariz. 1 Eastern Arizona College Thatcher, Ariz. PAST CHAMPIONS Central Arizona Central Arizona Central Arizona NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Central Arizona 2009 Central Arizona 2005 Central Arizona PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Central Arizona College (4) 2. Arizona Western College (4) 3. Cochise College (4) 4. Eastern Arizona College (4) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT A TOURNAMENT February 27 - March 1, 2013 Hosted by Highest Seed 12

13 RETURNING LEADERS Lisette Longomo Arizona Western F 15.0 ppg Johnishia Welles Cochise F 9.7 rpg Amara Wainwright Eastern Arizona G 4.3 apg Lisette Longomo Arizona Western F 2.5 spg Emilie Muanandibu Arizona Western C 2.3 bpg Amanda Wainwright Eastern Arizona G pt% Brea Edwards Central Arizona G 69.9 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Arizona Western College Emilie Muanandibu C 6' 4" 8.6 rpg bpg Arizona Western College Lisette Longomo F 6' 1" 15.0 ppg Arizona Western College Nikki Villascaz G 5' 6" 12.5 ppg Central Arizona College Brea Edwards G 5' 10" 11.2 ppg rpg Cochise College Ashley Mitchell G 5' 10" 13.3 ppg Cochise College Johnishia Welles F 6' 0" 9.7 rpg Eastern Arizona College Amara Wainwright G 5' 7" 14.5 ppg apg Eastern Arizona College Tajanna Brown G 5' 9" 8.0 rpg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Patrick Cunningham Arizona Western College 13 ( ) 13 ( ) 2. Denise Cardenas Central Arizona College 4 (124-12) 4 (124-12) 3. Ryan McAdams Eastern Arizona College 2 (23-37) 2 (23-37) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 13

14 DISTRICT B (Region 2) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 2 Arkansas Baptist College Little Rock, Ark. 2 Carl Albert State College Poteau, Okla. 2 Connors State College Warner, Okla. 2 Eastern Oklahoma State College Wilburton, Okla. 2 Murray State College Tishomingo, Okla. 2 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Miami, Okla. 2 Northern Oklahoma College-Enid Enid, Okla. PAST CHAMPIONS NE Oklahoma A&M N. Oklahoma-Enid N. Oklahoma-Enid NATIONAL CHAMPIONS N. Oklahoma-Tonkawa 1977 Seminole State Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa Tonkawa, Okla. 2 Redlands Community College El Reno, Okla. 2 Seminole State College Seminole, Okla. 2 Western Oklahoma State College Altus, Okla PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Northern Oklahoma-Enid (6) 2. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (4) 3. Seminole State College (5) 4. Murray State College (0) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT B TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2013 Oklahoma Baptist Univ. (Shawnee, Okla.) 14

15 RETURNING LEADERS Marisha Wallace N. Oklahoma-Enid C 15.2 ppg Marisha Wallace N. Oklahoma-Enid C 10.3 rpg Ashala Watson Carl Albert State G 5.4 apg Chelsea Bates N. Oklahoma-Enid G 2.6 spg Marisha Wallace N. Oklahoma-Enid C 2.1 bpg D Brown Carl Albert State G pt% Chelsea Bates N. Oklahoma-Enid G 79.4 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Carl Albert State College Ashala Watson G 5' 4" 5.4 apg Carl Albert State College D Brown G 5' 4" 10.3 ppg Connors State College Tiara Hall F 6' 0" 12.2 ppg rpg Connors State College Tonisha Dean G 5' 11" 8.7 ppg Northern Oklahoma-Enid Marisha Wallace C 6' 2" 15.2 ppg rpg bpg Seminole State College Oulaymatou Coulibaly C 6' 2" 13.0 ppg rpg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Greg Krause N. Oklahoma-Tonkawa 30 ( ) 30 ( ) 2. Rita Story-Schell Seminole State College 12 ( ) 24 ( ) 3. Jeff Tadtman Carl Albert State College 9 ( ) 16 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 15

16 DISTRICT C (Regions 3, 12, 15, 20) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 3 Monroe Community College Rochester, N.Y. 12 Vincennes University Vincennes, Ind. 15 ASA College Brooklyn, N.Y. 15 Globe Institute of Technology New York, N.Y. 20 Baltimore City Community College Baltimore, Md. 20 Harford Community College Bel Air, Md. PAST CHAMPIONS Monroe Vincennes Monroe NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Monroe PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. ASA College (3) 2. Monroe CC (2) 3. Vincennes University (2) 4. Harford CC (7) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT C TOURNAMENT March 7-9, 2013 Hosted by Region 20 Champion 16

17 RETURNING LEADERS Tiffany Taylor Harford G 19.4 ppg Bernadette Benitez Globe G 10.3 rpg Shelby Key Harford G 5.0 apg Shelby Key Harford G 4.3 spg Bernadette Benitez Globe G 2.6 bpg Zhanna Chukhrii Vincennes F pt% Shelby Key Harford G 59.7 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats ASA College Brianna Mitchell G 5' 6" 11.8 ppg rpg ASA College Sashana Bucknor F 5' 11" 7.3 rpg Baltimore City CC Shamera O'Neal G 5' 6" 8.3 ppg rpg Globe Institute of Technology Benadette Benitez G 5' 11" 10.3 rpg bpg Harford CC Kourtney Orr F 5' 11" 9.4 rpg Harford CC Shelby Key G 5' 6" 5.0 apg spg Harford CC Tiffany Taylor G 5' 5" 19.4 ppg rpg spg Monroe CC Karin Robinson G 5' 6" 11.2 ppg apg Vincennes University Zhanna Chukhrii F 5' 8" 13.9 ppg pt% TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Harry Meeks Vincennes University 21 ( ) 21 ( ) 2. Tim Parrinello Monroe CC 16 (444-64) 16 (444-64) 3. Adia Revell ASA College 3 (50-26) 3 (50-26) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 17

18 DISTRICT D (Regions 4, 13) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 4 Harry S Truman College Chicago, Ill. 4 Highland Community College - Illinois Freeport, Ill. 4 Kennedy-King College Chicago, Ill. PAST CHAMPIONS Malcolm X Malcolm X Williston State 4 Malcolm X College Chicago, Ill. 4 Richard J. Daley College Chicago, Ill. 4 Sauk Valley Community College Dixon, Ill. 13 Bismarck State College Bismarck, N.D. 13 Lake Region State College - ND Devils Lake, N.D. 13 North Dakota State College of Science Wahpeton, N.D. 13 Williston State College Williston, N.D PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Malcolm X College (2) 2. Sauk Valley CC (2) 3. Williston State College (8) 4. Highland CC (Ill.) (5) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members REGION 4 TOURNAMENT March 2-4, 2013 Highland CC (Free Port, Ill.) REGION 13 TOURNAMENT March 3-6, 2013 Games played at Higher Seeds DISTRICT D CHAMPIONSHIP March 6-9, 2013 Region 13 Champion at Region 4 Champion 18

