Abilene Christian (10-8, 2

Abilene Christian (10-8, 2-5 SLC)
at HBU (8-10, 2-5 SLC) & Lamar (9-10, 6-2 SLC)
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Jan. 29 & 31 | Houston & Beaumont, Texas | 7 & 4 p.m. | #GoWildcats | #ACUE4C
Schedule
DateOpponent
11/15 Wayland Baptist
11/17 Howard Payne
11/19 at UT-San Antonio
11/24 Eastern Washington
Plaza Lights Classic
at Missouri-Kansas City
11/28 vs. George Mason
11/29 at UM-Kansas City
12/3
Time
W, 91-64
W, 102-60
L, 57-70
W, 79-72
W, 86-88
W, 80-55
at Texas Tech
L, 44-61
12/15 Southwestern Christian
W, 100-52
12/20 Air Force
12/22 at Kansas State
W, 80-44
L, 53-68
1/4
1/7
1/11
1/14
1/17
1/22
1/24
1/26
1/29
1/31
*Central Arkansas
L, 60-66
*at Northwestern State
L, 56-61
*Nicholls State
L, 39-63
*at McNeese State
W, 75-59
*Stephen F. Austin L, 69-71 (OT)
*Sam Houston State
L, 58-63
*Incarnate Word
W, 78-54
Angelo State
W, 70-55
*at Houston Baptist
7 p.m.
*at Lamar
4 p.m.
2/5
2/7
2/12
2/18
2/21
2/25
2/28
*Lamar
7 p.m.
*Southeastern La.
2 p.m.
*at Sam Houston State 6:30 p.m.
*A&M-Corpus Christi
7 p.m.
*at Southeastern La. (ESPN3) 4:30 p.m.
*Houston Baptist
7 p.m.
*at New Orleans
4 p.m.
3/5
3/7
*at Incarnate Word
*at A&M-Corpus Christi
*Southland Conference match
Home matches in bold at Moody Coliseum
6 p.m.
6 p.m.
THURSDAY’S / SATURDAY’S GAMES: Are
the lone contests on a two-game roadtrip
following the Wildcats’ season-long fourgame homestand (2-2) ... ACU leads its
all-time series vs. Houston Baptist 1-0 after
beating the Huskies at Moody Coliseum
last season, 82-70 ... The Wildcats lost their
first-ever meeting a year ago vs. Lamar,
85-83 ... ACU went 8-6 vs. the Southland in
2013-14 and is 28-28 all-time vs. Southland
Conference opponents (0-2 vs. Central
Arkansas, 1-0 vs. Houston Baptist,15-8
vs. Incarnate Word, 0-1 vs. Lamar, 1-1 vs.
McNeese, 1-0 vs. New Orleans, 1-1 vs.
Nicholls, 0-2 vs. Northwestern State, 1-0 vs.
Oral Roberts, 1-1 vs. Southeastern Louisiana,
7-6 vs. Sam Houston State, 0-5 vs. Stephen
F. Austin and 0-1 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus
Christi) ... ACU is 8-3 vs. non-conference
opponents this season ... 7-4 at home
and 3-4 away from Moody Coliseum ...
5-5 on weekdays (4-1 on Monday, 1-3 on
Wednesdays, and 0-1 on Thursdays) ... 4-4
on weekends (1-0 Friday, 3-2 Saturday, 0-2
Sunday) ... 6-5 in day games ... 4-3 in night
games.
CATEGORICAL VARIABLE: Suzzy Dimba
is making her case for selection once again
to the all-Southland Conference Defensive
Team ... Suzzy is averaging 9.0 points
(38th), 7.4 rebounds (14th), 3.1 assists
(13th), 2.3 steals (6th) and 1.4 blocks per
game (5th) in league play and is one of
only two Southland players (HBU’s Shanice
Steenholdt) ranked among the top 15
in rebounds, steals and blocks ... Suzzy
recorded career single game highs with six
assists and five steals vs. Incarnate Word on
Jan. 24 and tied her season high with four
blocks on Jan. 26 vs. Angelo State.
BENCHMARKS: Sydney Shelstead recorded
yet another fantastic night off the bench
Jan. 26 vs. the Rambelles, registering a
Team Statistics as of Jan. 27
Category ACUHBU
Record..........................10-8.................. 8-10
Points Per Game...........71.1.................. 69.7
Points Allowed..............62.4.................. 65.1
Point Differential...........+8.6.................. +4.7
FG%............................ .403.................. .457
3FG%.......................... .285.................. .301
FT%............................. .683 ................. .657
Opp. FG%................... .387.................. .391
Opp. 3FG%................. .294.................. .333
Opp. FT%.................... .681.................. .667
Rebound Avg................41.2.................. 41.9
Off. Rebound Avg.........15.9.................. 15.6
Def. Rebound Avg........25.3.................. 26.3
Rebound Margin...........+3.2.................. +8.6
Fouls Per Game.............18.0.................. 21.6
Assists Per Game...........15.2.................. 14.4
Turnovers Per Game......18.3.................. 20.0
Steals Per Game............11.6.................... 8.1
Blocks Per Game.............3.4.................... 5.3
Team Statistics as of Jan. 27
CategoryACU LU
Record..........................10-8.................. 9-10
Points Per Game...........71.1.................. 69.5
Points Allowed..............62.4.................. 65.6
Point Differential...........+8.6.................. +3.8
FG%............................ .403.................. .402
3FG%.......................... .285.................. .311
FT%............................. .683 ................. .728
Opp. FG%................... .387.................. .407
Opp. 3FG%................. .294.................. .326
Opp. FT%.................... .681.................. .711
Rebound Avg................41.2.................. 36.9
Off. Rebound Avg.........15.9.................. 14.4
Def. Rebound Avg........25.3.................. 22.5
Rebound Margin...........+3.2................... -1.7
Fouls Per Game.............18.0.................. 19.2
Assists Per Game...........15.2.................. 12.0
Turnovers Per Game......18.3.................. 18.4
Steals Per Game............11.6.................. 12.1
Blocks Per Game.............3.4.................... 2.4
Abilene Christian Wildcats (Head Coach: Julie Goodenough | Assistant Coaches: Kendra Hassell, Kyle Felan, Matt Stine)
2014-15 ACU Statistics
Pos. No. Name
Ht.
Cl. Hometown / Previous School
fg
3fg
ft
rpg
G
2 Alyssa Echols
5-7
Fr. Pflugerville, Texas / Pflugerville HS
.407 .321 .500 1.9 G
10 Paris Webb
5-4
Jr. Midland, Texas / Central Arizona
.395 .214 .778 1.5 G
12 Whitney West
5-7
Jr. Portland, Texas / Gregory-Portland HS
.363 .297 .818 2.4 G
14 Ellyn Avery
5-10 So. Lenorah, Texas / Midland College
.443 .435 .600 1.8 G
15 Alexis Mason
5-9
So. McKinney, Texas / McKinney North HS
.361 .265 .763 3.3 C
22 Sierra Allen
6-1
Fr. Roscoe, Texas / Highland HS
.276 .125 .667 1.3 F
23 Suzzy Dimba
5-11
So. Lubbock, Texas / Coronado HS
.363 .240 .492 7.9 F
32 Lizzy Dimba
5-11
So. Lubbock, Texas / Coronado HS
.413 .286 .775 7.1 F
33 Sydney Shelstead
6-3
So. Mineral Wells, Texas / Mineral Wells HS .551 .235 .686 9.6 C
42 Madison Parker
5-10
Fr. Amarillo, Texas / Canyon HS
.550 .333 .889 2.5 2014-15 Women’s Basketball Game Notes | #GoWildcats | #ACUE4C
apg
1.8 1.8 2.9 0.5 2.3 0.1 2.8 1.4 1.4 0.4 ppg
3.5
2.8
11.4
4.7
11.6
1.3
10.8
11.4
12.5
2.5
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Quick Facts
Location...........................................Abilene, Texas
Founded....................................................... 1906
Enrollment................................................... 4,600
Nickname................................................ Wildcats
Colors.........................................Purple and White
Arena (capacity).............. Moody Coliseum (4,500)
Affiliation...................................... NCAA Division I
Conference............................................Southland
President ..................................... Dr. Phil Schubert
Athletics Director................................Lee De León
Associate AD for Compliance & Academics /
Senior Women’s Administrator.......... Sylvia Barnier
Team Facts
Head Coach.............................. Julie Goodenough
Overall Record................ 338-247 (.578), 21 years
School Record....................... 49-27 (.645), 3 years
Assistant Coaches.......................... Kendra Hassell,
Kyle Felan, Matt Stine
Letterwinners Returning/Lost........................... 5/6
Starters Returning/Lost..................................... 4/1
Newcomers......................................................... 6
Returning/Lost Statistics
Points............................. 1570 (69%) / 715 (31%)
Rebounds......................... 718 (61%) / 450 (39%)
Assists............................... 293 (61%) / 185 (39%)
Steals.................................. 190 (66%) / 97 (34%)
Blocked Shots....................... 86 (77%) / 25 (23%)
Minutes Played............. 3869 (64%) / 2131 (36%)
2013-14 Season Review
Overall Record................................... 18-12 (.600)
Conference Record (place)....................... 8-6 (7th)
Postseason Play............................................. None
Final Ranking.................................................... NR
History
First Season of Basketball......................... 1971-72
All-Time Record (pct.)..................... 756-472 (.616)
Record at Moody Coliseum............ 366-120 (.753)
Southland Record, Years...............10-11, 2nd year
Lone Star Conference Titles, Last............. 16, 2013
NCAA Appearances (D-II), Last................ 10, 2013
Women’s Basketball Social Media
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[email protected]
Instagram....................................... ACU_WBBALL
Julie [email protected]
Kendra Hassell............................... @CoachHassell
Kyle [email protected]
Matt Stine...................................... @CoachMStine
career high 21 points on 8-of-10 shooting and pulling down 12 rebounds in 30 minutes
of play ... Of her seven double-doubles this season, two have been as a reserve (Jan. 14
vs. McNeese) ... Her season total also is the fifth highest among Southland players, behind
HBU’s Shanice Steenholdt (10), Corpus Christi’s Olivia Fouty (9), Lamar’s Dominique Edwards
(8) and SFA’s Porsha Roberts (8) ... In her three games coming off the bench, Shelstead is
averaging 15.3 points and 12.3 rebounds through 27.3 minutes per game ... Through 18
games, Shelstead already has surpassed her 30-game freshman season totals with 225
points, 26 assists and 173 rebounds ... She finished last year with 223 points, 139 rebounds
and 25 assists.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: The Wildcats continued their recent dominance over longtime
rivals from Incarnate Word and Angelo State the weekend of Jan. 24-26 ... ACU extended
its series winning streak over the Cardinals to a third game behind a 78-54 victory ... The
Wildcats have won seven of the last nine in this series with their last defeat coming at the
tail end of the 2012-13 campaign when both were part of the Lone Star Conference ...
Head coach Julie Goodenough improved to 4-0 all-time vs. Angelo State as the Rambelles
and Wildcats faced one another for the 40th consecutive season ... ACU leads its all-time
series against ASU, 53-35, and haven’t lost to the Rambelles since 2011-12.
MINUTE MAIDS: On Jan. 17 vs. Stephen F. Austin, Lizzy Dimba came off the bench to
deliver a career high 41 minutes tying her with guard Alexis Mason ... ACU last finished
with two individuals who had 40 or more minutes in the same game on Dec. 20, 2010 vs.
Southeastern Oklahoma State, when Autumn Whitaker played 44 and Mack Lankford and
Cecilee Perez each had 40.
HOT OFF THE BENCH: Some of the Wildcats’ best performances have come off the
bench since head coach Julie Goodenough started switching up her team’s lineup with the
McNeese game on Jan. 14 ... Against McNeese, Sydney Shelstead scorched the Cowgirls
for 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting and pulled down 14 rebounds in 28 minutes for her sixth
double-double of the season ... On Jan. 17 vs. Stephen F. Austin, Lizzy Dimba scored 17
points and post 10 rebounds ... On Jan. 22 vs. Sam Houston State, Suzzy Dimba recorded
her fourth double-double of the season and 15th of her career by scoring 10 points and
pulling down 10 rebounds ... It was her first double-double since Nov. 28 vs. George Mason
... Suzzy has since extended her double-double streak to three games with a 12 point/15
rebound performance vs. Incarnate Word on Jan. 24 and a 13/10 game vs. Angelo State on
Jan. 26, complete with four blocks and three steals.
FIVE OVER TEN: All five of ACU’s starters are averaging 10.0 or more points a game this
season through 16 contests making the Wildcats the only team in the Southland Conference
to have their entire starting rotation ranked among the top 30 ... Sydney Shelstead leads
ACU with 12.4 ppg followed by Lizzy Dimba (12.2), Alexis Mason (11.6), Whitney West
(11.4) and Suzzy Dimba (10.6) ... ACU also is the only Southland school with three players
ranked among the top-10 in rebounding (Shelstead, 4th - 9.2), L. Dimba (8th - 7.6) and S.
Dimba (10th - 7.3).
EXCELLENCE FOR CHRIST: The mission of ACU Athletics is to honor Christ through
excellence in academics and athletics, and its vision is to win at the highest level by providing
the most Christ-centered student-athlete experience in collegiate athletics ... ACU Athletics
adopted its slogan of Excellence For Christ in the Winter of 2015 (#ACUE4C).
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Houston Baptist Huskies (Head Coach: Donna Finnie | Assistant Coaches: Ben Chase, Lauren Tippet, Becca Allison)
Pos. No. Name
Ht.
G
3 Heidi Sihvola
5-8
G
5 Lisa Zderadicka
5-6
G
11 Tayler Jefferson
5-4
P
12 Caro Lloyd
6-4
F
14 Erin McGarrachan
6-0
F
20 Shanice Steenholdt 6-0
G
21 Rachel Arthur
5-7
F
23 Anna Strickland
6-1
G
24 Meghan Shank
5-8
F
25 Monet Neal
5-10
P
30 Carissa Diaz
6-2
G
33 Maisie Elston
5-10
G
35 Ekemini Essien
5-9
P
42 Ashleigh Nwanguma 6-1
2
Cl.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
Fr.
Sr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Jr.
Fr.
Sr.
Jr.
Jr.
Hometown (High School/Previous School)
fg
3fg
Helsinki, Finland (Makelanrinne)
.379 .300 Vienna, Austria (HAK Korneuburg) .500 1.000 Houston, Texas (North Shore HS)
.426 .361 Dublin, Ireland (The Kings Hospital)
.400 .000 Cumbernauld, Scotland (UTEP)
.494 .364 Roswell, N.M. (Roswell)
.532 .158 Humble, Texas (Atascocita)
.465 .357 The Woodlands, Texas (Harding Univ.)
.446 .000 Ventura, Calif. (Ventura)
.320 .200 San Antonio, Texas (Taft HS)
.508 .000 Tomball, Texas (Tomball HS)
.600 .000 Rochford, England (Barking Abbey)
.243 .105 Carrollton, Texas (Dallas Lutheran)
.300 .000 Katy, Texas (Cinco Ranch)
.490 .000 www.ACUSports.com | #GoWildcats | #ACUE4C
ft
.545 .750 .808 .500 .833 .738 .595 .481 .889 .622 .750 .000 .462 .692 rpg
2.1 2.3 2.6 1.3 2.9 10.3 2.6 7.6 1.2 4.9 0.6 0.7 1.3 4.1 apg
1.4 2.7 3.6 0.3 1.0 1.3 2.1 1.9 1.4 0.4 0.0 1.0 0.9 0.5 ppg
3.4
9.0
10.2
1.3
5.9
17.8
9.5
5.6
3.2
10.2
1.1
1.3
2.0
4.3
Lamar Cardinals (Head Coach: Robin Harmony | Assistant Coaches: Randy Schneider, Candace Walker, Lejon Wright Sr.)
Pos. No. Name
Ht. Cl.
G
1 Addesha Collins
5-3 Jr.
F
2 Sam Morgan
5-8 Fr.
F/C
3 Marquelle Williams 6-1 Fr.
G
4 Joann Lira 5-4 So.
G
5 Baileigh O’Dell 5-3 Fr.
G
13 Teleshia Riley 5-10 So.
G
14 April Levy 5-5 Jr.
F
15 Caroline Adesulu 6-1 Sr.
G
20 JaMeisha Edwards 5-5 Jr.
F
25 Dominique Edwards 5-11 Gr.
G
32 Shauna Long 5-4 Sr.
P
33 Kiandra Bowers 5-11 So.
F
35 Laka Blache 6-0 Fr.
P
45 Lejha Smith 5-11 Fr.
Hometown (Previous School)
Anniston, Ala. (Tallahassee CC)
Miami Beach, Fla. (Miami Beach HS)
Toledo, Ohio (Rogers HS)
Houston, Texas (Clear Springs HS)
Claremore, Okla. (Verdigris HS)
Brampton, Ontario (Tallahassee CC)
Jackson, Miss. (Southwest Mississippi CC)
Arlington, Texas (Odessa College)
Crockett, Texas (Crockett HS)
Grand Prairie, Texas (Lon Morris College)
Fort Yates, N.D. (Standing Rock Central HS)
West Palm Beach, Fla. (Dwyer HS)
Memphis, Tenn. (Whitehaven HS)
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Coral Springs Charter)
HEAD OF THE CLASS: Sydney Shelstead
was nominated the week of Jan. 19 for a
spot on the Capital One Academic AllAmerica Team ... The sophomore is an
engineering major with a 3.94 grade-point
average ... Shelstead posted a 4.0 GPA this
past fall semester and was one of three
Wildcats named to the Dean’s Honor Roll
with Whitney West and Madison Parker
... Five other Wildcats were named to the
Athletics Academic Honor Roll for registering
a 3.0 GPA last fall.
MILESTONE WATCH: Whitney West
reached 700 career points Jan. 7 at
Northwestern State and currently is 31
points away from 800 ... She played her
2000th minute Jan. 22 vs. Sam Houston
State and was credited with her 100th steal
and 200th assist vs. Angelo State on Jan. 26
... Alexis Mason’s consecutive game starting
streak is at 47 as she stands 19 points away
from 600 ... Suzzy Dimba scored point
No. 500 vs. the Bearkats and recorded her
100th assist vs. Incarnate Word on Jan. 24
... Lizzy Dimba needs one points for 500 in
her career and 14 rebounds to reach 300 ...
Sydney Shelstead pulled down rebound No.
300 vs. the Cardinals.
KAT-LIKE REFLEXES: The Bearkats of
Sam Houston State upset the Wildcats at
home Jan. 22, 63-58 as they overcame a
seven-point deficit with 1:39 remaining ...
Bearkats’ Shernise Robertson scored 10
of her game-high 28 points in the closing
minutes, striking a pair of 3-pointers that
narrowed SHSU’s deficit to one point, and
sinking four straight free throws to put the
game one ice ... ACU’s Whitney West led
her side with 23 points (one shy of a career
single-game high) on 9-15 shooting ... Her
nine field goals and five 3-pointers tied
single-game highs from earlier this season at
UMKC on Nov. 29 ... Suzzy Dimba recorded
a 10 point/10 rebound double-double.
LONG TIME, NO OT: ACU’s Jan. 17 game
vs. Stephen F. Austin marked the program’s
first trip to overtime since the 2010-11
fg
.368 .438 .444 .300 .279 .375 .366 .474 .413 .444 .330 .566 .333 .586 season ...The Wildcats that year lost to
Southeastern Oklahoma State at home in
the extra session, 93-92, but later defeated
Texas A&M-Kingsville, 84-82, at Moody
Coliseum, on Jan. 22, 2011 ... ACU hasn’t
gone to overtime on the road since Feb.
14, 2009, when the Wildcats lost at Angelo
State, 64-59.
WEBB SLINGER: Junior guard Paris Webb
set several single-game season highs at
McNeese in her first career start at ACU ...
The Central Arizona transfer provided 33
minutes in which she buried 4-of-8 field
goals and 2-of-3 3-pointers to finish with
10 points ... She also pulled down four
rebounds and dished out four assists to tie a
season high (UMKC) ... Webb recorded her
third four-assist game vs. Angelo State on
Jan. 26.
JACKS OVER ‘CATS: The defending
Southland Conference Champion Stephen
F. Austin Ladyjacks edged the Wildcats
in overtime, 71-69, on Jan. 17 ... AllConference selection Porsha Roberts scored
six of her opponent season-high 25 points in
overtime and finished 10-11 from the field
with an opponent season high three blocks
... Lizzy Dimba finished with a team-high 17
points off the bench, and her 10 rebounds
marked her fourth double-double of the
season ... Whitney West had 14 points for
ACU, while Sydney Shelstead had 11 for the
Wildcats.
COWGIRLS CORRALLED: The Wildcats
pulled off their second, second-half
comeback of the season Wednesday at
McNeese as they rallied from 10-points
down to stun the Cowgirls at Burton
Coliseum, 75-59 ... McNeese, which trailed
by 15 in the first half, grabbed its largest
lead of the night three minutes into the
second half, but then ACU finished the
contest on an astonishing 36-10 run and
held the Cowgirls to .364 shooting (.148
[4-27] from 3-point range) ... The comeback
effort was ACU’s biggest since Feb. 27,
2014, when it rallied from 12 down to beat
3fg
.325 .200 .000 .400 .260 .476 .286 .222 .377 .304 .309 .000 .000 .000 ft
.815 .857 1.000 .667 .872 .636 .909 .776 .862 .714 .733 .419 .545 .500 rpg
1.9 0.8 1.3 0.6 2.3 1.3 1.3 5.1 2.3 7.5 1.1 5.6 2.0 2.3 apg
2.4 0.3 0.7 0.4 1.9 1.1 0.2 0.8 3.0 1.7 0.9 0.7 0.2 0.1 ppg
8.4
1.8
1.4
1.0
9.8
4.4
2.3
5.2
13.7
12.9
5.6
8.2
1.7
2.6
Nicholls on the road, 78-62 ... The Wildcats
went into the break down 37-34 in that
game, but trounced the Colonels the rest of
the way, 44-25.
SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK: The Wildcats
suffered on of their toughest losses in 30
years on Jan. 11, falling 63-39 at home to
Nicholls ... ACU’s individual achievements
during the game included game high five
rebounds and 13 minutes played off the
bench for freshman Sierra Allen ... Lizzy
Dimba finishing a rebound shy (12) of her
personal best of 13 in recording the 250th
of her career ... Sydney Shelstead coming up
two rebounds short of a third-consecutive
double-double against conference
opponents (11 points / 8 rebounds).
DOWN IN FLAMES: Northwestern State
extended ACU’s losing streak to three on
Jan. 7 with a 61-56 comeback victory in
which the Lady Demons rebounded from a
15-point first half with 46 points on .636
shooting in the second half ... NSU’s 15
first-half points were the fewest surrendered
by the Wildcats since giving up 12 to
Southwestern Adventist in January of 2013
... The Wildcats also recorded a season best
with six blocks, four of which were recorded
by Suzzy Dimba – one shy of her singlegame career high ... NSU, which started the
game shooting 18 percent from the floor
and 28 percent from the free throw line,
made 14-of-22 shots in the second half,
including three triples and was 15-of-17
from the foul line ... Janelle Perez led her
side with 15 points and six assists followed
by Tia Youngblood with 12 points and
Presley Owens with 11 points.
SPOONFUL OF SUGAR BEARS: Central
Arkansas snapped ACU’s seven-game
home winning steak on Jan. 4, defeating
the Wildcats for the second time in as
many meetings, 66-60 ... It was ACU’s first
loss at Moody since falling to Texas A&MCorpus Christi on Feb. 8, 2014 ... Leading
the Wildcats were Sydney Shelstead who
recorded 15 points and 11 rebounds for
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the sixth double-double of her career and
Lizzy Dimba who buried a career high three
3-point field goals ... Lizzy led all Wildcats
with 19 points ... Alexis Mason played
35 minutes and has played more than 30
minutes in five of her previous six games,
including a career high 36 at McNeese.
CATCHING CURTIS: ACU’s Dec. 20
win vs. Air Force was the 46th for Julie
Goodenough as the Wildcats’ head coach,
pushing her past Dr. Joyce Curtis (45-57,
.441) for fifth on the program’s all-time
wins list ... A professor emerita of exercise
science and health, Dr. Curtis was the first
coach for women’s volleyball, badminton,
basketball and tennis and was inducted into
the ACU Sports Hall of Fame in 2003 ...
Goodenough’s .645 winning percentage is
second only to Suzanne Fox (117-33, .780)
... She needs 47 wins to tie Wayne Williams
(96-70/.578) for fourth place on ACU’s
victory list.
FALCONS CLIPPED: The Wildcats improved
to 4-0 all-time vs. Air Force following their
80-44 win over the Falcons ... The Air Force
Academy set several opponent season
lows during the Dec. 20 game, including
fewest points (44), field goals made (15)
and attempted (50) and percentage (1550, .300) ... The Falcons missed all 13 of
their 3-point attempts, becoming the first
ACU foe to post a long distance 0-for
since Central Arkansas went 0-for-7 on
Jan. 18, 2014 ... Air Force’s 44 points were
the fewest scored by an opponent since
Angelo State netted just 41 points on 44 FG
attempts last season.
LOW TURNOVER: ACU’s nine turnovers vs.
Air Force were its fewest since coughing up
the ball eight times vs. Sam Houston State
to set a season low for 2013-14 … Prior to
that occasion, ACU last turned over the ball
fewer than 10 times on Nov. 22, 2008 vs.
St. Edward’s (9) … The Wildcats also had
an eight turnover game vs. Angelo State on
Jan 14. 2003 … The single-game record for
fewest turnovers is believed to be five (at
Central Oklahoma on Dec. 2, 1999).
KITTIES GOT CLAWS: ACU fell to 0-2
vs. the Big 12 this season after losing at
Kansas State on Dec. 22 ... ACU turned the
ball over 29 times two days removed from
setting a season low of nine turnovers vs. Air
Force ... Conversely, ACU forced 17 K-State
turnovers led by a career high seven steals
from Whitney West ... Her seven thefts were
the most by a Wildcat since Renata Marquez
was credited with eight steals in a runaway
victory at New Orleans ... Kansas State
was the first Wildcat opponent this season
through 10 games to shoot .500 or better
(28-56) ... The last ACU foe to eclipse the
.500 mark in shooting was Incarnate Word
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on March 8, 2014; however, the Wildcats
won their season finale 90-79.
FOUL TERRITORY: Within a span of three
days, the Wildcats followed season highs
of 24 free throws on 33 attempts vs. Air
Force (12/20) with season lows of 5 and 8
at Kansas State (12/22) ... ACU’s 24-for-33
afternoon vs. the Falcons were its most FTs
and attempts since going 28-for-33 vs. Texas
A&M-Commerce in March of 2013 during
the first round of the Lone Star Conference
Championship ... ACU last made as few
as five free throws on Feb. 1, 2014 at
Northwestern State and only went seven
times to the charity stripe against Angelo
State last season on Nov. 14, 2013.
BATTLE TESTED: ACU suffered a tough
61-44 road loss Dec. 3 at Texas Tech, which
marked the season debut for one of the
Lady Raiders’ top players, Amber Battle
... In her first game back from a lengthy
suspension, Battle posted a double-double
of 13 points and 11 rebounds ... Lizzy
Dimba was the lone Wildcat to reach double
figures in scoring as she hit 8-of-11 free
throws to finish with 10 points and seven
rebounds ... Her sister, Suzzy, pulled down
eight boards in a rematch of local rivals.
PURE WEST: Junior guard Whitney West
earned Plaza Lights Classic MVP honors and
was named to its all-tournament team Nov.
29 after leading the Wildcats to consecutive
victories over George Mason of the Atlantic
10 Conference (88-86) and the host UMKC
of the WAC (80-55) ... West netted a pair
of go-ahead baskets during the final minute
of the Wildcats’ game vs. the Patriots, with
the game-winner banked in with six seconds
remaining ... She then was credited with
a block on George Mason’s final attempt
coming with two seconds left on the clock
... West torched the Roos behind a careerhigh 24 points on 9-21 shooting (5-12
3-point range) ... West’s efforts in Kansas
City combined with her 11-point game vs.
Eastern Washington earned her Southland
Conference Player of the Week honors
... She is the Wildcat’s first winner of this
prize since Suzzy Dimba won her award last
December following the win at Texas Tech.
MASON V MASON: Sophomore guard
Alexis Mason was given a spot on the Plaza
Lights Classic all-tournament team after
averaging 22.0 points per game ... Mason
began the two-day, four-team classic with
a career high 28 points vs. George Mason
in which she hit 10-20 shots from the floor
(four 3-pointers) ... 20 of her points came
in the first half as the Wildcats went into
the break ahead by 10 points at 43-33
... Mason’s 28 points were the most by a
Wildcat since Renata Marquez dropped 32
on Arlington Baptist on Feb. 18, 2014 ... She
has six 20+ point games in her career and
three this season (Howard Payne, George
Mason and Southwestern Christian).