19 RETURNING LEADERS Maggie Lorenz Williston State C 16.9 ppg Danielle Miller Kennedy-King F 10.0 rpg Tabitha Vigen Lake Region State G 4.2 apg Tabitha Vigen Lake Region State G 3.0 spg Holly Nicklaus Sauk Valley G 1.5 bpg Lydia Box Sauk Valley G pt% Keeley Schulz Highland CC G 78.3 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Highland CC - Illinois Keeley Schulz G 5' 8" 15.0 ppg Kennedy-King College Chavathian Allen F 5' 8" 12.0 ppg Kennedy-King College Danielle Miller F 5' 11" 10.0 rpg Malcolm X College Ariana Novak G 5' 10" 15.3 ppg Sauk Valley CC Lydia Box G 5' 9" 15.1 ppg rpg Williston State College Maggie Lorenz C 6' 2" 16.9 ppg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Duane Schwab Lake Region State College 23 ( ) 23 ( ) 2. Gloria M. Reeves Kennedy-King College 14 (198/184) 14 ( ) 3. Paulette Stein North Dakota SCS 9 (180-97) 9 (180-97) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 19

20 DISTRICT E (Region 5) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 5 Cisco College Cisco, Texas 5 Clarendon College Clarendon, Texas 5 Collin County Community College Plano, Texas 5 Frank Phillips College Borger, Texas 5 Hill College Hillsboro, Texas 5 Howard College Big Spring, Texas 5 McLennan Community College Waco, Texas 5 Midland College Midland, Texas 5 New Mexico Junior College Hobbs, N.M. PAST CHAMPIONS New Mexico JC *Grayson County Midland *No longer District member NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Odessa 2007 Odessa 1991 Odessa Odessa College Odessa, Texas 5 Ranger College Ranger, Texas 5 South Plains College Levelland, Texas 5 Southwestern Christian College Terrell, Texas 5 Temple College Temple, Texas 5 Weatherford College Weatherford, Texas 5 Western Texas College Snyder, Texas PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Weatherford College (3) 2. Midland College (3) 3. New Mexico JC (3) 4. Odessa College (4) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT E TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2012 Lubbock Christian Univ. (Lubbock, Texas) 20

21 RETURNING LEADERS JohVonna Darrington Weatherford F 18.5 ppg Achiri Ade Midland F 10.0 rpg Jaslyn Bradley Southwestern Christian G 5.0 apg JohVonna Darrington Weatherford F 3.1 spg Katora Criner Southwestern Christian G 1.4 bpg Jaslyn Bradley Southwestern Christian G pt% Stephanie Moore South Plains C 76.4 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Clarendon College Cory Minjarez G 5' 6" 12.5 ppg Hill College Ashley Brown G 5' 6" 11.6 ppg Midland College Achiri Ade F 6' 1" 11.7 ppg rpg Odessa College Angenay Williams F 5' 9" 12.2 ppg Southwestern Christian Alyssa Weatherd G 5' 9" 12.0 ppg rpg apg Southwestern Christian Jaslyn Bradley G 5' 7" 15.0 ppg apg spg Temple College Chanel Miller G 5' 10" 11.1 ppg Weatherford College JohVonna Darrington F 6' 0" 18.5 ppg rpg spg Western Texas College Breanna Burton G 5' 7" 10.0 ppg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Bob McKinley Weatherford College 35 ( ) 35 ( ) 2. Ron Jones Midland College 18 ( ) 20 ( ) 3. Ricky Rhodes McLennan CC 13 ( ) 13 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 21

22 DISTRICT F (Region 6) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 6 Allen County Community College Iola, Kan. 6 Barton Community College Great Bend, Kan. 6 Butler Community College - KS El Dorado, Kan. 6 Cloud County Community College Concordia, Kan. 6 Coffeyville Community College Coffeyville, Kan. 6 Colby Community College Colby, Kan. 6 Cowley County Community College Arkansas City, Kan. PAST CHAMPIONS Hutchinson Cloud County Labette NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Seward County 2002 Cloud County Dodge City Community College Dodge City, Kan. 6 Garden City Community College Garden City, Kan. 6 Hutchinson Community College Hutchinson, Kan. 6 Independence Community College Independence, Kan. 6 Labette Community College Parsons, Kan. 6 Neosho County Community College Chanute, Kan. 6 Northwest Kansas Technical College Goodland, Kan. 6 Pratt Community College Pratt, Kan. 6 Seward County Community College Liberal, Kan PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Hutchinson CC (4) 2. Independence CC (5) 3. Seward County CC (4) 4. Garden City CC (4) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT F TOURNAMENT March 2-9, 2012 Hartman Arena (Park City, Kan.) 22

23 RETURNING LEADERS Jamilah Bonner Butler G 17.0 ppg Tamara Jones Garden City F 8.6 rpg Miracle Davis Allen County G 7.1 apg Miracle Davis Allen County G 3.8 spg Tonisha Wilson Coffeyville G 3.0 bpg Anete Kirsteine Seward County G pt% Tamara Jones Garden City F 76.0 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Allen County CC Miracle Davis G 5' 10" 6.8 rpg apg spg Barton CC Blair Bloomfield G 6' 0" 9.0 ppg Butler CC - KS Jamillah Bonner G 5' 8" 17.0 ppg rpg Cloud County CC Aleesha Coulter G 5' 9" 10.3 ppg Garden City CC Tamara Jones F 6' 1" 16.0 ppg rpg Labette CC Shawnee Phillips G 5' 10" 11.1 ppg rpg Seward County CC Anete Kirsteine G 6' 0" 11.3 ppg pt% Seward County CC Ricquia Jones G 5' 1" 8.0 ppg apg spg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Brett Erkenbrack Cloud County CC 23 ( ) 23 ( ) 2. Emily Washburn Coffeyville CC 9 (206-84) 9 (206-84) 3. Toby Wynn Seward County CC 7 (187-46) 7 (187-46) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 23

24 DISTRICT G (Region 7) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 7 Chattanooga State Community College Chattanooga, Tenn. 7 Cleveland State Community College Cleveland, Tenn. 7 Columbia State Community College Columbia, Tenn. PAST CHAMPIONS Walters State Chattanooga State Walters State 7 Dyersburg State Community College Dyersburg, Tenn. 7 Jackson State Community College Jackson, Tenn. 7 Motlow State Community College Lynchburg, Tenn. 7 Roane State Community College Harriman, Tenn. 7 Southwest Tennessee Community College Memphis, Tenn. 7 Volunteer State Community College Gallatin, Tenn. 7 Walters State Community College Morristown, Tenn PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Walters State CC (2) 2. Volunteer State CC (5) 3. Chattanooga State CC (3) 4. Columbia State CC (6) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT G TOURNAMENT March 5-9, 2013 Motlow State CC (Tullahoma, Tenn.) 24

25 RETURNING LEADERS Sara Bliss Volunteer State G 10.9 ppg Caprisha Rogers Walters State G 5.5 rpg Christy Steele Jackson State G 4.3 apg Robyn Allen Cleveland State G 2.8 spg Lekera Taylor Motlow State G 2.0 bpg Sara Bliss Volunteer State G pt% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Chattanooga State CC Khamiyah Crawford G 5' 4" 8.8 ppg Cleveland State CC Chelsea Jones F 5' 8" 9.2 ppg Columbia State CC Samantha Thomas C 6' 0" 10.0 bpg Dyersburg State CC Kelsey Nowlin G 5' 8" 9.0 ppg Jackson State CC Christy Steele G 5' 7" 10.0 ppg apg Volunteer State CC Heather Vann F 6' 0" 9.8 ppg Volunteer State CC Sara Bliss G 5' 7" 10.9 ppg pt% TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Dave Kragel Walters State CC 35 ( ) 35 ( ) 2. Dan Lumpkin Cleveland State CC 15 ( ) 15 ( ) 3. Jay Price Chattanooga State CC 4 (72-28) 8 (224-90) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 25

26 DISTRICT H (Region 8) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 8 Brevard Community College Melbourne, Fla. 8 Broward College Davie, Fla. 8 Chipola College Marianna, Fla. 8 College of Central Florida Ocala, Fla. 8 Daytona State College Daytona Beach, Fla. 8 Florida State College at Jacksonville Jacksonville, Fla. 8 Gulf Coast State College Panama City, Fla. 8 Hillsborough Community College Tampa, Fla. 8 Indian River State College Ft. Pierce, Fla. PAST CHAMPIONS Pensacola State Pensacola State Gulf Coast State NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Gulf Coast State 2010 Gulf Coast State 2008 Gulf Coast State 2003 Gulf Coast State Miami Dade College Miami, Fla. 8 Northwest Florida State College Niceville, Fla. 8 Palm Beach State College Lake Worth, Fla. 8 Pensacola State College Pensacola, Fla. 8 Santa Fe College Gainesville, Fla. 8 St. Petersburg College St. Petersburg, Fla. 8 Tallahassee Community College Tallahassee, Fla PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Northwest Florida St. College (2) 2. Gulf Coast State College (2) 3. Pensacola State College (4) 4. Chipola College (3) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT H TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2013 Chipola College, (Marianna, Fla.) 26

27 RETURNING LEADERS Shaneece Stephens Brevard G 18.4 ppg Teandrea Smith Pensacola State F 11.4 rpg Sarah Williams Tallahassee G 4.2 apg Jasmin Burger Miami Dade G 3.3 spg Shalonda Hart Brevard C 4.0 bpg Olivia Atwell Brevard G pt% Teandrea Smith Pensacola State F 63.0 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Brevard CC Shaneece Stephens G 5' 9" 18.4 ppg spg College of Central Florida TiChina Mitchell F 5' 11" 13.0 ppg rpg Gulf Coast State College Tamara Taylor G 5' 8" 11.5 ppg Hillsborough CC Janai Merritt G 5' 9" 15.0 ppg Indian River State College Precious Roberts G 5' 9" 10.0 ppg Miami Dade College Jasmin Burger G 5' 8" 14.0 ppg spg Palm Beach State College La Quandra Brazil F 6' 0" 12.0 ppg rpg Pensacola State College Teandrea Smith F 6' 1" 13.3 ppg rpg Tallahassee CC Sarah Williams G 5' 5" 13.3 ppg apg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Susan Summons Miami Dade College 26 ( ) 30 ( ) 2. Kristy B. Ward Florida State-Jacksonville 1 (9-21) 17 ( ) 3. Teresa Atkinson Tallahassee CC 15 ( ) 15 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 27

28 DISTRICT I (Region 9) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 9 Casper College Casper, Wyo. 9 Central Wyoming College Riverton, Wyo. 9 Dawson Community College Glendive, Mont. 9 Eastern Wyoming College Torrington, Wyo. 9 Gillette College Gillette, Wyo. 9 Lamar Community College Lamar, Colo. 9 Little Big Horn College Crow Agency, Mont. 9 McCook Community College McCook, Neb. 9 Miles Community College Miles City, Mont. 9 Northeastern Junior College Sterling, Colo. 9 Northwest College Powell, Wyo. 9 Otero Junior College La Junta, Colo. 9 Sheridan College Sheridan, Wyo. 9 Trinidad State Junior College Trinidad, Colo. 9 Western Nebraska Community College Scottsbluff, Neb. 9 Western Wyoming Community College Rock Springs, Wyo. PAST CHAMPIONS Otero Casper Casper PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Casper College (5) 2. Northeastern JC (4) 3. Sheridan College (3) 4. Western Nebraska CC (3) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT I TOURNAMENT March 3-7, 2013 Hosted by South Division Champion 28

29 RETURNING LEADERS Acacia Big Man Little Big Horn G 17.5 ppg Kenosha Wright Gillette F 7.2 rpg Brittani Colberg Eastern Wyoming G 4.0 apg Idil Ozbayrak Western Nebraska G 3.0 spg Destiny Bragman Trinidad State C 2.3 bpg Shelby Stewart Casper G pt% Kennedy Allen Northwest C 75.2 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Casper College Shelby Stewart G 5' 9" 9.5 ppg pt% Eastern Wyoming College Brittani Colberg G 5' 6" 10.0 ppg apg Gillette College Kenosha Wright F 5' 11" 7.2 rpg bpg Little Big Horn College Acacia Big Man G 5' 7" 17.5 ppg Miles CC Ivana Grbic F 5' 11" 10.8 ppg rpg Northeastern JC Ngone Ndiaye F 6' 1" 9.5 ppg Northwest College Kennedy Allen C 6' 1" 15.1 ppg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. David Harnish Western Nebraska CC 24 ( ) 24 ( ) 2. Dwight Gunnare Casper College 4 (114-25) 10 (240-87) 3. Darrel Parker Northeastern JC 6 (151-41) 6 (151-41) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 29

30 DISTRICT J (Regions 10, 17) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 10 Clinton Junior College Rock Hill, S.C. 10 Denmark Technical College Denmark, S.C. 10 Spartanburg Methodist College Spartanburg, S.C. 10 Tri-County Technical College Pendleton, S.C. 17 Albany Technical College Albany, Ga. 17 Andrew College Cuthbert, Ga. 17 Atlanta Metropolitan College Atlanta, Ga. 17 Central Georgia Technical College Macon, Ga. 17 Chattahoochee Technical College Marietta, Ga. 17 Darton State College Albany, Ga. 17 East Georgia State College Swainsboro, Ga. 17 Georgia Highlands College Rome, Ga. 17 Georgia Perimeter College Decatur, Ga. 17 Middle Georgia College Cochran, Ga. 17 South Georgia Technical College Americus, Ga. PAST CHAMPIONS Georgia Perimeter Georgia Perimeter South Georgia Tech PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Georgia Perimeter College (1) 2. Darton State College (3) 3. Middle Georgia College (6) 4. South Georgia Tech (0) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members REGION 10 TOURNAMENT March 1-2, 2013 Clinton JC (Rock Hill, S.C.) REGION 17 TOURNAMENT March 5-8, 2013 Games played at Higher Seeds DISTRICT J TOURNAMENT March 9, 2013 Region 10 Champion at Region 17 Champion 30