SYD THE KID: Sophomore center Sydney
Shelstead played one of her best games as
a Wildcat vs. Eastern Washington with 18
points and 18 rebounds ... Her 18 rebounds
were the most by a Wildcat since Kelsey
Smith had 19 in a win over Incarnate Word
on Feb. 15, 2012 ... Shelstead went on to
record a 19 point/11 rebound double-double
vs. George Mason on Nov. 28 and just
missed a third consecutive double-double
with 10 points and nine rebounds at UMKC
on Nov. 29.
ON EAGLES’ WINGS: ACU earned its first
win over a Big Sky school in close to 20
years Nov. 24 when the Wildcats defeated
Eastern Washington, 79-72, in comeback
fashion ... The Purple and White gave up
45 points and 18 field goals in the first
half before limiting the Eagles to 27 points
and 40 percent shooting from the field in
the second half ... EWU hit back-to-back
buckets late in the second half to take a
70-68 lead with 5:29 to play but a layup
by Jade Redmon would be the Eagles’ final
field goal of the game and their final points
until Lexie Nelson hit two free throws with
six seconds to play ... In between, Sydney
Shelstead powered an ACU run with three
points, four rebounds and one assist for
a dagger 3-pointer from Whitney West
that gave ACU a 78-70 lead 1:35 to play
... ACU’s last win vs. the Big Sky came vs.
Portland State during the 1995-96 season.
RIVER CITY RECAP: ACU lost its first game
of the season Nov. 19 at UTSA, 70-57 ...
The Wildcats set a season high for steals
with 18 ... Sophomore Sydney Shelstead
recorded a single-game career high of three
blocks, while guards Whitney West and
Alyssa Echols each had five steals ... Mason
finished the game with 11 points on 3-of-11
shooting and 5-of-6 free throws ... Lizzy
Dimba, meanwhile, went 7-of-10 from the
charity stripe in finishing with a game high
13 points and pulled down eight rebounds
to tie Shelstead for the team lead.
HOMECOMING: ACU completed its
two-game, season-opening homestand at
2-0 following a Nov. 17 win over Howard
Payne, 102-60 ... The Wildcats kicked off
their 44th season of women’s basketball on
Nov. 15 with a 91-64 victory over Wayland
Baptist ... ACU has won its last five season
openers and is 27-17 all-time on Opening
Night ... Moody Coliseum is in its 46th year
of hosting basketball at ACU, with the first
men’s game played here on Feb. 27, 1968
... The Wildcats’ history as a program dates
all the way the back to 1971-72 and has
only called six individuals head coach ... The
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Wildcats’ all-time home record is 364-120
(.752).
BRING THE PAYNE: ACU hit the century
mark for the first time this season and
48th in program history Nov. 17 with its
dominating 102-60 victory over Howard
Payne ... The Wildcats outscored Howard
Payne 20-6 in the opening five minutes
of the contest and coasted from there
as freshman Madison Parker (15) and
sophomores Alexis Mason (24), Suzzy
Dimba (17), Lizzy Dimba (15) and Sydney
Shelstead (14) all scored in double figures
... The Wildcats shot 51.4 percent from the
field (37 of 72), including 41.7 percent from
3-point range (10 of 24).
AN OSCAR FOR MADISON: In just her
second collegiate game, freshman Madison
Parker posted a double-double off the
bench with 15 points on 5-9 shooting (2-3
3-point range) and 12 rebounds (6 offensive)
... Her 12 rebounds led the team as she
became the first Wildcat to lead the team in
rebounding other than Suzzy or Lizzy Dimba
since December of last season – breaking
the Dimbas’ streak at 18 games.
SWEET CHARITY: The Wildcats began
their win over Howard Payne with 18
consecutive successful free-throw attempts
as they finished the game 18-19 (.947) with
the lone miss coming from Suzzy Dimba
with 3:35 remaining ... ACU’s free throw
streak was its best since knocking down
17 straight on March 4, 2010 vs. Central
Oklahoma (31-33) ... The Wildcats also
made 17 straight FTs to end the West Texas
A&M game played on Feb. 7, 2008 ... More
recently, the Wildcats had a 15-of-15 free
throw game at St. Edward’s in Dec. of 2012
and made 15 of 16-second half free throws
to finish a Jan. 5, 2013 game at Cameron,
19 for 20.
FLYING QUEENS GROUNDED: During
ACU’s season-opening 91-64 win vs.
Wayland Baptist the Wildcats held the Flying
Queens to .323 shooting (.091 3-pointer)
and scored 38 points off the opposition’s
29 turnovers ... WBU’s 52 rebounds were
the most by an ACU opponent since Texas
A&M-Kingsville pulled down 60 on Feb.
19, 2012 ... Tulsa recorded a opponent
season high 50 last season as did several
foes during the 2012-13 season ... LaTericka
Anderson had 17 rebounds, which were the
most by an ACU opponent since Tarleton
State’s Kiara Wright had games of 19 and
23 vs. the Wildcats on Dec. 8, 2012 and
Feb. 9, 2013 ... The 29 turnovers forced by
ACU were its most since reaching that same
total last year at North Texas on Nov. 23,
2013.
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT: Head coach Julie
Goodenough introduced her 2015 recruiting
class the week of Nov. 10 ... Coming to
join the Wildcats’ next season are Shelby
Jones (Clovis, N.M./Clovis HS), McKenzie
Martin (Allen, Texas / Allen HS), Breklyn
Wentz (Lubbock, Texas / Trinity Christian
) and Sara Williamson (Rockwall, Texas /
Rockwall HS) ... Martin and Williamson
are both coming to ACU from the Dallas/
Fort Worth Metroplex, while Wentz - a
native of Lubbock - is the younger sister of
junior Parker Wentz of the Wildcats’ men’s
basketball team ... Jones grew up in the
Eastern New Mexico hamlet of Clovis.
IT’S LIKE, YOU KNOW, WHATEVER:
Despite posting a winning 8-6 record
during its first year as a NCAA DI member
of the Southland Conference and returning
five players with starting experience, the
Southland Conference voters picked Abilene
Christian to finish eighth in the preseason
poll ... The Wildcats also failed to land any
players on the all-preseason first or second
teams even though sophomore Suzzy Dimba
was the lone freshman last season named to
an all-defensive team alongside five seniors
... Stephen F. Austin is expected to repeat as
conference champion ... The Ladyjacks were
followed by Northwestern State, Lamar,
Central Arkansas and McNeese, Nicholls,
Corpus Christi, Houston Baptist, Sam
Houston State, Southeastern La., Incarnate
Word and New Orleans.
ALL-CONFERENCE HONOREES: Suzzy
Dimba and Renata Marquez were Southland
Conference honorable mentions in 2013-14
... Dimba also was one of just five studentathletes – and the only first-year player
– tabbed to the conference’s all-defensive
team.
MAKING THE GRADE: Renata Marquez
was the lone Wildcat named to the
Southland Conference all-academic (second)
team, but was one of nine tabbed to the
league’s Commissioner’s Honor Roll ...
Joining her on this list were current Wildcats
Lizzy and Suzzy Dimba, Katelyn Goodman,
Sydney Shelstead and Whitney West.
2013-14 RECORD BREAKDOWN: The
Wildcats went 18-12 and 8-6 during their
first season as NCAA DI members of the
Southland Conference to lift their alltime program record to 746-464 (.617) in
1,210 games played ... ACU went 11-3 at
Moody Coliseum and 7-9 on the road ...
3-7 on Saturdays and 4-8 on weekends
... 14-4 during midweek games, including
4-0 on Tuesdays and 6-2 on Thursdays
... 6-4 in day games and 12-8 in night
games ... The Wildcats are 26-23 all-time
vs. last season’s Southland Conference
opponents: 0-1 vs. Central Arkansas, 1-0
vs. Houston Baptist,14-8 vs. Incarnate
Word, 0-1 vs. Lamar, 0-1 vs. McNeese, 1-0
vs. New Orleans, 1-0 vs. Nicholls, 0-1 vs.
Northwestern State, 1-0 vs. Oral Roberts,
1-1 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 7-5 vs. Sam
Houston State, 0-4 vs. Stephen F. Austin and
0-1 vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.
2013-14 POTPOURRI: ACU’s sweep of
Incarnate Word in 2013-14 was its first
since 2006-07 ... ACU’s 96 points at
Southeastern Louisiana were their most
against a Southland team last season and
most against a conference opponent – in
a regulation game – since scoring 93 vs.
Texas A&M-Commerce in 2012 ... ACU’s
111 points vs. Texas Lutheran were the most
scored by a Southland Conference team in
a single game ... The Wildcats also recorded
conference team highs in field goals made
(41) and attempted (89), 3-point field goals
(18) and attempts (50) and assists (30).
FAB FRESHMEN: ACU had eight freshmen
on last year’s team who combined for 1,435
points through 30 games ... That total
accounts for 62.8 percent of the Wildcats’
2,285 points ... Here’s a listing of the topfive freshman classes in terms of scoring in
addition to number of games played and
freshman scoring per game:
1. .....North Carolina – 1,821 points (62.5%)
37g (42.9 ppg)
2. ................ Indiana – 1,466 points (61.9%)
34g (43.1 ppg)
3. .................. ACU – 1,435 points (62.8%)
30g (47.8 ppg)
4. UNC Wilmington – 1,199 points (70.3%)
32g (37.5 ppg)
5. .............. Arkansas – 1048 points (52.4%)
30g (34.9 ppg)
THREE’S COMPANY: The Wildcats made
291 3-pointers on 873 attempts through
30 games, in 2013-14 easily shattering the
team records of 236 and 712 set in 2012-13
... ACU’s number of 3-pointers made and
attempted rank third in the NCAA along
with its average of 3-pointers made per
game at 9.7 behind Sacramento State (12.4)
and Florida Gulf Coast (10.2) ... ACU’s 291
treys ranked behind five schools ... In the
Feb. 18, 2014 game vs. Arlington Baptist,
half of ACU’s 108 points were scored from
3-point range as the team set two program
records with 18 3-point buckets on 50
attempts (.360) … The old records of 17
and 46 were set vs. Texas Lutheran on Nov.
8, 2014 ... ACU’s 16 3-point attempts vs.
Florida Atlantic on Dec. 20 , 2013 and at
UTSA on Jan. 4, 2014 were a season low.
UNBEATEN ON ESPN3: ACU was 2-0 last
year when its games were broadcast via
ESPN3 ... The Wildcats won their debut
game on ESPN3 vs. Sam Houston State
on Jan. 25, 73-67, at Moody Coliseum ...
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ACU’s second-half comeback at Incarnate
Word in a 73-67 win was broadcast by
the Worldwide Leader in Sports a few
weeks later on Feb. 13 ... ACU will not
be on ESPN3 this season until Feb. 21 at
Southeastern Louisiana.
and finished with 19 points.
SENSATIONAL SIX: ACU had six players hit
double figures for the third time in 2013-14
during their March 3 win at Southeastern
Louisiana ... Lizzy Dimba and Alexis
Mason shared the team high of 16 points
followed by Suzzy Dimba, Whitney West
and Renata Marquez with 15 ... Sydney
Shelstead contributed 14 points off the
bench in 19 minutes on 6-of-8 shooting ...
ACU previously had six players with 10 or
more points on Feb 18 vs. Arlington Baptist
­– Marquez (32), Lizzy Dimba (18), Mason
(14), Suzzy Dimba (13), Jessica Elkins (11)
and West (11) – and on Nov. 19, 2013 vs.
Northwood ... Shelstead led the Wildcats
that night with 20 points followed by
Marquez (16), Mason (15), Elkins (12) and
Suzzy Dimba (10) ... Prior to this season, the
last six ACU players to accomplish this feat
were Jamie Meyer (20), Jody Meyer (12),
Autumn Whitaker (16), Kelsey Darby-Holson
(10), Kat Kundmueller (11) and Cecilee Perez
(11) at SE Oklahoma on Jan. 10, 2009.
DOUBLE TRIO: Suzzy Dimba, Alexis Mason
and Renata Marquez pulled off a rare feat
during their game vs. Lamar on Jan. 23
as all scored over 20 points ... It’s believed
they’re the first ACU trio to accomplish
this since Jan. 3, 2009 when Jamie Meyer
(22), Audrey Maxwell-Lively (28) and Jody
Meyer (20) led the Wildcats to a 104-95 win
against Texas A&M-Commerce at Moody
Coliseum.
NO FOULING AROUND: ACU recorded
its fewest fouls of the 2013-14 season
vs. Oral Roberts with eight ... Two players
had two, while four others had just one
... The Wildcats’ foul total was among
the lowest in the Southland Conference
last season (Central Arkansas had six vs.
Houston Baptist) ... ACU last committed
fewer than 10 fouls in a game last season
vs. Southwestern Adventist (6); however,
prior to that game ACU was last kept under
10 fouls in a November 2002 game vs.
Incarnate Word (8).
REINING IN THE MAVERICKS: ACU
celebrated its first win over a NCAA D-I
program in 20 years on Nov. 27 in Arlington
as the Wildcats held on to defeat the UTA
Mavericks, 79-72 ... Prior to this victory,
ACU had not defeated a D-I school since
1993 when they edged Idaho State, 75-74
... Renata Marquez made 10 field goals to
lead the Wildcats with 26 points and 12
rebounds for her third double-double of the
season ... Whitney West blocked three shots
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A TRIPLE DOUBLE-DOUBLE: The Wildcats
pulled off a rare feat in their win over
Northwood as three players registered a
double-double: Sydney Shelstead (20/10),
Renata Marquez (16/10) and Suzzy Dimba
(10/11) ... ACU had 17 double-doubles
on the season with Suzzy Dimba at 11,
Marquez with five and Sydney Shelstead
with two ... The last time two Wildcats
recorded a double-double was during its
triple-overtime, 111-105, loss to Central
Oklahoma (Jody and Jamie Meyer) on
March 4, 2010 ... In a regulation game,
however, you have to go all the way back
to January of 2009 to find the last time
two Wildcats had a double-double – and
that was Jody Meyer (20/13) and Audrey
Maxwell-Livey (28/11) in the Commerce
game that immediately preceded ACU’s
4 overtime clash vs. Texas Woman’s ... In
that lengthy contest, double-doubles were
posted by Maxwell-Lively (18/12) and both
Meyer sisters ... Jody had 17/13 and Jamie
had 49/14.
SHOOT TO THRILL: The Wildcats shot an
impressive .557 percent from the field in
their 87-41 win vs. Angelo State on Nov.
14, 2014 connecting on 34-of-61 shots,
including 13 3-pointers ... Their shooting
percentage was a team-best under secondyear head coach Julie Goodenough and
highest since a Dec. 2010 game vs. East
Central, in which the Wildcats recorded the
same exact number of baskets and attempts
... The last time ACU shot better than 60
percent was in Jan. of 2010 at CSU-Pueblo.
OLD GUARD: ACU has the luxury of
returning five letterwinners - all of whom
were starters - from last season’s 18 win
team: junior Whitney West and sophomores
Lizzy and Suzzy Dimba, Alexis Mason
and Sydney Shelstead ... This quintet was
responsible for producing 1570 points, 718
rebounds, 293 assists, 190 steals and 86
blocks in 3869 minutes played.
NEW PIECES: The Wildcats’ recruiting class
consists of three high school players and
junior college transfers Ellyn Avery and Paris
Webb ... She and freshman Alyssa Echols of
Pflugerville HS will handle the point guard
position, while Avery gives the Wildcats
another hot 3-point hand along with
Whitney West and Alexis Mason ... Sierra
Allen (6-1) and Madison Parker (5-10) will
play down in the post.
Midwestern State at 16-4 and finished with
an overall mark of 21-7 – the program’s
first 20-win season since 2004-05 ... Her
efforts also resulted in her earning co-Coach
of the Year honors from the LSC as the
Wildcats made their first NCAA postseason
since 2008-09 ... Goodenough won her
300th game on Jan. 15, 2013 vs. Incarnate
Word, after the Wildcats prevailed over
the Cardinals, 76-65 ... The Feb. 1, 2014
game at Northwestern State was Julie
Goodenough’s 50th as ACU’s head coach.
THE FAMER: Second-year assistant coach
Kendra Hassell has been inducted into three
local Halls of Fame since joining the Wildcats
in the spring of 2013 ... In recognition of
her high school (Colorado City, Texas) and
collegiate accomplishments, Hassell was
inducted in the Big Country Athletic Hall
of Fame in May of 2014 and the HardinSimmons Athletics Hall of Fame in July of
2013 ... She was inducted into the American
Southwest Conference in early December of
2014 ... Hassell played for Julie Goodenough
at HSU and later coached with her at
Oklahoma State and Charleston Southern.
NEW COACHES: Julie Goodenough hired
two new assistant coaches this summer:
Kyle Felan and Matt Stine ... Felan comes to
Abilene after spending four seasons working
in several roles for the women’s basketball
coaching staff at Texas A&M University ...
Stine worked with the women’s basketball
programs at Dayton and TCU.
SOUTHLAND BOUND: As second-year
members of the Southland Conference,
Incarnate Word and ACU were not eligible
to win a conference championship during
their D-I transition period ... Pending NCAA
approval, the Wildcats would be fully eligible
beginning with the 2017-18 basketball
season.
ARE YOU SOUTHLAND STRONG?:
The conference motto encompasses a
positive mindset and confident outlook for
everything that happens in the Southland
... It is about competitiveness and success in
the conference, in the NCAA, in professional
sports and many other great achievements
by member institutions and student-athletes
... It is also about being successful in the
classroom and workforce and about great
works by the league’s athletic departments
reaching out and giving back to the local
communities and student-athletes providing
leadership through their endless efforts with
local charity and youth groups.
WILDCATS ARE GOODENOUGH: Julie
Goodenough is at the start of her 21st
season as a collegiate head coach and
third at the helm of the ACU basketball
team ...Her first team shared the Lone
Star Conference regular-season title with
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Where the Wildcats Rank 2014-15
Team Category
Southland NCAA
Scoring Offense................................................... 1st (71.1 ppg).............72nd
Scoring Margin........................................................... 1st (+8.6)..............69th
Scoring Defense.................................................. 4th (62.4 ppg)
2014-15 Awards
Southland Conference
Player of the Week (12/1).......................................................... Whitney West
Honorable Mention Player of the Week (11/17)........................... Suzzy Dimba
Honorable Mention Player of the Week (12/21).................... Sydney Shelstead
Field Goal Percentage................................................ 5th (.403)
Field Goal Percentage (Defense)..................................3rd (.387)
3-Point Field Goal Percentage.................................. 10th (.285)
3-Point Field Goals Made.............................................. 1st (8.2)..............18th
3-Point Field Goal (Defense)........................................ 1st (.294)
Plaza Lights Classic
Whitney West...................................................... All-Tournament Team / MVP
Alexis Mason................................................................. All-Tournament Team
Free Throw Percentage............................................... 6th (.683)
Opponent FT Percentage............................................ 6th (.681)
Rebounding Offense...................................................3rd (41.2)
Rebounding Defense.................................................. 5th (38.1)
Offensive Rebounds.................................................... 1st (15.9)
Defensive Rebounds................................................... 4th (25.3)
Rebounding Margin................................................... 3rd (+3.2)
Turnover Margin........................................................ 5th (1.67)
Assist / Turnover Ratio.................................................3rd (0.83)
Blocked Shots............................................................ 4th (3.39)
Steals........................................................................3rd (11.56)..............15th
Assists....................................................................... 1st (15.17)..............60th
Individual Category
Southland Ellyn Avery
3-Point Field Goals Per Game.....................................22nd (1.2)
NCAA
Alyssa Echols
Assists..................................................................29th (1.8 apg)
Lizzy Dimba
Scoring............................................................. 20th (11.4 ppg)
Rebounding......................................................... 13th (7.1 rpg)
Free Throw Percentage............................................... 8th (.775)
Assists.................................................................42nd (1.4 apg)
Blocks.................................................................22nd (0.6 bpg)
Steals................................................................... 17th (1.7 spg)
Suzzy Dimba
Scoring............................................................. 24th (10.8 ppg)
Rebounding........................................................... 7th (7.9 rpg)
3-Point Field Goals Per Game..................................... 15th (1.4)
Assists..................................................................14th (2.8 apg)
Blocks................................................................... 4th (1.4 bpg)
Steals..................................................................... 3rd (2.6 spg)..............38th
Minutes............................................................. 8th (31.4 mpg)
Alexis Mason
Scoring.............................................................. 21st (11.6 ppg)
Rebounding........................................................ 50th (3.3 ppg)
3-Point Field Goal Percentage.................................... 9th (.281)
3-Point Field Goals Per Game..................................... 12th (1.7)
Assists.................................................................. 21st (2.3 apg)
Sydney Shelstead
Scoring............................................................. 14th (12.5 ppg)
Rebounding.......................................................... 2nd (9.6 rpg)..............53rd
Free Throw Percentage............................................. 14th (.686)
Assists..................................................................39th (1.4 apg)
Minutes............................................................. 8th (31.1 mpg)
Paris Webb
Assists..................................................................30th (1.8 apg)
Whitney West
Scoring.............................................................. 21st (11.4 ppg)
3-Point Field Goals Per Game....................................... 4th (2.3)
3-Point Field Goal Percentage.................................... 9th (.297)
Assists..................................................................11th (2.9 apg)
Steals..................................................................... 9th (2.1 spg)
ACU’s 100-Point Games (49)
Season
Points
2008-09
*147
1995-96
122
1987-88
118
1997-98
116
1994-95
116
1994-95
115
1985-86
112
2013-14
111
1997-98
110
1995-96
110
1995-96
109
1988-89
109
2013-14
108
2012-13
108
1988-89
108
2013-14
105
2009-10
*105
2002-03
105
1995-96
105
1995-96
105
2008-09
104
2003-04
104
1995-96
104
1989-90
104
1985-86
104
1977-78
104
1998-99
103
1994-95
103
1979-80
103
2014-15
102
1990-91
102
1995-96
102
1992-93
*102
1993-94
*102
1988-89
102
1988-89
102
1980-81
102
1985-86
102
1976-77
101
1993-94
101
1993-94
101
2014-15
100
2007-08
100
1979-80
100
1994-95
100
1993-94
100
1978-79
100
1991-92
100
1985-86
100
*overtime
Opponent
Texas Woman’s
Howard Payne
Mary Hardin-Baylor
Texas Woman’s
Ambassador
Texas Woman’s
Mary Hardin-Baylor
Texas Lutheran
Schreiner
Quincy
Central Oklahoma
Alaska Fairbanks
Arlington Baptist
Southwestern Adventist
Texas A&I
Northwood
Central Oklahoma
Oklahoma Panhandle
Angelo State
Tarleton State
A&M-Commerce
A&M-Commerce
Texas Woman’s
Huston-Tillotson
St. Mary’s
McMurry
A&M-Commerce
Central Oklahoma
Tarleton State
Howard Payne
Midwestern State
Midwestern State
Central Oklahoma
Angelo State
UC-Riverside
Angelo State
Midwestern State
Angelo State
West Texas State
West Texas A&M
Texas Woman’s
Southwestern Christian
UT-Permian Basin
Lubbock Christian
Angelo State
North Florida
Cisco
Cameron
Mary Hardin-Baylor
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2014-15 Statsheet
2014-15 ACU Basketball
Abilene Christian Combined Team Statistics (as of Jan 26, 2015)
All games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
33
15
32
12
23
14
02
10
42
22
24
Player
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
Score by Periods
Abilene Christian
Opponents
8
HOME
7-4
1-4
6-0
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
gp-gs
Shelstead, Sydney
Mason, Alexis
Dimba, Lizzy
West, Whitney
Dimba, Suzzy
Avery, Ellyn
Echols, Alyssa
Webb, Paris
Parker, Madison
Allen, Sierra
Goodman, Katelyn
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
OVERALL
10-8
2-5
8-3
18-15
18-18
18-17
18-18
18-17
17-0
18-0
16-5
13-0
16-0
1-0
552
534
514
534
553
215
304
214
107
97
1
18
18
3625
3625
30.7
29.7
28.6
29.7
30.7
12.6
16.9
13.4
8.2
6.1
1.0
ACU
1279
71.1
+8.6
449-1113
.403
148-520
.285
8.2
233-341
.683
12.9
742
41.2
+3.2
273
15.2
329
18.3
+1.7
0.8
208
11.6
61
3.4
9877
11-898
-
1st 2nd
615 659
541 576
OT
5
7
81-147
74-205
66-160
73-201
70-193
27-61
22-54
17-43
11-20
8-29
0-0
.551
.361
.413
.363
.363
.443
.407
.395
.550
.276
.000
.235
.265
.286
.297
.240
.435
.321
.214
.333
.125
.000
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
59-86
29-38
62-80
18-22
30-61
6-10
10-20
7-9
8-9
4-6
0-0
Date
11/15/14
11/17/14
11/19/14
11/24/14
11/28/14
11/29/14
12/03/14
12/15/14
12/20/14
12/22/14
01/04/15
01/07/15
01/11/15
01/14/15
01/17/15
01/22/15
01/24/15
01/26/15
.686
.763
.775
.818
.492
.600
.500
.778
.889
.667
.000
off
Rebounds
def tot avg
NEUTRAL
1-0
0-0
1-0
pf dq
82 91 173 9.6 48
22 37 59 3.3 25
47 81 128 7.1 56
17 27 44 2.4 43
41 101 142 7.9 41
9 22 31 1.8 34
11 23 34 1.9 29
9 15 24 1.5 14
10 23 33 2.5 20
11
9 20 1.3 14
0
0
0 0.0
0
27 27 54
449-1113 .403 148-520 .285 233-341 .683 286 456 742 41.2 324
404-1045 .387 90-306 .294 226-332 .681 236 449 685 38.1 328
OPP
1124
62.4
404-1045
.387
90-306
.294
5.0
226-332
.681
12.6
685
38.1
234
13.0
359
19.9
0.7
193
10.7
55
3.1
13010
6-2069
1-597
4-17
31-117
12-42
41-138
25-104
20-46
9-28
3-14
2-6
1-8
0-0
AWAY
2-4
1-1
1-3
Opponent
WAYLAND BAPTIST
HOWARD PAYNE
at UTSA
EASTERN WASH.
vs George Mason
at Missouri-Kansas City
at Texas Tech
SW CHRISTIAN
AIR FORCE
at Kansas State
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
at Northwestern State
NICHOLLS
at McNeese
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
SAM HOUSTON ST.
INCARNATE WORD
ANGELO STATE
* - Conference game
Totals
1279
1124
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1
1
1
2
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
a
26
41
25
52
51
9
33
29
5
2
0
to blk stl
37
48
44
38
44
31
32
23
16
14
0
2
8 273 329
- 234 359
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
W
Lot
L
W
W
9
2
11
9
25
1
2
0
2
0
0
22
20
30
37
46
10
21
18
3
1
0
pts
avg
225
208
206
205
195
80
63
44
32
21
0
12.5
11.6
11.4
11.4
10.8
4.7
3.5
2.8
2.5
1.3
0.0
61 208 1279
55 193 1124
71.1
62.4
Score
91-64
102-60
57-70
79-72
88-86
80-55
44-61
100-52
80-44
53-68
60-66
56-61
39-63
75-59
69-71
58-63
78-54
70-55
Att.
725
717
410
724
597
247
6477
873
1720
3834
604
413
540
1032
1232
875
1125
742
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2014-15 ACU Basketball
Abilene Christian Combined Team Statistics (as of Jan 26, 2015)
Conference games
RECORD:
ALL GAMES
CONFERENCE
NON-CONFERENCE
##
32
33
12
23
15
10
14
02
22
42
Player
gp-gs
Dimba, Lizzy
Shelstead, Sydney
West, Whitney
Dimba, Suzzy
Mason, Alexis
Webb, Paris
Avery, Ellyn
Echols, Alyssa
Allen, Sierra
Parker, Madison
Team
Total..........
Opponents......