31 RETURNING LEADERS Brittany Witt Middle Georgia G 20.0 ppg Jasmine Grier Central Georgia Tech G 11.3 rpg Brittany Witt Middle Georgia G 6.0 apg Brittany Witt Middle Georgia G 5.0 spg Jasmine Grier Central Georgia Tech G 4.8 bpg Brittany Witt Middle Georgia G pt% Amber Howell Central Georgia Tech F 89.0 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Central Georgia Tech College Jasmine Grier G 6' 0" 13.9 ppg rpg bpg Darton State College Chanteniece Fann F 5' 10" 9.6 ppg rpg Darton State College Michelle Mitchell G 5' 9" 17.2 ppg rpg spg Georgia Highlands College Shanique Holston F 5' 11" 14.8 ppg rpg Georgia Perimeter College Ronita Garrett F 6' 0" 9.1 ppg rpg Middle Georgia College Brittany Witt G 5' 6" 20.0 ppg apg spg Middle Georgia College J'Una Rollins C 6' 0" 11.0 rpg bpg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Anderson Ligon Middle Georgia College 7 (127-72) 12 ( ) 2. Brandan Harrell Georgia Highlands College 0 (0-0) 8 ( ) 3. Roderick Woods Clinton JC 10 ( ) 10 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 31

32 DISTRICT K (Regions 11, 16) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 11 Iowa Western Community College Council Bluffs, Iowa 11 Northeast Community College Norfolk, Neb. 16 Crowder College Neosho, Mo. 16 Jefferson College Hillsboro, Mo. 16 Mineral Area College Park Hills, Mo. 16 Moberly Area Community College Moberly, Mo. 16 State Fair Community College Sedalia, Mo. 16 Three Rivers Community College Poplar Bluff, Mo. PAST CHAMPIONS Jefferson State Fair Jefferson NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Moberly Area PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Iowa Western CC (9) 2. State Fair CC (1) 3. Moberly Area CC (2) 4. Three Rivers CC - MO (6) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members REGION 11 TOURNAMENT March 2, 2013 Played at Higher Seed REGION 16 TOURNAMENT March 1-2, 2013 Three Rivers CC (Poplar Bluff, Mo.) DISTRICT K TOURNAMENT March 9, 2013 Region 11 Champion at Region 16 Champion 32

33 RETURNING LEADERS Tyisha Smith Iowa Western G 17.4 ppg Carolyn Overton Three Rivers F 8.5 rpg Tyisha Smith Iowa Western G 5.2 apg Shanevian Holden Moberly Area F 2.5 spg Brittany Lawson Mineral Area C 2.8 bpg Lakota Goe Iowa Western G pt% Tyisha Smith Iowa Western G 74.3 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Crowder College Caprese Marshall G 5' 7" 9.6 ppg Crowder College Sarah Sagely G 5' 7" 9.6 ppg Crowder College Terai Sadler F 5' 11" 8.6 ppg rpg Iowa Western CC Tyisha Smith G 5' 4" 17.4 ppg apg Mineral Area College Brittany Lawson C 5' 11" 9.0 ppg rpg bpg Northeast CC Sasha Carter F 5' 8" 16.0 ppg rpg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Matt Svehla Northeast CC 18 ( ) 18 ( ) 2. Jim Turgeon Iowa Western CC 5 (110-48) 12 ( ) 3. Gary Koch Mineral Area College 6 (110-75) 9 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 33

34 DISTRICT L (Region 14) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 14 Angelina College Lufkin, Texas 14 Blinn College Brenham, Texas 14 Jacksonville College Jacksonville, Texas 14 Kilgore College Kilgore, Texas 14 Panola College Carthage, Texas 14 Paris Junior College Paris, Texas 14 San Jacinto College-North Houston, Texas 14 Trinity Valley Community College Athens, Texas 14 Tyler Junior College Tyler, Texas PAST CHAMPIONS Trinity Valley Trinity Valley Trinity Valley NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Trinity Valley 2012 Trinity Valley 2004 Tyler 2000 Trinity Valley 1999 Trinity Valley 1997 Trinity Valley 1996 Trinity Valley 1994 Kilgore 1990 Kilgore 1988 Panola 1978 Paris PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Trinity Valley CC (0) 2. Tyler JC (4) 3. Paris JC (2) 4. Blinn College (2) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT L TOURNAMENT March 5-9, 2013 UT Tyler (Tyler, Texas) 34

35 RETURNING LEADERS Jessica Hines San Jacinto-North G 17.4 ppg Olimpiea Hurst San Jacinto-North C 7.5 rpg Jessica Hines San Jacinto-North G 4.5 apg Jessica Hines San Jacinto-North G 3.0 spg Olimpiea Hurst San Jacinto-North C 3.6 bpg Jinaki Robinson Jacksonville G pt% Breanna Burford Jacksonville F 75.9 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Angelina College Demetria Foreman G 5' 6" 10.1 ppg apg Angelina College Diamond Webb G 5' 4" 13.6 ppg Blinn College Audrisa Harrison F 5' 10" 10.6 ppg rpg Jacksonville College Breanna Burford F 5' 10" 10.1 ppg rpg San Jacinto College-North Jessica Hines G 5' 8" 17.4 ppg apg spg San Jacinto College-North Olimpiea Hurst C 6' 3" 7.5 rpg bpg Tyler JC Keaira Arion G 5' 8" 8.2 ppg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Trenia Tillis Jones Tyler JC 12 ( ) 12 ( ) 2. Jeff Jenkins Blinn College 10 ( ) 13 ( ) 3. Tracey Stellato Panola College 10 ( ) 10 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 35

36 DISTRICT M (Region 18) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 18 College of Southern Idaho Twin Falls, Idaho 18 Colorado Northwestern Community College Rangely, Colo. 18 North Idaho College Coeur d' Alene, Idaho 18 Salt Lake Community College Salt Lake City, Utah 18 Snow College Ephraim, Utah 18 Utah State Univ. - College of Eastern Utah Price, Utah PAST CHAMPIONS Snow North Idaho North Idaho NATIONAL CHAMPIONS North Idaho 2011 North Idaho PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. North Idaho College (4) 2. Salt Lake CC (3) 3. College of Southern Idaho (4) 4. Snow College (4) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT M TOURNAMENT February 28 - March 2, 2013 North Idaho College (Coeur d Alene, Idaho) 36

37 RETURNING LEADERS Katie Buskey North Idaho G 11.0 ppg Jordi Wilden Snow F 5.5 rpg Hailee Parry USU-Eastern Utah G 3.2 apg Amy Arbon USU-Eastern Utah F 2.0 spg Michelle Blanton Colorado Northwestern F 0.6 bpg Angela Woods North Idaho G pt% Katie Buskey North Idaho G 67.9 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Colorado Northwestern CC Jasmine Ransom G 5' 6" 9.3 ppg North Idaho College Katie Buskey G 5' 8" 11.0 ppg USU-Eastern Utah Hailee Parry G 5' 2" 8.0 ppg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Betsy Specketer Salt Lake CC 16 ( ) 16 ( ) 2. Dave Paur USU-Eastern Utah 22 ( ) 22 ( ) 3. Randy Rogers College of Southern Idaho 10 ( ) 10 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 37