Score by Periods
Abilene Christian
Opponents
208
218
221
223
230
97
74
106
32
16
7
7
1425
1425
29.7
31.1
31.6
31.9
32.9
19.4
10.6
15.1
6.4
4.0
ACU
435
62.1
-0.3
152-419
.363
56-199
.281
8.0
75-114
.658
10.7
295
42.1
+4.4
90
12.9
129
18.4
-1.6
0.7
59
8.4
25
3.6
4376
5-875
-
1st 2nd
200 230
191 239
HOME
1-4
1-4
0-0
Total
3-Point
min avg fg-fga
fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%
7-6
7-5
7-7
7-6
7-7
5-4
7-0
7-0
5-0
4-0
TEAM STATISTICS
SCORING
Points per game
Scoring margin
FIELD GOALS-ATT
Field goal pct
3 POINT FG-ATT
3-point FG pct
3-pt FG made per game
FREE THROWS-ATT
Free throw pct
F-Throws made per game
REBOUNDS
Rebounds per game
Rebounding margin
ASSISTS
Assists per game
TURNOVERS
Turnovers per game
Turnover margin
Assist/turnover ratio
STEALS
Steals per game
BLOCKS
Blocks per game
ATTENDANCE
Home games-Avg/Game
Neutral site-Avg/Game
OVERALL
2-5
2-5
0-0
OT
5
7
29-66
28-54
24-80
21-73
19-67
10-27
10-24
7-18
3-9
1-1
.439 8-19
.519 0-5
.300 16-57
.288 9-43
.284 8-39
.370 3-8
.417 8-17
.389 3-9
.333 1-2
1.000
0-0
152-419 .363 56-199
153-385 .397 39-121
OPP
437
62.4
153-385
.397
39-121
.322
5.6
92-142
.648
13.1
264
37.7
83
11.9
118
16.9
0.7
72
10.3
21
3.0
1445
2-722
0-0
.421
.000
.281
.209
.205
.375
.471
.333
.500
.000
F-Throw
ft-fta
ft%
15-23
23-34
4-5
12-29
11-11
1-1
1-2
4-4
2-3
2-2
.281 75-114
.322 92-142
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
AWAY
1-1
1-1
0-0
Date
01/04/15
01/07/15
01/11/15
01/14/15
01/17/15
01/22/15
01/24/15
.652
.676
.800
.414
1.000
1.000
.500
1.000
.667
1.000
.658
.648
off
NEUTRAL
0-0
0-0
0-0
Rebounds
def tot avg
24 33 57
33 37 70
9 15 24
14 38 52
8 20 28
7
6 13
4
5
9
6
7 13
6
2
8
0
1
1
12
8 20
123 172 295
91 173 264
8.1
10.0
3.4
7.4
4.0
2.6
1.3
1.9
1.6
0.3
pf dq
a
to blk stl
avg
1
0
2
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
6
9
16
22
14
10
2
11
0
0
81
79
68
63
57
24
29
21
9
4
11.6
11.3
9.7
9.0
8.1
4.8
4.1
3.0
1.8
1.0
42.1 128
37.7 119
5
-
90 129 25 59 435
83 118 21 72 437
62.1
62.4
Opponent
CENTRAL ARKANSAS
at Northwestern State
NICHOLLS
at McNeese
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
SAM HOUSTON ST.
INCARNATE WORD
L
L
L
W
Lot
L
W
18 6 11
15 3 6
13 4 9
17 10 16
22 0 6
7 0 5
13 1 2
16 1 4
6 0 0
2 0 0
pts
26
20
23
16
9
4
12
12
4
2
Score
60-66
56-61
39-63
75-59
69-71
58-63
78-54
Att.
604
413
540
1032
1232
875
1125
* - Conference game
Totals
435
437
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Series Records vs. 2014-15 Opponents
Wayland Baptist leads ACU 4-12
Season
ACUWBU
1971-72 3743
1977-78 5969
6974
1978-79 8472
1979-80 4477
1983-84 6466
1984-85 6263
1985-86 8995
1986-87 5587
1990-91 6672
6373
1991-92 5368
1992-93 5683
1998-99 9079
2013-14 7959
2014-15 9164
ACU leads Howard Payne 23-4
Season ACUHPU
1975-76 7646
7850
1977-78 7440
5248
1978-79 9435
7955
6163
1979-80 9259
6852
1980-81 7958
7348
1981-82 5659
8543
1982-83 6075
5661
7664
1983-84 6361
7064
1984-85
72
68 (OT)
7957
7050
1985-86 6254
7669
1986-87 7974
9868
1995-96 12242
2014-15 10261
UT-San Antonio leads ACU 2-0
Season
ACUUTSA
2013-14 5863
2014-15 5770
ACU leads Eastern Washington 1-0
Season
ACUEWU
2014-15 7972
ACU leads George Mason 1-0
Season
ACUEWU
2014-15 8886
10
ACU leads UM Kansas City 1-0
Season
ACUUMKC
2014-15 8055
Texas Tech leads ACU 18-7
Season ACUTTU
1971-72 3440
3836
1972-73 3137
4238
2353
2937
1973-74 4445
45
49 (OT)
3237
1974-75 5546
6336
1975-76 6345
5657
6977
1976-77 3848
5168
1977-78 6788
7482
6492
1978-79 8567
1979-80 6176
1982-83 6478
4895
2013-14 5857
2014-15 4461
ACU leads Southwestern Christian 1-0
Season ACUSCU
2014-15 10052
ACU leads Air Force 4-0
Season ACUAFA
1983-84 5851
1984-85 8261
1986-87 8669
2014-15 8044
Kansas State leads ACU 1-0
Season ACUKSU
2014-15 6853
ACU leads Angelo State 53-35
Season
ACUASU
1975-76 5544
7062
6961
1976-77 6476
4254
1977-78 9558
9077
1978-79 7464
8183
8488
7762
1979-80 5961
7779
1980-81 8278
8557
1981-82
1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
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6357
6974
5976
7268
6152
9371
7558
6866
6664
9169
7980
10256
6864
75
82 (OT)
7561
7067
7065
6865
6979
10287
9279
8388
5759
7984
6274
8178
7972
6671
7559
5375
102
99 (OT)
6979
9168
10066
9145
10552
8846
8951
8544
9160
8759
8470
9078
8165
5287
7770
7281
7176
6378
4665
6371
5553
8369
7566
6174
6883
5574
7664
4963
7274
7767
6949
5964
5257
Series Records vs. 2014-15 Opponents
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
7764
6367
6268
7482
6475
5339
7465
8741
7055
Central Arkansas leads ACU 2-0
Season
ACUUCA
2013-14 5467
2014-15 6066
Northwestern State leads ACU 2-0
Season
ACUNWST
2013-14 7276
2014-15 5661
ACU and Nicholls tied 1-1
Season
ACUNICH
2013-14 7862
2014-15 3963
ACU and McNeese tied 1-1
Season
ACUMCN
2013-14 6471
2014-15 7559
Stephen F. Austin leads ACU 5-0
Season ACUSFA
1972-73 3449
1974-75 3775
1977-78
80113
2013-14 5980
2014-15
69
71 (OT)
2007-08 5159
7167
2008-09 6853
5775
2009-10 6393
4460
2010-11 7458
6954
2011-12 5868
7659
2012-13 7665
5368
2013-14 7367
9079
2014-15 7854
ACU leads Houston Baptist 1-0
Season
ACUHBU
2013-14 8270
Lamar leads ACU 1-0
Season ACULU
2013-14 8385
Southeastern La. and ACU tied at 1-1
Season ACUSLU
1978-79
69104
2013-14 9682
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi leads ACU 1-0
Season
ACUAMCC
2013-14 7174
ACU leads New Orleans 1-0
Season
ACUUNO
2013-14 8844
ACU leads Sam Houston 7-6
Season
ACUSHSU
1980-81 8140
1981-82 5163
6265
6275
1982-83 6764
7860
4450
8057
1983-84 8465
6147
5157
2013-14 7367
2014-15 5863
ACU leads Incarnate Word 15-8
Season ACUUIW
1993-94 9765
2000-01 6476
2002-03 6947
2004-05 6479
2005-06 7351
6644
2006-07 8062
6755
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Wildcats By The Numbers
Season Games In Double Figures
Whitney West
10
Suzzy Dimba
11
Alexis Mason
8
Lizzy Dimba
11
Sydney Shelstead
13
Ellyn Avery
1
Madison Parker
1
Paris Webb
1
Career
36
30
27
26
25
1
1
1
Games With 5 Fouls
Suzzy Dimba
Lizzy Dimba
Sydney Shelstead
Whitney West
Ellyn Avery
Alexis Mason
1
1
1
2
2
1
7
6
4
3
2
2
Double Doubles
Suzzy Dimba
Sydney Shelstead
Lizzy Dimba
Madison Parker
6
7
4
1
17
9
4
1
Home-Away-Neutral
Category HAN
Record 7-42-41-0
Points Per Game 75.1
60.8
88.0
Points Allowed 60.4
62.3
86.0
Point Differential +14.7
-1.5
+2.0
FG% .404 .384
.486
3FG% .290.263.346
FT% .683.684.692
Opponent FG% .384 .389
.395
Opponent 3FG% .305 .278
.292
Opponent FT% .701 .636
.714
Rebound Avg. 43.6
36.7
42.0
Off. Rebound Avg. 17.9
12.8
12.0
Def. Rebound Avg. 25.7
23.9
30.0
Opp. Rebound Avg. 36.6
39.0
48.0
Rebound Margin +7.0
-2.3
-6.0
Fouls Per Game 18.1
18.2
16.0
Assists Per Game 16.3
13.2
15.0
Turnovers Per Game 17.8
19.3
17.0
Steals Per Game
12.4
10.7
8.0
Blocks Per Game 3.5
2.8
5.0
Games With 20+ Points
Alexis Mason
Whitney West
Suzzy Dimba
Sydney Shelstead Lizzy Dimba
3
3
–
1
–
6
5
2
2
1
Games With 10+ Rebounds
Suzzy Dimba
Sydney Shelstead
Lizzy Dimba
Madison Parker
6
7
5
1
21
11
8
1
Games With 5+ Assists
Whitney West
Alexis Mason
Alyssa Echols
Suzzy Dimba
Lizzy Dimba
Madison Parker
3
–
3
2
–
1
11
3
3
3
1
1
Games With 5+ Steals
Whitney West
Alyssa Echols
Lizzy Dimba
Suzzy Dimba
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Games With 3+ Blocked Shots
Suzzy Dimba
4
Whitney West
1
Sydney Shelstead
1
10
3
1
Games With 3+ Three-Pointers
Whitney West
8
Alexis Mason
4
Suzzy Dimba
3
Ellyn Avery
1
Lizzy Dimba
1
30
17
7
1
1
12
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Complete Games (40+ minutes)
Lizzy Dimba
1
Suzzy Dimba
1
Alexis Mason
1
Sydney Shelstead
1
1
1
1
1
Starters Vs. Bench
ACUOpp. ACUOpp.
Starter Starter Bench Bench
Pts. Pts. Pts. Pts. ACU ‘s Record When It ...
WBU 69502214 Plays at home..........................................7-4
HPU 79412319 Plays on the road ....................................2-4
UTSA 41571613 Plays at a neutral site...............................1-0
EWU 697010 2 Wins the game before.............................6-4
GMU 8653 233 Loses the game before.............................4-4
UMKC 68451210 Leads at the half......................................8-2
TTU 315513 6 Trails at the half.......................................2-6
SCU 79262126 Leads with 2:00 left in regulation...........10-3
AFA 63271717 Trails with 2:00 left in regulation..............0-5
KSU 5043 325 Tied with 2:00 left in regulation...............0-0
UCA 495711 9 Shoots 50% or better..............................2-0
NWST49
5279
Shoots less than 50%..............................8-8
NICH 28411122 Opponent shoots 50% or better..............0-1
MCN 51392420 Shoots better than opponent ..................9-0
SFA 44572514 Shoots worse than opponent...................1-8
SHSU 455513 8 Makes more FT than opponent................5-3
UIW 54252429 Makes equal or less FT.............................5-5
ASU 35333522 Outrebounds opponent...........................8-6
HBU
Is outrebounded......................................2-2
LU
Commits more TO’s than opponent.........3-4
LU
Commits equal or less TO’s than opp.......7-4
SLU
Scores more bench points........................6-5
SHSU
Scores less or equal bench points.............4-3
AMCC
Plays a nationally ranked team.................0-0
SLU
Plays on national/regional television.........0-0
HBU
Plays on Friday, Saturday, Sunday.............5-3
UNO
Plays on weekday.....................................5-5
UIW
Margin is 5 points or fewer......................1-3
AMCC
Margin is between 6 and 10....................1-1
Totals 990826289298 Margin is between 11 and 20..................2-3
Avg. ppg 55.045.916.116.6 Margin is between 21 and 30..................3-1
Pct. 77.473.522.626.5 Margin is between 31 and 40..................1-0
Margin is more than 40...........................2-0
Scores 59 points or fewer........................0-6
Scores between 60 and 69.......................0-2
Scores between 70 and 79.......................4-0
Scores between 80 and 89.......................3-0
Scores 90 points or more ........................3-0
Holds opponent to fewer than 40............0-0
Holds opponent to fewer than 50............1-0
Holds opponent to fewer than 60............5-0
Holds opponent to fewer than 70............2-6
Opponent scores 70 or more...................2-2
2014-15 Abilene Christian Game Results & Leaders
Date
Opponent
Result
Att.
Scoring Leader
Rebounds Leader
11/15
Wayland Baptist
W, 91-64
725
Mason (19)
S. Dimba (11)
11/17
Howard Payne
W, 102-60
717
Mason (24)
Parker (12)
11/19
UT San Antonio
L, 57-70
410
L. Dimba (13)
L. Dimba / Shelstead (8)
11/24
Eastern Washington
W, 79-72
724
L. Dimba (18)
Shelstead (18)
S. Dimba (18) / Shelstead (18)
11/28
George Mason
W, 88-86
597
Mason (28)
S. Dimba (12)
11/29
UM Kansas City
W, 80-55
247
West (24)
L. Dimba (10)
12/3
Texas Tech
L, 44-6
6477
L. Dimba (10)
S. Dimba (8)
12/15
Southwestern Christian
W, 100-52
873
Mason (22)
Shelstead (8) / Mason (8)
S. Dimba (8) / Parker (8)
12/20
Air Force
W, 80-44
1720
Shelstead (16)
L. Dimba/Shelstead (12)
12/22
Kansas State
L, 53, 68
3834
West (19)
S. Dimba (9)
1/4
Central Arkansas
L, 60-66
604
L. Dimba (19)
Shelstead (11)
1/7
Northwestern State
L, 56-61
413
S. Dimba (19)
Shelstead (13)
1/11
Nicholls
L, 39-63
540
Shelstead (11)
L. Dimba (12)
1/14
McNeese
W, 75-59
1032
Shelstead (19)
Shelstead (14)
1/17
Stephen F. Austin
L, 69-71 (OT)
1232
L. Dimba (17)
L. Dimba (10)
1/22
Sam Houston State
L, 58-63
875
West (23)
S. Dimba (10)
1/24
Incarnate Word
W, 78-54
1125
Mason (17)
S. Dimba (15)
1/26
Angelo State
W, 70-55
742
Shelstead (21)
Shelstead (12)
1/29
Houston Baptist
1/31Lamar
2/5Lamar
2/7
Southeastern La.
2/12
Sam Houston State
2/18
A&M-Corpus Christi
2/21
Southeastern La.
2/25
Houston Baptist
2/28
New Orleans
3/5
Incarnate Word
3/7
A&M-Corpus Christi
2014-15 Starting Lineups
Date
Opponent
11/15
Wayland Baptist
11/17
Howard Payne
11/19
UT San Antonio
11/24
Eastern Washington
11/28
George Mason
11/29
UM Kansas City
12/3
Texas Tech
12/15
Southwestern Christian
12/20
Air Force
12/22
Kansas State
1/4
Central Arkansas
1/7
Northwestern State
1/11
Nicholls
1/14
McNeese
1/17
Stephen F. Austin
1/22
Sam Houston State
1/24
Incarnate Word
1/26
Angelo State
1/29
Houston Baptist
1/31Lamar
2/5Lamar
2/7
Southeastern La.
2/12
Sam Houston State
2/18
A&M-Corpus Christi
2/21
Southeastern La.
2/25
Houston Baptist
2/28
New Orleans
3/5
Incarnate Word
3/7
A&M-Corpus Christi
Players
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), S. Dimba (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), Webb (G), S. Dimba (F), L. Dimba (F)
Mason (G), West (G), Webb (G), S. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), Webb (G), L. Dimba (F), Shelstead (C)
Mason (G), West (G), Webb (G), S. Dimba (F), L. Dimba (F)
Mason (G), West (G), Webb (G), S. Dimba (F), L. Dimba (F)
Assists Leader
Echols (5)
West/Parker (5)
Echols (3)
Shelstead (4)
S. Dimba (4)
Webb (4)
West / Echols (2)
West (7)
S. Dimba (5)
S. Dimba/Mason (4)
Mason (4)
Echols (5)
S. Dimba (3)
S. Dimba
L. Dimba/ West (4)
L. Dimba / West (2)
West (3)
S. Dimba (6)
West (6)
Lineup Record (Overall)
1-0 (1-0)
2-0 (2-0)
2-1 (2-1)
3-1 (3-1)
4-1 (4-1)
5-1 (5-1)
5-2 (5-2)
6-2 (6-2)
7-2 (7-2)
7-3 (7-3)
7-4 (7-4)
7-5 (7-5)
7-6 (7-6)
1-0 (8-6)
0-1 (8-7)
0-1 (8-8)
2-0 (9-8)
3-0 (10-8)
Number of different lineups: - 4
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2014-15 Highs & Lows
Abilene ChristianOpponent
Total Points
High
102
vs. Howard Payne (11/17)
86
George Mason (11/28)
Low
39
vs. Nicholls (1/11)
44
Air Force (12/20)
Points, 1st Half
High
Low
52
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(2x) last: vs. SW Christian (12/15) vs. Nicholls (1/11)
45
15
Eastern Washington (11/24)
Northwestern State (1/7)
Points, 2nd Half
High
Low
51
23
vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15)
at Texas Tech (12/3)
53
20
George Mason (11/28)
(2x) last: McNeese (1/14)
FG Made
High
Low
37
11
vs. Howard Payne (11/17)
at Texas Tech (12/3))
32
15
George Mason (11/28)
Air Force (12/20)
FG Attempted
High
Low
75
39
vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15)
at Texas Tech (12/3)
81
45
George Mason (11/28)
(2x) last: Angelo State (1/26)
FG Percentage
3-pt. FG Made
High
Low
.514
.275
High
Low
15
3
vs. SW Christian (12/15) vs. Nicholls (1/11)
10
0
Nicholls (1/11)
Air Force (12/20)
3-pt. FG Attempted
High
Low
42
22
vs. SW Christian (12/15) (3x) last: at McNeese (1/14)
27
11
McNeese (1/14)
Wayland Baptist (11/15)
3-pt. FG Percentage
High
Low
.417
.136
FT Made
High
Low
24
5
vs. Air Force (12/20)
at Kansas State (12/22)
21
3
Wayland Baptist (11/15)
vs. Nicholls (1/11)
FT Attempted
High
Low
33
8
vs. Air Force (12/20)
(2x) last: at Kansas State (12/22)
29
8
UTSA (11/19)
Eastern Washington (11/24)
FT Percentage
High
Low
.947
.533
Off. Rebounds
High
Low
24
6
vs. Air Force (12/20)
at Texas Tech (12/3)
21
8
Texas Tech (12/3)
(3x) last: Angelo State (1/26)
Def. Rebounds
High
Low
36
20
vs. SW Christian (12/15) (3x) last: vs. Angelo State (1/26)
36
17
Wayland Baptist (11/15)
Kansas State (12/22)
Total Rebounds
High
Low
55
26
vs. SW Christian (12/15) at Texas Tech (12/3)
52
28
Wayland Baptist (11/15)
(2x): last: Kansas State (12/22)
Assists
Steals
Blocks
High
High
High
24
18
6
vs. SW Christian (12/15) (2x) last vs. Air Force (12/20)
(2x) last vs. Incarnate Word (1/24)
24
24
7
Eastern Washington (11/24)
Kansas State (12/22)
Nicholls (1/11)
Turnovers
High
Low
31
9
vs. Nicholls (1/11)
vs. Air Force (12/20)
29
9
Wayland Baptist (11/15)
McNeese (1/14)
Personal Fouls
High
Low
26
11
vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15)
vs. SW Christian (12/15) 27
12
Texas Tech (12/3)
Kansas State (12/22)
Points
FG Made
FG Attempted
28
10
21
Mason vs. George Mason (11/28)
Mason vs. George Mason (11/28)
West at UMKC (11/29)
28
10
21
Robertson – Sam Houston State (1/22)
Roberts – Stephen F. Austin (1/17)
(2x) last: Brown – George Mason (11/28)
3-pt. FG Made
3-pt. FG Attempts
5
13
(3x) last: West vs. Sam Houston State (1/22)
S. Dimba at Northwestern State (1/7)
6
10
Robertson – Sam Houston State (1/22)
(2x) last: Robertson – Sam Houston (1/22)
FT Made
FT Attempted
Rebounds
Assists
Steals
Blocks
8
11
(2x) last: L. Dimba vs. Air Force (12/20)
L. Dimba at Texas Tech (12/3)
8
10
Robertson – Sam Houston State (1/22)
(3x) last: Robertson – Sam Houston (1/22)
18
7
7
4
Shelstead vs. E. Washington (11/24)
West vs. SW Christian (12/15) West at Kansas State (12/22)
S. Dimba (3x) last vs. Angelo State (1/26)
17
7
7
3
Anderson – Wayland Baptist (11/15)
(2x) last: J. Johnson – McNeese (1/14)
(2x) last: Ross – Stephen F. Austin (1/17)
(3x) last: Roberts – Stephen F. Austin (1/17)
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vs. Howard Payne (11/17)
vs. Nicholls (1/11)
vs. Howard Payne (11/17)
vs. Nicholls (1/11)
vs. Howard Payne (11/17)
vs. Sam Houston State (1/22)
.500
.300
.526
.000
.875
.333
Kansas State (12/22)
Air Force (12/20)
Nicholls (1/11)
Air Force (12/20)
Air Force (12/20)
Nicholls (1/11)
2014-15 Game-By-Game Stats
Date 11/15
Opp. Wayland Baptist
ACU
Pts 64
91
FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct 2165 .323
111 .091
3375 .440
936 .250
FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2128 .750 163652
1629 .552 153146
PF
A TO Blk Stl 1-2-OT
211029 0 8 26-38
262117 114 40-51
11/17
11/19
Howard Payne
ACU
60
102
2360 .383
3772 .514
315 .200
1024 .417
1116 .688
1819 .947
131831
182644
191028 311
182121 215
24-36
52-50
ACU
UTSA
57
70
1651 .314
2260 .367
524 .208
618 .333
2030 .667
2029 .690
92433
163046
25 823 518
261025 615
21-36
39-31
11/24
11/28
Eastern Washington
ACU
72
79
3066 .455
2758 .466
614 .429
723 .304
6 8 .750
1826 .692
82331
142943
192417 612
151920 514
45-27
41-38
George Mason
ACU
86
88
3281 .395
3572 .486
724 .292
926 .346
1521 .714
913 .692
192948
123042
171612 312
161517 5 8
33-53
43-45
11/29
12/3
ACU
UMKC
80
55
3273 .438
2055 .364
932 .281
514 .357
7 8 .875
1014 .714
192241
142236
181611 014
141523 5 7
43-37
20-35
ACU
Texas Tech
44
61
1139 .282
2361 .377
522 .227
719 .368
1726 .654
812 .667
62026
212748
17 722 211
271422 112
21-23
36-25
12/15
Southwestern Christian 52
ACU
100
1961 .311
3569 .507
421 .190
1542 .357
1013 .769
1522 .682
82028
193655
171218 2 9
112417 412
26-26
52-48
12/20
Air Force
ACU
44
80
1550 .300
2473 .329
013 .000
838 .211
1416 .875
2433 .727
113041
242549
24 827 1 2
1720 9 518
24-20
36-44
12/22
1/4
ACU
Kansas State
53
68
2146 .457
2856 .500
623 261
620 .300
5 8 .625
615 .400
92130
111728
131729 212
122217 424
27-26
42-26
Central Arkansas
ACU
66
60
2148 .438
2358 .397
613 .462
728 .250
1826 .692
713 .538
102333
142236
16 915 1 7
221215 1 7
29-37
28-32
1/7
ACU
Northwestern State
56
61
1964 .297
2054 .370
837 .216
417 .235
1015 .667
1725 .708
212748
122840
211414 6 4
161212 2 8
28-28
15-46
1/11
Nicholls
ACU
63
39
2562 .403
1451 .275
1019 .526
322 .136
3 9 .333
810 .800
152439
142640
141722 721
151031 4 8
31-32
14-25
1/14
ACU
McNeese
75
59
2960 .483
2466 .364
922 .409
427 .148
811 .727
713 .538
132942
152136
151717 2 5
1313 9 311
36-39
39-20
1/17
Stephen F. Austin
ACU
71
69
2461 .393
2061 .328
417 .235
930 .300
1927 .704
2027 .741
182442
222345
221115 410 27-37-7
20 916 310 30-34-5
1/22
Sam Houston State
ACU
63
58
2145 .467
2060 .333
816 .500
1032 .313
1320 .650
815 .533
92837
182038
161522 2 6
151217 313
29-34
27-31
1/24
1/26
Incarnate Word
ACU
54
78
1849 .367
2765 .415
312 .250
1028 .357
1523 .652
1423 .609
122537
212546
22 623 2 9
201619 612
21-33
37-41
Angelo State
ACU
55
70
1845 .400
2666 .394
616 .375
931 .290
1318 .722
913 .692
82432
182038
131023 3 9
201514 513
35-20
39-31
1/29ACU
Houston Baptist
1/31ACU
Lamar
2/5Lamar
ACU
2/7
Southeastern La.
ACU
2/12ACU
Sam Houston State
2/18
A&M-Corpus Christi
ACU
2/21ACU
Southeastern La.
2/25
Houston Baptist
ACU
2/28ACU
New Orleans
3/5ACU
Incarnate Word
3/7ACU
A&M-Corpus Christi
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Head Coach Julie Goodenough
~ Third Year at Abilene Christian ~
School Record: 49-27 (.645) | Career Record: 338-247 (.578)
Hometown: Haskell, Texas | Family: Husband, Rob, and daughters, Bailey and Macy
Degrees: Associate of Arts in Science from West Texas College
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Bachelor of Arts in exercise and sports studies from Texas-Arlington
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Masters of Education in sports administration from Texas Tech
A veteran head coach with 20 years experience at all three major
collegiate levels (NCAA DI, DII, DIII), Julie Goodenough’s Wildcats’
first year as a NCAA Division I member of the Southland Conference
proved to be a truly uplifting experience for all involved.
The 21 wins represented the program’s highest win total since the
1998-99 team won 24 games, and on Jan. 15, 2013 vs. Incarnate
Word, Goodenough won her 300th game as a collegiate head
coach after the Wildcats prevailed over the Cardinals, 76-65.
The team won 60 percent of its games and among the Wildcats’
18 victories were triumphs over regional rivals Texas Tech and UTArlington, plus eight conference wins that placed ACU seventh out
of 14 teams. The Wildcats were victorious in four of their last five
league games – a stretch that began with an exciting comeback win
at Incarnate Word televised on ESPN3.
Goodenough’s efforts earned her co-Coach of the Year honors from
the Lone Star Conference, making her the sixth Wildcat coach in the
LSC era – Burl McCoy (1982-83, 1984-85 and 1985-86), Suzanne
Fox (1995-96), Wayne Williams (1997-98), and Shawna Lavender
(2007-08) – to earn this prestigious honor.
At season’s end, freshman Suzzy Dimba and senior Renata Marquez
made the Southland Conference’s list of honorable mentions. Dimba
also was the only league freshman voted onto the all-defensive
team.
In an extraordinary season that included 11 double-doubles,
Dimba ended the year ranked sixth in the Southland Conference
in rebounding (9.1 per game), fifth in blocked shots (1.4) and tied
for 13th in steals (1.5). She also averaged 6.7 defensive boards per
game and finished 25th in scoring with 11.3 points per game.
Dimba scored 338 points through 25 starts (11.3 ppg) and her 272
total rebounds were the most recorded by a Wildcat in a single
season since Jody Meyer pulled down 303 in 2009-10.
A student-athlete who was barely recruited out of Conroe (Texas)
High School, Marquez flourished under Goodenough’s coaching
style as she ranked among the Southland Conference’s top-20
leaders in scoring, rebounding, assists and steals. Marquez made
second team all-conference during Goodenough’s first year at ACU
and finished her decorated career with 1,285 career points, 598
rebounds and 298 assists.
Marquez later made the Southland’s all-academic team and was one
of nine Wildcats (out of 12) to make the Southland Conference’s
Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the Spring 2014 semester.