38 DISTRICT N (Region 22) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 22 Alabama Southern Community College Monroeville, Ala. 22 Bishop State Community College Mobile, Ala. 22 Chattahoochee Valley Community College Phenix City, Ala. 22 Enterprise State Community College Enterprise, Ala. 22 Faulkner State Community College Bay Minette, Ala. 22 Gadsden State Community College Gadsden, Ala. PAST CHAMPIONS Shelton State Wallace State-Hanceville Shelton State 22 Lawson State Community College Birmingham, Ala. 22 Lurleen B. Wallace Community College Andalusia, Ala. 22 Shelton State Community College Tuscaloosa, Ala. 22 Snead State Community College Boaz, Ala. 22 Southern Union State Community College Wadley, Ala. 22 Wallace Community College-Selma Selma, Ala. 22 Wallace State Community College-Hanceville Hanceville, Ala PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Shelton State CC (6) 2. Wallace State CC-Hanceville (3) 3. Gadsden State CC (5) 4. Alabama Southern CC (7) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT N TOURNAMENT March 2-9, 2013 Wallace State CC (Hanceville, Ala.) 38

39 RETURNING LEADERS Eisha Person Southern Union State G 15.0 ppg Tierra Green Southern Union State F 10.0 rpg DeShanti Lewis Alabama Southern G 6.0 apg Kia Guilford Southern Union State G 4.0 spg Tierra Green Southern Union State F 3.0 bpg Sharin Rivers Shelton State G pt% Katy Miller Gadsden State G 71.4 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Alabama Southern CC DeShanti Lewis G 5' 3" 11.9 ppg apg Bishop State CC Aundre Adams G 5' 1" 10.8 ppg apg spg Faulkner State CC Tykeria Johnson F 5' 9" 12.9 ppg Gadsden State CC Sheyene Turner G 5' 6" 13.1 ppg Lawson State CC Tearra Sams F 5' 9" 10.5 ppg rpg Lurleen B. Wallace CC Kimberly Williams G 5' 8" 13.0 ppg apg Southern Union State CC Eisha Person G 6' 0" 15.0 ppg Wallace State CC-Hanceville Ashley Nance F 5' 9" 12.3 ppg rpg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Ricky Knight Lurleen B. Wallace CC 25 ( ) 25 ( ) 2. Madonna Thompson Shelton State CC 14 ( ) 14 ( ) 3. Linda Pitts Faulkner State CC 17 ( ) 17 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 39

40 DISTRICT O (Region 23) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 23 Baton Rouge Community College Baton Rouge, La. 23 Coahoma Community College Clarksdale, Miss. 23 Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wesson, Miss. 23 Delgado Community College New Orleans, La. 23 East Central Community College Decatur, Miss. 23 East Mississippi Community College Scooba, Miss. 23 Hinds Community College Raymond, Miss. 23 Holmes Community College Goodman, Miss. 23 Itawamba Community College Fulton, Miss. 23 Jones County Junior College Ellisville, Miss. 23 Louisiana State University Eunice Eunice, La. 23 Meridian Community College Meridian, Miss. 23 Mississippi Delta Community College Moorhead, Miss. 23 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Perkinston, Miss. 23 Northeast Mississippi Community College Booneville, Miss. 23 Northwest Mississippi Community College Senatobia, Miss. 23 Pearl River Community College Poplarville, Miss. 23 Southern University-Shreveport Shreveport, La. 23 Southwest Mississippi Community College Summit, Miss. PAST CHAMPIONS Meridian Copiah-Lincoln Copiah-Lincoln NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Northeast Mississippi 1981 Northwest Mississippi PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Itawamba CC (4) 2. Copiah-Lincoln CC (9) 3. Jones County JC (0) 4. Pearl River CC (9) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT O TOURNAMENT March 6-9, 2013 Mississippi College (Clinton, Miss.) 40

41 RETURNING LEADERS Talaih Robertson Baton Rouge F 13.0 ppg Monique Biggins Northwest Mississippi F 10.4 rpg Shaw Isom Northwest Mississippi G 3.5 apg Monique Biggins Northwest Mississippi F 2.1 spg Yasmine Nelson Mississippi Gulf Coast C 1.3 bpg Tynita Baker Itawamba G pt% Tequa Lofton Mississippi Delta G 71.6 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats Baton Rouge CC Talaih Robertson F 5' 11" 13.0 ppg Coahoma CC Breanna Wiley G 5' 7" 16.0 ppg rpg Coahoma CC Bridgette Griffin G 5' 7" 15.0 ppg apg spg Northeast Mississippi CC Kebrina Lucas G 5' 6" 9.8 ppg Northwest Mississippi CC Monique Biggins F 5' 8" 10.4 rpg Northwest Mississippi CC Shaq Isom G 5' 8" 12.0 ppg Pearl River CC Shanta' Echols F 6' 0" 10.9 ppg rpg Southern-Shreveport Tytionna Pratt F 5' 10" 8.0 ppg rpg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Gwyn Young Copiah-Lincoln CC 36 ( ) 36 ( ) 2. Don Edwards Northwest Mississippi CC 25 ( ) 25 ( ) 3. Sandra Sumrall Jones County JC 13 ( ) 13 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 41

42 DISTRICT P (Region 24) MEMBER SCHOOLS REGION COLLEGE LOCATION 24 John A. Logan College Carterville, Ill. 24 Kaskaskia College Centralia, Ill. 24 Lincoln Trail College Robinson, Ill. 24 Olney Central College Olney, Ill. 24 Rend Lake College Ina, Ill. 24 Shawnee Community College Ullin, Ill. PAST CHAMPIONS Southwestern Illinois John A. Logan Lincoln Trail 24 Southeastern Illinois College Harrisburg, Ill. 24 Southwestern Illinois College Belleville, Ill. 24 Wabash Valley College Mt. Carmel, Ill PROJECTED TOP 4 College Record Return Starters (Total) 1. Southwestern Illinois College (2) 2. Wabash Valley College (6) 3. John A. Logan College (1) 4. Kaskaskia College (2) *Projections based on poll provided to all district members DISTRICT P TOURNAMENT March 5-8, 2013 Rend Lake College (Ina, Ill.) 42

43 RETURNING LEADERS Janelle Cannon Southwestern Illinois G 18.5 ppg Jennifer Moeller Rend Lake F 10.0 rpg Janelle Cannon Southwestern Illinois G 6.5 apg Janelle Cannon Southwestern Illinois G 4.8 spg Jennifer Moeller Rend Lake F 2.0 bpg Miranda Burroughs Kaskaskia G pt% Kelsee Ennis Olney Central G 80.7 FT% *Based on submissions by schools - includes stat minimums TOP RETURNING PLAYERS College Player Pos. Height Stats John A. Logan College Kyra Navarrete F 5' 11" 16.0 ppg rpg Kaskaskia College Brandi Riddle G 5' 8" 8.0 ppg Lincoln Trail College Erica Phifer G 5' 6" 4.0 apg Olney Central College Kelsee Ennis G 5' 6" 13.7 ppg spg FT% Rend Lake College Jennifer Moeller F 6' 0" 16.0 ppg rpg bpg Southeastern Illinois College Kenyatta Drake F 6' 0" 16.0 ppg rpg Southwestern Illinois College Janelle Cannon G 5' 9" 18.5 ppg apg spg TOP 3 WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES COACH COLLEGE SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 1. Mike Juenger Southwestern Illinois College 15 ( ) 15 ( ) 2. Marty Hawkins John A. Logan College 14 ( ) 14 ( ) 3. Zach Loll Wabash Valley College 3 (60-31) 11 ( ) *Based on total career wins (Seasons do not include upcoming season) 43