A native of Haskell, Texas, Goodenough became the program’s
sixth head coach on March 27, 2012 and transformed a program
hindered by consecutive losing seasons into conference champions
during her first season on the bench. With many of the same players
coming back from a 12-14 campaign in 2011-12, Goodenough
maximized her roster’s talents throughout the season as the Wildcats
went on to share the Lone Star Conference regular-season title with
Midwestern State at 16-4.
ACU and Goodenough were picked to finish seventh in the LSC
that season, but they instead posted an overall mark of 21-7, which
served as the program’s first 20-win season since 2004-05. The
Wildcats also earned their 12th appearance in the NCAA Division II
South Central Region Tournament and first since 2008-09.
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Several of Goodenough’s players made all-conference with junior
guard Mackenzie Lankford being tabbed to the league’s first team
for the third straight year. Marquez was voted second team and
senior center Kelsey Smith was named honorable mention. Point
guard Whitney West was voted the league’s Freshman of the Year.
As a team, Goodenough’s 2012-13 Wildcats ranked 12th nationally
in scoring offense (74.8 ppg) as they averaged the seventh-most
3-point field goals per game with 8.4. ACU also possessed one
of the best defenses in all of D-II as evidenced by its 16th-ranked
scoring margin (12.7) and 23rd-ranked field goal percentage
defense (.353). Opponents struggled year-round from beyond the
arc, as the Wildcats boasted the third best 3-point field goal defense
(.249).
This past year’s team regularly eclipsed the school’s single-game
three-point records. Overall, ACU connected on 291 of 873 longrange attempts (.333) and on Feb. 18 of 2014 the Wildcats hit a
record 18 treys on 50 attempts. Marquez sank eight three-pointers
to tie a single-game record shared with two others, but set a new
standard for most attempts with 17.
Goodenough’s two-year record at ACU is 49-27 (.645). She passed
the program’s first coach, Dr. Joyce Curtis, for fifth place on the
school’s all-time win list following an 80-44 victory vs Air Force on
Dec. 20, 2014.
A graduate of Texas-Arlington, Goodenough was the head coach
at Hardin-Simmons University from 1993-2002 before going to
Oklahoma State for three seasons. She was then the head coach at
NCAA Division I Charleston Southern from 2006-12.
In her 21 seasons as a head coach, Goodenough is 338-247 (.578)
with 188 of those wins coming in her nine seasons at HSU. She was
23-61 in a short, three-year stint at Oklahoma State and 78-105 in
six seasons at Charleston Southern. However, during her time as the
Buccaneers’ head coach, she registered two of only four winning
seasons in the program’s history, which dates back to the 1976-77
season.
In fact, before Goodenough took over the CSU program, the
Buccaneers had only two winning seasons from 1976-2006, and
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had endured two winless seasons at the NCAA level. She is 48-45
in her last three seasons at CSU and took the Buccaneers to play at
Minnesota in late March in the Women’s Basketball Invitation (WBI)
Tournament. Also, she led the Buccaneers to the semifinals of the Big South
Conference Tournament in 2011-12, only the second time the Bucs
have gone that far in the conference tournament.
At Oklahoma State, Goodenough recruited and coached the Big 12
Newcomer of the Year (Nina Stone, currently a college coach, after
a brief stint playing professionally in Europe), and posted the 19th
best recruiting class in the country in her first full season. Five of
the top 10 largest home crowds in school history occurred during
Goodenough’s tenure, including the largest crowd to ever watch a
home women’s basketball contest.
Goodenough was inducted into the HSU Sports Hall of Fame in
2007 after guiding the Cowgirls to a 188-54 record in her nine
seasons there, leaving as the winningest coach in school history. Her
last four teams advanced to at least the NCAA Division III Sweet 16
and also coached her team to the NAIA national tournament in her
first two seasons.
She captured seven Trans-America Intercollegiate Athletics
Association or American Southwest Conference titles. She also
recruited quality student-athletes as her last seven teams were
named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Honor Roll
as one of the top 25 teams in grade point average in the nation.
Julie Goodenough Year-By-Year
Years School
RecordPostseason
1993-94 Hardin-Simmons
24-4
NAIA Tournament
1994-95 Hardin-Simmons 19-9
NAIA Tournament
1995-96 Hardin-Simmons
15-9
1996-97 Hardin-Simmons
14-11
1997-98 Hardin-Simmons 17-7
1998-99 Hardin-Simmons 24-4
NCAA D-III Sweet 16
1999-00 Hardin-Simmons 27-2
NCAA D-III Elite Eight
2000-01 Hardin-Simmons 22-6
NCAA D-III Sweet 16
2001-02 Hardin-Simmons 26-2
NCAA D-III Sweet 16
2002-03 Oklahoma State 8-21
2003-04 Oklahoma State
8-20
2004-05 Oklahoma State
7-20
2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Charleston Southern 10-20
8-22
12-18
17-14
14-16
17-15
2012-13 Abilene Christian
21-7
2013-14 Abilene Christian
18-12
2014-15 Abilene Christian
10-8
21-Year Coaching Total 338-247 (.578)
WBI
WBI
NCAA D-II Regionals
She coached three all-America selections and 34 all-conference
selections and 46 academic all-conference selections. Her teams
won the first four ASC Conference Tournaments in league history.
She also served as an assistant athletic director and senior women’s
administrator at HSU.
Goodenough and her husband, Rob, have two daughters, Bailey and
Macy. Bailey graduated from Wylie High School in 2014 and is now
attending ACU.
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Coaching Staff
Kendra Hassell
Assistant Coach – 2nd Year
Kendra Hassell – regarded as one of the
best players in Abilene’s women’s collegiate basketball history –returned to the
Key City in the spring of 2013 to serve as
an assistant coach for the Wildcats’ women’s basketball program and head coach
Julie Goodenough.
This is the third time Hassell has coached
on a staff with Goodenough after serving as her graduate assistant
coach at Oklahoma State from 2003-05 and then as her assistant
coach / recruiting coordinator at Charleston Southern from 2006-08.
Hassell also played at Hardin-Simmons University for Goodenough as
Kendra Anderson.
Hassell spent the previous three seasons coaching at Carroll University in Wisconsin where she helped the Pioneers to three straight
winning seasons and coached two Midwestern Conference Player of
the Year award recipients.
Prior to joining the Carroll staff, Hassell spent one season (2009-10)
on the staff at Texas Woman’s University where she was the assistant
coach for former HSU teammate Beth Jillson. She helped lead TWU
to a 15-12 record and 9-5 mark in the Lone Star Conference.
Prior to coaching at TWU, Hassell coached for one season at Fort
Worth Paschal High School, and before that she spent three seasons
working for Goodenough as the recruiting coordinator and assistant
coach at Charleston Southern University.
Kyle Felan
Assistant Coach
1st Year
Kyle Felan is at the start of his first season with
the Abilene Christian women’s basketball team
as an assistant coach. He comes to Abilene
after spending four seasons working in several
roles for the women’s basketball coaching staff
at Texas A&M University.
A native of Uvalde, Texas, Felan assisted the coaches with individual
workouts, practice setups and drills, organizing and coordinating
staff meetings, and handling the logistics for various program
functions ranging from tailgates to recruiting to team road trips.
Felan graduated from Texas A&M in May of 2014 as a Regent
Scholar with a Bachelor of Science degree in sport management and
minored in business administration.
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At CSU Hassell assisted with pre and post season conditioning,
individual workouts, summer camps, fundraising and community
service. She also developed a plan for recruiting, prepared scouting
reports and helped the head coach on game scheduling.
Prior to coaching at Charleston Southern, Hassell was as an assistant coach at Forney High School in Forney, Texas from 2005-2006
and a graduate assistant coach at Oklahoma State University from
2003-2005. She also served as a camp counselor at Hardin-Simmons
University (1999-2002) and Oklahoma State (2003-2004) and camp
director at Bronte High School in 2000 and Graham High School in
2003.
Hassell played four years at Hardin-Simmons University and was
a two-time Kodak First Team All-American, Verizon Academic
All-American and American Southwest Conference Female Athlete
of the Year. She was also named Conference Players of the Year and
Region Player of the Year in 2001, 2002, 2003. Hassell received the
2003 NCAA Texas Woman of the Year honors and selected to the
Division III Hoops All-Decade Team in 2007.
In recognition of her high school (Colorado City, Texas) and collegiate accomplishments, Hassell was inducted in the Big Country
Athletic Hall of Fame in May of 2014 and the Hardin-Simmons
Athletics Hall of Fame in July of 2013. This fall she was inducted in
the American Southwest Conference Hall of Honor.
In 2003, Hassell graduated from Hardin-Simmons with a bachelor
degree in behavioral science. She earned her master’s degree in
exercise science at Oklahoma State in 2005.
Hassell and her husband, Derek, have a daughter, Kaylee.
Matt Stine
Assistant Coach
1st Year
Matt Stine is at the start of his first season as
an assistant coach with the Abilene Christian
women’s basketball team. He comes to Abilene
following apprenticeships with the Dayton and
TCU women’s basketball teams.
A 2012 graduate of the University of Dayton, Stine began his fiveyear tenure with the Flyers as a practice player before moving into
the role of senior student manager. He continued in his role as video
coordinator last season for TCU.
Stine’s responsibilities at TCU included the preparation of scouting
film for team and coaches viewing, assisting with opponent scouting
reports, and managing film data bases for games, practices and
recruiting.
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2014-15 Season Outlook
2014-15 should be another fun season for Wildcat Basketball
as Abilene Christian returns 80 percent of a starting lineup that
notched 18 victories during its first full campaign as a NCAA DI
program. Led by a freshman class that quickly matured into veterans
before the start of conference play, the 3-point chucking and
rebound ripping Wildcats recorded 11 home wins last season and
beat big sister Texas Tech on the road before racking up eight wins
against a stout Southland Conference.
ACU also scored its most points under head coach Julie
Goodenough in an 111-73 blowout of Texas Lutheran and broke
a couple of single-game 3-point records in destroying Arlington
Baptist, 108-56. The Wildcats found additional success on the
national stage by winning both of their games on ESPN3, toppling
Sam Houston State at home, 73-67,
and rallying to defeat Incarnate Word
on the road, 73-67.
included a 23-point performance vs. conference co-champion Lamar
and a pair of 16-rebound efforts against the Cardinals of Lamar (Jan.
23) and Incarnate Word (March 8).
Suzzy’s twin sister, Lizzy, and classmate Sydney Shelstead will join
her at the forward position this season. Lizzy started 24 games
an averaged 9.8 points and 5.3 rebounds while shooting an
impressive .502 from the field (105-209), which ranked her eighth
in the Southland Conference. On Feb. 17, she earned Southland
Conference honorable mention for Player of the Week after
recording a point-a-minute performance at UIW in which she scored
a career high 21 points on 9-11 (.818) shooting. Her shooting
percentage was the best by any Wildcat since Kelsey Smith did the
same against East Central in 2010.
Shelstead, a starter for 12 games,
averaged 7.4 points and 4.6 rebounds
per game, recording double-doubles
vs. Northwood and Wayland Baptist.
Toward season’s end she became the
Wildcats’ top option off the bench and
responded with double figure scoring
totals against McNeese (10 points),
Southeastern Louisiana (14) and
Incarnate Word (10).
Goodenough’s gang wasn’t expected
to win many games at the start of the
year, but by the end of it the Wildcats
led the Southland in five major
offensive categories and were ranked
among the top five in several others.
Over the course of 30 games, ACU was
tops in the league in scoring offense
(76.2 ppg) and margin (+9.0), plus
3-pointers made (9.7), assists (15.9)
and steals (9.6).
ACU’s returning guards Whitney West
and Alexis Mason are dual threats
from behind the 3-point line as each
averaged 2.4 3-pointers per game in
2013-14. West (12.4 ppg) – a junior –
set the school’s season record for most
3-point field goal attempts with 214,
and Mason – a sophomore – ranked
11th in the league with her .360
shooting percentage.
The Wildcats’ 3-pointer average ranked
third nationally behind Sacramento
State (12.4) and Florida Gulf Coast
(10.2), while their overall field goal
percentage of .434 tied them for 45th.
Their scoring offense put them among
the NCAA’s top-35 and their scoring
margin tied for 45th.
ACU’s defense certainly wasn’t lacking
either as evident by its No. 2 Southland
Conference ranked 3-point field goal
defense (.289), third ranked turnover
margin (+1.9) and blocked shot
average (3.7).
Sophomore Suzzy Dimba was one of last year’s top defenders and
at season’s end she was the only rookie tabbed to the Southland
Conference all-defensive team along with all-conference first team
selections Porsha Roberts (Stephen F. Austin), Gia Ayers (Lamar),
Emani White (Nicholls) and Courtney Duever (Central Arkansas).
Dimba’s extraordinary 2013-14 season included 11 double-doubles
as she ranked fifth in the Southland in rebounding (9.1 per game),
sixth in blocked shots (1.4) and tied for 12th in steals (1.5). She
also averaged 6.7 defensive boards per game and finished 25th in
scoring with 11.3 points per game.
Dimba – a Southland honorable mention – finished fourth on ACU
with 338 points through 25 starts and her 272 total rebounds were
the most recorded by a Wildcat in a single season since Jody Meyer
pulled down 303 in 2009-10. Her career highs from last season
Mason also cracked the league’s top-20
leaderboard in scoring (11.8 ppg) and
finished 10th with 1.6 steals per game.
ACU’s class of newcomers is comprised
of four high school freshmen and
transfers Ellyn Avery and Paris Webb.
Avery spent her freshman year at
Midland College and gives the Wildcats yet another intimidating
presence from beyond the arc. Avery last season buried five of seven
treys against Tohono O’Odham CC in posting a double-double of
24 points and 13 rebounds, and netted 20 in the season-finale
vs. Weatherford College – a game in which she put up 19 3-point
attempts.
Suzzy Dimba
Webb played parts of three seasons at Central Arizona College,
one of which was interrupted by an ACL injury. But in her final
season there, the Vaqueras placed fourth at the NJCAA Tournament
behind an overall record of 31-4 as Webb averaged 6.1 points, 3.2
rebounds and 4.9 assists per game. Webb, incredibly, assisted on 25
baskets in a 71-58 win over Arizona Western College.
ACU’s freshmen are guard Alyssa Echols and forwards Sierra Allen
and Madison Parker.
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2014-15 Season Outlook
Roster Breakdown (by position)
Echols was part of a Pflugerville High
School team that finished 33-5 and
reached the semifinals of the regional
tournament. She played in 37 games as
a senior and averaged 10.9 points, 3.8
rebounds, 3.4 assists and 3.0 steals per
game en route to being named a TABC
All-Star and all-region selection.
Guards (5)
Ellyn Avery
Alyssa Echols
Alexis Mason
Paris Webb
Whitney West
Forwards (3)
Lizzy Dimba
Suzzy Dimba
Sydney Shelstead
Allen took her Highland Roscoe High
School squad to the State 1A Division
2 semifinals behind a 28-3 record and
was selected as a 2013-14 TABC and
TGCA All-State and All-Star.
Centers (2)
Sierra Allen
Madison Parker
Canyon High School went 12716 (.888) during Madison Parker’s
four-year career, which ended with
her winning a second 4A State
Championship and the title of TABC
4A Player of the Year. Parker also was
voted MVP of the 2014 Girls’ UIL 4A
State Tournament after scoring 18
points in the championship game
against McKinney North High School.
She finished her career with averages of
10.7 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists
and 2.0 steals per game.
Goodenough also used this past
offseason to bolster her coaching
roster, adding Kyle Felan from Texas
A&M and Matt Stine, who previously
worked at Dayton and TCU.
Roster Breakdown (by state)
Whitney West
ACU’s non-conference schedule
consists of six home games plus
anticipated trips to Texas-San Antonio,
Texas Tech and Kansas State. The
Wildcats also will visit MissouriKansas City for a two-day tournament
following Thanksgiving.
ACU begins its 44th season at Moody
Coliseum the night of Saturday, Nov.
15 vs. Wayland Baptist, and will
later entertain Howard Payne (Nov.
17), Eastern Washington (Nov. 24),
Southwestern Christian (Dec. 15), Air
Force (Dec. 20) and Angelo State (Dec.
31).
The Wildcats’ 18-game conference
schedule starts at home the afternoon
of Saturday, Jan. 3 vs. Central Arkansas.
The Wildcats’ all-time home record
is 359-116 (.756). They are expected
to play their 500th game at Moody
Coliseum during the 2015-16 season.
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Texas (10)
Sierra Allen
Ellyn Avery
Lizzy Dimba
Suzzy Dimba
Alyssa Echols
Alexis Mason
Madison Parker
Sydney Shelstead
Paris Webb
Whitney West
#22 Sierra Allen
6-1 | Fr. | C |Roscoe, Texas / Highland HS
High School: Graduated in 2014 from Highland High School ... Four-year varsity letterwinner at forward ...
Helped lead her senior-year team to a final record of 28-3 and the State 1A Division 2 Semifinals, where the
Hornets fell to Calvert, 53-45 ... Scored 12 points in her final high school game to go along with six rebounds
and five blocked shots ... A 2013-14 TABC and TGCA All-State and All-Star ...Selected as an All-Star by
the Six-Man Coaches Association and Big Country Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Following the 201213 season was voted District 13-1A MVP in addition to being named Co-Player of the Year by the Six Man
Coaches Association ... Made the 2012-13 TABC and TGCA all-state teams.
Personal: Given name is Sierra Laine Allen ... Born 26 April 1996 in Abilene ... Resides in Roscoe, Texas ... Daughter of Brent and Michelle
Allen ... Father, Brent, was a pole vaulter for ACU’s track and field program from 1989-94 ... Mother, Michelle (Hamburg), was part of
four winning volleyball teams from 1990-93 before retuning as an assistant coach in 1997 ... Intends to major in secondary education and
English.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist –
9
2-5 .400 0-2 .000 1-1 1.000 0-0-0 0.0 2-0 0 1 0 0 5 5.0
11/17 Howard Payne
–
7
1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-0-2 1.0 1-0 0 1 0 0 2 3.5
11/19UTSA
–
7
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.0 1-0 0 0 0 0 2 3.0
11/24 Eastern Wash.
–
1
1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 0.8 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 2.8
11/28 George Mason
–
6
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-1-3 1.2 1-0 1 3 0 0 0 2.2
11/29UMKC
–
8
0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.0 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 1.8
12/3
Texas Tech
–
7
0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 0.9 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 1.6
12/15 SW Christian
–
8
0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1-2-3 1.1 2-0 1 0 0 0 1 1.5
12/20 Air Force
–
5
0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2-2 1.2 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 1.3
12/22 Kansas State
–
2
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.1 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 1.2
1/4
Central Arkansas –
3
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1.1
1/7
Northwestern St. –
5
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 1-0-1 1.0 0-0 0 1 0 0 4 1.3
1/11Nicholls
–
13 1-3 .333 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 3-2-5 1.3 2-0 0 3 0 0 3 1.5
1/14McNeese
–
2
0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1.4
1/17
Stephen F. Austin –dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/22
Sam Houston St. –dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/24
Incarnate Word
–
9
1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 2-0-2 1.3 2-0 0 2 0 0 2 1.4
1/26
Angelo State
–
5
0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.3 0-0 0 0 0 1 0 1.3
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
–
97 8-29 .276 1-8 .125 4-6 .667 11-9-20 1.3 14-0 2 14 0 1 21 1.3
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
5 vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15/2014)
Blocks
None
3FG Made
1 vs. Nicholls (1/11/2015)
Rebounds
5 vs. Nicholls (1/11/2015)
Minutes
13 vs. Nicholls (1/11/2015)
3FG Attempts
2 vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15/2014)
Assists
1 (2x) vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
FG Made
2 vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15/2014)
FT Made
2 at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
Steals
1 vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
FG Attempts
5 vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15/2014)
FT Attempts
2 (2x) last at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
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#14 Ellyn Avery
5-10 | So. | G | Lenorah, Texas / Grady HS
2013-14 (at Midland College): Averaged 8.6 points and 3.5 assists per game as a freshman ... Led team in
minutes played with 783 (30 games/29 starts) ... Buried five of seven treys against Tohono O’Odham CC in
posting a double-double of 24 points and 13 rebounds, and netted 20 in the season-finale vs. Weatherford
College – a game in which she put up 19 3-point attempts.
High School: Graduated in 2013 from Lenorah-Grady High School ... Four-time TGCA all-state honoree ...
Finished her prep career with per-game averages of 21.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 5.0 steals ...
Named all-state by the TGCA on three occasions and made the TABC all-state team as a senior after leading
Lenorah-Grady HS to a 29-5 overall record ... Played her freshman, sophomore and junior years at Jim Ned High School.
Personal: Given name is Ellyn Kay Avery ... Born 12 August 1994 in Lubbock ... Resides in Lenorah, Texas ... Older brother, Ben, was with
the Wildcats as a walk-on during the 2011-12 season ... Nursing major.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist –
16 3-7 .429 2-6 .333 0-0 .000 1-1-2 2.0 5-1 1 5 0 1 8 8.0
11/17 Howard Payne
–
14 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0-3-3 2.5 2-0 0 3 0 1 4 6.0
11/19UTSA
–
13 2-3 .667 1-1 1.000 0-1 .000 1-1-2 2.3 2-0 0 1 0 1 5 5.7
11/24 Eastern Wash.
–
7
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2-2 2.3 0-0 1 1 0 0 2 4.8
11/28 George Mason
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
11/29UMKC
–
10 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 2.0 3-0 1 2 0 1 3 4.4
12/3
Texas Tech
–
20 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-3-4 2.3 2-0 1 1 0 0 6 4.7
12/15 SW Christian
–
18 4-7 .571 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 0-4-4 2.6 2-0 0 3 0 0 12 5.7
12/20 Air Force
–
14 1-5 .200 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 1-0-1 2.4 4-0 2 0 0 1 3 5.4
12/22 Kansas State
–
8
0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 0-0-0 2.1 0-0 0 1 0 1 1 4.9
1/4
Central Arkansas –
10 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.9 3-0 1 1 0 0 3 4.7
1/7
Northwestern St. –
4
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.8 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 4.3
1/11Nicholls
–
14 1-8 .125 1-6 .167 1-2 .500 0-0-0 1.7 2-0 0 4 0 0 4 4.3
1/14McNeese
–
6
2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.6 0-0 0 1 0 0 5 4.3
1/17
Stephen F. Austin –
14 3-4 .750 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-2-2 1.6 1-0 1 2 1 0 8 4.6
1/22
Sam Houston St. –
11 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1-0-1 1.6 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 4.5
1/24
Incarnate Word
–
15 2-5 .400 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 3-1-4 1.8 5-1 0 4 0 2 6 4.6
1/26
Angelo State
–
21 2-5 .400 1-4 .250 2-3 .667 1-2-3 1.8 2-0 1 1 0 2 7 4.7
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
–
215 27-61 .443 20-46 .435 6-10 .600 9-22-31 1.8 34-2 9 31 1 10 80 4.7
Individual Single-Game Highs
22
Points
12 vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
Blocks
1 vs. Stephen F. Austin (1/17/2015)
3FG Made
4 vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
Rebounds
4 (3x) last vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
Minutes
21 vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
3FG Attempts
7 vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
Assists
2 vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
FG Made
4 vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
FT Made
2 (2x) last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
Steals
2 (2x): last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
FG Attempts
7 (2x) last: vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
FT Attempts
3 vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
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#32 Lizzy Dimba
5-11 | So. | F | Lubbock, Texas / Coronado HS
2013-14 (Freshman): Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Southland
Conference honorable mention for Player of the Week on Feb. 17 after recording a point-a-minute
performance against Incarnate Word in which she scored a career high 21 points on 9-11 shooting ... Shot an
impressive .502 from the field (105-209), which ranked her eighth in the Southland Conference … Made 54
of 91 attempts in 14 conference games to finish with the second-highest shooting percentage of .593.
High School: Graduated in 2013 from Coronado High School … Four-year letterwinner … Averaged
11.9 points and 5.2 rebounds per game … Part of a team in 2012-13 that went 36-2 and won a district
championship and reached the regional final.
Personal: Given name is Elizabeth Adhiambo Dimba … Born 16 December 1994 in Nairobi, Kenya … Daughter of Thomas and Helen
Dimba … Resides in Lubbock, Texas … Management major.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist * 28 5-10 .500 0-0 .000 7-9 .778 1-6-7 7.0 2-0 2 2 0 1 17 17.0
11/17 Howard Payne
*
20 5-9 .556 0-2 .000 5-5 1.000 1-1-2 4.5 4-0 1 4 0 0 15 16.0
11/19UTSA
*
35 3-8 .375 0-2 .000 7-10 .700 1-7-8 5.7 3-0 0 2 0 3 13 15.0
11/24 Eastern Wash.
*
35 6-14 .429 2-5 .400 4-4 1.000 1-2-3 5.0 3-0 3 7 1 1 18 15.8
11/28 George Mason
*
33 2-8 .250 0-3 .000 2-2 1.000 1-9-10 6.0 3-0 2 0 0 2 6 13.8
11/29UMKC
*
29 5-12 .417 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 5-5-10 6.7 4-0 2 1 0 3 12 13.5
12/3
Texas Tech
*
31 1-6 .167 0-2 .000 8-11 .727 1-6-7 6.7 1-0 0 5 1 2 10 13.0
12/15 SW Christian
*
22 2-5 .400 0-2 .000 4-5 .800 2-5-7 6.8 2-0 3 0 2 2 8 12.4
12/20 Air Force
*
34 3-11 .273 1-4 .250 8-9 .889 9-3-12 7.3 0-0 2 2 1 5 15 12.7
12/22 Kansas State
*
19 3-5 .600 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3-3 6.9 4-0 2 2 0 0 6 12.0
1/4
Central Arkansas *
28 8-13 .615 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 4-4-8 7.0 4-0 0 2 0 2 19 12.6
1/7
Northwestern St. * 31 5-15 .333 0-2 .000 1-3 .333 5-6-11 7.3 5-1 1 3 0 0 11 12.5
1/11Nicholls
*
32 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 4-8-12 7.7 2-0 1 3 1 0 4 11.8
1/14McNeese
*
25 6-8 .750 2-2 1.000 1-2 .500 2-4-6 7.6 4-0 0 0 0 1 15 12.1
1/17
Stephen F. Austin –
41 5-11 .455 2-5 .400 5-9 .556 4-6-10 7.7 4-0 2 3 2 4 17 12.4
1/22
Sam Houston St. * 35 3-9 .333 1-4 .250 2-3 .667 4-2-6 7.6 4-0 1 4 2 4 9 12.2
1/24
Incarnate Word
*
16 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 4-4 1.000 1-3-4 7.4 3-0 1 3 1 0 6 11.8
1/26
Angelo State
*
20 2-6 .333 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-1-2 7.1 4-0 2 1 0 0 5 11.4
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
17 514 66-160 .413 12-42 .286 62-80 .775 47-81-128 7.1 56-1 25 44 11 30 206 11.4
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
21 at Incarnate Word (2/13/14)
Blocks
2 (3x) last: vs. Sam Houston State (1/22/2015)
3FG Made
3 vs. Central Arkansas (1/4/2015)
Rebounds
13 at Nicholls (2/27/14)
Minutes
41 vs. Stephen F. Austin (1/17/2015)
3FG Attempts
5 (2x) last vs. Stephen F. Austin (1/17/2015)
Assists
5 vs. Texas Lutheran (11/8/2013)
FG Made
9 at Incarnate Word (2/13/14)
FT Made
11 vs. Texas Wesleyan (12/17/13)
Steals
5 vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
FG Attempts
15 at Northwestern State (1/7/2014)
FT Attempts
15 vs. Texas Wesleyan (12/17/13)
Career Statistics
(Cl.) Year GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA (Fr.) 13-14 30-24 647-21.6 105-209 (So.) 14-15 18-17 514-28.6 66-160 TOTAL 48-41 1161-24.2 171-369 Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA .502 4-22 .182 79-118 .413 12-42 .286 62-80 .463 16-64 .250 141-198 Pct. O–D–Tot Avg .669 63-95-158 5.3 .775 47-81-128 7.1 .712 110-176-286 6.0 PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
74-5 40 65 9 34 293 9.8
56-1 25 44 11 30 206 11.4
130-6 65 109 20 64 499 10.4
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#23 Suzzy Dimba
5-11 | So. | F | Lubbock, Texas / Coronado HS
2013-14 (Freshman): Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Only freshman
named to the Southland Conference All-Defensive Team … Southland Conference honorable mention
… Voted Southland Conference Player of the Week on Dec. 23 after leading Wildcats to wins over Texas
Wesleyan, Jacksonville and Texas Tech.