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46 REGION 4 *Winner to District D Championship Malcolm X College, Ill. (16-14) 54 Black Hawk College-East, Ill. (15-18) 44 REGION 10 *Winner to District J Championship Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. (17-13) 58 Denmark Technical College, S.C. (20-2) 56 REGION 13 *Winner to District D Championship Williston State College, N.D. (21-8) 66 Lake Region State College, N.D. (19-11) 48 REGION 17 *Winner to District J Championship Georgia Perimeter College (21-9) 83 South Georgia Technical College (24-9) 47 DISTRICT A (Region 1) Central Arizona College (29-1) 68 Arizona Western College (26-5) 59 DISTRICT B (Region 2) Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (22-9) Northern Oklahoma-Enid (29-4) 58 O 57 T DISTRICT C (Regions 3, 12) Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-4) 57 Vincennes University, Ind. (24-7) 53 DISTRICT D (Regions 4, 13) Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-14) 53 Williston State College, N.D. (21-9) 52 DISTRICT E (Region 5) New Mexico JC (29-4) 64 Odessa College, Texas (22-9) 51 DISTRICT F (Region 6) Hutchinson CC, Kan. (33-0) 43 Independence CC, Kan. (27-6) 41 DISTRICT G (Region 7) Walters State CC, Tenn. (27-2) 50 Columbia State CC, Tenn. (16-5) 32 DISTRICT H (Region 8) Pensacola State College, Fla. (26-4) 64 Gulf Coast State College, Fla. (21-4) 60 46

47 DISTRICT I (Region 9) Otero JC, Colo. (31-1) 67 Northeastern JC, Colo. (16-17) 61 DISTRICT J (Regions 10, 17) Georgia Perimeter College (22-9) 75 Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. (17-14) 46 DISTRICT K (Regions 11, 16) Jefferson College, Mo. (28-4) 65 Iowa Western CC (21-12) 43 DISTRICT L (Region 14) Trinity Valley CC, Texas (32-0) 75 Tyler JC, Texas (25-8) 67 DISTRICT M (Region 18) Snow College, Utah (20-12) 60 Salt Lake CC, Utah (18-13) 57 DISTRICT N (Region 22) Shelton State CC, Ala. (31-2) 85 Wallace State CC-Hanceville, Ala. (22-9) 60 DISTRICT O (Region 23) Meridian CC, Miss. (22-10) 71 Itawamba CC, Miss. (26-3) 67 NATIONAL TOURNAMENT SEEDING Seed Team District #1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (32-0) L #2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (33-0) F #3 Central Arizona College (29-1) A #4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (26-4) H #5 Jefferson College, Mo. (28-4) K #6 New Mexico JC (29-4) E #7 Otero JC, Colo. (31-1 I #8 Snow College, Utah (31-1) M #9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (31-2) N #10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (27-2) G #11 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M (22-9) B #12 Georgia Perimeter College (22-9) J DISTRICT P (Region 24) Southwestern Illinois College (27-6) 62 Olney Central College, Ill. (21-12) 58 #13 Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-4) C #14 Southwestern Illinois College (27-6) P #15 Meridian CC, Miss. (22-10) O #16 Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-14) D 47

48 GAME 1 Tuesday, March 20 #3 Central Arizona College (30-1) 75 #14 Southwestern Illinois College (27-7) 53 GAME 2 Tuesday, March 20 #6 New Mexico JC (30-4) 52 #11 NE Oklahoma A&M (22-10) 42 GAME 3 Tuesday, March 20 #7 Otero JC, Colo. (31-2) 51 #10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-2) 61 GAME 4 Tuesday, March 20 #2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (34-0) 75 #15 Meridian CC, Miss. (22-11) 42 GAME 5 Tuesday, March 20 #1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (32-0) 88 #16 Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-15) 51 GAME 6 Tuesday, March 20 #8 Snow College, Utah (20-13) 62 #9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (32-2) 85 GAME 7 Wednesday, March 21 #5 Jefferson College, Mo. (28-5) 50 #12 Georgia Perimeter College (23-9) 57 GAME 8 Wednesday, March 21 #4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (27-4) 72 #13 Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-5) 60 GAME 9 Wednesday, March 21 #11 NE Oklahoma A&M (22-11) 49 #14 Southwestern Illinois College (28-7) 62 GAME 10 Wednesday, March 21 #3 Central Arizona College (31-1) 61 #6 New Mexico JC (30-5) 56 GAME 11 Wednesday, March 21 #2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (35-0) 62 #10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-3) 46 GAME 12 Thursday, March 22 #7 Otero JC, Colo. (32-2) 62 #15 Meridian CC, Miss. (22-12) 46 GAME 13 Thursday, March 22 #8 Snow College, Utah (21-13) 53 O #16 Malcolm X College, Ill. (17-16) 50 T GAME 14 Thursday, March 22 #5 Jefferson College, Mo. (29-5) 69 #13 Monroe CC, N.Y. (25-6) 58 GAME 15 Thursday, March 22 #6 New Mexico JC (31-5) 46 #10 Walters State CC, Tenn. (28-4) 45 GAME 16 Thursday, March 22 #1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (33-0) 66 #9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (32-3) 59 GAME 17 Thursday, March 22 #4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (28-4) 70 #12 Georgia Perimeter College (23-10) 57 48

49 GAME 18 Friday, March 23 #7 Otero JC, Colo. (33 2) 48 #14 Southwestern Illinois College (28 8) 42 GAME 19 Friday, March 23 #5 Jefferson College, Mo. (30 5) 67 #8 Snow College, Utah (21 14) 59 GAME 20 Friday, March 23 #9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (33-3) 66 #12 Georgia Perimeter College (23-11) 60 GAME 21 Friday, March 23 #2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (36-0) 69 #3 Central Arizona College (31-2) 56 GAME 22 Friday, March 23 #1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (34-0) 71 #4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (28-5) 66 7TH/8TH PLACE GAME #5 Jefferson College, Mo. (31-5) 55 #7 Otero JC, Colo. (33-3) 43 5TH/6TH PLACE GAME #6 New Mexico JC (32-5) 63 #9 Shelton State CC, Ala. (33-4) 58 3RD/4TH PLACE GAME #3 Central Arizona College (31-3) 72 #4 Pensacola State College, Fla. (29-5) 73 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP #1 Trinity Valley CC, Texas (35-0) 69 #2 Hutchinson CC, Kan. (36-1) 55 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Sha Kayla Caples Trinity Valley Meghan Dunn Shelton State Honor Duvall New Mexico COACHES OF TOURNAMENT Kenya Landers Trinity Valley Michael Landers LaQuinta Jefferson Jefferson Brianna Lewis Trinity Valley Katrina Ottesen Central Arizona Laura Patrick Hutchinson Jackie Patterson Hutchinson TRINITY VALLEY CARDINALS 2012 DI NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Jasmine Richardson Chelsea Small TeAndrea Smith Brea Townsend Pensacola State Hutchinson Pensacola State Central Arizona TOURNAMENT MVP Keuna Flax Trinity Valley 49

50 DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICANS PLAYER COLLEGE YEAR POS. WHERE ARE THEY NOW? FIRST TEAM Aubrey Boehme Otero JC, Colo. SO C Wyoming Sha Kayla Caples Trinity Valley CC, Texas SO F Not Returning Portia Durrett Walters State CC, Tenn. SO F Oklahoma Jacqueline Patterson Hutchinson CC, Kan. SO F Texas Tech Priscila Santos Utah State-Eastern Utah SO F +William Woods Uju Ugoka Gulf Coast State, Fla. SO F Virginia Tech Jacqueline Chandler Hill College, Texas FR G Not Returning Meghan Dunn Shelton State CC, Ala. SO G South Alabama Keuna Flax Trinity Valley SO G *Central Missouri Lavonda McCall South Georgia Tech College SO G *Washburn *NCAA DII +NAIA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICANS PLAYER COLLEGE YEAR POS. WHERE ARE THEY NOW? SECOND TEAM Jolie Olingende Arizona Western College SO C Robert Morris Alecia Autman Jones County JC, Miss. SO F Not Returning Te Onna Campbell New Mexico JC SO F Houston Tamara Phillip Central Arizona College SO F Albany Sehmonyeh Allen Monroe CC, N.Y. SO G Not Returning Korina Baker North Idaho College SO G SMU Rosalie Cutri Casper College, Wyo. SO G Boise State Ariel Easton State Fair CC, Mo. SO G Not Returning Jameika Hoskins Itawamba CC, Miss. SO G Southeastern Louisiana Laura Patrick Hutchinson CC, Kan. SO G *Emporia State *NCAA DII 50

51 DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICANS PLAYER COLLEGE YEAR POS. WHERE ARE THEY NOW? THIRD TEAM Wilka Montout NE Oklahoma A&M SO C South Carolina Mechel-la Ward Palm Beach State, Fla. SO C Not Returning Aron Garcia Hill College, Texas SO F UT-Arlington LaQuinta Jefferson Jefferson College, Mo. SO F Not Returning Shae Kelley Northwest Florida State FR F Old Dominion TeAndrea Smith Pensacola State, Fla. FR F RETURNING Jordan Hunter Crowder College, Mo. SO G Southeast Missouri State Alyssa Like Olney Central College, Ill. SO G Murray State Brandi McKinney Wabash Valley College, Ill. SO G *Georgia College & State Katrina Ottesen Central Arizona College SO G Colorado State HONORABLE MENTION Bianca Fennessee Albany Tech College, Ga. SO C *Washburn April Hargrow Kennedy-King College, Ill. SO C *West Virginia State Brittany Webb ASA College, N.Y. SO C Seton Hall TaCouya Allen Wallace State-Hanceville, Ala. SO F +Cumberland Antoinette Carter Murray State College, Okla. SO F Stephen F. Austin Ashlynn Knoll Seward County CC, Kan. SO F Kansas State Kaylin Sheets North Dakota SCS SO F Not Returning Ingrida Strikas Vincennes University, Ind. SO F Not Returning Keosha Bradley Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. SO G Southern Janelle Cannon Southwestern Illinois College FR G RETURNING Markisha Hawkins Tyler JC, Texas SO G Kansas Sofia Hepworth Salt Lake CC, Utah SO G Southern Utah Jill Herman Roane State CC, Tenn. SO G +The Cumberlands Taylor Ignoto Mineral Area College, Mo. SO G LIU Brooklyn Akia Jones Walters State CC, Tenn. SO G Not Returning Fallon Lewis Sheridan College, Wyo. SO G Wyoming Erica Martinez Snow College, Utah SO G Boise State Michelle Mitchell Darton State College, Ga. FR G RETURNING Latasia Ward ASA College, N.Y. SO G Stony Brook Shamika Williams Sauk Valley CC, Ill. SO G Tampa *NCAA DII +NAIA 51

52 PRISCILA SANTOS Utah State-College of Eastern Utah (Sophomore - G) 29.1 POINTS/GAME (30 GP, 347 FGM, 178 FTM) BIANCA FENNESSEE Albany Technical College, Ga. (Sophomore - C) 15.8 REBOUNDS/GAME (28 GP, 271 DREB, 171 OREB) YASHIRA DELGADO Hillsborough CC, Fla. (Sophomore - G) 10.8 ASSISTS/GAME (26 GP, 280 A) YASHIRA DELGADO Hillsborough CC, Fla. (Sophomore - G) 71.1 FG% (20 GP, 118/166 FG) KATIE BLISS Volunteer State CC, Tenn. (Freshman - G) PT% (30 GP, 52/106 3PT) DELANEY JONES Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa (Sophomore - G) 90.2 FT% (32 GP, 83/92 FT) CHARITY HARRIS Denmark Technical College, S.C. (Sophomore - G) 5.8 STEALS/GAME (20 GP, 116 S) ARON GARCIA Hill College, Texas (Sophomore - F) 4.6 BLOCKS/GAME (31 GP, 143 B) DI STATISTICAL TEAM CHAMPIONS Denmark Technical College, S.C PPG (20 GP, 1,889 P) Denmark Technical College, S.C FG% (20 GP, 708/1,398 FG) Vincennes University, Ind PT% (31 GP, 189/466 3PT) Olney Central College, Ill FT% (33 GP, 623/830 FT) Walters State CC, Tenn PAPG (29 GP, 1,259 PA) 52