High School: Graduated in 2013 from Coronado High School … Averaged 10.3 points and 5.4 rebounds per
game as a senior … Part of a team in 2012-13 that went 36-2, won a district championship and reached the
regional final.
Personal: Given name is Susan Ogore Dimba … Born 16 December 1994 in Nairobi, Kenya … Daughter of Thomas and Helen Dimba …
Resides in Lubbock, Texas … Majoring in business.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist * 33 6-14 .429 1-5 .200 3-6 .500 6-5-11 11.0 1-0 4 2 0 3 16 16.0
11/17 Howard Payne
*
32 6-10 .600 2-5 .400 3-4 .750 1-5-6 8.5 2-0 4 3 1 4 17 16.5
11/19UTSA
*
25 0-7 .000 0-5 .000 3-5 .600 1-2-3 6.7 4-0 1 1 0 1 3 12.0
11/24 Eastern Wash.
*
35 6-9 .667 3-5 .600 3-4 .750 3-8-11 7.8 1-0 2 4 2 4 18 13.5
11/28 George Mason
*
37 8-19 .421 2-8 .250 0-2 .000 1-11-12 8.6 3-0 4 3 1 3 18 14.4
11/29UMKC
*
26 3-8 .375 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 1-4 -5 8.0 2-0 2 3 0 4 6 13.0
12/3
Texas Tech
*
29 1-6 .167 0-3 .000 4-7 .571 1-7-8 8.0 4-0 1 3 1 3 6 12.0
12/15 SW Christian
*
25 6-12 .500 4-9 .444 1-2 .500 3-5-8 8.0 1-0 2 2 0 0 17 12.6
12/20 Air Force
*
28 4-13 .308 1-7 .143 1-2 .500 1-6-7 7.9 3-0 5 0 4 2 10 12.3
12/22 Kansas State
*
37 3-9 .333 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 3-6-9 8.0 1-0 4 2 2 3 8 11.9
1/4
Central Arkansas * 30 1-9 .111 0-7 .000 0-4 .000 1-6-7 7.9 5-1 3 1 1 1 2 11.0
1/7
Northwestern St. * 40 6-16 .375 4-13 .308 3-4 .750 4-4-8 7.9 1-0 4 3 4 3 19 11.7
1/11Nicholls
*
31 1-5 .200 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1-1-2 7.5 2-0 3 3 0 4 2 10.9
1/14McNeese
*
34 5-11 .455 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1-5-6 7.4 0-0 4 4 2 1 12 11.0
1/17
Stephen F. Austin * 22 2-8 .250 0-3 .000 2-4 .500 1-3-4 7.1 4-0 1 1 0 1 6 10.7
1/22
Sam Houston St. –
30 3-15 .200 1-9 .111 3-7 .429 2-8-10 7.3 3-0 1 4 0 1 10 10.6
1/24
Incarnate Word
*
36 3-9 .333 2-5 .400 4-10 .400 4-11-15 7.8 1-0 6 1 3 5 12 10.7
1/26
Angelo State
*
23 6-13 .462 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 6-4-10 7.9 3-0 0 4 4 3 13 10.8
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
17 553 70-193 .363 25-104 .240 30-61 .492 41-101-142 7.9 41-1 51 44 25 46 195 10.8
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
23 vs. Lamar (1/23/2014)
Blocks
5 at Incarnate Word (2/13/14)
3FG Made
4 (3x) last at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
Rebounds
16 (2x) last: vs. Incarnate Word (3/8/2014)
Minutes
40 at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
3FG Attempts
13 at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
Assists
6 vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
FG Made
9 vs. Angelo State (11/8/2013)
FT Made
5 at Nicholls (2/27/14)
Steals
5 vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
FG Attempts
19 (3x) last vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
FT Attempts
10 vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
Career Statistics
(Cl.) Year GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA (Fr.) 13-14 30-25 822-27.4 128-290 (So.) 14-15 18-17 553-30.7 70-193 TOTAL 48-42 1375-28.6 198-483 24
Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg .441 31-91 .341 52-84 .619 70-202-272 9.1 .363 25-104 .240 30-61 .492 41-101-142 7.9 .410 56-195 .287 82-145 .566 1 11-303-414 8.6 www.ACUSports.com | #GoWildcats | #ACUE4C
PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
93-6 52 73 42 45 339 11.3
41-1 51 44 25 46 195 10.8
134-7 103 117 67 91 534 11.1
#2 Alyssa Echols
5-7 | Fr. | G |Pflugerville, Texas / Pflugerville HS
High School: Graduated in 2014 from Pflugerville High School ... Part of a senior-year team that finished
33-5 and reached the semifinals of the regional tournament, falling to Plano West, 62-53 ... Played in 37
games as a senior and averaged 10.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 3.0 steals per game en route to
being named a TABC All-Star and all-region selection ... Received all-state plaudit from TGBC and spot on alldistrict first team ... Team MVP and its Miss Offense ... Scored 12 points in a season-opening 70-29 win over
Cedar Park and later poured in 10 points during a 73-23 decision over Concordia Lutheran ... Appeared in 39
games as a junior, contributing 6.5 points for a team that again went undefeated against the league (12-0)
en route to a 39-1 overall record ... Her junior-year team also finished with a No. 16 national ranking and was
second in the state ... Made second team all district as a junior and was named Most Improved by her coaches and teammates.
Personal: Given name is Alyssa Laverne Echols ... Born 8 August 1996 in Austin ... Daughter of Vicki and Weldon Echols ... Resides in
Pflugerville ... Intends to major in biochemistry at ACU.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist –
21
1-6 .167 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 1-4-5 5.0 2-0 5 0 0 4 2 2.0
11/17 Howard Payne
–
9
1-4 .250 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 3.0 2-0 0 0 0 0 2 2.0
11/19UTSA
–
20 2-5 .400 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-1-2 2.7 2-0 3 4 0 5 6 3.3
11/24 Eastern Wash.
–
22 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-6 .333 1-4-5 3.3 2-0 0 3 0 2 2 3.0
11/28 George Mason
–
11 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 2.6 2-0 0 1 0 0 2 2.8
11/29UMKC
–
21 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-0-1 2.3 2-0 1 1 0 2 7 3.5
12/3
Texas Tech
–
16 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 2-4 .500 0-0-0 2.0 1-0 2 2 0 0 5 3.7
12/15 SW Christian
–
23 2-5 .400 0-3 .000 2-4 .500 0-1-1 1.9 1-0 5 1 1 4 6 4.0
12/20 Air Force
–
15 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-4-5 2.2 0-0 3 0 0 0 5 4.1
12/22 Kansas State
–
21 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 2.0 0-0 2 4 0 0 0 3.7
1/4
Central Arkansas –
18 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0-0 1.8 2-0 0 2 0 0 6 3.9
1/7
Northwestern St. –
31 1-5 .200 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 2-3-5 2.1 4-0 5 5 1 1 3 3.8
1/11Nicholls
–
15 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 1-3-4 2.2 1-0 1 4 0 0 4 3.8
1/14McNeese
–
4
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 2.1 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 3.6
1/17
Stephen F. Austin –
11 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-0-2 2.1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 3.3
1/22
Sam Houston St. –
10 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 2.0 2-0 2 2 0 2 0 3.1
1/24
Incarnate Word
–
17 3-3 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-0-1 1.9 2-0 1 2 0 1 8 3.4
1/26
Angelo State
–
19 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-1-1 1.9 3-0 1 0 0 0 5 3.5
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
–
304 22-54 .407 9-28 .321 10-20 .500 11-23-34 1.9 29-0 33 32 2 21 63 3.5
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
8 3 (2x) last vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
Blocks
1 (2x) last at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
3FG Made
2 (2x) last vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
Rebounds
5 (4x) last at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
Minutes
31 at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
3FG Attempts
4 vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15/2014)
Assists
5 (3x) last at Northwestern State (1/7/2015)
FG Made
3 (2x) last vs. Incarnate Word (1/24/2015)
FT Made
2 (5x) last vs. Nicholls (1/11/2015)
Steals
5 at UTSA (11/19/2014)
FG Attempts
6 vs. Wayland Baptist (11/15/2014)
FT Attempts
6 vs. Eastern Washington (11/24/2014)
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#15 Alexis Mason
5-9 | So. | G | McKinney, Texas / McKinney North HS
2014-15 (Sophomore): Voted onto the Plaza Lights Classic All-Tournament Team.
2013-14 (Freshman): Started all 30 games … Averaged 12.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.6 steals
per game … Shot 42.8 percent from the field (128-299) and 36.0 percent from 3-point range (71-197) …
Finished ranked 17th in the Southland Conference in scoring, 10th in steals, 11th in field goal percentage,
fourth with 2.4 3-point field goals made per game.
High School: Graduated in 2013 from McKinney North High School … 2012-13 TABC all-state, all-region
and all-star … 2012-13 TGCA all-state and all-star … Named district MVP as a senior after averaging 18 points, five steals, four rebounds
and five assists per game.
Personal: Given name is Alexis Monique Mason … Born 4 August 1995 in Milwaukee, Wis. … Daughter of Jeanette and Cameron Mason
… Resides in McKinney, Texas … Family studies major … Sister, Amanda, played basketball at Tulsa and Texas Woman’s.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist *
27
7-16 .438 3-10 .300 2-5 .400 2-1-3 3.0 1-0 4 3 0 2 19 19.0
11/17 Howard Payne
*
28 9-15 .600 5-7 .714 1-1 1.000 1-0-1 2.0 0-0 1 1 0 2 24 21.5
11/19UTSA
*
25 3-11 .273 0-5 .000 5-6 .833 0-0-0 1.3 5-1 2 2 1 1 11 18.0
11/24 Eastern Wash.
*
21 2-8 .250 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 0-0-0 1.0 1-0 3 2 0 1 4 14.5
11/28 George Mason
*
34 10-20 .500 4-10 .400 4-5 .800 2-2-4 1.6 0-0 3 4 0 0 28 17.2
11/29UMKC
*
29 7-16 .438 2-9 .222 0-1 .000 4-3-7 2.5 2-0 3 1 0 1 16 17.0
12/3
Texas Tech
*
29 2-9 .222 1-6 .167 2-2 1.000 0-0-0 2.1 3-0 0 3 0 2 7 15.6
12/15 SW Christian
*
24 8-15 .533 4-11 .364 2-2 1.000 3-5-8 2.9 1-0 2 3 1 2 22 16.4
12/20 Air Force
*
33 4-11 .364 2-7 .286 1-3 .333 2-2-4 3.0 0-0 4 1 0 3 11 15.8
12/22 Kansas State
*
32 1-9 .111 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-2-2 2.9 2-0 4 5 0 0 3 14.5
1/4
Central Arkansas *
35 2-11 .182 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 2-2-4 3.0 1-0 4 3 0 0 6 13.7
1/7
Northwestern St. * 33 2-11 .182 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 0-3-3 3.0 2-0 1 1 0 0 6 13.1
1/11Nicholls
*
28 3-7 .429 1-5 .200 2-2 1.000 0-2-2 2.9 0-0 2 4 0 1 9 12.8
1/14McNeese
*
36 1-7 .143 0-3 .000 4-4 1.000 2-4-6 3.1 2-0 3 5 0 2 6 12.3
1/17
Stephen F. Austin * 41 1-10 .100 1-7 .143 4-4 1.000 2-5-7 3.4 1-0 0 4 0 1 7 11.9
1/22
Sam Houston St. * 28 2-6 .333 2-5 .400 0-0 .000 2-2-4 3.4 1-0 2 4 0 1 6 11.6
1/24
Incarnate Word
*
29 8-15 .533 0-5 .000 1-1 1.000 0-2-2 3.4 2-0 2 1 0 1 17 11.9
1/26
Angelo State
*
22 2-8 .250 1-4 .250 1-1 1.000 0-2-2 3.3 1-0 1 1 0 0 6 11.6
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
18 534 74-205 .361 31-117 .265 29-38 .763 22-37-59 3.3 25-1 41 48 2 20 208 11.6
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
28 vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
Blocks
1 (5x) last vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
3FG Made
6 vs. Lamar (1/23/2014)
Rebounds
9 vs. Texas Wesleyan (12/17/2013)
Minutes
41 vs. Stephen F. Austin (1/17/2015)
3FG Attempts
15 vs. Lamar (1/23/2014)
Assists
7 (2x), last: vs. Wayland Baptist (11/11/2013)
FG Made
10 (2x) last vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
FT Made
5 at UTSA (11/19/2014)
Steals
4 vs. A&M-Corpus Christi (2/8/2014)
FG Attempts
20 vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
FT Attempts
6 at UTSA (11/19/2014)
Career Statistics
(Cl.) Year GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA (Fr.) 13-14 30-30 915-30.5 128-299 (So.) 14-15 18-18 534-29.7 74-205 TOTAL 48-48 1449-30.2 202-504 26
Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA .428 71-197 .360 46-63 .361 31-117 .265 29-38 .401 102-314 .325 75-101 Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
.730 33-62-95 3.2 62-1 86 83 3 47 373 12.4
.763 22-37-59 3.3 25-1 41 48 2 20 208 11.6
.743 55-99-154 3.2 87-2 127 131 5 67 581 12.1
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#42 Madison Parker
5-10 | Fr. | F | Amarillo, Texas / Canyon HS
High School: Graduated in 2014 from Canyon High School ... Four-year letterwinner at forward ... Winner
of two 4A State Championships in 2011 and 2014 ... Finished career with averages of 10.7 points, 8.0
rebounds, 4.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game ... Earned numerous district, region and state awards, including
the title of TABC 4A Player of the Year and MVP of the 2014 Girls’ UIL 4A State Tournament ... Scored 18
points in the 2013-14 championship game against McKinney North, finishing six for 10 on field goals and six
for eight on free throws ... Canyon was 127-16 (.888) in her four seasons and went 38-0 during her freshman
year of 2010-11.
Personal: Given name is Madison Ann Parker ... Born 7 July 1995 in Amarillo, Texas, where she still resides ... Daughter of Scott and Susie
Parker ... Biology major ... Mother, Susie, played basketball at West Texas A&M.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist –
12
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-3-3 3.0 4-0
0 1 1 0 2
2.0
11/17 Howard Payne
–
25 5-9 .556 2-3 .667 3-3 1.000 6-6-12 7.5 4-0 5 5 0 1 15 8.5
11/19UTSA
–
6
0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 5.3 4-0 0 1 1 0 0 5.7
11/24 Eastern Wash.
–
2
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 4.0 2-0 0 0 0 1 0 4.3
11/28 George Mason
–dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
11/29UMKC
–dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
12/3
Texas Tech
–
6
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 3.4 0-0 0 1 0 0 2 3.8
12/15 SW Christian
–
17 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-6-8 4.2 0-0 0 1 0 0 2 3.5
12/20 Air Force
–
10 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 1-1-2 3.9 1-0 0 1 0 0 3 3.4
12/22 Kansas State
–
8
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 -3 3.8 2-0 0 2 0 1 2 3.3
1/4
Central Arkansas –
9
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0-1-1 3.4 1-0 0 0 0 0 2 3.1
1/7
Northwestern St. –
1
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 3.1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2.8
1/11Nicholls
–
3
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 2.8 1-0 0 2 0 0 0 2.5
1/14McNeese
–dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/17
Stephen F. Austin –dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/22
Sam Houston St. –dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/24
Incarnate Word
–
3
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 2.6 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 2.5
1/26
Angelo State
–
5
1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2-2 2.5 1-0 0 2 0 0 2 2.5
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
–
107 11-20 .550 2-6 .333 8-9 .889 10-23-33 2.5 20-0 5 16 2 3 32 2.5
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
15 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
Blocks
1 (2x) last: at UTSA (11/19/2014)
3FG Made
2 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
Rebounds
12 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
Minutes
25 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
3FG Attempts
3 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
Assists
5 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
FG Made
5 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
FT Made
3 (2x) last vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
Steals
1 (3x) last at Kansas State (12/22/2014)
FG Attempts
9 vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
FT Attempts
4 vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
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#33 Sydney Shelstead
6-3 | So. | F | Mineral Wells, Texas / Mineral Wells HS
2013-14 (Freshman): Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Appeared in all 30
games and made 12 starts, including 11 to begin the season … Averaged 7.4 points and 4.6 rebounds per
game … Shot 46.5 percent from the floor (79-170) and sank five 3-pointers.
High School: Graduated among top 10 percent of class in 2013 from Mineral Wells High School … Averaged
21 points and 12 rebounds per game … Part of a team in 2012-13 that won an area championship with an
overall record of 24-10 … District co-MVP, all-district and all-region in basketball.
Personal: Given name is Sydney Ryanne Shelstead … Born 27 June 1995 in Salt Lake City, Utah … Daughter of Ed and Debbie Shelstead …
Studying engineering.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist *
20
3-5 .600 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 4-4-8 8.0 4-0 1 1 0 1 8 8.0
11/17 Howard Payne
*
26 5-10 .500 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 4-5-9 8.5 1-0 2 1 1 3 14 11.0
11/19UTSA
*
32 2-6 .333 1-3 .333 4-6 .667 2-6-8 8.3 1-0 1 4 3 1 9 10.3
11/24 Eastern Wash.
*
38 6-12 .500 0-0 .000 6-7 .857 7-11-18 10.8 2-0 4 1 0 2 18 12.3
11/28 George Mason
*
40 9-15 .600 1-1 1.000 0-1 .000 6-5-11 10.8 2-0 2 3 1 2 19 13.6
11/29UMKC
*
34 3-6 .500 0-1 .000 4-4 1.000 3-6-9 10.5 3-0 1 1 0 2 10 13.0
12/3
Texas Tech
*
25 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 1-2 .500 2-1-3 9.4 4-0 1 3 0 1 6 12.0
12/15 SW Christian
*
30 4-7 .571 0-1 .000 3-5 .600 5-3-8 9.3 1-0 3 2 0 1 11 11.9
12/20 Air Force
*
23 5-12 .417 0-2 .000 6-9 .667 7-5-12 9.6 5-1 1 4 0 1 16 12.3
12/22 Kansas State
*
36 6-8 .750 0-1 .000 2-3 .667 2-3-5 9.1 2-0 1 1 0 0 14 12.5
1/4
Central Arkansas *
30 6-8 .750 0-1 .000 3-5 .600 6-5-11 9.3 4-0 2 4 0 2 15 12.7
1/7
Northwestern St. * 34 3-7 .429 0-1 .000 4-6 .667 5-8-13 9.6 3-0 2 0 0 0 10 12.5
1/11Nicholls
*
32 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3-5-8 9.5 1-0 2 4 1 1 11 12.4
1/14McNeese
–
28 9-13 .692 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 5-9-14 9.8 3-0 1 1 0 1 19 12.9
1/17
Stephen F. Austin * 38 2-5 .400 0-2 .000 7-8 .875 4-2-6 9.5 4-0 1 3 0 2 11 12.7
1/22
Sam Houston St. * 32 2-7 .286 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 2-5-7 9.4 2-0 1 1 1 0 7 12.4
1/24
Incarnate Word
–
24 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 8-3-11 9.5 3-0 0 2 1 0 6 12.0
1/26
Angelo State
–
30 8-10 .800 1-2 .500 4-6 .667 7-5-12 9.6 3-0 0 1 1 2 21 12.5
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
15 552 81-147 .551 4-17 .235 59-86 .686 82-91-173 9.6 48-1 26 37 9 22 225 12.5
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
21 last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
Blocks
3 at UTSA (11/19/2014)
3FG Made
1 (9x) last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
Rebounds
18 vs. Eastern Washington (11/24/2014)
Minutes
40 vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
3FG Attempts
2 (4x) last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
Assists
4 vs. Eastern Washington (11/24/2014)
FG Made
9 (2x) last at McNeese (1/14/2015)
FT Made
7 vs. Stephen F. Austin (1/17/2015)
Steals
3 (2x) last vs. Howard Payne (11/17/2014)
FG Attempts
15 vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
FT Attempts
9 (2x) last vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
Career Statistics
(Cl.) Year GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA (Fr.) 13-14 30-12 621-20.7 79-170 (So.) 14-15 18-15 552-30.7 81-147 TOTAL 48-27 1173-24.4 160-317 28
Pct. 3FG-FGA .465 5-17 .551 4-17 .505 9-34 Pct. FT-FTA .294 60-88 .235 59-86 .265 119-174 Pct. O–D–Tot Avg .682 46-93-139 4.6 .686 82-91-173 9.6 .684 128-184-312 6.5 www.ACUSports.com | #GoWildcats | #ACUE4C
PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
83-3 25 46 15 24 223 7.4
48-1 26 37 9 22 225 12.5
131-4 51 83 24 46 448
9.3
#10 Paris Webb
5-4 | Jr. | G | Midland, Texas / Midland HS
2011-14 (at Central Arizona): Recorded per game averages of 6.1 points, 3.2 rebounds and 4.9 assists
during the 2013-14 season in which the Vaqueras placed fourth at the NJCAA Tournament behind an overall
record of 31-4 ... Two-year letterwinner ... Second team all-conference in 2013-14 ... Part of three teams that
advanced to national tournament’s final four.
High School: Graduated in 2011 from Midland High School ... Four-year varsity letterwinner and starting
point guard ... Defensive Player of the Year.
Personal: Given name is Paris Ivell Webb ... Born 13 November 1992 in Midland, Texas, where she still resides ... Daughter of Jeffrey and
Tonya Webb ... Biology major.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist –
13
2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-3-3 3.0 2-0 1 0 0 1 5 5.0
11/17 Howard Payne
–
17 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2-2 2.5 2-0 3 2 0 3 0 2.5
11/19UTSA
–
9
1-3 .333 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 0-1-1 2.0 1-0 0 2 0 1 3 2.7
11/24 Eastern Wash.
–
11 2-3 .667 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.5 0-0 3 2 0 2 4 3.0
11/28 George Mason
–
8
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.2 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 2.4
11/29UMKC
–
11 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.2 0-0 4 0 0 1 2 2.3
12/3
Texas Tech
–
3
0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 1.0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 2.0
12/15 SW Christian
–
8
0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 1.8
12/20 Air Force
–
9
1-2 .500 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 0-0-0 0.9 1-0 0 1 0 3 6 2.2
12/22 Kansas State
–
7
0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1-1 0.9 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 2.0
1/4
Central Arkansas –dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/7
Northwestern St. –dnp
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/11Nicholls
–
5
0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0-0 0.8 1-0 0 0 0 0 0 1.8
1/14McNeese
*
33 4-8 .500 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 2-2-4 1.1 2-0 4 3 0 0 10 2.5
1/17
Stephen F. Austin * 21 3-8 .375 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2-0-2 1.2 1-0 1 1 0 1 6 2.8
1/22
Sam Houston St. * 16 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 3-2-5 1.4 0-0 2 1 0 2 0 2.6
1/24
Incarnate Word
*
22 3-6 .500 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-2-2 1.5 0-0 3 2 0 2 8 2.9
1/26
Angelo State
*
21 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-0-2 1.5 3-0 4 3 0 2 0 2.8
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
5
214 17-43 .395 3-14 .214 7-9 .778 9-15-24 1.5 14-0 29 23 0 18 44 2.8
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
10 at McNeese (1/14/2015)
Blocks
None
3FG Made
2 at McNeese (1/14/2015)
Rebounds
5 vs. Sam Houston State (1/22/2015)
Minutes
33 vs. McNeese (1/14/2015)
3FG Attempts
3 at McNeese (1/14/2015)
Assists
4 (3x) last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
FG Made
4 at McNeese (1/14/2015)
FT Made
4 vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
Steals
3 (2x) last: vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
FG Attempts
8 at McNeese (1/14/2015)
FT Attempts
4 vs. Air Force (12/20/2014)
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#12 Whitney West
5-7 | Jr. | G | Portland, Texas / Gregory-Portland HS
2014-15 (Sophomore): Voted onto the Plaza Lights Classic All-Tournament Team and was named its MVP ... Named Southland Conference
Player of the Week on Dec. 2 following 3-0 week (11/24 - 30).
2013-14 (Sophomore): Named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Ranked among the Southland Conference
leaders with 2.4 3-pointers made per game and set the school’s season record for most 3-point field goal attempts with 214.
2012-13 (Freshman): Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year … Ranked second in the LSC with a .418 3-point field goal percentage
(41-98) and sixth with 1.5 3-point field goals made per game.
High School: Graduated in 2012 from Gregory-Portland High School where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner and point guard for
head coach Vincent Stark … Two-year team captain and part of a team that finished 27-10 in 2012.
Personal: Given name is Whitney Dianne West … Born 18 August 1994 in Corpus Christi … Resides in Portland, Texas … Daughter of Greg and Holli West … Family studies major
… Hobbies include water and snow skiing and crossfit.
2014-15 Game-By-Game Statistics
Date Opponent GS Min. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. O–D–Tot Avg PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
11/15 Wayland Baptist * 21
3-9.333
3-9.333
0-0.000
0-2-2 2.0
3-032019 9.0
11/17 Howard Payne
*
21 4-8 .500 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-0-1 1.5 0-0 5 1 0 1 9 9.0
11/19UTSA
*
28 2-5 .400 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-1-1 1.3 2-0 1 6 0 5 5 7.7
11/24 Eastern Wash.
*
28 3-8 .375 2-6 .333 3-4 .750 0-1-1 1.3 4-0 3 0 2 1 11 8.5
11/28 George Mason
*
31 5-8 .625 2-3 .667 3-3 1.000 0-0-0 1.0 4-0 2 2 3 1 15 9.8
11/29UMKC
*
32 9-21 .429 5-12 .417 1-1 1.000 2-2-4 1.5 1-0 2 1 0 0 24 12.2
12/3
Texas Tech
*
34 1-8 .125 0-6 .000 0-0 .000 1-2-3 1.7 1-0 2 2 0 3 2 10.7
12/15 SW Christian
*
25 8-13 .615 3-8 .375 2-2 1.000 1-2-3 1.9 1-0 7 3 0 3 21 12.0
12/20 Air Force
*
29 4-12 .333 2-10 .200 1-2 .500 2-0-2 1.9 2-0 3 0 0 3 11 11.9
12/22 Kansas State
*
30 7-12 .583 3-8 .375 2-3 .667 1-1-2 1.9 2-0 2 7 0 7 19 12.6
1/4
Central Arkansas * 37 3-12 .250 1-7 .143 0-0 .000 1-4-5 2.2 2-0 2 2 0 2 7 12.1
1/7
Northwestern St. * 21 1-9 .111 1-9 .111 0-0 .000 2-1-3 2.3 5-1 1 0 1 0 3 11.3
1/11Nicholls
*
27 1-9 .111 0-6 .000 0-0 .000 0-4-4 2.4 3-0 1 4 2 2 2 10.6
1/14McNeese
*
32 2-10 .200 2-8 .250 2-2 1.000 1-1-2 2.4 3-0 4 2 0 0 8 10.4
1/17
Stephen F. Austin * 37 4-13 .308 4-7 .571 2-2 1.000 4-2-6 2.6 5-1 2 2 0 1 14 10.7
1/22
Sam Houston St. * 38 9-15 .600 5-11 .455 0-1 .000 1-1-2 2.6 3-0 3 1 0 3 23 11.4
1/24
Incarnate Word
*
29 4-12 .333 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 0-2-2 2.5 2-0 3 2 1 1 11 11.4
1/26
Angelo State
*
34 3-17 .176 3-12 .250 2-2 1.000 0-1-1 2.4 0-0 6 1 0 3 11 11.4
1/29
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
1/31Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/5Lamar
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/7
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/12
Sam Houston St. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/18
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/21
Southeastern La. – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/25
Houston Baptist – –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
2/28
New Orleans
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/5
Incarnate Word
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
3/7
Corpus Christi
– –
– –
– –
– –
– –
–––––– –
Total
18 534 73-201 .363 41-138 .297 18-22 .818 17-27-44 2.4 43-2 52 38 9 37 205 11.4
Individual Single-Game Highs
Points
24 at UMKC (11/29/2014)
Blocks
3 (3x) last vs. George Mason (11/28/2014)
3FG Made
5 (4x) last: vs. Sam Houston State (1/22/2015)
Rebounds
6 (2x) last vs. Stephen F. Austin (1/17/2015)
Minutes
39 vs. Jacksonville (12/21/2013)
3FG Attempts
12 (3x) last vs. Angelo State (1/26/2015)
Assists
7 (2x) last vs. SW Christian (12/15/2014)
FG Made
9 (2x) last: vs. Sam Houston State (1/22/2015)
FT Made
8 vs. Jacksonville (12/21/2013)
Steals
7 at Kansas State (12/22/2014)
FG Attempts
21 at UMKC (11/29/2014)
FT Attempts
8 (2x) last vs. Jacksonville (12/21/2013)
Career Statistics
(Cl.) Year GP-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA (Fr.) 12-13 28-14 687-24.5 70-159 (So.) 13-14 29-29 864-29.8 120-312 (Jr.) 14-15 18-18 534-29.7 73-201 TOTAL 75-61 2085-27.8 263-672 30
Pct. 3FG-FGA Pct. FT-FTA .440 41-98 .418 41-63 .385 69-214 .322 33-53 .363 41-138 .297 18-22 .391 151-450 .336 92-138 Pct. O–D–Tot Avg .651 16-56-72 2.6 .623 15-39-54 1.9 .818 17-27-44 2.4 .667 48-122-170 2.3 www.ACUSports.com | #GoWildcats | #ACUE4C
PF-FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
37-0 58 80 8 24 222
7.9
60-1 90 84 17 40 342 11.8
43-2 52 38 9 37 205 11.4
140-3 200 202 34 101 769 10.3
Awards
WBCA-KODAK ALL-AMERICA
First Team
1983-84 Claudia Schleyer, f
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer, f
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer, f
1994-95 Jennifer Clarkson, f
1995-96 Jennifer Clarkson, f
2010-11 Mack Lankford, g
2012-13 Mack Lankford, g
Honorable Mention
1998-99 Amber Tate, g
DIVISION II BULLETIN
ALL-AMERICA
Honorable Mention
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
2001-02 Melanie Carter, c
2002-03 Melanie Carter, c
2003-04 Melanie Carter, f
Honorable Mention
1988-89 Suzanne Johnson, g
Anita Vigil, g
1989-90 Suzanne Johnson, g
1990-91 Anita Vigil, g
1995-96 Caroline Omamo, f
1996-97 Caroline Omamo, f
1997-98 Caroline Omamo, f
1998-99 Jackie Bucher, c
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
2001-02 Melanie Carter, c
2002-03 Melanie Carter, c
2003-04 Melanie Carter, f
2009-10 Jamie Meyer, f
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
1984
Claudia Schleyer
1985
Claudia Schleyer
1986
Claudia Schleyer
1990
Suzanne Johnson
1995
Jennifer Clarkson
1996
Jennifer Clarkson
1998
Caroline Omamo (S)
1999
Jackie Bucher (S)
2001
Melanie Carter (S)
WBCA-KODAK ALL-DISTRICT
1983-84 Claudia Schleyer, f
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer, f
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer, f
1985-86 Deonna Moore, g
1988-89 Suzanne Johnson, g
Anita Vigil, g
1989-90 Suzanne Johnson, g
1990-91 Anita Vigil, g
1993-94 Jennifer Clarkson, f
1994-95 Jennifer Clarkson, f
1995-96 Jennifer Clarkson, f
Caroline Omamo, f
1996-97 Caroline Omamo, f
1997-98 Caroline Omamo, f
1998--99 Jackie Bucher, c
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
2001-02 Melanie Carter, c
2002-03 Melanie Carter, c
2003-04 Melanie Carter, f
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
DEFENSIVE PLAYER
OF THE YEAR
1983
Debra Woodruff
1986
Deonna Moore
1989
Suzanne Johnson
1990
Suzanne Johnson
1994
Jennifer Clarkson
1995
Jennifer Clarkson
1997
Auske Steponaviciute
1998
Shalonda Bowden (S)
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
1983
Claudia Schleyer
1986
Angie Dill
1988
Anita Vigil
1990
Michelle McDaniel
1993
Jennifer Clarkson
1994
Auske Steponaviciute
2002
Melanie Carter (S)
2011
Mack Lankford (S)
2013
Whitney West
DAKTRONICS-CoSIDA
ALL-AMERICA
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
2009-10 Jamie Meyer, f
2011-12 Mack Lankford, g
DAKTRONICS-CoSIDA
ALL-REGION
First Team
1998-99 Jackie Bucher, c
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
2000-01 Melanie Carter, c
2001-02 Melanie Carter, c
2002-03 Melanie Carter, c
2003-04 Melanie Carter, f
2007-08 Audrey Maxwell, c
2009-10 Jamie Meyer, f
2010-11 Mack Lankford, g
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR
2011
Kelsey Smith (S)
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
COACH OF THE YEAR
1985
Burl McCoy
1986
Burl McCoy
1996
Suzanne Fox
1998
Wayne Williams
2008
Shawna Lavender
2013
Julie Goodenough
Second Team
2003-04 Lynsie Blau, c
2006-07 Alex Guiton, g
Audrey Maxwell, c
2007-08 Alex Guiton, g
2008-09 Audrey Maxwell-Lively, c
2009-10 Jody Meyer, c
SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE
All-Defensive Team
2013-14 Suzzy Dimba, f
ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE
Honorable Mention
2013-14 Suzzy Dimba, f
Renata Marquez, f
ALL-LONE STAR CONFERENCE
First Team
1982-83 Claudia Schleyer, f
Debra Woodruff, g
Regina Swaim, g
1983-84 Claudia Schleyer, f
Deonna Moore, g
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer, f
Deonna Moore, g
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer, f
Deonna Moore, g
1987-88 Anita Vigil, g
1988-89 Anita Vigil, g
Pat Bidwell, f
1989-90 Suzanne Johnson, g
1990-91 Anita Vigil, g
1992-93 Jennifer Clarkson, f
1993-94 Jennifer Clarkson, f
Sandie Kyllo, f
1994-95 Jennifer Clarkson, f
1995-96 Jennifer Clarkson, f
Caroline Omamo, f
1996-97 Caroline Omamo, f
1997-98 Caroline Omamo, f
Shalonda Bowden, g-f
1998-99 Jackie Bucher, f
Amber Tate, g
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
2000-01 Melanie Carter, c
2001-02 Melanie Carter, c
2002-03 Melanie Carter, c
2003-04 Melanie Carter, f
2004-05 Stephanie Riles, f
2006-07 Alex Guiton, g
Audrey Maxwell, c
2007-08 Alex Guiton, g
Audrey Maxwell, c
2008-09 Audrey Maxwell-Lively, c
Jamie Meyer, f
2009-10 Jamie Meyer, f
Jody Meyer, c
2010-11 Mack Lankford, g
2011-12 Mack Lankford, g
2012-13 Mack Lankford, g
Second Team
1982-83 Jana Edwards, c
1985-86 Angie Dill, c
1987-88 Pat Bidwell, f
Stephanie Spring, f
Suzanne Johnson, g
1988-89 Suzanne Johnson, g
1991-92 Cathe Crow, f
Anita Vigil, g
1992-93 Michelle McDaniel, f-c
1994-95 Shalonda Bowden, g-f
Aukse Steponaviciute, c
1995-96 Shalonda Bowden, g
Cheree Monden, g
1996-97 Aukse Steponaviciute, c
2001-02 Brenda Jacoby, g
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2007-08
2010-11
2012-13
Lynsie Blau, c
Lynsie Blau, c
Jamie Boles, c
Ashley King, g
Alex Guiton, g
Kristee Davidson, f
Autumn Whitaker, g
Renata Marquez, f
Honorable Mention
1983-84 Caroline Peterson, c
1985-86 Pat Bidwell, f
1986-87 Stephanie Spring, f
Pat Bidwell, f
Suzanne Johnson, g
Angie Dill, c
1987-88 Donna Radford, c
1988-89 Stephanie Spring, f
Angie Dill, c
1990-91 Tiffany Bryant, f
Cathe Crow, f
1993-94 Aukse Steponaviciute, c
1995-96 Aukse Steponaviciute, c
1996-97 Barbara Pyle, g
Cheree Monden, g
Erica Knight, f
1997-98 Erica Knight, g
1998-99 Emily Berry, f
1999-00 Brenda Jacoby, f
Ashley Gray, g
2000-01 Jackie Vinson, f
2002-03 Ashley King, g
2004-05 Meredith Doyle, f
Alex Guiton, g
2005-06 Ashley King, g
2007-08 Jamie Meyer, f
2008-09 Kat Kundmueller, g
Jody Meyer, f
Kelsey Darby-Holson, g
2009-10 Kat Kundmueller, g
2010-11 Kelsey Smith, c
2012-13 Kelsey Smith, f
SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE
ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM
Second Team
2013-14 Renata Marquez
SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE
Commissioner’s Honor Roll
2013-14 Lizzy Dimba
Suzzy Dimba
Jessica Elkins
Katelyn Goodman
Brianne Jolivet
Renata Marquez
Erin Maxwell
Sydney Shelstead
Whitney West
SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE
Player of the Week
12/23/13 Suzzy Dimba
12/2/14 Whitney West
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Awards
LONE STAR CONFERENCE
ACADEMIC PLAYER
OF THE YEAR
2010
Jamie Meyer (S)
ACADEMIC ALL-LSC
First Team
1982-83 Callie Barkley, f
Debra Woodruff, g
1983-84 Claudia Schleyer, f
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer, f
Karen Bryant, g
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer, f
Deonna Moore, g
1986-87 Angie Dill, c
1987-88 Angie Dill, c
Suzanne Johnson, g
Stephanie Spring, f
1988-89 Suzanne Johnson, g
Stephanie Spring, f
1989-90 Suzanne Johnson, g
Cathe Crow, f
1990-91 Cathe Crow, f
1991-92 Cathe Crow, f
Erica Smith, g
1993-94 Jennifer Clarkson, f
Melinda Armstrong, c
Jerri O’Flynn, g
1994-95 Jennifer Clarkson, f
Jerri O’Flynn, g
1995-96 Jennifer Clarkson, f
1996-97 Caroline Omamo, f
1997-98 Caroline Omamo, f
Farrah Frantz, g
Jill Kurschner, c
1998-99 Farrah Frantz, g
Jill Kurschner, f
Amber Tate, g
Jackie Bucher, f
2000-01 Kristi Taylor, g
2001-02 Melanie Carter, c
Brenda Jacoby, g
2002-03 Melanie Carter, c
2003-04 Melanie Carter, f
2004-05 Kierstan Barbee, f
2005-06 Alex Guiton, g
Kierstan Barbee, f
2006-07 Alex Guiton, g
Audrey Maxwell, c
Lacey Blau, f
2007-08 Alex Guiton, g
Audrey Maxwell, c
2008-09 Jamie Meyer, f
Audrey Maxwell-Lively, c
Kat Kundmueller, g
2009-10 Jamie Meyer, f
Jody Meyer, c
Kat Kundmueller, g
2011-12 Hillari Adam, f
Mack Lankford, g
2012-13 Mack Lankford, g
1991-92 Melinda Armstrong, c
1992-93 Michelle McDaniel, f-c
LaConya Pierre, f
1995-96 Caroline Omamo, f
1996-97 Jennifer Havard, f
1997-98 Farrah Frantz, g
Jill Kurschner, f-c
Caroline Omamo, f
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, f
2000-01 Jodi Hellums, g
Sara McBroom, f
2001-02 Leah Wilson, g
Kristi Taylor, g
Sara McBroom, f
Jenny Jackson, g
2002-03 Jackie Vinson, f
Leah Wilson, f
Sara McBroom, f
Jenny Jackson, g
Meredith Doyle, f
Shara Helmbeck, g
Jodi Hellums, g
2003-04 Jackie Vinson, f
Leah Wilson, f
Ashley King, g
Jenny Jackson, g
Meredith Doyle, f
Lynsie Blau, c
Kierstan Barbee, g
2004-05 Meredith Doyle, f
Ashley King, g
Stephanie Riles, f
2005-06 Jamie Lord, c
Ashley King, g
2006-07 Ashlee Barr, f
2007-08 Jamie Meyer, f
Ashlee Barr, f
Kat Kundmueller, g
Jody Meyer, f
2008-09 Joanna Harner, g
CiCi Davis, g
Jody Meyer, f
2010-11 Hillari Adam, f
Danielle Hartley, g
Tamenia Jourdan, g
Mack Lankford, g
Shelby Shipley, g
Savannah Smith, g
2011-12 Savannah Smith, g
2012-13 Paige Parliament, f
Renata Marquez, f
Savannah Smith, g
Honorable Mention
1984-85 Patti Conner, g
Deonna Moore, g
1986-87 Pat Bidwell, f
Patti Conner, g
Stephanie Spring, f
1988-89 Angie Dill, c
1990-91 Amy Franklin, c
AIAW ALL-AMERICA
First Team
1980-81 Bonnie Buchanan, f
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ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA
First Team
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer, f
1988-89 Suzanne Johnson, g
1995-96 Jennifer Clarkson, f
Second Team
1978-79 Linda Jordan, g
NCAA REGION TOURNAMENT
ALL-TOURNAMENT
Most Valuable Player
1996
Caroline Omamo, f
All-Tournament
1996
Jennifer Clarkson, f
Auke Steponaviciute, c
1997
Caroline Omamo, f
LSC ALL-TOURNAMENT
Most Valuable Player
1983
Claudia Schleyer, f
1985
Claudia Schleyer, f
1986
Claudia Schleyer, f
1993
Jennifer Clarkson, f
1995
Jennifer Clarkson, f
1996
Caroline Omamo, f
1998
Caroline Omamo, f
1999
Jackie Bucher, c
All-Tournament
1983
Debra Woodruff
Regina Swaim
1984
Claudia Schleyer
1985
Deonna Moore
Patti Conner
1986
Deonna Moore
Angie Dill
1988
Donna Radford
Anita Vigil
1989
Stephanie Spring
Anita Vigil
1992
Anita Vigil
1993
Sandie Kyllo
1994
Jennifer Clarkson
Sandie Kyllo
1995
Shalonda Bowden
1996
Shalonda Bowden
Jennifer Clarkson
Aukse Steponaviciute
1997
Caroline Omamo
Erica Knight
1998
Caroline Omamo
Jill Kurschner
Emily Berry
1999
Jackie Bucher
Amber Tate
2004
Melanie Carter
2005
Stephanie Riles
2008
Audrey Maxwell
2010
Jamie Meyer
Second Team
1999-00 Jackie Bucher, c
TAIAW ALL-STATE
First Team
1978-79 Kathy Marshall, g
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ACU YEAR-BY-YEAR MVP
1973-74 Phyllis Best
1974-75 Teresa Rubart
1975-76 Teresa Rubart
1976-77 Teresa Rubart
1977-78 Deedy Johnson
1978-79 Kathy Hooper Marshall
1979-80 Linda Jordan
1980-81 Bonnie Buchanan
Janice Mulford
1981-82 Callie Barkley
1982-83 Claudia Schleyer
1983-84 Claudia Schleyer
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer
1986-87 Stephanie Spring
1987-88 Anita Vigil
Donna Radford
1988-89 Anita Vigil
1989-90 Suzanne Johnson
1990-91 Anita Vigil
1991-92 Anita Vigil
1992-93 Jennifer Clarkson
1993-94 Jennifer Clarkson
1994-95 Jennifer Clarkson
1995-96 Jennifer Clarkson
1996-97 Barbara Pyle
1997-98 Caroline Omamo
1998-99 Jackie Bucher
1999-00 Jackie Bucher
2000-01 Melanie Carter
2001-02 Melanie Carter
2002-03 Melanie Carter
2003-04 Melanie Carter
2004-05 Stephanie Riles
2005-06 Alex Guiton
2006-07 Alex Guiton
2007-08 Audrey Maxwell
Alex Guiton
2009-10 Jamie Meyer
2010-11 Mack Lankford
2011-12 Mack Lankford
2012-13 Renata Marquez
2013-14 Renata Marquez
Records
Top-10 Career Scorers
Player
1. Claudia Schleyer
2. Jennifer Clarkson
3. Melanie Carter
4. Anita Vigil
5. Teresa Rubart
6. Deedy Johnson
7. Suzanne Johnson
8. Linda Jordan
9. Alex Guiton
10. Caroline Omamo
Top-10 Season Scorers
Player
1. Bonnie Buchanan
2. Janice Mulford
3. Jennifer Clarkson
4. Claudia Schleyer
5. Claudia Schleyer
6. Jennifer Clarkson
7. Jennifer Clarkson
8. Claudia Schleyer
9. Kathy Hooper Marhsall
10. Claudia Schleyer
G
Seasons
114
1982-86
118
1992-96
81
2000-04
105 1987-89, 1990-92
94
1973-77
132
1977-81
121
1986-90
133
1977-81
114
2004-08
114
1994-98
G
37
38
33
28
31
28
30
26
35
29
ACU Year-by-Year Scoring Leaders
Season
1980-81
1980-81
1995-96
1985-86
1984-85
1994-95
1993-94
1983-84
1978-79
1982-83
Points
2,770
2,463
1,962 1,795
1,695
1,593
1,502
1,497
1,485
1,461
Points
842
802
774
770
731
694
659
653
631
616
Year
Name
G
FG
FT
TP
Avg.
1971-72
Sandra Prince
138459
227 17.5
1972-73
Ann Mackey
185248
152 8.4
1973-74
Teresa Rubart
196847
189 9.9
1974-75
Teresa Rubart
28182118489 17.5
1975-76
Teresa Rubart
23205100513 22.3
1976-77
Teresa Rubart
24202100504 21.0
1977-78
Kathy Hooper
17207 51292 17.5
1978-79
Kathy Hooper
35273 85631 18.0
1979-80 Bonnie Buchanan
15
–
– 378
25.2
1980-81 Bonnie Buchanan
37366110842 22.8
1981-82
Michele Cooper
22116 29261 11.9
1982-83
Claudia Schleyer
29237142616 21.2
1983-84
Claudia Schleyer
26250153653 25.1
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer
31294143731 23.6
1985-86
Claudia Schleyer
28293184770 27.5
1986-87
Stephanie Spring
29138 89365 12.6
1987-88 Anita Vigil
28 148
53 382
13.6
1988-89 Anita Vigil
31219115601 19.4
1989-90 Suzanne Johnson
29185102523 18.0
1990-91 Anita Vigil
26188104537 20.7
1991-92
Anita Vigil
207882
275 13.8
1992-93
Jennifer Clarkson
27119 98336 12.4
1993-94
Jennifer Clarkson
30233189659 22.0
1994-95
Jennifer Clarkson
28255182694 24.8
1995-96
Jennifer Clarkson
33254263774 23.5
1996-97
Caroline Omamo
30188 65441 14.7
1997-98
Caroline Omamo
29167 58400 12.9
1998-99
Jackie Bucher
31235135605 19.5
1999-00
Jackie Bucher
27229118577 21.4
2000-01
Melanie Carter
28206136548 19.6
2001-02
Melanie Carter
24165160491 20.5
2002-03
Melanie Carter
29173123470 16.2
2003-04
Melanie Carter
29172106453 15.6
2004-05
Stephanie Riles
30160114435 15.0
2005-06
Alex Guiton
27104123386 14.3
2006-07
Alex Guiton
29117141439 15.1
2007-08
Audrey Maxwell
28170308477 17.0
2008-09
Audrey Maxwell-Lively29144154442 15.2
2009-10
Jamie Meyer
28224121589 21.0
2010-11
Mack Lankford
27170 99490 18.1
2011-12
Mack Lankford
21140230451 21.5
2012-13
Mack Lankford
27122 85382 14.1
Year
Name
2013-14
Renata Marquez
G
FG
FT
TP
Avg.
30163 51443 14.8
Top-10 Career Rebounders
Player
1. Teresa Rubart
2. Jennifer Clarkson
3. Claudia Schleyer
4. Angie Dill
5. Audrey Maxwell-Lively
6. Melanie Carter
7. Caroline Omamo
8. Aukse Steponaviciute
9. Jody Meyer
10. Cathe Crow
G
94
118
114
121
110
81
114
123
115
112
Top-10 Season Rebounders
Player
1. Janice Mulford
2. Teresa Rubart
3. Bonnie Buchanan
4. Caroline Omamo
5. Jennifer Clarkson
6. Lynsie Blau
7. Jennifer Clarkson
Teresa Rubart
9. Jody Meyer
10. Angie Dill
G
38
28
37
33
33
29
28
23
28
29
SeasonsRebounds
1973-77
1,194
1992-96
1,144
1982-86
1,086
1985-89
1,057
2005-08
952
2000-04
949
1994-98
924
1993-97
894
2006-10
822
1988-92
806
Season Rebounds
1980-81
455
1974-75
436
1980-81
399
1995-96
337
1995-96
327
2003-04
323
1994-95
309
1975-76
309
2009-10
303
1986-87
302
ACU Year-by-Year Rebounding Leaders
Year
Name
1971-72 Sandra Prine
1972-73 Ann Mackey
1973-74 Teresa Rubart
1974-75 Teresa Rubart
1975-76 Teresa Rubart
1976-77 Teresa Rubart
1977-78 Coilla Compton
1978-79 Kathy Hooper Marshall
1979-80 – Stats Not Available –
1980-81 Janice Mulford
1981-82 Caroline Peterson
1982-83 Claudia Schleyer
1983-84 Claudia Schleyer
1984-85 Claudia Schleyer
1985-86 Claudia Schleyer
1986-87 Angie Dill
1987-88 Angie Dill
1988-89 Angie Dill
1989-90 Cathe Crow
1990-91 Cathe Crow
1991-92 Cathe Crow
1992-93 Jennifer Clarkson
1993-94 Jennifer Clarkson
1994-95 Jennifer Clarkson
1995-96 Caroline Omamo
1996-97 Caroline Omamo
1997-98 Caroline Omamo
1998-99 Jackie Bucher
1999-00 Jackie Bucher
2000-01 Melanie Carter
2001-02 Melanie Carter
2002-03 Lynsie Blau
2003-04 Lynsie Blau
2004-05 Stephanie Riles
2005-06 Jamie Boles-Lord
2006-07 Audrey Maxwell
2007-08 Audrey Maxwell
2008-09 Audrey Maxwell-Lively
G
13
18
19
28
23
24
17
35
Rebounds
129
97
189
436
309
274
135
186
Avg.
9.9
8.4
9.9
15.6
13.4
11.4
14.1
5.3
38
22
29
26
31
28
29
33
31
29
26
29
27
30
28
33
30
29
31
27
28
24
29
29
29
25
29
28
29
455
146
259
248
291
288
302
244
281
274
208
239
200
288
309
327
232
271
293
259
266
237
225
323
213
172
294
266
299
12.0
6.6
8.9
9.5
9.4
10.3
10.4
7.4
9.1
9.4
8.0
8.2
7.4
9.6
11.0
10.2
7.7
9.3
9.5
9.6
9.5
9.9
7.8
11.1
7.3
6.9
10.1
9.5
10.3
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Records
Year
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
Name
Jody Meyer
Kelsey Smith
Kelsey Smith
Kelsey Smith
Suzzy Dimba
G
28
27
25
28
30
Rebounds
303
232
200
198
272
Avg.
10.8
8.6
8.0
7.1
9.1
Team Season Records
Points......................................................................... 3,131, 1980-81 (31-7)
Scoring Average.............................................................89.4, 1995-96 (31-2)
FG Made................................................................................1,284, 1980-81
FG Attempts..........................................................................2,827, 1980-81
FG Percent.......................................................... .496 (1090-2196), 1995-96
3-pt FG Made ......................................................................... 291, 2013-14
3-pt FG Attempts .................................................................... 873, 2013-14
3-pt FG Percent .................. .401, 1988-89 (95 of 237), 1990-91 (77 of 192)
FT Made ................................................................................. 656, 1995-96
FT Attempts ............................................................................ 901, 1995-96
FT Percentage..................................................... .759 (397 of 523), 2009-10
Rebounds ............................................................................ 2,014, 1980-81
Rebound Average .................................................................. 53.0, 1980-81
Assists ..................................................................................... 635, 1995-96
Assist Average ....................................................................... 20.0, 1993-94
Steals ................................................................................... 1,047, 1977-78
Steal Average.......................................................................... 30.8, 1977-78
Wins ............................................... 31, 1980-81 (31-7) and 1995-96 (31-2)
Losses ....................................................................................... 18, 2000-01
Winning Percentage .................................................... .939 (31-2), 1995-96
Team Game Records
Most Points .......................................... 147 vs. Texas Woman’s, 05 Jan 2009
Combined Points (two teams)....................... 290, TWU at ACU, 05 Jan 2009
ACU won 147-143, in 4 OT)
FG Made................................................. 59 vs. Texas Woman’s, 05 Jan 2009
FG Attempts......................................... 112 vs. Texas Woman’s, 05 Jan 2009
Most 3-pt FG Made ............................ 18 vs. Arlington Baptist, 18 Feb 2014
3-pt FG Attempts .................................50 vs. Arlington Baptist, 18 Feb 2014
Best 3-pt FG Percentage.................................................................................
..................................... .727 vs. Oklahoma Christian (8 of 11), 29 Dec 1987
FT Made........................................ 36 vs. Eastern New Mexico, 21 Jan 2006
FT Attempts........................................ 46 vs. West Texas A&M, 13 Dec 2011
Most Rebounds ............................... 74 vs. Southern Colorado, 26 Nov 1993
Most Assists ............................................ 40 vs. Texas Woman’s 05 Jan 2009
Most Steals ........................................................... 67 vs. McMurry, 1977-78
Most Blocks ................................................... 12 at East Central, 5 Jan 2002
Individual Season Records
Points ........................................................ 842, Bonnie Buchanan, 1980-81
Scoring Average .......................................... 27.5, Claudia Schleyer, 1985-86
FG Made .................................................... 366, Bonnie Buchanan, 1980-81
FG Attempts .............................................. 765, Bonnie Buchanan, 1980-81
FG Percent ................................................... .694, Jackie Bucher, 1999-2000
3-pt FG Made ....................................................... 74, Ashley King, 2003-04
3-pt FG Attempts ............................................. 214, Whitney West, 2013-14
3-pt FG Percent ................................ .438, Ashley King (74 of 169), 2003-04
FT Attempts ............................................... 347, Jennifer Clarkson, 1995-96
FT Made .................................................... 263, Jennifer Clarkson, 1995-96
FT Percentage ......................... .897, Kynzie Newman, 2012-2013 (52 of 58)
Rebounds ...................................................... 455, Janice Mulford, 1980-81
Rebound Average ........................................... 15.6, Teresa Rubart, 1974-75
Blocked Shots ...................................... 112, Aukse Steponaviciute, 1995-96
Steals .............................................................180, Coilla Compton, 1977-78
Steal Average ................................................. 5.3, Coilla Compton, 1977-78
Assists.......................................................... 213, Kat Kundmueller, 2009-10
Assist Average ............................................. 7.6, Kat Kundmueller, 2009-10
Individual Game Records
Points ............................... 49, Jamie Meyer, vs Texas Woman’s, 05 Jan 2009
FG Made ........................... 22, Jamie Meyer, vs Texas Woman’s, 05 Jan 2009
FG Attempts...................... 30, Jamie Meyer, vs Texas Woman’s, 05 Jan 2009
FG Made Without a Miss ..............................................................................
..........................................14, Melanie Carter vs. St. Edward’s, 18 Dec 2001
3-pt FG Made .............8, Renata Marquez vs. Arlington Baptist, 18 Feb 2014
8, Alex Guiton vs. Central Oklahoma, 09 Dec 2006
Ashley King vs. East Central, 02 March 2004
3-pt FG Attempts ..........................................................................................
.................................17, Renata Marquez vs. Arlington Baptist, 18 Feb 2014
3-pt FG Percent (minimum 8 made) ..............................................................
....................... 1.000, Ashley King vs. East Central; (8 for 8), 02 March 2004
FT Made.....................14, Jody Meyer vs. Central Oklahoma, 04 March 2010
Mack Lankford vs. Tarleton State, 14 Jan 2012
FT Attempts................ 19, Jody Meyer vs. Texas-Permian Basin, 24 Nov 2009
FT Made Without a Miss................................................................................
...........................14-14, Jamie Meyer vs. Central Oklahoma, 04 March 2010
Rebounds .......................................................... 29, Teresa Rubart, 1974-75
Assists .......................... 16, Kat Kundmueller, vs Texas Woman’s, 5 Jan 2009
Steals .................... 12, Coilla Compton, 1977-78; Deedy Johnson, 1977-78;
Jennifer Clarkson, 01 March 1994
Blocks ................. 6, (4x) Last: Kelsey Smith vs. Incarnate Word, 15 Jan 2013
Individual Career Records
Points ....................................................... 2,770, Claudia Schleyer, 1982-86
Scoring Average .......................................... 24.3, Claudia Schleyer, 1982-86
Rebounds ..................................................... 1,194, Teresa Rubart, 1973-77
Rebound Average ........................................... 12.7, Teresa Rubart, 1973-77
Assists ......................................................... 584, Kat Kundmueller, 2006-10
Assist Average ............................................. 5.1, Kat Kundmueller, 2006-10
Blocked Shots ...................................... 392, Aukse Steponaviciute, 1993-97
Games .............................................................. 133, Linda Jordan, 1977-81
FG Made ................................................... 1,074, Claudia Schleyer, 1982-86
FT Made .................................................... 732, Jennifer Clarkson, 1992-96
FG Percentage (Four seasons)... .639, Melanie Carter, 2000-2004 (715-1120)
Three seasons.............................. .651, Jackie Bucher, 1997-2000 (538-826)
3-pt FG Made...................................................... 239, Ashley King, 2002-06
3-pt FG Attempt ................................................. 625, Ashley King, 2002-06
3-pt FG Percentage (200 attempts)................................................................