53 OTERO JUNIOR COLLEGE WOMEN S BASKETBALL ACADEMIC TEAM OF THE YEAR 3.57 GPA NJCAA DI WOMEN S BASKETBALL ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS STUDENT ATHLETE COLLEGE GPA STUDENT ATHLETE COLLEGE GPA STUDENT ATHLETE COLLEGE GPA Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence (4.0 GPA) Christa Beasler N. Oklahoma Enid 4.0 Devan Boeger Barton CC, Kan. 4.0 Ashlyn Briegge N. Oklahoma Enid 4.0 Danielle Hardy Western Wyoming CC 4.0 Sharon Lyman Salt Lake CC, Utah 4.0 Annastacia Mburu Jacksonville College, Fla. 4.0 Rachel Mehus Williston State, N.D. 4.0 Wilka Montout NE Oklahoma A&M 4.0 Lacey Orr SW Mississippi CC 4.0 Taylor Rock Otero JC, Colo. 4.0 Priscila Santos Utah St. Eastern Utah 4.0 Jubilee Sutherland Eastern Wyoming 4.0 Staci Thomas Independence CC, Kan. 4.0 Jordyn Tolefree Butler CC, Kan. 4.0 Tristan Troudt Black Hawk East, Ill. 4.0 Superior Academic Achievement ( GPA) Kelsie Du on Hill College, Texas 3.96 Bree Harris NE Mississippi CC 3.96 Kayla Thomas Seward County CC, Kan Crystal Garre Roane State CC, Tenn Tonje Milde Otero JC, Colo Hannah Pollart Northeastern JC, Colo Ellie Carter Otero JC, Colo Carly Schmale Garden City CC, Kan Alyssa Schmidt Casper College, Wyo Laila Suleiman Redlands CC, Okla Allanah Aus n Lon Morris, Texas 3.93 Elizabeth Cooper Northeastern JC, Colo Maryam Dogo Lamar CC, Colo Anna Sumrall Jones County JC, Miss Lauren Douglas Jones County JC, Miss Kenzi Knobbe Garden City CC, Kan Jaryn Koenig Weatherford, Texas 3.91 Daria Kryuchkova Jacksonville College, Fla Austyn Ridings John A. Logan, Ill Sierra Sherrod Black Hawk East, Ill Desiree Wylie Ranger College, Texas 3.91 Brushea Daniels Howard College, Texas 3.90 Brynn Foster Central Wyoming 3.90 Lesley Huff Murray State, Okla Jordan Hunter Crowder College, Mo Caitlin Williams Arkansas Bap st College 3.90 Bailey Hemmert Garden City CC, Kan Anna Page NE Mississippi CC 3.89 Jus ce Payne N. Oklahoma Enid 3.89 Maria Salmio North Idaho College 3.89 Brooke Baker Northeastern JC, Colo Kathryn Bigelow Utah St. Eastern Utah 3.87 Therese Lindquist Northeast CC, Neb Hayli Shurtz Salt Lake CC, Utah 3.87 Jelena Ciric Miami Dade, Fla Delanah Colbert McLennan CC, Texas 3.86 Tiffany Bellamy N. Oklahoma Enid 3.85 Haley Sturdevant Salt Lake CC, Utah 3.85 Danijela Svircic Sauk Valley CC, Ill Chasi ty Taylor Panola College, Texas 3.85 Jackie Becker Trinidad State JC, Colo Ka e Walker Salt Lake CC, Utah 3.84 Cheryl Harless Salt Lake CC, Utah 3.83 Sarah Hearon N. Oklahoma Tonkawa 3.82 Kallie Madler Dawson CC, Mont Kate Alemann Mineral Area, Mo Amanda Casey Dodge City CC, Kan Nicole Hansen Otero JC, Colo Lauren Hoffman Sheridan College, Wyo Folashade John Kaskaskia College, Ill Ashley Vieria Clinton JC, S.C CLICK HERE to view Exemplary Award winners ( GPA) and all of the NJCAA Student Athlete Academic Award winners. 53

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56 *1975 Temple Junior College, Texas 1976 Seminole Junior College, Okla Panola Junior College, Texas 1978 Panola Junior College, Texas 1979 Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa 1980 Truett-McConnell College, Ga Louisburg College, N.C Moberly Junior College, Mo Northwest Mississippi Junior College 1984 Roane State Community College, Tenn Connors State College, Okla Odessa College, Texas 1987 Northeast Mississippi Junior College 1988 Kilgore College, Texas 1989 Central Arizona College 1990 Kilgore College, Texas 1991 Odessa College, Texas 1992 Louisburg College, N.C Kilgore College, Texas 1994 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas 1995 Westark Community College, Ark Trinity Valley Community College, Texas 1997 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas 1998 Central Arizona College 1999 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas 2000 Tyler Junior College, Texas 2001 Cloud County Community College, Kan Seward County Community College, Kan Gulf Coast Community College, Fla Trinity Valley Community College, Texas 2005 Central Arizona College 2006 Monroe Community College, N.Y Odessa College, Texas 2008 Gulf Coast Community College, Fla Central Arizona College 2010 Gulf Coast Community College, Fla North Idaho College 2012 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas *Invita onal Tournament 56

57 FORMER PLAYERS IN THE WNBA PLAYER COLLEGE (SEASONS) WNBA TEAM(S) Aiysha Smith Tyler JC, Texas ( ) Washington Mystics ( ) Amber Holt Southeastern Illinois College ( ) Tulsa Shock (2012-Present) Amisha Carter Midland College, Texas ( ) New York Liberty (2005) Detroit Shock (2004) Betty Lennox Trinity Valley CC, Texas ( ) Butler CC - KS ( ) Tulsa Shock (2011) Christelle N'Garsanet Illinois Central College ( ) New York Liberty (2006) Danielle Adams Jefferson College, Mo. ( ) San Antonio Silver Stars (2012-Present) Elaine Powell Pearl River CC ( ) Detroit Shock ( , 06-08) Chicago Sky (2006) Orlando Miracle ( ) Jaynetta Sanders Southwestern Illinois College ( ) Phoenix Mercury ( ) Ryneldi Becenti Scottsdale CC, Ariz. ( ) Phoenix Mercury (1997) Shanele Stires Cloud County CC, Kan. ( ) Minnesota Lynx ( ) Sheryl Swoopes South Plains College ( ) Tulsa Shock (2011) Seattle Storm (2008) Houston Comets ( ) Tawona Alhaleem John A. Logan College, Ill. ( ) Orlando Miracle (2001) Yelena Leuchanka Wabash Valley College, Ill. ( ) Seminole State College, Fla. ( ) Atlanta Dream (2012-Present) Yolanda Griffith Palm Beach State College, Fla. ( ) Indiana Fever (2009) Seattle Storm (2008) Sacramento Monarchs ( ) 57

58 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 1998 Lillie Frances Garmon (Temple JC, Texas) Betty Jo Graber (Weatherford College, Texas) Lea Plarski (St. Louis CC-Florissant Valley, Mo.) Dixie Woodall (Seminole State College, Fla.) 1999 Rose Marie Battaglia (Bergen CC, N.J.) Evelyn Blalock (Kilgore College, Texas) Fred Perry (Union County College, N.J.) 2000 Linda Hargrove (Cowley County CC, Kan.) BETTY JO GRABER Paul Sanderford (Louisburg College, N.C.) 2001 Barbara Gill (Johnson County CC, Kan.) Barbara A. Sue Ross (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC) Sheryl Swoopes (South Plains College, Texas) 2002 Gary Barton (John A. Logan College, Ill.) Orville Gregory (Johnson County CC, Kan.) Rosie Walker (Panola College, Texas) 2003 Kurt Budke (Trinity Valley CC, Texas) Jim Davis (Roane State CC, Tenn.) Mary Ann Otwell (Panola College, Texas) LEA PLARSKI 2004 Paul Franklin Bishop (Hudson Valley CC, N.Y.) Lorene Ramsey (Illinois Central College) Lucille Wood (East Central CC, Miss.) 2005 George E. Killian (NJCAA Executive Director) 2006 Allieze Ruby Curry (St. Louis CC-Florissant Valley, Mo.) 2007 Lyndon Hardin (South Plains College, Texas) 2008 Dan Mara (Mitchell College, Conn.) 2009 Jim Little (Seward County CC, Kan.) Monte Madewell (Connors State College, Okla.) 2010 Louis Wharton (Arkansas-Fort Smith) SHERYL SWOOPES 2011 Kim Muhl (Kirkwood CC, Iowa) Mary Roonie Scovel (Gulf Coast State College, Fla.) 58

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