................................................. .402, Anita Vigil, 1987-89, 90-92 (175-435)
Renata Marquez
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Year-by-Year Win-Loss Records
ACU in NCAA Tournaments
Season Coach W
L
Pct.
1971-72 Dr. Joyce Curtis
4
9
.308
1972-73 Dr. Joyce Curtis 4
14
.222
1973-74 Dr. Joyce Curtis
10
10
.500
1974-75 Dr. Joyce Curtis
13
15
.464
1975-76 Dr. Joyce Curtis 14
9
.609
1976-77 Burl McCoy
8
17
.320
1977-78 Burl McCoy
20
14
.588
1978-79
Burl McCoy
22
13
.629
1979-80 Burl McCoy 18
9
.667
1980-81 Burl McCoy 31
7
.816
1981-82 Burl McCoy 8
14
.364
1982-83 Burl McCoy 21
8
.724
1983-84 Burl McCoy 20
7
.741
1984-85 Burl McCoy 21
10
.677
1985-86
Burl McCoy 20
8
.714
1986-87 Burl McCoy 18
11
.621
1987-88 Burl McCoy
27
6
.818
1988-89 Burl McCoy
23
8
.742
1989-90
Burl McCoy
16
13
.552
1990-91 Burl McCoy
9
17
.346
1991-92 Burl McCoy
17
12
.586
1992-93
Suzanne Fox
18
9
.667
1993-94
Suzanne Fox
21
9
.700
1994-95
Suzanne Fox
23
7
.767
1995-96
Suzanne Fox
31
2
.939
1996-97
Suzanne Fox
24
6
.800
1997-98
Wayne Williams
26
5
.839
1998-99
Wayne Williams
24
7
.774
1999-00
Wayne Williams
14
13
.519
2000-01
Wayne Williams
10
18
.357
2001-02
Wayne Williams
11
15
.423
2002-03
Wayne Williams
11
12
.478
2002-03
Shawna Lavender
5
1
.833
2003-04 Shawna Lavender1910.655
2004-05 Shawna Lavender2010.667
2005-06 Shawna Lavender1215.444
2006-07 Shawna Lavender1712.586
2007-08 Shawna Lavender1811.621
2008-09 Shawna Lavender1811.621
2009-10 Shawna Lavender1711.607
2010-11 Shawna Lavender1116.407
2011-12 Shawna Lavender1214.462
2012-13
Julie Goodenough
21
7
.750
2013-14
Julie Goodenough
18
12
.600
2014-15
Julie Goodenough
10
8
.556
TOTALS
756472 .616
1985 • Colorado Springs, Colo.
Quarterfinals – Abilene Christian 82, U.S. Air Force 61
Coaches (sorted by winning percentage)
2013 • Grand Junction, Colo.
Quarterfinals – Texas-Permian Basin 70, Abilene Christian 68
Name
Seasons
Years W LPct.
Suzanne Fox
5
1992-97 117
33 .780
Julie Goodenough
3 2012-present4927
.645
Burl McCoy
16
1976-92299174.632
Shawna Lavender
9
2003-2012149111.573
Wayne Williams
6 1997-20039670
.578
Dr. Joyce Curtis
5
1971-76
45
57 .441
TOTALS
44
1971-2013756472.616
1985 • Warrensburg, Mo.
Semifinals – Central Missouri 76, Abilene Christian 57
1988 • Warrensburg, Mo.
Quarterfinals – Central Missouri 70, Abilene Christian 58
1989 • Warrensburg, Mo.
Quaterfinals – Central Missouri 88, Abilene Christian 73
1994 • Topeka, Kan.
Quarterfinals – Washburn 85, Abilene Christian 57
1995 • Pittsburg, Kan.
Quarterfinals – Abilene Christian 99, Pittsburg State (Kan.) 93
1995 • St. Joseph, Mo.
Semifinals – Missouri Western 79, Abilene Christian 71
1996 • Abilene, Texas
Semifinals – Abilene Christian 81, Nebraska-Kearney 58
Championship – Abilene Christian 66, West Texas A&M 39
1996 • Fargo, N.D.
Quarterfinals – Abilene Christian 81, Northern Michigan 76
Semifinals – Shippensburg 84, Abilene Christian 81
Third Place – Abilene Christian 83, Delta State 65
1997 • St. Joseph, Mo.
Quarterfinals – Abilene Christian 92, Pittsburg State 78
Semifinals – Missouri Western 75, Abilene Christian 71
1998 • Emporia, Kan.
Quarterfinals – Abilene Christian 92, Southwest Baptist 82
Semifinals – Abilene Christian 86, Missouri Western 83
Championship – Emporia State 95, Abilene Christian 64
1999 • Emporia, Kan.
Quarterfinals – Truman State 94, Abilene Christian 79
2005 • Springfield, Mo.
Quarterfinals – Drury 112, Abilene Christian 75
2009 • Canyon, Texas
Quarterfinals – West Texas A&M 78, Abilene Christian 53
NCAA South Central Region Tournament Summary
Year Won Lost ACU Points Opp. Points All-Tournament
1985
1
1139137
1988
0
15870
1989
0
17388
1994
0
15785
1995
1
1170172
1996
2
0
147
97
C. Omamo, f
(MVP)
J. Clarkson, f
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Records
Year Won Lost ACU Points Opp. Points All-Tournament
A.Steponaviciute, c
1997
1
1
163
153
C. Omamo, f
1998
2
1242260
1999
0
17994
2005 01
75
112
2009
0
15378
2013
0
16870
TOTALS
7
111,3241,416
NCAA National Tournament Summary
Year Won Lost ACU Points Opp. Points All-Tournament
1996
2
1245225
TOTALS
2
1245225
Best Wildcat Games
Name Opponent Date FG FGA FTFTA TP
Jamie Meyer
TWU
1-05-092230 4 4 49
Janice Mulford L-Rhyne
3-21-812236 4 8 48
Jamie Meyer
UCO
3-4-1015261414 44
Claudia Schleyer Kingsville
1-20-8616201215 44
B. Buchanan TWC
2-14-80––––44
Teresa Rubart McMurry
2-27-761726 911 43
Sandie Kyllo
ENMU
2-7-9415211010 42
Claudia Schleyer UMHB
1-10-861622 913 41
Stephanie Riles Lincoln
12-13-0413181415 40
Audrey Maxwell UIW
11-27-071523 810 39
Alex Guiton
UCO.
12-9-061219 7 7 39
J. Clarkson
Pittsburg St.
3-8-9512221520 39
J. Clarkson
East Texas
2-20-9511171720 39
B. Buchanan North Texas 1-17-80––––39
Mack Lankford Kingsville
2-19-1211231215 38
Anita Vigil
SU
11-19-901325 8 8 38
Sandra Prince Odessa
2-15-7214191011 38
Jackie Bucher TWU
1-22-9914221015 38
Melanie Carter TWU
2-27-031623 5 8 37
Claudia Schleyer New Mexico 12-03-851425 910 37
Claudia Schleyer SW Texas
2-04-8312201317 37
J. Clarkson
UA-Monticello 12-1-951420 8 9 36
Anita Vigil
Cameron
2-04-911424 5 6 36
J. Clarkson
Angelo State 2-26-9411141315 36
Kathy Hooper Angelo State 2-08-79––––36
Teresa Rubart Howard
3-15-7513191010 36
Jackie Bucher East Central
2-26-9911161415 36
Mack Lankford SE Okla.
12-20-101120 810 35
A. SteponaviciuteENMU
12-16-9612171118 35
S. Johnson
Central
2-12-901423 4 4 35
Anita Vigil
Alaska-Fairbanks12-31-88 9171416 35
Claudia Schleyer UMSL
1-06-861427 7 9 35
Claudia Schleyer ENMU
2-16-851324 910 35
Claudia Schleyer SHSU
1-16-8412171113 35
Claudia Schleyer SMU
12-02-831421 710 35
Claudia Schleyer TLC
1-08-831520 5 6 35
Claudia Schleyer SW Texas
12-11-82 15 20 5 8 35
B. Buchanan HSU
2-12-80––––35
Best Wildcat Seasons
800-POINT CLUB
Name Bonnie Buchanan
Janice Mulford
36
700-POINT CLUB
Name Jennifer Clarkson
Claudia Schleyer
Claudia Schleyer
Year 1995-96
1985-86
1984-85
G FG FT TP Avg.
3325426377423.5
2829318477027.5
3129414373123.6
600-POINT CLUB
Name Year Jennifer Clarkson
1994-95
Jennifer Clarkson
1993-94
Claudia Schleyer
1983-84
Kathy Hooper Marshall 1978-79
Claudia Schleyer
1982-83
Jackie Bucher
1998-99
Anita Vigil
1988-89
G FG FT TP Avg.
2825518269424.8
3023318965922.0
2625015365325.1
35 273
85 631 18.0
2923714261621.2
3123513560519.5
3121911560119.4
500-POINT CLUB
Name Sandie Kyllo
Jamie Meyer
Jackie Bucher
Melanie Carter
Anita Vigil
Deedy Johnson
Suzanne Johnson
Teresa Rubart
Caroline Omamo
Linda Jordan
Teresa Rubart
Year 1993-94
2009-10
1999-00
2000-01
1990-91
1978-79
1989-90
1975-76
1995-96
1978-79
1976-77
G FG FT TP Avg.
3023011759219.7
2822412158921.0
2722911857721.4
2820630354819.6
2618810453720.7
3520212252615.0
2918510252318.0
2320510051322.3
33217 7550915.4
3519711250614.5
2420210050421.0
400-POINT CLUB
Name Melanie Carter
Mack Lankford
Teresa Rubart
Audrey Maxwell
Melanie Carter
Pat Bidwell
Kathy Hooper
Shalonda Bowden
Melanie Carter
Mack Lankford
Renata Marquez
A. Maxwell-Lively
Caroline Omamo
Alex Guiton
Stephanie Riles
Deedy Johnson
Alex Guiton
Coilla Compton
Jamie Boles
Amber Tate
Melissa Gibson
Jody Meyer
Jamie Meyer
Deonna Moore
Shalonda Bowden
Year 2001-02
2010-11
1974-75
2007-08
2002-03
1988-89
1977-78
1994-95
2003-04
2011-12
2013-14
2008-09
1996-97
2006-07
2004-05
1977-78
2007-08
1977-78
2004-05
1998-99
1977-78
2009-10
2008-09
1985-86
1997-98
G FG FT TP Avg.
2416516049120.5
27170 9949018.1
2818211848917.5
2817013647717.0
2917312347016.2
30178 7546615.3
30207 5146515.5
3016210945515.2
2917210645315.6
2114013145121.5
30163 5144314.8
2914415444215.2
30188 6544114.7
29117 6443915.1
2916011443515.0
3316410243013.0
2912114442814.8
34188 5242812.5
29159 9641613.9
31302 9841213.3
34184 3940711.9
2813912740614.5
29153 7040514.0
27163 7640214.4
3113012940012.9
Year G FG FT TP Avg.
1980-81 3736611084222.8
1980-81 3833812680221.1
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Series Records
ACU Opp
Adams State
2
0
Air Force
4
0
Alaska-Anchorage 02
Alaska-Fairbanks
20
Alaska-Pacific
10
Ambassador
10
Angelo State
53
35
Arkansas-Fort Smith
1
0
Arkansas-Monticello 30
Arkansas State
2
1
Arkansas Tech
0
1
Arlington Baptist
1
0
Bentley College
0
1
Baylor 0
1
Cal Poly-Pomona
0
3
Cal State-LA
1
1
Cal State-Northridge
1
1
Cal State-San Bernadino
0
1
Cal State-Sonoma
1
0
Cameron
209
Central Arkansas
0
2
Central Missouri
0
4
Central Oklahoma
29
11
Cisco
20
Colorado Christian
1
0
Colorado State-Pueblo
1
0
Dallas Baptist
1
0
Delta State
1
1
Denver
10
Drury
02
East Central Oklahoma
12
2
Eastern New Mexico
52
13
Eastern Washington
1
0
Eastfield
10
East Texas Baptist
1
0
Eckerd, Fla.
1
0
Emporia State
2
3
Florida Atlantic
0
1
Florida Southern
0
1
Fort Hays State
1
0
Fort Lewis
0
1
Friends, Kansas
1
0
George Mason
1
0
Grand Canyon
0
1
Grand Valley State
1
0
Grand View, Mo.
1
0
Hardin-Simmons 197
Harding
31
Harris-Stowe State
1
0
Hawaii
11
Hawaii Pacific
1
0
Henderson State
2
0
Hillsdale
10
Houston Baptist
1
0
Howard
76
Howard Payne
23
4
Huston Tillotson
2
0
Idaho State
1
0
Incarnate Word
15
8
Jacksonville
10
Kansas State
0
1
ACU Opp
Lamar
01
Lenoir-Rhyne
01
Lincoln, Mo.
2
0
Louisiana College
0
1
Loyola (La.)
1
0
Lubbock Christian
3
0
McMurry
135
McNeese State
1
1
Mary Hardin-Baylor
12
1
Metro State, Colo.
0
1
Midwestern State
37
22
Minnesota-Mankato 01
Mississippi 0
1
Mississippi College
1
0
Missouri-Kansas City
1
0
Missouri-Rolla
31
Missouri-St. Louis
1
0
Missouri Southern
2
1
Missouri Western 3
9
Montana State-Billings
0
2
Nebraska-Kearney 21
Nebraska-Omaha 01
New Mexico
1
0
New Mexico State
0
1
New Orleans
1
0
Nicholls
11
North Dakota State
0
1
North Florida
1
0
North Texas
3
5
Northwood
10
Northeast Missouri
1
0
Northeastern St. (Okla.)
7
8
Northern Colorado
0
1
Northern Michigan
1
0
Northwest Missouri
0
2
Northwestern State
0
2
Odessa
10
Oklahoma
01
Oklahoma Christian
2
2
Oklahoma City
0
1
Okla. Science-Arts
1
0
Oral Roberts
1
0
Ouachita Baptist
1
1
Pan American
3
2
Panhandle State
2
0
Phillips
01
Pittsburg State
4
3
Point Loma
1
0
Portland State
1
0
Quincy, Ill.
1
0
Ranger
37
Regis
01
Rice
02
St. Cloud State, Minn.
1
0
St. Edward’s
13
10
St. Leo, Fla.
3
0
St. Martin’s
0
1
St. Mary’s
9
6
Sam Houston State
7
6
Schreiner
20
Shaw
10
ACU Opp
Shippensburg, Pa.
0
1
South Plains
0
4
Southeastern Louisiana
1
1
SE Oklahoma State
6
8
Southern Arkansas
0
1
Southern Colorado
2
1
Southern Indiana
2
0
Southern Methodist
3
2
Southwest Adventist
1
0
Southwest Baptist
3
0
Southwest Christian
1
0
Southwest State, Minn.
0
1
Southwest Texas
4
2
Southwest Oklahoma State
8
4
Southwestern
121
Springfield College
1
0
Stephen F. Austin
0
5
Sul Ross State
1
0
Tampa
01
Tarleton State
34
25
Temple
01
Texas
10
Texas A&M
3
2
Texas A&M-Commerce
53
11
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 0
1
Texas A&M-International
3
0
Texas A&M-Kingsville
51
16
Texas-Arlington 68
Texas Christian
8
3
Texas-El Paso
0
2
Texas Lutheran
10
0
Texas-Permian Basin
6
4
Texas-San Antonio
0
2
Texas Southern
0
2
Texas Tech
7
18
Texas Wesleyan
11
5
Texas Woman’s
41
13
Truman State
0
1
Tulsa
01
Tyler
10
UC-Riverside
21
Washburn
13
Wayland Baptist
4
12
Weatherford
28
West Texas A&M
20
44
Western Colorado
1
0
Western Montana
0
1
Western Texas
3
4
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Year-By-Year Results
1971-72 (4-9)
31 Ranger
38 Ranger JV
34 Hardin-Simmons
20 West Texas State
32 Weatherford
43 Howard County
87 Odessa College
34 Texas Tech
46 Howard County (ot)
45 Tarleton
38 Texas Tech
37 Wayland Baptist
36 West Texas State
521
38
40
45
46
45
37
12
40
44
74
36
43
50
550
1972-73 (4-14)
40 Ranger JV
31 Texas Tech
34 S.F. Austin
42 Texas Tech
34 Baylor
32 Howard County
37 Weatherford
14 Tarleton
25 Ranger JV
38 Weatherford
38 Howard County
37 Texas-Arlington
45 Pan American
47 Hardin-Simmons
23 Texas Tech
36 West Texas State
38 Tarleton
29 Texas Tech
620
45
37
49
38
61
45
43
43
48
49
48
19
53
42
53
33
64
37
807
1973-74 (10-10)
38 Ranger JV
56 Texas Wesleyan
42 McMurry
42 Midwestern
45 Tarleton
43 Tarleton
39 Weatherford
44 Texas Tech
41 Howard College
43 Ranger JV
49 Hardin-Simmons
41 Texas Wesleyan
36 Tarleton
48 Weatherford
41 Howard College
45 Texas Tech (ot)
48 Hardin-Simmons
32 Texas Tech
44 Howard College
34 Hardin-Simmons
855
49
38
4
35
56
48
43
45
44
35
45
29
37
42
38
49
35
37
40
38
783
1974-75 (13-15)
37 Western Texas
27 Ranger
48 McMurry
51 Hardin-Simmons
43 Western Texas
46 West Texas State
54 Howard College
55 Texas Tech
77 Eastfield
38
41 Weatherford
35 Texas Wesleyan
64 Tarleton State
57 McMurry
43 North Texas
68 Southern Methodist
40 Texas Woman’s
33 Weatherford
62 Howard College
43 Ranger
48 Tarleton State
82 Hardin-Simmons
36 McMurry
49 Hardin-Simmons
63 Texas Tech
74 Howard College
62 West Texas State
52 Texas A&I
37 S.F. Austin
1,427
63
40
68
48
48
36
41
59
45
64
76
51
38
40
36
51
70
50
75
1,452
1975-76 (14-9)
46 South Plains
56 McMurry
55 Angelo State
33 South Plains
76 Howard Payne
75 Tarleton State
63 Texas Tech
74 North Texas
54 Weatherford
65 McMurry
48 Western Texas 56 Texas Tech
70 Angelo State
44 Hardin-Simmons
68 Tarleton
78 Howard Payne
68 Hardin-Simmons
69 Angelo State
69 Texas Tech
79 McMurry
65 West Texas State
67 Texas-Austin
74 Texas-Arlington
1,452
62
59
44
58
46
70
45
65
65
50
74
57
62
35
65
50
65
61
77
65
73
31
84
1,363
1976-77 (8-17)
51 McMurry
58 Howard College
50 Wayland JV
53 Howard College
38 Texas Tech
64 Angelo State
55 South Plains
67 Hardin-Simmons
55 Texas Christian
42 Angelo State
60 McMurry
51 Texas Tech
83 Ranger
65
50 West Texas State
69
58 Weatherford
39
65 Hardin-Simmons
37 57 Tarleton State
66
67 Hardin-Simmons
48
57 Texas-Arlington
41
64 McMurry
46
101 West Texas State
42
50 South Plains
53
61
59
65
48
76
72
75
51
54
48
68
52
61
53
59
86
72
58
51
76
80
77 Hardin-Simmons
68 Hardin-Simmons
83 McMurry
1,524
79
73
73
1,603
1977-78 (20-14)
70 Western Texas
76 Texas Christian
78 Western Texas
67 Texas Tech
74 Howard Payne
69 Texas-Arlington
74 Texas Tech
95 Angelo State
88 Hardin-Simmons
59 Wayland Baptist
60 Texas-Arlington
76 Tarleton
90 Angelo State
80 Mary Hardin-Baylor
61 Weatherford
80 Ranger
82 Hardin-Simmons
76 Hardin-Simmons
86 Midwestern
71 Howard College
52 Howard Payne
99 McMurry
92 Texas Christian
87 Tarleton
69 Wayland Baptist
104 McMurry
64 Texas Tech
81 Hardin-Simmons
80 S.F. Austin
79 Texas Southern
70 Southern Arkansas
98 Okla. Sci-Arts
87 Southern Arkansas 76 Phillips
2,650
68
61
60
88
40
71
82
58
76
69
67
71
77
74
66
46
62
60
59
85
48
65
61
92
74
53
92
72
113
86
83
74
71
102
2,426
1978-79 (22-13)
72 West Texas State
74 Angelo State
85 Texas Tech
98 Cisco
69 Texas-Arlington
94 Howard Payne
100 Cisco
79 Texas Lutheran
81 Central Oklahoma
56 Texas Southern
80 Texas A&I
90 Tarleton
72 Texas Woman’s
96 McMurry
94 Hardin-Simmons
63 West Texas State
80 Tarleton
92 McMurry
86 Texas Woman’s
84 Wayland Baptist
77 Texas Wesleyan
79 Howard Payne
81 Angelo State
92 West Texas State
90 Hardin-Simmons
84 Angelo State
61 Howard Payne
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58
64
67
58
75
35
62
49
57
66
46
81
88
68
57
75
76
44
99
72
90
55
83
67
59
88
63
75 Texas A&I
72 McMurry (ot)
82 St. Mary’s
80 St. Mary’s
77 Angelo State
62 Texas Wesleyan
69 SE Louisiana
76 Arkansas State
,802
2
69
75
64
56
62
72
104
81
2,385
1979-80 (18-9)
85 McMurry
84 Lubbock Christian
44 Wayland Baptist
78 Mary Hardin-Baylor
69 Southern Methodist
85 Texas Christian
59 Angelo State
57 Rice
70 Texas-El Paso
83 Mary Hardin-Baylor
71 McMurry
78 Hardin-Simmons
77 Texas A&I
103 Tarleton 88 North Texas
77 Angelo State
73 Texas-Arlington
100 Lubbock Christian
92 Howard payne
95 Tarleton
61 Texas Tech
88 Hardin-Simmons
83 Texas Wesleyan
68 Howard Payne
87 Hardin-Simmons
92 Texas Wesleyan
77 Tarleton
2,124
62
45
77
43
67
75
61
59
93
63
54
81
46
69
81
79
80
39
59
88
76
81
78
52
77
74
81
1,840
Caroline Omamo
Year-By-Year Results
1980-81 (31-7)
Texas AIAW State Tournament
93 Tarleton State
45
82 Angelo State
78
91 Texas-Arlington
56
75 West Texas State
65
77 North Texas
81
108 Texas A&M
86
94 Southwestern
56
68 Oklahoma City
81
75 SE Oklahoma
73
89 Midwestern
88
96 Texas Lutheran
41
80 Midwestern
84
109 Texas Wesleyan
78
95 Southwestern 64
85 Angelo State
57
65 Henderson
64
66 Tyler
64
81 Sam Houston State
40
64 Texas-Arlington
66
98 Southern Methodist
59
79 Howard Payne
58
89 Texas Christian 73
71 Hawaii
75
80 Hawaii
60
73 Howard Payne
48
74 West Texas State
58
93 Midwestern
85
63 Texas A&M
61
83 Hardin-Simmons
66
88 Texas Christian
82
102 Midwestern
74
69 Tarleton
64
89 Tarleton
65
84 Arkansas State
57
67 Ark-Monticello
60
69 Louisiana College
73
92 Springfield
75
75 Lenoir-Rhyne
88
3,131
2,548
1981-82 (8-14)
89 Texas Christian
63 Angelo State
51 Sam Houston State
58 Texas Wesleyan
54 Texas Christian
56 Howard Payne
73 West Texas State
54 Midwestern State
53 Southern Methodist
62 Sam Houston State
78 Texas Lutheran
65 Midwestern State
57 West Texas State
80 Southwestern
52 West Texas State
79 Southwest Texas
69 Angelo State
56 Rice 85 Howard Payne
65 Texas Christian
65 East Texas State
62 Sam Houston State
1,426
59
57
63
77
58
59
74
73
83
65
70
59
58
70
66
70
74
67
43
71
58
75
1,449
1982-83 (21-8)
Lone Star Conference Champion
LSC Tournament Champion
64 Texas Tech
78
59 Angelo State
76
60 Howard Payne
75
91 Texas Woman’s
57
67 St. Mary’s
59
56 Howard Payne
61
69 Texas Christian
65
67 Sam Houston State
64
75 East Texas State
58
69 Southwest Texas
66
70 West Texas State
78
96 Texas Lutheran
72
48 Texas Tech
95
61 Southwestern
57
82 Southwest Texas
80
73 Texas A&I
56
71 Midwestern State
73
76 Howard Payne
64
78 Sam Houston State
60
71 Southwest Texas
56
72 Angelo State
68
61 Angelo State
52
79 Midwestern State
68
44 Sam Houston State
50
74 West Texas State
60
70 Southwestern
55
70 Texas Woman’s
37
LSC TOURNAMENT
80 Sam Houston St. (sf)
57
55 Texas A&I (f)
53
2,008
1,850
1983-84 (20-7)
Lone Star Conference
Co-Champion
91 Texas Lutheran
40
83 Southwestern
60
94 Western Colorado
48
58 U.S. Air Force
51
59 Southern Methodist
82
90 Midwestern State
83
64 Wayland Baptist
66
47 Central Oklahoma
59
58 Washburn
51
74 Eastern New Mexico
55
79 Texas-Arlington
75
84 Sam Houston State
65
58 Texas A&I
64
63 Southwest Texas
74
93 Angelo State
71
63 Howard Payne
61
85 East Texas State
63
75 Angelo State
58
72 East Texas State
62
70 Howard Payne
64
70 Sul Ross State
60
61 Sam Houston State
47
71 Texas-Arlington
55
66 Southwest Texas
68
72 Texas A&I
64
LSC TOURNAMENT
82 East Texas State (sf)
73
51 Sam Houston State (f)
57
1,933
1,676
1984-85 (21-10)
Lone Star Conference Champion
LSC Tournament Champion
75 Southwestern
67
64 Texas A&M
74
80 Midwestern State
67
70 Oklahoma
89
62 Wayland Baptist
63
58 Texas-Arlington
77
67 North Texas
66
73 Texas A&M
52
80 Mary Hardin-Baylor
56
68 Central Missouri
83
72 Oklahoma Christian
78
75 Point Loma
40
55 Temple
60
37 Mississippi
81
86 Hawaii Pacific
44
75 Texas Lutheran
68
72 Midwestern State
58
72 Howard Payne (ot)
68
56 Texas A&I
57
76 Mary Hardin-Baylor
65
84 East Texas State
53
67 Texas A&I
60
79 Howard Payne
57
68 Angelo State
66
77 Eastern New Mexico
63
65 Eastern New Mexico
62
66 Angelo State
64
87 East Texas State
55
LSC TOURNAMENT
70 Howard Payne (f)
50
NCAA TOURNAMENT
82 U.S. Air Force (qf)
61
57 Central Missouri (sf)
76
2,175
1,970
Melanie Carter
1985-86 (20-8)
Lone Star Conference Champion
LSC Tournament Champion
74 Pan American
63
47 Texas A&M
66
112 Mary Hardin-Baylor
98
93 East Texas State
63
76 New Mexico
74
89 Wayland Baptist
95
67 North Texas
70
65 Midwestern State
72
68 Emporia State
78
89 Friends
68
93 Missouri-Rolla
71
94 Missouri-St. Louis
77
96 Mary Hardin-Baylor
65
75 Oklahoma Christian
66
58 Midwestern State
62
62 Howard Payne
54
79 Texas A&I
66
79 East Texas State
61
97 Texas A&I
73
84 Pan American
58
76 Howard Payne
69
91 Angelo State
69
91 Eastern New Mexico
77
63 Eastern New Mexico
64
79 Angelo State
80
72 East Texas State
59
LSC TOURNAMENT
76 Eastern New Mexico (sf) 60
102 Angelo State (f)
56
2,247
1,934
1986-87 (18-11)
74 Northwest Missouri
90
92 Grand View
83
77 Nebraska-Omaha
93
86 U.S. Air Force 69
84 Southwestern 59
62 Midwestern State
61
79 Mary Hardin-Baylor
89
55 Wayland Baptist
87
55 Midwestern State
62
49 Pan American
50
60 Pan American
50
56 North Texas
73
84 Mary Hardin-Baylor
72
76 Southwestern
62
88 Texas A&I
47
68 Angelo State
64
79 Howard Payne
74
59 West Texas State (ot)
65
79 Eastern New Mexico
55
77 East Texas State
66
61 Eastern New Mexico
48
58 West Texas State
75
98 Howard Payne
68
91 Texas-Arlington
74
75 Angelo State (ot)
82
83 East Texas State
75
70 Texas A&I
67
LSC TOURNAMENT
75 Angelo State (sf)
61
60 West Texas State (f)
98
2,110
2,019
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Year-By-Year Results
1987-88 (27-6)
86 Alaska Pacific
54
67 Alaska-Anchorage
77
74 Alaska-Anchorage
80
83 Alaska-Fairbanks
77
85 Texas Woman’s
56
74 Emporia State
64
77 Midwestern State
64
118 Mary Hardin-Baylor
62
76 East Texas Baptist
66
78 Dallas Baptist
66
75 Midwestern State
74
89 Oklahoma Christian
85
93 Missouri-Rolla
74
100 Mary Hardin-Baylor
52
104 St. Mary’s
62
70 Angelo State
67
78 Eastern New Mexico
64
55 West Texas State
68
93 Texas Woman’s
58
82 Central Oklahoma
49
66 Cameron
63
72 East Texas State
57
74 Texas A&I
64
85 Central Oklahoma
75
75 Cameron
67
98 Texas A&I
75
92 East Texas State
77
61 West Texas State
84
74 Eastern New Mexico
58
70 Angelo State
65
LSC TOURNAMENT
68 Angelo State (sf)
65
53 West Texas State (f)
82
NCAA TOURNAMENT
58 Central Missouri (qf)
70
2,603
2,221
1988-89 (23-8)
88 Midwestern State
70 Cal Poly-Pomona
102 UC Riverside
71 Cal State Northridge
85 St. Edwards
80 Texas Lutheran
69 St. Edwards
92 Midwestern State
109 Alaska-Fairbanks
85 Cal State Northridge
75 Washburn
95 Eastern New Mexico
70 West Texas State
71 Texas Woman’s
76 Cameron
84 Central Oklahoma
77 Texas A&I
69 Angelo State
87 East Texas State
86 Texas A&I
102 Angelo State
73 Texas Woman’s
86 Cameron
80 Central Oklahoma
82 Eastern New Mexico
66 West Texas State
88 East Texas State
56
82
85
80
69
69
61
63
90
69
82
56
71
54
55
58
63
79
78
57
87
60
56
73
62
69
80
LSC TOURNAMENT
108 Texas A&I (qf)
87
92 Angelo State (sf)
79
68 West Texas State (f)
72
NCAA TOURNAMENT
73 Central Missouri (qf)
88
2,559
2,190
1989-90 (16-13)
64 St. Edwards
74
85 Huston-Tillotson
70
68 Oklahoma Christian
74
53 Tarleton State
59
86 Southwestern
57
60 St. Edwards
72
104 Huston-Tillotson
63
85 St. Mary’s
74
70 Tampa, Fla.
74
76 St. Leo
56
74 Eckerd
72
83 Angelo State
88
84 Cameron
68
79 Central Oklahoma
58
62 Texas A&I
76
71 East Texas
61
60 Texas Woman’s
58
90 Eastern New Mexico
68
57 West Texas
64
66 Eastern New Mexico
72
68 West Texas 92
49 Cameron
64
84 Central Oklahoma
78
72 Texas Woman’s
62
85 Texas A&I
75
79 East Texas
62
57 Angelo State
59
LSC TOURNAMENT
88 Central Oklahoma (sf) 69
49 West Texas (f)
85
2,108
2,004
1990-91 (9-17)
90 Southwestern
92
81 St. Cloud
50
102 Midwestern State
79
59 St. Edwards
71
66 Wayland Baptist
72
88 Southwestern
61
63 Wayland Baptist
73
83 University of Denver
78
73 Northern Colorado
80
75 Southern Colorado
82
56 Texas Woman’s
57
91 Texas A&I
82
75 East Texas State
76
79 Angelo State
84
65 Cameron
87
66 Central Oklahoma
58
54 Texas Woman’s
61
56 East Texas State
59
75 Texas A&I
76
71 Central Oklahoma
51
91 Cameron
65
65 Eastern New Mexico
87
68 West Texas State
82
86 Eastern New Mexico
71
56 West Texas State
92
62 Angelo State
74
1,896
1,900
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1991-92 (17-12)
Lone Star Conference Champion
86 St. Edwards
92
81 Texas Wesleyan
71
69 Missouri Western
48
56 Missouri-Rolla
54
78 Midwestern State
101
50 St. Edwards
72
53 Wayland Baptist
68
96 Mary Hardin-Baylor
55
70 Cal State Los Angeles
73
72 UC Riverside
83
71 Cal Poly-Pomona
75
81 Mary Hardin-Baylor
51
*81 Angelo State
78
96 Texas A&I
78
*71 East Texas State
66
*95 Cameron
82
*77 Central Oklahoma
71
78 Midwestern State
89
*80 Texas Woman’s
48
*74 Eastern New Mexico
66
*51 Texas Woman’s
52
*64 Eastern New Mexico
75
*81 East Texas State
66
66 Texas A&I
70
*87 Central Oklahoma
72
*100 Cameron
84
*79 Angelo State
72
LSC TOURNAMENT
78 East Texas State (qf)
72
85 Central Oklahoma (sf)
87
2,206
2,071
1992-93 (18-9)
LSC Tournament Champion
71 Southwest Baptist
69
49 Arkansas Tech
86
73 Adams State
68
69 Mississippi
60
56 Wayland Baptist
83
48 Pittsburg State
53
67 Southwest Baptist
62
90 Northeast Missouri
47
60 Fort Lewis
64
80 Adams State
76
87 Southern Colorado
69
*80 Texas A&I
62
*84 East Texas State
79
*81 Cameron
63
*91 Central Oklahoma
98
*66 Angelo State
71
*72 Texas Woman’s
70
*68 Eastern New Mexico
70
*64 Eastern New Mexico
88
*92 Texas Woman’s
75
*84 East Texas State
74
*74 Texas A&I
85
*102 Central Oklahoma (ot) 93
*82 Cameron
77
*75 Angelo State
59
LSC TOURNAMENT
85 Central Oklahoma (sf)
80
90 Eastern New Mexico (f) 79
2,040
1,960
Year-By-Year Results
1993-94 (21-9)
NCAA Regional Qualifier
67 Missouri-Rolla
74
64 Delta State
67
96 Southern Colorado
73
72 Neb-Kearney
67
72 Texas-El Paso
81
93 Schreiner
71
97 Incarnate Word
65
75 Idaho State
74
67 New Mexico State
73
100 North Florida
78
95 St. Leo
54
68 Florida Southern
71
53 Angelo State
75
75 A&M-Kingsville
80
81 East Texas State
68
96 Texas Woman’s
77
88 Central Oklahoma
46
101 West Texas A&M
76
90 Eastern New Mexico
72
90 West Texas A&M 87
92 Eastern New Mexico
80
91 East Texas State
74
84 A&M-Kingsville
57
80 Central Oklahoma
77
101 Texas Woman’s
76
102 Angelo State (ot)
99
LSC TOURNAMENT
99 East Texas State (qf)
66
92 Eastern N.M. (sf)
89
69 Angelo State (f)
79
NCAA TOURNAMENT
57 Washburn, Kan. (qf)
85
2,507
2,201
1994-95 (23-7)
NCAA Regional Qualifier
95 Missouri Southern
91
52 Pittsburg State
84
69 Cameron
47
76 Missouri Western
81
75 Missouri Southern
64
77 Lincoln, Mo.
57
116 Ambassador
46
96 Cameron
59
80 California-Riverside
67
61 CSU-Los Angeles
55
*77 Central Oklahoma
74
*89 Texas Woman’s
86
80 Tarleton State
73
*74 East Texas State
75
*74 A&M-Kingsville
62
*91 Angelo State
68
*82 Eastern New Mexico
66
*84 West Texas A&M
83
*81 West Texas A&M
82
*72 Eastern New Mexico
82
88 Tarleton State
57
*103 Central Oklahoma
54
*115 Texas Woman’s
73
*87 A&M-Kingsville
63
*89 East Texas State
77
*100 Angelo State
66
LSC TOURNAMENT
72 Eastern New Mexico (sf) 71
68 West Texas A&M (f)
74
NCAA TOURNAMENT
99 Pittsburg State (qf)
93
71 Missouri Western (sf)
79
2,493
2,109
1995-96 (31-2)
LSC Regular Season
Co-Champion
LSC Tournament Champion
NCAA Regional Champion
NCAA Elite Eight Semifinalist
NCAA Division II Third Place
110 Quincy, Ill.
91 Missouri Western
122 Howard Payne
68 St. Mary’s
88 Arkansas-Monticello
88 Pittsburg State
81 Portland State
*68 West Texas A&M
*77 Eastern New Mexico
80 Cal State-Sonoma
86 Midwestern State
*94 Central Oklahoma
*105 Tarleton State
*88 East Texas State
*96 Texas Woman’s
*74 A&M-Kingsville
*91 Angelo State
*109 Central Oklahoma
102 Midwestern State
*98 East Texas State
*96 Tarleton State
*99 A&M-Kingsville
*104 Texas Woman’s
*105 Angelo State
*74 Eastern New Mexico
*79 West Texas A&M
LSC TOURNAMENT
103 Eastern N.M. (sf)
82 West Texas A&M (f)
NCAA REGIONAL
81 Neb-Kearney (sf)
66 West Texas A&M (f)
NCAA NATIONAL
81 Northern Mich. (qf)
81 Shippensburg (sf)
83 Delta State (3rd)
2,950
65
84
42
53
77
87
62
57
53
31
72
54
44
67
46
65
45
60
51
75
53
61
50
52
53
83
78
60
1996-97 (24-6)
NCAA Regional Qualifier
66 Pittsburg State
52
84 Northeastern St.
65
70 Fort Hays State
64
90 Harris-Stowe State
19
80 Texas Lutheran
53
76 Ark-Monticello
54
*65 West Texas A&M
58
*78 Eastern New Mexico
55
58 Metro State
60
73 Colorado Christian
65
*84 Midwestern State
66
*71 Central Oklahoma
68
*97 Tarleton State
60
*97 A&M-Commerce
67
*75 Texas Woman’s
62
*64 A&M-Kingsville
57
*88 Angelo State
46
*79 Central Oklahoma
62
78 Midwestern State
57
*61 A&M-Commerce
62
*83 Tarleton State
82
*81 A&M-Kingsville
66
*65 Texas Woman’s
61
*89 Angelo State
51
*71 Eastern New Mexico
74
*64 West Texas A&M
70
LSC TOURNAMENT
79 Eastern New Mexico (sf) 54
56 West Texas A&M (f)
59
NCAA REGIONAL
92 Pittsburg State (qf)
78
71 Missouri Western (sf)
75
2,285
1,822
58
39
76
84
65
2,002
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1997-98 (26-5)
LSC Regular Season Champion
LSC Tournament Champion
NCAA Regional Finalist
110 Schreiner College
47
98 Harding
72
85 Ouachita Baptist
74
79 Washburn
92
70 Emporia State
91
93 Central Oklahoma
50
98 Northeastern St.
66
95 Texas Wesleyan
55
89 St. Edward’s
78
74 Missouri Western
85
*85 Angelo State
44
*95 A&M-Kingsville
85
*91 A&M-Commerce
56
*84 Eastern New Mexico
58
*85 West Texas A&M
64
*97 Tarleton State
67
*116 Texas Woman’s
72
*89 Midwestern State
60
*91 Angelo State
60
*70 Texas Woman’s
53
*76 Tarleton State
68
*77 Midwestern State
59
*97 A&M-Kingsville
62
*77 A&M-Commerce
62
*63 Eastern New Mexico
58
*67 West Texas A&M
84
LSC TOURNAMENT
83 Midwestern State (sf)
62
76 Harding (f)
54
NCAA REGIONAL
92 SW Baptist (qf)
82
86 Missouri Western (sf)
83
64 Emporia State (f)
95
2,652
2,098
1998-99 (24-7)
LSC Regular Season Champion
LSC Tournament Champion
NCAA Regional Qualifier
87 Southern Indiana
80 Bentley College
90 Grand Valley State
81 St. Edward’s
69 Missouri Western
92 Cameron
75 SW Oklahoma St.
72 East Central
96 Texas Wesleyan
67 SE Oklahoma St.
90 Wayland Baptist
*87 Angelo State
*67 Eastern New Mexico
*88 West Texas A&M
*89 A&M-Kingsville
*103 A&M-Commerce
*83 Tarleton State
*86 Texas Woman’s
*78 Midwestern State
*84 Angelo State
*84 Midwestern State
*82 Texas Woman’s
*87 Tarleton State
*74 West Texas A&M
*75 Eastern New Mexico
*80 A&M-Commerce
*75 A&M-Kingsville
76
90
86
79
75
71
68
68
68
73
79
59
70
75
70
78
60
83
88
70
71
66
65
80
65
54
61
72
88
70
61
79
57
LSC TOURNAMENT
Harding (qf)
East Central (sf)
West Texas A&M (f)
NCAA REGIONAL
79 Truman State (qf)
2,530
94
2,239
1999-2000 (14-13)
76 Texas Wesleyan
68 Harding
72 Ouachita Baptist
78 Central Oklahoma
56 Northeastern St.
68 Hardin-Simmons
64 Missouri Western
70 Panhandle State
50 Texas Wesleyan
*50 Midwestern State
*90 Angelo State
*76 Eastern New Mexico
*64 West Texas A&M
*78 A&M-Kingsville
*65 Texas Woman’s
*99 A&M-Commerce
*68 Tarleton State
*81 Angelo State
*56 West Texas A&M
*68 Eastern New Mexico
*65 A&M-Kingsville
76 St. Edward’s
*76 A&M-Commerce
*68 Texas Woman’s
*65 Midwestern State
*78 Tarleton State
LSC TOURNAMENT
71 SE Oklahoma St. (qf)
72
2,530
2,239
2000-01 (10-18)
63 St. Mary’s
71
70 Henderson State
59
70 Texas Wesleyan
74
75 Texas Wesleyan
65
64 Incarnate Word
76
72 St. Mary’s
76
61 St. Edward’s
57
68 Western Montana
71
55 Minnesota-Mankato
64
63 Midwestern State
54
57 SE Oklahoma St.
79
79 East Central
60
53 Cameron
75
65 SW Oklahoma St.
75
*59 Eastern New Mexico
71
*54 West Texas A&M
73
*56 A&M-Commerce
71
*43 A&M-Kingsville
78
*52 Angelo State
87
*78 Tarleton State
76
*83 Texas Woman’s
69
*77 Angelo State
70
*71 Texas Woman’s
57
*56 Tarleton State
81
*65 West Texas A&M
76
*53 Eastern New Mexico
59
*74 A&M-Kingsville
70
*73 A&M-Commerce
78
1,809
1,972
Jackie Bucher
42
60
72
73
75
49
70
77
68
66
73
78
66
71
84
56
69
65
65
65
74
68
89
69
49
61
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2001-02 (11-15)
67 Missouri Western
76
59 Nebraska-Kearney
63
59 Midwestern State
70
84 Loyola (La.)
64
82 St. Edward’s
70
85 Central Oklahoma
76
62 Northeastern St.
67
73 St. Edward’s
44
60 SE Oklahoma St.
71
56 East Central
54
58 Cameron
67
52 SW Oklahoma St.
65
*72 Angelo State
81
*79 A&M-Commerce
68
*62 A&M-Kingsville
76
*73 Eastern New Mexico
70
*81 West Texas A&M
77
*70 Tarleton State
75
*75 Texas Woman’s
86
*71 Angelo State
76
*55 Texas Woman’s
71
*79 Tarleton State
78
*73 A&M-Kingsville
71
*57 A&M-Commerce
70
*54 West Texas A&M
56
*84 Eastern New Mexico
47
1,782
1,789
2002-03 (16-13)
ACU was 11-12 when head coach
Wayne Williams resigned
in February 2003
81 St. Leo, Fla.
58
64 North Dakota St. (OT)
77
52 SW State-Minnesota
81
69 Incarnate Word
47
59 Missouri Western
77
62 St. Mary’s
75
105 Panhandle State
55
65 Central Oklahoma
68
59 Northeastern State
68
86 Lubbock Christian
52
71 SE Oklahoma St.
62
76 East Central
53
71 Cameron
62
68 SW Oklahoma St. 65
*63 Angelo State
78
*83 Tarleton State
56
*73 Eastern New Mexico
56
*55 West Texas A&M
57
71 *Midwestern State
76
*69 Texas Woman’s
70
*76 A&M-Commerce
53
*58 A&M-Kingsville
67
*46 Angelo State
65
ACU finished the season 5-1 under interim head coach Shawna
Lavender
*73 A&M-Kingsville
70
*87 A&M-Commerce
61
*79 West Texas A&M
71
*78 Eastern New Mexico
57
*81 Texas Woman’s
83
*86 Midwestern State
73
2,066
1,897
Year-By-Year Results
2003-04 (19-10)
74 Cal Poly-Pomona
86
61 UC-San Bernardino
60
64 Missouri Southern
67
61 Pittsburg State
65
69 SE Oklahoma St.
67
66 East Central
77
64 St. Mary’s
57
57 Tarleton State
53
64 Cameron
71
79 SW Oklahoma St.
63
69 Tarleton State
66
*63 Angelo State
71
80 Central Oklahoma
61
67 Northeastern State
61
87 Midwestern State
73
*77 Texas Woman’s
50
*61 Eastern New Mexico
60
*64 West Texas A&M
68
*104 A&M-Commerce
88
*68 A&M-Kingsville
45
*55 Angelo State
53
*74 A&M-Commerce
65
*87 A&M-Kingsville
65
*58 Texas Woman’s
42
*75 Midwestern State
78
*66 West Texas A&M
69
*75 Eastern New Mexico
42
LSC TOURNAMENT
99 East Central (qf)
67
65 Northeastern St. (sf)
66
2,053
1,856
2004-05 (20-10)
NCAA Regional Qualifier
99 Texas-Permian Basin
70
64 Incarnate Word
79
67 St. Edward’s
59
79 Lincoln
58
71 Drury
84
68 Tarleton State
58
81 Central Oklahoma
84
85 Northeastern St.
84
86 St. Edward’s
64
93 SE Oklahoma St. 60
79 East Central
52
57 Cameron
50
67 SW Oklahoma St.
79
*83 Angelo State
69
*71 Texas Woman’s
61
*76 A&M-Kingsville
66
*73 A&M-Commerce
64
*76 Midwestern State
84
*76 Eastern New Mexico
73
*55 West Texas A&M
80
*72 Eastern New Mexico
53
*60 West Texas A&M
85
*75 Angelo State
66
*78 Texas Woman’s
67
*78 A&M-Kingsville
79
*79 A&M-Commerce
70
*86 Midwestern State
79
LSC TOURNAMENT
81 Tarleton State (qf)
68
61 Angelo State (sf)
74
NCAA REGIONAL
75 Drury (qf)
112
2,251
2,131
2005-06 (12-15)
73 Incarnate Word
51
54 St. Edward’s
66
78 NW Missouri (OT)
79
66 Incarnate Word
44
66 A&M-Commerce
70
66 Central Oklahoma
64
64 Northeastern St.
57
*68 Angelo State
83
74 St. Martin’s
87
55 MSU-Billings
65
82 East Central
78
79 SE Oklahoma St.
83
*55 Angelo State
74
77 SW Oklahoma St.
62
69 Cameron
73
*61 West Texas A&M (OT)
66
83 Eastern New Mexico
63
*71 A&M-Kingsville
67
*84 Texas Woman’s (OT)
79
*64 Tarleton State
70
*72 Midwestern State (OT) 77
*59 Tarleton State
83
*62 Midwestern State
52
*67 West Texas A&M
82
*85 Eastern New Mexico
76
*87 A&M-Kingsville
64
*60 Texas Woman’s
72
1,875
1,893
Audrey Maxwell
2006-07 (17-12)
80 Incarnate Word
63 St. Edward’s
90 Texas Lutheran
85 Texas-Permian Basin
74 St. Mary’s
83 A&M-Commerce
*76 Angelo State
55 Northeastern State
91 Central Okla. (OT)
67 Incarnate Word
61 MSU-Billings
54 Missouri Western
67 East Central
69 SE Oklahoma St.
*72 Eastern New Mexico
*49 Angelo State
48 SW Oklahoma St.
*50 West Texas A&M
*73 Texas Woman’s
*54 A&M-Kingsville
*73 Midwestern State
*66 Tarleton State
*50 Midwestern State
*73 Tarleton State
*83 Eastern New Mexico
*64 West Texas A&M
*66 Texas Woman’s
*81 A&M-Kingsville
62
52
40
62
60
77
64
72
100
55
86
68
56
64
67
63
61
62
67
77
56
75
66
68
73
80
63
70
LSC TOURNAMENT
57 Central Oklahoma (QF) 76
1,974
1,942
2007-08 (18-11)
51 Incarnate Word
85 St. Edward’s (ot)
64 St. Mary’s
71 Incarnate Word
56 Northeastern State
69 Central Oklahoma
61 East Central
79 SE Oklahoma St.
100 Texas-Permian Basin
73 SW Oklahoma St.
73 Cameron 90 A&M-International
80 A&M-Commerce (OT)
*63 Texas Woman’s
*72 Angelo State
*91 Eastern New Mexico
*63 Midwestern State
*75 Tarleton State
*67 A&M-Kingsville
*71 West Texas A&M (OT)
*64 Texas Woman’s
*80 Eastern New Mexico
*77 Angelo State
*66 Tarleton State
*73 Midwestern State
*58 West Texas A&M
*92 A&M-Kingsville
59
88
66
67
46
78
62
92
75
60
58
66
86
61
74
61
85
58
63
66
62
60
67
63
64
60
74
LSC TOURNAMENT
88 A&M-Commerce (qf)
82
50 Central Oklahoma (sf)
67
2,102
1,970
2008-09 (18-11)
NCAA Regional qualifier
80 Southern Indiana
53
51 St. Edward’s
66
60 St. Edward’s
70
50 Texas Permian Basin
43
58 SE Oklahoma St.
68
57 East Central
54
68 Incarnate Word
53
76 Cameron
65
69 SW Oklahoma St.
66
57 Incarnate Word
75
104 A&M-Commerce
95
147 Texas Woman’s (4OT) 143
67 Central Oklahoma
68
62 Northeastern St.
83
*73 Eastern New Mexico
65
*65 West Texas A&M
91
*71 A&M-Kingsville
62
*69 Angelo State
49
*77 Tarleton State 71
*73 Midwestern State
57
83 Texas Permian Basin
43
*78 A&M-Kingsville
70
*59 Angelo State (OT)
64
*59 Tarleton State
73
*61 Midwestern State
46
*85 Eastern New Mexico
70
*64 West Texas A&M
55
LSC TOURNAMENT
74 A&M-Commerce 76
NCAA REGIONAL
53 West Texas A&M 78
2,050
1,972
2009-10 (17-11)
66 St. Mary’s
72 St. Edward’s
63 Incarnate Word
93 Texas-Permian Basin
44 Incarnate Word
77 Cameron 84 SW Oklahoma St.
56 A&M-Commerce
70 Texas Woman’s
81 Central Oklahoma
59 Notheastern State
54 Regis
72 Colorado State-Pueblo
91 SE Oklahoma St.
72 East Central
*71 Eastern New Mexico
*69 West Texas A&M
*52 Angelo State
*64 Tarleton State
*73 Midwestern State
*59 A&M-Kingsville
*68 A&M-Kingsville
*77 Angelo State *64 Tarleton State *61 Midwestern State
*75 Eastern New Mexico
*78 West Texas A&M
LSC TOURNAMENT
105 Central Okla. (3OT)
1,970
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69
62
93
83
60
66
68
51
64
80
66
60
60
87
65
55
67
57
70
66
55
81
64
66
64
59
72
111
1,890
43
Year-By-Year Results
2010-11 (11-16)
77 Hillsdale 59 St. Edward’s
91 Texas-Permian Basin
49 St. Mary’s
67 Texas Woman’s
88 A&M-Commerce
44 Northeastern State
87 Central Oklahoma
92 East Central
92 SE Oklahoma St. (OT)
51 SW Oklahoma St.
61 Cameron
*65 Tarleton State
*80 Midwestern State
*64 West Texas A&M
*84 A&M-Kingsville (OT)
*74 Incarnate Word
*89 Eastern New Mexico
*63 Angelo State
*62 Angelo State
*67 West Texas A&M
*82 A&M-Kingsville
*69 Incarnate Word
*67 Eastern New Mexico
*48 Tarleton State
*78 Midwestern State
LSC TOURNAMENT
59 Northeastern State
1,898
66
64
105
50
80
85
60
71
64
93
69
75
75
77
78
82
58
76
67
68
66
64
54
64
65
90
2011-12 (12-14)
96 A&M-International
87
67 Texas-Permian Basin
77
64 St. Mary’s
58
*68 Texas Woman’s
74
78 St. Edward’s
66
*55 Cameron
59
*61 West Texas A&M
80
*92 Eastern New Mexico
85
*57 Midwestern State
64
70 Shaw
66
64 SW Oklahoma St.
57
*58 Incarnate Word
68
*72 A&M-Kingsville
78
*77 A&M-Commerce
65
*74 Tarleton State
90
*74 Angelo State
82
*64 Angelo State
75
*69 Texas Woman’s
57
*82 Midwestern State
90
*54 Cameron
58
*59 West Texas A&M
89
*74 Eastern New Mexico
61
*76 Incarnate Word
59
*79 A&M-Kingsville
64
*93 A&M-Commerce
55
*71 Tarleton State
85
1,848
1,890
65
992
2012-13 (21-7)
NCAA Regional Qualifier
94 A&M-International
71 Texas-Permian Basin
*81 West Texas A&M
*74 Eastern New Mexico
*81 A&M-Commerce
*60 Tarleton State
70 Arkansas-Fort Smith
74 Emporia State
67 St. Edward’s
*62 Midwestern State
*90 Cameron
*75 Texas Woman’s
108 Southwest Adventist
*76 Incarnate Word
*76 A&M-Kingsville
*53 Angelo State
*74 Angelo State
*69 West Texas A&M
*73 Eastern New Mexico
*75 A&M-Commerce
*86 Tarleton State
*85 Midwestern State
*72 Cameron
*67 Texas Woman’s
*53 Incarnate Word
*92 A&M-Kingsville
66
74
76
56
60
78
66
67
58
76
43
50
21
65
61
39
65
60
81
61
70
72
53
50
68
53
LSC TOURNAMENT
79 A&M-Commerce (qf)
80
NCAA REGIONAL
68 UT-Permian Basin (qf)
70
2,095
1,739
Kelsey Smith
44
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2013-14 (18-12)
111 Texas Lutheran
79 Wayland Baptist
87 Angelo State
105 Northwood
50 North Texas
57 Grand Canyon
79 UT-Arlington
92 A&M-Commerce
61 Tulsa
93 Texas Wesleyan
55 TCU
63 Florida Atlantic
76 Jacksonville
58 Texas Tech
58 UT-San Antonio
*88 New Orleans
*70 Oral Roberts
*54 Central Arkansas
*83 Lamar
*73 Sam Houston State
*59 Stephen F. Austin
*72 Northwestern State
*82 Houston Baptist
*71 A&M-Corpus Christi
*73 Incarnate Word
108 Arlington Baptist
*78 Nicholls
*64 McNeese State
*96 Southeastern La.
*90 Incarnate Word
2014-15 (10-8)
91 Wayland Baptist
102 Howard Payne
57 UT-San Antonio
79 Eastern Washington
88 George Mason
80 UM-Kansas City
44 Texas Tech
100 Southwestern Christian
80 Air Force
53 Kansas State
60 * Central Arkansas
56 * Northwestern State
39 * Nicholls
75 * McNeese
69 * Stephen F. Austin (OT)
58 * Sam Houston St.
78 * Incarnate Word
70 Angelo State
* Houston Baptist
* Lamar
* Lamar
* Southeastern La.
* Sam Houston St.
* A&M-Corpus Christi
* Southeastern La.
* Houston Baptist
* New Orleans
* Incarnate Word
* A&M-Corpus Christi
73
59
41
44
64
70
72
64
81
69
82
67
72
57
63
44
56
67
85
67
80
76
70
74
67
56
62
71
82
79
64
60
70
72
86
55
61
52
44
68
66
61
63
59
71
63
54
55